The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/01536
 Material Information
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: 1925-
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]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
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 rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:01536
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'I'd Rather You 'Got This B-50 Skirmishes

From The Big Brass'

EDITOR NOTE: Lt. CoL. R. But he didn't hurt us. W i J
bert 8. Rich., 5, Barabob, Wi., We made it back here In fine
pilot of the =B-1 whi h ws shape. Even made a routine
attacked two b Ily- asr .amig. "The whole crew was *
the UJ..-Seovet lAw boreertokay-and they took it like a
Sa rday, was sehed by real Air Force gang.
United Priss by rafe W l Iwas too busy with the air-
ph ine IA Alaskam. e s 11de" craft to notice the markings on
trit erdeus not to ie the the bogies. I believe they were
*.p' detail on e latest marked. They were silver color- 0 -
erial Incidelat, but anwered ed.
s. few rapid fire questlem. This All that stuff will come later WASHINGTON March 18- (UP) The United
wht behad to ap. fr the guys upstairs who have WASHINGTON, March 18 (UP) The United
St*e a ority to give it out. States demanded today that Russia punish the jet pilot
ISON AFBS, Mas, March 15 You? description of the loca- who fired on an American plane over the North Pacific
(UP) That Mi g was serious tion of the incident is about
when he mad his pass at us. right. rd suy we were just about Ocean Saturday and curtly called for measures to pre-
S in my estlNoN Yo don't 25 tep offt Kamchatka on our vent such attacks from happening again.
non shells. r hocne town is Baraboo, The demands were made in a note which "vigorously
Those things go ff. Wis. and my wife lives there. protested" the latest attack on an American plane by
Id rather you this infor- rd apprecateitf you would
nation from the b. brass. I call her and tell her I'm fine -0a Soviet Mig- .
might be able to te you some- not a tiag wrong. The State Department said the American Embassy
tn later... but, rd rathu n Th gie all fine at Moscow lodged the vigorous protest with the Russian
pm sorry I just don't think ames, hut that's something else government.
rm supposed to terl you how tha wUlhave to come from the The U.S. note said the United States "expects to be
many Pasm e Mae bran. informed at an early date of the disciplinary action taken
with regard to the Soviet personnel for the attack."
w A US. RB-50 reconnaissance American plane but only one ate
R n t B W ol s s plane and Soviet Mig jet fighter tacked.
the exchanged fire off the coast of The American plane ret
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m ke p e the the pro- many .
test but press orw Linln i WAshlMgton Presidant L.
White read newsmes a statement senhower was Informed officlal"l
The report add recommends- summarizing its contents. today of the- test cae of
tons of were considered The statement said the note American plane being shot at
and eni roved by the set the position of the US. RB- Russian made Mig-15. Th
Board of DRec of the Pan- 50 weather reconnissance plane White House had nocomment am
;aIm Canal Company at the about 100 miles northeast of PC- the Incident.
meetn= held early n arch tro Pavosk and at least 25 mles The RB-M. a medied v
Th survey by May Is the from the nearest Soviet terriat- ase of the B-21 bomber, was.
only one of Its kind ever made ry. (Ctnamed ea Page Co l.
of ,Itealed properties of the
Pansta Canal Company and Last Friday the United StaS
the Caal ?Zone Government. It also Issued a strong protest to Thi6 lWH
Oners a total of more than 800 communistCecholov over f h
Involving various the shooting down of an Air
enses and leases. Force Thunderjet in Germany by B A Gia e
I ey was made at the Red fighters.
of former Secretary The statement said the note
of a4 ys Frank Pace, Jr., totoday "vigorously protest the ac- The Panama Rotary Clubn
an independent ap- tion of the Soviet aircraft, states softball "team" will tackle thi
which wofld include the that the government of the Unit- Balboa Heights Administration
dat "enhancement of land ed States expects to be Informed Building tlhe team not the
vla la any rental adjust- at an early date of the disciplin- bulldingl tomorrow at 4:30 on
m tIRlnally a flat 100 per ary action taken with regard to theAncon Laundry diamond.
on all rentals of the Soviet personnel responsible The Rotary stars will start
properties had been for the attack and asked for in- with the following lineup (what
SThis was later can- formation concernot measures they will end with is another
ce .d the Secretary re- adopted by Soviet authorities to matter':
ll survey to establish prevent recurrence "of similar Slowball Dick Dehlinger, p
on Page I, Col. 1)
( on Page Col. 7) incidents." 8catter-arni Myron Fisher, 2b;
Meanwhile, the Air reee wM Wandering Dick Nelson, 3b;
ir continue weather to 25 Sliding 3oy Glckenhaus. ct: At-
Lights Over miles off the cot f the, a- I hacker Bill Andreve, c; Nevwer-
4to Ton ight- shatka peninsula debate hM Leavea-Third Felix Malls, sas;
to0 TO Ih t exchange orf gufi re, a spokes- Dancer Cliff Thompson. lb
S S man said. Ju ng Carlos de Janon, rf; and
Be Saucers Two Rusalan-built Mig-15s #A- BroIles Fred Gerhardt, If.
t tacked the UA. reco nnsnce It was learned from usually re-
seven untl ten tonight, plane near Soviet 81e, but liable sources that Rosy red
. i American Geodetic veered awash Wen American Mead would captain the CBH
ane will drop flares crewmen retutes their fire. Opmpany suad, but In
of Rio Maltor tri- Neither plane appeared to ho wfltthe general Company y,
purposes n surey damaged. e inforatonwas not
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SFO IX MO NTH. IN AOVANCS .. 6o e0 n aBy Victor RieselI ..
Wa ONE y EIL R. IN ADVANCE E' 5 4 0 0 o.. ...
cloak of a lanky American now aloue mode Ij I nfeme i oo f
flying across Europe to take on ai mde-.1,
the enemy along a front al. oflb 1111
most as vital as the shellshat- ., W th1
M Aq\I L 80 tered ridges of Korea. But this e4 ZP
rangy, venturesome fellow heAoCea
o -- ex-reporter. ex-Mexican Caval- h Vting In MO w in t e U i
The Mail Box is an open forum for readers of The Panoma Amer- ry lieutenant, ex-professlonal of Commert, Johnston tet uchi
ican. Letter are received gratefully and are handled in a wholly confi- boxer and ex-U.S. Army major I 1nh ori'honr the t0f N
denial manner, has a more formidable weapon. Johnston fand the new :
If you contribute a letter don't be Impatient f it doesn't appear the He's well equipped for this like d i tk*
ext day. Letters are publishing the order received. different sort of, "shooting"' meI a
pilL.^ k .SsiIi^^^ war, for few men are as skiled Me
Please try to keep the letters limited to one page length. war. for few men are as skofcedr amenRum"ben"'ever"eu
Identity of letter writers is hold in strictest confidence. In the direction of cameramen 3 1 had almost e :-I'-
This newspaper assumes no responsibility for statements as opinions and mov i production asm th i' N
expressed In letters from readers, chap, John Huston, producer
preed "Moulln Rouge" and "Af- boutween the .. iu tt tta.he
rican Queen" among others. and a Rusian general. Dea
STAMP COLLECTORS TO OBSERVE 100TH ANNIVERSARY Soon the enemy's propagan.. der the table, an the last t
OF ADMIRAL PERRY'S LANDING IN JAPAN dists will have good reason to Russians dragging him ut of the rom fet 1s
1905 South Ashland Avenue, hate his tweed cap and cape. Ing on the floor. '
Park Ridge, 111. For they will be symbols of a TALIN DBCID t 4t
Sir: fighter on the move against How other eaMb.rrf th PI
"In commemoration of the 100th Anniversary of the landing the Soviet's precisely planned declons came ot dttring unique
of Commodore Matthew C. Perry. USN. in Japan on July 14. 185. global offensive to flood the and Btat ...
Moffett Chapter No. 6, Universal Ship Cancellation Society, will colonial world with the kind of tM first Stalin sat gloweipg
sponsor a cachet to be mailed from fi'ships of the United States visual m o vi e propaganda a fl s P CA anB t lb In .
Navy. which people with little edu- fu b py A atP b I
Send six-and-three-quarter-inch size. stamped and addressed cation or none can understand. 1 w ,u11P oin n py ta d
and unsealed envelopes to Ra\ mono W. Milling, 1905 South Ash- Recently John Huston flew a"Whait If o da
land Avenue, Park Ridge. Ill, with one cent per cover forwarding into Rome, so preoccupied with "What I s a t sYou" ar. w
fee. Deadline is May 15 for receipt of covers. his own thoughts that he ha y?"
A' Note: For those of your readers who are unable to obtain US but one ear or Orson Welles, Bae I'm n dtreM yt a
postage stamps, we will accept coins and affix US stamps, or they who happened to find himself Pudt ieee I'm in distres ofsy It
may send unused stamps of the Canal Zone and we will affix US on the same plane. 4e1 t d herat an et ruaer.sto
postage stamps of the same value. Huston was planning the di- bi 5t An intruder a
We are giving this announcement wide publicity as stamp reaction and casting of Betl thn 'uti pencil down n
and cover collectors everywhere will be interested In obtaining The Devil", which beating I "No iton, arude.old mn er
this cachet for their collection. pressure will be done by tough when I M Pl nt But I nw have th
Yours very truly, guy Humphrey Bogart In de- wen T kasL VInt. But I now hve u.l.'
Yours ve- Raymond W. Milling fense of his co-star, Jenni ferd. reduction, of t "
SAA _N O Jones. B L "M0tov ean afford to be plouante he con u.i
SAN ANTONIO BUGLE What should have electri- -to the foreign minister. "He doen'thave to make
San Antonio, Tex. flied the movie columnists, make them for him."
Dear Sir: but has not is the fact that After this, lin became relaxed and plea t,
That big fat stock show was a big success. Met no Pan- Houston deliberately decided Joh isoSaq io re_ .
amanians, but was informed that some were there. Stock sales that this would be the first 'of He showed an asn knowd
ran near to half a million dollars and the top price went to a American motion wleture to t th am jh
10-year-old girl from Big Springs. Texas, for a Hereford beef e made in Italy with com- to with it new steel out after sh t
artire for a Hereford beef be made in Italy with a com-
steer plete free labor crew there I I 1 'ke automobile. We have a a Wa t
rom an article published in Esquire magazine, you might would be no Communist tech- 500 000 a year befdrethe wr, wheea w ade 0
S gettheea that Texas and all of her people were bankrupt out n or n It. o W a. d o t ,
oil is still gushing more than ever. And with the rains we have Before enplaning, H uston B W adeo ,," tnt o.
been getting for the past w:: we will produce the biggest crop had seen the AL'.s roving re- ,."Norm a uad ad I ,Staould knw," dolt
P .. "rm a ba oa had seen the AFL's roving re-
in our existence and enough ; ..:, to put the fat on a bumper presentatlve, Irving Brown, in-re siesa.s
crop of meat animais.paris Their plans and the in- 4,,000.
That's not all, that wool and mohair crop up in the hill Paris. Their plans and the 1- ISIOLO, Northern Kenya, aat. Afri-W meant rel Y d ked. "Have It your own way," replied tlin. ut th
S io Grande is ahead of schedule and will close a part of the andi c s
wrikterse and di ect s wim dItmot t bfre and aL wghorid wid atYW -aterJohnsto looked up the
river this month,enabling us to accumulate water sufficient to t re the r scset in k w llingt te it tc. n ot nd o tal on i and automobiles, 8t
thousands of acres of land on both sides between Mexico reveal. sho otlY,, % a %.,
ireveal so thiere was mostly a turthat until Hus-enough shoot wit t Th the one who was "The less said abt my gol game, the better .
I want to give one example of what irrigation will do on th is to n e onha d o oo to keep the boy ino. Th o y power 1td a lunch O 21
rescleneare producd o hd n two and thought I wa fm prettyoad.

We 1cletre l0o ear ma ya at the wtag ecars altet eam aoes
ost of It is shipl ed to northern markets. We can buy here large i e -a ee ie ot inhin. e fe e n iron curtt o nd fe e sou he r it e tin w icne i

ed tat intry o le w r e e -e iron curtain for eaoc olh e
caullowers that serve for three meals for 25 cents. her eht u uea .
oare un the pa myse have d t bc s heReds have held since fealding 20 people, 1f of whom of However,.%1saidhe had "ab i rt" ee og51

-e r t h e psta re t o we et s w e r ea e p u as e t o n -a n ere a ru nmnyhe s t h e t o o k ortor theem om- a n d t eetou t6t o k o v etn t e n mras i v a s -eo a b o u t s x t o 1 p o ue o fra i

o carrots for live cenitss, also a big tsalk of celery faor five cents.as ie to or t it od moed to e greens. .
W* arnoh every thing is so cheap and the cost of living Is h gh.t se t so M ot e klarn iesd t a t t ey, the f mFOts e ait .n, J i
L no everyL 1 t s o p t o l n hFascist pFlm Workers F ed no the hot dMe s rt W of Africad .d ?meat t0 U tr h t Face, running rin t.he rn i0. '

We'll complete 0 years M rch 23 generally recognized by the a- Then the froollane entered. e d. w i i h
W. J "Pop" Wright* erage American, that J would walk up to therhin o d let it k I weill juat p m 1.

; ; 1 MneQ Kingdom i- *- S& F S ** "Thisi is an error that I,. a at me. It would not like what it saw,-and woul i day we dAtB Yary fr to inspect A, .^ al f .te
S* well as many other Americans, ch the place o at th
T E H S F H Si n. thave made inr appraising talked Then Blackle Kronfel the phot weld tate T t=s S-itra i'h, .B ato eard. .
W. ORIZONTAL 3 DruSp Sg ^ 1* 1 Communist problem in Ameri- a pplcture of re standing of, thpe cftle, ansDan gnoisai
metar bning. a.ca. and we all hped I wouldn't. bIU Bto it.lAr
"I have consider Bred ways in speialy m But omtms I o 00. f wask i

SMinera used 4 chickens which I can do thi. After con- nut to et people talk me into of at y Wa .
; for fuel 5 Heraldic fEllet FO -So o s. -r herring with A officials in The fir-t rhino was a tey. RE qn3bull Int noises. 'On a cold kethis," he tp..... ,dl' thought
8 recius m l P i Cy a respect- Hywood, nd with a fooew frlend lt see 'd to firmly th ,utand up h of ht
S L12 ui form, with a jacket. or just with a shir and tie, oepend- suggstions, I wintellec start by In lket4 hei teame n

,13 Book of chafes 5cible e sr came th e knowledet But rhine fo we nd. We found fem ale with I got the ther- l or he twin a. en the c. ore n to a
rub'rsonally, I think it's a wonderful idea and have decided to that anti-Communismo is t alvesrrow, w and nmeanortinghe dw d t tr tr. so

Premium 10 Lthuanian burning 42 Vein ot anti-Communist forces in the Forty feet to awful close to a c rhipp of Jg f unter, and certain- ed Ike on .th good cthe lau g0

S CS ea les Hapbpen again 38 Broad 47 Cry of nale s fal .5 One osavedl 5
S gr 40 Psyned 4 bitioti the oobulk b.of m tol-iouoo 'o inr og.

S thegulf captal portions 50 Verb sufx lywoosd movie makrs ataMMOOt had in her e.. .Whe
0i t iea ysa b F rT Tlism. Hust ofn went out l t wit a dyr no he bsed ost of ni I he .bt te Ii
only wish more men would start doing it. it and py are without a d certa Iou uin the llute ne with .
.-e ngisn have worn shorts for years in tropical countries fight, leaving behind this and hot out the oterl e t" r
and their colonies, and think nothing o it. Its about time we have learned a ter orn tres ty to

issue. In Italy, the movieM.l
her are required by law ther rhdinopitresbtriced&e 1.a.ilo e aon.
,here also started to get comfortable. the Cmmunst-en-

areAttrolled m ovie union, the C11- te ad then .t tdandr-=4 etwo. -h.te t ln
S t munist problem that arm e not the setp as if f -o.or. .t ed maad to rL

etry Is a Federal trust,
generally recognized by a pro-ov et group. e.

ThntenldtrdThThey, too, donate too Communisto
SAnswer to Preious Puzzle rageAmerican. that would walk up to the.' let t k
Mineral Kingdom A"Thi~ is an error tho at ,as At M. Iwt ould not like what t and y We e dW ~& l t I
umm~e rsIr)mwell as many other i-NATO mericans, charge; '.epacsoh ga,
ft have made in- appraising the Then Blackle Kronfeli. 'the ph 'J i n L &I1M V%...F1 b g,
3 Dgial 0 D AdCommunist problem in Amerl- 4te ofMe string o ftprob3&tl nhAtme t

benThey slogeer d write pro-C
ite us "oitandet movies anI wd dplntay t It. bb
1 W h tI s h f r g e f nese d" I h a v e o s d r d a s i q x y m e B u t tm et l l I ,e IrW.ac e d w i t h t h e a ynuomslu.o iu

forTICAL A few Amerwh an producercnsus--w ti w
1 Mal use 4Male chickens -whihoIlandethi.Aferkptlee moneytot. Indirectly
SMineral used aldic fillet ferrng with AFL officials The first ro was a s. n n

8tPreious metal 5 11i I ftet, la a mhblttry maneuver. 7'Oa
lsb Htudio fnlons frah
oM ckt mea 1g 7 Girl's Woi "' N A-uggestions, I will start by ing like heroic st em ._ engl, n, l e..I-h e.| 'and len se s e go fu nIoth lta
rock nickname aC UKain a study of the union swerve a 'ilat it fore &. of r on and ev u- hotehl0k o d

1 f 8Chafesinstry when French te
r b i c B o o 8 C ua f e ds* ~ 3 A U P s t r u c t u r e i n t h e m o t i o n p i c t u r e T h e n e x t f a r o s c a r e d m .l y eHe c a e lhm i m o r h e o e a t s j e n er e Ts a r t o o i pe op l e e rma p f a a .
I rubrics 9 C curved Indu stry In Europe, 0 oth at I a rort hocIs.6U. k in er e.' ,. "
14 Exchange molding 26 Malicious 41 Mucilage can help them strengthen the to turn at abou 40 feet. to t.t .2. I never heard Ahi g shook d e
Premium o10Lithuanian burning 42 Vein of anti-Communist forces in the .orty feet is awful cls to A rf te. of a- hunter, and oe.IAh- ed Ike on.the. g f-s ug 1iatlh the l;ne-i.I.
.15 Swab coins 27 Pastors mineral- motion picture unions, particu- which weighs three tons, a" .th- erns or feimr_ ._ Aenat NOUd Huse me s .
16 Small clouds llCheno lodglng2eContinent bearing rock larly In France and Italy." "I[ am happy to hear t heeli miswI-.aw s
,, Tennish house (slang) 29 Close 43 Give forth He kept his word. burther1 1
1 20 Coitc 17 Main meal 31 Dress 44 Excavate for protheers prodce andator-T hey."' .'-"t
,1 C ~yin of the day protectors miner als 'producers have not ,pTe y a vail-eW I, YrP .g
Yugoslavia 19 Corridor 323Chest rattles 46 Unitsnt have been In Europe aval-e It
' : 2 2 S e a e a g le s 2 3 H a p p e n a g a in 3 8 B ro a d 4 7 C ry o f w ag t he ms e l v e O fnte l owe r .. .l m
24Cooking 24 Go by neckties Bacchanals w schals. One sae as film, Isse e ,. wi '
vessels 25Norwegian 40 Prescribed 48 Obligation mhus puttinte ulon a o f of. tO bo.0-elt 'al t 'lea .
26 Arabianguf capital portions 50 Verb suffix plywood movie makers at a M3coe,)1 A OFA(3i1,3 '-adIhrif. .h .= .

b3u2ding block tistk and player. are without a certaJn louse utg _16 the *.. i.
32 Shade of r'ed g= 1 I work as a result. singers, chorines and mode" -
34 Relox~m~e - - However, there is a greater torney's Office or Polle .ftto sive I,"
,.I,~ ~5Astromu [ Issue. In Italy. the movie work-Chan?,..Oa O y. Mends

we were attempting to cM
strengthen the Frenchl movte
mme, smus met hi true, people. This walkout forced the
i m were he. wow M be tool rech government to spend
wee henalwave flnd betolnys, now Ameluvc'an abor Ise
watching Huston, and is ret-
w seeret is to mrertlael dy for' an International coun- colam
ter-offensive about w h I ch Feb.'
more very soon. It's a bet- dos
is the good-will of hundreds
of Ilins of Ofpeople frM Ind"
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fifth diamj%.
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In Saves $171 00

Out OfII'MYA In Green Countryside
W 1000,- DUBLIN. March 18 (UP) for me" youths trooped off to
WI O o sared thr t Id, Irishmen deserted Dublin in traditional danem
Wt e suggestion program during 1952 droves to dance and play and
wi beas result of wegtestionswttheo k nI The Wearldg V
NOIL ( and, Head quarters U. Army Some 3,000.000 persons enthu- h Gr
61 Caribbean of=ics announced tutically trailed to the banner O! INa
VAKQ recently, of the intrepid saint who con-
SKi7 rRecommendations adopted, d the merd Isle ar(UP Magistrate William
6 | RAW4 which are expected to save an D. Conway marked St. Patrick's
WUT estimated $10,920,937.25, resulted ago. Day by dressing in green from
44 6eQ W i from the Army-wide suggestion Every business house and store head to toe and decorating his
93 J 10 $3o 9 4 program which urged employes from the Atlantic to the Irish courtroom with shamrocks.
Q 94 J 3 to submit ideas designed to pro- Sea was closed down tight. Conway wore a green hat,
4 A Q 101 $71* 2 mote efficiency and economy. Even the pubs were closed, but green suit, green vest, green
SOUTI A total of 1,380 sueions that didn't stop the celebrants socks and green shoes, with a
6 A J 87 8 were recved from civilian em- from having tmeir drop to wet white shirt.
S7 2 ployes. officers and enlisted men the national emblem in the tra- The judge carried a 100-year-
10 In this command and 20 per cent ditlonal way. They went in the old shillelagh, which he said ha
0K J of all suggestions were adopted. back doors. inherited from his grandfather.
4 th A total of $2.582.50 in cash was Under a brilliant sun city folk He showed his holiday spirit
NorthB-outh v.L awarded for the suggestions. stampeded outdoors to join their by donating a green bassinet to
NKeth E tM SsW I Over 50,000 suggestions were country cousins in the outpour- the first baby born here vester-
1 Pass I P received from the same group on ing of national exuberance. day.
S2 9 Pass 4 6 Pm an Army-wide basis during 1952 Football fields, public halls Carrying out the theme in the
Pass Pass and over 20.000 more suggestions and other meeting places were courtroom was a sign on the
Opening lisd- 1[ were received for the previous packed. bench, saving. "The Top of the
year Morning." and below it. "Brin go
r The traditional crossroad fes- Bragh."
"After three unsuccessful t 1 tA tivals and bagpipe music clash-
SI finally put together a team'71 st Army Band ed with Tipperary tangoes and
which won the Prince Tak St- c oBoscommon rumbas. Deed Misidkes
hTeam-of-Four Champions"altS S L .uls Fourth The Dubliners who stayed be-
i suTeam-of-Four Champion. shpehind saw a parade and cheered NEW YORK. March 18 (UP)-
W s my old friend, C Sunday Concert a gathering of top dignitaries Notlteing that most of the maidS
,ht Wl y On nwho officially opened the testi- at the Henry Hudson Hotel were
Lvn, "As you know, it Is a semianr vitles by attending solemn high Irish, 175 grade school students
lqnor nual knockout team game, spon- The fourth in a series of Sun- mass at the downtown cathe- from the Leonard Hall School.
wife, scored by the Toyko Bridge Asso- day afternoon concerts by the dral. Leonardtown. Md.. made their
M and action (Jpanese), and open to 71st Army Band, Fort Clayton, The primate of Ireland, the wn beds yesterday morning as
ng his national My team was will be held at the Fort Amador Most Rev. John Charles Mc-, a hlday gesture before they
Korea. made of n Al Matrn S gts band stand Sunday afternoon Ouiad, officiated before such of-' left to march in the St. Patrick's
orea made Wolffr naMram wi, adme trp! 5 to 6 o'clock. ficlals as President Sean T. O'- Day parade. t
ura o ts in the f wre he program includes: The Kelly, Premier Eamon de Vale- Bu, begorrah. the maida hU '
Group ofTokyo fore ignbusl Thunderers. Hungarian Dance ra, and opposition leader John double their work to do. terb t
a roup oS loeign .No. 6, Reverie, Si Trocadero, Kiss A. Costello. the beds apart and making beem
I "' ewon the final match by In The Dark and Washington When word arrived that Pres- up again hotel style.
p. Post March. 'dent Eisenhower had sent con- -
mOlt gin'erreet~gr hands, After a 10-minute Intermission, gratulations to O'K.'lly. Dubling- Dublin Ger
#.ranel noM th i tedin the band will render High School era remarked there was "dlvvil Dublin, Georgia
trangey enough, resn Cadets, Blue Danube. Circus Pa- a better man" in the United .DUBLIN. Ga., March' 18 (UPI
wings for our opponents. rade, Lutsplel and will close with States than "Ike." -There was no St. Poltrick's Day
"In the accompanying hand, Semper Fidelis. Many a minor argument flar- celebration in Dublin yesterday.
*y carter led the jack of ed up as "modern" teen-agers Mayor W. H. Lovettaald "there
#ears Joe Jacob, playing the voted to spend the evening do- are not enough Irishmen around
ohhand, then led the two AL VICE ing the "shimmy-shake" in here to amount to anything and
heS from the dumMy. I play- lush modern ballrooms, while the few there are didn't men-
edthe three, and the spectators hardy Irelandis good enough lon It."
gasped as Joe. Jacob finessed the
five and held the trick *0
S"Of courr Mr. Japeb proceeded
Atp coup me, Our teammates went
down one at four diamond n oV JSTERLING SILVER
thishand.". Veuia" Cleaenr. Floor tLN IV
There is much more in the let- Polishers
rter, but space prevents me from Rebserators
quoting it all. American bridge __ -
fans will be glad to know, how- Crawford Aenanes CANAL ZONE DELIVERIES i_
ever, that this Is the first time AT LARGEST DISCOUNT.
that an American Armed Forces No. 11 "J" Streed
team has managed to win the TL 2-28 No m1 a.p -
Tokyo Championship.245- *wm P. I F W 6 I
Col. Willis didn't bother to
point out the entire play of the
Sand, but it's easy enough to re-
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vendyk Arriving Today
m Mexico With 36
The cruise ship Duivendky Is
ue to arrive in Cristobal today
om Mexico. .
The 10,000-ton Holland-Amerl-
an ship carries 36 cruise pas-
ngers bound for Europe, and a
ew of 77. Fenton and Company
e local agents.
arlen Trip Set For March 28-
Several seats are still left for
e Darien trip scheduled for
arch 28. The excursion is ar-
ged by the Colon Chamber of
mmerce, under the direction of
ed Busch.
These trips to the interior of
anama are arranged in order to
quaint Zonians and tourists
Ith the country. The Darien trip
ill be made all in one day, re-i
rning to Tocumen in the even-s
g and covering 300 miles bothI
For reservations call Cristobal1
impress of Scotland
rrives Today
SThe British cruise ship Em-I


ght-Ships and Planes-Arrivab and Departes
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press of Scotland arrived in Cr1i-
this morning with 400 pas-
sengers. Tourists will visit Pan.-
ma and return to their ship to-
night. The Empress of Scotland
is scheduled to leave Cristobal at
midnight en route to New YorLk
S.S. Cristobal To Sail
Friday From Cristobal
The S.S. Cristobal is scheduled
to sail from Cristobal Friday with
125 passengers for New York.
The complete advance passen-
ger list follows:
Percival P. Baxter; Dr. and
Mrs. F. V. Beltler; Mr. and Mrs.
Guillermo Borbon; Hope Branch;
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Frunckhorst4
and Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester B.
Richard A. Callahan; Lillian
Calle; Abelardo Cantillo; Mr.
and Mrs. Ryland T. Cappe Jr.;
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chapman;
Joa6 J. Chavarri; Mr. and Mrs.
Roger L. Chisolm and two chil-
dren; Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Cole;
Rina de Nowalski; Dina de Row-
inski; Madeleine Deslodge; Mabel
R. DeWerthern; Bernard Dorf-
man; Mr. and Mrs. William P.
Edmonds and three children; Mr.
and Mrs. Judson EBills; Mr. and
Mrs. Norman Fuerth; Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Goldman; Mr. and
Mrs. Jonal Goldreyer; and Mr.

The mother of an 18-year-old and Mrs. ueorge H. reason.
gr1l writes: Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Hadow;
* "Our daughter is seriously in- Robert H. Halsey; Frieda Hele
forested in a young man. Her fa- Mr and Mrs. F. H. Hillier; M
other and I are convinced he willan Mrs. Eugene Hornberge
ever amount to a hill of beans Mr. and Mrs. Felix Hraba; M
and it would just about kill us to and Mrs. James R. satuma
bee her marry him. Can you tell Mr. and Mrs. T. J Kavanag
as how to go about breaking up Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Keller; 8
Go esy T s t moaffair?s i- ney Klein; Jeanette L. Kovel; M
Go easy. That's the most m-and Mrs. John Krauss; Mr. a
jortant thing to remember. If Mrs. Fran Kren; Irene A La
your daughter has a mind of her r"ch; Mr. and Mrs. Ekto Lage
Own you will be working against quest; Elgar Lampher; Floren
yourself if you make fun of hm Lampher; Mr. and Mrs. Carl
br tell her she can't date the Leasenfeld; Corinne Lederma
young man. and Ramona Lefevre.
* Now is the time to watch your James-M. MeKellar; Mrs. Kat
rords carefully and try your best erine E. Melanson and daughter
o understand your daughter. Al- Mr and Mrs. William Miller; M
, try to understand what she and Mrs. E. J. Moore; Dr. as
ees in the man. Mrs. Leo Murphy; Ola Murill
He must have good qualities. Mr. and Mrs. Frederic Neug
ok for those and admit them. bauer; Mr. and Mrs. John E. C
f your daughter feels you are Rourke; Mr. and Mrs. Hnry I
ing fair in your judgment of Owens; Paul Pedersen; Mary
Phe young man, she will be more Peterson; Mr. and Mr. H y P
pt to listen to the reason why ley. Katherine F. Qu. sada;
ou don't think he would make and Mrs. Arthur J. Richards; at
per a good husband. Mrs. Ruth E. Rubelll and son.
OMRTIMS LOVE OUTLASTS Mr. and Mrs. Richard Schro
TACTICS der; Josephine T. Segelcke; At
na Shay.; anile M. 8sa; M
-If, in spite of all you say, she and'Mrs: Bo6d SqutrdsMr. a!
still convinced that she is in Mrs. Peter Stern; Cynthia Stoc]
e with him, try to stall for ton; Caswell W. Stoddard; M
tie. Tell her you are perfectly and Mrs..Bernard TW rb M
killing to permit her to date him and Mrs. Alonzo L. VanWar
fshewill promise you.that she Mr. And Mrs. John Washbaru
don't get married before she is Mr. and Mrs. Walter Weedes
1. Tell her you feel she owes it Abraham Weiss; Mr. and Mr
o herself to wait until she is old Albert J. Wright; I, -Ae
enough td-,vote before making and Mr. and Mrs. ir Z e.
most important decision of
\et life.
The mistake most parents Bea Change
ake when faced'with this sit- BOOTHBAv HARBR M
ation is that they become pan- T(UP)_MA amRfOR, sMr
Iky and treat a t tea-agiruirke a me Maine, o amd. for its Ir
mall child. men and 'Woode n ps, now wl
Let your daughter know that have g a .pr
ou aren't against her, but that firm here will st production
ou are on her side and only a molded fbrelags bo*t." T
wau aeretondo therideandwichwilfirst model will be a 12-foot sl=
want her to do that which will dce1
prove to bb est for her. te db nhy, o with ebo
If you are to have any lnflu- erboard and rudder,
Wce on your daughter you must
have her confidence. Don't loie it
treating her like a stubborn

thinking in terms of
ag up a romance." Start
, of ways to help your
r see her young man;
ally. If you can do that]
iake the right decision



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"CIMuQur'. .............................Marca 22
"QUI EYA"............................... MaNch S4
"MTAU ..............................March 39
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S.S. "COMAYAOUAM ...........................March 24
S.S. L. H. CARL" .............................March 38
S.S. "SAN JOSW ............................. March 31
A STEAMER ....................................April 7
S.S. "MARNA" ...................r..........April 11

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Dranabt of the mons their
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ftr MaI, 4 o1e r rI ClS (choa ra pris a f TERRIFIC !
eot Im the oretton A.m W1 ed to a Cribal Jh school
li oft of oft aIt s o- tmt Leader senior this sprtg.
.. n e i ll ribbean College Club Is theas- our GRANDSALE of

scouaating ad the toe ill hnel to fulfl other o l chief
... ,he west en r. 1ae', fe. .o nou r sw-e.- -s .i l.e. ls oaday, ,, mu nt...
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Mra. d od the cut outlined nto t hse t Mr. Th pril. la to a enny i es
SDay theme w step t--e right d on. Brenda b a sag Bredta' clal for hanger education wi the low price until SATURDAY.

hi ghout the pro- BartouRe; sana. Dt both fun and entertainment or a
da~ ~ tho bRe Of-he departmeOent Brown and Cal B ; danabes Ln a n to an on
|Nw Member were Mr o western German moey-it'larke and a C ; or a rl. Every tket w n
Sth Ridley and Mr. William which housing H8 being blt R. bert bHendr anL ometing new Inr "hene oft Gt t fr the bgest and be
MIlard, b oth of whom we inO- -au "omeort of, whodeni members nd the Mr. roaIs fund-raising as planned foe Theret s
SNelon. The closed the cut, called iney-no t good aor mch. esey and Carolyn Heeey; wil. Thsl be over 200 of these orise. baraen sale of te .
aiding, Mr. Rbert p. Ao. Cornela .aure and Chris- All clal ub an amberiios have, wticw pc un
p reent ai a guest the pro- e tN Larthoue; Mra. lla beMth fun and entertainment rfor

*ea has been RI Ise s w rs ao housing projects abroad be sub- Kemile and Isabel Maelae, ---
ar we t But It usoed the udget rean brown and d CMaoney and; Mrs. aes in addition to an auc ton
NeW .Membnm were Mr as.of trea U German money-with Jack Clarke Aad Linid Clarke; or a raff t. Every ticket will In-

Ru |.th Rdlsey and Mrs. William which te housing e bing built Mrs bert Hend; Mras d Le- ude o stu or I ces at et se or the biggest ea
Si Donald, Be b oth of whom wae In- "aome pd or with U ooeny mot le Hendrics; Mrs. romance Hen- winning a many prim. There
t duced byo the Chani man pre- neys* -not ood for m c esa and Carol.Hm-ny;will be over 00 of these pes 'rn
Siding, Mrs. Robert Spier. Alo Mrs. Corneli Lae arnd Cri- Al cb members Chave ti10 eetsntrl Pana
present as a guest of the host- It also demanded that future tine Laurie; Mr. iward Mac- for sale.
ewses was.Mrs. Grlssom. housig projects abroad be sub- Kene and Isabel Maeensle

Sro.. wll be on Tuesdayor. to e othe Buet tB ureau and Mrs. RchardMn d March Tn8 df ..
.i ecu iia Grm 11 1. rntl1ngton nd B e tt Lou Rerrtn- ral Motors announced today 1
ul__ Graham and Nro.Oongresifor review.wheterteylret Mahoney; Mrs. elde-,,Rich- Chevrolet To Begin MA r l

Dionld ler, both of whom wi lre paid for with US, currento ton am uand Namc adSebothatm; ma reduction of it f- II
leave th.e Isthmus next mo th or aot. Mum ; Mrs. William Spai l and Oiar breg SS Port car the Corve
S. er of thfor e wUnite bridges accon ter ncete of ne living a Mr. nd Mrs. Wi. Ma wulbein Ju
paned by their faiille.. _on, phenaoon a&d D 8ie t _mu.; New Sports Car 102 Central Avenue PanamJ

S.tourat plmeedn ofa on. al attn ack wen all ns Mrs. Wi ard Strode a. T M le m
group. Willbe on Ted, AI werq unoovred to build ush Strode; Mrs. Wlliam Jorlan aid CHICAGO. March 18 (UP) --
21. "13t manjsions for seven U.S. Dellseth Jordan; Mrs. Ralph Nor- )he Chevrolet division of Gen-
Bridge Tourname"nt with four bedrooms, ton; Pam Mummer Mad Sue that ass production of Its f1-
-Win.ners t ro s for maids, iraesMummert; Mrs. Elnll OVa breglass sports car, the Corvette. -
Win-e.mi of the weekly bridge anl other niceties of fine living. and Wilma Olivarl; Mrs. WIiRAm will begin in June.
ntot- urnam_.plyed ec Mon-. Tr plane also called for a Choaste and Nancy Choate; Mr.. T. H. Keating. general man-
n b Alpar.sbw Ited at the eore- day evening In the Card Room $U,777I apartment hoUe In ]Pre. Norton Stephenson and Chief ager, sald 300 Corvett.-s will be I I
S.H .. ,mign ....Mr. Delgado and Mr. .. ..e l5
y1t Suuia.- o rgait,.a th. tr Itln" .__tof the Hotel volU were: 1st, men, Germiny, to house 21 bach- Robert Mummert. made this year but 19M will see -_ /- \--. /..
I --t B.-tag ,.oenr.tavntpa. th ri.el r. Delgado .and Mr. Levine elor 4iplomntt. and other apart- a "substantially higher volume." 0r
4 A p te ptial elections through- 2nd, Mr. agn4 Mrs. W. M. Ken-. mlnt InMtour. other cities. The Keat predicted that flbre-
IF nety;'3-d. + Mr. and Mrs. W. L. hon g will be for free to the US Navy To Stop KIlat will not replace steel In
S. ms a_ M b* p- .f Dakotav. who has been the house Norri Mrs. Homa and dtPl O t-all In the Consular. l. gm* Bmu production of automobiles.
ls a uN G Of 1161 owho has been the house & t ws toahle Making Clothing G ue ssesham dangfom 000
sb aIl "e maiat-- e mt of his ion.n-I w oUidMrS. ._.M. e.i,.. ac a nn w, t o .oning .thav. ranged from aMi ofI
ford the ]bidalughter, Mr. and M. lKen- and MrthO, I. te. Rna on; anr nld i a ds room. Maig .'" Ie ,
~~,~ .. d ht Mr-.- Mr. aMd MUnr 1t inson o a d-have .lle Ao At End Of Anril The Corvette. leek and low-
b-rde& eftuht recently yi he nI M, v Wins other suboomnittee has dlvulg- WASHINGTON, March 18 (UP), and s powered by a l160-horsi- MO
O f ta Mrs. Norman Giavelli of Pe- bousit project, including five that It is outof the cloth- at e trana son
ds na i Miguel was the winner of $M ualB, for U.S. cu- -il m iaDzurs business
4A d etw t eSiS Tdenee the bmeflt mfflq sponsored by patIo officials In Germany. APfl 30 ;bciuse ItIs I losing -
a ,a e sunday afternoon, the re wr, so t ted In t rert on Its "castles for A'o oclvilian emplyel. I A distinctive hotel in the cool Cli-
4r0 1M heis Chaptrer of Beta Ta satoptal in consul vestigation, the lub- will lose rel jobs 4 A the fas-
.rHer to rM.oa r &v abthe u$ta c, a- (roor tee riqui MountainS at 4,000 feet. Fan
spo k g erlfed torO r oruc- as hed aM the Countr day. Donald B. Lourie dosing a cuts ben made ste 1917. The Na,
n M +ltQ rd . g Mrs. Ruth bouh of Balboa couragee" by the cu Hea moucuisine. Attractive bar. Pure m
ThR mat ho-pr, Mr. g a few of e r may donated the prize, a doll, for ed I-eas create evidence" of the Hereft, the NBv said. It
ol es B Was tlit h she had made a com- department's new determination will buy its cl th in from com-
Sn beige nylon net The tea table was citettse wardSobe.h to move Ahead vigorously in re- mercial manu ctur~s. to hear w. waer. F
and eriebd a bouAt ith an L of wt P. "we. dug expendi ture to the abe- tw emabl
Mith. Ain" r its R pkf&b 4 lute minimumpfr wrongADd Pvt. James AordDA
W a Cueabbu ) Club eor carrbn t. Go rdon w ar vo meals. Ovenmight in anne without
ina, via .t .tm Cl" r adi..o clearly from dtaum nes
B""Mrs, 01 ata'.:1"0 JoseppmS JoJ n Takes Leadership $2.50. For best accom
at 7:80 pmn. In the Phonph e. R eimeoly
_e ,t %.r I&.e un h epiCourse At Ft. Dix on8try. m ou .
rbn19R "p *Dies At Res ce It .." Tb bowle u Tk Lae i modations, write, wire or te-
The ,eature of the evening, a FORT DIX. NJ., March _! mportaut barinq "VI
Mo.rni .ng ,11 rbe Mdn action and all those borSa Mia t e--e. Grdn. D m_ I .I. .. P
Iow the o-e, Conl m. e, ed tree edge d e L e O a s n i l o. haone, V I
t.-g-- e----i .. Lamb i ll ur tampr, bo th re fv- srens ayeo a drort' Cae- r 2-3 3O6
d .ileTh tLocksee. . dvr- 001 At t i thw
SfTahe elght-week can, street
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fI E fforlrl SII IIIv ItaM J l lle1. ~ "' IV "" ^ 'IU r D AT 1
S-CaalneO f the ichology de of weaponsA HOTEL PANAMONTE
CI Thurs m I. Pv and m(ren.r i center

aaef fPedro Miul Boat Chu
d i' hold Its regular m on Hthly
att the home or Mrs .m ace f-Msor memberMaudlin Gordon, who me &end-
t on SaturdayJohnson. th eo e wh t $O.an

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FOR SALE-All types of- refrigerators FOR SALE:-Oldsmobile 1949, duty
25 cycle. Terms con be arranged.! paid, perfect condition, many ex-
House 174, Gamboo. Phone 6-' trash, hydramatic, wonderful buy.
324. Coll Panama 3-4935 during office
FOR SALE :.-Leaving country, must hurs. .
sell washing machine $100, Frigi- FOR SALE:-"4,2" Commond Car,
daire -75, Paintings, Piano $300. duty paid, $175.00. 25 cycle
small violin. aluminum stroller andI Westinghouse refrigerator, freeze
basket, $12, child's table and 2 chest, $200.00. Zenith Radio Pho-
chairs $1, tricycle $8, youth bed' nogroph $65.00. Tel. 6364.
$12, dresser $8, couch with 3 pl- FOR SALE:-Chevrolet 1934, Busi-
lows $20. House 170-D New Cris-. ness Coupe, good condition. House
tobal. Afternoon only. No. 5754-B, Diablo Hgts. Phone
R-SALE: 7 cu. ft. Kelvinator 2-3490.
perfect condition. $100 00. Tel. FOR SALE:-'52 Ford Pick-up. Proc-
Panama 3-4428. tically new. See at 350-E, Pedro
ROR SALE:-Refrigerator, 25 cycle Miguel.
Call 83:2151 (PAD). Give me a WE PAY CASH for used cars. & sell
price, cheap. on TERMS. Agencies Cosmos,
R SALE-Apex washer with pump Auto-Row 29, Tel. 2-4721, Pan-
-25 cycle. New Notional NC-12, ami. ......
Radio, short wave and broadcast. FOR SALE:--1952 Ford. Customline,
Phone Coco Solo 8584. See at 82- 4--door Sedan, Fordomotic, Per-
F, 6th. St. Coco Solito. Leaving fect condition.-Coll Balboa 387
Isthmus. or Balboa 4448.
FOR SALE:--Refrigerator. 25 cycle FOR SALE:-Oldsmobile 194), $300
$75.00. 64. 2nd Ave. San Fran- cash, 4 doors, con be seen under
c.sco. Tel. 3-3818. I House 1074, La Boca. Contact
FOR SALE:- -Maple dining table, four A. Meade after 6 p.m.
S chairs, bafftt. 9x12 rug 5720-C. FOR SALE:--1949 Studebaker'Com.-
Dioblo 2-302S. mander 4-Door Sedon, Radio-heat-
FOR SALE:-R.C.A. Electric ironer-! er under-coated seat covers. Re-
S very good condition, $45.00--Calli cently over hauled, $1.100.00', can
C o6-06.be financed. Qrt's D-20-C Locona.
-'"o -0. . -! Telephone 3138.
C ole te et of Redwood shackles to -
fit Garrian type dul;px.-Call 2- FOR SALE:-Plymouth 1950. Duty
4419. Paid Radio. Mqny Extras-Kelvi-
.v.g. r.m notor Refrigerator.-Tel. 3-0848.
F O R S A L E :- R o tto n liv in g roo m f u r-1 .. . .
nituAe, eight piece Mahogany din- FOR SALE:-1949 Ford, 2-door se-
ir.g room set, stove, miscellaneous dan, Block, excellent, mechanics)
tab:cs, including mahogany card condition. Can be financed- Call
table, Swedish modern table, end 83-4196 after 4 p.m. Coll 83-
tobleE, etc. -Call Panarnr 3-2144 5280. Con be seen at Qtrs., 524-B
or Colle Ricardo Arias No. 40. Curundu Hgts.
FRSALE:-New mahogany Holly- P ition Offered
wood beds complete, Double: o
64.00, Single: 45,00, Vanities with need tw former direct salesmen
stools 19.50, Wardrobes 22.00, for port-time work, evenings. Pre-
Dining room table and 4 chairs for former insurance, encyclope-
29.00, Buffets 18.00, China Clo- dia, stformer ing silver, or cookware
sets 20.00. Reconditioned and re- salesmen. excellentt remuneration.
upholstered arm choirs from 29.00, No delive &' cotllectionre Write
Sofas (like new) 68.00, Brand new to S S._ 'Jhr4 'Ponoa.
coHee apl end tables -rom 17.50.1 ;-E-. n- -rf
Bronze'modarn chairs 18.50, Youth WANTED:--Mae, blingul clerk for
^*^W gilr"cribs (ntomplte) 35:00V IU 0AVlIp o*Ib.'I yl(xpevienced
W''ings- 12.50, New Mottresses need apply. Reference; realuired.
SI5.00... Also Brand New Rattan Phone 0 1 a2616 for appointment.
Lift Room sets, Mahoany Din-PISHING COMP4 Y offers lob to
ing Room Sets, Mdon Wordrobes ambitious ian from 25 to 40 Yrs.
and China Closets at very reason- old, must spiak and write Engliish
able Prices, ANL MANY OTHIR and Spanish for combined plant
BARGAINS IN BOTH NEW AND and office work. Must have know-
S USED FURNITURE. Cash or credit. ledge in Accounting and have Driv-
HOUSIHOWD IXCHANGI ers License. Permortnt position.
Auto. Row No. 41 Phoee 3-4911 References required.
Open every day from 8 to 12 and 2 PERSONAL
to 6 p.m. and Saturdays from
: 8to6 p. PERSONALS

WANlTEDfE PERSONAL:-Persons taking fishing
,N D I poles, equipment by mistake from


Wde Aleblo e lSt ea0A W Suj
'203 Anews. -. Z
riQUA BI. RqtQVfSt A-
V01 IiR J^ ve ,
*orie Treplcel is RW slitae""d c
55 VieEape, eitieo to Le
Cret. Phone 35411. oNou f-
12 A. M., 2-5 P. M.
Fly by 4-Engine DeLuxe Aircraft
Leave Panam4'May 28.
Return June 28.
(Assistance given in obtaining
passport, visa, etc.)
J. D. Phillips, Central Ave. 190, Pan-
ama. Cecil ('Cess") Warner,
I. D. Phillips, Central Ave. 190, Pa-
nama. Cecil ("Cess") Warner,
Phone 3-2093, Ponama. Boyd Bros.
Inc., Travel Agents, "L" St. No. 3.
(Opposite DeLesseps Park, Pano-

suponsred by Heotel Peeaa-'-April
3-4-5. Last trip ef the seee, (rales
due end of April).
3 full days of interest, fun! Leave
Friday April 3rd., 7:30 a.m. Returhr
late Sunday, Aprij 5th. Fishing
through the Pearl Islands, visiting
with the primitive Cbhco Indians,
spearing crocodiles, cruising up Som-
bu river aboard El Panama's Pescodo-
Ia. Bring old clothes, comfortable
shoes, and DON'T FORGET YOUR
CAMERA. 3 Glorious Days. $45.00
each person. For reservations. phone
Ponami 3-1o60 or see your Travel


Sealed bids, in triplicate, will be re-
ceived in the office of the En-
gineering and Constructidn Di-
rector, Panama Canal Cormpony,
Mlalbooa Heights, Canal Zone, until
10:30 a. m., March 26, 1953,
and then publicly opened, for fur-
nishing all plant, tools, equip-,
ment, labor, services ,and mater-
iols (except certain ?aoima Ca
nol Company fumis moteriall
and for performing,i -aiwork W
SResurfacing the Mtpl" Roofs of
Quarters BuildingsI* In' NW Cristo-
bol. Specifications and drawings
for' the work may be obtained
from the office of the Contract
and Inspection Division, Room 336,
Balboa Heights (Telephone 2-3739
o0 2-2698). A deposit of $20.00
will be required for each set of
specifications and drawings. The
deposit will be forfeited if speci-
fications and drawings are not re-
turned within 40 calendar days aft-
er opening of bids.
FOR SALE:-Baby Grand Piano, rea-
sonable price. 9072 New Cristobal
I -a-1e

Vocation in the Mountains, Cerro
Company. 30 miles from Ponama.
House with oil modern convenien-
ces. Phone Balboa 1389.
PMilp. Oceanside cottages, Santo
Clara, Box 435, Balboa. Phone
Panama 3-1877. Cristobal 3-1673.
FOSTER'S Cottages. One mile beyond
Santo Claroa. Completely furnished.
f.ock Gas Refrigerators and Stoves.
Bring your linens,. Phone Dagnmr's
Gromilch Santa OCara beach
oattooge. Electric Ic" buss, gI
etov, moester. rotde. Telephone
6-441 Gonmee. 4-567 Pedro M l

Williams' Sante a Bch cot.
tages. 2 bedrooms, refrilerotln.
Rockgas rangers. Balbod 2-3050.
Except week-ends


FOR RENT: For two or three
months, mocompletely furnished res-
idence consisting of two bedrooms,
two baths, two livingtoorms and
diningroom, kitchen and servants'
quarters For information 37th.
street E, No. 22.


FOR RENT:-2 bedroom furnished
apartment with office, residential
Section, Via Espo*a 71,

FOR RENT:-Completely furnshed 2
bedroom opertment. No. 6 36th.
street. La Ultima Modo.

MitaImu for 12 words.
Sc. ech additional word.


Pay less and get more
Reynolds LIFETIME Alumi.
num Corrlgated Roofing
and Siding.
Rust Proof, Needs no Paint,
Peraaneit, Re telp Dlt,
EmUbomed for Greater
Beauty and Rigidity.
(where parking is a pleasure)
279 Central Ave.-- Tel. 3-0140

Thueports Bxt S A.
-Shipping, moving, storage.
We pack and orate or move
anything. 'Phone 2.2451,
2-2562. PanamL
f ij

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FOR RENT:-Attention G. I. apart-
ment, recently built, furnished, hot
and cold water. Ready for ocCu-
poncy. Tel. Panomra 3-4941.,
FOR RENT: Furnished modem
apartment, 2 bed-roomn.-Phone
3-4871. *
FOR RENT.-Large modem aport-
ment with or without furniture.- -
Telephone 3-1637.

FOR- RENT: Largeo, .' ,
furnished room, with private bath-
room. Stable Tfor bachelor or cou-
Rie.----Uinh. Tel. 3 5441. AV.
Cuba No. 67.-Acroas from Pond-
nihHos>tal. A
FO() RENT .-COeon fumied from.
Private b'bthrmm a nd qntrnce
Kitchen Orileg.-43rd Street No.

Real Estate |

........ y ....... .. ,,m iurrim 9th. St. Tel. 1296. FOR SALE--Modern type wooden l
ie|ne l .I Balbooa dock March 6 kindly con--- FOR SALE-Modern typew i
iscellaneOlu tact Charles J. Holmes 6-406. FOR SALE:-Funk &Wagnolls read- house 40' X 47' with lot 1000
-- -- ----- ing course in Executive Technique, Mts2 for renting purposes 2 floors Tel.14
WANTED:- y responsible couple FOR SALE nw. $40.00. Telephone 2-1282. prices at bargain, 3rd.St. toward's
,without children, house or apart- -- .. .. the Retiroe.
ment. two or three bed-rooms in FOR SALE:- Doberman Pinscher -
Congrejo, Bella Vista, Vista Alegre 01Boats & Motors pups. Two months old. Male. Tele- FOR SALE:-2 ofjoining lots total- Bladdi
or Golf Heights. Coll Panoma 3- BOAT FOR SALE--(Amber) 25' phone Balboa 2915. ing-11,500 meters, ot Cerro Cam-
4702 between "700 and 9:00 p. m. Located at Dioblo Sea Scout Dock. FOR SALE:-Bargan upright Piano in aig. rtetoa? of rkiew 2,700 fet .
or.Golf.Heights. CalPnm 3B high. Spatna.lor viewt, very cool
WANTED TO BUY'-Smcoth tire-I Demonstration given Saturday from excellent condition Only $160.00 climate. Will sell for $900 cash.
su tab'e for recor,'tructlng Recor,.- 14C00 o 16 00 Prce $7.75. Call PonomA 3-3666 includess water rights. If interested,
tuctcra Nac.oral, S A Nc. 7 o 4 p m Price $7.75. FOR SALE--Damond Platnu rng telephone Panama 3-4982.
Peru Asenue. telephone -.0406..FOR SALE -New 14 ft. plywood center stone three quarters carat, Iween 9.00 a. m. and 5:00 p. m.
-Pr -.rc runiabuit 5 ft. beam trial round two baggetts and 12 s.i< point. --- "1
R' ccrsib;e Amer.con couple, no chi'- Or good f.r 25 HP motor. Call ~tloes Diamond Grue, wr-,.l watch Rar Di BPr nt
-re'tn desire apartment or rrmalli f6-14; with diamond band 14-K while President
hcu:e orelerablv unfurnished Call gold Both valued at 11 3, 0 00.0io I Oemr '
3.3212 or drop a card to Box oi Help Wanted Selg for $500.00. Call 8i.4196 a be leriesl
Ar.cor I Ni G Cr -3-7280. G- .ali.ment .
WANTiD --Apartment h .ode,. ED- G.w _,th good references < SALE -Piano Upright Grand "akia IA
equ.pmenr. 2 bedrooms aho tor general housework.-Call Pan- Medium Sizel $180 00. south M A vifl
ktcnehm, kichener e Phone B. W - 66-'.- bed. stoller, 3-Pc. Livingioom set WlWia I!ll Ulll nI1O -:
Peal room 304, Hotel Intena- Telephone No. 96. CorAssociationof University
I *EDc-X,.,e,-,, Can 12-Mig Sabre Ice A .S
on.---Call 2-3303Mrs. K. -(alled 'Greatest a Mah 25, 1953. vitatlon to all friends O
hoA1ses. BalboarforsReclifierdA"r ComeMoorei to attend a despedida tea of fluent
American Actor Of Them All'n Mowers located at the CrobalClub tomor at 5 p.
Slorehoue. For information and i n-ClUb tomorrow edi 5 .14
Killed In Austrian SEOUL. March 18 (UP-- Col spec tion contact Storekeeper C,,slo The tea has been planned by did nnef,
Auto Accident .Royal N. Baker. tie world's bat, telephone 3-1256. Invitation. No the two Panami City groups nfr- .it
AjeadingJet Ree. leaves lor home 21 may be obtained from the abC~e recognition of Mrs. Moore's valu-
LINZ Austria. March 18 UP. toaav. praised by his command- source or troam the office of Super-able contributions toward 'pub-
- One American was killed and ng officer as "the greatest 01 intendent of Storehouses, telephone liciing th c culture of s PamA, n
seven othere hurt when a busthem all." 2-2777.eoe ing the iagture o f PaInal O 11
ca rrying a troupe of air force enbu Baker. destroyer of 12 Coin- -- ______ on tert ood International
tertarying a troupe of air toce en-munist Mig-15 during hi s our relations between Panasianlan s
,rian trailer truck American la Korea, w honored at a and president et the Canad zone.
uhorilers mashed Into an Au-T dinKoner last nigot. d a ABoth men and women friends
Th US.or mes said today.u was en He flew last sion Fri- J f Mrs. Moaor Panamanans
route to Saliburg wilh 15 mem- day the 13Utaft -~iln s down J M and zonlana -- are invited to "i1
brs ofute to Salzburg with 15 morce how his 12th Ml. He also ha de- tomorrow's farewell tea at the
"lame Ouf when the Air Force o strayed one en.y, propeller- PanamA Olf Club. No reserva-
"Flare Out' when the eol dlon driven LA-9. probably destroyed Al Joke Vke TI tio are necessary.
occurred yesterday. The dead Mi and damaRed another CHICAGO. M A ore
actor's nae was withheldend- n In the t I hav sent home CICAO. Mrch 18 (UP-A A former newspaper woman C
mg notification of next Of klin. many of our foremost fighting woman who sad t he was Erica who edited a anish language rri g
men." 5th Air Force commander Ste, a witness in the call girl magazine In T York during
Glenn O Barcus said at the din- t.rlal of Minot F. tMickeyt Jelke. part of World War II, Mrs. Moore
ner in Bak.r'ssonor. "but now was ordered to apn ear in wom- is the autlor of numerous ar-
SI mm sending Dck the great eas court hebore today on disor- deles about PanamA In "Amer- P
Io them all aderly conduct charges. icas" and other publications.
Barcts said Baker was "a per- The red-haired woman was Beveral years ago she translat-
LONG AND SHORT WAVE ectionLst in his business." arrested in a northalde hotel last p a number. of Panamanian t
RADIOS I He aMid the colonel's methodi- night alont with Carl Jarrett. str4 Intobesiisnto and publish- a
41M.95 to $49H.5e cal and relentless follow-through 37. a one-time water-ski.-nstruc- ed them In a collection entitled
at on.e he latched hI Eobre ont or whose name was also men- a'.. olmoo "
-a- a Mir was a masterpiee i tome in the New York Vie Throulh the Canal Zone Col-
Tr Elecroics blending skil. training and per- Tr ia I hlab nd o ter organlz
~. f.. 2 sonal courage. T"m' e man who identify bim-Uns h has worked ttM lel
Va Baker. McKney T. fl self as Jarrett was also ared 'for better understanding among
Detectives said the woman wac the vToriou Isthmisa groups.
.b Hanford Z ausem ter5 dit- Abaje Industrial
RICHLAND, Wash. (UP) -The ted" abe wasJ iE Steel
second major expansionM MA Sel. an ea diated call b To d Mei
Involving more than .00 gIrl, te tted at Jelt'a trial art -
is underway at the llnford she wa a Milea l of Pe1 Tsh o AJ6._ t 1 adutall,
.atomic works. Work .lm1Ud War, 1B 1 g_


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S A ii'- Ilt r. II I In;WvI WF I l uaI Hubb.r-deTcted
dll5itw19Z ^' rIPjy "."I,. I,#'" -./ I/I /9. tITW -- *_- "2J i wrlir Fr dent of the Walpole Socly .
a', .u_-{ ,-* us, xWu -- ^,xu a 3 .-. x . r ' .. Bringing to Jusice Hors T
,-.. ^ .L-.... . 1 ., ,, NK&, l _C.nW, i a CA and Ptfro-- of Gardens,
SCost..... . in For 5 New Comedies Trees and Clothes Lines.
^ + otel -Ohhhntton f ,*- 1 is a 54-year member of the soull
h.hl,', '* ol' .. g i ty which was formed n 181.
a, J$- Now Cor i0 lunster The almost dovernlght success troupe the performers ad
i' Dort uZe- and he can't be draiied in the of the new cea Theater, with ibbed, stage hands Improvised has offered to answer qii
i BiBa .fl^MBSS. ,. .... Ib lLllN bO'^ anS oWIite strtie tf -. been' last weef of Noel Coward's beautfully. or the try-outs There.e
a*n as Oloria standard tt ainee 'Private LJvea." ha assured this As a resultt of the excellent fees or lues required to jd nt
S s days o~ Eison in group Of enthsistiM follow- reviews received by the play in Circle Theater movement
,-.,^am "I Idebtf if rB'ewd Lanoer g~S" e i"tttl s l ing for the rest of the season the press, and the enthusiastic
S. .K-i thi dph Mn at Panma a notices spread by wayof mouth,
S1l Not muchmre the show played to a near ca-
Se0 p ago, Paul Drs and Bob Lot- paclty e ouse on the seco nd ~ bc f "i
*~ ,N-I^ IW ht whch -t6 f~r e- g ster? eai 9owa nwalrdrobe g, two you menbeirs o te| night, and to a capacity house I L\'^i._

H etime' A hair restorer bavin fall- needed most was "theater-In- The Circle Theater grou is
r dt !Sa afterr ed, trank Sinatra d* d ow tak- the-round," similar to the sau- now casting for the five p ys "
a n to risl cessul anJte d sal5 th watein- theplan, raUto putothe bacsc on. |

-i as n.Pst Noa thaolel J. O t Hollywood naad Mar Davis and gl "sold' the Thurber ad t iN et;
and Post No. 3, oIOan lantd Jfiacr1 pason S ed the idea to a num r of Panama "hiladelphia Stry," by 1-
SWa very succesfulpn t altar march...HaW allis saw businessmen and El Panama Up Barry; "Candida," by
SRancho ~ Ramos Pt' ain ?gmitomete the Crown The- Benny Rubin' new comedy act Hotel, and were gven the green George B. Shaw, and "The
..The chf or satr r fao eotor Harv in Dsn D o o? they're liht to o ahead with their first "Heiress" by Ruth Goets.
the o 'o w: str _and "then talking a movie deal play. They knuckled down with The first of thefi plays to be
ei t 8 R..c.ard Ut. I d.m t luto mycel dn mt great seriousness and energy, put on will depend on the
i e. e lewo tenand write IAMOB FOR MET STAR and In a remarkably brief period group's ability to select a ault-
Sl M- John Mc I Iirt a .Wo named Gorit of time l"r y selected their cast, able cast. First try-outs will be
gse of the alad'l ~~~o. Bb this Gloria Isn't Producer Sam Bplege will at- enlisted a small number of as- held at the Salon de ls Ame-
Sa efae. . nie imluslion created by tempt a glamor campi for aUlstants from friends and ama- ricam at El Panama H tel, to- SINGING FOR JOYI
ar ....re-ected as Aulre ba hday .we an Met Opera star Patrice unsel teur thespians, and put "Private morrow and Friday at p.m wonder or
ot airlr, lr -e r. and os n bo. ,._-._V. * to help sell his production of Lves" into rehearsaf and are open to anyone in Pan- be ea'rdSed
i MrS. David QoUte as. Sin.r.h "./ vI ngr tan "Melba." Munseih. who a look The show opened at the ama or in the Canai Zone who | fhiSeSSradndlinm
1 ,.e the .et v Mrs. Cayrus a Sity terr and ttelr t with er.- Is reported meady for lore ell Vista Ree to a well- care tohave a try a any of the "the y.
.aSOcretpLr families-. ended. 1 movie roles. dressed, apathetic, but various ?arts.
Magml y acarrene oatsasTh mu^tin fe th a g ** *m1 audience -e. As the members of the Circle san7 d
o ae le adfaillr be held than evn .thI t ewio oLn Ken Murray's story of how he Before tne end of the first Theater group are all occupied
., a e -.ae acnd and air the. Legion Hall n at ati.. named Marilyn d "roe to re- act, the audience realized they at their regular jobs durn te e llds-e ...S
la-OI reU wre cw~. andatalkw. 7:30 p.m. thy P place MarIme Wilon in hia were seeing real theater. The day. Mrs Audrey Klne Pub ty ageLje bltrtd yos iser
e by Reverend PFather Wil- There wll be refreshments n ler led "Blackouts" four years ago Is play was tastefully produced, Director of El Panama Hotel, l bil g i
oIa.ho fal lnn, C. M. and games. t ~ l eT- getting anickern from a gent well directed, and professionally _i S
or I r.. rA social hour ollowi.h Ar ,. who was there when It hapnen- acted. During the entire pIrfor-
ThB, eore er business meeting with Mrs ed- ance, there were none of the
the -"Jeir d f a,- Pran- WllVim Allen and Mrs. George E to Elect Offcr i a"-nd Ke, hays he "sorrowfully" had usual embarrassing moment so | aT S n W f
-ie Weeks Martin as hostesses. The annual election of. pt, an U* to turn her down because of ommon to all amateur theaters. Io a NIGH
Sgr itrn- The othet ladles present fliers for Crietobal eanal a id enDenlve alterations to Marie's On opening night, when onea
wSe:.. L r e r r~~i RaIph Gre usa Ms. Lodtge No. 1514 B.P.O.. wI iin,"'to ai Mr. wardrobe. of their mechanical "props,"
Stor ome ene Diler, Mrs. Charles held a a a dinner meeting td n, a profesmonal re- The man who was there sa upon which the climax of the ma al / -
| ri1o .lM0 J.am Reec aia, Mrs. nlg4t at the Eulk Club. t., Ken took one look at Marilyn In oond act depended, failed Jt _t________he -
Sti'Ma. Joseph EId okcr Roy Rine- a sweater and promptly diamiss- an Imminent risals which might
Ihr -r eCroty, e ,tot d henohh r haventhrown off a professional BAL| B..A .. ...... *'U
M rti ii -Cier, soir ",Has Anybody Sen My Gal"
6:15s, AS 6:P6 B H ecslle all d DeetAdras
ei, l MTr Jwoseph o -o.- rtla-t th o tDIABLO HTS. LUPNOng Rob t RAN
Mrs. Thomas Kelly, and MAKE fRIENDS d in tb bUled by a New Yor nt club BEWARE, MY LOVLY
O.... CoUin u- L anw f .osve- "P l a out's New ,.vetl thtr. | -,a-g

Sin City, uri, Scouts and. rgq*nies at ort that the Herble Baker's new 'Love ong," -- t L
va t of two wee o Gulick hld. Ne bo~hoodi In aCar- Introduced by mama Bella Bak- 8itYau sa rIn GA B A. ,"Flamin F .-T co
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A.L. Leads N.L. 30

Junior Circuit Continues Atlantic Softball
To Embarrass Cousins eague

S- o 2nd Half Standings
By FRED DOWN Teams W L Pet.
y Commissary Division 6 0 1.000
United Press Sports Writer Industrial Bureau 3 1 .750
.. Electrical Division 3 2 .600
NEW YORK, March 18 (UP).-The American Panama uanal Press 2 2 .500
Rainbow City Schools 2 2 .500
League's favorite form of amusement-embarrass- Maintenance Division 3 .400
ing its National League cousin-has been extended Cristobal Storehouse 0 4 .000
't include the spring exhibition games this year Terminals Division 0 4 .000
"much to the annoyance of Warren Giles. Results:
Although President Giles or- remaining exhibition games. Dr. Coms'y. Div. 8, Indus. Bur. 4
dered his National League teams Daniel Levinthal predicted, how-
to use a. large percentage of ever, that Sauer would open the Commissary Division, winners
their regulars In the games In season. Sauer fractured the bone of the first halt in the Atlantic
an effort to avoid the embar- in a slide last Mondpy. Divisional Softball le i ue dis-
tassment. a survey of the Grape- In games yesterday, the Red played real cham lons uI cah dl
Hult League games showed today Sox beat the Cardinals, 6-5. the played real when they humonblp cal-
that American League teams Braves downed the Yankees. 5-2.ibre, when they humbled the
have won 30 of 48 games played the Dodgers outslugged the Sen- strong Industrial Bureau last
with their Inter-league rivals. It ators. 11-10. the Reds shaded Friday to the tune of 8 to 4.
figures out to s .825 percentage the Phillies. 7-6. the Pirates beat The Industrial Bureau ap-
-a pennant-winning pace In the Cuban All-Stars, 3-2. the In- feared well on their way to vic-
any league. IdiRans defeated the White Sox. tory when the Commissary Dlvi-
T he Tigers, who finished 7-6. the Browns beat the Giants. sion failed to score after loading
eighth in the American League 9-6. and the Cubs bowed to Port- the bases with none out ana
sth season, and the Red Sox.!land of the P.C.I., 2-1. when the Machine Men took an
vllfo fined sixth, haveRheaved early three-run lead, led by their
the most indignity on the h Lp Amanager, Weston Do Sousnaatheup
The mgers htnity won eight N.LleFairw VS supply and Service Men came up
games they have played against GOLFING GOSSIP OF THE wth e powerful attack later in
th N.L but have lost all three GALS FROM THE FORT AMA- the igame to wipe out the lead
Ilnst mitra-league rivals, while DOR GOLF COURSE and win tle game.
SRed Sox stand 5-2 against If perchance it Is true there Saturday:
.MA N L and only 2-2 against are such things as flying saucers
Only the Cubs have man- e e a n g P.C. Press 7, Schools 7
; Only the Cubs have man- s way over the Panama and Ft The P. C. Press and the Rain-
.Aed to compile a winning Amador golf courses last week it bow City Schools battled to a
Icord against A.L. teams and would be greatly. enlightening to 7-7 tie ast Saturday. The Press
their margin is a slender 4-3. read the transmission the head men got off to an early lead.
he Pirates broke even in two saucer-man would have no doubt With an infield hit, two walks
l.mes with the Athletics but reported to the top brass back at and a iome run, the teachers
te Giants are 4-, the Dodg- headquarters. His report would were able to overtake them. The
ers 3-4. the Cardinals 1-5, the have certainly contained the m en under Mr. Cotton's super-
Phaillie 0-3. the Braves 3-4 fact that many land dwellers vision were able to bounce back
and the Reds 2-4 against were busy beating up the earth in time to even the score before
Arierican League rivals with long sticks and at the samein the game t o even the score before
an stnamans themselves re- time whaling the daylights out of darknas a
S ,a o:'.:r o surprise-there of a little round white ball so it of darkness.
v '.ielyh, no resemblance to would disappear in a little round Monday:
.th1 s ndrngs at the end of the hole.
1 ea.on. Of course If this head saucer- Coms'y. Div. 6, storehouse
In the AL's "first division" man had asked any ardent golfer eCrl.iv.ba, Storehousew
e es ivsn on or near Panama he would have not be able to win a game
scc i -n the second division l have learned the 100 plus golfers in this second half, while losing
,-ezon-he Browns (9-21. Tig- at the Panama Golf course were f o t e a
enaors 6-41. They were fol-nd busy completion the first round niri last Monday against the
ea r 6-4. thefourfirst dy were fol- of the 1953 Istmian Amateur CommissaryDivision, thatpulled
of 1952-tourthe A's do5-4), Championship play and at the Commissary coach Thomas outI
Yan 6 of 152-thite ox 5-54), Fort Amador Golf course those of his sick bed, to pull his team
Yaik es 6-51. White Box (5-5 80 players represented golfers together, break -i tie In the
Te fact that no A.L. clubwas from the Armed Forces of te Ca- late innins and go on to win.
nore than one game under .500 nal Zone finishing up their 72 In so doing, the first half win-
.*eult'd from their tremendous hole tournament. ners are now assured of nothing
successes against N.L rivals and, Fianlly (that's what we came to less than a play-off for the sam
ucches agans tralsen.talk about) 24 of the ladies from ond half which ends Batreday.

to a svcto th w sern ovr rud wrt ai o

se o ae. victories wereover the Amador core teed off last Follow in the ee ill scee-
Phacilc Coast. L- ue teams. d Wednesdayt in rd i rear Ladies ule: Weu day, Storeasew.
d n injtd-Day ToBrn (thlie Ond T'"points" industrial Bureau; Friay ,ePvd-
t curious a tournament tand 'ho me trical vs. Maintenance amlCl -
le .ltcai although time czjmuwnce4-Iay. In their urday, (at 3 p~m.) Indua l._ Va
dfedendiuug champion Dodg- 1953 Amador Wo mIs' Handicap Elegtrical and (at 5 pXLjB Sbftl
are ialt with a 7-4 record. Tournament. vs. Commissary.
But Iac others were all second The points tourney, winners de-
division teams of lat season- cided by awarding points for ea- eWomen's League Opelner
the Pirates (7-3). Cubs (6-5) gles, birdies, pars and poggles.
and Reds (6-4). The Olants' rec- was won by Ethel Perantle with The Women's League w ill get
brd is 5-6, the Braves' 4-6. Car- 2nd prize going to Ann 'Little, under way tonight under the
'dinals' 4-7 and Phillies' 2-9. and 3rd to Pauline Klevan. Ann lights at the Mt. Hope Stadium,
" The Dodgers' shift of Jacke turned in another of her fine at e when Chagres tackles
Robinson to third base in or- rounds with a 74. The beat net DeorUtvo Lanuss.

and an injury to Hank Sauer, results of the Handicap Tourna- o the Governor of the Province
'which will seriously handicap ment are Incomplete as the con- of Colon, as pitcher; Mi s Pear-
"2dm In spring training, were testants have until today (Wed- line Carter, president of the
the big news at the camps nesday, March 18) to complete league and principal of the
0terday. this round. charges School, as batter and
-.Robinson takes over at third The ladies will return to their Mrs Carolina Ws Mc b iter,
today and Gilliam teams with regular Thursday Ladies Day vice-prealdent, as catcher.
Peewee Reese as the new double this week so on March 19 there The opening will also feature
play combination for the Dodg- will be a Flag Tournament in ad- the Rainbow City School's band.
wra. Robinson says he hopes the edition to the start of the second There will be no charge for ad-
lftt will add two or three years round of the Handicap Tourna- mission.
4o-his career but predicted that ment. The next game will be on
Mv Cox will open the season For those who are entering the Thursday evening at 4:45
V third. Amador Dry Season Mixed at the school's diamond. Car-
uaner, the National League's Scotch Fursome Tournament on melltas and Mueblerila Colon will
I valuable player, suffered a Sunday, March 22, watch this see action.
Broken bone in his right hand page for all starting times to be -
md is expected to miss the Cubs' published later thiswveek.

SrCr1icket News

Latest Atlantic Side cricket
results are:
Morland. 86 for six wickets iA.
__Drakes 40 not out. A. Lynton 4
for 29) beat Wanlerers, 82 (L.
o Thorne 43, C. DeSousa 5 for 141
PACIFIC IT E LEAGUE Parker do the url by four wickets. It was Mor-
A C LEAGU Parker doing the hurl for the land's first win of the season.
THE STANDINGS fer: ver City, 78 for nine wick-
Tem Won Lst The box eta (A. Cabe y 25 not out., H.
Sear 5 0 K Dunn 15. H. Mlgnott 5 for 30. A.
Elks 1414 2 2 ELKS Hewitt 3 for 27) drew with Sur-
AFO 14 2 3 SCott0 ab r h p? a rey. 131 for eight wickets (E.
Fremen 1 3 DeaLondes, lb. p 3 0 1 Brown 32 not out, A. Shoy 26, A.
Poice 1 4 Dalsey, c 3 0 1 1 0 Hewitt 19, A. Cabey 4 for 26).
Dase, pb 2 0. 0 5 1 OGames scheduled for this Sun-
T weet Lewis, p, b Fum^h, 2 1 01 day are: Midland vs. Surrey, Ml.'
FueaAachs, 2 0 0 0 0 0 Hope Oval; Excelsior v. Wan-
TeOaa'd GL Th so b 0 1 2 derers, Gatun: Morland vs. 811-
Firemen vs. Lincoln Life Hele, f 2 0 0 0 er City Camp Blerd.
T*he Sears Catalog Boys upped L. Corrigan, If 3 0 1 0 0 --_
their lead in the second half Schoch, us 1 0 0 3 1 ---
nce by shutting out the second Tlley, rf 2 0 0 0 0

g &uZe 0ss yesterday o-u.
Tommy McKeown won his
;, eighth game of the season,
limiting the Elks to three hits,
walking four and striking out
six. Tommy has lost one game
and that was In the first half
when the Firemen handed tie
Catalog Boys their only defeat
, in fifteen games that they have
played to date. Johnny Lewis
started on the mound for the
loser mand suffered his fourth
defe at the hands of the Sears
nine.with Danny DesLondes tak-
ing over in the second when
Sears took a four run lead.
McKeown also starred at the
late, hammering out two dou-
les and a single in four trips
to the plate. Tommy Durfee and
Jesse Crawford collected two
hits in three each to lead the
ten hit attack on the Elks pitch-
ing. For the Elks DesLondes,
Lewis and L. Corrigan with sin-
awerethe only lks to reach
Sfor baseknocks.
Today the cellar dwelling Fire-
.Peg will play the third place
L u h Li tle with Cly Randel the
i ytsta rter on the mound for
:. ,. okle and Ralp "Perky"j


21 0 3 15 6
S ab r h po a
dcKeown, p 4 2 3 0 4'
,. Watson, ss 3 1 1 3 1
chwarzrock, 3b 2 1 1 0 1
)urfee. c 3 0 2 6 0
. Watson, 2b 2 0 1,0 3
;isenmann, cf 2 1 0 0 0
rill, rf 1 0 0 0 1
*rawford. lb 3 1 2 9 1
;onklin. If 1 0 0 0 0
lliot, If 2 0 0 0 0

23 4 1016 1
Score by Inning
Elks 00000- 2
Sears 131 11x-6 10 1
Winning pitcher: MeKeown,
(8-1 Losing pitcher: Lews, (4-
4). Struck out by McKeown 8,.
Lewis 3, DesLondes 2. Bases on
balls: McKeown 4, Lewis 1, Des-
Londes 5. Pitching records, Lewis
4 runs 4 hits l 2/3 inning, Des-
Londes 2 runs 6 hits in 3 1/3 In-
nings. Twj base hits. McKeown
,2', Durfre. Crawford. Double
plays: Hele to Schoch. Umpirs:
Potter nd Engelke Scaret:
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BY LEO H. PETEItSEN bLeague regulations. th
United Press Sports Editor pTrtma, preidedt de
Sraeis, predlieted,-- re]
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla., March at the prepesal l Al
18 The National League's club LaBe d Wua G11 GI-
owners met in secret session to- the Nat Ioal is
day to study a six-point agenda W mbd that theralen.- mi
an then give Lou Perini a "yes" ined ilffialt prob- oM
or "no" answer to his proposed le tit
shift of the Boston Braves to Ta t of these point ac-
Milwaukee. co o Gles, was a solution '
Perinial, despite the American to., sacedule problems which yi
League's rejection of a similar would be created by the shift, tak
proposal by Bill Veeck last Mon- The next four points "involve de- th
day, said he expected to receive talsl which arise because of the cla
the unanimous approval required time element," Oiles said, while bu
Martinez, Hitting Harder c

Than Ever, Draps Sampson f
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Championship prospect Isidro e
Martinez yesterday proved that
he is in better form than ever
and expects to gain an early
knockout over Melvin Bourne in
their scheduled tea-round bout
Sunday night at the Panama
Gym. not
Martines, who now tips the i
salks at exactly 136 pound
yesterday caught welterweig sa
Clarence (Young) Sampau $1
flush on the Jaw and droppedL te
him on the seat of his pants.L
Sampson, a former Isthdamn
Lightweight champion, was t
very surprised y n g ma
Sampson hits the scales at 14I.
The brisk work out between
'Martines and Sampson at the
Colon Arena was witnessed by
several hundred fans. Isaddro dis-
nlayed, continued improvement
n his body attack. Hle w ites
few punches and throws short
effective blows.
According to unconfirmed re.
prs, Martin[e' nmnagser, Inaa
Kreseh, is taking all bets against
his boy for the Sunday night
Ibespite Martines eontinu
impressive tuneups, youth
Bourne Is confident of turning
in his third consecutive upset
victory, Melvin's handlers =
"Filpio" and Leonort E
leaving no stone unturn in
getting Bo-arne late the best
possible shape for the most Ia-

SOtn Cmi Takes
am- a

In (Z Amlaeur Loop
Teams W L Pet.
Sta. Cruz ( V) 6 3 .750
Red Tank (IT) 4 3 .571
La Bo a (CR) 4 4 .500
R. B. (P) 3 3 .500
Paralso (CD) 4 5 .444
Chagres (LC) 1 5 .167
Sta. Cruz' Malta Vigor outfit
defeated Red Tank's El Toro
nine 13-10 while Roddy Prince
and his La Boca Remonistas de-
cisloned the Rainbow Powells 4-
3. This enabled St. Cruz to slide
away from their closest rivals.
Before game time, Red Tank
and Rainbow City trailed the
league-leaders by one-half and
one game respectively. In the
other C.Z.A.L. game, defending
champions Canada Dry (Para-
iso) outlasted the last place
Chagres 18-9.
The La Boca Remonistax made
it two straight over Rainbow
City as they converted two walks
and two Powells misplays into
four runs enough to win over
Powells wno caine charging back
by scoring three in the seventh
on a walk and four hits.
Clarence Oonzalez, two-time
winner over RBC, held the At-
lantic Side Car-dealers scoreless
while his mates 'were scoring
single runs in the first, third,
fifth and blxth innings. Gonzalez
yielded three hits over the first
six innings while his pitching
rival, Carl Thorne, gave up on-
ly two. Thorne fanned 12 to run
his 80 total to 43 In 30.33 In-

Santa Cruz Sports
City League Standing
Team Won Lest
Butchers 3 1
Luciant 3 1
Rebels 2 2
Soccer 1 3
Bowen's 1 3
The "Rebels" of the Oamboa
Penitentiary split In the twin
bill last Sunday afternoon to
maintain a third place standing
In the City Softball League con-
ducted on the Santa Crus Play-
In the first Uthe Rebels,
with C P ar the mound
g ..e SeS," ~quad -
y those first, three
Iad two in the
S. of four runs.
was 0. Collins.
6. toeing the slab
tog squad wlth I
em. mate were un-

20 r a. 0.
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portant battle f. h. youg.

EMaday wffl be Bibi fix t
remain aut the h apst.
This tw-ted Chorrille edMimen
of Reary Alufstreng owaetoeing
It o -t tewm- a an way
his tBtir i gbouna...
SMart abs is a. awlli a g-
fgr and 'ma" taf a eoe.
roid pleaser.
There Is aething thi e fan s ve
better than to see two boxers ex.
ehage lws ut one or the
other g 02es amuM. .
alms bedscrowd seadageustoit.
It featuress a .e .a u a
slugger. Bsue Jack I I tue
"Pancy Ol." BRodolfe o Alpua
is' the pmneher. Tbe Iboir re
slated tqo 4M e or less
at a 1"m
The a' IJa M Idol a-

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Be fte a. ne

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e sixth -point s & study of a
OelSln whiht will be reached by
pesntatlves .of the Amerlcan
maclates at an eater meeting.
The final t on the agenda
the a l with una-
Srequired. No
mne stated Mthat heMs to -
_lentl tw t the on-
..d'*at %VwI,. but W r
Male, prseC t of the BroOk-
1 Dodg b has Mted f1t he
kesa a i view of be move at
is time. A high babaB offl-
Al also revealed that the Plits-
trgh Pisatesm not deolde
eir vot e fn t poirsntpo s
eared up to ther atefta.
Thms *uree, who is. de sto
ommlsloner Ford f6ek l x.
lined that oal* oWne fa
king the Pirate" to take the
ehedule origINelly aw
or th rMwe, with the M
Iflwauksee eb inheriting
iUtxtItrgh't original Mb~dule.
he Pirates may be posed to
Is solution, the source ex-
mined, because one-third of
ir eason-ticket sales are ad-
:nceleabon mIi m Thbis figure
w proachesu 4=6OOO for the
S Mob and tNe Pirates may
t want to risk the loss of a
ent p on o that sale by so-
Sa new schedule-partlcu-
riy Oe which would pit them
the powerful Eastern
amn at the beginning of the

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41 84

42 96

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4144 84

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Palomas 5 1 .838
Ocelats 3 1 .750
(onejoa 3 S3 .500
PuAs 2 4 S.33
UPS Next Game04 *4
Ocelots vs. Puma *
Diabo, Thursday, March 19.
430*m. IL
WasUtich circuit Palolnas tig
their position on to of
u for the second half of
Vagamn with a hard fought
ovr 0 le Conelos al Diablo y
totf. The score 7-5.
SVent the distance for s
Faning two and walk.
fv1. NInkle and Hayden
duty for the Conejos each
'out one and walking
allowed four hits, two
came in the closing

o led with the sole
of the game until the
the third when the
ought in three. Cone-
up a little with one
the top of the fourth but took
a dive in the bottom of that
anto when Martin tripled with
arN bcre on the throw-In
of des' long fly to center
nd rot s crossed the platter
when ono pitcher Hayden
"IW itng there were
two. athr -first to put
east e M. Con)jos brought
up their gg Sus with a two
pa triple by

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leoaty R 1. 2 3
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Krklandr 0 0 0 0
Totals i 5 4 S 10
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KANSAS IT eMo.? Manch 1
(T) KTI Ensas University
JaybAwk who palled many as
I t Ohist sason to cUnch the
We eivem title, will try foE an
rIB" ad the national
Sba title talgh
vwlm they meet the atlon'i
S o team w, Indiana.
T= defeding nation am-
In the Olympla last
moved into the 11al
S playoffs last igh b
trying the Washingtoan Huask
lM, 79ft-,.on the heels of Iati-
aa's 80-67 rampage over Lotl.
bisma State.
If Coach Forrest C. (Phbf) Al-
len's Jayhawks win. (they will
have earned records einalted
only. by Oklahma A. f J. and
Oklahoma A was nation-
al hauploin n I45 and 1646,
While Keatueky. wlolh was not
allowed. to mupete this year,
w"a 1n 14. and IUL In
diaa wone the tite n 1Bs.
The Jaybawks won the NCAA
title Jast year by downing St.
Joha's of rooklyn, -63, then
1t laThe American Olympic
nDaM 6t-a to the Peoria Cat-
u'iinas. A combined Kansa-
cttsfplar team mwept the
36-5 from Russia In
!= ,sarnland, lt spring.
XWas. rated by experts to be
*Weak this year due to the loe of
ts gat center, Clyde Lovelleto,
anise but one of its other
Olymple stars. scrapped It* way
to the top rung of the Big Sew-
enladder on the height of oeen-
3r U.. Bon and the support-
,of, _- the Jaybawk seor-
i d against the Huaskies
MlUsMtk Bob Houbregs. #-
i. Ru7-u kl Hase center and
hotise the NCAA Individual
one-game scoring record, scored
18 nte beOre he fouled out In
thlr p .

SFastih League

44dittkLittle League

W STA,'0te jd"a Thursday afternoon by the score
T4 Wof Lbo Tet. of 11 to 2.
Sm .'... 2' .7 Max Sanders .iand Charlie
0 f t F PTrench again teamed on the
Ma .. . 3 4 mound for the Powells and dil-
'M so! .. . 3. .& I' owed the Mottas but four hits,
...... ... .2 3 4 8A with Max fanning fie- and
Charlie fanning eight. Bll9
FOWt4 LS MOUHitchcock, Pow-ls star rCceiver,
Leal1e "'B" caIff. walked off' with the- batting
club handed .the S honors for the day with 'double
21 to 1 apanking- and two singles to his credit.
nood at the Margari Sta- Frank Corrigan, first sacker of
dium. the Mottas, slashed out two of
Young. M.ax Sagders, .nd his team's four white, both slii-
Cbarlie French split gles.
ftg duties for the win Manager Dockery has been
with Sanders pitching In- without the services of two ace
ng. of hitless and i rormbra for the past two
whie striking out, asven. h games, Gary Maloy due to an in-
allowed but four hits and a l ured hand and Charlie Chase
auY during his te oAthe due to illness.
moud Score by innings:
Manager Dockery of the Mpt- POWELLS 0 9 2 2 5 0-11
tas pent -four hur to .the MOTTAS 0 1 0 O 0 1- 2.,
mound In an effort +o halt the Sanders French and Hitch-
Po=eDa scoring sprees. lie cock; Phillps, B. Will and J.
rlcw *lith a home over Will.
the cotet field .1ench.; dou-
ble and a single leed p- COCO SOL 3, POLICE 1.
ade Chbatia in- Johnny Johnson's Coco Solo
4 af coaI I e by BuirUs took on George Tully's
l double Krl' Police Palp Friday afternoon and
Aim.n0a o t, i&kuUg, handed them a 3 to 1 'setack.
Max Sanders ani y itch- Ken Reith and-Danny Dills
cock were the other bihittrs combined huing th ves
each having two hits Apiece. set the Pi ba with: five
- coe by innings: hiie while i ot
PO WELLA 0 7 2 ('10) ter
r iOAS V o the bu~j;t
Leon, Marland, WIP1'PIO~ whIkIlli
and Chase; Sanders. Ftnch and via ae. ieout
Hithcook. D ohny Tur-
--`- ; nt ,ere thAe i basen
POLIGE 5. COCO SOLO for the Brves wieachL having
Geoge Tully's Police Pals de- a double and single. Jimmy P0-_
feated the Coco Sqlo Braves lumbo was the leading batsman
Tuesday afternoon by the scorch for the Pals havlt9 two singles
of 5 to 2 In a thrilling game from for the day, while Eddi Meeks'
the first inning of play until the double was the only extra base
last out was made. knock for the Pals.
Frank' Alberga, all around The fielding gems of the gsame
performer of the Pal, started were turned in by.Ralph Blevins
on the mound for t se Pair and and Jerry De Tore.
excellently untilhe d Score by inninni:
t last round, two dolid base BRAVES 01 0 0 0-3
bits by Turner and Karpinski POLICE 0 0 0 0 0 1-1
followed by an error on sth's Reith, Dls and Karpinski;
fly brought tr Bay to Bailey and Palumbo,
Frank's rescue, a neat double- -
play foll-oed by strikeoutend- MARoGAMTA S, POWELLS 6
ed the Braves' threat. Ross Cunningham's Margarita
RunM Favorite. ftlals f base- Oilers climbed into third
man led the hit parade with a place portion; In the Atlantic
double and a towering home run Little League standings by de-
blast over the center field fence eating tkao Powells club by the
while Eddie Meeka' timely sin- score of 9 to 6. Previous to this
gle brought In two uns In the setback the Powells had won
first inng. their last three games.
Danny D11s with two doubles Larry Didler starred on the
was the leading batr for the mound for the Oilers allowing
Braves. The Pals entributed but three hits while striking out
three double plays In downing nine. Max Sanders and Charlie
the Braver. French shared the pitching lu--
Score by inlngg: ties for the Powells nine for the
POLICE 2 0 0 1 .-5 third straight tine ii asix days.
BRAVES 2 9 0 0 0e-2 The fielding em of the game
Alberga, Ballev and Palumbo; was turned In by Jimmy TOeMl,
Smith. Dills and Karpmk left fielder of the Oilers.
-- ~ Score by Innina:
POW LS 11 MOTTAs POWLLB 0 0 510-
"Biff" Clarke's PoweU. club MARGARITA 3 4 0 2 0
handed the Lttle Motas their Sanders. French and Nitch-
second defeat of the. week cock; Didler and Crawford.


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Jane, Isthmlan
'ham, Balboa
Wally's Bar
Hovan, olpan
Kelsey, Qarta Vieja
Lyons, Acme Paints
,Torian, Carta Vieja
orgis, Putaturo
Over, Carta Vieja
*eam Name w
Balboa .3er 4
l Const 4;

V, Frost S82 34
Geo. F. Novey 3
Waly's Bar 3


167- 5
L Pts.
33 59
32 57
34 54
g "
i- B
41 45
43 43
43 42

Carts Viejt
148 124 171
166 172 129
1?- 169 131
146 173 155
136 165 155
84 84 84

Totals 813 887 825 2525
sthmian Constructors
Lane 157 164 157 478
Hcks 133 148 122 403
INaaa 160 128 135 423
Murdock 179 182 151 492
AlBen 174 153 155 482
Handicap 93 93 93 279
Totabls 96 848 813 2557
WaUy's Bar
J. L Putaturo Buick-Chevrolet
Lavalee 153 177 104 434
Chaten 143 148 140 424
SnWder 90 126 102 3181
Corn 151 167 156 4741
Burgs 156 175 203 *534
Handicap 103 103 103 309
Tetal 798 84 808 2498
Aem Paints Geo F. Novey
Lyons 158 173 158 489
Hetterer 133 133 133 399
Blackweul 127 180 154 461
Vau Ser 194 139 120 451
sft 194 135 109 438
B ep 111 111 111 333
Tats 917 W 88 785 2571
V.W. Post 322
162 190 139 491
91 84 96 271
S 123 122 126 371
167 176 127 470
Common 179 169 177 525
Madicap 108 108 108 3241
Totals 830 84 773 2452
Colpan Ford
rBma 120 147 105 372
Itue 133 152 148 433
161 170 118 449
walker 178 146 149 473
1K"In 170 132 157 459
ndlcap 92 92 92 276
tal 854 13 9 708 2462
hafer 179 123 157 '
11 11 U 143 b95
175 145. 148 468
A2152 140 130 472
t fl7 107 32



Balboa Beer, rolling high
series for the nite. copped three
from Colpan Ford with little
difficulty last Wednesday nite
at Balboa. As the result of their
win the Beermen, with Glenn
Treffinger and Bill Cunningham
sharing the scoring honors,
gained another point on the sec-
ond place Contractors in their
bid for the championship. The
Beermen iave a tenacious hold
on top spot with only three
weeks to go. Ray Walker was
high in this encounter for both
IBthmian Constructors man-
aged tQ maintain their three
point lead over Carta Vieja for
second place by splitting the
points with the Rummen. The
Rtnmen served the extra point
to the Contractors on a silver
platter b1y flubbing-out In the
tenth frame of the last game.
Ed Murdock was high in this
contest with 492.
J. L. Putaturo Buick-Chevro-
let catapulted into fourth place.
two points over Colpan Ford, by
virtue of a forfeit from Wally's
Bar. This windfall puts the
Bulckmen in a position to chal-
lenge the Rummen for third
place. Buickman Deacon Gor-
geous Dude Borgis bowled high
game and high series for the
nite in Individual competition
with 203 and 534, respectively.
Aswe Paints Geo. F. Novey
Alapped the whitewash to V. F.
W. Post 3822. In wiping out the
Vetsa the Painters rolled high
game for the nite. Augey Lyons
spilled the most pins for the
Painters. Moses Common rolling
a =Il's for the Vets was second
high in individual competition
for the nite. At long last .the
Painters have managed to slip-
out of the cellar position into
seventh place.

Arthur Mann's new book, "How to Play Winning Basebal.
is the beat ever done on the subject. The best and most literate.
An interesting excerpt: "The home-plate strike zone isn't mawy
a flat space area 17 inches wide and extending vertically fth
the batter's knees to his shoulders, or about 612 square inchS.
The strike zone also has depth. A pitcher throws at an a&sM
that has three dimensions. This area is 246V2 Inches. quars
the base, or knee-heights. And it extends upward about40
inches to armpit height, forming a solid five-faced column ofg
8894 cubic inches. That is the actual pitching target. And eagy
cubic inch belongs to the pitcher."... Maybe if Rex Baroey
had known this he wouldn't have had so much trouble findingt
the strike zone.

Don't know exactly what to say about Bob Chrsteei
latest preedent-shattering action nto publicly identifying
and judges for the Graham-Glardello fight. To the extent -
he got a popular, unanimous decision out of it, the action --
a success. ut if there Is any sound point in keeping th-
Idenititles secret until the bell rings (and most people o
there is) the practice should not be tampered with. If t
isn't it should be abandoned. Are we to take it that the 4C-
ficials thus konered are the only ones the boxing comnmilulhr
has faith In? If so, why not let them work all fights to Ih
future? It seems to me Chritenberry is running the ring game
by whim... This works oat all right for the girls inuta g
Easter boanea buat it's a woak substitute for a firm intelga i
policy that demands ability and Integrity.

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CHAMPIONSH PROSPECT Okinawa, two-yea-bsod chestnut
daughter of Okinorl-OGlmmerlee, is held by the bridle by. little
but enthusiastic turfite Antonio (Totin) Angulzola Jr. following
her second cAkewalk victory In her only two starts to date. Oki-
nawa Is owned 'by wedltHy sportsman Don Antdnio Anguteola
and is a product of the large Anguizola brood farm In ChiriquL.



MIAMI BEACH.- Patting one little woed after
and whatever became of beck beer? In grandap's day i
one, two with sassafras in the spring tonic sweepetakes, The
talk down here that IBC's Jim Norris may lare Bay b
out of retirement to meet Kid Gavilan. If this materl
London won't be able to present Turpin-Humes as a
weight championship bout. John Galbreath owner of the
burgh Pirates, is in town Inspecting his arb Dan es
stable that is beginning to move up in class, by the way.
Kramer-Sedgman tennis match flopped here. Teod nmuche
tion from the dogs and Jal-alai which features night
WolIe Pep, who fights out of Tampa these days, i ss
reinstafIment in New York. At his peak the Conneetlent
was the most interesting of all modern boxers to' watch. eLW
his trade thoroughly.

George Widener's Battlefield had just won the Applet4
Handicap at refurbished Gulfstream, tying the track reci
and Joe Benjamin, the defunct lightweight, was reminded
the time he had race horses and Jack Dempsey outmanlpulate
him... "This was across the border in Tia Juana when J
Coffroth had a $100,000 purse the first such in the worl&
I guess. Dempsey had a horse named Dr. Wilson and I
one called Buddha. They figured close In the dope. Dem
wanted me 'to scratch for old time's sake but sentiment doe-
run that deep with me. My horse got left. was almost ent-
gletely turned around at the 1bff call.' in fact. and Demp-y1
orse galloped. I didn't find out until later that the isiuat
starter (he was handling my horse at the barrier) and Demn
were old friends and that it wasn't just a bad break that
got such a poor start. It's a big laugh when we talk it saOW
now but it wasn't funny that afternoon."

After a sluggish start down here Tony De Spirite,
year's jockey champion, came with a rush, indicating he1 94
in form and ready to take up where he left off when he
the record. It was odd to see him pass up the majer P5
tracks to ride at little Sunshine Park. This was ain 1I
Open golf champion defending his honors on a pitehb-1 t
course. But he's a contract rider and has te go wht e 1hb
races. Actually De Spiritd haa yet to prove himself i
company against Arcaro's, Atkinson. Longden9, et al. And
prospects are he won't be seen on the metropoltan itrau
year, either. Heading North today, he said he expected
of his riding would be done in New England again.

The Maxim-Nardico gate, announced at $31,717.25, sees
to have been tabulated by inflationary fingers. It was
$6,000 less. Guess who's down here wrestling? Old Primo -
nera. Years ago I saw him win on points from TOanmy oug
under a Miami moon in a dreary fight. It was one f
few legitimate fights .the amiable oat ever had. He was-i
vast and had such tremendous reach. Loughbran, ulg
by some 70 pounds, couldn't get close to him. "Besides," p s
the Philadelphia stylist, "he kept stepping on my feet." H
wood Bround, himself of massive mouseld, accompanied se
the fight and wrote a classic column. His thesis was that a.
Davids were too cocky and it was a healthy humbling i
to see the giants win once in awhile. Camrnera's now d

Alvin Handmacher has switched the women's was b,
finals, a $17,0 event up to now as a New Terk flai.,
Scrapple Town. Wei no longer get the big fights or Ohe
football games and now even the golfers are wealft g
i. Wha em ber when New Yoerk was the ea-tt. -
oWf nsor is oing boack to

oea Ratt~i.e Eearnautats$

to catch up with Es t Vines, s other ailal
pion, wbo to*' up golf with remarkable =sea&m.




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Army Secretary : RAF Jet 4

Ammuniinon As Tito
IAWRIDGE, gland, Mu.ch
is (UP) .- Two Brltls ios flfght-
r pate ots collided today and
atto Ti1 deaths while
WASHINGTN Let the people know te truth and te country is safe" AbrahamiP ncoln. a eittot o d s rth g h
WASHINGTONMarc"18'Up'!Wwatched at an W shO
The Army said as flatly as, watchd o a t in h hW
possible yesterday that the arm- rWENTY-EIGH',' YEAR. PANAMA, R. P., WE-'" DAY, MARCH 18, 193 V C Ha I An h Air Fe ff lrsh
adequate supply of ammunition.l _arin were their
Army Secretary Robert T. Stev gBrtlh "
ens made the unqualified state- ti.ess-i the Hro1tat
went in reply to a formal quesH- tlesooe were puL ug their
statwic B ie ef e St h t that
on posed in a House resolution F ve Hold Secret Session .
The question was: The Royal A rforee .t d
"At the present time, have the spectacular display,
armed forces in Korea an ade- supersonic aircraft, In h on
quate supply of ammunition and the ant -Krenimlin Yugoslav CI
weapons,oadequate food and l the ade-JrweoIn Y ul av n a
clothing?" visit here.
Stevens provided aronek N Srrn ra The weather was o
answer: "Yes." bad..The coming was only 1e
His report, however, di itted UNITED NATIONS. N.Y., Mar. of Indian Premier Jawaharlal "We should like to ask two cll members and Canada-dis- feet because of fog.
to clear up the conusioncastes 18 (UP) Representatives of the Nehru, said she hadnot been ap- questions of the Soviet represen- armament commission until Sept, A 4-plane Meteor formation
by apparently conradctory Big Five Security Council powers preached by any Russian butshe tatlve. We want no debater's an- 1, 1953. flashed over the field at nerby
timony on the ammunition siua- went into a secret session shortly was certain that she would be swer. We would prefer a consid- Duxford base. Two of the planes
tion. s rd t the House after 11 a.m. today In an effort nominated because "it has gone ered reply of the Soviet govern- touched wings In the maneuvers.
When it was readtothe, to agree upon a candidate to be too far not to have a nomna- meant. Tey crashed In laMes five
Armed Services Committee, Rep. secretary-general of the United tion." miles away.
ed thar t cEBnett ( ) not Nations. "It makes no difference who "1) Is this a time when the 80o- IDer
ed that it confirmed with the pal proposes you," Mrs. Pandit said viet government is ready to dimU. Tlito ad beeen. il at the
ow-famous report bRussian delegate Valerian A. "the point is who vetoes you."' cuss constructively the problem DiSerae Hb d badhse w d lin at e
James A. Van Fleet. Zorin refused to comment on re- Mrs. Pandit said Rau was "not of disarmament? ly as flames .sot M feet In.
dmo a'f"ohinkmalnteweaairHf o m-,.wre .c.kg.... .. .N.
"I don't think anything we ports that the Soviet Union was a well man" and added: artrom w nI iswchr a .. hs. ..a .
do here -hould he construed as reidy to recommend either Mrs. "He doesn't relish the job and, "2.) Is this (the U.N.) a forum Ilasat tou hls cuir, hk fMa -
white- nothing the lack of am- Viaya Lakshml Pandit or Sir to tell the truth, neither do I. It in which the Soviet government grAim. se w inhdha, 11i1stD The 'd A
munition." Bennett said as the Benegal N. Rau of India to suc- has no attraction for me, but I will negotiate with Its colleagues tOME, March 18 (UP) The The Air Foe informant said ar o Zisabeth it ac a
committee filed the report with ceed Trygve Lie, who resigned am available." to give tangible form t hat the
the House. without date last November. Guards closed the door on the Soviets say Is their policy of U. sav. Ntvy destroyer Olennonhant ship ForceLord Tedder and said:
tFv ectesnt10pasaved the Italian merchant ship "Please do not have any more." ... ..
Series or quetions Includ- I.1.t will become clear in the Big Five secret session at 11:07 peace?" Carlotta south of Bardinia yes- Please dospaot ae anymoree"
ng the one of ammunition sup-meeting." Zorin said as he en- a.m. Gross asked support for a 14- ter after racing to the The diply wacanceled soon .
olieq were rai;ed v Rep. Clareitered the session in the private Meanwhile, the General As- power resolution continuing the o erg ship n answer to a after, ust after Tto had stood
E. Hoffman R-Mih maf ter t he, office set aside for the president sembly's political committee 12-natlan9--the 11Security Coun- distress 31gnal, it was announced up again to salutewthe re ,
ll-fated Operation Smack" of the Security Council. heard U.S. delegate Ernest A. lst night. o pans as th
Korea. Gross initiate a debate on dlast- night.Tito of Yugoslava and r
Sen. Homer Ferguson (R- However, Mrs. Pandit said she armament by asking Russia The Carlottanister W stone Churhil
S d it as "available" for the ndH
Mich.) aidhismilit- was "available" for the post al- whether the new regime of Oeor-torm off the ardinia coast st
ration ubcmmittee will though she had "no desire to Mao talk a- Fro okolo erl yesterday morningsuffer- and amount of pthe st

reted p l investgatesia.gh BOOTA, 1 (UP) wes pe pr s athe ist Com
look nt report' that serou pose Pearson"-Canadlan exter- bout disarming, dtoak oMsP) eat, plrm e d up the distress sabethe st rmprh .
created especially to investigate sla. part, we shall not forsake those BOGOTA, March 18 (UP) west, plcged up the distress naoh- tue i Cr d
the ammunition. also olans to Mrs. Pandit, who is the sister who have been put under bond- Thirty small planes belonging to signal and loughed through dletats er t e reeo ldat
check on European stocks while age by foreign masters. members of the Aero Club o heavy seas. Beukingham Palace.
digging Into the problem n Ko- r "The Sovietovernment has Colombia will take off tomorrow
ren. r a talked much about peace. We from the Baba airport near Bo- The Glennon then spread oil After a busy day Tlto called at
Unofficial re po r ts indicate h IEo, hope that In Malenkov's recent gota on a goodwill flight to Pan- over the surface of the sea, to No. 10 Downing Street. Churchill
ortags in Eurone ma be speech the word'peacewas used ama. calm the wa enabling the was reported eager to hear h
worse than those described by Ias t is understood b t rest o ft Carlotta to eed under its s dothe m of Jos
Van Fleet. former 8th Army com- the world. There are many ways One of the ans ill potdeh d the
Shbe t to e ed by Dr. Rafael GomeHurtado power but steering by hand. the Io
wander in Korea. In which this can be pt to the ed by Dr. Raf ome Hurtdotain
Support Red test and disarmamenlTh one of manner of the newspaper 'I The Amei destroyer, gu d- ~ftlo v soaes aid bho
rthee best.. .lu the rletta by radar, as- urge the Wbst to co
Murdered Docker's CaptaiW R D. e Nickelson,1 s
iCross Fund, ylierdiay, reevedg Pla laaoo to OIO .
Operations. Amercan Red Cross, .Maa U.t 8, l a0,ar l visable. l t

s C FWhrRFhArTomorrow Hungry 770-Pound Herbert = am"
wih e home. vy e o len wat ook olem hur one ons for th e American Redl- t u
c'U ross for that area. g ,
EWad YORI. eMarch 18'e-d U) In f tha to area Ns Air t omnorrown b ungry ol pe ndrH er e d It eh e
The eight-year-old onof amur- Janeway's report I indicate s tedI Herbert
ter.d longshore boss was found the endorsement of the US. Art GRn, Marh 18 i ord M ito i mv
nharmed toav and police c my troops in Korea and Japan. (UP)- It's grand opening day iea s a
d o a eJaneway advises that as of Mar. Thursday for 24 sailors who ho
boy. 13 over $200,000 has been raised have been sealed in a submarine eser
The boy. Edward Hl ntz had for the American Red Cross and for two months.d. a kh d
leen fe n aruckin edh Aen- li canIseo and ol T ionim GreeTe.
been feared kdnpped. Police he states that these contributions They'll take their first breath o
said the boy had been found a- from men in Korea are most sig- of fresh air sine Jan. 19, when NEW YORK March 18 (UP)- Yesterday Herbert gave thenes in ..
eepniicant and stimulating. the Navyr setn- out tler
which V e home stimulating, the Navy set out to learn what Zoope solemnly hung a water one last kick with his flip- but was wary of nd t
Edward on d be inp hheo
victim of a kidnapping since dhis fined for long periods in a sub- Bronx Zoo today.ert w the most opude latheot
mother. Mrs. Mary Hintz Mn- elson reports that 06.14 has marine."Inpool erbertthe attraction at the zoo one offl-t crowd wh
ard, widow of Anthony Hintz been received and in the Antilles The answer a highly guard, frien4k walrus, was killed by a cel said. He was friendly by a- ed u thert
told police she had received sev- area $14,680.19 has been contrib- ed secret will hel prepare for thouhtles visitor who threw a tu, a favorite subject o
uted, making a total of 17,987.- ftm thought visitor whot av ec oal
ral te'.phone threats uted making a total of the dIy when atomic submarines rubber ball into the pool. The photographers, and had even LHeoshowedno
The threats came she said33 raised to date on miltar capable of staying under water ball w eaten. by Herbert and made a successful levislon do- d ig onc .
after she testified at the trial of posts in the Caribbean Co- ndeflnitely are launched. aed his death." but. min who gave
Joln "Cockeye" Dunn and Andy mand area. The 23 sllors and one officer cThis brief message wi stand Herbert's appetite washis hm =I
Shridan who were executed for Nilckelson and his. committee spent most of their time under- as a rie m a wi st a ee ular trait. He was lied and hrpge with uws in
kr husband's murder in 1949. representatives, Captain Mark W. going tests by psychologists and only memorial to wh atwathemostl tat rle an?% red
Mrs Clay, Navy, Colonel (Chaplain) only walrus In captivity in the still a baby at his death and kmlting lange.
Mrs. Minard. who recently re- Clay, Navy, Colonel (Chaplain) physicians. For relaxation, they United States and possibly the would have reached a matar6 be
married, said she feared her son W. J. Reiss, U.8. Army and Col. watched television, played games world. He breathed hislostye-te weht of 3,000 u vunds. He at
had been kidnapped or slain to Harry L. Waesche, Air Force, are or read.wrd.Herti sain -w. n
keep her from testifying In cur- most encouraged with results ob- One thing the men probably terday a victim of mankind.. On.of mackerel every d Clv nd
tainted locally and are confident n Dr. Leonard Goss, stantandgainedasmuchas50 poundo Th ee ,l-v .--nd
rent vtigatio or water- taed locally and are conf will never want to see or eat a- director and veterinarian at thena week. i01 r-- T:ei
front crime. 81z claimed to know the 100 per cent membership goal gain is cottage cheese. The high zoo, said Herbert apparently died His appetite became his undo'-
"all about the waterfrontfrom set willlbe achieved by the closefconcentrationofcarbondioxide of 'an intesnpAt ebtructloss inwhen he ml40ok the rultxlSe_ +
A-to-Z" of the campaign April 1. At a they've been breathing has caused b swallowing a small for a morsel of food.
Mrs. Minard said one of the meeting held yesterday It was caused them to develop an un- rubber ball that a zoo visitor The same mistake has bro T" In Protest
callers told her "your son will announced that several benefits controllable des i re forth threw Into hi pool last wek. death to many creatures at Aw l ELAN
be found in the river." She said were to be sponsored prior to the cheese. .atwo-year too, aid, ncldn
It's exp d t obtained fr loans ostriches, condor atbd Three lar".
yesterday morning, organizations of the Army, Navy will end that. Denmark in 1951. began to se sants.h u the woud m 1 h
Hintz was shot to death by and Air Force.hsarIn15.bgAto ofia sad ,
Wooks Gentile, another of Hlntz' funds derived from these bene-lH Balboa Tides abdareietoe t. a Im e younger
electric chair when he won an memberships, the 1953 Fund on T d M19dc t ws ibut edoubtedIf.any
Thurday,The doctor was hindered in could take th
11th-hour commutation to life military bases will be most suc- High Lowdi a teingtheIllnses s pcy H tohePel an.
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WESTERN FRONT, Morea. count them very close and when "Another It d"d of.
March 18 (UP) -A colonel spent they fell I couldn't be sure they the oolonnel In a he
last night hunting the unknown were dead."ley MI '
Negro soldier who had saved his With two belts of ammunition Th othr a s r. Wi-
battalion commander's life. wrapped around his body andrn Wm, Wash.
But the soldier didn't know he extra magazines inside his pock- a ma never sea
was a hero. ets, Stanley was posted as a lone before. .. ,
That's why Pvt. Courtney L guard In front of a bunker that
Stanley, 00, of Mansfield. Ia., was serving a'an emergency aid 0t
went back to the front unnotlc- station.
ed while the colonel scoured the Chnee from a estimated 1,. kept
mr areas. -a a force had
Stanley was r round n ittleofhh and w
Gibraltar where earl~ captured bunk of
he stood calmly above te Jaust & few et T 1
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lng to knock him off. ea & 9ayve the bunker," tide
Although slighty woundd "Every time oneofe
one of the many grades hu si-uek up his dead I shot at line. ? -" ".
ed by the Reds, Stanley never hliM
wavered. The
"Oh, I was scared aII ritU." 0s 9nag Negro saw a Hiet-
he said. "But I figured I dan't t e col tnelstruggling down a G
get them they w aold get me." blea wrN d him. mTh offer. ha

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