The Panama American


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


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


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

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
lcc - Newspaper
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AabAio The radio gave then claim. ATOP MT. CHARL
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'ag p" a nd t for the trip to the U 0 08M Ise been successfully built," the ra-!tion site.
^ftl r.. daV *" I .,arrangt a nd planned Aottckagainstan Egypt. /a ie Jo On LA Tou lin outpo which cost 422 deight'liraeli lives. fo Ftrd T l I tone most e we
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W... NGTO. Ma,,n rcz.S 7a n-P) A ,and, Srncoiqlewmmag- attorney,.Mortoa. Uver,_asked A chiva driver who led a 6CS- "Te use of atomic energy on ptponem end xai o et hisnshmie fartherI s.a is
WABa Joint carchu-7 o1A c for.. heanc AWRbOf $ eenrl Zone policeman a mary therayb Tbe5,
ec anyforttheirdarmedothena"s8nyentsf tganother,- idotay reactors, for thedaily fuel cn- Unofficialoh ,e .
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Im l tf tAhe a *al wod td edomo. dU bonImM1
boewr'ls UWhis .derture for New YTokt. O h b govrnne
-relt le 'The miM i- tl 'th d
yeas the mission with oree ella 0oon u ditalle are complete
a t I three 'tlMns foadh The arement, set up thae
a "ig raUll atck two mn ese poait- oM operation:
tin A- Ia territory w order I. A com tment or joint -
edt y atbtw es. tion In W any aggresafn
It rejected an Isrli counter- n any. hr state.
theory is ehar that th' balti tartedqin 21. FOi on f a eriansnt
B do the Israeli territory. Wlnt co m d with eeftWa
develop- head rters to control th
arming, organizing- aid
gently in d 3 e o
nd busi- ur S n aWSW Wi coordinate the maniu-
SA i fa tctur of weapons, and coa-
e Adml l 1muncaons.
to any- 3. Member states will not con-
ament is A lude a international military
y more u or poll agreements without
Rogan MfU0.9 the consent of other member
ten- states.
Staking WASHINGTON March T (UP) 4. Consolidation of economic
ke view" -The State. and Justice Depart cooperation between m e ber
ates can ment appeared to be near a n states in preparation for overall
t in the decision today> on whether to-per- economic unity.
n tri es mit 13 Russian student editors to (In'Istanbul, Turkisf.Premfer
trade and visit the Untied States. Adnan Menderes said he conald-
Barring a last-mintue hitch, in.a ered shining of the pact by
carrying Coictions were that the Russiau neighboring Syria a "serious
individual would be admitted for visits be- event" and accused Egypt of
America fore the current school terms ends putting pressure oh Syria.
les out- m Jun. (In Daascus a spokesman e-
tos del- Fifteen Russian student editors plied, "We don't bear enmity to-
Inter-A-applied or entry last summer. wards Turkey nor Baghdadnor
mforeMe 'leir applications were turned other Arab states, but in this
known on grounds Amer I c a n dangerous hour we look to
schools were closed, but it w aa ara's and the Arabs' bene",
otilon suggested they apply sai when from one angle.")
agalarly the schools were in session. Appli-
ued the cations of 13 editors were reiolv-
B tac- ed last fall. They have bea "ura-
n to der study" ever since.
Delay in dealing .ihe case,.af-
Spanish- ficials said, has caused the Unit
rotary of ed States ei ,arrasotaet in the
cAn Af- East-West, pr0pagsada ,w r The i
l ,defa- Rvssilans AJ e. been ma e -
roug "I on thanot" -it &-
1on 0 Rates chhas an "fron
Sthe ad- Curtai.
r. in de- The case Mad that of other 'r
atlonship Vro te aRussian vaiers is
orcng the 'dmialn i
ghbor re- 'ration't dc st-ab gl Jev i l
od that on y -ey am t. i.
:t, selfish als said th, obem bsIs.
e other's e sg at o acute tha top
P no real ey Bdy sn oh s the Ni
urty While -onl l cW ha vd to
poUtcal dde on a 0uin-oim Bt ad.
he said. mission pulley soWA.

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'lenn Emmons, the overn-
mat's top Indian affairs -agent
sad in a letter to Silver that the
government disclaims any re-,
.naibility for Oaecola's selec-

Ex-King Farouk's

Palaces Robbed

Of Millions
CAIRO, March (UP) Po-
lice have seized $S80,000 worth
of jewelry and arz objects smq-
gled out of the. confiscated p -
aces of ex-King Farouk, it was
announced today.
Authorities are searching for
11.120,000 worth of other missing
Police said they discovered the
missing valuables in the posses-
sions of three well-known crim-
inals. It was believed the rob-
bery was engineered by an in-
ternational gang of thieves.
Among the articles recovered
were precious jewels, medals,
gold service sets and feminine
underwear belonging to tge for-
princesses, sisters of Farouk.

ircean bInto the curb. Finally,
Marshal drove down West 27th
Street, Chorrillo, jumpdd out of
the chiva and fled.
Working with Panama police,
Canal Zone authorities were a-
ble to track down the driver and
-bring him into court.'
H6 was fined $50 for reckless
driving and $10 for driving with-
out a chauffeur's license and Is
now serving odt the fines in Jail.

Two Held On $500
Burglary Charge
Five hundred dollars ball each
was set- this morning for two
Panamanian defendants charged
with burglarizing the La Boca
Clubhouse last night.
The case against Marcus A.
Williams, 25 and Ivan Jerome,
18, was continued until "'ednes-
day afternoon.
The men are ace-sed of enter-
ing the building between 8 and
10 p.m. yesterday with ir'ent to
commit burglary.
Con Man Plan Pan?
PARIS. March 7 (UP) Sci-
ence, which has unlocked the
mystery of the atom, today con-
fessed that it is baffled by the
simple problem of making for
the housewife a satisfactory
. A competition organized by the
Household Artzs rbhibition for
creating the perfect saucepan
today abandoned the attempt.
The specifications were for a
saucepan that Is easy to clean,
hard to upset and whose handle
could be easily gripped without
4orning or burning the fingers.
Not one of the 356 models sub-
mitted by manufaeturrsa and in-
fustrial designers fruured those
basic requirements ,

wi thbif
soundit .tit up a vast
quantit Iof air. Passing through
a ve-in a atomic retr th
air is heated to a very high m-
perature and is expelled from
the motor with tremendous ener-
"Such a motor requires mate-
rials that will stand up to ex-
tremelly high tempeartres," the
broadcast sid.

ROK Police Chief
Promises To Kill
Nab Red Guerrillas
SEO March 7 (UP) Re-
public Korea police chief Kim
Chang, uang today promised to
kill or capture the eftlre com-
munist guerrilla force in South the end of March.
Kim said three of the 20
known guerrillas op*ating in
South Korea were women and
that the small force wa operat-
in in the Chiri mountains.
The ROK special combat police
unit organized to root out the
Reds from their mountain hide-
outs is scheduled to be disbanded
at the end of this month.

Poet's Descendant
Didn't Rhyme
With Actress
LONDON, Marchi 7 (UP) -
William Wordsworth great great
grandson of the poet won a di-
vorce today from motion picture
actress Eva Bartok on charges
she deserted him within a month
of their marriage in 1951 to
make a movie in Italy.
Miss Bartok, who has been
linked romantically with the
Marquis of Milford Haven, a-
mon others, did not contest the

orfnc11y17 ,e5in u 1 1W0I1
(15,000 toM of Ti).
Swa baps in nuclear
warfare for some soldiers on
the ground and the airmen in
the 103 war planes that parti-
cipated in this atomic test.
But so pouwbfal was the
blast that obleares believed
It was mqre Slily a test of a
"city-buster" atomic device
rather than of a tactical weap-
on for use on a battlefIeld.
The soldiers, from the Camp
Desert Rock "housekeeping" unit
that maintains and guards the
Nevada proving ground, crouch-
ed in trenches nearly three miles

British industrial
Mission Suez Bound

On Inspection Trip
LONDON, March 6 (UP) A
British industrial mission of
eight left London today for Cairo
to make the first on-the-spot
Inspection of the Suez Canal base
now that civilian technicians
have begun taking over from
British troops.
The mission was headed by in-
dependent chairman Sir John
Duncanson and composed of
members of the board of ov-
ernors of the Suez -Contractors
Management Company, the body
responsible for the maintenance
of the. base.
At the airport Sir John said:
"The flow of our technicians
hbp now be gun. Theprivate con-
tractors wll be respondsblq for
maintenance and repair of guns
and tanks, the care of ammuni-
tion and the runni g of the
canal zone power Ktamm.
"Mobt of te preliminary work
at the base hds now been done
but this visit will provide an op-
portunity of asessing th mag-
nitude of the jol facing c
firms and discussing, plans with
the Egyptian government."

Separate Stocks Treated As Single Unit In l

Give Erroneous Impresssion, Stock Exchange
WAtHINGTON, March 7 (UP) were presented in prepared very sensible ." He called the
- A Stock Exchange prsidet temnt. stf "a goot belt itb
declared today that. Judging The hearings resumed after il i wbal t fei. w NIlh
their individual mhrite, "very i wekeid development: might .p the public under-
few stocks are out of line prte- 1) San. Homer Capeart (R- stand the market
wie." Id.) ed he s "Osurethe porn- 2) The toilttee asked the
amnes Day, resident of the mittes will want to call com- Defense DEpartment tfr a Hat
Mid""t Stock hn a, mentato Walter. WinbeUll for wt I100 tMdefe e-
told s Bnate Bankig .on oan the market tps he tor det bomi.the toeff t
mitta 'thaan ,"rmeM s m o i, winchell sam he gti g m m t d-
E laag e wha +i t. testify. But Commit- lag the .
0te ob martlt |aJ. William Ful-

Cargo Retv*; -i;

Crew Caits Up
Crewmembet .aob oo a r
Dutch freighter Baarn weo
cleaning up the ship's hold,
day 'following the unloadlng"l
all the cargo, including 1'168
of insecticide, which got bu
during a fire at sea. n
No estimate of the d
the ship or the value 0o
burned cargo can be made
an average adjuster arrives
from Europe tomorrow.
Meanwhile, Capt. H.
skipper of the 7MT-tqn tr
said today that when thq
would resume her voyage
depend entirely on the adi
report, and t
lions t oben made by the LI
of London representative
He said it probably would not be
before Thursday.
Krul decided to return
to Balboa. when the ten-, -
fire at sea burned the
parmAceutical goods in
5 hatch. .
The ship was declared
after fremn and : h
worked two v
hatches, to mae sure t.S
sve gas being generated
smo) ering bags of
was cleared out of the Pi.p.-. _.
The Baarn Is carrylag i
eral cargo of 3,00 taons
bound for Peru. There a re

passengers on board the
which caries a comple"j
67 officers and men.
The ruined bages f lissol
have been placed on th.
and will be inspected tomi


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7. NHSTRhT P. O Box 134.P R OF P. And
r4' MADISON AvL NEW YORK. 117) N. Y. ., *
.4 Y ,LOCAL 9f MAIL _
1lRONTN. IN AVAVENC" 1.70 .50 ..0 .
P V MONTHS. IN ADvNc 0 12.00
ee ER. IN vnc 10 4 By VICTOR RIESBL.
sands of Internal Revenue Buread
Sl -ag uenti are pouring over thi books ioin a. g
of little businessmen, there. o oatr hvpt hodroe1. a3
EAbeen, nor are there plans for any tion in Dick No r c ge.
National probe of Communist froter or lorat, .finds 41 of ri l
S__ organizations e which have cllisbt s au omo. ieged"Co" o e
Semullions of unaccounted-for-doilars b ne r co roin O nA
The Moll Box isa o en forum for readersof The Panama American. n the Tast teW years. East, ne haba tob
Letter ar received iroteully and are handled in a wholly confidential Nor has there been any prollU of hom Eisenhower t jomin-. mtl To We e ed a
moner. ^Communi"t controlled unions ted, figured In tO sidut In "dosee ,iibei Maus
If y eontrlbute letter don't be impatient if it doesn't apper the which h have been filing false i f-act a t"ot of three Judles were tsemm h,
eals dy. Lettels re published in the order received. nancial reports with various ,gov. bold brief un r ul or
Please t to keep ti letters limited to one pose length. ernment agencies. Millions of dol- drunken driv a ate i rl u-
Identity of letter writers is hld in strictest confidence. lars n dues from tne memberamp :an allday Jaci meeng
This newspaper assumes no responsibility for statements as opinions o0 then 8ovieteering unions have oo Bay, OrM.,'o Ja .
apsesed in letters from readers been used for propaganda and lob- Drivin h .b twa their

8A4 .uoarews. ot the i n t e r n a4 ieve- n r t to
S;bying on behalf of Camm il stcar brus edthat oft r1 thes
SAN ANTONIO BUGLE causes. oaugene ,re car ea I who f4
The Fat Stock Show has passed and was a grand success ervice, informed in. Inex-erey. re a ow
l4 steer brought $14,000and a 350-pound hog 3,200. income tm division IbW r o lnewy d te e, Mt
S I Just can't eat meat at such prices so I am still in fruit and oncmjo Cdmmnis L "'n net od.a te d ra I tot most o jp-
vesetables. The cold for the past few days is hanging up in the tione major Communist front oga. who was a ing thecm, i, Tw W,
-irove around Sunday about a hundred miles all in city Wisconsin senator in a letter reply- h on, Orn County IBah In .
1bls to look over the building boom. No let up and can't see mg to one dispatched by the solon ICd hes O

irFrom what "Time" has to say, Venezuela Is leading every- "l am writing to pou with e- fis
th'S in South America, but her neighbor Brazil Is also a ro- to rhe cote Pnumberodrunkent ea .; t
e theeseoleeenumberro fo. drunkenSCBui ne;norr

getter. With our machinery and new farm technique we can the ant-Cmmunst effort I refer
Produce enough to feel a much larger world. New medical knowl- to the checking of tax returns of Eapprbt ha d ed t.h e wheel t ams; N te .ow am
edge s extending life and in time may put all on the Methuselah the great number of key individ- l East had ielinqu Ahed then at Ines Ar
list, And, by the way, when I left the Canal in 1914 for Boquete uals, organizations ano obsesses to Jud Reed, and Judge Ader- dulat o, e p.
with-the proverbial twoclean shirts, nobody expected me to com- within toe Communist orbit in the o was fast asleep in the but mostant ct t
plete 91 years, but on March 23rd I start another mile and am U.,S. the omit. of an on-the-spt i. uoe M t Cath ater five etirs tt
feeangtfinel "As you know, the Reds have ebI testo after whih the-spotu lng pas yet to find e
Sincerely, watched all sorts of enterprises-- eate poldeem reporter that onrst Cot in the Stat D
.; -- Pop Wright. companies and fronts, have repeat. te policeman reteOt he atcoun fartme nt
Pa.iif road engineer Tomas 3uardia sees this I have a copy cdly transferred funds back and the basis of his test le could' ya
P.S. If road engineer Tomas Ouardia sees this I have a copy dly transferred ns back and "conscientiously" arrest him for NOTE-The.whole time Joe was
of Highway Magazine on road building in Bolivia I want forth between them, and have oth- drunken driving i enate Inve i Ch
to send him if I can get his address. Pop. erwise juggled tneir books accord- However the paiolmv did inthe nev(r held ga eait. bn
uig to strong evieno given to However, 'the patrolman did not he
ORCHIDS the o FBI. permit the three judges to drive an attempt to prove origmal
SORCHIDS the FBI their car back to the polie sta. State Department charges. H
Ochids to Mr. Herr and Mr. Musselman and all the stu- It seems to me that we could on. He made them park the has also done nothing a t the
lwho p art icipated in "Am ereiana." isever the ifiancial arteries of t oe car on side of the road, n itsel In whom he once cal "
was darn good entertainment In any man's theatre, and Communist party f a special f- suspicious, and dov hem back unists t ho aewor
Because our youngsters were it, either. fort were made to examined the ne himself. at e ate ep en
i wonderful S wht these two can get our kids to do. book of at last the major it developed later that the three cleared b hi pal, c ecurltp Chie
wet. Red Groups. In so doing judges were, to quote one police. Scott
l cmi we could pro baby interfere By ete Edson man, "abusive as ell." Or, At the
Answerto'with Red espionage n this counpolice chief put it, they seemed PUETO RICO SCARE
SAnwer to Prous lI try, which is dependent on dis- to resent being brought to a "sna The in i never knew ,t, bu
Songstress q tuh i based expenditures. WhIe "" "I e station." Finally,fter be. Ws no we
tt ey have probably covered their WASHINGTON (NEA)--In- two lines have a close working sition in what seemed to be an held about an hour, they were seretly alerted lt week f
S2racks carefully, an all-out prob tense rivalry 'of American er
r a DinO 1 d strong I bedoulive atEast A and C 't CAB apoval, be Democratic CB members Josh m a d res ll m o rea
I stHaving I wrongly beeve that he yPan American World Airways for gan rating Los Angeles-Mex. Lee and Joseph P. Adams refused ally is the fact that Slredy en ator dn pitol Hill I bodand
Jckshon toothed wheels ae broken tax laws in hdlin r ts owt o e a it top romiNo Caty on ne usve asi to ta a e 'art ia ase ontle aet hadalready giveM hieCa t to peial tarl
I S- i --|onIMean i the books of their fronts and o'hew York to Mexico City is re- Mexlc contended that since it didceedings. Rtblican members ppointmentiofug e o assige atad
dan Symbol f the key functionaries. nsible for much of the ticeal t sumidize its airlines, CMA Iurney, Oswald Ryan and HBr. astenatos enjoyuniquep u
1 a .. sBftfa ode ovrte Th pro-ologit ox ageTh for The income tax agency would tIrmoil b the Civel A onexsw o'tica l to operate foee fr mar eny avjunction when e s.G., to ud i cial ma Serete o't aheInthora DtougMo
el fs hae ju isdicton over tese jp~ro- ua n e Amerian subaidizedo m petiton. In ehe e nd an ex pedted pointment, that one senator can Ku ction over
bealgs 4 French y soviet fronts. Mny of them are 'Basic troupe is that La United To co6plleate matters Afrthe, he arhinge was arranged.American usually block a udge's confrma- Puarto o. fm
O a.rrence 5 Enlos on the attoy e her 's subvert states and Mexico havk no civil Melco In 1952 authdized Air filed its application for a nonstop ollowin th tra i m elenone titrho a
t Unit of i ve list. Thrs they aitonatlfly aviation agreement. Futile a t. France 't operate nonstop from New York to Mexico City route r asked the F FBI, h without
Credit (ab.) reluctance 4 German king 41 Overseer of lose any taxfree ; tatus they and tempts to negotiate such a treaty? w York to Mexico City. This at 8:52 a.m. The Board metat efoafor t s Neuberger:giN ng hi na Te g chane-
S Udi d soup 7 Haill 25 Continent morals their sympathetic donors had a have been. made sporadically service, o rating about a year, p:00. Forty -minutes later the s l wld e s sweets h, e FB a e .' Seret
r Low haunt 27 Erect 42 To cut charitable" or alleged civil liber. e the 10s. gets the affic cream. Board grated American its re we ee
*S tel- in The 0 H os pit a i g p n tmce the 1940s. M gets the a afficeream. Board granted American l t re. r an
9 i s Hor iil 20 Weight 45 Dese animal I tarian organism flons-. ..w pot
C in The spit 2 e t anima I tarian ora Be fore pssa of the U.S.Civl Ameritan, astern and Pan-Am uest on a 3.2 party-line split. The eappoin i g g to be aa a d
SNetherlands residt deduction 49 OlympIan They then become subject to in' Aeronautic Ac of 1938, Pan-m naturally applied for CAB erti- ecilson Was not sent to the Preal. sober as a judge. a clo ad a n lio e ltel
.OOddess of the physician 21 Allowance for goddess vestigation. made its own deal with th M i, teation to qptablish a similar ser- dent for approval s usual SAM L YCAv-NET MEMBER all fiao c "h b attac.
dawn 10 Indolent waste 52 In addition can government for service m vice, The r cord in this case has Eastern Im atel went to TRADE. B G
vas n O rder 1 Box Entom ology onro e t lye M to exico. -eCity. In hot been I cosed, o xminer's ro. court fo injunctimon gain st.a. W L, ses P.reiadent EiO
rial at boat) con a asm rn eTtablished a n.- port, hasrnotbeen made and do- Aerican, hisaver ita tt ttd at New rkr
aia l ST r 4 Doctorat 8oly s~5u.cyt. tbn u it seffice to0 Brown i ei. cslei n is still e long Wa off.. pvec nonstop ileace. W I. I m, e's Dan Reed for uilimsn mri
ipermar ID Age 88 Courtesy title Scqiptur (ab.) e v bd iHouston. Eastern has demanded thata Senators from the so theaster abt ofers the other da to a on the reciprocal td bn Ik
VIper 22 Depot ship 40 Form a notion Prposltle s Cw liberie" hrgati zaione wit When American applied to a n u m b e r of secret government states 'served by Eastern visited minar of clergymen ceived whaIt he considered ia
Brins into which the lbveseve network is certificate to operate Dallas-r document ts, ll CAB mom- the White House a few days age At lere te bul- -clad guara from Ree
wrato confused by t~.'p public. The pdo- Worth to Mexico City in 1942, AB bers and other government offi- to tell the President the wane t abb as ec t sa tat he would not sabotage the
She isto n ple, in their open.pocketbook at first turned it down. A on cals be subpoenaed. CAB Exami- EAL to ha the through r o Ut ; a o t trade eve Reed not
nak- 1a ess, have donated lovers P$, Carter a big stockholder in Amer- ner Edward Stodola has denied over New Orleans. eoutdi hast on thinly st to reck the ro
Il er 1 to just three o the. camouaged ican, urged Texas Congressmen[this plea. Eastern has appealed tI set pi imse. e ic e-e ora m but wouldn't even .ot Cong.
SCommunist ts in.thepaustdeo persuade President Roosevelt is ruling to CAB and there the Also present at this conference c S Due Gn ora sent
ew oes-and a w Yor. legislative to reverse this decision,which he matters staled. was Samuel Waugh, Assistant orer therd vie on ubl
STaecmmittee has'jut eard testi did. Eastern asked for these subpoe- Secretary of $tate for Economicaeta e dmedstha e e ican tim e eeud o n-e
Ti id ed- mon that hr ders such, Fur years laer Pa l resident T mu nae after was r eveale that Affairs. e as th sred Sthally ee lly sia mee -a .
oirirou can't. beatt-or a large man ap rov d routes to Mexico American had tried to shortcut tors that everything would be set- a adjectives e R ublican
sUtar t INTEDProporrtion ofC St h monies. have been orend gentle-aive" tit Acheson The retre ar atd
proportion ot o t by Braff. r S. Antonio, We proeedings by a secrethearing t:ed satisfactorily to a in thetewrdny tere i te e fr ican Pre
S'Lqu I I I II I I Senator Wiley does' not for a em from tis Angeles and Eact- in January, 1954. future. But he gave no clue what T one tht
T '$wlrktaUN moment impugn the Internal Reve- rn from Nt;w Orleans. Lacking American claimed it had a fa- it would be-leaving evet ions in writing. The one that den
Sne service or s ce e ica government approval vored position with the Mexicanstill very uch up n to Rabb was a scribbled ote
a g.. re aware that a probe such as hethese routes never operated. In government. It was operatig four In themeantime, both C s g:. Do you have ad
nuea Servic c o r tsa c hef. Wiley is la i goverment approval, vord pt with the M e ican very Cflma *'T P I \ic frd Wou l d
v ta) su ggests wouldl be a very coM 9 President Truman arbitrarily cutes rom Texas cities tMex- and Aerovias Guest-a Mexian room at te Wt H

oher ra e sd n the i t meantime Mexico had consider this matte he r s thi tan et members t check the
mOthe" ..rg om- n n ierra ter n i nakig ... c nationalized ithe ames. Pan-Am ord. J. Paul Baringerefore asked or spiuatioe, it is fairly obvious aked years byut Senator McCarts Mry or to

ma trwho have worked themselves asold stock to CMA-Compania tate Department's Transportation Mexicin interests wil have to 1950 charges againstthe State ho- t d Marin movie o M or-
ruse of oide" awbor-uld specially on the wa.o p e xicana de Aviadtion-but the section, supported American's po.e cut n for a piece of the business v .tdidot reflect un hi s tseratn Guest and U.S moe
!*la teso m ,tr rfrlid/o/A,,,, no can/o City,- I-'froonn intendedkvictimsthennteert.rno fiptressrlife.

tls The ncome bureau commissasalocertification already granted, bu CA Chairman Chan Gureyrightfor a nonstop serviceMex. AR ES OO I k,

Tarietr a told Wiley on Jan. 8s that: darling of the Republlas-formera's sweetheart during her film
Se hereby~ ~lt~f~ tha meetings s o' 1will are .e..a, P A refusedstr rule on it. lerstheaoBoadrd.ntoes to-_ CRY to NewYork.Whatever o 1aten Cse vanL re r w s e a S u

n leetlen of the Beard o Deinetorse "I intend followw up. because 'Donahue. Says so -Rta eNa.g ,.,-ar of b "as. .ow aatd .=nvie
I yet "h,. he,.T. ... ...... expect herto ie_ ofte h a e ra.
T i vote upon nu y motion properly I oleman Anot esay ayhat hen m. wed+ Warre star of theTh an nowurd sepaatecan to ow

aall-out efforA such as I seek.basi aigoe~h ihvl oe. aIw
ama n "Ido1 not0 believetha.t theinter brass is fuming over .the high-vol- nw'tThey call themselim pital, Santa' Mob iaa
Sa"I-do not believe that the Inter tage pufflicity given J0Gleason's *Oue Gir" .... PrinoW s r ettods a ti &t a rged ,
ODST ISNMNNraal Revenue Service can sit back -w. d
Swait Revenue Servwe tcan sih backu .w 11-million diae *hey know AM a'e constant compasiteW' Bd hi q Me only
SOBERTO EIENMANN, nd wai for evidence sho it'll make things tougher next time JIoely. tevAns. Her un%= .3B \
wg hae todisan Da Pe 77 -P 0 a / 1Jo
] int. .Unless to this taskg n r have to disaus eay-ralae uttOgli s publisher of La ove the
^ -^ .squads of 1agen to thistahean with Waltei Reuther. the labor ictUte Post ... Sacha Gutry's w and g poaa Never
the o fl a eriod of time. R then power. Didnt GM coax a national memaits include this: "A man ma eserva .
the fullstory ofl the Red financeal mag to cancel a planned cover ust marry only a pretty woman aB t' FB folks wh
___________________twor _Well said Senatoro stressing the 11 mitio.i. De.D f he hope; ver to get some otheraaena ,. .
We said Senator scription of the notices of "Silk ma ake her off is hands" Don.ans of
Stockings" Raviews. Jamr s actin on a t rWher
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SW yl ii belb. ''Climax Nears In Murder Trial

-* a' Sdt r s. .. BIMINGHAM AIa.. March I nd en fitted remembering
l1 11 =9 a Vptgo m FeOUP-Albert Fuer, ou sted it wh sl a nsw rbeticst

rlu. .a uidib, 10rW W nn latertess toa aefens rs l sbt une t wh

ywi'lg S3[oo -to V -a- IV 'W m e niu ltee-wn trial neared c its ng Al- cui..x me dios l scent
ife? our nita Ol Itt wT- b ._ ti maxl bert Patt/rson. .o who said he saw Fuller I h

t _re_ -k b, 31 bo1 bl ndr Deason struck hard during his After the defense rested Deason I rer
youn sl dielples a .wedHil thertha O ifst cross examination at appar- called four rebuttal witnesses who
rongedwthI or his parents une et- discrepancies in Fuller's alibi testified th accused man had a Th
Xe--een e ued: "Neitlar has 8i.[ that he could not have murderedd "b~d repu:tatI9n" and they If a
-.and -~ -- aIan s nor his pa ~It b ct Alabama Atty. Gen.-nolinee Pat- 'would not believe him u n d e r
our p? To the work of G..od were. o trgon and run back to his head- oath in a court of justice."
youerpems. ,XI made maie in el.w" EVen quarter, in the Russell County The witnesses were the R e v.
y ws e. aa to place t Wfortune* of the uaoewnt. jaIl. 0. John Trantham, a Baptist m in
we h emih y 1 br ther r or, e a mysterious man. Fuller said he was at his jail liter. John H. East, a contractor
eburnWt. with ew. We wish t tC itobn w een seen running from the alley ar the crimc-fightlng Russell Bet. h
all tenrnes to wsp r4 each For all of you, dear cldInn which Patterson died because torment Assn. and Jack Gunter.
of you: Soul in anguishu hyo whodo not yet know ntw tro- old foot and back injuries made an insurance man. sn
you rebel Let the rays 6f light noune the "So be It" of rena- i: Impossible for him to run. Fuller had testified he had sub-
which come from the cross of ton and patience, we nvoke But at other times during h i s ]eeted blnself to "ridicule" from I
Jesus fall on this dark lytr 0o's blesnp. We ak that He 4 hours on the witness stand he his owe political friends by sup. ii
*f suffering. What iU had B end a ray of His light into your said he "ran down the hall" of sorting Patterson's race for. the II
done? thatt ye may eHee to con- the jail when the murder was re- nomination as state attorney sen-I
IT MAT that y have t with your will His plan, ported and on reaching the sceneeral on a pledge to .can up TEST BRITIS CARRIER The aircraft cae
done youl Pethaps you have of- His will, His work. jump froetm car and ran a- Ph n City. ed he first British Navy carrier equipped to carry H-bombs and atomic
fended God many t uInes ma y i W ASK that yo spay become cller also said Pste atterson w ave p rom tehe presence of homers, moves through the water during .ea trial.. The 36,800-
way,. You knowetspt a aeao. com lnvnced thiatn p ah s personal friend." He said he his alibi witnesses at the countton vel has been 13 years in te mking
n merit forth ul eterl after marketherhood is h loving and be even "marked the ballot" of one ji. killed Patterson ha an alley
S damnaton. Tet you ar stil nevolent even when He judge voter for Paeteron in violation of a block awy, and rim from the A I I
alive. It necestsary to make use of the gabtma law. but admitted he did scene. A /ne n av n In /Ir i *
lu t he tor now a bitter chalie orotteriln. pot vote or Patterson. di Fuller and his supporting wit. ne, Bevan Tru l 1
r.T memnrse nM mwi^.w.aa.e. When. questioned about his trial, nesses said he'withdrew to a back| *
.... ..u:- ....-in.-Inks-r.....wodo ............w-conve.ldonviction and sentence last mal room aor a prante ma -minute con- A/,l I U, I -
wihcmfoth" O n' e Into seven years in prison for ac. lerence witt thenSieriff H. Ralph -V i I1 O / I-t L-"rrd-l
J e u a l| onIdcepting a bribe, Fulterh at first Mathews at about the time of the -----/ I. Ul a a botI t i
fiei~rbwhati "Kl 10sand I LMyfMainlto yours,,aid he could not remember it, shqotintg. __ -r o
&meltry. ium'ay ltoo n-eJiIurLONDON, March 7 (UP) the stron su rt of rank and file
doeei P alm"'haveo His -willMl I 'I wea dT a cas J J t the British Labor Par- members of the party. *
SEstiated 1 00000 To AttendI ty met today n a Messio informed rBevan led 62 borites, 30 of *
rope in beat out Canada forlld ares, 3er cent was sof aid works, demandlled that evantenza which forced hi to sanction

the first timek inw the race for.A. in euro t the Jarges s e.n VATICAN CITY, March 7 (UP)sai ys with it a plenty tndul- e tossed into parliamentary lim.seel three political speeches yester-
merican travel dollars, .aclcord i te tem. is stl8nanl per centdAn estimated t00,000 RomanJgence. db.ebecause of.his o pehalleneday. "*a a
o areo y "th Orga retio o trmerican orwhen trove voCtholics will flock to Ro he prayr, thanding God fo lastweek to he partp leaoershp
rooean onoc opea we th anero in mid-uly or the In- the initution of the oly Eu- oement Attlee. in refusing t vte ith Attee *
orohas rease year ternaona Eucharistic C harpist, calls for special grace Bvan outsken critic lead- last week on a censure motion a
Thereport sad: *uropesyear. eatweek of homage anand bles upon Braz, ndithe parts ndletwing a. anst the government

progress this respect is ver y oo rea yr dedicated to the sacra- asks o protectthe weak oken hi sofAe
outcries in 1953 recorded Amerca 1953 has gemch n or e t-wg Socialist led by
PARISo March T -(UP) aEuoieign travel expenditure In 1953, G ,foer co
rope in 195r ent out Canada for in g areas, 34 per A opens July wl re of works, demandether loyernd to givereturned to power n 1. to can-
the first t n the race for A spent n Europe the largest VATICA CITY, March (UP) ys w ith it a plenary d- e ssed into parlimentary el three pota speeches yester-

EJa:r g :ro Aera a LON DON Ma .ch 7.- m( dP tS a e e) ro hi O ... M
rican travel dollars, according le Item. I 19*8 only 21 per cent An estimated 100,000 Roman gence bo because of his open challenge day.
to a r eport by the Orgaon for of Amercan foreign trave een atholics will ock to Rio de The rayer, thanking God for last week to the art lea
Economic Co-opeation ditre was in Erope -,1.but the ero Jnero mid-July for the In the Onit of oSthee H oly Eu- mo Clemenot Attlee. n e
he5) repo saidu ce... r pte has increased ye teeO EuharstiChd rch ist, calls for special grace an, outspoken ctic of the
progress opehi re aespect isv e ry"'nselp 'botw tonsy t of homae An and be ofn2^I hn wazil, an und Ses. a asout-
ta Satries areaoin I e- t Itas viume t r eiaed t a o tedo asa A t ra fect the wen r sptheleew c

Most orielast 1953 record t, -00Americas n193but waent '. of bcmunio andlm the sitck, tobrng beter o watsl a mem o atled a-dta e n
dolar isipor. ae in ta emakt y5 r bmy a opens July 17, wl reach' Ipts ci- nd their employers o d to give returned to power I rn 1951.
Mexarings f an visit- P,:' ^rom? th e Uited a cam oax July24 whenPop" e Pius XII the world lastin peace. He has differed wilit Atdlee on e __

mra e Free ar U Setem ateantt$w h 0s 0 of6hou e0ptr ds t lacan ese fm his ee ryth sinr tom Germ a rma- a
P tlo t. trl lb Ey e dt1-bric atte aorld toous rands f 4 t sat. tatr to ohat p the
ea 6 W^.^..S^ A S ft.l*. B0a*11.1 frm~i~om- t gr.. Aenao and organtize pTe- shou rihtwgld o ott manfatu te
PARIS Marc -(i ) jueo toravleAf ed i0 rouromins-IMnt of te n0 Georgoe a -rbornas Porme. minister Bean wasMwith,.in.

tle pin et. f hte rop in 1ase leate to e ieon edett C aw tohe lad d 1. He b rocan uted h
,a t-e a ae M ..t..e of Eu ltc 0 lrA eepl has bee n dn t re d o e a irmo
orfrstmoue Itoa racefrAs in Euoe isafeost sin. cVATICA Nl Crg ha rc the w7o t ten fol ing fort 4 e ars. buth si t h s st ao in to periia eSw. T tasha e ts h -
eL.arieat re ld oarly soing rosed taetI anle em in Ye ynr-old Arndiptesd oRa nir e pl- ne Is Bfh aprm e Houseof Commono, i, renegadell .eI
toIsarep y the Amric a onofporthofA mericya forei te ieari lotodolodeThenr ad hiPfithand inmordablemektos'dMaders, p fo teI

foreign visitor; ($57 the population of the United lic of St. John In Lateran, the houes. Broke his left wrist and with i influence heavily damag-w .EL
1953) only about $40,000,00 camegltates has increased in wealth Cathedral Church of the Pope, pelvis. ed Outside the C o m m o n s he iI I1 Ill
frm European visntormc-a igre immensely between othoe datei anwho ins a dlsoBishop of RomeItn theteoftheHly ill ameale.l I
weh ais trema u .e mosto te'iIt was estimated that in 1950' The Pontiff named Maeila tc h an i fes ws ; ig a nourmspo .d h rite a
same for .he st aidve yeres. thea were. ,00,000 .AmerIcs mke. thetrip because of ohis .n- et 10 f we n. it wored soaes d d t, hI
prog ress enat wdoresp catisr-La a sEe and rse petisse with a imitate ni tedof the Portu-pumas med ITo oapperre-copeaty uld o drahtine an expligs oI l
srois "ovin ...incr olme o r, or more aiyearguese language and te people ofran The s ttere ckp san ramte crstyepscausexeli
in Itriest whom 2,00,000 received $10,- Brazl. He was Papal Nunco to d o
Mriseo15r c ar l ora more." This gives an Indiea- Rio de Janeiro from 1927 to 1934. iAndh te ywers ag t he ivr. wa re-air opI Ii
nexio's CV a i tto Lin of taip number, of United The first three days of t h ge w tRiorl d stowai cngerl taenm. I
a ng s l r o t choStates residents could afford de Janeiro conference woll oe gls to wday dae ng i e r o. lnl
A wrsi m ated of to U travel tb Europe dedicated to cultural and at ferl do ilid the s to I mGrnem-
I0"m. + ,, .. ....9In a i'WI Jsiped'tWsno t teno
oi -Hs r oneon i Tourism retaiued its vital m. cemones. On subsequent daysnjumpd ... wso. ,o II a of
44a s vox .ofstherpereahantde e ty*
s r "Aitctalrus of missions will meet to L-OrEMar. of h paespiobrit e.M be
By "NewA"ssocadlon "y si'ne tol dasceofucstics le anse ered simply:"I don'rhan .e, Value ae
.or.. .. .were eStimted at acred echist as the centrall eelhtt", __ a f 1- rf ."
Mthttillo.-u dsavTorm, therefore, was equal in theme. "ItM b .t
organization .destoien profu value to about u19 r cent of the In addition to groups from- Bedro0m Ditang Roon T and $ 3.
aexican r rive M _saea ry toaol visible export trade, and re. Canada, the United States and Living Room Set.
oachmens y rp a mained by far the lagest dollar Australia, the congress Is expect- u- m h I .a. i t
Imeen STormeraer, e. ler." ad t fe attended by ma, Productaomde Madera, S. A. IaltlNAINAL
_Known as* th~e A clacon de nce .ml~lu to receive I the*S0~Ag00 Maronites of fB yina, e i atm e th",2?. "HefeII
.epS"A ...ri.xlao. .trc prca IPalestine i and other Eastern. ,,- n u- ..eoe JEWELRY
pose ts to encouraged capital to r cns rvitcesthe --.-- a 314g. aid 155 Central Avenue
oe nwh twil it- oh a ae: BDa t 7 lent ths Pyi tlnne rite, a form of 'or- WA..e q a
Mexio, prMevent foreiL capitalI was-dows fron prevlou 7ears. In 'p used by the Orthodox East-i ? ,BB -BBB. I I
%om movin.gnI 8t w.i Brthietu'. glare of Ame rican C e church. will be held during ___ __________________-____........____ __"I
l hn inustrge. I h eravel payments reached a new he congress. "
gOne h ihsa bankIiss peak of *h There I. Was Church officials have already oefhi ; 'I HICm are i'
torenVs 0 i. -rte -p ad o nfereased traffic toa itland. preparedd a special rayer for the === h sIsle wt h i !ie
y s) onlyabsout 96caeTourism in Europe increased b- w ongress and It wiU be recited In i C. hepoeplvs.ed n t h iB i- MIon h mayfinn1s.. ;raiukfheig tu t per cent to a figure exeeed- Rio De Janeiro and bY Romanl 9"hw a9 9l i g a MwC rdISmaHi [
on r he ,.astf year. tink 2w,000,000 visitors, the bult of catholics throughout the world. Most motorists consldw them.
Ga.i.d" ^. cmm ."f whom were tourists from neigh. $ recited with devotion for one selves low.bldlflg citizens when I
"Ofg the totl on of rf boa drin l countries. entire month, the prayer con- they slow down slghtlyotth stop asti. .
merAle-an. si.,,, .-". tfr I i
uz Gatwom no W eads firm i i Ih/nse
that manufacturs steel and wood- Ilk
en fuRnJiure. 5 | 9 ,o4 Ig J wi
a"Our f Is to let member- -b dep' dicaeer,
ship thfou b6cut exo," Longor- '^^ ^^^^ ^^^^ iiiil> it jupe tw sr

to ask our tSoerni t ert pproict 0NaV
LoMEng-ae Prese a fear shine..s--at c lesl
heavilta they wl-dplat Tdsacre,-s i m1
nt-s1p san hime ins p of "D-

ch en.i mfd of businesssby

nredits." h. INTERNATIONAL

done, gtment-of foreign inter-
efts wasbeomme so ,great that
within a abshort, time or goverg-
meat will have. to take radical
could Include expropri-3
tlo or imlarmeisures so that'
the bRof hn -It"'"r""-
odt to'an "'
"We wal.Aevelhav.!.7ree.
do dos ilea* Vlo "4715
lku% as & dgmhd hoomal.

Kiwi i.mde with s.perfP
wax and real Ianer' aAyu. TIat's why it g~v a deep, long-.
lastig in that protects and pmrvs yori boe.. Try a tg of
Kiwi today. Your abasdM wi lo*k far amaer and last far longer.




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N. 0. Po Boy Sandwich
Italian Meat Balls
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Giant Banana Split
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$ 37.50



C. McDermott
J. C. Marron

Donald R. Lee
Pidias Echeona M.

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Luis.Jos6 Varela
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if Universe Center wa. a two-
'. no a now is a 1i0
'OLUMBUS, 0. (UP)-Ohio Mrs. m sm a, and isonly'
ate University radio strong. inches from the ceiling. "We
ers say they have located the have to cut a hole in the roof,"
act center of our universe, or added.
ky Way system. I-".
he position, long sought by op. Is estimated to be accurate
al abtronbmers, has been hid. 1Ih 10Oth of one degas. Egree Z
iby clouds of interstellar dust. timates, the astronomers I
lo aaves from the hub around were not much loser tha. u
ch the sun and billions pf oth- e-timates, the astronomers s a
stars revolve, however, have .
n recorded by radio telescopes.
he Position say the Ohio State
onomers, is a galactic longi- r
e If 327 79 degrees and a lat -
e of 1.39 degrees, based on i
avacage of observations re-.
ly made with the telescope '
e and ,ne at the Naval g 1 T .
search Laboratory in Wash- l l13.,
t o tn, D. C.. -'
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weeks. You could probably malch moment That's how our friend
tnem in your DIocK. I m ushanTeu was injured.
.U admit my own carelessness is Thank goodness, she is recover.
one history. ':ng from severe and palafutl
I know as well as you do that bruises suffered when she was
pedicnes snoulu be kept out Ot a bumped by a sliding oar at
child's reach, and our medicines bloplight.
ire lodged on a hign shelf. How- Moral: Caution the al "to
ever, late one nignt recently I .vw.ait until every car i fly top
tended to our sicx uadgnter, gave ped before stepping dow fro m
her two baby aspirins and left the thie curb..
bottle on the dressing table. Next
morningg, the younger child found Cold weather calls for an invite.
the bottle before I saw it, empti- ing fire in the fireplace, but. it
eu out the tablets, and began play- con be potentially dangerous. A
ing with them. He ate some. How youngg couple moved Into a new
many, I non t know. Not enough home down the street. They proud
to hurt him seriously but enough ly unpacked all their, fu'rnsng,
riling th1e packing materials up ,oB
the floor. The day was chilly and
the big, open fireplace looked like
Sa perfect spot to burn up the ex-
a ceilor. It was for a few minutes.
Lut a ,park kicked bock, set the
pile of highly flammable material
ablaze. They escaped injury, but a
i ( volunteer fireman told me the
,house was 80 per cent lost in 10
Sr i | Moral: dispose of trash out-.

Another winter danger is a fall
on icy surfaces. An elderly friend
of ours exercises great care as
She walks down the sidewalk. But
she, like many pedestrians, has. a
bad habit of stepping off the curb
before the intersection is free of
cars. In icy weather, when a me-
tw,rist puts on his brakes, his carl
-- "is apt to go out of control for a

OR PUNPS stanley C.
Aly"n is the chairman of the
1955 American Red Cross cam-
paign. A resident Of Daylon,
Ohio, Allyn is a member of the
Red Cross board of Agvernors.

doors. If the weather 1i bad, store -
flammable trash outdoors ut4l it '
ecn be disposed of safely.
Homeowners usually schedule a
checkup of furnaces during warm
pether but heating plants c an
break down mid-winter, too. A
family in the next block was'
made il by fumes escaping from
the furnace through the hot air
ducts. When the man of the house
went down to investigate, he,
made some error and the resilt-
ing explosion knocked him across ALL w
Moral: If the furnace kicks up
call a professional. If you smell
fumes, open windows and tele.
phone the local utility company 1HES
and a professional repariman. HE DI

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A 9 lu. meeting of the Ma1ry
Bartltt Circle of Gamboa Union
Church will be held e Weds, r
day at Mrs. J. H. Fraser's homeei
IMrs. Jean Snodgrass will give the
Ves"pt Circle
Tne Vespaer Circle of Gamboa
Snion Church will hold a meet-
inL on Thiaraday, March 10th, at
M FA80 p.m. In the Church, when
Mrs. G. T. Bleakiey will be host-

s Panama Fdrgi of the American A NEW LOW IN NECKLINES appears in this late day dress (left
Public Relatops Association will, black crepe, fits without a wri ankle. Another late day dress (cent
"holding the monthly meeting main, is white orlon satin lavishly embroidered. Chanel uses puci
Sorrow at the El Panama Ho- daytime dre:w with typically eas yChanel lines. Black-and-whti
S"The 3at speaker wil be Col- The S1 nis in the three parts. will be discussed tonight by of-
on el Jay-Davis Command 1. "Formation of the Bible."I flers of Narclae Temple, IPO-
eat of' Latin America School at 2. "The Bible Spreads Across EW, at a meeting to be held in
For Gulick. Luropl e ithe office behind the Paclic
Service Center. The meeting wml
a Quarryv He as omsaa'Club 3 "The Making of the English begi at 730 p.m.
Th e retar meeting and lunch Bible.
eon of i e' Quar Heights Woeif- The public is Invited, but no ... ..
Ss Club will be held on Wednes-cild un der. the age of 10 will be f
day. March 9th, at 1bp.m t the admitted. lll Acts Fls T o Re tlev
Quarry Helti It Officers'an Can lb. ( -- 1 11 [l FastnTo Reai
For capnehatiqn, please notify Weetly Course Given
cue of theI flowing host esses a achlnists' Union
prior to no tn tomorrow: Mrs. Effective Monday, March |BR N H A
MA i. FRANClIS CHAPELLE as he addressed the Ft. Clayton rhiel s 824276, Mrs. Wqechman the Lubrication Course offered by)
Wives Club on "Birds of Panama," empnasilzng that Panama a b62ar, Mrs. BeElat 87-21., the Machinists' Union. Local 699,
also the ig 1d' crossroads of the world. Seen at his left hand will be taught In the K of C Hall C n |
is a smll carved bird used as part of the table decor. Whpn Vtashingtoel l et lIm Cl.b at Margarita every Monday night
asked to identify it, he studied It and tiren replied 'It's very The Washington Cotpjio Club at 6:30 p.m. Instead of every a- IIt you are sueng from a bran-
pretty but hardly very authentic. It's a stranger to me." mli hold areular Board Meeting ternate Monday as previously an-.I chial cough... try Buckley's Cana-.
(U.S. Army photo Pete Gasparello) M onday March 7th at the Marga- nounced. diol Mixture for fast, soothing
,r'ta Service Center at 7:30 p.m. relief. The very first spoonful of this
Major Chapelle's two years in either 2-1277 or 6-24 before 8, All Board Members ale urged Death Ben'eflt medication brings,
Panama have been busy ones, his p.m. Thursday. to attend this meeting. To Elect Delegate comfort. You feel it spread down
new hobby of f kin-Diving, occu-, Ticketp are available from any, The Death Benefit Association your throat-helping to break upI
ring most of hi s time. Now he is Canal zone policeman at pp r. Girl Scoit Trai g Coaurse will hold a general membership the thick, choking phlegm ..eav-
again devoting time to his most chase price of $1 each. It -as a. I Girl Scout Leaders' Basic Train- meeting at the Paraliso Service ing a protective film over raw, sore.
absorbing interest, ornithol gy. gain suggested that the purchase. Course in the Balboa Little House, Center tonight at 7:30. to nom- membranes. You notice right away
This is fortunate for Isthmlan res- her's name aid address be charly N,'rs. Stanley M. Hamilton con- inate aznd etect a delegate to thie h)ow much easier it is to breath
idents for not only is Maj. Chap- indicated on the ticket stub and ducting. executive board. and to swallow.
elle a fasclqting spesadr but l he returned by all persons unable tuol Tuesday and Thursday at 8:30 D. A., Lion, prealdent, and H. No wonder more than 50 million
is becoming one of the authorit- attend the ball, in order that the a.m. W. Dawkins, secretary, will re- suleh of Buckley's Canadgol lx-
ties on the i-ird life of the Isth- tall committee chairman can no. lIebekah Lodge rt on recent activities r ture have been sold. So donBt let
mus. He tol his audience: "Pa- t any absent wlm of the door The Isthmin Canal lbekah poi that cough get you own. Bu a.--- a
rana has more species of birds' przes. Lode No. 1 aibtioa CZ will meet Nale Temple botue o fat-acing, i expensive
than any area of similar size in at the Werts Memorial Balb 0 a To lan Dance
the world." His imitation of the Mr. and Mrs. Fidnque, oad on the 15th for their regu- Plans for an anniversary dance our ru oday
bird calls, especially 'those heard Off For aderas lar bhsinessa m Mrs. ,Ver a
:at nignit, delighted his listbuners. arly s morning i Bolek will serve r me3ts aft.-,
,, '. s" '_" m q gntig.. ',.,y ... .
> M t. m w : S n o m a r m' S ramaed aq u e a
ught min;- ., Abool.A SwTis.-E)ii ir
fqe. ester. I_. a,!.In 197. durosi nt i s--wrd
y.hile s4tloned In askas he de- igalpa, before returning to e ali Str Cirel
oted himself to skiing and moun. States. Mrs. Fidwnque is a sister The All Star Circle will hold a i PURER4
in elimbng Here, however, he rf Mr. Osmond Maduro. picnle and card party also ingo
able to resume his life long i-n- will be played at the county ome' -
* ajrest in irding, i o Mrs Molly Johnson, Arraijan. I1 RICHER
.A Sqe de [aGuardia and Bar homeIsloca lted % milsl1
MaJor Chapelle's resentat 1o0n FimiBy Return to Wahigton r o
was 'ur ted by Ne exhibition Re to res the Balboa Ferry or 1%
r ad be Emrth of the Panama lan miles from the cbeck pont going S FINER
of. M rs.E marnard's birds embassy in Washington and Mrs. ,u the Interior.
ater-core ictes of the l n que de la Guardia and their Please brin our cards or a
ut Panma. M rs. arnard well aughter have returned to Wash white elephant you whtopla

feher ab V^cataeose iMrs .i.g ai n Call reservation In to Mrs. E-
Tne h"Itse s USMrs. IH. .iends and foiHly 4u Panama dith Eppley 4537. -
.. R ,, o, ,. .. CLOVERBLOOM
.. R. Rob on arrie out t agl P td. Refreshments will be serv-
table decorations in keeping with aUnion Cldbs w igted. Refrehment will be serv-* R D,,
the them. The door prize waq Mr. and Mrs. Brandon Eisen- ed. P---C-- NW ,AA1
v,6n by MrN. Theo. Boland. mann invited a'group of 20 of Atl.n"le Camera
The pro rm *s planned by their son's friends to a spaghetti The Atlantic Camera Club will
Mrs. J Seymour and Mrs. luncheon Saturday at the Union meet Mond d ght a 7:30 p.m.
.ofn R. Ileoley officiated as Pres- (lub swimming pool. The i A in Pot
dent of too Ft. Clayton Officers' ,was in celebration "of the '""itColor Photgapy wi AIA"
Wies Cu birthday of their son, Me. by Neil A Norm Bellard. PANAMA MAHOGANY
tvtisests inianllel adrisight. All slides not aotae tsa Aking honors
Among the recent visitors in El Return From Cuban Jaunt thcb com- last '.ek A
Vale were the French Ambassa- I Mr and Mrs. Adolfo Aries Jr. will he ucri ticie by lste ek (RATTAN STYLE)
eor to Panama and Mrs. Lionel have returned from Havana, Cu- A club slide show tfrom L ST YL
v'asse and the Minister to U r W bha, where they webt on a special ei.Watrlou Camera club "t"
Sgusy and Mrs. FexF Poller.0nra. slonst the inauguration of the eehe-r, Ontarlo Canada l be
This weekeed Mr. ad dMrs-. 'resident of Cuba. sheheown t all be
Jack McGrath were house guests shown.
of the Barald Sanders while Mr. Base Training For Guests are welcome.
and Mrs. Irtring N. Bennett were Girl Scout Leaders Bible Film To Be-iews At
hosts to Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Mrs. Lindsley H. Noble, Train. U, n i o C.reh
ine and their child n. ing Director for the Cam a A film. aetled h Bible" will
**roM Girl Scout Council, cordially b be shown at the Cr iatlobal Un 2 i
ToHear Tflk mve.all hea are Church, tomorrow night at 7:30. ,
TOu ? rto. attend this weo "sesls os a. .
The Zone College Club the Basic Trainig Course 1for
will meet March 7, M55 Girl Scout Leaders to be held at hi t L I
at 4:OP b JW&USO. -thle Balboa ttlemaue TuesodayS
The agg r- presiuted Thursday from. 1:30 unt11l
G roup, r D. ,o
vtl tra~elj~i rvanted by r Caiica
in the_ W M. bHamiltmon. a asbW T. M.-..-m.a. t..a.

ate b6i talk wit slides
birds, some of which
Shade of drawings
Shas dons herself.
C. Stockham will be
is lo the tea and the
ladies will assist hebar:
A. Jews. eMarx, Ban-
a, Trefa -, Wlliams,
uM N1umnt1n, Foulet,
er, Andrews, Chaise,
IB Yeder. Miss 'H a y.

6rsa in the Gir SeMut Programi |I FpgVWn iI
o the Isthmus.
." .0,-" WASHMINTON, M srh (UP)
Le. .*.* To-Rep. Robert L F. F. kes (D-
'- .c iIw ns. todl ym) .V-, cauuot ,m -
Mr. ad Mrs. e&mAi Levy'i"n -a'itoti" """ty
S" .."ies spea, the l ach n to cu mmIower
% -eeks wth their daughter and BM,"at ...Of -a nAmy
NSlktl chrma of an Army
seaus, departed W Appro iatosoa blacommtte,
GHsS^ -^ sa ft "ttw toa no similar r iue-
ld to .turmtote aho ito ,ofC ommni... t army
".rent r N.-Y. 03this v ..strength y,.rt.iOtnehWisrld.'
lu. LWYW asJneye Afto he did Mev date tilnh
three sisters; Mr. A. E. Meyer di. -efinitelyw e sd tbq CUt
0i Aleiandfla. La.; Ms. Daid, "s l d" ""--i
eye of the same ft and Mrs. fr a ns iver t at
Jaffl M ie fMr frt- should" be "vy certainorur
a' 4e thenr 6 is Laurow *21 heford eiau the
nm movwe
ohi oewawe was ti Pr' ded t lmenhower o eall-
of t LOu 6to tL *, mied for trnmmnl the amnd oft-o
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ter this time from Pierre Bal-
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te checks make the trim.

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... .Coleglo San Vicente, one of fnamkas iate scpo
announces registration days for the comM term ro
S March 8th through 12th. The school, located on K SRee,
has both primary and secondary darts (first Uyw
only) and is staffed by the Maryko1 internn under the
auspices of the American Vincentlan Pathea St; Mhry'b
Mialon. New' applicants are advised to p *e PO WM3 I
documents on the day of matriculation.A mrte r-
gistration day will be held in mid-August dt kinder-
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NCAA Tourney Field
31W YORK, March 7-(UP)-
SSeven newly crowned confer-
edte champions all but complet-
ed the huge 24-team field for
te N.C.A.A. Basketball Tourna-
meat which starts tomorrow,
W~lle St. Louis became the 12th
d last team to enter the Na-
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puke, West Vralnia, Kentucky,
a. Oregon fSate, and West
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room table and chairs; also
stands, sofa and couch; buffet,
dressers, porch screens; one 1949
Lincoln Cosmopolitan Converti-
ble; I Jova 2-cyl. motorbike; al-
so other assorted household goods
and tools; washing machine; 2
extra 25-cycle 4-hmp. motors;
air compressor '4-hp. 25-cycle.
House 121-A Gamboo. Phone
FOR SALE: Philippine Rottan
sofa and two chairs. Phone Bal-
boa 2444.
FOR SALE:--Modern mahogany
living room, dining room & bed-
room sets. Norge refrigerator like
new. 8aby stroller. Campo Ale-
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WANTED:-Off ice desk, drawers
on right and left. Phone 3-0599

FOR SALE:-Real bargains. 1953
Jaguar Sport Coupe XK 120, low
mileage, like new. "MG" Sport
TD Roadster. 1952 Chevrolet Se-
dan. radio, heater, powerglllde
$1175. 1952 Plymouth Sedan,
radio, heater, $1150. Call Mr.
Roski, Colon 74 week days, 2-5
p.m. .
FOR SALE: Beautifuj 1952
Cadillac, perfect condition, white
tires, radio, etc. $2,400. Albrook
Field. Phone 6143.
BAR GAIN:-Kaiser '49 in very
good mechanical condition for
only $375. Easy payments. For
information see Sotillo and Sit-
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in front. of the National Pakice.
FOR SALE: 1948 Oldsmobile
Coupe, hydramatic and radio.
Call Balboa 2923.
WE HAVE a Hudson Horhet car
in excellent running condition,
leather upholstery & radio. Want
to change it for a smaller one,
preferably Morris or Hillmrrn. For
better information see Sotillo and
Sitton at Central Ave. 2-41, in
front of the National Polace.

Evangelist Billy Graham

Preaches To Ike, Mamie
WASHINGTON, March 7 (UP) up to the neck, in each case re-
- President and Mrs. Eisenhow- ceiving the same answer.
er listened to a sermon on "faith Finally the Presbyterian said:
for our times" yesterday by "I knew it was the water on top
world-famous evangelist Billy of the head that counts." ,
Graham, guest preacher at the The President smiled slighUy
Eisenhower's home church, at these and one or two other
The youthful-looking preacher stories of Graham.
addressed two congregations of Graham tooc his text from
abott 1,100 each at the National Acts 27:35 "Wherefore, sirs, be
Presbyterian Church at 9 a.m. of good cheer, for I believe God
and 11 a.m. that it shall be even as he told
Church members and visitors me." These were words of the
were standing in line outside Apostle Paul during a severe
at 7:30 for the first service, de- storm at sea.
spite a heavy rain which con- Graham declared that people
tinued all VOM F to lace fierce storms In' In-
By 0:5 policemendesperately tenUnonal tensions; in juvenile
were trying to keep people and delinquency and other national
traffic moving while the first problems; and in the discourage-
congregation left and the second mets and bewilderment of
entered. The church is located on their own inmost sols. But. he
fashionable Connecticut Avenue. said if one has the falth of Paul
one can ride out the storm.
Graham had invited all high ",he problem we are Wrest-
government officials of the ing with today is not thare stH-
Protestant faith to the services. ng with today s not the 1-
Many members of Congress Bomb or communism, but ha-
came early. Among the dignita- man nature," he said.
rcame early the srvie attended Faith, he declared, means self-
ries at the service attended by renunciation, .B i b 1 e-reading
the President were Interior Se- prayernhurci a attendance, gen-
cretary Douglas McKay and Ar- prayer, church attendance, gen-
my Secretary Robert T. Stevens erous givat thing and living one's re-
The Presidet and his wif, llonat home and outside.
The Predent and his if At the close of the service the
accomp niedby Mrs. KEsenhow- two ministers stepped down from
her's sister, Mrs. Gordon Moore the pulpit, shook hands with the
of Washington, arrived about 10 White House fainly and escorted
minutes before the second serv- them from the church.
ice began.
The chief executive sat with Fo0lb dl lllFl
bowed head as his pastor, Dr. o
Edward L. R. Edson, asked in
prayer for "special aid and Vr W h 0
grace to the President and all Ov r W Ih 20 On;

associated with the govern-
ment of this land."
Elison introduced Graham as
"Protestantism's f o r e m o a t
evangelist." A man wi4h a lively
sense' of humor, he mentioned
that Graham was born a Presby-
terian but is now a Baptist
Presbyterians are baptized by
the laying of the minister's hand
on the head. while Baptists are
wholly immersed in the baptism-
al font.
Elson observed Graham has
dissociated himself with "the
dry-cleaning process" of the
Presbyterian denomination and
allied himself with "those who at
least are all wet once."
Graham then told a story a-
bot ttwo ministers, a Baptist and
a Ptesbyteran. The Presbyterian
asked the Bapthst baptptism. in
water up to the knees would be
sufficient for a man to be saved.
The Baptist- replied that com-
plete Ainmeron is necessary.
The Presbyterian Inquired a-
bput water up to the waist and

Margarita Matron

Feoud Dead At Home
Mrs. Isabel Reed of Margarita,
was found dead at home by her
husband yesterday afternoon,
apart, U La heart attack.
~. ,w*ibo was 52-years
old had been suffering from
heart diaee.
A resuacitator from Margarita
Wim Station and crwas from to the
i bale t.t- In Mar-

No One Drowned
HOUMA, La., March 7 (UP) -
Authorities are certain today that
bo one drowned when a footbridge
ot oil-barrel pontoons flipped over
and dumped 20 frightened m e n,
women, and children, man of
them screaming, into a 10-foot
deep bayou.
'Today a new bridge formed by
a borrowed barge was moved into
place to provide suburban Dalgle-
lle a 70-foot walkway to Houmna
instead of a 16-mile journey a-
round the edge of Bayou Terre-
Sheriff Adel Prejean, who at
first feared a dozen deaths in the


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wore. No z. -1 v centrall v. Av
.....- Faure May Risk
Bridegroom-To-Be Life 01 Government

Changes His Mind On Economic Plans
WASHINGTON, March 7 (UP) PARIS, March 7 (UP) Pre-
--A con g r e s s m a n who pulls mier Edgar Faure may stake the
strings to keep his constituents life of his government this week
happy sometimes pulls a bucket to get assembly approval for
of cold water down on his ao n special power's to fight a taxpay-
head. era kw that has grown to
Rep. Clair Engle (D-Ca fl- danger proportion. W
lustrated the point today a
news-leiter to his ceAstit.a
"A proq ective mother.- w here he worked
wrote me sa y n g the- avy the weekend on the urgent prob-
wouldn't let a young man his lems now facing France. These
ship, anchored in San Diego bar. problems include getting the
bor to marry her daughter Paris accords finally approved
t appeared the prospective by the French Parliament, the
bride an prospective mother- future of the Saar and the ape-
law were waiting at the wharf clal economic powers he wants
for him to land and compete the the assembly to continue until
nuptiaL t the end of next month.
"I promptly contacted the cap- Informed sources sal Faure
tan of the ship to find out why would ask for a vote or confi-
he was so vilely blighting ro- dense this week oh the economic
n"It wasn't long until I h d a Dowers. He believes it Is urgent
replI t w wasn't long until Ing he to reform France's fiscal system
reply fromt he capta sayi g he in the face of open threats from
d that the sailor had not as small businessmen led by profes-
for leave. a sional tax-dodger Pierre Pouade
"Shortly thereafter I had a note who have hamstrung tax collect-
fro thbe sadorhimself asking me ing throughout the country.
why 1 didn't mind top own usi.- Faure is studying plans for
n drastic simplification 'of tax-
collecting methods. Urider one
plan, merchants would pay tax-
S' Traffi / e onl once a year,' nteAd of
i several times as at present, and'
the scores of separate tax meas-
I ures would be boiled down to a
L sIs e Sew simple ones.

NhiFour US Cties Eleanor Roosevell
NEW YORK, March 7 (UP) or rael
Michigan, Virginia, New Jersey
and Washington, D.C., have in- ,
stalled "king-ais" traffic signal NEW YORK, March 7 -(UP)--
Ughts on rural and suburban Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt is sched-
hlwas Sto test. their ability to uled tq leave by airplane today
C ts. for a 24-day trip to Europe and
Israel to inspect welfare jmd re
Crouse-Hlnds Co. of Syracuse settlement activities financed by
which developed the ligh sai d the United Jewish Apeal.
state hlgway oWle had corn- The former First Lady is hon.
pained that the smaller traffic orary chairman of the non-secta-
Ught was too small to give the nran Cmmunity CommitteM to r
warning necessary In ths day of the United Jewish Appeal of
faster cars and modern roads. Greater New York.
The ainla l have a lenas 12 T addition to T.rael her tHin.

misnap Saturday nignt, said a fl- jh&l`'N--' G7-j--1j.-jjw- 44
Sat e i Inches diameter compared
nal check showed all the persoaswith the standard eight-nch
on the 'bridge when it tipped over 'lns used in meet e -ts.
are now accounted for and the
three injured have been released
from a hospital.
The only permanent harm be- TICE +*
side damage to clothing, he said, LEGAL NOTICE
was loss of numerous wallets and
purses dropped into the water in tm TA -.r *- O SEf MICA
e frantic eftrts' of the victims vIra aAN n C
to save themselves and others. UNITED icot
Mrs. R. J. Pitre of Houma, who FOXTeE
was on the bridge with her hus- S A
band and sister-in-law when it RICHARD L. tt ,
Upped over. said she lost her ATY d dmt
arse containing her husband's PATSY KOPP, M .
10 weeklp pay. Others reported case xNa I
loss of Saturday purchases they civil Dedbt UN
had made i Houma and were ACTION FOR DIvroRc.
carrying to their suburban homes. T'o the abowe d a&d *
Since the main bridge was dam- You ae hereby requited to pr ma
aged by a tugboat motorists had anwer -6 mpmatnt d int to sbowe-
been parking their cas at th ae nettled at onw
oge of the bayou and walking in cie f youf tsilue to s oa
over the rie bridge to visx and a ww. Julams will be
it downtown aBonm. *ma e jeIn lt ~--5-
Mrs. Pttre was eseued by he- "e in 1. F.
rok efforts ,of vohuteer divers Crowe.t
who freedi her tot from entang. Co0!=u M60'%M Ad
Uag paswhie her- husband T. m2.
used U -hims" atregtih to (SzAM
ss water, wit. 3,tS Ate M h h

ared., eu

-Cbad been

rary wil include Erance Geat
Britain and Italy. She win to ..
comp ted by Miss M) aliren
Corr, Ier secretary-comIpan io n.
The were due to return to New
York March 31.

FrO B = Dc ICT OF,
3A,55 G. sTIL. DefaniL


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US War Exercises

Provoke Reports

QI Air-Sea Battle

MANILA, March T -(UP)
National Defase officials iadieatl
ed today tha 'reports of an air-
se ttle off the northern Luon
coast developed from war exer.
cises intended to test "battle re-
flexes' of United States Naval
Press reports of the "bombing"
of three ships y three bla ck
planes off the Currimao coast
spurred National Defense Secre.
tary Sotero Cabahug to place the
tire Armeo Fores of th Phi-
pin alert Saturday
But today Cabahug said the
battle" Currimao residents re-
norted might have been part of
war exercises undertaken by U-
nited States forces in the area.
Cabahug said Secretary of State
JoAn Forter Dulles told him when
Dulles stopped over in Manila en
route to the SEATO talks in Bang-
kok that Task Force. 77 would
hold exercises about this time in
the'China Sea.
Cabahug said Dulles told him
the maneuvers might extend as
far as the Philippines.
No official explanation of the
reported air-sea battle was given
1y U.S. Naval and Air Force 'au-
thorities stationed here. They said
their investigators were s t i

Solon says Ma"sow

Beg Used rBy Reds

For Anl-US Blirbs
WASHINGTON, March 7 (I')
Chairman James 0.-atland
(D-Miss.) lad today the. Senate
Internal Security Subcommittee
hopes to show that turnabout
witness Harvey Matusow is being
used for world wide anlt-Amer-
lean propaganda. ,
"We hope to show he's being
used to promote the interests
of certain far leftwing groups
over the world," astland told
newsmen. They are using him
fo propaganda purposes agaast
the United State."I
' Eastland'a comment ca'te as
the subcommittee summoned
New York playwright Herb Tank
and Albert Kahn, one of the
publishers of Matusow's torth-
coming book for publle squeqijo-
ing 'today about Matusow's ac-
Matusow bimsell, who testUfed
last week that he lied in tesu-
mony linking 4 n with
the Commupit Party, waL teom-
pararily excue~t to t a date
with a federal W arU r l i



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Scientists Warn Atomic Tests

May Cause DamageToHumans
"~ ~ g mans .* ,i ,

NEW YORK, March 7 iUP) -
The Federation of American
Scienists warned yesterday un-
limited test explosions of atomic
and hydrogen weapons may
cause long-term damage to the
human 'race.
The federation appealed to the
United Nations to act quickly to
keep the nuclear weapons rade
from turning into a radiation as-
sault on all humanity.
...We may be approaching a
point where we cannot be sure
that we will not make all the
world a laboratory and all living
things the experimental objects,"
it said.
The federation said the earth's
212 billion inhabitants and a1
future generations may be ei-
dangered by radiation from the
continuing: unrestricted test ex-
plosion of atomic and hydrogen
device in tests conducted by
nuclear powers.
The qrgaeplzation, representig
2,000 scientists atOd engineers,
urged the U.N. to launch a pro-
gram that might lead to con-
rols on nuclear tests similar to
the regulation of hunting and
fishing seasons even including
the issuance of licenses.
The federation asked the U.N.
1-Determine how much radia-
tion is added to the atmosphere
by major atomic and hydrogen
2-Determine how much ra-
diation the atmosphere can ab-
sorb from hydrogen and atomic
explosions before long-term In-
jury to the human race is
3-Establish controls necessary
to safeguard the human race.
These might include a global
monitoring service, setting of
explosion quotas and even estab-
lishment of "open seasons" for
explosions, at times of the year
when the weather is most favor-
"We cannot forge another ef-
fort to do something about the
mounting threat to all mankind
posed by unrestrained con-
tinuance of the nuclear arms
race," the federation said.
The federation took I a s u e
with assurances by the Atomic

I +" ^ +- ,
Energy Commisso6r that nuclear
tests post no genetic dangers. It
said some scientists bWeve ra-
diation can affect hunriu so
they may pass on undesirable
characteristics to future,genera-
At a news c&nferende calwl to
explain the program, WillianfiA.
Higinbotham, head of the elec-
tropics 'division at, the Brook-
haven National Laboratory, UR-
ton N.Y., said there now is
the\ atmosphere "measurably"
more radioactivity than theo
was before man started explId -
ing atomic bombs. He did ot
specify the quantity meant by
"measurably." m t
In a prepared statement, "r.
M. Stanley ivingston, Massar
chusetts Institute of Technology
physics professor and federation
chairman, said bomb tests pow
have such scope, they have en,-
dangered the ,vAnd bealith
people In other c, ni.t e. 6& L
He recalled the ecqnt At
statement that an area of 0
square miles was contaminat%
by the hydrogen bomb teastis
the Pacific last year. The reauE
Ing injuries to Japanese.citlzerw
he said caused the. United 8ate.
a significant propaganda detr
back and set off widespread 4.1
mands for an H-bomb ban.
"We must either persuade 4he
Russians to Join us in banning
further tests, or hold our teets. in
another area, or peuadae the
Asian nations that tests can be
made in a manner so they are
not a threat to their peoples," he
said. y
"Another aspect of the prob-
lem is the possibIlity of long-
term dhmage'to the human
through a general, world-wide
increase of the contamination of
the atmosphere. -
"...It should be clear that fu-
ture accelerated H-bomb test
programs, by several tatomi
powers, will ultimately reach"a
level which can develop into a
serious: threat 'to the genetle
safety of all people of the world...
It is clear that ,this has now be-
come a problem with interna-
tional implications, and should
no longer be determined unilat-
erally by one country."
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(Continued from Pace s
It's So Warn And Wonderful A ,t two ew birds "The Kean is-.
.,. e s terms Those girls have finally r-
C From the Financial Pages of
Hatch 2:Volume on the Amer.-
Scan Stock Exchange was 1,400,000
shares, with Webb & Knapp far in
the lead with turnover of 336,000
hta ages. The stock rose %. The ex- -
citement was due to the comp any's
new deaL with New York Central TUE REG O RD SHOPG: The De-
a', ^ Ifto administer and develop the ral juoni 81irms b agre setting a new .i
Seoad's properties in th Forty, tyyale with their quaint way of I a e.
I ii ^ ~second Street terminal are y turning one syllable words like
ioteor T he una "m ore"',Into two. T ha t word I
Shte more," for instance, comes ou
"maw-er," as n their Epic hit,
Tony Charmoll, the talented. "No More." Others aire copying
choreographer for "Ankles the custont, so one syllable words
Aweigh," started as a dancer in may be on their way out.
w "Make Mine Manhattan." He re- Li-fe e-ets maw-er complicated
Scted an instructorship tn Eng. ery da-ay.
lish (at a St. Paul College) to in. -
e g r their er out are comeJoan rau i uoert, '1onY vade show bi a ... Jazzman Terry Capitol records may have fallen Bill Hav Line Renaud ,
-1kr tisl4 ?Iore lspoe oee gill prouctio E s numbers Gibbs and his wife Donna have heir to a coming star in an unu- OL' ROCKIN( CHAIR'S GOT
dh neeol me rn Sow joined thespiterati ... Jack Ben- s u a 1 way. The company w a s ravis, owes ehisd latest racket to of Pittsfid, Mas, enoys solid
Pa awhRcalstas~ Glors a Delhiveri andcorin nypieded $50,000 to phllanthro- cought recently bp a European an older rackh tenui!aekietc
ot Nine newgsensy are featured In the Albert Cohen pro- ies. i should a be uch outifit, EM oAmong EMI's stars Hl e plays tennis occasionally in chir"sm l ight_
dUet on. ,So This d Paris" opens next Thursday 10 at the Lux tightwads) The DA's offc is on the old continent was a rench California with Dinah Shore and
Theatre. Adv. probing the tip that some ,en- ringer, Line Renaud. one day he pulled a record out of
armed were paid plenty to for- A month or so back, Miss Ren- his golf bag (or whatever people
et about" the wire-tap setup... und was brought over here by arry tennis rackets in, and said
low did Joyce Quinlan get that Bob Hope, and wangled an en- it was made by a friend.
S In ,lit lp??? ... Memo from the gpgement at the Emrire Room of Dinah played it, liked it and
Editor: "The pronunciation of the WaldrfAstoria. Record scouts sad, "Who's your friend?" It was
~ i hrushchev is 'Krewshof' .p. saw her and decided she had it. Tony himself of course, and be.
.The N.Y. Times recently said It is Capitaol sat back; thron h fore you con idsay on Budge he p0T O ld RI
S* "Krus-che" ... Overheard in their new o wnelthey alreY was a guest on Dinas show. Then
MO Ao* eaveV." He w RaWallter Street: "I wonder where had her safely alreh n the dot. RCA heard him, and now he's a.ySA. --
I MOV b,. a D h be gets all his stock market in- ted hie. coining star. By OSWALD _COY
f ...oration?" "Hmph, I wonder -- Tennis, anyone? o Written for AL Service
i F e g.,ek va s Joh ss i where the guys who keep denying Virtually. every record company any. W it e nor"a r e
S--- -- t get theirs" h as made a version of "The Ballad DICK'S PICKS: The Mariners N Tr e T ) 19
,- of Davy Crockett." It will almost have a great one in "I Didn't
JOLLYWOOD (-NEA)-Holly- Smitb" motion uieture to film this Those MCA execs still missing certainly be one of 19 55's biggest Come to Bay Hello" (Columbia)l 9X0102
Odon TV: Live television? Jo um.mer; "I don't want to film a in a rented plane (flying from bits .and many people feel It's the and Nelson Riddle's new apitb 4
St oa 's, had- it. glorified. p ad d e d half-hour epi. Reno to Vegas) went there to dis- n -of song that will become a record, ."The Pendulum, Song is 6 A J
S gorgeous-voiced ,Jo may look iode." cuss booking some acts. No more standard. The artist who stands to a terrific novelty. Other: "Sweet adI
'l'H a carefree happ~s girl sing.- THERE'S AN EARLY sign, along long-distance phones? ... Is Ed profit most from this is Bill Brown-Eyed Bab (Ace+ Broth Sf .
slag ger sons but h ern s arel with the spring buds, that TV's Murrow planting a trip to Rus- ayes ..cis, CA); "Huk-Huk"'((iola Dee, ,484 4.9765
crossed, hopingher CB show will mmer replacement shows wil ria? ... Tommy Mara's MG Bill's record of the s6ng on the Mercury); "Seven Long Years A376e
jo to fil m before iny nerves gl bc no better than last year's. disc of "Pledging My Love" s Cadence label, is so far the lead- (Norma Ellis, MGM); "Apple On 4A 7-6 8
tieueh."i.. s tiGeorge Gobel's hot weather sub- ,hckin.. The money goes to Ohio's Ing seller. It was ifst. It may not a Pear Tree" (Polly Bergen, Ju- 4*8.2 4 10 73
e netted somethg.ute, example, wllbe Mu- oys.T'own... g a ,ept.E b-best but it's close. And it may biee.) "D-E-V-1.L" (Mike Pedicin O T
every liveTVperformercan ex- alChairs." rooks Atkinson in the Times: bring rll, at long last. the record ette,0 RCA) "Crazy 0 tto 4 None
-hs left her a jitery Jo.u IBe can hardly wait-to get out of "The principal award of our. Xeos fame he deserves. Ea (Hugo and Luigi, Mercury). A Q tog
bike When thvre was a picnic the house. ophobic circle" (He.means they vo Broadway musicals for your K{Q1098
Ssenq complete' with a 'summer N ate furriners) .. G. MillateinV living room-"House of Flowers,' 6 Q94
shower. The ovbrheaO sprinklers Now it's ar, underwater telftili writes about Sunday being the big-n A 'i .Pearl Bajley (Columbia) and Morthesouth vuL.
got earels q,-pn.d Jo sd tosunl a s.ers-"C, pta -at ._o," goot;day .oontMott ... i" .edFancy'O.n Capitol..The) :*era E-,at sm u We. '
Somalntic U n ig abig ptd. ome y~ig.ter is bound to wwn) ... Wott time? M. e, r o r has some nice Harold Ar- 16 Pass 2 Pass
t. 416e C water on a bench. frighten manma with: Night?.. .If M'ona F r" man t w es NNE EE EkNI (C -s es,but lyricallyisn't greast.o 4 Pan w h Pa
fo' And 'there' wa ft e prop man "Quick, Ma, a bucket. There's a her new date, BobM ooe, her die): One reason why the big ap- .PI4 and Fancy" has no big Pass Pass
V 'rp lag leaves in front of t he loak in our screen." name'll be Mona Moonse ~ Fples are at the top of the basket names, but tne music is delightful. Opetinag lead-# J
Seatera lens when she was singing Georgia Gibbs' "Dance withMe* s because a lot of little apples are Two orthestral recordings worthy
t- *Autgul Leaves." He was a big It's no mystery to Jimmy Duna Henry" is rhythm blues as swingy keeping them up there. of classic note: Reiner and thee
S#Sllow built lIwe a prm.fighter. why New York excels in the big as Marilyn mina hurry. Chicago Symphonp team up withH
t 6'Hge silly to leavess live TV dramatic shows.... He's aPi- | the Santer.Fminegan Orchestra on flow would you play today's
Into the iar I almost got the gig. eared on many of them and ex. How Bill came to make the re Liebermann's interesting "Con. hand if your opponents behaved.
Ssand ned the song," says plains their superiority over therD rd is anotherstory--and you certo for Jazz Band anSympho themselves like normal human be
', .' Hollywood product with:' i The Ballad of Archle y Orchestra" on RCA. From An. wings? The enhances are that you'd
BSt -,Lt Me Go Lover" was "They've b een at it longer L..e. Bloyet". te. p gel comes Cluytens and the Or- l.iay it with great lack of success.
faster --"- They're all TVtraihed odw n g n Hayes Is the good-looking, pleas- chestre National de la Radlodif. East wins te first trick with the
A actor tripped and the buttons And writers understand the med- ,ant-o ed singer who starred so fus Natio n Franalse with a Radlo difvely re ace of diamonds and returnsick with the
t h soat"i2ght in Jo' lace ium better* than Hollywood moviewee a ,,our a s w s" ,Tha h's cording of Bizet's Symphony in C suit. You win with the king of
orskirt a' he fell at her feet. writers." Jimmy alo sounds ha orgia an 'Touir Show of Shoiws. sThen he e nd Patrie Overture. diamonds and. lead the ace of
-Dow went Jo'tskirt. In came the warning for film stars leaping into e f or a whi in msl al om- trumps. You look suspiciously at
-aera for an Iemergency close. ve emoting AOAcey, plan g the leaad A nthe Rodw the fall of the five of trunips from
easier ar an r Y CHATTANOOGA, Tenn., March gers and mmersonl show, ,Me the East hn but you and reas
o her face "You have to be stage-trained () The FBI said today lethe East hand but you can't real
;.o T wa I ...." shuderw dm o a Bl sho D Ageo escaped convicts charged AU lthe while, he made records. Ip be sure that this card s a
Jo' "There I' was clutching at my) HEAR T NOW: Brian Donlevys with the $6,300 robbery of a Not much haipeved to them. singleton.
s t a sd'-ingin "Let mIe-go, let planning a "Dangerous Assign- ,rnerr
S g ,eCt'' feature movie. ... L ucule Mnsfield, Ga. bank first were All the while, too, he'd do his The average expert would hesi
gt L to film is what Jo Bal liand Dic Arnaz play their arrested as ua b in the kid- own personal record shopping at tate for a tew seconds and then
says he really me first eight club at the Sands Ho. tel napping of an Alabama highway Archie's store o n Long Island. ledd a trump to dummy's king.
n as when they winup patrolman. Player's record company, Cadence, he purpose of the hesitation is
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ftm 4"o B cue batt=ch-b ch ru o a a e to that .o m It w that you thaout
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"0ovi "movisto,' edy lines of "I Love Lucy." Bartlett dad Armstrong wereca aP Eit,!is I n 9 on BEUs dend hope. South won with the king of
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Giants' Star Repeats

Feats Of '54 Campaign
NEW YORK, March 17 (UP)-It's the spring
of 1954 all over again for the New York Giants to-
day with wondrous Willie Mays up to his old spec-
tacular tricks.
Mays, Who began his great 1954 Intra-squad games also pro-
campaign with a home run in duced fine performances by vet-
his first at bat in spring train- erans Ted Kluszewski and War-
ing, made two brilliant catches ren Spahn but fiery, young Don
and blasted a homer and a dou- Hoak stole the show in the
ble to: thrill a crowd of 6,00 In Brooklyn Dodgers' Vero Beach
yesterday's intra-squad game. Fla., camp. ,
sparked by Mays, thle Giants' Spahn twirled three perfect
regulars scored an easy 9-3 vic- innings as two Milwaukee Brave
storyy o6vera team of rookies. squads played a 4-4 tie marked
SWillie hit a 400-foot homer off by homers by Bill Bruton, Ed
SBal Maie t his first appear- Mathews and Hank Aaron while
ance atthe plate and walloped a Kluszewski stroked a double and
double in his second trip. In ad- a single in his two appearances
edition, he turned a sinking liner at the plate during the Cincin-
into a double play with a fine nati Redlegs' camp game.
catch and throw inrthe first in-
ning and ma0e an acrobatic Hoak, who hit .245 in 88
catch of Eric Rddin's 430-foot games last season ,hit a triple
drive in the last frame of the and a single despite a painful
'ix and a half inning game. the injury and delighted man-
Manager Leo Durocher also ager Walt Alston with his hus-
was pleased when 21-game tie. Hoak hopes to win the reg-
winner Johnny Antonelil faced ular third base job and force
only six batters in his two-'n- Jackie Robinson to find a reg-
ning spring debut. Maglie, who ular post in the outfield.
also yielded a homer to Whitey Manager Casey Stengel an-
i Lockman, said he was pleased nounced that Negro rookie El-
. with his control after his two- ston Howard had been removed
'Inning stint and reported "no from the New York Yankees'
aches in my back." first-base sweepstakes but would
Two of the year's most stub- play in the outfield during
born holdouts came to terms, grapefruit league games. How-
meanwhile, when pitcher Early ard hit .33p for Toronto in the
Wynn signed a compromised International League last year.
$38,000-plus-bonus pact with the News from other camps: First-
Cleveland Indians and first- base candidate Gus Triandos im-
baseman Mickey Vernon agreed pressed with long-range power
to a $26,600 contract with the in the Baltimore Orioles' batting
AWashington Senators. There had drill ... Bill Werle, Art Fowler
teen reports both would be trad- and Corky Valentine were named
ed cause of their adamant to pitch in the Cincinnati Red-
'tads. legs' exhibition opener ... Third
Wynn, a 23-game winner last baseman Willie Jones of the
person, revealed that he will re- Philadelphia Phillies reported
.ceive an extra $2,000 if the In- complete recovery from a winter
dians' home attendance goes foot operation.
over a million. Vernon. who led
thei American Leagse with a .337 Returning serviceman Dick
mark in 1953 but dropped to .290 Prodowski tabbed by manager
,last season, finally accepted a Nike Hiegins as a potential big
'$1,000 reduction. Manager Char-'winner for the Boston Red Sox
ley Dressen promptly indicated ... Jim Finigan starred with
that V.erfidn Hfld' alternate at three straight hits in the Kansas
-first"aBe wit oy aiejers, this City Athletics' first intra-squad
. ear.#,<- ,: game.'

JIoe Brcwn Punches Out Easy

De vision Over Bobby Rosado

Joltin' Joe Brown of New Or-
leans made it four straight in
Panama when he easily out-
otd Bobb Rosado of Puerto
S ast ght In the featured
eaBtounder at the Colon Arena
bet a large crowd.
Brown, 137, kept clear of his
much heavier opponent Rosado,
.146%., during the first four
rounds while he circled, darted
In and out and felt dut his op-
pouent. From the fifth round on,
however, Joltin' Joe's Superiority
Swas manifest.
In the sixth round, Brown
caught Rosado flush on the chin

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with a hard right that staggered
him and apparently had the
Puerto Rican out on his feet
reown did not press his advan-
tage and Rosado recovered suf-
ficiently to weather the storm
for the rest of the round.
On several occasions after
that, Brown got Rosado in trou-
ble but could not hit him solid-
ly enough to drop him. Rosado,
dead game, fought back cour-
ageously throughout d e s p ite
bleeding from the nose and
mouth from the sixth round on.
Rosado's best blows was a sol-
id left jab which jarred Brown
The officials voted unanimous-
ly for Brown; Referee Colon Al
Brown scored it 94-80, judge Ed-
uardo Lanuza 100-93 and judge
Sherman Brooks 83-79. The pan-
ama American had Brown the
winner 96-82.
The semifinal was the best
fight of the evening. Horacio
Ottis, 1332%, displayed vast im-
provement when he scored a
split decision over Sylvester Wal-
lace, 134/2, in the eighth round
sub feature.
Ottis repeatedly beat Wallace
at his own game of standing
close and swapping punches in
a corner. Ottis also outboxed
Wallace by a wide margin. The
fans were on their feet on sev-
eral occasions.
The main preliminary was a
comical fiasco with Eric Arm-
strong, 128 and Battling Siki,
119, doing a dance routine
throughout the four rounds. The
officials voted it a draw.
- Daniel Ward, 137, knocked out
the consistent Sam Bruce, 145,
in 1:02 of the fourth round.
Bruce has lost his last four bouts
by K.O.
It was reported today that
promoter Enrique Martin is neg-
otlatinX with classy Cuban wel-
terweight Tony Armente; o3 to
meet Joe Brown here soon. Ar-
menteros decisioned Joltin' Joe
in December but dropped a re-
turn contest to Brown by TKO.
The third meeting would be the
"rubber match."

Along The Fairways

Inter-Club Matehes
Gamboa came through with
flying colors Saturday to win the
1955 Inter-Club Tournament
with a total. of 1 points. Ama-
dor was a .and. Panama
thhrd. of o lw.aux, the Mer-
eurio rr W Wrt .at the
Oamboa O
The oam-
b thIUs 12, for
their Noticps
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SURPRISE WINNER Sugarplum speeds down the homestretch with Atys (gray horse) and
Jaquimazo in hot pursuit in the $5,000 added Francisao Arias Paredes Classic. Jockey Manuel
Ycaza managed to keep the fleet four-year-old mare one length ahead of the fast closing Ja-
quimazo at the finish.. Atys, the odds-on mutu els choice, finished third another length back
after overcoming an early jam that badly affect ted his chances.'

Ray Robinson

Faces Forced

Speedy Sugarplum, conceded
virtually no chance in the $5,000
added Francisco Arias Paredes
Classic by the experts, raced to
a one-length victory over Juan
Franco's best horses before a ca-
pacity crowd yesterday after-
noon In the featured six-and-
one-half furlong event.
Jaquimazo finished second and
mutuels favorite Atys third.
King's Prize nosed out Main
Road for fourth place money,
The impressive Atys was in-
stalled an overwhelming favorite
by the betting public, risking
$2,912 on the grey speedster's
nose. King's Prize was next in
the win column with $684. The
Main Road-Su garplum entry had
$678, mostly because of Main
Road. Then came Alormina $341,
Jaquimazo $169, and Amorio $81.
The start was good although
'Atys got off worse than he usual-
ly does because he apparently
was not in position. Before the
field had gone three-quarters of
a furlong. there was a jam in
which Atys and Main Road fared
Atys recovered slowly but al-
ready was in fourth place when
the field swung into the back-
stretch. Speedy Alormina, which
had outsprinted the field to the
first turn, led with Sugarplum
in hot pursuit. Three lengths
further back came King's Prize,
which in turn, was two lengths
in front of Atys. Jaquimazo, A-
morio and Main Road trailed in
that order.
Three furlongs out Alormina
still held his one-length margin
and Atys had moved up along-
side King's Prize. Two furlongs

Ff. Kobbe Clinches

Runnerup Position

In Service League
Players W L Pet. GB
Special Troops 24 4 .857 -
Ft. Kobbe 17 11 .607 7
Ft. Clayton 15 13 .536 9
Albrook AFB 15 13 .536 9
Army Atlantic 8 20 .286 16
Coco Solo 5 23 .179 19
Army Atlantic 7, Albrook I
Ft. Kobbe 7, Coco Solo 1
Sp. Troops 17, Ft. Clayton 1.
Ft. Clayton 11, Ft. Kobbe 6
Sp. Troops 5, Albrook AFB 4
Army Atlatnic 12, Coco Solo 4.
Ft. Clayton at C. Solo (2:30 n.m.)
Sp. Troops at A. Atlantic (2:30)
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from the finish, Alormina weak-
ened suddenly and Sugarplum
rushed past him to take the
Atys moved up fast on the
homestretch turn' to move into
second place but Jaqulmazo was
gaining fast on the inner rail
and continued his rush until he
displaced Atys for second place.
Sugarplum crossed the finish line
one full length to the good with
Jaquimazo beating Atys for sec-
ond mbney by another length.
King's Prize nosed out Main
Road five lengths back.
The winner returned. $11.40,
$3.60 and $2.20 across the board.
The one-two combination (Su-
garplum-Jaquimazo) paid juicy
. President Ricardo AriaS and
other members of the Arias-
Espinosa family were the Uests
of the track. The triph was
presented by Francisco Arias III,
grandson of the beloved/ Don
Pancho and son of Alberto {Arias.
Jose Bravo, with two victories,
was the day's winningest jockey.
The dividends:
1-Cruzada $7.40, 2.60, 2.60.
2-Choice Brand $3.60, 3.60.
3-Lot OTrouble $10.80.
1-Newminster $8.20, 3.30, 2.40.
2-Numbers $3, 2.40.
3-Tom Collins $2.60.
First Double: $34.
1-Winsaba $6.40. 3.40, 3.60.
2-Don Wende $6.80, 6.
3-Regia $9.40.
One-Two: S64.80.
I-Ebony $10.80; 12.
2-Villarreal M4.40.
Quintela: 222.
1-Golden Bound (e) $6.20, 3.80,
2-Dalida P .4.10, 2.80.
3-Fru Frnm, 20.
1-Kellphrase $6.40. 3.20.
2-Devon Maiden A3.20.
I-Proud Pearl $7.20, 4.40, 3.40.
2--Don Cuto $7.80. 4.20.
3--Tiger's Teeth $2.80.
Second Double: $511.20.
1--Daniel $5.20. 3, 2 20.
2-Yoslklto $4.40, 2.20.
3-Narbo $2.20.
Quiniela: 11.20.
1-Sugarplum $11.40, 1.60, 2.20.
2-Jaquimazo $10.60, 2.20.
3-Atys 2.20.
One-Two: P07.20.
1-Blakemera $.40, 5 60, 4.
2-Postlnovich $6, 4.80.
3--Begonia $3.80.

Saul Marias Ends

Alroorl va sKobe (7:3U, 'uayo n e
Defending champion Fort Kob Train i ForTitle
be clinched a tie for second place,
in the Panama Area Armed V ,rh. v
Forces baseball race Saturday I T vB
while Fort Clayton moved into a SAN FRANC O0," Mlrch 7
tie for third place with Albrook (UP) Raul (Mouse) Maclas of
Air Force Base. Mexico wound -av beavy boxing
The Lifeliners rapped Coco dril, yesterday and went Into
Polo, 7-1, behind Jay Gerhardt's the last phase of traln!ne for his
three-hit hurling Saturday and scheduled 1--round N" han-
drooned to Clayton Sunday, 11-f. tamweitht title filht with Thal-
Kobbe new has a two game land's cvlmrern ongkitrat here
lead over Clayton and Albrook Wednesday.
with two games to go. Songkitrat also boxed yester-
Albrook- ropoed twice, loslna day but his manager wes still
to Army Atlatnlc, 71, and Special un&erided as to whether '-e
Troops, $4. Trobos racked Clay- would do more boai g tomorrow
ton. 17-1, Satu'day and Armv or not.
Atlantic clinched fifth place M s. whose manaers mid
Sunday 'batItmg Coco Solo. be is la "the Iet a.tfial conem
12-4, as lMy ak Scott struck ditin of tiM c wet lve
out a sd iBraves. h*rld irn1* with May in-
In .MOn ,Mq t Wednesday, lish of L0 1gel$eU IN a
Kabbe ame& okin a night ou t.
contest u ok. 'T'ig Mewlen b. tamtnelet
will t wer afttow witth a
Irnmagg to get un- lo"w.m t
whether or with imnte xft SWo and,
0 of PWOA. m-MiM
tun thslwrm& +

Unusual Interest Being S ,p

In Edwin Vs. Plummer Fight

Unusual interest is being play-
ed by fight fans about the Jose
.Edwin-Federico Plummer ten-
round 144-pound match although
the date of the fight is still six
days away. Edwin and Plurhmer
are scheduled to swap punches
March 13 at the Colon Arena.
Interest is so great that there
is considerable talk of heavy
betting. For Instance, Gerald
Smith, owner of the Palmita
Bar. is reportedly willing to bet
$500 that Edwin beats Plum-
mer. Another report lndlcates
that Carlos Elets, manager at
Mummer, will be backing his
boy to the limit.
Meanwhile, both boys are go-
tlg through heavy workouts In
their final week of preparation
for this important engagement.
The winner of this fight may be
given a match with classy Joltin'
Joe Brown.
Fans will pour Into the Colon
Arena next Sunday too in order
to see for themselves the great
improvement under gone by
Plummer since his Visit to New
York. Plummer has reportedly
learned a great deal of the finer
points of the manly ait of fisti-

The semifinal should be a
ac" crowd pleaser. It pits steadily
improving Marcial Molinar a-
gainst speedy Carlos Watson in
"_. a six-round 135-pound match.
Molinar is sure to be the fa-
SAN FRANCISCO, March 7 vorite over Watson.
(UP) Anthony Petronella, A six-round "special" and a
president of the National Boxing four-round preliminary rqund
Association said last night he out the card. The veteran Cho-
would recommend that Ray Rob- colate II tackles hard-hitting
inson be placed on the ill and Manuel Prescott in a 128-pound
unavailable list after being in- match in the "special."
formed that, the former middle The. program will get under-
and welterweight champion had way with 135-pounders Al Orte-
refused to 'go through with a ga and A Rodriguez swapping
bout last night in Boston. punches.
Robinson had been scheduled --
to meet George Small but
man earlier in the evening
that he was sick and could not Tre
fight. Track Mee iet
"It looks as if Robinson were
up to one of his old tricks again," Fo Tmorrw P Ma
Petronella said. "I'm going to F or O W P. I.
tell Henry Lamar, who is execu-
tive secretary of the NBA, as The Balboa High School track
well as chairman of the Massa- team will hold its annual inter-
chusetts Boxing Commission that squad track meet tomorrow at
Robinson should be placed on the 3:30 p.m. In past years the squad
ill and unavailable list until he was divided into two groups--
fulfills his contract with the Red and White-with the loser
Callalpn AC." given a,ew odd tasks toperform.
. petonella arrived here by This year's meet wi be indtvd-
plane with a belt whicn he will ual competition among the team
present to the winner Of members, the results of each
Wednesday night's fight between event used to place the men in
Raul Macias and Chamrern their best events for the coming
Songkitrat who are boxing for Interscholastic competition and
the NBA versions of the world the Balboa Relays.
bantamweight title.
Petronella declared that under Several boys, who were late in
NBA rules welterweight chainm- porting because of baseball, are
pion Johnny Saxton could box "ow rounding, into shape, giving
any of the first three contenders the squad more power in the
for his title and that his bout running events. Eddie Napoleon,
April 1 in Boston with Tony De running a 10.4 in the 100 yd.
Marco will bring a $200,000 gate. dash against the 504th F.A.,
When the signing was an- should give Jim Stevens a run
nounced yesterday, managing for his money in 440 yd. dash,
director Harry Markson of the Jim having run the -distance 2n
IBC, said in New York that .55 last week. The 880 yd. run
Saxton should have given Car- should prove interesting with
men Pasilio first crack at the Bryant Rovers and Isaac Perez
title, battling neck and neck for the
The IBC has a television date past two weeks.
also set up for ArI1l 1 and had The low hurdles will nit Jack
hoped to match Saxton against Winklosky, last year letter win-
Basillio in the latter's'home town ner, against Robert Greene, a
of Syracuse, N.Y. newcomer, but Improving every
"Saxton will make a lot more day. These races and many oth-
money boxing De Marco in Bos- ers as well as the field events,
ton, Petronella said. "And I can't will have the boys battling each
blame him for taking the De other for a berth on. this year's
Marco fight there. The winner track team.
should meet Basilio for the Fans who wish to &ee this
crown." meet are invited to Ittend to-
Petronella said he was "sorry" mytorrow atfernoon at 3:30 p.m.
that the State of California It is free to all who would like
would not recognize the Maclas- to come.
Songkitrat fight as a title affair. "
"But California goes alongr Rounding out the activities of
with us 90 per cent of the time the week. Friday afternoon w'p1
and they have a right to differ," sEe the Annual Interclass Track
Petronella said. I 'eet get under way at 3:30 p.m.
This has always been a very
aa spirited event, with the Fresh-
Lanada Recahur1 man. soohomore, Juniors and
P u eniors scraping as teams, each
IJ A l Ice class hoolng to become the Bal-
World Amateur boa Hih Sc hool Track and pleld

Hockey Supremacy
KREFELD, Germany, March 7
-(UP)-Canada's player coach
Grant Warwick, jubilant over
his team's recapture of the
world amateur hockey cham-
pionship from Russia, vowe4 to-
day, "We are going to keep the
Cup in Canada."
The Canadians, who now have
won the world title for the 15th
time in the 21 tournaments that
have been held dating back -to
1924, crushed Russia, 5-0, here
yesterday before 9,500.cheering
Warwick, a former member of
re professional New York
Rangers, explained, "We played
cagey and then turned it on
in the last two periods. We out-
classed them by plenty but we
should have scored 10 goals in-
stead of five.'
Clem Bird, president of the
Penticton V's, who represented
Canada, said, "The Ruslanh
just could not beat us today. I
Wink those guys quit cold."
"The Canadians tied the Rue-
ana lup and beat them at their
wa game," Al Yourkewtls,
I* of the Amerliaa tam
finished fourthin IeO
on round-robina tor-
B observed. "The uaidaits
O* their spirit."
aa W rJ i d '
7ri. a0 l

rough-house brawl seemed to be
Intense feeling on both sides,
only one minor "incident" erupt-
ed late in the game. However,
it was quickly dismissed by the
Swiss referees, with no punches

Dan's ODemmo i

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OH, THERE YOU ARE!... It's mighty comforting to 'come
back and discover that the good old USA, th4, tof the ub.
lime gifLs of a young Kansas girl, has retried .l Interna.
tional pan-cake championship. Gives you a plaT/M ar..ming
sort of feeling right here. Careful, man, that's wh' the /clon
is. So many marvelous and fantastic things can iapaAen Mlthe
sports world in two months, it's difficult for the returning
fugitive to single out the one he was most dIsappointed to
miss. Perhaps it was the night Utah hel Tom .ola, La 1alle
basketball wki, to two goals in the second half by. using "a
man and a half" defense on him. Something new I. goons,
no doubt.
On the serious side, the column wouldike, see eotoward
Hobson's formula for minimizing foul sheting put to a praes
tical laboratory test. The Yale coach would penMse offensive
,fouls by Ion of the ball, retaining the free try only on Mefeosive
transgressions. His contentIn foul shooting would be- 'e ed
so percent at least defiea mathematical diupte. Old o Aia*
imith (one ,of the few does who never got a crack at me, by
the way) had a team game in mind when 'he Inveqted the
sport, not a solo act where, for more than half the tine, nine
guys stand around watching a tenth dunk the leather
NOW MEET DR. IX This gentleman wia a frequent and
welcome'-siltor to room 1005 at Le Roy Hospital. Confessing
he had no personal interest whatever in the sport, nevertheless
he eagerly discussed baseball. When the Russians swarmed
into his native Poland after the Nazi blitzkrig the doctor was
captured and forced into the Red's medical corps. All the
familiar horrors and ghouls march through the doctor's story
of life behind the Iron. Curtain, relieved only by the happy
circumstance that be was lucky; he eventually got away, as
did his wife, a labor-camp slave. When the boy was born it
was. decided to call him Bruno. The monstrous- tyranny was
mudh too near the parents' fright still too real for them to
give the infant the Jewish name they would have in normal
circumstances. It's on account of little Bruno that Dr. X. can't
learn enough about baseball these days.
"We arrived in America in the spring1 related the doctor.
"By fall I was strangely puzzled, even frightened. In some
way our son had become Identified with a mysterious organi-
zation which he preferred to ,as The Bumws I never like to
Intrude myself on his company, so all I could learn about his
Interests was what I picked up in fragments eo eovetsatonn
he had with his companions in the house and over the tele*
phone. One night there was unmistakably a crescendo in vieT
lence. Talking over the phOne,.4o an accomplice I was certain,
I head my son say: '"They murdered the old preacher todayxr
DR. X. PAUSED TO EXPLAIN he was too busy trying to
get oriented and complete legalities requisite to practice in a
new country to devote much time to the newspapers. "BUt, of
course, I realized what a grave problem juvenile delinquency
was," he said. "You couldn't get away from the dreadful head-
lines on the front pages 'Boy Killers Prowl Streets,' "Teen-
Agers Held In Ax Slaying.' ,And so on. And now here in my own
home, mhy oiwn sn..-" "

By the simple expedient of demanding an explanation, -he
doctor was happily reassured that The Bums are, ldeed very
estimable people in our community an d that the afterneen the
preacher was muattted, it jfst so happened the aneltt Mr.
Roe didn't even have a prayer. Still, if little Brone,-so speedily
Americanized, momentarily put his dad down as a squa s, his
pals at least would have been sympathetic.
THE PATIENT IN ROOM 1005 Idly mentioned to the after-
noon nurse that this was the first time he had been tn Le Roy
in 18 years. Just why he imagined this bit of fascinating -
telligence might be of interest to the lady Is a matter,-which
can be of interest only to unemployed alienists. However, the
lady managed a studied interest and amiably observed that
she had started her nursing career here in this same hospital
some 20 years ago, In maternity. The dear lady had no way
of knowing what she was letting herself in for; she now had to
listen to an anecdote that has bored barkers," bartenders and,
helpless Pullman porters from coast to coast.
"It was like this," No; 1005 sald. "We were expecting a
visit from Mr, Stork. rfl never forget the date. In fat, It
turned out to be quite historic. It was the night Bob Pastor
surprised the fistic world by staying the limit with Joe Loesa
Earlier, the doctor had said Mr. Stork wouldn't cheek In uitil
4 or 5 o'clock in the morning. Accordingly, I finished md
piece on the fight and then sat around with my old fre-
Joe' Leone, experimenting chemically with a new Seotch for.
mula. There was an unexpected call from the hospital. It seem
Mr. Stork, the little rascal, had got in ahead f tme... AOS
how's my brand-new heir," I beamed upon reing thene
Well, sir, the nurse took one look at me and said, mu. Willaial
your brand-new heir, as you call the unfortunate little fellow,
is in much better shape than you."... "Boy, was that Miar
quick on the 'trigger. It wasn't by any chazne... ?
"No It wasn't," interrupted Nurse Peppett, her generoUs
kindly nature mocking her'awkwardly, pretended formidability.
"And if it had been I wouldn't have shown you the baby. And
maybe you pan tell me why husbands think they got- to get lit
up just because the wife is going to have a baby. Never mind.
Just turn over. It's time for another needle." ,

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ATLANTIC IJTTLE LEAGUE Besides hitting a homerun,
with two on. Jim McOloin gave
Mutual of Omaha came out a much improved pitching per-
slugging in their game with the formance to pick up his first vic-
LittleMottas on Friday, to win tory. He was relieved in the
by a &core of 14. uh t Bud Walnlo, afterMot-
The Mottamen used three tas had scored their last tw*
pitchers In an effort to stop the runs.
bats of the insurance boys. but Next week's m
to no avail, as each one ran into Uot.l,,lSaa9
trouble. Mot a 5:, aRC : ab-to
The infielders for the Motta'I Mutu (at Coca solo) Coaso *
didn't do too mpuch to help their ,vS1oa0 i otMoS.e4
own cause either, as they let Cev-oco lo CCoco o-
eral sure outs get away tfr o .ala M t"
them. This is the second game P
in which tlheyv had treashU e
such as this and it unusual. "'W
Modt of thee b ay leot II
steadier W me In the fret Mhait.
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SAC".S0^ .^. rxso Toah BIKHH itbiSHD^ j is metFE MRiir

't West Vila's bas ketbal,
team, screwei a pleasant face I
to a scowl. He was Just asked if
th flat-topped younter aros
the lobby was Rod Hundley and.
if he was, wculd Rod start doing
something crazy pretty soon? <
"Yes that's Hundley," Schaus
said, I"but I wish you'd tell me
what you mean by this 'crazy'

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b,' nusminess. He is a fine boy. Frank. .. a s
y1. I resent the way you said Plaers Ir the National Basket
tat." ball Asociaton are due for a lift
This was in the lobbp of a New in ateskjy. qu of .the nation's big
7 York hotel earlier thi seforn and insn uance Lms.. .company doi
it probably was a lucky thing it tos dolefully foresee an heaicrease
wasn't back in Schaus' home D. heart disease among the hoop-
lag around Morgap~'own .'" In sters since the must-shootgMa.24 -
Wes Virginia, yon anybody seionds Tge,,..
sho does anythg but iise there cast yet, ine late
fabled Hot Rod undleis afed that l he le t leage the roaneCle
to pack up and get the next bus. awit wil be to the T Ce a
(Mnneapolls. St. Paul) where
HUNDLEY IS TIHE ROTTEST syndicate Is waiting with the
thing the Mountaineers have money aid both leagues'til-
come up with in some time and droolIng to move in b4pause
this precocious a ophOmore w ith ey see either Mlwaukee .
the Globetrotter style has been He's now only a trainer, but
cutting 'em on their ears., some 35 years ago Charley Gold
West Vi rgintahas counted man, the molder of Rocky Mar-
aiaa Ps. something like 14 sellouts of ts dano, used to be a partner of Al
T home game thCs season .because STATS wR 2A 3 -Manager huck Dre Ells Clar Joe Fitzerald an Joe Hleft eWeill, who runs the show. ."In
C W~ VAh ofu eJ ty r when on- to-righ, a w ton Senators check on their "Iron rati" as itzis wheeled Into fo more than 5* years in sports,"
/. f JLT ly a freshman, I was' the same oraft" ht Olando. Fl. cam. (NEA) ats whey an'e hivermse i e
games o n. yCus D'Amato, the prom. Ciaulee Geodma
Take last year's varsity game ent ht manager (Floyd Pat-
*against William and Mary. en rson): "Yoo haa to see Marchia- eves i retrs to pore tate, b
the teams took the flbor after uo when be started, the crudeness a whiz-haag frogh des emia
weredegreetedeby theC t fshuffil e ner vCing \u Wi I I W Charley Goldman has done in sIw im the ayi-- tg -o --
sodnds of a crowd of 6100 leaving a him, to eoppre elate he job Cu an at g aherassi WC- ..
the field house. They were there S ta thinks Rocky would have licked At the end of s freshman a-
foi Hot Rod and they left with Jack Dempsey. at Holy Cross, Tom s
him. nday, Marh 7 M ualb OOa vs. Gib ralta J rs, t w e
Hundley is a 20-year-old, 6-4, Monday, March 7- _Mutual Of Omaha brtis sa dtow New YorkNt v.d went o is work l. t sacks,
S18-poud bundle of nervous an- tuesday, March 8 Kiwi sao vs. La i onplace, the old Manasa Mauler 'l.

bdrtidhen the tlops foolnge a- oWednesday, March 9 Lfesavernvs Hamadan Grotto M l a ce Mr of ha Minn tatr a ndr a goo dae a
L AT dlu c a rtis and when he stops fooling a-o he Tuebday.Mara l4 Blaon .fea r ae he rs h a o. ta s a
a around, th lone ohe oa shoot- Thursday, March 10 Oibraltar Jns vs. Balboa LiOns. -ay oee adees. it. ae. n tho Atn u tshrowgit rte bal ovh'"
bing e ye. He's averaging about Friday; March i1 Mutual Of Omaha vs. Kiwi. H .Uposs of a s OTT dat.ns ae tora'ei< thers as
.ants per game this season, but DempseyPadn Kearns team dsr the backboard for the Cradl
Sin spl e has hit any he r e Monday, March 14 Lifeeavers vs. Gibraltar Jr. p for the first time since Firpo played basketball in Now J
h om to 50 points. Tue day My ch 15 K tiwia Hamadan Grotto. the other night. Only th i was:.O where the ECAC or N
SSWednesday, March 16 0-. Mutual Of Omaha vs. Balboa Lions. George t e pary and r couldn't have oneki at t .1,.I
-L .ETER B ... ...e. etervieera o TH$ STT ENDAs a player, he can be een a Thursday, Mah 17- Kiwi vs. Lifesavers. The plain backeourt for the P e llen s f th ast br ..
..i.s .....l a: tt'"couple of ways. The West Virgi-. riday, Marci 18 -Hamadan Grotto v rs. braltar esa P rna ptatag iA e of their t W .
A D p o f looking atl ,hi on eo n N BA. i mey ad S
rn oh but the betain the na Monday, March 21 Hamadan Grotto vs. Mutual Of Omaha. Martin of the Minpneaoplister s~ a r ,
ton. Se~~-Sll-out crowds roar ,when Tu day Miurch 22 Balboa Lions vs. Lifesavers. are the only pros who wear con-l wmftd b says, I e tote Wlgba
S dHot od beams to dribble behind W edneday, March 2 Gibraltar Jrs. vs. Kiwi. tact lenses. Illg exerc hie tai
his back, bAlance the bail on his eThursday, March 24- i lfesaversv Mutual Of Osaha. t acertise It, but in the amy tt g me an". itme b".
aiceps or throw one of his more Friday, March 25- Balboa Lions vs. Hamadan Grotto.r whr e ng rastin rom ias ta
behind the e and fire ofthe day, March 28 Lifesavers vs. Kiwi. an en of March, contributes Its s anywhere sports
o pl right ear, re, Mtuesday, March.9 Gibraltar Jrs. vs. Mutual Of Omaha. af of the take at the sparringna .
*T F e US5c RG, Stg a rpikero Te oer tookt n TWednesday, March 0 Hamadan Grotto vs. Balboa Lions. session I to charity. create lift when one of I r
Adi aour bl a sen S and nite od Interofiew ar TH ro STYLE LENi i tsel f a Thursday, March 31 Mutual Of Amaha vs. Lifesavers. The new chariman of the Pen- tuddles skims the Ross bar....
tat g 4 th .iarso r "and "h r to Hundleyt a b oftimesb *rraotb per- Friday, April 1 Kiwi vs. Gibraltar Jrs.t su ylvaniae StatemAthletic e Commis' -
are two qu iOnS o be w, i old. T son ity. Thice since ent r in g sion, Sleepy Jim Crowl, wa
wIy did y radUe haw JahusIo Seo.d" emeolr e
wy!hf ae ,t os hWes, Virginia he has dlsappeare Monday, April 4- Lifesavers vs. Balboa Lions. caroled over the phone after an-
rwhy. -did you tthedRAYhenl .staote tdeeo.,wy OUfish om Thauesday, April d5-ebraltar Jrs. vs. Hamadan Grotto.l roeaatn Cohp a rcent. l end,
no better than sixth lat season? youo i 11games o ff your he has asked, "What's the record Wednesday, April 6- Kiwi vs. Mutual Of Omaha; g .by his co-workers at the nation m "
IOU sle."e e t for tis court?'? and then stated Thursday, April 7e- Balboa Lions, vs. Gibraltar Jrs, al BroacastgCo a teea ts
e straggre h e 2eths behnd e the ls o flatly that he intended to break Friday, April 8 o amadan Grotto vs. Lifesavenrs. of Canadian football Tom b Gal-
o We stingered hoteuse5 o i ths behind thee ointd because i. lerLindseyNelson, Jim Corbltt
our pItchiagsparticularlydour acond JUN.,didnotoemshaP and Perry With...Itwasdroll
to Y tatona," Mugga repli ed_ The other wan Mondoay, AprilI Balboa Lions v. Mutual Of Omaha. hMel Ott imhoCoach Carl Voy- e
to mya e Ino lit us eyrepli ved. iTheiother.wayto atHs d-dbentd t r r o hwTuesday, April 12K_-mdHamadankOr to vs. Kiwi. Jim who-When c ryy
h urbullpn been adquat e, I would m ot haveMade ley is through the cold eyesi of a Wednesday, APril 13 -Gibraltar -. vs. Lifesavers. In 1925, 1 was a 17 year-o 1 d lea of Hamilton worried before a y DR. POG ALL
n the ~anl no o WAi uFrank mth. a Jablo akio thil to eutral basketball observer.T ursday, as f l14 Muu ofinryeahas a aot o a hungstr who was thr act fby Aame, "l nehs l a bf r -. r Ca
would be with a rdingle. Ho*eve, n'-sy tl.. Ev.n -'Thisiss HmndiV"?" 4P oT"hhrday, Apr Il14- M nvK.Oot oer wofwasethrleans te pine, r'[. Malea
if Ral y had remained withI us, L would have expee aOt a ked-in apesement we W y etab ay Lin wi. ontrat 'the Xcold a Bcold rur- ...r n
Tasfineglove man as well Virginia made itsNewYork .Second Team named is Home ea d. But Ha rrv w P. Williams, w ho ba D an ucernal, a year agoe In QUESTION. What ar the m.
as an able hitter-to- beat him out for the third-be labeoklle of 2. Home Teamupes two () new palls for game and one (1,) managedlthesenimro teaam I the forefrontof" bn onPrs for a,
st bases, fez Hoton. Mehas the eqwPmlet with which. omylautible shots, guarding evsgI.ptes teneto .im, but haa d no b .uurtne .eco, Is ow
29maiokWh d theh thokibe ia rcrybody b hsamr.imy doubts when wilams leftha te sasn nwithi rearcemnt arewhcmaamVg bwea, aeats af "
he e ar.tdutthtR ookieofhas Tsa generally giving the impression.. ..... .. that August for a trip to Europe. .aeBo.pearance on the Milon er w ea e em a ma
1 do not doubt that jablonsh, who hit and acuat he was a build-up being ex- But a p n y postcard from ow.
tfor 14 4rus a mth w e asom nate fo the ules posed, for a teammate to position for basket as can be found. His pi- him, sent from New York, The fire and dash of rookie Bobeele fa ys,
ha SIL wAd-t an aN to defie oeernary move n a layup solo usual. changed the whole thing. Peterson thathas Impressed the Q When Manhattan o .
'l had no aonatabout ,aelon ive d withis buatit.R B On a bad night, you see, Hund side. ly leaves defenders a full atesp It told me to report to John New York Knicks worked, in re- and NeW York Universiy xr
for eveypin the RHstreor us,. Be could haunt me, but ley desperate. His G loe b-behind him. jMcGraw at the Polo Grounds oniverse when the 6-5 hustler play- mented by using the p. n
shouldbhergthedoeedstremendousy.r Istdoes nothing more WHEN HUNDLEY BEGINS to It is this basic scoring talen- Sept. 1 for a tryout. I showed ed of Oregon. .A h hc k 1 r rules in their gae tis ..aso
we had to take the chncae.tan bring about a mess of loose hit he Is something else. He has which-fan or knocker-rn a k e s'p In New York and spent three working overtime in the stad sn d hat did the two coahes thnk
"Smith as no better than 5 and 8 for Cincinnati last sea- balls which the opposition pickevry shot in-the bok from the, Hundley something special. As Iweeks with the Giants, aIftee found fiery Bob off the court and It?-Art By'r.
son. Ho may be no Hoyt Wilhelm. But he is oneof the tP. off. His shooting-he rarely waits outside and as fine a drive to the Rod matures as a basket a Ill which I was given a contract for practically in his lap before he A. Bo Howard Cla of New ".
relief pitchers of the National League. He got into 50 games,iayer, he wil begin to togs out he next season.eould say, "Bool".... and exit'okn
a.some of his antics and toss ini It could have been a different voung Peterson from Oregon bis. hatta IiKed It basionlly. _herei
baskets instead. story if I had turned down Wfil. ketball annals. ..ire, of cesrae, several parto 3.
---- IWhen he does that, he'll be I:4ms'- advice and ai g n e d with One reason Robin Freeman may whlch mus be ireod out h
something. ithe Pelicans. not play basketball next season, 'college use.

S"We had 19 pitchers last season. Only tour Harvey Had-
dix, Tom Poholsky, Vic Raschi and Joe Presko went all the
way with us, from the training season to the finish. Of those
.four, only liaddix, with 18-13, won more than 10 games. That
great turnover in hurlers appears to answer both of your
1i Much -already has been written about the possible return ..
of Stan Musial to first base, where neither Joe Ounningham 1 \ 1
nor Tom Alston was ,very linpresive defensively last season.
However, Stanky shied away from the subject of a Musial .. '..
shift. He did say something about not liking other folks to run
his club for him, and added that Stan still appeared as an
outfielder ofL the roster.
Eddie would be In a position to move Muslal if Bill Virdon
-whose .333 for Rochester was good enough to win the batting
championship of the International League by three points over
the Yankees' Elston Howard-were to win the Job In centerfield.
Wamie Moon could move to left and Rip Repulski to right.'
Virdon presents a black maek against the Yankee scouting
staff, which last spring approved his transfer to the Cardinals
Sis the deal which sent Foss slaughter to the Bombers.
When- asked how much removal of the right-field screen
In St. Louis would help Musial who last season batted .330,
with 85 hoaierw-- Stanky replied. "The wire barrier has'been
taken down nt to aid Stan in particular, but to asslst our
club a who.
"Wo ae l aking for every possible angle to Improve our
homo.redrlmt year our men ht the screen 36 times, and s'
visiting players belted It 18. .Fo
"In 1954. the Cardinals topped the majors in batting with
.281. But they hit dfly 119 homers, ps against the 186 with
which the Giants and the Dodgers tied for the lead. Only the W. 1nM round
I Phillies and the Pirates, in our league, got fewer four-baggers
than we did. The screen had to come down."
-- calluingfor "Ba)44& White". Distilled -
|CAMDINALS GOT SOMB TOUGH BEAKS and bottled in Scotlnd; it is Scotch
"We got so tough breaks last year," Stanky went on. t very bat
Raschi had five stralgt when he was belted on a knee by
Frankle Baumholts. Haddix was going at a terrific pace when Ditilled nd Bottled in Scotland
he suffered a similar accident on July t--Brooks Lawrence,
who won 14 games ft us after .having been called up In Mid-
season. had uners was wek from' a dit of mush and pap. W
e "If. teel thIaee oe arefavored more by lady luck, the i
dIfferlbWe in our pitching will be quite substantiaL - % 4Q Ie of P.we who wM "n 4". and P&hd.
sky, s b40 d ad -Otllanter .a"? Or d B WI
Jones aing better tO 4-4? -,
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Is Lasig -In

Headlines, Anyhow
London, march 7 (UP) -The
London Daily Mirror said t o d a y
Group Capt. Peter Townsend has
been expecting a public announce-
ment concerning himself and
Princess Margaret.
The Mirror carried over for the
second day press reports t he
Princess was deciding now wheth-
er to renounce her rights to the
British throne to marry the hand-
some, divorced war hero.
All the papers which wrote a-
bout the never-con f I r m e d ro-
mance said Margaret's love fo r
the handsome Townsend has sur-
vived a two-year's separation.
A high Bucklagham Palace
source told the United Press If
the report is true it will shock
the Royal family because Mar-
garet has given the impression
Sthe romance was dead.
Other sources said the reports
r. cannot be entirely ignored in view
of the current publicity.
The Mirror today bannered an
interview in Brussels bet w e e n
Townsend and its correspondent
Howard Johnson although the
British press is usually reticent a-
bout discussing the affairs of roy-
S"Group Captain Peter To w n-
send talked to me today about
the report that a public announce-
n ent is expected soon concerning
himself and Prmncss Margaret,"
Johnson wrote.

"I can say that the report came
as no suroDrie to him. In fact I
am sure that daily he has been
expecting the news to be m a d e
The Mirror said Margaret had
been telephoning Townsend often
1- Brussels since he was assign-
ed there as British embassy air
attache when first reports of their
Adleged romance started.



Lea- tw the truth th unt sl -: A m L n.
"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe" -Abrahae Uncoln.


Top-Level Formosan, Far ast

Parley?-Not Yet, Says Eden

LONDON, March 7 (UP) -Sir conditions is yet fulfilled, unfor-
Anthony Eden said upon his re- tunately."
turn from Bangkok today that Eden got home just In time to
conditions necessary for hold- a t t e n d an afternoon cabinet
ing a top-level conference on meeting at the House of Com-
Formosa and the Far East are mons. He will report fully to the
not yet fulfilled, "unfortunate- House later this we a Ik on hisI
ly." journey.
The British foreign secretary He tol d reporters today he
arrived home by air from a dip- thought the Bangkok conference
lomatic whistlestop tour follow- had useful results.
ing the SEATO conference. "It did nothing very specta-
When reporters at the airport cular. but it was not Intendaed
asked about the possibility of a to," he said.
top-level conference on Formo- "It has given a-firm organ-
sa and the Far East, with Rus- lied structure to the Manila
sia nd China being represented, treaty and the security of the
he said: other territories of Southeast
"For a conference to be use- Asia is more firmly based than
ful, two conditions would be It was before we met;
necessary that there should "In addition, the conference
be some underlying under r- gave us all a wonderful opper-
standing about the task of the tunity to exchange views and In-
conference and some agree- formation about the problems of
ment about the membership. the area."
I "I don't think we are in a po- President Elsenhower mean-
ition to say.,that either of these while scheduled a 45-minute

conference in Washington today
with Secretary of State Jo h n
FPoter Dulles' tour of the Com-
munist-threatened Far East.
Dulles conferred with the
President for more than an hour
late yesterday in an unschedul-
ed meeting a few hours after
he arrived in Washington from
a two-week tour of Asia.
He told newsmen on his as-
rival that Communist China is
"desperately" seeking to over-
run "the forward positions of
freedom" in Asia.
Both the White House and
Dulles declined to say what the
secretary told the President a-
bout the Asian trip.
Dulles will report to the na-
tion on his trip tomorrow night
in a radio television address. He
is also tentatively scheduled to
appear earlier before the Senate
foreign relations and House for-
eign affairs committees.
In his brief statement upon

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ATLANTA, March 7 (UP) fraudulent leadership on the cur n htis s ment '.... ..
The Southern Regional Council school issue." You return will also be reviewed 'a ch. Ik f l0lfth
criticized Southern political lead-. The statement reviewed steps to deteri-ne whether It should be f W
er last gbtfor "tng" voices toward racial Integration in examinds ba Se3venue Agent, Or-. Iro C .aaa
of dins In their campaign border states since the U.S. Su- dI.r those returns which lro01) uier
topreserve racial segregation. preme Court issued its decision have W suspicious teams i t V V Itda
. council, an Interracial outlawing public school segrega- oa*S The last few-
organization covering 13 tUon last May. ya hweva the Internal Rev. -
.M sern states, issued a dste- cnue beu ple en pcking out
calling for "Joint fact- The council said successful ple retoSh ttandom and giviS (UP) ..
and planning" an the school deaseg action in 80 out of them aic 4apiatio. rhap1
tan parole at the com. 129 border-stat counties affect-4 .r1 o l- and fT4."sea and
ed demonstrates that the Pa-intax d. you have Ss t* W
t lusndt b the pie have the capacity to "Iolv eosider.
executive oee. the "tory" problem. 9 you d at M
the The onl denounced the. ad ite-s are aot "s ..
Wt l e Wiat- "look the other way" attitude of I Vil* Wmade in yew
butamp tm eat other states. rtt oe akte aiasth
itd sMifle a ds Such an attitude promaeSih r s dresss of h i i
thousands of 80th-. p f public thought and Ls i MIMr to which
and m4 _t fe frfeitsL a valuable o yes *Sr .
not uty for advance disc latemal RevU"
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arrival at Washington National
Airport, Dulles said his trip was
*pcked with intense interest."
"I have seen at first hand t4e
forward positions of freedom,
which the Chinese Communists
seek desperately to take," be

"I found courage and love of
liberty and hope a hope
that stems largely from the
power of the United States and
our dedication to the cause of
Dulles is expected to face some
critical questions on the U. 8.
Formosan policy before the Con-
gressional committees.
Chairman James P. Richards
(D-S.C.) of the House foreign
affairs committed, has said be
fears Dulles offered to t r a de
Quemoy and the Matsu islands
for a Formosan ceasefire.
Meanwhile Nationalist naval
hMdadquarters on Formosa said
'today the 13,000-man garrison
on Matsu island Is being re-
informed "two to three times"
its present strength in a de-
termined Nationaflst effort to
hold it from Communist inva-
The naval sources said the
troops were being ferried to
Matau, some 110 miles west of
Forma in Nationalist ships and
under Nationalist air cover apd
that no American ships or air-
traft were Involved in the
Wholesale troop movement.
* The troop movements were
disclosed when a Navy spokes-
man told newsmen a trip to
aMmi, tentatively arranged for
tomorrow was postponed be-
cause the troops are belob tranl,
ferred there "night and day."
Adam: elik Stump, command-
er of US. Naval Forces in the
Pacifier said earlier today after
a tour of the Matsu stronghold
within sight of the Red-held
mainland the United States
armed forced could protect
"anything including Matsu -
from the Communists if ordered
to do so.

Joinl Band Concert

At (ristobal Set

For Tonight At 8
The second annual Joint Ca-
nal Zone high school band con-
cert will be presented this eve-
ning at a in the Cristobal High
School auditorium.
The. combined Cristobal and
Balboa High School bands will
be -conducted by 0. E. Jorstad
and V. A. Herr.
The concert will feature a wide
range of selections, including
'Southern Four," a Dixieland
quartet played by Steve parks,
trumpet; Danny Roberts, trom-
bone; Dot Sandrone, clarinet
and Jim Reece, tenor sazaphone.
Tonight's concert will be re-
peated in the Balboa stadium on
March 14. Ticket are priced at
50 cents. (25 cents with Student
'Association card) and may be
purchased from members of the
band at the stadium.

3:51f a.m. 9:49 a.m.
4:00 p.m. -. 10I0 p.m.1

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The Cathedral ruins at
OW Panamd were the tf-
6t4g yesterday morning for
. ope, n ar Mass, organized
bPo0146 -fot council
1371 of the Knights of Co-
At right is a shot of the
alter, taken through a hole
in the old cathedral's ruined
.Below are is he-congrega-
tIi1V worshipping on the site
where Masse were celebrot-.
ed long before there was a
church in the United Stales.
Yesterday morning the
Mass was followed by a Com-
munion breakfast t the Ti.
voil Hotel.

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*-G-M Suspends

Grace KI; She

Turned hun Role
NEW YORK, March 7 (UP) -
Grace Kelly, blonde motion pic-
ture actress, has been suspended
by Metro-Goldwyn Mayer be-
cause she ignored two calls from
the film company's Hollywood
studio to report for work, the
New York World-Telegram and
Sun said today.
The Scripps-Howard newspaper
said it learned exclusively that
Miss Kelly had refused to report
for a role she had In "Jeremy
Rodock," co-atarring with Spen-
cer Tracy. She was notified by
telegram that she has been plac-
ed on the suspended list, the
newspaper said.
"I'm terribly upset about it,"
the newspaper quoted her as
saying: "I'm not trying to be
difficult or temperamental. I just
don't feel I'm right for the part
in 'Jeremy Rodock.'"
Miss Xelly. who is up for a 1954
Academy Award for her part in
"The Country Girl" with Bing
Crosby, has a seven year con-
tract with MOM and has made
two movies with the studio, "Mo-
gambo," and "Green Fire."

40MMe Chase On Penn Turnpike

Ends With Death Of Crazed Driver

EPHRATA. Pa., March 7 (UP) the turnpike at the Lebanon-
-A crazed driver raced his car Lancaster interchange without a
at 100 miles an hour down a ticket and properly turned west
wrong-way Jane of the ennsyl- Interchange offirer notified
vanla turopilki t night l turnpike p oflce at ier's fall-
ashed to his Geath aait a ure to pi a t. tket. State
ableekilag r aft a 40- Policemata @ I )Pl flagged
fech &' Shay toea sAltmiese-
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il lci ln the mad was e ast eer'a Iden-
wa tor Rn Se ely rolled
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I" teApWd byS rta I W to pine In a U-tqr and naced back
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atd the ih withet pi t down the wingd ptle.
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