The Panama American


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


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


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

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University of Florida
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POUNwa *e NEl.N WOUNTrVR.LL e 10s1
57 N *gIFrr P 0 Son0 l4 PANhMA 4 OP P.
COLON OFFICE It 170 Ci'.TE*A Av[Nul ECIWEEN '2Tm aNO 13rN STiErre
i48 MAniabN AVE NEW YRK. 117, N Y

Walter Winchell

In New York
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.IDear Mr. W: Mr. Truman's book, "Mr. President,"' is assured
*.at least 55 million readers (all over the World) when Reader's
j at runs the condesation a fortnight after publication. It will
AA reprinted in 27 Digest editions via 15 languages. The letter to
= 4ell-known columnist" In it went to Arthur Krock of the N.
lmes... .1 hear Mr. Truman mails his own torrid missives
6 days, Instead of depending on any of the White House staff
*.1.S'A. Confidential" by Lait & Mortimer appears to be as-
Sof a heavy sale, too. So many of its targets landing on
r local front pages with threats of reprisal and lawsuits, etc.
0Jlle Houston (Texas) papers gave oilman Glenn McCarthy's
i at Ito the authors) war banner headlines. This is what is
ced money in the bank.. .Judge Medina, who sentenced the 11
f Reds, is now guarded by two detectives after threats.
Judy Garland's divorce is due on the 22nd. She is nursing
fiance S. Luft at Palm Beach. Flu.. .Joan Bennett's daughter is i
in her first serious romance. He is Dick Van Patten, the teevy
thespian... Frank Paris, the puppeteer, has retained Wm. Fitel-
son the Broadway barrister, to handle his $2 million suit against
NB6 and Howdy-Doody. Says he helped originate it.:. Eisen-
hower's victory in New Hampshire reminds me that the trend
was indicated in the postcard poll you ran in 1948. When he led
with over 110,000 cards the first 3 days!
George Frazier in the April Esquire reports that producer
Leland Hayward's income is $40,000 weekly. $25,000 of that from
his plays and the rest from substantial holdings in various cor-
porations...Over at the Knickerbocker Hospital a room in the
alcoholic ward is called "Duffy's Tavern."
The Johnston censor office made United Artistas raise the v
necklines on all of Linda Darnell's sarong photos for lobby and
newspaper display.. .Elaine Stritch, who is so good in "Joey," told
the Armando's crowd that attorney Herbert Moss is strictly a B
pal. But their chums give that the old tee-hee.. .1 hear the real b
reason A. J. Balaban gave up the reins of the Roxy is that he n
wouldn't use, a whip. A very kindly man... The Warner Theater W
(Strand) resumes stage shows on April 7th, specializing in bal-
lets. Straight movie fare being a costly experiment... Melody v
Thompson must have a press agent with'all those romance fillers. It
Charles Addams, the cartoonist, however, has the situation in
Latest to-do over at the Met is between Rudolph Bing and h
prima donna Ljuba Welitsch. Backstagers hear she probably as
won't return next season...Barbara Alexander Brady, grandghtr so
of the late Wm. A. Brady, was married this week at Fort Smith,
SArkansas. He is Col. D. Russell Boatright.. .Agnes DeMille is u
rounding up a troupe of girls. For a full evening's excerpts from th
her various Broadway hits. The troupe will tour Europe and re-
turn here for some dates..Helen Hayes is happier these days, o0
not nly because "Mrs. McThing" is such a success but because
husband Charles MacArthur has completely recovered from his g9
long illness.. .The Bill Dolls expect one. Mrs. D. is actress Karen n
Marsh. th
One of the season's best sellers was "The Sea Around Us,"
uson-fiction. Auth'd by Rachel L. Carson. First ran in The New
Yorker and still a click. Her earlier tome, "Under the Sea-Wind,"
W'*. % re-publlihed next month. When It was unveiled it got
nowbere-coming out w*en Pearl Harbor was attacked...Ran into
Suion Hayward and groon Jess Barker last night. All they talk-
ed about was Eisenhower. His most rabid rooters.. .Thyra Samter
Winslow called. She's been writing since she was 14 and. newer
had a phone call about her novels or stories. Since her "Think
Yourself Thin" came out, it is murder!.. .Lawyers say the acquit-
tal of Rocco Fischetti (on contempt charges) pulls the fur hat of
oblivion over the Kefauver Comm. ears.
There has been scads of mis-info printed about the split be-
tWeen the Andrews Sisters and Lou Levy, their guide for 15 years.
You are assured there was no blow-up. It is being done with
dignity. Until the papers are signed he owns 25% of all their
mutual enterprises.. .Leigh Allen (she's understudy to Anne Jef- 00
freys in "Jamie") becomes a bride this Spring. His name is Mark
.. rown...They aren't complaining Pbout business over at the Blue aOR
Angel, the Embers or La Vie En Rose. But it's oof'ly depressing ret
In. nearly all the other spots...Steve Hannag n sums it up best, of
'I think. "It's the high prices, not high taxes!"
It vou'd like to heln some needy artists from Israel, they O0
have 49 paintings on exhibit over at Altmian's. Haven't had much tfr
pubH-ity and need the money b'dly...Judy Garland's luck is lin
"tgll good. If '.e'll agree to her life story (in book form), they the
'iIse har $60,000... Claudette Colbert is lorking for someone m.
a ike, mark-t for a home in Hollywood. Ovlv $225,000...It's a girl thi
ltlhe D. M1Wvesses of ColPer's...Wh-n Horace TD'vige hs brv. lct
*E1fte Sbhrwnod's "baby-sitter" )I RB'k Roman of "Vita ZupPta." dir
.. mister!.. .1 assume yon read that Wvshlngton Pnnounced Dr.
T'I.P. Sehrleber (the NrzI you mentioned Sunday night) would 460
.kicked back to Germany.
S'Ullfton Fadiman. who collapsed the other night at the Lomn- m
roy, is okay.. .Another feud. at the Mc t Is t"he one between two mp
^ as. One. who was rapped mercilessly by the critics, accused pa;
l other of "paving" them to do so. MarIo Delmonico (the one nd
-Stsed) apparently doesn't know you can't do that over here--
te way critics in Europe oan be bought...Jack Barry's swell In
Seevy show. "Juvenile Jury." stons Sunday. not because of any
tru nle. They are taking their 13 week vacation now so they can rP
replace the Berle program again in the Summer.. They are still VI
UIlabshing at CBA over Sam Levenson's risgay oops last Sunday hit
e. The Poor Man. yIw
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.."The Belle of New York" collaborators include Irving Ellnson. far
LS' Ellnson to our readers for over 20 years. Your showcase end 'na
lt1mwtt landed him in the tall brackets. About time. too...Olivia fnb
)i'Havllland and the Boston critics are clashing. They taunted "pr
*B.ror skipping the Hub with "Claudia." They didn't appreciate
ti.n "Romeo and Juliet" last year, so she gave them her lorg- A
glare.. .All newspapers have been requested not to give the
sn ne and address of informers any more. now that Arnold Schus-
h t wfr dead for fingering Willie Sutton. A good thing. But no-
could have stopped Schuster's name from getting into it. J
i friends were the ones who phoned it in to a city desk: they r
ut he was not getting due credit. When I first, *aw hm on
SI thought: "Oh, your life will be crowded with cracknott
From now on!".. Incidentally, whatever became of the re- d
for the surrender of Maeri?
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By Victor Riesel
NEW YORK There was no-
thing to do but get himself a
gun, pack the wife and kid off
to a Florida hideout, cut off
his old telephone number and
get ready for battle on the
streets of the world's biggest
That's what he did to protect
himself not from the mobs
but from what In effect is
a $10,000,000 pro-Soviet propa-
ganda operation which is le-
gally protected by our national
laws because it operates as a
trade union.
Now this respectable young
businessman, owner and direct-
or of a chain of retail stores,
is prepared.
He had no alternative, al-
though the city's police com-
missioner and the U. S. Sen-
ate's most skilled Investigators
are now probing this union -
District 68, heart of a sprawling,
national outfit called the Dis-
tribute, Processing And Office
Workers Union.;
For hours each night his
phone rang. Raspng voices' "
threatened him and his fa-
mily for this was contract
time. He was told, when ne-
gotiations were deadlocked
to go out of business if he
couldn't afford the ncreas-.
ed labor costs, or to close .
his stores and go into
wholesale trading.
That's not the first time this
inion has told businessmen
how to run their shops.
Some employers, faced with
having their businesses, have
een told they couldn't elimi-
Late certain departments which *M
were operating at a loss.
Others were told what ad-
ertising they could display in
heir windows.

ordered by a union chief to L
ake Aome price signs out of
Is show window. "Why?" he By BDO
asked. "We don't need a rea-
n. We'll tell you when to put-
p tho se lgns," he was told. NEW YORK.-Mr. T'yruls aymond Cobb has
Obviously either the signs or Just leaped Intoprint with some memoirs shaped
he workers were to be pulled to enrage the current crop of baseball athletes
ut. The signs went. and their aficionados, and the old gentleman just
What's the matter with the Might be right about three-quarters Of the time.
ood American Joes who are The Georgia Peach's tirade in Life suggests
members of this union? Don't rather strongly that today's crop of major lea-
hey know that all this kills guers are a flock p bumn, for the most part;
>bs? that the hallowed gate has lost its quaint -urity,
Doesn't the rank and file and that things just generally Aet what theby
know that the union's tax used to be when he was a boy.
on payrolls is ktheillin off e Especially in the lt category is the old dia.
pansion? Jit look at ts T mond devi gsorr t. d
ax. a? fu c oftherel ath t h a these partscon-
Sands Ofr of the f. >u siderably shacln e pivd fbe' It* f rottl ofior
sandi of employers r idin a1m and W 3 a tou sh*t i that
uniontwraotbeneys into spedalbjS eoat ve &Wlgd Mtyite. i
union wants to ump this The horse carrle and the aerolane may
anto 10% and plans are for have worked greater ages on the world than
an eventual boost to 13/2 we yet subpect. including the ability of short
per cent. In hundreds of stops to go to their left.
these shops, the increased Sometimes I wonder what ever happened to
percentages are the Margins the art of accurate tobacco-spitting, a craft in
of profit in this depressed whih min ot grown iien and quite a few small
retail sales season. boys were exceedingly proficient some years ago,
What happens to the $5,507,- but which no longer seems to be requSte to te
o surplus in these funds? social graces.-It Is possible that It went the way
A careful check reveals that of the emwry ball, the shine ball, the rock-hard
of 19 persons were receiving diamond and the 10-day blue shirt as a badge
trement benefit payments as of the b all player
March 11. In Mr. Cobb's day, or so Pappy Clark Griffith
used to tell me. ballplayers wore thuggish aps
In August, September and and were' often not allowed Ip the better hotel
tober 1951, there were s nd They came largely from the plowed ground f
cts. receiving benefits total- tiny towns, and were regarded socially as some-
Sn2,331. 75. Aetat l where between poolroom habitues and psde
ese penaions Administraing fighters. They gave all their, time to baseball be-
ch 202e83) ncosthnearly as Cause *hrM wasn't much else for them to do or
mel ($2,092.83) Bts the benefits may Bter places they were welcomthe.
emtedlve. But B the union col" Th7ey beme proficient In all the sneaky Ar-
ted #93,844.97 for this fund titie" of pitching subterfuge and hoodluamind
trin these 90 days. corsgf e i the diamond, because they wWte
This left a surplus of $388,- rough ven from a rough backgroubfd, making
0.39 for the period., sim 1P-'W I a mean. dag-bitten soort that Was
played WheA like a war than a game.
Add to this the accumulated l. a" -- tha a .1'"
mies taxed off employers'
yrolls in previous quarter
d you find this catch-Bl1 pro-
mmie union has $2,379,154.1 Lesson Of Ne
this one kitty alone.
Point Is that the fund must By
Ow and grow a.d grow since
' few retail clerks stay be- __
ud counters until th*.re 55
trs old. No one objects to a WASINGTON..-It sometimes seems thkt We
On union trea~wv, or wol- Ameltesa vOter, that testy and unpedistale
e frs. ",-' w-', -. .--... ,. fellow. tak ies a sly pleasure these days ta con-
Lustry which provides the founding the professional politicians, the self-
a Ofnt 1i i ... m.' of appolited experts, and everybody else. Fr' what
*o"re--ve" unionif.m? stands out about the New Hampshire primary is
I a.k the untion chief, tht everybody was wrong-as usual. .
Irthur man who h '.s The silpoorters of General of the Armyv D )right I
whirln aroundd the D. UiMnhowar were wrong. They were wrong as
winr-frhir roi n t far back as Feb. 15.
n''OU.fd try /fig to get On that date. the Eisenhower leaders, talrnd- I
ok( L('i) A i'L even Ing oo. \Thomas Dewey, and Sefntors Cabot 1
oirn L",."' i. ove i Lodge, Frank .prlson, and James Duff Bpthse5 ]
o'rs.rve unionist to n a *sw 'o rk hntel to discuss the lslWitawtO
ren ,noman and chli- mop~cts. And they were so convlfe'd 1it
trs, Is it wroressfe Eisenhower could not win unaes he wde ?.m att l
'n i(m to saeid a souad t to camnalgn that they made a cilHo-
" P, f"o .'"buirbs "ad bar- tlvs tehone call to Parls to tell htm so. (
P"'' the,' fi t "t a store Whe Eisenhnwer stuck to hl initial nuit1kin, t
eca"tp a G01 vtern re- a blnk mood fell on the Eisenhower came. In
s*'. to sign a membership Wew semoshire. Sen. Lodae was at nsans to W i
ard? btt the preferential primary would not wa 1
Pask this man. ev his as.- vwry much. All the other Eisenhower lead6Wir-
*nt. DPavI Livinatonn who vately took a dim view of the General's A ie~.
rterI tr- riotous "'rin, The A day or so before the primary, there was tm
s Pomn." from the Orient) talk in the Eisenhower cemn of sending a a*. o
nnilen back in 1945, when h polite ulttmatiim to the General. 1t he -t uadv. t
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They saved every cent th6y made, paid no
taxes, and were able to retire on the earnings of
a few years.
The retirement incentive itself Is absent today,
due to taxes, and the off-season labors which
Mr. Cobb so abhors are necessary if the athlete
Intends to eat after he can't run out a hit any
The badge of proficiency then was the Iron-
man pitching stunt, and tight, strategic ball
played as dirty as they could get away with.
The way the oldsters tell me it was pretty grim.
with few elements of sportsmanship evident to
counterbalance the bean ball and the up-nung
,p&ed foot. A man had to stay in fighting cohn
dltf0l to)vlve. .
%t is a Itle ridiculous for any old man to be-
come so caught up in old, embellished memories
of his youth that he can righteously condemn a
youngster in a different sport-as a poor prac-
tioner, yet Cobb lavishly condemns Joe DiMag-
glo anrd Ted Williams.
He does it without considering that they Were
not paid fabulous salaries to bunt, or to endanger
their livelihood by on-field rowdyism that could
pay off in Serious injury. DlMag got his 100 0't
and Williams got his chunk for belting that
ball as far and as often as possible.
Cobb's right about baseball having gone off as
a precision sport, for it has long been a battle
of the home run, with pitchers as pawns rath-
er than principals.
Butf you still get the superb 1-0 extra-Inning
throwing performances of his youth, and you
still see an occasional base-clearing effort that
will erase many a memory of a judicious bunt.
When Mr. Cobb entitles bs piece, "They Don't
Play Baseball Any More." he Is right when he
refers to-the game of his heyday. They don't
box bare-knuckle any more. either, and you see
so few horses used ss common carriers.
I also believe the bow-end-arrew is thought to
be phasee as a method Of wttrfre, but we still
have wars. and they have become hn less popular
with the masses.

w Hampshire

Stewart Also

As for the Democratic primary, body was
more wrong (except possibly oe3 of tee re.
sorters) than Sen. I W Kefauver himself. Here
It may be worth desetibing an lnterview with Ke-
fauver which took place a few d ys before his
re"nundrln victory over President Truman.
The talk took ploce in the usual d6ary hotel
bedroom, after .a Kefauver rally in the usual
d2lnv hotel "ballroom."
The rally was sparsely attended, consisting
Lroely of non-voting teen-agers wearing eard-
boPrd coorskin caps. Kefauver. obviously tired,
bed spoken haltingly, and with about as much
ftre si a turtle.
Later, talking to one of these reporters'. h
seamed near the md tf hals tether. .
No. he said adily. he knew he didn't have a
change. with both lahor and the whole Damocra.
tic regular orwanistionv Workf sgaitnst him. No
mibht iust takp a single delonate, but no more.
As for th- reference ortmarv, he would be d'-
ighted If he scored, say. 40 per eOnt of the total.
Pnor-motithlng to re"wrters to a familiar s ef.
i el terhninle. but Kefasiver Pertidnv eswated
mntt. honestly convinced that he had as real
It is still remarkable difficult to take Use. .e-
orvmer really seroly lvas a PsuuidgtJ ea3 wdAi-
st.a. rine* he has little mnapert In the fAMth andr
he has Plienated most of the Xorth.m tgmeera-
le orntran-ation men.
As for the effect of Keftuver's trtuml on
President 'Trumsn. the u oue hM that Vi.f mtaht
iutse in the President his famous ok MIS-.
Murl stubborness must be t=0m S a tM
e fact that Tnrmmi. if hn rm at wants to
ibosist Taft. not b1- I.
YP i .t*& w tuth t pr ot. gi m aw
Oft D#tabliuhcM ehlneo 'W Is h oHm .

to rush Plaht-man strong withdirw and ret hi. followed off the tbk f
S8"l'adt into stores to w-o NBut Taft and his ssuortern were eqpmON
rl'm from delln nt ... wrong If Taft had maint i-ind hi onrWilnl 10v-
is ptht ot querpray- tion-thpt he entered the New HampBiese t
.k And file .t'serror ~ mary pnly es a sort of qallfnt meatur or
trican i d.'As tro vr hopeless adds-he might have emerged lM
erie ind ry? .n..the ... -
_ If the. tactic s st tt when he in effect predicted the 6wp iut 5
Sthese tactic seed in fear debates which the fail.-hb rls- i
Ynrk.. littlbubilUteg in Bwer, men were read to ee4e MIts ) r
hundred fts had Btter tht he eonildered the M~ we-.
eh out. TheM boys hoave a- hleat ree h- on ed h rnblft
al ambitious. Ipdtieal wound which b6 5 Ot Aift f
ha'"s whv Pyhl MuSu S aid -of
week, "As m o as -
.t of CTO, I log
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quarters the oth
imee new price orm
get 4 price inerese under the a'JH
S et of the oteel executive Bdb t
$#M t e seout a window

that tie American steel indu try t
gest strikes the nation has seen in
Here are the actors ch make t
certain 0 s
1. the 061- lion n
Increase bor teI Wrkers of
an hour. This Increaa is b d on accepted
and the fact that the woer such a
enjoyed ew ato ,boosts he e(
down with $ Lng-. co.tct. : :.
2 The ,Io taUlieth W0 OppWN AWy W
Boost To C pen te For Wage .
OPS wl rMit ie increase uner I e
ment which prbly av outat atou
However, th t Amendm t covers et ot
increases only bet the start of the Korean W-i
Itedoes not include cost ot production Inereasep Uikebt
July. Therefore, athe reomnenled w boost Ia not CO
the Capehart Amendment,
m t was wbY stel ecutives ldbked Bo b6ted wha f t)
met with OPS office la last week.
They were not particularly interested in th OaphlAm
ment Increase which is decreed Tyw law ahd mhtthe~
they were going to get. What they were iAt e te a
price increase to take care of the cted age hike. l s
thy knew they were not going to get.
LWat they wanted was not $2.6 a ton Ierease, but tomt
$6 to (10 a ton price increase.
And they knew they were not going toget th bect
he matter has been discussed backward and O."*dl.slde 6S
True mt innanti d such friends ofsi
fense Mobier Charles Wlon and
Roger Putnam, with ex-Gov. K Alli r Aa! of 6 "'no*
Administrator, have decided against them.
They nave decided first that steel profits-had y tr l
so high that there was ample margin to abtorb thWaeIa-
hey a4o decided that an increase In the jftre of steel "
knock a hole as big as a barn-door in Use aide of poriCee46l
and touch off a new v oinflo
Before he left OPS ex-price ear ike Dl BlUe lnt, &e
fideng# memo to his superiors which read:
Steel nustry profits are running far hbove 1th oIt.
earnings standard which B.A has instructed me to use
test for decisions on price increases. -
"The excess above that standard is so large that the hAtti*
try clearly can absorb any reasonably probe Wge I0OU e
with a substantial margin left over for t es 4t,
"If a price re atnted t- spite nim '
ability to absorb"/' DlII uid,aYth'B mst,.
quences for the a l410et prgr aut s
Meanwhle stablUin ofTcl note a *h tst 4l Vt*
tally ImortR cobtrast between the attitude of bot Io*
dustryin the steel d leute.
here Whag been A
Phil MarrI, ite-
has postponed a atrike Vft fr
a d ecisl on .. .. ..'. .,^'W x "?t ^ ':
this ft"afl, aeofgt Plaed l Iii
that industry, not trlftn -
ment if falls to accept the goverwage
That's also why, for the first ttme, there's teaut O
government seeing tile te l plants, not In a move S Ufti r,
but I a move a stindstyO..
At any rate,the show date Is this .WRee I- l
the government doesn't sp in, tires In the blast fu"racal wU
start being bank
Senator Butler, the new Republican from M aryhand o
McCarthy used to defeat Senator Tydlngs Is t Jtte r Vr
what the Justice Department will do about the MNla *
tion scandals.
Butler has.w rittep a letter to Senate colleague tittlly
asking if they egged the PB into probing his campaign exug.0
ditures. .
Credit Congressman Cecil King w tipping t ath e
Civil Service for tax collectors. i rao mea on opot
tax-corruption probe, helped defeat even suc powerful kaatos
as George of Georgia and Millikin of Colorado.
Real reason why OOP Senators McCarthy ad Mundt vwt
after NeWbold Morris so hard was to head ofo any at
certain senators. They know that if Morris ever gets Au Mn_
powers some of his fellow Repubblicans In Congress wUo
UNDR 5m 1a Do
Truman's advisers h rec ended a further tax reftm
which Senator George of Georgia wof't like. It's open up all
income-tax returnsnto the pubeo sInmIlar to the Wish6ain p nim
which is one reason why Joe McXarthy's interesting-x tt wtm
were able to be scrutilned and commented on In Wt w" I .
Kven before Smnate Oeore has a chance to froVa.hpWver
White House secretary Matt Osniolly has done some fwmlut.
Matt says that doctors and lawyers would be oppomfd to
open tax returnswhich makes some people wonder wyCn-
nelly is also oposed
One of th s w ews commentator who were 100 er cent
right about the New Ham hire election was "e Old rusad
eor Christki of -m htr. George hit it on the noseo
Elsenower ad K we 3er 10 per cent
Around mte State Dpatment it is said that Oe dge a-
worth was sent is Coecheslovakla as ambasapdor because In
Prague he wont fld three ot ers to witb. As m-
bassador to Turkey, Wadsworf, spen. so n at_ t me at th
bridge table that., eventually, he was tranuflared.



N.7 T"-7 -" "

0 ASHINO .- (UP) .
4a teoForeignite tteeraoted 6to
.eio horne to AAmi two
,"oreign" a+d" gr sl s 'rdem
onedit a ftinalTdealr-. t. politia 1 NO,
M.With W *Phwident bae-k itO
s, s .trongly oppo t A endraFs return t an5i.
i tommaw it form, the coimittfl deeded at an houri
71 it V'me fMrs.Is.closed-door aiod hdar testimony
I.'*; e. SdL Eisenhower's depth Oft2-. Alfred .M. Grue(ther,
me and r- before delding.wh to Invite Eisenhower Mm t

roig M fo r inA support" funds, for mars
ftw le r Parbty f After- considering the leh p
.Lt s.ndiS L A. aad 1- Mait ithe committee heard MutU eI rriman said Western tra-
h ltr os M* at security director W., A bhaa been reit t
I O up R Harriman warn that it w where it us reado to
hbwee theironAmole b ed trbu to cut Prd d a re ined
thIaX',Jr.,tan 1k nd ksef
d heir uests included Alee raw i0 ". ?HeH S Caetl e ethat weo E 3-
three-year-old friend, wit tht d wth n rem 0 t th-il l wo-h w oud
laren and brother and, saters. nl. a d w th ain h eator. u b AdMo-
-*N- ZThtaz tfry" lIcluded: Me- 'Durin arriman's testimory 6 reda r t..
19! ..: Bl"ane a Gif- u w n i t .w w ?c l ; H tma uf lo. y
lt d ty. Richard ] 8danda.,ii _alam f OtimandthO Comlrmas (DT,. H a
A OW hGi bsde q?..e .r W .a t fil tOd ls. .,.
s tm n8gt' l ar tadsof ama dur t first REdITyp for Pteeh reed 1* week that .,

BSMf~tt%*itkaT M .J0U. r'Ioj rom bd tShM l ta sp, the oontn LayS Word ign Men rio< sl< cf-& t
3n34al C rr 1hrlttW w 0leat t rMarh rmods Ihii supporting (lserall yw holbst bete D b

l %ilrrele ei rl try. the montp frr the "'"alJ R od a for the OOP Prealdential b 1 the S*1;^ '" S
f a Vr rLynnt or u ubo mites ve. MeE asF o n t sttowe a rd e Fran to thelt
jV, atm a ews id to ta d. l0tftMp4 L41 t a r recent onweeks, at r he

_m. *f Adopt.s. aM. Iw. rAdent of tt)e- enthis ou pWrn',
hi *** n r E aEndiU. p lt.a h.in1 fu on co'"r.
S ." r Peter wanta rhp? -I terfS Un, s 1ntnor toet t ~g Eorqitsport
t1t ij ewfwill w $*% S d rr ind 51 ehal ors sl r u To up talsr *J in and other duties a an U. S.

G i7 Git m n t Wpll In pt t Mio el ftlt ua Gable,. Dto thn o l e a b t e rt be -
W". Aln"ia sdnbio et Van o "r'' e rioernI, a dint Oire ddes i l b w "oh o o fgaa1 o n. C a hi o rth to a no r i
naiand fesne Ae- t l o n i k ) No perm nent prooio )

a t e hr h 1 Lthe i nat n a d the first yfor pfn agreh swe ht R ii
., Ilt tt a nd'i | W ...t. rrlt4. J t 1L950.I 2cRt da the thd h ade .
13o I s b it lee.TaMres. s tle tns ti D l d lean Re d r d t h ld be pai don hInn-

i.n L Thwfead w.J pe d aya from h uiMan Fund amowu; Suntedto bappe iite' Stthi s co pay s aS fl RI sSS

!a ns NJyy M i it e. lb fc of b a In tr i 14rsl hl be embSoundse eN h t w 3< Sepr 1, 1 Om iesm wnWg#
r-it hthe"C1 C' .othom sailer. ..Lt
hofm e e rnemlel, be 0 to rw .g h ndby si a,) th r,.c
oft M pemnartrralpa- e l dnedtplf4re toely oa teeirhohdmtd t teore.07 ol e r LrbnE

TeIWh Mar c n e 1eidg tartieidhare, bias spo ti Ri

A Mr. urvia wl bf th e bo ftp politi- C. Roy ( a

J^ KUSrW a. ago sal tdompffin yo zeaut rehke syo' Set.1el* eve \h
Oo ta A.1 .Mn.IaiSaR M bawA n R htell wlM-lTe rph os t-i'tir l w MTh hrlnt !a t on. n rf be hi would preventlift
o.moL1~SraW atn-~ing -' Iwvn ir. ll ar e h i ei g a during outon sr-
'f t W M st otwill bo t a 1n b t ormherta nr ecel the. rlie Groa- tVON .t

a Ar or be ud mapping e.h iirpEMs o '- 4 hAbeen t Macen- Tin comaritte e f be'rn-1)D.m userea l refitaected t

p ii ell oteI* Mrr ofth rteta rolation, trap ente r. tant il Income, as fil.lNray..raeBsh New- Mou hon's reeolutona, then re- POT I NJM.itMchl i Me
the*. ivt f wil uh nome'I od, s o, pa ta I n ,, mitr tI *,bA t I fr am nin ham. con "der d a lidt to duck Pfor-vAe w ts V SWS aagag

s w tWa7. Mi. R In the Ae Leape e f Abrbern Dividotg d Itf rl portae6 to Helen L. f, M~abeth car- the qusemtw t he fn fo e being. rundu Heattfga 6b.e*. *
S A-ntralet party" a le lnvt A u da. Ann i ot afain to r h a de here ecet and be
Sr pLlena l -t. hre Antoonta e B. H re- aLi n foret n oppostion to t l i Wteho, Ruth cton a-tTr eater ttfie. u1ignede- tm n thl w is eaV I, ea om r-u

a Lnift d- al- t, predd kt the 3 Ir. tmaite Dnt.stion Bta p ntelf n1 t ttu r ol t rlhe InC thi dohatrny Gr tr tefy Re. of he
Sa t a of the a-l T. i a, The l o'ttee want o b trai Nopermanent pr Mot ai Tons. .2)- *

. I1 1It e enforcement of- Anreur t~at. r and Mrs. uetary of itte r a eAn Mason 1 a the t e .
ias W1 -0. Aqrty And CA-ysilu, 14 utiCityshforf14 G't flS; rs. "wet a d'erim

r s. LA: us la sfwnl
Isbb. 37 hri anse tnt Rer C A Ca inw ChiDurgZh?!,in."n of gfunds. 3h
4"k a 'f te e* asutperv t tos 2aa, nd de i tho

n t ASHERS WE HAVE ei LADGEST too r +" ",.S... Boyd "
cuC *.amagso
A t n(r Waitir e.y 1 wttr sid s a reat a dr- h ere en anha 4) -

SeRsMMfoSbEA pr1 do70t e11e1
rAl- l erSmrdntwl -ES7 14 ti.e a n
Wtt-pas offlwlb e aae3h4ete

wt e t ans1. 0r e ) fudarne,
.. .he An ti, o" O At..o n Ius h a en- (ans IB. ihel m e fore ist
01h "i. 3n ga's. a.i. n S a e nruitted$oro. 8 -
otft_.t4Jn -mt. Wal etuere.sNlre hisaieerowameama lhis,
n".. a .aWadtordo- .
V4iInnT.eiurpose ftth-Iarlift is "le itht some e ree r.. O ld mtight m would.... ....

thisk Tsrs O attheA homewof pt he m en.of %.:e",-;.rMpin- !W. iedThe uesf "-e4;ossn ase

a RawI- -c..he e trng
it@WiA c n williA.i EqV nbeseayt .St ate = ,ee.s chson
.d),. .-111"t b,,,,nl acesubcom i ttee.n,. A, today. doyeses i tins sRn0.f
-rce tracks, h-Go ert rtse rc ba
his stateent. gay.s A. ",r eaaizededoAll- m ano-.--.t h igh co ol a tb
ailes Rhode"Is "-
ariaganset, RaceU. -W mW-eDu. n.oh is training rnme._ 'tat G o iWA .
W S "L O LwoFbIR T QU L tY IIER 4CH ANDMIOs-i" ii" "stathaea rdealoA;will F01h t
UhTIFC-oryia, dPli a m
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When an airplane takes to tlons of the length of its travels,
rhe air, it hurriedly tucks itsbut it adds up to about two and BETWEEN EUROPE AND WEST COAST
heels out of sight. as if spurn- a half miles for each flight OF SOUTH AMERICA
g such an earthly tic. a inue to land and taxi to the
Rubber tires. however. are as terminal and a mile and a hall
esential to flying as they are to taxi back to the end of the TO COLOMBIA, ECUADOR, PERU AND CHILE
ground transportation and runway and take off. M.V. "LAGUNA" ...............................March 26th
uch more costly, in compa- It's the touch-down -in land-, M.V. "SALAVERRY" ..........................March 30th
tive utilization. ing that does most of the dam---
Ever notice a plane touch age the Impact of 50 to 70 TO UNITED KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENA, KINGSTON,
own in landing? The tires tons hitting the ground at 100
coreech and a wlsp of blue mph, overcoming the Inertd a of HAVANA, NASSAU, BERMUDA. CORUNA,
moke eddies up. That's rubber the wheels and starting them SANTANDER and LA PALLICE
turning. as the black smudges rolling at the same 100 mph M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO"* 118.000 tons)....May 31st
n the runway ends attest. speed. I
The nearest apTproach In tire TO UNITED KINGDOM DIRECT
I torture Is the way a youthful.
hoi-rod driver gets under way. .S. "KENUTA" ................................March 25th
Tire maintenance is an im-'
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operations of Pan American TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
World Airways whose fleet B TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
wears outmorethan 3.00 tres 8.8. "DONGDYK" ........................ rh 30th
a year tires that cost, rom TO UK/CONTiNEltT
$75 to $315 each whole. TO K/CONT
Convaira needs a tire change S.S. "DIEMERDYK" ......................... April 4th
every 300 landings. That's a All sallin subject to chge wit t notl
ground mileage of only about
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0" 2 md l eO-sW- Con':airs, with wheels that are BALBOA-Tenm. Bldg. Tel. 2-1905
iNlh-,uie--Mmio Msmaller In diameter than other _
commercial aircraft, use high-
*Pwhe comfort pressure tires. This combination dual wheels for just such an smooth or a flat spot is burned
results in a higher rate of wear. emergency. If one tire gives off, e tire Is changed, but riot
Pan American after long tests, way, the other Is strong enough neclarfly discarded. The old
however, has adopted a tire ex- to support the weight, rubber is buffeted down, the car-
pected to give greater mileage, can carefully inspected, and a
Punctures are not the proll- new tread plus sidewalls If
Constellations and DO-4s, lem they are to motor vehicles, needed vulcanized on. Pan
i AV. u with falter, larger tires. get but one airport in South Amer- American's are retreaded an
14ha0ASL A Y about 385 landings per tire. cla, surfaced with pebbles. Is average of twice before being
TTMill Even'with the best of care and death on tires. Aircraft, uing scrapped.
*. -i AT MM Tm continual Inspection, a tire that airport get only about 180
"ftai ir.* .amsaN.i.linM sometimes blows out when the landings between tire changes. This brings the expense down,
brakes grab. But the main land- but even so it costs between 85
Ing gear of modern aircraft has When the tread becomes (Cemtinued on Page FIVE)
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Her o ion has noW i- and at.Me te a crystal ptinc-h Ren.
prbved and she is ecovaleacing bowl dnd m6tdnlag cups. art M,' h Mrs.
at thUvetaldcnce. The young couple are now at Olive SelblUtihk., Hai Orlf-
home to their friends at House fth. Miss Rowrna Burton and
Chatg6 d'Affaires And 1533-B In Balboa. Miss Nancy Fuller.
Mr Wise Entertain -- ----
The Charge d'Affaires of the Mr. Utein ou5e Guest roekiatl-Buffet
Embassy of the United States Of Mr. and Mrs. Julie Cohen To Be Given Saturday
and Mrs. Murray M. Wise gave Mr. Max BEstin arrived from Mr and Mrs. Jules Dubols
a farewell dinner at the Union New York recently to visit his have issued invitations for a
Clpb last night for Mr. and Mrs. dadtghtr and son-in-law, Mr. cocktail buffet to be given Satur-
J. Leopold Roomero. who halve and Mrs. Julie Cohen of Curun- day evening at 7 at their home
beent transferred to Ctudad Jua- du, and his nqw grandchild, dn the Skhanas i honor of the
.res, Ue after having served Richard Lou. hoard of directors of the Inter-
t'I can Embasy for the Mr. Epstein is a well-known American Preds Association.
apred 'iears. handball champion of New -
-AsWoidT the attending guests York's YMCA. His son-in-law is Rehdelah tffle Meets Tonlght
"The Ct d dMinister of Hoduras.o attached to the Inter-American The re"uis*r ieetinh of tte
PMr eand Mrs. Miarco A. Geodetic Burvey here. Rebekah LodFr Will be held this
JRud ld RPlanas; the First See- evening at 7:0 in athe Wirz Me-
ret.. the -raznllanLegatlon Mr. And Mrs. Serrell mortal.

and MW oswaio, B.rreto E. Have House oueats
BSlva. the Firt JBjtaty of the Mr. and Mrs. C. 3. Sorrell of
Embasy of the .Unitbd StAtes Balboa have as their house
and Mts. Alvin Selbert, who ar- guests Mrs. Sorrell's sister." Mrs.
rived today to begin their duties M. A. Frierson and niece. Nan-
at the Embarsy end th6 Public cy Frierson, of Augusta, Georgia,
Affairs Officer and Mrs. William
SArey. RUM MIRLEn Says
General And Mrs. Morris'

u- r'ure Poslpouen
"he Conunater-in-GIlef of
t)-. Cafb n Cbmmpnd, Lieut.
General lliam Hi. H. Mor"ta,
Jr.. and Mrs. Morris. who Vt'
ortwinay scheduled to leat'vethe
isthmua today. have temIporgrily
postponed "their departure.
Mvriage Is Rolemnized
'tisa Mealan Ann Kariget,
da-lthter of the late Captain
and Mrs. Frederick Kariger. be-
came the bride of Corporal Hud-
son Britt Lipsenomb III., USA, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Hudson B.
LloEcomb. Jr.. of Sweet Hall. Vie-
einia. on March 1, In the Secred
Heart Chanel in Ancon. Rev.
FP.her Michael J Wye officilat-
ed in. the ceremony. .
Wh '^ gladili hud call lilies
ec eaated the altar, which .was

Soime people claim that a Wife
can't change her husband. That
she is stuqk for l1e with the
ltini 1o man she married.
That's flot true, as any wife
could ',ell you. However wives
wtHo are wle aren't likelyy to brag
about how they've changed their
u a woman tynt cianhge a
ara If she goes about It in the
tipng way.
*-'o Instance, she stand prac-
ttKNily rio chance it she lets him
&ntW ahe is trying to ohanle him.
Once he sees -hat she it up to
he'll cling to a fault as though it
were his greatest virtue.
Whys of letting him knon
straight-off what she Is uo to in-
clude the "I wish you wouldn't do
so-and-so" approach.
That *is about the worst ap-
Inmanh nnMl1hip Malt wian 1

lt-O'fd b six tapers in white proacl pJosJiu extA wprUe is
eaftlleticks. the "It you'd only once remem-
;Th1e organist, Joe .lynn. play- ber. to do such-and-such" ap-
MvrBiate nuptial seleetlo t .proseah.
tYt~l e_ ceremony. AiAd theft there's the approach
Olyef itr trriare by hbaer bro- some wWO Af more sub-
ther. Lee Khriger, the bdff.ifWOr* eth-li e ak, That Ito
t.\bIUn artltdttrgth goWn or.whtali'tan eOKttAl'RHY. anothef
cbailllv lace over white slioper tb for the itiHB the wife is
-W It was ntmde witih a bouf- trying to develop., her own
fa' ttlt, lLce si1a9 f Jott husband.
puffed sleeves of tn lo10ed t "Oeorp Is so thoughtful of
fItt teme slee :\k&. b'fte eai,. Mary. points out to Jim.
to'1 Olt8 ove" her ands. Her Bilt that doesn't make Jim more
th'alrtio veil of IlluFlon was thoo ihtful.
dra d from a cap of-satin. The All it makes him do is point
brlde carried a nosegay of white out that George Isn't thoughtfull,
roel. but just plain hen-pecked.
"he maid of honor, Miss Vic- But K she Is subtle enough,
Vie.V t Veli, wore a ballerina- and patient enough, and brightI
letuh 4go&wn f t lm6 green em- enough. a women can change a
bioldered with tiny vseiinsf *ndi man a great deal over a period of
mitts of matching color. She ye.ira.
carried a bouquet of Talisman The techniques that have a
reai.s chance of working are many and
Sbe eant Shelby BlairW USAF. varied and each wife must figure
se-ved as best man. -*'hm out for herself.
Immediately following the rer. 1 Th. proper techniques have
emony a reception was held in one thlIng i common. None of
the Church hall. Asslstinf t I the them tpi the husband to thei
festivities were Mrs. Lee Karl- fact that his wife has set her
ger, Mrs. Milo Kissam, Mrs. mind on changing his ways.



Embroiders Darns Button holes
Sews on buttons- Marks Zig Zags
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m S62at'fJt Tests On Primenaue
The Mary artlett Circle ofi
the Gamboa Union Church meti An open meeting t iplain the WASHINGTON. Mar. 18 (UP)
lart Wednesday at the home of purpose and the to bel-Army medical research teams
Mrs. J. R. Campbell. derived from a san I &tit and whl begm extended foilow-up
dispensary recently IMalled in' tests on primaqulne, the new
During the businesss meeing Rio MAajo, will be lnored antimalarial drug, among 1,000
rlans were made for a rummage Thutsdlv night by the lnta Fe- soldiers who have returned
sale to be held Anril 5 undar the melm,'de, Benet-e ~ ro .m Koden, the Department o
leadership jt pMrs. C. W. Ryter, The Meeting itL sco1 to the Army announced today.
and for a ham supper on April ben at 7:30 p.m. In th Youth I The tests, scheduled to start
18, with Mrts. J. A. Fraser in Center on the Monte Oscurolthis week. will be made on vo-
charge of arrangements. Road lunteer subjects who ere ex-
Those present at the meeting posed to malaria In Korea Iut
were: Mrs. 8. H. flharpepste.n, Dr. Alfred N. Oerald, who has nave nb history of the disease.
Mrs. A. H. toot'e. M's. V beek named, director of the unit. Tests will be conducted at Fore
"Ills. Mrs. J. A. Praser. MO.s.. I. dlsenaarv a, d ,asd lvl Wit. Dixi New Jersey; Fort K.ox,.
A. Getman. Mrs. J. D. M. c- er mssuint of the JSmta will Kenttlcky; Fort Benning, Geor-
ea",- Mrs. W. J; Nor*AW1lhM be t h.eusd. In l to gia, ana Camp Breckitdirage,
B. 0 Orton. Mrs. C. W. syter, the- Sm'- "d tion7"'films Kentucky.
Mrs. Juen HIdalto. Mft. 3. A. loa~sea t- *:.s. In t nation Together with chloroquine,
Snodg"ass. Mrs P. 1. Snow. erO t wn primatoine has been admin-
Mrs. J. E. Walker. Mrs. Gerald The At.~ pensarv, loca. idtered routinely to troops re-
Brennan and MrS. It. A. Gray, ted at e tra. o the Old turn from Korea by water
who served as co-hostess. Panama Viet Road serves thelsince December, 1951. Tpe 1,00.j
-- Juan I, Rio Abajo, Sabanas, men selected for the follow-up
Risbop Gooden P Pueblo Nuevo Vista Hermosa est returned to the United
Rethrn, From Nicaragua anda Fraisc areas States before tha time and did
The Right Rev. Reginald He- not receive primaquine.
ber Gooden returned today from During the tests, the soldiers
a visit of several wdeks in Na- i will receive the standard 15-
ragua. "Ni 3 1 milligram dose of primaquine
r .. daily for 14 days.-After the 14-
Womed's Auxiliary Meeting A day period, they Wi stay at
Tomorrow .fl LIn .- W eWS their poets fr close clinicaLob-
The Women's Auxiliary of t ee e.rvation.
Oamboa Union Church will hd. ro Pa%1 e -
An ~Ing nieeting St 4:"O ,. t ry
"'A mucal program ht, Harvey Parkerln
the bustneas meeting. A W 1 Plul P I In
Invitation is extended to 0iO li Amserlcn Tour Th s
women and especallv thrse .o 0Seven lhIAlit medical spec al- aimb a Thursday
Ire new in the commufluty. lsta flom New York apd Miami rvices for Harvey W.
Sa re flyMng by Pa Aemtean eral services for Harvey
AWC Board Meeting World Alr ays on a lecture tour Parker, Jr., will be held at 4 p.m.
Tomorrow of LatinAmerica. Thursday St the Union Church
The board of directors of the The physicians all top men in Gatb6a.
Inter-American Women's Club in their various medical special- The body may be viewed at i1(
will meet tomorrow morning at ties are making the tour un- tomorrow morning at the dorgas
9:80 in the club's headonarters der sponsorship of the World Hospital Chapel.
on Shaler Road in AAncon. Medical Association, an Inter- Pallbesars for the funeral
national organization with service wifl-be Richard Ioperskl.
Nellv Hlrsb To Play Tonight, headquarters in New York, to Pete CorrIgan. John Ridge, Dave
The tali tedf youna Brazilan bring latest medical techniques Rose, Jimmy Morris : .'d George
pianist. Nelly irash, will be pre^ and developments to physicians Gregory.
rented In concert this evening at' In Cuba, the Dominican Repub- Burial'will be in Riverside, New
4:30 at the National Theater.' li, Venezuela and Pasama. Jersey.
Miss Hlrsh's program will In- Memblras of the group include
elude selections by Bach. 8chn- Dr. dgar Mayer, Dr. M.
mann Chopin. Albeniz, Debuav Chamberlain, Dr. Arthur raco- Birthdays Overlap
and Villa-Lobos. vanetr Dr. Irving Itane an Dr.
SRobert Walls. all of New york, COKATO. Minn. (UP) A-
Garden Group Meets Tomorrow ad Dr. Earle Templeton and round the end of January, every
The Garden PrOup of the 991- eWitt C. Daughtry, both day becomes a birthday for Will-
boa Woman's Club will meet to- Of. mi. tam Olisorn Md hil family. Olson's
morrow morning at 11:00 at tthe1 seven specW ists are re- son, Gordon, waq born Jan. 28;
Miraflores home of Mr. and Mrs. to Miami aboard a. Pan son Holger Jap. 29:; Olson Jan.
Charles Morgan. flight from Panama 30: daughter XlWe Jan. 31 and a
har3. Mo n. son-in-law Feb. 1.
There will be a lesson in mak-
ing 'plaqes of driftwood, shells
and drid grasses. Those attend- *; es tr ; f
Ing are asked to bring their own a love i w. '
materials and a picnic lunch.
Mrs. Morgan's bArbecue-will be Thrfty and eay to mak, too#
available fr cooking. All d esy e, tool
members are asked to attend. V / / .
Medi a Aoi Meeting r I
ITmwdwrht 4 1 M2

Tre Isthmian Canil Zone Me-
ditT Assoctation will meet to-
nueIt at 7:30 at tle Oof'sqU Me-
morial Laboratory in Vista del
Moonlsht irnlse Friday Night
The Mopnlight Cruise sponsor-
ed.b the Zlks ki Balboa will be
held Fridav evening at 7. Admis-
sion -W $20 oer person and In-
cludes refresunents, sandwiches
ard dancing.
The pubic Is Invited to attend

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sometnts a maottr of counting
the trictis declarer can make. TO-
day's hand illustrates tftaj point.
West opened tne e seven' of
spades, ana East wyn with the
king. East returned'the four of
spaces, South played low, andI
Svest won with the jack.'
West now realized that a spade
continuation would o him no
goou. East would have returned,
his fourth-beft spade If he had
held four or more cards in the
suit. Since East had actually re-
turned the four 0f spades Ii was
clear that East had started with
fewer than four spades. Hence
South still- had queen-eight of
spades after two rounds had
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spade tricks and could win a
third whenever: he chose. He
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West was afraid to lead a heart
because South had bid that suit.
'o West led a diamond, and
South rattled 6ff nine tricks in
clubs and diamonds with grekti
speed and equally great hap.
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he had counted declarer's tricks.
Nothing could stop declare fromt
winning nine tricks if he had
both red kings. Contrariwise. any
defense would succeed if Ba
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king. A heart lead was correuf
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Bast hatd the king of diamofl.s
Suppose for ex ample. that
West leads a heart and discovers
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South's strong suit. South win
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and a diamond only seven
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2-0740 up to 4 p.m. 2*2663 after 4.30

for a dadckbusamw
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peas, white and swee.pota idm e
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blends in its own delicate flavor. Alt "
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S leave vour Ad tith one of our Agents or our Offices in No. 57 "H" Street Pth 8 |WASHnoqifth (W) aI
No. 12,179 Central Ave. Colon Chairm I a anJ s
urs oay that Coogn 40.o (
Lewis Service Salon de Belleza Americano Cariton Drug Store ntIe a hna r A? ids ral ta etT
At Tivoli Ave.-Phone 2-2281. and .55 West 12th Street 10,059 Melendez Ave.-Phone 25 C threat to. the nati 'asIndustrial fe cts t
Small told a Senate laB aabA d yit duirezant.
Morrison's Agencia Internacional de Publicaciones Propaganda, S.A. Mianmum for 12 words. c iottft udT a oTiutroibita Wun'
Midinin fo 12 wrds. an befound or d Withfacilities ofte aiw
Fourth of July Ave.-Phone 2-9441 #3 Lottery Plaza Phone 2-3199 "" Streetcorn Estudiante t. c. each additional word. th. penay "1 on d
Phons 1-214 nd 2IYNon&,,unions. He tia~dfti led:oi onfficerSsw thlie
era would net hesie to atohmunistu. y b
S EO AM C L O ,li~i~tical strike at the htre al idto comply wit t
FORD __C_______I__ ftP t TJOMMERCIAL however, Small said neither the 90 Party
FOR SALE FOR SALEt MISCELLANEOUS REaSOli .OMMERCIAL "" he nor theDmfense Departi ht eforflin eiron-
Household Automohiles u* ** he? aeal m shropners shousa. cil P ROFESSIONAL h *as an specificlegislative uu- 6al"ts. S
WriA Asaes a to ain COLD taermpge onpiter.shwe c InternwI Ot
-FO SALE,.-enetion Ilo 01-Asm Ce 1o^ ^ 7o>M2T tains Teehn 15al prvael showef^ dar Cow-f 66fliSS ISnl ~ a reet-
FOR SALE:-----Venetion blinds, for Service Personnel and Civilian 3e3 2081 Asses. C. t s. e 188@ t pie amershe d ollar o d sevIralnlrben weeks i nd
4 family, aluminum, also fits 12 Government Employes I c ftu caretkekr. E e; f sittee members the dollaraVol- l a e sd s several labor uInin e tion aed
fa iy 1-C ocl. e sa You can acquire healthy. itrret W I eehaelf __ __ __ __ __ na moin ed
ffaym iA to o illF g ow6kten,1r-. Atve ma y S ay a t e a om ra a o .tlto keep y o t Lw d~ine of d e f e n a e contracts In C 0 11 im u h Ia m ned
fmily. 611-C, Cocoli. o A tie Financin grown kittens, free. At veterinary Stay at the Ponamricn keep yo w plants where the left-wing Unit- though their officers may have Of this totad fo cas
cOR SALE:-Mahogany chin closet. for our Ain hospital, Corozal.__________ copl El Voile and eni th d Garden eu Electrical Workers Union isComplied with t e law.were n
S it Ner Government ployes Finance Co. TRAVEL OPPORTUNITY: Enjoy tas during this we brAnyone looking ing at fil"that CotRmun a s seek to use has b eta
electric seong4machin.912Ttuberydu0400. "Aranyoeoing Aget. tos 1th hanCohmeyistsishekhs oto ubetands I onNiwiid
couch, cabinet style New Home ot your vacation in cool Costa Rice: Foster's cottog wures and then recalling the Al- the unions a ytems of power It a t pro-
erectfic sewinB macht ne o Fort Worth, Texas Fly LACSA, PAA affiliate,. only ed, one, two or riMe Wheelbarrow -Chalmers strike during the to promote Soviet Russia's for- secute unioh a are
radio. 4-piece Rattan. Gider Fol- new office at $35 00 round trip. Inquire Pon- linens, gas refrlgerators 8 R Isectt C period of the Nazl-Russian Dct a policy." 'Co munists, hiv Usetbe
ing porch-screen. Steel quarter- No. 43 Automebile Raw ama Dispatch, Tel. 2-1655, across ranges. dishes and kitchen ICng pertin M at the earl days of World War umphrey has expreCed h oe department mits proV e
kltcfuntuisicldig:Dube _"t b icing Fertilizers -af the early da a of World War v proy has epeldhl departmn lb pg
master furniture including: Double, Next door to the Firestone Bui!ding from Ancon bus-stop. Half a mile beyond Santo Cl layers Weedkllatis II cannot help ut be led to the that some way will be found were arty me bra
bed, sinle bed, dressers chest of olso through your auto dealer private rood to beach. for Aklers Fungiclde confluslon that we must be alive deal with the problem without an the non-ounf
chair, pated pants.yluminmoney on formation visit or Phone 0.
drawers,e buffet, dining tobiles, s oa k We save you money on FOR SALE om o vsi to e potential menace present- i nf r In gIng onconstutonal avl.
chairs, potted plants. Aluminum Finaoncing and Insurc.e Tivoli Aven No. 6 2.1 ed" BmaIll said. rights or the traditional rights Oehmann re ted
'venetian blinds 4-foamily, miscello- also direct loans on automobiles MicellaeU P Anm e. CEO. F. NOVEY, INC. He added that officials of Com- of labor. 'ment's dem at
neous household articles. House AGEN ^CY BIHL.IN6ER fi8citanCunb -_ %. ^s IBCit~~ T- -~~ muttdm e Inn .r IN lie added that off action of Co-oaao.menddto euiewoitt
173-A Rio Gronde, Pedro Miguel. Phoei, 3 C414 31-495 FWOR WO.ob OWN YOUR HOUSE Octonus* cngsm S lCeitrWaI Ave. Tel. 814a munst-dom inated unions arble In Comall said that toany at to rer
AgeniasCosms, utombil RawRaf~ luky umbe fa 3 Husea position to obtain "valuable In- Congress should aPplyto a erswe Ar yhv
Telephone 4-512. .-- Try iyour lucky number for 3 House foT rm a. ltion"u in defense plants. agencies of the govemeftt deal- o munl for at

mis Tusebdfriue a dan selling Problem. Tel. Panama 2" after 4:30 p. m. Here are the winning Two bedroms. Frigidaolemt e UenD- 0I g cn ac w itn
prices. Try us and be convinced. 4721. Open all day on Saturdays. numbers: 291 2693 2694 gos ranges. Selbas 2.3050.
12-13 Bolivar. Avie.96 Colon. TROPC TOPICS 269 -- 274409- 2744 -2745 GramENcTIsN- antaaC Brams O d PaANnTme
fOR~~~~~ ~~~~ SAE-Vd Cametha spiga ______________ Old Panama,-
ORSALE:-sdOutdoor life -don't miss l t fun 24. FOs E N c o a
mat- ess B -22.50- n te ss of tropicalE ife, get yourself a new sOR SALE: Smith Premier typeH stoves, moderate rotes. P22 B. 29 tIND I DIwggg h is fltwo tPhne a o
mattressn B.22500. Dinett stbls Singer S. hw.Cnetbe-tk writer, 28 Inch carriage, $25.00. 441 or 4-567.Imeatcon.
8.50.0 and 8.5b 0 End tablesu th fail oudor andenjoythe Apply "Cia. General de Segros S e~r m p 8I tPeeadr etm
OR SALE:-Detrot jewel gs stove, by crib. House 5281inuhl8str- Dicblo. FOR RENTn-Unfuvshed s -----uyn 74 fup t4p.mTen265W oim ldn a hey erd f
excellent condition. r un 35.00. Ci o ll A s8 them T cabis Fulaya FOR SALE:-9 ft. freer, box, idew l choletw GolfH.hts Aroa, LU XS bMde tH.NmMA BROKhryRSD INC -o Sd potbph bg f anogsnd Sta o these

3t4ro:i-V ----bl--- l- rP Mcensed, $30000 33^ c d y, rT. i S s F^ : monbl Rap. mTel. 2, P 2n a 2h ol e T o allay onStus. nu SALE:r : 2 -2 2 Ct o4 Te. d om Panama hp i tu s foond rl abot
12-3w o livar6 Ave.57x7, 916 t, tColon. by ROurePICrTOPehICS r 2695oaca 2740 2744ado 2745 Velen eihbrho. uets. Ms pENETIANl aa a hr etid otecatofC eadv

$24.00. Wenstinghouse refriger- pica| Motors. mahogany wordrobe, mahogany Preferable no smolt children. Sean TCL S-44l capture the mood antd atmos* t^^ ^ed^^ only once a year by, boat.. .
or. 25 cycle, bout 9 cu. ft. drawer, mahogany ch.forobe, boy's Fronchsco- 17th St. next to hoth the f n. a in the ll d
$125.00 excellent conditions Dec FOR SALE:-Two Four Door Stedonse o s. p tc a l ne Then, wl recording on film t l befo he tr d

sire small refrigerrtor, 60 cycle Very teood conditions res ..*. sition, Panama. te gographic points et Inter" thr gh thet to hipo a ont
and gas stove. House 0262-BA Studeboker C am Ppck4rd. Priced to lueOR RA-T bob cri Fb.Hous -wasBnarrting io dr.mfF OR Rn uthedco
amreboo. Telephone 6-228. sell. Universal Service, Inc. Phone FOR SALE: Si Pemier| new Pllte r es t BLlood nd-gIatNSoryofthe It leasedbvacompanyas
3--24 ----eqippe 2-2624liensedM$300.0. f lor fishing boatgtasom oeeo Rr2 aths.d otorios pirate Morga'on. s romnn&lThesardimor
e Cellet FOR SALEc-1947 "Willys" Station Fu OR SALE:- L 2 ton trtilr with c cbhal,G, H2.g tt OUA roO457.A B Although INDDacrMOtpts reoui daind tohoat p n itsi
F RO AAL n ds.0d edition Bu.P850edo- Mi tires No. 7 5 Avenue. porcheAst Ashee eea months of reenoearch, before he storiGenof unts ualelaced only 2It0 habi-

MORO C Oo.1 5 r 24 Pnmo e. 2^ tkti o *H-' ^ ^ *^g W ES0toest N ht wsmoe P*l ~^ asnam
CminunodrsapAN A uNA CO PA Y Icnterae 8lueIt an Hotel thinr sc.twe o e n lctA$. tognl hte a
proxiL:-usmanSotely $28 5 62,' W atch ou for rad own C onveribe SPECIAL STUTk O SALE:- Eeti portale Tebl. 3-21tereh ne l$ lon*. betrpeensisl. A'O OTIRrisc n il eaeee
white sixy $30. 37nera 72, blgu- e, t Rodse andtp, Aitbborslet te ihtbode u.d ir hs Pan amahil he wset S ~ uhAeo0 nd story opa abo
$16. 0 .. P 74, hrtreA, hgo- t way. c ave youremen g Singe r se wintgye N.misnH ereso rtmwe F. O SFiewJao.'em Foetan= eat ofrhin t tearing spcarrn d h ug os
baacs5 band0p T ropicaCotCor Co rritd onlc ey FOR eaEbaNT b tyant., h wS '. i
$24.0e. oweeZ. Must sell. Best price accepted, bed receovedmhn t office of Super- OO I h T l. -4 ouTANT ventrctu Heeutickly followed ned, Winter a todt s "I ne w n ofold may rte. rom hima
ator.F5 cycl, abou 9ccu.ft.,e-draer, maStrhogany chtfooe Bl FrancEsc, 17h St nexttoMhl phreO moveentrins. h e ore ohrdi y piloepyr teen fime efor he as
$1l2l5.0 FcORSEnt- cn 19tion.DS-dFOR SALE-we Fu reoriSoedan As, bicy se 32 d St.No E1o N. A ha7 J0.ovr .
^ ^ ^ .door^ seda.^ S practical ne cr,*2 -m aL^^J ?^^ a* .
s-ire sllefrG-8eratorC60 cy V ry goodcondion4.M iBe si]ion__Pana. thenw he recig o fthr

R gAstE .FOHSALE-BndenwWlonW 916. CoSoub an- Pac air Prce utoed by the i BCrei loti f Brtan. Panande, west S'VaipirSlEh A p itsof ,- tn
exelen codtn Stationary Typles, 300 mp.. 6 Lfo -AV G I- T M- TE- -about huld (wih- P t om ai gtm nica for education purpoe. hl the ol lapot ws fld b c an a

___ <:,clanders Chrysler , Bogses. ---" u""' s t-" sel- our motor Bno over 22 ft.lI r' M '-" Originall, a trumpleter (or Uth acottish pirate whose dir l atrateS iB w ~ ~ s ~
Gamoo Telsephon 6M2 seoll. U nirs rihca bin llyn Po s .FORgSALE: fta r .f rPece-- -Area, 2nto wak reA naraig andsthas makethehrir

:30- -44siffforhings ------ rugs. boa.smor.good room s-,' Wbth&. 's SH.- prite, editadapSot apho(o t-- r--! It seems h
oequipptti bloo-Ande-gutses$ tr f t

FOR* *_ n a bidProMg lcodin.h________ ------- _t____- "5'e he preseded to Hor-ga ll t tstoi. soI ther Pae oaand
22'62.euroimatly28. 2 p, Sl.O3fered LOS I01 a FOUND HepWonteds bisn R .a iHo Aelthoug i sc is ree hentos e IaE co
F:doR SALWE FOa R SaL -9 Wiryresakdwn ton FORSPEISALE:- E town trailed o wit cab,
Wgngodcsixdtin..80.-godire.e e. moth of r h bef
006ns lond. Tel 05 or3-2146Pa namaio Tel s-46 o oded.Lsmn fneem utrs *hs tart outnon a trip, can rexplan, andonly 2) nl neabi-
two, $1600. 57 x74, whit, twc,! ~.odcast5 bocanhielipsNowset atelhent cogheredo.Panama

byo ur e x pe r hani cs Tr o d-oo M s rv c o n a n p I eti es ac k d t e s h romg en

:00-.ews and Commentare Bfrlr 'Y' Io LOST-Horse color brownP Bfldna Corale ml. 2. lrn WA pY1ek and crate or move over south AmerO and Europe WASHIheTOI, MUet9 (VOA 000 "DO TISSUe5 has brandon left rear lginfarror W lC-- anything. 'Phone 2.2451, and wil e ntmae loe-pso (U?)-?Te S.AredPooe Pntanan frfitd 0b
:15-Thce Jo Stafford utow Aro Fr BANAA c A. Col ANY Pana -1376. FfR SA1LE S2.r2pB the preateo of each land he revealed today they have ate* when ahe failed to ippear
.(VOAl C eppn d yeat Rodsr, oops, Reiward. r ZZ is coversh.-aa ped up their guided missile court thi morning.

$125.-T00 For Business s:46-Comment ator's Digera eIOoZiteS, iNOVelS FOb SALE.c tio of ties6Cnohg such eenwfre to 50, Rafael .tarto Ro pa., l

f; (VOA KofC Committee nJ *'"' '" *** re^Qr '- Jopent Wil e use the US. araentl of rtady wea. year-old Costslan RiW a-
aga A0tsMuscal Americana The Balboa Armed Serviceds i tinOrd anacoorza.R noama, TAV ANYWHERE geongforec. S. t nee to Idene I -ans In gae

S(VOA) YMCA has again issued an ap- COnipefring Pflans 2-3078er 2-4937. Panomd. SKJ^ ;"*' TO GIve Passports Rojaa has a paviou Cano
:Z .;Pride and Prejudice peal for public for donation. of e i le inthffiFOR SALEno-pen Boquete 61 hcTre WI I Fe OV Ca Oultded mhile an been In o one o cord.
:.---^-224L EL PTNAMA aSA. poet-boio novph Fy Boll Frid.y t1b"J.., A To g "- RUSSir e p no t Ihoe
*.1 1 td deFBCCHn Raedabsniar ck. d CO intiEndnt of Storehouses at Balboa 00oa.o "4 eOIU l theiraoeMent, M and s ad we
FOR SALE FOR SAUD eek un Wily ttilo10:30A.nM.trailrwihcho27, 195, FOReReT:-.Furihed room 45ASt.oughoe i.He uickly folloeduireiWnesasoa nvrfaimaseirofaspe

Eanonet oo dcnit moto in ,ee up.85. e hlls4wekv For o prpoa weth full orssfes arat o, guided mis-refa fid 101
Cmemty elestiuiio is u l tar y b0i thl. 05oforf3-2c4s 6anama -h bee 1nmo taken _ren. tturiesaygo 16 aod make biends, leant pnt I o
PhBlone 2-o2624 ServiceInc. P endo ath Stwrehouses nd l D Rini'l i^ A 5 tan awemara e tha t B uo r *a he It p c str out
CarloscBainagiry thaiaacenic might not

c 8mentator Digest hon aer atPcoero25OaESeunR.. .. FO ..LtoN ha p i a whl ea.t tebIs ton oeeta wo d .tr h Tk i e f

e And Gt it 9:0 OAtles and Forbitters r~ehesra b(dair~cketsat n off Pe rd or al condition after srouptat c sties Wintera ate Iytr 1 32
O G 8 4 F O S L -FORR S A L E:-SD og ee s e w i ngtf o otm a C r is to b ~ Aal, t m e t o 2 rw t i i z oo vihv"b u l l b e M f lt ht

up.igApp grand, gasn3 bdooddes In.eVin er mlcal Sadwn Thresome-eAndin b1rs. ao re an be dSot Althorth none Cruse il mU
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nieah n e t e cnut."-
aor milltar aid. but I st
0, secueJOr be6fontic aid whe
'e &tndahrd of pdu action
Wuteri ure is eater the
bere World ar Co
; mlttee test ltedItlh Stjf t
*d When n. Brie McI.Abo
(O tk,06 Was HItl
hr- 'B otion to invite C
~b/ti lBenhower to rdtur
f r!* JU and testify on thd ai
1 W o iho backing Utsenhov
eft t GOP idre wential non
Inatlon frown P Idea, how
ever, and a Unlte PrSs survey
Indicated that it sa even .
the 13 committee dmembrs t
lied up against MaM.hon.
TOday witness was to be mi
triall security administrator V
Avartl Harriman, who ls speal
heading the Administration tig
to prevent "r Ipplig ute" in th
overall $.90, 6,0 prosm,
The rankinA committee Demj
crat, Sen. W ter George it
aR.), told newsnA that If 1
found no move among his co
leagues to cut funds or specify
* areas or types of aid, he would
favor p general overall plash C
mutual security funds.
"I dO think it must be cut
George said.
Several leading eommitt
members have said the ocera
tram must be trintnmed by $1
= 00,000 to $2.,000,00000.
Basher Makes Oeod
WYNNE, Ark. (UP) Fol,
here didn't realize just how hig
the price of meat was until the
daw banker Wiley Lipeo-mb F
Into the bank vaultA-and com
aut with a hm S,

4: :46 i P:5

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I Week-End Release!
e The famous French pic-
ture about love tall
kinds of iti.

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Two Terrific Pictures
Together I
Cary Oran- Jnne Cran
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James Stewart and
Marlene = strich, in
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-0 K wal1. P I aN T aft of
'.T .rALTy~a'.~ O~_.~n Ithed
*'. mn ro
i. turida, d .ring the rerlataass oa"towns
were to ;ufor thL annlalFiFd at *and
htads Mrfrc m. sWd Lt. Patol and his pla W
^ w the m ora ;" coLpY an.d 2nd Lt. Vil and ni ta Bitq
UittVM Wfinftvtctors for F, Company. bu r
0 1 nhi from the Balboe mhgn Cadre came over to
i- act as a june arid general trouble-sanomser to look for deteen E y
k so t -ht tne 'adets would become conscious of thitr errors In Cu1.b Li
A deL matr hey may not LommiL tem again. germuler td
e r Mo Ad eta Mant u- .
in The Future teachers 0a nmerica had an initiation ceremony Behind th seAse. ward
in iast Wednesday evening in the cafeteria. Tne guest speauerwas Castano wasi ba Umaking the
tn t'rU Robert Ulen,. a former )iA member and teacher, from sound effects wh stage -
r L.', FShefman. .Te older members, Leneve Dough, Noel Mc- ager Charles Ba-oll
U- uin, an. Nealie Holgerson sponsored the ceremony, ana Mis manulated the mfe y ts
i |n;c.'son supervised. that go to make up a successful
V) 'she National Thespians will initiate new members in the show'
'* .,eat future. Tie new members chosen are Joanne teccia, Mar- n e,. ,0 l.t r.
'n garet Joudrey, nancy aariger and Today auignam. Trus ormas This evening the Irill
Id Loe rean memUeranip up to 151! it shows that there is a lot Schoola fr the ban vll
a!talaent In C.H3.I place for the Junior 00 e..
Staent n C..B. his game between theg J
!or almost :ix weeks the track team has been working out ^Zone Junlr College awn
my dihigenily every artersioun and baturaay mornings. 'inils yeas High School team w1, D*p
y our idyam Is expectea to be better than ever. Chrisioalites tniniE at 7 pm.,
of tlkn me team u0n go all out m capturing tue aley telay,. 4u The girls' Intramural io
"re, eluy. ana mile ielay in he Balboa Relays tnis year. Tne rield ba", team will play the "
uI vents my not a snap, but we believe the team can take a High School tomorrow- .
".I s noon at 3:20 p.m.
'r- 0 --
r-t ook-a-b I, oh, rodel-a-b Mr. Davey and Lt. Nolan were This week strange sights will
ht surpilsea Utoio aut tnat Ise-atork had worked overtime lor be seen, as the new ini.tates*
- ner'i Mr. ) f#ey gave ev-rypdy cigars except ay wuison, ior the Gamma Chi Sorority gao
r. buellevys at emoufig may ditr ..imegood tri grades. aDout their required duties dur-
D-. In lg initiation week. Yesterday
he: After the .me Priday night -rgaret Ridge had a slumber some of the young ladis a
l- party ats 9n.use. wnen Tne usmpre called the game, Mar- peared caring pola ~ and'l
ic ,htrLt Rid. mJann, Reeia seanine Mix, Dora Weicn, .Leneve cawM. Within lhe aenfitmedi
lId louah., Nt t'StS 'ey an" h M oyle made a beeline for the artless were comeetls, books,
of, Margarit Ait VWiVum lor. tor re .eaUs,. ana then proceeded on PII an..,. ,p ie ..r,
I noir jounrtf tot a long and uidupleas night. Formal intiaon service will
," Tnere Were so Many irls that 1 couian't count them all, so take place in the near future.
Stun't tfe& hut n your nawt Waan t included. What tne heok o -
e I wart -tOi ot fi he ld "u-bber' sleep? (tP..-Later I Through the driving force of
,l, found out that nie aent thld ight in the car', Geri Snodgss and rt
I- the '52Artbual, tip
B3i1t4 Z (Ifqgt, don't yotlorgat there's a Drama Festival TADOR. It being snt to the
next v I There wO o theatre groups represented in a printers Insections In all prob-
series 6'ng set 1M F WMbe offered the bes actor, ability, it will arrive in the lot-
Sbelt a beauty about it is that ad- ter part of May or during the
h mlsa'on I / about it tt d 2-'6 school term.
By V- I s i It is Interesting to note tat1
o Frifty ih14eth was f6Ulnge day in Cristobal High School. the 'S Annual has not returnm-
toe oor student from DB.HE. came ovqr for the day to visit and ed trom the printer, yet.
urowme arouup4. Tlhy were Ray Datidson, Kenneth Lee. Larry o Q s-
cotuon and dule Armlstead. During the Saster vacation,
Ray Davldsop and Eddle Armistead were sort of surprised hlub will arrive in three more
L wie;i they were asked to say a few words at the Pep Assembly, weea,, Dean Haftet will be
but Vertheless they reluctantly got up and gave the expectant educational director t o Bal-
audlonce a cointe or good speeches. bol Iischool gAi dCristi l e
(jastAigning for the Presidential Primary Elections In C.I.B. Cai bbean Girl State.
has beenom t wee wth
eTL 10ftclkl s rd NoedOln n building up .lkeefauvler. 6eIoRVt e MI 'V
tiae AmlTritd P roblue Class la taking charge and @e election a Ao .
will to held on Ap i s. I,
IMid-semeste ,lan in n
ROTC BOYS, YOUR MONEY FOR SPRING CAMP MUST week ill be l ere in tw el
/--,- review their sons- beWs
The Whole town's talking about "The Whole Town's Talk- now and exam week.
ing." The J.C presented a splendid play congrats to Mr.
Turbyfilll nd the boys b i
Seniors, only b8 more days.
Fee you nex. week! iu.lh. 46 SOj

Se_ -O The Iranian Senate called an
extraordinary session today tol
HOLLYWOOD- (NEA)- Honf Loretta Young's the latest big decide whether or not to oust '
audiences who have been seeing star to sign up for a TV film se- Premier Mohammed Mossadegh k
eorge Raft as a glossy-black-' ries.. .There's talk of Norman for falling to conclude an agree- i
haired movie king n "Mr. Ace,"I McLeod, the veteran movie direc- ment with the World Bank. A
and other movies sold to TV, arel tor, guiding Joan Davis' telepic- The talks collapsed yesterday I
due for a double-take when tures. over Iran's refusal to permit "
Sorge hits their home TV arty British technicians to work
screens in his "I'm The Law" s- A fedup up -with commercials thA e oi fields. r i
ries TVleswer on the phone to a video A dotentio.n of senators who
The Raft pompadour will still' statiorA g o Se nao w
Tbe there, but pIn glorimpousr will atur station called on the premier last night m
be there,"I don't know whether you were seld to have been told
grs a a roving detective who's know it or not, but there's some Mossadegh refused to change
had a past care er as a hoofer mystery picture interrupting his stand suggested that Ife
George told me. 'We keep say- uur commercials." the Senate wished to throw him .
Ing that th e hoofing days were out of office it could adopt a
on go There has to be some Joan CraWford will appear on vote of no confidence.
-.anation for my gvavhair TV for $200,t00 a year, for 26 At the same time business,
J s"w. a ilh ave~ ~ ~ ya ack- thirty-minute telefilms So far circles expressed concern over
Ground New York Citv and there are no take, and network Iran f ia situation and
or, who i a .n-er-cent brass is screaming that her price the ifficu f trading furer.

'The Raft explanationfor his Parlor Huaahs: Barbara Stan- have been negotiatmg with
decision not to retire from act- wyck s appearance on TV Is as Iranian official for several ,
in: no' .e. starry as it's been on the screen monthss in an attempt to work
siIw r .Mickey Rooney' rshly-out a compromise agreement
SI.knor that 1 said I was re- combed look and sest for a new that would gut, Iranian oil flow-
,irntl i wanted to. I don't know medium in his video bow.. Sam ing westward again .
what persuaded me to make Levbnson anever-falling wit an Hector Prudhomme. head of
more pictures I didn't want to.", 'This is Show .Business." the bank delegation, said the o
a Dnne Barnes' comeback u a ei- o h -Aer- I
The story's being told that video luminary..Nn Foh'' stlgSt'ota'ent 'e
Harry Cohan of Columbia plc- energy. She's been on every show, c tcul ans be senticant
ivies was offered Sl.O0,0 for it seems, but "o Para.... .
televlion rights, to Colimbta's The way Phyllis Kirk has proved -
fl library dati.up to 1146. via TV that she was one of -Holi- ?L sia T aN re
in lMste: 9fThe t w-ter lywood's most under-rated ac- 1 1m I1n a
:2,,S0-4ued Marry tan ed It tresses and beauties. ..
daow em the theory. tlt he' Eye-opening quote from Karl ,
eventfsually gret an ena bigger I Freunmd, who dto Pphsa the "I Mai tl
*. "'The quality of Tt reqgptlon
It's all as secretive as You- tis a long way frinmolots Ps-- m 1 i
Know-Who's election pla., but ture screen qult we work- ," -
eight to writers haw been as- ing on the ataudardtlon of
siglnd to out the ( control wIthiW the studte l. e hff m 1 ethe a 13 es

Croy has made up ia ms l ers from each station ht e Chr Chunch in oa W.
about TV He'lldo it omn couj A L ass will be held at the
probably theis fall Theft's filml ata aom levats aChErl 8:b a.m. and imme-
no format though he doesn't .. to elap the we of the dsate atewards the bmhtng
want to follow the pattern of his 'ept' at hW., 0 eat usr- ai d .rsutrir4Io. .f Ut. Antho-.,

a afie v sUz" ew takte place.r
initial cost of C new T'le-' This Ha Got To Go Dept.:
ino Holywomd wM be tM LA TET W
=* n Fal e wd l be u ... ... .WW
-t Who's Nf W-d FALSE TEETH
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I, Activ ii e s -.


sfl^ Metes mei a iutratton and non- 1 se: m
t lsted officers leader-, tr-ble tSo'
B- M M -A pl atdpped forth to art ew .
reeeive their degree front Uo W. ie
Friday afternoon th, R gav review for Admiral Bled- Henry F. Taylo, Commanding o i ,
aoe Marching ou. in Shl beet nltary form, the B.HZ. Bat- Oficer. e P
ralton really "shined," even though the rain come down in tor- I. Col. Myron D. emith.l a l M 10
Frnt. Commandant, U8 ARCARIB dom, Csma i
Company C, ucln g command of Cadet Captain Mike Me- School, after extending his o- 1 when he 14. s
Nevin received their .a-eeks company competition ribbon gratulatilo, Introduced the to life as ant
frnm the admiral. Coin" spossot Marie Di Bella and guidon guest speaker, Col. Robert P. holdup alayin of gruov
bearer Charlie McConnlf ilwem p to receive the onor. Altnder. Comnpnding Officer. rlema n
Field Night wL be / 3. It Mount Hope Stadiom at 7 l70th Engineer Amphlbtou Sup-
pmi. A combinet o thef B.S. and C.H.S. Battalions will port Regiment, and former Hawk ,* no WSW a.
march in competition for the mucn h longed-for awards. opertsiond officer connected vear fig t fo r--
ASSEMBL! with SHAP as well as parti- hind bkrs m His eamOW
Friday morning the student. gatheredd for a Pep Assembly. cipant Ia the recent atomic ed the U. Ba. Supre"m Colt-
Coach Mosey introduced AbdWel Fynn and Don Morton, our energy tests in the Pacific. wa" sent back ftyK "Tbg and pitcher, and they demonstrated their prospective In a brief talk he described had. IM .n 2.e all kM 0 s.
skills. Then Dave Henderson showed the different coaching the many progressive methods molesp. "tat"
signals. now employed by the Army. and neas ftrin s t
The cheer leaders led us in some peppy cheers. We ended the graduates' role of learning = I"-s -p S i t-t -L -
the Pep Rally with our favorite cheer, the echo cheer: B-A-L- and improving On these me- -he did o a trilwat m a
G-0-A thods. he was convicted.
GAME Th_____ <_
rhat night the red & white piled onto the train to go to file
Cri.tobal. Although the team did not win, they played a good Army E uieM ers d l oita f0,1
game The final score was -1.. 1, *A L- .i .yAawk a.
On the train coming Lbk we found Pat Stleoner, Jane Jen- TC Bu I 10 Mo1IE Crtda pa orr1ed
niton Peggy ana Kitty LO Carloe Jaramillo, Paye Tucker and Court paIned o red
Ken Knight, E a Hart and Jimmy Jones. Ho0s itaI For VA nd a
EXCHANGE StUIDENTS 'ospitak Fo VA bond. s
Friday wep a day of great events. B.H.8 and C,H.8. ex- WASHINGTON, March 18 -
charged studentU to discover what the other school was doing. The Army Corps of engineers Is Hawk said that if he wle ./
Pat'l Wnltlclck, Mercedes Petersen and Margaret Joustra visited 'scheduled to complete construe- fight against retuh tom -r- .-'4
us ft )m Cristobutl We sent Ray Davidson, Ed Armatead, Keeny tlon this year on ten more hos- son, he will open a, t llo.s.
Lee and Larry Cotton. pltitl and a hospital addition fdr In tNe memtmtme he add, -:
This was the first of this kind of experiment but since It the Veterans Admaistration. the will pay a visit to hiS himml l
wac such a big success, it won't be the last. Department of the Army an- o. Mar ville, Mo.
EXAMS nounced recently. -_ ------
Saturday morning the College Board Exanis were given in When completed, the hospitals (M ..1 i
the high school library. Successful results are necessary to will make aSilabfe a total of wWW
enter numerous colleges in the States. Beth Lockridge, colla 7.088 beds. The dost of the con- At G.aim Per "
Goo in. Jane Mllion, Tin Bach and Ken Pitman were among struction is more than $108.000,- I vat= I r "5
the hiopefuls. 000. '
Today Miss Jesaup's senior English classes were given the With the completion of these The former commissary 1Abut
College English Placement Test.. This shows whether you should 11 projects, the Army Corps of in at Oatun Is benag offered fA
be put into Freshman or Advanced Engllish in college. Engineers win have constructed sale by the Panama Canal Co m
NATIONAL ENOMB 800 CET 42 out of 44 hospital projects for pany.
The NHB Initiation will be fela tomorrow during third pe- the Veterans Administration Bidq on the building will be re-
riod. The new members are: Richard Abbott,, Edith Beauchamp, since the program began in 1946. celved until 10:30 o'clock In th
Raymund De Pazedes, Joyce Cheatlo, Fred Bill, Carnm Mann, conltruetion on the other two morning of March 27 at the 6 ,
Wiliam Kaska, Arline chmidt JWene Page, Joyce Collinge, No- has started. These will be corn- fce of the Superintendent -
rine Dillman, Judy McCoy and 8tron Garrison. Congratula- pleted in 1953. Storehouses at Balboa.
Prudy Sally Ackerman, Mike MeNqvin, Fred La and Irwin In- 218 or Jadwin ad, -
Fitik took thi M JB Icholairshn test. This scholarship has Dxctor Arrives one-story frame structure.
never been won finoVesrom the Zone. Here's hoping. 0 Ve e s ___ [ It h th n vna
JUNIDR-SNIO 4z He's hophig. V It has been vacant since IMS
Ux -CoA n.e... T oVeW jervIces July, when the Gatun complw-
ejfoyce Gartner and he? committee have a terrific banquet- .ary was related in the Ob-,
bail mined up for the Juniors and Seniors. The Tivol Hotel Is At Corgas, Clayton house building.
the spot and April'25 in the date. Hurry, boys, and get your a Shf \ o .
date nolIt I.Dr. Aleander J. Schaffer, a
Sant Ackenfan, editor of the Banquet-Bugle, premises a civilian consultant to the Bur- The bu^ld' wasc^ mte .rto be put out by the Zonian Staff. eon General's ffice, will ar- during Word orepl
SOCIAL M AESI rive in the Canal Zone tomor- the f8m1.?M O,'_to.,,f
hi p rt4 l Saturday night Bunny. DI Bella had in row to observe the medical ser- omm! r structure, wh ch *
20 hIs or her birthday Ainner party. Kay Crops, Eileen vice at Vort Clayton Army and at that time demolished because
Blaby. Ann Gorman, Marilyn Bevington, Mary Dillon and Gorges Hospital and to evaluate the dangersiwnvolved In its p
nmay others said it was a wonderful party. the medieal training program imity to ,etun Lonks.
'he Girl.' sate Alumnt made their quota to "send a ir ta the latter. Buildig18 will Inb
to Ir' State" at the dance Saturday night at the lks Cub. Dr. Sehater, who 1I t In B .al- "as is,
orchebtra aM mat eta ,&flh*n we nt up t tlae e MUPs U,. ta e-,-.
4WW sm etuewife t r C'Lie" about 18 daMi.
as e uan-ry Mar, Adell Morley ne aell and
Narbvy Web's *'sU- e doctor went to show what a bunch
of foolfe aB r l -are.
12 T R !! Read AR M eat It. The Sedle Ekaw h
AM. eno" Prissy as the p pgymat 7:30 pa. ThiE
6 A 4 d ae so_ A yen uhis get busy and mas ah t
Sbeys t b e.m h emnres saw it will be the bout dance
oft SOP go a f ilnest, Don't forget that Daisy
Ma said Little Abner will be crowned.

AmIh uSkKS*ool I. Altotet poo
SM i Die n. T. m'
,- -,- fMrs. Anee R. Penmo., former
Canal Zone redept d other
Prik O dIsm 'of Jack Peawrso a Qtu, died
March 11 In Frankldn, Tfqneamee.
DECATUR, Ind., Ma r c h 18 where she had lived since lear-
(UP) Amish f altS at near- ng the Isthmus ina 192.
by Bine said toddpthey would' Mrs. Pearson came to the Ca-
keep their one-roon school open:nal Zone in 1908 with her hus-
despite the protOe of some band, the late erbrt Pearson.
corianunity factIOs. who was chief in -ector In the
Critics lalim th ehool does Accounting Departiept, when
not meet Mstatautf-d and is he left Canal service in 1922.
costing the public school system She was active in local relU-
mnoney. gious and civic activities and was'
;one of the early membran of the
Two lawsuits are pending. One Christian Science Church.
charges the Amdk school board,
with operatih ; a "julic nut- pupils do not attend.
ane." The ow charges .n-P. At Indianapolis. Wilbur yun.f
strtictor David 0o5d, 21. with Stae Superintende. t of t.blic
teaching German in violation tf mnstructlon. laid he has not yet
i s t f lawt. .i approved the school beautM "no
rd s the son of Peter information was furnhed me
rod. bishop of the ect atD Berne., about how the school was set up,.
hich consists o 25 families. i the teaching staff, or the curri-
The Glrods sflted the school1 culum."
for about 30 pupIl last fall In an _________________
abandoned summer kitchen on BEDS DFMnED AtW.
the Orod farm. BAST T. LOUIS. It (U -
According to the Junior Chamber
In the "public nuisance" Ault, of Commerce monthly pubUea,
Wabash Townhip trustee L A. tion,"A Communist beleve as.
Mann charged that the public saa is the ideal spot on earth, but
schools are losing W,000 a year- lives in our country because he
tn state aid because the Amish likes to rough it."

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m'n:.',er. The former middle-
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a Sor0 of co-manager for me
sine' 1944 and had received 11
per cent of my purses." Graziano
said he severed relations with
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WHO'S ON FIRST?-a r Casey Steng.l, rear, I up to his knees in first basemen at the Ne
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Mole, Joe Collins, Jbhnny Hopp, Kal Segrist, Don lOweg, and Clint Weaver. (NBA)

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The "Reading Rifle" found th. et'
tay in an exhibition baseball game t A ftath
Carl Furillo, who hails from At Lak ntd,
Reading. Pennsylvania, clubbed Brig ma
two singles and a triple aa. the D0trt to h
Brooklyn Dodgers walloped the the tem h
Phtladelphia A's scrub team, 19 ter .,
S to 5. Ra!ph Sranca, making his The T e6
first appearance since serving up dri It
the home run ball to Bobbv the part t.ema ail*1
Thpmson last fall, held the A's mrke l of e
to two hits in the first three In- spring the a's
,nings. Joe Coleman started for scrubs. ..
the A's and took the loss. hth
Dodger Manager Chuck Dress- lefty Chet, I
en was annoyed when, the only to"n Red
Philadelphia regulars to show up Boston
were Eddie Joost and Hank Maj- enton. I j
eskl. Dr6ssen says he will p iU ames.f
the same trick today. The. enly lim fal f
regulars the Dodges will tase the Brav
against the A's at West Palm al Lea uern i
Beach will be Pee Wee Reese and run in the
Andy Pafko. walk stlei bwl
-- enant's double.
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. a one-hour hearing, approved ---
, the fight. It also approved Graz- -7 e ,Fifteen or more fast fellows e
ioo s ho'r tio license and a man-t
v,," license for Irving Cohe. dedicated a good slice of last with
SDoweek ed to rGeh ann Suspende dousing a little more
Se rapidity out of the motorbikes on by
S' Icf Dilsina For< *which each hopes to become *. .
Pacific Divisional For Missing Track Meet I5spthshrdayh night bon a
Isthmus Friday night. ball
-ll e e_ -Most of the week end's work jur
consisted of vivisecting motors, Pl1c
SLCLEVELAND, March 18 (UP)- ill for Don to leave her for a few and rebuilding them with guile- delp
Former Wisconsin star Don hours, she should have been in ful improvements schemed for ning
Gehrmann has been suspended bed-not answering telephones.' speed. e
by the registration committee of Ferris says he believe Gehr- Tomorrow night the upshot
STANDINGS the Northeastern Ohio AAU for mann's suspension will be lifted of hours of tuning over the Ri
failing to compete in the Cleve-! if the track ace submits a doc- week end Will get a tryout on le W
S TI. AM.- Wo'n I "st P0.i land Knights of Columbus meet tor's certificate proving his wife the championship course at- the
m.*'my QM .. .. .. 4 1 .00 last week. i was ill. Says Ferris: "I advised the Olympic Stadium. in a
Commissary. ... 2 -50 The suspension means Gehr- Don to send the committee a' Riders are going to have a at E
C'tral Labor Office 6 2 750 mann cannot run anywhere un-] doctor's certificate. I imagine he! practice session there, and offi- Alli
. Navy Ordnance .. 6 2 .50 til after he -appears before the will when he gets around to it." cials of the meeting are going to *four
a Corozal Sales Store 4 3 .571 National AAU in New York. It- have a sort of dress rehearsal of Revy
,t- Post Office .... 3 3 .500 will be up to the National AAU) Pa r the racing regulations they have wall
w- A vmy Si'nal. .... 2 4 .333 to lift the suspension or see that -1 r= i"at drafted for the occasion. Wlls
JFaidin Division.. 2 4 .333 it sticks. After tomorrow night, there a tr!
or Konbh Sales Store. 0 6 .000 Gehrmann was to have com-| will be more tuning sessions, de- sing
hl Electrical Division 0 6 .000 peted in the one-mile event at in S 1Ver City dictated tosqueezing a few more store
th the Cleveland K. of C. meet last! mph out of say, a 500 cc pot. Hay
eci Friday. That afternoon, Don in- ei af! Of the 15 entries so far receiv- Tom
e- NEXT GAMES formed track officials that his SWIlminleei ed for the championship, *Ray ingt
Wife was ill and he wouldn't be Magan remains favorite by vir-
Today: Army QM vs Armyable to compete. In te presence of a crow tue of his form on the similar
.E Sip -I" National aAU secretary dan Int presecoa crow f of'trak atCelia StadiumoPfd
E iro. Post Office Ferris upheld Gehrmann's ex- about 500 spectators the Intra- Magan knew more about the
SKob be Sales Store. cause but Cleveland meet director mural Swimming Meet of the! game than anyone else that day. p '
SThirsday: CLO vs. Electrical Ed McHugh says Ferris didnV Silver City elementary School! But those he then left tum- l P
1 rwi a s.. ic know all the details. McHugh was conducted on Saturday! bling in his dust have learned A411
Friday: Building Division essays he called Gehrmann's home March 15. from that experience, and will
a Ordnance. Divisio in Milwaukee and that Mrs. Every classroom in the school learn a bit'more in todrIrow JUCL ...In what app as
S ,,v rne nce. .r i. -Gehrmann answered the tele-1 kindergaTten through sixth grade night's practice. to acl act is really a
o S:40urdav, 3 p.m.: Army Signal' a w s r present cixt"" "- i pwild momft during the Newi
.. S,' ales Store, mmy phone. was represented, and altogether, White, Fox and Hidalgo are wild memst d -ag the -ew win
Post Office vs. Army Quarter : Says McHugh: "If she was too, there were 324 kids taking heart. three who showed plenty of York University-tordham bRe- row
0 rest am ffee vs. Army Quarter- i The events included races -ahd speed at Col before off at the 6th Regi-
'novelty events.orburningeout. ;ment Armotr in Manhattan, As g1t
na. :30 a.m. sa Corozal-- .................T hampon teams for each Eager o return to the ront the unidentified Fordha play- Bra
Sls St-re vs. Commissary. .grade level were: of a race again Eddie Ar- er hit the deck, he caught the T
S stead dogged lat ely by engine ball with his toes. momentarily Mu
F T KindarGarten. Mrs.Johnson b16 trbe, nou It of practice for u ts ugggA t.
LEADING BATSMEN Frst Grade, Miss Blngharn 14 that reason. Fordhsm wont59-57( IA)
0 Second'Grade, MiliBennett 13 Kraemer, whose Harley-David- pie
1 AB H Ave.. Third Grade, Miss aDron.. 15 son looks an unwieldy track bike '
1 A. vn 'CLO .. 23 16--- Fourth Grade. Mr. Daley.. 15 compared to the lighter British
1- o!-(CLO) .. 28 16 .571 Fifth Grade, Mr. Brown... 23 c machines, collected second place _. "-
1 F. Pralta NO). .. 28 15 .536; Sixth Grade, Mr. Cockburn 15 ito Magan at the Col6n meet by C y T Preent
0 V. Wilson AS). 21 1 .476 the ruse of remaining'resolutely
V 1. Foir's o AS) 21 10 .476 Stars of the grades were: upon his machine throughout T A ';,. .,,. I
0 0 Burrows Ci" .. 31 14 .452 Kindergarten. Arturo Edwards the race, while the rest were w "S
,0 Fno (TCIOt).. 25 11 .440, .and Marcus Beverly. toppling like television rustlers.
M. (i' n iNO ... 19 8 .421 First Grade, Robert Duncan The same trick might serve The Catholic Youth Organiza- |
L. Ed"hill' CLO' .. 22 9 .4fA3 and Yvonne Brayton. Ihim well Friday night. tion will hold a track and field
T .T emrnitt |PO) .. 20 8 .400' Second Grade. James White Apart from form favorites meet at La Boca Saturday,
6 1 ton (CLO 25 10 .4001 and Annett Fredericks. there is the fickle handicapper March 22.
B. SeClmn n PO) .. 23 9 .391 Third rade, Joseph Evelyn, Lady Luck to consider. Among the many track stars
P. Pec'lf" iC ... 30 9 .333 Ronald 'arker and Mavis Say- Spills and engine trouble can who will compete in female
( r Jo d n (ClO 24 8 .333 ory. make form picking an unreward- sprint champion CPrlota Good-
0 C Grc. ve, CLOT.. 26 8 .308 Fourth Grade. Gasphine Ed- ing enterprise in speedway rac- en. It was at a CYO track meet
D. Las hley (NO) 23 7 .3041 wards and Rudolph Levy. ing. that Carlote first displayed her
-t Ff~th Grade. Lionel Fergus and Any one of the 15 entries is sterling qualities as a topnotcn
"0Plt HOME RUNS -Patricia Clarke. likely to come through with a sprinter.
0 AICST HIOME RUNS 8xith Grade Melbourne Clarkei streak of seed and luck which CYO track and field organiz-
0 and Rosa Davis. could confound any forecasts, ers are expecting other high
S eostr ICLO) 5; 0. Burrows The Imost outstanding and track stars to be discovered at
0C, promlslng swimmer of the meet Saturday's meet.
0 was Ga.phtne Edwards of Mr. f A large crowd is expected 'to
S 1.1DTNG PITCHERS '.- B Daleys fourth Grade. attend the meet.
-o ,'I; PITCHERS- Ofilalng at the meet were
0 T \V'7- Won Lost Pet.' Miss V. Sympson, Messrs. H. -
A. HVv iro (AQM, 3 0 1.000 HOOF BEATS-Barefoot Boy, Parker, 8. Joseph. S. Loney. A. AT BURBANK:
E A. S."o- iBD) 2 0 1.000 his powerful legs churning, Imerv,'H. Brown, L. Ward. O.
0 A. Dnvi 'NOi .. 1 0 1.000 kicks up plenty of dirt as he Smith and V. Lawrence. Indians 000 024 100-7 6 1 R i
P, rn -- LO, 1 1000; round? the final firn ,m.n hic way The meet lasted for two hoursBrowns 000 000 71x-8 10 2
S ,.LO I 0 I 000 to vwi.,i ,i ,.r, J.:,,ckey ad despite the large number of Gromek., Rozek (41. Chakales
1 5 1 .833 Marshall i,, Iin.:dl, the children the events were run off 16', Fahr 18' and Hegan: Byrne.
0 4 1 .800 rein. ..\LA) in an orderly manner. Sleater 161, Taylor. Paige C7i and
.n 2. 1 .667 Courtney. Homers: Cleveland-
S- Fridley and Rosen.
c ii" ',n a o vd N v O rd -
,:-2 hrillc-r vPsterdav, AT CLEARWATER:
S. a-d scramble for a
S ,, I, i,'ir.teFm cham- Cardinals 10000211001-6 9 0
W. ,f- thr ten-teamI, Phillies 120 101 000 00-5 13 7
: ri i-.,nl Softball Loop. Rupert. FPresko 41. Ludwig (7).,
1 Brown limited Ord-t % Beard (8'. Blaylock (10" and
S i" rt vhile L Otis. Fusselman, Barn: Miller, Demp-
Spitliher rationed the sey (6;. Church (9).HaMien ( 11)
I'..' to iiv, safeties. e and Burgess. Homers: St. Lou
SGorman; Philadelphia-MiMler ,
T. o,-,\ rte follows Mayo.
,',,-,.,,- AB R H r I/ AT ST. PETERSBURG:
a F',' .."- ', 2 1 Senators 200 002 001-5 S 1
,r. l'e: s ... 2 0 0 Yankees 201 2a3 0o---8 16 1
'F 3C r .. .. 3 0 0 Your hair will be Haynes, consuegra (4), Ferrick
S' I' .. 2 1 1 (71 and Klut*s, Graso: Reyn-
D T,.',.3 0 1 olds, McDonam 4s), cMelvey
S,,,' n rn-r,, c 3 1 handsomer by far (a o,l Mill"er (8a 4 Koul.
r 3 0 1
S B-. p .. 2 0 0o when you treat it to AT TAMPA:
T,> .23 3 5 Vaseline' Hair Tonic.' '- Athletics 112 9 al -5 10 32
Reds it 21t00t-A 9 2 ItoiliiMl- abSbdtMtes eeil.
I \av, Ordnance- AB R H Just use a few drops Burtchy, M(4), Kucab (7) 111 M U&t nMh JWM sUS,
i....o. ... .. 3 0 0 and Murray; Ohkwell, Jordan uS 1n A.1-.ediniug tHet l ow f ns
S. r,'~. .. ..1 0 i day...then see / to ninth ()t tad Roa. VM9al1 *nW-Seead W-e1Mt" a. ma~
A C,I.-' ......... 3 0 C'-0; m lskwbMU.M
p' *., ... 0 3 the difference! AT --DSNTOM __ ,__ f tegm wT" .UVis
p .... ..! ..... o3Res.4s f100 (S 000-I 4 4 ***
'.I .... ...... 3 0 0 s~ ll0 Ml 29x2 S 2 a" *M11 f. Wd tnn
L O. i ......... 3 oo Buy a bet.le toda1i HaeN Br1rsrfl -ad NtSes gar p-gpaimt 111111
S[ uitero 2b .. .... 3 0 1 .Whte; fit seols M) and d iTh M a ~ 2
A. HnFan ss ..... 3 0 1 46"gl. a SSih ia year tadr-4l-tr
-*.2 1 1 ,t r-. ; I 1 4 jmef at ,f*?SekS?S.!^alp
P'rlta. lb........ I 1 0 AT I0 : m LJ g
Bernal ... .... 0 W"

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t the 0 V"tllade.ti AtI ftrst

ir wRs stVrttek on the left leg
a line Ldrive ani T-*t1- *
e. outfielder Wally FPOt was
"k In tie face 4sy a thrown
before the game. Neither -
is considered serious. Evell
ckwell gare up all five Phlla-
phia runs in the first five in-
gs Two of the runs came on
Zernial'd home run.
ookles Andy Ca ey and Arch-
rilson chipped hi with five of
New York Yankees .16 hits
n 8-5 win over Washington
it. Petersburg. Double no-hit
e Reynolds worked the first
Innings to get the win.
nolds allowed two runs,
ced three and struck out one.
son collected two singles and
Iple while Carey smashed two
les to stretch his hitting
ak to seven games. JOa
Vnes. Sandy ConsueprA apd
Ferrick worked for Wash-
on with Haynes the loser.

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Day Tomorrow
Pedro Miguel swihMinnR pool
I be closed all 4y totner"
Sfor eleaning, wB an-
unced today by the Phy*ie-
Education and ReGieathlm
The *work will be 0one by the
antelpal DivisW fofteg and
wiu expefted that It
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AAA0SOTA, fia. The prtbabilitles are We hae been the
test of Theodore Samuel Williams, an event the Wtid may be
"pPetl to *urvi e with no fatal eenvuselson. yet it & l mak
Passtag of one of the trftl frat hitters of kt Me, the
ut of the rare, esoterle .400 breew. .
The Red Box slugger comes up for .eindudtion in the lM-
tes April 2 n Jacksonville, his .papers have been transfefred
rmn the Boston district and, since he appears to be speetactog -f
ly fit and the present Pentagon view toward name athlete* w-
SR what it Is, sensitive and squeamish Frank Erikson, W e
e still in action, woul4 make him D put favorite to re4ai8 klls
old uniform. .
WUim shared hi= 1boil L 11 s41h
R-stat an e0of re areolhet. o ext..-
Inli.g X rays, who doubt that he Is qualified to het, the
t ri -4it ndards. but the se a s e Ba oqx 10 f taf ,
am- t o tiev aren't going to hye 5g0 of the et
I .. Wllian was In naval aviation for threkBYa is at,-while
s contributions to actual combat were not 0o datsnplceus as
to win him a chair at the signing of the peace tVUea (peace
treeries, the man says...) there must be times when he wonders
whyv in a country so rich in young men power he must be call-
et up again.
I Naturally, you hear no beets out of him. Not publicly, any-
tlbw. An even more punishing case Is that of the Yankees'
anty Coleman, who had three years of savage action, flying
0)ame 50 missions, and is up for reinduction the same day as
Wilhamau At least Williams got a chance to establish himself
aud make big money out of baseball. Coleman Is just reaching
that as e. How come they aren't calling back 8gt. York? Man
got a,.pull somewhere?

He's Been Slumping Since'48
Assuming that Williams goes, as everyone around here does,
whc.h explains manager Lou Boudreaus .nonsense In batting
him second. It will be in mid-September in '65 when he gets
back and he will be 36 years old... And by then he Isn't going
to be of much help to any club.
Williams was at his peak when he went into the service in
'43. He had had successive years In which he hit .344, .406 and
.356 He was still close to top fohn when he got back. He led
the leUgue hitters in '47 with .343 and again the next year with
.36W. But that was his last great year. From then on he start-
el wo drop back gradually but surely, as the year by shrinkage
at his over-all average shows. This average was .354 at the end
0.t the '48 season, and there were only three better onls in the
entire book. These belonged to such old-time stalwarts as Ty
Cobb, Joe Jackson and Rogere Hornaby. In '80 Williams skid-
ded to .317 for 89 games; last season he was only .318 for 148.
Now 8tan Muslal of the Cardinals has passed him by a fraction
In the all-time figures. There Is no mistaking the portents Wil-
liams-has seen his best years.
t ob true that Williams will be remembered only
agS is like saying all the world remember about
L 'A b h could sing: stull and all, for a Ball of Famer
(he can ahreel miss) he had few other attributes. An ordinAry
Ilelder, not distinguished as a base runner and certainly not
notable for team play or competUtive mt.
But at the plate the old game never saw many that were
bteter. In '41 he Jolned the nMte .400 circle, in '42 he won bat-
unit a Triple Crown, leading t ah league in hitting, driving In
runs and hommr and In *4 he d d It again, something no other
American Leaguer has ever do*, by the way, and only one in
the Natmonal. Hornsby. ,

Bi)Maggio Helped His Club More
Amlon his contemporaries in the American League Joe Dl-
&Magib w ita ntnly rival. DlMagg o 4Ould't hit with ilM but
he eud 4d more things bette and he was more vlvaWe to
hi team. Irea Could never say Williams was the spark pim of
tr.e Pe- BSa, but there. never was a time you couldn't sy DI-
Mapto wasn't. That was the difference between *A l% the
matter of winite pennants. It was a vital ond.
Whllams esldln responded to the big moment. thoa ene
,of us will I paet the ball he knocked out of the Wbilt
park to' w e A-tar gae In the ninth inng with e
.Aiiericaa Leaguers trailing. Generally, though., failed to
prodOuce when the blue chips were down. To be charitable about
this G.d lave been due as much to trying too bard as try-

VM UP m World Saes, '46, a=d hit an unprepros-
Ue Oit ct hothing bSlter than a silnle. In the '48
J mt t S he wa held to .*ne hit, a
net, -sijq e he on RedL a error, a two-bas blunder
o a fIIA raw. And -tS '4 when tined ion esame
toto w one of the fla. "o. gaes

n it IUke thn ith'ade Mnaie f sald to
r unhaDt adr pasd oen am la l ths.4 t aIbed'

Seame wiol rie q i
fi ,m- hive Uttfle UflifH on hU

l hool wa w enwld A e S-
da putafed eH tld th

ed thIt he wl rtH il ft8
oft the fmo ar the high
ehool.ob we. pilot,
was neot aT* u I
In9r. et it Is 6t 1 wl o
Switch addy euai, eRe that
- a Larrshag hated 8 ldy.
The hih .sleol a k wil be
sIport by i bate *ete
ft.a rndhot eone it adilan sm
Iek tea. These aI have
been the hbit nuna l assn len1 0

id bar

Af mt l ew faces Sp6tHiht toest lfatie el
P M ger Charlie Dressn plins te 6
sime elt t enished the 1951 cempai|g, stoo'-
ine 4:dfiN Ii composed of. left. Jackie Rob i,
Il #odlt'nr bile; Roy Campanella, catcher; erily
rd base; k Od Pe Wee Reese, shortstop. (NBA)

haav"d tieata EddLei
poleon ad ac have o n*
The Ore Wae have to Atlantic Li a
count on enty Philip s Larn-
naga, and Manuej Re-y for most --
of their hits. They hae been STANDINGS OFP t1E 1 Aun Wall and Chase; Didler and .L
lued all maon i TEAM- Won Lost Pet. Cunningham.
imlt i tinittle M ott's ..'.. e.7s o ....s
been about the best of the squad. Powilr's .a ... .. $ -
Gains time is 7 p.m. at the a vo s .a
Balboa Stadium, and fns re re- 'r rlt ... .. 5 .s95 LITTLi OTTA S DEEAT
/nMfd that anFUstllauePlice Pal .a a POWELL'S
Slrsnthe al ridiague te" -l Under the leadership of Carl
S uesta ot atoa are H t POWELL'S ANDf P OUC AL Newhard the Little Motta's prse-
i l baiulme. PLAY TO Etically cinched the second half
b____me. In another extra Ilning ame title of the Aiatntlc Little League
the Pwell's and Pollee als by handing their closest rivals,
J playedto a 4 to 4 tie. the Powell's nine, a 4 to 3 de-
Charlie Leves and Charlie fiat.
J Fr en e h, pitching opponents, Gary' Maly, the winningest
hurled very nelvd [, Lpves allow- ptchedo In the yeaue, and Keith
Sing seven hits wie French gave Kulig, In his 'first start of the
i up but s."y vear, both hurled excellently.
Iju I ll Don Smith, outfielder for the ar& allowed three hits while
e Powell's, had two hit for the Kel allowed but two hits.
day, while Charlie French hadl Mike Brians, freeman Burgess
three hits, two of which wee and Tommy MCllough
HALLANDALE, Fla., March 18 doulhew drivlIe in three a us safely for Powell's while Keith
(U ) -Jokey ltehard A. Thomi- fofr tuns for Poweft's.'_ Mountain and Jimmy 7 ooks
son, 2S, of Jeffesetville, Ind., 'Billy Dolan had a perfect day banged out the Motta's two safe
was thrown off his mUtnt In at bat for the Pollee nine. Urn- blows of -the game.
Gulfstream Park's fourth raise pire-in-chief Vie May called the Managr Harr Dockery and
yesterday, and another horse same after the seventh Inning pitcher Wayne Wall were absent
se naped te his face, IagringI because of darkness. due to UInes,
thetjoey eriticlly, IgSore by Innings: ooi. byl lIngap:
Thupot, em eternal Great Police Pals 0 2 0 1 0 l-4 e's 0 002 0-
which was run ot en the ftl Powells 00 0 0 1-4 Ottas 0, 0 x--4
abeurt fifth orat lat thethA* C. 1ies and Puinbo; andh oiRs and H fi : Maloy
eighths ,ole pulled up O the and ,CulW. and s.
horse when he g" shut off. As --- -
he pulled up, Sternal Geat
stumbled, throwing Thompson in LARRY DIDIES HURL8 WIN POLICE PALS SCORES WIN
the pask of horse. OVER MOTTA'8 OVER M AI AR
Phydlrians at Mollyweed Heos- Larry Didler pitched his team, The Police under the able
pital said aplrenty a horse the Margarita All Stars to a 2 to leadership of po Tully, de-
caught him "solidly" dl the face i victory over the powerful Met- feted the Ma Itt All Stars by
with a foot. He was not expected ta's nine. Larry pitched brillt- the soeots of 3.
to live, the hospital port antly, hurling a neat three-hit- Barry Da ed on the
Eternal Great did not go dew. ter to become the second pitcher mound for ttlse 0a nine. Billy
Thompson, just out ofhis aP- in the league to earn a win over Dolan, outfM of the Pals.
prenticeship, had his first win- the Motta's. cleared the ith a line
nor at Charles Town, W. Va., Wayne Wall of the Motta's also double to en In the third
March 6 1951. He has had mete hurled brilliantly, striking out 11 Inlin Ad em boring on a
than 10e winners since then of the Stars and allowing but p assed b ro d.
without a spill until yesterday. three hits. Tonay am starred
A line single to right by Billy at bat for S e iarlts team,
FIRE AND BRIMSTONE Gibson scored John McOraw while RoSpy rred afield
ROYAL9TON Mass. (UP)- from third base in the second in- Young Don re. leaving
Town records show that when in ninR and a sharp single to left his firs game e outfield for
176 Katurah Babcock. 1, was bhy Perkins scored Chuck the Pal, t several field-
struck dead by lightning, her c rawford from second base In ing nes, his teammate,
fate was held up as an example the third. Perkins, Gibson and rak Leved at short-
of divine punishment for non- Mel Field were the only 8tiIrs to t. Both l sda figured
attendance at church. connect safely., while Dick Phil- higy n the, victory.
lps and Charlie Chase hit safely .
for the Motta's. Chase having Seem by :
ig rwr of the t.,hree hits. Police PtCalr 4 o 0 1 0-5
SScore by innings: Mararita 1 0 1 0 0-2
fg1 P Sre m.s. Lte otta's0 0 0 0 0 0 1-1 Daviso- an d O ia; Crawford
U F1 MIooN PrMMUe Dman Margarita 01100 0--2 and E. Ounningham
you ST.havenaim firond

heart.c-heso. shon breach, In-
distrion, pAlpltatlon and swollen
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w iomse wth Ask your
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Fireme .. .. .
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8 9,. West ank 4. Mi :,, m4 I .. .. j,
S ,9 0 e l-f I e ,d-e. 7, I s g e .'
PIth 4 37tbh 1. Leole we v. ,- -r -.-.. .
Cersal 7, Signal Totals ........ e3 s
The 33d Infantry continued Ht Parktm t ee at ui3I e- S W
OIEng ways Sunday aftentad4 aevene -l 3 te 5 oSK-yemwam .. II
scorn its seventh straighten y s 4-.. 6e viatey ..... I I

ba League by defeating the At- Lamokes to blte rung of asWl .. I
ltcSctoronine 7 tl.' the laddnr. Ialr Leon started s.Dwf6, I-1b j
The 504th Field Artillery Bat- for Sears, ~a wAS relieved byT. C .. .. I I J
tl .n remained t. ht on the MeKeown in the sixth. RandlIp a .. 1 0
Thees of the InfantryMn as they was, the tia I rter for the I e"k, If 0 6
all but knocked the 370th MABR Smokies, Ktav takn over in Orwrd, lb.. 0
out of the running with a 4-2 the seventh i me to e charg- Pearson, ri ... 1
verdict. It was the seventh win in ed with te I. lsema 0 0 0
a eow for the 504th since their The Catalc scored sin- .. '
defeat at the hand of the In- le runs ln first, fourth and Totals ........ M2 4 11 -
fantry on the opening day of the fifth InnnI O four hits, three
seod round. of which wireoof the scrateh var-I1 e
Wth the d f. t ety. As the -Aamtles came to bat Firema 00 B l0 t 0
t ChMallengnoh ga C rto o in th teop of the th, It loked ears 100 1 .
Solo and a the 4fh Rlon ta ts with the-sfe e to 0. However,I aBtted far *Twe
tsnce Battalion moved in with in recent k lames, the when w _ofind.
bt fifth win gatts two de- Firemen wa s aede te ralli e nini f.. I
ts to keep the hopes aive that had the entire stands cheer- L I.
Coco Solo defeated the it ing for thea, aad yesterday's Stbr .Ai l of
round champ one, the AlbIO ame was no ion. I i. I ( I ,.l
yers r 7 to a n d fthe 48th got hn eder. firt hbettcr in th e f -fI s _
ed a 9 to 4 vlctoy er Weith drTw a basO on 1.
.ank. In other gme p~tyed schoeh bounced s hit to right. l mLeft m
over the week end Corol- but ear feld4s the ball a d 8-, Sears1 Si a, ,.
led Signal deeper i to e threw wild to third, aohneider wate h 4 sd t
with 7a to5 rn sd the 76thl scoring the first Smokie ruv, M _KeiwA 3 aftd O M 3:
AAA ained a 1 to 9 decision with Schoeh pulling up at see- sad -I 1- erI
over the QSAAA end. Webb t rew a walk. Meee- in 1-s. R
Wednes schedule has Co- own came on to relieve Roy Wat- gelke. eor-Relly. t.e
co Sole at 3d, West Bank t on. Terry watched a .thrd strike. oGme.-l:0.
Spinal, AtlanticseQtor at Coro by. Lfors tied the seore by
7.51 Albrook at Oth, 330 t ..en ball down the rluht field
SS4th e iat 8 l ioons .ad e or eles triPle. i, ntn hi S .
the" 4th reeerng the bye. followed with a walk. The Bmotie
H Syob,a threat ended as MeW own- r.e-
Mere_ tired the nextwo 6ters on t- I
"I hp- 'ayedSsc &btto right. lo S ft l on"
rears won the bn lSM Ba-@ ,

l n dp tl sf wth run after two were out. giu M S
with a7toWin d t h lc pitched a pfiee game 3as nrun iadai
AA gid 1t d cisi far as he went. allowing only rn va ner
Sfour hits and striking ouWelghtd o .wl-. -a.- n rI1
This boy is a much better hurler The bo score:
than his 1- record idieatee G- A B. 3
Roy Watson was effective untilU ,4or rt -- A
Wthe stath when he weraknedad W Wine i" ". 4
Tommy Mcteown took over. .ai-.a .4 1
Leading hitter for the da was Trower .........
Buddy Linfors with tWO smles 8else, 3b ....".. .
and a triple in three qrles. Roy Martina, ....... i .
t \ Watson ease up with two out of Cisneros, ...".. ; L
four trips. Martin, b...... .... 3 t
n wo Pederson, p ........ 2 n

0 FALSE TEETH Total ............ s
\ow493the 0 wi la ltuardia, lb....
Need Not mborrns Hunter, o t..........
White rf .C0.00Im 2 0
Manry wunafer f bs so w *.Priln ibe..-
StP rl,, mi ii w w al *t H art, s--p.......... 2
S'tuit the wrong tt be0i ~I~sfEar Flumach, 2b ........ 2 1
-.--H *** of --. a l.. ..... .. .
dw. on vour ptet da eMae rhall, 3b ........ 6 1
,. -"-----au_ mo. w d~mr M se et ar. Caldwell. cf ........ 1
.. able De~ not sour e I Pier80on, t- .......
-nturbm Ge t Toras -. al
Si .Totals .. .. .. .. .. 1 1 2

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US Travel Curbs

On Red Envoys

Start Smoothly t

WASHINGTON, March 18 (UP) "Let the people
State Departament controls
on Russian travel in this coun- r.\1 i -i.t ENrH YEAR
try have gotten off to a smooth -
start while similar curbs on Ru-!
manan diplomats have b e e n
tightened, it was disclosed today.
The Soviet embassy has no- I
titled the department for the
first time under the new reta- U M
liatory control order that two
of its officials want to go to
New York. Formal diplomatic
notes to that effect were re-
ceived Thursday & Friday and
were approved, in effect, wenr y ,
the department raised no 6b-
The officials were not identifi-' WASHINGTON, March 18 (UP)
ed. Rep. Overton Brooks (D., La.)
The Sbviet notification gave said today that the United
the required data on itinerary, States has "failed dismally" on
destination, stop-over points and the warplane production front
duration of the journey, and probably is turning out
The travel order requires Rus- fewer than 1,000 jet planes a
sian officials stationed here to year.
notify the State Department 48 Brooks, second ranking De-
hours in advance of any trip to mocratic member of the House
be made outside a 25-mile Wash- Armed Services committee, told
Ineton area. the House that the "collapse"
Soviet military personnel are of jet plane production con-
reouired to report in advance to trasts with a generally good
U.S. Army, Navy and Air Force record of defense production.
liaison officers at the Defense To correct the situation, he
De artment. i c f h e urged the creation of a civilian
Thceived no notifications. The Ar Y e- commission responsible to con-
anceived no notifications. The Armyton gress to help increase combat
hed s etsla'sinfid"o on plane production and make sure
thes i er c.urbiRum- that scarce materials are not
nins hve beeurn in effect for funnelled into less essential
some time but came to light goods.
only tda by. Rumanian nd "During World War II," Brooks
nUgarian travel was restrict- said, "we met our production
ed here laon before regulations goal of 75,000 planes a year.
on the Soviets went into ef- "sut my guess now is that
feet last week. our production of jets is less
Officials reported that Ruma- than 1,000 a year and this at
iman travel has settled down to a time when our men are
movement between Washington fighting against terrific su-
and New York. That pattern was priority in numbers in the
established after the Rumanian swirling skies over Korea."
legation requested travel author-, -
Izations for Detroit, Cleveland'
and Toledo trios some time ago. I Nav VeSSels
The State Department--Be-.
fore cting on the requetm- At NAS Coco Solo
melately asked aoprov forv .. ..
American officials in Rumania A Navy task unit of three
to travel to three cities there. ships, with a complement of
"They lost Interest" in the re- 232 enlisted men and 19 of-
ouests and "almost every request fliers, arrived at the Coco Solo
sincf has been for travel to New Naval Station today en route
York," an official said. "We're from Cove Springs, Fla.
plite the game according to, They are the Raby, an escort
thtr Mules." vessel and two landing ships,
It-lnmposing the regulatlei on the LSS (L)-67 and the LSS
Russian, Hungarian and atiima- (L -68.
nian travel, this government em- During a three-day stop-over
phasized that the orders were in on the Isthmus, officers and
retaliation for Communist action, men will be granted shore
The Hungarian A m e r I c an leave and liberty.
travel dispute has gone off fairly -- ------
If anything, the Hungarian rriest rVely
probably are approving more re- .
guests for American travel in Intones prayers
Hungary than the United States
approves for Hungarians in this for Cell Dwellers
country. Panama City policemen yesa-
e e It r 30terday arrested a man wearing
Normal Traffic the robes of a pries a while he
n t was praying for the welfare
To Bey Resumed and security of the prisoners
S .o .S in the Carcel Modelo."
Tn Gaillard' The police said the robes be-
ing worn by the man, identi-
The detour on Gaillard High- fled as Elias Navarro, 25, had
way in front of the Civil Af- been stolen earlier from Fa-
fairs Building in Ancon will their Carrizo, pastor of the San-
be removed at 3:30 p.m. ta Ana Church.
Wednesday afternoon when Navarro was carrying the
normal traffic will be resumed priest's breviary and a chalne
In the area. It has been an- and was walking through the c
nounced by the Maintenance Chinese Cemetery on '"3
Division. Street muttering to himseff. ,
The work of replacing a box police said.
culvert under the highway. The man is to be examined
which necessitated the detour., to determine his sanity In the
has been completed ahead of psychiatric hospital at Matls c
schedule. Hernandez. t

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"Ask your T ey ensure regular easy
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Clans Congressman
While specific figures on U. 8. patric disclosed on Feb. 8 thht reasons may be back of the
plane production are not made the Air Force had cut back ite Wallere to predace combat
public for security reasons out- peak production goals from 91shes in qusatitles whleh w

ut of military planes of all 1,250 to 950 planes a month, need." Amen these, he sid,
types is said to be running at however, because of Mr. Tru- Are last mtnute changes In
the rate of 600 to 800 a month., man's decision to postpone the military planmitg.
How many of these are jets is target date for completing a
unknown. 1143-group Air Force. "On the other hand," he said,
Assistant secretary R. L. Gil- Srools said a number of "I belieye the failure to allot
critically short materials (for
plane production) has played a
N w* Bomuch more important part in
New Presidential Book Pokes the collapse of our jet produc-
tion program."
I "P^ *r Brooks cited news reports
Smoulderi Mn Poi tical Fires from Korea to the effect that
C7 American pilots outfought Com-
0 munist fliers although badly
KEY WEST, Fla. March 18. quarterbacking a Southern Dem- outnumbered.
(UP) A new, intimate book ocrat revolt against him, imme- "Let's,, corrct thi situation
about President 'B-uman went on diately gave Mr. Truman the lire we have the far worse
sale yesterday. about the letter incident. bexpe", e ohaving. Me in,
It immediately involved him in Had he read him the letter experience of hving Migs in
fresh controversy with elder con- Byrnes said at Columbia, 8. C., the s over the United States
gressmen and his one-time sec- where he is now governor of his of America," he said.
retary of state, James F. Byrnes. state, Mr. Truman "would have ".
Mr. Truman believes, the book had to write another letter ac- A JL ftd
disclose d, that revolutionary ceting my resignation." !'i IINw Da,
changes should be made in the Byrnes said he never had
structure of the Federal govern- heard of the letter until the an- Lm- f R jLai-
ment. noincement of yesterday's book --vUU 1 UV OWfs
They should Include, a 12-year publication. I *
limit on service in Conress, and The veteran statesman f'tten l tl AL
placement of U.S. district attor- recalled that once before Mr.IVl ClfYI laCMU
neys under Civil Service. Truman had "caused one of hi
The collection of glimpses of biographers to msrepresent me. ,, r i ..
the President in acth and re- That was in 150 wwhet Jonathe- A Psk ng bCal Cro.ny Is
pose, the work of William Hill- an Daniels quoted the. President or ism s oi producerst8
man, is entitled "Mr. P tresalet." as saying Byrnes "failed miser to supply" aot $8,000
It inc es a m aoWt a e worth of ethyl alcohol for use in
letter the Presldnft L ajd he Moscow conference. the CO nal orsv anatl on in thet
wrote Seeretay of State 3 as Byrnes said he had Ignored the next svral months.
in 1946 rebing 1 him for try- Daniels report but would Answer h t .....
ing to wrest control of foreign the new one with a magazine ar- The contract for which bids
tare bin am sfor 10,00gal-
eoley from the White Bouse ticle "to show that his statement ar belong spaed ou f or 10f00 gal-
Instead of mailing the letter, that he read this letter to me Isllon the largt amount of al-"
Mr. Truman said he read It to utrue." cool ever puehas local
Byrnes in a personal dh n A 12-year thUit en fuet 4i .. endi they tote pdb ished
down. men Is eeenator nMr Tman d invitationtfor bids the contract
Byrnes, who has broken oM- believes in amenmo e has been *led to the special ait-
pletely with the President and isr Bifa teapo esn Jin _ten .tlon f evera. al ) dir loca
io arrioawesh, uhmoVu yers, a b rudin sager mi5rs
S. es nbtientllle In various parts of the Republic.
Ai[ Calsa 'lH' S|hapretort came from con- Bids for the amlcoh* will be re-
AUU-dsha rKp gI irsa tio Wahnterom a eo o ed in the office of the Super-
Smigh be affectdbythePred- tdent OfStor ases t Ba-
Sr d at dent view boa until 10:30 aj., April 1,
f oCrI n Lo w e n "Physiclan heal thyself," q .wben they will be opened in pub-
n df oi o m e ed Set. Charles W. Tobey (R.I UC
ers N nlspedn hMMe NNo NJA commenting that Mr. Tri-
i BY lf9p mwm so senator and President The contract cklii for 95 per
Shas bf in tI Washington 17 years, cent ethyl alcohol as i saded in
HAVANA, Cuba, March 18 R.l Adolph J. Sab*th sidthe 'Un i States uarmaco-
(UP). A Congressional "re- that he Is under the impression V he l a, cl onalondard 'for
volt" -Aganst the w "re -.. o "a man must serve a certain drugs, chemicals b pmedlclanl
len. lrgen .teno tsta temhe number of years before he gains prepartios. It iD uppl
off a noisy but bloodless burst the etJerien.e ncmry t be 5-gal drms
of gunfire on the steps of Cu- a bed The Dlvshn of Storehouses
NV*,hpl p Pr esi "7 001ehed ater
bams Capitol. Iarr tras anf an will furnish empty drums for the
Tr.o. guardian the Capitol It m eolectia o Truman alcohol on prebentatlonof papers
fi .sred aer the h Cea o i n. mTlumam a, diaso y exerptos from the Pansam Government
posireatd.on cne heassm fotr t e aWomhel" whve indicating apprs al of the impor-
ositin .cngre.sen t.d o with nsemin, a vet- tatidn o f d i. mInto Panama to
to enter the building yesterday nme wspap Muman, nagasine be filled with alcohol for the ac-
In defiance of government or- a ft re__r,. count of the Panama Canal Com-
ters suspending the National Another memorandum by the pany.
Legislature for 45 days. 'The pRi t, written Sept. 19. 1946, The alcohol is to be delivereM
Congressmen withdrew at once, nW that "Mr. (Blank) spent in four lots Of 2,500 gallons each
Lid there were no casualties, two sd one-half hours talking from July 1 o December 31, 1952.
The sudden, heavy volley to yesterdaya" Each delivery will be made to
caused panic in the center of The memo described the un- both Cristobal and Balboa Store-
the city and police prowl car nale personage as a "100 per houses.
flocked to the scene, sirens cnt Pacifist" who wanted to
creaming. bend American armed forces and Only limited amounts of al-
However. quiet was quickly give atomic secrets to Russia. cohol have been purchased 10-
estored after the congressmen The man alsq advised Mr. Tru- call in the past primarily for
treated. man to act "far to the left" when use by. the Coimmissary Division.
Congress Is not in session and The supply for which bids are
Under the scheduled In effect "move right" when Congress now being asked will be used by
before Batista seized power from convenes, the Industrial Laboratory of the
'resident Carlos Pri o Socarras The winter White House here Commissary Division, the Main-
&at week, CongresS had been refused to comment on the pos- tenance Division, and the Healtht
scheduled to reconvene at 4 sible Identity of "Mr. X." Bureau.

p.m. yesterday Batiota, however.
suspended Congress.
Senate president Tony Varo-
na. a leader of Prio's Autelticoo
Party. wrote a letter to other
Congressmen some days ago, re-
minding them of the Prio -
scheduled sie sl. Athborrtis
here knew of WW letter,
and BatiIta's O guards
ihad been alerted flr possible
Varona lanself led the group
of Autentleo and People's Party
Congressmen who tried to enter
the CapitoL
Propana ster Ernesto
De La Pe, who reached the
scene a few minutes after the
warning volley was fired, an-
grily accused the o nlstl
of trying deliberately to r p
De La ft warned that tNO
government will resort to
"sterner measures" if thbe W
any further attempti to fs&,
the degree suspendelg-Ongss.

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PLAGSTAFF. Ariz., March 18
(UP). A French Canadian
aty with a love for poetry
d to kill herself last night
In a Jail cell where she is held
on Suspicion of masterminding
the $1,00,000 burglary of a Re-
a& millionaire's mansion.
"Why didn't you 'let me go
ahead?" Mrs. Marie Jeanne
DArc Machaud asked prison
guards. "It would have been the
atest way out."
The shapely 6-year-old bru-
nette who was schooled la a
Quebec convent had tabme an
.d.oise of sleeping piBls and
p1aed to slash her wrists with
a camor, tat fallu asleep too
aiden y, Bawrltes said.
"My father's a doctor," sde
8aW, "and from what he he
Oed me, I thought it waw tate
abut half an hour h o r mea
ad to daub."
-. stife s

bemegd diesa my have been
Me bgudms behad the burglary
f La M We Ma field's home in
Is. Machaud was a personal
frti ato Mr. and Mrs. Red-
field lad had been a guest in
their ISam chateau.
AUtlsesa theorized that she
m teg tipped the burglars
ea the m esreabouts of Red-
f1WAts aaSf, when he would not
ehm ajd how to handle the
liWWMW watch dog.
M-I l' M'd Mrs. Machaud
cme aue to be shown through
his mmOi from cellar to attic
bea shabe "thought it was
martin mnd anmsual."
T2e dog placidly chewed a
I Ia thhe -burglrs furnished
W i- *e seoved Redfield's
oto want to work trying
a m 00her mysteri-

talented pupils and had play-
ed the piaMo m the mdte.J It
father and husband both ar
"She's been out to our house
as 4 guest several times," Red-
field said n Reno. "She's the
one person I would not have
suspected in the slightest..It's
simply unbelievable."
The FBI said the four men
who actually removed Red-
field's safe were under arrest.
They identified tM as Louis
sEsgWL 44. John 4 ,9 .
Frank Sorrenti, 3, and Andrew
Young, 46.
Mrs. Leoa Mae Glordano. 37.
a four times married Reno
waitress, also was under arrest
Ina the caMe, charged wth cary-,
i part of the loot across state
Wbam Mrs. Macaud waa t
en Wf- a Chtcae boUmd traf
here YlateW y e se was ma
about At In Icasht, 3 1 t
of 40 and 1 Mm 0M7 ft
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Under Way

Volunteer poUlitica wor6kra
hammered away at a last-umlout
"write in" campaign for Mn.
Dwight D. Elsenhower last night
as Minnesota prepared for Its
first Presidential primary.
Encouraged by Elsenhower's
showing in New Hampshire
"Minnesotans for Elsen ower"
sent sound trucks through the
twin cities of Minneapolis St.
Paul and urged residents in a
telephone campaign to "write in"
Elsenhower on the GOP ballot
They hope to upset the polltc.
al predictions and take away
Minnesota delegates being sought
by former Gov. Harold E. Stassen.
To a lesser extent, some sup-
porters of Sen.Estes Kefauver (D-
Tenn.) were seeking "write-in"
votes for him in the Democratic
The "write-in" campaign was
the answer of .the Eisenhower
boosters to a Supreme Court rul-
ing which took the general off
the ballot.
The High Court's action left
only Stassen and political un-
known Edward C. Slettedahl on
the OOP ticket and Sen. Hubert
Humphrey (D-Minn.) on the De-
mocratic ballot.
Slettedahl, a St. Paul school-
teacher, is "stand-in" candidate
for Gen. Douglas MacArthur, who
refused to be a candidate in Min-
uinpl*ey is seeking Demo-
cratic delegates as a "favorite
son" at the request of President
Truman. If Mr. Truman runs for
re-election, the Humphrey dele-
gates will vote for the President
at the Democdratic convention.
At stake today are 28 OOP de-
legates and 25 Democratic con-
vention delegates.
Political leaders of both parties
scoffed at the "write-in" cam-
paigns and doubted such cam-
paigns could be "successful." The
chairmen of both parties pre-
dicted that Stassen and Hum-
phrey would win the state's dele-,
gates easily.
Even Frank Ryan, Minneapolis
attorney who was heading the
"K e f a u v e r write-in" effort,
doubted tha the write-in ca.-
palgn would be successful He
said he expected Stassen and
Humphrey to win easily.
William Holbrook, secretary of
the Eisenhower group, held out
hope for victory however. He said
was preparing for it.

Fmwch YVae

Submees lowly
TIONES, France, March 18
(UP) The evacuation of pro-
testing inhabitants of this tiny
village condemned to slow an-
nihilation by d locked waters of
the Isere river today resumed
under the watchful eyes of 500
tough special police.
Communications with the vil-
lage. high in the snow-covered
mountains, becomes more diffi-
cult since all the telephones
have been removed, and only
one* line, requisitioned by the
police Is now in operation.
The second bulldozer arrived
late last night to help clear the
road up to Coventry and au-
thorities are removing the snow
to exhume bodies which have
rested there for years.
The village church, where vil-
lagers flocked every Sunday to
hear Mass is now empty except
for the old sculptured wooden
altar which will be removed to-
The notice was posted on the
walls here last night warning
inhabitants If they did not leave
they would lose the bonus of-
tered by the government.


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