The Panama American


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


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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.

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
lcc - Newspaper
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Zonians AN DITORIAL Medinger On Se ive Serv

"P RU"t a" Draft Change:
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SSt, GoW e+f.rS. a d-I. Med insisted that the 56. --'.- g
K !. thir, 3 cent ras of pre-induction pity-
... 5.a- s notices maed out to a- WASHINGTON, March 19 (UP) "- Selective S.
itohem at thb nal Zone boys was eJust routine today
to iLnoai a.- ,t i Sots themSeJs th secure" and .di, not mean offcials ad today that the draft quot for the P
o el nt there would be any e amd Canal Zone will be raised fifty per cwt next
S 1ihaha udsb. .'e el inantg h A spokesman said the present quota of 30 men
bern takm easoi ther near utre.e, Ma- month will De raised to "about 45."
1 iut da Lsoe sf ahangT th Caloc He said he did not know whether this mwld marn
l o f e. M rIIinsis oe ed that the Ci;*,

S .Ico oa 'mt gn ,eaily be .at.ho ge pply of volunteers is drafting American residents or net bun that the local
o ios htn.o .Ud, nouietm director indhe Zone, A. C. Medinger could figur it o
orm the rhega. .moras.1 1pai ^ a^ U.1ta ta tmeanS Heretofore, the large number of oenteers'free
Sthreat" is- fe'+1 B n. *. it.a aiiega aliens, mostly West Indians, resid the Zer
-t ienfo .. h omenta 3ion r e-r however, aos filled the quote and made it unnqeemry to dralt
us. n net, o a Atricns the Z.-one. cn
r os *e t o rlb. ,S e m s,,taft na d able apsd uai he felt Amerl- The ofes lal ntqd that t he r
In charge im Irnee had '"Ived. More ~ e M re a in tb" ieii Au the Ca ntl.
el." i." one near 8 slss|te

fo t e d ,ate a q e _h lu t mber of u a 4,t. r
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?ppnartwih the P&maniU~au oMunlty, without
Offers ef tlve. inhis propoi to act
aSnyS I,-.on the revision of the I tre t h I at the gratedt
u.t r at aspiration of our people be atS o.

TheMaibuding Migs

Tnogemen* Ike Says

CWN He Can See

5O lKtti No Change

WASHINGTON, March 19 (1
- Prealdent Nienhower fa
day that rqent Soviet aX
saong of peaful Itntlons
wel omed by tb ountry to
extent t tttir
H maid vt V S
met half-way by hei ad
The Presldent.. at ha Tfou
news conference since takin
Ime, volonlerMed his op mnloi
recent attacks by RuslIan.
and Ib "iDIam.
re sam t far as
country is concerned. no I
pattern Of RussIan Intaft
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t rn Tr- c ur to Prior to that time they .
a p huars W I anoam Heurtema-regstr only f they made a
a tte. and thu wiv! or the aet to the United States. -.
awer ad .in the area meMbers iwho 1 e company-
s p tt inof the Pred Mrs. Anna Reid
_. ,n'fl^ow.from or-it The Presdet w chedled to Dies At Home
ri te sirben area. pour the fid ba of conrete Dies At Home
a Obuwvatory as id e ,tarl& o, S OnLon Isl An
aSr ha been separate i 0"O ng sland
,q the past 123 hours. Set- hihway, whih h adminofstr-
O. predlT the tre tion hopes to, pave all the way Word reached the rsthmus to.
continue The firearth down to Rio Hato. day by cable of the death of rU.
were io severe they Col. Rem6n is scheduled to Anna Reid, widow of the
M I h t observatory's ses- visit the COpta Rican border Harry L. Reid. at her home
during his three-day stay in Da- Oceanslde, Long Island, yee-
vid. Yesterday Dadid was said day.
rs J e to have taken on a festive mood Mr. and Mrs. Red left t
.rin preparation for the Prel.d- Isthmus in 1938 after his retire-
lt i: Ident's visit. meant from the Mechanical Dii-
The President and his party alo of the PanamA Canal. e
ake tremors will be guests of hdaor at sev- came to the Canal Zone in Ij4.
earthquake tremorsts receptions and a ball The Relds were residents ofat
on th Isthmus this .the Pacific Side.
,t about :20. _
0 b te Flares Topight Second Brush Fire
&'h 'Sded Again At Rio Hate Sweeps La Cresto

tr was about 210 be ss I BadIs week causedconcSrntorStesilde
bowa. In the 2 We E Eat of La cresta yesterday aft-r
tria A pnI@rpeseI in an. Aoon.
Yeetklpsf wa, urvey work be. Yesterday's blaze was at the
S.m Shaken uo p.od. ia t er- Opposite end of the hill from
I 'O~ida Galervey. ulast Friday's which brought &t
SiurinapB, Mar. An : Aa BeUverMaion e the Panama bomberosaW
Paramaribo had an ii tt rat ume to oed up homes near the
B k e12 whin tremors ae$t td i eI lise Enimbasy residence.
ty5a.m. today. They 4e* te eap-maNkera. Several sizeable trees cang0
a few second. ac- ; Flares droppedl Ia fire yesterday, and smoke b*e
y -repore a,lh$ la the Nate Area. lowed over Bella Vista.

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ed. NONIo IN ADVANCE 8 o I 70 s 2 V.'R2.
13 11 11MoNIMS IN ADVANCE .so. By Victor Riesel
we* LotWn raVANCnc 8i so0a hC We will be told there m ust I1 2 'a
be no nysterla over the aboot ""c
and it can be presumed that
tnese sober words will, in due g o
F time, reach Inside the hom..
S' I Lof the families of the young .." .'.$ '
atrmen who were machme "" II"
-o-- gunned and burned to death. 1rm
For these families, the sob. shrt"&1
The Mail Box is an open forum for readers of The Panama Amer- bing aches which come from I
loan. Letters are received gratefully and ore handled in a wholly confi- knLwing ail at once that& never
dential manner, again will one see a son, father, s-1
If yeou cotribute a letter don't be impatient it it doesn't appear the brother or husband will make .
mets day. Letters are published m the order received. It more difficult to be oold l ri
Please tryto keep the letters limited to one page length, and objective than it will be 4e.
Identity of letter writers is held in strictest confidence. for the rest of us.
This newspaper assures no responsibility for statements as opinions But as te rItusalan Air Force,
impressed in letters from readers. sometimes operating under
-zech Insignia, shoots down o th
our planes, the least we can on f ew t
CALiFORNIA AFICIONADO SAYS LOCAL CROWDS FAIL 00 il our delberateness is tota
TO UNDERSTAND SPIRIT OF B1'1-.1 IGHTING aLop shooting Into the Iron tor to a Gramm
Luitaln milAhary depots arsid
Pedro Miguel, C Z. factories the strategic and pre- "
81r: cision "Macmninery for Daleon-
kov' which turns out the new
The recent Corridas de Toros at the Plaza La Macarena have -remlers war craft.
occasioned rome critcism irom Nortai American residents in this hatss exactly what we and
arca. Principlly that bullightme. is cruel, bloody, and that the our allies are doing -en ad-
bill has no cnaice. Ve'v often. the ,ncient sport of "*bulldog- ing them, at ibis very min-
ging" and Its cousm "roping" are offered as standards of com- ute, some $10,500,000 worth, I Ng
parson by discerning Westerners. It is also mentioned that the of material marked for uas
back or brown bull of the casta" is by no means a match for by the entuay' war nAebIne.
his wily brother. the Brahma or Cebu. inasmuch as the Cebu Ils 'ois, In avruivon to the un- -t
supposed to use his eces v.hen he charges and the Spanish bull dreas of muho ns of dollars
his head after he has commenced his charge. There are several worth of non-strategic goods I l" af taO
miscomprehensions hc re. foods, medicines and e- 0
It is necessary to understand, first of all. that bullfighting quipmens. h at. t 1 .-
Is not. in actuality, a sport; but more of a tradition, a part of a Iniere is a law against such- la ,
way of Life. There is a great deal more to the understanding of shipment of strategic mater el t
the Fiesta Brava than "seeing a bull stucK!" its known as nme Battle Act. o Bl
The bull of the true castt' is bred not fol the use of his ILt says spcifically that no na-c rtotm
eyes or for his manner of charming or hooking his horns, iut lor toun aiaed uney our Mutual -
his enormous spirit and No other bull can compare security Administration pro- al E
with him in this characteristic. The Cebu is wily and can jump gram shall send "strategic ma-I de p I
high; but after he is wounded his spirit falls so that he has to terlel" to the enemy. in r ,
be goaded into attacking. Yet they are doing it. Right ....
The object of the "torero s to work as close as he can now. With our permission. I
towards the bull's teritorvy e. the horns. He accomplishes this And of all the iron Cmurt inei l e t g
by the dextrous use of cap-" and "muleta;" by the insertion of Irc3s,. the Czechs, whose Mligsq it
banderillas: sometimes by the picador, wno plants the vara in %ere the firs, to lire on Ai,..L a in there
the bulls withers to restrain the animal rom jumping. cian t, have received mot e ltnaw MS i o dW y n v yter it
All such procedures require great skill and knowledge. Taken any other Sovietized land, witn d w
in their proper order, they place the animal on the ground in the exception of Poland. oI t ler hd t' ii
the right position for the matador to work from his territory to Why are our allies dispatch- 6v BOaI IUIR ** ef or sid th
that of the bull. When the torero stands firm. and, by means ing this equipment -t hIf e s e 'By BOB-hUARKI *l la.dtM-
at his cape and sword makes pass after pass so that he brings Lo ging r*achsnes, rolling mill, .-- ser o m $~e b d t
the aztimal closer and closer to him, he is pitting his skill against equipment, ball and roller them o th
tam coArage of the bull. He also must be possessed of equal cour- b arangs specialzed testing de- NAROK Southern Masal, Kenya, East Africa- The thing about Hotlywoodin the bush Is that not, be
eI to e bcomphsh this. v ices and other sc.a am ee metal I am camped in some unprintable place or oth- it never quits being Holly'wooe, The dames all
When the bull ill no longer take the cape, he is dispatched worksto the ans now a er in the Mnal country, ostensibly to shoot buf wear the same darn glaf that they affect at srmat,4 ai. bt.f
as quickly as possible uv the use ot the "estoque. The neatness salting our men? talo but actaagy on tne lam from Metro-Gold- Hollywood and Vine; the men all seem to have iox se4e i' Rsllan troog
anO speed with whic e s done the wyn-Mayer. come straight from Cetral ing. They ha:ve 'oflaMd 1nM" Cueentir f
ne tored with whOlen thisone thrust falls andrt of the drepesaellre of Because we are gentlemen. M-G-M follow me around Africa-possibly not a ctain superiority, If they'd suddenly dim- every nghtdrin th two wei
attemptorero. Occasion the onally this become as and te gruescome and Because the Brh and ur word.the on purpose, but everywhere seem to light, here overed that leopards v on the river, and annond
bloody Occasionally this becomes a trifle gruesome and Because the Brt and the is the second company or the first company of that f ahill is actually a language. ... ,
bloody But if done correctly can be neat and adroit Freincli and the L .j and the something called Mogambo" with Clark an d h st ,l th
We can say that there are three items necessary to a Fiesta others told us they had "prior Ava and a Iew million electriciarA, grips, campl n AOC ATW
rva. 1. Excellent bulls. 2. Good towers. 3. An audience that co iments to te Soviet an Theyhireraftsof p6feson hunters
akJws something of the Art. An un-briefed crowd will never lands when we toldhe f managers, script people, directors, assistant di- teat the from the Lord knows what, since no ''he Ir
tribute to the sucpes of the fana. the passage of the Battle Act. rectors and odd followers. wild animal in hi right mind, save poTesibl a on baidk M .l 6ler-t e *.
the Plaa La Macarena we have had good toreros, an oc- So we waived the law.hyen, would p fyoit l t leu .. .,.re
onal good bull, and a too-noisy, un formed audience. The Columitmen t are commit- Hollywood has diovered Africa with a vengp- safari. h
"atic has not pervaded this atmosphere e ments in wester ivilation dance and has turned the dark continent into One of the h nt h now wr
or those who think that tre bull doesn't .have a chance I This proved how little we a resldenrce for h s
a iea' at e several phop recently published of- um. nderstanu the nadme of the Even tI 9t aninits,hlave become screen-struck sa that in the
Mi ho TrevLio, who were tossed. tn the la4 cor- emf g of tat h and someo'.t i e 8 have become slightly all Iwtih; M"wsr:

d e~ ail put topA11 ere,
to L Y4 Mal De ll to apart Of bad I uIT ufii^ the n e -w a ds. itrt el sawfldu
r i -eet?IGable-Gardner ep and I swear there'll be no stopped to a the w' tevert
Shave juststanding them once they've tasted the heady de- said that ano er be
MahClave juGst o n over the Ilghts of kileg-light living., a shooting an annual C r al t I-
K" / rd --S~lmnolnr e, detailedd list of what .." sent/IV- r
nd what will be dispatched There was a time when the camera was a Ing some 1,000 men. The onil dt
*ide whate w ll-be is pth d -novelty out here. and the odd native was del ht- They seemed to ha" had the d ls
_Answer to Previous Pzz* despite the shootings. ed to pose, dance, shake his spear and grin his glamor league,
AnCaro to linaou sssQ, M W |L| billed labor men who lead teeth for the fun of It. .. gi hi ga...mrlea'gue.
uth ro.lin. Moon r N c o oheven more informed machinistsAte
t is o a and technicians have just told ...Today the planes have been flyIng', filling rthe
o ._ .ou... I me the Russians would be Now the saddest hag in a manyatta wants five sky with noise, and heading In Ue general diree-,
MOIONTAL 3 For fear that .mpng without the Machines shJllings for baring her anqggle-t0th i what tiotih of the u MMsa River. da 0
303LOandL 3 pFor fear thatl~ NO A sor 'limping without the 'Machines she fondly supposes is a g andt males re- -Soon the hupumg rfg thebig truakewt
1-Sooth g behind other Iron Curtain tosapon the ocher an adusto the ostrich M--M painted on the'Mdewillm e pflounderin
Carn 5 al ff. = La Ni.[" We selected eso e speiai- .headdress until Suitable financial-.arrangements through the dungao,-alo Borm the plain, stir- "
produs tWe selected some special i n have been made with the headman, ring up dust and warlt ohll ot of the o lor enor lt 30 is_
much 6 Pronounced tems te rest are on a list n Hollywood has created a housing shortage In baboons. chastlt lt a
Itisne lu"be bias si fioe : the hanas of a Kenneth He Batn- Nairobi, with the hotels jammed, and an anpimal The languid ladles. with the base will climb to dell
S i tne er ias 3 N a 0eI son, Atdm Mistrator of thue Batri- shortage in the bush. You cannot expect a herd out of the cars, str ati, ad]U:1:elf lases, an .id=.ap g r
S of the 8 Cornish town N tie Administr, ation the Mutual Securi- of shy animals to hold still for an approxima- complldn bittetP ol f. lU the old nights, th w .
S3 i Sm thl o fi I ty AdmberinWistratshion, telephon e on of a OI housing development in the dank- noise and the .,I ',, i the sgtbe
SoS otacel out le, l. number in Washington te- east bush country. The animals bus:z offto Tan- happy hunting.. IW10t 1 lthaeY V ..'T
14 Parentless 10Demonstrative27 On the 48 Tendency Uin 3-6400 It would be fasci- ganyika or Uganda or some such. TX
15 Cours t pronoun sheltered side 50 Arrivals (ab.) noting for 40 or 50 Congress- t ere's one g A.
16 Withdraw II Alwicles 28 Scheme 51 Chick's call mentogth at Raadrd.I got nothing against Hollyood so long as it with a.nas'W.
17 Harden 12 Dirk 29 Malt 52 Girl's name t We into the Cngressonal Record stays home, but I resent it w nt gate between ari peop
s PrCet (ab.) 19 Capital of beverage 54 Asterisk We ound hnt France has me and a rhino.a off quit a P -pr s in a rath- lee
20Comas point South 31 Grafted (her.) 55Femalehorse Ialready sent $959,245 worth of I also get tired of explain that Iam not a or violent.
21 Father Carolina is 32 Promontory 56 German river tsdsp- Prii ed c of member of the cast of M nor even a poor It's n hpsome fuitiVe bac.
Sop kilns 33 Let it stand 57 Trial go ds-specifIcally, boring ma- relation of Mr. Gable. Somebody Ovn asked me from d l
I t .- s 2-Jumbled type 36 Russian 59 Rowing chines, valves, chemical equip- once if I were Frank Sinatra. Ippo I've lost ons, dri .S op ep to tke w
near the 22 Indosesian of Community implement m nt, compressors, electronic weight.l the old ogInait uutt.
center of Mindanao 39 Station (ab.) 60 Bind equipment, aluminum and ball
the state 24 Toward 41 Oriental porgy62 Artificial bearing to Czechoslovakia
3ITuelo9es 25 Health resort 44 PreposItion language Italy has freighted $840,000
Usro 2 Visit 4 vermont (ab.) 63 Steal wrth of rolin mill equipment WV

T dlBritain has deiverod $583,- "
Ekude chines, special metalworkipi MAN ABOUT TOWN
(var.) r r rollln mill machines, bal- Britain's Earl of LaRetm e*.)Fe a n

'cuau e vices, ball and roler bear- _...Myrna Dell is the 0ell he ohn Lildsay
SAuIgnst 1 Inp, special greases and oils, forget his ex-puiee-hop L~yzm....LIu Thta a a cverMon
(IP'noun nickel, and one blower to Romay and Jay Goud,. 3rd, blend in mid- d. .Al $5-

f ab re The Netherlands noved The Cou.ds. a e.. e sh bseemeaultimea e minks-a- "ng. ..
.aBistanter $240,000 worth of petroleumn ex- of Todd's eeOntty... g i-_ms aei n t e oanrmad..- )10 --
i land. No sense permitting the Horseshoe" glamag m middle.lded .
g Poles to run dry, you know, for the Srd time, h' wl UT Be,,."
g e fromn Il uenmark delivered to Russia Barnam-Bailey C r esad (TsAa- t cbl)
@pe Ie 1the spampa of China can move You don't have to blv It, b we 'olahe ,
more swiftly. And then the heard It with.our own u...Hap .ened last
Dan. laid the keel for a se. at the Stork bar..A 'bounced In
o Se end tanker to be delivered late ordered a scotcbnhad... lReahi g into its .
I this year. It placed a dollar on the has and '
$Gat Lddke We did ask these few NATO drink...".That'lI be $1.35," .516 the
......... du hlies to defer all deliverles of "Oh," oh'd the embl rraged kal io,

-._ ,f___ uese prohibme ited ms until an into a smaller pouch for .o-, ",,j
ventory could be taken and to leave the braildemo l
.. .. to. evaluated. They refused. kaigaroos here"... Ot eam-M
However, 60 other govern.- $1.25 a drlg EMS M my .
ents did Join with us and kangiroil --
ve sealed all leaks of arms, ""
munitions, war machinery and The Garry Mgeuh a ggae ggWMe ...
a tmic energy materials, withg ob O* 5*
Faltering Philip! no exceptions. Mr.
4Yet we are helpless to stop Sewtt so
the Bri-tish, French, Italians el01Mat
APs''r E i Msle IM" ".and the others, If we InsquIet
'and withdraw our foreign id, ed
wetJ.'woma"ur "dead rugs be m08 they will turn to the Russians.,IdM iM
Even now the Czechs -the Wet
m.,aI mmj le- bon Na me. hof the belligerent air force- the liem t e
P. & Clsewltheda. lam be rwb luel are offering the West a cool and
billion dollars in foreign trade, serMly..
And we have a twenty five bil- bght
lion dollar Investment in mill- sabMed wVle
tary defenses abroad. abase by
of wemust be cam, or somelax
0 011 4lmay be missing (the
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s)d Q Style. *ridgm (!-
NI.) and HUoiner Fergus -
weh.) who had complained

the late Presdent Rooevelt'a
Intepreter at the Yaita confer-
Dulm .oMntered that Bshla
was "la~Il to the adshintotration
In power n the past" n c-
ianrcih e with "the tradltltb of
the Ftrpign Service."
He said the 4-year-old career
diplomat would render the same
loa service to. the Republican
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bn To Tax Cut
the full Impact of the govern.
r ment's decontrol program il felt.
When this "great deal of com-
plaint" comes and there Is 'trou-
Sble,' Mr. tidsenower said. "we
must have Lhe faith aid courage
to stand by ourw nn all the way
through the capital and in the
However, the President Indl-
P cated he Is pleased generally
with price levels no far since
a controls were removed, and
1 praised business for Its "obvious
restraint" In raising prices.
Mr. Eisenhower -took one jab,
however, at Brazil In connection
with coffee prices which have
( risen since ceilings on coffee
and were removed.
aEnd "I do hope that this coffee
to thing that I hear about in this
e country is caused by our Brasil-
lan friends and not by our own
'*- retailers, our own importer, job-
g e bers and retailers," he said.
S LONDON, (UP) A new false
E stomach has been developed for
the use of actors playing
B its paunchy, Falstaff-type roles an
will be displayed at April's
.-. British Industries Fair..

wa"4 hi the- U '
wbe be. eIeu E-.Bd
his bainaiaen's
expect "trouble when of
these prices get somewhat out
of line and begin to hit the cost
of living index "
This was a clear prediction
that the government's retail
price thermometer will rise when

At Budget Price

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Why do so many young couples select their engage-
ment and wedding rings here? Because we have what
they want in style ... in price ... in selection. Credit
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HOLLYWOOD--INEA)- Be- sharing of her ind.-pendent'mo-
hind the Screen: Marlon Bran- vie, "Three for BedroQom ." "I! ,
do's making no bones about it-: should have known. bettr,t- she'
It's money-hungry producers confided. "Every time I bet M a
and "bubble-gum-wrapper" mo-, horse it loses."
vies that have left him with a 'TWaybe It would make money," '
bad taste in his mouth and areI she laughed, "it we retitled t,,
prompting him to quit pictures I 'Three-D for Bedroom .C.'"
after he complet,,s his next two.! *
6"The Wild One" and "Pal Joey." Peggy Dow, t he beauty,who
"I'm not going to knock Hol- turned her back on Hollywood to
lywood, because the town's been become wealthy Mrs. Walter
great to me," Brando told mc. Helmerich III of Tulsa, nixed a
"*But there's an atmosphere of'role In Wearners' "So Big" be-
money out here that's crippling. cause, the studio would' cme;
Movies aren't an art. It's all big across with a top-salary fl re.I
business and if an actor regardsI. But here's What a t oltown '
It as anything else, he's a dream- executive told me about peggy:
'or. "I doubt if her husband will
"I just can't take movie cen- ever let her come to Hollywood
sorshIp. An infection of simple for more than an occasional pic.1
everyday realism is absolutely ture. Unless the marriage dis-
not allowed in picture-making. solves, we won't be speh lg; eggy
"Hollywood's too money-hun- very often. Helmerich hates H0ol-
gry to put out pictures for adults! lywood and Hollywood people." -
only. As a result, we have to *
make films that children can| Now Hollywood can start wor-
see. I don't know, I'm not a psy-Irying about w h a t will happen
cho-sociologist, but the bubble- when the first prize-fight film is
gum-wrapper movies advanced given the 3-D treatment.
by Hollywood are embarrassing In t e s t s already conducted,
to a nation that's trying to de- it's been established that there
Velop a culture of its own." can be no fake blows. What looks!
like a solid punch in flat photo-
Okay, Marlon, we printed It. graphy, shows up as being Inch-
Now prepare for Hollywood's es away from the jaw in the!
fury! "depthies." Movie kings.will have
to take real punishment in ring as M I
Producer Jerry Wald must yarns, or turn over all their bat- -whme a
have been dreaming out loud tling to doubles who can take it.
when he announced he wanted "e t p im so o a W t
to team George Raft, Paul Muni i "We ought to puni Mm mso other Wa-4M 1* 'S
and Eddie Robinson as gang- RUTH MILLETT Says... in d, I c't enjoy these cowboys yelf
sters in "The Big" Glenn ...
Ford now has the role earmark- --- .
ed for Raft. and.)Wtnl, living In I ry the boss is an entirely dif- i
retirement in the San Fernando A man suggests that in the ferent. matter. .
valley, Isn't interested in a re- future it might be smarter flrr The woman who climbs to a
turn to the "Scartace" type of man can marry .the bQ5s' big job with her brains and a- -fRENOS
role. than to think about marry- ability isn't considered 6 "catch"
TARZAN JORGENSON9 Ing the boss' daughter. for a young man whose brains
Hollywood agents will stop at He claims that women. arel and ability haven't taken him
nothing. One of them learned proving themselves in executive, quite as far.
that Sol Lesser was casting a positions and thinks -thatr in "
jungle flicker about a female the future the boss' shoes wi11 Instead of being envied for
Tarzan and offered'to deliver have high heels more and more having the luck and good for- ..r
Christine Jorgenson. Sol wasn't often. Therefore, his advice. to tune to marry such a woman,
Interested...Alan Wilson's tell- young men is to marry the a young man Is actually pitied
*Ing about the boy who said to boss. I f he reaches up for a woman
his girl: "On our honeymoon I who has made a higher place
we'll go to Niagara Falls and see That may be practical advice, for he1relf than he has.
Marilyn Monroe."..: It will be but it isn't likely to appeal toi
leap-frog billing for Kirk Doug- young men. Her high place is quite all
las a n d Sylvana Mangano in Without any loss in pride a right it was iven to her by i
"The Odyssey." She'll 'have top man can marry tlhe bo s' her- f Ither. it qbe won is
billing in Europe, wi-th Kirk's daughter, fully expecting that on her own,. ris nfA0 w n
name on top in the U.8., by doing so, the rocky road to Id t prtty prt i One way to tell a gentleman
i ih. petty I .1 is One WILYto tell Lgentleman
success will be a ved high- how and l today e doent
8helley Winters, who wouldn't way so far as he Is concerned. to bes sly Ibth p Uf wt to jsj tomobyeh horn, Hi
diet while becoming a MiS1 IS '-Or he can "marry money," as on be1 te 'big 4 1 6'1the do 8 tUa Il tIho ersnH
~olnds and pounds overweight, the saying goes, and niot lose fa e d pc It.,ou tein.hi.s.o
...Lana T u r ne r and her ex, ace in the masculine world. he Pl out ui watin ar that
Steve Crane. had a long ae5sioh But for a young man to mar- The bc daughter the what a door bell Is for). He
a b o u t their daughter. Cheryl, bow':grl lA*idnthe,'Wat dorellI
and Steve agreed to Lana ta:- thy girl c"at play,6wn the doesn't Ue It to scare the wvts
Ing the youngster to Europe for adyatae thet have over their out of ei. And he does-
erollment in a school in SWItz- lJ huasbands t se the cr ahead
erollmnd at in aButnwhen a =rn light changes to
erland, Latin Americans se ei But the girl who ha* become lreen.
no possibility of i marriage be- a herself can't miiimise Tooting ur an
Latin adorer. Hits- liion forbids her' success nugsh to please a be bad Manners especially
divorce. He' bep separated from
hil wife for eit.-.l.years :
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A INGTON, 1 (UP) Igme states' ats 'Fun for a worthy cruse" Is
W Monr tw^ For K Is ^d t ehe password this weak at the
-u ap o o Repection of the nNaval Station, Coco 0Eol, as the
tfed- It owno .te station prepares for a gala
dto"oe d i r which will be held at Seaplane
..t Hangar 147. on Friday, March 30.
oCarn l trme i scheduled for

_"= Tt t" 5.ase9rteod the'ow-The profits derived from the
Scan M t ret- to the various charity organsza-
ad a we c m sation. A ara wio bn o te use f o eonl wo an
a ne41 t0nA prae- the 1ngp Ipn the eeha w e t
Snd al atspec- il Re The pluan p n heal up In the hanarB where patrons
o Mr. ad lonal approval 0 aitt t to of the carnival can try their luck
Mr. nd days afte:r.b habi t sd it as screen health I oil-! at 'blackjack." "over and under,"
Mr.. and p Vde4, ty. 3l chs en mecal'spin the wheel." and what have
a Mr.f and es i lgonu Lc.. you, to avail themselves of all
Tko o. Coleman, Mr. and The plan now e ao the en- C a, nla U e a kinds of amusement park food
sack G. Lennevle, Mr. and te whih is epepe to approve (R-meh.) t and refreshments.
C. B. Heitman Captain nakt week; Operations r called Captain L. L. Koepke, USN'
S S. Guy, Ml gt. John The plan is sollmr to one Dawson's claim t Commarzding Officer of the sta-
hak and Mrs. Har- *ch former President Truman Rep. Walter H. Jun.), tion, and Commander D. D. King,
a Mrs. Robert Lea lack, seateel tried to get through a physician who, e a re- USN. have consented to become
fBr. and Mrs. Norman A. O ut failed. cent AMA meiwe t a that the main attraction at the "8o-
th, r. was du e principally backed the PresMet pla, de- aking the Skipper" booth. At th
ea' 4 Oscru Ewhng, then o led there w mA "ttempt to booth, ladies and gents with good
'.- wbnld use the new de- bargain with the AI*t throwing arms can hit the target
i3 "ta str compulsory which will release the bucket of
wine, wife of e l tdiara t. o The House shouted .Daw- water on the skipper.
t Colonel Harvey Brown ed Con- son's amendment to e te Tickets are on sale this week
-o0$'o Kobbe, is eblit ine te the tieew medical podt. aboard the station for the draw-
Ai group of her panm- Lin- a t In adY e nthhe The new department would ing of the grand prize which will
I -roup oS p The .,new. dprmnwol
dqr the :Sph of CA- a a the overn- have control Of We U.S. Public take place during the dance.
I Zn e gue.p The ex- meant a m"hig h ah o anthe Health Service. Office iof dues- Hanear 147 at Coco Solo won't
it, hich includes portraits field ofme or anything ton, Food Drg dminsra- be a fit place for a seaplane on
Shunman interest pictures in else. Mon and the So E L t1t Ad- Priday night. but it will be the
and pastels, will remain The House acted after a flurry ministration. 6* All r under perfect spot for people who want
a u through March 27. of opposition, mostly from Dem- SA. to have fun and aid a worthy
p il "l ,s -invited to at- ocrats who objected lo the speed- In addition to the me io- cause at the some time at the
.. up procedpre, part, who would be I otg Navy Atlantic Charity Carnival
IL up reviewing the gova agent's and Dance.
:- ple eClub To Hold ,health and medl
o..Dinnern Invited. Admissn will be i another ad.lisoryI-oo t ee S2.i SPONGE
AANNOUNCD c n Mes cClub of the Bal- empts. Mul wl be '. iho would do the same ilthe ield IMIL ORD. Conn. (UP)--To,-
Cbe rch will. hold by the Canal Zonee Tr"Ubador of education. Ise McCarthy filed a $25;00
alboa .er on March Strig And. The plan provides that the damage suit, charging a hosol-
ar p.iz. i' 'tho Churc hheads of social security, public tal and three doctors with too
r, rlrW r.. CAAL Mseting health ,nd edat#n will be ap- much haste in an operation. She
All embers and pr 1tive The William ta r*rd Ow- pointed b, *the' regldent and said they left a sponge in her
nFane members are invited to attend. gas Society, C p1.the A- subject to to 411 nation. stomach.
Mta Dan. merican )avolutloB, a This Is mean the
11a is dilantv of r supper meeting at, 4 .uat retirement of.Altmey
tIr" Forces v eIhe home of Judor"Pulent, or pren sc urit
pabek- Layne Taylor, 58AM W~lkerZ;ve- m tra who as apppinted
Collorwan -of and Vill recount experiences Bul, Diabeo Height&* by the N8A admtlFtirator -
th1lter ,. ',e i re b. ooo lv.* and plVIsdons received dur- ..Mr.Hob, .leadiSt-
Cgntracts and lm"pecti onDivi lonof IhePMus -iln CEin her '-recent tour through eht in 8Ion cabinet meetings, alio
S. Aerts I be play is eve- Wouldhave to be confirmed by
**l*Reservatalbs must be made 11no ning 0 7;30 at the American the Senate which gave her its
oaai later ,tlrn ,4 yM ch 201, Legion Club in th Feort Ana- overwhelming endorsement to be
k r e a" 3P0eW aws Managser of t e.ral Pacific N M Vane Howard (Continued on se IUA chief.
jurdes VCorporation paim u a L &Hs. & herr.

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Leave you Ad with one of our Agents or our offices in No. 57 "I" Street PpW
No. 12,179 Central Ave. Col6n

Leais Service
No. 4 Tivoli Ave.-Phone 2-2291. and

Fourth of July Ave.-Phone 2-0441

Salon de Belleza Americano
No. 65 West 12Lb Street

CWntar bag Stir
1o Medlladui Ave-f-ae 35 0hb

Propagm4l SA.
Agencia lternacional de Pub cacionesreet tu
No. 3 Lottery PlaaM Phone 2-3199W Pg Sph

Household Automobiles
10R 5-LE:.Leoving country, must FOR SALE:-Oldsmobile 1949, duty
sell washing machine $100, Frigi- paid, perfect condition, many ex-
doire $75, Paintings, Piano $300, tras, hydramatic, wonderful buy.
small violn, aluminum stroller and Call Panama 3-4935 during office
basket, $12, child's table and 2 hours.
chairs $1, tricycle $8, youth bed FOR SALE:-'52 Ford Pick-up. Prac-
$12, dresser $8, couch with 3 pil- ticolly new. See at 350-E, Pedro
lows $20. House 170-D New Cris- Miguel.
toba. AfternooonlWE PAY CASH for used cars, & sell
FOR SALE:-Refrigerator, 25 cycle, on TERMS. Agencies Cosmos,
Call 83:2151 (PAD). Give me a Auto-Row 29, Tel. 2-4721, Pan-
price, cheap. ama.f
FOR SALE:-R.C.A. Electric ironer- FOR SALE:-1952 Ford, Customline,
very good condition, $45.00-Coll 4--door Sedan, Fordamatic, Per-
Gamboa 6-406. fect condition.-Call Balboa 1387
FOR SALE:-Philippine Rattan dining or Balboa 4448.
room set, table, 4 straight chairs FOR SALE:-Oldsmobile 1941, $300
and 2 master chairs, with custom cash, 4 doors, Can be seen under
made cushions. 9xl2 carpet with House 1074, La Boca. Contact
pod. All in excellent condition.- A. Meade after 6 p.m.
Call 82-4108 during working O dE f ter6
hours and 83-5182 after 5 P.M. FOR SALE:-1949 Studebaker Cam-
u meander 4-Door Sedan, Radio-heat-
#OR SALE:-Norge refrigerator, good er under-coated seat covers. Re-
condition, $60.00. Telephone 83- cently over hauled, $1.]00.00, can
6260, Curundu. be financed. Qrt's D-20-C Locono.
SALE:- 3-8 foot screens and Telephone 3138.
1.61' foot screen $20.00. 4 Vene- FOR SALE:-Plymouth 1950. Duty
tian Blinds 35" by 5 feet $20.00. Paid Radio. Many Extras-Kelvi-
Call 2-3310, Balbooa. noator Refrigerator.-Tel. 3-0848.
FOR SALE: Kelvinotor Refrigerator FOR SALE:-1949 Ford, 2-door z6-
almost new. Pye table rodio, Sim- dan, Black, excellent mechanical
Inons steel Jied with mattress, din- condition. Can be financed- Call
b Ing table. 4 choirs; all for $450.00. 83-4196 after 4 p.m. Call 83-
Coll Pmh. 3-4024 after 5 p.m. 5280. Can be seen at Qtrs., 524-B
W Curundu Hats.
W ANTED FOR SALE: 1952 Plymouth, will

WANTED: B: y responsible couple
without children, house or apart-
oient. two or three bed-rooms in
Congrejo, Bella Vista, Vista Alegre.
or Golf Heights. Call Panama 3-
4702 between 7:00 and 9:00 p m
WANTED TO BUY--Smooth tires,
suitable for reconstructing. Recons-
tructora Nacoonal, S A. No. 7.
Peru Avenue, telephone 2-0406.
Responsible American couple. no chil-
dren. desire apartment or small
house, preferably unfurnished. Call
A-3212 or drop a card to Box 612
WANTED:-Apartment with modern
equipment. 2 bedrooms, bathroom.
kitchen, kichenette. Phone B. W.
Peal. room 3 MKotel Interne-
tional. .. -
1gi1t-1 1sd advanced s- tu0denh.-
PNler Clasical.
Tel. 2.1282.

Boats & Motors
BOAT FOR SALE-..(Amnber) 25'.
Located at Diablo Sea Scout Dock
Demonstration given Saturday from
1400 to 1600. Price $7.75.
2 to 4 p.m. Price $7,75.
FOR SALE:-New 14 ft. plywood
runabout. 5 ft. beam trial round
Only good for 25 HP motor. Call
6-492 .

en. Wh ck

Reviews School's

The Balboa High School ROTC
battallmn was reviewed yesterday
IO Major General L. J. Whitlock
Commanding General. United
States Army Caribbean.
During the ceremony, which
took place at Balboa Stadium at
11:15 a.m., General Whitlock pin-
nod a streamer on the guide-on
of Company "A," which has been
the outstanding company during
the past six Weeks. Cadet Cap-
tain Tom Grlmison Is company
commander of "A" company.
2 the reviewing party, besides
General WhitloCt, were Captain
S Earl J. WilsOn, PM T, Canal
S Zone and Captain Robert Leh-
man, aide to the General.

Commander of the ROTC
troops was Cadet Lt. Colonel
William Derr. whose staff was
composed of Cadets Majors Pat
Hutchings and Williap Dawson,
and Cadet Captain Fred Schrae-
dir, Adjutant.

Cadet Captain Grim lon of
Company "A" was accompanied
by Honorary Captain Joyce
Gardner in the review. Company
"B" was led by Cadet Captain
LenOle Gunn, accompanied by
Honorary Captain Jaoque McCoy.
Company "C" Is headed by Cadet
Captain Donald Tribe and Hon-
orary Captain Arlene Schmldt.
Cadet Sergeant Paul Smith.
winner of the recent individual
competition of the ROTC mem-
bers, was standard bearer loi
General Whitlock.

trade or sell outright. Coall 82-
4152. 5:30 7:30 p. m. Mr,
FOR SALE: 1950, "76" Oldsmobile,
straight drive. 2 door sedan. Good
condition. See Platt at Bldg. No.
400 Outrider Machine Shop, phone
3319. $1 400 or the best offer.
FOR SALE -Pont;ac 51 2-door
Sedan. Cheap. House 615-B, Co-
FOR SALE -1948 Hudson 4 door
Sedan, radio, seat covers. Best of-
fer over $600 accepted.-Panama
FOR SALE: 1950 Dodge Cornet Club
Coupe, excellent condition. 17,000
miles. Priced for immediate sale
may be financed-Call Balboa 2-
3269 or may Se seen at House
1524-E Govilan Area, Balboa. -

Position Offere';
I need two former direct .;43u4
for port-time work, eveniigL. Pre-
for former Insurance, -ncyclpe--
dia. sterling silver, or cookware
salesmen. Excellent remuneration.
No deliveries or collections. Write
to S. S. Box 134, Panama.
WANTED -Male. bilingual clerk for
steamship office. Only experienced
need apply. References ropulred.
Phone Bal. 2686 for appointment.
FISHING COMPANY offers job to
Samrnbitious man from 25 to 40 Yrs.
old. must speak and write English
and Spanish for combined plant
and office work. Must have know-
ledge in Accounting and hove Dr,v-
ers License. Permanera position.
Apply Congelodora Panamedia S.A
By the "Club Ch.quito", Bellaeista
PERSONAL:-Persons taking fishing
poles, equipment by mistake from
Balboa dock March 6 kindly con-
tact Charles J Holmes 6-406

Mrs. Doris Caddie
Dies After Long
Illness At Home
Mrs. Doris Brown Caddie, a
former employee of the Panama
City telephone exchange, died
last night at her home after a
lingering illness which kept her
bed-ridden for some 15 months.
She was 41 years old.

Funeral services have been
scheduled for the St John Bap-
tiste de la Salle Church In Rio
Abaj at 4 p.m.- Burial will follow
in the Jardin de Paz Cemetery.
At first the funeral services had
been scheduled for St. Vincent
de Paul's Church.
Mrs. Cadlde is survived by her
mother Mrs. K. Brown of La Bo-
ca and other relatives,


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55 Vie a le, etrame. e- t
Cresrt. Phone 3-5411. Hours
12 A. M., 2-6 P. M.
ponsored by Hotel El PeMam.s-Ap
3-4-5. Last trip of the seem, (ml
due end of April),
3 full days of interest, fun? Lea
Friday April 3rd., 7:30 a.m. 'Retu
late Sunday, April 5th. Fishi
through the Pearl Islands, visit
with the primitive Choco Indial
spearing crocodiles, cruising up Sar
bu river aboard El Panamia Pescad
ra. Bring old clothes, camfortab
shoes. and DON'T FORGET YOt
CAMERA. 3 Glorious Days. $45.1
each person. For reservations pho
Panomi 3-1660 or see your TraO

one way $85, round trip 135 (15
day-limit), $169.00, good one yar;
to LOS ANGELES, one way, $149.15.
mund trip, $252.35. 90
Pam D oi So vice 36 Avealde
Necionel (Autemobile Raw). Tel.
Peanme 2-1655.
Medical CUlae
Central Avenue K Strt comer
Telephone 2-3479, Peemi.
Migceflanein s
FOR SALE:-Baby Grand Paino. rea-
sonable price. 9072 New Cristobal
9th. St. Tel. 1296.
FOR SALE:- Doberman Pinscher
pups. Two months old. Male. Tale-
phone Balboa 2915.
FOR SALE:-Diamond Platinum ring,
center stone three quarters carat,
two boggettf and 12 six point
stones. Diamond Gruen wrist watch
with diamond band 14-K white
gold. Both valued at $1.350.00.
Selling for $500.00. Call 83-4196
or 83-5280.
FOR SALE -Piano Upright Grand
(Medium Sizet $180.00, youth
bed, stroller. 3-Pc. Livingrqom set.
Telephone No. 916. Col6n.

FOR SALE'r-New Gonset tri-bond
S.converter with mountmg bracket
and noise clipper $35.00. KZ5AD,
Coco Solo phone 659.
FOR SALE:-2 cash registers, 2 add-
ing machines. 2 safes in perfect
conditions. "Apartado" 630, Tele-
phone 811. Col6n.
FOR SALE:-7-up at "Refrescas Tra-
picaJes" announces home delivery
service for all Canal Zone Army
and Navy families effective March
23rd. 1953. Pease place your or-
der by calling Panama 3-0996.

Gen. Mark Clark
On French Front
In Indo-China

SAION, Indo-Chlna. March
19, (UP_ Gen. Mark Clark,
United Nations Far East Com-
mander, arrived here by air today
for a four-day visit that will in-
clude Inspections of French bat-
tle positions.
Clark's personal plane, a U.S.
Air Force Constellation, brought
him from Tokyo by way of Clark
Air Force base In the Philippines.

PIO School
Will Graduate
13 Students
The second Information and
Education and Publ Informa-
tion class of The USARCARIB
School, Fort Gulick, cOmposed of
3 students, will be graduated
Captain Gordon 0. Andrews,
P u b II c Information Officer,
United StatesArmy Caribbean,
will be the guest speaker.

Joseph Johnson
Will Be Buried
Tomorrow At 4 PM
Burial of Joseph B. Johnson,
who died suddenly at his home
Tuesday night, has been schedul-
ed for tomorrow afternoon at 4
o'clock in the Herrera Cemetery.

HiL body will lie in s
Future Hope Lodge 1
Ing at 3 p.m. At the tim
he was a member of
Success Lodge.


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NEW YORK, March 19.-If Ferris Fain won
the American League batting crown last year after
a wretched start, what will he do this season at the
rate he's been belting the ball in the Grapefruit
In 1952, as a member of the Tom Simpson stopped the St.
Philadelphia A'3, Fain went 0- Louis Browns with two hits in
for-21 before collecting his first the last four innings as the Chi-
hit of the season. Still, he wound cago Cubs won, 5-4.
up with his second straight bat- Walt Dropo and rookies Jake
ting championship. Crawford and Keith Little hit
So far this spring, the stocky 1 home runs in helping the Tigers
first baseman who was traded to to their seventh straight victory
the Chicago White Sox during over a Natioral League team.
the winter has rapped 14 hits in The first two homers were a-
25 times at bat for a .560 aver- against little Harvey Haddix of
age. Fain walloped his first the Cards, while Little's came
spring exhibition homer and two off Cliff
-singles yesterday as the White
Sox bri-t Los Angeles of the Pa- The Cleveland Indians jump-
cific Coast League, 12-9. ed on big Jim Hearn for 11 hits
There, may be many who ar- and all their 10 runs in the first
gue that exhibition hitting is lit- three innings to beat the Giants
tie more than exercise and bat- for the fourth time in six games.
ting championships must be won Lemon, who was wild in his first
during the 154-game regular sea- i start last week, had good control
son, but there can be little doubt and yielded only ona run yes-
that Fain is in good shape for a !terday. Clint Hartung hit a
crack at ra third straight Amer- Giant homer, while Al Corwin
lcan Le.ague crown. i was holding Cleveland scoreless
Several top-flight pitching for the last five innings.
performances featured yester- Bob Ramazzotti's bases-loaded
day's exhibition games. Dick single in the ninth inning en-
Marlowe and Dave Madison al- abled the Cubs to edge the
lowed only six hits between Browns. Bill Serena hit two Chi-
them as the Detroit Tigers cago homers, while, starting
blanked the St. Louis Cardinal, pitcher Paul Minner contributed
5-0; veteran Johnny Sain pitce- another.
ed four hitless innings rs the The Cincinnati Reds jumped
New York Yankees beat the on lefty Bill Henry for four runs
Boston-Milwaukee Braves, 5-3; in the sixth inning and made
Bbb Lemon pitched a two-hit, them stand up for a 4-3 victory
three-inning stint in the Cleve- over thq Boston Red Sox. Ted
land Indians' 10-6 triumph over Kluszewski's two-run double was
the New York Giants, and rookie the big blow in the inning.

Pabst Eliminates Powells;

Can Clinch Crown Tonight

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THE STANDINGS 1952, stands in the way of a pen-
Atlantic Twilight Baseball nant for Pabst.
W L Pet. Two right-hand throw er s,
Pabst 7 3 .700 Jackie Pescod for Pabst and
Dodge 6 3 .666 Tommy Hughes for Dodge, will
Powells 6 4 .600 face each other in this crucial
,-- contest. However, both managers
Tuesday's Results have made it clear that they will
Pabst 3, Powells 0 not hesitate to throw everything
Tonight's Game they have at wrapping up this
Pabst vs. Dodge one. A Dodge win would give
---- them the second half crown and
Noel Gibson twirled his tenth force Pabst to play them in a
win of the 1953 Atlantic Twi- three game series for the pen-
light season Tuesday night and nant.
wielded a neat two hit perfor- PABST
mance in blanking Powells, 3-0, ab r h po a e
eliminating the latter from the Hall lb 3 1 2 7 0 1
three-way tie that existed at the Swearingen c 3 1 1. 8 1 0
end of the second half of play. Gibson p 4 0 1 0.' 0
The third party of the triple Alberga rf 4 0 2 0 0 0
deadlock, Dodge V-8. drew a bye Hale ef 3 0 P 1 0 0
and will meet Pabst tonight to Dedeaux ss 3 1 1 1 ,0
determine the winner of the sec- Wiech If 2 0 0 0 0
ond half. Conover 3b 2 0 1 2 0 0
Lloyd Alberga and Pabst play- Pescod 2b 3 0 0 2 3 O
Ing-manager Bucky Hall shared --- -- :-
hitting honors, each contribut- 27 3 8 21 7 I
ing two hits to the winning
rause. Alberga's two-for-four '
boosted his batting average to POWELLS
.352 and placed .him second in ab r h po a e
the loop, displacing Powell's SManning 2b 2 0 0 6 1 0
Vince Ridge, who went none for Smith cf 3 0 0 0 0 0
three, from that spot. Highley If 3 0 0 1 0 0
Pabst Win Tonight Would End Ridge ss 3 0 0 3 2 2
Atlantic Twi-Loop Race Dolan,'lb 3 0 1 5 1 0
Tonight Mt. Hope Stadium will Chappel rf 3 0 0 1 0 0
be the scene of the second game Thomas c 2 0 0 5 3 0
of the ".udden-death" playoff Orvis 3b 1 0 0 0 0 2
series that will decide the win- Bowers p 0 0 0 0 0 0
ners of the second hall. A Pabst IDockery p 2 0 1 0 2 0
win would end it all, giving the
Blue Ribbon Boys a clean sweep 22 0 2 21 9 4
Of the 1953 events. Pabst came
out winner of-the first half and & .LA. l
was one of the three teams 8am1 oa0 lYlI8UOIHl
deadlocked for the second half
honors. Tuesday night's victory 'Sioll TA.M--n-Am n
displaced Powells, and now only JllUMll IOU I llI
Dodge, defending champs of S M arc 2
*.. Scheduled March 28

The Anunal Invitational Soft-
ball Tournament at Gamboa will
be held this year on Saturday,
March 28. The tournament is
under the direction of the Phy-
deical Education and Recreation
The eight teams which have
accepted the invitation are:
Albrook Field, composed of an
all star picked from their base
Intramural teams.
Elks, with a little hitting they
should stay in the fight.
7461 at Signal, will hold their
own if they can get a little
Old colony, a team sponsored
by Tagaropulos of Colon, the op-
position will get plenty offight
from this team.
Firemen's Insurance, the win-
ners last year, are due to be right
back up there this year.
C.A.A., a good ball club, lacks a
Little at the plate, but will be
370th Shore Battalion of Fort
+ ~ Davis, much improved over last
Gibraltar Life Insurance, a well
balanced team from CrIstobal
that could go all the way with a
The parings in this single eli-
rinlation tournament was decid-
ed by drawing.
S REE OF A KIND-The They are:
Philadelphia Athletics are three Albrok Field plays Elks on
deep In catchers commencing Field One at 9 a.m.
pring trainingdrills at West 7481 at Signal meets Old Cob-
Palm Beach, Fla. Lined upBR FIeld 2 at 9 a.m.
teare, top to bottom, Ray Imaley at t
liurray, rookie Neal Watling. Fin-'g inthese gnmeu ,
Sand Joe Asme Cth. (NAA)A.
Ja Sid. Joe AAtI. (N__A) .o Fldd One. th Shore Bat-
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Chevies Tonight

In 'Big' Game

Balboa High School 6 2 .750 -
Gibraltar ......... 4 2 .667 1
La Atraccion ...... 2 5 .375 3
Balboa Brewers ... 2 4 .333 3
Chevies .......... 2 4 .333 3
Gibraltar Life's hopes will rest
on tonight's game when they
meet the Chevies at Balboa Sta-
dium. A win will give them a
fighting chance for first place. A
loss would put them out of the
race entirely and give Balboa'
High School the right to play the
Chevies for the championship.
The Chevies may not have the
hitting Gibraltar does, but in
Larrinaga they certainly have
the edge on pitching. However,
if Noel Gibson should take the
mound against the Chevies to-
night, the Chevieq will have to
show their best form to beat
If Gibraltar wins this game
they will also have to win their
next game in order to gain a tie
for first In this half. Balboa High
School sits back and takes it
Dance tickets are still on
sale and any baseball player
will be glad to oblige you. Free
beer, dancing, entertainment
and prizes are offered-all for
only one buck.

Pacific Softball


Team Standings 2nd Half
Team W L Pet.
Firemen's Insurance 5 0 1.000
Elks 3 2 .600
CAA 2 3 .400
Pan Liquido 2 3 .400
Baxter's 1 5 .167
Yesterday's Result
Elks 12, Baxter's 6
Today's Game
Pan Liquido vs. CAA
Yesterday afternoon the Elks
edged closer toward the league
leaders, Firemen's Insurance,
when they defeated Baxter's
Transporters twelve to six.
Baxter's being first up started
the Initial inning by crossing the
plate with the first two men up
on a walk to Hinz and a solid
triple by Bob Medinger. They fell
by the wayside however, when
te Elks came up with four runs
in their nalf of the first. The
Elkmen iced the game with four
more tallies in the fourth, two
in the fifth and two in the sixth.
To their original two runs in
the first, Batxer's added two in
the top of the fifth, one in each
the sixth and seventh.
91 Muller was on the mound
fr the Elks, was credited with
the win but gave up nine base
hits and five free. passes.
Al Miller, back. from a few
weeks aosence, went the dis-
tance for Baxters and was res-
ponsible for eleven safties and
seven walks.
Charlie Rager, batting in the
number two spot, usually oc-
cupied by Larry Chance, smash-
ed a clean four-bagger to deep
left center in the first frame
with none on.
Lefty McGlade led Baxter's at
bat with three for four tries.
Fritz Cheney, still a bit under
the wVather, did not have to
take over the mound, but oc-
cupied the initalM sack for the
entire game.
The box score:

Hinz, cf
Medinger, rf
McGlade, 0.,
McGlade, J.,
Herring, if
Anderson, 1b
Carlin, ss
Correa, 3b
Miller, p

Muller, p
Rager, 3b
Hale, ss
Soyster, cf
Lane, c
Roberto, 2b
Herrington, i
Coffey, If
Cheney, lb

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a 3 0 0
2b 4 3 1
4 1 0
3 1 0
2 0 1
3 1 1
2 1 1
27 9 6
5 1 1
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4 2 1
4 1 2
4 2 2
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Score by Innings
Baxter's 200 021 1- 6
Elks 400 422 x-12

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Indiana res NCAACrown

In 69-68 ler Over Kansas

HALLANDALE, Fla.-A handsome 3-year-old Tribe was co-
favorite in the Fountain of Youth Handicap here at GulfstreSm
Park Wednesday and won by better than two lenghts and there
was a sharp cry of Jubilation as winning ticket holders turned
away from the track to line up In front of payoff windows.
Only a few people in the crowded stands, knowing horsemen
and sports writers in the press box who followed the race through
binoculars, were aware that a tragedy had occurred. Some 70
yards from home the brown colt was seen to falter and change
stride slightly, yet he held on well enough in what must have ap-
peared to the lay man as a conventional finish.
But this was a dead game young thoroughbred and he was
running what may be his last race and he was winning on three
legs, and by the time he was being led off the track, limping in
great agony,, the lines in front of the windows had lengthened,
and you heard such exultant comments as:
"I made the bum my best bet of the day."
"I figured he'd win off by himself, but I guess they didn't
want to make it look too good." ".
"Them other horses were coming him at the finish, but I
guess you are right. They don't want to hurt theprlce."
All horses know is to run. They are-schooled to leap out ofq
a starting gate and keep running until the race is ended. A
broken leg won't stop them; they'll keep going until they coMapse,
or are pulled up. They invest the term thoroughbred with a
dignity which onien shames the human race.

Racing is replete with Incidenta of high heroism an4 lofty
gallantry, isolated little chapters of emotldiik darama that stand
out so glowingly in a sport that has much that is tawdry and vici-
ous to answer zor i its over-all character, a sport tha4 owes Its
public appeal almost, wnolly to human gred and avarie*.
Tribe was not the first, nor will bbe the .It
thoroughbred family to run until he la l!%ed up or M
stops, unmindful oi searing pain or sickenitg fracture Th.l e
must be thousands of New Yorkers atilla Mound Who remember
the day Dark Secret collapsed a few yards beyond the fnish lIne
after winning the Jockey Club Gold Cup.
.This may have been the most crageous eaibition a
thoroughbred ever gave on a metropolitan trlck, for Dark Secnet
snapped a foreleg much earlier In the running than Trbe and,
of course, had much farther to run on thee legs. But he kept In
stride, or as close to it as the terrible torture permitted, until he
got safely home and the boy eased the reins. Then he toppled
There have been others that followed their dedicated, monas-
tic destiny to the end of the race qr life Itself in much the same
way, Black Gold, whose body Is buried In the Infield of a New
Orleans track, Broadway Limited a son of Man o' War, who never
got much chance to prove h value as a $6w,000 yearling; Gusto,
Chase Me and an animal cauid e1anthus.
They tell a story about H0ivathus that illustrates the resolu-
tion and 'courage of the thorkugbred. He fell and broke a lI
and as the ambulance moved down the track to pick him u0n pe-
ple crowded on to the racing strip, and th starter sounded an
electric warning bell to drive the- out of t-e way.
This horse knew only one bell, the starting bell, so despite
the monstrous pain he gave e mighty leap the instant the bell
sounded, partially cleared (he aide wall of the ambulance and
fell back on the track, breaking his neck.

This was only a $15,000 ie Tribe w nnng in. It was to
be his last start before next,week's $100 Plorida Derby.' The
extent of the injury was not lmmediateli known but he won't
run here again and he won't be ready ft.ihe big one In Kne
tucky, and Indeed, he may never run against
One of the colts he beAt on three loe was Royal Bay GOem
who ran second to Btraight Face in the FlaMingo down here. As
in the Flamingo, Gene Constantin's black ctt was closing fast In
the mile aqd 16th test. He was 13th at U* half and eighth as
they turned for home, yet lost the place by no more than a nod
of the head. He looks more and more a solid Kentucky Derby
You can forget Laffano, rated next tp Native Dancer, se
best prospective 3-year-old. They ran him In blinkers yetea
and he got nothing, losing f the third time n three starts.
Chances are he won't even ship to Louisville. And a few mo-
ments ago word came'to me that\Ben Jones' Chanlea. Santa Anita
Derby winner, suffered a quarter crack and If thbi Is so he's out
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m In the tourney finals. The 6-foot, 11-Inch star popped In 21
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TOMSfTB iON t deri r SAC 5 0TT, starred o0at the plate lor the
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Team Tta 1V9 Now:Yok andC C13- E, 3 te* ladnCat
hav-j". on&- A@O. Mg ,oi 2 Sbr.aMx:F S meet
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Sitch MO te eoeleo -- .Shwarrook chucking for Sears
S.00 7 -5th- sitewbelming iaetor Testerday's Results and. happy Feeney n the
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t tf.i .tele.isa-. .ad ad e It a one- Sears vs. AFOR FINEMN
t.a tas Thes miremn's team edged. the Huddleston, 2b 3 0 1 1 1
e epht- Liooln Liters 3-2 yesterday at Towgend,3f 30 0 0 0
virs;p-r ale l edM ples to Pacific Little League ParkIn a Webb, 6 2 2 10 1
t t Qe b e tthrte at w e 'o. F teast m1m0t1s eeret D an l n o the Firem8 -Terry. 3 1 2 0 1
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t rna lata te a were fed continue hitsu, strikin out nine and was Price, If 1 0 0 1 0
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at th ftio for Ralsph."Perks" Parker went 24 3 18 7
Shm the way for the IMer, long h- s
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Hamadan Grotto

)onates Trophies

For 2 Races Friday
The Ramadan Grotto ll a-
ward trophies to the winters of
he special 5-yard free tyle
events for boys and irl in tl*
14-year age group at the Gam-n-
boa Civil Council Swim Meet
tomorrow. The entry list for
this meet Is increasing each day.
The Hamadan Grotto events
will find the Canal Zone's fastest
thirteen and fourteen year old
swimmers competing for the tro-
phies. In the girls' event, it will
be a battle to the finish as such
outstanding young swimmers a
Camille Ellis, Sally Smyser, Sue
Curdts and Marie Eberenz from
the Pacific Side plus a number of
entries from the Gold Coast vie
for the first place award.
At the present time, Larry Ble-
gel. National Junior Olympic
champ appears to be the favorite
to cop the trophy in the boys' UN
event. However, it is certain that cli,
Siegel will have plenty of corn- tlv
petition, particularly if Bob Con- Va
nor, Canal Zone distance chain- fas
pinl, elects to take a crack at ter
the shorter events.
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plenty of action for all swimming -
lan, will St underway at 7:30 -
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120 US Doctors

Seek UN Probe

Of Red Charges

NEW YORK, March 19 (UP)-
A group of 120 prominent Amer-
ican doctors has asked the Unit-1
ed Nations to investigate Soviet
charges against nine physicians
facing trial in Moscow for mur-
der or attempted murder of high
Communist officials.
A petition urging the Investi-
gation was dispatched yesterday
to U.N. Secretary General Trygve
Lie by Dr. Bela Schick, discover-
er of the Schick test for dip-
theria, and Dr. Paul Klemperer, a
noted pathologist. i
signatures of more than 120




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West German CommunistsRio

During Europ e an Army Debate

doctors of all religious faiths
signed the petition. BONN, Germany. March 19 -
iUP thousands of rioting
It pointed out the six Jewish Communists today battled police |
and three Gentile doctors had outside West Germany's barbed-
been accused of exploiting their w i r e barricaded parliament
status as physicians to commit building as Chancellor Konrad
crimes on the "instigation" of Adenauer pressed for ratifica-'
the American joint distribution tion of the European Army pact.
committee, a non-nartisan Jew- Reinforced police stood off the.
Ish relief organization. Communist demonstrators with
The Moscow press called the water cannon and truncheons.
committee a tool of American
ommitteralism tool of American Inside tne building Adenauer
mperialism.told the Bundestag (lower House
The petition said "in accord- of Parliament) that the West
ance with the familiar pattern, should take advantage of the
these physicians may be expect- breathing space given West Eu-
ed to confess their 'guilt' at the rope by the death of Premier -
trial, which will this time not Josef Stalin to tighten itA-d.e-
only use anti-Semitism as a tool senses.

for the devious purposes of the
Kremlin, but will impugn the
honor and moral standing of the
medical profession.

Insurance Firm's

Lawyer Pooh-Poohs

$500 Bribe Charge
ATLNTA, March 19 (UP) A
Defense attorney for two insur-
ance officials charged with slip-
ping $500 to a secretary in the
state insurance commissioner's
office in return for state records
said today the state's main wit-
ness had been reading "too many
spy stories."
Alex McLennan. one of the de-
fense attorneys for C. P. Brus-
nighan, vice president, and
James A. Ross, an agent for the
Banker's Life and Casualty Ih-
surance Co., said Commissioner
Jack Cravey kept public records
secret and also figured in "this
cloak and dagger mess."
The wtihess, Mrs. Jennie Falks
Salomon. a secretary in Cravey's
office, testified earlier that the
two men paid her $500 for papers
from Cravey's files.
She said the payment was made
with the knowledge of Cravey
and while FBI men looked on in
an Atlanta restaurant.
McLennan said if the papers
are not public record, no crime
has been committed, and if they
are public record, then Cravey
had erred in keeping them secret.
The trial is one of a series of
clashes between company offi-
cials and agents and Cravey over
the commissioner's action in re-
fusing to renew the company a
license to sell insurance in the

"What result the death of
Stalin will have on world af-
fairs is not yet clear." Adenauer
said. "But one thing is certain,
Stalin's death has not lessened
the threa: to the free world and
to Germany in particular. His
death has heightened the insta-
bility of international affairs.
"We do have a breathing space
following Stalin's death which it
is to be hoped the European na-
tions will use to insure their own
Communist mobs, advancing
in waves, fought with fists a-
gainst the 2,500 police who sur-
rounded the building in an at-
tempt to force their way inside
the parliamentary chambers.
The Reds, brought to Bonn
early today by the bus-loads
from the nearby industrial Ruhr,
were under orders to break up
the debate.
Adenauer was confident his
Christian Democratic coalition
could beat down the Socialist
opposition to ratification in the
lower house.
Even so, the American-spon-
sored European Army pl a n
which would bring 500,000 armed
Germans into West Europe's
united defense, would face two
severe hurdles.
First it faces demands of a
hostile Upper House tha it too
must ratify the measures and
the ambitious defense plan also
must win approval of the Cons-
titutional Court (highest in West
Germany) of its legality.
The noise of the street fight-
ing outside the building could be
heard above the voices of the
speakers debating the controver-
Ia81 army pact.

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(NEA Radio Telpboo)
ADLAI IN ARMOR AdIal 3. teenason, defeated De-o-r-lc
Presidential nominee (left), touts front line position s In K, a
with Lt. Gen. Maxwell Taylor (right), of the UT. S. EBhh Aray.
Stevenson, wearing an armored vast, had escaped m mo-
ments before this photo was taken as an enemy mortar shell
exploded leas than 300r yards from him.'

US Railroad Workers Get

4-Cent Hourly Wage Hike

- A railroad labor leader pre-
dicted today that unions in other
industries will try to match the
tour-cent-an-hour pay hike Just
awarded to the nation's 1,300,000
railroad workers.
W. P. Kennedy. chief of the
Brotherhood of Railroad Train-
men, said he expects the prin-
ciple of the "productivity" pay
hike to be taken up in other I&-
dustries by "unions who watched
the pay decision with keen with keen in-
"We think the decision will ex-
tend productIvity beyond the
railroads." Kennedy said. "Work-
ers in other industries should be
given the same recognition our
men got."

Rep. Cotton Raps

Use Of Defense

Funds OR Recreation
- Rep. Norris Cotton (R., N. H.)
suggested today that the armed
services may be diverting mo-
ney from "weapons and am-
munition" to finance "swank"
recreational facilities for 46,000
servicemen in Hawaii.
Cotton, a member of the
House Appr9priations Commit-
tee, said the services spent $22,-
000.000 to set up the facilities
and pays out $2,500,000 a year
to maintain them.
He said the General Account-
ing Office has found that "most
of the money was diverted
without authority of Congress
from appropriations for general
"This m Altdma nWI frnw*w on

Government referee Paul M
OGurthrie yesterday granted the
rail workers a four-cent boost
retroactive, to last Dec. 1 in a
ruling that was final and bind-
ing on both partlft.
Outhrie was named by former
Preelent Truman to rule oh the
pay Ipue uIder tfn of laeor
contracts thromghut the iktdus-

ed the increase would boo j-
tue payroll costs by *IU.01
a year ith the retrOativoe age
payment costing about $24A,00.-
Neither'managenenct poir,l-
clals of the 19 unions involved
expressed pleasure the'j rd,
A. J. Bier, an offtIcia -e the
Southeastern Carriers' .Onter-
ence Committee said he d "not
see how... you could I an
increase," The carriefa:i t a-
gainst any raise d ir jen-.
sive hearings before f ,
Kennedy and ,. ls.
chief of the Bro tb Lo-
comotive Enslnees.-. iet-
ed the raise wau ndb. gh
The unions had sought an 18-
cent boost,, with pot of this
amount reroactiveto October,
1950 thestart of their present
three year contract.
Kennedy estimated the. Increase
would mean an extra $I1O' year
for each employee and sald the
award means the "princllehas
been established in-J railroad
industry that Rives the rker
recogmitlon fbr inereM grd ile
tivity." %

HmroiN KroG

For Stai(0 Colonel
MarCh 19 (UP) A Silver Star
today was pinned on the tattered
field jacket of the heroic Nero
sIdier who saved his battalion
commander's life in Tuesday's
battle of Little Gibraltar hill
Pvt. Courtney L. Stanley, 20,
Masfield, La., was brought back
fromthe friot the t t 2nd Division
headquarters. to receive the a-
ward from MaJ. (Gen. James C.
Stanley stood guard over his
wounded battalion commander
fnd two other wounded men and
killed at leat nine attacking
Chinese, some of them In trench
es only a few feet away.
The battalion commander, a
Lieutenant colonel, Is now hospi-

It was reported at 2nd Divisior
headquarters that Stanley ails
may be. rnqmmended for tke
DiSLt S Cerce orovg.
None otf a 'a buddies- io
even hiottfo.Ebt.t -matter -
knd ht be owas a hero.
bhad a'qui un. .

whi ch vl u O *r

smen including wu. Airndt

well air base the
an American B-34 alO
er on an coast Island at
night pareohted "O ptt
ghthe crash aNorthe nea r
Command announced t
The giant plene carded u36
men, Including A U.S. Air .,'
The medical team moved over-
land from nearbyort Pga
ell air base to ge fr as
on bleak Random p2land td
radioed t e terse report* e, 1
p.m., coUnLna qokeR l
The Ryact anAdla AN
flew a parachute repue.ql4
into the crauh area near

trained togivte first d*a
handle f wcue op era tt es
rough country, werea
It was he second fat 4
crash In 5fBe kewroganditad (tMi

'Oscar' Nominees Will Be

Largely Elsewhere T'i"hf

Capt Enks.

At USea For JobI
A fa career spaung
half a ry and Unkt
Itamnl era with
iry Uners wll at
J. Eltksen wt
voyage as master
S ZCanl Zone-

has been
Pan h~akf a In
Pra mtl, and after a0

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pons and ammunition," Cotton HOLLYWOOD, Calif., Sarch 191 for -itw t Wle l hN Moo.a '
said in a letter to the voters (UPI Ido m kusd ff the on lqpptop4to lcw t Ie
back home. black ties for Co.
the 25th ann"
Cotton said the faculties In- eight,
elude 24 theaters. 23 athletic
fields, six golf courses, sevenDO
beach areas, five basketball r
courts, 12 bowling leys, 17 A
handball courts, eiSht g y m- Hollw
nasms, 16 officers' clubs com- Jewel
plate with bars, and 0 tennis Cry,
courts. re
far* W f: r tae

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