The Panama American


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The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
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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


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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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University of Florida
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Stock MeNt yeBevanBounced

Satisfd oryB.y LaborIte APs

Te Pres March s (UP). raterleal fervr. The veteran
.--. Left-wing borit Anerin Be- e of 2 yemar In Parliament
van, this nation's most pe tent claimed he had been mis
WASHINGTON, Marh 16 (UP) critic of the United states was undertoed and meant no dis-
-President Esnhower told. his expelled today from L..abor Party loyalty to Attlee.
news conference today that ranks in parliament tn a major He grinned brightly at the po-
stock market conditions on the British political upheaval. liceman who opened hia door. He
whole seems to be very satis- Butthe vote to.put evan In strode Into the house accom-
factory. He co.u.+e.d.. lret the Parlamenta cooler wa palled by his wife, lefttwing
caution in undertakng any carried by only votes te M.P. Jenny Lee.
atop which might dsaMage pub- an unexpectedly elhe margin.
lie ionfioence in the economy. It came after an amendment am_
The Chief ftecutlve satd that proposing he only, be rebuked NA Blamev l
as far as he knows. nothing in was turned down. Blm w
the current Senate investiga- His fellow Socialists reaffirm- n
tion of the stock market boom ed their confidence in the party j. U nce /
has done anything to under- leadership of former Prime Min-
mine confidence. Sister Clement Attlee, a moderate Will l
who steers clear of Left wingf|ill M UIn O nl
He added, however, that as policies which made Bevan the WI ,, ....
a general proposition in the moet controversial figure of Brit- An" shure It's an Irish party
promotion of an expanding eco- h politics. we're having" is not just a re-
nbimY great care should be It was punishment f o Be me- ark ll ofblarney.
taken to, avoid doing anything van's brash and brawflnk long- A the I the Ist hmus
that would undermine- public time challenge to Attlee's iM.em" -wi i erdatri ot Pat
confidence. mand-a challenge that el- Y andhe ay -one y late
- On the whole, he said, the minted two wee a ina. are holding ther- annual charl m
stock market seems to him to public sbene on the fl oorf eiar hol ithe. annuda, lt,,
e l l ,.t ,att th b i .Amy"and Navy.Club,
He ntep dpiritedly that ev Abliad con- MaJ. Thornton E. Ireland, a
natural o rd a tems ie sencep tpropriately, is chairman of the
any drop in the stock market, Te straig cond.* e committee for the dance. Ire-
but he to equally concerned a between the aging partychief- land feels by postponing the
bout any fa in._ agricultural ta, nd the younger lt-wing celebration of St. Paddy's ay to
prices or deteriorat ricu~ t any rebrad putthe severest, tr in Friday (the eve of the Feast of
segment of the economy. In years on Britain's official op- St. Joseph). the event will doubt-
position on party. less wind up just before mass
^. _-J1 -htwingelt s-after years of Saturday morning.
Meetinga lle patient bidtng-showed them- Highlight of the dance will be
.- selves in no mood to accept a the ta ping ,of barrels of green
TO Organize n middle-road compromise ~intro- beer. A surprise Irish tenor on
'duced at the last um moment. This the Isthmus, who chooses to re-
Canal Engineers would merely censure ovan in- main anonymous until Prlday,
U" .... n.....stead of shoving him o* the slide will be slng-. such favorites as
An organizational meeting to o possible political oblivion. "Dany Boy,' "My Wild Irish
form a union for technical and Bevan, still pasty from a 10- Rose," and "Who Threw The
efgieringef personnel on the day influenza spell, drove jaunt- Overalls in Mrs. Murphy's Chow-
(Can .Zone will be held Friday Ily up to the House of Commons der?."
at 7 p.m In the hotel Tio. caucus to defend himself person- Music for dancing will be pro-
The meeting wi announced vided by Buddy Pelo's orchestra,
tody by Russell Stephin., na .BHe left his Buckinghamshire and tickets wil be $1 per per-
tional present of the- American home yesterday for the first time son.
Fleration of Technical Eg- to come to London for his "trial,"*
neer4 now vdist tg the Ith Poned once beqaue of his n
with A eLbor degofRtlo* aitSo hi ,^P( .F qg sq
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FEVA Meeting
Without Trace
A meeting of the Federal Em-
ployes Veterans' Asso citation
scheduled to be held last tight
at I Eblo Heights appeared to-
day tb have been a dud.
Wk*U contacted today FEVA
director William H. Heath stated
he did- ot attend because it was
an "unofficial" meeting.
Other FEVA members said
they went to the clubhouse at
the stated time but did not see
any meeting.
Organzers of the meeting
seem to think nothing happened
worth telling The Panama er-.
ican about by press time today.
Coolidge's Widow
l11 In Hospital
10 (UP) Mrs. Calvin CoQlidge,
78-year-old widow of the former
president, was'In Cooley Dickin-
son Hospital today suffering
o a aJilment. Hos-
al ff ls her condition

Al GorgesMNpliall
Women between te a
21 and '5, who are intnsted i
becoming G 'a Ldies.may ap-
ply -next we, M e! Cross
Chapter Headquarters on G
lard Highway for, the Grwy *Yy
Training Course which will
gin March 28 in Gorgs Hospil
The course which is being
given for women living on the
Pacific Side, will start March 28
and continue rou April
1. Classes be held each
morning from 9 o'clock until 11
Applcationswill be accepted
Monday, Wednesday and Fray
mornings In the Red Cross
Headquarters between the -hours
of 9 o'clock until 11-o'clock.
The Gray Ldy organization Is
the Hosoltal and Reer eat0on
Corps' of the A m-e r Itc-tA Red
Oross. The duties include a
number of special services tq
patients in hosatals who are a-
wav from home and family.
.The members o the Gray
Lady organization act as host-
eesses in the recreation room
visit atent onwards, write
letter -deliver magazines and
bpoks tobed patients and er-
for= a number of other tasks
which .re explained through a
series of ledrm which are part
of the Gray Lady training
course. .

If ollxtt. mhIle star, Ginger
ogrsmand her rench lawyer-
actor h -and. iJacques Berge-r
ac, will arriving In Panama
tonight, wind up their Latin
American vacation trip.
Originally schedule to stay
eor ,wree days, the couple
wflle be retiring to the States
on Friday, resume their work.
Te are iarrn in their first
"Twist of Fate."
is l the first time that
either has een to the Isthmus.
They will stay at Hotel 1l Pan-

Panama-US Treaty
To Be Discussed
By AFGE Members
Members of Lodge 14 of the
Ameria- Federation of Gov-
mmenflm loyes will .discuss
rMOmmet4atlons made by their
executive committee regarding
the new Panami-Su Treaty to.
night, beginning at 7:30 In the
Balboa service Center.
A oni the Agenda will be a
report froh. MTC-CLU legsla-
tive representative Howard Mun-
to. now on the Isthmus with a
bor deleation from Hashing-
ton" ,
The new insurance program
being offered AFOE members
will also be a topic for discus-
sion tonight.
Atlantic siders will meet Fri-
day niht at 7:30 at the Marga-
rita Clubhouse.



Crew Refuses

To Run MignGas

Into Red China

HELSINKI, March 16 (UP) A crew rebellion f
the Finnish tanker Aruba to quit its course for Comew"
China with 13,000 tons of jet fuel today and a cohn;
spokesman said the ship now will head for a non-Com
nist port.
The chief petty officer and three mqtes joined
crew in a 42-man strike against running the gontit
Chinese Nationalist warships waiting to seize the Ai
and her cargo of fuel for Red China's Russian-built'
Gunnar Damstroem, director of the Re-Be Ship
Co. which own the Aruba, said the tanker which q
in the Indian Qcean will have to call at a non-Commo
port. He declined to say which one.
The Chinese NationlsjaSt navy The union board decdd
had ordered its slips tO capture a meeting late last night .q
the tanker ,should it ttry to run he crew a freehand on thed
the blockade of the Communist- er," Johanason said.
held mainland. N a ti o nalist "According to the rules.
newspapers a appealed point blank union itself cannot take
for the nvy to sink he Aruba. steps for or against hut the:A
aboard ship will have full A
G. Sohansson, secretary of to decide on their actia
the nsamen' unoie N the ianspon said he_
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HEADS PILGRIMAGE-President Ricardo Arias (directly In fr
panied by members of his cabinet, walks behind flag-bearers
the. tomb of assassinated President Jose Antonio Rem6n on the
on which he launched his drive to revise the 1936 treaty betw

Have Yu Progressed Through The Various Graduations

Of Physical-Tactual Manifestatfions? You Haven't?

Johanlon promiWse, we pow- o ian z '5s .acm4w w,-u
erful alon Would support the OfficialsAM&

Ailandic Siders P lc A11 r

On Special in The ticklish job of
Menace out of Contractora
A special train from the AtM is described from an
lant~lc side wili leave 7:15 a.m. point of view by Colt
Saturday morning to bring U. Arnold, vEngineering ando
5. citizens to the mass uabor structioh director of the Pai
rally to be held at Diablo Serv- anal Co. in the curreat1Um
ice Center at 9:30 a~m. 1 "Engineering News-et
Members of an AFL labor de- Arnold arrived on the
legation, headed by James shortly after the contract to
James Brownlow, president, of cate tour and a half m
the Metal Trades Department, of rock from the face oft
will make a report to the gath- had been awarded to .t
ering. They have been on the Corporation of Dallas,
Isthmus several days, conduct: In his article, he
Inga survey of labor conditions manner in which the
on the Zone. Contractors Hill Was
Atlantic-siders who attend the an group omethf consul
meeting will be able to catch ficuland the meb of btin the
the noon train back. flt job of blastin the
This morning the five-man the hill b small ta
delegation of visiting officials contro lled. last so a
called on Lt. Gen. William Kilr fallin g Into a l
Harrison, Jr.,- commanding gen- The bidle tk
eral of the Caribbean Com- het a rle os t
mand, and this afternoon they Pictura o m
were slated to see Adm. toy hichshoir te
ont of uniformed aide), accom- Miles ate o sthe 15th Naval Wton rsbi the ill
yesterday In the pilgrimage to trict. Yesterday the group tour-whleveled into a se es of
e second anniversary of the date the Canal to leveled into a s
ween PanamA and the United ed The Canal up to Gleave the '
Isthmus Sunday night. They Collaborating with
are being accompanided by the preparation of the
BALBOA TIDES Howard Munro, legislative re- were LL CoL Udward 3-'
THURSDAY, MARCH 17 presentatlve of the Metal nI ,rojet engin
HIGH LOW Trades Council- Central Labor W. C hief of te
9:27 :.m. 4:40 a.m. Union, who was sent to Washa r .bh fh
9:48 p.m. 4:05 p.m. Ington lost year .00Z.

Thats ta
The Canal Zone JRior Col-
We publieatlon Spetllght to-
day make the flo~gwn mehol-
aeftm to manInad'
.d for peae and
mapjiless In N cer-
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ve Talk, Man, At CZ Junior College
such source as movies and 'legit' timid, one may sometimes never springs to mind, while among any case each usually involves
dramas; love stories in books and get beyond the prellminailea of the women a number of Lhe nris- such actions as lap sitting, face
magazine, dis uxslons (bull ses- the first one (much to the dis- tresses of the kings of England, patting, embracing, and oscula-
sdons), at. observations. appointment of the girl, no France, and Prussia achieved tion (as well as, naturally, the
It may also be mentioned that doubt!) fame and power by their de- verbal exchange of terms of en-
there exist serious treatises on (Of course, after a love affair veloped ability in lovemaking. dearmentP.
th'ab As wel k d h grossed through various By the time the junior year of The mores of our society sanc-
rlai tte s gradatos of the physical-tac- H Is reached most USA students tion, or at least put small cen-
1ve Lov but the .fires tal manifestations discussed have begun to experiment, per- sure on, public handholding by
read t ab exapt below, it normally reaches haps somewhat timidly, in the HS and college students, but the
or stu- s max ith a return to the art of making love. same cannot be said for the pub-
S'. while the t declaration of love In the cases of a few of them lic walking embrace and even
had a I oage of marriage (by this experimenting may have be- less can be said, of course, for
aleo- whib H L. Mecken cynically gun a number of years earlier public "necking," "petting" or
tethat they ot the man effective- even in the grade school while osculation.
) ly retreatl. In the ease of others it may be Some CZJC students are evi-
Sthe l aM that "praotle makes postponed for several more years. dently unaware of this and that
9 ar sd this probably ap- -The praoclpal physical-tactual Is why It has been nepeaat y to
B to t f love manifestat the art of privately admonish some of
crtoSe.Maki-lows % =Wat--of vtltyu',ao. nvmaklmig
tth making love of in- them (of both sexes that if they
am 0 Nov"aglf1 l i-A.e a fful=g t fol-delre to on ovem
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expressed in letters from reader. ,-

I. M. Tennant, we, that is the group assigned quarters where
my family live, or rather exist, agree with you in every re
pect, especially about the vacant apartments at Coco Solo.
Permit me to clarify my position so that we may understand
each other. I am a Pfc military, and it would seem I should b
satisfied. However, I'm sorry to say I am not.
The houses on Randolph Road are getting to the point where
t will necessitate thousands of dollars to rehabilitate them, whict
a a shame. They could have brought the U.S. Government a goo
revenue if the commanding officer would have set up a standardc
rental" so that we could all enjoy a good apartment at a cos
within our means.
You class yourself as a Pfc. non-military grade. You are ar
American citizen and most likely entiLled to an apartment on thi
ase, even as I. But it seems the present regime would rather see
oco Solo revert to the jungle or, like France Field, fall at thi
4 Sometimes I wonder if the people in authority are capable
to handle these situations, or whether they would be content tc
lit back and be in charge of a caretaker force with nothing to do
Somewhere down the line military class distinction should be
abolished for this reason.
Most officers as-soon as they get away from the office, change
into civilian clothing and mingle with the civilian people, and yet
)they are the first to howl about the privileges extended to civil.
lans: But, I have yet to hear of the civilian complaining of the
officers who dress like civilians invading their clubs.
This doesn't sound right because I'm a military man, but be.
eve me when my hitch is up they can take this type of livti
nd gite It back to the Brass or anyone else who'll have it. 1-v
ad my fill of living like a goldfish in a glass bowl. I'm just a
1vilian at heart.
S--Pfc. Military.

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Labor News




Squads of FBi agents, hiding
that clear-cut, collar ad look witi
weatherr jackets, dungarees and sec-
liod-hand suits, have been moving
in and out of waterfront dives,
mining towns, big electronic works
and anywhere else that the still-
influential, still wealthy pro-Co
munist unions are headquartered.
n These agents are the leg men
collecting the data which is find-
ing its way up 'through J. Edgar
Hoover's desk to the Attorney Gen-
eral of the U.S.
I don't know just how soon the
n iDept. of Justice will move against
i these Sovieteering unions. I do
know, however, tnat these unions
sit astride our strange industrial
complexities, the wires of which
we need to keep dry and uncut if
iwe are to continue to produce the
I automatons which will fight the
- next wai.
I do know that the Communist-
d line unions aie racing against time
)e to beat the Dept. of Justice's dead-
line. These unions acting under
e stern orders from their-higher-ups,
h are desperately contacting legiti-
d mate labor organizations. The pro-
d Communists are seeking swift en-
t try into bona-fide unions so they
can gain a respectable "cover."'
n Thus, such unions as the west
e coast Longshoremen's Union, the
e Mine, Mill andx Smelter Workers.
e the United Eelectrical Workers and
some three others hope to lose
e their independent identity a n d
o block Justice Dept. indictments in
.I the next six months.
For the moment I will spare you
e. the details of rooms filled with
t expensive cigar smoke-the Sovie-
teers can afford luxuries these
e days. There have beer. at least 50
mih fthprin4 in thp ti

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ucuI gaineri'gs ie n ne P a s IC
- months -at which emissaries of I Ilsp ersai
g, the pro-Commies have mets ecret *
e ly with the intermediaries of/pow-- l
i erful anti-Communist t ra de u- By Peter Edson
These have been held in San
Francisco, Denver, Chicago, New --
York, Washington and any inter- WASHINGTON-- (NEA) -Dis- drastic action But the facts re- What was formerly considered a
More imporrnt for the moment perusal of big city populations and vealedb AEC make this situa. target area m the days when ordi po
are the pro-Commies' technqiues. major industries to avoid their on obvious. nary atomic bombs were the most de
Some of the-m have t.n direstl destruction or serious damage by Based on data collected from. lethal weapons known was a four- l
to mob contacts-knowing that the drogen bombs will have to be the Bikini tests of March, 1954, mile circle m which there were pu
mob will make theproper nn figured all over again. AC as shown that a cigar., industries employing 16,000 or pe
ons for a big bu of "sma .This is the real significance of shaped area up to 40 miles wide more workers.
tills. ita e Atomic Energy Commission s and from 160 to 240 miles long, One other designation wap a city hs
Some of the uitra-left wing test report on potential H-bomnb ddwnwipd from the point where an of 50,000 population or more in 'a be
ins have gone to "sleeper" on- aae to the U. S. om is dropped, would be four-mile circle, surrounded by a
tacts hey ad placed in big leg- It explain also, why Br. Ar- c taminated. uffer zone 10 miles wide in which cu
timate unions long in advance of tnur S. Flemming, director of the there were, in all, 200,000 people ac
this moment, showing that Marshal Office of D.fense Mobilization, has This 7,000 square-mile area is or more.
Zhukov is not the only brilliant suggested the appointment of a equivalent in size to the state of th
tactician in the Sovieteering world presidential congressional com- New Jersey. Not all buildings in Eighty-seven such target areas n
These seemingly innocent contacts mission of leading citizens to make this area would be destroyed and in the United States were desig- tic
Some of them now officials o~ recommendations before May 15 not all people in the area would nated in 1951. Steps were begun 1to w
big unions, then go to their nation- on how to dea; with this situation. be killed. But everything might be survey them for dispersal needs. wt
a leadshi and sa, "Let's take The subject is regarded as so poisoned by radioactive dust, or Forty-one surveys were completed n
the boys in Jut look at- the memit "'e -e "loatr theb gpu.ulo i lby 1953 t
rsh w, et agency of government has the would threaten all ife. A are lwretica
Som I se et.-o w union therity to deal with. it. +, As^trm eam l .;- sidea progress o
plan to remove their notoriously Legislation may be required to winds froni the south and wes4 ben r made on industrial disper-
pro-Com munst chiefs and use an force the removal of some key in- that followed the main railroad sion under old standaftd. e
!tact- and any connection to ge dustries to areas where they would Utacks from Washington D. C. There wss no compulsion for
a hearing before a legitimate un- make less of an H-bomb target. In through Baltimore, Wilmington, industries to move out of thes 87 -
ion executive board There the the past, all such relocation has Philadelphih. New York and on congested target areas. No plants mc
Party-imers will say, "Well we've been by voluntary agreement be- through New Haven, Providene, in operation were relocated. But ch
dumped our suspect leaders; n o tween the government and the and Boston-half a dozen H-bombs when additions were being built Th
take us in I- industry. might make this rich industrial or new fact-aries were being plan- .n
SAnnoubncements on this subject area uninhabitable. Mkss evacua., ned, they were urged to move out- tr
In high anti-Communist union by U. .S:defelse off)cals have So tlons of this entire eastern sea- side congested areas. gi
crcles- there is great temptation far all been toured down'so as not board until it was decontaminated th
to take them in because the to alacm the public unduly. would be the orly solution. There as a government incen- mt
300,000 rank-and-file members of It is fully recognized that ev"*u To say that no new industries of up tU 100 per cent y.c-
the pro-Soviet unions are not Con-m tion of cities and relocation of should be located in this and simi- celebrated tax amortization over a
inunists but are caught up in a industries cannot be ordered in- lar industrial areas would be eco- five-year period to industries" that sh,
Rovieteerin machine from which discriminately without disrupting nomic strangulation. It would also cooperated. b this means, some in
they an'seem to escape te economic life of the entire be suicide for any government of-?.500 new facilities worth over $2,- bu
Typical is the case of Harry countryy ficial Who advocated it. Yet some 500,000,000 Lave been dispersed. ne
Bridges, who, I'm told, plans to Practical answers m u s t be extreme meanoure of hiis kindmay But now the whole job has t st
ouit at the Apr. 4 convention of his found. This is why the question is be ao the waking. .be done ove: again, on new stand.
longshoremen's a n d warehouse being handed to a distinguished This is a far larger area than ards. What these standards will "
men's union in Long Beach, Cal citizens commission. They could has been used in the past as the be have not been revealed. But
Sice Harry-boy has never felt be told the facts and in turn edu- basis for urban and'industrial dis-llhey will be far tougher than those sis
the urge to confide in me, I can cate the public on the need for persal for safety. firt effect up to now. Th
only pass on what informed insid- Th
ers tell me. And they report this: th
Bridges goes on trial in Federal 3 de
Court on June 20. He is charged vor
with lying about being a member 8 I h 1W e f a
of the Comunuisls party when he ge
was naturalized. The government (
has pXepared a terrific case o -- sh
against he m-randwhewillbe in the Memos of a Girl Friday Fund golf tournament of champions ter than to create a minor reces- Be
heaites-as witnessafter witness your dentist is off'ly angry s"on. This would pull the props Su
testifies DearWW: If Miss Monroe be- with you! from under the Eisenhower pros- T'
So nry- expected to get up haves herself 20th will give her perity pitch, which the GOP plans wi
at his o ivenio and say he.u the Iead in the movie version of Dr. F. Dunham chief of radio to make a large part of the plat- ih
uit the good t waterfront ur last dramatic hit, "Bus and tv (for the U. b. Office ef Edu- form next year" .Reminds me so]
proletariat. Stop".. Julie Harris, the "I Am nation, is in line for a promotion of Tallulah's quote: "The more tt
Meanwhile, efforts have been a Camera" (and other hits) ac- to the FCC. The coveted spot 1mw you attract the more you antagon- yo
made by some o Brides' people tress, is back with her new groom. held by FCConmissioner Frelda ize." pr
to contact he Team.terp Brother- Arrive4 on the SS Brazil from Bar- Hennock, who made good,in Wash- Pda
blood in an atth.mpt to get into bados I hear comedian Joe 'ngton despite political enemies.
that union's new maritime divi- E. Lewis and modelicious Kitty Whatever became of the big- "Ankles Aweigh" is sold out for
sion. oopett will do it any edition. gest Private Eye in town? John the first 8 tryout nights; George S
To date, Dave Beck has greeted A Warwick Hotel celebrity's apart- G. Broady has not been seen Ross, ip. a. for the show) says it
these oerture with the enthusi. aent was raided. To06 many you- around these parts since the wire- 'coks like it'll sell out in Boston,
sm of Milt Berle for a Jackieknowhats. .The Scott McKays tap scandal aroke Jack Still too, during the worst week (Holy
Gleason show But till the Bridg- have mended. .'Tony Martin sent *s cornering the market on $3 bills. Week) in show business .... Hey,
G rod kes trint i the Runyon Fund $4,350. Came Claims he has 7. He's the Brad- you ate confused over the name
eTh Min Icrowd i and Smelter flom rtlends who witnessed' the ford, Pa. spender Possibly as of Schering's new miracle dru for
Workers Unon, has made contact private showing of his latest pic- a result of the tip in the col'm arthritis and rheumatism. There
with the Teamsters through an ture, "Hit the Deck" (in Miami) about S. Rubinstein's closets (bulg. are two new drugs. One Is Met
official in their New York muni- Actor Dick Haymes and the ing w'th femme apparel, etc.,) the corten, the other s Meticotteldne.
cipal workers local who was part ov't have reconciled. He has 2% murder house was broken into and The first was available to doctors
of the left-wing crowd for a long years in which to settle his tax looted. March '2nd. Now a plentiful sup.
time and lipped into the union arrears. Happy News: Your -- ply. Mcticortelone is expected to
via the back dor. D Bck's quest to be released from ell being distribution in 3Q days--as
right thand mi, Einar Mohn, ac- contracts wilt the ABC network Stork Club heiress Barbara B. an alternative for Meticorten. U.-
ually did neet with the Smelter has been "regretfwly accepted,' lRogers expects the Stork. ..Lat- nastand? Use on the air too .
Worery did seey wth thuse mthra effective not later than Dec 25tn. est rumoi: Police Comm. Adams The Mirror staff is in stitches
unieron is one which truly th in a may resign March 15th .Didn't over that financial "expert" who
unon one which truly in a you recently say he'd lose his tried to belittle.your list of market
strategic position in our uranium, They say Grace Kelly turned hefty pension if he quit now?. info in 154. 35 of the 42 h'venu
atomic and nickel industries, as down 3 Illms in London in the past Wanna buy Pecy of State Dulles' signs! Wot's that-bad? ore
well ascopper year The American priest mansion at Cold Springs Horborb important-everything you report-
The Party ln e r a have an- booted out of Russia is reporting Only $100,000 Beta St.- xI ed (about the 42) proved accurate
preached some Auto Union people retails to State Dept. officials -nd husband actor Peter Grant -and all firms concerned apree-
And the Machinists Union, too. Regarding Jack O'Brian's item expect their first baby. Betta ap- poring. You've got y floppe-
They're kno'ktlag on every door. that you will reveal all sources on nears on "The Vise," the tv show sition livid.
They want to get in before the Wall S*. items to Sen. Fulbright's Jersey editors are kidding
Justice Dept. gets them. And don't Committee because you have tneir Gov. Mryner fur complaining about Linda Lombard (andi two other
rush to make book on this race. permission to reveal them. Only 2 having to do his courting in a gold- airls) working In Vegas (in the
be____ ldouls May agree later. .Did fish bowl. Penalty of success, Guv. Geo. White reve) were fied by
you see page 42 of "For Women John Kein the setof, is quot- the boss of Mr. Kattliman's place
Only" mag? Noah Gordon's storyled as saying he spurned the offer foa wearing dungarees in the diee
*with photos by Weegee is the bestito play the movie role of Lind- casino. Linda wrote friends here
word picture I've seen yet on your bergh for "political" reason. J laying that. Alleges they were re-
a ight to dawn policee calls, aly overbheard someone HI Lhn- fused dinner-serviee eve after
S-- day's say: "I see where WW can't changlag to fraods. Nio, s
a Big malE on the Senate inquiry's watt to meet his aeageoi feee to in t a rough de. S d m a
"McCarthy tactics" .. .Readers fees" .. To which We w i telaV-grL .Pa
groaning over the market's 3-day casm'd: "You mean F i ae A h pr) If a pi
ive-beCause of their coufldelce- VI and i are wM Aserieans au g ar
wrPeki.. ,%any compass dealIy n you in a good brawlU- 4W -lwh Sm -.
-heard r ftaa u. h. a Seal. .---- a u g.. ~g at
-tla J.

aents just eore r were to o
o. trial &l YW.ater Govrno
hivers omrU ag bt d lunched
'resident .IsellOtwr. ',.i
Brownell even brought his
f the criminal division Wa n
Olney, a competent public servant
'ho aid a good job as counsel 01
Lo California Crime Commission
u the corArence. Together tey
claimed they were short of-
ence and tlMt one government t-
ess had reversed himself.
This did not, however, satisfy
.mne of the senators, most of them
Uepubdcan, who invetigated .the
hocking (jalveston grain scandal
wo years ago and who gathered
enough evidence to indict several
[ the grain dealers plus E. H.
hornton, St., the father of Gov.
lUan Shivers' commissioner of
ihways who was Shivers' room-
late in college and manager of
s re-election campaign last sum-
"I would have thought it was a
latter for the jury to decide,"
>mnnented Sen. Ea Thye, Minne-
ta Republican. "The dismissal
s.t doesn't look good."
Sen. Milton Young, North Dakota
epubltcan, also expressed dissat,
"How can American wheat farm-
rs expect to sull abroad in co-.
etition with Canada," ne said,
'when Canada maintains strict in-
pection of its wheat exports while
nmerican wheat is sent to ports
ke Galveston where it's mixed
ith hog feed and ~milo maize,
en seun abroad as supposedly top
trade American wheat?
"The American farmer doesn't
low his wheat is being mixed
ith hog feed and he's thp obe iq
e long run who sffers.'4
Senator Young referred to the
et that to snhploaas of the im-
re Galveston wheat was sold
the Swiss who refused to take
liverv Several shinlnda were I

ues." H went on to ex t"
e- hi-ta
ile sampler had to i
down\tatches. W.',
The most amazing 4 aout
Attorney Gneral. rvnq i S
was thatAdd. 012.
Sub-committee armiadyOe.
ped all the evidence a proueU/
attorney would appear to need t
take the case to court.
In page after page of the Senate
hearings are frank statements of
graft and wrongdoing-how the
damaged Caaidian wheat was im.
ported through Duluth at less than
regular duty because It wa s sup.
Posed to be hog feed, how It.Was
carefully shipped to the friendly
and cooperative Galvston docks,
hhw it was mixed with govern.
qient wheat and how the' Butge
Corporation" then collected subsidy
payments from Uncle Sam. It's
all spelled out in the Senate hear-
in gs. a.
furthermore, though the Justice
Department libied that there was
no evidence any Galveston dock
officials profited from the transac-
tion, this is directly contrary to
the facts.
At Galveston, bribes were paid
to D. J. Sweeney, assistant superin.
tendent of Elevator B, totaling $5,
500 during tht same three years!
that the Canadian hog feed Wai
recrely mixed and loaded. The
bribes ere paid by S. P. Perich,
vice-president of the Store For-
"iarding Co., which handled all
shipments for the Bunge Corp.

so sent to the West Uerman te- R
public, a country we are trying to BRIERY IS COMMON
ep riendlyto t he West. Tey, Senator Young unearthed the fact
however, accepted the wheat and that oribery-called "Christmas
ed it even though later found to'presents'-was a Common Custom
"unfit for human consumption" in loading gra common custom
"That's the kind of reputation i loading gram,
r wheat is getting abroad," Sen- "You wouldn't c a 11 $5,500 a
r wYetsng commentedto, bribe?" asked the incredulous eS.
Lor Y-ng commented. ato You- :fM'Prc
He also referred to the fact that str Young ,S Mr. Perich.
e Bunge. Corporation, an. Argen- "No, Sir," replied Perich,"zot
i~t aCrpoationo encompared to what we paid our oth,
ne firm, made it a regular prac- r employees."
e to ship its wheat to Galveston But he was an employee in a
here it had a friendly arrange public warehouse" remonstrated
ient with, the Galveston CityGr T ain o
evators of which E. I. Tho -H e Wa.,? harbor -nastA em
a oth manager, to-m i$a rr s r y.h ra I. snn .. s.fin"

eg of the U.S. lnSipeectr, '
ornton brazenly admitted to

money but omit what Stock Ex-
ange Pres. McCormick testified:
hat your report was accurate.-
d the Amurex denial was un.
ue! What chumps they are
ring you the chance to debunk
eir obvious slanting on your ca-
eras Sunday eve'g.
Funny so many Wall Street big
ots complain about you helping
still confidence in the market-
t never objected to doing busi-
ss with people like Serge Rubin-
Ain, notorious for his trickery
Hildegarde Neff's playing in
ilk Sotekings" is sheer legstacy
I'm mad about the De John
iters platter of "No More" .
e mzit is this high, going stale.
e crowd sending us copy wish
e stock market folks would drop
ad. .1 see Marion Colby's di-
rce plan (which we ran long
o) broke big with a timely an-
e. She alleges be owes her half
$22,000 he made on a stock tip
e gave him. It was N. Y. Ship-
ilding, which was among your
st Bets on a many months ago
ndav night. Listeners bought
WA stock when you signed off
th: "Goodnight and TWA." They
awt you were trying to tell them
mething when you were trying
signal the Airport not to sell
ur berth and would fly after the
ogram. Anyway, it went up next
y, ha-ID -Your Girl Friday


ut, ey are a public insti-
tion afr*'t tey?"
Sjuess p,"
"When ytu pay a public oeical
a thousand. dolars or $2,000, you
think it's tot bribery" pursued
Senator Young.
"I don't think to give A man a
Christmas present is bribery."
"I would say it's bribery, pur.
and simple," concluded the sena-
However, the Justice Department
apparently agreed with Perich, not
with the senator from North Da,
kota. They dismissed the indict-
In Houston, however, they didn't
dismiss. There the sa me.agent,
tor the Bunge Corp. bribed William
Fellrath .superintendent of the
Houston pubLc elevator, a total-
of $15,299. In this case, the Justice
Department went to trial and se-
cured convictions.
Senators can't help wondering
what the difference waf between
Galveston and Houston. Could the
difference be, they wonder that id
Houston the after of governor
Shivers' campaign manager was
not involved and the governor did
not lunch at the White House just
before the trial?

MEMPHIS. Tenn, (UP). -
Tailor John Askew was asked on
his 90th birthday if he was mak-
ing plans to retire. "Nope, sag ,
Askew. "Don't igure qui
time yet."

By Colbroith






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TIME OUT FOR PEACE-A warm noonday sun removes the ch
allow this'laborer to dose on a pier at Keelung, Formosa. The l
adds to this serene scene on the not-so-serene stronghold of Chi

my fear of war long enough to lu
little girl innocently standing by h i
lang Kal-shek's Nationalists. ll


By United Pres. By OSWALD JACOBY' Compiled by Publishers Weekly wI

One the most thoughtful and Writt or Service thON
readable analyses of war, its .- Ill
causes and impacts, has been NOTh ( THE VIEW FROM POMPEY'S l
written by.Capt. W. D. Puleston., 4J9 HEAD Hamilton Basso
U.* N ret. It 1i The Influence ofK LOVE IS ETERNAL ing
Force In Foreign Relations *AQ1O LOVE IS ETERNAL Irving1
(Van Nostiand). Puleston was 6 AQ 3 Stone
once Director of Naval Intelli.- WRST AST NO TIME FOR S R A
gene in Waington and has been FOR SERGEANT8 -
,uiting on military affairs for 4622 474 Mac Hyman
Sh earsr1 *9764 *KJ8 KATHERINE Anya Seton
He t pulls no punches in his cri- 4 J 108 4K 7 4 2 SOLDIER OF FORTUNE Er-
ticeis .m ..All i .i lea dsSOUTH (D) nest K. Gannl
in Word Wai II. He believes that o (n .
the "amateurs' who constituted 4 AK Q 105 Non-Fiction
the high command were respond. AAQS 4
sible for many costly blunders *532 IHE POWER OF POSITIVE
tnat would not have been made !%8 THINKING Norman Vincent
bad they consulted and heeded r North4outh vuL Peale
ei "4 ", :ff da M RUDE LAWRENCR AS
cile y draw hiasfire Itlie view 4 PaM 4n-*.. 'Pm MRS. Richard Adric'
that the United Stites must wait 4 N.T PANs 5 Pass MY SEVERAL WORLDS Pearl
ti u L re ; t^ P MY SEVERAL WORLDS Pearl
until it' -s attackWe before It 6 PO Pan Pns S. Buck
can .fighLt. He warns, that "giving Opening lead--46 J
the enemy a free hand to deliver TREADMILL TO OBLIVION -
the first blow" is giving him a Fred Allen
great advantage and would. make I .
it difficult to deliver instant, ter- It's very natural to rejoice when ABRAHAM LINCOLN Carl
rible and sustained atomic retalia- your luck is good and to feel a Sandburg
tion," He sa)y if an aggressor ap- title sad when your luck is bad. SATURDAY EVENING
pears to be readying an attack enly'rarely do you get the chance THE SATURDAY EVENING
we should give him a deadline of to rise above bad luck, as my POST TR&ASURY Ed. by
12 or 24 hours to dismount it. If iend, Henry Chanin, did in the Roger .P Butterfield
be did not "we would feel free bridge hand shown, today.
to attack at once,' and at least Chanin knew that he was bid-N Tu M aal
start on an even footing or gain ding the South han the the hilt. New TMarahon
the initial advantage. His partner's first response showed
Puleston scoffs it unified com. a count of 16 or 17 points, which I
mand as unworkable. "A fly goinglieant that the combined count In Progress On Ga.
around-on a wagon wheel has as was only 31 to 32 points in high g s O
much control of the wagon as the cards. D alllA llalA
ablest Secretary of Defense can I lR olU J llUll
ever have over the huge Depart-I Nevertheless Henry pushed
ment of Defense.' ahead to the slam in spades. This COVINGTON, Ga., March 18 -
vas slightly optimistic, but far (UP) -Another tune marathon is
Of the United Nations Puleston Lrom unreasonable. in progress on radio station WG-
takes. a skeptical view. He thinks West opened the Jack of clubs, IS in Covington.
it is too soon to pronounce it a and Chanin considered his best line Hamilton Masters, station man-
failure, but since "it cannot avert of play. Let s consider the hand ager, aid that since the station
cr suppress war it is not yet -a long with him. Sir.ce we can see signed on the air yesterday morn-
success.' iall te cards we can tell that both lig It has been playing conti-
Although "wars may exact a finesses in diamonds and the fin. nuously, except for two ne ws
frightful toll from mankind' they,esse in club are doomed to fail. broadcasts, a record entitle d
may abo "confer benefits that are ure. Moreover the hearts are not "They Don't Have to Operate, All
usually overlooked,' says Pules- koing tu brca? 3-3. In short the They Do is Pill the Zipper."
ton. He cites industrialization uf luck is almost as bad as it could The record is a hill-billy tune -
the U. S. ai a result of the War be. written and recorded by 0 Otis |
ri 1812. "World War I changeij Chanin couldn't tell that he was Parker, a member of the WGFS
us from, a debtor to a creditor 1oing to run into such bad luck staff.
nation World War II stirred out he found a way to get around Masterr said by mid-afternoon
up our economy from the stag- it anyway. He won the first trick tie record ned been played 257
natiO of the thirties the ad- ith dimmy's ace of clubs and times.
,ent of atomic power through the ruffed a clab with the queen of '-We're not trying to break any
war .is only the latest an. most spadei. He Got back to dummy marathon records set by anybody
spectacular example of this pro- by leading the low trump to dum. else," Masters said. "We Just
cess.) In fact he concludes that my's eight and ruffed another low want to show t gt a lot of people
the World +without war would be' rub with the king of spades. litsen to radio."
pretty dulL "if the United | Continuing his .plan, Chanin led He said the station's telephone
Nations preserved world peace for the ten of spades to dummy's jack has been ringing constantly since
eighty ears. only interplanetary and ruffed out dummy's last club shortly after the marathon play.
Invadeas. would rejuvenate citi- with the ace of spades. This ing started.
zenw of. our world." cleared up, the entire club suit and
-- left declare without a trump in
John P. Marquands latest-inter- his hand. Scout N ew s
pretition f American business as
detailed in. a finely drawn pic-| Chanin next led a haert to dum-
ture of the rime of an American my's king and led the nine of' nDistrict I the Canal Zone
businessman, "Sincerely, Willis spades to drew West's last trump. Gir ^S. ou the h e Zo
Wae (Little Brown). East and South each discarded a r.onthly meeg recently at Mrs.
iir -grew up in the ,lamonJ on this trick.- Jane D.* Appe's quarters on Fort
Hareibelting mills a family. It was now time to try out the' obe. The n htrod r..
oaed tshition presided over by heart. Chan cashed th e a and I a "he e "'g e Ft.
queen of that suit. di.covet.t.a t.ig hu at them e atng swre .
.' ayd uved n East w .,leftwiththesck D Ft.obbe and G bo.
Wted &,,ti on the. dHarcourt hrDtsus. sion othe on-going Girl
-rousids- 'V-IIls earenv le wa 1.-his lastl',-.-t,-giig- t s.otal cookie ale was the mahin
entwiled wi h tbosi of the Har- trick business of the day. Mrs. Fred
atrt A. s ad ..B.. At this point iast's lst twothe edtric a rning
S .had a pe6" far bail- ad up to diamo sacdbequadeen, in the cookie money. "We are all
co ta sill.s obseinlg- iad h i t ik n spse we have bad to our cook-
wys i-a5= 4M ._-. .______ffl -- r __ ,7W- trainlg cou"e were a-
id S a, d Be S Iwill i' l c eouedi a several neighbor.
o 0i easyt moments. Busnes- ad to id .a dtrmanu Indilated interest
M or ae It a the, to r cominules in the Girl
Teu, _became, an to i eAd .way. ISout wit-dh *D wr e Ira= .e."a
at e it "bei-e rt*it m ebe gng glng.:
t e ,.lt md to -e-titown the -. t t in tIeeangi
-r. .-m. .- '
= ,.'i ~ ? '* rS r "j da ^ 'n a ab*01AfiBa

OLIS, Minn., Mareh
. .- *year-old Pen-
a J molaond was kept alive
ftth ', rtwed"! heart and
luAgs vaiA' u.taln. friend yester-
da w su ns performed a
rre and deucati operation on her
heart. ,
The- sorgery apparently w a r
sueceihalu tle dramatic. at-
lemt. to give the little girl a nor-
maal ie.
Pen ny Rae, ,who bad a small
hole in tbe wall of the heart be-
tween th, a'ping cham b e r s.
was reported *: 'pretty g o o d"
cpfdit after Ue operation at a
Universlt of Minnesota hospital.
A university spokesman said
" went smoothly" in
the radlicly pew operation.
Dr. C. Waler, LUlehei and a
team of university surgeons used
the "'cosi-ecrculation" method of
heart operation, developed at the
school on Penny Rae.
In this method, the action of a
donor's heart .and lungs are used
to maintain circulation of purified
biood in the body of the patient.
Ip Penny Rae's two-hour opera-
tion a family friend form her
home town -of Waukesha, W i s.,
Ted Goodmin. 41 lay on a paral-
lel perat tabe With 'her.
Plast, tubes ahd a simple
pump connected Goodman's cir.
ulat sy tem,with that of Pen-
ny 1:11. '
Surgeons were able to tie off
Ler heart,-collapse her lungs and
work visually and at leisure on
her heart while Goodman's blood
system kept her alive.

at nursea and doctors aceompa-
nying Jher.
Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clif-
fntd Raymond, waited In a* ante.
Loom. They said Penny Rae was
a brave little girl and had com-
plete "faith and no fear."
The child'q development had
been slowed by the congenital de-
fect in her heart, a hole smaller
t:an a quarter that failed to close
properly and led to congestion in
the blood stream. The doctors
rewed up, the hole with silk su-
The 'operation was the 36th of
its kind here since Lillehei and
his associates performed the first
on a 13-month-old boy March 26,
1954. The first operation was one
similar to Penny Rae's and mark-
that an Inter ventricular defeat
that an inter-venricular defect
was repaired under direct vision
of the surgeon.

Robert R. Collard, 17, of Bidde-
ford, tried for two months to en-
list in the U S. Navy but was
always a pound or two under the
105 pounds minimum weight. He
kept eating bananas to increase
his weight and finally made the
grade. "I figure I ate 31 pounds
of bananas," said Collard. "1 used
to like them"


Dark, venous blood f r o m the
tie girl ppased- Into Goodman's
igs whre It was purified and
back red and fresh into Fine Furniture made of
Lillei' saJd the pump was Darhn Mahogany. NOW at
eded only for 11 minutes to sup. amazing low prices.
cement Goodman's heart. Both Bedroom, Dining Room and
e patient and donor were under Living Room Sets.
esthetie. Afterward, Goodman
Iso was reported comingg along Productos de Madera, S. A.
H right. muanaSed by Roberte Cowe
Penny Rae who went Into the 9s central Avenue
rating room clutching a rubber betweenn Kodak llag. and
I, was conscious as she was
heeled out and rolled her eyes -

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The American Legion will celebrate the 36th Anniversary of its birth March 15 to 17,
All America joi a salute to this "All Americm" team.
Is been a log, long trail frn Paris F ance, wise on hoee March 15 to 17 dougma.
ful of AEW reterans met to organize The American Legia.
The American Legio, the words largest veera-s gaid ml. hio ba e dbe u dim d
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In conformity with Article 13 of the Articles of Incorporation, andi
decision of the Board of Directors, shareholders of SPECIAL O
NARY STOCK of the Company are hereby informed that the
Ordinary General Assembly of the PANAMA BANK & TRUST
at the company's offices, No. T-2-30, "I" Street, Panama City, at 3 .W
p.m. on Tuesday, March 29th, 1955 in order to consider the follow.
ing matters:
1.-Report of the Board of Directors.
2.-Presentation of General Statement and Profit and Loss Ac-
counts at close of business, December 31st, 1954.
3.-Election of Directors.
4.-Matters proposed by stockholders. ,..
Panama, March 14th, 1955.

The Secretary.

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.MIL\AL.KI':E I UP) Per- .ery 101 a bue ribbon.
SOns inm rublel. folks feeling Mrs Priscilla Hargrave. home!
*'low.' or anyone in need of a agent for Walworth county, saysi
comforting v'rd, may call a numn. I.,meUines a cur.testant is so anx
ber here ard hear a message of ious for honors she will go to all
consolation. lengths.
The mess.aee. relayed by a spe- Take the case of the canned1
Dial recording device, is played on pears. One woman ent an exhih.
in aver;:ge .f 600 tiiprs cally now, it to a county fair that looked too
according to Rev Ralph Grush- ..rofes.ional :n be true. A heck
pber. pastor or the Warner Memo- showed the eager housewife ha'l
rial Chapel This Church of God bought the canneJ pears at a
congregation first installed the de. store and transferred them to her
,vice six months aso and calls have uon cir.s fn;- the contest. She
lisen from an initial 25 to 30 daily probably would have won if the
tc as high ac 1 000 in a 24-hour .:,id es hadn't nonced the "bought-
period ra quality nm her entry.
The men ,gcs are changed Many of .he cieatcr;. unfnrtu-
ec"'lv ardl ma:, I) heard at an\ nately. do win prizes at fairs. Mrs.
time .,* day i r night Callers may;Hargrate sa' s their arce count-
leave thiie, rmc- and addresses less cdses .f women who have.
they ish visit by the pastor. purchase *.. .getable and other]
jViritation i team" fr'om t hi items and entered thetni-as theirI
churchh help those with special dctect~ i
Frnblenis. Other. viVat(qrs pick up prizes
The pazfoi said at least two vith somebody else'9 handiwork.
ralls a day were from persons Mrs. Hargrave recalls one purse
iho ar- almost desperate in that 'on a prize. It had been
addition to the usual cDrinkling of givenn to a girl by a friend, who
S.iurn I' ,." r. I 'n,' I., uit c i("a! i fll nli" .! 'r- e (ift a
Gener. ly, the pc ,ple receiving .ficrent color. The girl who made
tnc message., express gratitude, both nursess didn't win a thing,.
and the congregation -has been -Apparently because ..tb judges
pn.ozed at the reception of the didn't go ior the color Phe sub

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M Edw-rdL*aUvs t :s te.o h Go fad th i t don o u." 1 The lookout spies shlp- and whether one'feals ti be y GA .
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fr Pat. iwai. the 'A 6&& =**t of .'M ." Ckyr s l on gh of to b r.Wn youy .1 e:. n, .
l- ans ate family. tatha INIs Ork or klM owedge I ued from Are you In laistre gsl S k? An-" ta sk *1 isu Ut Ifon oie s e cate re
Will V a-8-r MO*willhl tlr re-.--" SWOiW,0' 114. ,, Sl tepg hums o ni.oal p. Wyed t1us?"Afraid? ina yo r and a On Xr ur a ht n -
mas r yl a e ans montlyCAGO, ree as UP) have any firthranc e e double? God's signal flagi' ol y aor ot h e a carl. Tavari54 intoa 3.p
i l- n to eav auy a q. Ec ador .d t tat e b G n ew 3snrae t arenGusl e&~R a new t never leave ou nor forake you." I have a few th"ns I yo". .ohve. el y wer (en
o th iormaine e iU oselyz.l tr- -tui l e 0 0 l is our enenfy. It dras a my orly wh n ott are tnhLca. Dltot "a 1 Uaohmosttdr ais yo fur .
t ea is t ot the 1elsut, e. gseskestuic roo, .,18 10t blatitr, ,while your kupihklt
4 it n homer w of c anCheri d _r__rs._000_000 Soroh mend bmevictimhoomes
W- a n oi)a- bu tu Cadon u hoat 1- e r _m- ..t--'aI TAho.aa ft c ". .a ln o. r op learned andl very well the.n, figb iRn U N v wer.I
e ... ,".... ... .. esau Cadonas left yesterday for ~ nnoat l rmle A .o .. ,a odit .s, your enem. T our dotom tar n. .olt.. .,tirull .
Aa. w m 'ht. .. .. aeir .U em.s.... If ort1he bl d- .rsynou als uwai toY ou r s o kt oark o eu ffe .?o t thsTu*. o a n, soe a r e
as dar yo3cn.erents t It ont a g. at oritlejs,&inernJam It -mWmes more pain. Your durse fig fe t a attend. to ehl unla l
Mr -. tE d-rdar sleseson on Wed tei ye ar t.a Ie bda nis a n as e otsouf n er a com d A dr Ify pn, -t e n. ti

rnd ta tArr aveut thne iw herith thee ac.r abo t $' ,00 in crankny W illtae bua beIl lepolnp sChecNkw Y ork trl RvlrU eoa e
rWof aerl trlavelXerer l Brol e H br dw. thel rn ,Ldg Hal.r "B yRoUta ts s ososoou s Lodig the or IC d de ho
d ndMrs-. PA M re bs aemur g d e bo Als oaf u i n t asHavm e l om- fao"td bag ,av rhm. On .o
afta h e.t &l ( to wi t b l tu as t o r e a r t toie with o forever fights for you. He knows what a river's I'euse,t yo u 5 1 s p- i Ru d ,
.ii n Mrts. D-" t w .Arose s..ena de A- sa ,to i. Bain is. You shan't have ore purity umb r, any high st' hi c Wa
A Mrs dao cA. n_ l eancheo anu e e cy ee records that haven't been mailed.r, 4tea Et

u. d iom uni. th Jote os r a a uto a -- tM'resb ,e Ael oO e S on e -ard hnd Co. f o luman Relar. pet | h N -
Thea party n a t hehelands he ids at last e eTion g Y estEnday Onl o f the pural AgWicithtar On Money.' tok than Pte In w
o dhBt it. ed a .. ....... b e nso-n Werea deaig ed Stl o or ep l sid, s w ed.n.,T w '
' im., on.. V a EspaMaa n s upper p ohe ardent, r S e b of her e RI O.- DfsA the i- B a leztt b n f w th l asi hoa an e ie d y e .

bjgh tt lr_ am fw e plu_..y o -e ml --te, dms. o sales to t.. Iron e ur this yo,.e dar ch 18 (U P) i Tde vanl u or Robe Fim T B et p Y n v r oeelatHitto g H ts, a r e ek ., __-
a0 bl m a se dm. tme W M r ls F ra uol l ... s rade mon which prat oasnthe Bra ilman cru e lr o f ell to an ; b.
Bu ,o er elsm. por h eMh Co, Mr U. trad r io l t u" rm o n t h fr' 1 ff S h A B a o I you have any evid ce.
Bhas- M eas d DmoM Mr...D"napdoo a@in-ehorloai b eginslidhyotithlenUeterate.eFinurdfrenw.ip
he hoe g ruests were Biep il Iraw H othgsw ar, seow, no.o and, Sha doumetors.SNo.e3Bll VWtf Uai Kee i- o LnS io CH AoNSR! t e
l dPtM R 1 2r11 2ler.1 ( olp)otdo r tt to ed-|seO, _plW pet un veos o -w lun l a that d be. e veled toes., death atthou.s mal. For'-ome josa resum l.
re Y s uhter., M r. DI ar But a.' .trme M no nis er Os o___ .sdecien r edt aSkilf thed. Tye itypeh W i out on one sh, eC epr tl .,

thisy nhfor visiting Ma g er c iurgth oe. and feate .esca, pmerewih a lms o relin onlaas gr lum inman
1Ae sgu eilltt hei amr im Farsnin, p,r P u, o era zl o-,-d uru0 R doll. pain r aloneCO dshow |v of white gper eaesw you hve os C nl U. mG. 1zns
a 7 thtr a rcrflifco prsenf ore laer Ci ti

I partuuToory bau$5tmr t ot- tr. Ome oaf r pl a n ne m ae mae e pof Mn .urnce. and the h o g"that ar n interview, a
Sp .. u ut Jo i ne o e aser o kyscra rshe ns alone ve t eae re
Ue tirt Ive D iT.n-ert ate K Europeani s a7is .Syear th u w e esic ton ped t wn ner in ... a hilde l ss t asked_ fo r or rce
.o me t- a ._.oh .her p ants Mr. and r cetincrease ein foreignud N o'v yer coe exco.mes as a rfrionduit s. o ng a r you.y rimt h av p ctI wa nm d t e
aunll L,. d uw ee olAG, nis,( eru theNew Yorcetrale od. i partunity to show a review of
t ther Ti WEWe' YOR arc1 )e hool play or other material.

twavfoee mostrtvelera, by i h ra htatheh Sixnew Rskyscraper a rtment Forbes maa rineonthonto t

1N then mostI'6 ewah S6oce .t t .r di C r rectors ou w a a dn fe
I qalstation Ae Mrs. Lewbs th e ais mt sh o t ii th an by glass to ct 2 million nr to support the Florida finan- trust
sta mIsi t rete l m ise do a t.1.crop, whichnetted about $20,- dollars, will eI two cier in t the peace hc oes
-aii her twoaaeilrens Cherle and Bran- 00000.eseparatenprojsOtlt*Omery

teadIJ fI .erois he usan pwo is Jose Pirea Aln d of the Sao akeshotw announced Ward and Co. ourselves
ao tl en tHnkville. tui gat Princeton. Yesterday Paulo Coastal Rural Amsogcation, yesterday. titeoteinworetn
w-ndanr g tee I.mivoht Gat o ueli the pr in called p lantern rou. In The business andfnance pub- God alone suffices. et the above i o
o u n go lner atlt. Kobbe at Brazilsa t wt t o The buildings-were designed ucation supported the winner In

io.ka. o a sre now In the adcrete b id n the ounty, andcme up with this conclu- only 2. ,5
T* assgtens wh d lioa m ma A. X a. -- jars. 'W-.-Bar..anas mire n inrhe second yrt buildings inthe an. only $2
of --i"jrb&'L ero a ludew okoa w''s v withe Col.. Ku C.W ; W r.we, W l andristegory. wih a bonus of 18.70rrequiring 600 tons of aluminum
9. di"ti os..0t h ,L.W. C irossbqy the official rate ofpanelfc, a n d I, % acres oaf R E C t0 D S Azcarraga at the organ
SthWatu o- i eisr w ives w k sad t he fA j f romnoa for a frm aWolfsoU victory -than
", """~ Bf y. b, Brdyh ttus4at te l0for from sa conttnuafin of the 'B8e- *d T i n T I I
.... a tM *o E ] -KOo M-so well L. Avery management." $ a n mo
or 61 eo abs" r e hlo "Ftoreterr The Brazlan toBazla It said the word "dismal" sum- pr
direhWn mt 051. A 11nC11011and handkerchief rtfengthen a ex d iEu- Ward, compared to hif competi- RSGreatest
rbre .aff ,,t ohe shwer honoringM rs. A. MM. ra.Pean markets which were led Cruzeiro Foils lion and suggested that It was
l tude. .iAey of haytiead, Wisconsin, was last year by West Germany and man to retire.8Latest I~umbi Releae
ait s. l i .watelandsOf held at the dlotel Tivoli recently.1 Engand. One of the prnel all tar- On M oney Market tim tr the 8e
C 1o 0P, e9005'n d were Mrs. Jobn arrott, Mrs. Ar- here Is also interest In exploring RO r lm
l.'. "tt ar,_few pa.esI L ,.,. baec, &.ra. J. Ai orton ,ales to the "Iron Curtal" cour.-March 16D(U`P) "- The value 0' Bible Film To Be.
a .down safely.;. ''omson, Jr., Mrs. Frank Sulley, tries; among which Brazil hastruepocflli
; WM.. Czechoslovakiaand Poland, with market yesterday.sellina at g --hIAtTeBo
siade" tb Ofemertg.ey field, trai, Mrs. Tom S er, M r A. aesumption of relations with R. to one United-States dollar. Lasti45th St. No. 3 DeflVista
"Met qekl y e e',o adS .d yJwPb 1.M Kncaid,rMrs.iPaul.Ba- mania'and East Germany under weeks closing qotaton was Bble -- How2mA Tuerf m eentitledBUI-ToC K,"

re u_.d r s Jaughter, Mrs. David Mar. Bu tCMe prime concern Of Bra- has declined steadily over the ration Army Hall, La Boca to-
hi Maloneyadth yzil 'splanterrexiortersandga- p as t mont ear nf e morrowlat 8 p.m. m
P| Mr. and Mrs. Ma kaey .let ernmpetrader o dcab oIs ithrtdo Alar- 0rtafew an the The public is invited. '"
S*b-. y 'i JaeBalt~on, pb yesterday for their homeinntiamarket. which lmekldcredit on Theredit c o.nTo lu. The- slump in
C A llisvt for more- a seesIn after spending several said could absofb 10,00,000 Of the Brazil's dollar Income was at- Pugenlo Gudin last night relter-

"aiis k. u at their home at alboa rHowever, Fnance Minister coffee policies upckhangle.
_-!r s D Local Firm Awarded e exprts REpIEFent soremtsnto iweN

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Centgrl Ave. 4S
No. 3 Lottery Plaiz

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We Have Everything
To Keep Your Lawn
and Garden Beautiful
Durgin the Dry Season.

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Econo Soil Spray

379 Central Ave. Tel. 3-0141

FOR SALE:-Westinghouse refri-
gerator, 4 months old, self de-
frost 8 cu. ft. Orlgingl cost
$385. sacrifice for $300. House
S814 Balboa, Phone Z-2950. 25

FOR SALE:-G.E. washing ma-
chine (wringer type .$75; Ma-
gic Chef 4-burner gas stov- $50;
Norge gas hearer $75: Norge
deepfreere., practically n w,
$400, Frigidaire, 9-ft., $175.
Phone 3-4215.

FOR SALE;:--Crt and mattress,
practically n"e, $35; I1.4-au.-
ft. Figidalie 60-cvcle refrioero-
tar, I year- old; Frlgidoire- elec-
tric stave. Call 4-397.
FOR SALE:-- Refrlgertor,- 9-ft.L
$j;: studio couch $25; bookcase
virh heating element $5. Phone
fln CA -- -- I

FOR SALE--1942 Dodge truck
chassis, 1,2 tons. Phone 1541
FOR SALE:-'49 Olds-76 Con-
vertible, black, good condition.
Phone 82-4149 between 8:00 &
3:00, after 4:00 82-5262.
FOR SALE:-1950 Buick Super
Convertible with radio, excellent
condition. w/s/w tires good $800.
Can be financed. Phone 83-4242
after 4 pm.
FOR SALE:-1946 Hudson 4-
door sedan. House 255-B, Phone
4-458 Gatun.
FOR SALE:-1953 Chevrolet 210
4-door sedan. 2-tone green, good
condition. Call Balboa 2-3186
after 4 p m.
FOR'SALE:-- 950 Oldsmobile in
"ery goodlon dit ,, i ,ie ,to

FOR SALE: 10 good saddle
horses. Can be seen at Panoma"
Riding School. Phone 3-0279 be-
tween 3 and 5 p m.
JOIN THE TREND towards mod-
ern window covering, using match
stick bamboo draperies and cur-
tains. Custom-made in all sizes
and any color for immediate de-
livery. Venetian blinds, recondi-
tioning services. Free estimate.
Call 2-3063 or 3-4904. Distri-
buted by Productos de Madera,
S.A. 98 Central Ave., between
Kodak Building and Fifth Ave-
nue Store.
FOR SALE:-'51 Olds-88, baby
bed, high choir. 213-C Pedro
Miguel, after 6 p.m.
FOR SALE:- 26-inch boy's bi-
ivcle large English bicycle, sow
and loiner with motors, small
Triumph and 500-c c. Norton

SHR 1 "furnished houses..
*on qha.,.* Santo Clara. Tele-
phog .- N PSON, Balboa 1772.-
PhdllliWIOceonside c o tt a ge st..
Sont0C aro. Box 435, Balboa.
Phoa lshanmo 3-1877, Cristo-
baol 1673.
Graf lich's Santa Clara Beach
* CotlrA Modern conveniences,
MOdMt rates. Phone Gamboo
p"t. S n Clora. Low rates.-
Pahonar ldboa 1866.

WILUIAMS' Santa Clara Beach
Cottqag.-rockgas, refrigeration.
.-bedtram. Phone Balboa 3050. *
Baldwin's apartments for rent at
Santa:Clora. Phone Balboa 3681
for reservations.



modem furnished cportments Ih
2 bedrooms, hot,-cold w6atr. Tel.,
Panama 3-4941.

FOR RENT:-Furnished and un-
futnished and 4-room modem
-opartmenti. Contact Alrambra'
Apartments, 10th StreW, Phone
1386. Colon.
FOR RENT:-Aportmetb, 2 bed-
. rooms, 48th Bella Vista.
Phone 2-2601 from 7:30 a.m. to
5 p.m.

FOR RENT:--Cncrete, modea,
-spacious I-bedroom apartments.,
-main street, Pueblo Nuevo. Tel- .
phone 2-3483 business hours.,
FOR RENT: Furnished apart-
ment, refrigerator,-gos stove. Via
Espnaa, last house before Juq

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DEYING: shirts, iult. i,
rugs. All kinds of textik. T oli-
cal Cleaners, ViA Is; d 390.
Tel. 3-0871. BSanch 2 -et
East' and Central AvMoil. 1e.

Dr. WENDEHAKE Medical Clinic,
209 Central Avennue, -beside
Capitol Theatre. Phone 2,3479,


WANTED: Unfurnished 2 er
3-bedroem chalet, Ilving-dining
room, porch, yOld, het water.
BellN Vist, Golf HehIts. Cem-
p Alee ore r El Cegaejo. Phone

I-U_ r r L.-" Dining room ana LJo ..IiUIU I i IiQ-Aor Internationanal motorcycles. Balboa House r di i-r om, bed room
l .Ii" Mll&,I bedroom sets. Owner leaving. Leon. 2-3775. Houses room, dining room, bedroom,
HARN i J sADUNN 50thStreet No 23. Apt."7.'An-.'--t--,o.m" ,r i .. .. ,tcnena yard$50i Guild's Upcoming
HARNETT & DUNN biroms OwneAr. lAvng eFORn SALE: Two-door Lincoln FOR RENT:-Small -.ooem, ci-eng ad yA t $do G.lla's Upi
BALLROOM DANCS STUDIO Convertible in perfect condition. l C o bedroomm. living- denmng r oo -m,
HMOTEL EL PANAMA, SUITE 111 FOR SALE:-4 maple living room Owner leaving. Only model in I n kitch. Moderate rent. General FORENT:-Large apartment
Mlr Iaournvtw irl1.,ownlrV rlay To feature d
to 10 p.m.-Adults. Pce-teenu chairs, dropleaf table, venetian Panama. Jose de Fabreo o Avenue V w Jose e San Marin Ave. No, 6,. '? bedrooms. 4 small porches 1Wy 10 rV8WTV .
TeeBnagers.-ByeppointmentonlIV. blinds, dressing table w/mirror, No. 14. A EdownstJo rsh Very reasonable rent. I. de FQ-
Mewmin .........Blboo 2-4239 other msc items. Balboa 2- m a brega Avenue. No. 7, Pasadena; .a
After 5 p.m.....Poamnoa 3-1660 4451. FOR SALE: 1947 Studebaker auruy V UIUII FOR RENT:-Furnished or un- For information phone 3-3491. Da suoB MI SIC u
4-door. r a d i a, overdrive, good ".- furnished chalet,, din-
.... OR SALt -- oi$eI5old good-l condition, good tires, new bat- I rhlg it om, 2 bedrooms, garage, FOR REAT: Furnished apart- A homemade musical Instru- o
5089-A Parsons Street, Diablo tery, $375 -2-3550. UII g I garden. .18th Street No. 8,, Son ment with gas. Special discount menm and a set of bagpipes will o
C 1fHIROPR lAC lTORS I Hei hts. .- -I'- _Francisco.. for 2 apartments North Amer!- oe featured in the Theatre J
tHIKVrt AI I FOR SALE --1953 Ford Custom- Metorial services for M FOR RENT: 2-bedrocan neighbors. Phone 3-0471. Iullas 1ortnco .prodt, on" pr
i .n........ e. R OSer, r e. One owner, radio, heater, Alice D. Monmblow, off Gatun, FOR RENT.:--2-bedroom chalet -of the .'Hasty .ort" which... a
Pead G ORILLAC FOR SALEt w -3- ch 5 living room underseal. Phone, 87-4170 or 3- who died Monday at Coco sol at 'Miraflores' Barriado del opens March 28 at t Guia -li
q l Gradua ot. set with table $75 Albrook 1925. Hospmsama winlconhel.t 9:30 "at a o In .0]
.1hirepgj adds If te years. 5283. House 291-B --9-25. Hospital, will be held at 0:30 Sat- Mestro. Phone 2-4088. The rnop n Ancon.
S* cd years I --...,._-- FOR SALE-1952 Pontiac four- urday morning at the Oatun FOR RENT: Chalet: Two bed- l ill The makeshift instrument was l,
P i prt Avee Tr s.ise FOR SALE:- Bedroom set and door, radio, excellent condition. Union Church. The services will rooms, maid's room, living room, devise by Warner Hoyle, who Is
11 b1eak am Lu.a Theatre' other furniture; brand new refri- Phone rjalboa 1317. be conducted by the Rev. WillIpm dining room. 2 porches, kitchen. In charge of set, COnatructloh.
S.erator. Jeronimo do la Qssa St. Baldwin. of the Cocoll Epis8.-opa bathroom, large vard Furnished ince the play calls for a Ba- e
13-16. Atrtqrgent ,g.fo5 p.m. FOR SALE--1951 Morris Minor, Church. or unfurnished. Jose de Fabrega nuto musical Instrument. Hoyle
"Insure In -ORALE "4 Irner stave black tudor. Excellent condition. The -famil has requested that Avenue No. 14. I IIU constructed one from half an oil
I Sure Insurance" LeR-i 4ne'st 2 0'Cal82-2182 or 83-2219 after no flors le sent bt but Instead ecan, a piece of wood and three n
i Insurance" ,,- 1. Ul oe.. "--___________.frtiend'.cpntribute to the Cancer. the V.F.W uni. strings.
259 office -hours.und- The set of bagpipes which are
.F-e-NCIAS m -M RIDGE FOR, SALE.-'41 Chevrolet. ex- Part.l.tI In the e, .oeoMrs. Mouniblow was born in PANAMA LINE Runover .-Fy al Teo used in th e three- act play,
It o e P anumaPosition Offered i client transportation. ut a- will betem rs of h onoluti and had been a resi- On her last voyage as a pas- were scored oma aboa i
io ly ..s auNd .18i: POS-n Bnsoralce 2-4d. Apn. t7of-L i,., P A Li, at the Isthmus for almost singer ship, the 88 Panama of School teacher-who. had brought m
"ias I: an :30-5U:00 i WANIIE I -O rBalboa 2-445L1. ry, of 9i ichshe wast "membetf years. Her husband, Frank J. the Panama Line- will sal from them back from a recent rip to
WA D Se..r O 9 :0AEto 1:e92 mbe The pot aind were Iam- Moumblow, is employed as sen- Cristobal Saturday with 76 pas- England: i
c- I., .Club. Good opportunity for inter- Foroor sedan. perfect condition, ed in honor of her son who was"r control house operator at singers for New York and a to- ke for the new -,are
olyln' ed persons Prisn Furntur I len. o g owner Phone 3- killed during the Korean conflict G to h husband assen a who on ale at Dagmar's, Reserva-
O I dperStore. No 27-orisaentrl Ave tur.4 2leo.121 orgnal owner. Phone 3-and she aerved a. post mother of dIn addition to her husband, booked for Port-au-Prlce. alAt- johs may be made. b ein

Fbre- SenDDa Beats Down Tax Cuts -be Glickthaus .t0 tfn
1 ..- .i t P1 ip T .... *..U, I A'M COII!ge; her mother and New York March 31 on her re-Bat nbo- a

Estr WASHI P defeat the proposal. Only one Sen. Alben W. Barkley (D-Ky.) 1 t ay are min-er ol, G
-Senateaided by a epblican-en William Lner arged that the Presia sister wo reside n Honolulu; turn trip to Panama, she wll l

ba u A a o.d n Iwu n fluraCsm e --N. .-voteduwth ou w imocrats be&oM clboeundgeh er prorty Tm other adnd Newpayo anrh 3r oobner rn- whoa NGTONigh Marth Dal bN
Iet 4 SalNo.n21 ei T ax and a brother who lives cin New carry freight only. Her convert 3'
too; -'V ersey. to c f a however, willn not affect, the Sea a taa L, B
The Senate first voed 0 to.44were Chairman "" present s Byrdtn schedules nor the ow American dollars helped finance
to r a compromise proposal a.) of the Firanc Committee, ," and financial and fiscal Wet Be in company charged Passengers booked for Haiti ly n
P ro a substitute for the Houseap-Alen J. Ellender (La. Spesare m Chinese Communists during the Mrs. Cellnda D expect and a Asia
mse.wiake yo reel W nan S o cut as $20-a. L Holland Fthe J a nd A. W Bakley i t w Korean war, US. authorities didaughter Ginette; Mr. and Mrs. I peechd floor

1660, Ex ten. 636 anytime Then to defeat the In thefina flrry of d ebate Aen th "ning back oneI Edward A. ischer Mr. and Mrs. said at amon oer things,
between senate a thumping ch sin-den William Lger llon darged that the President A t ate Department spokesman toAlbin B. Forstrom. the United State hould work
S 111 SA o omise i n of te tax ratseesler-(ND.-voted with 43 Democratse yoiid he bounds of ation orksrie ma rers of optical r list for New York follows: Nationstrusteeship over (UPorI
t" ut -Salon I v beat down two Democratic'in favor of the compromise jbeidad fainess" in attacking Demo lotI ChineseRed port captain In Balboa and Mrs:-Rep. Henry aReussnD-Wis.).In
Sropouald to cut federal income y wDe r ats who voted againstratx srumntuppoters of the cut Hesold the apt and Mrs.called Elmer G. Abbot; osa, the lan d off China which
i.. xes rext ear. t o their parts compromise attempt' id the Democrats had been de. BERLIN, March 16 -(UP) artil- Harry A. Arena Dr. ano Mrs. i now held by the Chinese Na-nd
S- The Seaate first voted 50 to.44were Charmn Harry Fthe pByrdnoun 210 toed as "demagogues bicow ry fire on doAmears helped finaers. Antno Auger Bernard .. a new a- I
''to rejntEisclha wmpromise proposalled a.) of the Ftoane Committee,05rds, to and financial and fiscal' West Ber in company charged Passengers booked or at, favored the withdraw.

NERVOU ancect by Democratic leaders i na Sens. pubican leader WilF George?0 income ax cut for everybody, assistants, artillery se on trial before a F. Brundage; Mis. Jan e R. Buck- al of Rusa to her owgn policies In
Ssuirre nibilstity."ute for the took the Allen F. Knowlaender (Calif.) ,accus- eive next Jan. 1. Wines t Berlin court today accused master: Mr. aCeind Mrs. Henry 8. riesurope a U.S. declaration agant
ar a e tanl that taxes should not be cut d Lh e Democrats of trying to "ar- of selling war437,000 worth of instru- Cdaughte Mr. and Mrs. Benjamnd Mrs.I In a speech prepared for floorolonialism, the

w Parts' tcttul balanced budget Is in r0 one H roup of Americans a. House Reoublican leader Josedh ments to the Pelping government Clayton; Mrs. P. L. Cosgrove: Mr.'Uniicatono German and theaib
tr' old se lfl Just ca Tel. n e. 'bertson Io'a bae He al ous for the admninisration toclosed today. Jacob Doroshkin Mr. and Mrs., Di M eler, the freshman Demnocrat

* Pick up and DeUvry W fhile the Jn1ue stW must be s0 said a tax cut now might be dty ge thought House sentiment The shipments were discovered ste Easter Mr. andMrs. Willia stiteha out o n the present.Soviet n
160, Exte 36 threshedme out in to defeat e ina. de had chaned.te o He aredicted it now whe n American troops in North Edwrd A. Fischer and Mr. Afrand Mrssa ite there Independent
*between o. to 7 Puhese e rb wilathumping Each side wheeled er its most bli on aonllag wis to the American or ate Department spokesman Albin B. Forsatrom. e liam states out of the presouent oviet U
rsui Trat o tder the co m- twerful oratorical guns. T e' fired out of any ta economy relief. fdtiied the firm as the Askaniag The complete advance pa sen- r atelonesatherme. n o a U r-
M 1 m W romiset plas or tax relief I wcrat proponents argued 00istand onaowllarsed d inflationa- Works, manufacturers of optical ger list for New York follows: Re ans spee h was accoipa.r or
Sua Cll Id i neto lower-bi acet they prinerciptryleg to give a tax Democratic leaders might 2 send gle nts, and said it sold the- 'Capt. nd Mrs. Elmer Abb ot;s, e i e o r n
taxpayea. rreaki to "the little people." Re The h House prevusv nad voted sights ihat directed Chinese artl-Harry A. Arena: Dr. and now he ld by the Chinese Na-
SThed a coprowas a se, the on the t.rpubl nciple ofuntered thebigger 0 the ene 05toinclude in the biut alry fire on American soldiers. Antnio Auger Bernard j. tionalsts. u
Sil45th o 3 P t con d usive-victry for Presipuoman was ay, the bier theoax." divi- ther flo20 income tax cut for everybody HStaterald Quilitment spformer gn-Brown; Mr and Mrs Fred L.ther ve a
i- e iAfter defeating the Democraticblled the t210 to 05 to include in the bill of said Askania, and two 0 Brown. Jr.:'Mr. and Mrs. Edward He also favored the withdraw-
"ADIOtRAlsean the i heiht ofsllSenate Republican leader Wil-. tPincome tax cut for everybody, assistants, were on trial before a F. Brundage: Miss Jane R. Buck- al of Russia to her own bounda- t
SpI'responibilityh" He took tfhs ham F. Knowland (Calif., accus- effective next Jan. 1,. West Berlin court today' accused master: Mr.'and Mrs. Henry S..ries, a U.S. declaration against
S ar comprostandmise, taxes should not be cuted the DemJohnson and of trying to "r- out compselling $437ont,000 worthof instru-Chafee; Mr. and Mrs. enamin poverty and colonlls. he
STel. 3-15 balance proposed budget is in ray one group o Americansa. House Reedublican leader o1. sehment t the Peiping government Clayton Mrs. P. L Cosgrove Mrunification of Germany and the
.. Guaranteed rt igh later today. As it now bust another becait use thfor low incomare W. Martin Jr., said after a White during the war ean war. and Mrs. Robet Devrck; Mr:haesblishment of central weuroe
i lI In different ox brackets." Hp atl-House slative meeting yester- The shipments were discovered and Mrs. C. P. D s; Miss E_- pean Federation of Independent
I up A. President's request to continue said tax cut now might be day he thought House sentimentse Easter Mr. and Mrs. wiamlstates out of the presentoviet
i.S e -oe I hrsent optit and e xcisu e eginflationary. ns earning had changed. He redalted it nowfwhen American troops in NorthFields: Mr. and Mrs. Afntlte es there. Independent
here be will in- Senate Democratic leader Lynar beyond an 5,000 a year. Eleven yea he ate. rea captured an ore mine andrMr nd Wtates out of the present Soviet

^-SS^Wh |t A 1.| Sen. E' u gene D. Millik in er, Jr. lost his report card on PIMRRE, S. D (UP) Tom r. anMr.rl. Waymon ecord tna"deIrstioat f
DI SCHOOL T he ompromi -perso tax don B. Johnon P spoired kesmack that e way hoe from tax choreolief. fund theodoiies-surve y Ing -in Franklin and son Mr. and Mr* telites there.
SCourteous Treatent cut. plan, .proap for a tax th I issue wa g whether we stand ed the aey patr lededman that Hound Mar e umnts used to measuring here S ameron.n Guile; Mr. and Mrs Hom Reuss speech was ccopa- the
l n ~l I n 1e ofzt 20-ebywere ex- or the prefoinciple ofedtaxati by onthe R. Dnmortied leaders miferfught send e-bear Jensg the Askaer askde Thomas Henson and Mrs. r sisleiedea y address on foreign plfreh-
Stax yer asli meach congress boring to the ailityof pa or the bill12 milto House-Se townate con1 Ier-on Crow speak a little loud hederwoes by other house first-term
45th. St. No. resident could veto et. company. the biggerMthe dlvia. A ther floor vote. The commit. A State Department s shear o." It Mr and M rs. Joi eph L. Laed to express their views as to
S. After defeating the Democrat write "for." tee then would have the job of said Askania recned C rw w Ms a. and Mrs. Arthur Le-' what should be done on foreign
u V compromise, the Senate moved on onson and other Democrats w4rkinn out 9 compromise before defense caonracts plus the- same.cler.; Mr.. and Mrs. Jamrs La-Polley problenra.
Tel. 3 5-1- Ito, other proposed amendments innspeoi the Republicans sponsored t cards. 1'nt in German coumenMrs. LucilleMan and The mass speech-ma kine bsaid
Spe f finishing action on the tax reli for business as year terpart fund s-a total of 2,400 Mr and Mrs. Frank Marsh Mr the i l Dw-makers, who am- itself lat er today. As ft nowbut opposed it nowofor low income 00i--during the Korean war. and Mrs. Water M w s a pha In advance they were
.. it woul carry out the.oups, Mrost of the relef n the LOST AND FOUND TeMule;'r dMrs. Lin"d .sle a s indidus, b rohtx- ,,
S MXR ae. lm'Presient's request to continue, Democraticecompromise would, b-h'" -t t, etuto tn am le o -tle
fS a Mave n jIresent corporation and excise' hhve gone to persons earning less BACRAMENTO. Calif. -(UP)- INDIAN TALK Nle: Mr. anr. .-, Pater an R e nd aumovement, lem-oroi
0i'M!I 2-2562 sales tayes another ve'f beyond'loan $5,000 a year. IMFleven year. and Mrs.Clare c Pettit, tshnen--or mosp'of the.- ,_
Vil"l a SCHOO 1 Tec risSen. ugene D. Milllkin er, Jr., lost his report card on PIERRE, S.D -- (UP) --TomtI.ia .da-s a."rM en-od m"fttho o-
DomeSCHO I OL provided for a tax cut, beginninglon tax legiul tion, defended theiay patrolman finallv found Mar-Ia legislative hearing here. Sen.Sandwich:AsconceMranr s. H eld by Reusx,ptheo
t- e 1X0279 1 next Jan 1. of 120-a-year for each!t-x reform oiR$ passed by the, tired and still fearful head-4. C. Jensen (R-Parker) askedlId o Se an and r s. Jam es As c tonputeivma nybfous the-
Ihce 3 .0279 21a-payeo and $if for each de- ,pJblican eontrw led Congress last I lng south 12 miles from town at 1 [Iron Crow 'tr speak a little loud-- : chlldrerd wa tooputa mn re sh- .
..... t.... .pen t c rtA. siawsband or-. wife. ;tear. He said the 1954 law wasls. m. Now Marvin knows lost boyslet so-they all can hear oyu." It Mra. anad Mrs. william. Sconeider mn s n roa.-.. .I
Flee N A- % a .t. t party written "for t.,,benefit of all the 'are more important than lost re- developed th. Iron Carow was Miss Lena Schneider; Mr... and .._ of aold, a
ranks to vote with 45 Republicans people. part card speaking In S;oux. Mrs. Howard J./Stag, Ill.: ;Mr foreign Polic,.
Mrs.'' 111eO"M .Tand re rtand this move was dropped on ad-

P hts I Mr. and Mrs. Al der.coeeler. s
the bills, drawn with pencil end an
7. AB P'tTON' t ,Ia..---- .. colored by wax crayon, were ex- iz
Omits -ID' aldomlaIe flpS-IIPUII ecuted In "amdlilbgfl aeurate psi
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Scout News
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oySout s troop N. S and Cub'
ck Nu 5 recently organized. i .,
onsored bly the Ca Iedrl t ,
ike, Ancon, C. W be
nted their .-offic.,, arte i
>y Scalt Council Sovt uts ,
America, tomorrow It.,
It is expected that a 1b
esently enrolled in troop No. S 5
d Pack No 5 ancdtheir parts,
iU attend this present a t loi. '
en will be a Bishop
orris hall at 6 p.m. preceding
e charter presentation.
Boy Scout troop No. 4, Diablo,
I by Bob Roche,
dI assist in the investiture Cqk ","
ny in which the Teadeifeet of
rop No. L will become reqog. .,, -
:ed scouts. .. :*..
Bll Taylor formerly with '
. 4, Diablo .and, more m rneat'.
th the Explorer -scouts i us ieu .,
ister.,of troop No. &
John A. -Cooper is eubm aster
Pack No.-5. Edward J. l, ,j
the institutional eprnsetati
r both troop No. 5 and Pa .

Vied SIts.r t .o *
er. Altman al members of.
Dy Scout CG1I M 10L AOL au
1i present the charters. Z
oop and pck.
t is interesting to note tghatB A
out troop No. 5 wasll awarded .
st prize at the Camporee cT r
acted last weekend at Fort I.b .
in and that it won an Arca. a.
rd. .
Boys interested in Joibing troop
. 5 or pack No. are invted.
attend the presentation. Those -
eresled in efls i be dnt
be chargM id tf,. e door.

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nm-flnali of the alion4EpB-
Lion Tournament, but qt
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ilYWOOD '-(N.A- Guys WIN OR LOSE in the Oscar race,
pDol.z: Lou Costati may be Grace Klly deserve a whole shelf
* 'tt Boun Ow on televi- of- awards for proving that a doll
aotMtf -will be doesn't have to be pushing 40 to
go bouo ip 10' eround(relay- deliver dramatic fireworks on
eok-Lioe* plpo. top. for the the screen.
title o6~follywood'a greatest tenor. Everything is better Is the oun.
The Afything you can sing, I Ior demoters decision since Pop
can sing better" feeding is out, Kelly's daughter came along and
for the time being at least, be- I've got the quotes to prove it from
tween Mario Lanza and Para- Anne Bancroft. Says Anne, cur.
nmoint's new European operatic rently starring in -"The Brass
discovery, Oreste Kirkop. hing":
S"Producers look with more favor
Kirkon-the fame sounds like a on younger actresses because of
new close siread-warbles only Grace. She's shown that you can
semidassical Aonag Ir, his first be young and still handle import.
movie, he Vag nd King," and tant dramatic roles. Grace Kelly
says:. is more important to the careers
"It aver nckame that I would of actresses under %30 than Mari-
he gog icatoen it with Lau lyn Munroe. .
ha wh.'t W vi.ywood. My -
wsine W R, ea e in this plc- 1HO LIT WOOD'S STUDIOS
ts aeai i anot to sing in "knocked down the ego" of many
a heavy w a music does not a star by trimming long ter
cani.. 2 s volee." tract lists a couple of years sao
But %eWs area warning light and Dane Clark is admitting lie
for -Leatr Xirkop's wish: was one of them.
";hope P.tarei't w let e "But it has taught me some.
do oMM, 01al s-Ia 11 my MW1t fl15.N thing," the onetime Warner star
.___ ktid me just before leaving for
l'S NO ImJEEM Ike fan th America and a movie titled,
Me". The Violent Land." Says Dane:
GeoreGeabel mentioned on his "To keep going these days you
TV sow recentlythat his ank have to work at your craft. You
wuld not sendhm the statement have to keep acting-like a ball.
of big two-Cent checking account player hras to keep fit. Working in
balance because it would cost three a couple of movies a year wasn't
ets otage-and that's not good enough. These days it's everything

Cu-pe of days ago George re
ce1V .a. chtek for two cents from
ti/ ost National Bak in Mt
GiA Ohio, with .a ote from
Che.ier G. 'K. Lombard:
"Da Mr. Gobel: We are nore
b isedto ritttoyo the
adi of two cents. This check is
uiyable to either you or Mrs. Go
'"4 ad we do this in order to koep

alind Russell was saying a
'e4lntoZgto. that she'd have
i l -.0s a musicml eftedy
1*, ienHollywood and then moth-
A l her dancing ises. But she
*,n't so sure now that she's com-rn
leted '"Ie OfrI Rush."
She's been offered the starring
role in nother.filmusical and while
thinking It over she's saying:
**AyV.eyeow say you're never
go g to do an again, yO 're
n ah, eIt" any y ad tin me
I'd wind p dong musical work
five years ago I's have said he
was Insane. I don't sitg. I just

-movies, iv, #ayys, et snuuws
-and actors wia be better actors
because of it." '

Children's Bureau

Probes Into Illegal
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CASE OF THE "STOLEN" TORSO-Shapely plotoraphers'
model 4nn Jones, right complains that a picture of her scantily
clad body was used on movie ads-with the face of Actress Jane
Russell, left, superimposed. The 21-year-old model is suing RKO
Radio Pictures, Film Magnate Howard Hughes and Harry Tatel-
man, producer of Miss Russell's picture, for $1,000,000 in New York.

Benso To oppose Restoratmon

Of Rigid High Price Supports

Suggestion Awards Received

By 51 Army Civilian Workers
Fifty-one U.8. Army Car bbean,lInter-American Geodetic Sur-
Panama Area military and c'vil- vey and Edward J. Kunkel, Ord-
lan personnel received sugges- nance Section, USARCARIB.
tion award certificates from whose suggestions were accepted
Maj. Gen. Lionel C. McGarr, by the Department of the Army
commanding general, U.S. Army as well as by USARCARIB.
Caribbean, this week at Fort| Reed designed a graph chart
Amador in official recognition to facilitate sea-level reduction
and appreciation for their con- 'computations in connection with
tribution of beneficial ideas topographic map surveys. Kun-
which have improved operations kel designed a cover for the hy-
in various units. draulic motor-elevating me-
chanism on 120MM guns in such
A total of $715 In cash awards a way that they can be removed

was given to 30 of the 51 recipi-
ents for suggestions estimated to
result in a savings of over S22,003
annually. In addition there were
a number of safety ideas and
Improvements upon .which no
definite values can be. set.
Outstanding among the recl-
plents were COauncey M. Reed,

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hAdoeon Of Babiei J ustrthe thin
V WASHINGTON March 16 (tUP) The House Agriculture Commit, a torch is
SWA INGTON, March 16 (UP) --Agriculture Secretary Ezra T tee has already approved legisla- hairdo by
S.-Th Ctnken's as seroed notice today he tio nto bring back guarantees that Frederic C
-started a n's B u r a out haow will fight congressional efforts to the government will support the appeSar to e
* many "black market" babies are restorerilid.high pricesupports price of five baslic cropsat90per meant to
. being adopted each year. on basic ar; crops. .cent of parity-a system in effect
Sam. hopeuI that the Presi- thr past 10 years.
The survey is part of a year. dent will back me up," he told a The crops are wheat, corn, cot-
I long stddy of adoptions being con. news conference. ton, peanuts and rice. Under the
e ducted for the bureau by social Benson said the nation ought to new program, supportsla t hel
worker Margaret Thornhill. She giant a fair\trial, to the flexeble 1955 output will range from 82lI8
hopes to turn up information a. support system just going into ef. to 90 per cent. Next year thel
bout the 20,000 adoptions arrange. feet on this year's crops. He point- range will be lower.
ed each year outside of establish. ed out that last year, despite high Benson predicted there will be
id public, private or church a-. 'PPpot prces, arm income de- no increase in the 55 million-acre
gcncies. coined C per cent.. a n wheat allotment he has already
t "High, rigid, supports are not a fixed. I
So far, Miss Thornhill told a rse ,for a price decline," he The nation's supply of carry-ov-
reporter today. there is no evi- said, they are a stabilizer, not ver wheat from previous crops is
dance that organized black mar. a price fixer enough to last more than a year. U
Iret baby rings are being operat- e said. It totals' 970 million bush-
ed However, she said, "unques. Famous US Profile ela- I
tionabi some individuals ar e d On other subjects, Benson said:
serving as intermediaries for 150 Years Old Cotton-He 's "tsudin o a re
money." 150 Years Old quest by 54 senators asking that,
CONCORD N. H.-(UP)-New cotton be sold more compeititve- P- I
Information on the subject, she Hampshire s "Old Man of the ly in world markets.
said, is very difficult to obtain. Mountains" it observing his 150th Sugar The Sugar Quota Act
k.-en officials in comm n it es anriversary this year. governi-g imports will be opened
where black marketing is suspect- The "Old Man" is a huge na-. lor revision by Congress this year SHO
eo cannot estimate how many ba- rural proffij formed on the upper instead of next because "we can
bies may be involved, she said. cuffs in Franconia Notch. He was dc it a little more sanely than
The bureau, a Lranch of t h e 'mmorl lized by the poet Haw- ncrt vear which is a political
Health, Education and Welfare thorne in his classic. "The Great year."
Department, will use her findings Stone Face. Dustbowl Department repre BAL
to determine what should be done It was 1i 1805 that the "Old sentatives are continuing to hold
about protecting the babies, as Man" was discovered by survey. meetings in the drought area.
well as the rights of their natural ors laying out the first road They are trying to get some of
parents and couples adopting t':rough the Notch. Since then the tillable ecreage bacir into H
ti em. hundreds of thousands of Ameri. grass. Drought relief programs *
can tourist have viewed "the tfa provided by law are available
Al told, around 90,000 children mous profile where necessary.

=! l Ve are auuoptu dUac year,
about half f them by relatives
and step-parents.
Adopting children has increased
w recent years, Miss Thorrhill
said. Requests from couples for
babies ir about nine times t he
number of infants available for
adoption through social agencies

Way For US To Help
Spain: 'Ask Our

Advice,' Says Franc
NEW YORK. March-16 (UP) -
Generalissimo Fanclsco Franco
said last night the United States1
could best help Spain by seeking
Sour own advice as to the way
of helping us."
Franco also indicated it would
be helpful If the United States
increased fts Spanish mmlgra-
tlon quota.

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The Generalissino comments
were made in a filmed interview
conducted by Sen. Margaret,
Chase Smith (R-Me.) presented
on Edward R. Murrow's CBS tele-
vision show, "ae It .now."
SSt e could be help hi count.
I "United State should take into
Secount lvr reality should
,lIte to _h--' d attend us
In whatever is thought jun" he

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liver. It clear the ad ha o dea The womdsaful eresd c is
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time and effort. This saves ap- *
proximately four man hours per
gun repaired.
Personnel receiving award, I wO"
were: Engineer Section: Daniel.
S. GresSang, Kenneth A. Xer i, '
John 0. Parker, Constance0. -
Humphreys, Ralph W. Zachry.
Mario E. DeGracia, Harry W. (NA Telehoto) |
Peck, Daniel W. Caffrey, James. .
L. Faulkner, Alfred Hanson, Ca!- STORM DAMAGE Telephone poles are down at Bellevue, P O
los A. Dickson, Byron M. Duff, -after strong winds accompanied by heavy rains hit the area.
Stanford B. Douglas, William M. Freak weather conditions prevailed throughout the rest of the
Brannon. Cleorge Reimiller. Jr., nation, with floods continuing in Ohio and Kentucky, dust
Elmer J. Eglinton. Pruitt room, storms in the Midwest, and a heat wave in the Southwest, .
Levl P, Innisn. Jose V. Saravia,
Virginia Hunter. Charles Col-m
Vurn, Eduardo D. 'Charles, Pic mm -- ... -m
Norman Tetreault, Sfe Walter a T I
Quartermaster Section: R. A.I .-- L .E .EAE
Harvie, Dorothy E. Kam, Mildred
Rick, Osmond .Tohnson. Cecil A. -
Pvne, Isabelle P. Medline. An-
thonv Amato. Pitz Sullivan,* D A Y
Jamps F. Sawyer.
Into American Geodeice Pur-
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E. Meek, Mary H. Cook. 0. 0 030
Transportation Seption: Erich
Charles R. KlumDp, Juan N.i Shows: 3:15. 5:10. 7:05. 9 p.m.
Smith. Albert L. Parler. I H D YUD CM a MuI
SiCnal Section: Geor'e s -NOT TO KILLI"
IClark. Everette J. Spencer. ,
FMedical Section: Mary E. TM emt t y
-Feudlle. Ie aWMFo iVW to A h"ete
Headquarters. Fort Clayton: W _4s .9... .
M-Sgt. A. Sloan. I .m M l ml, 2'
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To Play Elston Howard'

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;NEW YORK, March 16 (UP)-Manager Casey
Stengel nursed one pf the -most pleasant headaches
of his recent managerial career today when he pon-
d ed how to fit hard-hitting Elston Howard into
the New York Yankees' lineup.

It's taken for granted at St.
Petersburg. Fla., that the 25-
yea~-old Howard will become the
fir! :Negro to play a regulate A-
merican League game for the
Yankees this year. A .330-hitter
for Toronto in the Internation-
al League last season. Howard is
hammering at a .467 clip this
airing and has performed
Nte_. aim a catcher and an
S ou eor.
4Wtrd played both posi-
t ':, pest may and. came
t ,t two singles in
{'pzira b e plate as the
S Vanees d ated the Phila-
delphia Ph= 0 -2. First base-
man Bill SkWron. who batted
J40 as a rookie lat season.
continued his spring slugging
with three consecutive ou-
Sbeis., _

Shrmnann To Come

Out O Retirement

For '56 Olvm cs
The United States will have a
dangerous added starter in the
track events of the 1956 Olympic
Don Gehrmann, one of Amer-
let's top milers, told the United
Press he would come out of a
two year retirement and compete
in the next Olympics.' Gehrmann
resumed training several weeks
ago after taking a job as director
S of a youth camp last December.
The 27-year-old Gehrman says
-"Most coacpheagee a distance
runner shouAl.t his peak about
28 or 2f. I should do all right
and will try in the 15-hundred
meter race or the 800-meters de-
pending on my condition."
Gehrmann, when a 19-year-old
Wisconsin sophomore, finished
se *venth in the 15-hundred olym-
pli meters In 1948. ,
Turning to Mexico City, the
UnZtei state d a wLide. lead
a e> is :W dray o lfhe Pan-
flhan afes. 'nofficial
S lngs there are no official
Stabulations show the
a states had 135 points.
,A%8etina was second with 41.



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S'0tettna M. RH, in'
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l1 PMerione lo 7 VIdoe"

I The game also marked the
start of Ewell Blackwell'q come-
back attempt without any at-
tempt to show his once-famous
fireball, was tapped for two runs
and six hits n three nninnings and
threw a total of 66 pitches to 15
batters. He was followed by
southpaws Ed Lopat and Tommy
Byrne, who shut out the Phillies
with three hits the remainder of
the way.
The Cleveland Indians also
had good reason to chortle to-
day after thrashing the New
York Giants, 13-7. to take a 3-1
lead In the 18-game spring se-
aies. 'Ralph Kiner, the former
National League home run king.
smashed a double and three sin-
gles to lead a 13-hlt, assault on
$50,000 bonus pitcher Paul Olel.
Larry Jansen and Ruben G6mez.
The St. Louis Cardinals made
It five victories in ai x Graie-
fruit League games when they
beat the Detroit Tigers, 5-2. be-
hind 'the five-hit pitching of
Gordon Jones, Bob Tiefenauer
and Joe Presko. Wally Moon hit
a two-run double and Rip Ri-
pulski weighed in with a homer.
The Pittsburgh Pirates bowed
to the Cincinnati Redlegs. 9-7.
but general manager Branch
Rickey made it a profitable day
when he reached a salary agree-
ment with pitcher Vernon Law.
Law, who had a 9-19 record in
1954. said he would leave his
Meridian, Idaho. home Immedi-
ately for Fort Myers. Fla. His
capitulation left slugger Frank
Thomas as the Pirates' only
The controversial March 1
spring training deadline came
under fire agali with manager
Charley Dressen of the Wash-
Ington Senators predicting that
It wquj be scraped by next
sprin.Ijosen comdlalned thAt
the rule prevented managers
from giving rookies complete
tests by forcing them to emoloy
veterans in the early exhibition
games. He backed up his stand
by announcing that 13-game
winner Bob Porterfield would be
permitted "to go as far as he
can in today's Grapefruit League
game with the Redlees.
Manager Marty Marion an-
nounced-.e would take the
wraps oiff veteran,third- base-
man George Kell in today',
contest with the Yankees. Kell
suffered a torn cartilage in his
right knee last July 2 and also
underwent an operation on his
left knee during the winter.
He's one of the k ey men in
Mario.' planUs to overtake the
Indian qnd Yankees this year.
The Baltimore Orioles rallied
for five runs in the ninth inning
to defeat the Brooklyn Dodgers,
8-6, at Miami. Fla. last night
while in other games Gene Con-
ley flashed neak form as the
Milwaukee Braves downed the
Boston Red 8ox. 7-3, and the
Kansas City Athletics played a
12-inning. 1-1 tie with the Mem-
phis Chicks of the Southern As-

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At Lakeland, Fla.
St. Louis 000 101 300-5 12 1
Detroit 000 200 000-2 5 1
Jones, Tiefenauer (5), Presko
(8) and Sarni. Maas, Cruze (5),
Foytack (7) and House. WP -t
Tiefenauer. LP Cruze. HR -
Fain, Repulski.
At Bradenton, Fla. ,
Boston ,300 000 000-3 4 3
Milwaukee 005 200 x-7 10 0 x-7 10 1
Parnell. Brewer (4). Schroll
(7) and Morton. Conley, Robin-
son (5I, Crone (9i and Crandail.
Parks i61. WP Conley. LP -

At St. Petersburg, FIa.
Philadelphia 200 000 000-2 9 0
New York 112 500 00x-9 11 1
Casagrande. Kipper (4), LI
Petri (71, Farrell 181 and Lopata.
Niarhos (6). Blackell. Lopat 14).
Byrne (7) and Howard. Silvera
(5). WP Blackwell. LP Ca-
At Miami, Fla.
Baltimore 000 010 025-8 9 1
Brooklyn 003 002 100-6 9 0/
Johnson, Kuzava (4), Duren
(5). Harrison (8>. Locke (9) and
Baitst, Moss 19). Newcombe.
Hughes (4., Lehman (61. Darnell
(8), Cox n 9i and Campanella,
Olson 17). WP Harrison. LP -
At Hollywood, Fla.
(12 Innings, called on mutual
K. City 000 000 001 000-1 6 1
Memphis (Sou.
Assn.) 000 001 000 000-1 5 2
Herrington. Craddock, Haaw,
Stempel and McKenzie. Brady,
Howell, Duffy, Rotblatt and Doo-
At Tampa, Fla.
New York '*B' 005 100 000-6 13 1
Cincinnati 'B' 001 020 101-5 10 2
Grim, Ford (41, Schallock (8)
and Neeman. Bean, Botelho (3)
and Dotterer. WP Grim. LP -
At. Ft. Myers, Fla.
Cincinnati 000 020 052-9 10 2
Pittsburgh 102 020 020-7 12 2
Fowler, Fisher (5), Scantlebury
(81 and Seminick. Wade. Kline
(41, Littlefleld (7). Donoso (8),;
Rosello (9) and Atwell. Mangan
(5). WP Scantlebury. LP -
At Phoenix, Arizona
Cleveland 230 010 250-13 13 1
N. York (N) 100 104 100- 7 11 3
Mossi, Houtteman (4), Murs-
zewski (7) and Naragon. Glel,
Jansen (2), Oomez (6) and Wes-
trum. WP HOutteman. LP -
Gomes. HR Smith.

Balboa Relays Army

Padrtcipants To Be

Decided Thursday
Army entries in the sixth an-
nual Balboa Relays will be de-
termined Thursday night at Bal-
boa Stadium in USARCARIB
(Panama Area) track and field
tryouts. The 13-event program
gets underway at 7 o'clock.
A total of 35 participants from
four posts will vie for honors
Thursday. Fort Kobbe, which
staged its post track meet last
week in Balboa, will enter 18
men. Fort Clayton nin9 ,Quarry
Heights seven, and Fort .culck
Much of the Army strength Is
expected to come from the 504th
FA Bn. at Kobbe. The artilleiy-
men easily won the Kobbe meet
by compiling eight new rereords
and 101 points, more than twice
as many as their nearest com-
petltor, 1st Battalion, 33d Infan-
try Regt.
One 504th runner, Norm Me-
Whinney, who finished second In
the 880 yard run behind record-
busting teammate Andy Whitt-
man will be unable to participate
in the tryouts.
Other Kobbe individual rec-
ord-setters oling on trial Thurs-
day are 504th members Gene
Gedman. the Detroit Lions' pro
footballer. in the 100 yard dash,
Andy Curtis in the 440 yard dash.
Al Mack in the mile run, and
Aubrey Hake in the pole vault.
Other tryouts will be conduct-
ed in the shot put (12 pounds),
broad jump, discuss throw, high
Jump. 120 yard high hurdles, 220
yard dash, 180 low hurdles, andi
440 yard relay. Two heats will be
necessary for the 100 and 220.

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FIRST HALF CHAMPIONS of the ifl Little League and currently tied for first place in the
second half. Standing Jack W manager: Hartman Smith, Bobby DUfer. Roy Watson,
Johnny Watson, CurtyA.chwazrokoe. Prill, Ray Caldwell and Bob Medinger, coach. Bottom
row Ralph Edmondson,d Kiegly Tmy Perranit Basuy "Bat oby" Ratlgeber, Bobby
Bowen, Freddy Chase, Buay Rat r and John Zelick. MFsirng Peter Whitney.


Armenferos Impresses

In Ist Colon Arena Workout

Cuban welterweight Antonio
Armenteros yesterday easily
passed the test given by the
Colon Boxing Commission before
final approval was- given for
Sunday night's showdown match
against Jotin' Joe Brown of New
Orleans at the Colon Arena.
Brown and Armenteros will
go ten rounds'or less at the
145 pound weight limit. The
Cuban eked out a sixround de-
cision over Joltin' Joe in the
semifinal of the Harold John-
son-Paul Andrews main event
at Cleveland In December. In
the scheduled ten-round re-
turn match on Jan. 17, Joltin'
Joe came from behind to score
an eight-round TKO when Ar-
menteros suffered' a badly' cut
lip. "

TROPHY WNN S pta WUertG. Saal, Co
Officer of Headquarters -atry,6 rtHAAAGrotu, Fort R a1
Canal Zone, congratulates M/fgt. Edgar G. Pricd, who scored 197
points out of a possible 200 with the carbine, in the Headquarters
Battery's recent annual qualification firing held at the Empire
Raiige. Looking on approvingly are Corporal Robert J. Wasile-
lewski and PfM. Andrew 8. Walker, who also received awards.
The men received the trophies in a Battery ceremony this week
at Fort Clayton.

Little League

The defending champions of
the Armed Forces Little League,
Curuhdu's wonder boys, and the
first halt winners, West Bank's
determined bombers, n e a r ly
knocked each other out on Mon-
day afternoon as they battled to
a -2 tie in nine full innings of
Victory for West Bank would
have just about given them the
second half and this year's
championship, with no need for
a play-off series, and but for
poor base running of Ramon Ca-
brera, usually dependable in
tight situations, that could easi-
ly have been the case.*
Cabrera started for West Bank
and Curundu lost no time in
scoring two runs off him in the
first inning, as Zent walked. A-
mato struck' out, Garcia walked
and stole second after Zent had
moved to third on two successive
passed balls. Barley then bunted
in front of Sutton who threw to
first for the out, with Zent scor-
ink after the pi~y was complete.
Stuarez then tingd to bat In
the second run 'and Relchart
strdick out to endothe Inning.
West Bank gtt their two runs
in the second Inning as Bonner
Hadley lined a double to left
center, Allan Scott struck out,
Jimmy Sutton walked. Johnny
Bateman sing I e'd sharply
through the middle. Beteere
struck outa-d Curundu's pitcher
As& Barley elected- to try for th
runner at home Ineetd of th'
y out at first on Chimo Had-'
ir's roundbr.'.Pee Wee Linfor'
ended the inning grounding out
to "the second baseman.
prom that voint on It was ni'
and tck all the way and at ti-
end ef the regulation air inning
both pitchers were, relieved ii
accordance with league regul-
tions. Bateman releved Cabrer
who went to short with Chir
Hadley. moVing to right field a-
Zent took over. fr Barlev wth
went to fir-t with Amato fiUllin
in second.

Bateman in relief was superb.
In three full innings he allowed
one hit, one base on balls and
struck out seven men. Zent in
his three inning stint allowed
three hits, one walk and struck
,out three men.

Sunday's meeting between the
two classy boxers will the "rub-
ber" match. Brown, because of
his great popularity locally, is
ruled a slight favorite to whip
the representative of the Pearl
of the: Antilles. Joltin' Joe wlil
be seeking his fifth's*tralght Co-
Ion Arena victory I as many
pIutings. -
Armenteros, a contender for
the Cuban 147-pound champion-
ship, ha" been a top flighter
despite having only 31 pro bouts.
He has won six fights by knock-
outs and has been stopped four
times including K.O. losses to
world featherweight champion
Sandy Saddler and former world
welterweight kingpin Johnny
Bratton. / .
Joltin' Joe will be making his
last local appearance for a long
time because of several engage-
ments already booked for hitn in
the U.S.A. He considers this his
"farewell performance" and pro-
mise local' fans an all-out effort
against his heavier, taller and
dangerous opponent.

SIn the eighth Inning West The semifinal will be be-
Bank blew Its big chance to win tween vastly Improved Choco-
the game when Cabreta led off late U and hard-hitting Lup
with a single, Torres popped. to Pancho at 128 pounds over the
the catcher, Bonner Hadley pop- six-round route. Another srx.,
ped to the catcher who caught round "speelal" pits IBakinn
the ball with his back to the ia- Barrows III against Marcial
mond, allOwin Cabrera to take Molinar at 158. *
second after the catch. Slugger A four-rounder between ama-
Scott then came to hat and lift- teur sensation Claudio Martinez,
ed a towering fly that but for brother of Isidro Martinez, and
the strong wind would -easily Kid Zefine II at 118 pounds will
have clearde the centerfield get the card underway.
wall. As it turned out Reichart, General admission is only $1.00
Curundu's fine c e n terflelder (one dollar).
leaned over the fence, got his
glove on the ball and deflected .
it back on the laying field. With anta Cruz porus
two out Cabrera off and running
with the crack of the bat should --
have scored standing up with STANDINGS
the big winning run but insteadd STANDINGS
he rounded third and turned Teams W L Pet
back. This turned the tide as Tuan 1 0 1000
Zent bore down and struck out Tulano 1 0 1 .000
Jimmy Sutto nto retire the side. hestefild 1 1, .50
The ninth Inning was routine LA 0,ees 0 1 .000
as Bateman singled for his see- Chesterfieldwh ppqd Los c-
ond hit of the day, stole second bans 44-24 in the Junior h
and was left stranded when Dory Basetbanll .Intr.amur League.
Bergere and Hamilton struck out Mervyn at was top scorer
%nmd Pee Wee Linfors grounded ofthe gamew tt 19 points.c
'o the second baseman. Curun- t ,m wt pn.
iu went out one, tw three in """*
,heir half of the ninth., STNDINGS
Except for Cabrera's lapse in a INGS
'he eighth and Barley's a t- R,.m n i .M
empt to get the runner fro mv .. 0 1 00 '
hird instead of the easy play .,coro 1 .000
*'n the batter, the game was well 0 .000
played and boh sides were de-. Ra s defeated L&M in tSh
'rvin. of victory. Even in de- am.e Foo.e.Ws L e 15-13.
Iat either team would haveO Waa niots. game al. te way
|oked great and therefore it tis n l.Srescred two of his
od that Cocoll's park has no uP ssover adatot
|hts as these boys might still over Fa- -ot _
Ive been at It in one of the _
osest and best played games of ale for the faln lad especially
,e season. This ame will bet corresponnt .One more
*played on Thuralay, March i e thatmf. odce s serious
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.15 TO 0
Frangloni, Sb
The Conejos, behind Lem Ryter, se
Kirkland's three-hit hurling shut urkland, p
out the power laden Macaws, 15 C. Chase, lb
to 0. Watson, ct
Million. c

Led by the heavy bats of Roger
Million and Kirkland and the
run scoring ability of Donny
Ryter and Charley Chase, the
outcome -was never in doubt.
Jerry Durfee was the starting
twirler and charged with the de-
fekt, although TommyI Pitman
and 'Bill Tharp tried to stop the
Conejos, but to no avail.
Today, the Ocelots will try to
maintain their half game lead
over the fast climbing Conelos
at the expense of the faltering
By no means should the Palo-
mas be discounted, as it was this
same team that took the mea-
sure of the Ocelots earlier in the
second half. -
Orlando Nufies will try to stop
the Palomas with Bruce Bate-
man doing the catching. For the
Palomas, George Barbler will do
the pitching with Johlny Anod-
grass behind the plate.
The box score:

Corrigan, s
T. Durfee, s
J. Chase, rf-
J. Durfee, p, cf,
Pitman, cf, p
Days, 2b
Washburn, If
Reims, If
Bitchcock, 3b
Tharp, lb, p

ab rh o a
3 0 1 9 2

Wadraska, rf
Ralwton, rf
Schraeder, lb
Scott 1,f


2 2 0 0 1
2 3 2 1 0
2 3 0 5 0
2 1 1 ,0- 0-
3 1 2 ,1 2
3 0 0 0 4
0 0. 0 0 0
4 01 0. 1 0 /
3 1 1 a 0

Soo0 0 0-. 0
20(t0) S30--1

Summary. -Conejos: 0; Ma-
caws 2 (Hitchcok, Thrp). Runs
batted In: Kirkland 2 Wadrska,
Scott,-Watson 2. MillIon A..- : ,-.
gioni, Ryter. Three-base )i
Washburn. Stolen bases: iA&4.t
Ryter, Frangloni. Scott. Sae-
fite: Ryr. Double play: yter
to C. Chase. Left on bases: Ma-
caws 4, Oonejos 8. Baes on.balls
off Kirkland 6; Durfee 1; Tharp
3; Pitman 2. Strike-outs by Kirif-
land 3; Durfee 8; Tharp 1; Pit-
man 9. Hits off: Kirkland 3 fW
0 runs, in innng. Durfee 8 r
10 runs, in 4 inning. Pitman 2
for 2 runs la m g. Tbarp 1
for 3 rns in 1 Inning. Hit by
pitcher, by: Chae (Durfee). W-
draska (Pitman).. Wild pth:
Durfee 1. Winning pitch: : k-
land (13-2). LoeIg IthIr: OD-
fee (i410). Umpires: Blunr-
Diss. Time: 1:32.

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MIAMI BEACH.- Joe DIMago had pe t d i
fishing and now he was. Baing ste on nhe U h
lonag-time friend, George (Down Fronet) olbtal W4, Beaw
"The ea was fresh out of fWlh," h laughed. "' U.Mas must
have got 'em all." .- .
It ts somethlag.more than le0 that Ted Williams, the Red
Sox charm by, practicAlly Ilve ti water da behe, an a.!e-.i
ous hermit; who t a to hingrods and'; lth b 1
a wondrous world Qf his -
There wasn't m0uah dO t in nM glb min that Wha lamu
would play thiS yee depte the dslugger WWeetatem to th
contrary. -
"It imnt too eaW to turn you back on a IM,MN eontret.-
he observed. I I
DIMagglo shoUld k That's what he did several pearu ago
And Dan .Toping, Yak6e prMident, didn't elbraethe, heprlay.
ed in 15 ori games.
Fearing he might hay created a misleading impression, Tue
Clipper-apparently happier and more contented tha in month
i-astened to add he had never regretted quitting when he did..
"I was coming apart physically. Williams is able to take the
game in stride more. And the way the league is aslliing, the
pressure is limited a great deal, and a veteran like W nf can
set his own pace. Anyway, I hope he plays. I love to watch him
swing a bat myself."
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DiMagglo isn't the first American League alumnus, to com-
menit on the sharp deterioration of the Barridge loop. Some
weeks back, addressing a Chicago sports gathUerig Lo odreau
said "The league Is very weak and it will be ee al4 year:before
even clubs like Detroit and Boston progress enom. top t W
in contention." .
Until yoU sit sand listen to The Clipper at length, )o aAn't
likely to appreciate how deeply he goes into a babl pr'oblehj
and what a perceptive mind he brings to it. .
"I'm an American Leaguer at heart," he admitud, bhipypa
would have to be blind not to recognise aew far t.a ).oual
* Lague Ihas palled eat in front. .
"There aren't more than two good teanmi Ia th Amerle
League, Three, If you want to be charitable -and -Inelude. thie
White -Sx. I thought the Indians were a dllurae in the.WErid
Series. How they ever beat the Yankees Is stil a mystery to me.
It's still a mystery to others, too, presumably evbn Casey
Stengel, who swore last August he ought to be flrei 1 the
Yankees didn't make it six in a row. -:
"A tipoff on what's happening to the league," DiMMlago con-
tinued, "is all those managerial changes tat were m-= during
the winter, Six, wasn't It? A good, healthy club never has to
bring in a new manager." .

The Clipper thinks the Yankees are sure pop to come back.
"As I said, I can't see how they missed last year, and now
that they have added this pitcher Turley from Baltimore they
could take it all, by 10 or 12 games. Who they got to beat? No-
DiMaggio had been quoted as saying he was certain this was
the year Mickey Mantle would live up to his seemingly united
capabilities as the Yankees' center fielder.
"Well, let's say I sincerely hope this It the year," h correct-
ed. "You never can be zure about a matter of thi sort. Mi
surprised as Stengel, and everybody else, that he hast aldy
taken chout tare of the league.
"I never paw a young ballplayer who had so much equipment.
This II his fit year, isnt it? Wo'Vlie doesn't genblg |I
year, rin afraid he never wilL Five years Up&tn enough -for
The fact is 1 Man er ii]Il
aefseI that I Mago. ms, and Mu~aA weoe; and 'e.
has a fatal -bllnd spot, Pitch "tight" to Aift, which kb to .)
across the letter of his shirt, and he's up .alt creek
The Clipper, true to traditions of the lodge, said he wouldn't'.
know about that and changed the subject.
Ed note: Did Ted Williams play for t ed orforT
Williams? Read Joe DIMagglo's candid thoughts on this gont,".
versial subject in Joe Williams' column tomorrow.


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hodes Could Do It Again

PHOENIX, 'Ariz -(NEA)- -
There is nothing lke winning, as
you may have noted prepiously.
A year ago, James Lamar
Rhodes and the Giants w o u I d
havehad trouble-crashing a din.
ner If they had purchased tickets.
"During the past off-season, we
operated- a shuttle. service, rou.
otine the boystofit them intotheir
Ianquet schedulel'recalls Garry
Schumacher oV the Polo Ground-
ers' front office. "Willie Ma y s
flew all the way from Puerto Ri-
co to Los Angeles to attend one.
Along th.e way, the boys picked
up enough trophies and slver-
Sare to stock a jewelry store."


League Standing 2nd Half
TLe S n Won Lost
sp-aha 1
.4 0
Coco Colo Braves 4 1
Po" Sol 3 1
_ca Cola Bottlers 0- 4
Little Mottas 0 4
Bounclng'back from their 3 to
1 defeat qt the hanas of Mutual
of Onraa ilst ftday ; th Coco
Solo Baes pieked up their
fdmirtn *. a cord qt 1 %6 0
ov the Coco Solit6 Cubs.
was a well-earned win for
Ronnie Hytenin who gave up on-
ly two'hits, and had eight strike-
outs. For the Cubs, it was a
heart-breaker as. te. only. run
the Brave4 got wks earned.
Delgado was the starting and
o1sing itcheri. He ws relieved
by'mith In the fifth.
Both teams played a beautiful
ball game, the Braves coming up
with two doubleplays to erase
scoring threats that where made
by the Cubs.
The only run of the game was
scored by Ogle, who 'got on by
a walk advanced on a couple of
ground ballk'nd scored on an
overthrow by one of the Cubs.
Leading hitters In thle game
were Gary Hytenin and Ricco of
the Braves, each of whom had
two hits.

Ltsz, lb
Hytenin, G. ss
Xarplnski, 2b
Hytenin, H p
Gaskill, c
RIcciO, ef
Fiely, 3b
Ogle, rf

eed Half Ta Standi
*eal w 1 et.
Gibraltar Ife 4 1 .300
Opur Cola. 4 1 J.00
AgeMcy 3 1 .750
Lincoln Life 2 2 .500
Bks 14l 1 5 ".10
Pol i 1 5 .100
G LWe U Spur Cels 1
braltdt Life yesterday pulled
ma irprie when they took
o athe fithrst af

0 so how e-u m

out of the park for a homerun.
Larry .was touched for two more
hits in the inning but he tight-
ened and escaped further trou-
In the fifth; after the first two
batters returned to the bench via
the strikeout method, the next
two batters reached the initial
bag safely.
At this moment Charley Rager
was called to take over the pitch-
ing. The first batter hit a clean
sInile, llAding the sacks aM
bringing up the League's h0omi
fun 4rb r hthit. a sharp
rgou r down to third wherd
Marquard stepped of the hot
corner sack for a force out. Mar-
quard also came up with a bril-
liant one handy catch at the ex-
pense of Watson.
Although Jackson was touched
for five hits, he was tough In the
pinches, and received superb
support from his teammates. In
fact neither team was charged
with any miscues.
Players AB R H
Snyder, rf-lb 3 0 0
Marquard, 3b 3 0 1
Adams, as 3 0 0
Jackson, p-rf 2 0
Rager, lb-p 2 1 2
Wilon, If 3 0 0
Hutchnson, c 2 0 0
Stiener, cf 2 0 0
Lambona, 2b 1 1 0
Rathgaber, 3b 3 0 /,
J. Watson, p 2 1 /1
R. Watson, ss 3 0 2
Schwarzrock 3 0 0
Prill, c 3 0 1
Caldwell, cf 2 0 0
Chaos, 2b 2 0 0
Bowen, rf 1 0 0
Dilfer,If 2 0 0

In The

Letter Box

getting the same attention in
Phoenix and will have a record
exhibition game run east with
their World Series sparring part-
ners, the Indians.
In two afternoons early last' Oc
ber, Jim Rhooes became vastly
more tjan just another Dusty in
the long line of Rhodeses,
Pinch hits in dramatic settings
made the little ol' Alabama coun-
try boy a national figure and
next to the phenomenal ia y s,
Rhodes is th( most magnetic in.
dividual attraction at Phoemix'
Municipal Stadium. The railbirds
would watch him swing-for the
right field fence all day, and if
he could hog the batting cage for
that length uf time, Dusty would
be happy to oblige.
In the banquet league the past
winter. Schwunacher and ot hor
Giants officials found new reasons
to believe that the indestructible
Rhodes will carry on.
"When we first booked him, we
though he'd stand. say hello, shy.
ly accept the award intended for
him and sit down," says Schu-
macher. "Instead he turned out
to be the oratorical star of the
season, as much a stickout on the
dais as he was at the plate.
Rhodes carries himself with the
assurance of a ship's captain. Not
only is he a genuine hitter, but
he has the right temperament for
pinch-hitting. In his own mind
there isn't a pitcher who can get
him out. "Leave it to old Dust,"
he'll say, as he leaves the bench,
"and everything will be all right."
It"was 19 of 49 times last season
and in the World Series, with four
of the.hits. home runs, and almost.
withpta exception figuring i4.l wn-.,
Ding games. ..

until last year, he was anything
but completely sold on Rhodes,
something ofs a butcher in the out-
field, and Dusty was not wholly
unaware of the fact.
"I was having a good year at
NashvUlle in 1952 and they brought
re up to the Giants," recollects
Dusty, "I joined the club on the
road, and when wh e got to e w
York a lot of newspaper boys
were around to ask about me.
'He can't hit field run or
throw,' Leo told them, 'but I got.
ta keep him because there is no.
body eie around who can help
"He must have figured I'd look
good standing in the lobby."
Rhodes doesn't have much book
learning, and turns turns that into good
stories. All the deans and profes-
sors were present when he spoke
at Auburn. One. asked what col-
lege he attended.
side the grounds of any college,"
replied Dusty "In fact I had an
awful time getting through grade
School. I remember when I fanal-
Ilv got through the second grade.
I was so nervous and excited I
couldn't take a chance on shav-
ing that day."
When Rhodes joined the Giants,
he had trouNp with the change
of pace. He was so eager to get
at the pitch that he'd swing way
ahead of it.
When the Giants went to Japan
int he tall of 1953, Dusty was in
the opening lineup and a little
Japanese struck him out with a
slow ball. Dirconsolately, Dusty
returned to the bench.

Box 202 "If I played at the North Pole, "
Albrook AFB he moaned, "some Eskimo would
Canal Zone come across the ice to tell the
Panama Ameirean Mail Box inanager, This guy Rhodes can't
Gentlemen: hIt a change.' "
My wife and myself had the But Dusty Rhodes now belts the
opportunity to visit Juan Fran- change like all the rest anid his
co Racetrack last Sunday and poise and carefree, utterly unin-
were quite upset at the incident bited attitude and mental quick-
that happened 4own the home- ess reveal the swashbuckler's
stretch involvingthe mare Lime- temperament that a good pinch.
stone Lady. hitter had to have.
ed her rider following the race ready for such incidents. If they
and circled the track the animal don't happen the outrider escorts
could have been brought to a the race winner, back to the
balt uninjured. had a capable judges stand.
outrider been available and yours for finer racing.
mounted. An Interested Lever of the
The astounding thing bihch Bred
amnaed us the most was that
the spectators were allowed on
the track attempting to perform
an act which takes the ability
of a well trained and cape
hand that understands b
strung annuds This act wu the

emused the Inatve ti .
death of a fimn Lt. ow
bape not of Wstreme value, rep-
reented an Investment to her A

loWers of the breed we
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SOO laLU The movies used to advertise
S"Gable's back and Garson' gt
him." A better leading or hmis
NEW YO March 16 (UP) -piece eight be "Dllman' back
Former Notr Lame coach ranzu end Jaffray's stuck with- hilm"
Leahy has deled a report that All this is leading up to a story
he mighe the next coach of about an NRA approved seall-

change my mind under any set Isthmus last year with the U.S.
of circumstances." Army, he and Bill Jaffray had
S, run practically tied up in four
The statement came in reply straight rifle matcls. After Dick
to a report that the Bears' quar-!left, his sister Noilne, George
terback, George Blanda, had told Manning and several others still
a luncheon audience he "wo-jld gave Bill plenty yof trouble, but
not be much surprised" to see it wasn't quite like that rivalry
Leahy follow George Halas. between Bill and Dick. NOW
Blanda said Leahy has attended Dick's back, assigned here per-
every Browns game this year manently, and it looks like the
and has been very friendly wit boys will be at It again.
alas. However, there are some other
mighty improved shooters around
Leahy replied -"If anyone in here, and they might steal the
the Bears' camp considers me a show Sunday. Sunday's tourna-
candidate for a coaching jo, I ment will be qver the Dewar
feel honored- but 'I'm definite- course, any sihrts. This means
ly thrh football." all shooting will be prone, scope
sights may be used. and of the
40 shot total, 20 will be fired at
os"t u' st 50 yards and 20at 103 yards.
hAll me hers of the Armed
O le Us forces, police forces and mem-
--- gbleto compete In this tourna-
nT Moment. Scores will g forward to
By HERBERT MOISE le National RtWft AssociatiOn
) M or national cluaIflcatlon Entry
RAINBOW CITY, 0. Z.- and registration fees total. {1.25
These days In this com unity, per competitor. If the size of the
sorting intet Is centered on entry list warrants it, arrange-
the Atlantic Divlimnal League. metns will be made for mean
This six-team league providing prizes.
the communi of after- Balboa Gun Club competitors
noon relaxalon 'that It has should again be reminded that

longed forsincetheagainbee s o oe r had
longed for since the closing of these scores count for thea club
the Rainbow City Major League championship in smallbore rifle
last season, and if they are Interested In
These fifty dollars worth of rifle
This is definitely a "working trophies, they should be in their
standings as of yesterday is as MchLVA W
follows: MelLVArNo WINNER
Teams Won Lost The turnout for the first NRA
Terminals Division 3 0 approved pistol tournament,, held
C. Divisslon 2 0last l8 nday at the Balboa Gun
Navy 1 0 Club's arfan range was a small
Army d 1 One, a d niae shooters shared
M. Division 0 2 five awards. Clarence MclIvaine,
Storehouse-Ind. Div. 0 3 of the home club, won handily
Stwi th a score of 270. Strong 8,mty
From reliable sources we ha winds held the scores down.
learned that the Rainbow City In second place was Irv Krapfl,
"B League will blow thelid off witha 267. Ir dropped elen
its 1955 season this coming Mon- points in his timed fire to dump
da -Thlt, we believe, some- him below hb usual perform-
thlg thit'shotild have been dis- nce. Stratford Duke's 261 was
eourgged by the proper author- .ood enough for thWd place ,.ln
title. .alinbow. City is too a&4the ovalI awards. Duke f'ied
to be having two leagues inn thle Marksman Clasa.
operation simultaneously. It is Since there were no Sharp-
our opinion that those in charge shooter Class entries, the high
of this proposed 'B' League should Sharpshooter award went, to
postpone their opening until the high Marksman. Since Duke had
end of the Division League. already won an award he was
not eligible and Archie "The
Gleam" Turner came up wAtb
Sunday at-the Colon Arena we the award, with a score of 253.
were pleased to watch Federico This left Wayne "Dude" Lucas to
Plummer in action. It was quite take home the High Marksman
evident that his last visit to the medal with a score of 237. Dude
United States was not wholly a was a little bit astonished to hear
waste of time. this news, as 237 is not one of
his better scores. However, the
Plummer demonstrated an agi- classification system Is supposed
lity that not only surprised his to give everyone a chance at
ardent admirers, but also pleased some of that pretty hardware
them to the extent that they be- and in this case it did.
came almost fanatical in their The scores:
rooting. Competitor S T R T
rooi. Mcllvaine ....... 83 95 92 270
Despite his convincing victory, Krapfl .......... 85 89 93 267
we wish to admonish this likeable Duke ........... 81 94 86 261
chap that his performance last Manning ....... 86 86 86 258
Sunday was somewhat nlack- Turner ......... 81 89 83 253
lustre and he should not go away Giacobbe ....... 75 88 77 240
with the idea he is ready for the Lucas ........... 80 77 80 237
big time. His opponent Jose Anderson ....... 76 72 86 234
Edwin lacks the necessary ex- Hall ........... 68 87 77 232
perlence to qualify him as a-top-
notch contender. Edwin was The Balboa Gun club hand-
brilliant in his short-lived strug- gunneds will resume their rival-
gle against the Bean. ry with the Balboa Police team
Saturday morning at 9 at the
But the story of the fight was Police Range In the Gavilan a-
written and wrapped up in ten rea. This match will be over the
letters: EXPERIENCE, practical police course, ending
up with that famous "running
-man." The police have the edge
in the number of wins in this
HE'LL BE BACK rivalry, but the gun clubbers
shellacked them the last time
LAS VEGAS, Nev. (NEA) out. Once more, this is anybody's
Art Wall is scheduled to defend fight, and as Joe Humphreys
his Tournament of Champion golf used to say, "May the better con-
title here, April 28-May 1. testant emerge triumphant"

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Hearn Must Pitch--N4t Thik

,Or Giants Won 't Make It

Alvin Dark aays that if the Gi-
ants are to repeat, their pitchers
will have to go nine innings oft-
"Hoyt Wilhelm and Mary Gris.
som pulled os through last sea-

total cf 113 irmes, or more than
two thirds ef the schedule. We
can hardly expect to win again
with relief pitching."
Dark has ccme to be known as
somethi of a prophet. A year
S so at Phoenix' Municipal St a.
dium, Alvin preditedi that the
Polo Grounders would prevail if
Davey Williams' back was aI 1
"I don't care about us finishing
35 gamer out." said the Illustrious
Louisiana Stat, alumnus. "This is
ju entirely new deal. Willie Mays
and a sound Williams could be
the difference. and then some."
It is now revealed that M r s.
Orilla Nixon, an elderly mas-
seuse at nearby Buckhorn Miner.
al Wells, rubbed the kinks out
ot Williams' aching back, and you
may rest assured that the little
second baseman has been back
at the resort hard by Mesa get-
ting more oi the same treatment.
Dark's view further stre s s e s
the Giants' one dire need an-
ether starting right-hand pitcher
and is the reason James T.
Learn is starting all over again
under Frank Shellenback at 32.
Big Jim Hearn has been a sorry
disappointment for t w o' cam-

A NEW BOY-Frank ShelUenbae, lift, Gutsia 3fb j
talks to Jim Hearn--bl project for this utsM1g--NJM
words asln In with the ifht-htander a N ew
.badly. .(NZA)

Hearn is willing and able, but tween manager and pitcherr athletes. But one of his most pro
more than one member of t he and the pitcher and himself, nounced difficulties is that htewe
World Champions' party are not Shellenback's job .p to get ries and can't relax/ .
too certain about the success of Hearn in the groove and, k e e p
this particular rehabilitation proj- him there. "Maybe the ought to t akaca
ect. Jim Ilearn six feet-three and drink," sa ya hard bitten ,M
Hearn, it seems, could use some 206 pounds, is a psycal culture MIaglie, who could use a Ulit
of Dizzy Dean's early philosophy. addict, one of the best conditioned more help out there.
In his first bumper year with the titn mor .h o e t
Cardinals, the incredible hick was
isked if he gave -much thought |
to just how ro pitch to the various s
'Frank Frisch tells me t his a
and the coaches tell me that," re- I "
phied ol' DiN. "If I listened to them In ersch o
ll, I'd be all mixed up. So I just
rear back and throw that thing
through there. That puts the prob- r c P
Hearn has as much stuff as a. TrackL eld Opener
anybody and what could make the
Georgia Tecn product even more o
valuable is tLat, in addition to
h i a overpowering overhand de- Thursday afternoon saw the duels that will take place In the
livery he has the sidearm motion opening of interscholastic track Sixth Annual Balboa Relays.
so effective against t h.e right and. field season *4$e.- Rm 'i-b.s the B.R&4.CJ .'
hand loaded Brooklyn betting or- feared the Caal. Zoe1 Julor- 100 yd. dash: I le
der, which he formerly beat reg- Coilege by an unoffiidl 'score of 2. Zumbado, BDR .. VonC
ularly. 8/, 8 29 Y. Since the 1954 sea- BSI Time 10 3
"'What I am goingito try to do," son track has been on an Indi-| Mile run: 1. F6gel .BS 2. t e
explains Coach Shellenback, "is vidual basis, no official score Groat, BH8 3. T aothman,-
make Hearn the same pitcher in May-be given. Time 5:15.8.
September that he was in April.440 yd. dash: 1. Steven, R
He must quit borrowing prob- The individuality yOf track was 2., cott, BH 3. Jahktas,
Ikms, straighten out his coufus- borne out as Ray Nickisher J.C., 56.0. .
ed state .of inhd broke his own itersch6lstic 440 yd. relay, efer, 7iM-g
"When-Jim came tW the Giants shot put record of 4t f. '3 fi. by hado, VonChong, Wle1on
from the Cardinals in early July a record heave of 47 ft. 5 in. Time 48,7. -"
of'1950, we lound he was off bal. La st year's Iiterscholastle and .120 yd. HH: 1. GOrene, .BS
ance most 9f the time. We moved Balboa Relays record holder in O rvis, J.C. 3. Winkloskyt M ,
his right foo so that he w as the pole vault, Curtis Jeferies, Time 16.6. .
already in the pivot when h J was held to a tie by Dol 180 yd. LH: 1. Orvis, lAC.b ,-
tarted his delivery. T e Huff, B.H.S. Both men a earedWlnklosky, BH8 3. Oreee TiT
tossed him th ebal and s a d: 1 ft. but could go no further. 21.3. 't
1 here's the ball Give them ev- With the afternoon filled with 1220yd. dash: 1. NApolpcINB .l
erything you've got and go as far outstanding performances, Wil- 2. Zumbado. BEES t
ab you can. l1am Coffey, B.H.S., nosed J.C.,lBro Time .23.. 0.d
"He didn't try to figure the Bill McKeown by thl 880 yd. relay: Ceve, .M.
oppositiontoomuch ands w ia a BilMc ownby% n.,in the
erpoierin though 1 running broad jump, leaping 19 vani, Vonhoig, 1'. .
f tderpowerinj through 1951. He
had five shu'.uts during the sec- r oa in. J. McKeowna JC3 imp:. 2t

Hearn enjoyed an excellent The surpri ut -
sharing a year ago had the In-occurred inat20 yd. H.rH. as .shot put: I eeJr.
dan raving about him. Then he B.H.S., Robert Greene, defeated Morris, eS 1. Dipgl*J..M s
started holding seminars, meet. Bruce Orvis, J.C., and teammate 47 ft. G in. New Reo...''
ings with Wes Westrum and ask-Jack Winklosky With the good DIlc: N s 11 .
Sa Maglie Shelenback a n d time of16.6 sec. Bruce Orvis lat- Cmpb~, JC 3. DeoLd,
Larry Jans en how they held this er came bad to take a first I-n Dist. 1 ft. 9 U n.,
pitch or that. He became lostm in the 18 Oyd. r H hurdles. Tb run-5 High um 1. M
a maze of be#lveries, and never ning events twhiea dasho. C-hN t' -" -I J
having developed a work a b I e diminutive dya. runtHerdash. ght 5f. t In. ...
change of speed had nothing the home in the near record timeofHI Pole vauut: 1. JefflT.
litters had not seen before. 2:12:4, seconds sho'tOf- theCao.H-uff OW tie_3. Cofic MR
Leo Drochedr admits that e. nl zone record' Fiboough, JC. IHeigha 11 lo.
might have been a bit hasty in Using onlY tight men, I.C. di s- -
yanking Hearn after he walked played a great deal of powerIn
a couple of batters In his first the field events, which should CARJLY ON

fter travels to Mt. Hope Stadli'm.,A-the .Ion stsr O
Anyway, Durocher lost confi. meeting Cristobal g addin leurbe t basem5r, raa.
dente and conflict developed be- fuel to coming track and fieldlerbe, S .



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to CaCalifornial with him. y b f -a -H shesaid. -t .PNM.LI tt+i yo o r o cues shHhla
.;_The defense said actor John "In February, 1950-a full year CT IRT IETR ]PANAMA, B. P W EDNESDAY, I .4EC H 16, 1955 F CENTS h o w ner, H. B. Ciachel, r o f voice or s ome
Proadne also entertained Miss before she met Roone ke-enat to Card- rhet ard. eohner d who ce.
Ward song before she ever metmoved up as a prostitute in the ighly placed authority on t wouldbe foolish to gnore e e?"he
e trial e defendant Mdiscardot F. theater d eve r entertained Britain's atomic weapons pro- fact that the dangers of war arcue
ed her "lke n old used sek Miss Ward alonesram said today that Britain greater than thy were ome Kd ot down o the chair and

MChief defense attorney George He said the trial was "a bipe has discovered the secret of years ago. eiwas about to climb On
The names of the two actors started going out with him. building low-costbdet" y- seee whe oatchelloward un. t a
ard hit there e prsociety men came th long She also picked up and goty, he drogen bombs. wao t. w th ed
ut at Jelkes re-trial on charges acquainted she "beh movie actor he source confirmed that the Dlleed. statement that he re-
cor n compulsory prostitutionckey Rooney She even had process enabledtt good dog, right on p1e ll h.U j t"
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The defense and prosecute on dinn eralone with him i n uchis lar rseaN se repe you mea the chair TAIPEI, March 1 -Unt.

I' I-uk-lll TA er-type dress, arrived at the at the very time when the na- y ss ,tmntb Adm. Ar* S seemedsort o ored. ed States government report
henthestate's star witess, "She had no desire to work American production. ere U a poibil t low or gn ar re on command he construction of land

made W W VItI This disclosure was made osu. ited break out in Ania at yro g Henb said Kid s the smartest ships for the na
Sta After she was called to testify multaneously with the official o he's er n said he ree v .
ar-old Miss Ward, began to'and thought he had a sucker release of British's new atomic Mr h r md n t read about ad at Columbia
0 afy. Rooney. Rooney promised to tame 2 h .wouldniversity which pavocatu- The repor came "s a mildoog
S her hCaliforniaandvolv sheor spending of $uit -141,583120 ly of 400 words. dollr ndal, the best s
Sseutor nthony wll be he Later ob.he wepBu t after she t That s about $8,400,000 C ss and doubt that Kid hi Kash ft t Ch in a

reviewing ofcer at the seventh titled j.she was. intimate with than was spent last year before e sa heeryc tei.' that W mainlandd, rocked For-osa. The
lef oherged Jelke met up Miss lifornia alone." LONDON, March 16 (UP) news conference questioning that
Ward as a rosttutelxercied of the a man Hollywhod, n ae her tl Ahighly placed authority on it woulp be foolish to ignoreed by Nationalto aw
he acombrningsed Canal Zone Juniord- Her, innied hise had ever ent, gained heritin' atomic weapons pro- fact that the dangers o wr are settee?.
ed her like an old useinin Co Miss Ward alone gram said today that Britain greater than they were SO p iamentary se'Jlonv1 vIe W

Chi will be held Fridattorney niGeorge He said herself a "soft berth" and i This discovehly red liable sourc e was Dullears said it pootble the .S. fucda which were to av

Eum the lower East side to Broad Press if the figures indicated hy bandon their warlike Intentions ws tcl iMbu in Formsa.
Ward hit theprimroseath long Ward t cockthe East Side drogen bombs. d de u ntil they run.up again witp- Authoritative sources told Uni
before she ever met feled day, o said, and she "behaved like aons." Thelopment source confirmed that the Dules' statement that e re
is on trial on compuestexentory prosthe lay. new "cheap" process a anticipated. He at omic weapons. recentanding craft purchase Ja
... .. h e by Britain to slash her budget for the Far East with a- pens P. oth w M be e rgh, .
S c as Mreg c nd i ss Ward, wearing a J ump- nuclear research and developments forebo h In can sa l th e w Pfent d bal tothe chaiis. March 16 t-U
S tol. enlnw nrner-type dress, he bee atarrived at the at the very time when the na- lnltns states oda n fement by AduAdm. Ar-r8e saes ond 0l eo e nt. odanled at
bbeb T 1e courthouse clutching a book a y tion announced its plans to b aild thur W. Radford, Chnairmant n of S cientts say dogs a o re. color en a ient rha 1 or

B apcialbe jodet re. entalr;he named Larryreenhaum, ares Kreorteds^devrfal hs aor mmut ore a from igta o miltary C D-ls o edI ooneea r ran onethetapnsoTismi
f. d Leo Tolsoy entitled "What its own H-bombs rather than .te Join chefseof.sta, 'a. t blind,i ute Kid picks out red, yel- 0aith Japanese s"brm na" to
SH mme r ofl albar Men Live By." rely upon American production. there it a possibility that o war e low or, green n ciii nd. tOe aend hdfrauduo o
lReviewine .. This disclosure was made bi- a out In Asi at an o adrdS the sanre sps ce ate
S rm e mAfter she was called to testify, multaneously with the officials ohh nt hey dte o re s ever n sa id g ine oa li t fa Ua. ,io~atl
S hRa bo C f icoen lV oshe balked once at giving the release of British's new atomic Mr.. Ese-nheower made no at read aboutier ad a Colb .
I o. Ot ., fmed othnames of the men with whom energy authority ebudget,which tempt to inJect a timbfacl t a orUv vea nl d .. saa l t re me s ln
S b di t she had been involved, callsied .nto his comments on war But lary of 400 words. s t ar
Gov. 3. %, %>ebod Later she wept after she tes- That is about $8,400,000 less h e l aid tev y fac t. tat .ble toys fly .8,0 n w a Il Id t b e sI
reviewin officer at the seventh tied sh was. ntate with than was spent last year before
annual field day exercises of the a man who then gave her $50. Britain include the H-bomb in maintain powerful security for sca aed til
etnirtasdisaduertorthew ever-preseinat, WS Ind.
combined Canal Zone Junior Re- Herz, in his statement, said her arsenal. Mn is of y ard ro. t e seu pears heaponca t _an- o enl Kuo Thnlese in.
serve Officers Training Corps iss Ward was determined to .tS _ity of war. nu c -ee sart Ar seleo p0 -
hch will be held Friday night, find herself a"soft berth" and This highly reliable source was Dulles saidit ispossibletw he dne nOe Is the pnarly T lioW
f rm 7 to 9 in the Balboa ta- t"worked her way" uptown from specifically asked by the United Chinese Commu elstpwell not. e w b a n i
C bruod er r on f heirtwario n tr ar en -t- be abl, to.-l-580Formsa. -h, n
lium. the lower East Side, to Broad- Press if the figures indicated hy-e intentiogsa ,
way and' then to "the East Side drogen bomb research a d de-t ntil the offhoreun against sup 'e A tt new w e vome ic see Thl hae
ung the annual field day and the United Nations." development is being done more nrir force that could w.include d the ePress that the decision fo
Durcg thor bes^ annual craft chrhaly than antiipat. e iIm
e of the biggest events of the She met John elke, Mckey's heaply than anticipated. He atomic weapons. -
r for the ROTC cadets, ROTClate brother, and Mcke, him-anid that conclusion is correct. He said he saw evidence at ih ga was smade after a o al shipyr
battalions from Balboa and Cris- self, after. wangling an invita- Britain, according to several everywhere that communist CONFER ON PACIFIC DEFENSE President Eisenhower (left) For ropositlonin aco, Le- d ed only 16 of a' 0 smal
High Schools meet to com i earlier China intends to continue its n Australian Prime Minister Robert Mensies (right) confer ocio cl l Rio, a 16-year-old Pan- craft contracted 'for with U.
hotor Hoig Shonols meet to er ton to a. cocktail party given by e e reports, os building
efor tops honors. L ast year UN. delegate, Herz said. more "bang" into its ioms aggression He saw no s at the White House on Allied strategy in the defense of Formosa, amanian was given a 15-da fnds.
es "We wl also show that, lon with maler outlay of the eds want a easefi. Southeast Asia and the Western Pacific against Red aggression, suspended Jail sentence dur Legislator o charged o
tbal. ee befor ashe knew aJelke, she hda money. th a a. Dullesrtla. t old aR news sconferene Standing are Australian Anibassador to the U.S. Sir Peie rcy this morning's session In the oor of the nationals i v
S secial joint regimental baby out of wedlock and that Lord Beaverbrook'sDaly flatly that Red China wil not be pender and U.S. Secretary of State John Foster Dulles(right). Balboa agIate's Court. He Yan (Parlment a P.
Awrds will be pCadreent he named Larry Greenaum, a press reported several weeks ago, immune from attacks on military gave some details o i,
&H*ias h mnor Competitions. The cousin of Leslie, as the father," under a banner head "ult ine that targets on the mainland if ItDayton, -. OtherF reeow the rocket's "brain" bfar d per-e NV.
hrls Hummer, concf Balboa udewh en quoted Jelkesaid "MSir William Penny, Britain's do e a policy of open Rocke n a ie tis and stt by the great- provided by the Defense ptes.
S tholre entat cor wi ws are chief of nuclear research, had Insuch an eventhe s the N w t USAF Ce ar-l d $soldier, RaymondHw- ssomet $. S. demand
e, hasi been chosen for the wn- "We are going to prove that developed methods for building United States wouldn't feel t Gardnr said r Hues Aircraftaid however, o
aWeons. Pathermembers of-the during his (Jelke's) firt trial nuclear weapons cheaply.a bhad keelew s rockets and plotless planes will that the e n has electron ue mr
staff wil beCadet L she engag woled Inmammoral aher ets" The "doomxpress desc ribe his or uth Kore from'figh not outmoded regularfied an additionalplanes. But ona ts and e ain and omput

T he n dmisson ater he and a friend began per- checking up on any agreement t ot harming he said missiles "will ass e devices that figu the ff
E th, e eu ent and thisof ea ade Liebler to bdeclar ome had nocall by ethe Communi as astoudingly simtope Thisnearby civilianreerence to the re lwd lhen pasS e- t ged fra
Sreeue a ic tenweion f tr pa-girl. bomb tto prove toltht and in aive.' a adm istto newest tone erlon .rwll
)av lh bcen lnvited to at- led "ek w nt any d friend of Pi enT Elsenhower said e dt y tests tetleal atomic wes o. a G senther, supreme d iand i
Jelke, talked h er about be sees nited Press also al- three t n t He stressed the urgency of de- commander n Eurote. said tee

DShe uodSgn Ruset lf uewayinas uaed 0gai stletlf ? mil' cota y lH s th e C invol l o hads. an atomic war re they attaTked H invo v eat
t First Lt. William Stevens "Bulot we are going to prove fled Foreign .Minister Anthony major new aggression against WASHINGTON, March 16 (UP) ardner said two other inter- d abus and ensuela's
ristoal High School, opera thamost eke made a good deal of Eden's cryptic statement Monday any Allied frontm er a large tt -The Air Force yesterday narrcontinental m ssl es also are
officer. money on Pat Ward's body," ,night that H-bomb tests now are Asia or the Western Pacific. veiled a fantastic new rocket "under accelerated develop. I m I mm m m m m
ebler said. t." impossible withtin. explosionhen add a withe ga'brain thatmcan race that such a war nd ott. ome

th predition bySr RThey o fdets ohetheedStobe]m Gardnerhald 5he Falcon, a sheid present unlke reeloslwtoulxpoios
The c trLate he saidJele received What was meant, this source President a masenhower, he down and destroy "any enemy One is the 'Snak," a pilotlessnt for
TC unit will board the train between $10,000 and $15,000 from said, was that scientists have said, probably would Order U.S. bomber in the world."rjet bomber unofficially saidto

Crniatobal a day that sma taccal atomic Ion ore as one of the most important r the future" he said. t-
ravel to the Pacific 5 .40 epons woulherope d pabe used by this These tactical apons efense developments since e able nther to fly he r5800 miles ith an
redhead to the Pacific a d Ue teb e k on te whesnon Ilands ae *
SA L I the H-bomb to such n n e s h he ofighootne defense atomic warhead. These have l-

reY t t b the M arch of Que P a u e m soynarMtsuappeseCom Te Ar Fore reisase reaty organisa neaquar-
ion com ndey Prand m e sWad, a redheadro hen that no explosion is needed until onf ue and Matsu anears weapon--called the Falcon--Is ready been tested.
S0f his staff she testified at' the first Jelke the final, ultimate blast. to be preliminary to an attackpart tof a family of push-but-
.. o trial and now a brunette, said He explained that no test on Formosa or they Pescaorem. ton weapons on which 'the Air The other fus the dpdvaho."

EStatea can StockCpile atomic Nationlt C 5 or SouthnK visible. upon the! We t'one atsilrsy OfIn
e program for the evening she m to pelke in June, 1951, and explosions would be necetary He said wthe Communists have Force announced It Is rushing Gardner gave no details.

a e n went to live with him three up to the final assembly of the nIndclatedtheir operations a- work. This is reported to be a super to the
honor of Gov. od foowd months later.weapon. e id, however, that against the off-shore islands are Another new weapon from sonic bomber, mu chlt bomber
bon pto n fo r t.ebd folowed m hThree weeks after that, she the ultimate "proof positive" designed to conquer Formosa. which some of the secrecy was than the Snark and gilded on
oo bet individual at said, Je suggested thashkp still would be the explosion. Due diced the removed is a n intercontinental Its course by automatic e-
R- L~ tis hest olatoon. best com- help him out financially by Nevertheless, he said. the ad-1 use of tactical atomic weapons" m i ch n y d- tial nav
,ri. Tme nerMittina. the Ca- working-as a call girl., vance in theoretical and prac- In the Far as t a somen tense would be "almost hopeles- The Snark Is gud4 by some
nal Znne drill team wal vit on The suggestion was made, she tical research and development This Was in response to cues- ly difficult," form -.of .electronic*ysot +
Li said, In Pn after. hours drinlkng on perwould allow almost any tons about a statement In .hi Trevor Gardner, assistant- r The c spono fihltgaeeeohee1
to s rs l spot .,caled the "Golden Key natroan to experiment with the nationwide, radioTV speech last Force secretary, said the a oftion by L'iibeas Aitcraft, Co. at
Club.' !hydrogen bomb without other Tuesday. the guided missile has now. ar- an Air Force plant at, Tucson, 075 -- 0.40
Awards L will. be presented to, nations knowing alout It because rived. H1 gave, some details o ArzA, riz
: h "f the winners of the va- You'd be surprised about no tell-tale blast would be neces- In the speech, he put Red the fearsome new weapons Air Force did not disclose '. o t e "n --eSte
held.dpv will he concluded when quoted Jelke. "Most of them That, he said, was what Eden Part might be met by "the great- provided bysthe Defense DP s'te m.
ebircadet corps will *ass are call girls." had in mind Monday night when en force that we possess."' ent here. ..Howard Hughes, president of -
lins ew In honor of^,the win- he told the House of Commons He also said the United States .ardnr said p us h-bt Huhesj Airraftr said, however,
z::iero. Pat testified that Jelke ,told that experiments without a bang has "new and powerful weapons rockets and pilotless planes will, that the' F con has ,electronic
1'annalno: -nistoneent her he wt h ld marry her even have "doomed our hopes" gre ofoprecision"fwhich destroy mll-not outmodemiesilesaeu-lane ut",'eyes andbra fi "guand -con-ut"- 1
_$orthis nualc wenlan e suading her to become a call by the Communists to stop H, nearby civilian areas. their proper place, in the- ver--etas ition "at the speed of
rl r the public entwellam.rthe sdgirl. boml tets. Dullies told the news confer- growing arsenal a -e.-ballig t"-

Almstevrygir yu 0come involved again in any v problem over a large area. ownoway but surely narrowing But he told a prs coferece,

Modyw ntproperl.y un-I th republic, it was announced Red China embarked on open suing dodging B-17 bombers--Air command.'-

derstood" and he restated his toay .y mranoOn lsennman,. wa'n WrdWERo-W.usedA .
d much cricm in Japn and C oshold enjoy no immunity from rated when the Falcons 4 Allied commanders would have
some confusion in the United The cork at the tip of the new any attack. into them. ofthe 14 mem-
States. 'cigaretis" of the fined quat F, Gardner also gave a RguardO hersO atomic wBp-
"Peace is now being mAin- s- Fraone To Build fd details of the "Atla sad. to" l B W RT at .
this Ia so because the United ufactured n n ualand and is Il- disclosed last month. arileyhmlis
Bsodsl tse last monthS b Th ermo-N ucleor s TERESA I
.i States has a strong military mso of the whidst quanty, ei Thermo-Nucle r Gardner said the Atlas ias hurl- mm r ,
miht. mann add. ed sns-akward bv rocket motors do- .AM .
"Ifthe stocklling of atomic The Pasma Tobacco Co.. Weapons-Faure veloping "millions of horepowe
bombs in satn is to create a which startd maihufattri within seconds "
great to world peace, that s "Panm" ad Reales" March (UP) Pr- He said it travels sl al
t Rood. But if it contributes arets last ye, also began pro mier gae sd sand mils as hour
pe. I thAink s all riqhto ducin pipe taoee only a few withllt race w build a thermo will "present the e wth
ha ve the bombil Janan. weeks 6' r W irpon by herself or It m i aeredily v L S
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