The Panama American

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

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:01544

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WASHINGTON March 26. -
(UP) T. Colemfan Andrews,
director of Internal Revepue
,and a member of the Board of
Directors of the Panama Canal
Company, said that the com-
pany was nearly ready to an-
nounce a new plan for handling
Oth overflow traffic through the
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WASHINGTON, March 26 (UP) Democratic s
ator Allen J. Ellender said today that he believed tA
Panam6 Canal Zone functions should be "separated frqs
the Army altogether" and should be transerred by ex
cutive order to a civilian commission,. '
"I would be satisfied to let the present Board o
Directors act as that commission," Ellnde said, "bu J
do not think we ought to have any more of this Army
Navy management of the Canal. Let em protect it fi -
not try to run it."
Governor John S. Seybold, howevti, said he did net
believe that consolidation of 'the cihiian and military
operations wou4d solve all of the prWbiems involved im fY
management of the Canal Zone.
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during the second day of hear- diretta ."
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tons Committee on the 1954 Ellender also cr.l.
budget for the Canal. caals u J i
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hit when he ran out in front of lived misIing yesterday In 7
a car this monra at the foot flight from Tocumen Airportb
of Paralao Hill, is i crit,.l con- Call, was reported safe at B&b
edition at Gorgas Hospital. Doc- naventura, Colombia, today.
tors considered him "in very bad
shape" at press time today. An Albrook SA-16 which le
Manuel Chan. 41, was admitted early this morning to search
this morning with a serioBs- head the missing plane, was recaid
injury after he was struck by the at noon today after word reac-&
right fender of a private car ed Albrook that the aircraft h
driven by Maurice 8. Kellehq. a arrived at Buenaventura.
26-year-old American who wdrks
for the Personnel Division of the According to pilot Jess Tayl
Panamn Canal. a message that he had 1ladKi "
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llce port of the accident, which ventura yesterday' was' *ot db...
occurred at 7:27 a.m. on Galuard livered until 10 this .natIng.
Highway, Chan started to run
from the east shoulder; of the A niane from the 27th Air Repo
road to about the center of the cue Squadron also searched ti
highway. Apparently the garden- area from here to Jaout vest'v
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to run back when be Was struck.
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his right to avoid striking the Albrook made eomiml
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too late. plane had landed safely.
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on the*right shoulder of the Col. The plane which had beet
road. He was Immediately take at Tocumen for ten d4ys left at
to Gorgas Hoi~ntal. 11:20 .ye.terdav morning.
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case and no charges have been tonio Williams 44. M. CoG ,
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STrUueCe PanAe "Aal O o a07 I N Lme
CACas AeaOeS *AnAMMAMICAN. PANAMA
.S AXa"eLanw &we Now YORK 411 N av Com m ent
six ~me Sao3 0a m
oe. es t .v Cn. l C oE*p ,s p so te 0 on_ By Victor Rfesel
E COLUMNATLANTIQ C11- It is in
TIS IS YOUR PORUM THE ADE.S OW' the wings and not on the stage
of this vast convention audi-
torium here that Walter Reu-
ther Is playing the leading role
"T H E M A ILr R rin ta drama of truly interna-
0 tional significance.
So Under constant surveillance
The Meail es is eam Ope forhm for readers of The Panama Amer- by the Soviet's global appara-
ken. Letters are reeved gralelly md are handled In wholly conf.i- tus Reuther is attempting to
dentiaImeanner, wipe out for all time the.Com-
i yeu sedrible a letter don't be impatient it it doesn't appear the munist labor undercover padres
next day. Leters en published i the eder received. iutomioblch he and Arraft Work-e
Please try e keep the letter limited to one page longeth. Automobile axd Aircraft Wo
Idetity o leter writer held o uin strictest confidence.w ers Uniolan rIn exactlyao this spot t. cm w ..
entity of A Tftr writers is h ed sn e t e ce a ta o as opinions Just seven years agoi .
This newspaper esumes me responsibility for tema t as opinions j heva ya a
expressed In letters from readers. When the milk drinking. i
he"d took this pivotal weap-
WILL THE CANAL COMPANY RECONSIDER? ons producing union fromof h,
the leftist coalitioni in 194 ] "t teS' 5S-
Sir: the Soviet's representative
in the U.S. decided to give
The news that the Canal Company is planning the conver- him a dose of the toughest
sion of the Ancon Restaurant to a Cafeteria is very dishearten- underground attack they've
ing. For years this has been the only Clubhouse where Zonians attempted.
could dine quietly and receive excellent service in pleasant sur-
roundings. I feel certain that if a poll had been taken among It was the Communists' plan a w "
the patrons, the vote would have been overwhelmingly in favor f;rst, to seize the Ford Motor
of retaining the present set-up, even if it required raising the Co. I.ocll 600. This local's 60,000
prices. It is common knowledge that it is much more expensive members made it the world's b...
to eat in Clubhouse Cafeterias, so why say, as the Governor did, largest single local union., From e d ] h
that the move is being made to prevent increasing the prices? this base, the Communist labbr IM
Could it be that the present profit is not Oig enough? appear' tus strategists reckoned "
back into power in the Auto
If patrons would only stop to realize that their favorite din- Union. They admitted t.hi..s.orli
ing spot will soon be noisy, inconvenient, uncomfortable, and bluntly in a recent memoran-
drinkers and juke box fanatics, they would hasten to protest this After some of their flends
inconsiderate action. had succeeded in capturing oa F S for .. n.'S
The Company should also not overlook the fact that the An- plan -which is a nonyoh R
con Clubhouse has one of the most efficient, loyal, well liked tougout the world wih A-
local rate forces on the Isthmus, who should not be reward by merica's P e r f u I Industrial
being summarily dumped out for the sake of making a few more Isystem the Party' s labor the.i .
dollar. Practically all of these employes have been at Ancon for rtfcian said .
years and the patrons like them. "The example of Local 00

move. If they speak, up per leonsider.l rublicityI. o W illie A nd W ilhel inad to be
S'Everyone I have tny lkd to fge la bou tl: about bltsflcneh iate n Ra tpote nd Sto be W ilie A nd W il*elm ina u
ian h o m inh e, but to the whole right
and let the Community retain one of it's few remaining, highly w h bo thewherh
regarded services? CIO. Everywhere the outspoken By BOB RUARK
Sincerely Position of Local 600 on the
dryHopeful. issue Of-P81,1 had become a -0
harbinger and a promtie of thi Ini w '"han
great potential peace force that NAIROBI, Kenya, ast Africa. We haven't ant I reckon It's the insseuuttr that drives him camt So
is awakening American labor." any Christine Jorgensen down here to keep us ad and forces him to mak06 those horrible houasn. _
CALL TO TAX'AYERS This was an obvious refer- amused, but we have at least one clebrli It's nolses. Over a period of time hre come to rather wasg
ence to the use of this tre- a movie star, among other things, even thitigh love the creatures. because it seems to me that
daSi:mendous and well known local it Is a hyena. I went up to a place called Rumu- the Lord was a little. absent-minded when he Irving of New
ear sir. union -there in the very heart ruti to interview it the other day. mIde them.e wr
Sometime ago I asked the Commissioner of Internal Revenue of Detroit- in pushing the Willie is his name when he is a he, and Withel- Theyme got a lion's ears and dog's face and w
for a decision as to whether or not taxpayers on the Isthmus of pro-Soviet 11 e now so familiar mina when he/she is mostly she. Right now Wil- a bear's Jaws and a bear's body and are lf-
S Panama can legally claim as exemptions bone fide non-citizen to us as premier Malenkov lid 14is Willie, which means he's In one of his .boy C as a dog. Theay can snap through L thli-
dependentsresiding with them or for whom there provide more talks of peace while ooting -phases.,t heith onn h O.unch. butlthey are.permmnent t
than one-halfrof the support. down allied aircraft,. ".. Willie Is the stripped hyena who got all th ae raved i nse apfle and so mut ntmih4_ an
t e ooFuu-hermote, thi. Plalmne notices as an ector In "The noa*s ofKlh a p.n a l W lope, and are unableto
SIn his reply, he stated that Section 25 (bo (3) of the Internal memorandum said si* ofwcntIyo.T aind he belongs to Cani Hartle a fr iennd an oUt Ii on pp .t o
venues Code defines a dependent for Income: tax purposes. that the'Ford thePa hopofmine who runs a wi d animal fam. C a's r they are oonr eto e
S amongthe definition is one that "Deptadent does not Include iirve the u~u cover ok f basti ar u ntl the ma n d fthe fo rlo d ~
ny individual who is a citizen or subRe a foreign eoun stry ltill anotboW i Vital business In Africa, becauseheo can prod e -
nles. such, individual is a resIden tfnt o fle st ati a orofr aoenL ng-- thing roron a aAlld ap t te A .
u dtry oot e United eta en-ntoo ondI IWh r a5 endant1 ot .e.10
phe si td a r or. tl tidewstas*SLo'eeroI
e da.o ta taxpayer c ta &oally lanofmscrete of ksn ow.latI h A#hr~ ,e tr ohti T'
emvtion for theipur it reucI e, 11mounr "upon which a ow to wv o thefather and mother., I hi s -l
es must be paid. Party's program to @ work- of U i. and, On lit1 Ie na osle s go
bri, how to win M eS for birth toaUlitter of his own. It ha s nit '."".. .
at taxpayers on the Isthmus with such non-citizen dependents consolidate the Party shop or- both whelped a litter. -la qtbInu e haJsnBack t t h. Ih taa. hey asq.*J
wle ek I reqested, througertinofd00thetpessay0griei uo n-bot mhewhevlpedenc a sluinteofspable Hwaper e r its Dlowo
ntact me, either by telephone or by n order that I may tnaoam nmsi thecoureof, uch
prepare information for the use ofr Reprsntative Daniel A. Reed struggle (revolutionary Actvit t more lady teyas. one oe wa benne of ftshf meat. H i. q we have ,te" tO
introducing and securing the enactment of legislation design- -aV.R.c." ..eint eh aaroun fJmternoh-" Itfbehisow.
toeliminate this unjust provision of the law. To date I have ceinte. in around after thlim for his Cw.
ceived40 responses nvovn 52 dependents. I feel certain oeo the Communis tutWllIe did. He developed odd cravings f or
recite If others will contact me no later than next Sunday Ford. It III itenmat OWally He was. too.
1de o o-nd an answer N TlOy'nWIN.eIsap
thatIconsiderabulyate ththhnnandmtomny h sayftt th esce n inf reu enty a tua alt e o s ao d
can tabulate information nd forward it to Mr. sl iant -and an answer The hyena is one of the true freaksa of nature, aoverCA Fea
eed.eto many Who say that the asncelnot Hereruet a tu hea ph) lte Ikg
Nameodofv Y u' sin ce l ots numb gr i entl.a.tru e Le lhne oc-Tem th at boW i P t odd
Communist Party now ises o c it, (sd li t a, e .. g, ,
S Information desired is Name o taxpayer, relationship, age.I small that itno lnger is curs, and Is able to changeIt sex more or haw at. ofte and I.
nd citizenship of the dependent It should be noted that de- menace--M that a mere band t t of Woe'a maternty cas, ao o Ot e rt It0 I
tendency exemption cannot be taken for cousins of either the or disciplined, conspiratorial the lady hye watched a ver to multy at tor t at.
usbandor wife nor can the axayer take his spouse's aunt or men could influence and help b the ae e a
dcle as an exemptionlead 60,000 unon members, developed a blush. The offspring were more or 1f W e1. (i e e
Somay be contacted after 4:3 Dm. on telephone 2-1337 or in Faced with the threat of T e normalI pr en.,tty drertale tst, os andawr I' khim asl.10d tI ega
rating at Box,173. Balboa lleights. Canal Zone. Communist control of Lthe The hyena Inaprettydreadfulb tas a rule,_l ,_ ,,. ,_d,.-
Vrl o w world's biggest local, R euth er .. .at w.Iat.-. r
hpVery truly yours, moved o uAn administrator a le Wel Io
took over. Five men were tried
NtoaR.M. LOVELADY, on charges of "being members Wi ciYa|
rNational Vice President. AFG. of or subservient to" the Com-
reparable harm to the United ---o.-- 08 -hi
Automobile Workers" wh hoesen0twpdI-

"The Ford Five.". You'd think is nu mbethier ... O Ulr0 J-
UNUSU L they were giern to be hung. h ab, Conlr be elosn l o Madl..'. ofi. 5
insteadd they were ousted from sn ter (ad he as iS i M'.


YetLtheywerepermitted to bidie n rN foo r eW, thet Na. b osh ..oe 'a-


SAre vew thevwhole matter of justleave iatterOny r )1 ol"on *'b
how a free and democratic begged for trouble wAii
union, such as the UAW, can & Co. That Did It. I
Yes, there's, gen. in o r deal with the few Communists seconds the trio W
Yeine hpr'lia doa- in our ranks, who, while at. Two Flits. Boffl
minesparkling dia tempting to take advantage of The one-man armya ,
mond soeina beau- the democratic privileges that Top medal in Italy
tifully designed, they have as members of our matic rifls-Chtiu e (M
solid gold cross, union, would use such privi-
oith h d godros,9leges to weaken and destroy Prince Aloame at.
with hnd$ngrav- our union and the free insti. Prices Mar M t
ing. tutions of our country. Jean Glbrt 0 hel.
He added that "organization- den in Ma.
ally and as individuals, Com. he t mbee
munistsa are against our union, arisamn A
against our country...they are eture, 1arisf
an organized conspiracy with leader abhmed), ".'eNA
only one loyalty, and that is Inot of r ase .....
blind service to the Soviet Un- "
It is certain that Communsts
SA H[IT I[ wil never again be permitted
I p N ri Irun for office in the Auto
It a IW#a I IT 0 aI on. Wh t henabovnld the=
Idi d w t sw f 0te l permitted Lo work in th e by
ii a s ra I I S A97 of our defense industry? AreaN
their economic r p hs morm ,
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Vohm testified on a bill to
put tIoet 'taxes on a sliding
sca .It Wpld cut the levy on
"ecom brands fromeight
to about six 'ents a pack. buf
keep pseent taxes on higher-
priced "popular" brands. "N-
conolpy" brands are those sell-
ing for hot more than 13 cents
a pact.
oblom said the Treasury op-
posed the bill because it would
cost the government about
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sure t ess profits a
allowed to eOppl or-
Intde tua are out. alm
alo told committee the
Txpairy anunpt now sposor
Reed's a to cut persona I
taxes. He reiterated that the
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bovt pending prosp.et.
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aecrthry r AWsociate TobaeI
co Manufacturer, ugd uP-
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Gospel Truth Choir
To P reptt Easter
Prog pril 7
Prepa M 'are now being
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Scot#nd Ywd Seeks Clerk;

Four Bodies Found In Flat

LONDON, MARCH 26 -(UP) on to the midland industrial
Scotland Yard ordered a na- t
tionwide search yesterday for a he house where the bodies
middle d lerk after the were found -a former Oeor-
bodes of ur. led oom- glan mani.on that had been cut
en ware foun the walls and V, Int o low-cost apartmenta-
Under the floor of his tene- already had a sinister reputa-
ment apartment, tion as the lace where Timo-
thy Bvans strangled his wife
Throughout the British Isles anwd daughter in 1949.
police. were ordered to watch '- medical examination estab-
for John R. Christle, who last uh ed two grisly facts about
week vacated tli apartment the CAse -the strangler's noose
where thebQdtbs were found. lad -lalmed about one victim
A rte~tl annoi cement i month And each of the
on the' "Not sngoler" 0wraen attacked was younger
aid the atrite are "anx- thanthe last.


tous tO talk to ,nsie inm the
hope that he might have some
Information elating to t h e
Ca se.
Three bodies were found last
night by Beresford Brown, a
Jamaican who was preparing
to move Into the apartment.
They ha een crammed into
a-niche tthe wall and cover-
ed with gray wall-paper.
Police sachbers md the
fourth, body under. flor.-

Vr. Rna Camps, the Home
Office pathologist, said the vie
mtimn hanged in age from 17 to
U4. One was partly nude, one
was pregnant, and all had been
strangled with a cord during
the past four months.
None of the women had been
Identiled positively, but t he
body of the 45-year-old victim-
who was the first to die- an-
swered the description of Chris-
es wife Ezabeth last seen
about four moths ago.
' Christie told neighbors after
him wife's appearance that
she had goe to visit sisters In
Birminlgham le stayed on In
the apartment with his dog,
and last week said he alsme was


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the methm of America to sup.
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eeftr G. Lamabt of Colon
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4Apjl at Headuartem r th
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UIat, be was a Igned to
,fmpany D, 34th Infantry
2Me ut for his Wt 1C weeks
In t United States Army.
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orints. aUl at won-
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P.75 6.75

[ENING DRESSES

!9.50 $17.50
AND MANY OTHER BARGAINS!

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"MADURITO'S"
100 Central Avenue
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Paa scas Most Treedos Bargain SaleI

jog for Yeurl TAAnseUhb*Uv. icds.

Friday and Saiy l 27 na.d
Pkoe Sale Pice
78 RPM Recods, Elish ................... 5 ..
78 RPM Becuws, Spanish .............e.. 1.00 00.8
45 IPM Records English .................. 0.95 O.8
45 RPM Rtoers, Spanish ................... 1.00 4.85
Pfa6uifleiboPh o Needles ............... 10 0.95-
Pfwwstfil. Phone Needles ............... 1.00 0.75
Ret CaryiG Cases, Leatherette .......... 6.50 3.95 -
ERS RA10, Model 653 ............28.80 Z4.75 '
Re'ntilles, 45 RPM ....................1.00 S.
12" 4terage Albms, Assorted colom ......... 1.50 095
FOR'tUE EASTER SEASON:
LP Alhe- -.-- "L'elance du Christ," Beries .. 13.00 11.00
"Ma In B Minor," Bas ......17.85 IW

ALL 78 MPM Abmsus. ..25% UIcout.


ALL MPa 45J*M MAlbns incluMdig Complete Operas.. 10% DseeUt.
S'AS USUAL- Usd Rard, litw'Le.Awrtmt...$1.00 a Ds,
or Ik. each.
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LONDON. March 26 iUP) ,
beloved Queen Mary v',ill be he*, .Gu -
next Tuesday in St. Geo-r. ,
Chapel Pt Wi-d'or Castle. it v..:. .
announreld I t nis the p n Violen.
Beneath Vim chaptl i7, thr pr; o*ent
vate vanIt o; .the British royal
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t Labor Dispute


.hoila Fearon
I ings In Lenten
Programs In NY
ONEVA, N.Y.. Mardh 28
aShel A. Fearop ofrb
student at Willian Smith Col-
9, is participating in the Len-
.t Dogram offered by the
khom (Cantorum.
:, ihola Cantorum, the singing
lfesty of Hobart and William
AlIth Colleges, will sin five
erAormiances of "The Pasion
c-ornditg to Saint' Mark" n
Sehurches. "The Paadion Is a
Sdevoltiov n set to. murlo


Iaf lny. 3h UCT ier eu :0 hr c* aI
with thoYs of her husband Ki" NEW IBERIA, La,, March 26 "We're taki.rg jo ides this 8earon0 a freshman at
Geor-.- V. and her son, K iIn (tUP) -, ho'gun-cLrrylng state, dispute. OaevdL.ber SLd "We Smith, is the daughter
Ge-'-e VI. police moved in on this nervous are onl-' 1interpst.d'I prevent- I i nd Mrs. Robert F. Ford,
city today (ond vwre ordered to In' violence and protecting the .Doa.
The urand old lady of the ro-, use "niaximum efforts" to pra- cit ens of. the area."' '
al family will lie in stste from vent further violence In a labor op m 1tSe
Sunday afternoon until Mond..ay dispute that has set -off a series No .violence hs ecurred ,In
evenin. at Wes'minster Hall, r nighttimee dynaminting ahd Elzabeth since *ate troopers HARTFORD, Conn. the 839-vear-old edilice vher'- shootings moved in although the strike by Forty motorists, charged wit;'
Ceorge VI's body lay just a vea. S two AFPI. paperworkars unions a- gobn* through red lights, had
apo Louisiana Police Chief Francis painst the Calcasieu Paper Co. something else in common. All
( lirst details of arrange- Crevemoerg said the troopers and Southern Industrie InInc., were arrested by Officer William
rents for the fir.:l rites -,vere were instructed to set up roving continues. M. O'Brien.
announced bv the Tarl of Scar- road blocks and arrest anyone
borough. the lord chamberlain, found with dynamite or other 11-
after he and the earl marshal. legaj weapons..
the Duke of Norfolk, had met
with Queen Elizabeth to discuss Grevemberg sent ii exti, de-
them. tails after Iberia Parish county .
Further c,-talls will be made Sheriff Nick Derouen advise
known "in due course," the short hiin that-the local fore,. -could
statement said. not alone protect citizens and AROlA Trm R i A
The coffin will be carried in property in th strike-torn area. AEROVIAS. CUATORIA C. A.
Procession Sunday afternoon I Derouen said he feared the '
from Queen's Chapel in Miarl- tension in the town was increas- MIAMI One Way .... .$ Rond trip $26a
borough Road to Westminster ing. MIAMI, One $0wy ...... 7ORound tfnp 06.A
Hall. It was the second time in two OUAYAQUIL, One Way.. 80.00 Round trip 144.40
Tuesday morning the coffin weeks that state police had been
will be taken by car to St. called in to halt labor violence in QUITO, One Way....... 86.00 Round trip 154.80
C.orge's Chapel at Windsor. a Louisiana.
f iesu London. A similar labor conflict in the
ew estmiles outsider Abbeye ond little community of Elizabeth -Cargo rates also reduced. Consult with our office
funeral might have been held, is erupted in a rash of dynamitlngs at Perd Avenue No. 15, T phone 3-983 or see your
being prepared' for the corona- two weeks ago and local-officers
tion of Queen Elizatl-th June 2. also called for help from the travel agent.
Tt.y.unR queen bwed today state.
to her;#ranrdmother's 1 ast re- ,,
quat? nd limited-court; mourn- In both the iza. b.t1 and ew .
Ing. to bu month s it 'ouid af Iberia conflicts se6fal pW ersons '
feet the. coronation I li ttle as have. bee injured and n ropierty
polie. "of both, union AM' ,onl-uinlon N
.workers has been destroyed.
The ending of the mourning A dynamite blast was set off
period April 25 was .-oual to an in New Iberia Tuesday night. It
official announcement that the ripped through the home of a
crowning of .Elizabeth would go salt miner employedd by the huge Great White Fleet
on as Vlanned. Jefferson Island Salt Co. "
.th old ueen would have The worker, Gues I( in, 63.
tl rutn of tl-. normna life ternatlonual Che a-.Wrers -
o e nation. Union, FL, was not hurt t -
eaters' ,end '.movie", houses t bas dem li d he tel- .................
w s 6Yv ouen, and tho soccer ten rnd orch of hish t6-. LS.' T L ...................... '"SS .
oI balI leaie ''- mes will 'o on fl'The dynamiting was t fifth *S.S. "AU ...............................March 31
as scheduled Saturdvy ce'tt demonstration since the chemi- *S.S. "CUHIQUI" ............................., .April 5
that players will wear black cal workers union went on strike *S.S. "MUSA" ..................... ......... .AprM
bands. against the company last Feb. .
Parliament adjourned for th.b 23. .*~e lled ,cu Gomeal ca ,:
after Prime l5inater Win- ... '
Churc hll had meh eo a o- i ArriTe"
*fconDloM oIer inComonMs3 X -J NW It- B Cr. .al
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Wed.",L. s:or e Dv will stOr
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nrod,-ed bv Pert Grenet. Mrs. Loomed with Dupont's
Dvro-"er ard Pert Pre mnl'm -P
houit the nirt. but t)"' a-'ert w"I thick and thin rayon yam
be n- comeiyc.... Jrain rai fleld
Prd her. h 'band. Frank Roos.
aren'" seen" eve to ev-i' a"'rt
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telefilm 'Pries. "Mv r FP ore
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P"pl Grecrorv's st"-e nrodu'-ton', MO ,6,Mi an Road.
of the court-mrtii rere from 3elO.y Oficos' School
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sianed wlth the studio for n- / PEONES:
o+ber year.... 3opn Fnrtaile.- DAY 34552 NIGHT 3-1521
whb he- worried 1ersolf sick ov"
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Odurlhter to ex-h,,sh.,'d Pilm l)n- o
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ease her frayed nerves.... Jeff
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Brian Hawke, the renegade,
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of Madagascar to steal the
lips of its Corsair Queen!
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NkA Staff Correspondent H6RIZONTAL 4 Symbol for
1 Capital of rhodfum
HOLLYWOOD, (NEA) Ex- Chandler and Decca bosses have South Dakota pScottishd
exclusively Yours: It's a blow to a "handshake agreement," as 7 It s sheepfoAnt
talent scouts who hang around Jeff terms It. on a-contract for nicknamed the 7 Sed tender
,da fountains in the hope of him to record for the label. He'll "- State" 8 Above (poet.)
findings another Lana Turner, wax his first songs when he 13National song 9 Sweetotato
but the death knell has sounded completes "Brady's Punch" at 14 Curer 10 Hodgepodg
for inexperienced dolls and guys, U-I. 15 Theater sign 11 Gof mounds
in Holl w ood--even if the. look It's not retirement for 44-year- 16 Type measure 12 Formerly 3
like Helen of Troy and Valenti- old Lew Ayres, but he won't go 17 Armed forces 1Spormerlyt 2
no tn on with his movie career after 18 Melody 21 am Mount 2
The new shape of things in completing "Donovan's Brian," 20 Silkworm 21 Famed Mount 3
Hollyoo -three dimensions a horror flicker, unless the .22 Hops' kiln south i 3
and wide-screen Cinemascope- scripts pass the acid test of m- 23 Made South 3
means actors must be able to, portance. melodiour Black Hills
play long sequences from begino- Lew has socked'away a big 27 Black Hills
nina to end and be letter-per- hunk of the earnings he's col- 30 24Occupant 4
fect. Its. like the stage-a flow elected from Hollywood since "All Summ 25 More facile 43
of dr,-ma with the camera rare- Quiet on the Western Front" in ummer 26Toctor of
ly off the principals in a scene 1930 and means it when he says: Autumr Science (ab.) 41
even when they have no speech- "I'd be very happy to be doing BuWinter 27.Bang
c- .!fine A pictures. But to do less 34 Burdened
Dir.ec'ti the first wide-screen than fine pictures-no! Unless '35Hours (ab.) I 3. q
Cinemnr ,cone omedvn "How to you're at the very top, the choice 36 Great grief
Marry a Millionaire.' Jean Negu- pictures are few and far be- 37 Winglike part
lesco tod mwe I tween. I'm not an A-caliber star 38 Point weapon
"Actors who have learned their these flays. I'm just a B-picture 40 Goddess of
trade are safe. ]Rut with Cine-, guy. I would rather not be in this peace
mascope, no studio will take a business than do bad scripts." 42 Memory
chance with a green, inexperi-I awakener
en-ed actor or actress. Not even, Bing Crosby is $25,000 richer-- 44 Facilitated
1with a o"eronalitv. No longer the amount of the advance roy- 45 Fixed lookers
will there be a place in Holly- alty check mailed to him by 81- 47 Station (ab.)
wood for the beauty contest win- mon and Schuster, who will pub- 50 Meadow -
ner and the handsome boy in lish his life story ... .Hollywood- 51-Hand part
the filFng 'tatien. It will be too ites are giving depositions for 55 Hoi 7 -
tourh for them." Gllda Gray's lawsuit against Co- 58 Depart
lumbia "for using my life story", 60 BornQ 3
It's history reneatin itself, in the Rita Havworth picture. 61 Spanish fleet
Th- birth of the "talkies" in "Gilda." The shimmy queen will' 62 Redacted
1926 sounded t'he death knell for claim that maior studios turned 64 Island in New
the screen's silent stars. who dovil her biography as screen York bay 48 i ,'.
were renlpced by experienced rnt.ral be.-m'se of the belief 65Unkeeled -
stage actors, that (oli'mbia had already made s5 7
-- the picture. I VERTICAL
Pteve Cochran is smoldering. i- Go by bI
He's Viroinia Mao's l'din" Tonv Curtis is seeing medics. 2Nested boxes
man In "Phe's P.ck on Broad- about the inflamed sties that 3 Famous
way." but he's billed in tinv tvne k..eo forming on his orbs....U- English school
under r the names of Vireinia,l Palmer Lee. who was Ann
Frark Lovejov and Gene Neion. Blvth's leading man in "Sally
It's all ir't of the Cochran-War- and St Ann and Roberta Bond
ner studio feud. liist broke thoir engagement....
;Rop k Hudson"' annoyed. A eag-
MOVIES GO TO GUINESS stpr krers *"dne him tele-
or.-'s signed "Christine Jorgen-E ) B L
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for lrt inv ter srnl_ m o.FRIDAY 10
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novel by Duff Conner. ","h will BUTJFF.LO. N Y. (UP--Harold
be foilm-d in Lod'on. It's the sto- Butle'. of suburban Cheektow-
rv of rn-n who faied to getuto rp. N Y. Looked 209 blue Dlke
the front in two w'rs. t,, wIo n six Kintr9 while f I s h I n g
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U.Stuart Sagan, MrIS. OyFort2, bl Samfthrday
ref aQete, o)Mrs. William Grady. Mrm Ba 0N. 2,Order of the E a lleroomus ofbythe H Iywit
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Mrs. Joseph L..Cwinn, of for the put twelve years w round birthday cale, elolm
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rP .,b a a n Inst. .wh. re b. afternoon coffee given at her resigned his position with the d theU a dds
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a to r philage an abotaeE NkeedswM r shofa mh ding to Mr. ustes e Hamlin will and Mr. and Mrs. Davi ai icey.
stay Newl c r .oy. .. nhenny have had Informal Bren, MitharolP
Prh ae sTheguestsincluded b e dier pas for the family Brent Mitchell.
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Bloody Victory Over Davis
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Lightweight George Araujo of Providence, R.I.,
fresh from a blood-bath, 10-round decision over
Teddy (Red Top) Davis,'said today he wanted "just
;one more" before taking his promised crack at Pim-
my Carter's world championship.
"I never got a chance to do anything against
Davis," the Providence Portuguese complained. "He
never wanted to fight. I'm afraid I disappointed the
crowd."
Araujo, a 2-1 favorite entering last night's na-
tionally televised arena fight card, coasted to an easy
decision over the Hartford Negro. He won at least
seven rounds on every judge's card. From the middle
of the sixth, when an inside right cut Davis' right
eyebrow, the blood poured freely over both contest-
ants. There were no knockdowns.


Urban Pitches No-Hitter

As Signal Triumphs 16-0
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ARMED FORCES LEAGUE
STANDINGS
TEAM- Won Lost Pet. GB
Signal ... 1 1 .909 -
33rd Inf.. 9 2 .818 1
Albrook 8 3 .727 2
564th. 8 3 .727 2
Coco Solo 7 4 .636 3
Sp. Troops. 6 5 .545 4
Westbank 6 5 .545 4
370th 5 6 .455 5
6-3rd 5 6 .455 5
45th .. .. 4 7 .364 6
Corozal 4 7 .364 6
Ft. Gulick 1 10 .100 9
764th 1 10 .100 9
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Signal 16, Ft. Gulick 0.
Albrook 16. 764th 2.
370th 6. Hospital 0v
Corosal 4, Westbank 1.
S3rd 9, Special Troops 2.
564th 4, 963rd 2.
Coco Solo 3, 45th 2 (11 innings).
Baseball's local Hall of Fame
has a new occupant today.
He's Jack Urban, strong right-
hander for the Signal baseball
team, current leaders in the
Armed- Forces Lesle cond
half aMi.on ...
Urban liurlbd a no-hit no-run
game agaiLnst Fort Gultck yes-
trday while his teammates clob-
bered three opposing mounds-
men for 17 hits and 16 runs.
It's granted th -Urban may
not have been pitching against
the best in the league but hle
was superb all the way and h11-
ing done everything else aiLed
of him this season, the phaect
game was his Just reward.
The classy rlghthand T rec-
orded 10 strikeouts anro walked
one man. Only one mi nreaoh-
ed third, Felix in the eighth
tbtnka to ta fielder's choice. Ur.
ban paid no attention to the
man, allowing him to practical-
ly walk to third phile he wound
up on every pitch to blaze three
Strikes by Texidore for the third
out.
ne fine showing now gives
Urban 12 wins and four losses
for the season and he has two
gaams remaining on the sched-
ule. He has 184 strikeouts, al-
lowed 78 hits and issued only 49
walks. His earned run average,
the pitcher's bread and butter
column, is below 1.24.
'In addition to being the big
an on the mound, Urban
shedd a triple, the only real
extra base hit racked up during
the Signal attack.
Signal runs came in bunches
like bar.inas off Ruiz, Diaz-
Torres and Sola. The fat innings
were the sixth with 4; the sev-
enth with 3. and the eighth
Wth 3..
The 33rd Infantry managed to
tsay one game off the pace with
a-convincing 9 to 2 win over Am-
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ador's Secial Troops. Col6n al-
lowed the Troopers four hits
while his mates found Jim
Sweeney for 11. The losers com-
mitted 10 errors, four coming
from Nichols while attempting
to nip runners at second, and
four from Rivera who alternat-
ed between shortstop and third
during the afternoon.
But if the Troopers couldn't
hold the ball, some sort of rec-
ord was set by the 764th who
racked up 11 bobbles while los-
ing to Albrook, 16 to 2. The clubs
were knotted 2-2 at the end of
the first and then the 764th fell
apart at 'the seams. Bartholo-
mew, after the first frame, set-
tled down for the Flyers, scat-
tered six hits and picked up the.
win.
Jack Chatham, with three for
four pand Ray Reteneller, three
for six, were the big stick for Al-
brook.
The 504th stayed two games in
back of the leader with a 4 to 2
win over the 903rd. The losers
outhit the 504th, 8 to 5, but the
big bat of DeValte spelled the
difference. The 4th left field-
Sblast e 0 oer tMe right
field fe.e in, a fffth to break
alIto-1 tIeand" then pushed the
ball over he same fence again
in the eighth with two out to
settle the issue. DeValle's blows
were two of the five allowed by
Piccarell, the losing hurler.
In other games, the 370th de-
feated Hospital 6 to 4. Coco Solo
had to travel 11 innings before
they could edge the 45th, 3 to 2.
Corozal routed Westbank's sail-
onr, 4 to 1.

USArCarlb Boxer

Wins In All-Army

Quarter-Finals

CAMP ATTEBURY, Ind., Mar.
26 U.S. Army Caribbean box-
er. battling in the All-Army
Championships here, gained a
split last night as the quarter fi-
nal action ended.
Juan-Curet Alvarez, USARCA-
RIB entry in the light welter-
weight class and an All-Army
defending champion, gained a
split decision over Sammy John-
son of the Third Army.
Curet carried the fight to
Johnson in the early rounds but
tired in the final minutes. How-
ever, Johnson had little left and
couldn't make up the points.
Esteban Melendez Ro b le as,
USARCARIB boxer in the light-
weight class, was bopped out of
the tournament when he lost a
decision to Robert Tenequer of
the Fifth Army.


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Bourne, Ampudia

To Dispute Vacant

118-Pound Crown

The Panama Boxing Com-
mission gave the green fht
for Melvin Bourne and -od4o-
fo Ampudia to fight for the va-
cant bantamweight haim-
pioshllp it was dtscloed to-
day bY Promoter Louis Craig.
The CommiMion opines that
Inasmuch as the 118-pound ti-
tle was given up some eleven
months ago by former Cham-
pion Baby Green because of
his difficulty in making the
weight limit and since ourne
and Ampudia are worthy con-
tendero for the bantamweight
crown they may be matched
for a title bout.
Craig has drawn up a ten-
tative program for April 19 at
the Panama Gym, which wli
be submitted to the Panama
Boxing Commission for their
final approval next Monday.
The main attract i en, of
course, would pit Bourne a-
gainst Ampudia at 118 pounds
in a 15-round contest fr the
championship of the Isthmus.
The semifinal will be between
HoraIco Ottis and Black BI In
a ten-rounder atweight weight lim-
it of 129 pounds.
Two four-round preliminar-
ies will round out the card.

Review Swim Course

For Instructors

Tuesday At Balboa
A review course for. all people
holding the Instructor's Swim
Certificate will be offered at the
Balboa Swimming Pool On Tues-
day, March 31. The course will
have a duration of four hours
from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. and
from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. It
will be under the direction of
Wm. Zemer.
All people desiring to enroll in
the course should phone the
Balboa Swimming Pool. 2-1493,
not later than Monday,; March
30.
The course is under the super-
vision of the Physical Education
an4 Recreation Branch of the
Schools Division.



In Track Meet
Tuesday afternoon In the Bal-
boa Stadium thetrack ad field
of Balboa High School bested
the Canal Zone Junior College
representatives 102 to 16.
Fred Cotton wasted little time
breaking a BBS shot put record.
Before the meet Was well under-
way he heaved the round ball
46 feet 42 inches, to rewrite the
record books.
The broad Jump was hotly
contested before Orvis nosed
out May for fin place honors
one-half ino h the deciding
margin.
Results:
Pole Vault--Jeffries (B) Bell
(B) Corn (B) Height 10' (JC no
entry).
High Jump-Salas (B) May
(B) Mantouant (B) Height 5' 8."
Shot Put-Cotton B) Fox (JC)
Nickisher (B) Distance 46' Vs."
Broad Jump-Orvis (B) May
(B) Salas (B) Disance 21' 24."
Discus-Jones (B) Morris (B)
Fulton (B) Distance 118' 8V2"
(JC no entry)
120 H. H.-Ostrea (B) Griffo
(B) Corn (B) Time: 16.3 (JC no
entry).
100 Yard Dash-Von Chong
(B) Zumbado (B) Albritton (JC)
Time: 10.7.
Mile, Run--Crug (JC) Fogel
(B) Jordon B). Time: :27.
440 Yard piash-enkins (B)
Delegado (B) Willoughby (JC)
Time: 54.7.
440 Yardl ttelay-(B) -(May, Von
Chong, Blackwell, Norris) Time:
46.9.
180 L. H.-Orvls (B) Fox (JC)
Armistead (B) Time: 21.5.
880 Yard Run-Pere. (B) Cruz
(JC) Ornfo (B) Time: 2:17.
220 ard Dash-Norris (B
Von Chong 'B) Dfwson (B)
Time: 24.2.
Mile Relay-(B) (Nichisher,.
Raybourne, Delegado, Jenkins,
Time 3:52 (JC no entry).

Ailantic Female

Softball League

Atlantic Female Softball League
In the fiint game of the At-
lantic Female Softball League,
Lanusa (Colon) pled BstreUto
(Gatun) at the Mount Hope 8ta-
dium. Lnuusa won 9-8. Dorothy
Griffith of Lanaua hit a heater
in this contest.


RAY MAGAN and his race-tuned A ;sn he" vm
action, are w*ay tomtd the top of t. t vortea
to annex the winner's Ihoners at atuM ,' speedway,.
meting-it PaamasNe national Stadium, 3 o'lok.



Motorik e Witer To Rete.

Trophy At Stadium.Satu ay


One of the four fastest motor-
cycle speedway riders on the
Isthmus is going to come home
from the Panama National Sta-
dium Saturday night with A fine
line in trophies. What'*e- ore,
he will have received It from a
lovely lady.
This li the kind of lure best
calculated to'induce the suscep-
tible barons of broadside to do
all sorts of cruel things to pres-
ent standing records the
quarter-mile stadium track.
The lovely lady in the case s
Mrs. Rita Eaton, rpreprenting
the Canal Zone motorcycling
clubs. Asoclated with her In the
presentation will be Mario Ro-
mero representing Phtlip Mo-
ris cgaettes, o-sponsour of the
meeting .ad donors of the tro-
phy.
'Th'e matter of V l* t
trophy k hW me cR e M
sue in the. series of,
trial whoh wil osen n
ac of the 11 ridMea premet-
ly epeMted to start covers one
lap of th track individual at
tBach -wi1 be timed, and the
four puttnh up the fast lap
times are o race for trophy.
Current form, and Asest
of their aang machines, line
up ,ddle ArnJstead, Choppy
White, Ray Magan and b
Conneeli as likeliest to be elect-
ed to the quick quartet.


From tlsp re ,gt lea of SftL
day eedway at thoRlao
Sttac TSIs'a h B
hbve .emerged. the ftest,
anlacbl e curreM tp F the 1t11-
Armistead's BN tuned by
Carl Mles, b1s w:i three out
of ftCe lo CWs- main events.
White baa so tiUmes missed
out of top p Iata by the simple
device 3f falll62 off. If he can
stay aboard., hard-rtding
White can give Smistead t he
Coipettsn hlie care to cope
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Chevies Edge Balboa Hith

To Cop Pacific Twi Title
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Iast night in a ten-inping all the fun. It was saOmaUMO
thriller, the Chevies became PS* that praise have been estatd e1
clfic Twilight League champlo s bya some ikel d fti. la
of 1953 by beating the Balboa Aarico wa t ivdua
High School team 6-5. During hting star of the game with a
the course of the game, thf double, triple aad homer.
score was tied three times.
The runs were matched almo" The.bo rsore.
every inning although Balbo DliSbo& al pl- A R H 3O AA 0
High drew first bloodnthefrO Gala, .. b. 0 0 -
and third innings. But the Chev- &als. B., s. 5 -4 I I
lea came back with oe in the R bourne, rf. 5 0 11
third, one in the fifth and thse ooSb I 0 4 S
tying- run InAhe alxtar. MeOa- .
while Balboa Migh was being I lb .. 1
handcuffed Bv-LarrbaUga. wlRie -t
in the seventh, Balboa High oLIee. i,
took the lead .am ust oo -. 1 a
shor-l a&Vt e Chevi.es tied W -
it uo in the bottoniW of 'th Total~,, ..'
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took the lead and held it for
Inning, as the Cheviei ea
rcwrg back In the bottom
of the ninth to tie it U ao
By this time both starting fI-
ers, Don Morton and FYU Lar-
rinaga. who'"had 1ho% *brl0l- .
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'.' .Team Standings 2nd ialf Wednesdav afternoon the u
Te, am W L Pet. set of the season was witneM
III r Rorugh I Firemen's Insurance 6 0 1.000 when Baxter's Transporters wal
S4 Elks 4 2 .66' loped CAA thirteen to one.
CAA 2 4 .333 The CAA standby, Ted Jordan,
iP an Liqunio 4 .333 Just did not have it and after
y FR Baxter's 2 6 .250 hurling "our innings was reliev-
UnitedPer |a.r .L q cd by George Tartlinger on the
Night* Tueaday's Result mound. Jodan gave up only four
Elks 17. Pan Liquido 2 base bits but his dneus ut
Syo Maren S You i Yesterday's KReult eleven men on base via the free
uqse your own od' *agt Baxter's 13, CAA 1 pass route. Tarflinger just out
S m t Meer J s .a Btl boa' B.High Sh6ol tracksters. Today's Game of the hospital, did not do muah
Slli .ea the long on quantity and short on Firemen's In. vs. Pan Liquido better, being responsible for tU
a-4S r h" of 1953 o- be- on A ril 2 hits, two runs and five bases ol
ftl ?1 by Jim Konstanty. of .It on April 24, when ey will Tuesday afternoon the Local balls in two mnin .
X Stbnty? Surely you haven't be out to defend the Balboa Re- Elks No. 1414 trounced Pan Li- Woody Woodruff, actually the
I fi-irk? lRubbeor-rmed relief __ lays title they won last year.
S bbStar of 150. Most Yel.- Competitole the won last lyear. quido to the tune of seventeen league's leading batter, but short
Sot11er of th50e Mor t .al- r**e Competition frl not only be to two it the Pacific Softball a few offidtal times at the platd
S l eor In the N M tal much keener fron all sources, Field on Galliard highway. chalked up three for four, one
S 1a 0erIna losing th Ie= Of but Hhe Bulldogs have sufficientt Bill Muller, winning his third a homer in the third which the
e l.l World lSerle. Peapa .AA glaring weaknesses n their ame with no losses since trans. center fle!dcr Jumper for but
a greater rolled pitcher than nyoft e qud to give them plenty of erring to the Elks, allowed only managed only a deflection off
S Ugh CaeyA Joe Page or Johnny worfour base hits and two free pas- the glove.
'Mu W, h. fR frer SS The Res wyh .dl b e run ea. Al Miller. the winner, went
N fh h W farther" for the fourtelaysh conwill be runtime George Orlasham toed the the distance for Baxter's and
Sstano 111 tha s na 9M but tofr rthis year, wille ve tueas mound all tie way for Pan LI- was responsible for only five
day the bpetaled former fro all branches of the Armed welveo ut wes charged wth base hits witJohn P no wals expected
dchay teIs beattdg hW S"eryes, C rlstfobwl High. Junior twelve mities and seven bases Di John Pistro is epcted
il -t W u inth o of Colese, thn e Athret Club, and on balls plus hitting a batsman back on the Jsthmus in the near
fiexlSt r"oordsi of aE ig the B'YS Club. hibrook Air Force with a pitched ball. future and CAA promise to get
p w Cer in the d ap Bse has a squad of 35 or 30 men Pete e celebrating the revenge for the four game they
e .. sftheL JItet now B working out daily, and have al- birth of a baby boy, had a per- have lost.
s i te into the dear't. .ready signified their i intention of feet day at tne plate with four
tsoI j.,u lt athe Pdp .takin home the elaystrophy solidehts for four tries. Yesterday', box score:
tstartingpitcher. this year. Tuesday's box score: CAA
s bid fer a soume- The Bulldog seem to a veA S a B1
Ba pae ates st h PAN LIQUIDO Cox. as
ye when he pliheb field events this year. JiaA May B AK H R Malene.,3b 3 0 0
m wa-hit*er eor the and events th Ois have ti nM Foster, If 2 0 0 Patterson, 2b 3 a 0
Ua isonly the MAW'C t..CYrB0 A over 21 feet in the broad jump, Presho, ais 2 0 0 Tartlinger, lb-p 3 1 0
w, fre" d. o! te has g one over the -Sal sbury,. 2b 3 0 0 Jordan, p-f 2 0 0
iLeg pri tcheg Bo at P l46-foot mark in the &hog. and Goodwtin. Ib 3 1 Frick. 1 00
wi spring -"Johnny. sa .1WSl Bell has done 10-6 ti the Rathgeber, Ed.,.c 3 1 0 Polomk,
irate. s and ail V' pDole vault, with teammate Curtis Kelleher D., ct 3 1 1 Jones, c 2 0 0
Bkeba Dodgeh being ._Jei_ not too fe offrWithTo L 10. Vacherb 3 1 2 Baker I
01 ft. 3 in. mark to an credit. Lee. rf 2 0 Miller, of 1
yesterday's shtltut, Kelleher, Bud.. rf 1 0 0 Hobart,. c-lo 2 0
t m3 ~.old' r tha2 "In the high jumni Jaime a. sksGrLshai, p 1 0 0 Nicholson, rf 2 0
h" toe l a24 e h shas done 5-8, Jim Mixy 5-7 and
ld 0 A Onu Baot ee PdCty Inaa practiceJaump,.Laambert Totals 23 4 2 Totals 26 5
I wboaft 1.60 ned w Manyvon leae4 d 5ft. i9%aIn. -
Spr.vious outings Jim Jones stands ou r n ic t he best ELKS
SM.1 he At h' rJolets al bo hb the discus for the Bulldogs 02e AS HR R 4AXTER'S
t h f noth e,, wh But Top Stars Are Bargains vealnes over the121-. 5 2 .,
Reds two in five. By VI SWNIDEB Muller., 3 Medinger, 2b 3 0
ihing the0 United leas Spdrt Writer With the exception of Ted Rager.,b 4 1 1 Woodruff. ss 4 3
era' camp, too, a NorMs tn the sprints, Ton Jenk. Oyster lb 2 1 2 McGlade. J., If 2 0 1
h it1-0 victory over the ins, Ray Nicklatner and Pancho Hale, H.., f 3 2 3 Anderson, lb 2 0 1
Sfat*Whwhttlaietended Brooklyn YORK, M e26 (UP) Carl Schelb of the Athe Detgado In the 440, the Btldbgs Murphy, c 3 0 0 Mclade, C., c 2 0 1
pitehau' string of ecosecutte t lk 's bonus .Bbt .get was the bines; b 04the opes re n the hands of Roberto, 2b 2 2 2 Lawyer, r 3 1 1
O.l ani.BU to 30. Rookie plenty o publicity these ays biggest oarln sta in voters in the 10th and 11th Herrington, rf 2 0 0 Correa, Sb I 0 2
sla" oominal in the latest, bls;i had great sources on the n0na in track.
S3awooutld reli ei al 9 ethq Clardinals, that ear waith po that code Totals -29 12* 17 Totals 22 13s
whoes dream-tesi asO k led was hut, t 50anl told. g rgotht ShIlb Anyone desiring information
Stan Muslal. founding into to the Plates, got a albb from a for 10 cents, tlr e price of a car- on the alb Relays should Score by Inning o re by Inninp
.form, bammtored y e fhi tInarina sot aw o st ln. 'lM eontabt Olcl Jehn Fawcett at Pan Liquido 000 200 0- 2 CAA 100000 0.-- &
sprt prtc RI7 terst u itdhi began the albos rGym. Elks 025 208 x-17 Baxter's 401 0Z O::-is
,W40has INn e 0. mOthe a Red Babyendleahoflthe
a re IN outfield berth Ph ouct- otCh aai ,a B whA h1?lp51 tf,-ree.
b a tJ oatt h X a r aqs t p e f ar as OR A
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To Start Easing Off In July
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WASHINGTON, March 26 (UP) and veterinarians between July
-The Defense D e p a rtment's 1, 1953, and July 1, 1954 and 10,-
manpower chief said today that 949 in the following 12 months.
draft calls will start easing off Lynch said that with lower
in July and that no drastic draft calls the nation should
change in present deferment po- be "roughly on balance on
licies will be needed to meet mill- manpower," with enough men
tary manpower goals. in the selective service pool to
Simultaneously, department meet military demands with-
c o u n s e I Robert Kent ask- out any big change in defer-
ed the Budget Bureau to en- ment policies.
dorse a plea to Congress to ex-
tend the medical draft for two His statement closely followed
years. Defense Secretary Charles E.
He said the law, now scheduled Wilson's order to the armed
to expire July 1, is the "only services to scale down their man-
means" by which the armed power needs in anticipation of a
services can get needed physici- drawnout period of "neither
ans, dentists and veterinarians, peace nor war."
The overall draft outlook was Wilson disclosed Monday he
described by Maj. Gen. E. C. plans to cut total military
Lynch, chief of the office of strength below the present 3,-
manpower requirements. 500,000-man level.
He said the armed forces now However, the big reason for
plan to draft only 450,000 men in the tapering off .of draft calls is
the next fiscal year starting Ju- that the turnover of military
ly 1. o personnel is entering an "off
That would be an average of year," based on the cycle of the
37,500 a month, or about 12,500 two-year draft term.
fewer than the monthly aver-
age during the present year.
The reduction was made pos- T e
sible by the fact that fewer men
now in service are due to return;
to civilian life during the com- i-d-'s Bench
ing year. Iw J wd
Lynch also said In an interview
that the reduction means no
drastic changes will be needed For disorderly conduct. Agus-
n des of the arment policies to meet de- tin Acevedo, a Panamanian, was
mands of the armed services, sentenced to serve 15 days in lall
That will tend to ease the situa- sentenced to serve 15 days n
on of new fathers and students. during this morning's session in
Kent said the armed services the Balboa Magistrate's Court.
wilKe ntee said th e armed servis He was arrested on the morals
will need 6,193 physians. dentists charge of propositioning a po-
liceman on Fourth Of July Ave-
T n i rl nue March 8.
Tennis PrO 's T l Two Panamanians were each
given 15-day jail sentences for
Al A stealing six blocks of C-2 dyna-
mite worth $2.04 from the Inter-
American Geodetic Survey.
nsel Drops ase T' defendants. Solomon Bal-
ley. 24. and Hilbert Chester Mc-
5JTIoin %2w.ar p all fAni LU .i U .uI


NEW YORK. March 26 (UP)-
The Mann Act trial of former
tennis star John R. Howard Jr.,
was postponed again today after
a courthouse corridor conference
between defense and prosecution
attorneys.
When court opened. Howard's
attorney. Martin Benjamil. told
Federal Judge Gregory F. Noon-
an that he no longer could act
in his client's best interest.
He said that he had been ne-
gotlaUtng with government at-
Sorneys and had made commit-
ments to the prosecutor's office
which were "not in the best in-
terest of my client to continue."
Noonan granted Benjamin's
Unusual move to withdraw and
put the case over until Monday.
It seemed likely that the trial
would be delayed even further.
although Howard said he would
arrange immediately for new
counsel.
Howard, former husband of
actress Diana Barrymore. is
charged with bringing a Holly-
Wood bit actress to New York for
purposes of prostitution.


, nInL11, 3., Were aioU 1UUJiU UUbv
of unlawfully transporting dvy-
namite on Curundu Road with
out a permit from the Governor
to do so. On this second charge
they were each placed on one-
year suspended sentences.
For driving a truck on Fourth
of July Avenue without a driv-
er's license, Manuel Lorenzo L6-
pez, 46, Panamanian, was fined
$10. For failing to have pa valic
certificate of inspection, he was
placed op one-year Drobation.

Electric Service
ComDony Awarded
Ft. Claytot Job
The Electric Service Company
of Panama has been awarded a
contract with the United States
Army in the amQunt of $39,689
to make modifications to build-
Ing 127 at Fort Clayton.
Word is scheduled to start on
or about April 1 and is expected
to be completed by June 30. The
building will be used by the In-
ter-American Geodetic Survey.


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TWEI-KTB EITHER.


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ATLANTA, March 26 (UP) -
Gov. Herman Talmadge said to-
day President Elsenhower made
a "great mistake" In banning
segregation in schools operated
by the federal government on
Army posts.
"He is making a great mis-
take," Talmadge said at his
Lovejoy farm. "Truman's ad-
vocacy of such measures con-
tributed greatly to Elsenhower's
victory. Hlow it looks like Elsen-
hower is trying to go Truman
one better.
"Non-seg.-egation won't work
in the .3outh. The White people
don't want it and the Negroes
don't either."
Lanier County Rep. John Greer
said here he hoped Southern
Democrats who "deserted their
party to support Eisenhower on
Ihe theory that he would uphold
segregation are satisfied."
The President's order will af-
fect schools operated by the
federal government for Army
personnel at the huge Ft. Ben-
ning Infantry training center
near Columbus.
There are four white elemen-
0tary schools on the post with
1,063 students and 45 teachers.
There s une Negro school for
31 pupils with two teachers.
Ft. Benning officials said that
In compliance with the Pres-
ident's order the schools on the
post will be operated on a non-
segregated basis beginning In
September.
High school children of Ft.
Benning personnel attend Mus-
:ogee County schools in and
near Columbus and the Army
pays tuition for them. Muscogee
County 'School Supt. W. H. Shaw
said the strict segregation policy
in these schools will not be al-
tered.
Some elementary school chil-
dren of Ft. Benning personnel
who live oft the military post


SAviation Magazine

'Reveals Delails

Of Guided Missile
WASHINGTON. March 26 (UP)
-The Air Force plan produc-
tion within a few years of a
twice-the-speed-of-sound guid-
ed missile designed to track
down and ram attacking enemy
bombers.
The pilotless "fighter plane,"
It vis learned, is the Boeing
XF-99 Bomarc which is expect-
ed eventually to play an impor-
tant role in protecting the na-
tion from possible enemy air
raids.
The disclosure came as the
authoritative trade magazine,
"American Aviation," published
what it called "the first official
Air Force drawing" of the Bo-
marc.
The Air Force refused com-
ment on the picture but Its pub-
lication is a matter of concern
among top officials.
The 1500-mile-an-hour missile
will be produced by the Boeing
Airplane Co., of Seattle, Wash.
The firm is setting up a special
division to handle it.
The guided missile, which car-
ries explosives in Its nose, will
be launched from the ground. It
was understood it will be pow-
ered by two ramiet engines with
an auxillanr rocket giving it
enough power to double the
speed of sound.
Air Force officers believe the
Bornare and other guided mis-
siles being developed will great-
Iv Increarp the "kill factor" in
intercepting enemy air attacks.
At present, knocking down three
out of 10 attacking bombers
would be considered a high per-
centage.
The Air Force has revealed
that there are development con-
tracts on the Bomarc but has
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before the 194. election bam-
pign he opuomed ending mili-
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of our own fight against Pres-
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further than Mr. Truman."
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