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.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
lcc - Newspaper
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AM' RSES OU aore4, where Tadh
ie exchange of sic n t".-t IeBs1 of war,'eedef VI
a ioble surgical hodplta .receive the ailing men.


'OK, April 8 (UP)
Korea, which now
reach, would con-
innhjwer ad4inas-
trgeet new prob-
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real4bat szenhow-
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PANMUNJOM, Korea, April 8 (UP) The Unit
Natiomnspressed the Communists today to send back
thn saol) sal wounded prisoners of war a nu
Sw~lti Alfisaid was "incredibly small ."
A he inesOg11g on exchanging disabled prionmers,
Reds and te Iited Nations frrded figures on tik .,U
ber ig p ners they hold.
w ktde l ure of 0h included 450 South KoreW
and 150 Au0fcan, British Commonwealth, Turkish *I
other U.N. trol. It was possible that not more th 100
Americas wo be in the total. 9
Rear Adm. John C. Daniel of the U.N. in turn
the NAgs are prepared to turn ove 5,800 ailing Cou
ist prices, including 5,I1 dtth Koreans and, 71
.W&en the comauluntU ad di- '"Accordingly," he said. "1 sae
closed their futures, D Ial tol not nad any reason why the
worth Krean maj. a. fi urea are inreal are cre a
ig Che: He amd, however, that id
"The figures o sick jlnd RedS would check the ftm-S.
wquniad eaptuM 'lei poe gain to break tnee iff
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Defuren,, tMCat. Ame rica
troops '.U have to remain oi-
guard asalga a revival of Retd
aggresin In Korea even it
"pa er caLom-e."
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aetary Club ef- Panam -
nflla om ta day he,.
twl' .1 /wn 4 .tmlot I Y .
StSu s at peusoVal t AL. RUN IN
Ainys, who iaitrg tha to co uaan holds a
qtu thte t mu e.when maet wounded prisoners
Iii W, ucoeasul. The
Wulasm r *t year
Wt. he t adidft ag
t su 1pornce. In t*n
vembaM f twfna ofrie*adA *&HNIN.-
Lands and ,rietdhs

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Needom Village a UN medical
, for the receiving of sick and
se Reds If the exchange parley
fectech' recorded, fed, treated
Be Marines.

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that yeu haveiln 7 y uM e
r y, rqqueatT thalt p With a Mab".r f 3ar
you ave these figures reviewed N. penmsel to b returnu'j
and 'a mote liberal naterpreta- Recent Oommunist peag 0
tienanade of your deftinton of moves have Inspired new ha
reserve the right to make fur- Americana caught behind
their comment on these figures Iro Curtain may soon be
a Iltet date." to return home.
Lee rcUeel the Casuia Ab6ut M 0 of them are'
bad "checked .%O l I ty prisoners of war In
detail" before" puttlg forth and their ate hinges
their hures. come of truce negotlattom
--- Panamnmjom.

oNf from the Western wor4

lsever a"l-lea r .
.. T nowhere.' But U.S. li -
us Mi"Y 1TOWl bopeful that the Coman
may now be ready to turn.
or them loose. r

WApH NTUN, Aonil 8 (UP)-
Heavy fighting for Old Baldy in
Korea boosted American casual-
ties by 1,03 in One week, largest
increase rine lst November,
the Defeae Department report-
ed today.
The lncreae'boosted the an-
nouncel i o casualties w
The t reflect the re-
cent heavtilhtg on the west-
ern front Korea. The bloody
battles on Old w dy,
Porkchod oun ker, and La Ve-
gas hills. '
More.ta ib halof the nqw ca-
suaIle ale sur ered Iy. the
Martea y m than hfU the
total dea i Increase also ws
recorded 1 the Martne..
The Wei of e at llts telide
23,5t7 t r wounded In
action, .Ir mssIng, 21 cap-
tured, ,and w1,2I previously mis-
Ing but iee returned to mIU-
The afhalted Includ those
whose ne 'of kin were notified
through wAFriday.
The 1,16 weekly Increase Is
the largest aince a 1,l 31 Increase
reported "t Nov. 7 and com-
pares with af. Increase of 404 re-
ported last 'u ek.
Of the increase, the Marines
suffered ;L cmialttes: the
Army 4e4k Navy 41, and the
The n i deae increa-.
o4 bW 1 a wich -a*re Ma-

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They -te that the Fm
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Rusia Red Cof S aw .t,
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Kor InfiNats
thGotelnme efflrtis o
mathere ae. relto o,000
S. clivUrwho have beeR b*
in Noet Lo Ai since walew,
of the Kan war.

"dual tmen n the d amid -
niat wesdd.
These as mostly maursvh
Am erlea ws o wta ght In R* 0at
sateolta aintiDM* end daJ4
the Red a ctieig fS ig
countdI.,. .
The Uciated Sttes claim
are A s 3Jtd m.
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p gI o MONTHS. "IN ADVANCE 0O13 no ..o_ By Victor Riesel "

vision of the U. S. Justice Dept. 'A
are carefully poring over what C .
E s described as an "initial" 00-
\ A page FBI report on waterfront
Brackets -- the operation base for
o the national crime syndicate
,- and Its "troops" of enforcers.
The Mail Bex is an open forum for readen of The Pame Amer'- This startling document was
eMa. Ltts re received gratefully and are handled in a wholly conii- compiled after analysis in
'Veinl mesa. Wasnington of individual re-
If you eamtribute a letter don't be Impatient It it doesn't happier the ports by scores of "Bureau" a-
deit day. Letter published i the order eeived* gents. For many months these
Pleas ry to kep the letters limited to one paoe length. f1BI men worked on a front
Identity of letter wriern ow is heldn strictest confidence. ranging ftom Miami to Chicago -
This newspaper essumae no responsibility for statements as opinions to Boston and on to New York.
epxresed in letters from reedrsn. This amazing record of twen-
-- o tieth century banditry, it is -.*
said, proves that many a prom- .-
LET'S LEARN THE FACTS inent national figure whll be
LET'S LEARN TE FACTS sharply embarrassed if the full
story of Federal and local po- 0
Sir: litical protection of the mobs is 0
As an employee of the Pan Canal, with many years of service ever told.
down here, and from experience I know that it costs $2300 per fair ia t e
year to send a child to a university in tne States when that uni- In all fairness Is must be
versity is not State subsidized, do take exception to many of th reported that th i political
remarks made in this column about two weeks ago by, "Just An- combine has paralyzed many
other Government Employe." a labor leader who tried to
You, my friend, accuse "Just a Government Employe" of be- get police aid in fighting elf
Ing the type of person the Russians have capitalized on, yet in the mobs. In some cases sueh
that very same paragraph you attempt to sow the seed ot unrest flen found that every tI=m a
among your fellow employes by attempting to cast mud upon they protested to the regional
Americans down here in various enterprises in the C.Z., who are pohce, word was flash Ill
not Government employes and who do not pay income tax. wiftly to mob headquarters
Might I suggest that before you spout off about our next door even before the union cheifs
neighbors you read section 262 of the Revenue Act of 1952, then returned to their own offices.
read the Committee Report pertaining to that section. Follow I
this by reading Income Tax Unit Ruling 1438. BeholO, when the Therefore it was inevitable
light of day breaks overs the horizon, you may come to the con- that AFL president George .
elusion that in the period between January 1, 1921 and December Meany would sharply reot L .r
31, 1950, you were not subject to income taxes, that Is if you earn- the public attack upon the AL
ed enough to normally be subject to such taxation, no& because by 10IO president Walter Reu- .-. i
of any God-given right of being a government employee in a de- their -who openly criticized the
pendency area of the U.S., but because Congress wanted to induce I *deration for "t o 1 e r a t I n g" :
American business concerns to establish branches and hire Amer- racketeering in its ranks. -
Ican emot yea in the various possealsons and dependency areas It was also inevitable that
of the United States. this criticism would result in
I might add that I have spoken to many American citizens the first frank statements by
employed by various United States concerns in the Canal Zone, prominent AFL and CIO leaders
and without exception they have said that they consider it unfair that American labor was en-
that Congress should tax us and not them. gaged in a national civil war
Yes, too would like to have both sales store and Post Ex- and that talk of merging bothBy BOB
change privileges and some years ago I took the time and trouble labor groups into one organisa- By OB
to find out why I could not have them. What do you think I tion of 16,000,000 members was --
lound to be the road-block nothing other than a letter from just so much verbal shadow-
the Fan Canal to the Commanding General and Admiral, stating boxing. NEW YORK.-I imagine there Is an awful lot
In effect, that the Panama Canal commissary was established for That labor war is on now. of quiet glee these days in the ranks of the Dem- ,
the use of the Panama Canal employee, and that competition on And It's losing Its diplomatic ocrats, who are watching a dog-and-pony show i
the Canal Zone by other government agencies would not be toler- touch, that threatens to rival the hassel tat rid the
ated in so far as Panama Canal employes were concerned. Only a few days ago Meany land of Democratic influence for four g ears. c
As for a military transport I rode on one once, and on the spoke out bluntly against Wal- They muss be kICltag themselves with laughter
second day out I came to the conclusion that one got only what ter Reuther, as he always does over rsftare Mister Roberts, whbh hal already b
he paid for. Then and there I decided that in the future, If I when angered. In a little no. exhibited sth am aspects a the repub-
could not afford better transportation I would stay put. tired talk at Georgetown Uni- lican National Chairman f;gurfin an influence
In conclusion, might I suggest that all Government employes versity, the husky AFL rt ei- deal that Involves not five percent of recent red- f
in the Canal Zone quit throwing mud at each other and practice dent hit at the heart of the Olent tame, but 10 percent in the sale of a
the principle that our country was founded upon in union rackets problem, building the State of Kansas allegedly already z
there is strength, united we stand, divided we fall. Petty differ- "Im very much disappointed owned, Mly, and my again, whatever happened
ences and ignorance of subjects discussed publicly has caused the that the issues are going to be to old'weet Thing Caudle
nesu of many desiranole conautions locally. discussed in the public press, Then we have been treated to a delicious perv- r
"Menay said, referring- to Neu- ain of charsetr asetiat by that doughty '
Yours forunifiltion, there's statement that nollf Mt <>-r. Joe M0r w1h tb
Pan Canal Employe could result from yesterday Senate going at another tooth and claw,
AFL.OIO peace sesiton un&2and the Presidents. choice for Moscow Ambas- C
the AFL dumps the racketeers sador, Chip Bohlen, being hung high for m- t
EXCESS WEIGHT IN THE CANAL ZONE who have invaded sections of it stringing, and blood all over the was. e
EXCESS WEIGHT IN THE CANAL ZONE "Racketeering on the Ne 'where much f4t to a )ob d Nry-
York waterfront is steaint. Thice I' c. because ume
SSir: AL is not charged with a duty dec to Wwlk for his some th,
With the controversy going on over the reduction of force in out. age he dn that the law a out reputa d judmam p
the Canal Zone, it remium.a o. one time years ago in New Yor "I the A set out e. dn on I rB nto u ,
City when they started Ly first laynig oit 20 scrub women who iate racketeering on the New And Washn n being what t s-the greater
were receiving $1 per day (to balance the budget.) York waterfront, we'd have to gOipn mll in the world-It is almost impossible t
If the hard working average man down here wants any more somethenr resembnt e to escape impugnment, because every time you It
Sroot of there being too much beei here, let him, with e the 2- o tngresembling the o escape impumete ru tattling o to the
inch waist and 150 lb. active variety, try to buy some clothes in tceh o armed po- fire a clerk for cause he rmetattlir ngof a hi there
the commissaries. What do you usually find? Pants 42 to 48 in.c e. If we sent a d of our The loose talk seems inevitably to wind UP r
waist; shirts, size 17; hats, 8 to 10',2. very member olup ere, e- the w of the McCartva. who shout from their
S I often wondered how men of tnis size could feel comfortable arrested of it would be immunity and ey bo to chck a t et.
K behind a desk. Pushing a pen or playing on a typewriter machine arrested by the New York plmce." A lot of peoand rafy tht M ecarthy.wift.
with one hand? I imagine that's wny ou see so many of tnem Wat MeA l o l refd tacant yar ha In ghne wn a _
. | hosting out in their favorite spot, increasing their already over- biatuely, any referred to 0 cleaning up the country. thal the end j i-
i a edwhistline, or riding around and trying to squeeze themselves blitel It seems eto me, was fled his neans. Ceoannly.atha voters In Wucon-
Sinto little M.G. cars while some pimnc-sizea non-Ud citizen is doing t a, that only a shooting sin thought so. and certainly the Republican
their work for a half-pint salary. v A, or pole action, could brain trn t thought so.
I often wondered where they all come from. Certainly not dre the mobsters off the -
California. California Is noted for its climate. And surely not piers, where they mulet 35o0,- d -
Rhode Island. Tris state is noted for Its Twin Capitals. h0,000A year rom America's
It must be??? You're right, it is! merchants and consumers.
'Now if you have $120. how muca will you bet on the jack pot
.3,500 question oi who wall be fired when the big reduction comes. But it would be nive of any-
mou)M right again. It's the little fellow. Ore to think that Meany be-
S ieves he can Ignore the crimli-
This should be one for Ripley. nal Invasion Of the AFL. TI-01 o .A
Yours In fun, He doesn't plan to -and his TICKETS TO VOADWAW
Believe It Or Not -'trategy Is simple. He will mere- Holwed alh "sot the Bible. 2%
Sv remove the AL label fr^m Good Book Saler as a Satnful Temptress.
............. ..... criminal theonA label rom In the filE if worth, she is pwe,
Answer to Previous Puzzle .m nothinsl butIa band of teically an a the fil e t esa I e
Lincoln's Birthday A w. :r'atea operating on thei own stand the sepay'
Ami 0 o o A .'thout the protection or res- quit... wi wyearsa wHt mee of
Si N A li -atabillty of a labor Cover. r t hitled: "n M towji ea(W, has saetheri~
4 ONTAL VERTICAL Z 5 5|N That's what he told the In-...The N. d .:W"wiule embtasan s three it-
A sm Retinue lternatlonal Lon foreman's lionaires: GIWbb Hawkls anad Wattl... Gui1l I
-a1R u wIG GbIr !ider, Joe Ryan, behind closed Vanderbilt is pgbmtW baeW H a poew
benIns&i.wo g3Unclothedbra Is M ', doors In AFL headquarters the theater" heas," .'1- Tomeee WIlinn ms.
,.... 4 Feminine nther day when Ryan asked enlisting 3,M atsss (feos all fieIdM to@
1 -waU.S. appellation Jut what. he must do to keep help.. .Amblpgsmdie to Italy ClanIe Wothe ies
^K cor, t 12Pol nrol. Meany told Ryan h has 5o y i(
A ggsit he 5 Seine h couldn't keep control that he cohe-is to a yeafthf epoer (cadlos I
7 Yellow bu5lle u 0 In effect, Meany said: night for h i .O O n u ao ( 1
_a8 thiome 23 Growls 41 SaIlors ag"There are all sorts of charges starting this evo' *..A _edbn repeat that Moe- I
r Arrow polsen 24 Trees 42 The dill againyou, Joe. Refute tm, garel Whiting Is t.
l uNot as much 25 Greek portico 43 Bones or clean up -or et out. ng ph.. recoriRS star ee carr. He's the Ame i
S 12 Polynesian 26 Planned 45 Hastener .If you can't answer VGuy.
chestnut journey 46 Chief god of t arge eles up then-
13 Western cattle28 Tolletry cas. the Eddas you go yonr way uad we go If you investS N00 In Oklahoma" (the 10-
agkSldest was show 29 Dispatch 47 Roves idly and you'll be at th Ae ysar i? I. you wain A hae $s"OMc^00..m.What Price
S21 edwith 18 Onager 30 Large plant 49 Ventilate othlg Ulke wAt0 he AL- Oscars? Katin Meud ees McC
l 20 Violent dread 36 Amusements 50 Powerful oled wl h1as bem al- and Kim Hunter td with Academy Award
|2i 21 Type of fur 37 Health resort explosive n, D* bi the for top supporting le t a h, resent year) are
B 22 Boisterous 40 Famous' 52 Novel This then will Ilft t AW no longer tolling thi mviet mine.. The au-ls
n*cname of Mthor of the corn _rr'Wo; "Irn e ,srItc s^ I
s player Engiish school 53 Age lael off crime on the water- ins a pleW coda
s Irrnt, Just as Dave Beok is try- word at Texas Ouaa._16 id-So., whoe a I
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I imagine now that there are som9 grave head-
raggings in the council halls, after this latest
uproar over Bohlean.
The Republicans have not been noted for any
oheslon or inner loyalty tq one another. They,
won despite bad management last fall, Ulrely
because the nation was sick of All Traman and
hia 40 thieves.
I recall Bob Tafl tried to steal nm i.tin
rom Ike, and, m .omeboy ad a ,
wasu hanged for trying to &teal hse didnt
MacArthur, the other I o andat.
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We didn't want
hb% ob& .Sem. s of the
women akartd ledb with
* driver ta totakea Wtevr
he wanted to go," Smith Rid.
In jail' Aere, oif.eef sald Dub--
naD ap e uedO oft on mind.
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Delys are costly. Our praopt deli'Ly s i 1e a eg,

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American Woman 'Stowaway' for ye-r-is grudgingly yieldir~
Taken Off "Flying Arrow" to cle "- ost pressure on Pan
Mrs. Helene I. Smit wife of Amer;. i VTorld Airways plane".
the first engineer R.'ph E. Carc'y mints are now being
Smith on the Flying Arrow. was dispcn-cd on all PAA flights out.
taken off the ship when it trpn- of Miami and will be used
sited the Canal yesterday and re- throughout the Latin American
turned by air to her home in Bay Division as soon as the present
St. Louis, Miss. i gum stock runs out.
The 44-year-old Amer c an The switch front gum to mints
woman came off the ship wear- will result in a handsome sav-
ing a pair of white shorts and Ing in cleaning and gum-remov-
her husband's shirt, which she ing costs-and a neater appear-
declared to customs to be her on- anc? of the planes' upholstery
ly belongings on the trip. and floor coverings.
She is understood to have told
authorities she fell ee Last year PAA dispensed 1,-
on the ship before it sale rm 270,500 boxes of gum (two pieces
SanFrancisco and was carried per box) to its Latin American
o sa acsco and was ca Division passengers. The gum
ose accdentally. i big ncame to $6e978r75 n
Her husband resumed his voy-lbi came to $6,978.75.
ageon the 1,214-ton Isbrandsten No estimate is available on the
vessel which fies an Ameri cost involved n removing the
can flag. The Flying Arrow was slightly used chicle from the
bound for New York from Call- lanes' furnishings.
forni Chewing gum has been dis-

Company andes the ship local- Theswallowing process induced
ly. by chewing serves to offset the
AA Changes From Chewn effect on the eardrums of chang-
GumA Chants From Chewnger es in air pressure.resulting from
o in"s Fr tandads near- changes in altitude during take-
Chewin gum--standard "ear- offs and landings.
opener" for airline passengers Modffsern pressured cabins have
almost eliminated ear discomfort,
RUTH MILETT Say. but altitude changes till are no-
t" ticeable d l
oMints are equally remedial as
Sgum-and aren't apt to get stuck
They have been married 20 up about It.
years. During most of those years tI
he admits he drank a lot and i. S. Cretobal To Arrive
ran around with other women. F Monday With M AboardI
But a couple of years ago he The 8.8. Ancon Is scheduled
stopped drinking and philander- t arrive in Cristobal Monday
Ing and expected to lead a hap- with a0 passengers from New
s le with his wife and five York, according to the advance
Children. passenger list from the Panama
He can't seem 'to understand Line offices.
why things aren't working out as The complete advance t fol-
he expected. His wife doesn't F lows:
seem to care anything about him Mrs. Aminta Ber i; Mrs.
and home life doesn't offer the May Keith Biggar; Miss Virginia
peace he is ready for. He can't Keith Biggar; iMavrgaret
figureS ut why. May Biggar; Howard r Blaney;,
Well,it is pretty simple for anand Mr. and Mrs. Frank Botv
outsider to understand. For tomley and daughter, lizabeth.
years he has hurt, humiliated, Miss Edith Caverly; Miss Flo-
and neglected his wife and fam- na Caverly; Mr. and Mrs. Ed-
y. He has taught his wife to ex- ward Challandes. Miss Helen
pect nothing from him and she Chandler; Mr. and Mrs. Ben-
has learned her lesson well. jamin S. Chisholm; Mis Flor-
Now suddenly he is tired of the ence Collins; Mrs. Mabel Cul-
ind of life he has led and is bertson; and Mr, and Mrs.
ready to settle down In his sel- Charles A. Cusnk..
fishness hethought that all he Mr. and Mras Max Danels;
ad to do to have his wife andClaude B. Davis Mr. and Mrs.
children receive him with open Louis DePaoll; ;Mi Vivienne
arms was announce that he was DeStefano; Werner Doepper;
a reformed man. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin J..DDOnel-
BUT THE TRANSITION Mly Frieda Eisena rg; Mrs;
IS NOT EASY yMae 0. Fahnestock; Mta sThe-
S, resa Farley; Mr and Mr. an s. Rob-
Naturally, it isn't that simple, ert Fennell; George Fizzouglo;
A msn can't be an outsider to lh Mr Ms. Maria 0. Frachi; Mr. and
family circle for years and then Mrs. George E. Gambier-Bo.s-
bten ek
**V bacP pth g cc i ht -,hiod; and Mr. andrs. Sa t
esped h-snptl- Goldman.
erc to earn.' I Miss Zelda Hammernik; Rob-
If he really wants to'become I Miss ZedP Ha!ut Mrs. Maer yRb
loved husband and respected eady Haaur and Mrs. M ry L.I
lather, he is going to havb toMr. and Mrs. 'r
face the fact that he will huve to 70Mr. 0eM; MA.Mewlett;
.Cend the rest of his life work- Ros H. Hollowell; and Freeland
bJ for tae love and respect he R. Hollowell.
Vints. Mr. and Mrs. Easman Jacobus;
He will also have to accept the Miss Leonor Jump: Mrs. 0. L.
fact that there will -always be Kettenbach; Msiss Winifred
some bitterness toward him in Levey; Miss Grace K. Melghan:
the heart and minds of the fam- Dr. and Mrs. Luclen Pastore and
Ily he neglected so long. four children; and Mr. and Mrs.
It is ilvery well for him, to G. D. Price.
say, "That's all in the past and Mrs. Jessie Rainey; Miss Jean-
I'm a changed man now." But nette Robovsky: Mrs. Dorothy
his wife and children will never Roetter; Mis Diane Roetter;
entirely forget all those years Dr. and Mrs. James A. Rosen;
when he showed by his actions Mr. and Mrs. Ernest W. Row-
how unimportant they were to .ind; Miss Anna Russell; and
him.l Miss Elizabeth Russell.
It's a sad story all right. But Mrs. Grace Bchuettler; Mr.
he shouldn't feel too sorry- for and Mrs. Jean Senegas; Dr. and
himself. After all, he wrote the Mrs. John N. Shell; Miss M.
story. Char4otte Spohr; Harry td-

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Civic Council Cormunity Chest
Meets Tonight JMeeting Monday

of e monthly metAt iolboo YMCA
be held tonight at 7:30 in tihe annual meeting of the
board room of the Administa- (ial Zone CmfS y Chest
tion Building. WU-A be held uatt Maoday eve-
On the agenda ;Is report on te Znal50U of the
the United 8Stata Citiztens' Asso- UM A"USO*
elation. VisItor sire welcome to The meeting isopenU to con-
observe the co nmcl's meetings.t the Chest Fund a
well_ as to reprbeletativc8 of
nitz; Mrs. Ellen Stetler; M hasto, ,gep i the Ctiv of
Evelyn Strauss; and Mr. and and memobet of the
Mrs. Sam Unger. teat of directors, It will begin
at 7 pin.
Mr. and. Wa. Walter VanVUet A report will be made on the
and daughter; M.iss Florence drive for funds conducted last
Walsh; 7 atraub; Mr. all, and new members wi l be
Mrs. tp .. Whitney; ad elected to the board of direc-
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Household Automobiles as-F ,at I. h. padel l d FOSTER'S Cottages. One mile beyond
WHhelAllse, sisA .mm O.We.. Santa Clara. Completely furnished.
FR .AL.t cAI PONTIAC CATALINA Ase. C. Rock Gas RefrigerotOrs and Stoves.
;,I A,. ,,I C ,or.'. --. '-, 0C'00 nile-. r,It. 3 nCGr,an DR. WENDEHAKE Medicol Clinic, 2-01.70. '194
SO DLUM dALatr radio, DR. WNDEHIAK 'EOa C inU Og your linenrs. Phone Dagmar's U M UOj 9
,, t, -i A,r r.-. e xt.e^t Dul, a" House Bo. Cer.ntral Aenue & K Street Corner. --_ T
.,roBat'oO Ph..j 29 4 Telephone "-34 ,'9. Panon-. Spend your week end at Casino Santa
',, -oran c 0! K. Clara. cabin $4 00 a couple. Dance Reyo LIETIME Al *
FO. AL IeLE F.. Eee W.II the parv ho hd r- music by Casino Aces.
... .. .'. ,e --4-.9 pared at the Cos-no Santa Clo=a
O"P A' .- L 1. B e ptleoe check and see .if e has the GrOmlic Soant Clara beach.-
Call -' A D. "' rOR ,L --L4 Buk Tel. 4 rghl one Call Casino Santa Clara cottages Eletric Ie boxes. gas
knur _. ,ri,, He h b am to 4 p-n.' .. ..... es, moderate rae Tel phone
FOR "SA LE-H.- .u.h... t see after g. P m. at house No, lael vra AREA,' -"the Route of the t P
FOR SALE r u9l g n 51s t Street. P or ,,,, Good Neighbor." NO INCREASE ;L. 4 .5.- ,Pe ro Mt, 19
ubbr r, IN PRICES:... FREE MEALS... for t
tac ll o i j.-g ho', b.A'-O i CR SALE --Ford. 16 n-.odel. 2-do. COCKTILS! One-~ao to MIAMI. Philps. Oceanside cottages, Santa t o Gi t
cise 'anO. Qtr. :-44 LO' \ goad .hoap. radiO, best ote, 70 00...NEW YORK, $114.00. Clara. bt 435. Balboa. Phone
Pho. e Rod c. : ,evchierI .i8 SOW. 1303 Olc, GUAYAQUIL, $8000.. .QUI- Panama 3-1877. Cristobal 3-1673. qO. F NOVEY, INC.
C-O SALE-.-- e.. b iobcl roon, 123. i TO. 18600. Round trip to MIA.igeraton. e.- TeI
on ... c-; ....... -:-,"0! .ALE OF. TRADE--9-949 Che- Mi1. $126c0 ... NEW YORK. Williams' ntaClar-Bee.h c -(t-o. (b44 PgA", Tel. s0
,trand i.rach, -J "- ..' C ,ert..ile r Ce po.nt ,ob .' QUITO, $15480. BOEING 4-, Rockl~as rangers. Nlboa 2.3050. 194 r.nn -.c : ..' Tel b 2j)0 Albr.oA engine planes For mole details see Except *eek-end1 4!
elo, I.. ,: ,-1 r. ANMA DSPATC SERVICE. 36 FOR RENT iM -Ststt. S. A.
S^.- .'SA -19) oue.. .-.r A v. enida Noanal IAutomob.le F OR Rft .1 eto .
tme hCe -. _r ,or.. SAL --I90 Dge coupe Car- Row,, telephone 2-1655. HOUse. a movand te
g~ritio ,r.t.erei~llen rtC',.,liton alsa a moving,
g _r SALE and, on FOR SALE NO,0,11o110,k- W k and crate or frow|
SFOR E r and oOthnebt ov be financed F R SALE d FOR RENT: Chalet, 2 bedrooms lw 'PO 24
bench. rourd n.,,r -' ,-. Pr,, .et for u. sae Call 2.- M a Ingenio o Vista Hermosa No. 65.
Smeter, go.. c t '.o,. .' 26 9 or se t I.:.24 C. Ga,.lan iscel Call Cl.ayton 2212, 2 p.m. to 6 .
; 3-219;2 'I"trej Be'. FOR SNCE Tape reco.der. goo pm. _________ _
FOR SALE Furniture r ... SALE,' -1.4 Pontiac Convert,. conanton also modern m-hoganyvFOR RENT:---or two months, Chalet
,oom. dn.ngoom and t.O fd ble 8 cd i.e. top and excellent desk upholifered swivel chair Tel ,in Cerre Campo with modern .
...don. Tel. 2-4721. at ight 2-4902 B" AviueNo. 99.Pon- conveninces. Apply Molores No- E
phone 3-. 90 ..enng -. 13 a m. onales, S. A., Automobile Row.
phone 3" e.eennJ -lNo. 21.
FOR SALE--,eio' o 2- -'e 'FOR SALE -1952 PONTIAC CATA- Soealed bd.. n -rplricate. ,Il be re-.-_- -_21"___I_ _4NEWA "104
O60.00. N. oE o4 ..A. .ar LINA DELUXi. Hydroonaic. radio ceived in the oice of the Engineering FOR RENT:-15 April-15 May, fur- USED FORNITURE
SFrn:,.so to-ocne. 3000 mrnes. only 3 ard Corntru.t.on Director, Panama nshed 3-bedroom house. No. 810 jijia r,
R SALE, '.,- .. e o. e'- ohl Duty paid. House 160- Conl Comporn. Balboa Heights. Ca- 'SorQny Boy," Parque Lefere. Tel; -*4
rotoR SAE e ,. ..e ,- C. Barr.eby Sireet, Balboa. Phone nal Zone. untlI 10 15 a.m April 20. 3-4359. Mrs. Fallng. W AND
o 1953. ond thira publicly opened, for ;r. 11111 AND -i .
062, 0-., : .'. k or 2 fu r- shandg oil plant .tools. equne, or FOR RENT:-Penthoue in Bella Vas-
Jud,. IFOR SALE. Citroen 6-cyl. sedoa. labor. services, and materials lexcept to. Information 3-0338, Panami. .
ny o..Q b'e. bullet ..-c e, nrg cheap. owner leaving' MOTO- ,,shed marerialsl and'for performing rooms. No.7 173th Street, Sa
couc* w .th r.,ei .k, ..or' S NACIONALb v.A.. Automo- all work for Resurfacing the Metal Francisco. HERES
pli:. bo.l r.cCelelou. .e be Rot.. No. 21. Roofs of Quartes Buildngs in New FOR RENT: Attrctive r sdenc -"
S 291'. 141--B Lo; Crue. '.o SALE 1950 Studebke Crstob. Spefico furnished, La CrestaS. Street
FOR SALE -.. 951 ert;eu. cr,.e,'," "Chamwon' sedan, duty free. must for the work may n obtained fro A n 0. Te tq,56 Pt
"FCr SALE --" 1W.u, No 10. Tlephone.2-1456, Pan-.
ble. raa.o oerd,,.e, e ,ne. e:[ at once S crtfice for $800 0o the office of the Contr act K and I," 10oa-ami.
m r eller Du l r nmet emplove con finance section Division, Room 336. Balboa ama.
etn :eller.Ducruner678-LColon. Heights ITelephone 2-3739 -or 2- FO E "
c.wner Ir.. g Al..o 190 Pc.n,,o -- -- 2698). A deposit of $20.00 will be F" *
sedan. Cr.:tcbal 3-?6~7 F-__ CR SALE. 1951 Chevrdlet Power required for each set of spcifica.o-
FO-R" SALE --- Refrigerator, porcelain Glide 4-docr sedGn, excellent can- tions and drawings. The depoi4 i*l1Apl, twentl ilLuMAM
FOR SALE Retrigerator porelaOn dtr Set Co.ers and undercoat- be forfeited if specification anid. AD
fHn.,. e4el-D New Crnitg obal, prI.or ed SiQC0 00. Phone Cristobal J- drawings are not returned withinia.0 FOR RENT:-Semi-furni~sed A aWJ-WDI ..
Su16. I coleder drs after opening O.. ment: refrigerator, gas stove. Sn
W S.LE FRmh,,.. 2.- FOR AL= -1947 Bc r Spr er FOR Stei-- -ia elephone -3594, Pane .,
14 ~0R~. ActPo e Navy 3' m or A'. B Tel Ro.mar. :,.544. with o 2 ot le $75FR.00. Ave FOR RENT:-Furnished apartment in
TO CAR OWNERS:-If for a. l nor Oberrio No. 37. phone 3,1384 El Cangrelo, for two month begin.
"1- -- r .r Oneriwo.3.- IMe-
FOR SALE -or trade. 25-cycle West- TO CAR oWN ;-If,.fr sml .--. nig Ai Very .eionoblt. .
,nghouse 9-cu foot,. cute bedroC. eci Irnent you are interested .n FOR LE-Pure bred black d tn .Phoae J~8b: 1
Slipper; choir; eLnd tble7 9x 12 ota"n ng a ne, c every year or Doberman puppies six weelr old. '- RmT:---R 'elbll -dm ,- '
hooked r;cug;1en. Balba dealer's cost. write to Advertiser 123 San Francisco Road, TeIlphone FOR RENT; -Responsible Am iso"
oked rug. 45 Owen. Balboa c-Panama Amrica Box 134, Pana 3-0314. couple, enish porme30 MO
Panama Street and Peru Avenue No. 67-8, Tel, -- l 1 i
-,WANTED PnmSealed bids, in triplicate. will be re- Apt. 2, "10 to"7:0. 4
FOR SALE -- 1950 Citroe, iront ceived in the office of the Engineer- .., Apt. '- "-''...
Miscellaneous wheel dr.e. in excellent condition ,ng and Construction'Director, Pana- FOR RENT: Furnished apartment.
Pr.ed tor Quick sale, $670.00 mi Canal Company. Balboa Heights. govemment inspected, screened,
IVANTED-Ressoo.-ble tarlv needs I'thn-.u' paid Tele- Conl Zone, untiI 10 00 a.m., April with two bedrooms suitable for two
2 or 3-bedioom hau:e or apart- al'ho-.e 2-34 5-'20-B. Dablo 2 '953. and then publicly opened. couple. Call Tel. 3-3404 from
S ment i-rmeaeten Ca.I G eorg FOR SALE 1948 STUDEBAKER 4- lr furnshing all plant tools. equp. .8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.
Pecnhaom. c/o Sr. Antoric, onzci, r Sdn. Go -enr. labor ser%,,ces. and materials. FOR RENT:-Furnish va c a t tion
2e:-3206. ---- -- chanicai condi.or-., 695 00; 1950 and fcr peformng oll work for' fur- quarters, rffigerato, washing me-
VANTED-RtetiredCnl Zonen cou- PONTIAC Convertible R ad i n sh.r.g toptol in stock piles at Baol- chinar, gas range, for sis months.
pie to act as c retcker cnrd land W-5-w tire... $1,30000; 1949 boo and Corozal. Canal Zone. Forms Call Ponami 3-4488 after 6 p.t.
r' se, to ar. as coretCer cr-d mll BUICK Super. Conve.. $1,30000; 194N w of poPoi t. specfcatons.a and full -A I *
,* sa an ry. 3 --ado Be and .mall BUICK Super. C nvires GO b. New td p particular ma be obtained from the FOR RENT:--Aprtment n Ave.
-o ppentniert call Bt 33 300.00- 1948 BUICK Super 4 Gd o -don, ofor ce of the Contract and Inspection Coco del Mar. House NIo. 10
.- itnerSedontc Blo 6 300.00 94 BUICK Super Dv.i.on. Poom 336 Etilboo Heights $35 00. For information call phone
PANi"H Embass emloe need Sedan. Very good han 1949 FORD con- Telephore 2-3739 or 2-26981 2-2587. Panomh. 0 110 i
rrr..rce. Telephone Parna 31 -oor $750 dan 1949 FORD Cu993.- Specfc I.- ,-tr 1947 BUICK RIdoor S993. issued on a deposit at $20 00 per set $175.00 per month; throe bed- -te I
AITED d r hand BUICK -dchor Sedla Deposit will be forfeited if specifica- room, two baths, maid's room and
iWAnTED --God ec, a hnd Be i 'd Good mechanical conditon. tons r w ro :retrurne' bth. Bella VstePhone---4 to 6--O
-.,d oh.r.g ,ah e, C c 700 19-0 CHEVROLET within 40 calendar dns after open- 3-2926. tfroM Z:" to :
C o il P o n a m a 2 3 3 S o r 3 b I d r .o r S e dwn J e ,ep. _.1 0 0000 ,g o f b id s "__ __6

phone 3-0010 --0cn e o 0b00. 34-tube Console Ph-I
W. .. WANTED o do or 60 cle rn40.00 *dov mALLoreDA
rosWANTED -- ,rred r.-n ho AUObC R- Sr EngLosh Sheff.eld tea s vEce FOR RENT---Flmahed rd om in fom

CT.5 "lelan V. r 'r Fr- n Automobile, co ,. w n chen 0,00 garabme. Phot a-4
unfurithdi.Plea. Call 87-3284 or 4297

Rco Davis. Jr EmbaALE f next to e oca-Fola Plant, aLE -s i FOR RENT:r-Fum id ro
Phone 2-6418. beds. electhc dr $ll, other carpen- diningroom. BeRO Vista, Colle 45
f B tr's and mechanic's tools No. 17. No 34, Tele n -4625, Pan-
phone 3-0010- Wanted Poswtion s.o n 7
FOR tSLE:-Taumph Speedtwin m- -case l3d0 00bl4tube Console Phlds.

rm te: st:"H E E DSpanh-En atea E, er FOR RENT.In Belam Vir. bIeut eR AT A
-|, _l. bo .Poone 2- 5e8.1 typitseks ton.n$t8E 0 0, ndg on 20Dr t 00. 6home. P" ate entrance ando 9 i
Ado 134. Panama m G E. wan Cohing machine $40.00y, B o h. garage. Telph ft 3-452&

Bids Asked On 5 -ATD- rcc...o. zoo.l o7.,,, ,4 o 7,, RENT:-Fu 3rd 3.e 6
FsOR ALEir e Rtlet0slrkled floor u lamp., 2 on. L rigerator, s FOUND livingro T

FOR SALE-Triu Depot A F Shermian al in tripa r N. e 1 A
torcycle, excellent codion HoseEXPERIENCEDeSpanish eced in th ic o te E r- uy ri r o o

The property disposal officer seeksosion. Wrie to E.E ing and AppurCttho renancea- kitchen privil Ave 6
APartado 134PaCornazal Genmaral Depoma mi Canal Company Balboa ehts. near 43rd St., Ph 3-0553.

SOe. today ked for bd on sCanal Zone. orms of propo0 0 a April
lh inspected Monday of eachAsallked On523 to hun1953ers and other pE- trC and Isthen Publicly o pene
Ls only by contacting the Of-le t restriton wheh will 36. for furnishing all plant ,tools equio LOST & f OUND
l in charge. France Feld.preval the entire Fort her t,- 3739 labor 2-2698 servicess. ehone ND at ciar

| d the Maintenance oc oor. man nuls.arl reservation during drawings wbe ob' p.adlso t Da b T me An Sa l g
'.I ,rN Hospital. Coco solo. the fort' mllitay man- of $30 00 pe, set. Deposn waI de for-with tihbe elub'r
Servers theree. teted tI f spec.frctionmals be fr-" with the club'I a
At Coroz muat Depot Aubmotted nrt Sherman ore not returned .th e andforn. AM eb
lptupleate to the Property Hunting wilP be temporarily mdi. oier opening of bids. c en r the club'Fo bumllUwu
SOffer Buldn 30 prohbted nd both entry to and ingOR SALE nd Appurtenan- ces for
Sroal General Depot, by 9 a. movement .vitnn the reserva- Canga 'cbdet otic of Zoe H
aye dtlon will be ref.trlrted durlg the clock' o rms of proposal ctr onz.
'Si. maneuverC- uRwr Cty reSo salt Rail citype. Dablo
e aeNo tredpasrag snfica are to be maon es and full particular may bei

i SIEc THE NEW erected oda by the Canal Zone ice o i the
a lioc h and to unrlh land othuae w-ill ra a tta, A.
L o nl y OU NtVit e posted Otating that hunting c R o totry Clubi
We inaTO rance prevail in the etmpor rily prohibited and373 2698. Specifications and

h uaLr.s ,- iedh. t re.hle.s m .apoe.d Meets Toao
B AdC the Maintenance Ofier. man llarv r esoad b ervation m during drawings will be s ued on a deposit hal

ONHosptal. Coco solo thave fIthe ro dw tay except 0t the $00 per e pil bf o amerab
S LThe .nseuver are attract toifpprrow at te D i e
Stmany nunters recaude of the n- Htel. at 12:15 p 4.mib. ,b
1K; I ia t theA Propertbundance.of wild game. Hunteipo Ratarir are ingtMT of
Ofie Build^ normally perI mtted with rtflen. .- bd.
V m Pleer aThe maneuver area include os ont -ala .
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!;la P andm bounder line whckt The
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Managers Worry Over Poor Sh i

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Several Top Stars On List La Boca Softball Qualifying Starts Friday y

Of Spring Disappointnents League Meeting Pan American Golf Tourne
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By FRED DOWN Scheduled Friday --
NEW YORK, April 8 (UP)-Spring training he final meeting for t. Meli Bourne TO Shoot un et
is traditionally a period of hope but, with the Major registration in the La BeaD o- A rr l_ tuth .pelnin o.f
League openers less than a week distant, several soft a LeSaue i d. For Q luck K .O A pril .l ba19. s s u
managers are having sleepless nights over the poor at 6:30 p.m. y 'n
performances of key players. T soleaaue,rated a.s the ch try; Cub. anwillyer1
TheleotheseGapfrthrillo, who blamed eye Isthmus, is expected togeta au M re m Ple
bt.F .r ythn. t .e regard- .l:srip w laFs U.,..
League disappointments includes ble for his. .247 batting average he last week n a his plans for the scheduled uqa-t alht. of .as s'endd.or eas
such well-known players as Enos last season, is tapping away at P .. .e yter fBalboa A h 1 -runa d bantamwel ht chaa- An drl .ea play wi apply
Slaughter and Solly Hemus of about .200 for the Dodgers this Stars cpped the first half-sea- lly boat Apr 1 at -the Paaa
the Cardinals, Carl Furrllo of spring and Manager Charley son championship but lost out i Gy against Colo U, B ,"II. There wl be .lht flights, sx-
the Dodgers, Alex Kellner of the Dressen is beginning to take an- to Optlesa second half win- .to qlj 3O4 AmpidaI but In-L,6 f4 tMenb to f li ght, the
Athletics, Bob Nieman of the Ti- other look at young outfielders, ners, in the championship erie dlstlons are that the hard-hit- d aby h A- 1 orhwifor
ersWalker Cooper and Sid Kellner, the Athletics' No. 3 Special Troops, Spur Cola, ClIan- tng Ch erlli. led wl be gunl ning -'U 1 I %i the to .tf umaf
Gordon of the Braves and Mickey pitcher, has been battered for an die Cedeno, 15th Naval Distriet, for a qu ek knockout. ih bttl b w m wl .ali
McDermott of the Red Box. average of a run an inning in and Agencia Lam were the oth- The belief that Bourne will be Pe drol Tet. The tt coumtittbB
Manager Eddie Stanky has exhibition games, Nieman is hit- er teams.* lightning victory waas w sa Jack I will ot u
been encouraged by the fine per- ting only .233 for the Tigers, edy the m er In whh r n B
CoopernaodrGgrdonyliiiythe manner in w0 hi,,w tIlfo
formances of rookies Ray Jab- Cooper and Gordon are lingering Optica Sosa, Norge, Spur Cola the aty improved Melvin ha- tm li s M pped ack This ent
lonaki, Rip Repulski and Steve at the .200-mark for the Braves and Harlem Cafe are eertainti been knocking aroueand his spar I. ovt eer An to ade forp eale
Bilko but he has a right to be and McDermott, the speedball for the 1953 campaign. Interet- r ar these days. ,'lMt flht at the player youtow
concerned over Slaughter and left-hander, has been rocked for ed In partleipating kre Wst h ttle more than a fall :t M the same es and your own
Hemus. The 36-year-old Slaugh- 19 runs in 13 innings of exhibi- Bank, Special Troops, and Al- W k of training still to re, M eshl S tieis. However, the co .
ter's spring batting mark is a tion-game pitching, brook Field. The popular Balboa e e harp ad rarin' t $ whean B1 dp1 n t Hthet .b I|
brook Fleld. The popular Balr boarMor.dseems sharp and-ar-' to dl'til who m t
mere .137 and Hemus. counted All Stars are being rounded up gt tel les ati, This 30-year-old h a f o lt'pole ard
upon to be the regular shortstop Meanwhile, the managers but may come in under a new ie amateur rank t bea 4i t, av61 congsiton On to e
and a sound leadoff man, is hit- are getting around to deslgnat- manager since Larry Chance, V a way hi twI= t h eav three coure
ting only.162. I in their opening day pitchers last year's successful poit, ise pr o and sure thr
Stanky. of course, hopes both and lineups and, in most cas- unable to assume a similar duty p ot his best noet that his bIg- ,X dnt laye a al to
have been merely taking It Ces. the cholee% come as no sur- this season. a rved. tt i in and daMetho
easy In practice games and will prise. Manager Rogers Horns- Arlt I? te a unanlmous m M ft tawn with to n In harder t a- tub
snap out of it when the cash by of the Reds, however, came Fob further Information, team dem si4 to sensational I e ed e ttg tIsai lniu Ia I peg
is on the line, ____ up with a real dark-horse representatives may contact 0artai ia nsIt thue wfiiith too many other matehn. '. 1 eB
---- when lie named Clarence Walter Watson, leag pretldenet, BAst has lost little r
(Bud) Podblelan to do the hon- Tel. 25-3371, oriror= nTrch. -h Martlaea is a f.ll- make a weigh His yeai marks the

Other opening day pitchers al- oy Mo. See h are n Invitationale
An ,illt T"onsT esum ready named were A~lle Rey- I known to put up his best per- wve but thato U- I\t6 g5esLrt and bei* to dafe.
Antilles To Resume nolds, 20-game winner and World formances in the 118-po Id M ake up for that dM -This tburnambn ha a already
B II C p Series hero of the Yankees: M ajor League 6a a 1 greater beoe the mort popular Isth-
Athletic "ompelition hard luck" Bob Porterfield of en O other ad,.Am disi Seatsn hP m
The resumption of athletic in 1952; Mel Parnell (12-12) of I a i a* .ve. bltWIil 1b the 0Jenties bo si ned u
competition between the Pan- the Red Box; Virgil Trucks (5- Cu u ,s*ha been -
Senators ,ra ,' w Exhibir on Gam sa.d .:'bun
ama Area and the Antilles has 19 for the Tigers in 1952) for the waU The 21-yar-em Amplda d t the other flb around NmM- --.eam W. L.
',been anaounted by the USAR- Browns and 14-game winner BY UNIrTD PRIBS d e la highly s Lte sl~t the t .--
CARIB Special Services Office Carl Erskine of the Dodgers. IUNITsMr l t S ColeS e A e l-
The first competition of 1953 2. Cards 6 Dallas 4, Atlanta 9 At Roanoke, Va. Atoflri_ _theof, ---rewr I. 1
will be .i ba ball, with Pan- Pirates 5. Yankees 9 Nashville.1, Phila. (N) 202 041 330-115 17 1 v1o0t0s Id, a N --' i.. 10
ma playing host to the winning Phillies 15 Red 8ox 2, White ox Boston (A) 000 020 000- 2 8 1 a Ith h. -o H L 8 1'
eam from the Antilles sometime 4 A's 3, Indians 1 Giants 0. Drews and Lopat; Griasom, b es' it l a o l l -e. 'These diS-_G i- b. _. _w S 2
thls montn. Other sports which 1 Delock t5), Kemmerer (6) PFlow- ! at O 1mbo o a. .b. L. ~.
will be involved in this effort to era (7) Nixon (9) and White. Copl a at his wu o ekend *
promote athletic interest and ri Home runs: Ryan 2, Jones,C 'eoutrybR coB^Lu weekend. 7ota, .-LAte....,
morale in the command ind lardello Scores tei mTorg"ebsn. pitchanr: U*C X.,b2a
.clude golf, tennisbasketball and Grimt m. -N ,r le -IA..A q
bo::ing. J a3 4 lse 8 '
Plans t.e also underway to in- nO 1At Chattanoo-a, Tenn. P"r aZa ~,.
crease the ,orts program as farU Chicago (A) 100 000 19C-4 9h a0tnhaln-n4.
as the All-A rmy meets are con- Phila. (A) 000 001 00-31 2 Mikes
cerned. Ths vear golf and ten- er i T Johnson, Bearden (7)0d D 0
.nis teams will be named tO re- Wilsblo Martin, Bishop '(8) Id 0 .4
, ,present the domrhnd in the Murray. Home ru: i .d.o.
ll-Army tournaments. For the Winning pitcher: Beardemn. Lo_ _,_,- 1 0
ast several years, the boxing Ing pitcher: Bi adhop. Lgw-we ve
,eam has been the only one PHILADELPHIA, April 8 (UP) ng pitcher: ,. L..
making the trip to the States Middleweight Joey Glardello, Phi ---L -- L ,H 0 .1
to face competitors from the flushed by his upset unanimous At Mobile, Ala. Compton Brwers.
other Army A eas and Com- decision over weterweight con- N. Y. (N) 000 O 0060 3 1Pecd .- W ,"I. 1
ands. however, even this field tender Oil Turner,called today Cleve. (A 000 000 l 40- 5at tth 9 rll t, 0 1-
Tnay be extended during the next for another match with Billy Koslo, Lanier (7) and Westar- ,i trA M '1 9 1. "
few years. ( Graham, this time In is own rum; Wayl, Giomek (8) and l t* --...,--. i n. 9_n
The competition be t w e e n backyard. Tipton. Winning pitcher: Wynn. J-'0he P Jte, ; .J -" 0 .
teams from Panama and the An- "I prefer fighting Gr aham Losing pitcher: Lanier. la...r.W...- b .
tiles has been high during past next," said the flashy South Phi- S2 l .8. .. n .
years, but was discontinued in ladelphian who lost to Graham At Evansville, Ind. k, a) r ee
1949, with the exception of box- in New York on March 6 after Louis. (AA) 000 300 000- 3 1 Ror Stark, at the U er third ear
t eng. beating Graham twice before, Milwaa. (No 000 000 020-2 4 0 at the Univ erctyrs Ia b- L5'
The e current plan calls for "but I am willing to fisht any- Henry, Athin a (7) and Baley; statisticrsmme 01"an y 'usg- lcao-s-, t no-n.p
_antma t ) play host for base- body that comes along." Buhl, Wall (7) Jester (9) and e tr clas Her hasbtmd t .eioes
,,ball this montn and for golf Giardello was the aggressor all Burris. Winning pitcher: Henry. It.hbe started h e h-l
next month. Tne Antilles will be the way in the highly partisan Losing pitcher: Buhl. a T he b
- host for tennis in August, bas-obattle between foes from opposite course so he scou l be i e
ketball in October and boxing in ends of the city before an arena At Dallas, Tex. hs ban l de papers,
_teeember r cn rowd o 7re 37 a
December. crowd of 7.377 which included St. Louis (N) 010 001 5500-8.10 1 =4o ber
The programm will also be!Graham. the leading foe for Kid Dallas (Tex.) 000 110 020-4 7 2 w o
open to the other branches of Gavilan's title. He went into lasts Fas-o s, Bracle (7) and D.
the service, with concurrence Of night's brawl a 3 1 underdog. Rice; M f, Phipps (71, Prin-
She commnandin officers con- Although Turner opened an gle (7), Pipak (9) and MasL
turned. Should the Air Force or annoying cut over his left eye Home runs: D. Rice, Bllko. Win-
the Navy havw the winning team in the third. Glardello, at 154 ning pitcher: f asbols. Losing
In baseball .r basketball, orlseven pounds heavier than, his pitcher: PhippL.
have individuals in the top group foe,. twice had Turner hanging
of the individual sports, they on the ropes, in the fifth and At Nasnville, Tenn.,gf dareDw-nes
may represent that area in the ninth rounds, and jolted Turner N. Y. (A(. 010 000 800-9 t7 2 to
competition, with a share right to the-head Nash. (SA) 00X 000 010-1 6 4 Lrrry&-7gt1
-- in the seventh. McDonald and Berra, Silvera
WHERE ELSE? It was the 27th vieforv for (7); Adair, Mallory (6), 8mart ,
JACKSON, Miss. (UP) Mrs. Giardello. who has lost 10 ,nd (8) and Novotny, oPttenger (80.
X. J. Ainswor.h, who not long wound un with draws in five Losing pitcher: Adakr. .0 00-.w IT
moved here from Mobile.,other fights. For Turner. it, wag
A ,later was reunited with her h ird loss in. 36 scrps.-and """To Play.-
lug for him. She found him lvingirvkes 9fter : btn. beaten fr the The pn e. ltry Clubs The veterans from th Do-
SMobile. First time by Gavilhn. Ts TetheR-
"oa mer /ieamr ws frarans qre BiA eve, miaar-. ..
tacsie te gF SW tim iad- do DetCli ff, TWORpn,
Oa Tac & mmorrow mrdu at Ancba DIck Nalam, m onard B fte-
Launory bal terl. Roy "O
play hopst t,4 the Cindermen meeting of ta to, aa :'.
Stadium, Apr 10, Friday tar or age pas~bile 4.
ernoon, .it 2:0P p.m. the keg as --

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aerea, wla rurave on wrk andi
;s kwhatr i. Lakes to keep mi
VuAin alng enough to re acup
km. *.Ouea-- nas ione over the
Amu-ap three ,raint years auaa
ta~ the. Wt t o.
Offt &t p rformeamls and
rinr outitage, other, good bets

Ae1 fue Bobby
Shiraes, A thecs;oEaarly~
IM&WsR Vicichmt,
Flerce, White
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; d. pjtato; Carl grans,

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WIDWao r the "yanke
we 0 t ol 0e gam wiinners,
rt .--;V W. 01 Robertss ide It In

1, ItMal wondqr boy of '52 has
W 4ad fair spring and itrit
Sl"A iaf werbnof Sfo se broken wrist he

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harmed who eano 0
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When new 106s4 6shool
year W round and coach
Luxke Srlmn ._ .wthe big

ca a Intershastic
loop, a hol orixg ', the mid-
,dleof ,llae will be plainly
visible fr there at center where
nn rat stood for three
years. uas Unsumountable
tUbUaIg bloea for the opposi-
lTon and a hard hitting offensive
player; ho will be no more.
Verna will be lot to eradua.
on; bt It will be only thw
opetlat of the door for a new
career for Bryant, a carter won
by sweat and hard work that
earned for him a spot on the, All-
Canal Zone team three years in
succesuson, three letters and
hbnorary Captain ap well as
moat valuable player on the
Tiger squad for the 1982-53 sea-
Last week Bryant received
word from Georgia that the
UniverGty of Oa. is interested in
himn, an ha mw offered, and
has actedd, four-year schol-
rahipto the Unlvereity.
During his four years at Cris-
t l Highchool Bryant has
Deen kept busW participating in
every atlsti event and putting
on in all but trnek, a better than
average performance.
Bryant won twO lttAf in bas-
ketball and again another pair
in baseball. During the baseball
seas just osd, Bant, pla.
ead at the not c zer tee Tl-
ger nine and in the Atlantic
Twflght League, wound up sec-
ond e~st on his aqsqat n the bat-
ting department with .306.
But dept his eol AO
in, achievements with Cristobal
Vernont mtn spot was
always footblat w rnt he first
egunaa a freshman tackle st
t9e ar of 14, oae 'mo
Was quick to recognse lad's
posulbltles. ad the following
year, at the age of 15, Venon
played first sring center and
started out on a three year es,
eapade of letter win ng in s be-
ing named on All-Canal-Zone
Mow in his senior year and set
for graduation, Vernon stands
-3 above the ud and weha
U o dpouIs. .O oM oa st ta s f .e
that Bryan n cn look hopefully
to a bright future at the Uni-
versity oQ Georgia.

.U.S 1ok

In Track 'Meet

At Balboa Friday

.'Lhi Frida" ig t, April 10. at
Balboa stadu Blboa Htgh'9
trk t run against the
potent Atrook 11 in the
stiht track met for either
team th yr. Albr!ok. with
great stWeaglr in t ie mile.
shot and dIsaus looks to have a
bit too much foi their younger
This meet will be the first
aemaiettlve o ting of the aeasn
te 0 1 C3Mer6, while It will be
meet number six for the Bull-
dos. It will also offer both
"Jehah and excellent opportu-
tf e asut what they have
thecoming Balboa Relays.
The ReUys will climax the
s.Mm 1#le year, and will be
taged 0 April 34th at the Bal.
hM Itadism: 3oth Albrook and
boa M HW h will rate as possible
winae of the 'relays, but they
Shave an unusually strong
aich team to contend
wtt thIs year.
Fri y' f m tIt Isalso open to
any oer service men that
would like to compete. All they
6 t do is to be there at start-
Stime. The p vault will
.tart at 6:45 p.m., the Shot Put
at 7 pan isnd the traok events
win at 7:0 pn.

NEW! s,.,si,
t M e/d-fshiwd

InWlaru mew Bri i much euier
t rn old.(f a bAM-d Mrch. And
k *ie your drms usad eoshes a
=' m mdew leek drful om -.
'g mernm aet wsde IMs crDem
ad asw "nmeh." eiterl
Wt hbeMs kril conmias DRAX.
As sew side k bric wau! Din
we'r pimre sad washes ~t so-
l aO ce s o as a ir y on.

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HOSS PLAYER-Salvatore Ambroxie didn't get 1th A bob 1
his shoe trudging to the cashier's window at Jamaica.
cession, Hedley Woodhoume up, is the winner hare, Our
Wn., Tony alco aboard, second. (NWA)

Fastlich Champions To Be

Decided Tomorrow. Night

Fastilch League Paloma and Coniefo will meet head W a1
the Balboa Stadium tomorrow night at 1 o'clock In the fi~1 4ft
deciding game of their three-game sertie for the 3*6 IM e a
First blood in the play-offs was draw by the
Wednesday 4-0 and they were confident of making it two
but the Palomas upset their boat and swamped them 1th 9 tb
the second encounter Saturday night.
Martin and Hots for the Palomas and Unkle and 4Ptod d4&
the Conejos are probable batteries to open hostlties. ft' h
opening game Hinkle allowed the Paklon but a s pgie safety oe
sevei tanin' while Martin was Wtfo five. However, In th e,
ond game Hinkle didn't seem to be aies to find the plate
opening framn and was replaced by lrkland who In tr
relieved by Hayden who finished the game. Martin whf the
distance In both games for the Palomas, allowing eghat
bangles in the second match. r
Thursday's game will terminate a very suceess.ul seMaa 1r
the league despite comjtUoa from Joe Plpvlna wihe ImBst4
sending unseasonable howfera to postpone three of tha fst ile
games scheduled and an upper respiratory epidemte (lun r" m-
pant 0otee Isth m ulrs aiUM so many played that pIutpe.amef
of m m:ore ms reslted.
Top batting average for tha c ersoit I held by o l elot breeo
Kugler who-awatted 11 for 25 witi Tvn vre e o q.440. Hower,
tbaloW delon desdyas wilstec8 b8 te pt sad
ring withe tWo3 nleded
his credit including 2 homers, one aorea Vr
has chalked up.
Melendes; I very floe on the base line with 11 stoleoo'ta
to his credit and tops the lst with 18 RBI's.
Ta batt high is hld by the Pumas with .4 .tOe Owiob
are ruttersup with .W and Macaws ,214, Cope1o% .14 l9 -
a .1h. I It s interegtig to note that the pp tfe .or the
are the two teams with the lowest team average f n the battlg
department. Melendez with 18 RBI'a, TaRn ota with 13 trSi
Palomas and Reyes with 17, Magee with 10 and Ooodix vwh '1
might be called clutch hitters and brimn them around whezb V
Outstanding rookies of the league in the swat sesftolwt
are Sutherland of the Pumas a ind Bateman dt the Oceots. 1
lads have been regulars all year and display a measure of ver-
saullti. Sutherland has covered the hot rstk besides dbtep,
outfield and taking several turns on the mound. htea has
also done mound duty as well as receiving behind the plate oad
playing the outfield,
Leading in the stolen base count is Sqott with 14 Incglding
two runs stolen at the pIta, Martin follows with I2 alad" s
with 11 including one d*ta at the plate.
Batting reaoda for thi lads in the 300 and over class follow
Name Team Pos. AR H Aver. R S8 RI^ K

Kur Ocelota. ...
Mo9ndaa Pa-lhoma
Salgle Macaws .
Salas Pumts. .
Pears --Pura. .
Bruhn Mlaas. ..
Sutherla4 -,- Puas.
Scott Cmlm-l ..
Martin -- Pao mas. .
Klrchmier Ooelots.
Bateman Ocelots. .
Hotz Palonams. .

11 .440 4 0 11 9
18 A21 17 11i 18 11
14 .400 14 6 6 19
t13 T1 12 11 1 I35
U. 1 3 4 It
14 3 12 6 1 5
7 lt is I a8
12 Jl31 7 3 U 8
10 .3i 0 10 10 17
12 .0 13 .7 13 13

Rups batted In: Melendes 18, Reye T17. Hota 13 Feara 1.
Extra base hits: Sales ., Bateman 4, Melandea 4, Fars 4
toep bases: Scott 14, Martin 2. Salm I6 Meled 11.
Rna scored: Scott 2., Melendes 17, Matin 15, tibgle 14, Rei
Magee 13, Fears ..

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Boston Clergy

Declared To B


Herbert A. Philbrick, ftorn
FBI undercover agent, testify
yesterday that seven or eli
clergymen were members ol
Boston Communist group
1947-49 and said five still
preaching in the area.
Philbrick told the Senate '
eternal security subcommiti
that an elite "Pro-4" Commun
cell to which he belonged had
to 80 members, including clergy
men, doctors, lawyers, educati
and other "pt-ople of culture."
He explained that "pro" stock
for "professional."
Chairman William E. Jenne
(R-Ind.) refused to let Phil
brick identify the clergyme
and others publicly until th
subcommittee has a chance t
question them behind close
But he did identify two teac
ers in the Boston area as mer
hers of the Communist part
Thy were Ueorge Faxon, wb
refused to tell the subcommitt
whether he was a party membi
and Robenlia Anthony, 73-yea
old retired educator.'
Philbrick was the first witne
to inject the controversial que
tion of communism in t h
churches Into. the subcommi
tee's hearings. Chairman Haro
E. Velde of the House Un-Ame
lean Activities Committee h
been criticized by some co
leagues for proposing an inqui
-into alleged Red Infiltration
the clergy.
Philbrick testified that the
elerymen were "Communist
firs, before becoming mini-
He said the "seven to eighi
Individuals" in his cell weri
"hardened, disciplined, steele
members of the Communil
pr posing as minister of th

1he recalled that be attend-
d0 one Communist meeting at
which ^ young cell meiuber
was tn the process of being
planted in a seminary to pre-
pare for a ministerial career.
PhMlbrik explalned that ht
volunteered liuseryices to th
FBI when, aE a young Cam
bridge, Mass., advertising ma
he became interested in tb
Cambridge Youth Council onl
to ta that it was Communis
Re said he believes since h
was a youth leader In the Bap
tiet church he was welcomed in
to the party because he hai
"valuable contacts with rpligiou
Philbrick told newsmen afte
the hearing that five of th
"seven to eight" clergymen ii
th Red cell still are active ii
me Boston area. He said the
are "still getting away with
. murder."

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"'Let the people


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Wilson~~I DeiiosAr'.F

W! I son Deci~sioons Ar or

In Civ.i Ia Sta Cut Ofiht
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r WASHINGTON, April 8 (UP) May. The move, one of his first The Ai
-Defense secretary Charles E. direct economy steps, is design- complish i
n Wilson today emerged victorious ed to save $132,000,000 annually. force by fi
e from his first economy tussle The Army and the Navy corn- by not f
o with the military as the Air plied with the order, with the occur.
d Force reluctantly accepted a Army announcing a cutback of Hardest
7,000-man cutback in its civilian nearly 20,000 persons and the material
h- staff. Navy 14,000. 0.,. Which
m- The Air Force balked, how- pl;ye.
ABowing to aWilson order, the ever claiming that the cutback Th str,
'ho Air Force announced it would would Impair its fighting po- the Air A
ee reduce Intscivilianpayroll from tential. With Air Force secretary striking a
r the present 313,000-man level to Harold E. '11ilbott concurring, The Air
tr" 306,000. the Air Force carried its objec- employes.
Wilson had first ordered the ti1ns to the defense secretary's tested to
Cutback last March 9 when he office. force was
stold all the services to reduce The announcement by the Air last summ
t 3 v ln ep lmnt by Force late yesterday was an ad- cut was Ii
i.t 39,348 persons by the end of mission that It had lost out In Wuring con
d Its appeal. The Arll
as The Air Force appeal was re- out that I
a Chrisie eman ed guarded as a test se of Wilson's up to A 1
)Cry Re position in the coming weeks as 50 percent
nof the services resist economy ing potent
Of Av inOn lCh a ge measures proposed by the new percent In
Republican defense team.
t WlPi lnanlue aThe Army, for instance, has
t VO VIvIj yuI ig already filed a similar appeal AWIxa
against a Wilson proposal to cut
LONDON, April 8 (UP) Its troop strength in this coun-
John R. Christie, 55, was re- try. In this case, however, the \
at handed for another week when final decision probably will be
e he appeared .A West London made by President Eisenhower.
d magistrate's court today on a TO Mar
st charge of murdering his 50-
Le year-old wife, Fthel.- Z V NY C AI Train LONDON
Christie, accused of strangliI AleA der-
his wife and buying her body Scneer of penicl
t peared.t the Magistrate'scoui Deratl N r Scene, 40,hando
r for the second time since his ar- heroine of
r rest March 31. O rs movement,J
Police also und the bodie f 21 -Death Crash
of six strangled women in his CONNEAUT, 0., April 8 (UP)- They sai
dingy north-central London a- Wreck crews hoped to clear the probably be
le apartment and backyard. New York Central tracks near office and
e A crowd, mostly women, stood here early today of a freight returned Ias
Outside magistrate's court when train which derailed close to the congress s In
a large Brixtopson van with spot where a "freak" three-train keep it as q
SChristie Inside drove Into the crash killed 21 persons 10 days ~U
y courtyard. killed 21 Persons 10 days Co
A A special po!ce guarol watch- ago,.tte rg
ed the big double gates.. Three persons suffered ihiu- at the Wril
Le Christie'iInitial appearance, ries last night when a New York uoder ar a
- which lasted only eight minutes, Central locomotive and 8 cars the acter
- attracted a crowd of several of a 21-car freight derailed. The e bacnAthei
d hundred but there were fewer injured were not hurt seriously. .a th
s on hand today. The cars spread out and block- mw stayi
The public allery was filled ed all four tracks of the trunk London.
r within seconds it holds only line. Traffic was being routed Mrs. Cout
e a dozen. around the scattered freight cars by the Ger
n on a side track, sentenced t
Fn c T T The freight train was en route British and
y from New York to'Chicago. men in he
h French Court To Tryvictory save
US Airman Who Shotl Smedl Railroad's n ,eld Mar
Paris Torch-Siner Strike Can Close MHerfirs
Pri orch i er Two Steel Plants solved..
PARIS, April 8 (UP) A YOUNSTee P ln -lawe
young American airman who YOUNGSTOWN. 0.. April 8 L.Wyer
shot and killed his 19-year-old (UP) A strike by lob railroad
French torch-singer sweetheart workers on a small line serving Sworn i
In a Montmartre "crime of pas- this city's steel manufacturing .
sion" will be tried by a French industry today threatened to Guthrib
court, the U.S. Air Force an- shut down production In two U.S.
nounced today. Steel plants and throw 10,000 Victor Dot
S/Sgt. Donald Rhoads, 23, West men out of work. torney in La
Burlington. Ia., meanwhile was The strike started yesterday in today at
reported to have shown a "phe- over stalled negotiations on a by Judge Gi
Inflicted bullet wound' In the Youngstown and Northern Rail- District Coi
head. A spokesman said his pa- way and the Brotherhood of heard.
ralysis had disappeared. Railway Trainmen and Conduc- Dobriln anr
Under a U.S.-French legal a- tors. recently, ao
agreement, crimes committed by Without the short line to haul the general
American forces on French soil in ore and tak e out finished the Panama4
against French citizens are pun- nI e c e s the steel mills in the He Intend
stable In French courts unless Youngstown area cannot con- mission tot
the Pentagon specifically asks tlnue to function. Association.
for ah exception.
None has been asked in this
case, the Air Force official said. I
Rhoads whipped out a .38 call-
I ber revolver in the crowded Vik-
Ings cabaret here early Monday
I and killed tor'ch singer Jacque-
line le Calvez, 19, with bullets
through the head and chest. He
then shot himself in the head.
Friends of the dead singer said
Rhohds was "insanely jealoui"
and tried to strangle Miss Le
Calvez in the same cabaret three
weeks ago.

Humans! Bahi
S NEW YOAK, April I (UP) -
I: horitiefs gave a mental
e:-awnination today to a door *
to cor salesman who get so
fed up with his customers
tb.. he withdrew from the
whF e human race.
Alfred Boehmer, 36, was
tamrned over to police by his
.brother. Walter; who in turn -
had ot fed up with living
with Alfred.
Walter sa his brother came
home from hs salesaroute one
da ei blmslf to his room. He
SeM Walpe s sctk POSED PICTUF E Grandchildren of Fted
f h*g em. the brother sid, 1bwight D. II, 4, and Barbara Ahn., ( (t),
atS~ rsK to look at a beinge promised that aoogrpbgr wowld 'U
h hanse. He turned h ad taieotofs*f
bu&k who feed was brought Ela2hhowers had come ot rt
S* bim. san left his room to
steel through the house only u r The children spoler. Mae
whIM aS ethers we' s way it Lor them. tu a f
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r Force plans to ac-|- 0
Its reduction in civilian
ring 4,450 persons and Ae
killing vacancies that. IWA
hit will be the air I
command at Dayton, U T
twill lose 1,566 em-
ategle air commnand-
orce's ntercontinental '
rm-will lose only i1 ;
Force bad vainly pro-
ilson that Its civilian a ca
"pared to the bone" anW i in
er and that a further
impossible without In-
ibat strength. ice8|jr)Mi
SForce also pointed dele.
t Is planning to build tloab bi
143-group strength-4 staUtffti
Increase In Its fight. % *he
tial-wlth only a 17 Wifa .t
crease in manpower. 11 10

der Ftemingr c

Icln Fame,

ry Heroine
br ght 0'
to a Inut
f April 8. (up) ,-air DoIstilb
Fleming 71, Mdiscover lustIn tin
lllln, will be married "CaftlO ('
r. Amalia coutaourim, MA,~.
ne bacteriologist ano p t.&l
the Greek resist n P
friends said tod's. r
i the wedding would
m at Chelsea registry i p
Sir Alexander whq
it ,ek fo a ath
India, Is hOtla igS
luiet as pM ie.

40o l
Lne hospi
hg withfr
souris was cptured Me =
mans, tortured and LO
o death feJ a ir *Pt J 11I
New Zeaid sea- Jotter e,
r home. The e Aed potter
d her. lage .he4a
Mid 4omeoia
rhul Lord Alebadder set by la
New Zeaid m By that
te tribute toer. ten w.te
marriage was dis- so the repi
raldtr J. J
the editor,
From LA a quioke""
rroimA One npr"
n py Judge 'ext
S whre
SCroweB crew w
much as
>rin, formerly an at- ease, e
) Angeles, sw.Cuorn e men
the Canal Zoos bar es r
eIRrfl P. Crrwe be- o 1
IT docket in thW UJ5. made by pu
rt at Aneton wM s Then,
Lived o the stbh it wor.
10 is Wasaoted it~h Itself tUr
onsel's offlo of "road
C nal Co.
Is to apply, forad- A
ha Canal Zone BarL
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NINETY DfNR1t5 I~ Abu(
DardanelUes of Turtikgy ,
ed with a -wedish .t
ormcff part of i
rescue teams hove- .l 7ig Wi
'owstk^bl 0 efo~o~^

ses Ro While 65th.A
I;. .*
Reporters 'Supervis

a u=it reporter a Zie aryl d11recw
craft A U y were bal tSA
Clyton, v W t stacks of the
..of The Pf" A. ducked .ostiat
oWterday alt* ad thesgi
!ional feature W(_ Jdatlnkt! tr the
meeting. ~ sre
rto. -Ao Don The-~ott^ I ^*~
.,;9Md the mder"z
-y aze*ksho
ter a brief t tin
leMbber of thei ,.
has methods of oasyr
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