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Bradley Summarizes Military
Courses Open to US In Korea
PALM BEACH. Fla.. March 3.
(UP) Gen. Omar N. Bradley
said today four military courses
of action are open in Korea,
ranging from withdrawal of
United Nations troops to use of
Bradley said he was not re-
coipmending for or against the
alternatives he outlined.
Bradley, who is chairman of
the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said
BT OSWALD JACOBY
" Written for NEA Service
he was giving his "personal opi-
nion and from a strictly military
Speaking at a round table dis-
cussion here on the question of
whether the world is headed to-
wards peace or war. Bradley re-
peated views he has given pre-
The four courses lid Korea
he outlined were:
1. Withdrawal from Korea. He
did not believe Americans and
their allies would "condone"
such a step.
2. Continue the present pres-
sure in Korea, keeping United
Nations casualties to a minimum
and causing the greatest cas-
ualties to the enemy that could
3. Continue present pressure
in Korea and "take the addi-
tional Military steps, from time
to time, where a military ad-
vantage might accrue. We could
I.- +U. 1'. r.nm.ninif Vhi-
S* .- -- ... h nope tnat mte Comumuiusat -
nese, because of increasing pres-
NORTH 26 sure, would get tired and even-
t 6K942 tually quit
SK 10 8 4 4. Take military steps "open
4 J 8 7 4 to us in order to get a decision
ST (D) EAST in Korea' even while we realize
l ET .'that it might eventually involve
410 7 6 3 us in an, all-out war with' Com-
: QJ 10 9 5 3 munist China" and could "even-
4Q 7 *AJ95 J tually develop into World War
!*003 6 5 i>, I
SOUTH Uhder this fourth point, Brad-
S6 A 5 ley said there were "many pos-
V A 7 2 sblities" under such possibili-
3 2 ties as adding to our forces in
4 AK Q 1092 Korea; bombing the bases in
North-South vul. Manchuria; Intensification of
et MNorth ESo ..i. economile sanctions; a naval
SS Part E S south blockade; and use of atomic
[fSi g s $ P is P 4 weapons if a practical opportu- t
24. nity should present itself.'-
SOpening red- K IrLdley said that all these
Possibilities and many othersP
are "constantly being consl-
`Most card players in the United dered" as a means for forcing
tes think o t outn American a decision In Krea.
cI'd players as Canasta enthus-
tits. ActuallyContract Bridge is Some of the possibilities had
; *y popular In most of ithe not been take because we
cg entries of South America. To- lacked the power, he said, and
d i's hand is typical of South .rae could be taken only if higl'
*ierican bridge. level policy decisions were made.
ht nBradley said "the Ultimate
e hero of the hand was delsion" for total war or total
oe Cardenas, whose home is peace "seems tb- rest wh a
Co mbla but who plays re gu- smal group of men .n 'the
y'in New Ytor' famous H- Kremlin over whom we have lit-
c lub., GCeorge plays his tle control.",,
very well, but he has a La- While there is "no magic car-
disreard for such thing as t on which eRn can ride Into
ervattve bidding. a warless world,'he expressed
rg lk th l the betf that a solutoa ulti-
Nhen George likes the look of I mately will be w-fund.
S and, he'll bid a slam with it---
he did with the hand shown
ay-where most American ex. started the hand with three
would bid only a game. spades to the ace, particularly A-
this slam-baag style of J-x. Hence East, likewise, saved
Sinpay? Probably riot. But only one diamond.
rge makes a lot of slams, and After Cardenas had led out his
keeps him happy. Today's last trump his last four cards
d has kept him happy for were the ace and five of spades
ny months. and two little diamonds. He then
N est opened the king of led the deuce of diamonds, and
irts and Cardenas won with had the satisfaction of seelig
ace. He ruffed a heart in West drop the queeir and East
j my, returned to his hand play the ace.'
Sh a trump, ruffed his last He could then win the-spade
rt in dummy, and returned to return with the ace. cash a
hand once more with a heart-warming trick with the
mp. tiree of diamonds, and win the
3 then ran every single one ilst trick with dummy's king Of
this trumps, discarding all of spRdes.
diamonds from the dummy. i
.Meanwhile East end West were
htbing their troubles. Both de- The Barrage Car Ahead
1eE5ers hastened to get rid of
te hearts. That part of the STANFIELD, Ore. (UP) -
discarding was easy. But when Cattle of thq Double M ranch
South led his last trump every- travelled to the National West-
ody had to reduce his hand to ern Livestock Exuosition in Den-
cards. This wasn't easy. ver Colo., in style. Railroad re-
West felt that he had to save gulations prevented long-term
his three Spades just in case engagement of a 50-foot railroad
So'ith had three spades to the car, which was considered ideal
ace-ten. Hence West could save for the trip. Irvin Mann, the
o-", -,', --.wid. owner, hired a baggage car to
East felt that he had to sav snd his 1 Herefords to the
t; ?s in case South had show.
GLANCES Sv Colbroith
--T. IL %. aU. LL P i
, *j MM l i -O, W A by h.
I U*ik about pgtlg m ared, but wemt I look at the
SWdp no my siter's droesr I ~gt dicourated!"
_ fr . . .. .. . . -
While moat Americans were
.akimg stock of what they'd
iave to sell, borrow or with-
draw from the old cash pile
tu meet that March 15 tax
deadline, a small army
of "anonymous" saaiatnts
surrounding President Easen-
liower were worried about an-
other stock-pile and another
signlilcant deadline today
~ihcse men-including 6on-
lidenilal aides Val Petersen
and Shenman Adams-SaW to-
day as the deadline for re-
liiciant action by the President
which might have launched
his country into industrial
But they knew it was action
he would have had. to take If
at some grim future moment
we were not to be' faced' with
a shortage of atomic and hy-
drogen bombs as we are now
harassed by a shortage of gar-
den variety artillery shells in
Whether or not Mr. Elisen-
hower moved depended on
whether several thousand men
decided to strike this morning
In the Dunkirk, N. T., plant
of the American Locomotive
Company-the backbone right
now of our hydrogen and
atomic construction program.
If these men, members of
Davld McDonald's. United
Steelworkers of America (.lO.
had struck today (after work-
ing for 80 days under a Taft-
Hartley injunction), the Presi-
dent would have been required
by law to stop whatever he was
doing and gb up tp Congress
with a demand that it end the
That might havv meant
the most drastic labor law
in history. 4Or the use of the
army. It would certainly
have meant open warfare be-
tween Mr. Eisenhower anut
American labor --. wh ich
would lkat rallia behind
the strike '' ereao the land.
?ke would have had no al-
ternative. Objectt,", reporting
demands that it 'be noted here
that atomic production labor
relations. had. been. as badly
planned by the old adminis-
tration'# labor experts as the
Pentagon had miscalculated
Its output of artillery shells
for the- Asiatic war.
#or fully. four and a half
months up to the inaugura-
tion o( Mr. Eisenhower, the old
administration had fiddled
while this strike crisis burned
at Dunkirk. anaptly named
town for t faced-V u.
n going ik to labor-mIa.
Cement quarrels In 101. HB i,
WASlPNOTOH-.4.dOD .u' 6'Mez4 *Ise-
ber of the Lea te of Women Vt wwet t
habt of smoking, smelly, old.a. 1 ipp,' T*.'
thought never occurred to h .
Mrs. John 0. Lee, president 1-,A femaniue
voters, however, wa. aklAg nog iM P-
Eisenhower getting any o W
him that the League wSn'ft SfWt It I
of Utbriar pipes. Th whe Wentto that I
ladies hoped Just thd samP h a. O. mom
tariffs on bilars.. -
They w-e't in4teSted' in so ma.0 01 m
principles. And I bet when _.*'
out campininag for his a 1,.
he'd tangle ftrst fumo out Of b. _.J
Mr. ZIsenbowqr dogmn't
He oecaonally has bm N
rette, b4t ordinarily he does
with tobacco This pipe l'
the nation's only Plant which gi'lsj'iti
SuRPpld' proce~ p*1. ... tot Thi.W r ItI
the C-33 gaseous diffudon pipe seldom we
lant at Paducah, Ky. De- has been know
ayswould have affected the smelly collectil
-33 plant at Oak Ridge and My own belov
the C-35 installation at Pa- stand the arof
ducah as Well. ed them fot n
Furthermore, the W hi te understand wh
House was warned on Dec. 5, all new onei am
1952, that this plant was al- I mean that
so under contract to produce as the result o
"12 heat exchangers of a spe- So there lsn't
clal type required for reactors only 1,6 o peop
under construction at the (Hy- in carving then
drogen bomb) Savannah River The pipe-ma
project and that It would take competUtion, P
9ix months for. completion of where pipes are
the first exchanger ith the ing 'em. Oradu
balance following at o n e ed pipes up to
month intervals. It is now es- --
timated that the first of these
heat exchangers will not e
completed until September,
This meant that not un-
til the end of 1154 would we
have all 12 Special g emiNcTq
needed to finish the project NOTE OF A
which will turn out the After J b
essary parts of the H-bomb. toning I y
And the White House was she wud be
warned that p w desired",. On
warned that there was just neo pe (T
one other supplier who nepaT
sold make these exchangeg tit : "Art
er." And he already was that Josephine
fiUled-up with Atomic Energy these many ye
Commission orde into Its proper
In other words, If the Steel tourists F(in I"
workers had struck today, t (with her
would have taken at least six ed up in HavaJ
months past Sept. 93 (until to th. ter
March 1954) before we could for thton B
get the first of these weird era, is lon whl
scientific machines. Then we der-to thW
couldn't get the other 11 for bur "Ines
another year-or until 1955. the B
We would have lost a full the Bumcl
year in the production of the doube,ly ak
one weapon which g I ves Mi
Western civilization supre-. M- sn ,
acy over Soviet alhl si known tn'
And it would have cost us artist
hundreds of millions of dollars abot of
But still the deadlock con- phone Baker 1
tinued. And the White House career.
Nor was the situation much there's a
different in other atomic in- emisqrot
stallations There had just merican i
been no planning. **
The old administration had seeing thatl
I not gone, for example, to the prttyill 0
AFL and CIO In 1950 and said:
we're going into WesternM tOILa O a I
Kentucky to build a h u ru .ge
tomic project. Bend In your IM tO
top men. You have old bustt tre
neths aents there who are sc a
hwil be tens of thoeends."
There was no nouwg plea-
ned. No new hihw a ;. No WEj5 .
tragung of supervisory employs. As
result? In six months atoafty
Paducah there were 5 atrlku sa
r ,11 ,) percent delay In timeII
the back-door-to-the.W h I t e
louse labor policy ended. In
the Dunkirk strike crisis D ve l
Cole, national mediation ehtet'
wot'-ed day tsb d night bring (an
tk both sIlda lecether, b ri
for .. mew, 00'
( Or 4.rE
ars out% thoumhi 'MqB"
n to throw her A d* wae I
n into te .
red mother on~i *lle
a of my pipe 'p
e 14 sospy wa 4
y I was not .
a man bugs
if some sQUa
much ot.A.nu for'. at4e
Ie in America a-t
m. ten so, t. W
kers long g eat` *
>artioular f ( W ne t
e made wT -i.
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A ife .m
lae Baker Ws 4ae d *
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w*lcoa to M
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stone-of liel Brnelt, =t
Ito a~a college janitor of Co-
W W" D o 0 'M od lonial day' Is uaerlbad:
"Under thb tone there Hie
'. -Tr o e T
Of an& who lived & Dsed
Be- "T,, '%hat let Is= O 1r his- Johnson and Martlyn Monroe Drunk."
iaiMKMaB"n to.r." on the same stage Wow Il _d_
O l man? "I may bite my lower Up and I woe'd o a st
m- ust the ] aod mike may wiggle my p a trifle but lar colors L lr bems i
tjuk.shadows," haaIro said., "Ja- ;'m not a copy of Marilyn Mon- ri ", 21 04mb^.k
r tead of ghtn part a set we roe. I'm not a carbon copy o "Actors are highly sensit
to now have to the itole set. anbo4y !" That's shapely fMane color. Pink may soothe the
theater Instead of one mlcrhonl we V Dpren blaming out at the bt I Ica drive tihe B
w',ide as now have a minlbuzm of three scrbea who accuse her of hitch- to fury. The divrse ratew
Jean and as m=ny as si." Ing on to Monroe's publicity wag- go way down in Hollywood
on with low-cut gowns. snappy color psychoogy in the
aSETS ARE WIDER say=gsp and a dead-ringer resem- And half of the pqycblai
balance. town woUld have to MetM
S The set was the same as lor offices."
flat-screen movies, etoDpt wider. Mamle, who makes her film Newman said he's about to re-
5i htl There were twie m many lights, bow In U-I's "You Belong to Me," decorate Cornel Wilde's n
Ofdpth though, and the behbind-th- protests that "I don't care for the with colors that will haveC l
scenes crew kl a Uke a an army. eMwl. with this girL My and Jean Wallace pun for ,
A standard set tew of 50 jumps ofsex on the screen will be rest of their lives. "Wa% t
toX for Clnemaaoo2 ltiUelmt sex-not the Monroe ideal for Cornel and -Pat 9ng
ter wa Does Cninemsb80 eliminate kind f sex. TYou don't have to isn't Ideal for Cornel and Je
at Bt- close-ups? tase everything off to be sexy." explained Decorator Newman.e,
Bby Hima, purr and apt-t-t-t! Is an- -
iarm Kos0aster said so, although other Hollywood feud starting? Wanda Hendrix Is a
I 9 w Ut- Iereen-filliang clo-up -a ae ot. Ral again. She just moved out I
ejo uuthlag. "Nw we have elos-usM but we COLORS MAKE STARS SHINE her parents' home.... The I1e
i sBE oa" ee the whole mt, tee, lhe said. Bey-Ted Stauffer romantic fl-
a u Unlike 3-D movies. Cinema- It's not that the Lanam Clarks, ry Is over and Ila won't be sue0Q
Scope required no polarold glass- Avas nd Tyrones of Hollywood ceeding Hedy Lamarr as Teddy'cf
mfWi00 t, on as for the audience and only one real like to change marriage new wife.... Lou CostellUo w
people projector in the theater.,The big partners, a noted movietown In- ried over his wife's loss ot we i
Sn't difference between the two new terror decorator wants it known. In.her pneumonia bout. Way
uwa movie-making methods, as Kos- Oh, no! der 100 poundE,... ~~
aN &any ter explained it: Well, anyway, Joseph Newman snickering about the '
ica "o T Molly- "'Three-dimensional movies put told me: who went Hollywood after Z
the actors in the audience. Cine- "There wouldn't be any more first picture and told the vet
Mut e. less," ma-Scope puts the audience on divorces In Hollywood than any hoped the stork would bring br
,p- ri said. the stage with the actors.' other place If husbands and wives a mink colt.
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' ,. PANAMA
Cargo and Freight-Ships and Planes-Arrivals and Departures
S PAA NameasNew Assistant Mg.
A COn Will DOK To Latin American Division
i liam P.1 Ravel, :a 20-yea
veteran with Pan Americe
Tomorrow Afternoon; WorldAirways, has been a.dae
assistant to the ma Ar
PAA's Latin American DIvlen.
d Sal d y Before assuming his ~w
ties, Raven -spent a year l Mex
The Panama liner Ancon is ar- ico studying Spanish, goVern
rising two days late this week ment relations and the opera
and is scheduled to dock in Cris- tion of Pan American's Mexica
tobal from New York early to- associate, Compania Mexicana d
m3row afternoon. Aviacion.
The ship sailed two days late
because of Washington's Birth- He previously had spent
day. since no cargo was loaded in three years in Panama as su-
York on the holiday. three years In Panama a u-
N e Ancon tillao eoneli perintendentof operations in
She Ancon will also be one Central America, Panama and
day late sailing on its north-v Central America,ana and
bound schedule this week. It will Venezuela and five years at
sail Saturday rnhiswe. March w7 Brownsville, Tex., as assistant
and arrive in Haiti, SundMarch to the operations manager of
Mrch 9. and in New York Fri- PanAmerican's old Western
dI, March 13.
he Panama Line ships will In 1939 Raven was assigned
resume their normal southbound temporarily to New York to help
satig schedule with the de- set up PAA's Atlantic Division
ture of the .S. Panama from He first came to Miami as tech-
w York Tuesday afternoon. ical assistant to the Eastern DI-
vision manager in 1942.
SRf aven joined PAA as a stock
Liff Up Your Hearts clerk in Brownsville in 1933-a
year after coming to the United
A L n f e of T States from his native Canada.
(A Lenten feature of The Raven was born in Sarnia,
anama-Ath e Rev. M C n, p d Ontario, Canada and was grad-
thepiscol Ch A. Cofur on uated from Windsor Walkerville
i Church of Our Sav- College in Ontario before corm-
rNew Cristobal.) ing to the United States to join
DY SEASONS OF THE SOUL the sales department of the Gen-
`'hat ye might be filled with eral Motors Corporation in 1932.
oil the fullness of God." Read He was employed briefly by a
S Ephesians 3:14-19. brokerage firm and the Inaus-
trial Acceptance Corporation be-
We all come to those moments fore joining PAA. He received his
aid days when we feel that we U.S. citizenship in 1938.
h ve entered the dry season of Raven is married and the fa-
tN soul. God seems remote and their of two boys, 12 and three
W feel detached from the years of age.
rce of the well-springs of life.
It is often true that at such e
ties people stop praying be- Scout eWS
case they find even their prMy-
life dull. At such times a
w rning signal goes uD. It is
S sio!. that our door is barred Scout Executive Stops
God because of a prejudice, Here on Way from Jamaica
gl idge or ill-will toward some
s on. Then, of course, Ood,i MissE thel.Ruk, executive see-
w o is good-willed, seems disr-re,* of the Wseaitern? ncml-
t t. Or if we have neglected aph4ere eoajAtteie, ,nRtd,. here
p lyer and cultivated other in- on Sunday, on her wayack from
tests, prayer cannot all at bnit Jmalca Iwhers. he attended ,
bf real and re7airding. It needs a Uiial meeting of the Western
c stant, patient practice, but Hemisphere committee of the
e!.n .hen t .cre may be timws world asscc.xtio.i of Girl Stouts.
wten the springs vihin us seem Miss Itusk plans to be on l,,'
O ea up Isthmus for one week (ldilng
writer of much experience which time she ',;l meet ,th
i-6n prayer sas: "Everyone the Internatio il a rl 6-ri 'its.
W .o pays com. sooner or later thePanamia Girl G ides and rep-
to'-this test of finding prayer resentatives of the Girl Scouts .
dIll. If it vnas always peaceful America.
aid beautiful we might fear we
Wq re plea.,inRg ourseh'es more
th n worsni-oing God. It is on-
lyin this (,i 'kne.s that we can
k. o\; faithlulness."
?.:r-ng s:. ch periods use .
prir-. s of praise and trust, give
r mind something to hold on
litoke, "My soul thirsteth for a
t fullness of joy."
ray daily, no matter what
co es or does not come. The dry
at -. : will tend to discourage,
btit -:.'0p faith, and be ready to'
se ze whateverr good thing comes. 2000 se r -
If your daily prayer habit ha *
(n dir'carded because "nothing! SSIlNe rates Inc dde rodl
lvtp-jens." then make a fresh
Sa -day and pray to See God MMy roems wi*l Televkige
m e clearly, to Love Him more
dearly, and to Follow him more
nearly. |0 T I TP
$)0,000 Phone Call
S .Y, 0. (UP) Mrs.!
Chester Beer, who had to wait
to notify the fire department
her house was on fire because
her narty line was busy, sued
a telephone subscriber for the
$10,000 damage tI her home.
Vjnhis WELKIN Planeteer
7th AVE. i t
at 50thSt EW YORK
SOW TIuM SNWASIA I IAmM T i
I *Nllltt S1 iS', &tll il meemsu
AME1-i ga min
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G.I. DRESS STYLES-The soldiers, above, nla Washlagton, D. C,
model three versions of a proposed optional dress 4Wderml for
enlisted men. The coat and cap in Army blue, and the rousers
in sky blue are similar to the dreas uniforms now a~qgfted for
officers. Four versions of the untform under condfsm differ
only in color of chevrons, stripes ind pipini V f e rt Sgt..
David Jordan, Florence, S. C.; SFC Imard8. Sml*t. Pr _and.;
,SFC Neil E. Southern. Chilcue, o. ....
he Pacific Sleam Navlofl COpamy
DOURPURATED B *RI1"-C-m'BR M.
Royal M lRd l4I.
FAST FREIGHT AND ,PAiM BIMrS. RVICES
BETWEEN EUROPE kWND''EST COAST
OF SOUTH AMERICA
TO COLOMBIA, ECUADOR, PERU AND CHILE
M.V. "SALINAS" .............................. March 3rd
M.V. "SALAMANCA" ..........................March 15th
S S. "TALCA" ......... ..... ,....... ..... Marh. 31st
TO UNITED KINGDOM VIA ;-fT)XENA, KINGSTON,
. HAVANA, NA A4 VM4IDAOCORUftA
AND A PALLI E
M.V "REINA DEL PACIFICO" (8,i00 Toens)
TO UNITED KINGDOM DIRECT
M.V. "SANTANDER" .........................Marla 5th
S.S. "CUECO" ............................... 'Ma re tS
8s,. "FLAMENW CO" ............................ S. hSar
ROYAL MAIL LINES LTD./HOLLANI AMENRIA LiNE
TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
S.S. "DURANGO" .............................March 12th
M.V. "DIEMERDTYK" .........................March 14th
S.S. "DRINA" .............................March i t
M.V. DALEB ".............. .......March 7th
S. "DU .............. .......... arch 14th
S.. "LOC A ............ ............
A sailinga subject to Change Witht Noete.
PACIFIC STEAM NAVIGAION CO. Cridslobal TeL 1IHS
FORD CO I INC ANAMA-Ave. Per L TeL.-1257/
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to hange there reence to
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ear era in t he near uture.
To Moraine Q 't
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Cathedral o `t. #xpB
win meet P ltday mr .
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er. aJin T Gelid dt
trisdton on "Chrlt the
Bible the fourth I a erie
on te &udy Nsubject, "Conslder
Tt'anpOrtatlon will be avaC-.
ible .tm-WBsqp Morris Hall
In Aifncq at 9:1l amn.
Mr. wmn Is Viltor .nre
SMr, Jwme J. Townpand t
yvw Jt a recent arrival
S b uim.M4 afte, r a trip to
TqP~rao.. ;Coloabla, and
RMsd i la mana eroz.-
ort r Qni~sda, Ltd.:
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;Th NOi jW< Club will;
hold meeting o
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were takeR .. thrusthe
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OSKAR'S NOC 4I
of his fockbutpW, 'iWrb
Gbraany, didcld thAt gM
mores pleasant thsnb.n
him on aN
J.-AfMtr making a gander at the fate
Sroller-*1kating gander of Hamburg,
(the bird as the stage was much
bird on be table. tis owner puts
on at poultry shows.
Will be on display
,in ow Sjqwrooms
Justo Aroseuaena Ae. and 26 Street
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and matching finvtips
likeJ lamhing dismo*I
dd .-dgon the moMn!
po., w "Indelible-Creme""
Siptick (stays on longer
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forula Nail Enanel,
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FOR 'FIRE AND ICE?'
Try this qulz and seel
What is the American girl made of? Sugar and spice and
everything nice? Not since the days of the Gibson Girl! There's
a new American beauty ... she's these and temptress, sirea and
gamin, dynamic and demure. Men find her slightly, delightfully
baffling. Sometimes a little maddening, Yet they admit she's usily
the most exciting woman in all the world! She's the -.3
American beauty, with a foolproof formula for melting a male
She's the "Fire and Ice" girl. (Are you?)
Have you ever danced with youraboew off ye 0
Did you ever wish on a new moon? 7yes
Do you blush when you find yourself flirting? yes r0
When a recipe calls for one dash of bitten, do
you think it's better with wro? yes Q
Do you secretly hope the next man you meet
will be a psychiatrist? yes D
Do you sometimes feel that other women resent you? ) es [
Have you eer wanted to wear an ankle bracelet? yi 03
Do sablese ale you, even on other women? yes 0
Do you love to look up at a man? ye OD
Do you face crowded parties with panic-then
wind up having a wonderful time? yes 0[
Does gypsy music make you sod? y-as
Do you think any man really understands you? ye 0
Would you streak your hair with platinum
without consulting your hshand? yes D
If tourist Sights were running, would you
take a trip to Man? yu
Do you-close your eyes when you're kissed? yes (0
Can you only auwr "yea" to at least eight of these quetions?
PThe J yo'mw made of "Fine ad lee!" And Revlon's lush.
mnd.pesaImea scarlet was .e just for yea-a daring projected .
if your U qs blni peroniUtyI Wear it tight
.hit May he 1e niht of yotr fetMt
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Only 1 Local Firmi
idsFbor Building -
Balboa Roof Hoods '
Otly one leal firm, Ormsw
offer for te eestruonta
roof hoods for a group of .I .
masonry buildings Itn lb
for which bid" wee open ye
TheU firm eferp dan off lr
$21,08B for the U oftrUctU. o'
roof hoods an 11 tour-famhlyn
buildings. and 04,M ter
hoods on four two-famlly
e buildings an heated 4-
Tavemrnlls and San Pa-bl4"-
Streets in Balbob. Thee are*
masonry building of the amut"
type of conartuetlo as thee o
The Prado in Balba.
The roof haods win be e6,
Spanish tile and are "lb
installed to give protectam t
the apartments on the gr-un.
floor from the weather.
TE PANAMA AMEWRCA Al
You Sell 'em...When You T ell em thru P.A. ClassifiM
Leave your Ad with one of our Agents or our offices in No. 57 "*H" Street Painam
No. 12,179 Central Ave. Col6a
No. 4 TIvol Ave.-Ph-one -231. and
fourth of July Ave.-Phone 2-441
Sdai de BDbua Americano
No. M West 12th Street
Carlton Drg Store
10oJM MeMlaer Ave.- Phome M31 0(
Agend lternadoal de Publcacos.'"" street corner Estudhlati O.t
No. 3 Lottery Plama Phone 2-31M Pbmoua -2214 and -2-7r
FOR SALE FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS' RESORTS
Household Automobiles ** V iw a *dlllf p" M Furnished house ON 01AC I I'
-- --- Weft A lhliee WAssame as Santo Clara. Phoh BClbr 15h "
FOR SALE:-Deep Freeze Frigidoire, FOR SALE:-1952 Mg, duty paid, 4/ 20a1 As. C. Z.t or see caretaker.
25 cycle new condition. Call Cristo- 700 miles, excellent condition. Call Cra Pho--h Cla -
bo 54 Cristobol 2129. Those interested in learning to fly Gromllch Sonta Clara sa -
bl1554- -I can buy one-sixth interest In Et- -cottagoe. ElctrMe_ box,
FOR SALE: -- Couch, piano, beds, Having money troubles? See us be- con buy one-sxth Interest in en- stovep, moderate roI e. Le
typewriter, ironing machine 25 fore disposing of your used car. coupe, very reasonably. Pricensed in- stoves Gmoderate, 457 Pedro l .
cycle, mohogony furniture and We pay cash. Agencies Cosmos, cudes instruction by licensed in- 6-441 Grnl. c 4-567 Pedo
miscellaneous household effects. Auto-Row No. 29. Tel. 2-4721.' s tructor. For details coil Curundu "I.
House 61, 3rd St. New Cristobol, Panami. to HILLIPS Oceanside Cottages. Th
Tel. 3-1419, from 7 a. m. to 10 -OR -SALE:-2 wheels for Chevrole. SPECIAL XCURSIONS1C only court in Santa Clara with.
p. n 6.00 x 16 Also fits, 1935 or 1936 FROM PANAMA TO MEXICO Oceanview from all cottages. Steps
rpeco.rdplye., Pont 6 c00.x 6hH. uba Hous e 05o96 one way $85, round trip 135 (15 to beach, Rock Gas, refrigerotion
FOR SALE:-Pbrtable record player, Pontiac.6 hole Hub House 0590- day-limit), $169.0 good one year barbecue and shuffle board. Panrt
table fan, General Electric, cheap, C Mindi St. Ancon. Tel. Balboa to LOS ANGELES, *ne way, $149.15 om 3-877. Margarita 3173
excellent condition. 45th St. No. 7, 1464. ______md tri, $252.. 90 dey-ilmt), Box No. 435 Balbog.
Apt. 15. FOR SALE:-1952 Buick Super Ri- Peaemes DispMch Serviee 3I Avenide
FOR ESALE:-Diningroom mahogany viera with Dynaflow, radio, E-Z Neienel .(Automobile Row). Tel. Williams' Santa Clar Beach t
quartermaster table, sideboard, six eye glass. Call Clayton 7246, from PeneW 2-1655 ,.tages. 2 bedrooms, refrl ti050. <
choirs, $65.00, Westinghouse re 7-4. FOR ALE Except week-rs. Balboa 2-3050.
frigerator, $150.00, Coldspot re- FOR SALE: 76 Oldsmobile Sedan E -e
frigerator. 6 mahogany choirs $30. 1949, duty paid, in perfect con- MSB M FOR RENT
00, wicker $65.00, kitchen table dition. Phone between 8 and 5, Misceflsaeous F0 RN .
and chairs, $20.00. Latticework. Panama -1660, ask for Mr. FOR SALE:-Two (2) wheel trailer Apartments
House 47 New Cristobol, phone 3- Friedman. ORwith steel bdy nd 3 -2 H.P rtments 8
1764, Dr. F. L. Alexaitis. with steel body
S3- -- FOR SALE:-For only $1,350 cash Firestone outboard motor, Quqr- FOR RENT: To responsible md
OR-SALE-3 PC. modern secionl beautiful Buick convertible, 1950. tars 108-A Ft. Gulick. Phone 88- serious persons, urnisheW apat
couch, like new, platform rocker, Telephone 2-3452 539. ne-nt, 2 big bedrooms, bathroom"
plastic upholstered and studio rip livingroom and diningroom, lar 42,
couch. Te. Panama 3-4256. FOR SALE:-Pontiac 1952 Catalina Sealed bids, triplicate, will be kitchen washtubes, and moai '
DeLuxe, six cylinder, radio, sun ceived in the ffic of the En- room wth service, three bloc
FOR SALE:-25 cycle refrigerator. visor, etc. like new, CIVA, S. A. gineering and Construction Director, from Amuricarie*!m y. Addit
5458-I, Dioblo Hgts. Phone 2-0870. Panama Conal Compony, Bolboa information calling telephone 6.
FORSALE-Livingroom and other RSALE:- 95 CHeights, CaalZone, until 1.0:00 222 (Gamboo) frqm 2 to 6 p, m.
FOR .SALE:-Livngroom and otherCFOR SALE:-1951 Chrysler Wind- a. m., March 12, 1953, and then O(
furniture, reasonable price. Calle so De Luxe in perfect condition. publicly opened, for 'furnishing all FOR RENT:-$moll furnishd opapq.
45 No. 4 Radio and seat covers, $1,875. plant, tools, equipment, labor, ser- "lent wltih refrioefo&fo, for tuplip,
FOR SAL.E -Beautiful 9 drawer mo- Call 83-5153 between 5 and 7 vices, and materials, and for per- Amerian neighbors. 2nd Street
1-cgany chest, 70" x 19" x 36",:____ p.forming all work for Relaying of No. 48, Corrasquilla Via Espeao.
$100, drawer mahogany word- FOR SALE:-1952 Plymouth. Will Tile Roofs for Quarters Buildings
rob-, 60' x 19" x 36", $70, large; trade or sell outright. For 1950 at Balboa, Canal Zone. Copies of FV RENT
mahlgeny vanity, $40, Simmons model car. Call 3-48481 9:00 to specifications and drawings for the .* E
metal bedstead Itwin I, $10, maple 1200 noon. work may be obtained from the Room@n
buffet., $35, maple desk, $15, -- office of the Contract and In- _____
tai! lamp, $2. Qtrs. 549-A, Cu- FOR SALE section division. Room 336. Bal- FOR RENT:-FurMshed room, G. 1:
rundu Heights, phone Curundu SALE boo Heights (Telephone 2-3739 inspected. litchsre privilege, No
2145. Ro Mot or 2-2698). A deposit of $20.00 21,, Fourth o July Avenue ApI. ,.
-- a o- will be required for each set of i*io. Roei evet 4ee OL.
FOR SALE FORSALE:-l-4H.P.60 Cyclemo- specifications and drawings. The FOR RENTi--Fumished room, w
tor, new condition, $15.00. Tele- deposit will be forfeited if specific" dninpiVng Oo = e n
Real Estate- phone 87-5208. -caton, and drawings ore not r- fr ger tor. n, a r ,
-- FOR:SAL: One horsepower I turned within 40 calendar days of. ,
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE :-Proper- FOR StE: -- One 2. horiepow' tot opening of bids. ,
tis in Bogota. Coomb $7000 JohnMo outboard psei*r. Excellent ....."..- ....-- 'F.aum* Mt,-
Sf ouse or store in Pan conditi. House 6th St FOR ut privilege and phone. 4
cattle or coffti form in the in. Cur-ndu ,ine Elect- lant PI No 34 Tel. 3-4 25. "
.en.or, Agencias Thins, ,,antri FOR.,'LE: 14 .Wine.C"lanam AL"..i, t. o ".
Avenue No. 159, telep.3 3- dItLnE 1.* .eow oC Clo PanamalP IMo. e de t e
,i -169. Panama. Wisconsin engines. Tla' Panoma Pe i
ool chalet furnish"dor. uj LOST
110161 ,a.: "It r.a,"T KF oaelkui L
d ari, $21.000. Mor t LOST :-Bb nd i N : y responsible co
$10 0.M0. t ver, colleps_ le .typl5 ,it on East wilthut children, houoq or bpsrt .
TROTO IAMIROt 46th- St. Fort Cl- 2 t" mn G ... -.o- -h
.: Tel. O4923.
!&R3 ROMERO'S PRACTICAL SPAN-
ISH CONVERSATIONAL LESSONS.
For beginners and advanced pupils,
oEstudlonte St. 77-A, two blocks,,
From 4t of July Avenue
;. In addition to sponsorships of
contributions toward the
lneral fund of Caribbean Girls'
E"tat 'of the American Legion
Auxiliary, Department of Pana-
2Ma Canal Zone will be accepted,
it wa announced today,
Amounts received from indi-
viduals, organizations, and/or
commercial concerns will be pub-
lished in the local newspapers.
I; addition to accepting the
individual contributions oward
t2e fund of Caribbean Girls'
tate;, roup sponsorships will be
-, ken. Thai, should several in-
ditduals care to jointly sponsor
a girl, such mention will be made.
%.-W-MW a I--, or i r in p d B B-rooms in
.a C elo, la Vista Vist Alegre,
Help w o I .t, C Panama. 3-
474 between 7:00 an 9:00 p. m.
WANTED: Cok. WANTED: For American -oupl-.
work. must have references. Apply houseD -- Fprtmeit. Furnished or
-l4J-.Balboa.2-35-78. unfurnished. No children. Sen
SFroncisc If possible.. Tel. 3-4703
VaniBelee Panama. Mi'. Puteturo.
1WANTED: d brom unfumish-
Views On The Line Amer7n c.-n chd. C
In Talk Wilh Ike W oa r Tu
WASHINGTON, March 3 (UP i
- Oen. James A. Van Fleetleaid
his Korean stategy ew Koranfeld
the line today in a private White m n M
House talk with President Eisen. In ud
The retired 8th Army Com-
mander flew here through freez-
with the President and to re-
ceive a hero's welcome-home by
the nation'g civilian and mili-
tary high commands.
The General's plane landed at
National Airport at 11:31 am.
EST after a flight from Fort
Bragg, N. C. He. was greeted
With full military honors.
Van Fleet is scheduled to an-
swer Congressional firstname.lastname@example.org i4
IVq ons, in
Checkr or money ,orders may readings start-ii tomorrow, on
be milled to: (payable to: Carib- hat can be done to break the
iga Girls' ,staste) forwarded to Korean stalemate.
rs. Hr.ti- *le Crump, Box No. 376,
G Muarg ta, Canal Zone. Mrs. His firs talk, however, was
fr-tump is ihe treasurer of Carib- with.his old comrade-in-arms,
Sln Girls'tate this year. President Eisenhower. Their
, Por further information, Mrs. private 30-minute talk preceded
, MUs igner, chairman of Girls' a White House luncheon in tile
t*ateo or s. Louise Griffon, de-; aggressive old soldier's honor.
,artment president of American I!
Auxliry may be conFurniture Factory
Several members of the cornmI- NY Destroye
; ttee are now working on spon- n
*, r .o [;In NY Destroyed-
jorships. JrS. Winifred MacDer-' re Dead
ttof Gtn is workingon this F ire; 5 Dead
ttoe. Individual unit Girls I
Jte chairmen an unit presi- NEW YORK. March 3 (UP)
,Id1t t -Five persons were killed to-
,,_ day in a four-alarm fire that
T fj^--,,i,, destroyed a furniture factory
LEGAL NOTICE andsent huge clouds of dense
.. TT- .. ',Tmoke billowing through a wide
5 .i. M Now 1 Cleot -1r The area of the Bronx.
do fa M Cew l Zoes Firemen searching the ruins
4e6 50, tI found five bodies, at least two
'EMI sArtrm or TON MSTATE or them, women, Dr. Harry IM
OLpN a TYAN,. Jr. Archer. deputy Fire Conmis-
nesaised stoner and surgeon for the de-
Sie Proba.T e o y apartment. announced.
AR xA.TI ON icR P One man was rescued ftro
I AIPs a T the burning building. At leat
LE b ,m that &a t a p- 12 firemen were overcome. .J
P r. Jr. e, w a t, w ere treated at the scene f'
rfelee ,o f ae treemad t. smoke inhalation.
oetf atr M Zae we sfle
Ceawt e o. 3e, 1a, a.m
of e Cet at USSD CARS: lKB CITAo
tI-n, e eo, hbe. om for i- USED CAS. Co* mpsat
Of Ua p.e ismwe. h an owdie PRICE Compar *QU
lowt n -Copare j"o401 C
,~AN. AMMWE. AU o*f r earns ae
S ca ewem, q thi a- RECONDITIONID 6&
Lob s Harris Au LIV* l.A
K"*= IA4= X4llI
E PASO, Te,
-NA skmn !
Mtxico bad threat
the Mexican government is
able to "protect the right
actress Rosaura Revueltair.
Miu Revuelta s is
TY UJA. Immigration.i
without bond pending s
come qf a heating tQd f
The Mexican stat Is p
leading -ole of a mo
produced at Silver CtI,
which a congressman P
blmy __i P I.d w h.-1sh,
eng ma --by a bunc0-
0FwUAu uW.U~ y a UUUv B gifneer. H.
SEOUL, Korea. March 3 IUPi mUnstG." '- etthe tPa
Late winter rains turned the *
Korean battlefield into slippery In other developments
mud today and only light patrol day. :
actions were reported along the Immigration agents refum ) trans
front. led the actress appear at. joint Departme
Rain and low clouds grounded meeting of El Paso locals the f
most United Nations planes ad United Mine, Mill and 1 and
only weather reconnaiss ance Workers Union. which l tant Chie
flights we're reported. Ing the movie, "8alt Yars late
Two South Korean patrols T
slogged through ankle-deep mud A four-hour hearing on a hbanged
to attack two Communist out- charge she entered this coon ant reol
posts under cover of artillery Illegally to star in the ,nt and he
and mortar fire on the eastern ended without an imediat
front last night, ruling on her proposed rIeien
The reds returned the fire, but '---
made no attempt to counter- oore'
pulled back to their own linesal ro a"b ooret
after killing Or wounding 39wsel Will i
reds. id Wa 9 s
The Communist naction to. -
day was In m rked contrat to uri l 1W
recent days when bold thrusts i.
by Red forces all along the MXCo CTff. MareUsh W) fi~
fighting front caused specula- -Ex-Cuban
tion in Allied osarters that the Prio Socarrs preds;t.
CommunI might e readying niht that the
a spring ofttesa4e. government of U
Fuliganco Datita wi
thrown "lng taone -
tional elections atifts'
jt. +11 I ,, = r-..ld untU il4 9H
li rio, who has been i
the United States ad
since he was ousted
by Batista, said that M
+ surprise to those who M
SI"t week and
t ,.would be
i hr 11 wul.
Paiy les M a et orea
eynolds LIFETIME Aliali-
muM Cormgated Roo lt
d Si M I,.
Rust Proef, N"ed no Pajstk
Beaty an4 IgMfdity.
EO. F. NOVEY INC.
where parking isa pleuure)
79 Central Ave,--Tel. 3-0140
IMpdo NxO S. L
shipping moving, stor .
Io pack and ote or move
anything. 'Plone 22461.
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W im Mars "
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afered to -
it t Be
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faml U y. i iOfA I ---
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*eur ceiim n istip
Today, Tuwis March a 3
S Q-MAGc for Tuesday
4: *M dal
sio be Ierr
t1I-Wtht Towu FaVorlid t
I:00.-O1-JS Uer (DDC)
I: l--iqpeabI Rlhlude
WftHptw. I. III
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a. *, ,*i^r/
Traauuithmla bid, Bluhb "Aget y Oiel" Sebeel
rNom=: MI IMg 8-U PAT 3-UI.
:-:- 0 TODA Y -:-:
ayr baId furt
a- t -
fIu.,~ time I. th.~uai
out Of thegpSi -
I aUledk ref erred -to I
portsa that the m ut
ed plans to b IR tw ,#
In which Rumaeow a0-
tremits" a against 1 ty6 00 d
the South out oi the Deier
.... m Halleck said In a House ma
i Sp. m........... It i h ae mn 'It h Ie s at aren't from I
aLrs.m sse. i ro n aI sI rum, committee tolRok R u a
St 10 GI m utem d M %, loff the nationwide loo100
they are already Ying st
him out of the party."
Sll 6oev .eaon h at the Cen:O W IthA.ter, releU iFacetiously, HallS* i id
1 Is Charles Chaplain's first ilore i lDemocratic commMe dese
t4 o make. In anOther m9 Yea or so m p,, athy In Its dilemmoa
F MII amln move. It will have tiab three i
.Uto my--situstionnomm3L. orIlanput "rThe left-wingers they
pohas been Immutable. willi ng to sponor were dniere
betI, he house Is, tjen: Why doesIt a r li i aid "On the o hi d 1t
And what happens to thoe I O- can't afford to a -'
audience listen to a M
t o their own party whose
S vably one-man lJobs. W n t nt ly Democratic leader f ap
Limelight -- the star, t h prod& the burn of Texas rep at
the composer and the dho"fmpbe, he ia publican party afr w
e picture. V helps deaan the .a e.he QOP leaders plenty to
hu helps mrAigp the lighting, be ho own bout between n=w miL
scme ry, la all off-tage Voiloes, origi- election. He sugg.
p t ck Drop hs.i lathe first t ea ns withhold"gr
to aI t vito theDe
la nae. t -
-r N QUS T O D A Y %- E 'E S .
A V1irA ITI TROPICAL
S Showm; lM-0. 5: 5 : 16- 5:1. .m-. :
OUR SNACK BA 01P* AT Is IVM.
Try "r ieuuoMl m UWmnMo" h. "r het Ubu.
REMEMBER OUR POPULAR DAY $1.10 per car,
and the film...
S "MASSACRE RIVER"
MARCH 5 to 9 -
THE MWBT ACTION PICTUR... I
imk is HUMAN DRAMA
"Oae of the mot laselatiag and fmWila I ahi one
ebald Hepe for." ..*-N3SWWML
"Anyone who mismse it is passing up meof the ment
regarding maotl petures of the year."
-.NW YORK TIMES.
"LIM UGT" will be shown only p1t te C raim! Theatre
IIn& II s
& AELLA VISTA and TROPICAL
Shbws: 1:0 :IM 5:51 7:n 9:. pn.
SIMULTANEOUS PRE RELEASE! -
Atm snuw tMen
alp COMM = Bunt exast-
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John Payne Coleeo Gay
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At 9:00 p.m. WAHOO!
Richard Todd, In
"FLESH and BLOOD"
Wobby Henry. In
$100.00 at 6:00 p.m.
$100.00 at 3:00 p.m.
Anthony Dexter, in
Jon Hail, In
with David Farrr
with Jane iomell
Lisabth asaet mI
t"o LATI rt0bTAaa
1iro Armfadria. in
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Bs!kethal an ns To Hop Oni
~~ h I 'iBy JIMMY BB e ae-Holy (A 1-Amer- to make te. nicks and. Ita
NZA. Special Correspo4at .6uted 4es% est In seemed doubtful wtherIt
Ib ton people 1 otld bd wbrth his while t9
....*.NEW YORK (NR' y onMGuico sb co p ack tin- r. Thi. s NW
IT LO S0S of professional vengeance.. Yor ,1t3& drea. me
S~.-fledged giant in Oeo1t ng 7000 of thei turn- one ot the finest Play-m
UlIn. alId then it ca4 oouttpo see th play ers to step."obt a i16,Ouft
MIAMI, Fla., March L. (UP') t- wAhh with a r.ad e Celtics--nd way Al has delivered with 4 a'N
Aging Joey Maxim st i the -tr game which .clicked. m0ded. each M 4v* one this "yerm and is mw neWs
rin, against a coaf t yong W it. has a real, honest- of.'the4 was at .tM den ed one of- the prims r0mlU .
sponler named Danny N edle to-. odness Bad Mae. to give McGOure rhe.a why the New Yrirs most o
tonight in a televised round. 'e villain is Al MoGuire, And it's that way all over top of thpir sco. -.
er which both flght i regard as th battling bartender from the league. The Knickerbock- Commented Jo-' I'antdek,
a "million-dollar" bt. .kway Beach, 'L I., who is 6ta" Bad Man cre0 stir coach of the -lew Yorkert
For the forme t heavy- a combination of Bobo Olson he oes e Me- when asked about lis boy;:',"e
weight champion oe a world, and Ed Sprinkle when he fi in a g e the rq- has all the drive In the wAtd
Svictor, over the .fged ex. New York Knickerbockers let I l hmtle get f a work- and if he gives a man K-b
SMarine from Tampt s the loose on the court. ou.d so dbes. a' body who time on the court he's
Sbeglnning of a carer ja the "e Cat," as they -call him r near the st'-0oot. 180- it only because he playsg-.
heavyweight diviaton. at Madison Square Garden, has d McOuire the court. hard."
been the center of a feud 9Ban Ii g to the
*.For the 25-year-old Nardico, which has perked up interest flery-empered Irishman. Eddle Gottlieb backs him up.
-4. victory means a shot at Archie in the National Basketball As- Lst, ear, he pushed six- "I used to think he was on the;
SMoore's light hea we g sociation to an all-time high foot-seh Dolph Schayes of floor strictly as blackjack
S championship. up in Boston. Svrace right across the court. guy, but this year he is cer.
Although confident, and back- This year he has baen In tainly a wonder," the Phlla-
ed by the booknimker who have After I rough and ready threatening situations with delphis coach said.
made nimk a 9* t& favorite, duel with the Bbantown entry, guys the sl of Bob Brannum, cOutre,. whose family owns
Maxim admitle lon ring the Celtics. McGtati brought ax-ftve, 220-pound Boston a hotel and bar and grill at
career will be w p i he the .house down w*on;ghe snarl tar, the Long bland seaside town,
loses. -. tp ed, "I own Cousy, 'heq be i a lot different than the way
A defeat for Na who last lucky if he gets, a basket off But McOGtre has been dell-he looks oa the court.
January become tb "nly man me the next time we meet. He living. In his last three out- I guess I took like a real ruf-
ever to floor na lAMotta, can't score more than 10 points a gOaBinst Cousy, he stopped fian out there.," he admits, "But
would mean he would be just when I'm guarding him." thegr eat Celtic' scorer with all I do Io play as hard as
another light-be&vy' This produced a howl from .le, six and nine points in I can. r dori't1,ean to foul
%ANHAM RAISES MAYHEM -Play itn amnkle-deep nw, Usually reserved B tonlan. he time he played aisst guys, but rdm1e I just jet.
Along The. Fairways High Lnwof,
Pvt. William Driggins, Head- their golf game, Brazos Brook .
quarters Battery, 65th Antlair- intends to put up a good fight a i i
craft Artillery Group, Fort Clay. in the annual I ni ter Club i hf l2 im I
to edged out M/Egt. Donald Matches which will begin in ear- VU I U I
G. irna. Battery "A," 903 AAA ly March. Some of the fine golf- :
attallon, by one stroke to cop ers who will be available to help, "
the ,6th AAA Group Golf Tour- Brazos in the Inter-Clb are i
nament last Frida afternoon at Clio Burns, Marie Parks, Ruth|I
the Fort Davis Golf Course. Lincoln, Verna Johnson, Made-
lon Garrett, and Margaret Leigh.
SDrigglns won his victory on The other competing clubs had
the f1nal day of four days of better be getting sharpened up '1VH W 'H*
play. He overcame a three stroke as these girls are out to win. Gibral5g.'
liad held by Kenna in the final La t .
o days of play on the rugged Cleo Burns should give all Balboa 2 2 .
Davis links. contestants the most trouble as Brewee 1 2
she is really burning up. the Chevias 0 9
"Xenna shot a 145 on the first frways right now. Recently ----
Sholes played at Fort Amador she went out with new irons, In the first game of a tw
w Dtig~ns came through vsyo ed o one under p q -bill d the Br eft
ayo furd aysfbthte babk anet ang e d up to the Baboa H8 to the u
!j w .rq lead was re- with a sizzling 4 to. 1edBthfe W to 4tlmthe4 Pa iMulk5bK
to two strokes on the first new course record holder for League.
I holes played at Davis, as women at Brazos Brook Country In te second game
en nashot a 75. and Drigglns Club. The old record was held by took the Chevles 2 to
S 74, a two over par for Vrgnia oeenan with a 7.. i- urth ra gin.
t Davis Clb. ain ah7u.Vieda, uneho9 fo t h
th barckor anrea&
n the final dayof pla at not expectedto give Cleo any alas, J. 2b 51
SDiggini repeated his 7 competition for the new record Salas, B. s 4 2 2
ad shenna r7n to difgculty in ie she has been inactive in Flynn c 31 1 4 1 0 o
da several of the greens to finish golf for the past year and a half. NapoleonS at 1 2 0 1 1of the at
S a five over par. .. lb 4 0 0 0
Capt. Dudley Shina, Head- Cicero c le 4 0 r0 0 A 2 '5 .
quarters Battery, 76461. AAA Rowley It 8 0 0.4 0O 0 r . r *
Teb finished third. d otohn p 84 12 2 2 0
The ttyp eight men in the 65th -- -
Group's Gof Tournament will Totals 3 7 13 ,1 40
comprise the Grdup's golf team
which will enter the United
StateS Army Caribbean Tourney ab-rh po s
scheduled for March, 9. Peaced b 3 00 1211
w#ott b 3 00 2 Capt
The Ladies Ringer Tourna- 4 1 4 3 0
ment which has just ended at -e J.c 3 o 1 100
T Brook Country C be re-d Wtsf 3 1 0 3 0 0
suited in Some of the lowest 11 1 0
g raUscdrel ever turned in for t 0
a Lget. Interest in the tourna- R t 1 0 4 0 0
mep t was keen and many of the R. lb. 1 0 6 0 0
girls really worked on improving p 1 0 0 0 1 0
the scores. Cleo Burns againJ s 0- 1 0 0 1 0 0
displayed top form and walked
off with low gross honors, a 63 ota l SU1 I
total score. Cleo also proved that b an
hes low hAndicap is no handicap 2 1i3 7 13 4
as she tied Marie Parks for low o-r 0-5 2 3
net honors, both girls netting a U1pird: Crrn and Grace.
6. Modesty prevailed and Cleo ii fgame: 3:.
declined accepting prizes for
both low gross and low net. Secon4gam :'
Marie, another leading Braoze FI GIP T
golfer, was not far behind Cleo 12poa
In her fross score as she totaled (hance 200
a Verns Johnson, who is a OLF PARTNERS- A eenan1 lb 1/4 0 0
rapdy improving golfer, tied Bauer, older half of the fan fl1oneso f 0 2 0 C
with Lottie LaCroltX- for second sister golfing act, and her -' Gibson 3b 4: 0 2 0 0 2
met prize, both girls scoring 59's. husband, golf professional Bob Iedeaux 4 0 1 3 2 0
'ftat completed the prime win- Hagge, are a picture of happl- swearingen S0 1 1
nl* department, however right hess at Miami Beach after re- Kelleher rf :t 4. 0 0 2 00
behind those girls was Madelon vealing their marriage. TlThoey. Delamnater 211i 0 0 3 1 0
OGarrett with a net 60, and Owen met last Summer when paired In, aul man p C. 1 1 0.
Apolequist with a net 61. an exhibition match at Saga, .
With so many of the girls, tuck, Mich. (NEA) Totals 26 5 82
showing great improvement in'
Balas 2b C 't 1
Nunex of, c 3 0 30 "
Olivaresas 4 1 2 1
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ed by the
* and Recr
program will I esm Junior and
Senior events with the Junior
events for children comprising
the retter number.
Trophies for y of the
events will e warded to the
successful competitors by the
Gamboa Civic Council. The
Shrine will award tropes. for
the special 50 yards Ne style
events for the 14 iysa age
-ntry forms have beeh ibt
oat to all U. S. rate gynmasiumr
and pools and tote-Armnned
M orn Special Service u eAR at
ml and naval n5.taf^U
The CNet will sta" at MD_.m.
Entries are0 ex7pet Cram
maloy of the Arme F eo, as-
nal Zone communities, and re-
prwontatives from the Republic
not later than March 18, 1953,
by swimmers desiring to corn-m
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Yost Demands More Money;
Is Rated Top Third Bas
By JO*W MeCALLM .
NSA Stff Correepoent
AIRW YbRK. March 3 -IfYost. The Nabt have had 4 te
Ie Kl isn't the sUckest atars, beloved ,of the sn. AMI
Cbaseman In the bi right up thwre edth te
YE today, then Edward the flve-toot-I, 1r -
Yost is. quiet, mannerly- .o Ung *
e are solid ball players who has handled ta chores at
at IViat portion In both third so Wall4 4g8M7,
1 aw. tsit s faw-4
jl q tor sustained excellence have step N r
in dntments over tbhe sadots t a-
p:tsaMle of seasons, nobody Signed In 1.4 as a
lbunMg ahead of the Washing. boy with the A__i f)Ws
ton r. ba background@,. e 3W P
raw-boned 32-year-old seven games w h i
Oaone Park, L. I., has then went Into tary
5ee of the moast aght- He was back at the saite
S emmodities n .e am- stand in 1947, hWa jt tIap.U
jork golly, how the Tsmees an Inning in th i
wouI le to hav : h tim: plus Among other Rim1, Y6 t
up, a yawning bole St taals. tds the league Jieed I"
Cao isengel'addmire: in t three double 7iay a-i a
agteens, a ely and led the
nea eo what's goingW on A plays in lMo, -prtn
of of tactics, a walBagague
to a nNle. : W M -
Fe other day there was Ity W G TJCZi
item th the ae a6ut. Ysans al re-
holing out for 00. "W W Johnso's 0i.
snorted a guy, checking e 4e tve.ry, s*o tbe
1982 averages, "ia a ."23 t', for an
Sel doing asldng for t'&
it Is trangerperhav i outlo
th&Cltrk Orlfflth, owner of d tyn he arem J &
tfhlSators, most likely 'wil att.howwlle.
mte youn man's d mands. A ftit-ca bathn eye -1Po
To s ft M box oice n ae t tr h tUw
Wah n- and nobody due of walks.
I~t'better than the Old 'i m't use ay .eof odLe
kiJ Stanky's deliberate onu Ig
Analyzing the '52 r e or s, tricks," hbe says soberly. When
however, Yost's high sa lary I foul a pitch, you'll see tat
ternw shouldn't come as any It generally oes algng the W
eye-widening surprise. Don't some place. Tbha aws I'am tec
let.that 233 batting mark fool Ing to hit t. My average a*
you. against bobby ants last
was l0, and .4 atuu
LEAD-OFF MAN IN Raschi, and .m40
NMK BASIBALL Lopat. But thfit T el ol
YIt Is the beat lead-off man Who said he was through?"
la ball. Last trip he walked Yosat who recei d '" -. --
SUilmes, got 137 hits. This, ter's Degree fI a New York O-
oadqmtg eight times he was university In, JaWary anu
M usk.,by pitch 4 balls a- been teaching shool scoffs
I5 to 274 ocoaslons he those who costead that a i
ed first base: Only Amer- has to be stout swtlger At
League Batg Chnampion get Into the b er pay brao .
Pain got on more time. "Maybe Uy're right," h"
Iftu Owner Griffith sent grants, "but I think walks h.*
hisUt b firsr matract this a club a lot and I'm not doin
it called for a cut. The too badly with them."
MJ Rx .pointed a Bddle's It reminds you of the aft-i
Ji ltlag Iua4 it refused noon Babe Zuth was being
to W e. and them rubbed salt stantly w ald. After
aGrith's eM g hand fourth m he trunmed
W a pay raise deasud first base each and sald:
SIsn't a motre w gd getting so many free pm us 'm
or I'm beginning to teel 5kh
n &y ann Prmes" It r, fS rmstqe.*
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At Gulf Ports IM
NEW ORLEANS, March 3 (UP) Am e
S- Virtually all major ship repair
in the northern Gulf of Mexico TWEM'o.IGHI i.... PA- J..
today was halted for a second .ANI,,,
day by a strike of 5,000 CIO .
auppyard woriaers here and at
Mobile, Ala. C 0
Demanding sUS Readies waBienb
arnd other benefits in a new con- EU
tract, members of the CIO's In-
dustrial Union of Marine and
Shipbuilding Workers of Amer-
ica quit work at the Todd-John-
sonDry Docks here and at the E'
Alabama Drydock and Ship- -
building Co. at Mobile. 1 0 / I.M
The union's old contracts with
both companies expired over the ; -
weekend and negotiations for WASHINGTON, March $(UP) Alken, S. C., stat & y of the' atiale Ar ena
new pacts broke down. The United States is fishing not be intil expetWd t eo
The Todd-Johnson yards, efforts to produce a few, hydro- Meanwhile gojte ;
where 1,200 were on strike, is the gen bombs with a elstmt jeet has been t n y 'Wealk a i
largest of four drydock firms destructive capacity of' more at least ftwo atverdSons t.ht
here and the only one big e- than 100 square miles 'each more of th more owequtLJ.
enough for ocean-going vessels. for use in cae of a military Ina event of i The 'ri r7p W
The Alabama firm is the only emergency he one te
major reair yard at Mobile and TwQ.alant hydrogen explosions d it w re o0 ual to
has 'about 4,000 workers on its were set off last -la1 .a !l we- what the' 'r.. taeb of To T.
payroll. tok, at lerat one t thedn said tinP o bt bob b i l
to have beensom150 times placedIn a .darried terms of TN'
Officials of the Mobile irm powerl.l as: the World- War t modern, A-bome ruir be
said, however, that only about atom bomb. Bomb ex i AtoKi0,00 and 100,1 tosuby-h
1,500 men worked last week as b O there are An doilvera. Energy c t Ala- same standard.
contract negotiations reached ble ombs as yet in the na- mos and e,
a deadlock, tieo'a Sady-to-.se asental, in New Me The rIst dverlTe e
ace 16. oauthoritatiyve out 'engine uItIes bombs e tda t
Todd-Johnson offered its em- sopr tti.t wbin, a tohb o der
Idoyes a 13-cent an hour Ain- Atm experts are .striving to trw e .s-a11 ay *' -a e l. t.
ease today without success and o everaevenbefore the Eentua Ii be up to On
Bert LeBianc, member of the rvannth River If-bomb plant President ,tO say how b oibeau ,41 tO-
only that ppearedwe are asking Q, utty production of H- sources ahal o fo th.ie--h:ie
Sani pyards suspeay anded oper- cannot under way un- A-bonb V&- p foucon.itgt hy
i ved workingg conditions for t1 the $1,500,004.000 plant near The firatH_ to comOout r 11
The shipyard wors."Unders received 14
totitraot, first-class mechanics
made $1.8nts7 an hour.
Federal mediators storked with
eomparke nd union negotiations
bother and in Mobile until
rly.today without success and
who wketa kid'appeared this morning,
Thl shipyard workers receive d
32 cents an houreraises last oeart
after a asixmonthns strike often
maked by violence.
r i WhoRape
who was kldnppe from the
im es by,$eu laughin youths,
sald she told her a a=leto she
Should rather be killed than
oliee, menwil.e, e.f.tued
-a wllapread search for the .... .
44ine andthen left the victlm City of UPrwLnr,. U _V 0*il set up"M"
A i9yor boek .l her hands. e4m to ga .. ..:-
SPoint 4 Direus
.. technical PhasKOr,
eTh conference of the directorsldeV wnrJ P U nwr
tf to th iUaa released
'Whether I seveIt aasoup a a
sauce, or use it in cooking-f can
always count on building a graid Mal i -
with CampbeUll's Tomato Soup It'. a "
favorite in our family... wins so much
praise at the dinner table, saveMs ,
much time and work in the kitcba *
it's both taste and nourlPanFor an eftr
delicious, extra nutritious treat, add milk.
to make a tempting oeawm of tomato
its ideal Igor"l... sfu-.bodieit..
adds coWelor d Savor toso nisty kinds of
dishes. Comes from the WA in Jus t
right con awten f
The onifer e mg Inaugura-
ted a .mple cer-
Chairman .. conference,
spoke k6 W poye n4 wel-
come IoW He
er, JonathaM Deputy
Po ha ePoinatest
future of jr am-piPwn a U.S.
IBt a gedt l -
Befaring to fb ai the
qgm.^S'ff, BinshAMl tf
signed to help amnatio to
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