The Panama American

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

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:01530

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. Meeting In joint session last
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a the grievance committee of
e Canal Zone Bar AodaS.on
Mfd to refer to a general
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It m US District Judge
S F. Crowe for guidance in
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Charles J. Kersten charged ia-'b ..f iciul
recMtoday that the Panom* Ci^ Co. seems to
ded4 to impose on UWited Statep citizens ie 'iea Cua
Zog.me of the deficit in cost O foperatin thlu waWB
way. .
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cr since the yeaw 1937 a oas a ciM i e,, the
reve!. from the Coaml has r not been aduatelo
awW ild0 the cost of 4peruatid," lie wn .
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the employ. e solicit your as-
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Ods ten bus pROgers
4 tly Injured wbmn five
.iadaon RaoAolph Road
the Coco Solo gate around
Thomas, the marine,
wus a passenger 1 e. of
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A Mi urriael A. ergank,


Galindo Is being charged with
reckless driving and Arnold and
Henry Hind* with following too
elosely. according to pollee.


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%e unfair to reltzl s these
:Iloye to bear any ortiosl of tW
cat of operating the enal by the
threat to impose Ibse charges at
this time."

Swedish Prince

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can help us Correct this unjust ~fnce Wilhelm. brother of the
condition." King of Sweden, was confined to
... ta I hois room at Hotel 1 PanamA to-
Keratn co ented that day sufering froma an attack t
"When the American ctilen the flu
leaves the United States to work "
in thelntereas of his country in The royal visitor, who arrived
a region like the Canal Zone, he ahst night on Braniffa 3l ConM
gives up certain baaic privileges quistader, is not reeetlia any"
one, it was lcrrned today.
has been on an ext.msdve flah-
Sh I R treo in the Bahamas. Cubal
n I 5 -m and lPeru.


Prince Wilhelm still expects to
keep bis original schedule wB1lh
was to leave PanamkA
aboard the Johnson LhUe drl
M.S. Portland, bound for S0tt*
(',?n.
The Prince, who arrived hmf*
with a higrh fever., Id beinR trtk"C
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accompanied on the trip by hM
aide, Capt. Gustav Ulfsparre.


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YANKEE DOODLE-Secretlry of State John Foster Dulles
proved that he could doodle ith the best of them when he ap-
peared for questioning before the House Foreign Affairs Com-
mittee. When asked what prompted him to write "Dulles Must Go."
he said that was the new slo.in of the New York Daily Worker,
Communist Paity newspaper.


FLEES EAST GERMANY HAS GONE TO THE DOGS -
Refugee Margot Dittmann escaped hionm the iNrranny behind the
Iron Curtain, and she took her 15 dogs %ith hei. Mi. Dittmann
broughtl her dogs from East Berlin to the Airelitan sector in two
subway trips. First she (.ame with her thiee Afghanistan wolf-
' bounds, and then made a second trip with her 12 Poodles.


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9 Pewter coin
of Malay
10 Story
11 Lieutenants
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12 Auricles
19 Jump on one
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21 Appropriates
22 Crafty
23 Symbol for
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25 Chair
26 Peel
27 Sea eagles
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- ish outlook presumably was
i spelled out by Eden nd plU. Ia
'the specific propoa they i
to President Elsenhower, e-
tary of State Dulle0 and oMdr
top administration mein
It wil eoBme re htIfw
Amerleans de net
substance to or owr m r ,k we.
selves by meeting the British
program with matching ro-
pesals of construetive merit.
The recent report on a White
House survey, drafted by 13
American business, labor and
farm leaders, strongly appealing
for lowering of tariffs and other
i barriers restricting foreign ex-
ports to the U.S.. is a laudable
step in.the right direction.
If out of the current talks
emerge the beginnings of a plan
to unshacklea trade, to promote
the freer in national exchange
of currencies, and to boost the
productive dapaclties of both the
manufacturing nations and the
raw material producers, then the
Eden-Butler visit will stand as
something of a milestone.
With Russia faced with crucial
leadership changes, this Is the
hour for the West to weld more
tightly the vast resources of men,
skills and materials it can mus-
ter to stand out awalnst the enig-
matic Soviet coalition.

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Refrigerator

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BUT If you're a wide-awake
businessman concerned with
the advertising and sales pro.
motion of your progrelve 1
business. you'll want to Ikiw
that our CLA881rIDO
COLUMNS ofier you those t'.
est. most economical. U.MW
convenient way to reach aB..
tomers!
Every month .. every week
S.. every day-THE PANAMJ
AMERICAN carries MO3
WANT ADS than al etheIs
daily papers in PanamA eee-
bined!


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TI. Isa a lot o -Aoney, not to Inention the
anguish WotMt. Patton which sl incalculable.
She still has not fit tablecloth for use when com-
pany comes and you can* much blame her for
ting that the U.S. Government cough up
$5.34.
Mrs. Patton, who lives In Nato Rey. Puetto
Rico, Where department stoa" ar scarce, Im-
ported her tablecloth ia mail Oert a cost of
$6.34 The collector of oatoms M d ea
could tell whether It was,
m a$C hn e- l le to of I W
offle for adv, .on El.
Finally, on F e 160 1M gotb her
cloth. She spread It on Ie a e and she nearly
fainted. Some funny-buily oomewhere along the
line had chopped a hole i1 It. Looked ike he
did it with barber sbeara.
Pou can't blame Mrs. Patton for demanding
that the Federals pay up, but I do wish I'd known
a year ago. I'd have contributed the $5.4, my-
self.
As It Is. with time eosamaad. letters written.
and debate to come, her tablecloth aetualy will
cost us taxpayers many hundreds of dollars. And
there's still no certainty that she'll get the
money.
The cloth-cutting officials In Puerto Rico
wrote of their embarrassment to the Bureau of
Customs In Washington.
This agency turned the problem over to the
Secretary of the Treasury.
Ho wrote P letter to the iareau of the Budget,
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this 'nill take 1t1hae 4an a
com oto. daneM for' r
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SCooperation
S BY BRUCE BIOSSAT

There is reason to hope that
h: cu, reanL visit of British For-
eign Secretary Eden and Chan-
cellor of the Exchequer Butler
differs from most previous post-
war expeditions of European
statesmen to the United States.
Heretofore the stress too often
has been upon mere palliative
measures, hiding ,our allies over
from crisis to crisis.
Always the lasting solution
seems to have been avoided be-
cause it meant hard doalions
on both sides that neither was
yet willing to make.
But the mood has altered.
Evidence suggest -the British .k
are prepared to peek at last1
constructive ansop to theig
underlying econ dHMi ..
mas. And the lnMa ,
also that the new mA
administration wal to gu-
pie with tl b he dtk
Up to now the of
western laternatiol
has been marked by4he crampet
outlook.
Restriction has been the watchi-
word. National se#f-protection,
conceived in the narrowest
terms, has been the corollary.
Under the spur of Butler's new
and more positive approach, the
emphasis has shifted to. econo-
mic expansion, to a lowering of
international barriers to a full-
er. freer flow of trade for the mu-
tual benefit of all the free coun-
tries.
This spirit activated the econ-
inmic conference of the British
Commonwealth nations last fall. <, ..
To work well, it must like-
wise reflect itself in more and ___
better production of goods
within Britain proper, where
for too long indtriaflsts on
the whole have nat shown the
vital urge to modernize their
plant facilities and techniques.


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Panama Minislers Mexican Gard ills

VisHi AF School US (rewman Aboard

For Lalin America Delained Shrimper
MEXICO CITY. Marc 12 (UP
Minister of Education Victor C. -A Mexican guard killed an
Urrutia and several other high American crewman aboard a
Panamanian government offi- shrimD boat detained at Campe-
dls toured the classrooms of the che last night while attempting
AF School for Latin America to break uD a brawl, the U.S. em-
a*Albrook AFB yesterday morn- bassy reported today.
lg. The slain man was identified
lAccompanying Urrutia were as Gilmer F. Flaher of Bunnell,
Catalino Arrocha Graell, Minis- Fla., a member, of the crew of
ter of Government and Justice the shrimper Johnny haw. The
arid Camilo Levy Salcedo, chief shooting occurred aboard a sister
ofProtocol. boat, the Howdy Shaw.
President Remon's administra- The Shaw boatlb owned bY the
tion has taken advantage of spe- Shaw Brothers Fishing Co. of Ft.
cialized training in aviation of- Myers, Fla., are among 15
fered by the School to Latin shrimpers held here by Mexican
American countries. The first authorities for allegedly fishing
group of Panamanian students illegally In Mexican waters.,
selected by the government to Reports of the shooting were
attend the School are In the cur- partly conflicting. Amer c a n
reht class. Chatg .d'Affalres Paul T. Cul-
Sberton said he was told by Mex-
Marcos Miranda, school civil- ican officials, Fisher and Dick
Ian translator and National Air- stem of the Howdy ibaw "got
port mechanics instructor, who into some kind of a fight "
serves as a liaison between the The guard, one of four station-
School and the Panamanian gov- ed aboard the boat, fired one
ement, accompanied the vWtt- shot "to frighten the men by
who were escorted by school shooting over their heads," Cul-
dommandant Lt. Col. Harry M. bertson said, but his shot struck
#lbaugh. Fisher.
The Coast Guard in Port Isa-
Sbel, Tex., said it intercepted a&re-
odSelI~o (hargod port from the Mexican marine
radlo at Campeche to the effect
lh Ta Easiih that Fisher "apparently went
irm ax Eason berserk and attacked another
seaman with a knife." The guard

; him.
NEW YORK, March 12 (UP)- Both sources said that Stern
rank Costello was charged with suffered only superficial injuries.
vading more than $73,000 In
federal income taxes tbday as retta,-from disposing of their
the government tightened a Ie- property until a $486,722 tax len
d vise on the fallen kingpin 5is tisfied.
gambler.
1U. S. Atty. Myles J. Lane said
Costello, already serving an 18-
ionth prison term for contempt
qf Congress, will bi served with
bench warrant in his Milan,
Wch., prison cell. ow b lW
t'The four-count indictment, 7 *
S handed uD earlier today by a
federal grand jury, charges that
%he boss racketeer cheated the
government of $73,437.95 during
=e years 1946-49 by falling to
Report all his income. A A
Costello faced a maximum uvU esas M M l--
enalty of five years In jail and r ..
$10,000 fine for each of the SeMiM raes lb uvft
: ar counts if convicted-a Dos-
4Ibi total of 20 more y.ars Ui. In Dmfe lsWIblul
rlspn and a $40,000 fine. ,
This was but the beginning of
tie 61-year-old gambler's legal 2
woes. Costello, born i Italy, al-


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FOR SAL -All4 b9e of te rgrator FOR JSALE: 1947Tudor ForCd 6 .__ ,.-.1877, Cr..3- 73. "
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74. Caman o Phoae l ol owner. $650.00. Hotue 0581 DR. WENDE1IAIE. 4 id7Cloneg. WIW~. ta C lrei eTwCot.Ut
S TALE -Tiree n,ogrn, chaij. FOR SALE :- 4 doorsedan.- A e lh r -3pt w. k. hes IR lftl LFE ME A..i
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Ptugucd 277 M~n r. I1'i St.eplA Avoenu$me o 0400. A NE the
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Diant- Phone 2 -- 218 b,,lIng. Paco Pkrez neenth m &seeking, T X41 S
FO. SALE 1949 5 ccle W.et- FOR SALE: 1947 Frazer Sedn. S Nd -CI T -d _
..-,- -,.. NATI AL Fr. A. wP Fumimbed ..house _.5***.
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nc ible SS.0OL Can be seen at -. ~ Available da. week 6r month.. (Why parking 1i a pleauur
I-OR FALE -Monterrey srv.*e ling c nh Sr o 1071, La Reco. on Trinidad LIANA, competent dressmaker spa. 5 h389. Cen
rco.n set. Doveno. _.phol.tered. St Work gu inante-d Cnvince wyour- A \
chair, coffee table, end I obl s FOR SALE: 1951 P ntiac 4 Dr. elf. Wanted-Dressmoker, not ap- Fo u RrI T -." "
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FOR0 ALE:-On Rse. Mntondin S ,900. Phone Balbod 4474, uny- speak Spanish and English. Dress- Ous ls A
nor set 73 pieces Also iscellc- time mke hop, Prodo 143,-Pedro M ---
,ous household articles No. 82 FOR SALE:--39 Chevrolet 4-Dr. guel. C Z FOR RENT-. Via Pa ras good, cheap transportation. Mater FORi C E bedroom chblet with Frigidaire '1 l i mo
S -- recently overhauled. Call 3-1596 fRU K J LC stove, washing machine. Phone 2-451,
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LEARN TO LY .rth A A Al Pa'W FOR SALE:-Wire hair Fox 1errier
I a A irporL Tuion on Pper Cub" t 5 months old. make AKC register- 11
:Tel. 31 _33a_ .Phone 2-1590 loll
WANTED: Jeep or wons cr- FrT SALE: -E DobTrmon Pinsch-a rfl.bed'nt
pho pp ies, purebred, 2 monthsf aid. r .- o r mon nly, t no
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unity for oth;er.. English endrSp nf thout children part e ase good ro do and to aster, m* i '
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HOLLYWOOD -(NIA).- Ex-
clusively Yours: Judy Garland's
minor burns from a smoking-In-
bed accident made a movietown
shudder that escaped the front
pages. Sid Luft walked into the
bedroom and found Judy asleep
with the bedclothes smoldering.
Jackie Cooper and Janice Paige
may be dismissing the big ro-
mance talk, but he flew to Las
Vegas for her singing engage-
ment at a hotel.
Television producers and Fash-.
ion Designer Edith Head are ad-
vising, movie queens .a what
colors their gowns can be, and
the depth of plunging necklines.
for the TV Oscar show, March 19.
A sexy black gown Terry Moore
bought for the occasion was ruled
out because it wouldn't photo-
graph well. a


Possible solution to Hollywood's
big 3-D vs curved-screen head-
ache:


Flat screens. curved actors and
3-Different kinds of popcorn.
Marion Brando is being sued
by French producer Paul Graetz
for walking out on a Paris film
production of "The Red and the
Black" in which he was to have
co-starred with Micheline Prelle
Ronald Reagan's admitting he
was approached to be a Califor-
nia state senatorial candidate in
the last primary election, hut
thai he nixed the idea becausee
all I'm interested in is making
pictures."
MacDonald Carey introduced a
bevy of gorgeous swimsuit mo-
dels in a fpshlon show held on a
Western Airlines plane flying
over Southern California. then
handed the plane's pilot a gag
sign reading:
"Dangerous Curves Behind'
You. Keep Your Eves Off Them.":

WHERE THERE'S A WIL .


LISA WERRADAY and Pam Blu-
S mental's widow are having
heart-to-heart talks about the
movie financier's will Lisa would
have been his bride this summer
S had he lived to see. hLs divorce
become final.
Estelita and Reoublic studio
have called it a day and she's
preparing for a night-club tour.
In orivate life. she's Mrs. Grant
Withers


.YWOOD
NE JOHNSON
Correspondent
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Bob Hope quipped at his teeti-
monial dinner in New York:
"I just found out why Italian
films look so realistic. They shoot
'em with a dirty camera lens."
Montgomery Clift will burst!
Into song in "From Here to Eter-!
nity He'll sing "The Re-Enlist-'
ment Blues That ought to burnI
Frank Sinatra. who doesn't get.
to sing a note in the same film.
Although Cara Williams. bride
of John Barrymore. Jr.. claims
the Barrymore tribe loves her.
the wags are saying that the
royal ones refer to her as The I
Don't Cara Girl."

AGE OF REASON


KATHARINE CORNELL. who's
always spurned movie offers, is
willing to listen to reason if a
studio will star her in "Florence
Nightingale."


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At a press conference for the Central Theater after a p
From Main Street To Broad-, above are: (I. to r.) MrN. Gladys
way." the great Katharine, re- Bolivar Vallarino; comp=er Mi
presenting the Council of the Blanca de Ripoll with Frandciu
Living Theater, sponsors of the Saturday for a three-day run a
film. told me:
"I would want another actress,
to play Florence as a young girl
and I would want to step in as
the mature woman. Let's face i. IC,'r LVf stI
one grows older." I (Ver La
Peggy Maley. emoting n Stan Portion Of Live
Kramer's 'The Wild One." denies
that It's serious with John Ho- Brodie Twins UHaJ
diak. She just shed a hubby in, *ole Twin s HeadU
Las Vegas.
CHICAGO. March 12 (UP) -
Surgeons today covered the last
portion of Rodney Dee Brodie's
D IABLO HT hed left open when he was
IAB UL T separated from his Siam.ese twin
in an historic operation.

OUR SHOW "The remaining open area
measuring approximately 2V2 by
FRIDAY 10:30 P. M. '2 inches was covered by shift-
ing a local skin flap into that
position." according to an an-
BORIS KARLOFF nouncement from the University
of Illinois research and educa-
BELA LUGOSI tonall hospital.
1 -. Rodney Dee's brother. Roger
S- Lee. dfed after the operation
which separated them Dec. 17.
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mal, permanent skin covering
over the brain," the announce-
ment said. "This brain covering
is expected to minimize infec-
tion. Rodney, nearing 18 months,
tolerated today's operation fair-
ly well."


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,ist valuable lyer, wspcngurihwhere he left off m Airay .akian An I "t1
1952 today while Alvin Dark, the league's AII-Star shortstop, em- Golf Trnme
barked on a new career as a second bseman. qualifying rod1 e. Po
Se upers oanicetheas frt s he*so o f the spring The s at Wsa Arilt

Shlin Drce952 ss seiso rin 13ndrhi- No entrance f. E Mteehes Is


30-yeaso a co n itch tor holls wwl lin the Pani codi n a t t lw rapro rt mot o t law
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a se2o rer -Bo Cavarrettai a i t. or dI
trey to blfte the b ohoe Tig ers' Waist irteoo des, 6-190, or mailed =t i
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red g e oH e hi ars s a second h t a San utina ges cl as ynsE Maerhew swi Id ugr p -
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to rucyu rs ul seasons for their of the spring when h strained ble
c l -orh well as nedw contrmactke amusclet tnhis right leg and re- Ne ntrneailin toi bet k s e :, f
Dntries may be men that 1.0ro I5 ,6rm



and Leo Durocher. Cavarretta, in ie o an rer y of sie a r aas Js up3 aby oW Wt 1dB
seriving to lift the Cubs into the The Tigers' Walt D rth de -I, or ale o Gai' di n Ate uiso to t pr i
frs division, is counting on blasted his first home run of boa Golf cab. uln.er the r Mringie o i"
auer foe another g te season the spring to spark the Tigers' --Prs-es will- be -- dlSpy yAoSnw'd Khng B gMO a d h
vhile Durocher. his signs set on 13-hit fr tack. Ed Mathews, later date. Watch your lo'al si de :






Coennan s ambln that League lahomers owner ou Boat racers from the Canaltransd ormed. to t w wever
But the 204-pound slugger al- d ManagerFred Haney a bla- Zone and anma will gather at prospect t He bl re for s
reaond hasre aned three hoae ong st bal ras ithe Pacteds bat Gamboa Sunday to ut on the ladder to a d 0 ha no been cmp
runs and knocked in 10 runs *in the Cuban All-Stars 3-2 jut annual show to determine the one of the leading contenders yet.
the Cubs' five Grapefruitrryl League night for their third victory in championed Georgeof their respective for the vacant w -oud cham Bourne a 20-eard



games. He hit his second homer five games. Pettit, pitching six elasse. pionship. fisted dlgge'rhas' p A
Ce:us er has b en jasif-ed. Manyd hut u. the Cu a From the Tway the w inhd hn h te u A
b~riliiant 1952 season, in I.vhihh Thlreade aIoi A-rimg M..






iEt ws the second straight d been howling down the Old Cha- ce of Kregch ed looks I r 2lt he d d Of
tor for the leagCubs, who droppuns batted 'The Senators beat the an- gres, it looks like the racers will with each h only unng
Stie fior thee exhibition kees 7-4 on il Coans three-run be in for plenty of spi s. Te impressive performance was a t t
ers. was a "one-year fling." for Holly*ood in the Pa#i.ic omatal p W J9sk out on',the side






homer, the Reds clubbed the heaviest nd strongest boat will ted decion r h
Tehe 2ndsl h h e M ana ren ns hit b in all probability carry away top oleo Apudi m under th Of 'sp.
T esix homers as thy crushed Los honors, providing the drive t a
meainy hs blasted three hore Ang all as the Pirates beat cma pSuy to put on ther eheir enes ge not been rough b
of nes anthis sing, ben D10 rus Lee C20-n oAll-Stars 32 lat anna show to determine the fone of the le con s
richer's "great xprimen In League games. 1ttit,1:00 a.m. sand will conue
ame -3 triumph over the White gsamehs.ro the day.hwiehtatnolLnee
S de e The first reaction proved giv huto out fans an i
favorIt was the second stralh vc- been howling down the Old h dne o rh andutt tsi ne I l a ws ,
tory for the Cubs who dropped The nators beat the Ya-gres, it looks like the racers will ith eh fight. a only Un nuet


games. pehmer, the Reds clubbed and Vern Hutchins are fixing ut d dei on ovr touh ne
a fish fry XCorbina) and Z be an
oun with the cannon r iies 11-7 and e Browns ready to serve at 12:00 Noon lo Ampuder the e
making mere rathn thequired of sare AngelesAll you can eat for enginess go.00i. n kiddies ad
of nes ths shorin, began D League 0-4 Don other Grapefrnguiot Activities -hal price. scheduled for pacn t. e a
croncher's eand also coritIn League gamel. 11:00 a.m. and will continue periaform e r
favorablies to the Giants 10- Gorewood dropped deCaad sey Hall, Sergeant Holmerturn re some m

hiattack. Dark, whose ol morning following. a worko Ve Hutchin are fixing wl
nce. e no r Dru Dead a fish fry Corba)and beat the Balboa Armed Te on thea Panam



c: id te no an ready to serve at 12:00 Ngt Ie
meanwhile, continue required to roll on by sportaan pror between eau




cnes and12 alsoed D ondrigetr frerlass "A" perfrme The work will be donein
handout shorp, handled. six Don Antonio Anguizela's -halfy price.n D l e' .
three saoerhes to the Giants' hi- Gorbewoou adropsd thsms da y to"r tn rhot" at torue some Urtn






hit track. Dark, whoseff N i morning feollowg, workouts wa a e tland it is expected that itwi
rm often led him Into, "hurrey t- th e Juan do. be P ton complete in taie e tla
a error" on routine ans sa pool reopened n e
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meanwhile, continued to roll oti by sportsjaa n Oe MASAll 0l..i.
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It five straight victories swth the 19a Pr, i e d talloay tomrr fo r w be to mrjl

canoied Cox sparked tohew at- o d t
4-2 wit snn over the Athldbe., and which e wa o w ouce ffialls o
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now equals that of Maj. George WASHINGTON, March 12 (UP) Former President Truman tar. Ewing supported~ matlo R 1
Davis of Lubbock, Tex., who is President Eisenhower began asked Congress in 1949 and 1950 health insurance
missing in action. his promised overhaul of the to give the Federal Security A- The aA,
federal government today by agency cabinet status. WiM It p eoplM il
seeking cabinet status for Mrs. Congress turned down both contact with mote people ln the '-
SrOveta Culp Hobby and her plans because of a heated con- United States than any their
IU 1 tOn m sprawling Fe3deral Security A-troversy over the "socialized government agency.
agency. medicine" views which some It has o37,500 employs
S1The White House said Mr. FA- lawmakers attributed to Osdar spend l mfo thma t OADS
senhower's first reorganization S. Ewing, then FSA administra- a year.
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p jin would be submitted to Con- teach'r=in
gress today. maq 1_t1I, tehea"in
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a; the last minute. h
"bncenrclement awarded
Officials would say only thatMi" byt
the plan called for making the travel or study
FSA the government's 10th It dring the
SEOUL, Korea, March 12 (UP) full-fledged department, on a
American infantrymen battled par with the Defense, State, baere ia0n by a local
through a ring of Chinese Com- Treasury, Labor, Commerce, f oa 48 applications
munists today to rescue an out- Justice, Post Office. Interior ers In Can-
numbered U.S. patrol that made and Agriculture departments. t ~h ool, i Tha
a seven-hour stand in the wfi- One authoritative source said on the ba-
ter's heaviest snowfall to break no final decision had been made atio
up a Red attack. by late yesterday on a name for Bedb the
Snow fell all along the 155- the proposed department, which ng the m
mile front. It ranged from eight would handle government acti- B proposed to
Inches in the west to- 14 inches vities in the fields of health, rant
In the east. welfare, education and social se-
In some sectors the snow curity. cants
changed to rain late in the jay As head of the FSA, now tech- rioelve th nt of tbeir.
and turned supply routes Into nically known as an "independ- dar the acade-
quagmires. ent agency," Mrs. Hobby is al- minimum of
The American patrol, outnum- ready sitting in on cabinet ses- l'
bered nearly three to one, poun- sons by special dispensation of rola jnd
eed on a 100-man Chinese force the President.
when It spotted the Reds moving As. head of a 4epart nt, iif tile
acrow.s no man's land to attack she would go up la y ak fromn a I -
a U.N. position south of Pyong- "administrator" to "secretary" wo ant
gang an the central front, and become the second wenan
The Communist troops, their in U.S. history to held a cab-
attack plans uset, surrounded inet iwt. .
the small patrol and noured rifle The first, Mrs. Frances Per-
and machine gun fire-on the kins, was secretary of Labor in
Amerieans. Reds mortars sent the Franklin D. ooseveltv ad-
. In shells from rear positions. ministration:
The Americans dug in and The President'8 plan will go
fought back. Their commander into effect auotm ay in 60
radioed for reinforcements, days unless vetoed y either the
One body of troops from the House or the Senate, A m, rity 1_ -pe t o e-_
main Allied positions ron Into vote of the chamb frI mem- AR pltADO Speaker oaf te
.a. t~ib communists surrounding the bership is reaued t veto -a re- Senate Majority Leade rn t.
patrol and was itself cut off. organization pn'. mintration has abandon
A second American force pvsh- Mrs. Hobby, wewi helped et Taft-Hartley labor law
e!. in to the fight and linked up up the Demioertf-ferbe*a- held on the subject. Martin and Taf- -
with the first aroup of reinforce- hower orgt ba a last year, with President Elsenhower when ItM
ments. Together thev fought now elasesherses t as e rlib-
the"' way throntrb the Reds and eral RepibUlian.0 '
re-che4 the mntrol. She beaded the Women's Army
Finally, at 10 a.m.. even hoars Corps in World War II and was I T f
after the patrol first jumped the co-editor and publisher, with
superior Red foure. the Amer- her husband, of the Houston
1i*ns broke out of the Commin- Post when Mr. Eisenhower nam-
nist rcle and returned to their ed her to head the many-sided
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round and we want more of it. to the scene near the
SI We saw indeed we almost II wheresire breaks a
took part in the Circle Thea- his head bid gets al
ter's well-directed version of turn, the sllghtly-'e]
'Private Lives" which stands up audience had caught
tH | for a rollicking good evening of the occasion.
| ISH straight theater sans psychologi- Bits 4t broken reeoz
cal nuances. Into the audience a
Balcony-and-bedroom melo- ceuhion thrown in as
drama on toast was just the dish on one ofM 4 f etI
for the pleasantly amused audi- act cdt'agoa t tod!
ence which found the Bella Vista pes~ an List
room atop Hotel El Panama In a fight fle
quite a different guise from its beautiful
usual dinner arrangement. LsteppnodI t the
Using some of the technique of ed It -lnguwh eIt
.J1 ~the ancient Greeks, the Circle be Loggia d kow
Theater placed an 18-inch-high an asist
rectangle along the wall where quired bmto
the orchestra usually sits. Cur- Everybody thoai
tains at the back offered doors scenes' true to fit
for exits and entrances. through the thin, pa
It was all very pleasant in a these laltt end
somewhat continental way with few who not feel 4
guests smoking at will and bring- light Sat
ing bar drinks back to their seats Mati a
at the curtain call.
Bob Loggia as Elyot Chase and spirit to
Tommie Windrum, as his very notable
new and younger, wife Sybil, set handled ti
the pace at a sure tempo from smootyi.
the moment they stepped out on
their honeymoon balcony and fee
and Perch. slipped into a scene of marital MW
bickering. tq
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VAS'E! Every was outstanding throughout all
Elo very three acts.
I love BIRDS This balcony only Sightly
-any of these less famous than that I n omeo
and Juliet was effectively sug-
gested with a few potted plants
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balcony rail a bit too h and the
too rustic (two of us had to peep
through it). And the curtains at
I the back seemed hunt a bit
vaguely for exits and en.taces.
GET SOME But these were forgotten Ae. bO W
tails after Amanda Prynami hn
TODA I the eron of Doreen Dow el
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