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


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Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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Panama -- Panama


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

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University of Florida
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the ObSWne ommuntiansig-
land beeluse the crew MG11-
an Ntiono st Chinese
The arub was believed seV- f
oral hundred miles east of Cey-
lon today heading toward the
Calabea |trait.
Airline sources said warnings
ab b1 Ved in airline o -
tca ot sidaok for crews to
tay outside a 60-mile lane along
uIndochina co i Into the
uba will be escorted by fight-
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arm oz sa
asFlh lp .l. .60i
earlier, however, that-0p1eId
ias decided a cargo of 13,o
tons of jet lighter fUel aboard
the'Finnish tanker Aruba is too
hot for its own tankers to han-
The Aruba's owners invited
Sthe Chinese Reds to "come and
get" the fuel in their own tan k-
ers after the Frinnish .rew reb-
eled against sailing the veessl
Into a Chinese mainland port
in face of Nationalist threats to
aeize or sink the ship.
That would have involved a
transfer in international waters,
somewhere on the open sea, of
the Aruna's let fuel cargo to
Communist tankers. Then It
would have been up to the Red
tanker or tankers to attempt to
un the Nationalist blockade
niai shiAappers smai the Colr -
nese, after corndering the prob-
lem oAr the weekend, answered
toda t. a '-no bank 7ou."
As a Mutt these mtmreen
#t. A" rha ray be f dorce
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The Aruba's cfew- in anew
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ankers capable of handling the WASHINGTON, March 22 (UP)
lob as by (be blockade threats, -Secystary of State John Foster
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RAMON QUIZADO on trial, before Panama's National Assembly
plicity in the assassination of President Jose A, Remon.

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For Overthrow Of Remon,

InOstedn Assassination

C Qened assassin Ruben OMir is "a slightly better than avera
laiyet" resorted to crime to "stify his thirst for power, special pro.
seeutor i os N. 1so de la Vega declared today during the second day of
the hoamidde trial of former president Jovs Ramon Guizado before Pasa
ama's Na Assembly.
Guindo is charged with complicity ta Miro's Jan. 2 Juan Franeo
racetrack ausisnation of President Jose Remon.
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Assembly prosecutor Deputy Eligio Crespo Villalaz
spoke at length till 12:35 a.m. today asking the Assembly
to return a verdict of guilty against Guizado.
Under the rules governing the present proceedings,
if leanthan two-thirds of the 53-seat Assembly votes for
a guilty, verdict, Guizodo is entitled to go free.
-Laosode ia Vegae also referred this morni t9io testi-
mony to the effect that Mir6 had refused participation
in several plots to. overthrow the Rem6n government, in-
hbtifa instead that the best thing was to kill tl e presi-

resecutor is alhe representing Dolo-C-.

*.iUance tin polU itics,y. n ever em ) "Ow6, .iouvWU j
i. elective office. "but labored coup do ett." "
under the tmnussioU that he was "elmnate," ee
an Important poBtteal fire ."
aWhe; d hadn come-ye" Lasso de la eg ecland
I 5e thLtAk hi country needs however, that. Mldo dM are-
awdeNrsp, but. he domea't cent conversations -W 'poles
have time., o, he ddeeid to lieutenant in the' Cw Modelo
take the shorte t route: rime." (Jail) said the businesss involv-
The prosecutor represents both ed somewhere between "$150,-
the state and Dofa Cecilia Pinel 000 and $200,000."
de Remon, widow of the slain
president. Referring to Guizado, Lasso do
After eplaining a plot which Vega pointed out that by the
he said Involved opposition. po- npeached president's own ad-
litical leader Norberto Navarro, mission In addition to Miro's, the
Lasso de la Vega took time out confessed slayer had approached
to declare that while the mere Gulzado in 1061 with a plot to
plotting of a revolution might overthrow or eliminate the then
not e a crime, he poseason of resident Alcibiades Arosemena.
several machineuns definitely He added that Gulsade, who
was a misdemeanor was Vice Proldeat undeg Are-
A part of the testimony refer- smaena as well S uAndi -
red to by Lasso de la'Vega quoted m ,robabliaroaehed Ml-
Na arro telling .iro during a rEwt tn plot_ anae to
on verse at 4the Panama Rid- President emnon, bo .use i-
SClub hat he (Navarro) had ro had first ought the plan
oIfered to take Miro to show him to him In 1n 0.
the weapons he had for his lo,' The prosecutor also dealt at
to overthrow the government. g eOth with the testmony of
The special prosecutor also de- ctor Calvo, 22-year-old Cuban
voted part of his arguments be- who voluntarily testified that he
fore the Assembly to comparing wa approached on several ocea-
lons by Opisado and asked to
join in an "affair" which could
earn him about $5000 or $10,000.
i Calvo later retracted, claim-
in nS- -- that he wanted "to help sink
'- t -uisado." because of some per-
ronal grievance.,Howver, testi-
/ .*..* r ony read at the request of the
Assembly's pecutor indicated
I that Calvo later had blamed his
retraction on the fact that two
SCubans had threatened both
himself and his sweetheart if he
.." did not retract his statements
Against Ouilado.
.A ..(Cale, who has been hspi-
Wlinsed twice with nervous dw-
ders, rpeted ly suffered
another nerves breakdown
Mfoowingr he em lng of his
testimony last ight),
Lasso de la Vega made refer-
ence to several contradictory but
damaging statements and coun-
ter-statement anade by Mir6
and others allegedly involved In
the aessinatlon and- was ached-
Wled to coritinue, his address
when the Assembly resumed this
afternoon foHowing the lunche-
SThepening s session of the
trial got underway shortly after
3 .a.Yesteiy.
including a dis.
eunlon on the elgibility of As-
asbly. man Lus. Outlado to alt
I tbW,-over hs brother and a-
defea snMePi Tor the postpone-
tA ofU aMre took more than
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fldenee in Gulvado's abllf, -.
was given by Carlos Saere, one
of the treaty nerotlators. -
Oul.ado was brought to vi 1
trial shortly after 5:30 p n. *mn-
der heavy police guard.
listened to the reading of the '
testimony sometimes lmpa=.
ly, sometimes miUing.
occulonally he would ika:. ?
notes, which he pawed to Jd ,
fense attorneys Quillermo
quest Briceflo.and 7llU ,ua ,, .
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ivce packtnr m than
punah of e a -as -. '
ma destroyers wa =plod lS
the Nevada desert today to
late a "beachhead" nucea
b paving the way for a "
in" by U.S. Marines.
ome 3,000 leathernecks
In" trenches less than two
from the detonation point as1
Atomic Energy Commission
aerid the blast. It was set off
top of a 500-foot steel toweta
fore dawn In the Nevada prov
grounds, and was the sth aE
clear detonation of the IOS
serie. s
Posed nearby la teadlaness
airlift the eembat-ready'
rines Into e the blasted am& '
soon as radiation mwti:
marked it "safe," were 30hdL
Although the whirly-birds
parked on the sand and n oeA
ucca Flat, in theory they wew
on the deck of a big carr.IW
operating amidst an invit
fleet in a practice "appro ;
from the sean' to a enemy poad-l
tion on land.
The marines were taking p
In a 36-hour maneuver, one
the longest and most compale
marine .atomic maneuvers .-bu
not the first time marla-es a.
been indoctrinated in rtl!ie
warfare. Two years.
marines participated tnVe-
ler-scale maneuver, lne
This 37th atomic detonation at
the Nevada site threw oot f
flash of light visible acroage'
five-state area in
Oregon, Nevada, Arizona
Utah, spanning a diameter ,
more than 800 miles. *-
And its nuclear
dealna death- and dethrS
from blast-furnace heat
A*diation. bUlled out ver
ly a two mile diameter frM
meeads. enough to wIpe
any such cloeely.
The IL-9en, a hellish
rstt ad *then fading to
aL4 keetom'rg swallowed
pie, S eVt to within
mile of the madane,-
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cross the silte azd th
as though a tornado wger
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T .HE PANAMA AMERICAN Hond ..on the Wall
7. H STEETr P. O. .Box 134. PANAMA. R. or P. AdA
PER *.ON TH I" AO VANCEeo s O .7C oU ..i2 ler0t o ef1 accuhulat.n d ue I.. I 0 ,,
T ONL N. One of the beat kept stock t "r dw he '1 'Va
IS IS YOUR FORUM THE READERS W COLUMN market secrets 14 the total num onnot. shebxatI
ber of millions of 'dollars labor ..

... LB O A th lhas invested in corporation tock. TO "Country .;ing a to an a ..

The Mail Box is an open forum fe air readers of The Panama Americn, have over one, million dollars n nd i e ea r a
Gtters are received gratefully and are handled in a wholly confidentialomozo stock. w Ingci ,bo
Wlagnern cM ,' *u g'n
4 If yet *entribute aoletter don't be impatient It It doesn't appear thea 'ppt
Please t y to keep the letters limited to one pege, length h. Only Predent Eisenhower and prot from his ttb acres after leoll
Identity of letter writers is held in strictest confidence. the nation's labor leaders belhoe became I t fe o y \in -t Be counttr ad ds t to tdrk too
SThis newspaper assumes no responsibility for statements as opinbinsu that the stock market on the haras eImi. o
p Is lette from whole seems to be very satisfac- hard at fr e o
topreysed clsloitders fromrdes. torn t\s mested day. sa.r
0 -"That part of Pennsylvania has been farmed ao hrd In the
FREE LOADERS The billion-dollar figure cones ast that there has been a lot of erosion. a result,
from an expert who works on phtnk it would bth e worthas while for me eooy nt. rsane '
gltr: ~some 500 1 abobo0r management on a big scale." -
It's no wonder we U. S. citizens find ourselves in this sad funds. His estimate is based .n ,.His limited farming eperience, e eir
Situation of insufficient representation; the big majority of our what these funds are buying ed h aet bi n ne
eple areselfseekers seeking supremacy at the expense of their these days all blue chips 8 h a n e
fellow man.e DuPont, General Motors, Gen- h Ateronth
Letmthe other fellow seek legislature through his unions and eral Electric, standard Oil, etc.Gr ae cnviea dithad of obaicd lut o da a in flooded awaL
legationss and if any benefits are derived for one, he too, the etc. "Gettinl back to m a teb ," remaYrked the Preadlent, a d.
tee loader, will also get his. ot c e a h on dol, doe o. | ot have a big herd. bub they are l-Black Arus"
An to h im it 's al profit because he didn't sacrifice a thing. T his billion dollars does,,t noto .M Y_ .
.. even enjoys flapping his lips criticizin the body of consc- include the hundreds of mil ,ons "You should have settled on whl treated Hereford," mu-
S even enjoys flappwhoing h lip are forced to carry on the fight just of dollars which the union tre gested OP Congressma. eith Thosn f
S ceguded neighbors defended our freedoms. series have put into the market "I almost did," dis the President. "Hereford es
a min direct concernf of the disappointing turnout to lendd out of accumulating ues. offered to donate me a herd picked from d iferent stat, bt I
ab ear to our representatives of labor groups who well vepublicizedI Th teelrworkers Un-oh, and,, p t e don't rei t here e ed ,l e. t
t e meeting of March 19 in Diablo. Every adult should have at .. ato l atrge eyured w ni m onee n.
eto so ts aarchuredl nor thee spelendid res lts obtain one New York Retail U*lon have 'ae they don't require as much cy aS
'f to shal imp appre iatitonhio o, ple'os e be over $11,000,000 Spiece on the have Black Angus, arnd I s eag le to Z ange
v o V. 8.'citien employee thinks he can not be bothleri wi market. sires with them." *B B
injilf i M Other Ways while his co~Wrke sacrifice otme t These re but two of the scores r ee
pleasure in h fight for betterment, he does not deserve Of unions, anging from theThe Predent t a chuckled
deikde ,rr s to, ...... ago. h, .... w el a u osstersy ThaoPreenreaatcs ue e
any of the be e serve. an outspoken foe of Senator McCarthy.
fellow citizen looks upon him as the greedy parasite he who feel that the Market a good aI e e.r
S .iw, ie. ctian p opsenjy e onm..a to g P p .r hh so r the lagde py "I was elected Oct. 13, 19, recalled the-Demortoie. c cO -
w, h can enjoy reom o this m thd upon rtir g each for the proletariat. grsman from Wisconsin.
in an absoaue ^ niero to jobc t her figery hou ung After years of beating Wail "The day was your birthday and my Repaiblican opponent
S ied to respect others for their ef forts inthe fightto, u St the ears, his is played this up. He put ads in the newspapers rging te ters
our traditional high standard of living. tIndee d the ren sture of e h a e him to Wedwas i as a birthday present ion Ie.' When
dtoh e N.-- S. oir ntien who chooses to amuse hiim self th hi indee the grand, geust re of t l. "o "lu fl e ed the is u H ered itu to coy n I ata
sdiegivn wle, othero uare lendI a rr.vou of their confidence fit the mone eets, edo Tore ., Ca p ai n s send Opp~nct ow as It
8 ci e r h wholeisven f e esaroninOT be Yon uig ae the votes were coun however, you got a democratic birthday
to e certaini y e e no respecB. ". oi fac nd h ti se .o o c I i. labor l t I aders are e o u re en..m e
very shrewd and ery careful h Ike grinned but was noncommittal when two of lis, Ses,
a" l ongside his home which he kesd or granted 8 0B RUARK
St I elaownl lonbe ide hisf home cionuld publre- y nae an. it gg Ke esuests, freshmen Theymen pames udgw.. oP.. ena l.
l are to hi .elgh bor a. an eekg a, rer-la e pact iis that tre woul be a n and Herbert Zelenko of New York, binted theT
k Ipendulm after the power has beeor exhausted. HC may huregls tat there would be was their "contltuent."
t e day find himself without the needed supply of mome -hundre of millions e" ands tO re n that am ur m Mr.
hi s hfow citle whohas fallen during the time that the Market if Labor's leadership was hen," ontetun e ai you fr a i my si.
4h0s1eu ow king whoshas fallen duragain at the expen was certain just how its follow- Man said a thing the other day a smile On the basis of some fe-politicos that even they never Ident," contended las a aYour frm nmype latr. t
o Mforn himself. Tiers would take this fraterniza- which is so horribly easy to be- male thinkin-, you could elect L.- dreamed of. Wat a minut sapo ke u. p mZe onetie -pa, pon-
hol r b i n .teon in the shadow of the House lieve that you just got to deplore berace or THe Continental to the A Huey Long on television fright, wrestler at Columbia. "C lumbia Uvrsty
ha e tolber t b ine wuredetes wmi l ttke trte of hMo gan it. Leonard Hall, the Rtepubican Supreme Court, and it wouldn't ens me, even in retrospect, be- and that's the precinct where yu voted the In m~. i i"
e to be graviaincome with dee channels and with ut national chairman, came right out m-ke "-ny difference whether he cause nobody efer had more per- change your voting address,l ou are still my constituent."
r off-the little remain ing lifeblood. of his with Itls haluredly miore than a flat and said the Republicans must had a law degree. sonil charm. There are enon Bisenhower laughed louder than anybody when 2e enko
ral.whe enjoys thl e progre ss others have made po i e some footnote here that there are pick good television perspnalites I saw the women work in the idiots in the land to vote for gu- added as an afterthought:
d wle he enjoys prog scores of union chiefs who per- as candidate in 1956, because "tel- last presidential election, and, I'm tar players aud hillbilly singers, "You know, this is one of the feW times I have been invited
decde or so a To. looki sonally own well-balanced s ock vision has changed everything tellir.g yoh, they wvon it for Eisen- aasquerading as stateasmen. I also to lunch by a equatituent whea he didn't ask me for a,favor.
.- portfolios -- and who werebard- avout political; Campalig k" cWer, because Ike had been mar- remember that Estes Kefauver par.- .e S.
'SOCIETY ly chagrined by the shaking out Mr. Hall was hiever righter in his ried a long time to a dame named layed a coonskin hat and a smart I A I ",
A NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY f prices las t week. They all con lIfe). To be. poor and honest and fame and Stevenson had blown crack from the late D ss' Cr p e a
StrIne to. uy. .....homespun, slave to Ideals and a re who was actively Coming into a rel near shot at the pnredl A closed-door session o tejoi.n committee wf *d n
,, ., warer-Iof no man's cla ou ag s hi pe o irtically I thi' dency ma- energy reveale h tt l of no manss collar ut against hiomepoliiy.nty.n
Edently I'm Against Favoritism" a newcomer to these In fact the lower prices theseust isn't enough any more. Youthatf Adla had stayed married ne thing is certain in the new A Energy Commission ap feared t have the ame kind
ere part and hasn't learned to take what is handed ou. ast 10 days made scads of mil-have to ,snap your teeth like Bert he would have walked in.Ike was ageof impressing the voters: a backgroun as Dr. Robert Oppenheimer to ,
Many. aeole have been curious about the at ional Honor Ions for the. uniow and their Parks and leer lovingly at the a lousy speechmaker, at first,and man's ability will have to come Hover, Admiral 8tra doesn' a erse
eety ra ong tine cluding myself. Why would any nor- funds became they continue ,ladies. You have to make those had, none of Stevenson's glipflp second to its.aravity la n at s he'did oppelalSer, Me do the pu s a.. Stress
i. happy and popular student want to be a part of t Wo- purchasig~ eek on the c lit joke f1W lai did, and ease with the language. They o1ed 'e frihtenini monte th swing not atixlous to 'einth oo
SRat I o H aven't you noticed that usually tes obassi of a rc oet biggest I mw be and round .tevenson as a gal would adm I kd ro and r e instudis hot wit The new e is hDr. o
w qre t ar o Che to jobo category ,or very pecul, B okerae hoh s Sogo gu c e s anI thdt wd rcha., rs nase tan and .i I .
er onally I feel that If a student is tops, he's t z e a usine ome Because l Hali i dope at the .otey en ad a .. c t i
Peonally I feel that if a student o, e's ops we tha t one of the largest f these~when he h iss the "m" a working husband. as was frinest W T. by a latter wa e e ve o.
S ed the N.. or ved on t he brokerage firms has just raised vote is what ou'e got hunt firnt to the guild and it country. Canada.
T =e advice given to me, over 25 years, when I rrve on e a chap from account executive foi, and that "ladies can o more him. A man used to stump for hou Unlike ppenhemer, however, Vn Ne mann ~a not f &nd.
30Zn was: "keep your mouth shut and your bowels open. to head of a specially creAted Politicking over a cu of tot" than The late Mr. Roosevelt never sands, and now he hits millions In "guit" by association. ..
,- Older than an old timer labor department in its Wash- a man can do in an nour's speechi- much go at the TV, but he a single iht. his material is lPrinceton scientist .am d ,the Cl': co
ington oice fyin You have as bulwark to this took radio in his hand and turned lousy he's ead at -the box office, mtte that during the Canda sp l he Jine
AN: M B byn reualte stat eent the-solid fact that people it Into as sharp a political tool as in this case, box office, i others in sending a te am to the M J
By buying regularly, the un-are hewing less and less to rigid an man have done with the charm translated in terms of polls. Id oe ur in a "fair t o lper a -
I would be very happy if you could publish my name and ions get the best bargains. Thc' part lines, and are choosing the have done with the charm' nDt say that we will everhv 1have u rn a 'ir t .. a i a C
dress in your pen pal column. I am seeking marriage. n ut. aside anywhere from 1 t o candidates ndidpe0etly. -n thyand the grin and the b6auttful Jackie lessonn serious can *sr heare also xp confidence In the "Iiinncece"
Im a woman a -ytelePhone operator. Dark in complexion forpr ent of their fuind money if1te -is e YoVt female in- Barrimbre phrasing, on TV, would didate for the leading office atta Theglttd when hes stood "mte" and the court
dis. I work as teepone oer r. ar cmp for regular purchases. terest and your candidaten-the- have k pt him in office for 20 nation, but straer things ould not produce ee that e gave any m t
S br a lnette),. long black haez, black eyes, nearly 5 feet. When the market dips, the la. hme, via the TV, makes it Most terms if his hedith held .happened J Lodge o was an at uld not produce e n tha
All males preferable.* bor people are able to pick up impossible to consider seriously a I find it fairly fightenig that tor once and another actr, a ranth. r .
Yours stock at lower prices and thust hoo fn mouth candidate, even if the nation's helm may be staffed er had one I believe, knocked off Dr. Von Neumann further admitted- to the e nm -
Zsincerlh r get more shares for their money he's the reincarnation of Abe Lin-i y actors. But it's not new-in the Honest Abe, even .without TV to "He (Halperin) told me In 1940 that he was a rr
5~ -~- Zllpah Grant And, therefore, more dividends cln, when some glib charmer can political busniess, and the enor- spur his ego. eentilly that he wrin s a Mrxlst. It developed latertaH
2 Malveern Avenue, This is called "dollar averaging," tug at the female sensibilities and litous sweep of television has now .... ..,. ), trbuted by .... ..,. must have been t an earlier time a member of the party; b
King.ton P.O., | which I leavp to my financial make himself a one-man, war with added potencies to the hambone United Feature tSynd c~te,. Me.) thL wa e unknown at the time."
I Jamaica. writing brethren to explain, hHalperi had. been a student of Von lTethmaon' at Printe-
SverJ.... thatrtmeanshe1ecd 1 V"on' INetum-ofHanalalmost paraphraseduay" Oppenhelnr whaen h
The union chief kniows,howE d on-ton's Institute -of Advanced Study.
(L, | ,he nloen heef manows, how. |Vn Neman almost parapOpi-tstif hed
Ove g to ". aer,gth n ihave betItmyen a hrbcek o -
at the beginning of the yeari tio" n w -
to Put certain tited sums of techniqueoaEdngovenInrash.-I"mmthatgoing-ove
t 1 'Imoney regularly into the mar- onmittee Democrat could have followed the M
'et almost regardless of theCo m mittee.Democ r Ofch iq a nt goea t son wl i prof e r i n ga ve r ,
ien. W t he sees Is stea d WA INGTON- -(NEA) -After Roth child as Undersecretary of tes drive of both the Captol hi pnNest ~o~dati bewilt l ed for an s ed t
-, Because| he also buyap is his flrst.*wo monta in the Upper Comlerce or Transportation, the the white House however, P e~.~-tion Neuane pst d ent aisoclr -
House of Congress Sen. Norris secretary said to his new assist- son came rip with another ian.
up when the market turns Cotton (.i', N. H. makes this ant, "You know, Louis, this s Accordin t Kerr, the CDA Lad On the other hand, Re blicans like o e hicen e
up Which i happening now comment:. gettingg to be a habit with us." exclaim : of lowa and Bricker of O Io, who were Opph Op -

A" .. hid sit [ ud a. on. It may be hot." two years they -had gone through iam tyoa dUs ear grab your Note --- ct h t sr upset over.
ke t hu sh-huh.En S c Wha tshe-claifs to be an untold Weeks fir swore in Rothschild Sen. Alben W. Barky (D., Ky.)he went out and hied one of the first top ..he
Exchange Research Dept. Itself story on Republican souse Leader as ea o e Irland Watrways delivered his maiden speech as a find, Von Neumann.
U[], Our special shipment has little information. Queries to and arm s~.e.ake. Joe MartUm or -u aolnd daw whichhdepo freshman senator the other day.
with the coolness of a Cntr ale b Berthmn s then o woe M oit tld for 'Ver to h SIDE GLANCES avBy C l th
-- I Intelligence Agency operative Hall to P C n ..on ar dministratioft art months was n ethi of _- -. ...."
I operative who's just been asked, al.. ,d mi o.. a reo_-. Thewua jovial re
"What'snew?', The story ioes back to Franklin tucklan admitted, that he wasn't
Straw Hats "Wa Je? D. Roosevelt's days.' Iartin, as Daphne Robert Leads, assistant very happy. "IP]
The brokerage houses fear that House minoriy leader, was called U. 8. commissioner of patents, re- "I regret that my first utterance -
in beautifUl new I their labor clients ntay be filch- to the White House. I0 '.I legisla- nctly addressed a large, all-male in the Senate since my return to
i, | .,ed from them. The labor cleats tive conference. .ButWhe he got group of chemical engineers. She it should revolve around a raise in i
Easter style fear that someone will charge to the ate he d.sco that he is: an attorney and is rated one of salary for members of Congress."
that they are buying up Amer- had let his White pagoue Pa the nation's top experts on trade- he began. He then went on to
ican Industry, at home. .marls. In addition she is a no a d tate his opposition to that part / i .
A new guard on duty t r hat designer and a very attraclve of the Imil which would give con-

4 =-- Handbags l ( At this moment, labor's billion g'nize "Mari n and Wad.ti .let: woman. ressmen expenses for five round 1i s" --" i
Sidollars is just a small percent- him in on his Elks' a.naership When she was introduced, the .tps a year to their home states.
in pastel colors Age of all stock investments card, the only other identification chairman said: "It might well constitute a tem
lwhichtotal $160,000,000,000 (bil- Ms. Martin had or. him at the .,Andnow I present the person tadam more. bsenteelsm
'lion) on the New York Stock time. But jut .then one of' t h e wi the best trade-mark you can the Senate,' exclaimed Barkley.
i .......... ______ Exchange alone. This percentage Democinle leaders came along. hav,--charm and good looks." 'I believe that would be
l will increase. !ie votiched tor Marti sad the '.. de lorahe.
S( L fll RENM'S DEPARTIME T G two went in together. Sem.-oberl S. Kerr (D., OklA.) "When our const lotuos Jook
,- -1.In--- 3 U.- ma ,na Many of the unlons e watch- The story got to t president, i i ts b g about converting ee daw on a practically empty
,, ___. "_.__' Maybig f the AFL Internationalh however beoroe T e be- I r.omO the basement of his ash- chamber and go away with no
"i ers, whichisconsideredthelead- Martin enteWed his "bow h hter. He go.t in touch w Civil anes on the floor I wonder What
W B AdminrortherhoodaofPerical Work- ga. s #rest 8
re in this type of Investment. id a Republican like man- sn Administrator VsaI Peter- their impression c this body
5. age to get in hereq. -A ,- who suggested the istall- y be. I have -.
S.7Under the 1alon' compara- Shot batk Martin: I1 my tio -of a shield of lead as the mired ard soMedaerU
tively new leader, A. Scott Mine lks card." best I tection against tomie .use of the meo
the IBZW. has develop ed what 'I a. ll of MOt hkente on
FOR Weeksrswr is believed to be the bet bal- When Secretar-T of erthe senator let it be kn portant bLosWu was der
FOR CHILDREN nced stock portfolio in Shincsir Weeks swoTn S. bit hes lives within a few a1l- s *.slderaUo." -
.,, business I's worth many mU- ,_ '. _
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Fthe t a a ia d thefore, even uncori-
40 a pont ofTo h n might well conform to
Si~w u ave the and teachings of the
p anst est a l,".rs rRoosevlt said
had ain -c fte In try tri- In aiI__ .
nanl .ifM the ..tuewBeo.'i letrit truthful Is not
wrse u;-1 am PheiM- one or,,p Thunsa Nithe Commu-
Sand ea h e of black and nists :their followers. Also,
itel pd a0 ofJAst the c-'d repentance soi etimes brings a
owrueriqM a. A ast conspiracy I desire for ms f justificitIon,

hi. w largely ullifi ust mainland. atonait y that e 00man garrison Mat a been reA rced to wh re schtestimon, o nac- t
qetinrg ofm o fonn ae- ae. facts. osto
Theat uisswibute F t ell, Ex1Crine Leader Of Bawdy Ne Books J play Ready
mon e Africoun eld e bt #ule _I OF Flaying oerto sa w A mustfo r anyone with a par-
and lntrl including tetrue
eaethe ta ,u rtt.ile. t Ph enixGt Or ll aces ur ter la count of the great o Japae omc r -o I fea t
te ee ele dc th ts sree umperstitior fu Id ia e tg F e w as its, e bv k cand athlsoe rac
dr and searing 'su shne of black anese prints and of the artists
fiei h ho created them has been writ- The "big role" of the C
----yheeronn.slay, scheduled sThursday, t
In Belf-Detrayed (Knopf) BIRMINGHAM, Ala., March 22 set his sentence at life in prison. te by James A. Michener In the t heDble for Thersdr, at
JosepU Washabe i describes the (UP) Arch B. Ferrello stormy Garrett is confined, to a mental books placed In circulation dur- be played by illiam Bingham,
life and death of a Communist former Pheni City prosecutor hospital at Galveston, Tex., and In, the past week by the Canal resident of the Student Assocla-
tader -s a sson of events accused of helping convicted Al- doctors say he is not well enough one Library. on of the couledp.
so improbable no one would be. bpt Fuller in the qla ing of to stand trial now. Amust for anyone with a par-
tleve Ihem .~a fiction if they had crime-fighter Albert Patterson, Ferrell was acquitted of vote ticular interest in J ap anese Esperanza Lopez s featured in
not so often been exceeded in fact. will be tried for first degree mur- fraud the same day Fuller waste rints, the book can also be read the role of the 'Dragon Woman"
Bruno Stern, Wchaberg's can.. der here April s18. convicted of murder in the same with profit and delight by any- iof the "host story in three acts."
trl e y hae been created eys for teand courthouse here. The 9-year-old one who l interest in the arts Mi Lopez name anears on the
by the author's imagination out of defense agreed on a trial date forme prosecutor was accused in general. The illustrations in- program in many other activities
the postwar headlines, but there here in a conference with Cir- along with Garrett of stealing cludeo prints, 40 of them in full connected with the lay.
la muck to suggest that his is a cult Judge J. Russell McE0roy. w00 votes to kees Patterson from color. Marilyn Bevington, who has
chillingly accurate portrait from Ferrell reputed brains of the winning the nomination. established a outstad ree-
Slife. or crime empire that once ruled The state said it would attempt The complete liM of new books ord, especiallV in cheerlep dinr
ie W apr e bawdy Pn henix City, is accused of to prove Ferrell and Fuller con- and their uMthors announced by work in hih school and college.
Swasa omplex otradi. murdering atterson after the spired to kill Patterson and thathe library thisweek follows: is cast as the "Mstery Womn."
lions. Ma irospes arents veteran crime- fighter had won they rrhad llthe "perfect setup Non-Fiction- President and and her performance should he
e ree was turne the attorney ener nomnation since if Fuller was arrested, Fer- Congres, MacLean Should You a delightful surprise to the audi-
Co u hi. teens, Despite a oner pledge to purge the crime rel d would have been in charge Drink, Durfee; The Alice B. Tok- ence.
thail paysque, he fought bravely capital of its 100 million-dollar of the prosecution. However, the nlas Cookbook, Toklas; The Float- No seats are reserveH for the
ahd wtdh *1cton .fqr the ieds vice syndicate. National Guard moved into Phe- lng World, Michener; Filter Man- qinwle performancee Thursd.y.
n World War I. The shy awk- Patterson, e S-year-old Phenix nix City tnd Ferrell and the rest ual, Bakal: Sunset and Evening Tickets will he on sae in the lob-
oardbhas thatsoften leda to esta- City attorney, was shot down in of the civil law enforcement per- Star, O'Casey; The Yazoo River, by of the Diablo (hlbb ise be-
cisminm hs boyhood cloaked the an alley outside his law office sonnel were purged. Smith; Bent'q Fort, Lavender. fore the n.m. curtain time.
m etin h of a ge but leader of last June 18, just 17 days after Ferrell swears he was talking Fiction--The Dowry, Bannng; The vertre ad msi be-
Umu to a slmuggest that, mui count dgepJussellMc Flroys ers The ves from color. Baseball Bat, who has
c accur a Thepostertr coafndom Frell,-yeputed fulle was the nomatio ner. ojeWttBhysLeh- an Or
men. he won the nomination in one of by long distance telephone from The lander of Witches, Geh- teen th ct will be furnished
i adopted homeland after the state's closest political races. Phoenix City to Garrett In Bir- man; Stony Lonesome, Hart IbhV a enecial. feature band under
He wais adoped xom dater as Ferrell, Rhisell. County solici- mingham at the time Patterson Muses Three, Kennedy; Fatal in the directtion of Vitonr A. Herr
he war he wielded power so abso- or at the time of the killing, was was murdered. Defense attorneys my Fashion. Mcerr The Char- of Balboa High School.
te that even the frst secretary indicted for the slaying along refuse to say whether they have ka Memorial, Ware.
of the U. S. embauy hesitated to with former Atty. Gen. Silas Gar- additional "alibi" material and
mention his name but he ended rett and ex-Russell Phenix City the' state has remained silent Children's Books The Lucky i
p In a Copimmunilst "court," mum. County Deputy Sheriff Fuller. with ,its prosecution plans. Baseball Bat, Christopher; Cin-
b1 ) u preposterous confession The 35-year--old Fuller was Ferrell faces a maximum pen- da, Lambert; Project Boy, Len-
before i be"lting hauled away to the convicted of his part in the mur- alty of death in the electric c air ski: The Horn, that "Stopped the
gallows. der here March 11 and the jury if convicted. s o er, e'- n"e
This is Wechsberg's first novel, --S-----Phaerers Skyjets for Fliers of To-
m,, he brings to it a technique per- ionpu morrow, Don son; Lucretla
fected in numerous magazine ar-t. W| rah T hoa stan Mott, he rl of old ntucket. Bur- i
titehs opIIe.Pn' oC t oG nBimett; Anthony Wayne, Daring b

... .t hr I First i'Daiy Of Spring i

It is her own biography, but it CHICAGO, March 22 (UP)- ported a crazy-quilt of weather m T,
taeB ofthe aioe fanersamade Blizzard snows, new tornadoes, that included summer-like ton*- o al
h u. S e i ad. w et, hall and a zero cold peratures on the Gulf and GO RECOH
wrote prmelf e to pa s .ndgdf wave ushered in the first day blowing snow, sleet, hail, freesz. n -i R.
Se a sad book althpassough ten of spring yesterday, ing rain, thunderstorms and PANAMAl
people in It are happy. Tornadic type winds dipped dust storms elsewhere.A
.e -t. is t arr cappa infoe ton Tupelo, Miss., today, smash- A numbing cold wave moved AT PANAMA
Mrs. Betrn arrived in Dawson in buildings, and the posshbil- behind te storms and a pre-i
City tn the brawling capital of i of twisters was forecast for edited frost tonight periled the
the lodiewhen sin was at its other parts of Missiassppi, Lou- tender buds of fruit crdps in
height and Loewn was the b- Islana, Alabama and Georgia. Texas. Oklahoma feared Its ; The MOSt
est re light district north of the High winds at Alisboro in col- peach crop would be wiped out
dMe n.. s bert County, Ala., near the by predicted lows .of 5 to 20 de-
SMississippi Alabama line, des- agrees tonight.
She writes with warmth and hu- troyed four dwellings and in. Sub-freezing weather sweep-
Bmor of Daton City and its con- jured Zeke Booker this after- ing the West Coast also threat- I
stantly diminishing population, a noon. ened California citrus growers. m
city where. women (the ladies, that The big spring storms began
is) wore the newest Paris rea- Floods also arose in North Sunday with wind-driven snow ts
ions and parties often were elabo. Mississippi when 10 inches of in Wyoming, Colorado, New
rate fancy dress balls. Dawson rain tell in 14 hours and con- Mexiceo and parts of the Plains
City then was: in its heyday and tinued to fall. In the Water and tornadoes and heavy wind- Asatic *
the population was in the tens of Valley area bridges were report- storms in the Southwest. BQceIN T
tusands. ed washed out, schools were Nebraska was covered withn
The. minpg and the Gold, by A Three rivers rose to flood winds driving the stinging anow. BIN
B. Matthiessen (Doubleday): A stage and officials said large Roads were ice-encrusted and
love and ai-venture story of the areas were in danger of being reported "very hazardous," but MOMENT OF SPRING- N
early 30th century bsed on a leg flooded. At Tupelo the drench- only one was blocked. The S pring eofflelally begins When AT e
ncl er of Chatham Bend, an th water's nght o ak e or the
Isolated plautaton at the tip of t Heavy rains sent Middle Ten- Bizzar .co it lsof age rr tae
41wdal waszad .everd n, Blizzard conditions also raged dSouthernHespr travels,
f o stell wsof.o ttey ae i nesee rivers over their banks. in northwest Iowa where drifts nq1rthward and paes ever the
mnou I m te rity fe eSa- Families in some lowland areas as deep as 15 inches piled 'up spot indicated on the masp. This
brought freohi strange y of a were beg evacuated.' in the Sioux City and Cherokee will happen at 4386 A. M., EST,
auat natives The story .de- The Duck, Elk and Harpeth areas. Many schools were closed March 21st.
p a ion andavles uT p to rivers flooded in some places and highways in the area were
an u lneiecthd epimls 'o in south Middle Tennessee. The reduced to one-lane travel,
e. It bisCumberland River was ex- The snow, generally about six Wyo., reported the nation's low
pected t go above flood Nste inches with drafts much deep- temperature of 20 below zero.
S at Clarksville tonight and Nash- er, also lashed South Dakota The mercury dived to 11 be- *
7 ^ ville tomorrow inognS and part of Minnesota and wia- low at Rawlins, Wyo. It went
S. pr g arrived t 4:8 a. m. constn. to 9 degrees as far south as
but winter refused to bow out Colorado got as much as 14 Boise City, Okla.
,gracefully in the nation's mid- inches of new snow In moun- In the east and South tern
eh Action. tain passes while Big Piney, perature were more springlike. t Were U
Gale -*driven snows swept a- -"
cross the plains and into parts I T (
getting a statewide blizzard.
At g east eight deaths were ad
blamed on snowy highways in N 0 W w
the storm area and man- i wah s vep
schools were closed in Iowa and
s notr nid sleet storms blank-

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To Install New
Officers Tonight F.e Furniturs
The Canal Zone Workers Assn. DarGt I arheaMWn. NW
will install officers tonight at amazingoh prCee.; ,
7:30 in the Pacific Service Cen- Bedroom, Dinkr Reom
ter with Assemblyman Alfredo Living Room Bets.
Cragwell acting as Installing
master. Productos de Maderas, ,
A sermon by Rev. L. B. Shirley maauet by laob ra Cswm
and speeches by Ellis Fawcett, i catiasl Avw --
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WAMHINGTON, March 22 (UP) dollars f6i public work ak d
P The House Appropriations slashed 3- million from a $7,847,-
Committee slashed ,15,708,500 356 In construction funds sought
yesterday from President Elsen- by the Bureau.of Indian Affairs.
bower's requested $313.353,056 for It said aslilar "unobligated
the Interior Department In the funds" are available here too.
fiscal year starting July 1.
It was the third cut by the The committee approved thW
Democratic-controlled committee full $400,000 asked by the depart.
In administration budget re- ment to continue itq research
quests. It previously slicrd 77 Into the possibility of developing
million dollars from the Trcasu- a low-cost method of getting
ry and Post Office Departments fresh water from salt water in
and U.S. Tax Court, and $94.626.- sufficient quantljties for munlcl-
600 from funds for the Labor pay, industrial, and agricultural
and Welfare Departments. use.
The $298,271,246 Interior De-
partment bill, a cut of 4.8 per The Agriculture Department's
cent below the President's re- Forest Service had its appropria.
Quest, includes funds for most of, tion increased from $83,453,000 to
the department's activities and $84.580.960. Most of the boost was
several related agencies. Con- earmarked for fire protection and
tress provided $301,474.626 for efforts to control white pine buls-
the same activities laIt year. ter rust.
The bill which now goes to the I
H house floor, contained .S207.025,- Other funds provided were:
$51 for the department itself. Bureau of Land Management,
Money for the Reclamation $15,700,000 a cut of $200,000; Bu-
bureau and the B o neville, reau of Indian Affairs, $66,510,-
Bouthwestern Power Administra- 856, a 5-million reduction: Na-
: tlons, however, will .be included tional Park Service, $43.650,000,
S In a later measure, a one-million cut: Fish end
I The pending appropriation cov- Wildlife Service. $11,387,000, a cut
0 ra-such agencies as the Fish of $218,500.
' and Wildlife Service. the Bureau -
t of Indian Affairs, the National
Park Service and the Bureau of Little Orchestra
Land Management. They would Lit e
S et 91,2.45,390. or $636,690 more |
thSn the President asked. Plans ConCert
I3eaviest cut was made in
funds for Alaska. The committee The Cosmopolitan Little Or-
asid "unobligated funds" trom chestra will present a concert of
previous appropriations were a- classical music late next month
valuable. It elmlanted 5 million at the Pacific Service Center.
The group, was formed by vio-
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FAROUK'S FRIEND, IRMA Irma's excited. Irma Capece
Minutolo, that is. She's excited because Ex-King Farouk, whose
constant companion she has been for the past 18 months, has given
her mission tgo lo Into the movies. But .he says she has to be
dignifled. That Irks Irm a bit. "I would be awful good in roles
where I have to wear a bathing suit. I'm a good swimmer," she says.,

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Mnt dwinal t1 web A.a-ar.
Whenever a take one of, myt
n children to a meeting, Pity
datueitg le r, am am a.gei
having them load up' te e
th their friends.
'But n aoes seem 06 ime that
Tents who aryglad to have their
eXRn get ride everywhen thuy
ought tp teach thw some
Here is an example of what
>pens: The other night I was
Ving my daughter to a school
nce and as usual she told me
t she had told three other girls
would pick them up. That was all
Ash Paver,
Dom't Ism a Order
'hut when I stopped for the first
A she amemuned casually that
e had told a girl who lives on the
er side of town that she would
Lve me pick her up, too.' So a
1 I was doing a favor volun-
.red my taxi service to a girl I
Ain't even know who lived so far
vsy it meant miles of extra driv-
g for me.
*Then on tne way one girl asked
' in a crisp voice that was more
in an order tnan a request to
t up my window as itwas blow
g her hair. And two of the girls
mplained all the way that they
rze so.'rowde their. ,Jormals
re getting mused. '
"When they got out of the car at
e dance one girl said: 'Don't
k us up tefure a quarter of
elve. I hate having to rush out
e minute the laet dance is over."l
'Can't you please tell mothers
it if they ?re going to let their
h-agers be chauffeured by any
other who is willing to drive
ey ought to at lut touch them
me manners?"
there's the plea. If you will get
ur own teen-ager to read it, per-
ps it will do more good than a
'ture on manners, as

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Set it
The askeo RoM waelb No.
141i wll hold their annual Moon-
liwht Cruise on rIday. 125.
a etrase learns from cba
coc at seven p.m. and after a
four-hmr. rtdwth thel tb~o eK lake _
will return to oGaubue at-eleven
L* Thei will be two
contnuous dancing ma sic. A iu s tesown
Sbufet tbl, will pla a ar a 1 .,.. tee;
lesq, There will be crInks lore -
and various Sames will be Talyed ins
-^for the uesetv entertainmen-t.
make tna trip can co.tact the
alub management as a w tHek- t

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714. T1k% are il.00 and can be ob. was one of the things our Lord
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Mr. d rd IJ. e W* re- By GAYNOR MADDOX it exploit 4g Passover ill- Americans wao suffer from
.iwe were look. MsrInsthe teus e h userote, 01 e Iook Review Group of the asthma
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_eer, 1% caps boilo a t,'astor, 4 St. MI te1nm s .... The monthly meeting: of Unlt rehabilitation.
tifmdlum potatoes, 4. medim ea, chapter of I Corinthins, the Ah Legion Ailiary The Office of Voctal'Re-
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FOR SALE: -C clothes dryer, FOR SALE-1953 Chevrolet 210 f reservotons. ATTENTION 4.1.1 Just built FOR RENT:-Smallcholt,on
S, Wpernghoye. 60-cycle, 220-' 4--door sedan, 2-orne green, good FOR SALE: 10 good saddle modem furnished portments, I, bdroom, living dining ro mS
S We Have Everything vr n7 crib, itch nnerspring condition. Coll Balboa 2-3186 horses Can be seen at Panama SHRAPNEL'S furnished houses.. 2 bedrooms, hot, cold water. et kitchen. Modt rent. General cornr
STo Keep ur n ouse 552-A Cu- ofter 4 pm. Riding School Phone 3-0279 be- on beach at Santa Clara. Tel- Panma 3-4941. Jos de Sn Mrtin Ave. No 6
S and Garden Beautiful rund,t He.ghts tween 3 and 5 p m. phone THOMPSON. Balboa 1772. downstairs. WANT
SUuring the Dry Season. FOR SALE:-1951 Custom tu- FOR RENT'--Furnished and un-
Toolsn t DyeoFOR SALE -Mahogany bed with dor V-8 Ford. duty free $725. JOIN THE TREND towards mod- FA T PSN ClOTTAGES, one mile urnished 2 and 4-room modem A T
TOOLS springs Call 3-2018 Panama, See after 5 p m. at'0590-A Ba- ernwindowcoverg, usgmatch tSant Clara. Lw ates- rtns. Contact Arhambro WANTE
u To e Dry Call windwcovering, using ma tch F e Balboa 1866 .Aparti fents. .10th Street, Pho"ne2r
S: He morrnng and evening ncanoStreet IOld Corral Area), s,,ck bamboo draperies and cur- 3e86, Colon. Phoneom -4a .ie.
FO SAE Ancon. tains. Custom-made in all sizes WILLIAMS' Santa Claor Beach oO -
SInsecticides F SALE -25-cycle Westng- FOR SALE--1953 Ford Conver- and any color for immediate de- Crockgas,refrigeration, FOR RENT: Cool2-bdroom WANTED TO BUY:
S*S.-ie refrigerator with freezer tible. all extras, undercoat. 8000 livery. Venetian blinds. recondi- j -odroom. Phone Balboa 3050. o-artment, living dining room, tires suitable for reconstruction
Shrayers orparmnI IV 3year guarantee; miles. Phone Navy Pacific 3736. nin services. Free estimate. .reened, $60. 56 Belisario Por- R E ON TRUCTORA NACI-
S Wheelbarro hoainv dinn, room !et, tob!e Call 2-3063 or 3-4904. DisTri- AiO. Oceanside c o t gs,.. ras. Key apartment 3. nform- NALAve Peru No. Phe
cono Soil Spray od 6 chir one year old: small FOR SALE -1947 Kaer sedan. buted by Productos de Madera. Clara. Box 435, Balboa. on Phone 2-23N16 or 3-0234. 2-04b6. FOR SALE:
ao Econo So-il prayH..elf mahogany bookcae: 53.000 miles. Original owner, S A.. 98 Centrol Ave.. between Panama 3-1877. Crsq--
SFrtilizers ene ,n blind alum.num. for $Z50. 5615-B Diablo. Phone 2- Kodak Building and Fifth Ave- 01 3-1673. FOR RENT:-To responsiblepor- WANTED: Baby crib maple, CarterPhone 2-186', (
rikler Te 33 ouse 6 feet by 5 feet. 412. nue Store.Gramlichs Santa Beach___________ t S ty only, modern and furnished a d1 d headboards, usable 7am.rt 10on (ale
.prinkers3 fg'rn. blue' 1949 Cheroer w Gr mlich Sont r h tw.bedroom apartment in Cam- lkings Call 6-422, Gambor 0437, At. c ,r
S*FungicideS .,do:or iedon. Can be seen cn- FOR SALE-1954 Buick Rivie- FOR SALE--4 Electric Mules Coterta e. Modern conveniences. p, Alegre. "Crisina" Building,
S 6-425 Dos Bocas Street. Los ra. undercoat, all extras. Excel- lYle w stionforcote. Phoneamboo Avenida Manuel M. Icozo B. for F SALE
GEO. F. N N'i. ______ _____INC.terie Bargain price. See at phone Quijona 2-2718.
t GEO. F. NOVF.Y. INC.. L R-*______-lnt. phone Navy a763 of a736. hsorters.:'^ *Jsl_ $^0e soso Fora0.tion FOR SALE i .tos
'217 Central Ave. Tel 3-0140 FOR SALE:. Leaving Isthmus, u lle Ingles. Phones 210550. F Rphone Qujono 2-2718. O
ntra FCR SALE -A "Leonard" e'ec- 1955 Plymouth Belvedere Power- 2-0551 t re he deals the first hand, O C FOR RENT: t-e
tr c;r. w.,Pth four burners and .thre. many accessories. Call W fixe the trump suit for FOR RENT: Furnished apart- .,,. etndppinmnrom, -n------- Call 2-3284 Balboo. __, r SCALYPASO: Duri tepl orasc. l GaSbo M oor--- 't
HMRninET DUNN. C Bl 2-49 FOR SE Comple frns -h FOR SALE 3 air-conditioners. el the a io p ers wl win 2 g room, ph. rone 3- c 5 s
HARNE ....T & Ds for sl aart after 6 pm. 3-2 19L2. 8 o l on SylvMrena Call Bboerf 28 cooses spades, for exahimple, hisu 4868. fr excellent co

Excellent condon. 1-bedroom ebb_2a7medeod ellntcoditio.Pr(Tricks, and the winning of tricks, roomd parlor, dining roomoparb *
SDAN STUDIO FR SALE Aex washer ad O19 ditlb. Good for cna un or bed- I sp trump suit pwilln be-n rght. A/IC J ames Boll. Phone i-
B LiAlDA T D 60 n. FOR SALE-1952 PontAc For. Cos Priced very low House d r om a nd the sue on cpsof the FOR RENT:--c2-bedroom a spart-e
'HOTL EL PANAMA. SUITE 1 drer twn ,,ns fully utomotic. top convertible, radio. white side- tween 9 m.-2 noon, 2'sIl be diamonds (to ment, duplex house fenced yad,.
S10lVm.-Adults. J P-teens Sarrifice $2- Phone 3-2331. all tre. excellent condition. twe1532-, Gai non.e 2-5 9 .m. hs left! and clubs (to his right) garage, laundry tub 9th Street,
elbe.n L4239 FOR SALE Complete furnish- FOR SALE --G M 6-71 Diesel the cards various players will win 206.
After 'S m. ... Pnama 3-166 in for small apaent ince FOR SALE: 1948 Chevrolet Marine engine. Call Balboa 2867 tricks, as in bridge, pinochle, elu-
re p n refr, erato r and stove$475. Converible. 1951 Karier 2-door working hourd. hre, ad many other card games. FOR RENT:-- Modern onbd. .
Excellent condition. 1-bedroom sedan. Both very good condition.
aOnrtmert In od ne ghborhooeod c t (Tricks, and the winning of tricks, room, parlor, dining roomiPora 8 ..i. :
nrtmetn gl Balboa 2g867 dayhome FOR SALE --Kodak, case, filter. Will be fully explained in the see- ment'in house No. 45. Avenido.
.HIROPRf CTOA $160 3-3959. FOR SALE -1952 Pontiac For- Cost $75. Priced very low. House and of these articles on calypso.) Jose Frciso.d, a Ossa. Rent ....
IJPIAC -dor radio. excellent condition. 1532-8, Garilon. Phone 2-1669 $60. Da Castro. #*24. Ave. "B."
Dr. A. end RILLA FOR SALE --Baan! Dn;n set. Phone Blboa 131. Balboa. When you win a trick, you leave FOR RENT: One furnished a-

Dr rAenEiL Lik El -oBo Dow FOR P ALE: Vaux HBlla new a3y Beginaer to Learn potent's suit or any carb that is ment, moderate rent, North
SAGENCIAS IM RIDG Phone 3-3325 face up on the table in front of
Phone Pnm(,.siil 2-0552 Ae Peru 1 Pone 3 FOR SALE: 1950 Chev roletDyou any card or cards of your Refrigetratori to rson Stove n-
"Chitrepractic adds life to years. hardlop, new tires, radio, duty o w trump suit that will go ants, preferably America,
thof July Avenue No. 14-2 pad. ray and yellow. ,Bruno, awards bu dlng up a complete "El Dorado Btolding," Juan B.
t Avene 1 el 3-I Navy 3795. Price: $880. Hours: suit (called calypso) from the Soa Street No. 22. Rent $85m .
ibinch.rk from Lux Ih9tr 79 a m and 7-10 p m. ace down to the deuce. Likewise Other semifurnished in some

daim ifurnaoltefarts ia To i 0 Here i-'. ireu=,.
ro tuegeved f o urpr hdt neor oei td ay.anyooFnd 2 t
SO Argive ydIoudr partner any card building $75, unfurnished $60. 4
M ner r eFord ad 1950 4-door Sine of his trump su it that be may Call Panama 3-0990 between 9.
"Insure In' Luxe Chevrolet. Call Balboa 2- frace down into the partnershipeu T .

S rtur-bae e *v worker left the pits early this patesi packs a bg punch whter l *-* Mr. O 's dauhter. Debonh Ann who w h
G en.rair e -l T'FOR SALE: Vaux Hall. new Any Belltunter tro Lera ponent's suit or any card that is meant, moderate rent North to
ivAGENCIAS r ) A M it igtires, radio, perfect condition, already face up in front of you American neighbors. Frequently Ze. T G B
Sephone Panama 2-0. prI552y $380. Easy payments. Phone 2 By OSWALD JACOBY or your partner transportation. Phone 3-04 71
ally 9:0-12: and 1:30-5:00 March 22. (UP) ome 00 000
S...,., ... DWest German coal minF ers avotd C lyps in thwo partni ig. na odew r o e hen n
Sa today on whether oto erik i card game that his coe to o us e a
a e tha a mediation eforts fail to ap- from Trinidad by way ofgethn g asaonl Jewand- cd od fr ay
S o beaut prove tlastr Increased wage de- land. Mont anybody can learn 1 a Debo
m e posanaloton a- DenTHE FOU Dla As n previous years,casmembes to assis n making it sible
s tay as nig ifm of skill at gos m ;goame rs si, tMd g8= 1
l mtuae.--ts for. g ---r adrvi llworkers left the plts early this It packs .a big sunch, whether ..,.. dllht

D a B G or s *hohacks a big punch, w hihet ar of the Jewh fat o the Arm- for ab o Personnbl of the Jewish Hous L ad rs P s Shn
eauty Salon morning an contend they havnues.untlipped to- ea- ouone are g o od adborn P o fhdeo43rd brU airthda hMllhlo n-.,
Sr (a l .t 1 i N. l. hi yerg are good or bad. The Passor hiday ko e ss r hol own l chairman for the Pacific sideC al Zone. Te
| oste n a S elmal .l' i l) returns from the pits. The result INGREDIENTS: Four players as the festival of freedom, Pelss and Harry Kri s of the Atlantic An weighed 7 po 1 ce t
STelphaone ..It-Pmn .. SLwas practical y a foregonside r e- and four ordinary decks of cards, rated by Jews throughout the side of the Isthmus. Her father is A2C en
ST IA wae n percentage until told theel without jokers. Divide the play wold wi be ushered iForces an with at Albroo Ar -
e' esB a strike c dt ers into two partnerships, with the traditional Pasedoer to be held Memoranda have been Issued lanti ide. The Canal Zoe Gl o ut C cil h pr t

i*jt1b LBe..UsCLbassador to Iran. isa rpearthe r t nd fi- ese m co mhC AD' 12 3t 70 .mn' Ie n s werasexible er snal Etaser recess which eitls
N *ecesa5y i n ... D the whpaners aca each other at Wednp b esday, rl 6, at 6:30 pa by Headquartehrs, U.8. Army Ca- Deborah Ann with a Grl Scout mem bed for t ea
St tgeSt aIdge e, a Cnd the table,-asn to r ean- rat the vll Hotel under fe rbbean. Headquarters, Carb- nshe becomes seven, wc b the last a eplte
QN isL"0 eArte | NEW ORLEANS Mar sta. 8huf2le2 the car al tiereth auspices of the National Jewlsh bean Air Command, and Head- Scouts. This cardant mea e gountil qu a' rowvided .baae
E S i te ) yroun din b b L Mar 2 ( ga pereinsmWelfare Board. quarters, 15th Naval District au- Deborah Ann pn pries must be su ted
S here atu increase to returnch con- Rusans were reminded b the thorn all unit commanders been to open debate to the government at from 82 to
Sea rn Riinor structon of te longestFOUR DEAL: The pl Ast n previous years,.members mto assis n makinR it possible
G SC L A tlar cantilever brige p on the 1h an ersa t he a ry o of the Jewish faith of the Arm-n for all personnel of the Jewish nesd pre
Be ua alon They contend they have re wslippedll le de lso o carts nalu ed Forces and their families will faith to attend the Pasoyrer epublisuph e supo
Si .rleas ith the est the oiets claim iete pita e rsonnel or ein held under he asices adin
tir eeach.player has 13 cards. The OuetsofthPNaioal wh
r bt the Msssspp Rver the arlnest of the nck is put aside untilhe second Seder night. Mrs. of the National Jewish Welfare action as a sign of weaknessFa per cent o party next a
Soperatoower above oun-the made his first flight from a field The player who has cut t he to attend the Panama Ca-eder med Forces are stationed services will be con-
STESTIIESJulius o make reservations b pcontatingt overseas.ducted by Rabbi Nathan Wtkn corn, cotton, pean

B!t ," I gd upo* foold, and other. .. ,.rto
wa ee -percentage until told the Senate Foreign Rthehe 30-JWB Armed Forcesat the U -JWB Armed Forces
SNEED TO RELAX? e ea percentage until told the e Foren Re- t the time, the next Service Center. telephone Bal- service Center in Balboa. The WAHNGTONr ather tha try to u

.. e the rcvrnomtdcid how tions Committee he made $270,-(atho dls-dols

os, have deld to raie to PARI March 22 o UP* humiliated when he was almost Moscow's a last At the end of the present'hgh and the selection committee will -h el e wl arm Deadcrate state ges, kep ntato nm
rank of Embassy status their drie nrease 000 prboo t ofn $10,000 iares nveste- I er) deals out one card at a timeboootermfon tha e nal seule is s follows: (UPt Houe fup a r m- ofc re and

H i et legations in-each otherdecided atr thencry-leeosbuy he catlled lat n oht. the satellite mltar Balboa ons Club wl Cub wkS d r meeng on orty a ao of the lel torand a coer
S utry. ~~~ta they arwhev a teeit "-in ment in a 1947 surpluscaker until akan eah except wd five scholars to f Thursday7 night in the di. der d a to st ne atwe offidals cedo
cr n t e e loat orrt o m.nh astdbe1h Thur ea, April 7 at e 9 L- terday to postpone as
te oprit 1le" t henorkers' demands deal. He is President Eisen- cards. This uses up thee second The traditloal Passover holi- and 6:30.p.m. Friday. April 8 at o their drive to ju P
-m. of'a wag IItrd e. bower's nominee as U. S. am- quarter of the. pack. This process day which is observed for eight 9 a.m and 7:30 pm. Tuesday. dent Eisenhower's flexil fm
l l _s bassador to Iran. isrepeaoed a third time, and days, commemorates the deliver April2 at 7:30 p.m. Wednes-

Sral ols Pres te dn athory to e r a stat y n extee achola of $50 eachWo local t papers.m. e es t price supportplananetr A i
SO .. ..afutht.. B.ta. ance of the children of Israel day, April 13 at 9 a.m. and 7:30pricsupporta
the whole pacle Chamouk Moas been used u, by Moses. the great patriarch. p.m.. and Thursdayo April 14 at tOhich id h supp

... Longesy tate B eOf to aFancyn e mBetorei'blrettodedo to been beo < orMemoral services for the de-'br- .
ti wo na but a hereatur looked on Franch co- Russians were reminSoviet bloc street ese ashs must sponded to so p iibeen to oen de
Soble orien- struction ofd-rate nation. Test vehicunt- Moscw Radbinet at night ap- bloc be t aate re nder
westward in nt has turned into a resolve proved Inerior Miniser Mau ur vtory from the key ch

SPANAA RIDING SCHOOL ]a, e antilever bridRe in the1 30th a Mversaryaofy' demand dod n birth a e winner he s ben d ndwll to t eday"
Longet B e F lhigh ort od with cy me sen PodautslyeN trheat fed will hbe enybolt c h oe be used for thae-ocpplya pnmlar Passover services are Republicans r.pporinl
tPoel iarr noted that N c Nr ge Bhe s the ovietsb claims frandt inhs T f o
.e trao t tono P -m rW Isa-0279 iu msends was to go Ualtto service ersone l for bea held under the auspices administration interpre e t

u.,.^dE. atutio usSoft mlogstance's v5Scc-M s ated i on tenhatredto dae y ofifsthe Pa thy ,'Colronpsanoteda tal' neay. shooie.
.b t he MississippiRiver the airplane In'1881. Diamonds u the second &der night. Mrs. of the National Jewish Welfare action as a ignof weane
and Vill rise more than 350 feet The broadcast sdid Mozhailky .. .. .. Spades .. Schaye Wiznitzer of Panama Ci- Board wherever personnel of the They 'said farm leaders were u ae ped
i_ the air to tower above themade his first flight from a field Tke player who has cut the ty, a member of the Panama Ca- Armed Forces are stationed. earful of the outcome and n bill would mak 0 i
tallelt building In the city. -hear St. Petersburg in 1882. highest card chooses his trump nal Zone JWB Armed Services both In the United States and wanted time to cement a farm- support mandatory. on
!- 3 L....k.L ,committee. is home hospitaltt overseas. er-labor alliance In favor of ri-corn, cotton, pemuts *lqd
WW e-d supports. OIl'. and other elor
said the f'rm forces could push spot 1?.
Marchob- French Penaeredkted Scholarhip To BHS And CHSRye uhn tr. e 7.

uns aved Idted. ais t or2:o0Mrehm2-- ,haeat last At the end of the prent'l and the selection committee will time. to e up a bigr ma- ofi radio and
Jankof sheir High government officials wern booed out of a press conference night of a uLtedrm for In the CaA oe be guests of honor at the Lions
of M mle u hedIn-each others t eo tthe satellite atI ltary the Balboa Lions Club will qi Club weekly dinner meeting on tkfo the .e atia-
tod the Sate would ratify caued scarcely a 7iwar except d five scholarships to flve Thursday night in the Vrn
theParis agreements wth- New trouble loomed for the among some n rnt ou ..anin .e= ,. of t R oo e .ov, Hot, en

.. -II--msills Chamoun on an had shocked the Senate and of e .n in the strife- to think MoOt k uiorat11h,4loamiarZ

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I HEAD Itamilton Basso
Mac Hyma
nest K. Gann
guerite Youreegar
Marcia Davenport
THINKING Norman Vincent
SHOUIING Grantand Rice
MRS. A. Richard Aldrich
Fred AlMen

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m F Colman, Collete Marchand and Tessa Beaumont. By OSWALD JACOB
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LAS' VEGAS -(NEA)- Uncle information. To avoid panir and a ,fAKJ
Sgvs prtlrfileis of atomic bomb' repeat of Orson Welles' famous *.84
te in Nevada has spawned a"Man. Fnom,-Mars' radio broad- ,u 4)&J0 0. 4
new tylptI'Lef. Vaes charait ~ 7 ,her s-' lftga seclret ibdul North-South vul.
-ElHE AtomTi Tout. the Nevada atomic bemb tests. S h W Nwe Nrth a
ato otshere oas t a early morning motorists on high 1, Pam P
gents selling system to win at ways around Las Vegas, are ad-I 4 NT. Pau "
oultt or how to put a.winiing vised to avoid being "so startled 5 N.T. Pas 6 P8a5
backspin on a pair of dice. ,,might lose control of your 7 Pas Pa Pau
car," are even handed mimeo
-Anylboyeanbe an atomic tout graphed instructions on how to dpeninglead-9 10
r he's vl in to risk being tagged 'enjoy" the blast. I
the racketaquard, The one I E~verybody ikes to see an expert
ard about is txicab driver The first paragraph reads: fall on his nose once in a wnile,
S"eustomeks" art out-of-town- "A short time later this morning so today's hand should spread a
bager to view the blasts by iyou will be privileged to witness litle sunshine It caused a swing
early or just not, going to 4n atomic explosion. This experl- of more than 2000 points in a re-
at all'. ece hasbeen shared by very few I cent teamematch, thus proving that
of your fellow Americans and we a little luck is sometimes more
The la w Is a simple matter hope you enjoy it." powerful than a lot of skill.
n Vegas. The gambling casino Both teams got to a quite rea-
saver closet and there's entertain I Nevada's man-made dawns these icnable contract of seven spades.
uent in the hotel cocktail lounges atqmic bomb testing days is in a The skillful declarer went down,
1tl.U n a.m. way old stuff or Las Vegas, a 24- but the lucky declarer made the
hour fun town. New luxury hotels I. rand slam.
Preqiwnt cancellation of the re springirg up like spring flow-i First, let's see how the expert
ltidawn explosions because of ers on the desert and the real es- played the hand. He won the first
We r conditions Is bte atomic tte boom is as fabulous as the trick with the king of hearts and
tout!s cue t6 lck up extra change. fie-figuie weekly salaries paid to drew two rounds of trumps with
.HERi.'S TE PLOT.: .. ... big-name entertainers. Ihe ace and sing. Next, he cashed
Along about 3 a.m. on his way the top diamonds and ruffed
h the top diamonds and ruffed
to an all-OlgL hat spot, a tourist RELATOR DAVE McCOIG told i;amond with the nine of spades.
asks -ar atomic tout cab driver: me this real estate eye-popper: West overruffed with the ten of
"Have 1pu heatl anything about In 1941, a fellow named R. A.spades, and that was that.
the atomic bomb test? Is it on or Kaufman of Lancaster. Calif. pai What was so expert about this
off""- 500 for 1200 eet of desert igh. line of olay? South wanted to make
S lay frontage 900 feet deep. The thirteen tricks without gu ssalr
With the Ume mysterious air of highway now is the famed luxury which upponnot had the quen 6i
race4rark touts, gents with roil hotel strip. clubs. The nine of spades would
latte systems and guys who can And a few wees ago Kanfman be a safe ruff if the diamonds
get you -mink coats wholesale, the leased the land to a new hotelsyn- were 4-3 or if East (instead of
cal bdr4ivr aiv in a hushed voice. dictate for "9 years at 75,00 a West) happened to be short of dia.
"lMe uega friend_ e'. wittmee ear! .nonds, or if the player. with short
Atem ic prlrgl Commmissls. He's diamonds had only two trumps in.
JVst annt Pe tlerk but he can tell Short Takes: Danny Kaye pens stead of three.
y.u I cm give you his secret a six-week stand at the London The odds were far better thao
)MIR. l .8 cost ye 5." Pallagium May 23. Every ticket's,2 to 1 that South could ruff safely of 10 the out-ef- already sold. .Orson Welles is with the ninu of spades. whereas
e 0mMltv .Pa eff a river plotting a muvie about Don Quix- the odds may be only about even
bali tie' as real al anJd uit in pain. "Hans Brinker" on guessing which opponent has
toW htaselfm a ,- a ckL is on the MGM plaroing boards. the ueen of clubs.
Bat .e 1 finds out, when he
d 'the ciet" phone n tnaber.I Dean Allen the original voice of South would .be practically home
tat he's .5 for something .he Donald Duck. is planning a singing 'f he got with the nine of spades'
lve -fond in the telephlne career with no more quacks. Hle would lead a heirt to dum-
of i-&e ph.'s1number of the Las Cesar Romero's "Passport to Dan- imy's queen, ruff the last diamond
Vefgas ile Mae Atomic Energy er" telefilm schedule forced him with the queen of so,1e. and oe.
CoupmislRu. tn'nix the ro-itarrin, role with Vir- ter dummy with the king of clubs
,, -, itria Bruce in "The Reluctant tv draw the last trump with the
W AN c ALL-NIGHT office most ride in London Her hubby. Ali ja* of spades.
Wm to give callers the latest Ipar, s producing the film. Now South could take the age
S o ubq mnd discard dummy's Ilit
club on the av, of hearts. D rmn-
44,I w w"'id wl.he thfrteenth trick
oftuth 'niht tr rn Wtrouble
If the player with the last trumni
Sinaaed to l rf 4hequeen of
,' hea ts or the kul of ldulbi. i
SThe ',ekv r.eclrer w the lt
trick likewise with tip
housann ad 4dew three
Srumns. He next eashbd thb e
S. Ja kof l arts.n d a 'ruin
S... s1t als t l en ld *ha
t. -t- u.remnd .he art.
Declerer .astM 6e4ed the s ou
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UP AND AT 'EM-Here for the first tine, the USAFr newest operational all-weather interceptor
' -the Nqrthrop Scorpion F-89D--ia depicted "scrambling" to intercept an attacking bomber Warn-
ing from powerful ground radar search unit brings pilots and radar observers (1) racing to
Scorpions already fueled and fully armed with. 104 high-explosive air-to-air rockets. fiil power
from its twin turbojet engines sends the F-80 streaking skyward (2) to intercept the aerial in-
vadaer. Within a few. minutes, the 600-mile-per-hour plane bores Its way more than eight miles
high on aear-vertical climb. There its powetrfl electronic radar search gear "locks on" (3) to
the attacking aircraYt. At the moment of attack, its rockets are fired in salvos (4). with a "kill"
(5), virtually certain. Mission completed, the F-89 returns to base (6), where a skilled ground
crow awaits to refuel and rearm IL

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4 Food you can
ind of worm
12 Posessive
13 Skin disorder
14 Rainbow
5 Policeman
1s Indian
18 Leg part
20 Win-sabaped
21 Be&m
24 New wine
26 Opposed
27 Semillquld
10 Each
52 Ebb
14 Day dreamed
35 Laundry
36 Girl's name
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39 Spar
40 Singing voice
41 Distant
42 Dim
45 Be in charge
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51 Letter of
52 Revie
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54 Building
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17 Crazier 31 Trees of
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23 Undress 33 Arrives
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Another Malenkov

Supporter Ousted

From Soviet Power
LONDON, March 22 (UP)-
Russia ousted another support-
er of Oeorgi M. Malenkov yes-
terday in a further stop of the:
Akirge which has sv.ept the gov-I
ernment since. Feb. _.8
The Presidim oE. the S. u-
prime S=ovlet announ it ad
I GeorglF.a
W5I-he post of IlI
c I for inefftlciency. tvit
Aabhasador to Poland .- A.,
Mkba Uov was named to ...c-
'ceed him. I
The announcement wu n aie
ial l Moscow Radio broach ut
r;monitored in Londol. .The
bbA~past said Alexandrov.-Was
*i d "beclftt6e he f~lle to
ei d the leadership. of. the
M.ry. of Culture."
SAlundrov becp e minister
I o. culture in March 1954, slc-
ceeding P. K. Pononarenko. An
expert on history' and phfilo-
sophy, he was re-elected a can-
didate member of the Central
Committee of the Soviet Com-
munist Party in 1952.
This Is the second time A>ex-
androv has lost favor with the
:Kremlin. In 1947, he was critic-
ized publicly for a book on the
history of Western philosophy
which showed the West in too
favorable a light.
The furor continued until
1949 when he was removed from
the editorial board of the maga-
zine "Bolshevik."
Alexandrov climbed back intoi
official favor In 1952 by pub-
llcly praising Josef Stalin's last
philosophical study "Economic
Problems of Socialism in the

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Synthetic Rubber

Plants Sales Talks

Effective Friday
-The Senate Banking Commit-
tee yesterday approved the ad-
ministration's plan to sell 24
government owned synthetic
rubber plants for $285,405,000.)
The committee action came In
a 9-5 vote rejecting a resolution
by Sen. Wayne Morse (D-Ore)
which would block the adminis-
tration's plan for disposing of
the World War II plants.
Under terms of a 1953 law or-
dering disposal of the plants, the
plan for selling 'the 24 plants Will
become effective Friday unless
rejected by Congress.
The House Armed Services
Committee already has approved
the disposal plan.
The Senate Banking Commit-
tee must file a report on its ac-
tion before the disposal can be
brought us for Senate debate.
Most of the plants are being
sold to oil and rubber companies
now operating them under a
lease with the government.
Morse has objected the disposal
plan would promote monopoly in
the oil and rubber industry by
Saving them control over the na-'
ion's synthetic rubber produc-

Atty. Gen. Herbert Brownell
Jr. has ruled the sales would not-
violate anti-trust laws.

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Lead Grapefruit Loop

On Strength Of Homers
NEW YORK, March 22 (UP-The Milwaukee
Brtves are supposed to go only as far as pitching
will take them this year but they're leading the
(Gripefruit League today on the strength of the
spring's most explosive home run attack.



At Bradenton, Fla.
Chicago (A) 001 010 000-2 2 '0
Milwaukee (N) 200 021 00x-5 8 2
Consuegra, Harshman (6) Lol-
lar. Conley, Robinson 16) and
Crandall, White. HR Pafko,
Butnn orAdeock.

Ed Mathews, strong man of the including his second homer ot .
Milwaukee attack, has yet to- nit the spring. At PhoenixAron
his first round tripper of the The Cleveland Indians squard Cleveland A 000 100 002-3 10 1
spring, but his punch hasn't ben their record against the Giants New York (N) 010 000 001-2 6 2
missed as the Braves pounded to 4-4 in the "Touring World Rodemoyer. Score (4), Hbut-
out 16 homers in compiling their Series" when Al Rosen connect- teman (7) Narleski (9) and He-
current 8-4 record. The New York ed for a two-run single with the n. McCall, Grissom (6) .and
Giants are second best with a bases filled in the ninth inning. tt W Houtteman LP -
total of 11 homers and no other The blow, off relief specialist Griom HR -Mueller
team has reached double figures. Mary Orissom. negated Don r
SAndy Pafko, Bill Bruton and Mueller's ninth-inning homer At Lakeland Fla
Uoe Adcock connected'for the cir- for the Giants. Baltimore 000 000 000-0
cult yesterday as the Braves beat Herb Score, highly-t o u t e d Detrot 000 001 03x-4 7
the Chicago White Box. 5-2. for rookie southpaw, made his sec- Duren, ohnson (6) and Bitts.
their seventh victory in their ond appearance for the IndiansaryFoytak(6, Birrer () and
last eight games. Pafko and and stretched his first string of Houae Wlson (6). WP For -
Hank Aaron each has hit two scoreless Innings to six with tack. LP ohnson HR Be-
homers, catcher Del Crandall three shutout innings. Score, tacr LP Jonn
has belted three and Adcock who had a 22-5 record and l a
leads the club with four. Thanks struckout 330 for Indianapolis in t V Beach Fla
to this new-found punch, the the American Association last York '(A) 051 5 242-1 24 2
Braves are averaging 9.6 runs season, is making a strong bid Yorkyn 003 020 102- 11 1
~per transform Cleveland's "BigBrOoklyn 003 020 102- 8 11 1
er game. totransform Clevelan Big Blackwell, Konstanty (3), Lo-
! Manager Charley Grimm, Three" into a "Big Four. pat (4c Byrne 18) antd Howard
(who insists Milwaukee has as) Rookies Frank Lary, Paul peyer, Woey (3) Drysdale (5),
good a chance to win the Na- Foytack and Wirner Blrrer col- Meyer ey (3). Drysdale (5)
tonal League pennant as any laborated in a seven-hitter to abinel (8) and Thompson, Cam-
ether team, also found reason lead the Detroit Tigers to a nella (5r. WH Blackwe. L
for hope in another brilliant 4-0 win over the Baltimore -
merformance by rookie pitcher Orioles' B team. First-base-
Humberto Robinsonl. man Wayne Belardi homered At Tampa, Fla.
Robinson, a slender right- for Detroit which won its fifth Pittsburgh 2 100 000-3 9 2
wander from Colon Panama who decision in 12 g ame. Cincinnati 200 000 011-4 10 0
bad a 23-8 record and a 2.41 Stan Lopata blasted a three- Grunwald. Douglas (5) and R.
earned run average for Jackson- run home run in the sixth in- Smith. Arker, We:le(6) and
vlle last season, pitched four ntng to give the Philadelphia Bley. WP- Werle. LP.-Dou-
perfect innings against the Phillies a 3-2 verdict over the glass. HR Cemente.
hite Box yesterday and now St. Louis Cardinals. Tom Casa- At West Palm Bach, Fla
ha allowed only one hit and no grande, $40.000 bonus pitcher. At Me alm
waks in 12 Grapefruit League and Lynn Lovenguth limited the Mem(SA 010 00 000-1 6
Innings. Humber originallywas hard-hitting Cardinals to five .s Citv 3 10 00x -6 11 0
the property of the New Yora hits one a triple by rookie Ken Ziin Dalhke (4), Latman
Yp'kees. over. Zan Dlhe ) ath
monstrated that they've shaken the Memphis Chicks of the _(. La ness .9 and McKeie.
their early batting slump when Pouthern Association, 6-1. anti W Oster LP Milian.
they blasted 24 hits to crush the the Cincinnati Redless defeated A t. F.
Brooklyn Dodgers. 19-8. Bill the Pittsburgh Pirates. 4-3. in AItSt. Pe'ersbur. ^3 n-
B 'owron had a trionle. double rnd other games. Rookie Bill OsterPhiadelphia 00 000 000- 5 1
two alrts- to .lift his sprint allowed only dne n in five i- St Los 020
Mverage- J7T1 -while Bob Ccrv nines for he Athletics while asagrandeArroo, Jonest (6)
dboosted- emr t .471 wtth JohnnyTemple's ninth-inning8) and H. ArroyoSmith. Bar-(5)
a fzbl and tree si'les. Don single. his third hit of the game. L rence8) and H. Smith. Bar-
ZM met as fine work rave the Redlegs their winning 1o. WP Ca ra LF
f the th re hits. run. .- .- *Jone. HR -
1Rona Thq Fairways
Ma ny" Children Copete Fairways
Cleo Burns and Anne Little
Both won their quarter-final
| D lol School^ l :Meet matches at Gamboa over the
S ooM week end and from all indica-
S--a l- c options, these same two ga will
.annual i nd Malb eny; second place,.be Hieach on the tesp-
S h n theS Diablo FortT.rd Dash for Girls! 4th ed from t o coming gale, Peuy
asium playgrounds on Fri- grade girls, first place, Eliza- anelle ot Panama and Peg
M. arch 18, with the many both Vecchlone; second place. Johnston from Amador.
Idren of the fourth. fifth, and Rita Huhn. 5th grae girls, firstplay Danelle thi
r th grf competing for the place, Lettle Lou Youn oodweek end and Burns will play
es. e TaIonl games seaona, p face Betty roman. le tJohnston. These two matches
the Ph s al trade, irls, first place, J hi re5 ,will be well worth seeing as Pan-
Scr e a t on, Fullsecond pleaq, Joan Fires. am& and Amador want that
SIll Division. BeVty-five s Ard Dash for champ onshim trophy.
boys: grade boys, first place championship trophy.
,enloved B.ut'i, sefo& -f plcfic.lep' In the first flight another
r P -enJovteak erta*r oe ,b s D' t Gamboa Ral, Mae Askew, will be
eyard y sies, goft- place Morgan Lttleton: second la in the Braos representa-
l a d 4h tlrwE and in place .Teddy Albtlitton. 6th grade chve amuta Lincoln Prado,
t brIs 0bob t ng p3tb. boysrst plac, p bobby Adams .... -- oln.P. a
e. 5t_ l i -r scd pl M .i M. the Brazilian irl from Panama,
vided "e sechta with Sofb Throw for Girls:'4willplay Hughes.
ny th as thd contestants grade Uris, first place, Elizabeth In the second flight Reynolds
the fifth grade nep-ed the all- Vecchlo send Place, -GaY plays McNeilly and Rhodes plays
atinn mark. Bettv .Tarmin Dust. ( grad girls. first place, btovall,
d Ela Carter flpished one,n Betth 4 -nd place, :Il In the third flight Howard
S after ug e many Cart girls, first lays Cherry and Tubbs plays
p uld be win'eB place. age; second Dials. Bass and Cooper and Had-
., hntof the da. place, 1 Rto user. 'y and Mallory will battle in the
te final event of te day, Ba 11al Throw for Boys: 4t1' fourth flight.
'f future high umpers howeon ade.oys, first place. Richard There are several gals In the
1ty of future high jumpers on Lavee;' .md place, Dickle Ger- championship and first flights
All the yand girls ham ardl th I y, first place. who will bear watching for next
redreatthe high jump ar when d place, Ralob "'ear, and could win this year.
fwel hote interested when Frangondi. th grade hoys. first 'fhe two Macaroon pupils from
ields and John Kwedolnd. place. Franle Amarotti; second Panama-Danielle and Prado.
tl ad su sfiy stood off ple. arry Boney. Peg Johnson and Mae Askew, all
,hL1&e iilu Ofislly4tnohdwaoff Bro'd Jump for Girls: 4th are comers.
other until 49 Incheswas rade girl, f place, Marjorie
h Then 1obby Adams Allen:cond place, Barbara Mc-
e through with the winning Kenna. 5th grade girls, first
I boy.s d gris were given lace Mb Ile Lou Youngblood
mo os r competing in the grade girls, first place, Sandra
*u and field meet. shop; second place, Shirley s
' The results: Potato Sack Race: Fuller..
th gade girls, first play. Gay Hig Jump for Boys: 4th grade
Second place, Barbara Mc- boys, first place, Dickie GOardi:
S na. th- grade,. girls, first second place. Jimmy Dykes. 5th By BEANS REARDON
lee, Mabel bferenz: second grade boys, first place. "Henry' 24 Yearsn National League
;I ,ean Halvosa. 6th grade Morgan Middleton: second place, Written for NEA Service
Sfirt place, Se Lagasle. Teddy Albritton. 6th grade boy-,
; second parol Brown. 4th h JceBobb AdaQuestion: In the last of the
1 bob ,places, Bftch placeBohnbblAda. ninth, with a runner on third
Second plae, Richard La- p ion on.and none out, the hitter ground-
Sth wrade boys, first place ed to short. Runner held at third.
Albritton; second place, Jim H O 0 The third base coach, in an at-
Womble. 6th grade boys., J ovtempt to confuse the shortstop.
made a short but quick dash to-
New Brazos Brook wardhome.Theshortstop,think-
1e l Tday .5' .15 Ing it was the runner, however,
threw to the plate wildly. The
TWOO! Mr $11 tn s n runner fom third then crossed.
-- o.Ir^n -. Jim Hoverson was elected Answer: No, the runner Is out
COME THE GIRLS eatde of th Brasos Brook because of interference by the
Iadd Geraldine ~I sa Cjenfry Club in the coach. The bal is dead and the
edin e*letiew held over, the week- hitter is entitled to first base.
__t______"_____ ead. JIb suaeceeds popular Gil Q. How many playing man-
Morlafd who held the poet for agers, In modern times,. have
L To .2 10 *he three terms, led their teams to World Chain-
Se B tke-tMen" Reert Lee is the new vice- plonship no Cutter.'s .oet n- L_ _ea S the .Giante
Ijmn laMuker Frits Hum- wthl Terry Ni(tgt and the

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Mexican Bulls To Be Fouj

At Macarena This Weikend

Four apu-bred M ex lean
fighting bulb wil be featured
this S-ua4y at LA Macarea
bullring hi 'so Frnmd eo d
sla CMo_ -ai Spanish ms.
tador Jee- Gri" and Mexi-
o's Ellse (El Charro) Gomes.
The expensive bInql, import-
ed especially for atoten at the
Macarena, will be fought to the
Last Sunday, the first' bull-
fight session of the season with
imported bulls was a hute suc-
cess. Gracts was escellelt and
won an ear. Mxicean Lue So-
lano also gave an excellent
Like last week, there will be
pleado.n to aid the bullfight-
Admission prices, which were
upped considerably because of
the great expense Incurred to
get choice bullsbhere, will be
more moderate this week.

USArCarib Officke

Announces Chanqe

In Series Schedule

S^ .4 "' A change in the schedule for
EARLY KINKS--Johnny Antonelli, New York Giants 20-game the Caribbean Armed Forces
winning left-hander, gets some flrst workout kinks rubbed out p1 Championship baseball series
his shoulders by a Phoenix masseur as Hoyt Wilhelm, We, whiph starts Saturday night at
looks on. (NEA) Fort Clayton was announcPd yea-
Sterday by USARCARIB Special
Services-office at Clayton.

United Press Sports Writer
NEW YORK, March 22. -
Fighters who can lay away the
opposition with one knock are
a rarity even among heavy-
weights, which is why the fight
mob today is eagerly awaiting
the big time debut of Cuba's
Julio Mederos.
Mederos Is the 6-foot 1-inch
former stevedore who goes into
the ring at Madison Square Gar-
den Friday night against Bob
Baker of Pittsburgh. Baker is
currently ranked No. 3 among
the world's fistic whales. and
originally you would think Me-
deros a sacrificial offering.
The difference, they say, is
that Mederos throws bombs.
While he has had only 26 pro
bouts, there is evidence of his
punching power in the fact that
he leveled Roland LaStarsa for
the full count on March 2 and
needed only five rounds to ac-
complish same. Mavbe you'll re-
member that Rocky Marelano
needed 11 heats, and even then
it was only a technical Job with
Rollo still on his feet at the end.
Marciano was throwing from
the outfield at an unprotected
Mederos has lost seven bouts-
and reversed five of them with
knockouts. Thope who have seen
lhim claim that he is one of the
most explosive punchers of re-
cent times.
Mederos considers h i m sel f
lucky to have had eight years
of schooling before he had to
go to work on the docks to help
support himself and nine broth-
ers and sisters. For a while he
contemplated a baseball career.
"I think I was good outfield-
er," he says. "and I wanted to
be a player like that Jackie Rob-
inson. But now. I think I make
more money if I can be like Joe

The night rIame set for Friday,
April 1 has been switched to
Sunday, April I at 2 p.m. The
change was made since the Bal-
boa Relays, in which armed forc-
es personnel are participating, is
scheduled for April 1.


eeaHd Half Team gStaMnding
Teams WL Tpe
GIbraltar 5 1 .83
Spuo Cola 5 1 ,833
Seymour A. 4 8 .71
Lincol Ife 3 3 .500
Police 2 6 .250
Elks 1414 1 6 .133
Peolce 11, Seymour 6
Bill Bleakle and Herehell
Dempsey's Police team ealt a
severe blow to the of
the Seymour Agen teamy emn
the Coppers defeated the Insur-
ance lads eleven to .ight.
In a free scoring game, the law
enforcement boys scored 11 runs
on only 8 hits. They had two
big innings, in the third four
runs came over the platter and
then in the next frame they
dented .the rubber for five more
Frankle Awimirati had the in-
surance lads in check until they
exploded in the final frame
when they put over four runs.
While Police won the game, the
two big blows came from the
bats of the Seymour Agency,
when Freddy Huddleston and
Sims Alien clouted for circuit
Ammirati added twelve more
victims to his strikeout record.
The victim of the Police lam-
basting was Kenny Pearl from
Las Cumbres.

Browder, lb
Roe, 3b
Ammirati. p
Elliot, c
Priester, cf
Kllpper. ss
Dempsey. rf
Barnes. 2b
Browne, If

SI All the other games will he vs. SE
That will shape up as one of right affairs. The night dates
the year's greatest understate- row read March 26, 28 and 30 and Fuddleston, 2b
ments if he can handle Baker in April 2, 5 and 7. Boatwrirht, cf
the same manner as he did La- Alien. lb
Starza. But this figures to be aj Antilles champion Camp Losey Morris, sa
tougher chore for the big Cu- will get a taste of Panama Area Pearl, p
ban. Baker has won eight in a competition and give local fans a McGowin, a
row and will take a lot of remov- look-see tonight and Thursday Dubbs, Sb
Ing from the path of Marclano, l eight on the Clayton diamond. L. Brockman, If
a spot at which he arrived only Tonight the 65th Infantrymen R. Brockman, 1
after dusting off such as Joe square off in an exhibition match Corrigan, rf
Baksl, Tozle Hall, Coley Wal- with runner-up Fort Kobbe.
lace, Nlflo Valdes, Willie James Thursday Fort Clayton will pro- Totals
and Rex Layne. vide the opposition
Mederos figures that even-
tually he and Valdes, a pther Wednesday night Panama
Cuban, will be fighting for the champion Special Troops face
heavyweight title. It seems that the American Lgiaton team of the
they were so ordered by Presi- Twilight League in another prac-
dent Pulgencio Batista. twice tilt. The Troopers swept to C
Baker may change these plans the local title on a 24-6 record
somewhat on Friday night. It all while Losey also had an easy
depends on whether Mederos can time of it in Puerto Rico by run- e
go "boom." ning up 14 wins in 15 starts.

BHS Runners Triumph

At Mt. Hope Stadium

Thursday afternoon at Mt.
Hope Stadium the Cristobal High
School and Balboa High School
competed in their annual dual
Track Meet. With several out-
standing High School runners
being absent from the day's
meet: new faces crossed the fi-
nish line for both teams.
Double winners were Lumba-
do of Balboa in the 100 Yd. and
220 Yd. Dash, and Green of Bal-
boa in the low and high hurdles
events. But consid ering the
Track they ran on. some were
tops. The outstanding perform-
ance was in the 880 Yd. run, won
by Perez, in the time of 2:12.8.
This Balboa runner should low-

Champ Shows How...No. 5

Read Those Greens

(Last of five articles)
There is much more-to putting
than merely lining up your shot
and then trying to snk it.
Every green, you see, is a bit
different And the nose-cropped I
rass on it has certain charac-
eristies which should be checked
before you go ahead.
To begin with always -w a te
the grain, especially on a newly.
mowed or sun-baked geg When
you have this take a shorter
Lackswing than usual and dont
strike the ball too .rmly.
ff you see the s unglistening
ca the grash between your ball 1I
and the cup, you are putting with
the grain. Your put will r i
further than usual. Make allow-
.dM s for thh- isave strikes.

West fat kFla.-Tla
-LOs Bodei, imCj
14V .s la his .kSrai
fkrMi at -o Atteafn= Lesq
wiahavfc b-s b. t -.Ckl
bod sad Be** be-w .bis n
-nt raps b wl l t igi

er the High School record mark
before the season ends. Manto-
vani's High Jump of 6'11",
missed the school record by inch-
es. and he also should be able to
uyt his name in the record books
y March 25th.
Joe Lowe, Cristobal's weight-
man surprised everyone in the
Discuss throw with a toes of 119'
10%". Cristobal's 880 Yd. Relay
Team also turned in a fair time
of 1:39.9, and Gene McGaughey,
the Blue and Gold Broad Jump-
er tied Coffey from Balboa with
a jump of 18'9".
100 Yd. Dash 1st Lumbado
(BHS); 2nd Smith, Ed (CH8);
3rd Perez (CHS). Time: 10.9.
200 Yd. Dash 1st Lumbado
(BHS);' 2nd Sutherland (BHS);
3rd Lowe (CH8). Time: 24.6.
120 Yd. High Hurdles set
Green (BHS); 2nd Smith (CHS);
3rd Tagaropolus (CHS). Time:
180 Yd. Low Hurdles lt
Green (BHS): 2nd Tagaropolus
(CHSO, 3rd Smith (CHB). Time:
440 Yd. Dash 1st Stevens
(BHS); 2nd Scott (BHS); 3rd
Pabon (CHS.-Tlme: 57.
440 Yd. Relay 1st Balboa
(Lumbado, Van Chong. Wheeler,
Huff). Time: 47.9. 2nd (CBS).
One Mile Run lst Fdgel
(BMM); 2nd Toothnuan (BHS);
3rd Deoroat (BB1). Time: A;-
T880 d. Run lot Pern
(BBS); 2nd Rodperi BD ); 2
,Price (CBS). Time: 2:122.
880 Yd. Relay let (CH8).
Smith, Ed., Pem, Quesada Pa-
ben) Time: 1:329 ,d (alHm).
Discuss 1st LowerJ. (CHSl:
nd Fultom (IE; iUd* 6aiL-
des (BES). DItoM:-1W %".
Shot Put 14U Mrrit i3s
ind- Dreaman- (lBS) ; d
Gaughey (6HS). DUla 4e 4v.
Broad Jan viA
(CS) mnd W
Wares (CH). .Dk

4 1 1
3 0 1
3 0 1
4 2 1
1 2 0
4 2 1
3 2 2
3 0 0
4 2 1
,M 11 8

3 1 1
2 1 0
3 1 1
1 1 0
3 1 2
3 0 0
2 0 0
2 0 1
1 0 0
2 1 0
22 1 5



Teams W L Pet,
Ocelots 6 2 .667
Conejos 6 2 .667
Macaws 4 5 .444
Pumas 4 5 .444
Palomas 2 8 .200
Conejo twirler Lem Kirkland
played the stellar role in his
am's 21-7 win over the Palo-
mas at Fastlich Park yesterday
Gleaning 4 doubles for, four
trips to the plate, Kirkland bat-
ted in six runs and on the mound

lose your shirt

on wrong


Teams Wem
Mutual of Omaha 5
Goo0Solo 4 '
Coco Sollto
Coca Cola
Little Motta '-
Mtail of he ili a'ie"
their usaW an
Cola Baud-%.

ume 3t4iu have to
the Coke boysg, so fr
out the tou s
Larry WU r waa the w n
pitcher as baffled the nu
sluggers with eI e
His rehoird aS btt"IS
and 1. BeAdes the mumerotas
rors committed by the Innurai
boys, their pitcher, Bud Wafl
was hard hit.
Worden French and Gea
Cotton were the big guns of 1
attack, each having a pert
day at the plate, 4 or 4,
cluding homeruns. For Wore
it was his second homer a
George nowhas three to mo
into second place behind P

D. Wilder, If
L. French, 3b
W. French, ss
G. Cotton, c
J. Cronan, cf
J. Taber, lb
Rankin, rf
Dockery, 2b
L. Wilder, p

A ,' R
5 I. .
S 5.. .0 .0:
4 3 I-,
2 1 It
4 1 2k
4 0 1
3 0 0
4 3 1


Field, M. 3b
Field, R. 3b
Damlani, es
Ender, c
Walnio, p
Hilty, cf
Bath, lb
Billion. rf
Tobin, If

-2 0 0
2 0 -
2 1 1
S 0 ,1
3 0 .
3 0 0
1 0",.O
I 0 "
1 0
i o a

fanned six of the. Oppieu
while allowing four walak
five safe hits.Te Coneo to
again tied up position In t.
league with the Coneljoa
Oceots each five and two. t
Million and Watson also sored
extra base hits for the Con
as did Barbler. Fundakowski and
Curdts for the Palomas. Curati,
was a homer in deep left field.
In today's game the Ocelot .
will be going all out for a win
over the Fumas which again
will give them that half-gae
lead over the Conejos.
The box score:
Players ab rh o a
Valentine, 2b 4.0 0 1 0
Pere, 3b 1 2 f -0 1 0
Curdts, a 3 2 1 8 -
Barbier,.p 3 1 1 0 "
Pedersen, ss 1 1 0 I
Winberg, rt 3 0 1
Fundadowskli, cf 1 1 I 0
Dolan, If 3 0.0 f
Sander, lb 2 0 0 7.
Totals 38 7S I .I
vs. CpNE OS
Frangloni, 3b 2i.1 0 1
Ryter. 2 43.3 1A
L. 'p .", 4',' 40.
Watson, i 3 2 I
Wodra rf 4 J 1- 0
Chasn., 2b 2 f 0 2
Peott,lf 3 0 0 0-0
xMacNabb, 1 1 0 0. 0
Totals 9 21 11 U U
x-Batted for Scott to ath.
Score by IRiB ".
Patomas 1-
Conejo -
MummWarv -tmrv Pmli--l. 3

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Tr e% h hEI STLacARS


NEW YOVA- o hen
OU deal with Nashu's full-blast BT WITH ONS
lirive at the next sa-figure jack- IPRETrACUGLA
pot of the Florkds ract ns .fBass Q
rLt bulfstre a e $1003 a i o witM IALE?
Drby, i y ou don't *b
the ft-tree lined Hol- VA MIMI
stelad,y qu go to a &ix-room QUGHTA
house at Ozone Park, Long Is- aWC
lz Here, each night, Sunny k0/ l
m FltSgaflions, a little 80- o.,.ANDO ANOMrrR
r-olrd bundle of 'qickne and COMNG U JAI W
horse sense, picks up a phoreTW 100000 a
and puts in a two-dollar ca ll to F .ORIDA m
his son, auohn, at the Florida mDO B ArAT tho
frack. tIth av-----or
S,, in
Ftzsimmons is Nashua's train- (o
er, but when the strapping son pihl
Of Nasrullah prances onto the pet
.track for the Florida Derby,Fitz Al
will Ie in ew York, mo
And the horse will have beenS ao
trained from New York, too, for. -
Qitzalm~ons is getting Nashua an
.ready for the $100.00 race via the
Those two-dollar calls. wh
Ste im obuti tCeltic Bob Co=y left and New ths t-l cls h&
1-IJcck Turoer, right, scramble for looe ball wouldn't down there hm
duri Naon basketball Association game: After regular th him," t' veteran '
re t"rwith him," the* veteran Belair A
khedl ended, eaws battle each other in league playoffs. ( EA) Stud trainer says. "We have 30 S'
horses right across the street aGOOD ho
r where at Aqueduct Race Track -nY WAY ta
and I had to come up to suner- A o a rim
lby vise their training for the start Ar Hm T%
of the New York season. That's eMs
April 1, you know. ro
JOs E W IL ISo, I call my son (John Is a to
JW 9 mere 61) every. night. and do mY to A 4 Ief pr
trainince over the phone. I askoAe A 0e was s
him what the wether is. how ToJ 01" "Irm bcI
M WAMI BEACIL It is unlikely the hired hands of baseball the hore worked that day and PICTU r a i
be in" yg early ffimages to the burial crypt of Jorge then tell him what to do with EV DANCET pa
,- w ."l etl Mea i a n, recently rendered nMll and Nashua the next morning. tT DAE age
mid when his private pne l a fatal dison to fogo "It isn't an ordinary thing for o
Still, nsuch honiage would not be unwarranted or inappro- me, but I lust don't ship well. I
tain, y Indirection, at least, the MexiC City sportama*t did know the horse well enough-- 1 a
re atfo the American diamond peons than Landis, Ch mdler know just whet he needs, so it B.. "bul
d Frick put together. His audacM us raids on big league talent worksllk ot well this wv." all
led to a minimum wge, spring training concessions, a player IIft doesn't. It will be one of la
^ andsn eve-ntua"y petnsions 4e few thinq s which haven't
ic- and eventually pensions. db-redations may have orked out for Fitz and nis 3-
NIt o 'even conceivable that his dbpredatio may hlave keron outar itu rod w- bls r d l
roalted Branch Ricke to crack baseball's color line went r ear-old blockbu wIst t r. e ash t
moment was propitious. ..n '45 Rick and after the Flnrida Derbv ran
The wild Pasquel dream began to take form in '45. Rickey d afer te loda ae eln i
There Is small doubt tlase social and economic gains would Kentucky Derb v
tave-combIndue course no actually faithful historian ca n thi. th fourth runnin of
fal to make full and properacknowledgement to Pasquel's In-Timmn Donn's fustret m extru-Big
fluence on the frantic owners. 7 va D nns W ui lures to ramm
That the man had no particular interest in such matters k the a iel o it. H's ot ouu h ou e
an mate him less noble, but the fact must remain that he I t** noekt t f eldo ut. r ia nc o N to ch B u te tt sm e l d n e Da
flrnlshed the impetus for their quick materialization.he 1qr 1a nc o .y HAo RY GRAYSON made All-Star teams. The next
Columlbus blundered aon America trying to find a new water- f v and Nanch- s Lad to R-em madeaguee A l team s.vTeneg
W.y to widia. Nevertheless, he has e inpired an awful lot of MESA-Ari (N1 A) Phil Brooklyn, owns seven suchl
tatutry bad parades in this country. History still pays off on tials too classy for anything a- Wr gley's Cus obviously tried highly regarded pieces Of Ivory.
a roud.The 1955 Chicago Nationals Is the new faces among them,
Pat uel was flamboyant and vain, but no fool. Inheriting Nashua will have iddle Area- one of the biggest baseball Hack would be immensely pleas.
Wie father's brokerage business, be ended until it became the *n in the irons. although Eddie squads ever aembled-in num- ed if he could pluck two capa-
emostosanccessful in Mexiee. Making due allowances for political still squawks over. Nashua's Fla- ber and stature. It isn't safe for ble of sticking around. He'd set-
eaboration-so essential to fiscal vitality south of the bolder mlito run. After the race. Arca- a photographer, baseball writer tle for something approximating
-i is clear that no dolt could have prospered as Pasquel id. rto. boarding a.plane for Califor- or aqtograph seeker to run out Bob Rush, his right-hander.
T herenever was the slghtest possibility of Pasquel ever li-- nia, was asked If he'd ride Na- on the field at Rendezvous Park, With Ralph Kiner given to the
Ing, the Meloan League-with its shabby parks and sparsely sha in the Florida Derby. the neat little plant in this Indians, the Cubs automatically
populated areas--to major status, and no one realized it better nppe," E4dle m qen, %t boo in Mormou setement, u rise 10 gSues or npsre, IPccording
than he.T ne*"f 0 a r even gIt In the sa thel a od' piece fro r ehown to mbretlAn one&nember b f thi
*,-* town with that,,.a- ..", ou eway to Tucson. arty. That uts large Hank
-ht'l. -enu sHe was referri- to the auer back I left field, where
What, then, was purpose I dealing d sum before za, wbo's-in-town? way Nashua -N. Ohe is vastly more comfortable
the greatest players in te game? Wi lams wag o ered $ ran that one. The horse. you see, I and less risk than he was in
Feiler $300,000, Rluto g200,000. This ast stage money, e Ier. 1000 ponds of need, muscle right .
Paecw"had 'Niseacavacity and desire to pay.R -s -1an1 onds olane ditw lP
td e the Mexans wealth ranged from o300,000,000 -and c t-lke curo e othe. In But the problem remains the
t n t .of the a race. lielikes towatch the other Rame-two outfielders with em -
to we,-,.. Hfft*tld have had five times as much and tMh horses. Conmni down the stretch. on the man n withe mid-
made to real impact on Amerlcan baseball. This he must have with the crowd roaring. Nashual phases nk thBumanot deidte
know, too. lok like a promoter counting s. Frank Baumflot finitely
Pasquel may have decided any money he spent in this man- the house. not a center fielder, and with
would be good advertising for Mexico in general and Mxl- the ad legs at 36, has to be spelled
ia baseball in partleular A rearo remembers this well. righ.
?- I can' Just as easily believe, however, that foremost in his pibt. he also remembers the mag- I The smiling Hack professes to
mind wag self-glory. I spent some time in his company In the nilcent rbvtm Nashua mnves The smilinHac professes to
mid 40s when his idea of giving the majors a hot foot was just with-a flowinemotis n that be optimistic about his flychas-
taking form. He made no attempt to conceal the fact that he whins .bast anything in stklht. t butthis feeling isnot s hared
was headline and camera conscious and, in public places, he made spells. In Arcaro, an awful lot of brothers. Hack says that at
sure everybody knew who he was. mne.. Bob Rush this time he cannot split out
rIf, In the beginning, the baseball fathers didn't know who Hemnll be on Nash for the o Frank Baumbolzs Gale Wade, Bob Tamlbot, Jim Rol-
he was. they soon found out. Almost immediately they discov- lorida T)erby. So will most of Baseballs appear to fly over Wadea speedster, has been -Hak--a- e
er.d he was a very large ,nd expensive pain In the neck. the money.
h m e* every square inch of the place passed along by the Brooks and
as no fewer than 54 athletes, a Indians. Not a few competent
SNone of the first cabin stars rose to the Mexican's gleaming majority of them young, sweat judges last season gave up on who closed rapidly the last
balLt. Whether they felt honor bound by their signed contracts, it out under the sharp eyes of Talbot as a major leaguer. The month of the 1954 campaign with
or their employers sweetened the ante, did not become a matter and new and old brass, Pants bespectacled Bolger was traded Los Angeles. King, a 22-year-old
of record. and new an dold brass, Pants away by the Reds. Drake was draftee, manufactured 25 home
Pasquel wound up with such as Mickey Owen, Max Lanier, Rowland and Wid Matthews handicapped by a broken collar runs and drove in 127 runs bat-
SLou Klein, Bob Ortis Sal Maglle and Ace Adams. The St. Louis ------oa bone at Des Molnei last trip. ting .314 for Omaha, which high-
Cards felt the los ef Lanier.' He was a saolid-Vinner at the time Fourteen Bruains stand more This Negro bell hawk Is faster ly recominends him on the at-
he jumped.. My recollection is he had won aix in a row. -than six feet one. Five are six than Wade and Bolger, but is on- cack.
It wI wa 1iareteristie of the grotesque puft Pasquele' threat feet five or more. Manager Hack ly a year out of Korea, so he
caused, that Sam Breaden, the Cards' owner, rushed to Mxie hopes they play as wellas theyhardlvhas had time to establish Tappe looks like Ted Williams
Ot Mto file a sase-fire plea. All Sam needed was an look. himself- at the plate and the Wimilarityms
oa make the memory picture of Chamberlain at Munich There are 24 new hands up Behind these four are Jim doesn't end there. Tappe estab-
, lo .. the .- piture o h e a* MunichW from the minors, 11 of whom King. Ted Tappe and Don Rob- lashed himself as the foremost
o of the o enlarge his skills as a -lertson, an accomplished retriever l.ft-hand power hitter in the
lseult of xican experiences. He was lucky enough to fall -,'exas League, but after giving
the hands of Adol Luque, a pitching master in day. the Unnverslte of Washinvton a-
7t.ue-2arber was so lightly esteemed when he repudiated his con- swappdhlIlo tAhe Out For lumnu 300 b., tub lon
lkt notpdy in the Giants' office seemed to care one way or I iL. swapped him to the Cubs lo
oht back in those days nobody in the Giantj' office ed M ting The Jet Derby ohnny Klerps in, thehdea ford
cake about anything. l l -EA be the ti-off on both.
....The Panama Marlin Club held ALLANDALE Fla. --(NEA Bulky Harry Chitl. out of the
Its regular monthly meeting at --M. E. Afield shipped three Army and who as a kid finished
the Union Club with a fine din- horses--8pur On. Two Flsted and three seasons with the Cubs, is'
ner of filet mignon. Enjoyed by Retract to Gullstream Park hv being counted unon to do the
all, we are sure. air from New Orleans. but ha d bulk of the Cubs' ca.ching. but
Our President, Frank -Violette some trouble doing It. should take the advice given
who is on an extended trip to The horses were loaded on a him by Herman Franki while
Pifia Bay area, was not present: plane at New Orleans at 9 a.m. ,closing the season with the
therefore, the by was pre- and were scnedules to arrive at champion Santurce club of the
sided over by Viee-PlaIdemt Lt. Miami at noon. However. t h ePuerto Rican Winter League.
_Colonel Jimec R. Surkhei't. pros- ,ane didn't leave on time. Franks, the one-time catcher
,, -- o -- entation of awards won daring This made for a handling prob- who is a Giant coach, urged the
the recent Tueny-Weeny totrna- lem, because the airport 1 o u d 22-year-old Chiti, who stands six
The 27 .week f the Pacific Alleys 5 & 6 was where all the ment was made. speaker, announcing arrivals ant feet' three and appears conaidea-
Mieed Leue was noise came from. The Beareats New members welcomed into icparhures of other plane, sound- ably heavier than the reported
S Wedueg hnht at knocked out a bls three point the organization were: ed mucn like a track announcer 225 pounds, to go on a diet and
SA e from the rmites. H. P. Burehett. saying the race was on. The hors- takA off some weight.
the Bearcats were D LL Colnhe, Waiph I. es became jittery and it took a The Cubs are carrying enough
the mie ( i0) ian Mrer m ies Willial.. ,. heavy hand to hold them in place, dead weight the way it is.


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Shooting Editor
Ve'd just finished loading up
batcn of varmint rifle fodder
this ch-im's cellar and he
ugh he'd try a round for size n
something So he poked one U l
o his rifle chamber and cut It 11-
se in the direction of the cal I .
e. By the time the dust had
tiled, your correspondent was
eady grabbing his coat. No iT
re of that kind of down-cellar
lut, with the proper calibers
d a reasonably proper set up
ere's no reason in the worId
y a man shouldn't keep his eye
irp all winter down cellar be- ,
nd the axe.
Ln exhaustive one-family sur-
y proves, as far as the Page ."
usehold is concerned at least Or you can build a regular butt
aty poppin awaywith &] Or you can build a regular butL..
it my popping away with a22 from a heavy box 2x4 baked,-.
Ifire will not interfere with the Qued with sand. but coal plied o
or even wake up the youngg- re ot r o nd e ba
1. Should I squeeze off afe w ,re not recommended backtopL..i
unds from a .45-and my bullet- An extension cord and a shaded"d
p happens to be stout enough bulb and you havy the target.
take even that-there are mild lighted. Thre are al manner 99"
testt, from above-stairs, but we ,rdoor targets s izs ed 'down t.or
ck to the 22 rimfires awayway. whatever range your 'cellar W.
f yju can clear out enough mits, down to the pin-pooit tat.:
ace to give you 20 or 25 feet gets Remington offers free for"
ainst a wa'l that isn't all clut- smallbore rifle fans who sta ya
*ed up with steam pipes or' im' sharp down cellar.
rtant wiring, you have the mak- '
s of a cellar range. There are i've always made it a practie-
If a dozen commercially-made to wear shooting glasses for tbhe
llet catchers on t he market. behind-the-axe operations. There
U will digest a .22 pill into gray as always a remote poals I
ad dust, some will swallow even of flying lead even with the bM e
.38 Special load of trap arrangements, and you're
They're not expensive, but you shooting from pretty close to ft
n cut cost-corners even further source of any possible ricochet
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"*Let the people know the truth'and the country is safe" -Abraham Lincoln.


Is Premier Churchill Retiring?

-Reliable Source Not Saying

LONDON, March 22 (UP) The 80-year-old prime minister
Sir Winston Churchill today took his seat on the green leath-
jovially advised parliament to er Treasury bench early today.
avoid being "led away by all He slumped quiescently -
the chatter In the papers" a- like a man after good lunch -
bout his rumored retirement. and dabbed at his chin with
The Prime Ministers' jocular his handkerchief while await-
comment did not succeed how- Ing the inevitable question.
ever, in spiking wide belief In the When he rose to speak, the
Parliamentary lobbies that his chamber echoed with the tradi-
retirement is imminent. tional rumble of "hear heats"
hin the The barrage rolled on for a full
The exchange came In the m!nude before the, faintly smiling
House of Commons when former Churchill spoke.
Socialist defense minister Ema-
nuel Shinwell Intervened during Nobody r e a lI y expected
a question on whether Churchill Churchill to break the retire-
would follow the American iead ment news in the Commons.
and appoint a disarmament min- He must tell the Queen first
later, of alL
Shinwell asked pointedly:
"In fact, will the right hn- On the ot h e r question -
_rable gentleman (Churchill) whether he would appoint a
have much further opportunity British counterpart to Harold E.
to appoint ministers?' Stassen Churchill said "no."
Churchill wiped his chin for a He said he was satisfied with
lone moment with a flowing Britain's present arrangement
white handkerchief pulled from for approaching disarmament.
his breast pocket. Churchill announced three
Then eyes twinkle, he re- weeks ago that Britain is going
plied, ahead with hydrogen bomb de-
"The right honorable gentle- velooment, and former prime
man really must not be led away minister Clement Attlee intro-
by all the chatter In the papers.' duced a proposal to ban further
Shinwell stuck to his guns and H-bomb tests until the conse-
Sas k e d pugnaciously whether quences are worked out.
Churchill wouldn't reply to his Reliable sources said Churchill
question. directly. drafted an amendment to At-
MChurohill fired back: tlee's proposal promising to
"The gentleman is making a "continue and expand research"
mistakea n ldiUeang be as on the effects of H-bomb tests
en bne off ee most prom- but without committing Britain
Inently misled,'
While laughter and ap Irelandlase
swept the chamber, Shinwe I said no ern eland's
he was "delighted" by the prime N r I
minister's rsoly. l Pr --e
The narrow oak-panneedPlml Minister
-'mons chamber was full thisnl I U W
fernoon for Churchill's first
earance since the spate of re-VlSi 1 one
t broke oUt last week fore-
ating his replacement next Lord Brookeborough, Prime
month by Sir Anthony Eden. Lord*-.* nf Vnrthi, rio m

ESl berinagy Won't

Firi Ob*cors

From Army Servke

BERLIN, March 22 (UP)-East
G- -nan Premier Otto Grotewohl
te a youth conference the So-
vi zong government will not
Sit concientio s objectors
C 'm army service, the Commu-
iust press reported today.
SGrotewoh based his position
lln the st lndpoint "refusing to
40 sooaethl does not mean
< anything. "
'He cloaked his statement in
communist jargon b u t it was
E$ear that when the Soviet zone
prmy Is formed officially there
ill be no deferments on the
Wgrounds of-tconscience.
,"If you propose that both gov-
S ernments in Germany pass a
lw granting the right to refuse
serve In the armed forces then
I, want to say for the govern-
minent of the German Democrat-
14 government that such a pro-
pal does not go far enough,"
me said.
S "The refusal to do something
does not mean anything. We al-
S ready have gone way beyond
S this proposal In our legal sys-
tem. Our constitution already
Provides that Imnyne who vro-
pagandlzes for war will be treat-
edas an enemy of the people
and locked up In t rson."
e-. --. -


Accompanied by Lady Brookebor-
orgh and member of his offi-
ctal party,; visited the Canal Zone
briefly today. They arrived here
this morning aboard the 88 Co-
rinthic travelling from New
Zealand and Australia to Eng-
land. During the atop-over of
the ship, they were taken on a
brief tour of the canal Zone.
In addition to Lord and Lady
Brookeborough, the party in-
cludes Sir Robert Gransden, Sec-
retary to the Cabinet and Miss
Jill Whitfield, the Prime Minis-
ter's personal secretary.
Lord:Brookeborough was born
in County Fermanagh. and suc-
ceeded .his father in 1007 as the
fifth Baroaet. He was made a
Viscount in 1952.
Lord Brookeborough was edu-
cated at Sandhurst, the British
West Point, and entered politics
after the first World War as a
member of the Unionist Party.

- Dr. Frederick Brown Harris.
Chaplain of the Senate. deUliver-
ed his Methodist Church con-
gregation a sermon on the
things that are locked out of
He termed It the highestt art"
to be a "master of locks which
keep doors barred."
While he -talked, an "artist"
used a skeleton key to enter the
women's choir room and ran-
sack the ladles' pocketbooks.

to calling off the tests. He linked Only the police constable on
any halt in tests with a plea for duty and a few photographers
a "comprehensive scheme of dis- were present for his unpublicised
armament." return.
The prim* minister return- Britain was taking it pretty
ed to No. 10 Downing Street well for granted he would resign
last night from Chequers, his soon and the emphasis was on
official country home in Buck- his heir-apparent, foreign secre-
ingham, wearing\a heavy tan tary Anthony Eden, and Eden's
fur-collared overcoat and his plans for the next general elec-
monogrammed slippers, gion.

congresss s
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WASHINGTON, March 22.- .4okov,; gesMraly considered
(UP) The Joint Congresson- te o g 1avy re in de-
al Atomic Energy 'Omntte o ve t d ostction of
held the first underwater legis- h Naotlus.I.
lative meeting in history sun- e- eoid..lckover discursel
day nIftht aboard the atomic develo pimt 'of the world's first
.su lne Nautilus, a member nue:az.powered submarine with
sutoday. the e bco. H ittee ad told some-

Za .-pa. a committee sa marne ll' a eta erve Navy

S 0-hO ur ve ight run w d tes of light craft avo
a Ndt predicted nuclear- sad troyere Nautrlus Wr "ten"Wa
p d. a ubmarinnes like the ic." He pral ited it wod' revo-
Sailus will replace most sur- lutonize bot surfathe amnd sub
fa nd warships except cruisers marine opera tho ans nwart .
and carriers within a few year. "Unddubtedly the nuclear ub-
A committee statement said marine- b also can b many of the
the '20-hour overnight run A- duties of light craft suob 4as
board the Nautilus convinced destroyers, destroyer escot
the congressmen atomic-powersea place patrol craft," for antrZanst
ed submarines willar Adm. H. porting troop nd "radically saiupplies. d.
Change naval strategy and tac- "In this atomic age, witbh'u-
e face fleets faced *ith the prob-
The sub cruised on the sur- lem of cover, the atomic sub-.
faoe and made dives up to 300 marine Is the answer."
-et. Van Zandt laid the nuclear
Van Zandt said the commit- sub also can be expected to re-
tee's witness at its undersea place surthc -craft for trans-
session was Rear Adm. H. 0. porting troops and supplies. it

Administration Plan, To Draft Reserves

Runs Right Into Congressional Buzzsaw

-The administration ran into a
buzzsaw of congressional opposi-
tion today when it insisted on
authority to draft men into the
military reserves.
Asst. Defense Secretary Carter
L. Burgess said the administra-
tion's proposed reserve programs
must Include "standby" power to
draft youths for six months
training. This would be followed
by 71/ years in the reserves.
Rep. William 0. Bray (R-Ind.)
said that if the administration
insists on the draft provision,
opposition in the House would be
so great "you'd wonder what hit
Rep. James P. S. Devereux (R-
Md.), a former Marine Corps ma-
jor and hero of the Wake Island
stand in World War II, said If
the draft provision is approved
"there is no question In the pub-
lic mind that we are going Into"
Universal Military Training.
Burgess testified before a
House armed services subcom-
Last week, the group tentative-
ly rejected the request for draft
It voted to make the six-month
training period voluntary and to
limits t to between 100,000 and
250,000 17-and-18-year-olds a
Burgess, who said the draft
authority would apply only to
men 18 years and older, insist-
ed the administration plan is
"not an absolute parallel with
He said the proposal chiefly Is
voluntary and the draft would
be used only if quotas can't be
met. In addition, he said, the

US Changed Mind

On Releasing Yalta

Papers Churchill
LONDON, March 22 (UP) -
Prime Minister Winston Chur-
chill said today the U.8. govern-
ment agreed earlier this month
not to publish the Yalta papers
but then changed Its mind.
Replying to Socialist question-
ers in the House of Commons,
Churchill said that on March
11 he received word from Wash-
ington agreeing with the Brit-
ish stand against publishing the
Yalta documents.
However, four days later, on
March 15, another message said
the State Department was un-
der pre-sure which could not be
resisted any longer, he said.

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er n -- Mrs. Dolores
a M, I booked at a New
* M pollee saton for the
ofJames Peru. Po-

0 t fouz

an would have a four-year lim-
The administration wants to
build up a 3-million minute-man
reserve force.
It called for eight years. of
combined active and reserve
service for each man. But the
subcommittee watered this down
to five years.
Burgess received- some support
at the hearing. Maj. Gen. B. L.
Milburn, special assistant to the
Army chief of staff, said. being
drafted for six months would be
less objectionable than the pres-
ent two-year drft irikod.
C. M. Boyer, execiuve director
of the Reserve Officers Assh.,
and Melvin Maas, president of
the Marine Reserve- Officers
Assn., told the subcommittee
"we better have some teeth" In
the bill.
Bray warned that anything re-
sembling UMT would have less
chance of passage now, than
when Congresq j~inked the plan
during the Korean War. He told
Burgess "war is not as clone to
the hearts of the people now as
when UMT was decisively beat-
Deveruex told Burgess "you
have failed to convince me that

2.GUN VW 3- In Tapel.,
Fo'mosa, morly cooking I
two-gun Wang Pa-mel, accused
the Chinoe Communists of
crucifying women Nationalist
guerrillas on' poles, and other
atrocities. Th# famous former
woman pirate recently returned
from the TabeM area, where
she fought Comuanists.

there are not a sufficient num-
ber of men coming out of the
active forces to build up ade-
quate, active reserves."

Contractors Have

Many Opportuniiles

To Bid On CZ Jobs
Isthmian contractors will have
a chance to bid on several main-
tenance and minor construction
lobs in the Canal Zone, bids for
which are now being advertised
by the Panama Canal Company.
The work includes the exterior
painting of a number of Elec-
trical Division buildings: the re-
novating of office building No.
6 at the Pedro Miluel Locks and
tile work in several other build-
ings in the Canal Zone.
Electrical Division buildings
Included on the painting bched-
ule are the telephone exchange
at Gatun, the telephone ex-
change in Cristobal; the storage
and garage building in Cristo-
bal, the Power Substation in
Balboa, the Diesel Station in MI-
raflores, the storage .building at
Madden Dam. the headgate
house of the Gatun Hydro Sta-
tion, the old substation at Oa-
tun, and the Agua Clara Diesel
station at Oatun. Bids will be
opened at 10:05 a.m, tomorrow
In the Board Roomno of the Ad-
ministration Buildlng.
Work at the Pedro Miguel
Locks office building will Include
the Installation of insulating
and acoustical material, a new
partition and door, sheathing'of
roof overhand and painting and
other miscellaneous work on the
second floor. Bide on this con-
tract will be opened at 10:10a.m.
March 25 in the Board Room of
the Administration Building.
Tile work now bein advertis-
ed include the relaying of the
existing tile floor in the kitchen
of the Balboa Service Center;
the Installation of new tile
certain sections of the Diab o
Heights Service Center: the re-
laying of approximately 1,155
square feet of tile in the Mount
Hove Bakery and the laying of
a new tile floor in the work
Csace back of the bar In the
voll Guest House.
Bids for the tile work will be
opened at 10 a.m. March 28 in
the Office of the Director of the
Engineering and Construction
Director in the Administration
Building at Balboa Heights.

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'Traitor Of Yaa'

Splurged On London

Read- stry .

will serve as a "terrific weapon" cutive e "
he....s er -in the war
8ub codufty to aome zft
toWa, .Oed more rather V .Mdsanri -
than s ab apace int Aa
"The infMeor Innovatiob, are,
teri," e d. "The opera
ng apoten d h. t.
are terrific. The apeemW-d en- maton. o i
durance art such as to reolun- "t aI
tionise s aubmarne warf La"
from Noew andp, Conn.
The committee statement -- ,
made no mention of the exe. P[ Trasl -

iremen Com Durifbg

aze At Brtin's

At ic Development

22tUP) A fire at Aldermaston
atomic weapons research estab-
lishment, center of Britain's hy-
drogen bomb development, was
brought under control early to-
day by five fire companies.
Security officials refused to
say what caused the blaze, where
it occurred or how much damage
it did. They said only that an
Inquiry will be held.
Firemen from Reading, Kings-
clere, Pangbourne and Newbury
helped the station's own fire bri-
gade and security officers fight

rum- i-- T- Britain's first atomic bomb

LONDON, March 22 (UP) portance three weeks ago when
Vandals splashed the words. Prime Minister Sir Winston

"Traitor of Yalta" in fiery red
paint across Britain's memorial
late President Franklin D.
Roosevelt today.
A Ministry of Works inspector
discovered the defacement on a
routine inspection of the memo-
rial statue in. Grosvenor Square,
a stone's throw from the United
States Embassy and the U.S.
Navy's Atlantic and Mediter-
ranean headquarters.
Someone during the night bad
daubed red paint across the sta-
tue which eowa Roosevelt in his
black wartime oape.
Scotland Yard was notified
and moved in investigators.

Chlurcnill announced that Brit-
ain is going ahead with H-bomb

Cherry Blossom
-The annual spRngtime guess-
ing game is on here: When will
the famous Japanese cherry
trees blossom?
National Capital Park officials
say Thursday or Friday If cool
weather. continues. ut one
warm day could rush the snowy
blooms. 1 .1
hdn thy do blopm they
should la t about O'dayls, or
lon1 enough to delight valtors
to he Cherry Blossom Festival
March 29-April 3.

Transit by ocean-going con
mercial ships through ;the Can
during February taled 61
which was 31 under.4e n1umb
of transit in Jan hut
more than durt Fete
1954, accord* to satIst
*Canal traffic anno e o
day. e "a r :.
There were 15, vernme
vessels in transit ,rinr ti
month, makinUa'it' l of 9
transit by ocean- veia
during February. wa,
Ilsa taln the month: f ebrus
ry whon there were W9 ocnee
0o vR sps but 19 a! e than I
uary 1954. -
Tolls and tolls cred for t]
month of February aled $a
778,348, of which $5i 78 was v
tolls credited for U. goe
meant ships. This w"a aSHIVt
higher than the tol and to]
credit for February 15b4.
Both the total number a
ocean-going ships making tl
Caual transit during the fir
eight months of the fiscal yei
and the tolls and tolls credit
were lower than during the fir
eight months of the pDevious fi
cal year. .
The drop was d4ue the n
duction in. the n Ur of,g
ernment vessel tlw
nal during the, flr. m obt
of the fiscal year o -1955. '
number. of
however. wv2?S.fft.L
Tolls and tolls credits ,at
first eight months ofotb a..
year Aotaled ,940 2 in
parison with 1; for
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