The Panama American


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


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


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

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University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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Russia Reportedly Gives Subs

To Chinese Communist Navy

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TAIPE March 21 (UP)-The
Chinese Nationalla official news
i agency reported today Russia
SA has turned over 10 submarines
wj \ to Communist China as part of
V a transfer of 100 Soviet. vessels
to the Red forces.
IAINAN W. The Central News Agency re-
port said the underseas craft
iPiN were handed over in a ceremony
ILIPIN eb. 28 at the Manchurian zmatl
L ae of Port Arthur.
O R e submarineslater st wM to

aLo M.

3-mnrjwF t w-Coibo at pOt(1 4 ovUe p. Th
caneutain of the ship has refused W -P IS aS hCO bO. (2) "a
ecrew- refuAses t sail pa'st ltao (3). Owner's have t1a4
the captain to beCready to tranaUg fuel gt a rtdheavous in
the open sea. Chinese Natlilallst. fetMat the Aruba may run
the op' the blockade and be*l for Canton (4).

Red Chinese Won't Pick Up

Jet Fuel From Wary 'Aruba'
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HELSINKI, March 21 (UP) -
Red China has refused 'to send
another tanker to pick up the
F.Ilsh vessel Aruba's jet fuel
cargo, informed shipping
sources said today.
Peiping reacted "very nega-
tively" to the proposal or tfear
that Chinese Nationalist war-
ships already lying in wait for
the Aruba would capture the re-
lief vessel these sources said.
The Aruba's crew In s new
statement Irom the Finnish sea-
men's union stood by 11 fefinal
to saUl any farther toward Red
China than the Nicoba islands
in the Bay of Bengal northwest
of SIngapore. .
With the crew standto pat
an* the Coenmunlsts refusing

AFL-CIO Merger

Wil NM Affect

UNIonsiOn Zone
teplte ths proposed AFL-CIO
m*.rg l_ the United States; lo-
cal! bnches o0 the two unions
on.eaal Zone wUl probly
cotinua funet M. *-s ,
Piof the Metal -Trid
=Wto, who yesterday *-
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to come after the fuel, ship-
ping sources said the Aruba
probably would have to return
Ro Red Rumania and hand
Back its cargo.
Ounnar Damktroem, president
of the Re-Be sAiping company
which wns.the .Aruba, was .not
.avallabl for Immedate con-
ment on authoritative reports of
Pelping's decision.

Yesterday, It was-reported the
Arub might pump the fuel over
its side Into another tanker if
the Communists would send one.
The Piznish seamen's- union
headquarters here sqid the Aru-
ba's crew would do this provid-
ed the-rendesvbhs were wert of
the NicoLr islands which std
at the mouth of the Malacca
straits northwest -of Sngapore
and moro than 2000 miles from
the ports of Red China.
"Even If the ship; owners were
to guarant" Iunl security for
the journey through-tbe Malac-
ca stWhits to enable a oCfmu-
nust tan to take over ti'e car-
goi the la Sea. the enre
weuAd nt accept going beIW4
the ,Ncbars," a union spokes
man A.
BSaltly In Its "av" Peg-
at/wv eiOtma toU.
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'b^ a a, gency did not
spelty Ol We ofIt report
which cam64A the Chise Com-
munist rad d the United
States of u s 'Atomic black-
mall," whiu "s nofftrightened
the Chins people "
The Piinf Ra"Io broadcast
claimed B Unted States "has
already l Iot superiority in
atomic weapons."
There were no new reports of
fighting in the Formosa Strait
area following Saturday's Na-
tionalist claim .of the binklng of
a Communist Tunboat oft the
Puklan mailand coast.
But emem eeaeasefre efforts
have cosated to a complete
standstill because Comunlt;
Chia a failed t respo d,
authoritative diplomatic soon-
ee said today.

Rmbling Saar Row

Threatens To BArsl

Into Open Again
BONN, Germany, March 31
(UP) The rumbling German-
FrenchSaar dispute threatened
to explode into the open again
today as the French parliaments
fateful final decion on the Par-
is treaties drew near. -
Only three day before the
Council of the'Republic show-
own these new developments In
West Germany stIrred up the
frob e Saar Issue once
1) The opposition Soalists
0 mo'e d daanded a full dress
ar dtbsk t the 'Bonn Bun-
p141S=a oweroe.) next week.
S)y.. -Tbe oclalU charged
tChancUlor Konrn Adenauer
h "mplete surrender of p-
ltid fre== in the Sar.
3) 0 -man President
of te.\' kton.on'.ls or
the -u while he t ud-
led e"i leStal .t on result
om a-. s .J~ apal to the
~suremie tet A uhe and

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Private 4dplomacy's weeks-long
search for a truce formula has
petered, ou, the sources said.
Contact with Soviet and Chi-
nese authbItles in Moscow and
Peiping British and Indian
officials I ve quietly died down,
the Infor nts stated. "
This is ue to lack of develop-
ient in te protracted attempts
to reach t least a tacit cease
undersangn with the Com -

no new moves

"'Iplomy_ hai tO out of
Idea for t e time e on how
to settle ti Formosa conflict or
to bring about a truce formula,"
a highly reliable source said.
The Pelping broadcast, moni-
tored in Tokyo, quoted an edito-
rial In Coinmunt China's offi-
cial organ. People's Daily, as Bay-
ing "If the .U. rulers believe
that the U.A. alone possessesses
tactical atomic weapons which
they can use to achieve a quick
victory in a war of aggression,
they are obviously day-dreaming
in view of the fact that the U.S.
has already lost its superiority in
atomic weapons."
The editorial charged that UJs.
Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles recently "adopted a new
tone in brand g atomic
weapons, saying that what the
United States would use in war
Is the so-called tactal atomic
weapons. He said that such
atomic weapons would be used
on strictly military targets with-
out killing many villas or
The editorial declared "Amer-
ian atomic maniacs" intend 'to
deceive the world" when 'they
sty "only tactical atomic preci-
slon weapons would be used,"
Peiplns ofica Organ charg-
ed U.S. allies arn "especially un-
easy lest'..the U. provoke an
atomic war."
Meanwhile in a shlngton,
Americans for Deocratice Ac-
tion urced an Imt edate spe-
(Contned ion &e 6. Col. e)

ght Ca Plaies

Join uatmahbn

Search Mission
Mightt craft from the Canal
Zone hav been th. wn into a
search for a Mldlk Guatema-
Jun usna fljwhich
wasport o d t16crashed a-

The planes, six tNm the Air
Force asp two Ar-m craft, flew
to Guatemala CityutM night In
answer to a. requh for assi-
tanee from t1 L:3unalan m
The Matit of ft occupants

ed at ; s .-faW-. -

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Presidiag magistrate

Assembly's prosecutor

Senior US Senator Echoes

Churchill's Big 3 Plea

WASHINGTON, Marh 21 --a "propaganda exercise."
(UP) Sen. Walter F. George, Authorltativ sources in LO.-
Oongress' leading Democratic don said Britain definitely will
regn policy spokesman, caUe be ready to consider a Big.
last night for a big power meet Three meeting.
ing with Russia to try and a- However, they said that If
vert World War III. Churchill plans to retire he
He said he thinks President he would not postpone his re-
Elsenhower should confer with tirement.
Soviet Premier Nikolai Bulga-
nia and BrlMah Prime Minister French observers said the
1iston Churchill "bsanee 1 proveted meeting would bb
believe we have reached the welcomed in France, but only
point where there is real hope if France is represented.
of making some adjustments"
in world tensions. Premier Edgar Faure has
"Some high-level conferences pressed his opposition tq a.
among the leading powers" are talk with the Russians unt
the "real hoe of avoiding war." aftertratifdcatoi of the Par

eiM 4.fsethat too bi.a m. eet.
ang would not aoeomipisU
State Department officials
said George's proposal was
"more or less" In line with the
department's thinking. But they
poted out that the Adminis-
tration has maintained conals.
tently that the United States
should commit Itself to such a
conference only when there are
prospects it will be more than

Lone Passenger

Injured As Ddriver

Falls Off To Sleep
The sole passenger on an Ar-
raljan-boilnd bus was seriously
Injured yesterday morning when
the driver fell asleep at the
wheel, causing the bus to crash
down a 10 ft. embankment on
K-19, Road.
The passenger, 20 year old
Bernardina Teeira of Chorrera
was hospitalized at Santo To-
mas for a fractured pelvis and
several fractured ribs. The front
of. the bus, which struck a tree
head at the bottom of the em-
bankment, was demolished.
01harges against the driver.
Armango Agustfn Rodrigulez a
37-year old resident of Arraijin
are still pending further inves-
tigation by police.
Rodtguez lost -control on a
cqrve about 700 yards from the
CFrRP boundary, police report-
ed, when he fell asleep at the
wheel. The bus went-off the road
into a ditch for about 80 feet
Zig-zagged across the road and
down the 10 ft. embankment.
The accident occurred at 6

Churchill addresses the House
of Commons tomorrow and nay
give a hint about his retireneit4
date. But as far as the press
was concerned the only question
was whether his chosen sunces-
tor. Anthony Eden, would call
general elections this June or
hold off until fall.
Predictions were that Church-I
ill would tell the Queen of his
retirement plans when he holds
a dinner for her at No. 10 Down-
ing street on April 4.
Parliament adjourns for spring
recess April and Churchill leaves
for Sicily April 9 for his first
vacation in 18 months.

Early A-Man Says

H-Blasts 'Gelling

Out Of Hand'

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The National Assembly building was heavily
ed today before the opening of the trial of former
dent Jose Ram6n Guizado on charges complicity i
Jan. 2 assassination of his predecessor, President Jo
men. ,
National Guard Chief Bolivar Vollarino order.
cial vigilance not only round the Assembly building .
throughout Panam6 City.
Crowds gathered early in French Plaza. There .
will be able to follow the course of the unpreceduto
trial through loud speakers.
Hundreds of thousands will be following the; I
over the radio.
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Guizado was impeached by
the National Assembly on Jan.
15, on bhe' basis of testimony
rendered t. donfesed-assassin
Ruben MirD and others. Later
he was indicted and ordered to
stand trial.
Members of the same Nation-
al Assembly which swore the
former Vice president and For-
elgn er t ce are

aD a-

However, sinee earl this af-
ternoon lar6 9wds began g-
ther, in ti prointy of the
National to hear the
tril via pera In-
stalled outLide .e 0buslng.
Entrance to. the Assembly
building has been limited to
those accredited newsmen, pho-
tographers and other individ.
uals Who have been issued spe-
cial passes or identifying arm
All persons entering the
building during the trial are be-
mg searched b policemen lo-
caed at all entrances.
Scores of armed policemen
mingled In and around the
crowd ready to act In ease
of any ,violence.
This afternoon's session o01
the trial Is scheduled to last
until midnight. The next sea.

LONDON, March 21 (UP).-A sion gets underway .-.
scientist who was in on the first tomorrow morning.
experiments ever made with nu-
clear fission charged today that Up to noon today there were
"H-bomb explosions are getting indications the first day of the
out of hand" and called or in- trial would be conductedwith
ternatlonal supervision of all 52 instead of 53 Assemblymen.
atomic experiments.
Professor Frederick Soddy, 3 e O s es ca e.
who helped in the first expeir- 3 Ot enses oause
meats In nuclear fission here in ,. r e o n .L_
1943 said H-bomb and A-bomb Holl KOOd DeOths
explosions across the world could
pollute the entire universe with CHICAGO. March 20 (UP) -
radio-active dust which can Three driving offenses caused
cause millions of deaths. more than half the traffic fa-
"PolUilans and technicians talities here last year, according
are rushina into experiments to a police study.
Withouithe intest idea of what Th9 study showed the three
t'reiults May. be." he aid. most often reported accident
.'WhSt Is-called for is interna- causes were failure to grant right
tfonal supervision of what world Vof way to pedestrians, exceed-
tlsts are.dolnr by a reliable int a safe speed and drunken
ternoational bo4y." driving.

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A. an ai

Deputy Jorge Illueca, who
said to be in the States, has I
officially asked lor leave Ir
sence, and as a result i.
ternate Carlos I. Zulga d
not be called upon
ImueMa's place during hh.
sence. ,
Depnutyn zrmn:.U a f

putles to act M mu
or jurors am itse -
th. parts atho
whte bema be
the defense, the prei
and the Assemblymem
Jose N. Lasso de la Vi
claI prosecutor for the
ment ,and Mrs. OMba
wil' be the next to t
floor when Crespo
Felipe Juan Bsei
Guillermo Marques Bries
are handling Oulzado'
will follow Crespo
Lasso de la Vega.
All four will be alKi
take the floor twice dui

Secs Warn PreI

Of Possible Clash
SAIGON. Indchina. g
(UP) The pwerful
Vietnamese rel us and
cal'sects plan to precon
mier Diem with an ultmaJ
guarantee their feudal pni
or face an open lash
reliable sources said toda
The sources said the ud
tur may be delivered to
and was said to consist q
demands: &
1) A government rel
which would meet the ap
of the religious sects.
3) Integration into the A
ing army of the sects' ml
units with the right fd
sects to maintain contto*
the militias.
Gen. Le Quan Vinh.Who
mands an estimated 100 t
the Hoa Hao sect, declared
war on the American-b
Premier and predicted "ai
ant events will octur witl
days in South Viet
The fiery Natl l
sign of moum fln e
try's division at t uwU
ference, let his btc
and cads hlmself
in VIetnamese m M M
ed son." m
. Le Quan Vinh pmBuo
troops would cut d w
out South V n Man._
to topple the D06m0

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THE MA I BOA C. T. Richardson, Jr.
-- PANAMA, March 21 -- At the
S e Me o i SR op forum faor eede..Th Panama Amei start of his "friendly study,"
ahe Mail Box is an open forum for readers o f-The Panama American. Sen. Fulbright Indicated he Old
L olt. are received gratefully and are handled in S wholly confidential Sen. Fu brigh indicated he d
not want stock prices influenced
lr- T f yes contribute a letter don't be impatient if It doesn't appear the by the inquiry. With the testi-
*.-t day. Letters are published in the order received. however stoy making prices were dailyound
Please try to keep the letters limited to one page length. however stock prices were bound
; Identity of letter writers is held in strictest confidence. to be affected.
'This newspaper assumes no responsibility for statements saopinions The stock market Is acutely
0edIs letters fram readers. sensitive to side remarks such
esuedt i letter from reader. \ as the Senator's intimation that
profits in defense industries
CANAL ZONE TRANSLATIONS might be excessive. Could the
Senator have been surprised
that aircraft shares took a dive
S. ,after this remark?
my opinion, any person attempting to speak a foreign I found the opinions of the
tlAtguage deserves considerable credit and much encouragement, "experts" on the state of the
blutJ+hen such a person assumes to be a translator just because market as a whole surprisingly
is able to "slaughter" Spanish and English, that is something varied and conflicting. It was
dblorable. disappointing that there was not
d The worst part of it is that these so called translators are more support for the idea that
o n accepted by government offices in the Canal Zone and are ithe government could check the
utized to the detriment of the Spanish language. rise in stock prices by easing lOp
I visited one of these establishments in the Canal Zone and on the capital gains tax. If this
covered that they were using the word "apllcacion" to trans- tax were lowered more people
the word "application." The correct translation should have would be inclined to take their
"solicitud de empleo" or Aimply "solicitud" if they'wanted profits, thus increasing the sup-
-'use just one- word instead of three. According to the dic- ply of shares available to would-
$Iary of the Spanish Royal Academy, the word "aplicaci6n" be buyers.
8s not convey the Spanish meaning in this particular case. I was also surprised that the
This is just one instance; I have seen many. The Spanish experts" did not stress the lack
Ion of some traffic signs in the Canal Zone is simply pitiful, of equity financing as a factor
4 r translation work is not only a disgrace to the profession in the sustained market rise.
4 ; also a disgrace to the languages involved. True, more shares are outstand-
I am not implying.that to be a translptqr you have to be a ing now than ever before, but to
us. Far from that, but I do want to dispel the general be- a great extent the IncreaseIn
that you speak understand understand English and Spanish, you the number of shares is attribu-
automatically a qualified translator. table to stock splits and stock
In my estimation, a translator must possess a thorough and dividends and not to th sale of
Sprehensive knowledge of grammar, an extensive vocabulary eIw stokniale om enie e.
the unique ability to specifically conVey the Intended heart- In general, companies have
preferred to increase their capi-
tal by borrowing from the banks
; -t'... SiAnoeu at low interest rates and by
S plowing earnings back into the
business rather than distribut-
ing them as dividends. If the
SERVICE FACILITIES supply of good stocks does not
keep pace with the accumula-
tion of investment funds, there
is almost bound to be a tenden-
I Poor Waterfront Harry, that nasty ole Army and Navy should cy toward higher prices.
ashamed for restricting you from their beaches, pools, PX's Lucien Hooper, a distinguished
missaries, etc., J'es aint right. It is too bad your commis- market analyst with W. E. Hut-
clubhouses, theaters and so on can't be restricted to civil- ton and Co., seems to me to have
use; you certainly wouldn't ha v to stand in-'auch lines or summed up the situation suc-
sot long to be served, there wIuldn't be any, they would be cinctly: "The truth is that. stocks
of business- are not particularly high againstI
SHowever Waterfront (some moniker) I feel so.orry for you wasets, earnings, dividends and
I am hereby extending a personal invitation to you to free- th state of the economy; that
any of the above facllities, the doors will be wide open the stre ngthn stocks has been
just stop in any recruiting station and sign on the dotted more due to a short supply that
to a huge demand; that the
Then you will still be a taxpayer, just like us, and not have turnover of ownership still is
Th osen youmsall in relation to past exteri-I
Srestrictions to dampen your spirits. eric evennormal" markets;
G I. & Sailor J tat the really bad speculation
US Armed For ces. hs been in the unlisted penny
S Armd Forces. rlum and oil stuff,. rather
3. -tl1 in the carefully regulated
I' d markets: that the stock
rketis mrgely on a cash rka-
1 Answer to Previous Puls e thler than a credit basis; that
Actress things are just about as differ-
ent from 1928 and 1929 as black
isi from white.
AMMd 578DIsorde "The market might take some-
2Actres, ,S Ptenr thing coming out of this Wash-
Patricia -- 9 Dey ington investigation as an ex-
S- roles DOWN cuie for a price correction; but
havebeen I Senes if it does, prices will snap back
varied 2 "Emerald Isle-' again because (except In a few
M She is a 3 n the ocean Bisplated spots) this is a' very
motion 4 InJuri h althy stock market."
pClture -- ,LiftA'=AR U
2 U nlraI rock S6aeagle 26 Eternities 41 Birds' home A
I water Renovatiot 27 Mail 42 Very small SO 1 Y. AVel
1 11D st 8 Tilt 28 Death notice 43 Kind of b
9 Story .29 Cougar 44 Apple-le M Wa
10 ruit drinks 30 Essential fruit
made 11 Pauge being 45 Egyptian
m at 1'9 Pillar 35 Heroic goddess .
S .21 Cleave 3, Reiterates 47Angers ":
d "24 Of an lag 37 Rebuild 48 Applaud
a- 25Climbing 40 Babylonian' 49 Slippery NEW YORK, March 41 (P)-
S' -seeks control of Montgomery
Oiant moon-gSid O btai Financier LouisaE. Wolfson,who
jrasLgamahrm- i.g. 0Ward and Co., saidyest'erday-

Moist -

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tter Voteh
maca plural
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dsmond of your watch the qalltie5 that
you aspect of an administrative secretary.
Here is a Universal wo ch t omblne
these qualities.
An AUTOMATIC, a first cla watch with
on a ryved dial. in a -g Onig 18K g ld
case. t is self ,
eThere or e.fu
stock of pth o ef9
TRew a Ie

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his proxies were mailed over
the weekend to 68.000 sharehold-
ers of the big mail-order firm.
At the same time Wolfson
completed a nine-man-alate for
the board of directors with the
naming of three more men.
He hopes stockholders will give
him enough proxy votes to in-
stall his board of directors at
the Ward's shareholders meet-
ing April S2.
The mailing of proxies brought
Wolfson to the showdown stage
in his fight to depose newell Av-
ery, aginr board chairman of
Ward's who he accused of losing
111 million dollars in sales in the
last year. I
Wolfson sale the proxies could
be voted in the name of himself.
former Notre Dame Football
Coach ranit Leshy or Alexan-
der Rtiea f r. New
nancil can tant.
Rittmaater tlso was-one of the
three new diret.ors named. The
otbh *We Philla O. Connell.
ores. I t of A Chicago dredgre
and dk omnoany. and Cecil
Wolfs aWolftan's breuttr.
The N fot proxtie wma ac-
com d bR a 52-tW6e hooklet
outlining .te hsts Ith the big
ON stral., a letter to
hae ds and an open letter
to Avesr.
The letter to A ery Inquired
whether he obbtI6d the anprov-
al of of hanhloleus before
:ndE*ueD fat .inewaner
v RM and fBniial re-
nor b have atteked WRf.

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Democrats' Plans

By Peter Edson

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what he set out to p i "r That
hlis teeve rings are thigher than
he ratg systems said they were;


OaieM basis of available evi-
eeow one must conclude that
u.Pih1l's use of the phrase
could conceiv-
y nk with Russia's "peaceful
existence" Hitler's "I have no
sire oe territorial acquisition"
ad the classic "ainless dentist"

How do you like the way all the
papers headle the "inside low-
uown" on Prineess Margaret's ro-
mance with Capt. Townsend? One
week the front pages rap our stuff
--he next they imitate itl ...
Joni James' memo: "Loved Sena-
or Capehart on your program
Sunday night asking you all those
oughh questions. I thawt it wuz the
best quiz show yet" Over-
heard at Cooly's: "WW's the first
guy in history ever to become a
target because te hit the bulls-
sey too often" ... Eavesdropped
in Lindy's: "Can't figure why Ful-
bright *hasn't called him to face
his accusers" ... "Mebbe Fui-
bright can't get the accusers to

WASHINGTON-(NEA)- Demo- created a storm of Republican Gallup poll projection. kndicatig ace him" ..
cratic National Committee Chair- criticism in Washintgon, 'as fully more Democrats in the country Stewart: "Down
man Pagk Butler's statement the reported in the new columns., than Republicans.. dreams every m
Mrs. Efsenhower's heath might One thing Mr. Butler has shown It the 1956 vote should be smal- hero" ... Then
preventt the President from being u great capacity for in the few ler than in 1952, it would be a villains come
a- candidate for re-election is only months he has been Democratic reversal of all past trends. For the Connecticut drawn
one of his reasons for believing National Chairman is to stampede Democrats to win in a small vote (for the first tim
Ike won't run again. Among But- the Republican elephants. Whether election woulJ also be a reversal ahow-biz) we wi
Icr's other arguments are toese: he does this by accident or on of past theories that the bigger Haven premiere
1. The President feels that- by purpose. is not yet clear. The net the vote, the better the Demo- er." ...Really
1956 he will have the job he was effect is the same. If he keeps on cratic .prospects for victory.
elected to do. at this rate, hell have every- Election results ot 1054 provide -
2. The President does not really bcdy crazy 1y November, 1956. the major arguments for Demo-
like the White House job. Chairman Bueers's contention cratic beliefs their 1956 chances From page 9
3. The President's appeal to the that the Democrats can win the are improved. ime: "In the e
voters will not be as great in 1956. 1956 election, regardless of candi- They claim now that Republican hearings. Fuit
4. The Democrats can beat t h e dates, is something else again. Mr. state legislatures in New York, aloud whether
Republicans in 1956. Butler is of course paid a hand- California. and other states. ger- some kind of k
All this is perhaps more wishful some salary to promote and publi- rymandered the Democrat .out of ,h columnists
thinking than sound political rea- cize this point of view. 14 Congresbional sekt which eblel fro ha*
suning. There couldn't be a less The basis for it is a belief that should have been added tt t -' t
informed authority on what goes in the 1956 election there will presept.kA maJi L .
on t the mi-ids of a Republican rot be 60 million votes cast, as -. I %
President than the chairman of the there were in 1952k The appeal of They O -t e Ifaf
Democratic National Committee. General Eisenhower as a war hero cratic ce. of t'e"eo
They are his views, however, for rlus gripes over 20 years of In state'" etE 5. t lt eone t
what they are worth. Democratic control ard hel Id crats claim a net ga9 mn4 o of al.keh
Democratic Chairman Butler's responsible for the 33-to.26-ahillion 44 Hodse" seats S S 1 o Uenat* tha
statement in New York t hat vote. seats. They now control Lowe market." ..
Mrs. Eisenhower's health was not Democrats now say they have Houses and 20 Senates a state
too good and that this would to change orly three million votes legislatures, with two states evenly
cause he Presidetn not to run to win. They point to the latest divided. .


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Marlee's Maria
f eight engafe
Book and Cab l
mum .salatr)
launch their new
Stamford Playho
"This sdcker-qu
berited from me
feel rather guil
Langford is a w
st the Cotillion R
... Warren Va
McFee and Jac
stars, at the Ca
Lapitol Hotel. w
patrons get up
Pust for the fun
Jack Ackerman
Back for examj
Ing blues others
Margaret Phill
'Summer and E
of the headline
Party"' in a B'
got her between
Adams' mim'ery
roe singing "I
Tramp" is a hi

Senator Fulbri
why he cannot A

uote from Jimmy
deep in his silent
an is a frustrated
where do all the
from? ... The
na colyums report
e since we were in
l1 attend the New
of "Beventh HReav-

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says he h

was bii oie6 Wt, Uppe the
court and d.a. toJelkejurr N. 9
(Kay Brunnel) having been mar-
red after she ,oath'd hAl, was
never. Her fofer name is Kay
Plum ... This onea'making thq
it-unds fast: Lord Godiva Impa-
tiently waiting for her to get home,
finally bellows when she barges
Ji: "Whereinell've y'been? Y e r
horse gut honie 2 hours ago-"...
The Angle Bond Trio's rhythms
at the bhow Spot get you- .'. We
colyumed about that still-married.
Baroness and her old fashioned
Rolls-Royce weeks ago parked.
in front of midtown places starring$
Negro stars. A married jazz slat
died in hert' hotel -apt ...

Collier's Magazine was found
not guilty (by a jury) in law-
suit for ~ illon ... T plain-
tiff was a Derver clinic Fed-
eral Judge. Edelstein plesided ...
Cellier's ran an article -about,
"cancer quacks" ... Because .I
recommended, that issue (on thq
air) the ABC network and myief
are also being sued "for asapr-
acy." They seek 26 million. The
law firm representing the ABC's
insurance co. (despite C.llier's
victory Monday) immediately .of-
fered $2,500 settlement.


J The Broadway producing team

son for the lpb Chandl4rs Va-
lsety ..d De Nichols h.ka. p
story about- ncolJ _ad Broad- .,
way show p ,ucer ax Gordon.
S4;i Speaking of the Lincoln film he
S produce (by Bob Sherwood -
starring Raymond Massey which
lost a torture) George S. Kauf.
Like Daugther: man shrugged: "Even the Lincolna
I Riva played a Tunnel hasn't paid off" ... Who's -
ement in "B e 11; Nervous Dept? On his opening,
e" (for t4 mini- Stork Club program (following us)
to help .friends for ABC-Sherman (announcing a
r enterprise at the station-Dreak) oops'd: "We'll be.
use, Mama writes: back in 30. minutes" ... N. Y.
ality she has in- Times staffer R. D. Gardner (he
always makes me started there in 1942 as. a copy-
ty" ... Frances boy) leaves soon to open his own
elcome-back star ad agency. Good luck, stranger...
toom in the Pierre Quote from Denise Darce: "I.-
ughan, Johnny would not marry a man who don't
k Banan are the like garlic. I like garlic with steak,
rnival Bar. in the garlic with this and that and every-
Nhere show folk thin," ..:. (Go Way, Go Way, GO
and vocal or hoof WAY! !) ... Gina Lollopalooa's.
of it ... Dancer double -s an Arthur Murray is-
n and Barbara struetress named Jane Bell...
ple. Shbe's a cork- Socialites would flip if they knew
..Why snt actress Lisa Ferraday's Big Se.
Ips, tie star of cret Romance His wife is stepping
moke" (and one aside ai Beno or Vegas .. Ces- -
ars in "Cocktail tral Intelligence may summon a
way hit? Teevee's N.Y. newsman. Allegedly released
plays ... Edith classified secrete ... The Douglas
Of Marilyn Mon- Auchlnclosses may make -surpri.
'he Lady Is A ing news, according to friends. He
e1y. is Time's religious ed .. .o4hU.
writer Geo. Weiss and his wife (ho
wrote "How Important CaG It
be?") expect a little songphbgger.
ght's statement on ... Pretty Important- ela
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1et&lis the "lasy wave" rated by New Yor* hair stylist D. J. the hair is eat In layers so that it falls natur lto soft o waves
rews U It' softi eat andt waved. It's so easuy. care for and hugs the neck. A woman wouldn't atd wear-aision
sand a'. the idea. The. front view Ileft) shows deep, atter- mirror to be sure it was smooth In back. a lovely brow
Iat waves. The leek to desk but feminine. In back, centerr) (right) the lasy wave goes back from the face.

BY U BHART XIV chair to create her yard. eves the trend for spring is
dMI1 i r high hairstyle. toward the soft wave, rather than
set, stiff curls.
If there's one word that makes 'But now, here comes a man, a .
male beauty specialists break out lair stylist no less, -who not only Mr. Brown. who has his house
n cold perspiration all over it's 'knows what the word means but of beauty in New York, does the
"lazy." These men think nothing has actually named a sty e after work with his scissors and theI
of creating a "new you" that it. The "lazy wave" he calls it. blissful owner of the trim takes
takes a minimum of three hour Cold cloth .may be necessary for the bows. He cuts it halfway
Sa. day to mAintain. 'ithe rest of the beauty world, but between the ear lobe and should. I
"But'm k.o lazy," Pompadour there it is-lazy a- a bandanna. der. The underneath hair in back.
must have protested to her hair. D. J. Brown, creator of thIs is cut in layers to make it easy
dresser, as he stood .on a Louis scissors rating departure, be- to wear and keep in place.

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By United Press
1In Raft of Despair (Dutton)
Ehsio Tlira tlils of the 32 agon-
izing days he spent on a four-by.
fjur raft without food and water
adrift on the Indian .Ocean.
Tilra a 'Finn and a member
ol the French' Foreign Legion, be-
gan the 'adventure on a tropical
night with a'Swedish friend named
kricsson while the transport Skau.
bryn sailed through the Straits of
Malacca en route to Indo-China.
To desert from the Foreign e-
Zion is no disgrace,- according t6
Tiira, sa1leuthb do W in' b&t
would be untlipkable. $o frikhtls
a b o a r d the Skaubryn" arranged
for them'to drop overboard with
the raft' In paddle the few miles
to Sumatra.
'They 'did 'nt reckon with the
ucean currents, however, and they
%ere wept swiftly, westward to-
ward Ceylon w ith only a pocket
bottle Water they got from fre,
quent rainstorms, but it was not
enough. ErieSson, who" had ap
peared to be the stronger of the
two, died.



Then came the battle with the to he laundry of Mrs. Michael W.
snarks. Tira' was too weak to roll temperatures there left the citize
Irictson's body over the side of not. we hope
the tiny raft and the, sharks
lashed af the body with fury. .
This part of the. story is unfor a writer Ito evidently is familiar
gettah with his subject.. .
Tijra, resigned tope, was f.
Baly picked up by a British ship '-- '
and taken to Singapore. He A conscientious-. married 'man,
weighed only 50 Poun. w" a an entclage widow, a passionate
mass of festering sres. But he love affair and a shadow of mur-
was not turned ,ver to. the S '- der are the 2inredients of a fast-
Fion and he remained in Singapore aced novel. he Judas Kiss by
.o write w IO ra e a bo re on-t ay Dratler (Holt). Insurance in.,
while w- psap e home on v_-aestigator Perry Farmer has t
nish talt ... doubts about a death claim that I
Te -.".- -. .n. *--aren't settled by the appealing
T.Wlb.S by David Bea- claimant, Hela Koiter, who comes
ty (M *w ) Published in Brit. to vivid life in Dratler's terse,
sh t .somThe Heart more smooth writing. Farmer sends his J
S '",Ia he" hitry of h wife and son off on vacation and 1
Storm, a.Is the case history of wresUles.with his conscience as an S
an air starting four months ivest.gator and as a husband
lio, event tr.a the hi"e yielding to his passion for e
om causes that led to theHela. Dratler achieves an explos-
tragic4venti climax in har-to-leave
Beaty who has been profes- e cu in tlh hard-to-leave
atonal ie for -,owt of his adult .""ry ____. ._ _
Ilie, hm ba ~ i unkind things to
say aput cheswe-paring by air-'
line masagemet. He s almost
equally har. a, ever, with the]
s notably 'rris, the "Wild I

s is what Ole Man Winter did
Rouse in Rochester, N. Y. Zero
ns of Rochester cold, too, -but
e. as stiff.

Atlantic Side
Baha'is Observe
New Year Tonight
Baha'is on the Atlantic side
will observe their "Naw Ruz"
(new year) 'at 8, tonight with a
bilingual program in the Cristo-
bal YMCA.
Fred Berest, a former drama
teacher at the Pasadena (Calif.)
Playhouse, will speak in English.
James Barrett, a former transla-
tor of the United Nations, will
speak in Spanish.
Baha'is all over the world cel-
ebrate March 21, the tirst day
of spring, as their new year with
programs, receptions and fami-
ly gatherings.

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In front, lazy waves weave
.heir languid course toward t he
face in a fashion that doesn't take
a steady-handed genius to ar-
range daily. A. woman could do
it herself with the use of that
lazy tool-the comb.
If D. J. Brown gets exiled from
the beauty world, it won't be
because he doesn't appreciate the
woman who is just a bit, we ll.

j '~aellee

Compiled by Publishers' Weekly
HEAD- Hamilton' Basso
Mac Hyman ,
K. Gann.
SHOUTING-Grantland Rice
THINKING. Norman Vincent
Roger P. Butterfeild
S. Buck

Teen-Age Male
lVoice Likely

To Improve
teen-aged boy who is going
through.a change of voice is not a
cead duck when it comes to sing-
ing in. th. opinion of Professor
Irvin Cooper an authority on ju.
venile vole" problems -at Florida
State University of Tallahassee.
Cooner said music teachers can
"'develop a very rich and satisfy-
ing program" with growing young-
sters, if they are taught to sing
within their range during the
changing period.
Cooper, who has stuiied more
than 400.009 juvenile voices, gave
that advice to the Udiversity of
Wisconsin's midwlitei- m u s i c

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Millionaire Soybean Speculator

May Revert From RichesTo Rags

MEMPHIS. March 21 (UP) -105 and LeValle, Inc., sued Butler
Traders prepared yesterday to lor $1,300,000 in New York.
watch the commodities market| The suit here charged Butler.
closely for effects of a "4% mil- acting for Butler-Foster Milling.
lion dollar sale of non-existent" Co. sold Contineptal 1.30000U
soybeans by fabulous speculator bushels of soybeans in late Feb-
Landon V. Butler. ruary on the strength of 26 ne-
There apparently was no con- gotiable warehouse receipts.
nection with a skid in soybeans "Within a few days thereafter,"
Friday and the disclosure Satur- the suit charged, "the complain-
day of charges against the 41- ant learned that the soybeans...
year-old "riags to riches" finan- were in fact non-existent, and
clal genius. Butler had personal knowledge
Butler, reported worth 11 mil- of this fact."
lion dollars last year after try-f By then, the suit said. Butler
ing to corner the entire soybean had 'so Intermingled" the pay-
market in Chicago and now re-'ments to Butler-Foster among
putedly "back to rags," had not'hls various Inter-locking firms
been trading for about 10 days. 'that it is impossible to distin-
But disclosure of two lawsuits guish the funds of each corpora-
charging Butler sold $4,404,458.05 tion."
worth of "non-existent" soybeans Butler has been unavailable
brought speculation there may for comment. His attorney, John
be extra buying to fill later con- T. Shea, said Butler "will make
tracts based on Butler's alleged no comment at all" and added,
sales. "unfortunately, Mr. Butler has
The suits, combined with ac- suffered tremendous losses In
tion against Butler by the Chi- the markets."
cago Board of Trade and the First indication Butler, who
U.S. Department of Agriculture once made a million dollars in
coincided with a fall of most one day of cotton trading, may
soybean futures prices to new now go "back to rags' came in
seasonal lows Friday.' the suspension of his Chicago
The only exception was March Board of Trade nlembership be-
futures, which opened at $2 66 a (ause of "Insolvency."
bushel, fell to $2.57 and then ral- A complaint was filed against
lied slightly to close at $2.60. Butler last month by Secretary
Traders here said the drop was of Agriculture Ezra T. Benson
expected reaction to a 'carryover directing him to show cause why
of 1954 beans but a similar drop he should not be expelled from
about two Weeks ago may have all the nation's commodity mar-
resulted partly from' Butler li- kets.
quidating his holdings. This complaint charged that
No cleircut reaction was be- last summer Butler cornered al-
lieved likely Monday because most the entire Chicago soybean
many traders will Wait for a market in an attempt to drive
clearer picture. But dealers up prices on futures he held. A
thought extra orders to cover for hearing on the complaint has
the "non-existent" beans might been set for mid-May.
drive prices up. Soybeans, which have risen to
The Continental Grain Co. Importance as a source of syn-
sued Butler here for $3,164,458.- thetic oils, then sold at about $4
a bushel. Butler may have taken
most of his personal losses in the
Sn price decline since then.

-. Scientists Predict

Spicy Banana Split Pie uses
Cinnamon and Cloves
NEA Food and Markets Editor
You'll like this special pie for

Oceans Will Rise

90 To 50 Feet

your Sunday dinner party. WASHINGTON, March 2 1 (UP)
--If Antarctica proves to be ice,
Spicy Banana-Split Pie look out: It will be melting one
(Yield: 6 to 8 servings) .. of these days and the oceans will
rise 90 to 150 feet.
One-half cup butter or marga- Experts of the National Scl-
rine, 1% cups sifted confectioner's ence Foundation so advised the
sugar, 2 eggs, % teaspoon ground House Appropriations Commit-
cinnamon, A teaspoon ground tee in testimony made public last
cloves, 3 medium ripe bananas, night. They said an Ice survey of
1 tablespoon fresh lemon juice, 1 the Antarctic area is about to be
square unsweetened chocolate, made, to determine just what to
grated, -inch baked pie ,shell, :expect.
heavy cream (opitonal), 1A cup "It is a pretty Important ques-
chopped pecans. Itlon to us," said Dr. L. V. Berk-
Mix butter or margarine until'ner, "with the world warming up
creamy. Add sugar gradually,.as it is. now. We know that as
beating until fluffy. Beat in eggs, the world warms up the seas
one at a time, beating 5 minutes will rise. If Antarctica is a mass
after each addition. Blend in spic- of ice, the seas will rise 90 to 150
es Peel and slice bananas, and feet," -
mix with lemon juice. I Committee members did not
Fold into the sugar-butter or question Berkner on what. l6 .c
margarine -mixture, along with the would mean, in the way of flood-
grated chocolate. Turn into a' ng of coastal areas, or how fast
baked 9 inch pie crust. Chill 3 the warming-up process is ad-
to 4 hours. Just before serving vancing.
spread a thin layer of whipped Berkner is vice president of
cream over +he surface of the pie the Science Foundation's special
if desired. Sprinkle with chopped'committee on the international
nuts. geophysical year. This is the
I Here's another fruit dessert sug. name applied to an internation-
gestion you may want to add to al undertaking in which the
your list of specials, earth's surface, core, oceans and
atmosphere will be exhaustively
Fresh Pear and Orange Sauce studied.
(Yield: 2% cups) Advance work already Io ,"-
derway although the study ofl-
Two, large (1 pounds) fresh cially is set for 1957.
ripe .pears, 1 tablespoon water, 1, ''One of the most important
tablespoon sugar, V, teaspoon salt. things that will be done is an
1 large orange. ice survey of the Antfrc+c,."
Wash, pare and quarter pear. Berkner said. "While there is a
Place in a saucepan with the wa- lot of exposed land mass, with
ter. Cover. Cook slowly until soft, mountains at various peripheral
15 to 20 minutes. Mash. Add sugar zones, we are not dead .sir +'^--
and salt. Peel orange, dice and these mountains do not hold In
add. Chill. Serve for breakfast, the whole central mass, so that
dessert. as a sauce over cottage Antarctica may be Just a rer's'
pudding or gingerbread or as a of islands scattered around with
meat accompaniment., an Ice mass held in tightly."
Pear and orange sauce with soft The plan Is to measure depth
custard: Place 3 tablespoon soft of the ice all over the nron. tv
,ustard in a sherbet glass. Fill setting off explosions and wait-'
with fresh pear and orange sauce. ling for echoes.


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NOMINEE?-George w. Per-
kins is scheduled to be nomi-
nated as permanent U. S. mem-
ber of the Council of the North
Atlantic Treaty Organization.
He was formerly an assistant
secretary of state.


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Ski-Happy Crowds Chanteys, Horpipes'

Enjoy Happiness, In Michigan Schools
Un. 1n USJ Short drag chanteys and sailor's
By WAYNE RUSSELL hornpipes have taken their place
Bin the curriculum of some 25,000'
United Press Staff Correpoddent youngsters in rural Michigan
STOWE, vt. (UP) Base- schooLs.
Lall is Ameriea's most popular The nautical dittles are being
spectator spo:t;and fishing Is our broadcast by some 20 radio eta.
principal participant sport. But no. ^ons throu-,ut the state through
sport specLator or p:rtlelpant, is tapes suppe by the Ugvearsty
grewi g fast than Jkllng..I of MichiganD BreaeastUn Serv-
The bickoiy riding snowbirds ice. The songs are designed to
are flocking in constantly increase. provide a musical introduction to
Jag numbers to every northern the 1955 Soo Locks Centennial eel-
mountain that has a rope tow, ,bration The programs have be-
T-bar, or chair-lift on its slopes. come a standard part of the stu-
Eachn Fri-ld'. evening during tie. ents' classroom work.
winter thousands of skiers rush-- .
out of the cities to the snow-cov.
ed hills, t send a week end M a
bappily stemming. schussing, or Hand Model Wears
christying their way down the
trailshand .slopes. o inu
Even the ir-lines are now run loves o
sing "air-lift. to the chahi-lifts" | .E W th Slm ul
ot bargain rates It has been es- 'Even Wih Swilisu
timated thtt there are now 3,000,- 1
0 American skiers. And they're, NEW YORK (UP) Pretty,
y no mean% all youngsters. dark-evcd Yvonne Sergent boasts
Hotels in Canada'p Laurentian' she wears gloves more ofen than[
]Mountains that once closed for the i ny other woman in the world.:
winLtr ar* now filled to cnparit' They're to protect her $50,000'
44ing JnIa-ry February, and bards.
March as more and more skieis.i The Paris bori Yvonne even
Having sampled the joys of soar- wears gloves with a bathing suit.
on the snowy slopes, relin- "Most people think I'm crazy
ih ti eir summer time vaca. when they ew me on the beach."
jtnns to take winter holidays. Ski- 'he said.
is now t. compulsory subject
most French Canadian Lau. Actually, Yvonne can't afford to
tian schools. let her bands get sunburned.. Pret-
Sty enough to have made her face
ad there are towns whose en- her fortune. Miss Sergeant is a
Wee economy is based on the ski- l:and model, and gloves are a vi-
ar. One of there is Stowe. tal part of her wardrobe.
renty years ago Stowe was a You've seen her hands which
py New England village where she has ihlured for (50.000 in
folks in the inter were as magazine illustrations, newspaper
re as sled in Miami. Snow was 'ns and on television. A prize.
cordially detested. inningg photograph of them hangs
LT the first ski-trail was built In the Museum of Modern Art in
0 L Mansfeld, Vermont's high- hew York. Recently a group of
t*seak, eight miles from Stowe. Fellow models voted her "the girl
then the ski facilities have with the most beautiful hands in
enlargeeo each year, and the world."
sfleld's dozens of downhill
is rnd trails are now served, "Without gloves," she said, "I'd
wo chair-lifts, two T-bar lifts be helpless. 'I wouldn't be able
'tn half a dozen assorted rope- to do any housework, or have any
tov. Hfun."
Lodges an-I motels, all catering Broken naels, scratches, blisters
O the skiers, have sprung up in r r chap which are unsightly and
Meh numbers that the town is unpleasant to most women are
feed with-the problem of inade- real disasters to Miss Sergent.
*ate water and electricity. Now The slightest imoerfection in the
pitching makei a native of Stowe fine white skin or the long, well-
5ppier than a fresh fall of pow- kept nails means jobs lost.
dr snow. She wears white cotton gloves
I for ocoasional'dusting and ironing
.Why this snow-rush? Well, in and colored cotton gloves to go'
Se opinion of Larry Heyer, who with her swim suits. She wears
|[s operated Ski Inn o no of niesh gives for driving in the
| owe's more popular lodges for hottest days of summer, and plans.
past 14 years, the reason is tic gloves for washing dishes or
I*nly that skiing is becoming laundry.
r to learn.
4Modern skius are laminated and About the only time she doesn't
oro more flexible than ever eer gloves is when her hands
re. A flexible ski is an easily are in front of a camera ard
Severed ski. Modern boots when she wasks in a hospital. She.
b nlings which fasten the ski works three nights a week as a
y to the foot make the skis volunteer nurse..
Sfor the bener to handle. Yvonne' said soap, water and
t will release short of the bone- gream are her only beauty aids.
aking point when sufficient bbe washes her hands at least
As I imposed, if the tyro falls. 2. times a day, and massages
"Another thing,". said Heyer. cream into them each time. Rhe
tWhen I learned to ski, 20 years always carries a little jar of
Swe had to hike up Mt. Mans- cream with her She never cuts
and then snow-plow our way the cutileps or uses cuticle re-
swn the only trail. Why, it took mover. She said the massaging
us all day to make one round and cream keqp cuticle fiat and r
-b no wonder we got so little flexible. She manicutes her own
ding practiee. Today a skiler ine alls which rhe wears about one -
)hlsked up to the top in 12 min- inch long measured from the
atle by chair-lift." cuticle.
r [Those long nails do create a
'This much is certain. Skiing is few problems
glg business. Skiing is here to "I have to buy handbags that
ly. Millions of Americans have open easily," she said "and I
i t to be great fun. have to be careful with jewelry
S Of alise And Does Get clasps. I can't manage the very
Meteey small on.'s _

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New Orleans Service Arrivep

*0.8. "YAQUE" .................................. March 26
B.S. "L. H. CARL" ............................March 27
*858. "MORAZAN" ...............................April 2
*8.S. "HIBUERAS" ................................April 9
*8.8. "AGGERSBORG" ...........................April 1I
S.S. "MABELLA" ........................... April 12
*S.S. "YAQUE" ..................................April 16
*Handing Refrigerated Chilled and General Cargo

New York SerWce


S.S. "METAPAN" .......................... March 2]
S.8. "BYFJORD" .............................. March 27
8.8. "HREDIA" ................................Milarch
SA. "LmO ...................................April 4
S.8. "FRASBSLANGA" .....................April 11
B.S. "CHOLUITCA" ..............................April II

Weekly sailings of twelve passenger ships to New
York, New Orleans, Los Angeles, San Francisco
and Seattle.

Special round trip fares from Cristobal to New
York, Loo Angeles, San Francisco and Seattle.

To New York .........
To Los Angeles and San
To Seattle ..........

..... ...... .$240.00
Franciscoo .... $270.00
........ ..$365.00


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Ie.4g~o 7~ Te5Gy It. F-lran'ces Summerf ord,
4, Review from St. Lu's Parish, was the ,inth
4. .I*P TuFaoIte(C- gstspeaker. lMs brought with
',:.m~ hQnsbe- ..r P dar Mae" a miniature "I
f .ur-which tlp women of her v *
5: .-..ewe. have completely outfit-iv
6! !rpur ear ito tMd9th ase d elrcal robm
ol_) .- T. l. mature W iand altar W -
: -a n= Ds" a [A iss, which abe showed. were
41:MOM ]*ad In Oas ery detall.
6 a. s tl," ----
e Pter a&WO
were b l.agg, .- r
,.woman'B ,"
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N. XT ID U hDA 6U1A, March-L, 26, I2
sot aI*'bE ts~o makw m martin


*H.oBr4 -* I 'I--.i q- -*-; .. ..-- *I i

env 0$i.. ho, .INA hh

AIltheir ul e Eks
hat al la the o sleet Offieero
:, their ,! awn
Ca wen h& the bar as MThe Panama Canal zone (Bal-
took eer boa) Lodge No. 1414', B.P.O.E.,
w Il hold ts annual election for

a haed slippd Wednesday at :30 .m.
and eJuleo C at Rih r4 Only three office ill b i
.d a a blc contest. At the March meen,
wI the ct oa "rc- 1* held i honor of the Fast r Dx.-
the Great'" -mrr" mnX mag- ed) ulers o the lodge, P ast Ex-
te 01 Gtsamed Ruler and Past District
SDep uty of the Canal Zone, Har-
A4mong. some of the other old, J. terten, pre aded as acting
a on a t theb normal Sunh- lted Ruler. Past Exalted Rul-
SBrnc were:.Mr. and Mrs Joseph BCoplo nominated
George Berman Mr. and Mrs. Past Exalted RulerCharles.
Gordon "albi iof West Bank Mageq for Treasur Wendell
and their oh0d Mr. and Mrs. Ldsey wa lso noianted for
e .l ., T h a ....n g e,-fi.ers e the e eleet bard msabes b en Moayut e e Mary Wat-he ame office t Exalted
m, Pon -eet, pM r.on' aRe and MrsMRuler Edward Kunkel nominated
S- W add. P t_?,p 111-- OVA, atre c .lb ,, l .ss paul a Co ln. e k ut Exalted Joseph Co-
SDf ,. r .Mn. A. PteN. o,'0 t p a._ Mrs.-the e of t uF. l v. h ell e so mthe ofice of ecreFta
I.- causale adtemn, wn und. JrFd.WIgytthMrs.UC. L Smitht3.e-
M eM lil u, n oI th N ..B b au _. stream f a ianauae I at s ibd Jude ward M. Altman
os he7 O dnetreo ealew o S t t. o av i the earsW us t Clurw. icass r uan Aknbasuador was nomina te for the same po-
uch stm oftlee t lab f. A ll P k teim i o the regular red a tth e s. I.. Adr ian.butr enu a
S is. W D ~Tieker, inl. .. .S.n lht, ce-PruMrT C. mt rE. &lM i l e I Iest is tm ler
Pam., W&nd rs. .Chin r Corr hp., B e. 7eo a s oda ykgh dimadw and her husA present District Deputfor the
cel prresp. Mrs y tgg Thm,Tes. Ms band have had postpone their BULLTFR O A dio ana Zone, William Dorgan
ttno 3sr orse. irea. I. .ml lt. departure for Honduras until tnsrtterauenough to it nomtd the Lecturin Kniht
gI O d "Mt h. "r i oG. tMhomeroorrhp. ne' March. It appears that the in the nos of a 0ram. shell Thos J. Murphy.or n the sta-
S- active sociall .eand the many h s been' developed by the U.S.ol tion of Log _htthepo-
r -V- U o athe ~.~+ntheomT. t. r of Mr. and' Mr.. Da 8.. de '' odaseTh l-d delayed their h Naval Ordna u obon y 1tt Ls-

h oe ththmou 1ulytI i t chssThseasofM.adh"OWibIln oWasj
d ass. ,w.t e .. tej ofth ei the Smith rgar 'and Smt.a ationv to he -otr um ltt er, also n, atd i .
t e- a er of he cub added to Paul R. McDonaid waj held at w Nicaraguan shown tt plastic at Rreshment wi b ved
,elatdecorations ,n the St. the airt fit Church at al baao to Honduras. P, W help s prt emee
pt1UtCbur study the -1light of the projec-
t rIkpea to S e loClubli Pt th a Day thme, boa ei t tHeih tislelp mudt l ni r hI l th e mls el t ai
b'saE PvARe lflegthe rMfreshmeit were served at he At noon B tiga,. the Ambas- tile. It, Is Vowevd.aby the coin
Offi shConsul, the guest home of th brides orof Brazl an M. Bueno like marurti
*t 4C .O f inte q o BrI, tu M rs. Welcomed unt, Mi ad rs.b a '.do Pradeao eaove o luncheon ofor N W Arl Ny N e

L:au wsa M Apar. Newm d r rnd he fee ar buress meoetin g
SM ae conne )AMe Fer on nF ia C rse Cotton 1 -V of 1 Wl the ee wtngU
S iprou sid- s et Lvel, nd will tae lace t the aptii small roup at of the ot ale Na
1d n th awIn H?. e rbasyss. t Marc h2 the medd 1ugh erad- A r *{ rIonib
d: 0 rom" IL UA Prseloe e/ RThompson., r M t he olr m o ores
SPlesedtowelcome MStraMh 25, at p.00m th dy by M coctall paty I Aad Mrh c C
TMw l..el Mor r. eonig friends of t-he young ce, and In honor of e Cuadra GWu- a r..r. .net.e,

ar '.n .o 84 a yl.3'd Maug hre .. .. mMin g d A c1hd i Aoaur1 inH APnieose
s WaJIM lad Costr, woan alaairmanhs arr-
it- -e at On. of I Mr. andn
proe?; hTt k o1diande

I S2, l ouer...ed on hi, neef. ,it. elot Y bol th sn.wedv I rod t oA rtc y I ,r o a iid I
tIi.hieISIl ,w ourney.o Th. ere atour t ludedf I rno a L t 'm i. recto reoa r ohe honor- .I-.-. and
n s wer. wte tile ola- tlo hspE l o foow oat i P,,AL A Mr.oBuschd as guw. Was, Brick

St. i are brho m are leaving MI-nieeede ll on the low te Endara hme o Cl
tur: noo r the Oparonage. eluml to fete -the departing man s well kown on the th

Proeshe. atheinthena
Sfor Pc mus for her vnousdances. Mr

SMrs. H. L. Ne wbiL (- ..n I.. r. .u s Oeri A n h theoi bunl n onero -
t r.eMr. Jrames O acDon-t t Planes wath 3 8 a Perons aboard Tourists In C, e ad 'will show

T d I... l B iMr. ederia rnattrson, awse ..ayes L o f Cr mush i Bng,. dids Pt, wn l dt

ou1nthrs onsthc in aeresg oot.w test Cnial sp ton A e 1 Refureh-
Te Io cl 1nob veoa t whe Soprineld -4rpidrt during rent will bee naserd o after the
oThe a t lboa e o e Lor ttheo e Ct i tes d e ragh s t ou olase night. At least meeting. Al wives aod members
muno a. .A pain a t. gve k luncheon 14W persons Vre ca derh17f Naval and Marine personnel
f et A ot nts This men eter smoke. Hve you noticed at tpeoplbay rei others Injured inexpeme would lead to an amicableet-

l:< 8 to t~hepublc ) uPT- Buclys andiol Mgtur o tlemnt of the ,lte' differen-
1: m Ow anhattan Intr-Aneic ooman Clubo AM Mr.-*d rs t AlbSer cm Col f elane, ligS ht 71 out of

++.d'Son.eer0"s i ylS.*'e. acquire r /ge ter s s' e ..and elegance __ia
fetv aSni ttesa The d pa monthly meetingin Colon. N C

StSwithn ,largegroupinattend-, arNJ bound for Tulsa, The Card Group of the Curun-
nce Okla., erased as It was coming d Woman's Club will meet at
Wat Unang in for a landing at Spriglfteld. thb

iThey announced tham ot ae Oneo t t it .idi B. o
the activities to tAe .place at thf r.evo, th e
'ToayjiMonafy, March 21 clubp building this nionth will be Mayes of Cushing, Okla., said at 9 aym or Marchi23
Class in "Batea" decoration there was no.i warning whatso-a w
evver of anIenci ngT Impending crash.erved. Hotaeswill be Mrs.
: I.SY So commencin..ahnrsdayshth. Maria Locke and Mrs. Thelma
usicor monday t am. rs.mthe 17th WWREVER, PECP Of PJSTINCTION MEET The plane plowed Into a mud-
,ForMondy a mo .m Mdy, openIie 1.d..bout a m Vlent.ino..Guestsarecordially
4:30 _*bhit's Your Fiorlte parties sNchedoled for the third north of the atiport. One wit-
t, n m- plese phoneMondayr o .f each moth will be reported ofl t sr oa light t
-5:"0-NW I.meAnyo""ne Intereuusted ..may.. Mrs.Uoyd Ms elankenship, who Theelar monthly meeting
tabls. arla& ,wte h. ing .lives nearby, aid. she and herofBranch 9 Fleet s-
:o oite rbak owMa. iO.I Ihusbanfd "bqard.. creams 7:30
.A ,_rd. Mr. l 7
"atnarit heI slp and o usban rwn mi i, Cp
6:00 VW sPtAI-.JLheCat pble n o n-- the scene., Solo. Election.ot.%'vce,.psesident
10 _,4. a t aln the rc *oa ur- wil.tbe held.aRefrephinft will be
S: icale .* Palowere 1e[-'Persons living in the area no- served atfbr'th*-lileetlng.
or thuastIchtanotherptilled police the Convair had
MOo- GAo being worked up for-Apm- n wererush-
.re.BmenthM and tea were rved Amo the scene, bulged do
-: t Fro "" eUSA Penelope do Rusodin Mrs. MaR- U. -in the mud. Some of -the injured t. Wvs
aton TyoroM.Ct Ose on had to be carried a half-mile' The Fort Amador Wives' Club
: -I--,-,Mrs. atita 60,4 -,through ankle-deep -mud to be will hold regularmonthly
N ZDDY'S PENT- and their committee composed loaded 6n the ambulances and coffee and business meeting on
o.PART,(Sea. of Mrs. Fabian Pinto, Mrs. N. Wednesday, March 23 at 9:30
.0)Pinto, Mrs. 3v V. Quintero, Bob Tubert. newsman for a aR.miitte l
W M I &Mrs.1paroo lde Pavon, Mrs. Sprinafield radio station said he hostesses will belsRobert W.
l UA ie Morris, Mrs..-Leonlia En- saw 12 bodies near the wreck- Johnson and Mrs. John S.Gibbs.
-AskdForIt (re- d rs. Carmen Consa de Al-a
ulease p1)0m be- vares, Mrs. Colman Basso, Mrs.
A: 'WIH H. Wynne. Mrs. Jeanne

12: NOff Na uistev Society
March 22 To EWjy World Tour
The M th meeting the Pan- Nturnal So-
Vie6. an Opt* will be held at the orgas
Memorial Laboratory, Panama, CM
S at p"m. Wednueday, March 23. HO(P-WOODt adrews la-
Tworld toPur Gur the I'-t yeaer. A

PLAY. TJul NfW l to
City. e MldiMW, land wr.
pajama-elad toy, Introduced at theSnd Anbl al A T
tair In New York, recIt 20 scodms of "Now I lay me down
steep. I pray the Lord my soul Itop keep. God bWle nmosM
od w daddy. Amm." A built-in recording
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We ore Unpacking NW.,


and they are Beauties...



* Mary L. Wheeler
* Harry Taylor
* Ignacio J. Vald6s Jr.

* J. R. Roluffe
* Julio Abrahms
* Jesds Perazi Yepes

NOTE: The ab Oe are not winners in our club.
Th people won without paying.

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known divers from the hemisphere will dive from
the upper stories of El Panama into a 6 ft.
deep tank in the patio!


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wirm suits by }

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7 Street No. 13
4tb of July Ave. A J St.
Jluto Arosemena Ave. and 33 St.

182 La Carrasqula
Central Ave. 45
No. 3 Lottery Pmla

Fourth ofe.uly Ave.
Agenda Internal. do Publicaclones
4 Cemtnrl Ave.
Prque Ldefevl 1 treef

Ave. Thel No. 4"
141 Cantal Ave,
Se Street Ne.

J. fe. de la Oma Ate. No. 41
Kareet N&.
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We Have Everything
To Keep Your Lawn
and Garden Beautiful
During the Dry Season.
I Hose
i Econo Soil Spray
I Sprinklers
,a Fungicides

27 Central Ave. Tel. 3-0140

SDrs. A. and E. ORILLAC
S*Palramer Orduatlt"
"Chiropractic adds life to years.
and yv o to life."
55 pern Avenue Tel. 3-5lg
itl block from Lus Theatrei

"Insure In
Sure Insurance"
conlfet -
Phone Panama 2-0552
S 4th of July Avenue No. 14-28
Da 5 9;:10-12:00 and 1:30-S:00
IitatfdSU 9M0 to 1:00
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FOR SALE: Mahogany dining
table. Cowes made, 2 extensions,
8 chairs, light color; set Ency-
clopedia Britannica. Call Bolboa
FOR SALE: C I t h e s dryer,
Westinghouse. 60-cycle. .220-
volt. $70, crib. with .nnerspring
mattress. $15. House 552-A Cu-
rundu Heights
FOR SALE:-Mahogany bed with
springs. Call 3-2018 Panama,
morning and evening
FOR SALE:-25-cycle Westing-
house refrigetetor with freezer
compartment, 3-year guarantee;
mahogany dining roorr. set, toble
and 6 chairs, one year old, small
two-shelf mahogany bookcase;
\enet'an blinds, aluminum, for
Type 333 house 6 feet by 5 feet,
3 green. 2 blue. 1949-Chevrolet
4-door sedan. Can be seen any- 6425 Dos Bocas Street, Los
R.os. .

FOR SALE' 1953 AJS Motor-
cycle, 500cc I single I spring
frame, excellent condition. Priced
right AIIC James Boll, Phone
Albrook 4261 before 3:30 .p.m.



FOR SALE:-1953 Chevrolet 210
4-door sedan. 2-tone green, good
condition. Call Balboa 2-3186
after 4 p.m.

FOR SALE:-1947 Plymouth 4-
door, good condition. House No.
5273 Dioblo. Phone 2-3124.

tible, sand and block, radio,
vw/s/w tires, undercoat, excellent
condition. Owner leaving Isth-
mus. Call Kobbe 6182 or Quar-
ters 118-A.
FOR SALE:- 1954 Ford Crestline
hardtop Victoria. Has radio and
Fordomatic. Only 5000 miles.
Coll Kobbe 6276 for appoint-
FOR SALE:-1951 Custom tu-
dor V-8 Ford, duty free $725.
See after 5 p.m. at 0590-A @a-
yano* Street tOld Corral Areal,
FOR SALE:-1953 Ford Conver-
tible, all extras, undercoat, 8000
miles. Phone Navy Pacific 3736.
FOR SALE:-1947 Kaiser sedan,
53.000 miles. Origial owner,
$250. 5615-B Diablo. Phone 2-
FOR SALE:-1954 Buick Rivie-
ra. undercoat. all extras. Excel-
lent. Phone Navy 3763 or 3736.

Three-Month-Latfe French

Budget Chopped, Passed

Canal Zone Dental Polyclinic
C a"" --', .D PARIS, Mq.Ag 1l UP Th! knowing anything about the
Dr. C. E. lasqga F. renc NttR fal! Assembly early[ plan of reorganization of the ar-
Deniure--bridse wat-i.l bhrasl*' yesterday.. passed France's 19~5 my," argued Montel.
G6enern practice Budget but chopped it In two by "How could it ithe Assembly l
Tivoli (4th t July) Ave No. 21A24 refusing to vote military credits accept the responsibility of vot-
(pposite Ancon School Playgroulnd until the government announc- ing this budget when the Min-]
Tetlhlion a.21I-Panm**a .*e its plan for reorganization of Ister for National Defense him-
the National defense system. self declares it Is quite insuffi-
The Assembly'rose upland set dent?"
a-Ide the tn.litary part of the, Explaining in turn that the
CANA'tW ILADIE..,. ova budget just before midnight o-oe: figure quoted for military ex-
HANDS of skill create a government protest by a vo:e penses are not definite, but
S EADS of beauty for Easter of 394 to 209. merely and indication Finance
F Y M -- -A France must now continue Miister Pierre Pflimn p ead-
"I[ l I ....operatin her military services ed in vain for the adopton of
Beauty- Salon with prvisionalmonthly appro- articles six and seven.
Balboa Tel. 38 priatins, as she has since n- The separation of the military
*B M ..1..* -1 uary first when the 1955 budget expenses were voted by 394 a-
was scheduled to come into eb. against 209 shortly before mid-
fect night.
NEED TO RELAX? The weary deputies finally
S ge.le ma.vage by experienced op- The Assembly then went on-to voted the rest of the budget by
Sou r will do therkk pude o vote the rest of the budget -- 302 to 211 after Premier dgar
fn our Maplnsame alone t Panm, I nearly three months late. Faure forced past all other de-
S.3-1660, Exten636, from 10 a.m. "laying tactics of the election-
to 7 p.m. The defeat was probably not conscious deputies pressured by
Il Panama Massage Salon serious for the governmentt as anti-tax crusader Pierre Pou-
such, but it showed the exti-eme jade.b
shakiness of Premier E d g a r The budget provided for civil
Faure's position in the National and other expenditure 2,479,000,-
SA. Assembly just before the Canton- '000000 francs.
S RANSPO-rs -AXTer. S al elections scheduled e t Total revenue is 2,993,000,000,-
' Phones -2-2451 2-- &Z month. It was,also an added de- 000 francs-
=:* f^Mi~mi.. monstration orthe government' .
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL .the big, debate on the passed by Jan. 1. But the great!
Riding Jumping classes daily Paris pt German rear- debate of German rearmamen:
3 to 5 p .m. Phone 3-0279 moment ed this week. in the National Assembly delay-
*- sy by appointment. i Di teatM M hotel i ed it. and since then a 19-day a tW ,National De- government crisis further upset
fense Committee proposed that calculations.
". articles six,'and seven concer- France has been living on
--bo hMni 1ov.L ning rmilitai'y: ettenses 823,0 0,- monthly appropriations.
000.000 francs for all territo- The meeting terminated only
*- L Alltr D I ies exceptig_$he Far East, and after Faure detached an article
Ab o Ibs Al|l But| 67,000, cs for the Far Friday asking for special finan-
S.E* ast, ble and upheld. cial decree powers to carry out
"How. Assembly possi- tax "reform" and promised to
lous Holiday bly fix at ount of military present a changed request next
expenses. *without having seen week.
SBUENOS AFES, Argentina, the new budget and. without The final vote was 392 to 211.
March 21 (UP). .-The govern- .
*eait has abolished all religious
,Solwdays except Christmas and
o o Friday in order to help the!
Iatlonal economy.
The number of national holtl- .
Yas on which public employes
, not required to work was cut
It"rdm 23 tQ II and affected
Sly religious observance.
A decree issued yesterday said
o.lL.n Christmas. Good Friday
ajid nine other days would pub-
% 'm em ployes be all owed to stay

-M e other days devoted to
e igic, patriulic or religious ob-
'fations will be maintained as
but on zuch days public
government workers must
k as 6usuI," the decree said.
added that the government
in "adhesion to the proL
vity and Social Welfare
Today under govern-,

holidays still observed qa-
F were new year's day, the
Sand Tuesday of Mardi
GoA. Y riday. may
Sy 25 anniversary of
tm e revolution, Inde-
a July 9. the an-


NMOB--ie 6 mM muI d by Portugal
d es untry. s rams ,nom oin nemrami
I bra= .=a Bi@l. Manarehs pictwed
U='e S-ugo and Alfmw,


FOR SALE: 10 good saddle
horses. Can be seen at Panama
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.
Coll 2-3063 or 3-4904. Distri-
buted by Productos de Madero,
S A., 98 Central Ave., between
Kodak Building and Fifth Ave-
nue Store.
FOR SALE:-'51 Olds-88, baby
bed, high chair. 213-C Pedro
Miguel, after 6 p m.
FOR SALE:- 4 Electric Mules
(Yale) with station for charging
batteries. Bargain price. See at
Muelle Ingles, Phones 2-0550,
Want a GENUINE 'factory radio
in your car at COST PRICE? Lim-
ited amount of brand NEW ra-
dios available for: 1949- 1950
Ford; 1952 Ford and Mercury,
1953 Ford and Lincoln, 1954
Ford and. Lincoln. Get yours to-
day while they lost. COLPAN

FOR SALE -3 air-conditioners,
-,-ton Svlvania unit, in perfect
condition Good for office or bed-
room. Call Panama 3-0226 be-
tween 9 a.m.-12 noon, 2-5 p.m.

Gramdch's Santa Clara. Beach
Cottage; Modern convenienceM
modTrte rate. Phone Gamboa
FSTR bl COTT'AGES, one mile
past Santo CJara. Low rateL-
PhIpe Jilboa. 1866.
WILLIAMS' Santo Clara Beach
Co s, refrigeration.
2-OhnM sR P nhe B b 050

Ajartilnat u
ATTMITIOMN. .1. '1,M3 Wu birt
modem furnished apaoents I,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water. Tef
Panama r -4941.
FOR RENT:-Furnished and un-
furnished 2 and 4-room modem
apartments. Contact Alhambra
Apartments, 10th Street, Phone
16- Colon

A-wrim., ornne uaiboa iu/v. I DOD, wiwn.
Phillip. Oceanside cottagess,. FOR RENT: Cool 2-bedroom
Santa Clara. Box 435, Balboa. apartment. living-dining room,
Phone Panama 3-1877, Cristo- screened, $60. 56 Belisario Par-
bal 3-1673. ras. Key apartment 3. Informa-
tion Phone 2-2316 or 3-0234.
W ANTED FOR RENT:-Two'room apart-
Sment. Apply1088. Colle Las Dos
Milcellaneous Paimeras.

tires ,mitable for reconstructing.
NAL, Ave. Peru No. 7. Phone

Wanted Position
Experienced MANUSCRIPT and
THESIS typist. Work guaranteed.
Prices arranged. Call Balboa

Moscow Charges UK

With Violating '44
AnninASnviAl Tr-alv

FOR RENT:-Modern two-bed-
room apartment in Bella Vista,
51st Street No. 42. Call Zubie-
ta. Phone 3-3336.
FOR RENT: Furnished aport-
ments, moderate rpnt. North A-
merican neighbors, frequent
transportation. Phone 3-0471.
FOR RENT:-To responsible par-
ty only, modern and furnished
two-bedroom apartment in Cam-
po Alegre. "Cristina" Building,
Avenido Manuel M. Icoza B. for
$150. For further information
phone Quilono 2-2718.

FOR RENT: Furnished apart-
ment, one bedroom, living room,
dining room, porch. Phone 3-

S' Houses

FOR RENT.--Small cholet, one
bedroom, living-dining room,
kitchen. Moderate rent. General
JosE de San Martin Ave. No. 6,

Raj I~~ate

Azull, Hse 2
'Position Offered FOR SALE-ou
WANTED: Sales agents for, 00 ropert
club. Good opportunity for inter- du ,$9 .
tested person. Porisien Furniture h .-m .thly,
Store; No. 7-10 Central Ave. VMto smO..
.Vista ermosa $,o ,.fCz,
WANTED: -- Spanish- English house, 2 stores :$r1l.
secretary for motion picture com- $6,889 mortgage. Choletir3 -
*pany, Must hove previous expe- rooms $12,500. Ageneim.. n.
rience arid he a competent work- R. Thomas, 259 Cen'tal Aven
er. Apply alboo Ave. and 26th or 31-35.'Phone 3-10( ,
East Street. portado" 3404.

FOR RENT Help antd
Room...., WANTED:- ReRable wold ..
FOR RENT:---Cool, comfortable general housework a-d :h .
furnished room, outside city. Must slepp in. ngel -44b .
Kitchen and living room privi- comer Colombia S areeli.Saua.A-
leges. Phone 2-2298. portents,.Apt. J., .

City Eafers Favor Farmers'

High Prices, Pamphlet Says

FOR SALE-White console elec-n II 1i FOR RENT: Ideal apartment WASHINGTON. March 21 (UP)
trick sewing machine, excellent LONDON, March 21 (UP for couple. Living room. b'd- The House Agriculture Com-i
Albook 86p't17a 'ra- Moscow radio charged Britain room, dinette-kitchen. Cale Doa- mittee has produced al-pag
Albook 86-3217. Qtrs. i. yesterday with 'flagrantly vio- rien No 8. next street from 4th. pamphlet supporting the viw
S'latin hAnl vitTrat July Avenue. that city consumers favor a rb-
lating" the Anglo-Soviet Treaty Jul
FOR SALE of 1944. turn to rigid high price supports
0w = or .farmers.
or Ift A Moscow radio broadcast FOR RENT:-2-bedroom apart- 'The unusual document set
Boats & Motors monitoredhererdsaid theTpacteIThe unusualtoCument set
Boat & Motors monitored here sad the pact meant. duplex house, fenced yard, forthstatements in support of
had been sealed, during World goraae. laundry tub. 9th Street, the legislation by AFL PresidentI
FOR SALE: Johnson outboard War Two "with the blood of both Son Francisco. Call Gamboa 6- Geore Mea. President
25-hp. 75 hours maximum use nations." But it charged that 206. Wlter Re uther and he leaders
$325. Cardoze y Lindothis pledge is being violated fla- of three big ffiliatedI
FOR SALE: Outboard cruiser grant y by Britain's ruling cir- unio ns.
18' with or without motor. May laew ittheGtermnin Ik es Name linkd a The issue will be joined to-
be seen ot 55 3rd St., New Cns- morrow when a controversial bill
tobol, Phone 3-1687. taii edle to say that sA e pel the administration's
----di.sreg:ard for solemn pledges Witti DixonYale s nod elin
- H- ,a Ta cannot but have the most ad- up xper ued oswoe of rbhlm
Sp n Duers effet onBsritish- prestige," 01 are expected to vote overwhelm
Charging that Britain's policy sPublication of the labor lead-
In U Wintr n Asia was "absurd' 'and "makes WASHINGTON, March 21 (UP) ers' statements amounted to a
her an accom lice in American -Chairman Ralph H. Demmler formal acknowledgement by De-
ot11 Oeln o power politics n this area," Mos- of the Securities and %Exchange mocratic farm leaders they can.
all ton illrI cow radio said Britain's adher- Commission has refused to tell a not push the bill throu h the
CHICAGO. March 21 (UP) ence to the SEATO pact has congressional su bcom ittee House without overwhelming
Blowimg snow and cold swept "done u tremendous harm to Ker whether he discussed the con- support from Democrats from
through the Great Plains toda prestige among the Asian peo- troversial Dixon Yates power big cities, many of whom voted
as winter delivered a final punchples who are well aware of the case with President Eisenhower last year for flexible supports.
before giveingway to spring .real alms of SEATO-Asia bill- before the commission approved Committee Chalrmhn Harold
A tornado struck today in a wark of aggression and colon- financing of the 107-millon-dol- D. Cooley (D-N.C.) said in an
rural area of Arkansas near the alism. lar project. Interview he was confident the
town of Subiaco No deaths or -bill would be supported by city
injuries were reported but police Demmler used as his reason congressmen and would pass.
said a n mber of 'buildins were r ia Re ored for secrecy a letter written bv He emphasized the labor lead-
unroofed, including a barn hous- i p r President Eisenhower during last ers stopped forth voluntarily in
ing 3000 chleckens. Officers said (Continued from Page 1) year's McCarthy-Army row. The support of the farm bill. He said
the chickens.wer eone with the d ia i of t I n t Na chief executive in the letter, for- there was "no deal" involving
the chickens were "gone with the eal seion ofthe United Na- bade administration witnesses to any promise by the Democratic
w ons General Assembly to con- tell a Senate subcommittee about farm congressmen to support la-
Srnider placing Formosa under a White House discussions of Sen. bor legislation in return for the
4:36 a.m.n today with the vernal t hp Joseph R. McCarthy's tight with labor leaders support of their
equinox' or when the center In its final report at the clos- the Army. farm bill.
of the sun is directly over the In session of Its eighth annual Rep. Joe L. Evins ID-Tenn) Cooley said the publication of
equator. cne nshouo bDtsai i toldDemmler: 'What I am try- the labor leaders' statement will
But there was nothing spring- Cate the United States from the is whether or not the President never had to reply to charges on
like about the weat er that present threat of war in the For- orh the House floor that rigid ih
howled out of the northern mosa straits.",or t Bureau of the Budget, orusH farm su forts are oiied
Rockies and knifed across the Joseph L. Raub, Jr., Washing- aybody in the dWhteHou'e, Icity cons mers.
Great Plains into the Midwest. ton, D.C.. lawyer, was elected commission in this Dixon-Yates1 The bill would restore man--
Lives we ietock and hway wr arn- AA chairman for a one year matter, or whether you acted on datory supports at 90 per cent of
iLfn ,w vs n- or prins o rm. your decision in that case." parity for 1955, 1956 and 1957

Vo orauu, yVomU4 ,aU ,UK-
lahoma, New Meco, Iowa, Ne-
braska and southernWiscon3in.
The snow was expected to ac-
cumulate two to five inches in
these areas with the possibility of
10 Inches in some sections.
Temperatures plunged sharply,
as much as 30 and 35 degrees
from warmer weather Saturday.
The mercury divedt to eight a-
bove zero at Minto, N.D.. and in-
to the teens in NebISla.
At Woodland in Wutern Kan-
sas it was 18 degrees as the win-
try blast moved in. atw*ard a-
cross the state at KaP d City \t
was 28.
Forecasters said low tempera-
tures tonight In fhejlains would
be zero to 15 degrees above.
The cold fIron wM epswning
rain and thundertr on its
warmer edge hroug a much
of the Midwest and In obuth-
The cold air was te t
reach the Ohio telO d the
Texas Panhalnte by td"Itrow,
although with tmp6=mt not
quite s o ow. Chiaw ep d
a dip to a bout fre .
%ewher e In tti a the
weather general 1 -
though i Pacific

Rauh told a news conference
ADA will criticize the Democra-
tic or Republican Party anytime
It feels either is sacrificing prin-
ciples to party unity.
Meanwhile, Sen. John Mar-
shall Butler i R-M.) charged that
ADA "is infected by a hard core
of Communist sympathizers."
The organization yesterday
voted 2 to 1 for a resolution
that-said the Compmunist Par-
ty is engaged in conspiracy a-
gai9tst the Uniteti States.
"Jwlitmlagine any real red-
blooded patriotic organization...
voting' high as one-third a-
gailst a resolution condemning
the Qommunist conspiracy," But-
ler sal' l a statement.
He sa We ADA "Is the gaU to
proclaim fitelf a liberal organ-

"I do not know of any in-
stance, Dixon-Yates Included."
Demmler replied, "in which I
have had any mental reservation
ith respect to my faithfulness
to my oath of office."
The Dixon-Yates contract,
which calls for construction of a
steam-generating plant at West
Memphis, Ark., by a private
utility combine, required SEC ap-
proval for financing. Tennessee
Valley Authority.
Under the contract, the Dixon-
Yates plant would supply TVAin
the Memphis ara with electrici-
ty to replace power supplied by
TVA to atomic energy installa-
tions elsewhere.
Evins charged permission for
two utility holding companies--
Middle South and the Southern
Company-to unite in the Dixon-
Yates ptject was reversal of
previous government polo Ur of
breaking uptulity holding com-

Wffapd 13l a u'snowstorm
ayuteroon while an
ift trim-rrb~ 'It. about h1
WHO oh f V furt. to
mj^ie. to the mztheaut.
miu haa u2 miles from
tbe Iron urtein frontier with
Fat Ghomer- alet
..laa *tat. hau ARf alartadl

crops of wheat, corn, peanuts,
rice and cotton.
The pamphlet .-contained-a re-
print of Reuther's tetlozon* be-
fore the committeieFeb. 3.'3oln-
ing Meany in filing statements
with the committee were lUJam
Polack, executive vice pre dint
of the CIO Textile WOgtrs
Union; Jacob S. Potofsky,Jps-
Ident of the CIO Amalfaw
Clothing Workers Union; CdJ.
A. Belrne, president of the CIO
Communications Workers Union.
The labor leaders took the po-
sition the bill would bolster, farm
income and, thus, helped pro-
vide "full employment ',In. the
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Marriage Is for Always
By ane. J ma L O'Brie, lb. m1, e tUme.ivmtWy a oMaif
IN CALIVOuIA women has Jpartnrs until death. Th. M *
flied suit for divorce because her tract they MWke misKU- -I
husbad dlarammed the wds g iolemny binds bth IParte .Va-
formation of the football team til death.
he coached on fluffy biacuts I WHUE CLASPING Tn
made for his bmakfast." This, 31U lT AND of hit brik,
she alleged, constituted mentall groom solemnly w-0 tb eeM
cruelty." aid man: I take thie f1r WS
If the court filUOW P the pC- lawful wife,to hOwve Ad
dent set in any states of from thlsday orwad, for beettW .
granting divorce tor IE 6m"- for worse, for .lrer, .l
eat and smlt nSsickness bmudkM Sa.
reasons, death pedt,"pu
wi relcew li The unl ine.
divorce. 'T1iO hly h lter it be4"

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of demthle. lome Mtj m
ever pllghted by trl rthe ilis .

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sh a troubolo0C&i it'sn very easy to go wrong with
C OT RECO Y-4tritrgers have o, the play of today's hand. As a mat-
the homeisof-resident. of theApple Spur community, northwest4of tei of fact, a very experienced
Bopr. Arki., thanks to a novel directory system. Liik the payer managed to mangle It
above, sig lifting the names of residents have bes erected at when the hand was actuallUy dealt.
flve litlipali road intersections, lilting a total of 2 families, Since the hand is a fairly common
S ........type, it's worth looking at.
-+ *BWest opened the deuce ofhearta,
and that suit was continued until
South ruffed the third round. South
saw that the bulk of his tricks
would come from clubs, and he
wrongly decided to go right after
them. He led a club to dummy's
Queen, another club to the ace,
TYfRADIO and then ruffed a club in the dum.
i R ADIO my with the queen- of spades.
byIkgn. Johiaso This lay established the rest of
\ by tkl onthe clubs, and South decided to
r --. .. -. draw trumps. He cashed the king
S and ace of spades, but then stopped
HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Be-. A whole covoy of stars-richard for some belated thought. He now
bind the Camera: Cyd Charisse Widmnark. Charles Boyer, Lillian had one small trump left ih ducn.
and 20: pugilists with battered Gish, Oscar Levant, Paul Stewart my and the fctk of trumps in uiis
nuses and cauliflower ears take andnewcomerJohn le rr--are in- owr hand. O nttrump was still out.
their places for the big '"What a volved itn an exterior scene for If he drew the last trump and
Dame" musical number in MGM'si 'The Cobweb" on the back lot at led his good 'clubs, the opponents
'*tlt?" n p il i .eWatr." -. i ,MGM. It's a. spite-tingler .about would have the ace of diamonds
it -i4ht.. scene seta sanitarium for the mentally end a heart to take the last two
dg a ournd: of Stl i'lU, .w th Boyer as the head tricks.
man.'lll iw York, wllw rsycliiaLrist .. ....
pn riz da g'. with Cyd,. 1" overhear Widmark talking to In the hope of avoiding this fate
nd lu at her. Dia- Levant and Director Vincente n. South left the last trump out and
L -t act on must dovetail to r.ell. He asks Levant if he's had led a diamond towards the dum-
_. I -. secnod. any experience with psychiatrists, imy. West knew exactly what the
n 4 ing .fVill of thq priz "Experence?" says Leva trouble was, so he stepped up with
S" is Hpywood Why, 've already worn t th te ace of diamonds and led an
l.olt. "a*td. d 'a blank couches!" r t other club to permit his partner to
Olt W d W t fdac.' u t overrruff the dummy. The defen-
n ed adapi pg pu thus got twoh adia-
so y hlireVe me i1 s THEY'VE RE CREATED A r t w eat, di.-
madlj at _up with platle street i Hong Kong for the Clark mond, and a trump to defeat the
oMs id' cumflwer ears. i Gable-Susan Hayward co-starrer, tn t. ,otrc
r e, ---. "ISodlei of Fortune," on the Fox As we have observed, South went
Tiero a healthy chunk of irhynlot. Banners and signs lettered wrong when he hastily began on
,rn ,li. "l3" set at Waner-,with Chirse characters duplicate the clubs. After ruffing the third
Lroe. lwr Robinaoa is ..r:Ldrlier footage taken in China and oud ofea ut od
iii.gAJbi dttorney-invoIveijDirector Ejward Dmytryck has led a diamond first in order to
Vib A.a crime s ln- cdlled out hundreds of Oriental +sablish thaitrck while a club
13 re y.. return was harmless.
c p -extras for the sequence in which return was harmless.
To. idicate Dekker's wealth, Sushn and Gable meet on Con. tk e
Iall d wn original paintings by caught Roa I watch an attract. diamods dmmy would win
such. fiastrs as Gauguin, Matse twe Chinese woman who's work. with the queen an then Sotuh
ar.d Iendfr decorate tie walls. ing as an extra with her four. -cou go aft er the clubs accord
SThey wore loaned to.Warners by )ear-Old son: She's having trouble plan. If West took the ace
I Robmwson from his _rlon-dollar. wittheth youngster and I under. diamonds, he could return nothing
art- l on but as I watch the stand why when L hear him bawl: ti.atwould bother South.
si ;.htear this dialogue from "Bt, mummy, promised A lub return at this stage would
the ampp that I'd see Jackie Gleasn find East still following suit, and
e a s "eQuite a collection- s .. iouth could take the queen and
.'t I LEXBARKER and Warren Stev- ace of clubs, tuff a club with duim-
Robinson: "QuIte. I epvy cna are getting instructions from my s queen of spades, and draw
you. All I can afford are Director Bill Castle for an'action trumps with the king, ace and
+ ro Crctions." sequence in "Duel on the Missis. ack. The rest of the clubs would
--- sippi" at Columbia. The scene then be good
THE .PERMANENT westernn, ca Tsfor Lex to climb a tree and
street at U-I has been converted I take a place on- an overhanging fV
into .pner "town in Alaska for limb. so he can jump 6oi Stevens IAM it
the a su 'semake of "The Spoil- as he rides by. When Lex is asked
er."And even on a movie set if be lunderstands what he is to
starsget. .ii Studio prop men do. in the: ree. he quips: It's time for a wife tb wonder
ha*sd the naneoes f contract "After five yearW as 'Tar1an' what's wrong with her before she
t $lo9,sigsonalU tb-buildibEgs there's o o ay mam Who kbw starts wapderin what's wrong
MA'a.ips Bakery ma- more abot ftu, tbhu I do sa with lr sani-
,n' aunM ue ai Rock's that's .Jeyc lrmner." It has bean more thin a couple
UI. behav en't for- of week& siamwe he-has said "I love
Stule, either. Kiddieland fashion nte: Dinah you" or wws that eM n the same
Sthe corner, there's Shore's miss is wearing a blonde tling.
Fr 7 h. sheared coat. Vbhe often je s tthe children
'as yoursr" ald ofs "ours."
If one :'f his silent, uneommuial
native moods last more thin three
1b ha unt laughed out loud in
"If he no oner tass her about

If her conversation or reports of
h'r dadly doings seem to bore him
to death or mare him asow signs
like e s annoyed wit he ap-
a, cecaa the house or the way
Children flook when he comes,
home In the eveala
what you.are gping to say" besore

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MIXED-UP MIDDLE EAST-Arab nations of the Middle East. until recently more or less solidly
allied in thel An League. are now making faces at each other Egypt, leader of the League, i
didn't like it too much when Turkey and Pakistan signed a mutual defense pact (1). But Egypt
couldn't do msmt about it, because neither Turkey nor Pakistan is an Arab nation. The Western
Allies liked It One. Turkey is in NATO and the pact furnished a missing link in the chain of Western
defenses against Russian aggression. Then Turkey turned around and made a similar pact (2)
with Iraq. Egypt really blasted off then, because Iraq is Arabian. Egypt has long been against
alliances with non-Arab nations. She threatened to bust up the Arab League and form a new ,
one. excluding Iraq. Syria went along with this. Saudi Arabia is reported ready to join and ,
Lebanon ik "considering" It. Idea would be to form a neutralist bloc. More complications are
foreseen if Iran, as the West hopes, joins the Ttirkish-Iraqui alliance, thus adding another 1000
miles to the defense chain.

Kidnaped Newborn Baby

New Products

Soon Back With Mother By.G.VARTAN
So W Mr United Press Staff Correspondentl
SBEAUMONT, Texas, March 211 Police said. Mrs. chultz went ('an store guns, tools, garden
(UP)-A baby kidnapped from alto the Beaumont Baptist Hos-, mplemets and other rust-me n-
hospital nursery by a practical pital nursery wearing a nurse's aced objects the easy way now.
nurse only 30 minutes after ,uniform anci snatched the first Just encl ose them in am v-op,
birth was found unharmed In baby she saw after telling thea sturdy Kraft sheeting contameri

of the abduction. On the. drive to Houston, the in" iion point and other parts.
Mrs. Pauline Marie Schultz, child began bleeding from the As soon a:- you place the ob.
29, charged with taking the navel, authorities said. L-oyi j 'ct in the covering, a dry vapor
child while posing as a nurse, Frazier, Houston sheri's chiei., begins to rust proof every portion'
claimed the baby really was said Mrs. Schultz stopped at a cf metal. The rust-proof action is
hers and she delivered it her- clinic in north Houston, were guaranteed for five years.
undergone an operation that nurse, and the baby was treat-! The Kraft sheeting is impreg.
would prevent her from having ed by Dr. R. W. Schoettle. rated *ith a chemical compound,
children. hI The doctor had heard about bearing the Iungue-twistinom e
Mrs. Schultz, wife ofaneecthe kidnaping and notified a su- clohxy la um nitrat.
triclan and mother ot there i thorities after the woman and Thercs no need to -rease the'
coys, has received treatment fori baby left. m etal when using V-opes.
a mental condition. her hus- rort t erluaant fr ey as
band tod authorities. She was After they recovered the child. The anti rust material also
brought here to face kidnapping authorities rushect her to Beau- cumes in 25-foot rolls. You can use
charges, and docht here tors who exam- month where doctors verified her 'he rolls to line cabinets, tool
charges, ad octorhe had who had identity. Then se was place noxes and even jars. Larger piec-
ne bherabyre enthe hadn the arms of her m there 28 such as power tools. may be
"She may be a ent ck girl" said yea ary entirely clo Westwi Co..
Detective B. L. Vandewater Mrs. Wharton Shad asked toWes
who brought here here. s eethe baby Saturday night,
Mrs. Schultz became so hys- but was told it was too soon Here something new for fire-
terical a doctor had to ive to do so:- en: awaterproofing material to
her a sedative and her array gn- Whafton, 28. a processing en- eep fire hope from n becoming
ment was postponed until t- gineer, told his wife yesterday e aked while in action,
day. 'about how your daughter n
The kidnapped baby was iden- spent the night in Houston." I "Superseal' prevents mildew
titled through footprints taken He handed her a copy of a rotting. the main cause of fire
immediately after birth n the Beaumont newspaper contain-; hose failure The new product
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ing a story about the kidnap- also keeps hases flexible in free.
George Wharton. She was torn I ng. Then he told her the whole ing wea her. thus making the fire.
at 12:4 p.m. Saturday. kid- story, and she was -flabber-'fighting job easier. for firemen.
aped at 1: 15 n -n4-4 gasted.
at 2 a.m. yesterday. She was When she first glanced at the The "Supeiseal" treatment can
n her mother's ars fo, edlin she said, she feredi be appLed to any size hose. After
first time dt 10:30 .a st'r one of their two other chId-l s treated. the fire hose has a
t time ter ren had been kidnapped. They' rier "feel" than ordinary hose.
have a son, Jimmy. 2, and a(8.- F. Goodrich Co. Akron, U.i
daughter, Leslie Ann, 4. -
Whe n Mrs. Wharton realized Want to take up treasure seek.
the new baby had been kidnap- hrg as a hobby or for profit?
aad at returned safely, she I portable electron m detector may
broke down and wept. nwer the need.
"It all seems like a dream," The nine-pound "Beachcomber"
dshe abi we e 6 n. s spots small metal objects at vary-
10 hes atby weighed Dr.pounds g deaths. The unit s a. modifica
10n ountessatbirth,"r.C. H.'sOs, h e te Oi ine detectrs used by aol.
Todd, who delivered her, lid diset in wartime. It features si
^l she had lost only the few "e-knb tuning control and car-
Iounces new-born babies usual ries standard lowrltage batteries.
I ly l s e.IA headphonee goes with the
Mrs. Schultz' husband came Ueaeheombe.. which may be used
'here from Houston with her. by prospectors and marine sal.
But Frazier safi Schultz did age crews. as well as amateur
not appear to have anything treasure hunters. (Radiac Co.
to do with the case. New York City.) .a




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World Champion Giants All Set To Open


Willie Running W41d,

Dusty Rhodes Pinch

Hitting Homers Again



At Fort Meyer, Fla.
nlladelpia 031 00 000-1 6 1
Pittsburgh 010 000 Olx-2 7 1
Rooees, Welhmeler (6) and
Bur ess. Littlefteld. BurkOnt (8)

NEW YORK, March 21 (UP)-Willie Mays is and pa WP Surkont. LP
running wild and now Dusty Rhodes has started Wemeler__
pinch-hitting homers again, so the world champion At Bradenton, Fia.
New York Giants are all set to open the 1955 season. ato ee (B) 020 015 000 8 1
After Amazin' Willie poled allowing no runs and only five Brewe, Clevnger (5), Smith
three homers to carry the singles in five innings, although t8) and Bucic.i Co)s, Rolarid
champs to a 4-2 8a turday the Orioles went on to lose to (4) WP Strag ler (e), Trowbridge
triumph over the Cleveland In- Kansas City, 3-2, when rookie i (6). WP -. levenger. L -
dians, dauntless Dusty kept the Jack Littrell singled home the btraigier.
"World Series Act" rolling on winning run off Saul Rogovin; A- Sarso,,
Sunday by pinch-hitting a lhon- Wally Post blasted two C nein- At Sarasota ', fFla.
er that touched off the winning nati homers as the Reds beat the Detroit 000 000 030- 3 4 1
rally in another 7-3 win over the Chicago White o x, 7-3, in Ma ss, Fro ( 123 010 30x-10 15 1
The two victories put the at Tampa dedicatedby Commis- Sharkey'(8)and Wilson. Strixl
OGiants ahead, 4-3, in the spring sooner Ford Fnick and other base-8 (6). Sumlivan, Parnell (6). Hur
series between the teams that ball officials; and Joe Adcock's (9) and Daley. Wi bulivan.
clashed in last year's fall clas- elght-inning homer gave the LP Maas.
'ic. (The Indians also won a Milwaukee Braves a 5-4 win .,-h ---.
"B" team game.) over the St. Louis Cardinals as AtS ukPetersburg, 00 -
But the Glants could ,hardly Jim Wilson threw five shutout Milwaukee 002 0010-3 1 0
ask for anything more to make innings for the Braves to win. BuS te, Wilson 000 0004 11 0
them'happy Mays, a tip-top Burdette, Wilson (5) and CMn-
them ap--n -yig interpball, dall. Miller, Preako (5), Schultz
hape after playing winter an (7) and Rice. WP Wilson. LP
no a fhivs i nes e King s Prize Schults. HR Aaron, A4cock.
May. Rhodes has his eye on the At Tuson, Cleveland "B" vs.
ball again. And southpaw Johnny Chicago (N) "B" cancelled rain.
Antonelli, allowing only two hitsChc o ( N) { B cancelled, rain.
In five Innings yesterday, points ArD o B1 nna na B-
Up the general readiness of the 5 l VUU AtW atna Beuschy and A-
hodesbl t into the right- troth. McDonald, Rogovin (6)
field bleachers came off burly and Moss. WP.-. Burtschy..LP
'Mike Garcia and touched off T- k RogOvln.
a live-run rally. About the on- rac creature At Tampa Fla
ly happy note for Cleveland At Tampa, Fla.
was a homer by Ralph ner Cincinnati 010 000 114-7 9 0
fit of the sring for the for- --- Chicago (A) 010 010 010-3 10 01
m National League slugger. The Stud Rio rande's King's Fowler, Pearce (6), Scantle-
The Brooklyn Dodgers, who Prize, under a masterful rideury (9) and Seminick. Trucks.
,o r, uChakales (6, Brazle (9) ana
want things to be "different" from jockey Jose Bravo, eked out Cohaut a wP Peace. LPa
thiS year, saw something very a head victory in the featured Crtney. I Pearce ". LP -
different Sunday when manager $1,000 Classes "A" and "B" Spe- Chakales. Ha Post (2). Kell.
Walter (The Quiet Man) Alston clal at Juan Franco yesterday -
got so steamed up he was eject- Carrying the feather of only At Orlando, Fla.
ed from a 9-8. 10-lnning victory 105 pounds, surprising PerslaL (13Inning ), ,. 1
over the New York Yankees. But Countess gave King's Prize a Pitt lUO 000 010 000 2 4 12
Alston could be happy about ace royal battle all the way of the Wash. 000 020 w 000 000 0-2 4 0.
Carl Erskie who allowed only one mUa. and one th ,dis Kline, King (8), Garber (10)
one bit n tihee innings, while tance. 6",anotitt U .- 1 and Atwell. ascual, Hyde. (8),
Yankee skipper Casey Stengel last R teY' of ti irithRamos (11) and Edwards. WP
was pleased with hurler BoI race that the issued was decide. rr. LP Ramos. HR -
Gnrin who gave up one run and Bravo, Bias Agurre, and Alfre- Busby. -
five hits in five Innings. do Vasquez, with" two wins a- .. ---
Two other pitchers who de- piece, were the outstanding rid-.At Mesa, Ar ..
ll.ite-,. their mPnagers were ers yesterday on a program that Los Angelga 000 000 000-0 6 0
Fr.'i': Stllivan of the Boston was marred by a fall suffered (PCL nn n
Rel SOx and veteran Emory by veteran Bolivar Moreno who Chicago (N) 041 000 005 7 0
(B,': 1 Church of the Chica o fell off native filly Llboria after DroL. McLsh (3), Lown (7)1
Cub ,livan ,a 15-game t of the-ta of the 3rd race. Moe- and R C ch, Jeffpoat (6)
ner $'year; became the f rt o arrled off th track on and .. Chuft...iU
Box t t. five innings a at r.d J~espital re Dr. ackson, OChurch.
and hly ne hit .4 p -t thathe Wasnos ser. *t .... --
Bos its fourth straight iu aued. 1t Min iF P
vlcto 3,' over me Detroit (10I innings)
Th!ers. He's now gone 1-1 in- The dividends: N. York (A) 000 102 302 0-8 10 3
nings with out giving up an Brooklyn 001 000 610 1-9 13 31
er'ned run. FIRST RACE Grim, Byrne t6), KonstantyI
C'-urch. battling for a malor- 1-Nacho $6.80 4.00, 2.20 7), Russell (8) and Berberet,
le"-ue comeback after winning 2-Ika $4.00, 2.20 Howard (S). Erskine, Negray (4),
1-1 games at Lqs Angeles. pitch- 3-Dalida P $2.40. Hughes (7) LaSorda (8), Black
el rFrfcct ball in his five-innings SECOND RACE (9) and Walker, Campanella (8).t
stint Ps the Cubs beat Los An- 1-Concejal $3.40, 2.20, 2.2f WP Black. LP Russell.
p: es, 7-0. In retiring all 15 bat- 2-Gaucha $2.20, 2.20 At L
tVrs, Church struck out two and 3-Gonzaga $2.20 At Los Angeles
r '- c only four balls to be hit First Double: $10.80 New York (N) 110 000 500-7 8 0
to the outfield. It was tle rno'- Cleveland (A) 000 000 003-3 8 2
x. rth straight win and their THIRD RACE Antonelll, Jansen (6) and Wes-
th:rd shutout in nine games this, 1-Orando (Excluded rom bet- trum. Feller, Aguirre (4), Gar-
spring. ting) cla (7) and Naragon. WP An-
The Pittsburgh Pirates con- 2-Don Wends $5.60, 2.20, 2.20 tonelll. LP Feller. HR -
tinued to be pleased by the 3-Bull Flea $2.20, 2.20 Rhodes. Kiner.
good showing of Dick Groat, 4-Fuego $2.20.
siort-top and former Duke One-T o: (Don Wende-Bull
University basketball star re- Flea) 8.20 l
turnMin after a two-year Ma- I FOURTH RACE
rme Corps hitch. Groat sin- 1-Avivato $2.80, 4.0 202.20
gled home the tying run In the 2-Sin Igual $10.40, 2.20
eihlith inning and then sin- 3-Lady Dancer $2.20. -
ged to touch off the winning Quintela: $24.40. %O
rally In the 13th Inning y.ster- By BEANS REARDON
.'y Mo the Pirates defeated the FIFTH RACE 24 Years in National League
Washington Senators, 4-3. 1-Yoslkito $7.40, 3.60, 2.40 Written for NEA Service
i other camps: 2-Chebanita $6.40, 2.60
Jim McDonald. former Yankee, 3-Golden Bound $2.20. QUESTION: With one out and
Im3ressed the Baltimore Orioles, SIXTH RACE runners on first and third, the
1-Pinipo $8.60, 4.20. 3.00 Latter lifts a high fly to center.
2-Remero $3.20, 2.80 Runner on third tags up after the
3--Golden Tap $4.00. catch nd scores. But runner onE
first didn't tag up went half way
SEVENTH RACE down. then was doubled up tryingI
1-Dark Sunset $4.60. 3.40, 2.80 .o get back. The run had crossed
2-Vedette $3.40, 2.60 before the play. Does it count?-
.I .----- --i- 3-Joe's Fiddling $3.20. George Shields.
fODAY 60c. -- 30c. Seond Double: -?3.80. Answer: Yes, it does. Tbe run.
S:4, 4:0 6:5 9: .. EIGHTH RACE ner who scored I not penalized.
1115. : 4:50 :55, 3:65 p.m. 1-F. A. Aa .0 A Infield double play, of course,
N--.$13- 0 ., 6.60, 3.00 ilu
2-Monte Rouge $7.00, 8.80 would nullify the run.
3-Nessclffe $3.20 Q. What, exaptly, does the new
Qulniela: $44.6. catching box consist of and why
NINTH. RACi 5vi as it InstaUlled?-George Reuben.
T RRACE A. It Is a box. 43 inches wide,
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TODAY 3c. a S e.

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(ohe Oerek Waine Stewarl
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1-mc d Rnh Oste-- 28.o0, 2.402, .2
2-Bradomitn 4.00, 3.40
3-Kiosco $2.40.
One-Two: $9.46.
1-King's Prize $3.00. 2.20
2-Persan Countess $2.20.
1-White Meet 311.60, 5.80, 4.00
2-Consentida $6.00 5.20
.-Plola $4.60.

Playground Sports
S. H. S.

Boy's Balboa High School ping
pong is now in its third week.
At the end of the second week
the original 36 boys were cut
down by eliminations to twelve.
The following twelve boys are
now entering the final week of
a very closely contested race for
the top poeltions.
The order in which, the con-
testants finished the third week
of play is:

.u In which the catcher must stay
until the ball has left the pitcher's
band. The whole theory behind
she mew ruling is to make it tough-
er to give a intentional walk.
Q. Runner on first breaks to
steal second. Batter hits a fo u l
lip which catcher holds. Can run-
ner be doubled up?-George Lar.
A. No, yea don't have to tag up
oa a fo Up-but .f the catcher
isad it, you must return to the
arlgmal base-It's the same as a

Doc Mitten Wins Isthmian

Amateur; Maury Muller 2nd-

The complete
Riley, Jim
Taylor, J.
Hinkle, Jr.
Des Londes, Jr.

Hinkle, Sr.

TAKE-OFF--arle Honowell nfies into the air at Panama City,
la., water ski competition. held. at St. Andrews Bay. (NAVJ

Joe Brown In Thrilling

Win Over Armenteros
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Joltin' Joe Brown of New Or-
leans last night kept his lo'al
unbeaten r e c or d intact by
punching out a thrilling unani-
mous decision over stout-hearted
Tony Armenteros of Havana,
Cuba in the ten-round main bout
at the Colon Arena.
The decision was booed by
many fans although Brown scor-
ed by a clear-cut margin. The
Panama American's scorecard
had Joltin' Joe ahead at the end
nf 95-88 although both fighters
won four rounds each and two
were even. The difference was
that Joe's winning rounds were
taken by wide margins while Ar-
menteros slightly outpointed
Brown in the ones he won.
Brown, 138, started slowly, as
usual, but warmed up as the
contest went along. Joe started.
to connect some real solid wal-
lops in the third round although.
Armenteros took the fourth but
Joltin' Joe went to,work on his
game rival with a vengeance in
the fifth and by the end of the
sixth round. Armenteros' mouth
was Spouting blood.
The Cuban's educated left
hand kept Brown off balance
during most of the contest but
his right was harmless and
Joitin' Joe at on would even
take ArmenteMe' blows with-
out attemptin to avoid them.
Brown tried hArd to stop Ar-
menteros in the ninth but by
then his blows lacked the neces-
sary steam. The dead game Cu-
ban: stood up toe-to-toe with
Brown In the lut round and was
the aggressor at the finish. He
definitely won .. tenthe and
seemed the stronger of the two
when the gong sounded ending
the fight.
This was the third meeting be-
tween these to .boys and Brown
has now won bo& last two. Ar-
menteros won h first on a de-
cision In six roUd*, Joti.'s Joe

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stopped Tony in eight in thel
second and no has won the third
on a ten-round decision.
The only discordant note on
this excellent program promoted
by Enrique Martin was the ac-
tion of bad boy Lupe Pancho in
the six-round semifinal. Pancho
lost by a TKO when he was
counted out sitting on his stool,
in the third round of his bout
against Chocolate II.
Pancho, 128, apparently was in
no mood to fight last night He
first walked out of the Arena
when the gateman refused to al-
low Pancho's nephew to enter.
The promoter explained that
Pancho had been given the usual
three courtesy tickets but Lupe
refused to change his mind even
though two National Guardsmenn
had to chase after Pancho and
bring him back to the Arena.
Lupe said that he would pre-
fer to go to Jail rather than fight
if his nephew were not given a
free admission. Finally Pan-
cho's nephew was allowed to en-
ter and Pancho went back to his
dressing room.
When the fight with Choco-
late 11 started it was evident
i that Pancho wanted to clown
more than anything else. Cho-
colate had4o open a gash eve-
his left cheek before he woue /
throw some solid punches.
Between rounds, Pancho sat
with his legs crossed while per-
forming funny antics. When the
bell sounded for the third round
to begin, Pancho did not budge
and referee R. (Young Yellow)
Springer counted to nine before
Panho moved. Springer tolled
"ten" before the eccentric boxer
got to his feet. Pancho then
squared off as though he were
gollfgi to punch the referee but
he didn't. Chocolate was ruled
the winner. I
Pancho's purse was retained
by the Boxing Commission and,
the boxer escorted to Jail by a
police officer.
Mrcal Mollpar, 134%, teeh-
neallty knocked out Hankt Bar-
/o.l H 133. when he opened
S dP rub ove r the latters left
'., laudio Martine, 115. won a
Inanmous decision over Kid
[BB 115, In his four-round
wo 0ut. M t-nez looks lite a

YORK. Manh 21 (UP)
t e two brilliant AW-Aer-
I add this Itore eom-
W unselfish u ers" apd



Steady playing Dr. Herbert
Mitten, a thee-tme runner up
in the Panama Amateur Golf
Tournament, yesterday finally
hit the jackpot by turning In a
two over par 70 for a total 72-
I hole sore of 282 to finish four
strokes ahead of runnerup Mau-
rice Muller.
Joh"ny MacMurray, several
times winner of' the event and
considered the beat local ama-
tour, wound up third seven
strokes behind the winner,
Doe 70 was the best final
round score. Tony Jankus' 71 en-
abled him wind up fourth with
a total of 290. Johnny Mac turn-
ed in a 72 and Muller, who
started the day only one stroke
behind Mitten, had a final
round 73.

Williams, Frank

e results:
Ion Flight


227-75 302
231 84-315
237-81 318
242-76 318
234-85 319
241-81 322
239-84 323
240-83 323
240-85 325
242-86 328
245-88 333
249-84 333
245-89 334

Second Flight
Lewter 237-77 314
Sanford 243-72 315
Ridge 240-76 316
Riley, George 241-77 318
Welchman 245-74 319
Johns 244.-77? 321
Young 249-73 322
Cooper 241-82 8323
Shaw 240-85 325
Duffus 2,42 85 327
Mills 248-86 332
Briad 246-86 332
Corkis 241-886 337
Mathews 256-82 338

Third Flight
Olickenhaus 240-78 318
Collins 245-76 321
Fish 249-78 325
Des Londes, Br. 244--84 328
Peca 247-85 332
Glock 253--1 334
Bass 251-84 335
May 2M8-78 336
Macoubray 256-85 341
Jorrerpaon 260-84 344
Walker 259-86 345
Taylor, R. 258--105 363

Fourth Flight
Bergman 259-81 340
Terian 260-81 341
Silvis 255-87 342
Zanall 265-79 344
Malavesic 260-90 350
Berkhardt 266-86 352
McNamara 264-91 355
Beavers 264-93 3U7
Copeland 269-100 vt
McClellan 270-09 39"
Pyfer 275-94 369

Fifth Flight
Boyd 269-84 353
Bosworth 269-89 358
Sampson 267-96 33ss
Eberenz, Leo J. 280-85 365
Gonzales 272-94 3NO
Hamilton 266-94 380
Brockman 281-101 382
Peabody 24-4 388

.h t ay aid t
amrop Losey Antilles a

Baseball Champions

TO Play Tomorw
Camy Awh l' aens b se-
fthemselvm to Pama fana
d fo r the unde the
ft*l at Clayton Fild tomor-
row nifht (Tuesday) a"
Lowy, which opea to bet-
of-seven Caribbean C-6m-and
Slayoff with lw ToO
be Tuesday aMd Fort Cftybm

for the ri .


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Seesftd Half Team Standing
Teams W L Pet
Glbraltar 5 1 .3
Spur Cola 5 1 .3
Seymour A. 4 2 .
LWnol iLife 3 .3
I14 1 6 .133
Police 1 6 .138

Gibraltar 6, Elks 141d4
Gibraltar Life again deadlock-
ed the. second half of the Pa-
cific Litle Leagte, when they de-
feated the Zlks Lodge of Bal-
boa 6-2 Saturday.
Diminutive southpaw. chuck-
ers Diokle Snyder drew the as-
signment on the mound and, ld
a nifty job. Snyder. had ablo
support afield because he had strike out, demonstrat.
ig .that you do not have to
whiff ball games.
SLary Corrigan pitched a com-
mendabl game except in the
second frame'.
The gem of the day was pro-
vided by another little guy when
the stellar second baseman of
the El.ks made p leaping ace-
hand catch of Larry Jackson's
bid for extra bases.
Seymour 4, Lincoln Life 2
Seymour Agency remained as
a contender for the second half
title when they. practleally ell.
minated Lincoln Life from the
race. Freddy Huddleston stop-
ped the LAfers cold without any
batter except one getting anay
safe blows. Freddy retired twelve
would be hitters via tte strike-
out method.
It was a severe blow to the
Lincoln Life team, but they cer-
tainly will have a lot to say as
to who wins the second half be-
cause both Gibraltar and Spur
Cola must face the fireball of
Perky Parker.
The box score:

Players AB R 1
Bright, lb 4 1 2
Devore, cf 4 .1 0
Stoudnor, 2b 3 0 1
Pajek, ss 1 0 0
Tilley, rf 0 0 0
Bleakley, rf 1 0 0
Corrigan, p 3 0 0
xxHern 0 0 0
Cross, c 2 0 0
Burton, 3b 1 0 0
Camby, 3b 2 0 0
xxMullins 0 0 0
Porto. It 2 0 0
xx-Ran for Bleakley.
xxx-Ran for Cross.

Snyder, p 3
Marquard, 3b 2
Adams, 2b 3
Brandon, ss 2
Jackson, rf 3
Rager, Ib 3
Wl son, If 0
Steiner, cf 3
Hutchinson, e 2
Huddleston, p 3
Boatwright, ef 3
Allen, lb 4
Morris, as 1
Pearl, 2b 2


W L Pet.
6 .750
5 2 .715
4 5 .444
4 5 .444
2 7 .222

Palomas vs. Conejos.

Macaws V. mas
cohseot s clots
Pumas V.I M ws
Oelola defeat Macaws, 12 to 4
Fig htin to hold their one-
half game lead over the surging
Conejos, the Ocints dropped the
Macaws 1i to riday atter-
Smoe runs featued this ame,
with two bach t-team sPt-
man and =a n.. do ..
the ciret for the a
Mike ok and i
did the hon. s fors o e
:emry Duw~w Vai. m e.
tondo WaB- the vie-

MWO01w.. a1 08

2 0 o

l fi .8 1 0 0
b a e *

White, c
Jordon. p-lb tt
Ward. rt-p l i
ATLANI ti t4 g ArW
the police PAls close I6 thW
Wa so series th i

It wu at- least i j1 ttit
IMt with ewaY
give way to
of six nningswti ao all
tied to 1.. inI .e a
*ood aGue for Coao'sll to for
Tive 1 thr Aeuu nr.
lteving She in
The Pals went aesam 34M tha
7th. With one out, iestnas-'it
a two-baggr, moved it third on
Kenway' ground out. and scor-
ed on an error. The C0bab came
back to tie it up as Lowe walked
and same home da n two passed
The Pals went ahead 2-1 in
the 7th. With one out, mKlee kns
hit a two-bagger, move to third
on Kenway's ground-out, and
scored on an error. -The Cubs
came back to (le it up as'Lowe
walked and came home on two
passed bal.
In the Ith, with Blalkowsk
and Egger on base by virtue of
hits, Goguen was Intentionally
passed. Carpenter the crossed
them up with a triple to right
fieldd to clean 0e base and put I
the Pals ahead 56to i. The Cubs
fought back gamly In their half
of the Inning, but fell short by
one run.
Players B a
Kleefkins,. ef 1
Ebdon, Ib 2 0
Kenway. p-as 3 0
Palumbo, as-fb 4 0
Bialkowski, a 4 1
gger. 3b 3 1
Goguen, 2b -- 8
Carpenter, If 4 0
Smith, rf' 1 0
Karpinaki, rf 2 0


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Stith, p I 1
Elzey, b 4 0
Lugo, ss 3 0
Camacho, a 4 1
Aleguas, b 4 1
Qun, ct 4 0
Van, rf 4 0
Van. rf 4 '0
Patton,.lf 3 0 0
VUillamarao, If 2. 0 0
Faney,2b 2 0 09
Delgasdo, 2b 1 0 0
Lowe, lb 0 1 0
Totals 3 4 3


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T. Durfee, c 2 1 210 1
Pitman, as $ 1 1 1 1
J. Durfee,'p 3 0 0' 0 1
Washburn, lb, rf 2 0 0 1 0'
Reiss, a 2 0 0 0
Tharp, If 1 1 1' 0'0
Chase .rf 0 0 1 0
Reee, lb 0 0 0 2
Bitchoek. 3b 1 0 0 1
Terry, 3b 0 0 0 0
Totals 1 4 4 1 0
Sn elke, 2 1& 0 0
M~,l .0f 0 0. 0 0O

temaI e .4 2 t5
N ne..b,p 4 "1 I 2

.ahib e00 0 a 1 0 4 0

Moraensh 0d 0 0-'1 1
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Second Wek QGrayson On Kiner: Can Incentive CatchFl i
By HARRY GRATSORf ted-in. His peak was 54.homers aon reportedly put up to pur- Remember, the Tribe defend
.Onpeu son TUCON ri. Ra and 127 runs-batted-in in 1949. chase athletes. wasn't the larpst contributor to
STUCSON, Ariz. (NA) Ralph Kiner disagrees with-his crit- Meanwhile, Ralph Kiner gets those record 111 vctoris
ST er es to start In left field for ica. He will tell ou that he la a his last chance, in left; field for season. didn't yes,
Sm Se Inda an s saiank Greenberg yletim of baseball-typg. the Indiana until it begin to hurt. World Series?
.. attempts to prove that he wasa "You know how it is," he says. -- ....
right while the rast of th6 bane- "Someone *ill- say that a ball-
-- ball world was wrong. player Is a bad outfielder, a slow
Bye nHAL starop Fred Haney of the Pirates said mover and all that, and racti- OUTOF DOORS F th
By HAL WOOD Kjner could ay ball at all. cally everybody accepts that as '
jlOOK AT H .O MXICO CITY, March 21 (UP) B Dn-Cu CI*THi&R 10 or more ganie twhey upped a act. I ch anydI'm f aster th can a lot T l
LA-powerful United States team -vie a500cortwo the base na"
h10epeddled for $60000 and nPitcher For ahis Cleveland fling, he .
ANDI found the sledding tougher to- Sam Jones and Outfielder Gale says he'll substitute incentive for
T6 W ~ day t the second week of com- Wade of Cleveland's Indianapolis any appreciable lack of speed. a
petition sotndet drway, branch. He admits being on so many los. CATFISH: A COMPLICATED
7V *W With the track an(L field stareven the Whita Box's Ho lis inF clubs had him fed up. CLASS
FOR f4J all through, swimmers. rowers Thurston who signed Kiner or 'I didn't even get a kick out By AL McCLANE
and horsemen too over t8 mIPittsburgh has given up on the of hitting a home run last sea- Fishing Editor
spotlight and the Latin Amern- big fellow he onee considered his son," he says. "What difference Catfish are a rather comnlicat-
can countries were making their greatest find. did it. make? We'd lose anyway en class of fish. In fact, on y two
Power f. "Anybody knows it's great to of the recogcazqd 28 families are
'Yeterdy, out of seven row- Kiner admit; he is consider- be with a winner, and I've never fund in North America, a ti d
SYesterday, ,out of seven raw ably heavier than he was when been on a winning club. I have from an angling stand-point, these .
ing events, Argentina won four. Ihe hit all those home runs fo: a different feeling already." I c an be divided into separa te
and United states three. on he Pirates. And he says it is the Kiner's new incentive finds groups .
t United kind of weight that won't come the small: outfield at Cleve- Of first importance are the ,
two -and At enini one, with ofmf. land's Municipal Stadium, short- channel cats which includes th e
the Ione title going "I don't know. What happened ended even more by a wire fence,'hlue, white, and channel catfish. I
Mertdeo.s to Ralph's speed," says Thurs- an all Al Smith and Dale These are the big ones found in .
So it appears that the days of ton, therold to~.M w.a thing the Mitche I before him simply back- the Missi.sippi Valley region and
American athletes spread eagling hIn dpm for the hlte6 to at Hy ed up ag lnst the fence. t rough other parts of the South.

to assure the unofficial Games Thurston agrees with Gabe Frank Baumholtz and his bad Iead, such as the black brown,.
championship." Paul of the Reds -who remarked legs weren't too much help on fat, and yellow bullhead. These
It was.a sad day on some oth- that Kiner, who was in the $90,. his left. In Cleveland, Larry Do. rats make up the bulk of the fish. rr
er fronts for U.S. teams yester- 000 bracket became a "comfort- by eases that problem considera- ing in the Great Lakes regions. -
day too. The American baseball able" ballplayer. bly. That's like playing a!ong- But the third gup ofe ven
team bowed to the Dominican 'What's a ballplayer thinking side Willie Mays almost smaller size conAins e pt fish small streams. The channel eat-
Republic, 10-7, for its third de- 4 about when he bulls a nome at T make room for Kiner -and v which are used for bait rather fsh is an exception ard both the"
feat and was knocked out of Palm Springs" asks a 1 a p p y his anticipated big bat-Al Smii' than caught for food. These are stonecat and several species of "
AMcontention. Don Muelld Thurston. "You entertain at has switched to right field, where the ma Itoms and stonecats. madoAm ma be found in fairly *
T h e 'U S w ate r polo te am losl t season l a f I of out ----on--rn-----s-ng___pa__ulwo__dby__ue._C atfis __ ener__lyfeedo__th e *
to Ar nentina -4, and dropped rBy STAN HACK Palm Springs. You don't rest" the pleasant surprise and swift The madtoms are capable of fst water.
to Arentina -4, and dropped vlead-off man of 1954 is concern- causing a painful woind by puan. Catfish eneraily feed I t h e'
back to third place. Argentina Written for NEA Service But General Manager Green. ed about slicing line drives. tf ing the skin with their pector- tttom an are omnivorous. Prae.' .
andBrazil are tied for the lead- Tom Henderson, pitcher for berg points to Kiners age in With the acquiton of Kiner fins and inecting venom. tically all catfish are more active
Sereshp. b t nhe San Francisco Seals in 1931, bul ding a case for the man he and the recall of Harry Simpson The only other family of ca t.- t night. and many start foraginla
Stennis, where Art Larsen of ca supplied me with my biggest helped make the home run and Rocky Colavito from India- fish represented in north 'Ameri. ust after dusk. They seem to
i' tennis, where Art Larsen of C- ndlng break in baseball by hitting ien- champion. "Why, he's only 32,," napolis, the Tribe is as loaded an waters is the se ea a little or nothing duri the w
champion Enrque More of Ar- nie Backer on the head with a says Hank. "There is no parallel with outfielders as it is with found ne ar sandy s ho es in ter. .
ntina singles delivery. Backer as to have between his casi and my takin pitchers. Colavito, a huge 21- southern waters. Sea catfish are Catfish are an excellent foed.
tina for the men's played for Sacram to, but when a final flin with the irtes. year-old out of the Bronx, manu- cosily caught on hook and line, The flesh is firm and white
crown but Mexico took four he was hit, I replay him. was 38. and through phyqally fractured 38 home runs while or in nets in tropical waters. most species, but usually buls.-
Out of the five tennis crowns as a bIllp lor.'* driving in 116 runs for Indian- Some of them are not of much neads are reddish when tesed.
In the uestrian competition. That started me off on 17- Al Lopes hopes to get 5 or aols. Still around are Dave value as food but like may oth. They are prepared for the table
SStates secod. And so t went year career at third base-15 of 40 home runs and 100 runs-bat- Philley Wally Westlake, Dale er marine products, they are now by removing the skin which i..
through the day. them with the Chicago Cubs, to ted-in out of Kiner, whose four- Mitchell and Dave Pope. coming into the market in great an arduous task for the llexpor
through the day. whom I was sold that fall. master utput took its biggest With this overflow, Greenberg quantities. ended. Small specimens may be .
The most satyintriumphsdrop lasttrip, when he had no has talked to Kansas City eye-Most catfish are found in slug. boiled and then scraped, or eve
ILLIcame n the sculling singles It all started at the end of the more than 22 and 73 runs-bat- ing that $1,000,000 Arnold h ohn- ish areas of rivers, lakes, a n d cooked with the skins intact.
where John-Kelly ofPhiladelphia, 1930 season, when I worked aGt R.lf sde
the world's champion, easily won with the an Franco Miss manager Red Killier said he'd
MIAMI BEACH. It came elke a bolt from the green. A his event. The eight-oared crew srnd me a contract In the spring.
ommitteer a ly composed of Ryands, Lynches, Murphys and had a rugged time, pulling up cracked the games record and I went home to Sacramento
Silke, were l leally, If somewhat noisily, Inquiring Into the in the last few yards to edge out canie.cose to the world mark. and played winter ball for the
Sasifalnes In Glocca Merras whn the imperious voie of Mr. a victory over Argentina by a- The hree-meter springboard exercise. For a living. I was a 00
a Lndee, the sI c rly Greek-who promotes sports in bout six feet after trailing most diving title wetn to .oaquin machine bookkeeper n a bank.
t harshlycrossthe festive vignette of the way. The other U.S. row- Capilla of Mexlco-as expected. Kllfer's contract never came,
"jSt. Patrick was a Greek. He was born in the seaport of ing Victory came when the U.S. Three U.S. men, Art Coffey, but the Sacramento Solons ask-.
tral Patas it er n to you. A the similarity team of Walter Hoover and Robert Cotworthy and Gary ed me to pay with them.
ge t he was named aster the city. James Gardiner won in the two Tobain, finished second, third I took an fwo-week leave from
t u, happens I, to a native of Patral, atrifltl Pairs of short oars. Arg-entina and fourth, the bank and at the end of thi
ar. Iwt just shi appex IwtoiatgrefatrAe.a o won at fours with Coxswain period told Manager uddy RY-
Sorw The fact is, some n of my best fiends a e h. airs wttot coxswain, four- In the.- first cycling a wef14m- .n that I wanted to now wh at
odwa. Patrie actualy _oe to Ireland on th second bounce without coxswaln and two-oared ance, Anthony Dimicheii of the story was, because I had to
was stoned from~ Grce lon ac count of this rebellious. view crew with coxswain. Venezuela set a world record forget back to my bank job. h
nd t oe.wild 'vehemence of his- utterances. These are truths, the one-kilometer race against "You don't have to go to the
ded d by the ancient., which Greek children are taught Gold medal in swimming were the clock. He was timed in 1:09.8. bank." he said.
dere t eodw s the wh rk ked by Jimmy Laae of t Then Backer got hit.
mere. odlers"irr a t e and the Navy in the 1500- Argentina clinched the soccer
Mr. LhadOies thie turned to the orchestra and requested meter event, and by Wanda Lee championship with a 8-1 rout of
h Irh yes Are Sr ailnt." To at least one observer this Warner of Bethesda, Md., in the Venezuela. Untted States did
e aspect of frantic diplomacy. 200-meter free style for women. not have an entry n this event.
aIf of hate ou Ientlemen, nesamed Mr. not an entry Fn this Pveze .
n tide i IntelligenceT diMtremee yo, gentlemen," elsumed M The other finals title went to
ndes, prring, considerr the wickedness of English hIstorians Hector Dominguez of Argentina Despite the comparatively poor
ask ou to believe that your patron saint owed nhis enor n the men's 200-meter breast- showing, United States scored
a palt mand spirituaanty toBritish blood." stroke. Best time of the day, 105 points yesterday, with 82 for PANAMA, REPUBLIC OF PANAMA
Mr. Londes tossed ina a shudder just in case a stage effect however, came in a preliminary Argetnina and 54 for Mexico.
ht heneeded to check a violent outburst. event and was a 1:16.3 set by But compared wtih the scor- Complete Prize-winning Numbers in the Ordinary Drawing No. 1880, Sunday, March 20, 1955
-* a Betty Mullen, Wiessport, Pa., in ing during the track and field
PEACE-LOVING IRISH her heat of the 1 -metel but- games. that's a distinct moral The whole ticket has 44 pieces divided n two series "A" "B" of 22 piece each
Word had come that Patrick Harmon-whose.diverting es- terfly stroke for women. She victory.
vs grace the sports pages -of Scripps-Howard's Cincinnati Post
'as in 'Dhln and .perhaps at this very hour was proudly" F St Pri e 1788 $ 44,000.00
iZrching in the St. Pat ick's Day parade. Champ Shows How.No 4F rstrize 1,0.
"Ddl the man know beforehand that all the pubs are closed "o H
on the observance day?" csked Mr. Londes, incredulous that any
IriaLhnin- i his right mind Woutld knowingly embrace such an Second Prize1 3956 3,200
unMr. Londes hastened to thwart any possible misconceptions. D ow ni ll Lie is Played
f'There isen. feas by the authorities that the geutluuen*
anet handle t ique. The pubs are e" e simply to'rd Third Prize0 0 0
the scene of Ultermen who get tanked up and try to begu4e the
ineet, pease-leving Isms of glre iln0, vular .streM battlesI. ,lo.ilt INs i
A. Itongue is the pen y yer *riend Uaraon must ..R 4.F t5 N. No. Pes o. No. e.
p1 yfor a deorous, dignified homage to The Patron. It may be I S 3200e 1n 1..02981 132.s 2203 1 2l A i 9 132K. s88 1 .S s1 122. m 0 3632 6 s3 102.66 600 138
w1h L -IS 12. 116288 122.60 2. 8 132.o0 3188 132.00 4188 132.0 5288 132.00 a618 132.0 7IL18 132.600 3S8 1.3. 0 122.
Mr. Londes shrugged massivly, by way of accenting his ls0218 132,091288 2 1.0 [2 2s113.3 2 32S8 132-.00 1 33.S0 5232.8 1388 132.00 21 S3. 6 132.I" 132 -7W 13 13A
doubts. 0 32 2 1 2.88 I 2ss8 132.0 N2388 132.0 423 12S2.0 5388 132.00 N38 132. .003, 132 S 331322.0
doubts. M" N Ls 14 1s2.A 241 8a13L. 34M 2. 144 1 32.0 0 8 132.80 SM 1 3l2s.0 74 132.87;8488 I32, IMT
There was a time when St. Patick's Day was featured by O 28 122 5 n 158 1SL32.0 258 132.0 358 3 12.0 I488 132.n 55 a 320 6598 12.60 813 32.M 58 12.6 58 12.
pat championship fights. As a sports promoter, Mr. Londes 638 122.6 2 638 a12.6 26As 220. 2 263 2.2.0 4as8 2. 3683 a12.666o 132.6s 78 12 n 12.0 1
Asked why the practice has been abandoned. 63 s2 an2206 13122 0 2.1 s232A2.60 483 113A 81 11 320O fIs 122.60 s9 11 2266.6 a
"Again my words may not fall upon your ears as tinkling .988 12. m 1333 ,12.60 2a3 132.6' s32s 2A26 4a 1n2.0' s3 o 12.016 8 n132.06 7.-3 122.
vro a golden harp btat since you asked, I beleve the Irish
iseive were respsible. How many fights did they ever -
8t. Patrick's Day, starting with the first big one, when Approximations Derived From First Prize
Uob P'laulpmons made Jim Corbett quit miserably with a belt

Members of this particular committee which had unselfishly Approximations Utrived From Second Prz
oken aver the Olocea Morra inquiry, tended more to sentimeptal roon
_ptaslon than belllcal g a fact which soon emboldened Mr.
,oes a on the acrilgious., e exhumed 16,,6 2.20 I,3s 2".0 25 2.,0 ,., m.60 s I 56 2 6,56 226.6 I, 7.66 ,, 3 2 e us e e

%r 3 k p tb.5LUI~i.*h3mangles q tehajr Ia the jopg 110ery a u I 3p 110.06 a62 10. I 16 I0 5 1ss? 2m33 116.06 I 2561 216.6 II 262 110.0 23
(I jSb u a e rm yl more eai8r to dis-8-3866 0 '
gaia niIt .Iof ]hn.u th who f Approximations Derived From Third Prize ,

ida ,,f a bI.m def)atin p Irishman ''in Is 120 8 2 1 s1' a 1

)fMr, Lond got up to go. H4 had one parting observation to '.
S-of the ry martin se s to have undone il Prize-winnina Numbers of yesterday's Lettery Drawing were so Id at: 1st in Panama, 2nd in Colon, 3r1 In Veragass
t 115 Mt Patrick I4 that little- matter of askeg. In The Nine Hundred whole tickets ending in I and not Inel uded in the above Ilst win Forty-Four Dollars ($44M) each.
tcit- qatast -te fi one,"I'dihave to bethe N 'TP S..a Cm I I -i-o The wnole tiket o a 44 oceces wm.hs comprises the tw. sertere "A" and "]B.
_I Istrte troIedtra to vr Mothqr Maclbke Il;.

S- dropig Signed by ALBERTO ALBMAM, Governor of the Province of Panama- ,6d. 47-12156.
l 1 a- been taSnp ctrte eo ve arile) et h pl The Representative Of The Treasury RICARDO A. ABLENDBZ
mental picture of the st
ByD OL and where you wat WITNES : ToTas Alba V., Ce64. o. 47-11033 ALBERTO J. BARSALLO PABLO A. PIF, M.
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special inducements ie be- whe pokeman said thsle t ROM, March 21 iUP) The gration to the U. 8., one shou lt higher than that of "old migrationn today is a giga-
offered to t r- while the number callable has magazine "Civita Catollca." or.-not forget, among persons odbamrants" ti@ and urgent problem it
. In addition the Penta- been increasing steadily since gan of the Jesuits In Italy. to- other nationalities, the sn !JTheonlysAt inwhich re is easy for Communist pro
has asked Conres to p- 1950, "there are stillnot enough day condemned the McCarrant figures, say of Benedict Arn a n11 n o "new immigrants," Mos. Sands to denounce the selfish-
aunl ue ach hip an. to meet our needs." He said immigration act as "Unameri- Earl Browder, Jesse James, Jo iths w quoted as saying, nes of ich and capitalistic ma-
uldobgate veutwith he dafttad ,ines en Itc oan showtais tsic
ur soblig red a rehist that evenw d re n dpl an and anti-Christian." Dillinger, Dutch Schult, Ts that a ertertions when it a" sho Its
poured the AL 0nduement Pla it In a 12-page article entitled gun Crowles and Cires TqKrea rused rea charges are founded on real-
duty fo eriod bswill take 10 704 to catch up "The Un-American and Anti- to cite only so=e of thle100 Wt s Rt. lty. r.
..the l o he the with rvice need Christian spirit of the McCar- notorious cases, wthe an.,r.Ol
The shortages are calculated ran Act," Jesuit Father C. Gla- said. .et u 'TO U. E.preegntly engaged
relyn on the draftIn ratio to the number of men chet ti said there was "no evi. "On the other b ad, an In' in the Inlerest of its own sur"
Wvij ar trying to and women In the armed forces, dence that the 'New Imm- side of v i n the delimeof the
,milay c A-l tNhr servy"es clam the ramgrants' (from non-Anglo-Saxon .ion there Can t b&'. l et AIAf Wod U3 W"U o rld -,has a duty to
a te& to nel-UNtus are much too low and Is countries) created any serious the pames of 1 l,]* n its
and civil- hurthig service fa mUes. Some, problem in the United States relio "LrniaallV _0 g d6 -
ithoe itWas ba g reidby themselves, even when these Giannini, as V ut,.o
toith the W" -.-re. entaned the country en masse &. Cab0 V_ .
sltOMmoat *is 4amagd. and practically without any C Ata mb
Tba ebolArshi~p program contr~vZe"O
A6I, n fiscal "If, for instance, the names to use a ter IV
9" ;6 ML I Whom t'b of Al Capone, Frank Costello Sen.
AN9 0111sr OM W Lucky Luciano who in- .1ft
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Lava, Rocks P,/ Royal Marines GAOFGind
Hurled High Capture F lagled

Over Hawaii Xan C-Bomb Man a wSgOUf..lM,,
'* ----oi| -A grAe Sm 1 hdoi a to. d Im, --A .' f --.
PAHOA, Hawaii. March 21. "Let the people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln. MIRKmD Mull of Galo- r i slng A
Angry volcano K-lauseea erupted- a-9r. -roo 'ah QQ
Angy olcan ilanueand fiery -l Marine Commandoi used phony bookee ing to
Slava and huge bouderi as TlIRTIETH A PANAMA, R. P., MONDAY, MARCH 21, 1955 IV CENTS plunged a shore and "c ured, hi a d et
high as 1,000 feet in the air. an "enemy" atomic cimen t to_- TheIlcer was idetf Africa
The newest outbreak of.vo- o-day In a uigwarsame thatlsoe eeV tM _=oe. -r

past 21 days. maneuver of British reserve no- He was "appropriately dis- in Greece.
TheeruptiUo n enta220- r target .a d.nh mony.-
... .rfvm After a midnight battle on William L. Ellis, chief of the
Isdown a slope toward the the b e T c h es of this lonely Genesral Accounting Officer's In
sea.nightfallthe lava adn R release O f Ylta Paper Scottis h peninsula vtatn branch, testified
-d three miles throu g mand force battled Its way to Hfighes violated orders of hisfl
moved three miles aa the Highlands hideaway f superiors to remodel the seven-
tropical jungle and pasture- MOSCOW, March 21 (UP). Meanwhile In Washington, goal of a bipartisan foreign pol- political capital out f the professorr Goldstein, a bath house after ie was assign- A
land and was less than milThe Moscow newspaper Pravda,IDemocrats charged that release icy. pera, "They will do so in the full "Eat Asian" physeiclt work- to Ormany Iun w1951.-iughe
from plunging into the ea. in the first Soviet comment on of the Yalta papers has damaged Sen. Hubert H. Humphre (D.- knowle that they are endan r on m t bomb." as a native of Clasemon County
r e e i t week's U.S. publication of U.S. prestige abroad ad may Minn.). member of the Sna te partisan support in for- he M aines marched him off Ohio. ,
enter Pakele depy civil the Yalta documents charged hae caused irreparable harm tq Foreign Relations Committed, e." to a wting Eurasan" mine Es the generalhad a Oon
otense director on Hawaii Islandr today that the United States the Eisenhower administration's said It Republicans try to make Oe hih ranhin Dem a sweeper and sailed for Liver- problem e etth raltable ur a
id the flow wames or cultivated l danced and Britain had, from the first, seratic leader, who declined pool. forhimself, his daugh- tavele y lete o
'New eruptions or cultivated tried to "undermine" the deci- use of his name, said Secretary Ships, planes and ground ter-in-law, and two gran il te fist t In his today
tsNew eruptionle s insouthwest of here ons taken at the conference. of tate John Foster D es hM forces f the Royal Navy Reservedre and of coursfor hen they left he abard the
est vedy sent lava southwest o er In an editorial headed "The forfeited the confidence of the teamed up to stage the exercise cour e or atomic subhearine Natilus on
yesterday sent lavacoura- Intrigues of the Violators of In- men with whom he must deal less than a month after Russia bulldn d an i Inspecn
oss the road fromlat her ternation al Agreements," Pravda the Democratic-controlled finally disclosed British atomic Wehrmacht building, and n h1ich lpcld bruih
alapana, wt11her11 K png salt the publication of the docu- 84th Congress. scientist Bruno Pontecorvo was tth rmaU the only house ult, ae dea aind surface operation.
evacuated seaside town. mesn"thhadIs"hieoheyUniteduStales
evacuated seaside town. ments hadS"hit the United States Something of a world-wide working for the Kremlin. forme N
r like a boomerang." furor was raised last week when Pontecorvo, an Italian-born Elisaid ng so will do The lawmakers, members o
For three weeks now ul der- it called the publication a the State Department released British citizen, vanished from Elli sai the Joint Congressional Atomic
ground explosions In the "trick" aimed at discrediting Its records of the 1945 Yalta his post as a principal scientific turned tothisd he re- Eer Committee, and four
lenvolcano field has cas-the Crimean conference." meeting between President officer at the Harwell research 195n3 ser cove un ry in late ataff embes, e-
gd millions of doltiars in dam- publicaeFranklin D. Roosevelt, Churchill headquarters In 1950. The Brit- eri and seved as e df the parted for an unspecified area
age but no casualties The publication of the docu- and Soviet Premier Josef Stalin. Ish government now is moving in o l ary rict, Chi- somewhere In the Atlantic or
'Near tragedy came Saturday, ments. Pravda said. had "led Churchill only one of the trio o squash hiq citizenship. ago, b re T re Int the Long Isfd found a 1:25
however, when 21 KIalapana to the discrediting of the Unit- t alive, objected vigorously But despite the timing, the sumer of 1954, accorain to They are scheduled t re i
nnple acco ompaniedby ed State Itself. Thereby the and said the records contained Admilt denied any. connec- Armf records. 9 tomorrow
Monahan returned to t hr 0eIr themselves once more an ene- sChairman.Walter F. George vo and the mythical Goldstein perminalon of hiS commander. "W5 Eweasxious to learn at
os tned tok d end mies of peace and Internation- .(D.-Ga.) of the Senate Foreign played by a nk official di- Gen. Thomas T. Handy, at first hand the actual operation.
garden crops. al cooperation," it said. Relations Committee d Satur- guised with phoney beard and Heidelberg, to pend 100,000 al performance of the rOrld's
After taking care of the chores Pravda claimed that from the day publication of e a horn-rimmed glasses. marks ($95,000) to refurbish the firs nuclear powered submar
A^ Esfte wk ip care Ofthe ch ores3inntof h nopeh; imednoee neno nd wne lling.r
they boarded trucks and headed very end of the conferen. may prevent future top-level n. stern fron a Including Senate Republt-

bema lted lav or split open. lag t them In section of the eorge said other countries well's book of H andy, "apparently bearing in Le(D.W.),ail me am F. Know-ber 0 the oint
tae hat d the ad sr eac against heam" (decisions reach- that name and has been plan- mind" a $14,000 limitation on committee's rese ar d the

% be h alt ed bh h a s t re a m of sle epla v aH e s aite d S a tsu ch e e smhei st c ole fanlh o u singfge ne8rpa l s
had cut the road. ed at Yalta. And t said that vital n the month immediate- ned for months a naval spokes-taetde hous for generals, velopent subo ittee.
vihalIon wthe months Immediae-nan told the corps of 'war cor- refused to 1eo Hughes spend Besides Price, there were sev,
M onth wandered blindly "reactionary elements" in the chaceold"toeecorph recIdw arc-esedcto pe- by sen d
Ter other proud lanr d that U.S. government "turned out to ly ahead to bring about peace respondents" covering Scotland's more than ,000 marks, Ellis en Democrats and six eptbli-
d lost moke-rnd stability."d only to come sa arkman (D.-Ala.) and Mike TOKYO March 21 ( on the urface during
theateed ating any moment tn be be sufficiently strong... to sabo- lr e^ "western front." said. s a he an Lldc inl einam t l i.
entulledi ay lav or split oE on, tag e the mple entgtion of th OCKEY GAoE-ENS IN IOT Smoe risin from e tear a idori o dW. aEs wat hpendn de ( a f.i a a

Fina o( l hl tmare to come bomb drft trough the orm Arena at Monreal, Canada. haym be" i" to e rhind the Bamboo Curtainc twae promit so fte r ite tursthe ee
ad. the auntaggard v or as 1 "T,000 demonstrators angrilhe ag protestressi the verelesuspension of the fran eld said withe theves ub- Thirty Red Chse erof' e for er

Strip back to Pshot. trel^ plye r Murie hrd N onlHoe Leagae. Preal n linat l ldspelot ti h mwittththeici ed," s a Part of the comt t the blder' a tries. aboa te

^g gar' v I ForeAeientie, o f '3,h arkst mo s eudAh
Istars who has spent sleepless United Stae hsuprportedbyrde- United States lest hon te tn et The Navyprice a nod that nd
Trights plotting eruptions, found finite r ONth circle. andpri- try public ty at home and delayed their arrival turd report from e d not perhaps atu board the o
the lost men and o a lavade ma- ly by Winston Churchill cushions without their consentbly postpone It Thae eeralAonIter Of ha uded: Rep. carl Tn Dur
broyed farm when a wa of acrid Fa. consistent tried to under-eal with the a tod flee I l an ageny It were not that(D.-N o rt e

bmoke and sulphur fumes rose trial amendingwts as surely in threat of warou n the Far Eat. The Chine are coming charged with k ngra man Ben. Albe Gor (D.
Monahan said several times mineistration's reipstroal trade hostile public reaction dm-plan with Japanese bus C mitean o (D.-NC.).
ch"It was impossible to taance t"cre"ttOOP and not them record. n subterfuge, connivance and ale will trel both tdewater
Humphrey and Sens. John J. accounts. all three of which took
deep breath without coughing" Smathersid. Sarkman of the Sen- H mphrey and release of th K reie TOKYO, March 21 ( P)sre BALBOA TIDES
M onahan said. "We didn't know ate Finance Committee which iarles E. Ma eld (D.-Mont.) also mm- If everything goes well a Crnpanese place, aside from the tem of cruie, Lt. Cdr.
at to do. Some of us mled consideriers of the ForeigHouse-approved n Relat n must Chinese trade delEgt and eis travagance, d te Navy or MACH 22
the slope and back to the measure w. atio est senator arCommittee, said they do not be- tion will arrive in Jaan to- outrpril 11.t violation of superior or

A in the woods to say the trade program i in Y a any adi net on The visas ued by the Jai ad e ddnt know d- y said the :a uu .m.
S ad go trouble In he wSnenate. d ethat to to this leninth to p i Foreion. Office thron a that Stevea dsays he 2:h p.m. 9-0a p.d.

^'Suddenly one woman looked In his weekly newsle tte r.- aPPeas criti t it- own ranks iou consulate ln Hong Kong .
Steward the. There was no the Prvda art iscle. HOCKEY GAMonlyE END IN IIOT Smoke rising from a tear will do the Democr atic Party any of trade d that the puast maret id the eces sending

etne on. This way is clear, she hoped that the amendment will Dhh level dmploaacy. r t e Chinese tvisith to Japan was to
naed not be so broaltar to omhave gas bomb drifts through the orum Arena at Monreal, an harm behind the Bamain
We all ran down at 2 pn. for as 15,000 demonstrators angrily protest the suspension of Mon- Mansfield d hebelieves pub- Thirty Red h e whi t "show t t me for fher aby

inSp~dto t he smoke. It had parted Among the most powerful op- AhWTsstde*a g***. at. A /vd
.. tripp ack to Pa aa. real player Maurice Richard by National Hockey Ieague. Presi- licStion will "dispel the myths ment tpad offlcia S tW-hOi h ou. and
eidtpsOCe dent Clarence Campbell. The bomb was set off by a demonstra. and the legend which the Re ub- nessmen and ninpe noEn lad the GO Nautilus statd

on not nearl>an houran- ctr",thae1e00 (0P) The Scurt h con ry. The k you!
At the Kalapan and Pi o orduring an intermsson of the MontrealDetrot game, which lican Party has ssiduouslrned trimake up the Redto ting group,
wanderedJunet aimlesslyfun l was forfeited to the Red Wings. to cultivate for the past, 10 China's flot tradeth out toor -Osaaobe and aNar M
d women loimbkedb down f nt eni years." Japan. o p r, fine hr o power di.

de twokean d begn.B fromll tohe byi un dr edic They were osched leds to ws, | rtly disciplined."dArmyi tria
,a .to Kaapn radlviewrmo enlye he ,ks agoheofidsritao omi
'errelease of the Yalta records over the wording o e ir visas mot reply u1tle lee s a others aboard the fautdlu
They had just started across WASHINGTONe March 21 (UP) has stirred disunity at hondelayed their iv saturday report from Ee O, he sid
te iur Kand aa- n eIn the free world at a time when and may. posbly postpone it a The General Accounting Of- ed e C .

the eoghed adoefss A am n n the S en.' cojrt George A. Smatheo D sably pos^p
troyed farm when a wall of acrid Fla.) said today that "substan- unity Is peeded to deal with the gain today. flcIe s an gene$ of Congress mS. A~b~t Gire cD.
oke and sulphur fumes rose trial amending as surely inthreat of war in the Far East. The RedChine are coming charedwith keepin a check Ten.), and Rep. Herbert
up to block them. store" in the Senate for the ad- Democrats privately suet a to Japan to gotLte a a ngovernenf operations.
ministration's reciprocal trade hostile public reaction willdar- plan with Japanese business Committee Cinal bert ______(D.-__.).
cIt was impossible to take Abill.o MMIttee Chairman Albert
"ee rat imtoute ou Semati esN.em e age tohe P and n throup8and sign separate con. Thomas (D.-Tez.) a s k a d f
deep breath without coughing,ow atthersF member of the Sen- Humphrey said releawcfhtheitracts with individual firm R l1ugh1s was retired ",as resultB
Monahan said "We didn't know ate Finance Committee which sp as "an effort to aP According to japanete report of this
hat to do. 1ome of us milled considerirhg the House-approved tertaind forces in the apuuahi the overall trade pact is chi age, lsabiity or whato
0-the slope and back to the measure, was the latest senator dtParty."o be signed Apr11 11.Elissdty.knwtHIGH. ad-
al in the woods. to say te tade program .is in He said "any administration Te t imbssued Abyre .oa lid said he didn't know, ad" 2:1 8: ,
trobleIn theSenate. that would to this length to oanee Forelp. O ffice thdoungth a"syheib 1pn .m.
'Suddenly one woman looked In his weekly newsle to ter, appease cri In Its own ranks itconsulat Hong n
Toward the smoke. 'Come on, .Smateres aid,"it Is only to be e equally irreonble in t ulate h hN
aone on This way Is clear,' she hoped that the amendment will high level dip lmacy. stipulatedhe Chin atvisitheto purpose
learned. pnot be so broad as to have crip-ne the Ch trades v betweo n the'
Solingl effects upon our trade re- r C to pomot You to m
"We all ran down the hill and tons" with allies.Uranium C n ust two countries.
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