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
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 18709335
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POPULACE GREETS FIRST LADV Mrs. Cecilia Pinel Remon acknowledges the greetings of
the crowd of Panamanians who lined the path of her automobile during a monster demon-
stratAon of welcome the largest ever held in honor of a Panamanian woman. Dofia Cecl
stopped off at Santa Ana Plaza after her slow ride along Central Ave. and answered the
speechess pralsing her work at. the Tenth Inter-American Conference in Caracas, with the an-
nouncenmnt that 'wve panamanians have triumphed in Caracas."

GaD ents e That Hiss

beeition 'Oni Bases

WASHIIGTON. M& ch 25. -
(UP) Spruille Brien, former
assistant Secretary of State,
asid today Alger Hip was instru-
mental In submittbuM a report
on Panama to the United Na-
tions which passed into the
hands of the Conuunists.
The report, he told the Senate
Internal Security subcommittee,
gave the impression that the
Canal Zone was an "occupied
territory" and supplied "ammu-
nitions" tQ Communist propa-
ganda charges that the United
8Sates and aggressivee Inten-
(Braden revealed the sa.Mte
facts to the Wrea Meveral months
during g the hearing, Braden.
also brought in the name of
Harry Dexter White,. who, he,
said, had submitted a "Very
dangerous" report which wouWl
haw created "economic dis-,
tress" in Cuba.
Brea 0t ted that when
Became A tant Secretary
State In cbhrge of Latin Amer'-
lea affairs in October, I945. agi-
tatlon .was being started b
Communists and student_
returu of 13t U.S base in l
TEo bhic of Pai a. .
ttim# 3ebe- sd, the
Comimanit c rwy line was
that the Unted States h a4
aggressivee Intuetions and th9
p Wa w that we were estab-
lah base )ae l over tb# I


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world," including Pan.aa. lem without consulting with
Braden said he had a dispute Hiss.
with Hiss who was 'then in Hiss- wa not to be found until
charge of the State Depart- late that day, he said. Hiss, he
ment's office of speciaf'Political -id, was "apologetic" but said
Affairs, over, an annual report "great harm" would be done to
from the Governor ofthe Canal withdraw the report, and Ache-
Zone. son backed him up.
Hiss, he said, claimed thatthe An outrwth of this Incident,
report should be submitted to Braden sated, was that in 1947
the United Nations under a pro- the United States had to give
vision of the UN charter deal- uP bases farthe Republic ot
ing with nonself governing ter- Panama which were considered
rinorles. "highly essential" by the mill-
Braden said his office opposed tary.
such a step as "ridiculous" In a 55-page statement-
knowing that, if the report were which he also presented to the
submitted to 'the UN, it would subcommtlae Braden spid
"enrage Panama, lay Into the the United ttes government
hands of the Russians... and has "countenanced, and even
alleatte other South American at times abetted" Moscow-ln-
coutries spired efforts to destroy the
- Braden said e took bis case U.S. by sOr#dinf_ .emmunism
to then Under Secrltary of through# the Hemispbere.
,ate Dean Acheson. b.i said he Braden -aa the government
fund Hfiss already there and and peclly Its foreign
"didn't even have a chance to operationt- have been Invaded
-ate my case." k by indlyiduals who "spread col-
"I came out boilW with lectivlst lOlogies," and "have
j rage, hbe said. an affinity for extreme nos-
Later he said, he read with trums" the Idea of "super-
Sas1t6sihment in the newspaper statism." , .W States had re- Of these Individuals, Braden
ortetothe UNon-theCanal said, there are "relatively few
Zone as an "occupied territory. out and out communists." But
Braden said he rushed "'w behind them, he said, in the
fire in my eye" to Acheson's of- wings is ma "unidentifiable, but
flee to demand that the report nonetheless effective, theyy1''
be withdrawn. Acheson, hdw- and in that category "we may4
ever, he said, reported that he expect to find the dangerously
could do nothing on the prob- Communistm and traitors.

Oays Widows

h Old Timers

Wlhe widows of n who heip- telephone, 2-262z or 2-3o6u.
e0 to bUild the anama Canal A list of the widows of con-
wU have M prom ent place be- struction and Goethals Era em-
side the oealsra Old timers ployes to whom the Invitation
during the threGday Goethals have been ent follows.
Memorial Dedication Program. Anyone knowing of others
Letters iamttag them to at- whose names may not have beer
tend the evemt ngt week have included is asked to ali either
been sent tp over local wo-- of the two telephone numbers
en whose husbands were e- listed.
played in the Canal Zone durt Mrs. Stella Bradney. Mrs. Alice
the GOetbal period. 197-17. Clement, Mrs. Mare Coffey, Mrs
Reserved wll be set aside Mara Days, Mrs. Mary Engelke
for the a& le dedication ete- Mrs. E.L. apple, Mrs. A.
mog pp and at rson, Mrs. ime Pink, Mrs.
will be madt ftor 12m at ethh Wliam Foster, Mrs. Arthur W.
other event as the partial Qoulet. Mrs. Lena Oraham,
tranat of the Canal. a movie Mrs. Wilhelmina rier, Mrs.
premier, and the Old Timers' Prank Hunsicker, Mrs. Anna
ptlqn at t Tivoli Ouest Jenkin.s, Mrs. Helen Kahler, Mrs.
Houe. :. Maurice I. Kelleher. Mrs. Cecil
Toe at thk n as well Lowe. Mrs Anita IL Lidell. Mrs.
Ma E 1 eal e Evelyn Mills, Mrs. Phebe O. Ne-
6006a- h l am le, Mrs. 011 v e M. Orr, Mrs.
S.C iMary F. Poole. Mrs. Susan Reese,
.W. Ul Mu. Columbia H. Reinmann,
Uaq*Qq= m ea Ba Mr. Frances Sawyer. Mrs. May
=0 M_ et W I.- Smith. Mrs. Ethune W.
in g*4 W O R e, MV B.O. Walde, Mrs.
SC.aet Wrts, Mrs.ela
S Charlotte J Woo. dMrs. BlM he

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Holds Up

Plan To Curtail,

3 Post Offices

Action on Uplan -to. reduce
three Pacific sde post offices at
SAncon, Diablo and Balboa
Efelihts, to a 1'mall d ursable"
service, was delayed yesterday
afternoon after Governor John
S. Seybold heard U.8 -rate civic
council representatives voice
their objections.
After hear arguments a-
gamnst the proved curtallment
of post offle activities, the
Governor, at ie monthly shirt-
sleeve confer ce. yesterday aft-
ernoon, decide O o submit the
postal siatu atk for further
study, and defer the date the re-
duction was slated to take place.
A civic council representatiL
who was at the meeung said to-
day he felt the discussion follow-
Inn the Governor's announce-
ment yesterday seemed to indi-
cate that thi was "Just one
more thing which would lower
Canal employs morale.
"He was rop"Uve to our 9r-
guments," thel evie council-
man added., which seems to
point to a new administration
trend of begoaingr more awae
and considerate of the people
wef her 1P
sAnoter t discussed yes-
terday wI ts hiring of a fill-
taee p.fir tfor Colon

"Probably their intentions are
good, but uoler the present cn-
ditlons, ana what they are will-
ing to pay, they will have a hard
time getting a specialist to come
down here," he addpd.
Another one of the many sub-
jects discussed yesterday cover-
ed the Atlantic side residents'
dissatisfaction with the Oriato-
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Doctor. Will



A doctor will accompany all,
Patnami Canal ambulances, un-
less the person calling for the
ambulance indicates specifical-
ly that a physician is not desir-
The announcement of the
change in policy was made yOM-
terday at a shirtaleeve confer-i
ence held at SBalboa Heights be-
tween Govern John S. 8eybold

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%_ a specialist, one cvi6
council representative said, for
ove a year. The Qovernor's
statement that a full-time spe-
cialist would be assigned 'as
soon as one can be employed"
was merely another delaying
tactic, he said.

No Delay Foreseen

Ib Closing Dale

For Caracas Parley

The rtu k bh ht to
public attenin newspaper
stories whIet p ted oum sev-
eral eases w eeeurred in
Pedro Miguel wItin last year.
One or more stricken residents
died en route t the hospital
In ambulances hlch did not
eaI a doctor. ,
The matter wae discussed at
great length during' the January
shirtsleeve cotfefce, and a
astudy on the subje was under-
takn at that tl

Pedro Miguel

CARACAS, March 25 (UP) LuCKs aEiseng
The Juridical-Political Corn-
inisslo of the tenth Int.r- f ll. ,
american Conference ne ed l W Id U bUlUU
S end of its- agenda today .
jith good prospects that it The Pedro MilueT Locks Area
could dtMplete Its wbrk with- will be closed to the general pub-
opt. laylng the close of the lic and visiting hours at Mira-
B7..eter-American Confer- flores Locks and Gatun Locks will
lb boWond Sunday. be changed effecthe Monday it
The Commission was so fir was annoumeed yesterday at 6al
behind its schedule earlier in boa Heights.
the week that there was talk The public will permitted to
of postponing the conferen enter -certain are-s of Miraflores
close until March 30 or 31 to Lcks between the hours of 9:00
enable it to finish Its work. .m. afternoon., In Oatun. the vis.
The Commission finally p- tin hours will be om 9:00 a.m.
proved yesterday a document il 4:00s ,t Previously vsi-
enuiatn democradm i rtors were allowed athe areas be-
enunciating democratic twee the hour t':00 a.m. and
ciples which may become "the .'" am. an
Declaration of CQaracas" and AreasPwhich the -- era public
also referred to the Couneff of Areas which the genera: public
also referred to te ou f nd those on -enducted tourist
the Organization of American trips will be pemitted to visit in-
States the responsibility of elude the east side, upper levels
drafting statutes for the n" at bot the Gal& and Miraflores
ter-American Peace Commis- Locks.

In hiistatement, Braden pres- sion .. .It is expected that the closing
rented nids statements from his own Those actions made it ready of Pedro Migui' Locks to visitors
experiences to help the subcom to receive from Its general and the change .ih the hours visi-
mittee expose the patterns o subcommission a report on the tors will be permitted on the other
operation of the 'they."' In a Work of that group, composed two locks areas, will allow the
least one, instance apparently of representatives of the- 20 (locks Security Guard to operate
the Panama matter Braden delegations at the conference., with greater efficiency.
said "at least one member of the '
'they' was identifiable Alger 9 2 C e a v k
Hiss. 92-Man Crew Of Navy Tanker

SArmy Receivng Als ,, ..
WO Applications Also Are Radiation Victims
Announcement has been made -_ o--
r by the De0artment of the Army
that applications may be sub- PEARL HARBOR, March 25 servers on Rogerik Island, 238
mitted by 4alified applicants (UP) The 92-man crew or a native ot Ulace Island, and 23
for appointment as Reserve U.S. Navy tanker was added to- Japanese fishermen on the Fa-
Warrant Officers in the Tran-. day to .the list of victims of ra- kuryu Maru had been evposed
portatilon Corps as master mate ditation that was spread by the to radiation and "hot" dustfrom
or marine engineer, with con massive Bikini hydrogen test ex- the exptosMio.
rent calltod active duty. plosion March 1. The apanee fishing v.el
Further information re a At least 379 persons now are was te to 0 mies a"-g
the pro gram and toknown to have been exposed to the test sM, the weather states
froms may be obtainedfrom the radio-aseive ash that x- was = miles aW and the ni-
Military Personnel Proeuremat tended far beyond the lmitis tives exposed on Ujace were 10*
Branch, Adjutant General's Of, calclated by scientists. miles away.
fice U. & Army Caribbean. m The most recently disclosed
ing 7, Fort Amador. C. Victims wete aboard the.US Pa- Gu* sethorities said that the
phone Fort Ai.ador 4175. lapsco a 4.200-ton tanker that weathermen suffered burns, but
carried 85 men and six officers. no serious effects. The natives
sThe Navy said the men were not also wre, found suffering no
CZ Police Hold exposed dangerously. Two or great hirm. They were removed
I -t B three showed a si nhtly abnor- from their islaa and will not
New G rIi's Bike nWl count of white gorpuself. be pemtted6 to return until a
it the deficiency disappearId heavy rain washes away any ra-
A brand nateI !Il's bile was overnight. kmUtive particle of the blast.
found in Balba, Canal Zone po- The Navy did not disclose how The Navw ordered the Patap-
lice amoentew today. eklo the Patapsco was to the sco into Pearl Harbor for decon-
The owner %-L etLCome Baai blast. n and.tmwaoug b physi-
Ito theBiom an" so Previously it had been dlacs- eal x naaiiwfit rtW& ouficen
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Ralo Bars

Pay Students

4A result of the existing
high.b pupil-teacher ratio and
budt iitationsa preventing
.expnsion of faclti s and
teaching staffs, no new tuition
students will be enrolled in the
Canil Zone's Latin American
Schools, It was announced yes-
terd1y at Balboa Heights.
Al. announced was the sus-
pension of the opening of a newI
lsat the La Boca Branch ofI
e Canal Zone Junior College.
Th. two actions, which affect
a comparatively small number
of students, will be applicable
for the school year beginning
next August. Immediate an-
nouncement of the necessary de-
cisions is being made, it was
explained, in order that those
directly concerned might have
an opportunity to make other
plans, particularly in view of the
fact that schools in the Republic
of Panama begin a new school
year in May.
Notices of revised regulations

governing the a"
tion students to t
lean Schools will
the near future
presently enrolled
The revision w
(1) n6Oon-relde
be enrolled th
lean Sibhool, e
who al thentee
of th_ US. on

be alIlbw to con
for the remalinde:

In the Zone's
lean Schools at
are approximate
who would be al
Speaking recei
Zone School prob
J. S. Seybold told
Panama Rotary
though not by cl
coming apparent
school sytm e
forced to enroll n
employes of the C
ernment and non
On a space availa
ating under the
lem of the increa and
limitations for t
available refers I
physical, or class
existence and to
pupils which can
each teacher."
Pointing out in
those units of tl
school system now
dominately by, Paz
dents will be rede
American Schoo
Seybold stated th
in the Zone icho
than doubled ove
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Replace Airmen

In Skilled Jobs

Some 355 local rate jobs will open up at Albreo
Air Force* Base beginning April 1, it was announced todWu
Abo1t 105 people will be hired immediately, as'Op -
eration Iotive Son goes into the first phase of its ope-.
tion herevtand it is expected that more than 250 additloe
al will be hired between July 1954 and July 1955.
Civilian air force jobs, presently being held by U.S.
or local-rate personnel will not be affected.
Under this new program, the phase-in of local raot
employes will be a gradual process averaging about 35
new employes each month. Airmen now performing th.e,
duties which will be 'taken over by local-rate civilians,
will act in a training capacity pending the new assign-

Imiss~on of tul-
the Latin Amer- The Native Son operation: Labor Office eligibility card, or
1 be mailed In aims to save personnel and dol. if employed by another govern-
to parents of lars which an be used to bulkl ment agency, have a letter e4
d children to be Air Force. c bat strength worlW, aallablEty when called for e
wide. ploymbnt interview. f
ill provide that eventually more than 35,000 Rates paid to applicants hired
nt children will ah men serving at bVerseas sta- under the Native Son program
ie Latin Amer- tions will be replace by local will be in accordance with the
except children chilians under :'*c manpower wage schedules .currently ap.
Lives pensioners .aings plan. This will enab'i plicable to non-PU citizen em.
e rnment, and the 4 eep m ili..aL oyes oft Caribbean

r of that school bmi td up. r a I
Native Son will save more thanIa a
L A r men in uniform.
Lrain Amere Dependent travel and house-
present there hold goods shipment aosts will
ft 100 students hlooess xpensve, and I 9
affected by this become le qres nfund
savingswea il aicruecin funds
tly on Canal r ed for military sup- K I d1Hits'
members of the Ap c c e a *
Club that "a fiel areparticularly needed a
choice, it is Albrookement Ind ochin
that the Zone Warehouse aircraft mechanic,
xt year may be mechanic, arand su y clerk,
ion-U.S. c iti cook, property and supply clerk,
or"pany- Gov- clerk typist, accounting and pay- "
Company- Gov- clerk upply inspectors, air- HANOI, Indochina, March A
-Zone residents craft electricians, aircraft in- (UP)- Waves of French C-47. .
ble basis. Oper- crafent electrhanic and airraft and Flying Soxcars dropped 150
two-fold prob- sturen mechanic. gallons of blazing Jellied gaso.
based school age preller me lnow be o l- ine at low level over Red troops
the budgetary App ation ma ate be- besieging Dien Blen rPhu In a
teachers, space tainted at the main900 a.m. attempt to bum them to dea
to both actual tween 7:00 a.1m. to Snd.ay in their trenches, the French
room, space in daily except Saturday, Sunday, high command said today.
the assigned to Completed applications may French authorities said the
be assigne turned pl at the Albrook raid, which was carried out t ea
his talk, that main gate or mailed to the terday, was even more devaiat'
ie Canal Zone civilian personnel r* ce. Albrook Ing than the big napalm ran
Attended prne- Air Force Base, Canial Zone. staged Tuesday.
namanian stu- Selected applicants will be Scores of fighters and fight-
sinated Latin contacted bv telephone or mail er-bombers escorted the trang,
si.nat Governor by the civilteian personnel office, ports to make the mislsion one
lat enrollment Aplicants should not contact of the greatest of the Indochina
ooh "has more the civilian personnel fice un- war.
r the ast ten less requested to do r French crewmen slid cans a
Page Col. 7) Applicants must have Central French crewmen slid ct e anot
Pagej the jellied gasoline out the plans;

HAMIXS ORDERED DEPORTED Singer Dick Raymea shown
here with his wife. Rita Hayworth. and her two thldren,. has
been ordered deported to his native Argentina. the Immigration
Service announced. The order was based on charges that Haymes
was indelible to re-enter the continental U.S. after making a
trip to Hawaii last June. Haymes. who entered the US. for per-
manent residence in 1937, has 10 days to appeal the decision.
The above picture was taken shortly after they v wed
Jj Utyar

d o o rs down specially-buil
troughs. The bombs were set
detonate just over the hesm
the Red revels.
On the ground, French recon-
naissance patrol ls slpd
through Red lines west of Die
Blen Phu and said the Commu-
nists were building up for heI
awaited final onslaught on the
French pilots also reported
that heavy traffic had been
slowed down on the 100-mile
supply road that was hacked
through the jungle to connect
the rebels with the Red China
border supply dumps.
More than 130,000 coolies were
reported packing supplies yes-,
terday but the number seen tU-
dly seemed considerably small-

The rebel VietrJnh high a6rn
mand charged that American
bombers and lighters had beea
used by the French high ca5
mand to drop bombs and Je!eI.
gasoline on Vietmlnh nt
The Red statement, broadcm
by Radio Peiping. said also th
the French command sW
March 15 had used cargo plan
to send in munitions to Jft&
Bien Phu airfields under
Cross flags.
Dien Blen Phu's two
cratered airstrips still wewsVt
der heavy Comm.unist
boipbardment today.-
Meanwhile, the French
command was reported ready
consider instruction of
ese troops by Korea
merican officers and
pro ed France can re
al control of ta ai
nation's wW

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The Mail ea Is o* pen forum f orw eders of The Panama Amenw-
Iken. Letters are rsived gmtefully and em handled ie u whHeWl c-afi.
dMtiil 0n04s.
If vW caetflbte a letter don't be Jmeatleat I It dose't? ppear the
aext day. Lters re published li the order r celv.
Pie I try to keep the letters limited to oem'-pe IetH.
Idenitv *t letter writesen i held In etIn e$ t # Mfidw m e.&
This newspeper essumaes as ,Mesnsdblit o itamts as pileM
epriessed in letters ferm rnse'es.


The only reason I keep my post office box in Balboa Heights
is because I like to go over there once In a while to seewhat is
hlappenin on the hill. But Its a nuisance goln across from Mindo
SDzry. Its sorta a long way to go to get my Sears catalogue an
bills an such stuff. Nobod.raver sends me a check or money or-
der or tells mne good news. seems like. All I get is bills and once
!n a while something real pretty like a Maralyn Monroe callender.
I couldn't take that home on account of the old lady but I hung,
It In the barn where it made a big hit with the caows. Dont
know why but they really appreciate that picture. Hung around
It an admired it. Even saw one young critter with tears In her
eyes walk away sorta lowin and mowlin an shaking her head.
But what I started out to say was that the last time I went
over to the Bulidin which was yesterday, there really was an
Improvement. In the decimal point pushers Brewery, that is.
Things aint improved much in the other side where the Personal
boys keep there ulsters active with big executive type problems.
But they had a big move in the other side. Sorta going In fer
cheesecake atl making there office more attractive for visitors an
Jist fellerse assin through.

Yesslree, its a real nice view now. They moved all them sour
Sfacd fellers out of the first large stall and put in a nice bunch
j of good lopkini gals an made them face the main aisle an cross
there legs tan emile at all the customers. An that's nice. It.
brightens up the place. Then they brought In another b4nch of
gals from Diablo Heights where they bin exiled an put them In
the Buildtn'ywblc is another big improvement an handy fer them
two on account they can git toast with there coffeen6w at dont
haveta buy a paper cup or bring there own like they done out, in
Diablo. ,
Saw one feller on the floor an he looked lost. He must have
felt lost two on account of he gave a scared look around -at all
them girls an scooted back down around the bend where .the menn
auditors an aocouhtanttshav4 a kinds private lodge an can sit on
each others desks an tell stories without having to worry about no
I see by the paper yesterday where a deer run down a police
prowl car. I knew that was goin to happen next after reading
all them letterAs bout deer o01 Ancon Hill an how they .bin getting
a shot at. You cnt push a deer ist, so far an then i u w turn
on you every time. Mean, t ThemDoll bL-. y that
deer didn't git In the car with them. Thea &4. _ba a hard
time explalnin that. But the atory didlit say M.w h deers in-
tentions was. Was the deer ptotestin about the lack of police
protection? Or was that jist the last deer on' Anon Hill trying
to git away from them army sharp shooters? Maybe bein the
last survivor, it was lonesome an wanted to snuggle up to some-
I got caows which git lonesome an try to snuggle up to me
sometimes. It can git imbarrassin especially Iffen they git you
pinned up against the barn door an lean oh you.
1 -- Sadeyt Sam


The port of New York Is closed to all shipping. This Includes
the Panama Line boats.
h P ympam thy, other ports along the Atlantic seaboard are
closed to ships that normally enter New York. This also Includes
the Panama Line boats.
As a result two of the Panama Line ships are tied up and
unable to move. The third will arrive In Cristobal in a day or
two, and In another few days will leave Cristobal, destination un-
Where does this leave us forgotten people? What are we t6
do for the things that these ships normally bring down here?
Why, we smile, of course, and wait.
However. is not the above rather stupid? Why is It necessary
for the Panama Line boats not to move? Why. just because they
have done it for the past fifty ears. can these boats only enter
the Port of New York?
There is such a place as the Port of New Orleans. with its
Free trade Zone. There are also such places as Los Angeles and
Ban Francisco.
Can someone on the "Hill" please explain why New Orleans,
only three days away, cannot be made a port of call?

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I The Piper's
4 Little Boy
I What Mother
looked for

56 Essential
57 Sea eagle
I Woven strip
2 Portent
3 Mad Hatter's
4 Indistinct
5 Jacob's third
son (Bib.)
6 Time allowed
for payment
Eyes (Scot.)
8 Foundations
9 At one time
10 Christmas
11 Finishes
17 Mistakes
19 Pays attention
23 Constellation

Answer to Previous Puzzle

24 Swiss 38 Fobt levers
mountains 40 Foremost
25 Outer garment41 Dark yellow
26 Viper 42 Tree trunk
27 Deadlock 43 "The cow
28 Gratuities jumped -
29 Where three the moon"
wise men of 44 Clan
Gotham went 46 French coins
31 Weirder 47 Seaweed
33 Queen product
S Boadicea's 48 Forsaken
people 50 Compass point


Some bopster behind 'the Iron
Curtain might say, "Comrade, dig
that crazy depression," and he'd
be no moreteonfused than any of
us. This Is the strangest recession
since the ancient seven lean years.
True, there arn now som 8,700,-
000 jobless. And the figure may
hit 4,000,000 before summer.
But theie arc more than 60,100,-
000 people working-and at record
wages. Since there are just upder
50,000,000 faViilles in the country.,
this means, statistically, that there
is at leas. one full-time worker
per fdmlUy. :

To match the grimness of the
tens of thousands who have been
laid off, there is the satisfaction
of some 500,000 men and 'women
who were jobless in January but
found jobs in February and March.
The latter figure: are the ones
President Eisenhower's aides are
watching most closely. They hope.
th increasing number of employed
will pull the country through the
setback period and make jobs for
more and more of the increasing
number of unemployed.
These advisers are harassed
men. On them falls the responsi-r
True, there are now some 3,700,.
ident when to unleash if at all -
the multi-billion-dollar public works
and tax-shaving programs. The
strategists are worried by steel's
slip ing off to 65 percent of its ca-
paecity-which will be the lowest
since 1946.

They're disturbed by the fact
-that for the first time since 1951,
there iq not a single tight labor
area-where there are more more 'ob
than, applicants. The last of these
happy jeb-hunting grounds went off
the surplus labor list last week:
Tha. was Hartford, Conn. It is now
a "balanced" labor area. ,
The presidential advisers, it cali
be reported, now feel that not until
May-two months later than they
expcted-will the actual upturn
coe. If there is no significant
change by mil.summer, then a
great many people will be in seri-
ous economic trouble. The 10 be-
lieves that troubled times are al-
rady here.
On the other hand, GOP advisers
are encouraged by the tact that
the construction industry is in bet-
ter shape today than in 1953. It
has more than held up-and em
ploys millions of men at high
wages. There is the men's clothing
industry, too. It is having a ter-
rific se.".son-. "- some reports in-
dicate that manufacturers are ac-
tually telling outlets to cut orders
because they can't be met.
Furthermore, reports indicate
that the drop in employment has
slowed "in i substantial number
of areas, particularly in centers
producing aircraft and certain
household appliances." The cut in
excise taxes, especially on the
larg appliances, is expected to
speed sales.
But the most encouraging sign to
the White House, economists is the
fact that at n( one time as we
slid down to the point of upturn this
month, did we hit the 1950 jobless
total. In 1950 it ran close to 4,800-
000, or about 1,000,000 more un-
employed than there are today.
The' was February 1950. By ay of
that year, v hen the Korean war
was still just a gleam in Mao Tsa.
Tung's eye, about 1,500,000 of the
total unemployci found jobs.
The worklers were streaming
back to jobs in peacetime factories
when the shooting started a month
later and gave employment a still
greater impetus in defense produc-
ion centers.
Today, almost four years later,
we're going back to peacetime pro-
duction again-and we are in much
healthier economic condition. The
layoffs of the past winter to a
great extent reflected our return
to peace. The jobiss were mostly
concentrated in "major production
centers for basic steel, nonferrous
metals, ordnance materials, ship-
building, electronics and electrical
equipment, tires and tubes, and
textiles," according to reports from
all states.
Which means that some 2,000,000
men and womeo who produced for
war are waiting for work producing
in peace The White House believes
that the working 60,000,000 can buy
enough to make jobs for the un-
employed. The CIO vigorously dis
agrees. We'll soon see.

New Sponsors Up
Carib Girls State
Fund To $410

New sponsors have added theli
contribution to the Caribbear
Girls State fund for the sensio
to be held at Fort Oulick, rals
In' the total t6 $410.
Since the Girls State will com-
mence Aprill it lstoped thai
sponsors w1lliid the program b)
sending chei or moOy order
as soon as I eMble t Mrs. Re
becca L. Hatten, P.O. Box 25
Cristobal. C.Z. Cheeks should be
made payable to Caribbean Oirl
This year, 54 girls will attend
Caribbean Girls State. two o1
whom will be observers.



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NEW YORK Advisers to two
presidents-Dwiht D. EirsnhoWer
and Walter P. 'euther-met early
this week here and in Washington
to discuss the "recession." They
are still as fat apart in their in.
terpretation qf the tame figures as
Gypsy Rose Le4 and the Japanese
Kabuki dancers.
Both the White House and the
CIO had something to point at in
this tel-tale month of March.
Unemployment is going up. But
so is employment. If more people
are not working, so are more
people working.


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SINGAPORE, Malay-Perhaps I Singapore, wh&e, revered from tralian, were all caught in Malaya
am incurably romantic, re- the Japanese upation, has a and wore out the war there and in
sent change, even for the better, long aned bitter ztimory of the Jap- Japan, where they were trans
but I was pleased to find Singapore anese. It is very" phqulbI that more ported. They seem quite normal
recast in its old mold on the dur- concentrated atrocity was vented now, because they were tough mn
face at least. The new stirring of on the inhabitiots of this lovely to rurviv at all. But this one has a
the restless East are there under- green Island. than any other place bad liver, from jaundice or mal-
neath the surface, of course, and the Japs toUched; nutrition and others still bear the
n d iy the East will belong en- The l*arty, ruddy, white clad marks of malaria and dengue. And,
Utly to the Asiatics. rubber irker *ho met us took us as my friend was saying:
But today Iit surface life is still to his 'm gilflint home for tea- "We seem quite ill right, except
that of the old W. Somerset the home, huge 1 the old scale of for.a tendency to pop off at rather
Maugham stories-tiffin and tea veranda ands ws, was occupied an early age. Every week or so
and red-faced planters drinking by a Japlaesee general. Then he you hear that old John's copped it,
their chota-peg; and stengahs and took us out to-how us his pride and or old Harry'stheart gave out."
gimlets on broad cldhb verandas. Joy,, tie famous Singapore race My friend pointed proudly to a
The slightly leath ry ladies- come course, { whlo he is an e:0cu- beautiful housing development on
in from a round of golf in the late tive.. his race course. They were trim
afternoon and hurl themselves into It the most apartments, set in neat lines, and
wide wicker chairs and shod utf e brow-n and black. kis played hapl
"Boy!" for a long cool one before w .imick, -tpMly in the yards.
dressing for dinner. clouding a hlo ta tand operating "This is our personal experiment
Business is brisk in the rubber room f rseL I in the modern age out here,' he
trad-, and the godowns at the hati- "I helped make .it that way," said. "These are apartments for
bor are jammed with merchan- said the rtbbe, man, "and also our Asiatic employees, and nice
dis The harbor is filled with craft helped keep it nice during the oc- they are, too. We find that if we
of all sorts-liners, freightelo, eupation. See that infield? I mowed giv them decent housing they
rusty tramps, dhows, junks, sarm- that lawn for the Japs. See that don't strike, and the race course
pans. The streets are hived with grandstand? I slept in it for a long runs like a watch."
humanity a'! traffic, time when the Japs had me. They
.thad mp for the entire length of the I couldn't help smiling at the
The humanity varies from hi- war. I weigh a normal one hut- idea of a race track, a horse park.
nese to Malay to Sikh to Hindu to dred fifty- pounds. When I was re- pioneering a field of simple so.
Tamil, and the traffic is ma leased I I eghd exactly eighty- ciology and spotting a trend to-
drawn rickshaw and tricycled rick- five pont*. No, you won't se any ward a general demand for better
show and Cadillac and Jaguar and Japs in Singapore now .. ." living that will ultimately wreck
Buick and Ford. You will not see A greV pereeptage of myfriends the white man's domination of the
Japs in Singapore. out this way, English and Aus- East.

Peter Edson In Washington

WASHINGTON (NEA) "If We know also that appeals to team in the United States," says the
we can't do at our eating out of agers can be made on the basis senator.

the garden this summer, I'm go-
ing to be mad," says Mrs. Herbert
Brownell, wifs of the attorney gen-
eral. The Brownells live in the
Wesley Heights section of Wash-
ington and .Mrs. Brownell sayl,
I"ve never had so much land be-
Already well up in thq Brownell
yard are shoots from 1000 bulbs
planted last fall. The ex-New York.
ers plan to put in peas, beans,
corn and tomatoes this year.
What about Secretary of Agricul-
ture -and Mrs. Ezra Taft Benson.
They hive no vegetable growing
plans. Instead they've put in two
big.swings and a trapeze for their
Water-Shy, Maybe
Department of Agriculture em-
ployes are trying to promote, not
a cooperative garden, but a coop-
erative country club. "Ag Repor-
ter," the employes' house organ,
has suggested the vwnturc with this
catch line:
"How would you like to take a
swim in a cool and refreshing pool
not too fa" from the office?" In
the first week, only 12 expressed
any interest.
Didn't They Know?
Secretary of Agriculture Ezra
Taft Benson has been giving diary-
men some free advice on how to
sell their products.
"We know a lot about the mar.
tary. "We know that low-income
families use less than high-income
families. Families with only adults
use less per person than families
with children. Women consume
less than men. Older women con-
sume -less than younger women.

of good looks, to older women on
the basis of fashion, to many on
the bails of health."
When In Rome--
Whether the State Departmntt
approves or not, Mrs. Clare Boothe
Luce has acquired the brand-new
Italian title of "Ambasclatrice."
The American ambassador to
Rome has indicated that the fem.
ine ending for the Italian noun-
is okay with her, and it has made
happy the Italian newspaper cor-
respondents who cover the U. S.
"Picking" Their Words
The Communist trick of making
the word "Peace" a tcade name
has finally raised a protest from
the Hungarian newspaper, "Esti
Budapest." This paper editorialized
that "in the ndme. of good taste,"
the word "Peace" should not be
applied to toothpicks.
"It is obvious we should not put
'Peace' into our' mouthi--whether

Dream 'Ceme True
Fordham UivnlV*ity recently be-
stowed an hosr;s'y Doctor of Laws
degree en Se tary of Labor
James P. Mitchell.It was his first
college diplonm. In accepting it, he
declared that "'Ths ceremony.
coming after mtch Of 'the labor of
a lifetime, fulfll long-cherished
and secret ambition of boyhood."
Discussing the American labor
situation in accepting his degree,
Secretary Mitchell said:
"When men are free, there will
always be some differences and
disputes growing out of their vary-
ing group interests and their in-
dividual ambitions. This is as it
should be. I hope the tme never
comes when labor-management dis-
putes vanish from the scene, for
only in totalitarian states are
grievances, strikes and lockouts
Ike's Personal Invitation

with a capitol 'P'. or not-in the Invitations to White House fune-
form of little pieces of wood. We tions always have the name of the
don't name axle grease after Beet- invited guest carefully hand-let-
hoven, or face-cloths after Aris- tered in what ib known as "eon
totle." graving script." to get this job
Food For Freedm done for the five formal state re
ceptions and the smaller dinners,
Sen. Paul Douglas of Illinois is teas and recepioms requires the
backing a $2 million government full-time services of two engoss-
campaign to relets ballooncar- rag clerks. They are Mrs. Myra
tried freedom messages ald small Bna and Earl Leslie. This year
packets of surplus U. "freedom they figure they'll turn out over
food" to Iron Curtain people. Ilarnvitations. Mrs. Adrian ToI-
"A bit of cieee, or a packet ley, chief of the White H o u se
of dried mil' wrapped nla a free- Social Office says there are sO
doL. dressage, will do wonders to few pele cable of doing this
upse* Communist propaganda and engraving script that it has be-
dispel the dreary ie a starvatea come most a st art.



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Question: Did Roy Cohn flex his
muscles for Walter Winchel by'
calling James Wechsler, editor of
the New York Post before the Mc-
Carthy Committee after Weehler
printed a series of articles oi Win-
chell? '
Answer: Wechsler it the only
leading editor ever called before
the McCarthy Committee. In news-
paper circles this crackdown was
considered a Cohn move to curry
favor with Winchell.
Question: Is McCarthy afraid of
ROy Cohn? Why did McCarthy ten
the Army to show no favoritism to
Schine when Cohn was absent,
then reverse himself in Cohn's
proeeace Why did McCarthy make
t clear to the Army he didn't want
Coan to know he considered Schine
a pest?

Cohn Knew Buried Bodies
'Answer: Cohn knew- all the se'
erets of the MCarthy investiga.
tion. He knew all the bodies buried
by the McCarthy Committee. He
also knew the personal problems,
bad sat in on at least one con-
ference where McCarthy debated
what he should do about the Las
Vegas SUn and extraordinary al-
legations it published regarding his
personal life which cannot be' re-
peated here. In brief Cohn knew
about all there was to know about
Question: What parts of the Cohn
conversations withthe Army were
censored? The Army's original re
port on the Sacine case"' was
about 72 pages' long, but only 34
pages, were published. What was,
left out?
Answer: Some of the language
used by Cohn was unprintable.
Also'in cases where John Adams,
the* Army Attorney, or his col.
leagues felt they might have had
hazy memories, the hazy portions
of the record were omitted.
'European Junket-

Question: Why the persistent at-
tachment of Cohn for Schine Why
was he almost savage in his de-
mands that Schine be transferred
BACK TO New York?
' Answer: The two have been in-
separable friends for some time.
Schine is 26 years old, had had
no important experience as an if
vestigator, served 'with the. Mc-
Carthy Committee without salary.
Cohn liked to have him around,
took him to Europe on a trip thai
would have beer. comic had it not
so disrupted US. relations. Re.
ported the rankfrt Abebdpost:
During the Cohn-Schine probe of
Communism in Bonn "The event
occurred which is still the main
topic of conversations. At 2:30 Mr.
Schine announced he had-put on
the wrong trousers. A driver was
sent to the hotel to pick-up the
right ones. Mr. Schine put them on,
then discovered his notebook was
missing. He rushed back to the


tons regarding ta
Question: What are the facts re-
garding McCarthy's- Itt-. t4 the
Army a. Dec. 2C5mla lag thatg|
Shine never wold M -kOen
drafted had not "Pcarson thited
screaming about his ease." I

Answer: On Dee.' ) t11 *am2
day of MeCariy' W .gi
Army, this writer told how ScMda.
was gting may special Lavon
at tort Dix that Gen. Conmiu
Ryan complained about it
earlier, on July 1T7, thiswriter
gave a detailed account of Sehbme'a
various physical exanmatdoes end
his draft deferments. This column,
which was tributed to news
Ppthmr. adva"ce, w m-h e t th
mmemdia attention ofthe M.
Ca'th eoffiee with the resut that
Mr. oy demanded t the
colma be killed. It was not illed.
But that same day, July 15, it is
now revealed by the Army record,
McCarthy approached the Army to
get a direct commission or Soine
since he might be Ldrafted.
ft McCarthy refers to 'the col-
umn as "screaming," then 'I plead

What I called attention to was
that Schine graduated from Har-
vard jt the tdose of the war,, got
a draft-exempt Job In the Army
Transport Service, later became an
executive of his father's AnMassa-
dor hotel, and when the Morman
draft call got hot, was elassified
1-A. However. he asked for another
physical at Governor's, u.d
N:Y., where he was clssifie4-F.
The doctors ruled that he1 bed-a
herilated disc with scolzoit per-
sonality. "
When asked about his Iraft -x-
enption, Schine told this col:fn
he bad beome Vie Prkesident a i
General Manager of a hotel eiha the age of 23. His. father, ,
admitted was chairman of the
board 1e also became exeCutive
Vice President of three theatres,
owned, he ackhowedged, by M hiA
father. .
t was the reporting of these
facts whies MeCarthy called

Pan-Am Model R"
Trains To un Now
On Wednesday
Pan-Am railroad modi tralas
will now run on Wednesday 14-
stead of Thursday nig ts, It was
revealed today.

The Pan ch
is an HO scale model nnlrdt,
has been located In the Ooroeal
railroad station' thept fle
years. The pub la Is wcomeu
view the opera= an t the mdEl
cilrd any .neay F lIght
between 7 and 8 p.m.

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"I just e Nroll withthe peaches" heIsys.
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w- (NZA) A
W -a -8. eMiiUns who
ae Communist Party in report on its ac-
the b I have made a
v ita oitrbutlon to breaking
the tk f the Pat treason-
mw, a iess a Amerca, acord-
W, In PU Director E. Edgar
Spersons have received
numerous national awards for
standing patriotism and have
ee widely acclaimed as heroes.
'AV the same time, Hoover
warn that the Cemmunlat men-
m in the U.S. Is far from end-
ed. Proof of the truth of this
SMit the shocking effec-
with which the. Party
mha been able to strike back at
the FBI' former undercover
ePartys motive is two-
'venge, and the need to
the credibility of the
Saginst possible future
M they might give.
oef t3 most unfortunate
v6 ,aIs William 0. Cummings,
a Tele Negro who is conslder-
ned of the most effective wit-
of the group against the
Party by the Justice Department.
o d the Party to its
ft-gjecelin la Ohio. traveled all
orvc the country In Party work
ia beame intimately acquaint-
ed wi the top Beds in the U.S.
I .AB iEM0res.
KI' itmo n more thas a
hal Smith Act trials a-
0d\t country has been of
at help in send many of
the top oommiesM to JaiL. Not one
San of the Information he has
has been proved wrong.
attorneys am. and his
t115s vstkood up under the
w bmd cros-examinatlon of
Snn attorneys.
Tat today Mil Cumuilngs Is
b*e*e by bTuftseao personal
ad fnimanew woes, due exela-
iweb h he eoptends. to Com-
au ht Party retaliation.
We has been dropped from his
re r ob a a skilled machine
oS r'MsaUd it barely able to
kwp_. ims large family eating and
el ed, thanks to part-time
consultant work the Department
of Jusi has given him.
A Wat many of the Negroes
In the neighborhood he lives in
*have Veen turned against him.
his f iantly and the handful of
frindsWbo have remained loy-
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San Diego Exchange Club. Ham-
lin says of Communist retalia-
"CP leaders work through their
dupes who are many times well-
to-do persons In the various
communities. These are whis-
pering campaign and prop-
manda drives more sueslful
than any direct physical violence
could be."?
Marlane Rowol, now trying to
begin life anew on the West
Coast after giving up a promis-
ing modeling and dancing career
to join the Party In New York, Is
finding the going very difficult.
Her work for the govern-
ment was revealed only re-
"I never had any doubt about
the trouble I was In for," she
says. "While I was In the Party
I heard them boast many times
that they could prevent Party
enemies from rising to better po-
sitions in all organizations, from
show business to the teaching
Louis Budenz, the well-known
ex-Communist who has done so
much to help build a legal case
against the Communist Party,
doesn't fit the category of the
others In this survey, but he Is
subject to the same smear cam-
paigns. He says:

pronouncement' "The insidious aspect of this
thrown out of attack Is the way they get seem-
isch he had been ingly respectable, non-Commu-
ber for many nWsts to carry the burden of at-
his undercover tack against you."
I the city coun-
hIm a pub&il A.

for his i
mrlty of
ed by a I

awards fim
Ipal League,
ant of a man

de the freshman
last fall and Is a
the vanity. Cum-
on a de w time
boy m = o and
et-wing influence
keedint him from


Local- !9 Cals
Special nood Meeting
A special meeting of the exec-
utive board of Local 900. OCOBC
-CIO will be held tomorrow at
6:30 p.m. In the headquarters of
the union at La Boca.
Matters affecting the welfare
of all local rate employes will be
discussed at this emergency

Death Benefit Asme.
A meeting of the Silver Em-
ployesDeath Benefit Association
wi be held In the Santa Cru
Clubhouse on Monday night at
7:30. Business will include the
election of a representative to
the boa.d of diretors. There-
ident and other officers wll' ad
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tBig Splash--26th Oscar 4ow

HOLLYWOOD. March 24 (UP'
i.-Movicland's biggest, giveaway
iow. the 26th annual academy
awards, will splash across TV
screens tonight with a host ol
well-knoun stars presenting a-

wards to the'"las familiar *in- make the ant direction presenta-
I ners. tlon, .
The array of stars aivina Os-.- Lovely Irene Duine -will give
Cars during NBC's two-hour the award for best direction,
I show reads like a "Who's Who in with Frrd Zinnemann "From'
IHollywood." There are so manylHere to Eternity." aAd Williaml
top-fl ght actors In the give-,Wyler *'Roman Holiday" favored
away department that many big, to cop the ooker-faced statue.
names have been relegated to Thr' lv t 1 0
presenting minor awards. Walter Brennan, an Oscer eoThere's whoUllynata t e
holder himself has been ehooen person who doesn't see the sao
For instance, televlslon's Jack to present the winnln suport- caed humor of practical joke
Webb will present a golden stat- ing actress with her award. -and that is the victim. In
uette to the winner of the around time, people become a little leery
award. and glamorous Elizabeth Favorites are Thelma Ritr the practical joker bec
Taylor will hand out the best for her role in "Pickup on thev never know who will beo
documentary short subject Os- South Street," and Donna Reed1next to be made to look rldlcu-
car. for "From Here to Eternity." Ilous
Esther Williams will makr the Dopesters have In s tailed The practical joker often Un-
film editing award while dasn t- Frank Sinatra as a prohibitive wittingly plays a big "Joke" eo
ing Tyrone Power will have the favorite for best supporting himself-he loses friends.
unglamorous task of awarding actor for "Eternity."
the scientific and technical Os- ator and Burt Lancaster "Eternity"
car.and But Lancaster "Eternity"
car. Given an outside chance is are the favorites.
Gene ierney, formerly mar obert Strauss In "Stalag 17." In addition to the stars pre-
ried to fashion designerney formerly mar- setting Oscars. Donald O'Con-
Sain.ti wm h. in dher element Mercedes McCambridge, also nor will be on hand as master-
Cassini, will be n h element an Oscar owner, will make the of-ceremonies with Frederle
en d presents he Cos- presentation. March handlIng the New York
turme design award. portn.
Kirk Douglas. whose best Gary Cooper will be seen by;
known literary effort was a no televiewers when e makes his Even. the sponsor hired a star
to Jack Dempsey's ex-fiancee, a presentation for the best Rctress to pitch the commercials-for.
^hlcuke^tm tfh u/awadi mer radio-announcer Paul Doun -
scheduled to hand out the writ- award. mer radi announcer Paul o -
Ing award. lea, and the five songs nominat-
n awar. His portion of the program' ed for awards will be sung by an
Dancers Marge and Gowrwas filmed in Mexico some time all-star east.
Dancers Mare and Go t wer ago. Best bet for this race is Au-
Champion will be on tap todrey Hepburn--who, the sharp Ann Blyth will sing "Secret
boys say, will win going away for Love," Dean Martin will render
"Roman Holiday." "That's Amore"; Margaret Whit-
haI ng will warble "My Flaming
Shirley Booth will award the Heart"; Connie Russell sings
i best actor Oscar. She will be "Sadie Thompson's Song," and
seen on live TV pick-up from Donald O'Connor and Mitzi Gay-
SPhiladelphia. nor will sing and dance "The
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The r of the Utd thestaff of the Gorgas H pl-
Rort B, Mem- tal from n to IM Mat-
ek and Mr Memniliger were these a4d their two daughters, Jane
S.fag Dud dinew ~given and Ann. arrived Monday from
Satth at- their heme in Bay City Texas for
eiee in re to rs. a visit of two weeks on time Isthmus,
~b..w e ap Economle during which time they will be
tae.m~ mDibaly-. who guests at the Tivoli Guest House.
"o M iti.,I=afthjd Satur- Dr. Matthes is a delegate to the
.ragpeted by her Inter American Medical Conven-
red KaKeaneth Campbell Weds
aLodea Girl
r. I Mrs. Chae P. Morgan Mr. Kenneth Paul Campbell,
were hotr fOr a bar- as of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Cam
et given Wednesday bell of Balboa, was married to Miss
at their residence in bon. Marjorie Camp, daughter of Mr.
o Joseph Shaeffer form- Edward Camp of London, England
t fSurges Gorgas Bos- and the late Mrs. Camp., in a don-
and now in the office of the ble ring ceremony performed be-
GeneriJa Washington, fore a group of close Iriends in
--i I the slayfair Presbyterian Church
Soed Shaeider is. the house r n Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on
ot of Mr. and Mrs. Morgan. March 13.

friend at 4M4 Chester Avenue,.
to her home n tiboa after hav-
ing attendedthe wedding and vis-
iteA heri cdn in he United
Mrs. Ce0he And Children
Here From Chile
Mrs. Rita M. Cohen, the wife of
Dr. Benjamin A..Cohen of Santia-
o, Chile, arrived Monday aboard
the "Mareo Polo" accompanied by
theL three children for n short
visit on the Isthmus, during which
time they are guests at Hotel El
Dr. oben is the Assistant Sec-
retary of the United Nations from
Mrs. Coheb and her children tilan'
to sail Sunday aboard the S. S.
Panima for the United States.
Farewell LiMebeeI Homers Visitor
Mrs. Dalton M. Locke was host-
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The guest book was a linen
luncheon cloth on which &ak gueat
tr(Acqd I leh. hand and Igne
hids fiaj, to be emsbroldern I
black by the hostess before prea.
ientatin.a .the honaoee.
Assisting'Mrs. Locke were Mrs.
Robert McCoy, Mrs. Maurice Mar-
tin Mrs. Melton Eady, Mr. Glenn
TFer, -Mrs. James Dykes, Mrs.
Otis Baron and Mrs. William
Scott. Mrs. William Scandrett pour-
ed the after luncheon coffee, dur-
ing which time the honoree open-
ed aer many gift. ,
Thesi ated n in loaded, Mrs,
Gedrge Stanley, Mrs. Frank South.
Mrs. Joseph Werts, Miss Rachel
Martindale, Mrs. Cummings, Mrs.
William Troust, Mrs. James Ni-
chols, and Mrs. Charles Young
The older Mrs. Locke plans to
her home in Derry, Pennsylvania.
Farewell P.ary Honors
Captain And Mrs. Patterson
Captain George W. Patterson,
U. S. N. Chief of Staff of the Fif-
teenth Naval District, and Mrs.
Patterson were the guts of hon-
or at a fareill party given Tues-
day evening at the Army-Navy
Club Fort Amador by Officers of
the Fifteenth Naval District and
their ladies.
Captain and Mrs. Patterson ac-
companied by their daughter. Su-
san. pan to sai. Saturday aboard
the USS Gibbons for the United
States en route to their home at
Wardour, Annapolis, Maryl an nd,
where he will be temporarily at-
tached to the Potomac River Na-
val Base until his retirement from
the Navy.
Miss Kam To Wed Albert Anyn
Announcement has been made
of the engagement and approach-
ing marriage of Miss Hercilia
Kam, daughter of the late Mr. and
Mrs. William Kam of Colon, to Mr.
Albert H. Asyn son of Mr. Jonas
Asyn and the late Mrs. Asyn.
Miss Kam attended Saint Mary's
Academy, New Cristobal and is a
graduate of the Academy of the
acred Heart of Mary, Sag Harbor,
Long Island, New York. She is
presently employed at Naval Stat
tion Rodman.t
Mr. Asyn is a graduate of La i

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the quarter of -
1 m3. Dave Garroway sat quietly while any rate, I aim to keep it my way
Ian NBC official made a lengthy even though they change their
Salle Colle or ransama City, and speech, just before Dave was to minds. I want to keep that intl.
is connected with G. J. de Cordova. announce the winner of his "Girl mate relationship with the viewer
The wedding will be solemnized o ioday'" contest. Where he fi. at home."
in June. lly glot the floor, he said "One The shiny-domed star of "The
more word, and we would have King and I." Yul Brynner, com-
had to give equal time to Walter mands a public which worries it.
Cronkite." (Just in case you don't self sick about his boldness. Every
Couple Club Get Togeter bkow your morning TV, Cronkite week Yul says he gets three or
At Idorga's Gardems las Dave's opposite number on the four betie of homemade glop, de-
The Couple Club of the Balboa new CBS Morning Show.) signed to cure same. His dressing
Union Church conducted its month'- room looks like inventory day at
ly business meeting and special ltt- the hair tonic works.
together on the grounds of Mor-
gan's Gardens at Miraflores on Jerry Lester, the ran who rode Brynner's public should stop, al-
Tuesday evening courtesy of Mr. to fame on a bucking beanbag, has ready. He's bald, but happily so.
and Mrs. C. P. Morgan. a new daytime show on NBC-TV. On him, no hair looks good
This prompted him to let loose the no har looks
The first order. of business was blast which follows: The price of success, in the case
an outdoor cooked supper of ham- of Ken Lynch, is baggy trousers
burgers with all the trimmings, "There's more leeway in day- of KeLynch playsnch i the unseen lieutenantrs.
followed' by a short business meet. time rogramming-the kind of lee- on DuMont's "The Plainclothes
oP onouoyt' ssusiss t- onTheP clotes
Ing and an hour of group singing. way enjoyed on 'Broadway Open Mar," a show notable mainly for
House' (his old late-night show) its use of the subjective camera
Among those attending were Rev.- before it became so successful that technique. That's a gimmick where
erend and Mrs. A. Shaw; Mr. and I was badgered into confor o by the camera lens subs for
Mrs. H. V. Howard, Jr.; Mr. and what I myself originated. C or, ynch's ee, and what you see on
Mrs. R. W. Stoudnor; Mr. and Mrs. mity is intmacy's kiss of death, yc ewt
C. W. Kilbey and guests, Mr. and and TV is supposed to be inti the sreen is suppou see fd to be ex'
Mrs. K. Hellums; Mr. and Mrs. mate, isis't it? the lieutenant.
Seeley; Mr. an Mrs. W. E. L "Maybe t's because the ad agen- This lends itself to some excit
dy; Mr. and Mrs.. W. Matthew; cy masterminds figure that after ng camerawork. It also lends
yrs. F. Saunders; Mr. and Mrs. ell, what can go wrong In the Itself to th, afores aid baggy trous-
C. R. Vosburgh; Mr. andOMrs. D. daytime, so they let you alone. seen and, tonget them in front of
R. Harned; Mr. and Mrs. M. Smith the camera, he must kneel on the
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Demarest; Mr. wings are always held on the night floor quiteoften Kneeling does
and. Mrs. G. Lee;, Mr. and Mrs. of the last Tuesday of each month. nothing for a trousers' crease.
F. K. Van Zandt; Mr. sad Mrs. Mark your calendar and attend Although he has starred on the
G. A. Thibodeau;. Mr. and Mrs. this interesting and 'educational show for 4% years, his face has
R. S. Herr and guest, Mrs. Cora meeting eaoh month, never been seen. Which is a shame,
Adains; Mtr. a Mrs. D. W. Mel- because it's a nice, friendly face.
,kli Mr. and Mrs. Gerchow; Mr, He's from Troy, N.Y.. and has
and Mrs. E. M. McGinnis; Mr. and Cake Sale Saturday been in radio sinec 1935. Because
Mrs. G.E. Girard; Mrs. Arleen The Balboa Rainbow Assembly of his roughvoice he's played
Osborne;. M. and Mrs. W. H. No. 1 will sponsor a Cake Sale on more gangsters than you can shake
Townsend; Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Saturday at 9:00, a.m. to be held a nightstick at. He frankly enjoys
Clark; Mr. ,and Mrs. F. W. Hoh. at the Curundu, Diablo and Balboa playing the lieutenant pnd being
mann; Mr. and MrN. R. Ashbaugh; Post Offices and at the Cathedral on the law and oraer side of things.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Cassibry; Mr. of St. Luke in Ancon. This business of being unseen
and Mrs. J. Hamred; Mr. and Mrs. has its pr os anoi cons, He's very
D. Huber; and Mr. and Mrs. O. For further information tele- happy that he can walk around
Riesch. phone the Chairman, Mrs. E. Zirk- town without b ein g mobbed by
At the April meeting of the man, Balboa 4265. fans, but he does feel that acting
tle Clupl M lmer f the ---n by voice alone is tougher than if
Couple Club, Mr. Elmer Stevens he could use his flce to help con-
will give a talk on the Indian Thof Woman's Club To Meet April 1 vey emotion. Of course, one big
the bawill ck-countrtey of Panama. The dee Gamboa Woman's Club will advantage is that he can read his
talk crwill be illustrated with slide holt its regular monthly meeting lines.
in color couple Club monthly meet- Thursday, April 1. at 7:00 p.m at The part he likes best, though,
the Gamboa Civic Center. Is "The Plainclothes Man's" infor-
mality-he can wear plain clothes.
SAt 8:00 p.m. the public is in- Even baggy trousers.
vited to attend the meeting to hear --
guest speaker, Mr. Karl Curtis While most filmed TV shows
lecture on ancient pottery and should stay in the can, the old
gold. His talk will be illustrated by law of credit where credit is dua
slides as will as by actual pieces applies evetihlere. Therefore, give
of pottery and gold. the Singer Four-Star Playhouse a
pat on the boom-mike for "The
Light refreshments will be serv- Last Voyage," with Charles Boyer;
ed by committee members: Mrs. This fine, exciting, sensitive story
Sellens, Mrs. Ehrman, Mrs. Har- is being' revived-one of the few
sob, Mrs. Donahoe and Mrs. Cat- films that anybody would ever care
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o 'o Automobile DR. WENDEHAKE. MEDICAL CLINIC WILLIAMS Sonte Clare beach Cot
I nousenl J _.-~ w.. -u oupe Central Avenue, K Street Corner tOges. L 4. cmforto, men I
W SALE:- Three mohcgony bed. FOR SALE. --1942 Plymoulh coupe Telephone 2-3479, Pononao. n ear. Baoboe 0 exmicept
complete with spring and SmmCns Excellent condition, ood point, ra- -L -VINDIL TODO offers* Sa weekends.
treusst $73,00 eoch, one che.t dio. heater $225.00. Phone 85- EL s, IE cobinels office chairs: S le hp Oceanids. ott Santo I
C drawers $ o50.00. Gren. 14 21-. ------ mimecgraphs, Kardex, ot froction of Clero, Bo 435. Blboo.. Phon
S7ao. opposite PHoter E P'ona FOR SALE:-1947 Chrysler Windsor cost. Ave. A, 84-A. Plnsme 3.1877. Cristobal I-1673.
Ri SALE:--Complete set of Mort-' 4-door edoan. Good conddlon, ra. NOTICE.-- Person holding my Peki- Foster's CotfW One mllo peosI
l1"4ke and Kay Doullon chno d,.hio. do, now poin. Con be fanced. N e |o C ,oE dy h block okce ro's Col, o. your '
cvstal glosse, oil po;nt.ngs. Very Duly paid. Tel, Pa. ams 3-1618. noe dog, brown ith black face Santa Car. PIe 1br yaw I
re o s tal o ase opp 2 19". .. .. .. .. since M o n d ay a ftern o o n is k n o w n lln en s m p h o n e e.. sa 162. 1
re spnob'. App:s 2199. yVa FCR SALE. Clean 1950 Chevrolet Better release it at once and avoid Gromlich Santo Clara Beach cottages
IAcross from Mercad Baturo_ 4-door- Completely overhauled trouble. Solos, Roosevelt Ave. 182. electric refrieratio gs stoes.
'>SALE:--Refrigeritor. 25 cycles; broke, new tirds, -hoilwOve radio Colo" _____ __ modern rates. Phone 6-441 or
Sing. om set, bdroom set houSe- M ,.t ell medately. Wll accept. oemonth; Exmnt -o---- of 4-567. I
ar-tclet. Mouse 0840-G, Sala- be.t cati offer. 3-1697. herfoglob.n.e m talso Examination of 4-567.
....hemoglob.n. We also examine Urine,
Ir< SALE Four buses. Juan Diaz blood, feces, sputum for tuberculo- POR R Nl" I
e .5A.LE.-Simmrons double Bealut5-' role 'lew treb $6000.00. Tele- Iss, bacteria and porasites. General FUK KRN I 1
a s -.attress. bed. Ike new S90.0C( phone 3-3G21. Clinical Laboratory, located in frant I
phoneoe 3-5817 CamcoAlegre. Ipo SALE:-1949 Cheveet S- 1 of the Centrdl Theater. From 2 p.m HOUWS
RSALE --Norge refrigerator, 2' Delivery t panel truck i, Ideal 2-.FOR RENT.-Furnishednew modern
It; rahoganv liingoon set. 5- for lieist .sha. grocery stre, de O AL chalet -F M lores Is cher re
.pe" three steel dre-iers. Margar- livery service. This vehicle is n e FOR SALE chalet n r secfone: two bedrooms.' rsi-
6 -IBPhne31860olfcond ,WilS l rdential section I: two bedrooms. ga
Sf6 8054-B. Phine 3-IS60 client e Duitii,$. will 1cric Ce MBrilBI rage $110.00 monthly. Call 2-l
a, SALE -Westnghouse refrigera- l. 211 Cl.. 142. 3436, Panomd, durclng office hour s.a
o 25-c cle 8021-D. Morgarito FOR SALE:-- White Leghorn chick. FOR RENT Ch,..,: 4 bedrooms. i
a 3--,9C. FOR SALE --1941 Plymouth 4-door pure bred, Ameriaort government livingroom, dningroom., kitchen,
ALE-- -c ....ratr SCdon rodio. aeat covers. 87-520) certificate Santa Fe Ppultry Farm, dr. -a ln.r ..yard $150.00. I
SALE:' 5-c i-cle ,elrgerotor days 83-5174 evening S.A Box 936 Telephone 52 06 Sage n argevaT.lephon
4 1 ca ll 25-3517 after 4.30 p. Panama. R.PB 9e 2229 duStree offic. 15, Telephone3-
ifL as_ tove. rcfrigertr IFOR SALE -,, office hour.- Caretk-;l
y th bed&crib cGomplete. buggy SFOAL SALE -One 10" saw tilting ar- er across e street.
1 ,st'"r tetter-bobe, youth Itno- Real Flae bor w/60-cycle-'olor. I-!p. 3450- FOR RENT:- Furnished chalet, Soni
,e.metal desk & n.ta-- sand.. ___ _--- ""-_____ 'pm on stand .with s..witch and c- Francisco. for 4 months to childless.
~-4us No. 21. 40th Street, Tel 'ST. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA is colled cessories; one compressqr w/60-cy- couple or two gentlemen. But stop. |
Panoma 3-0657 Ihome by more Canal Zone families :cle t 3-hp. comop. with agn & cup, Cook-maid, utensils. Goll 3-2629. 1
-- .. -.....- than any other cfty in the U.S.A. For ready fdr sprayingg. Coas be seen at '. --.-.l .. ..
ALE--Gas stove. 4-bu ner, v ,information on a home to suit your Quart.r, 151-, Ft. Gulick or call FOR RENT:-2 wsll furnished smal
g ood condiion. Pre 535 00o In- specifications' write, James F. Olive.1 8-8614. b' ingals. 1 Reasonable p ice. c,
Sc Tel 3.2550 c/e Robt. E. Leo;, kealtor, 611 Firsl PANAMA CANAL COMPANY from Mercado arurro.
BSai-rs or A- ___ Pve. North, St. Petersburg, Flo. (33 OFFEIRS MISCUl"AN.OUS ga L.L ---
SALE -4-burner stove. good veos pf real estate experience.) SA OR SAFOR RENT:- Completely f Irnhod. .
cortlion. Juslo Arosemena 97, top URGENT: B oa t leaves Sohttrday. Seoled bids, for opening in public, will very cool residence in s els Visto
." Must sell Friday 26th, best cash of- be received until 10:30. o.m., Morch 46th St. No. 22, only to responsible
OrSALE 1952 M.,del9 Generao for, concrete chalet: two bdirooms. 31, 1954. in the office of Superinteh- party Parch, i iingroom, dining-I
Elecrice rf ogerc tor hke new: g' 900 square meters with fruit trees, dent of Storehouses, Balboo for 34 room. 3 bedrooms, hot water, pan-
e Good price. hone 3-1858 near new Racetrack. Best offer now Itens of. Miscellaneous Stet, Shopes try kitchen, gatoge and potio. Tel.
e --.- -only $3,000. PATTERSON,. 2-2346. located ot. Se tiomn "'." BAlbo Store- .3-0436. $190.00 permonth.
OR SALE'- New Monitor wo, n, W .---- house, telephone 2-2720. Invitation FOR RENT:-Furnished residence, No.
m;echine. 60-cvcle. S50 00. H.r No 56 may be obtained from the '36 Cuba Avenue; 4 bedrooms, 3
,4-D, Rio Gronde Street, Pedro M,. J e .... V lt 'bve source, or from office of Su- bathrooms, rivingroom, diningroom,
j Phone 4-573._ eVlM ; |ntendent f Storehouss, telephone kitchen, receiving room, br, maid's
SRH dLE:--Bendix dialomolic wash-I1 l l 5. room garage. Telephone 3-3469 or I
Machine, one wool rug. Phont [1# E lB IIinIalk 1 SALE:-Zenith portable Trans. _3-517 __. _
2fa. Qars. 291-B. Albrook. r "ceonic radio, 6 months old. Navy FOR RENT:-Modem chalet: 2 bed. I
FOR SALE I laN- Ai I 330. ___ rooms, porch, diningrodm. Near bus I
*.I I" IIII R5IH IU FOR SALE! Radio parts and test stop, Well located. 9th Street ond4,"
Iv m. o e 6 -equipment. Kodak medallist, com- Secbtd Avenue No.. 54, Son Fron-
,IOtllve.lla WASIWNGTON, March 25 (UP) -pressor, jewellerj lotRa and nany- cisco, telephones 3-20)8-3-1076.
*USALEs-English motorcycle. 650 -The Agricultuttre DepartmentOi ..her -borl ins. PIm not trying to FOR_ NT.-No. 17 Chalet in Juan
4 tl l new. Coll Panoma 2-5426. da named 34 private trade ax aoke money. Have to get rid, of FrnIo, between Chw erflold kioshko
l urs, s who will* leave for Europe, everything by. Saturday. *Garoge and Los Angeles gos tatioon.
Satin America and Asia nsex 161-X-1 Borneby St. 7 p.m. to ;---.--- -- + chalt. I
NT ED TO BUY o10th t explore wSys of opeilag :30 p.m. FOR RENT.- treewoe"Tram cholet,
SIup markets for Americay faro p e o- p.mno. --I_ 'new: Loarge livlng-dningroom, three
2 -... up ar-.eTts t mce... ... :," 'IOR 9ALE:--Winter Spinet piano very services and maid's room, garage,
: 25 cycle automatic piduic* good condition. Phone 3-4253, large yard Dr. Alberto Nosorro
ingya mahrd, Dr. Ailnerto orro
Thing machine Phone ls nm 3- Membets of the mission inclu:Ile: anoma -_____ ___ Street No. 26 ot El Congrejo. I|
.. ..-.- Northeka rB: J. Hut, FOR SALE:--Hercules engine, 25-hp
president ohalf- 'AWBOWi %2500W-.p.m,.; 25-cycle 3-hp. elet-
Inc., Wsht."S- ., -m.o trickc motor; James motorcycle; 25- FuO B ENI
HWlarIm U Sodthern Eurpe: W. *Ray *iltke.] 'cycle clock; kitchen cabinet; boy's r
SNational Cotton ounil, Me"i- .bicycle; smoll mohogcidy dropleof Apartments I
UIIMm I.lli ppis, Ten..; James J. Love, Quin lI table. Phone Balboo 321.1, House. |
UplDD linll eey, Fla. 5608-.B, Hodges Place. Diablo Hts. ATTINTION i I. Just built modern
Latin America: George Bluir, furnished opartment, one. t we
American Rice Growers Assn., St. Helo Wanted bedrooms., hot, cold water. Tel
gnalall .Charles La.; Robert R. Coker ephoam Panamo 3-4941.,
Coker's Pedigreed S eed, O;. WANTEQ: Maid for general duty. FOR RENT: Modern 2-bedroom
AN Cuba, March 25 tUP> Hartsville. S. C.: Paul Sndets No. 21, 52hd St., Apt. 7, Campo apartment with living and dining-
banu era'l. prote-a.ur, antd Southern Planter magazine, Rich.* Aloer. TeTephone 3.5817. room, kitchen, maid's room andil
La w1re w..,ed today to re. m d, Va., W T. E -Cook & housekeeper for both in Compo Alegre, neighbosr-
1 t i'ei.i; ,urthler slip- u e, to liv in. Must have god- hood of Hotef El Panam-. For fur-
.n.ent pokelman iul 51 36 after 5 pm FOR RENT: One-bedroom unfur.I I
rto Ri oes nast a all F C 8 ther. particulars please ca 34968.
.,a ,;lattAWUd(le tossard suCl 5 _" nished oportment near Canal Zone.
glrf W- one of "conAvailob!e nrmodiately, Call Pano-i
AnLdodrdeveled o,, lV UGFmu r fin"e T akI1 Ima 2-wff2or 3-0763, a,,dint,
thoe who "*et in cuntrudie r A A..R L I FOR RENT: Furnishedoportment
t hat position will come up ALASKAN AIRFIELD INSIDE l with 2 bedrooms ot 46th Street ond

tpgol vrandth. act the" "nil-onstratiou that alternate i for Atu Telelh, s-st6a. ,i
7 S. a oene ts o aw.t" IIG offia todayrdi S On A f s; VenezuelaoAve. Colt Curundu 3282.'

S cwith the admin t.niMrstIn ss ca h da psetn tamyn ViAgentinaiN
Sa nd t overnight i n the p virtual. Hauser, Panama CaAi e Ioy FOR RENT:-Two-bedroom furnish
1l and student body in sup- who died yesterday afternoon in apartment one oir-conditioned
f tverrsity auto s AC-2 Flying Boxcar tested the Colon Hospital, wil be held Mn-a on Pel eet. rlLo3-1277. I
ear ierfsitys udon. rujiy t aod ay and dy morn ln at 9 o'clock in the F RENT.-2-bedroom apartment
SIU eil raw gang luehfoun it as stable as concrete. Church of the Holy Family In liyinhroaom, diningroom,. kitchen.
ime..o .,rst tried t h.u. e Within a .2-hour period, the akdt M arita. o lounory roo maids room with
7--lin]president lrrys rI Furce's heaviest and i g h t ea a bthAroomAlbert NovoNrro
*th,- t hen .shontup-seUrS ,planes, including a F94 Jet inter. Members (q the Veterans of Street Np. 1OongreJo" $110.I
adl Repr.sentatives ca en ptor, taxied down the 10000- oeign Wars, P0et,100 of Cristo- Telephone 3-11 I
%l"arma" the Cuban. people tt long, 20-foot wide, runway balll *act as pal bearers r FO- RENT-bedroomor-

man a an operable airfield in a desola- Mr. Hauser, who was employ-I ask for Mrs. I.
io-- "l o b ofruh, bie and gully in ed g as loec security ,aud at lRENT:'-t- uit -
And Mexicos i tha o weeks of A. horaaun n ter tak lI ter FOR RENT: Modern just painted
e St dday morning, while on duty. He apartment: living-diningroom, twc
SMuaiud clockne1o-yr ft h ackeds outMwas rushed to Colon e. pltal bedrooms, hot water, 5 closets go- I
S ..IrSCUs rl ABC Mr Hau sever, ourwa s em lay r-. JaustoArse.men97l top noo
-- Problems F ..R... .N ., .....f... ..abo.t..en tr,
OIGTON, arch 25 P l IP) VI In 1n ntu HCeur as n biti C.lEC gel Fmdrej. W e
United States and Mexico an gully d B M employed -----
nd conference here n than two weel theaince tht time ook with the Locks FOR RENT:- Small oportment aer
y to discuss mutual radio Security Patt l at Ota. office I third o hot wate on street adjoin-
a problems it was an t He was a tra of world i Hotel El nam). Modertel
G O rn-y NEW YORK, March 25 (UP)-'War fl ha ingl served with the Priced. Apply Foto Holc6n. Next.
nlats Department said the 'he American Broadcasting Co. U.S. Aironre In Airoe. Africa door. Telephonea 3-1179. or 3-:
will aim at negotialiug ra'io and television network.< and the lMills 35t. He was a 2407. ____________
m agreement on standard aces a osible work stoppage to- member of 'the lks Lodge No. FOR RENT:-Apartments. two roo- I
broadeastig problems d.ay as thc result of a jurisdiclton- 1542 of Crti&. the American unurnished. Carrasquilla, Sob"ncs
term agreement can be a 'l'dispute between two unions. ILetlioln ina Vaterans of For- New concrteJ,, us.. Apl Estu- I
tWOSwwk17 longereman elvso ad Radno Aatisia urvlva'him n a brother, ___n _e-e-"d
*iUMr ths fall o rthratened to order' its members Alclde R. Hkuter, member ot the ?R RENT: 2-bedroom fumishec
'vious basic agreement be- o, walk out of ABC studios i New Crtstobal Pol ce three s- apartment. 2d Street Prejil Nc
kthe United States and Mex- York, Chicago and Los Angele at terms. Mq Marie Hauser of 11, Telephone 3-2694.
expired. The Mexican de- sundowIn tomorrow unless the net- Jackson Neiht, N.Y. Mrs. Ida I
M to Monday's meeg wll wor re q uire ntusieians who Alv oL o raaZ Mrs. Pn i Offre I
i K w by .los Nun Sof the p' ulnes or perform in so.m Georgeto ..lott,18 A exui.rla. PoSllOl Offered l
v~wt ry of Cooiea. other way to..eso join ha t nlonB. Va., aid all. h, Idtere. .. ld Wj
uc Works. The U. S .erge, executive mecr- HaMser, o MW r. WANTED: fmqerienced executive t
I l. be beaded h chair- taLry of AFTRA ,said at James 1 "'-- secrtory. Must be fluent in Eng-j
iyde the e al C. Petrillo.. +presidet of the A..e l L U +la lish h r Spe h Call 3-4934, from
Comhsm. rican Fede M -o. s, #n I, t vuUuI 3 to 5 p.m.
Joining .Ia March 2 WANTED:- Serviceman for ashin;
Im other roles on live shows la Cl- .s a g-R, -old Itb.., pairs Mus ho c rcia draw-
I It "o i. contract wmi A, N-, N raisdl ll' herl EMetric, .A No. 72, Pru ^ v

ler aid. es pl\ w far tal s sow norm.
A I oes stui for ABC said sold her bought tw WANTED:--fpish-Spanwih secrota.-
plans i ave been made or eia-- which l sd iand ryOd qpelbr rbeh lonk omg. Co-

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G9I U. F. IWNOVEY, INC. Chase, p t of the TIT S1 g W _
Cen lP Pkecific Civic C _nand a rp-wlarep., I-Mll pa tt =.iii
S CentrIal Aver.e TeL l-s141 resentative from eaich of the two tonss la e
other Pacific aide -councils to they an ree tmil
meet with H. L.Dbnovan. Civil] The, rduatiom-latW M '
Learm Ballroom Delcing Affairs Director to discuss the service was to 11 M-e tfi
umtter t rter., substantial savnlUs fVVf iadrW11
st uditro Air-tel o aoneama Cou represntitlved CAlled'year bcaw of't .mU,
IHotel a anam for the ruet hen of the Aneon.U.lona on4h0 V _011u al 1,
Hount: 4toIps p albot Height and. DIa bloervt"e..fthlsl" wlie M cinu
S.- $-111 --4 Heighti post offices t mail de- as an alternati to other tM1.s
alboa. C. i avery units and curtailment of such a- tia-e im-eoiw f S of
_.-s Kee..., Smb, umb., s window service at Uiteo M l ore pO ptl lt a d it .
Uetms. umlberil.ato gfisimerespos
wS. PauMsrP. and Gambot Post ces to a- some area oftl .
bout four hours a The change at-te.te poet
11 arnell & (ounn To offset the curUment of offices were not xflted to 40*
n postal service on the Pacific d aie all any reduction of for AT
I to some extent and to minimize cept through normal atWtll .l
the Inconvenience to the general the Canal Zone postal- "tm.
I HROPRAG RT0 public, it was planned to in- Several vacant poiUoiIn l the
SiniO ACTOR crle tbe window service at the prnt4l sy tem would Mt be fill-
Balboa Pot office. The setual ed tMe remainder of the for"t
.iA. me 1SOIAC extension of such service hours reductions would come through
oIC11 HOUMS: would be determined by the vol- norumal- retuent or rolupa
-te l ndI-*e.Mm.* u n of business at the Balboa termlnatloMu
"r d. mn L m POst Office following the change. During the p'ly part of the
t I block from Lux Th uei All financial t r a nsactions, meeting. Brig. C Don Long-
Ssuch as the sale of stamps and fellow was present to disesM
stamped paper, registration and matters pertaining to the Health
2S Cide Rtrierators Insurance of outgoing mail and Bureau. He reported on the* k-
e orator the iue or payment of postal change of bloodtnrom biaks m"
Westinghouse; porcelain & money orders and postal savings either side of the Isthmu* whevi
out. 5, 7, et. ft., year the need aro@s and the pteval-
guarantee. a payments. See enoe of insect pests on the-At-
p T ANI thaTeachermet theDT spray
Re ete," el6a truck would now be used
Iz f l -* "(Continued from Page 1) twice weekly. A 'dle 6Meutil,
SepalneSttlve tated tday
I years" despite the change-over that for the leat several
from (i wartime Canal operation months they have not hod any'
TRANSPORTES to a Minimum operatnm level DOT r te a.t
BAXTER A. "Frm 1944 to the present Lofellow also-suggested that
BAXTER, S.A. school year, total enrollment residents paint screens with a
Packenrs, Shippers, Moversn. n te U.8. 1.iteon schools has 5% DDT solution as relief *a-
I. mBU 8Juamped from ,757 to 6, 3. In galnst sandfltias, for which thet
F. S RUD988iEBB the Zone schools attended pro- Is no known control.. .
Taller Transports Baxter domlntintly by Panamalan The transfer t eloel-rate;
VALERIO TUAON students, enrollment over the families from Rainbow City to
"sane period bhas., iareaasd Now Cristobal, the.-o6ewoe.-
Expert Mecnanic la Ultra tfromt 2,91 to 4,380. explained, is iecesi tated by
matic and Hydramatic Trans D th ebad condition of
mssi. oafed hre son 'Determined that standards of sib W City bhoesesa -
tervlces. Canal Zone schools shall not be c iatei bk the at iablHy of
lowered by ererowd we are via nt gartwtrn .ws-
taking a new lookt- pb-i- -Wto .
Repairs. Installation of gas lgni of providing adequate foel- The ast move fr m Rainbow
stores, water heaters, etc. fltsur and teachersro meet what city w o hi mae About Anru2 .
ItDNE t I MOtI.. has been termed 'in avalanche of' into surlgUa- .ki berwee
te r2 8w aS S4'I Foreseeing such a Poibilfty. 'Roaext, y .a Later, al-
AL --24- 2-o 4T1 all-of the non-resident pupils in tIonalt g~i'I be moved In-
ALL WOR UAR. oe Latin American. Schools to thi g eneftlI as .
Sere advisedIo by r i l. .. a t atters reported .on by
$WL uio U cirv e included the fol-
posiThe nng of a new clas e slight sagr In t* S i of
at the LafBos Barnch of the the covered walk at to
Canal Zone Junior Coloege. schools is being ~o a
H ., next, August Is beil.gsup-i ilas frosting. materipl.- e
I hi Other than for teacher train- the choo a
AUTOMOBILB RO 1 ing, there has b4n. Uttle de- han eg e ted
*W* mad for enrollment In recent 'nal'l
classes. red A A" p .
At present theM re 4e 6 i.nd of -
RA A D bdr of the Class of 1954. all en Pa check mia be pashed at
Rolled in the teacher tral ai the satucomm sry asIn the
I D A IIkI Ifw program and one In the Gene past. n h
APPLIANCE College curriculum. The o Thhe police *ai. statl a at
DIvison does not consider con- Gamboa i belng moved'to the
tinuation of such Instruction to building occupied by the Hous.
,N REPAIRS ie In keeping with the conver- ing Offleewhere to -lq
4 .RtAI Mston of the Zone's Latinmr- for a stemporaerY h e-
kean schools g t o a om0...-_y
Ncan Sch os to v a eta w oI additional police atrel af-
Spanlshere already *aeklog of ba a traffoit ned,s afi corn-
the curriculum ofA the lonealp saints o hf Incretle .
SUsed R it ) a %schools of Panama. onl I ta
J opening of l new class next preseoi-des wseig
X August alo unfa ir o *ha rotr t, a v
iiNo. IVEia palm the indlviu' enta when laus .functions and.lad
NMNNX Boca-traineflinches and whe with. od shoulder
qua lim o teaches from the a-They will fbe proh re
Central Av. 30 oracl school yePanamaare make Doola, Peronnel Dire-. :
Santa ithe Latin American School.a builtit Nn e e be s-
iOUSNNOLD E ordANOE Neither of the twoactioesent will ObI amt t ban 0.4
Fu-- tu-- --" .cause an..t PetnIn 0i cmus--..- .-
New Used.n, Robilt teaching staff are retiring gait -o ai J. l an-

F WESTMINSTER Records entering on disability relief ata gne. fP B. Ratchins wbo
We Buy an .the La Boca Branch of the Jtu n-cool preea wMee aed Ct. i
A COLUMBIAle RKc ord TColhese wielt replaced by hasef ande, W. reaction o, a

SUDANIA ed teachers being trand st reatn- ciste concel.
SRCA V other unite: one teacher moi l two O e io the
to the Latin American Second- bulld4ng formorly-up* -asW, go-
1 "ary Schools and t nwo teao tr O. lice s m
Spanish OtheUnitedit, states, C !I 0Irte A T :arlnd then

14R Shools .I;in additin to ithe Soverno v seh
CeralAv. Budget limitations for the ap-oaeneral- _L Ol w, were A.
S entralve wisorachn 1955 school yearke al n, Per nel yrec

toto the Cancer Fund. u ee wallpat
iem Santa An MPlaza It necessa to r .... e L Not ma JW..h a pio. lma
SoAmerican Schnos teachitng aStaf Labor Relation t er; Mr"
S M S. have permanent stock from this year 1954 teacherstoJe and l und
a total of 134. .A lt;3a*rs-
.L N R e r. Eight members of the present 'ja 0 t l l '.
WESTMINSTER Records entering on disability reli at'.1 p L
d at Records theclose of the current schoolCb t d

I noing yePet Miel. MaryC. Ch e W
n BaCOLUMBIA Rec M words Tse willnot be reped C and-, W.ofa-
ft RCA VICTOR Relord accomplished by remedied an .. two U lt. .- -

I -tices are temorary or pb-o _WORT. M .ch
I Commercal AmpNi.r tn ry p ., ++ 4+ Can p

saturday Morning stm sc celdHO

Funeral services will be hekld I CUWIClOOURSl:


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XCotillion Clu
f"d Alatu tiay 84 too
(WCountry Lub a
Thi. :a spo& t hihrt m dig, au
masjgilt l e Agrmsaned by M
1#al 'Sutans. Dancing wul la
unul 0:3U p.m.
Twely-Fiftk Anlversary
amee At Jlaks IHoe
The B.P.O.E. wiu celebrate th
25h anniversary of ita oundm
wan a gala ba: at the home a
Brasi rieights. Saturday, Marc
xf Irom v:u 0 to 2:0u a.m.
Bu," Pelio wall xurnian me mu
alc Ir uancing. A buftet supper served at 11:UU p.m.
Frice ol aamlaon as tUuee do
lars a couple. teservatmons ma

S ta, t .eIM TMhl|
I ,,In ate.and Mr. Brouet

Mrl. Mn XrE ar Misrael, of
CoW., hatw Mined a* en-s
agem wo ath aitr daughter,. oari-
ta, Mrs.Tanuger seoa.
of Mr *d. mh aenre iandai
rge, .eM Baltimre Maryland., -
-, i The. ONaoureement was Inade at
Vr.a fia, w ily A athreng t the
wddin .
r Di r Far Mr. Aad Mr tcher
Mr. and Mrs Barl M. Seagrave,
of Gatu, esatertained Tuesday
evening ith a dimer at the Hotel
Tivoi for Mr. ean Mrs. A. M. BUt-
ched who arrived recently for a
visit wi their daughter and sone -

Mrs. t li weropr esent at te

'l MrewEnlad
Mr. And MS. Umnograve
Leading Fr V Miattem a
Kfe. (ond jArs. Earl Seagrave of
Gatun, are sailing Sunday for an
extended vocalion in the -eostern

tirand central Stat resdene. The oth to
drivr tos atthew 'eBurns resideneorth
arblina 'for a visit with their chih-
.dren "4i then, as f.4r most as Ar-
kwa*% befo re ttuirning for a
.viog An 14w England.'
A/numer. A inform&'L dinner
prtiei have tlo given for them.
Mr. aid MrA Victo gpust entr-
tainodat thei 'Odence in Gatuni
-f6r the Seagraves, and, Mr. and
,Mrs. John Bum;, hd a dinner at
#Mher Cristobal residence. The oth.
Or gueits at -the Burns residence


TheSM ul 'tw a Feitival wWh i f .W
be held at the Criatobal High -- o -
rd SchAw att : vm.Saturd t ay. HOLLW D (NSA)- Ex- Jacks and hamburgers to'some of ---
'y- th l ively rAva Gardner, pro. the some stars. NORTR ()
.... deer oe Mankiewiea and every 6 X QJ 10 8 i
a ctor, 0L8, _
|- i body eoncerneo with "The Bare. It has to be the real "Grahame" AK J
o wil fd Captessa" .denies that the cracker for Cy Howard this time. QJ ,
Ib bc^enSiv Dnoma w 2 in Rome, -is The creator of "My friend Irma" 46
tc au, Otavic Th ater, and a arad if .t t utt. Hayworth. gave up a chance to produce WEST BAST
it BalI llGh School dramatic W A l S olr. "Around the World in 10 Days" 674 6 32
Ot Bl fh I a. for J. Arthur Rank,. in order to | 5 V 6
d u But here's a digit of the plot: be near GloriaGa rabme s sideIn I At
he There is no adlisso n fee end Ava plays dancer with a Span- Hollywood 65 days a year. 04*Q 19 2 16754
st all Int6 rodents arn etor- ih, accent, discovered by a Ia-. -----
dially invi tVo to attend. mouse tirecto.* whose career is on Dorothy Dandridge tried and 80ITB
,- the downgrade. The dancer be- tried, but she couldn't cancel out 6A 0I
comes a famous star, then mar- of a sitery date s she could ic VQl o9
Fali Cl u M ries a prince, cept an nvittin to ling "My *AJ3/
e Th Cristo1 Bn em .Club --- Flamin Heart" at the Academy *AJIB
18 held fts regular meeting at the Teaming of Joe Kirkwood and Awards. North-South vul
at Elks Rome, Tueday evenin.with Johny Johnston in a feature film ---s Ndth ast e wet
h Mr. Jane t. press g. abou. olf, "Cupid Under Par," is Aan Ladd and John Wayne are 1 6 Pass 2V Pass
SMts. M U an eyei won e row-raiser. They quarreled gaping neck-and-neck down that 4N.T Pa-' Pass
-white elephant or the evening over Shirley Teml a few years old competition trail for the Reno's Pa Pass P
e Rfareshments were served by back. In the film they'll battle over Silver Spurs Award as the best Opening lead-* |
Mrs. Geraldlae Celluci, nd Mrs. Cathy Downs,.-now married to Joe. western star of 1953. (Ladd for
Al- Margart Larrison. ---- "Shane," and Wayne for -
iy The big reason why Lex Barker "Hondo.")
3e The other members present popld up at U.I just long enough Most experienced players know
were: Mesadames: .Dorothy Facer, ik a long-term contract, then .. .. the Blackwood convention. A bid
Margaret Austi, Dotha Cougher, dropped out of sight, is the press L.t Upn Your Hearts of four no-trump. particularly when
Fanny Kaplan. Millie Reecci a, ence of ex-ifh, Arlene Dahl all nobody has previously bid no.
Thelma Waiulo, Helen Drowell, over the lot An "Bengal Rifles." trump asks partner how many ace
le Helen Morrison, Virgina Rusjon, It's far from cordia' between thm.. he holds. With no aces, he responds
n Dorothy.LaCroix, Charl6tte ally, %(A Lenten feature of Uthe Pan- five clubs; with one aee. five dima-
sJeannette Cain, uriel Haywood Lina Basquette, the silent film ama American, prepared by mounds; with two aces, five hearts;
Al Terale Lowe. beauty, is about to marry again the Rev. 1VL A. Cookson. Epis- and so on
in the east. She was the bride of COpaJ4 Church of Oir Saviour, Jn today's hand, for exame
lfh l O Vthe late Sam Warner of Warner N Crstobal.) South made a response of five
li Bros. '--. MIIN TH BOT hearts, thus showing two aces.
d- "MISSING THE BOAT" 'Norththen went on to six hearts.
., i i L -Don't gulp down the yarn about While we are on the subject, we
Te f. r ftasft between Jack Webb and Dor. "And, behold, one came and might as well note the fact that
- otly Towne. Whenever Julie Lon. said unto him, Good Master, North's jumptofournotrumpwas
don's attorneys threaten to make what good thing shall I do a ble.South would surely have
it ho or the ond, o thy ips hatd ave eternal le?" a bslam wit t hree aces andI 'l h
1 P way to the Monte Casino Hotel KM" St. IMatnew: 1936-2LZ. have one with two aces, but it
wiMeioCt.Te2-erodwasn't necessary for North to bid
S A Spcilonela y combine beauty will be back in Sergeant A well-wor expression that his partner's hand. if North sm-
a.plane &no launch trip to the BA~iats 's arms when the coast is we hear frequently on the Iath-plju edtfor-atsSuh
v. Bias Islands bps been scheduled by peace .among Webb,emus I&: "He missed too many would probably 'make a slam try
:1 by tlhe colon Chamber of Com- Julie lad their lr.aawyers. i boats!" Too many men have of some kind with any hand that
merce for the visiting doctors been misstng too many boats all was likely, to produce a slam.
f and their wives tor Saturday. Jenette Scott, a 15-year.old Eng. their lives. est didn't enjoy leading away
A- lash actress who looks like Audrey, In this account from the New from his king of diamonds. The
r- A 30-pauc prmDC-3 plane hts Hepburn, landed the role of Cas- Testament we find a mail who bidding made it obvious, however,
been ch O W "r~ from V, PA to Sandra in W arners' "H elen 0 of e- p t h t a d s y : t at N r h l e e y g o p d
make the short hop over to the Tro-." Her mother is noted Lon,,dere ast. ua to Christ and says: that North had t very good spade
, Atlantie aide, before landing St don stage actress Tbor Hird. Good Master, what tood thln< suit n a t ito
A M andnga. shall I d, that I may have eter- hearts. The setting trick had to be
Snal life?" Here comes that man won in diamonds and clubs, and
The visitors will firsIt fly ove Maure O'Ha c s up at dashing down the dockl Jesus the length of the clubs made it
the isliantsfor a birdseye yvew, .iMareermoof clams up at tells him to keep the codmand- unlikely that a defensive trick could
'the islands for a birdseye view, the mere mention Of the vamp ofbestlihdhr.
then board a launch for 30- er ti-o- ed aments. The man keeps coming, be established there.

30 hlerlld r omo' m tlio of- wLeli erle whict h c ommandments? Jesus East won the first trick with the
miler ai B ta. reBurning about pl y e d trousers weariA cigar- "Go and sell that thou hast: and all South's response of tve hearts

Another plans trio to Ighu na P c embers aand Anna rehem- i ave treasure in heaven: and trump had indicated that South
rien tnriountry ha en bSenre* al l-to-egths-fro6,te and follow Me" The man held two aces. It was clear that

Dians for 891dav lanil ---- wanted to go aboard but read South held both' of the black aces,
aiorunathe W inhwan Tony Crtar Pars B ert Lahr as what happen. ..."But when the so East promptly returned a diave
derwltnep. ko his fathng Merle Obering Son the you man heard that saying, he ki mond. West collected the setg
'aGeorge Sand in her Broadway But now he must go aboard, of cludefeating
The plane wll deparit from To aia on "i U- scheduMerle great lack I yet?" esus North's overambitious slam bid.

says, obf Actuallynoproblemrt
cameoi atna a.m. returning about p I ayeed trousers wearing.teitr t "tIae nd sell that thou bast.aandall.. South's response of five hearts
S Lancaster-Gary Cooper cASter, akes something of and splashalt to the Blackwood bid of four no-
SVRemember" Crue-and Annbut relMe ha t vatre in thsure 19th chapter trump had indicated that South

JlvlllO .n the brief role wasn't worthy of his Afatthew but from that day to Of Cleveland
Another plan trip to the D a- bred. come and follow Me." The man held two aces. It was clear that
In ndr un r aHonywoodese for an Indian star- r d nee o at n ..a -
USa td 'lni t Tony Curtir" gets Bert Lahr as what happens.... "But when the! so East promptly rent ed a dia-

aqu It eolom bian Nbisf hathe tr i n ding n teri nS tarhe younr man hard that saying veland. West collected thae she in
der.w*& al la u p tl utlet posing fo r leg art: Cobise knom-too bad he missed the thad.lly swgratefully,
catike* h U l Poar/s" bad when U-I schthedule.~?^^!

SANTIAGO, Chil March 22 --- ak., t. Andbyet whhat ae tr we l1mdrAH, tI
(UP Men of aence joined Untold side-angle on the death get posswhen a frieg.d does make banClorths overambitious slam bid.
forces today to prevent distA of former movie ar Will Hays ood and we can usay, "He ditcouldn't e o a two c th r
Sgraton o the mummified body is that he had .*oped to live until mae It .... he boat d gtmreaterAfaitheA a r..e
sf a child, discovered in an icy publication of m oey o reurnto t in his possessions I think that Gould he sa iU, s a ily
cavern, 17000 fet up the Andes March 2. It' m a flrt novel by his must feel that thrill magnified mn .in t .r -.
and believed to be more than 400 son, Will, At Coopera mkesillion times when some of ua splash wm In ree s
years old. but deemed" stop misshere ing the boat.h.. chapter ofe ,
dllItHit brief rothe A rgentine Film Festi- yes, choose, this very day to t dOllakelnnd
Under the direction of antro val, attended by some top Holl serve the Lord our God and live Hingsonstop.ed. cked
-- : L read and said, "'Too Iead--the -

po sa arheologsts a d wood stars, w an Americndan stainr- u to our spiritual heritage as ilsh and tok home. IM t was a

other learned men, the body of log star nam d Wana Curtis, aP- sons of the living, lovin, God seven-pound carp.
the child, estunates to have Deen liering at the Flamingo 'night club .who comes In Chriat to be our ,
1let posingoforlegeart:' HISd pnBnos Ar. orkT--as He has needOf(UP)oItyrainr of t.

une huge glass cuum be ll, W ynda was a waitress at Googiean star- every man even mthe wore than it eveln ay nac-
In an effor to save i t from de- on the Sunset Strip, serving flap- did before, doesn't it? S streets.
-ome t artt oc- p e t btako JI-J"too-' bad he missed -the Cmdr. Robert A. HAngson said
sTci bett-ts baa a wtya -- ".....h LATIN AMERICAN NIGHT! utr
ainn the c i ctOMarch22bot And yet what a thrill weliewasdrig RTURN!
(UP) -- Men of science joined Untold side-magle on the death get when a friepId does makeibnCeeadHihsa h
forces today to prevent disllite ,IOf former movie czar Will Hays good and we can Say, "He didn't h.... f atwo-nchthuder
gratio of he umifid "dylis that he had opd to live until miste"otI storm. As he passed ,, park lake,

placed in the mumedum of na. e r th b I L
turf, a child, disovry here might anet i cyPo rg. .Wcn sometimes I think that SILVANA MANGANO
cavern, 17,000 feet up the Andes1 March 25. It'r, aI nretnovel Dy his rnust feel that thrill magnified min" in t"e foo -deepwater
and believed to be more than 400 so W l, a million times when some of us lng. .. .. ...revi""olywa n-
years old./ stop, missing the boat ....choose, d hrefomth.vefown
I Mt of the Argentn Film Festi- yes, choose, this very day to lake:... .
Under the direction of antro- val, attne y oetp sol erve the Lo~rd our God and live I Hingson stopped, picked up the
p o10 i t s. a ch" ool gl ts adJ wood strs, .wa. q an ....Am erican sing- u n to our spiritual herita gte as fish and took it hom e. It was a
poogthts Were m nheo bo dyglsts seven-pound carp.
otht earedmen te bdyoflog star named Wan& Cu~rt~is, a l- sons of the .living, loving GodI
the child. estimatea to have cen l oes'ing at ths Flamingo digs club who comes in Christ to be our .
10 years old at death, was placed in, B~uenos Aires. Two years ag.o,[Saviour ... Makes the Cross of'mm
undletr. huge Klan' V.cuum bell, Wanda was a waitress at Googie'siChrist mean even more than It.' __r
In an effort to save It from do- on the Sunset Strip, serving flap-Idid before, doesn't It7?Du m ~~b
composition. Dr "ive! i n '!11 IIaII
feet. state of preservation but, AI MRCNNGT
scientists feared that humidity LTNAEICNNGT
in the tee chamber where It was RETURN!
placed In the museum of na-
t ura hisLory here might set in*OEII SILVANA MANGANO

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Smoother end creamiWer, Frnch's
pure yellow Musmtard blends
better ... and in cooking, its rich
mustard goodness doesn't fade out.
French's is made with the finest
mustard seed, spices and vinegar
money can buy. More women
prefer Frenah's. You will tool
Sad le wi fw -oellmMa s ." WOW
is 1. T. hmb C9., Redm~w 9, N. Y.
IN TH n wetLI

be made uy Lainag the .-bom
Nadona HN or wSeety
1ol0 12muateo
Tne Caribbean: chapter of th
National Honor Society held a
mintan.n ceremony during an As
sembly Period at the cnrastob
,,tga Schooi, yesterday.
i ne Atudeuto wno nia the hone
of being taken into the bocievy &I
tois timw were: Miss Manan Dld,
rIcKou, Miss Ann Maccubom
Miss Larol Aewnard, )r. teorg
faitovica, Miss LUane beheiuei
aao Air. uou namito.
Wiss .M a r I e a a Tagaropulos
president, staleu ine alis ut Lo
.sociel) ana welcome mWe nom
members. They were present
oy tie Heraia, Miss Alice riannm
ga., who reao ther record ot serve
Lce during their years in the ug1
Charles Lessard Guardian o
the JUmbems, explained tWe em
we-. of the hocieky wnich center
d the platmom. ir, aul beck,
principt, aoministirea toe oath
A cornit solo "Glen Eden" wa
played 'by Don Smtith accompa
nied by Mirs Tagaropulos.
The Cristobal High School'-Sand

Fri. "MONsYlroM NMo-
"The Lady Wants Mink"

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BALBOA 80 p.m.
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"Girls of Pleasure Island"

'WrrATuxe yourtth*
wa. Look fo- Ud ini m
"Seoteh" Bnmd in the conve-
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French Dialogues!

Leopoldo Pizarro, director of
the museum, said the child, be-
lieved to have been an Inca
princess, apparently,-died from
natural c a u s es a and that the
place where it was found prob-
ably was an Indian burial
arro said that next to the
bo were found articles of per-
sonal use such as the Incas be-
lieved were needed by the dead
for 'their journey beyond the

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IMaCZ Meetin !
A special meeting for parents
of members of the international
:Bo Scouts of the Canal Zone
S be held at Rainbow City
high school study hal tonight, at
7 o'clock.
C. R. Taht, district commis-
sioner of the Boy Scouts 'of
America. Counc il 01, will delHv-
er an address of particular Inter-
est to parents.

COmmiaNIOner Staff
The commissionersa staff. Tn-'
ternational Boy Scouts of the
Canal Zone, is scheduled to.
meet In Gamboa clubhouse at 71
m.m on rday. I1

Uatten for- dwiscaon inlude
(a) recent leaders ,trater
couN held at MaddeM Dn; (b)
Br mt Week In April;: (e)
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.Braves' Eddie Mathews Leaguers To Play
MIAMI, March 25 (UP) Pittaburgh's For 'Old Timers'
9Frank Thomas, who finished among the National --
S'League's leading home run hitters lat sea, was The Pacific Little Leage gue wi
set today for an equally fast start that could en- Irporite ithe Go
able him to dethrone Milwaukee's Ed Mathews in Wednesday when" qtw"tea
1qej composed of grandsons an
194. great .randsons of the old tim
SThe 24-year-old, 205-pounder year-old a8l M lie's six innings eswInl play a six inning exhl
closed last season with a thun- of effectiVe p in Park on Gallard Highway.
.'rous salvo of 12 homers In 28Paha
=9 6e an has stepped up that The Cleveland Indians were game is scheduled to get under
with seven round-trippers dealt a blow when reserve catch- day at 9:30 am.
; the Pirates' 13 Grapefruit er Mickey Grasso suffered a ..p.a..i.i L..
uTe contests. That total Is broken left ankle and was side- Pacific Little League ot. ficia
nathed only by rookie Jim lined for at least three months. .hvsc"anne the rutersof th
o. .. the Baltimore Oriole,. Grasso suffered the Itnjury six teamsIl th u ittle Lagu
ho ave gadtd ate have comp up wita
ho nve played three more when his 'spikes caught sliding and to date have cp up wit
Same than the Pirates. Into second base in the fifth in- the names of 32 players whose
Thomas who grew up In the ning of a 12-2 rout of the Chica- maternal or paternsl- gr n
S3iadow of Forbes Field. clouted no Cubs and Dr. George C. Tru-parents were In the Canal ser -
0'^o. 7 yesterday as the surprising man disclosed the ankle was vlice during the CGoethals era.
S ates walloped the Philadel- broken in six places.
& la Athletics, 10-4, for their Friday afternoon at 4.00 p.n
ninth victor oft0 sprng. Bob Boyd doubled and singled the players will meet at the Pa
Thomas' 400-foot blow tied the In two at-bats but then retired ciflc Little League ballpark i
Score in the seventh inning and with an aggravated charley full uniform at which time
--the Pirates went on to score five horse in his left leg as the Chi- group photograph will be taken
,',jnore runs for their triumph. cago White Box defeated the The six team managers are als
'.., Friday, a Cleveland castoff; Cincinnati Redlegs, 6-4. Boyd's requested to be on hand for th
continued to be Thomas' "Art- .414 spring average was pacing picture taking.
*.. sona counterpart" yesterday the White Box. who have won 10 h fo l.
.Nwhen his ninth-.nning homer of 17 games. The following players from th
--ave the Orioles' their l1th win various team rosters are re
compared to five losses but the Right-hander Steve Gromek quested to be on hand at 4:0
O,,,01ants were encouraged hy 37- .pitched four-hit ball for six in- p.m.
nings and rookie Harry Bright Lincoln Life: Toby Wilson
singled In the ninth to drive in Billy Engelke, Mickey McElhone
,I the winning run In the Dtrolt Albert White, Doug Crook, Geo
SAtlanTic fIt Tigers' S-4 victory over the Mil.-Capwell.
tlianic 'UIIn waukee Braves. The Tigert snap-
ped their own four-game losing Gibraltar Life: Spike McNaill
I s. treak and extended the Braves' Harry and Perry Raymond, Jer-
eL a Ue [losing skein to six games., ry teiner.
SSt Miller and Joe Presko held Seymour Agency: Pred Hud-
-," the Booklyn Dodgers to four dleston, Colin Corrilan, Richar
STANDINGg hits in eight innings and the St. Morris, Kenny Pearl.
Louis Cardinals scored four
; Won Lost ninth-Inning runs for a 5-2 tri- Police: Russell Potter, Ed Cor
Buick 6 2 umph over the National League rigan, Fred Roe, Dick Scott
C.P.O. 5 3 Champions. It was St. Louip' 10th Walter Brown.
M.R.A. 5 4 win in 16 games and its fourth
Motta 1 8 In the last five. Sears: Curty Schwarsrock Roy
I1 monday afternoon at Coco So-. and John Watson, Jack Lubera
lito, Buick eliminated M.R.A. Other games, rookie Bill George Cotton, Buszle Rath.
from the second half fight by won. nhit his third homer Ofgaber,, Bob Dilfer.
beating them 10 to 1. Wayne spring as the New Yorki
Well pitcher a two-hit game for o vercameo a five-rdut Elks 1414: Craig Stoudnor
S ick. Charlie Trbmch pitched eo11"to. *'e Boston Red an DesLondes, Larry Corrian
for MI.A but his mates did "X 1- uk .tobb and Bill Scott. Jack Hern and Dick
i give him very good support. hi n WSemts tched a lx- Hern
I ; hltw in the WL"ngton Sena-
win Taber hit a home run for tors' 7-1 victoryver the Phila event that any Pacifi
Sn the St, and Charlie d -l Per over e Phna- the event tht any Pacific
ench got th eonly extra base dolPhI tPhillies and the Toledo Little League players, who are
fr M.R.A.. a double. downed AMiwaue.'BanBm A nation grandsons of Goethal's era em.
Today afternoon at Coco o- downed Milwaukee s B team, 4-2. ployes, have been overlook in
-ito. Buick tikes on C.P.O. In a the above it Is requested that
game that will either put C.P.O. t-hey< get in touch with their
S in f tie for the second half. or fILsu'li team manager.

will tIf Buik wins. wind things
; ftp. So a good game Is expected
w today, come'out and see the
ys play.
S W. a. A.
/*-1Allen, If 1 0 0
4*i4Wiiford, U 3 0 0
kin. ef 2 0 0
",lVibon. lb 1 0 0
-.00avlso, lb
Tobin, e 0 0
ans 3 0 1
, o, rfW 2 A0 0
..ivSte, 2b 1 0 0

asb- 2 1 0

tty: Home ru, Tabe3 1
rea t 3 2 2
*Itcacock. 3b 2 2 0
b.'wnigottl. If 3 1 1
o Summary: Home runs, Taber.
E"?wo base hits: French. Wall.
t'ftrk out by. Wall 9, Croft 1.
Jrench S. Base on balls off: Walr
SFrench 4 Winningt pitcher:
S ll. Losing pitcher: French.
Dn:res. Dockery. Graham. Re-
corer: Marion Greene
2,'}l --I ii M -

24 Years in NationalLeague
Written for NBA Service
Question: Which hurler led
tho National Legue nshut-
Outs last season? Eddie Wllde,
Springfield, l. lI
'Answer: Harvey Haddix of the
Cardinals soqthpawed his way to
six white-wash victories
9. Frequently, on a disputed
cal during a game, players of
the' team beefing On the- Ia will
No to another umpire. Is It pos-
sible for them to have, say a
first bas umpire overrule the
third base numplIe?-Jeff *rum-
by, Sumter. S.C.
A. Noumpire can overrule an-
other. They might confer on a
tall to get some guidance, but
there never wilt be overruling.
Players hustling to get another
umpire in on the squabble are
merely wasting their own time
and the fans' time.
- -. Which is the longest left
field in the National League?
A. New that Greenberg Gar-
dens have been tori down, Pitts-
burgh's left field-365 feet-lIs
the league's longest.

Aly Khan's Nahar

Cops Lincolnshire
LINCOLN Eng., March 25
(UP) Nahar, the only French
entry, owned by Prince Aly
Khan, scored an easy one and a
half length win in the Lincoln-
shire Handicap over one mile of
the Carhdlm racetrack here yes-
Sailing Light, owned by Mrs.
M. A. Farr and ridden by Sir
Gordon Richards was second,
with Ambassador's Court, own-
ed by Mrs. I. Esdalle and steer-
ed by T. Carter in third placing.
The race was the first leg of
the spring bettinK double, the
second leg bein o the Grand Na-
tional Steeplechase, which will
be run at Aintree, Liverpool, on
It was the ninety fourth run-
nine of the event which was es-
tablished In 1853 and Interrupt-
ed twice by the two World Wars,
and has long been one of the
bigRest betting events on the
English race calendar.

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In L

r- Standings
I. -Gihraltar .IfA

"- --inson Wins $15,000" "L -7" ... ,

winners with Cm
coming on in t
shutting the doc
batters. Curty re
on strikes in hi


rty Schwararock
he fourth and
Ir on the Police
tired six batters
s three inning

e Seymour Ageny 5 2 The box score:
e Lincoln' Life 2 5
h Elks 1414 12 5 POLICE
e Police 2 96
d ab ry pea
YKSTRDAY'S RESULTS Dehlinger, rf 12 0 0 0 0
Poliet', Searm 7 AmmilratLss 31 2 1 2 2
Scott, lb 2 -1 8 0
TODAY' GAMI Corrian,e 3 2 2 2 1
Lincoln Life v. M'Es 1414 Elliot 3b 2 1 1 2 2
n '-- Ba6.0i b 3 1 r 3 4
a The Police, curreflt cellar oc- Browder, If 3 0 0 0 0
i. cupants of the Pacific Little Bettis, f1 3 0 2 0 0
o League second half face, came Roe, p 3 0 0 1 1
e up with one of their god games
and nipped the first lace Sears 24 8 8 18 101
Catalog Boys 8 to 7 In a thrilling
e ball game yesterday. T ie defeat BEARS
dropped Sears Into a first place
0 tie with Gibraltar Life and made Watson., up, 4 1 2 1 3
the second half race a wide open aehwartrock, lb, 4 2 2 7 0
three team scramble. R. Watson s, m 3 1 1 6 1
'. The Police pushed across three Womble, lb 0 1 0 1 0
3. runs in the first, countered four prin, c 1 0 1 0 0
more big runs in the third and Cotton, If 4 0 1 9 0
scored their final run in the Rathgaber, Sb 3 0 1 2 2
fourth inning. Sears got back a Conklin, 2b rf 3 0 0 0 1
-run in each of the first and ee- aldwell, ci 3 1 1 1 0
ond innings ard after being chase rf 2 1 1 0 0
blanked by Freddy Roe for two xDufer 1 0 1 0 0
innings, scorde three runs in the _--"-- --
I fifth
In _the sixth the Catalog Boys Sre by Innings
threw a scare into the Police,
collecting, two runs after two police 04 100-8 8 3
were out and had the tying run sears 110 032-7 11 3
at second beg and thoe winjting
run at first but a force out at Wnning pitcher: Roe (3-3).
y third base preserve the win Or Losing pitcher: Watson (1-2).
the Coppers. ... wo base- hits: Ammtrati, J,
Freddy Roe went all the way watson, Schwarsroek (2), Chase.
on the mound for the Pollee for Hit by pitch: Elliott by Watsan.
dts third win I six decisions. Umpires: Ridge and Womble.
Scattering eleve hits over the Scorer; Mead. Time of game:
*slz Inninst, *IkI e, obtone 1:40.
batter anwaing four. Roe's __--_ --
te es,1t ogh charged
Is ft*U .al s is Cs
PDeHS Dealos J. '.
e =n~y ati started lor,
Sears and wtbt three innings
While vi up Se BalboaSt hitdinm
:a d ^ elgT runs collected by the
r *7 -7N i!- l .: ,

Tset atkr U d,,
ExhibtiOfn T" Balboa High S
and Caeld team met Ca
Zone Junior Coflleg t45M i tae
Balboa Stadium re andM
e9ame oft the turf widt q
number of the ribbons Offered
te w ers b the yca Ed
ucatlon and a
R, esuls /o6nss
ft r Uitea pe The Balboa track director rest-
By United med ayof his regulars in pep.
at for the armed ors
At Bradenton. morro* and any O te
Tolede 200 100 001-4 8 0 juniors and sophomos res reason.
Bra ', as "" 002 000 000-2 1 ed t the call witha fine e ort.
Blaknell. BrAtkowtls (S), and The Junior College tfaek team'.
Parks, Wells (7); ThOmpson and larger by far in numbers than in I
White. WP Bicknell. many a year, walked away with I
/ /a few of the ribbons also.
At Clearwater. Florida. The results:
/Senators 100 051 0o0-1" 7 1
PhillieS 000 000 o-16 1 i 120 H. H. Coffey (B) Black-
dStobbs. Schmit (7) 0a1Ti all (B) V andegift (JC) Time

/ h8 to b:e l Wc h err (7 ). I. d T / 1 ., RI 4 8
ton, Oldis (1): Dickson. Rld Pod- obbs. LP Dic. Kekson (B (JC) Cl (JB)
I T- im- 10.o (JC) ea. rit,B
At Vero Beach. Florid.
Cardinals 000 010 004-5 7 0 Mile Run Cruz (JC), Fogel
Dodgers 000 010 001-2 7 2 (B tn (B) Time 5;2
MiLP er rek (6). Lint (9) 440 Yd.Relay (B) May, Zum- Ce
White (9) and RiceLa bad, Blaakall, Onrvi. Time 4a.l D.

i Porel. 1 4 m (J 1 NO entry.)
Gorin. i L H. Keene (B) Cuer (JC) Cof- D
At Tamps, Flbonld. Vadegioft (JC) eTime 230 th

A^t30* a0 2 ?-' 15 4 a ulf-- Huf (B) oab-.
Rakees 0 ock (7010-4 0 220 Yd (JC) Cot n, B. (B) Tes
White Lox 110 0r02 xir-6 and for se(oB Place. in ) Time the
k :o K.eegan. orni, eles (5)o Mile Peres (B) Jfenkins h
and, itls-n.. HR KlUsews () TOthman (B) 'Time2.21 (JCJ
k i, Greengmr.a. P Fomnieles. ent .)
LtP--zuierub. /3880 Relay (B) orvis, Ra-Me
At Lakeland. Florida. Iurne, Montavano. Zubo.
Atlo014- 11 41 1:39 (JC No try.)LUB at
Brave 1001 02-5 o hotPut Nickisher (Jc) wi
S- e hnMiuel on Go(B) Morrs C) Distancea

( a Cdent.John. urn 46ft30 a.feet.u
Groek Lane () and Couatt. Hu R g( Broad J gbackall (B)ai
G riiek, l and (7atts. HR Keene (B) (nke () Distance tri
Boilnng. WP Lary.L -18' 7" (JC No entry.)/q
rorin. i Tlor. WP High Jump -to ver .) Cof- 1)

/ Hr (LP[. .,gn ( J dd ey, Bt () Tie
Vankees 004 222 lOx-2l 15 4 Pole Vault Huff (B) Fis-
Curtis. Flowers (5s. Delock(7 bough (JC) Coffey, B. (B) Tie


Can W whoueSrim4Frdsant5a- and held ?or tpe P.rposnnofle
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NEW YORK, March U (UP)
- A New York jud@e ha re-
dn.ed a U award to 8u-
gar Ray Reaobon in a libel
jast week, a jury In New
York State Supree Court a-
w a dd lRob noneua I
In hIs la gt gainsIt the
Amsterdam New. Today,
Judge James Gibsen cut the
award to $15,0 after the New
Yerk newspaper had appealed.
The paper had carried a sto-
ry four years ago quoting* eye-
witnesses as saying Robinson
ka4 beat up his wife. The
story also Included denials
from two lose friends of the
RoblnsO6. Baut the former
welterweight and middle-
weight champion eontei4ed
his reputation still had been
Jrudfo Gibson says the main
obj of the libel suit was to
vindiate Roblns6o, and he
saya that was accomplished.
Robnson's attorney David
Shivits says he probably
won't appeal the Judge's dedl-
_ien. "The Jury felt Robinson's
reputation had been Injured,"
say Shivits, "and that is a
source of great comfort to us."

L rg shws6W the,
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Rainbow City


Rainbow City Major Softbal
teams W L Pet.
erveeeria Nac. 4 2 .667
M Ullonalres 3 3 .500
wells Garage 3 3 .500
arlem porters 2 4 .333
The Harlem Sporters snapped
four-game losing streak to win
eir second game of the sea-
n yesterday afternoon when
es '7-1 behind the two-hit
irling of Lloyd Ws.
The first hit off Wlon was
rnered by Oscar Baker in the
p of the sixth. Len Green was
e losing pitcher.
Joe Spalding led the Sporters
the plate with two for two
blle Herman Brown had two
r three, including a three-
n homer. Vibert Clarke also
ded with a two-run round-
The inescore:
irk M. o00000 1-1 2 5
Sporters 040 120 x-7 7 0

TPS FROM AN 'OLD.TIMER-Yankee bonus rookie Ralph
rry watches s veteran Eddie Ford. in the majors or two
years but with an 18-6 mark for 163, shows him one of his grip
"- at St. Petersbtrg, Fla.. training camp, (NEA) -

Tomorrow's Track, Field

Meet Expected To Produce

Year's Best Performances
Tomorrow's track meet Involv- after a two year layoff, he will
ing Balboa .. h, T.A.. and' re-write the local record book
the Military Aletic Club should for sur.
produce some of the best times, Another boy. already weo
distances and heights seen this known to.Canal Zone track fans
year, Many of the boys and men is big on McIntyre. He wi
who will be the stars of the Bal- runs the tgh hurde, low hur-
boa Relays will be competing in dles, and igh Jump for the
this one Friday. The meet, ori- MAC. He Is the current record
finally scheduled as a night at- holder in the two hurdlaiAnld
fair, has been shifted to the aft- on two occahis ju-ped6 feet
ernoon to avoid conflict with last year in the hign t ,
another school activity. Field Clarence Betentcourt wl give
events will start at 3:45 and the hi h, school ce Curtis Jeffries
track events at 4 p.m. all the competition he can
The 504th will have men In handle in the pole wvIt. et-
1 evene with the exception of tencourt holds theRelays record
the hurdles. The MAC will have at 11 ft. 9 in., but Bulldog et-
boys in most events with the fries has cleared 11 ft. 5 In.
exception of the broad Jump, this year and has his cap st. on
and maybe the half mile. Thisbeating Bettencourt.
will be the first competitive ef- Two other boys from the MAC
for4 for these two groups this Glenn Cole, quarter miler, and
year,And might be the first real Dave Ryan, miler. will be rated
test for the Sulldogs, who met among thtops In their events.
only token competition in ets o V ht will rate one
with Cristobaln i T rFV-, l with Herb &y-
lege. bourne of the high school given
This meet will serve as a tune best oppottanity of upset
up for the Relays, and should ting.
aU concerned plentyof oppor-
tunity to try boys In different The 504th will come in strong
events and see where they will In the weights and' half mile.
best fit into the picture for the Wittmian, former halt milar frogn
Relays. With the possibility of Marquette, should take this one
the MA6 and the Canal Zone handily, a nO 1rnkvenM Moore,
Athletic Club combining for the Henry, will out toss and& throw
Relays, the supremency of the the rest of the field In be shot
Bulldogs will really be tested, and dikes. If Jones has had an
For the past two years the high opportunity to get into shape
school has won the Relays, once and hit the form that mn him
by a close marging from Pan- the Far East Command 100 and
ama and last year by an even 440 titles last year, he might
closer margin from Albrook take it all in these events.
APB. If the Bulldogs hope to win,
Some of the boys to watch in they will have to do It on 2nd,
Friday's meet will be John 3rd. and 4th places, as the Arni
Voight, formerly of Oklahoma men look to sro n for them In
A and M, who will probably run most the first places. This meet
the 100 and 440 for the MAC. _e s free to those Who would like
has a best time of 47.1 in the to see it and will give Inma and
quarter, and slightly under 10 all a fine opportunity of seein
in the century. If he can come some of the beslt t .it wl.l be in
anywhere near hitting these the Balboa Relays mon April 9.



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S I BalUPlayers Young Giant Momd

oliai e laing Flw i a State ita e prae e
7 0 W oS.ying F adda State aren't being given preferential
-minded group cated o In letter to Wilson.-. Hess
L A crowd of 20,000 was anti- Oho Republicah. Indicated he
ol eif t number found Its way to thedat feels baseball players are being
l 1 r ama erhad exposed Maryland as a treated more as if they had boe b
I cha Now Year's Day. moved to another league rather
at ad la S tine drinking w'eatheraV remark- than inducted to learn how to
SrB o nat to our Lawrea tRobinson. defend their country.
.ud teeth a bottle of body-warm- He slngled out Dilly Martin
one11 Is the kin of a hr p the New York Yankees. Car-
Sdis. t h k ,toball, yOU got ta e r Crispla of the Philadelphia
u t w Philles' farm system, and Wil-
fthe weather man in re- o- nMays, a New- Torb liant.
puso fwy Brmoters or tthe Chamber Hess said the Air Foree Times
re was and it would hav been reported tht Crispin we
s. d. a ne M wa occa- sending hisa third season with
Ine mt a te orth& Imbarrass- the Patrick Air Force baseball
and cold i rt io, munity. team. He,jaid he was attaching
'n the a H way n a two-ton ea lss plot sano n w as er on 5 e FIR AWAY k fro ara e
Se th d through the familiarpatterns showing Am n was kept.on t h e SEAWAr fkiremn N l i- .
SOiffenai de.aona hed, pAldUstflle helmets throwing off ,6th Army baseball team ilnaste g the
OePlastictelmets throwiinOffbg ent -orrefresher lemts,,tlm
murky efleton fro the tall field lights and to a shivering- of being tent fr refresher
visitor, who had fo e y yielded to "the novelty of seeing a foot- tralingfa at Ft. Ord.
abHl i ame at the helhts of theeason." the illumination had a Hes quoted the Army Times By IIARRY GRAYSON Managers Toml
pale, frosty, austere quality and might have been siting through PACn lCe TWILIGHT CHAMPIONS 1954M ASON Above is shown the Lucky 8trike team, as saying Maya spent his en- San Francisco and
the window 9 an out-ele meat refrigerator, the type you see nne of the fit half play of the Pacific Twilight Loop and ictors ver the- Balboa gh tire 21month Army career at ST. PET BU Fla. Mar, of an Diego told ore
ackin h the houses. School club in the play-off series. Kneeling, left to right, Al Neckar. Don Morton, Ed Kour- Ft. Eutis. Va.. where he played 25 (NZA) To really move back ham that lefty Jo
No doubt a football game in intenae tropical-heat could be a any, Bill Stock (coach), Johnny Seate, (bat boy), Dick O'Leary, Bob Carlin,- Larry Jones. baseball two seasons. have to come u wihapitch ln ea d
novelty even though the Impa t be something los than sahaer- Standin (left to right) Lou Baker (coach) Don Bowen (manager), Bob Lou Dedeaux staff leader t an s coa Cat Hub
ing. i was just plain football period. The young men block- andWeb Hearne. Missing from the picture wa Mike Dioro. The Paif A tr aggrega- That sort of points the fihr da oneofthe
ed and tackled with exquisite violence and dull, ominous thud- tipe, aged by Don Bowen of the Lucky strike club and consisting o these other LuckyThat sort of points the has
din of crashing bodies was music to a connoisseur's ears. To strikers, Mike Diorlo, Lou Dedeaux, Dick OLeary, Larry. Jones and W b e will play a l throws it ino the ambe ed in the inors r 1
k6p warm they had to hit hard two out of three aies with the Atlantic Twilight League All Stare. The ft game wil be t class, for The Barb r is 7 and but the screwball makes
p ct Mount ove Stadtium Saturday, March 27B. Second game at Balboa Stadium Sunday afternoon, last season suffered from an different pitcher.
March 28, and the third game, if necessary, to be determined by a flip. of th6 coin for .the aching back. f"Our roster
FbOM WISCONSIN TO MIAMI place. Probabledate for tle third game, if played, will bg Thuriday, April L When he had his robust pecta than etablie d
.....____________________....____ _..... __ "health early last season, he was liners, but the outlook isla X
Miami U. and FlOrida State re two fledgling powers in Dixie- -- hatill the No. aile. He pithed sense discouraging
crat. football, and as t-there. has been no tumultuous rush of WHAND WALN PADat D r o tOr COND HALF ost Pet. ilhemplete. Igameswoneight
budding high .hool talent to th hallowed halls under the palms. ..... Freemen's i ns ..... 8 1 .9 of .t hem, and every ogire 'asL "1.8d ee onheW hta
In sh circumstances the coaches have had to be grateful for AA .............. .2 to lker. have been nor to
small favors and this explains the rather high percentage of NaA ........... 3 4 3 .571 Ths spring Maglie says he year ag at this time, you. t
tranfeprathletes in these part Ba r's Mo er .. .... .143 0 feels fine. hot ha given a di for
What makes a footballplayer feel displaced and desolate on Pan Lquido ...... 1 6 .143 "He's the kind of pitcher who aen e Stahe b fortre h
one campusand altogether compatible on another, is a problem YEST DAtS RESULT e int ...... 4 spe ckly," roor the rS n but befre th
faculty a ycholoistse should look Into. A football player will start Navy H31" Ba r's MovUT e a New York sant scouutut oa tre 1se -a out the ,Br
out wil k a team in the South. Next season he will be enrolled TODA S GAME in from Phoenixt, "so there' e hes lreae u e a es t
aomawhere in the West. Since he lives in Rahway, N. J., why Pan LluAMo v Cn something to be learned from The same thing upplie c ae.
dIdsiVt he- go to.- Rutgers. op i nceiton o r Columbia? You know Pau and v* CA s h t b la. f.
why. e o tobeRutte o ceton, or Columbia You now Yesterday at oon Lu ase- the exhibition games, our club in p1. "
h. e ould do bet d the star was one MariBon mann's 1 th LBar- "If. Maglle could get back on "It'sbout time
As this game wa ad, the star was one Mari Bon io, ostr's 's with the beam, a lot of Leo Duro- stick the :INt aim
-who initiated-hi college career atWisconsin, turned up here, sat: a to & vlct o cher's troubles would evaporate. maybe Willie Maya n
last season out and i how eligible to die for dear old Miami U. Lt. (ig) er ent di We have any number of pitch- fd the htur
Not all transfers, of course, are college gypsies, but to be sure the Lte.( foN Weta re i onW era. There is no law which y pitching st
Machinery ,I not abused at will, the rules forbid playing for one lues for B xN r.: tali' sn a tpnrT er canol Use five or
full year between switches. A deterrent, If nothing else. for Baxe r's. i tases onamana par t use five or i
Th question of why Bonofigllo had transferred from Wiscon-t s safe bll our 'bases on teelK particularly It you can
sin was being batted around abatractqrly'When he got off a touch- 't set one h bath" e covers bacd relieve th Atnd or Thre I s
down pass that fattened Miami U.'t margin of victory, and John t boya h t w Movers good r lievers o And we b il
Dolan, mine host at the Tatem, brightened: bo ith three strike., w e have them in ie oyt Wilhe
Y "Why did he transfer? He wanted to play where It's real cold. loss and aw 13 rugs on 15 screwhaller up from Nashville,
SYou cansee this. s the kind of weather he revels in." ..... "_4Su rfromoemanole
outonly.two of etI s ae f 1951 whf has got his sink- a
... Dua th. rm ..ak of r "
thoURPASSED UP o oire t- hatDur er has in.
RAREForBaxter' dI an had Uetb chaae- the p re, is toi tal- o sClub
Miami U. is coached bAndy 0Cstafson, whd i still apologetic For Baxt erfect da I ouranwitad use Maglie Lnarr nen.lR o hoatlro aace
over the sad-sack showing his Hurricanes made against Fordharn a erfle t d ay 'At3 a useUsli Lr Jensen. Joh- Sata arc
holastioaen.I wh i hOb c*rt. Hearnsand mai e Marvin Ores- er Harbor ct hm
S"They say something -always happens to a team when it plays w e b@ t b t. Hearn and maybe Matvin rbo
i. N'h ortheir lst te.Bob Medinger air ie EiRans som as starters. He honestly be- boat ptide, owned nd
in New York for the first time. Well, I know what happened to bot ihad two for four. On the ve e l be more lke pred by L Col. A
us n We mast ae oNotu the dayoh kicked out of us." ISa Tars" side of the fence* lutson his od sel." H won the series withs
A young man named Tom Nugent coaches Florida State and had three for three, Van 81otin- "Bvet bodyin Phloelnx I, high corrected time for b
en-joys a certain celebrity as the- inventor of the "I" formation in had three br four and Lambi- on Aztonelli. Frank Shellenback, Riptide had one
whieh the four back-field men line up, one behind the other, di- ris, Parades anid Peeler ;nmarke the It hing coach, believes he one second and four t
rectlyInrear of the enter. A variety of plays. such as an off- up two for four tries each. .' has he stuff to be one of the she was the most
'tackle smash, a cross buck over thguard, or& a ftake off tackle Van Bloun won ticket for a bigoe
with the qUarterback,passing, mayl-be run from the same forma- free Italian dinner with wine at "Gemex was aour best last year, eight contestants and
tioioh. 'This klp the defense guessig and is its virtue. Frank the Atlas Garden with a tound- remained the same in the Puer- tye of mixedsboat
Leahy workedlinto the end attack a couple of years back, so it tripper to center flld in the to Rican Winter League and were only two of the o
must have merit, even though it was unproductive in this game. sixth Inning. l'eeler made the Could Not better. y the Stbot
"I need more time with my players to make it work," the HE GETS CUTEro HY.triK. MApTiE i'S TI IMIT an the sixth a ile oy pithearn 's got all thestuffany and Merry Widqw, ar
Sn~ai ed I u t uld have t keu ,...Bully Boy turns ... B .ad fthe new lightweight champee it *of the worTd!" when center fielder Zimmerman uistable. Notaff leader, but e da g the i t t
residence neir the focal jailhouse it he was going to have any ... deflected the course of the ball could get us ftom 15 to 20 gan
inmedlaif time wi certain of h players. Five of them were but did not'recover. in to spot, which Is Ju every race s a most
run ii after a dawn roughhouse in a-never-close night spot. They The box score: abo t is ed if be makes t ctor.
manged to get off with suspended sentences, One of them is a B Kourany, O., 3 a "Du rhe ori hason 19 is pithe sleeper. Thd efpt sined lYo
fin,*upstanding.son of the.old South. Alex Markowiecki, a 220- Kourany, 0., c........3 0 0 "Durther has 109 pitchers a nd ptai nede
Spou kle from that quit, historic magnolia-scented Village Y oUr MO Foster, If........... 4 1 -1 ankd the youn ones have goera
of '\ -h .r..5,IIP WRoberto, 2b ........... 3 1 1 armssHe Is hoping one of th i
The story of the'"game was given complete and competent Golden, is .............3 0 1 Just in nhacase Magile t doesn't come owned by Staffopd
.coverag in the local gazettes and there were sharp, vivid action Zimmeraan cf ....... 3 1 0 around. cike Cody, both of B
pictures of th ield e L but td stands weh e ignored and the 'THIS BEATS SINGING' been giving me a run-around Rumors around town pinned KouranY, E., rf ......... 3 1 3 "The best bet is Allan Worth- School tried ever trick
story was in the a hee spectatove p huddled under blankets, since the time I beat Terry the blame for Pidy's sidetrack- Evans, lb ........ .... 4 0 2 ington, who broke in with shut- i albag to bring the Wlt
furs and coats asld dpu gloved palms together and ad-libbed By PADDY DE MARCO Young twice and they turned me iIng during title fight time to his Cheney, 1 ............. 3 0 0 outs against the Phillies and the line as the winning
tap dances on the coner togramps, and the gentleman next to our down for a title shot because I late ma aef, Jimmy Dixon. He Dodgers. After that, the red- the third consecutive y
Mr. Robinson contiplue4 to #rood because this was the kind of That's wasn't the crowd yell- was only 1g. and Padd had a father-and- Totals 30 6 10 headed kid's luck was worse than Riptide's corslstant
weather they mshdda had New Yetr's Day. This was the sports Ing at the end of my light "Everybody seems to remem- son relationship -- and it left Navy his pitching. The club made a brought winning honors.
picture of the year. But it's not the kind of picture Miami news- with Jimmy Carter. That was =er that Padd DeMarco lost to little room for any "influence Taht, is............3 2 1 millIon errors behind him, and An involved of
papers print. me. Johnny Gonsalves and Tony De- guys." Lambiris, rf ........... 4 2 2 he lost eight straight. Encozreag- capping, based a0t 4 r
There was only 30 seconds Marco and guyss like that In the Diorlo, 2b .............4 2 1 ing is the fact that he bounced Imbed the North
L to go, and I felt great and ex- last year ot* so. But they don't Paddy gave the manager's Hutson, 3b ..........3 2 3 back to win his last two. He's Yacht Racing Union, I
cited, so I began yelling at think about- the raw decisions share of his $11,000 purse- one- Chance, If ............. 3 0 got moxie. sary where boats o
him, "Let's go, go, gO." they were-and they forget all third-to Jimmy's widow, Mrs. Tynes, If ............1 0 0 fervent size and dfnke
Be just looked stUnned, about the gtYr I've beaten. Kitty DiXon. ... Jansen, lb ............ 4 1 1 "The fellow I want to look at nesting. The Starboits ar
What a change froa six "Who are they? Well let's start Van Sloun, cf ......... 4 3 3, ls Charley Fowler, a big right- the scratch boat of the
months ago. Nobody knows with Sandy Saddler. I beat h m On the fistic side. Paddy show- Paradee, c .......... 4 0 2 hander just back from the Army. Class B fleet and have to
this, but after/my fight with twice. And I beat Billy Graham. ed surprising form against Car- Peeler, P .......... 4 1 2 Before he went away, Fowler was time to their competitors.
Orlando Zulueta last Septem- --O--.0- ter. He gave up his billygoat Totals 34 13 15 the best pitcher Il the Giants' formance is calculate on a.
ber, I was ready to pack In. I "Now, you waht some light- style aind substituted 15 rounds farm -Iorganization, and' we had is of corrected tima red hi
wasn't going any place, so I Weights? All right, when I was of speed and deft hooking off a S(MORE -1-Y INNINGS brought him up from Jackson- which finishes a race sata y.
I coul try singing. oo thur King, Eddie Chaves; Orlan- Navy 801 006 x-131tic League. win the race.
know, I've sung at the Roxy do Zulueta, Teddy Davis, Ean- He has a rock-hard chin and
and the Waldorf. Every place. que Bolanos, Dennis Pat Brady was in race-horse condition-
My late manager, Jimmy and GonSalves. which Paddy DeMarco figures to
Dixon, he talked me out of it. "Now, I'm the champion and remain in, now that he's bo.s.
Right now, I'm not kicking. they seem to think it's a sur-
--oOo-- prise. Well, if it.weren't for me DA RAL S
ELN getting sick in May of 1951, Jim- L-
N gotten the title. Paddy DeMarco Twi .Wf M.,;
This is a quick around-the-room Williams and when hC went into Twi *... Don't judge an imported liquor by its proe e mber
Brooklyn landowner who evicted gave it to Carter. Well, it took that half the piulce you pay is taxes. Driak.Panamsi.
James Carter from the -lght- me three years to get it from nde products--drink Womaok, and rceveti vles
weight championship of the Carter, but I waited and it was
world. worth it." ...., of your purchase in wh akey, 'not in tax stamps eM

He is Pasquale Joseph De- DeMarco IS a aarK-hai5u, fnybotth..
Marco, better known as Paddy sturdily-built guy who flashes a .t..
DeMarco. He is the nVwest fix- smile worthy bf a hiah-priced
t in your "dy fistic dentist. He grew up in the rough
picture and, if yoult to him Navy Yard section of Brooklyn
carefllyat heI feigm ow heIn
closely, 0o etn the ath and began fighting In 1925....e
Intends to stay there for some Since then, he has carefully ao ,e
time. w xstahe6d away each of his ring n D R iaysk N K -s
ITthere were sxP8 who paychecks and now lives in a m' wDle...* 1 K
ave'addy DeMarco ance sprawling 28-room red brick You lwa well AGEWO
to win the 135-pod Ion-Ihouse in a fashionable sections a
ship before he m 4 o theof Brooklyn. When not in the drd a SPECIAL CLUB RESERVE
ring, must have hid ring, ie's usually with his wifeC' rt... ROYAL MOUNTED
Ing.hi.db"etam b s ess ROYAL MOUNTED
IntheMadisonSquaGOar- Betty, and two chilren. wre or wt t RON CORTEZ
den basement.--000--
--o00o- A former choir boy, he sings wadau r C y H". CASTLt CLUB 01N
ven they COuld aMIt WhoIs and plays the harm klonsa once aeask.t*f Van iCmmL
the jy and where did bt come a week at veterans' hospitals a- spost al rts, palaRmINA,
from?" round New York. When he Isn't 'eSlaMeakwar,
Yeo put that question t4 the doing that, he's out on the fl und wear beacbwevt
new-champlan and you get a inaks near his -haoweh and hladker .ers
-.Eddie Stmanky takes im. out. np eeeS Adflxi Ome g R ne-e oa th course. Or. he ia l e
to_ a_ e b _e, 2, .someI pointTohnny-come-hateIy?" he bowis, atthe aoirnableeO W ee= (esa..atej"..llt
___te _l_ the _nd_ 'al, I-stoulid h~ Satiab KKennel Club Shor w th~ his thIS -
Mre er two ye7s ags. TheL'W .-winning amer.
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I viet Paper

I Claims Spying

i BUS Attaches

I N08COW, March 25 (UP)-A
Doa o w newspaper published
cnrges today that American
ary ataches left documents
in a railroad compartment,.
p ng that they were spying
'e trade union newspaper
Published the charge, quot-
a train conductor as saying
nd the documents.
t'tud said that a check with
It. Int6urlst Bureau showed
four members of the mll-
W stff of the United States
au were in the train in

Named as aboard the train
Lt. Col. Howard L,. Felchlin,
mary attache; Maj. Martin J.
~Jff, assistant Army at-
w e; Maj. Walter A. McKin-
sy, assistant air attache, and
MR Force Sgt.'Eugene Williams.
SAonductor Kharin said that
tiW documents showed the men
who left it in the train took
photographs of an air field and
an oil dump from the train and
ade notes of the site of air
Ilds, fuel dumps, radio sta-
, industrial plants, bridges
ad power stations.
'"Trud published a photostat of
ate.s alleged to have been found
under a napkin in the compart-
lnt of the train occupied by
l'"four Americans.
the Americans left the train
at Khabarovsk in Siberia, Trud
Ttnd's photostat showed notes
In 'WlW such as:
.... Ai -nma, a railroad bridge
men the river Oka, southeast
Stown. Power stations and
avdiromes two miles northwest
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"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham L:idcoia.




McCarthy Lashes Out Afresh

At Pearson, Revives Old Feud

- Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy (R-
Wis.p renewed a long-standing
feud with columnist Drew Pear-
son today and charged the news-
man with two violations of the
Espionage Act.
Pearson promptly replied that
McCarthy was using "his usual
diversionary tactics and "has
repeated an old charge he made
last summer but was never able
to substantiate."
McCarthy said two 'Mr. Mur-
rays" one a former employee
of the Munitions Board and the
other a former Justice Depart-
ment worker gave Pearson
'"secret" information.
He said he did not know
their first names.

Army Goes To Aid
Of Waterless
Grassy Point, NY

"Talshet: Railroad equipment GRASSY POINT. N.Y., March
wftrbk automobile works, fuel 25 (UP) The United States
ad u.'ljbricating oil stores to Army went to the aid of this
waithwest of railroad station. village today.
kAirdrfme northeast of town..
A teacher of English travelling When an accident cut off the
Ouf the trains was quoted as hamlet's water sup ly, the Mill-
arim he translated what ap- tary Academy at West Point, a
Qrt be "a questionnaire for scant 10 miles away sent two
Wposes, with a list of tractor-drawn water tanks to
. tois and stations." the rescue.
aorde was an index of sup- Villagers carrying pots and
industrial and military pans came running from all di-
bbjtts, the presence of which reactions when word of the rescue
Was to be confirmed apparently operation was passed.
t .u~h observation from the
thi Trud said. The passengers The water supply was tempo-
Stto pay special attention to rarely cut off because a Hudson
rn caution of air fields, gaso- River bargre floated up a small
,trage, radio stations, stream, then settled on and
jrgl~tE and chemical broke a water main as the tide
S a nd so on." went out.


S PERU VIAN DOCTORS, (military medical officers,)
attendiAng the Inter-American Medical Convention which
t inta its second day today'at El Panama Hotel, are shown
e(from left to right): Capt. Rafael Yockteng. Manuel Var-
*Oandantej Collado, Col. R. 8 Fxott, USAF, from
ook Col. akd za, Comandante Luis Podesta, Maj.
B.paewaki, UKi, Trom Albrook, Capt. Andres Carrillo,
Capt. Carlos Barreda and Capt. Enrique Camprubl.

i Tank To Disappear

0mCZ Map In 4 Months
0 --

he Canal Zone local-rate
te of Red Tank, which
.buen deserted since lWst
daer when the last of the
living there were mov-
I oIther local-rate towns,
literally disappear off the
- within the next four
for the sale and dem-
of all the'40 buildings
STank, including the
the commissary, the
S dispensary and fire
have been advertised
4ft Panama Canal and will
opened at 10:30 a. m.
y!; in the office of the

side of Gaillard Hlghwiay; and
the two buildings which were
originally built as the fire
station and dispensary. These
also ar. located on Oaillard
Six houses in Pedro Miguel
and nine houses in Chagres,
the local-rate community of
Gatun: also pre included In the
btd invitation for demolition
and sale.
Among the structures to be
torn down in Pedro Miguel is
the former residence of the
Pacific locks superintendent
Truman Hoenke. Once the res-
idence of the superintendent of

McCarthy made the statement who is competent and sane. I do
at a Senate appropriations sub- not consider Sen. McCarthy In
committee hearing on Justice De- the latter category."
apartment money requests for the McCarthy first raised the "es-
coming fiscal year. pionage" case Monday in ques-
Pearson said in a statement: tioning Attorney General Herbert
*I would be delighted to have Brownell Jr. before the same
the whole matter Investigated by subcommittee.
any responsible Justice Depart- Other members blocked him
ment officials or any one else from pursuing the matter.

McCARTHY STEPS DOWN Sen.i oAeph McCrthr (right) is
shown with Sen. Stuart Symington (D., Mo.), following a secret
meeting of the Senate Investigating Subcommittee at Washing-
ton. The committee members voted unanimously to permit tele-
vising of the hearings on MCCarthy's dispute with the Army.
Mundt said no definite time has been set but he still is hoping
to start the heaTings next week.

Oldtimers' Arrival To Set Off

Goethals Memorial Dedication

The arrival this afternoon a-'
board the S.S. Panama of 21 old
timers, some of them returning
to the Canal Zone for the first
time, will algnal the beginning
of the Gdethals memorial dedi-
cation program.
The program will be climaxed
next Thursday by the formal
dedication of the memorial to
Col. George Washington Goe-
thals, one-time chief engineer,
chairman of the Isthmian Canal
Commission and'the first Gover-
nor of the Panama Canal.
"On behalf of the Goethals
Memorial Commission and the
people of the Canal Zone, I wish
o welcome you back to the Ca-
nal Zone," Gov. J. S. Seybold ra-
dioed the incoming ship Thurs-
day morning.
The Panama was due at the
Cristobal breakwater at 2 this
afternoon. Fred deV. Sill, a
member of the Goethals memo-
rial program committee and a
special representative of the Na-
tional Association of Retired
Civil Employes, was to board the
ship in Limon Bay to welcome
the old timers, and Gov. Seybold
was to be at Pier 8 when the old
timers disembark.
Meantime, the last details for
the three-day program were be-
ing worked out.
Letters have been received
from Panama Canal Societies in
Los Angeles, North Carolina.

C. Curtis; John De La Vergne;
Mr. and Mrs. Richard P. Dren-
nan; Mr. and Mrs. George E.
Duckworth- Mr. and Mrs. Da-
vid J. Evans; Mr. and Mrs.
Maurice W. Fox; Mr. and Mrs.
Prank J. Oerchow; Mr. and
Mrs. Archie M. Gibson: Mr. and
Mrs. Frank E. Greene; James
P. Heedan; Mr. and Mrs. Rob-
ert J. Huntoon; Louis S. Kiser;
Mr. and Mrs. Otho W. Nichols:
Joseph Stilson; William R.
Thomas; Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Van Zondt; Edward J. Vogel and
Mr. ant'Mrs. Frank 8. Wich-
Other old timers who have al-
ready arrived or are expected
shortly include: Mr. and Mrs.
8am Grier; Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Preston; Mr. and Mrs. A. A. M.
Butcher: Mrs. Clifford H. Allen;
Mr. and Mrs. Jay L. Greene; Mr.
and Mrs. J. R. Grobe; Lt. Col.
Dan E. Wright; Mr. and Mrs.
George B. Graftf- Mr. and Mrs.
Benjamin Armstrong; Mr. and
Mrs. Harry J. Gaeb; Mr. and
Mrs. Donald .Maclntyre; Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas N. Etchberger, Sr.,
Mrs. Carrie Madison Merwin and
Miss Katharine I. Davis.

Borkley Uncertain
On Candidacy
For US Senate

But .they ralset no bjections
today when McCarthy, acting
as chairman, laumbeed into his
attack on Pearea.
McCarthy said the Munitions
Board "Murray" told his Senate
investigating subcommittee he
gave "Drew Pearson's represen-
tative. secret production fig-
ures" after "Pearson's man
threatened to publish false fig-
ures about our production" un-
less he got the true ones.
McCarthy quoted "Mtrray" as
having said he knew he was vio-
lating the Espionage Act but felt
he had to do it.
McCarthy said Pearson never
used the production figures in
his column but "they were used
for other purposes." He did not
McCarthy said the former Jus-
tice Department "Murray" call-
ed Pearson in and "divulged all
the contents of a secret Justice
Department file" to the colum-

Pearson maid McCarthy's
"charge that I or any of my
associates blackmailed an of-
ficial Is absuhdl nor have I re-
ceived any Information from
the Justice Department injuri-
ous to the country."
"I have at times received con-
fidential information from Pen-
tagon officials but have not pub-
ed it," he added.
"This is a practice followed
with various trusted newspaper-
men by responsible officials In
"If McCarthy wants me prose-
cuted for every instance when I
have withheld news which I con-
sidered might be damaging to
the military, then the courts
would be busy for a long time
to come."
Moarthy today read parts of
4 leter he received from Brown-
ell on the question of the Muni-
tions Board "Murray" and Pear-
He said the previous adminis-
tration investigated-the case and
recommended no prosecution.
Brownell said the matter Is
under "active consideration" a-
gain and for that reason he can-
not disclose details to McCarthy
or anyone else outside the Jus-
tice Department.

LIVE ONE,--The happiest fish.
erman in San Francisco is
seven-year-old Wayne Ahrens.
proudly holding a nine-pot
leopard shark, still alive after
being hooked off Pier 43. Note
the life jacket. All kids going
after big ones should wear
them. (NEAl

ROA Holds Annual

edent of Storehouses, me Dredging Division, it was Chicago, New York and the PADUCAH, Ky., March 25 (UP)
L, moved to Pedro Miguel from Northwest. Each letter extended -Former Vic President Alben W CaUCUS Saturday
Koltlon and removal of all Para so about 1914. best wishts for the celebration Barkhtey havy a hard time mak A
WMe will be completed Other houses in Pedro Mi- and reported that each of the g up hin mind on a "difficult At Strongers Club
- four months after the guel are two cottages located group expected to have at least questi," said today he didn't
set is awarded, on Miraflores Street, two four- one representative here for the t he'd have a statement on Canal Zone Reserve OfficeM
Shouses slated for dem family houses on Rio Orande ceremony. bLrs l e candidacy this Association will hold its annual
a acide all of the family Street and the garage belong- department convention o4 Sat-
it- that arca and all ing to the former offitalW The old timers arriving today uday atthenStrane Clubin
wned pubble build-N house and others coming I by plane On March 12 Barkley said he Col6n. The convene on will be
ift the Ton o. Te work in these two areas OrTby ship from the Wst Coast-wea"d have a statement by March gin at 2ep m.nwith delegateswfromb
Shoas minp is to be completed within60 will be able to contact local on whether be would run for chapters Rons Atlantic. Leo Mc-
ho. ajed: for days after the contract is a- friends through a Central In- t*e United States Senate this year. Ilntyre, Navy Pacific, Air Force
oMienreant warded. formation desk just inside the Today, however, the 76 year-old and ROA Atlantic atending
l. loo r of the administration whel to te hour on ak. aPnd department exeutive coun-
Mk- r use ..... bo 1 u Building. Telephone nnumbers-at a n the statmmen I C me ers wll eit their de-
Ift a s "n a a this desk are 2-2625 qr 2-366e. .prtmnt officers for the year
iga6Oldtimers arriving on the Pan- "When I make the statement. e innIng June 1, And their del-
High Low ama are: Mr. and Mrs. James want to be's the t one. egates for the national conven-
J 010=18 7:4,am..........a. 1:50 a m. Bradley. Archie H. Burn; Mr. Iwra a siffulri question, dI st on e he
Wi 17. p6mL. ............ M PFrank T.'(Auk;,Pa1 0 haw=.'t. qV o mind. iJune1 6 to 1,l



TAKING THE DEEP PLUNGE is Don Hopka shown diving off the 100 ft. lvel at Xl Panama
Hotel. The expert diver is practicing up for the Water Follies show which starts tomorrow night
at the hotel, where the pole has risen since the picture was taken, to 130 ft. height. Three
shows, featuring diving competition, will be given tomorrow night. Saturday night, and Sunday
afternoon at 3 p.m. Tickets are $3 for each performance.

Rubirosa Says Babs Preferred

To Loll In Bed With A BookA

NEW YORK, March 25 (UP)-
Porfilio Rubirosa said today his
marriage to heiress Barbara Hut-
ton failed because she made life
"boring" for him by lolling a-
round in bed with a good book all
day long.
Rubirosa flew here from Florida
in his new converted $200,000
bomber and aired his domestic
troubles to newsmen in his suite
in the exclusive Plaza Hotel, only
two blocks from the Pierre, where
Miss Hutton lives.

While he was talking, actress
Zsa Zsa Gabor announced in Hol-
lywood she planned to fly to Paris
next week with Rubi. with whom
[she has been linked romantically.
"This is the first news I've bad
of this," the Domini:an diplomat
said. "but if any of my friends
want to corns along on the flight,
they're quite welcome, since I'll
be alone."
Rubirosa added that his pilot al-
so would be in the plane.
He said his invitation "natu-
rally" extended to Miss Gabor,
because they were "very good
friends even though she ac-
eased him of giving her a black-
eye just before be married Miss
Hutton last December.
Rubirosa, who parted from Miss

Hutton 73 days after they were
wed, said he knew after two
months with the five-and-10 cent
store heires that they were not
meant for one anther.
"We both agreed the 'marriage
was a failure," he said, "and I be-
gan going out with friends in Palm
Beach-day and night"
He added hastily, however, that
he never once went out with a
"lady" d u r I n g his honeymoon
with Miss Hutton.
"She wanted to stay in bed all
day," he said. "We only went out
together once. I can't stand to be
around the house all the time, be-
cause I like sports and being out-
Rubirosa had been married
three times before he was wed to
Miss Hutton in the Park Avenue
apartment of the Dominican eon-
sul general. They were married
without a license declaring the
ceremony was held on Dominican
soil. Miss Hutton became a Dom-
inican citizen for her fifth mar-
Rubirosa dealed reports Miss
Hutton bought him his airplane
for a wedding present, alng
with a string of po poues al
a farm la the Dominiuca Re*

"Everything Ihave I bought my-
self and not with her mjoey," he
said, except for a photograph of
her in a gold frame, which he has
returned. He added that his brief
marriage had "cost me nothing,"
He said he hoped to keep Miss
Hutton as a friend, because he is
on amiable terms with all of his
ex-wives-Flor de Oro Trujillo,
daughter of the former Dominican
president actress Danielle Dar-
rieux and heiress Doris Duk.
Despite four fares, he said,
"life goes on," andbe is not the
least bit depressed.-
"My only adv ie is, don't marry
too young sai the 45-year-old
Rubirosa. "I married when I was
28 and that is too young to be a
gwod husband. You must k]Adw
what life is all about before you
He-said his only requirement for
his next wife will be that she must
not have a fortune.
Rich girls are "just too diffi-
cult," he said.
"I don't want to see Miss Hutton
while I'm here," he added.
"She is a very, very nice girl,
and I hope she-can find a man
she can keep around 'fbe house."


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