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The Panama American
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 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00004
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SNEW YORK, May 3 (NEA)-When n. Mathew .
q.7,w+ ,',' L Ridgway, U.S. military chief in the For East, end op.
-, time commander in chief Caribbean Command, was piA-
4 WA GoTON, May 3 d to succeed Gen. Eisenhower at SHAPE it came as me
Este swe2 s ot one great surprise at oi to those who knew Ridgway as a youngster.

Union along with tetarge r itaq1oe Ragway MOOd.
e ationa y eograph or. Guests approaching the Ridgway home in Wa e
kers. nd a few sailors. Walla, Wash., after dark were routinely subiicted to
ye the Trrtory of Ha- Master Matthew's soprano challenge from the porch,
wail sme day becomes an "Halt! Who goes there?" Then they had to advancee and
American state. 15 UL more
! secure islet wy. ill joidon the be recognized.
; Union along with the larger. Military life is in the Ridgway blood.
I -. Gen. Ridgways father was an Army colonel. Mat-
The anal, and auai,re of says the threw was born on n Army post, and has lived on them
N ational Geographiclue to rm. most of the time since.
S TEPPINGS TONES Just before being ordered to as anyone familiar with his
Stretching westward from Korea as 8th Army comman- World War II record knows.
Kauai, the groups are posed der, Rid a used to stand on But he also a family man
thor Midway. Myer, Va.. to salute the colors The combination ht roduc-

sundown. The crowd on nd to wel- dWer.
The United St (Ocean) Besidtes Coas Wim eyes ahea d, and ed thcome Riuman tyerst dy at
Otuard mainestacircus ong range on thatSupr young lieutenants in To- he
mavs baton stations on Nilhau, kyo parade was his 21-month-olde movies vowht of ey through
and on Eadlinest island in the LONDON, May 3 (BIS) --- A general r green t.- d
French Frigate Rhoal, an 18- delta-shaped plastic aircraft Is tigues with a hand re-- "a .

rocks organizers of this year's Britimh "T" .
ndhowever, havetries Fair which opens Y .
During World War II anoth- here this week. . niPertsa _mLrte_ "ak ft
er French Frigate Shodl Is- A full-sized, delta shaped That was only tie beginning. Korea -My tht -t.eer.wgy
lani, Tern, became a virtual aircraft wing of highly oolaih- He and hs pretty wife, Pen- er the years to ,aowlfg up
stationary aircraft carrier ed, molded plastic will be one ny, a b ack-eyed Widow he a certain gamtep iR the f

te of Midway laboratn with scientists from idgway seemed dowven have lnt
SINGLE FAMILY ent at Farnborough. dgway pr ly installed Nicar and r
It is calmed tht an all-plas- one and listed t unr hs ne e ralyy his irat lay at to
Guaxcept for Coast Guard per- tic aircraft wll be easer to in the Occupatin rce phone n WrldWar th his 1
orinel, Nithau, seventh in build, and some 50 to 0 erau, book. And he rd it, usu-w loved paratrsmpe,
lse and nearest to the larg- cent cheaper than metal air- all awrta nagg f th. "Tehis I-s
er Had aiaan islands, is 1ne craft. pRieswayla.i" cacal
only inhabited island n the Work hasexpected to be airborne within a ma of action him-
smaller group clarstic gliders. These may be self, and he demands that qual- He took oo at of th. 8!
Durfyining before long. rom others Airborne DII aoh- here t his wert ek.
There some 300 people. A new full-siz que elta shaped Tha tWaso te's lVon since n. Oa., X 1e S and rom
mostly native Hawavians. in- the two bigt cost elements go- He and of t symbol of ex- er the was a Swgene
ainr cra.n for the in pltic pratin-c will bteone d ns active kcel idow the a hold" crtn gam. later
Ingle family hat B 1 neve and h lym pressure hydraulic basket on the des. I .Arth
tie to the enMidw e- sland for a achery-has also beentists dfrom . n have
SINGLE FAMILY vlope at Farnborough. ap a hlled14ar

CEREMOtWAL SITES na neo-ha eein asmess !
S oR.gw ,ti, lare structures from plastic, Tr nd
M yny stone Images found such as motor launches i
Itoa ave een rimovs claimed that ana. one and lited It unr his na rlly I tof

Excep but for Coaston Guard pe rwals of afn w I A I V lf hOrephoneInwld t'w
ancient ceremonial sites cent cheaper than etl l ar ay 1titng th "This -
tr beHanaan islands, is riL craft. ia d m "
only inhabited sland in th e Work has aeady sartper t HeIar man of action him-
Sflying before long. re Trom, others. A-rbor div1s3,sd. ikt PotSl

Stl name toHawaans. two b t cot onelements ttentoti symbol of x-1t -- -e
gE stock raising for the lin plastic produationg-ateel d'n ecutive oindecisioa the "hold" e i ler

Ie to the ent e- island for a'y m e as be d

One most of the Islands Ponytrekkrne' holidae s and "nt unelamorof ,o, d e to ran .we. t r le a-brsaa te stp
rted bye coral, navLSI nTE the cknow-how hr L e a on"-tm her cai- o t he al T LAe-
S EMOn S IeTES d u pssaed ti tpcertain re In o.mo .. .

hipse o w there wreci on their take place m of buia ld wing other quality oautwhe molo t ths -wa -
ue of pst hobtatio. nlarg structures bfrom plastic, er ca a
wep lsstowe Images found such as motor launches.
ial Milosa have been removed

to the Bishop Museum Ireefu ga.on Hon- e i pW e th
esee.Sofet a near dDF- hnh Oyra ion.fe-treg. s -, diVs,
olulu, but low, stone walls of w fU*i e

All the islands are resorts nt th thenn he enemy
or sea birds, the tern havingDud krsA
Sine most ofghe ia INVERNESSMeM 3 (BIS- I ( One of V" PTAie 0 W1 M
t ayst a r'unglamoroubaJobsea e-to ot
ahe ring by coral, navigav- n ttroactin hon to a modernsolder inbein.g car- to the a L

n the French explordiffericult. n whea n thie' n f sar. iis the d y ofut in K aehr wbm- voest a t olsdtme a-
Wcthose name nIyt bears se.hted vosu .. f ar-e sory behind om i. m .o ll
Li island Island d mistookand Pearl Parties are to w be ledthrough nes of arial dos the die-up vase
and Hermes Reef for a u-rgged pac- theogles of the Ca.rngor..and y o e succ of "tn_ tak'n e*o- _.
Pte were discovered when Monadhltath Mountains by a Fepeople bak bem their dus pa. I lesli

ships were wrecked on their team of locahip. "t Stranything about what ms 0 that thin was the -tFar t

Nt ethe years that have fol- ct includnte hto nanre. To a o ne-time fifhier mls he e hieo of the U.e S. e Air oSwt
wed, other sh ps pinnacle avef not modativ n hire me ar s. go had hade the tlons be, .t "the manre UNPi eld

oue e Fortunache. iae instruction, a ig ofthep arty will th e production rne wt me- I ol hr Ina Korea theae.
hot itnameatbers ea. ut p5theo tre r r n e rm

t fsl te ndm week. c ut p public h factory hin ew Ok to e pdane s d7nd
Eqipm.ent wil be cie b t ahe l ine south air he- i-ln agndh to ittn th o bfr
iA liY AWu tEthe tiesare t Iiange tlon to the comtio ng-aO-g y I am d witoho r
Oheofpinnaice ws, d oeB r to a a ou in s re-t erm in hl io e strs heott 3or gr a qu freros in t

So 1n m .n nIn 1 tse vbnlongmr, surface nte of ts posibilities Int Weatio St a twon phl i .

wheTonn teFcano e nigh t, whldn te-o oaothry il e str ehinhwa a o iaImngt
nthe isan sth ts equamenato wllea a ie b os
u shapeIncfdor" a full-riged pcmi pn tie tre Tc.otoFlAr
sliwed,/gthrship.h guie s a re elpeie n f r nc
bcenderstornot h dalk ra andf ies ru nd wte rms o fa migs sh o ar tr o n St" anl U th6 i'
Onetofchisnssipaothe$Brous torihare being froruited inteprofucthenaae t Se Rreate
theefiring line south of the ftnasasigned to it than 1 0

4 thernlyed weithe three s cho-t

Am s June, i 8, will change radically within the next
S a nuandant few days if they rexpose
Slvie DMist at long enough to wr which
. io Wa- can produce fatal

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WAYT: On the skyline, a terrifying A |
he fAT1 point of combat tense. WC oat F IIIo
dg- ie lads of the 82nd were as ,-
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nt-u barroom as they were on the ted J lOI retary of UtMA *
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DIPLOMACY .ptI, the tZI.
o DIPLOMACY tMI o West Africa's old to
as Immediatelv after World War C oat M
ZI. Ridgway got a taste of di-* le of the Geo
plomacy when he was made Coast year elected thelr
United States member of the l ea. th0Ms b-
Committee and Chairman of q -i % ent 1a. IsL
om Board in Washington. A Nm to lee vati ml tt
ov- Between his U.N. job and that rPW-I,
In as deputy chief of staff, he was 11 hyI followed with kneenl
ace chief of the Caribbean Colt- Interest," cabled Acheon, "The
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WTITLES d 6f wo rnment D N* dIe
Slhsince the Government of the
a;. In his present job, Ridgwiy United Kingdom initiated It5 thE
us. has four titles; any one of t o s tieutautioeM yelopmnt prb-
m impressive enough to do the a* gram in the old Coat more tilo
be- erage general for a lifetime 8 than a year ago. ro
preme Commander, Allied Po* It is wh at pltwam
era; Ccanmander-in-Chlef, tai. theofore at t o yat t
ted Nations Command; Co*n- eleeiof We Prian
mander-in-Chief, Par East; and Minister l
nd and Commanding General, U et the Q t
in- Army, Par East. ol ftceu ad
the I a1h la the 11 T
rMl, man of the Joint Chieft ot. ly rtwi th ehth have 3'
In Staff, has ad: o e exsted between
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m4t flak since Hitler
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of year to be carefree .. In your dress as well as In youi at-
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Sbv buying the best in foods a BY ALICIA HART
O RLa Bizkayna. El Bat urro. Merca- NE Beauty Editor
do Blzkavna. Mercado Baturro
a* nd Mercado Vasco Little girls with curls are no
novelty these days. The advent
of the junior-type home perma-
nent has made it possible for
every youngster, no matter how
11" straight her hair m ay be, to
Sboast a curly top. your lttle
If you've decided your little
I,.girl's hair is about as hopeless
THE style star of an all -sta 'as your own, you'll be glad to
Line that 's my unqualified hear about two new, home per-
opinion of the magnificent new manent products that make an
Chrysler. The streamlined beau- ideal mother-daughter duo. .
ty of the Chrysler Is onl' an iOne contains a waving lotion
outward indication of its power OVE a Bargain? But iook- made especially for curling the
and the ease of its controls a i h limper, less-elastic tresses of
nd the ease of ts contng fr quality too? Then little girls. The other has a
*more modern today, worth more you'll love the wonderful new peunique waving lotion precise-
SChrysler Is built to stay new .. chrome dinette sets! Modern ly formulated to put a soft but
Tomorrow See it today at He r- and decorative, vet practical... 'springy and long-l casting curl in
ptematrr & Arias. SADulastic tops that defy wear and 'adult hair.
test. and that ever-brlliant
Sister of famous durable chrome OME SALON i
SYes .. you'll thank yourself to
have it In your home Get yours, Why don't you and your
Sitoday at La Europea Furniture daughter set up yofr own beau- .
SStore Ity salon at the bathroom sink,
and combine your beautifying the male members o
efforts? 8Set aside a time when
the male members of the fam-
ily are far removed.
Once the house is yours, let
the younger member of this
duet play or attend to some
household chore while you No female member of the family is neglected when you
MOTHERS know best what's shampoo your own hair and and your daughter set up a beauty salon at home. Since
M good for children I m sure start winding your curls. If shell your little girl's hair must process for one hour after you
that all mothers will agree with gets restless before you are fin-I have given her a hbme permanent, why not help her pass
Ime when I say that the young- Ished, you'll find her more th n| the time away by play-waving her doll's hair (above)?
Sister in school needs a diet with willing to hand you curlers or It's easy to permanent your daughter's hair the same day
an adequate amount of Protein. IKE money in the bank end aper ou do yo own. Oeor hair is shampooed, give the
As everyone knows anemic chil- Yes, because you sa w But a word about shampoo- youngster her pre-permanent washing (upper right) Then
io sShien in. P .tove i aesvou satd e nwt th en 1., s a lolin or re e while you roll your hair In curlers, daughter can have fun
I easily. Most children In Pa- -toveshampoo for pre-permanent towel-drying. And your little girl won't get bored with
.. a. have an over-balance. of d s .an you'll fin d potm e ct ie h lathering because of the thor- her beauty ritual because her special kit contains a color-

_- leave no deposit on the curls tolthe entire procedure e v e find the curl you want with- yout youngster, too. She'll love
a' interfere with the waving lo- though you may still be wind-i n one hour As soon as you see its grown-up fragrance.
.a.T r. I tion action. And just wait until ing her curls when it's time for the dips and ridges that indi-
'11 3 oy I.0oor pl your little one sees the suds you to take our first 3-min- cate perfect wave, start the FOR LOOSE CURLS
'l StayLaoies: i makes. ute-check curr.new reutralzing process
No neutralizing to required that' with this kit. And here are some setting
SPAPER DOLLS with your youngster's home per- Is :hour up since daugh- points for both you and your
eep ouse e NNort o u manent, so you can send her ter's Was wound and rb- daughter. If a soft loose end
Kee sre n t "1At TherN orth. Pole| 0l WaTEq uOn your i wound, the off to play as soon .s her curls ratur 9 Then sheIr due for curl p what yqu'want, t yor
S. sta e nunhor me m- are wound.rBut d qrng the first. aI wtr e for to hair In Ju.mbat s. aear
,- be. Id. In .her hour, keep her close by and in- mi- Towe l- her. eua 4ag the hair around two
BY GALE DUGAS le booklet doors because at the end of this so be d as and cot- i tead of e. Plme yo.r p
N Womon's Editor of -ot- dolls. The time you'll need her for the to she can go off to curls evenly, and your curls w
moment .du r'i ha .aI.r is last step in the permanent. play hCer hair dries nat- be even when you comb them
NEW OK Th re shampooed and you've set her ura the curlers. out.
tb i w amost ay womare down on a stoo to wind her DO YOUR OWN When the male members of
t ks th t n om curls, hand her thkh colorful pa- Before you set your hair, rinse your family see the results of
te kh thtrial and a e bore. Buts se Now with your little girl off our new curls with ctretne rinse, this combined beauty session,
S n a trial and a bore. Bup t r epShell adore her new play- the schedule for the moment, This will make your hair still they may not know exactly what
,Wh .ver you r'd like t ch the pointed mates, and you'll find that she tend to your own curls. The new more manageable and give It happened, but they're bound
whe oue out the living stays aelol quiet during adult kit should allow you tl body. The rinse s good for to pleased
room window, you might con- a
aider the idea oflkeeping house ..ra
Sat the North Pole. "PU1 1/5- -
For one tyung woman namedrSfl
:Elsie 01111h has done just exact- Care
Irly that and she'll probably nev-' r Jrave and S tay "
ter again complain about civil-
r0iation. Without preparation or There's n.o t I n g exclus-. ------
0training, she was launched Into i "yoy 1
2a life where she had to g meals e about prob m. Everybody -
%using polar bear steaks, seal and has them. a t o 0unts is
walrus livers. Arctic hare. ptar-i W1ether or not on haVelearn- srd.
mlgan (Arctic birds; and char' ed to take them In your stride.
'(Arctlc fish'. She got water -by, worrying about sikmember
Aelingie as she wentt dong.' Eblie CGiis: At the North Pole. of the family how you will
Actualy, she was keeping a a boarding house and polar ever keep yourr budget.Intact,
kind of boarding house at Arc- bear steaks. t forget abou gnr appar -,
tic Bay. the point farthest north ance.
at whichta whire woman is per- we were getting settled, we dis- You may reason to yourself
.. le. With her w*e covered that 900 pounds of fresh.that there is no time for mauil-
her husband. John, and three meat, all we'd expected to have'cures and hair settings And you
.,.fr young officers of the me- for the year, had beeii left byimay even feel that such Indul-
teorologcalstation. mistakeeAt Churchill, 1500 miles gence would be elflsh.
On a recent trip to lew York a.buth. There" ws no -way of l
fr Toronto. now her home transporting it Right then, Il LOOK NEAT
l llls talked about her ex-' started to improvise steaks and Well, it's all in the point of
ces. She added that, since chops from seals and polar bears.' view. Say, for instance, you are .
return from the Far North .aking care of someone who a
air has turned premature- DOG TEAM SOCIAL CALL sick. Can you honestly believe n
,,. ~that you are aiding the recov.
y. The nearest neighbors were!ery by your tired-looking figure,
husband's assignment, Canon and Mrs. Jacjc Turnerlack of make-up and dishevel-.
to Arctic was for a ear" who lived. 70 miles away. They ed hair?
she lined "And the 'o'were able to pay exactly one And, if it is any comfort at
way could go at all w to ilt. by dog team, during the all, budgets do have a way of
sign as cook for hn-i and year. Aside from this mad so- working themselves out, with-
th t other men at th clal whirl, life was made up of out any beauty sacrifices on
'ethhtoe a monn. a t bread-baking bouts, the ever- your part. Don't dllow your prob-
"We hao ,rdered supplies sent lasting ice and snow and occa- lems to give you an excuse for
lUp, of eOtrse but after the sional Esklmo parties. neglecting your personal appear-
W,000 mile Journey was over and a One little Eskimo woman us- ance. You'll be Pie loser If you
ually would turn up wearing a do.
one-piece suit of men's long-' Another point to consider '.a
sleeved combinations Lopped by: your attitude wards others.
rp la alI 5 bright cotton dress with Do you let pe le know at a
short sleeves. There wfre no lance that y r burdens are
To a oican r movies, no radio program mail heavier and leathesome than tI's e fe a evsytlv ab th 1rls Ip-.era
ST avoid cane atppgs oonce a year and no television. theirs could ever be? r et. a .sRh
.your holiday linens, rub the But housekeeping In the Far, 'lAT'SYOr -theLk .... l .ill"-toE-al,..--t-i,?-i n. a 'nea.lI
candles thoroughly between North did have Itsadvantages. WlAe'drmURbRIO puB gE a, bin fl es Cat h
-soaped palm When the Since there was no cook to 1 Whenever you get to feeling .as vWrnyoung WOMawhe l1ke=simple,.uesw tIa 3

thisIeetment a few days GOllis 'tops and she got lots of that a group of people came
to7re t -t use them in praise at every meal. And there to God complaining bitterlyUaiUn
our cen the big were electric lights in the about their lot in lIfe. God ls-
S houses, indoor plumbing and coal tened patiently, and then re-I-I --
_--- for heat. i moved each person's problems,
fthe oubde no knobsde sour, placed them in Individual bags Soak citrus fruit stains-Ilem-Rinse oft Wel with a clean, sois Wbs e cloth Is still I
at frequent inerv[8 GNUINE ICE WATER other. up next to each on, grapefruit, lime-einp lOb l d h e o o can peel
trick for tightening But, in that land of ice and As the pee wwarm water for a first step in o.plor, Jlh t _ch__ fa cng pers 1
screws. water, there ws so little fresh e e m to der in warnhsoapsudsadhramtinserfew drape le ae witsea .. rke or 1
S wine In shellac, tiunwater that when an ieberg J w....... b they felt hed well m sai n ise n a wptmabeli p sIB w Ih a lhe Ire u
It around the screw& whl nce turned up practically In the lenst amotf troubles.. 'I ... as l s.ip- l the 1
stringla isstil wet. After sg bck arc d at w ua a real-lux- ,Mfter looi g, ,- o.t b ro--bl-. cover, tom the slipcover intO U e a 12 f e s 1

should hold fst.t, the thlatElsie l,- ndid with story, yo'll' lead a e ae oak g So fmte n th.

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Now Is the time fr yourr gol- a I
en waffles te. boft With a I
and Bestr grlek ri e. u
baby -too shelf. I It t tet
f very like vPeS by sttsg -1h
and ard-to-find u
Jam. Called plums with tapioeaf, E
it comes eier stralnm t tth
ior. It is true fruit, ghly frt
and is." inexpensive.
Allow 1 cup for a double-dek .
er layer in thee 9-inch wif-.
fles yielded by the average re- Pt
cipe. The Junior plums give a f
thicker fillng than the rAlft- w
ed, Just as they are, or varied Tw I
with 1 tablespoon eactr sut teU
and lemon Juice. Top each A
sorting with confectioners' ug- au. t f
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Waffles for supper, for lunch ho
for yoUng and old, are a simple
choice these days with a handy Mix and-
pa'kagsd amg. Add water and Combine w i
eat as though you meant -it. and milk. f
Remember to preheat the waf- ture. at v
fle iron, and no peeking until smooth. Alr
it stops steaming. fold In sa
Quick tips: One teaspoon va- Bake In not

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'2 cups Orange juice
1 IA eups cwnberrp juice -
or 3 cups grap' lilee
'2 cups ginger ale
Pour briskly boiling water over tea, cover, and ate" 5
Strain. Add sugar and stir until dissolved. Then ad
a fait- juicsqa. Chill. Just before serving, add ee .
vr blo. k of ice in punch bowl or pitcher. Mle
& W IN THEH AND is worth you'll never so I ,o oi
two 9a:'the Plate. Se forget fashioned metfods
aboup knives and formn and de-
wily with chicken- MORE MOBIf 1W
pfcnlc-Atyle-fried ohieen eat- making old-fashloaa trefea
en with your fitgers Served constantly beint' dWHY, k.-j
with French fried potatoes and you haven't trie4 moa ,i
ap in Individual baskets, chocolate goodie as
Is a wonderful Idea for a sauce frosting and cocoa
party. And to sake the Baker's 4-n-I Swen
maratmons a easy as the eat- yo cant imagine how-
at t ri'tlto-cook-Bh UyrsL Dirtetons for o 6 .
S M Citken. These p an the box, and FM ,
4qutek-fne fryers come tho- them all in jiff eget
oughy cleaned, drawn, a cut They're delicilous 1 .,
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No, 12.171 Central Ave. Colon

YW eis Service
*4 Tivoli Ave.-Phone 2-2281 ana

Fourth of July Ave.-Pnone 2-9441

Salon de Belleza Americano
:55 Weli 121h Street

A.fencia Internacional de Publicaciones
#3 Lottery Plaza Pncne 2-3199

Household Automanihtir
FOR SALE Norge rf't.ger'i." Serc,.:e Personnel and Cl-i.Ion
CU It p .r. .-rlor. *r*.,r 3.-d a .-1 u- GovernmEnt E ,mplo e
F ide S '" Ph.i. ro. '- I,. I In .:. ,-,'
with ,e:,-o'I c':., F ..: .J ,'-j Governnent Emplj e Firar. 'e Co.
aonod 50 Call QI Tu,',-,,-.- When u nrar,,n e iyCur ne%.
2160. dut> hou.. Ca, t.i. r .c !Or u.ed car
quarters 5- B o. Co.:ci. C ,.a'' AGENCY DEHLINGER
Zone No. 43 Automobile Row
oe Phone 3-4984 3-4985
TOR SALE Be.-' cl ui" I.. .. --
W hr r '', "-7 1, :. Qw .- I- .-.- 'LL i9ral ,u 'pr:k,." l -'I
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FOR SALE': C ua ,,,' r,,, tree P ce '.'.'.
n lure, -" Q.oeJ ,: ..-.', '-' .- 4.i r- -1 \%'rlao d '. H:,rr.rC
rundu 1-' ,'., I ,- 4
FOR SALE -Ui-ed .. '" FOp S LE 19 9 blao:k cor-.-c. tbile
tior. e, :ellcrI. I11 .,r,eo ru -, r Old. Hsdromat.r rod. .,. '
Rio Aboal. T: i 1 c.., 1 r ? c:-1 ..'r cond.,r.r. I 461 0 C' T, j.
Theatre .i or S. ee c r at hOue -.444 ,

Help Wonted i F An cr_
WANNTED -Exwoern,:i ,r,.rra,,d For ,our car -Leoatherete Celluiid
tQ ler, ,n. ret cren-pr,.'. ii . eh, e regr,.r,.i.on C rd h i.J-
Rcrnrdc. Ar, ; clid c i De e,. LOLON M.OTOR I-.r C,d, -
Lim a buil,. aO ,)pr. ,. r T..:- ct r, Pn mo -r
phon, Pnr.arr.a '"'i" F. ,r. .._ALE 9-49 Forj S rl,..r- '.'., -
to 6 P gor. C.A Empre 5riT -..1 lhu
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teren. Call No ?;' ''rh, Srrel t FOR :ALE 10.4 i lh.f r .:c -
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Popular Oc.ng g .r ',. 3- : .1j p'.r.
uli p.a ,iro .lD *,:- fr; ,_lh Le:.
.Benne l'. P..-jr'. r... d Nc,
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Jipe Writes Essay

$h Careful Driving

City Court Judve D Harold Crf,-
tar thinks youthful traffic viola-
tors need special handlintp
The judge has written a ,pc-
clal tro-page essav. a cop,y of
Which Is presented to each con-
victed teen-age motorist. The
essay stresses that it'; a privi-
lege and an economic aeset to
be allowed to drive a car
Cotter explained that too

Carbon Drug Store
10.05o Melerndez Ave.-Phone 155 Col6a

Propaganda, S.A.
"H" Street corner M
PnQnes 2-2214 and. 2- .

Do you have a drinking problem
Write Alceholics Anonymis. Bo
2031 Ancen. C. 2.

N. Miseellaneouup
FOR SALE 300 shares abatto
stock MadI offer Box 1612, Bal
boa Conal Zone
FOR SALE. Beautiful achshur
Puop.es. 6 weeks aid Fredd
M,.hl House 5607- D.cibi
F arci come. first serve ply aft
SI rm Saturdoy or ndoa',
cur, Sport Sedan with manr, e
tra: Only 8,500 mir In ne
ccr condition. Wiri cons er mallE
car in trade. One Ko k Medal

lIt II Camera. F/3 5 Ektor Coated' FOR Rf
Lerns In new condition Wilt trade three
tar Lero or Contox 35 MM Co- I 22
mea. Phone Balboa 2-3069. 22
FOR SALE Dining table.*sewing FOR RE
machine, golf clubs, record plcier iOn.
-4 Harley and Miscellorneou apart
Hc.use 2135-C. Curundu Tel. 63- No
6l6 INo
S -.- -FOR R
FO RSALE.-$ 1o00. 5 nn res and room!
tubes. 7.10 x 15. 787 t Tovernilia dnmn
St Tel 2-2394. age
Mother . .does your chld walkI 3-18
,.th ease and grace- If not. then

.... -L ... .. his shoes maoy be at
FOR SALE i 95' .'e,, .: . ng-Jacks are special1
ible e:..lint e.n help youngsters walk
m,rie.. bticrt.ce "'2 i..- pre ent fool detects
I ...7 .Q j j_ Buy Jumpng-Jacks f(
today or BACEYLANV
W AN TED Ie../,,, I '
WANTED I-U44th Street, Bella Vsic
M;kceIllneo,, ._ .. ...--
...- ----_ -- FOR SALE- Frngidari
WANTEC 25 r\cle aui.-.mar i 25 cycles, excellent,
waiQher House 427.J D.ot..-)I 1000 0 CrO tobol. Te
An-c e h-.iang on LST or '. r --lar --
b>',al Icr cha rter dur~n _Q Ipr ,d r >
MAIS., o lh, kin.jl, releph,:,.ne, PrTaitPa In'
Pon.ma 3-080S immd.arl, Potat In"
unrfrr,,shed houe. 3 or 4 bed-! \ nnl!v AltPr
roory preferablN .ilh spacious,
garden Elvin Seberit. American
Ernbos j-0010
WANTED ALIVE--Ar.ml. birds. Years Ol Surl
snake- etc We bu., olmoir ever- .
ihing Phone 4-337. Write Box 16.

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many youths take their licenses Pedro Miguel WASHINGON, D.C. May
"to much for granted" and __3 Potatoes, which for the
]a&o them before they realize, last fewYears hve been so
,their value t plentiful that thousands of
"Jf we can impress upon the' 1950 Buick Special 4-door tons have beendur d in fields
of today the importance d S perfect conditions to rot, may actually be diffi-
,irightto o ....atm .ao Radio Seat covers, good cult to obtain this year, observes
vaelee." the judge declared tires. Smoot Huisuftt the National Geograrhic Society.
Save taken Verympor A. 1th St Central Av. For the fr te since the
a k ........... ;rIn .himpt .IColon Tel. 800 early 1940's, when wartime de-
anfil in Instillhna In him the C ol Tl* 300., mand caused Government en-
ni ago sense of caution which Icouragement of production,
ap a good, careful driver. there probably will be no more
potatoes available t ha n are
needed for American dinner ta-
IC bless.
As'e A irlif C carries The 1951 crop is just about
^- l m ui ',,*.1 1 > consumed, and even the rew
p o I t crop is not going to provide
Sinu Ilne / P il t- more than enough potatoes to
'enul inLs i) V o around. Department of Ag-
/ riculture experts 'say t h a t
n growing conditions will have
MONROE. LA Ma' 3,1 P I The CrOnel pirlift was bef run tobebo epveathe ufor "l
Foit -iou.: c,, I 1. .~,.,, at1in l'ov,.mber of 1950 when the deaetd
Chaihes In northern Louisiana seminary discovered the 44 pas- The Departmenrt -eports that
andouthern Arkansas hold re- itorles. churches. School off ciqls the expected 1952 planting is
Ult# services made possible by wanted to help them, and at the with 1,379.000 inr 1951 and a
thetnewest wrinkle in filling a same time give theological stu- but, 1,373,000 as compared
asily by airplane dents actual practice in the ten-year average frbm 1940
w'elr members call if the 'Oos- field With the churches more through 1949 of 2,564,000 acres.
PMij rlift." I than 40 miles away, conven- The acreage drop to due to
Iry Saturday afternoon two tional transportation couldn't bebetter produr ion per acre and,
take off fromn Austin, Tex. used for the project. In large nart. to the end of prela
with ministers, and fly
so than 400 miles to Monroe. Leslie Webb, a seminary 4tu- supports. The 1951 cron was
S they are met by members dent from Palm Springs, Fla., the firstto be harvested with-
*of, e congregatimons, who take solved the problem. Webb bought out support since the w a r.
th stors on their various avws Ia twin-engine five-assenRer Growers no longel- have asst-
to vel from pulpit to pulpit plane and started the Airliftane that alth potatoes they
qarry out then pastoral du- Latet a second plale was plac- produce from allotted acelge
; Uduring the week end. ed In service will be purchased by the Gov-
e flying preacher, ar etu-.
too at Austin Theological Th. airlift now has the ser- Tbe vegetable now in bosrt
S ary. and mam\ of them vice Of threE ilns,. in addition supply is on. e of the weriMl
-been making the wecklyto Web, and all of them are b foods. The white, or ir-
t' every wppk en for near- students at ih semtmary. Th ,v lab, potato is actually a South
r'l American plant. Technically,
IV, o years Preso.yterlans la are Jerry Slusser. Arthur Strick- it is not a potato at hally.
there area no lonn or tntnk [ land iand Joc. Sli ker. The prn- Earl u ro a l
,ssa ng for thel- ministers to gram is cor ducted by the Ry. farly Europhan exorers fi
lain via the k .a\ C Elh N l'o,, the seminary's the western hemisphere first
S" director of field work found sweet Dotatoes, t h e n
ir worwidely cultivated zy the Indians.
Sp-.Ial atientlon iq givan t 'The Spaniards ad0pter-, the In-
S 8 Chevrolet Sport Coupe. wir'ht in the airlift flights.ldian name and called them
utiful shape. radio, seat 'Ea-h plane rcarn arrv 1.500 lh "batnt. "
ers, spot-lihi. e ood whirh mian',. luggage must be In 1538 Spanish pioneers in
rback-up lights. fur de- kent. tIr a ririlmnm. If on es- ithe Andean highlands diqcover-%
nstration cull SImoot y peciliv hefty student makes the ted the white-meated tuberous
rnnicuft S. A 16th qi flight lup"aae and cras iltr must plants now known as potatoes.
ral Ave. .Coln. Tel 3 be "ut The result is that anhe Incas who cultivated them
rl -ve., Coln. Tel. 800. leftort 1, m;,de to Interest the 'called them "ponas" and the
Ithlqiner students. Spaniards adopted the term.
The fI'.lnc prchers also oar- But the similarity of thr two
Sr on chorei othpr than cen- foods caused the adaption of
. Iructt .' rh'..-'h e.rvitnrP. "nT "batata" to our present "pota-
S .. l / Saturday aft.-rnoon arrival gvaes to ."
m.pn P .i.rt fr ir.sorql culiL Actually, the sweet potato Is
O n r member, of the various con- only a distant relative of the
,Pi, 't'jir, white potato. The sweet potato
So ar. th.- pastors say, the is Ipomoea batatas and a mem-
i. ha-v r..i-(,k, out fi-e Th. ber of the same fam'lv as the
h* rrhhe [tiny have adopted are morning glory. The .vhite pota-
.% ..A .i'- -I id several of th. to is the Solanum tuberraum
a* a -- s*uden!.s nr, been raIled s1 andia related to nightshade and
R m permni.irent pa .s t o r s of the bellileonna.
*chtrche.. they are sr-rving. latrectly the potato Wt re-
Dr. E. A. PEREZ The nrrin.sn natlieve. that the ble To. the m'nlrr-t 'n
r Veterinarv surgeon church interneship which the O lany Irish to North Aimeri-
Su u'flyinp ps.--or- :rt .. l'ilab! J PFa'ture of tUe, potato nror
v and Nighl Service Sehoul offrials would like to ie tis Ireland in 1845 resulted in
Pers. Tel. 3-2113 the Gospel airlift expanded. itlmne and a &rprt westwarC,
Jaovemmnt of population.

pranath 4-door Re- f.
dio. seat covers. l
a. for m'e at lAmnot .'
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mood tr, wInnrtalion. 19 4 1
tudr ',aker 4 door Redan.
oad tire.s ensr payments,
or le a I Smoot Hnnpf.
utl S..L. Cnlon, Tel. 00.
ith Rt. Central Ave.

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If Hd Slipover Reunoltery
If He's E lect VIS OtU SHOW.-ROOMI

in this historic battlefield com-_A v ,
unity are telling visitors that H
the n e x t "Summer Whitel DR. B. L. STONE
House" will be on an 189-acre/
farm about three miles south hropractor
of here. Pa e Pcku D
The farm was ought by en. -4TO- NE CLINIC
Dwight D. Eisenhower for $44-ters
000 in November of 1950. The h c& Juso Aroemenm-
oemunit his are teural retret because
the o press ofwill be onal ein es
farsent him about threuiope two months Chiropractor

of the North. Atlantic Treaty i ns .
Organizations ioutg, moving, storageby

We pack and crate or move
Tf Eisenhower should be noml- '.Po, 2.-.2 4
nated at the Republican con- anything. Pone 2-2451,
vention in July and elected 2-2562, PanamA.
President n November, it i &
ent thim to tEui two months A

brick dwelling on the farm
would become the scene of his-
toricne events either as a sum-
mer White House or' as a rural
rI'treat It is onl" a two-houl
drive from Washington.
The farm lies about 2,000
feet west of the southern ilm
of Seminary Rid . Gen R,-,l*rt.
E. Lee's strongpoint at the Bat-
tie of Gett.,'sbur. Less than a
ml" north l'es theP a-ea frnrn
which Pickett lunched his
charge that failed to dislodge
the troops of Gen. George .

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By common consent, author-
ties .on the Orient keep south
of Rusla in defining Middle
East apnd Near East. With this
and the State Department's of-
ficial Par East In mind, Nation-
al Geographic Society carto-
graphers -have defined their te-
ographically logical Middle East.
The Department of State has
a Bureau of Near Eastern,
South Asian, and African Af-
fairs. It thus avoids the term
Middle East, and avoids any
precise definition of what com-
prises the Near East. Within
this Bureau, however, the Of-
fice of South Asai: n Affairs
deals with and only with the
very countries that compose the
Society's Middle East, above.
The National Geographic So-
ciety's list of Near East coun-
tries corresponds closely to the
State Department's grouping as
represented by its Office of Near
Eastern Affairs and Qffiee of
Greek, Turkish, and Iranian Af-
fairs. Greece and the Anglo-
Egyptian Sudan, within the
scope of these two offices, are
not part of the Society's Near
In British usage, the Balkan
States of southeastern Europe
often have been tabbed as paft
of the Near East, but American
practice is to align them geo-
graphically with the West.

GOP Paper Waves

Party's Standard

In The Deep South

lU.P.- -As fa, as state politics
go, the statqhlv-R1 b' nin
newspaper Thf YudkfnVille Rip-
ple has been Just what Its name

Son03ly e P% eromene That fact, however, has failed
S. owSMt Price to dampen the ardor of the
The Eisenhower farm it Dlstrbutors: WONG CHANG. s. A. dauntless weekly published for
has no formal name is pure- coIn: 9th St. & Balboa Ave T .eL i03. yarn w e adtalr
ly a working estaolishmert now. PnmPanmA aCentral Ave. 80 year in tontelp
It has shown a modest proff t T.e-m stronghold In the heart the
under the direction of Brit. Gen. Democratic South.
Arthur 8. Nevins., Ret., who has Its editor, dRutledge, has
bern a close friend of Etsenhow- guided theHOld Xuard eloreis
er since their World War I da of The Ripple since IBM. He
U X followed a 11e"er a mi-.
The largest structure on t er. a'a. l rriesd
farm is a red and blue barn j ter, a rural mlcanter and t
about three times the size of the wife ofa Baptist s mlnster As
main house. Windmills draw the OUSEHOLD EXCHANGE head of tther er. s
The a8r
water from the eartrh. The aiMs~ths wife,,Mrs Mat-
tter from the earth. THEONL STORE OF tie Johnson H kW, started_ the
One of the reasons that Eis- ITS KIND IN PANAMA. weekly in.14 iu0 sia mg
enhower chose to make his per-
sanent home in Pennsylvania We deal In both New and Bend. Local hsiortalsa
was the deen attachment he Recettjtoned Furniture. on the exact reasons r
formed for the rolling central 41Hall's deviation from her nnr-
ftrmed for the rolling central 41 Afrtomobile Row Mal pursuits of help with
Pennsylvania country when he Tel. 3-4911 ch urprsuits nd the4 withs'
served at nearby Camp Colt dur- rchur c ers en bth h-
Ing his early davs in the Army.__ l aid society to become a publish-
Another reason is that Petin- .r.
sylvania is Elsenhnwer country
from way back. His ancestors -do0r Sedasi, with They are sure of one thing.
originally settled in Pennsylva- adi 2 spot-lightst ry She st.prted an unnouenchab*l
nta between 1730 and 1740. His good eat o 1es., L5 od fire burning for the policies of
father. David Eisenhower. sent ,ndh et0d. oefent utthe Republican PPaty.
hi boyhood at nearby Eliza- 0s6dll ,low mlesge for During the paper's life the
bethville, Pa. A brother. Miltni asmle -at SmT y att fire has continued to burn
8. is president of Pennsylvania S.A. ttiW St. Central, Co- brightly with one edtlont
State College. Another b" ether, a P2111L exception. The asat t ed-
"brl. lives at California, Pa. itor, H. B. Nelsn,
Should Eisenhower become two-week vacation left the
President and a war ensue, he Parents At Fault, Tee weekly under theu T of
would be close to Camn Ritch e .. local Democrat. tl editions
Md, where the war department HILLSDALE. Mich tUP) surprised local readF by blow-
ie reoutedly building a bomhi- Louise Hawkes, librarian, thinks ing a mighty blast 'I Deatocra-
proof Pentagon refuge to be us- maybe cthe experts who say chil- tic music.
ed in case of hostilities., dre overdo their TV viewing other editions in the more-
Also nearby is the mountain SoId direct attention to the than-half-a-century of Th Rip-
retreat of President Franklin D. -ar i. Sesaid borrowings of nle's existence have teen true to
Roosevelt-r famed Shangri- hran ';books have Increased its self-cosen d "th
La. Eisenhower's nrlcessor a- in t p year and a organ of t e Party
chief of staff of tht United t in Yadkin Coun .
States Army, Ger George Mar- runni head of adult borrow- The w ekly t 'st editor
Hall, lives about 50 :.alles ________ publisher, wk e. than 4
at Leesbnirg, Va. Years a.t its desk. has Ie fourth
One of the features of the eral become President or even longest rVoord or ate new
etntury-old dwelling t h t t be ntowinatd for the presiden- men in .lint ofr t W one
would certaily be changed s cy and live here, a mo rn PBX paper. Now fi fla. R'xtled
he handcrank nbor" th'- pit3 4 t .Its_ to Washang- t3 p to
a the kitchen. Should the gas-. w llM F =ata AL over tie paii, . -
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I"M A.m 6%Y, -. ,..
and far-whien y a
does each btelude?
Because th sefl to break
'the vast ItsfRO.Y.-'
i are nmth [.A
itions, the ItQ 614
however, they tedfttA
their boundarIes art
around by both AltArican atI
Britbsh writers.
The National Geographie 89-
ciety, dealing in terms of log-
ical geographical divisions, 'or-
rently divides the three EaStS
as follows:
FAR EAST: China, Mongolian
Republic, Korea, Japan, the Phil-
Ippines, Indochina, Thailan
(Siam), Burma, Malaya, anS
MIDDLE EAST: India, Pakls-
itan, anistan, .,epal, Bhu-
tan, 81klm, and Ceylon.
NEAR EAT:.Tureey,. yprtk
Syria, Lebanon, Trael, Joian,
SEgypt, I and the countries
of the AratIi Penfistl4.
The definition of fPr East,
the Society observes, colncides
with the 1slitng of countries
assigned by the U.S. Depart-
ment of. State to its Bureau of
Far fateru Affairs.
Burma, long grouped with In-
dia because of political ties, be-
came Itdependent li. 1948. and
has qute recently been trans-
ferred to the State Depart-
ment's Far East grouping.
I Th shift is logical, as the
National D geographic Society
sees It, since Burma alone of
the cbuntries of Asia's big
southeastern peninsula h a d
been outside the Far East des-

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' Sixth Kentucky Classic Program Red Sex
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SBy OSCAR FRALEY r l Race "F-I" Natives-7 Fgs. a .
"United Press Sports Writer Purse: ,275.00-Pool Closes: 12:45 ilon ver .
First Race of the Doubles in.a IW t
LOUISVILLE, May 3 Calumet Farm's Hill Gail, I-Monan isa B. uli la 11 e a
ridden by jockey Eddie Arcaro, today won the one mile 3-La Negra A. Vasquez i Ithis time It
end a quarter 78th running of the famed Kentucky Derby 4Luck Ahead F. Role 120 into bcoabdve of I
in 2:01 3 5, only one-fifth of a second off the track re- 6-Campesino Jose Rodrig 111 Dodgers *H froM f nt bu
cord set by another Calumet horse Whirlaway in tnd Race "D;tNatlves- Fit. oetetSie Ie, s
1-941. Purse: 5300.00-Pool Cloes: 1:15
__ __________________ Second Race of the IDepibles I ph3B Boyer5
Over 100,000 fans were present 1-Bagaleho C. ChoglC0x the5ra .T P -
when the 16 cholcehy bred Amer- 2-Bijagual V. Ord 11 ea .114
Icon three-'ear-olds were sent jJS r 3-Manolete 0. Ramj illx SALI..gia* -on
t thebi race. Sunny r4-Proton C. A l 115 wf t01e4 111
w' oter ant a cool breeze .added 5--Tap Girl A. Mina10 fo06

at ioe tra fn ll ed the develop- 35 One-Two Magl got V i -
trof the race b TV andhe ra- -Catonazo A.A11s 1,0X went to aerm.f. .t
d' 2-Je perin J. Be Jr. 112 "balk" oavca tse ~n 1~h l f t
.he ready famous Eddie Ark r3-Soherana 1E B. P ido 120 game whinn hft.
cro. piotedt winner and 4-Interlude A. Va uez 1Ofx .Bob B sh s e lllt cot I evar
ustified the favoritP role given Ndlial La U i 5-Cstina. na 112 b n ten Inninsi1P tth Dod-
by the betting public Hill GaRl L 6-P.uStar) V. e 106 In'e while he qth t Dcolected hTin
t Jped into the lead at the TEAM- Won Lost Pt. aoveer E. yi 117xnie of B W and t h
break but soon after he lost this New Yoik . . 10 4 714 8-ovelera E. Suera 104 nine O ffBenles eAnd louintg bei
Whr l le to t enspeed Han nbal ie o.. ..... 5 5thu Rhurler RuthVirfrd. Nil
position AtotTpeedrvHa nibl Ch icao 81 n M- 65th Race '11-1Imported-47 F e r nedslodti d fe _Brave
S to midway through the Brookyn 4 s s 682
race. 'Cincinnatien 10 6 .625I1 Que nBela pitchersl-dCoo 11a2 vaus ad V0

Lea-Jane Gall pounded int, 5-Pepsicola A. Vasque 112x Red Sox increased their leaguer-
M stretch six lengths in the i -Betun C. islas 1147 leadg margn to three full
Tld with Sub Fleet n second TODAY'S GAMES 7-Hechio) V. Odofez 1 17gamesover the end place
place. Brooklyn at A Pittsburgh.l i iReys 1s 206x Browne Aer the i g them 5-2
vthe run down the home- Nel York at Chscauo. 9-Lujoso C. Bravo n120 whe the othew pt divgtnm 5-2 'l
ir'etch. the stubborn Sub Fleet Philadelphia at Cincinnati 2.00 00 c00- 13 0 -- nTeJ. avo i lubs were being u1Aet. E%'
bplrtened the margin to two' Boston at St. Louis. h importd-7 F. Veteran der battered
'ths but Hill Gail still had
wty or'run left in him Purse: 5750.00-Pool Closes: 2:55 eight hits and hi d the Browns.
Th win was te fifth for Ca- ESTERDAY'S RES LTS 1 -Publico V. Ordo ez 109 unless after the eoe d inningB sa
et Farms It leas also the e 11 Light A. Phillips 116 when the Browns got four Upt
11h forArearo and the sixth d- R H E 3-BFduino E. Stlvera 106 straight singles by ob Nie- n
I trainer Plain Ben" Jones. New York 000 002 100-3 5 0' 4-Roadmter L. Bravo 114 man, George Scheds. Dick Wif
ymet previously won Derbies Pittsburgh 010 001 000-2 7 15-Bendeguz V. CastiIIo 110 hosld and Clint Cotney. lul
fh Whirlaway. Pensive. Cita- Magle 14-01 and Westrumi C The iox got thefirsft run In 1-I
Sand Ponder. Arearo won withK Slne (0-21, Friend 181 and Me- moace". the first inningOn VernW e-
wrin In 1938. Whirlaway lloCullough. Home-run Merson. Purse: 5P5.0.0-Pool Closes: :A e ea
l ..Hoot) Jr. in 1945 and Cii -t-n dr. .. n thiiifin 1 i

ndrBlleoons Jr.on 1945lan C TEAn FiostLRaea of tulheDl e A ens' 4 f
n In 1948. Jones trained Lpw- (Ten Innings) u. uIdo 112c m .f2 O
Whirlaway. Pensive 1944. Brooklyn 10 000 010 0-2 2-. Time BravPhillips 120 a
11ill Gail returned 54.?0, 54 Wade. Rutheriard 0-1>) '7 and 4-eoit J BavO 120
d $3.0. Sub Fleet paid 14.60. Campanel. L Rush 12-2p and At- 5-Welsh Fox B. Auirie 1120 -
and Blue Man, who wound well. 6-Alabarda J. Rodriguez 110
third, 3.60. 7-Revial R. Vasquez 12o LA BOCA SENI(* SWOFAT L Mi
T'e victory todav pushed Hi, Boston COO 000 001-1 5 4 8-Corao 0. Bravo 120 LEAGIbU
bai's eainlngs to $305,515 as the'Clncinnati 100 050 200-8 13 01 9-Montlelito V. Ordonfiez 118 Standin -.s
hivult of nine wins in 15 starsI Conlev iO-3p, Donovan 5, lm ... ..
Thie second favorite. Blue 'hpman 181 and St. Clalre..Team- Won Lst r. .
n, rac2d bunched In the Hiller 13-1i and Rossi 7tnh Race "" Imported-7 Fgs. SBalboa. . . I V i.0U 1-1
ack' well back. He closed some _^ ^ ^iPurse: 5450.00-Pool Closes: 4:05 Claudio Cedefio . P1 0 1, 2-1
sound belatedly but wounds Phila. 000000 000-0 6T0 0 0S-nd Race of t e oub 1 r oa h I e l 0o -
eight lengths behind Sub St.Louis 0 k00 020 Ox- 6 0 I-Fairh ChanceK. IM'ores 1 t17o hPiCt iS a r0 00
g'jpet. n Drews 2-Phloxhe HMoreno 110 Special TrOesp h Ie 1
lkat Cer Fiddle was fourth. er0 l0i and D. Rice." 3-Wid Wire j Jr.I A1. 1 A a L. -... 0 1 -
l half-length further back. -- 4-Pdig EastJ. 4tgle 120 mx YJ..l.
Count Flame was fifth. Arro;. -5-Pia iJ. Reda.gvez 112 NEUd ..
y Lucky Hannibal, 6---incel Bravo 120 .Monday: S
command. Smoke Screen.p.SpurCola.
LdCommand. Smoke Scre hAme -can Lehague th Race '1-2 Import Fo.eTF.aTy.: esa .1-. -
pthna Oil, Pintor Shag Tall. Purse; $375.00-Pool Closies: 4:401 Claudio Cedefio vs. Balboa. 2-4
Eternal Moon, Brown Rambler TEAM Won Lost Pt.-- Quiniela Wednesday
~d woop trailed in that or-I t 1--i -Tupac R. Vasquez 116 Special Troops vs. A. La 0
a. ___o.Boston..12 3 00 2 -Tully Saba 0. Bravo 114 IFr a s. I. P
St Louis . 9 6 .600 3-Alejabdre .a Pulido 115 Balboa vs. Optics .oso.
tcif Chess Group l eveland .. 10 7 58 4-Benigo Angulo 109.. .
ihicago. .....'7 8 '46 5--Tropcant A. Mena 116 Balboa 3; Special Troops 1. 2 1--'
iWashirgton... K 6 7 4av 6-.Cali.dar L..Bravo 114 ....
To Select Players Ne, Yorkr. o-6 8 .429, 7--l alag v. Oro 116 Larry Chance's Balboa all stars 0 3
- J .M D P* P h i l a ihr o " 9 "dd eb u t -e d in th e L a t oca l e.i o r 0
1Cheampionshipn e. lrt .. 4 10 o th Race 'I-2' Imported 6% Fel. Softball League with a winning n
r o drnka-n-plu-lpo eJotrnt ..___ 4 10 ur28 se: 75.00-Pool Cloans: 5:15 3-1 effort against Sgt. Perry's
The Pacific Chess group will Ione-Two Special Troops.
select three players who willre- TODAY'S GAMES I-Mr. Foot V.. Orteo 120 HeIlsinger, rated the top pitch- 1-4l
ienent there Pcfic Side in a Chicago at New York 12 1 2-Marlesalito B. Pulldo 120 ler of the Isthmus, reeled off a2-,P
ament f the ith St. Lous at Washington. ......o Cum A.Mona 120 two hitter n a stirring it
j pi g h p has been complet- Detroit at Philadelphia (201 4-D OILMeleda V ,K 11 duel with Z. nacko who yteld ,40
dm Cleveland at Boston. |W salA s VaIbut three safeties.
wae donated bv,-0.Barnes, ra 12---" T wor
well known Canal Zone chess 1 ,i ht ss 2 2 1 R 2-E
y, wi Almbe awarded to the YESTERDAYS RESULTS L .... imp_1 _.2... . .. 2 .1-
iL at the Pacific Clubhouse. Chcago 000000 001 _-1 1 3 1-5-P re. rf w ,S 0 S
I owing are the final results.I Phia. coO 200 32x-7 U1 . ne 3i .......i S 0 0 O -a
sfltam 12 1 l2->.i Rogovin 1l-li, Judson, 8) and.4 -Gy Ail .J. 0. fey, 3. 0........ a 0 21'
f1 ii 1 l l-'2'Lo "lar. Kellner l-3- and -Bech Bun B. I.1TSn Binner, cf ......... 0 0 8 S
der .. 9 4 9 St. Louis 020000000- -2 8 0 ', . N -- *. e c '3",.1 0 I 0
Nider . 6 3 2 7 Boston 102 Oil 00x-5 10 I 1 St oS"E"Na iveo i a c. Lane ,0
Va McCleod 6 5 2 7 Harrist (0-2, Hetki (7) and 0 .'-"s p.. ata. y Bv Cl To 23es:-i
.|Kesey . 5 7I 5-' Courtney. Kinder (3-11 and yI-t L. Bravo Totals- 23 3
r 4 -4,fif.-Raymond F. Rose 1 WWAL TROOPS-AB. R B.
rrett 4 9 34 fifth inning. .4-Domlno i E Sllvera 101 Y.u, cf .. .. .. .. .. 4 0
Jones. 12 0 D 000 100131--olrdenTap L. Bravo 112 Nmi, .......... 0 I-
Nuw Yor~k O 010O- =. "1Golden Pick V. A. US R 112 Baker Sb-as, ... 82-1 0 1
4 0 11 11.9 IN T O. J A IL 3 w. .. r ,,0o ,_010 01p .r1 '- I l .. ..1" 30 : 3 0 .a
-.T3,OBBKD INTO JAIL Stuart 1-0t, Hoeft (8) and - ...2 0 n i ,
f," IGinsberg. Raschi, Kuzava (0-22' J g Frai T Ips- 3b .. .. .. 0
XVILLE. Tenn. UP_--8 and Berra. Home-runs --. , Jun oTie If ".......... 1 0 l
'When J. D Parsons reported the Mapes. Woodllng. --- na ......... 1 0 o1
theft of $12 and a woman's suitI ---- ..... .. .. -
tO lice, he soon found himselfCleveland 000 002 202-610 01 By CLOCKER 1. n.-eralde .......... i 0 01[-i
infal. Detectives went to inves- Wash. 010 103 101-7 13 1 I-Mona Lisa Roumantleo - -- --27--i
1f te,'then arrested Parsons on' Feller. Gromek ,6' Bissle t7', 'a 'Ua al Man i B- nr--- 21 1 2n'
Surges of drunkenness, possess-.Jones '7' Chakales '0-1i iBi and 2J-Interlude N...l eMis."trtaa wS'e" by ins: n o &-3
S. whiskey and carrying a pis- Tebbetts Trouppe a7, Johnson,/ 4'. ..B '31 .... 'rla lb 'oop.. "."..10 (n1 LC w t--I -
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tt Soax 7-1. It was Kellner's Gene Hoch
' 0jflbss after three straight chi"g "* of
1110y Mantle failed to wl ktet o Vt ,
*A eoned base in the fifth Batm lith a
aSlg when going from first tournaments, andria e
ilhf o q Yogi Berra single to awarded to wn lers or each
ate ia the third leaning and weekly semlon.
i.jhtake probable cost the 71 .6ust tourney w0i 1be
unbiM the game. on wednwda, Ma 7.h, F t 1
lth tkhe score tied 1-1 and two benefit oft S9 |
SPhil Rizzuto singled to short offs In and
Moved to second when Joe aftermo. fS
nd also singled. Mantle be at :".40l-a
ed to right and Rizzutos cor- mana Iw
Um second Yankee run. Be- afterl-o$J. -t ellit
'a single scored Collins but at 110. .a inl .lf...t *f
oge Kell touched Mantle of b tlle II" '_I I
bong that he did not touch' rowd t, Onluy asofpM I
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SCollins' run was ruled not 1-hole (th with a separate
Id. The game was played un-' p iiyIaY tm
protest. ill -in y f
'he Senators came from be- W moons.
Sto nip the Indtans 7-6 be- Scare r these events
d the relief hurling of "Bobo" will be Ab&y each pa

W YORK May (UP)- i the score box.
ankees Get Noren ea artne
i exchange deal with the eit r hoc dler.' hone
ialnon Senators _. 86-$ Ia ; or Mr-.-Harris e hv. te
her, wet tA o the Yankees umr M r been rubeen
g with infielder Toemmy tharaI p t hyers core ca rdll eer
en In exchange for outfelM- tile n eI'4 to indicate thefr
Jake Jensen an Arh a fle d to advise of their
gon, pitcher Frank hea a r fa e;1f.r
O Me Jerry Snid (er ). entrane fee fbox.
SN Yankees mme todately eant f player will be 11.50 and for
an to Kansas City. N a sx- to plah edi Wednesday, the
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PANAMA. R. P., SUNDAY, MAY 4, 1982

P$ST AID WORKERS are a vital part of the Disauter Ontrol'
program. 1

J-Da' highlight of a full id-d in ever military zone to that this "wave" ofit workers Is
year's pnlnning is next Thm-s- iidray the A-blast And during the most essential hrase of the
da; thW period of alert, planes Uifl entire program. It' gives speed
On that day Military Disaster fly over the Canal inserting a and efficiency to the'operation-
Control officials vill\ state "Oper- touch of realism early in the ek- a must in a real disaster.
action Jackpot a full-scale ercle Relief operations liill be con-I
exercise in ilien oPrdation- that Residents of military posts Till duted from Controa Points es-
will involve ever' military post b pec p o t o ver ano to lte shed at th e pemete
in the Canal Zone bn- epecmter o- the dover area. irst, at ter .ulqr perimeterdi
Disastempr Control is a relatively apply protective mea-ures to of the blast. In "Jc kpot" four
new term to local Arnimed Forces themselves and their families- points have been I t up with
personnel! It assumes that this just as they would do in a real each one responsible for cover-
vital location might logically be- air raid. The all clear will be Ing a specified section of the af-
come an A-bomb target. and the sounded at 8:35. fected area. -I
rn t' ir must be prepared. It **Operatlo Jackpot" will be As soon as It Is lfe to leaveI
must care for Its personnel underway at the sounding of the their shelters, workers of the
ail I i .i,. important it must be noise bombs. First to go into ac- "waye" run to toet designated
abl'-' r' i it back. tion will be the "automatic Control Pomts wthdre a com-
Thre importanceof disaster re- waves" pre-designated relief mander immed I s't e ly takes
lief woik was emphasized just workers approximately,, 10, of charge and begin operations.
last w c-r when President Tru- the total force who will report: Thus, It is t stnmatM that with-
man tolrt Congress that *"every to specific points on the outer in fifteen mintites Ma blast, the
weakne- in civil defense in- perimeter of the disaster area. firs workers ,wex be on hand
creases an aggressor's tempta- Planners of the operation feel ready to start 1rteCduties.
tion to attack us."

Disaster Control activities 1o-
callv date back to February 1951,
when the Disaster Control Cen-
ter was established as a joint Ar-
mv. Nav' and Air Force organi-
zation In the 14 months since.
officials of DCC have organized a
mammoth program involving 12
military disaster zones and ia
large majority of all residents of
military posts. Both military per-
sonnel and their dependents
have been trained In many phas-
es of relief work and tested in
limited field exercises Mean-
while, the basic plan of action
was established by technical
staffs, tested on paper through
Command Post Exercises, and al-
tered constantly as new develop-
ments and solutions to disaster
problems were uncovered.
Now comes the test!
The entire organization must
be#'-enr through Its paces to see
what it can do Workers need
valurblc experience and plan-
ners need to locate the flaws in
procedures that can only be un-
covered through practice and ex-
For months the local Disaster
Control Center has been assem-
bling facts about atomic bursts
and applying them to the local
The disaster officials first se-
lected the areas in the Canal
Zone which would be logical tar-
gets If an A-bomb was dropped.
It was assumed that an enemy
would go to great lengths to see
that the targets aimed at would
rot be missed Thus. local offi-
cials determined the areas most
likely to be affected bv an atomic
burst and began to plan accord-
Ingly .
Secondly, it was assumed
that a surface burst would be
used In this area. An air burst.
while spraying destruction over
a greater area, would not have
enough power concentrated at
a single point to knock out one
of the concrete locks.
With these assumptions set-
tled, planning was underway The
potential blast areas were quickly
determined. The surface-blast
theory warned the planners that
contamination would be a se-
rious deterrent to relief workers
and one of the chief concerns of
all persons Involved.
By studying records of previous
atomic blasts officials of DCC
could determine accurately the
extent of damage and radiation
at every point in each blast area.
"Operation Jackpot" was plan-
ned from this assemblage of
. facts and statistics. For this ex-
ercise It will be assumed that a
blast had occurred at Miraflores
Locks. The area affected by such
a blast-the heat and radiation
at every point in the blast area
has been diapramed so that the
problems can be runtiiretrct real-
Plans have been made to sim-
Utlate destruction as clo'ek as it
, can possibly be done Buildingp
could not be pu l-ed over. of
course, but smoke bombs will
simulate fires, live casualties will
be scrawled over the area and
* dead bodies will be represented
by cardboard silhouettes
Written messages will be post-
ad in cases of destruction that Is
lhipoauible to show realistically.
.iuSm. as workers penetrate into
o blast area Thursday morning.
lly will find plenty of damage
S "port to their commanders.
A at proper relief teams can
S etched to handle the sit-
pum will begin at
5A L 1i the sounding of
'i MM imfit on all military
w. ill eon tinue
the day until relief
^ '" e empleted oper-
.J ao bost wWl occur at
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MILITARY POLICE will play a vital role Ia 1WtnIcedare t 'all Ootntrol Potnts. Here
an Air Policeman directs a first 1ibd .t p lioiAlb, At. Potoe.Bae, during a recent di-
saster field exercise.' .

WHEN DISASTER STIHKES Theoretically in "Operatinf a
children to Child Care centers in every disaster control U=,-
disaster tasks knowtlg tbetr children are safe.

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hosaltal for treatment Ca S
being put into Utee bue., a

which Is part of the team's with-them ond tE
*- equipment. diathe lunch.
Meanwhile. In the Disaster f rade alm
VOtrol Zone outside the blast 'W be kept at Ol
krba, workers not designated for their than Juirt n
th "automatic wave" report to Atlantic
their zone commanders and be- On the 4tlatl
cn a controlledd wave." As ad- ,e edje
~ tal relief workers -are need- .
RU! fM the Control Pointa they are A-
K dlqpatehed in these "controlled" -- "
L v kvW. Also, workers of the con- T* .o -w
d group must care for e be c
truction and casualties i
.WeIr zonae. Rigid control mega-
f a"gs at-e taken to insure that o S
iW t workers will be expoed to
*- xessive contamination thuM
t the "controlled wave". workers
S ,se'Utve- as replacements for those
in the disaster area.
t. With realism the keynote of
Vtqe entire exercise, over 400 c- .
- u,.t. tnie"s will be diatributedf
,ethfldoughout the area. Womenat e
H'abi.li rit aid workers will be d -
th Su tc'hed into the area to tiks VI M
AL!S r of these as mordnitors send
^II.Q!'tA of the numbers found,
-T "nVounded" will have the nature ''' fist "!
Mnd extent of their injuries ndl.. I cream
heated on cards and first Widets thk6ughoi
'will actually use the paper R.e tt H otel
treatment on them. ti a cor
Signs placed In streets will tell competng couni
monitors that the road is block- n .-have already
ed witti debris and no veil e h s i1dia Mrs
may pass until heavy t4uilliir t -wi the tit]
workers actually go tothe In VA oftil
and "move" the ed ed a
gigns will Indlcett t e ou
buildings and bs e
Afies will be te et

dergoing deployment to fend off
a possible ground-attaek. In addi-
tion, teaml htindred soldier will
Sweed -as litter bearers and re-
.ilt helpers atthe Control PeOnts.
Durifg IJaeRpot" the Albrook
o a Commander will dispatch

^ Ext each Diouaer Qontrol Zone
iltl take Oi g children
S. ,lCarj tnterttjbfished
Sto omate tn ft, diaste.
All =1tt1m nurser=e. on the
? ae,.Sdea *b1l be clode during
'M1a.Cm achlooln will be kept

efldren whol go to Pan Canal
chool~tWIl go to school as usual.
but wil'ze~ o- an air raid drill
h t lWtr= at .8 a.m. Also,
theae bldW ..'will take lunches

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competed for the coveted title,
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married to the leading architect
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away political campaigning reached a hign pitch this Canal Zone can lead a salor 0.o vey at been lndie W R
weei witn name-camng and smearltg as ine principal heights than frequent Mentioa In nil ury riling fin
bzgnuignrs. notea. A" fugitive a nt SM
t.lpusing political factions dug up all they dirt the General Matthew Ridgwfy, one-time l rest.
coui uUna or manufacture to hurt at otner candidates chief, paritibean Ohd, l hef r o A Apokema for
:a paia newspaper ads and radio programs. job In Europe, effective Je 1.e
-ie presidential election, during wnich vice real. This so ut the Important cold,
desu and assemolymen also will e selected tor fot the power the I SA ed lorces 10 Gr
bear terms, wil be neld zirst, on May 11, Municipal gave it to bly the lnobt battle-e to h
ejections will be held the following Sunday, May 118. eral in theV Alyy today. .
Jturing the 1948 elections the process was the other WhlUe other gender have to hark
u.,y around Municipal uirst, presidential second. No WorM We B dlee to teve-their btt Attorney'
explanation has been given or the switch. foranoe gwy bay command t ntIM "1v 95
0o- O the f Mbtihs nR ER.ong.Iv.
While the candidates were hurling verbal brick- He wafield commander of the EBghth A -u .O 'asedr W oif at
bats at each other the government came up FrI- its rout and recovery.. fnt ane p
any with a sweeping decree lobhibiting al de. Then Ridgway took over the desk lOb tt f
,monstrations between May 7 and May 25, limiting MacArthur, proved himself no mean a dlu o '
travel between the districts inate which eachjf incipient pro-consul. o
the Republic's nine Provinces is divided, closing Come to think of it, a man who has tke ant f
bars and beer gardens for 48 hours and Impos- both MacArthur pnd Elsenhower can, be -sat -r i'
ing other restrictions. really going somewhere. a
.Mnister o0 Government and Justice Radl de Roux really goin- o meweere. i
Sxpiained alter the decree was issued that the ban Eisenhower himself wa flying around t e -*jr A .
on demonstrations should have gone Into effect on ing his goodbyes. 5, 1 ." h
May 1, but it was held up to allow the opposition By common consent he had done a splehad B6, IJ oft bolate, who returned Oa ft
Civilist Alliance to go through with a demonstration little more than a year, of pemuading Europeans to week,4 ut en csdaa m
_ney had planned for May 6. turn a team front against the Reds. frO i t bhus. Whie
-io decree also empowered the government to seize He also quelled the ever-smouldering European fear and Alaskam othw eaf l tb ft
newspapers or radio stations through which any pro- that the United eStates would as rather fight Rusaia fledged httt. he iteIhm o.t
pagaimaa which might cause serious disturbance of as not. e
piolic order" Is circulated and named the police to Right pow roe doesn't wa$ to tight anyone, The 'Bon-B r' worke 6 htIp for several mtonh
.Lt ervise strict compliance of the decree. ever agab. That Dke peratded a War- weary while tryiar to regain cobfdence following a Series a
speculation was rife Friday night and yesterday people to gird themtels against another war Is losses in the r tn h latest fr e a
mnining as to whether the government contemplates testament to his pegrmUlIty. -- parent. to
tne possibility of seizing or occupying certain news- Such testaments to hias persbnal1ty from now L' In 1
papers or raoro stations during the elections or simply be rather les sterling. Int
issued a veiled threat to those who publicly oppose the Already his political o nts, in the United
government's candidate, Col. Jose A. Remon, through have started heaving ufiese wage-metred ..
nme press and .radio. which lately hae reced hone eprusne theW
Observers also wondered why such sweeping certain sectbrs Of the S Etas s -I" l f a Ad
powers were given to the police, which the decree Well, the Communists have hqve ome -
authorizes to adopt necessary preventive measures malodorous bricks at-Ike 1h their er to ne ket
to halt the spread of "false or misleading reports." European job. JA.
b o aIf a few United States citizens c eI'ver
The Republic of Panama lost its ace flyer Friday exercise of democracy edobllts If t h^ eltUb ,
Saiternoon when Marcos A. Gelabert. Director of Civil munists in brick-heaving. Ike can tae It
Aviation and flying instructor, crashed in a twin-en- Right now he's more ort less ft k-nd- "
gained Cessna on his way back to Panama City from Taft in the competition for delegates to e tim e years
David, Chiriqui. llcan national conference.- t cheat o
Gelabert had taken Minister oi Public Works Cesar General impression that if he copj the "he ng id eh ban
A Guilln and his wife to the Province at the other nation there'll be fewer snide comments -
end of the Republic and was on his way back to Pan- mocratic opponents than there have so f it saidadi
ami when he ran into a heavy rainstorm near Calo- his fellow Republicans in the contest or nt Wit p..la-rye 3nd
bre. -0 andOftout
-ie apparantely tried to land, thinlRng he had reach- The US steel industry whizzed at jet spLi i.
eu the airfield at Calobre five miles away, and ram- out of the courts Of the land. Th. " I
a,.-d into a small hill. No one seemed quite sure at any one timb al* den tint,#
The plane, which was owned by presidential candi ed the industry but it didn't matter all 911
.ate Rem6n. was completely demolished and Gela- because there wasn't any steel getting th
birt died instantly from the force of the crash. When way ..
Jound his body was badly mutilated. Last night President Truman put n egotl h
Gelabert flew to David in another plane owned by the union and the industry together In ck
Remon, but when he started out from the David air- White House, and told them that It theygae
port the plane developed minor engine trouble and he among themselves he was going to 1.
returned to the field and went off instead in the fatal workers a pay bike anyway. b
Ct'ssna. -.There Is, at last survey, a great deal ofho'ti. re.
'i, neral services and burial of the pioneer of civil smoke risrting over the Capitol, the White-
axlIaon in the Republic of Panama were carried out supreme Court, and most editorial offfices 1-
uth all the pomp the grieving Republic could muster tical strategy rooms. *.J l '
unier a heavy downpour. There is no heat and smoke rising over tiher 11
.Alejandro 0 plants of the United States. "as barter a ftMadl axd t* the _
Alejandro Mendez, director of the National Mu- -- lantrlL& f to give 'eW&a0Id 1 1d1
scum, was startled this week to learn that 200 The oil industry, too, was somewhat strikebound. or basetbaspdots. And he laid the bhe a or
pieces of ancient Indian ceramics and other There was talk of gas rationing In some parts. what cmaJld "demoralag" the athletes Ad Coach
articles he gave to a Florida State University The Air Force announced a slash in its flight traiM. Rupp,.e alunmi, and the townspeople of Lsibgton,
archaeologist had been valued at $106,000. ine schedule, consequent on no gas to make the pro- Kentucky.
.viendez said the report, which was picked up here pellers go round. 0---
from the Miami Herald, made him look bad. Most of This was adjudged a prudent move to meet the Red-haired 7arty stroked an even par 72 Tues-
the pieces were broken, he said, and could not be situatUon. owing to the fact that It Is election year, day to wint $2nd aliforna. Women's
vaiized at more than $1 each. and Congressmen feel there is apt to be.-dlacusslon iL .,-s5 t Minrneapolis
'F FSU archaeologist, Hale G. Smith, when pre- among parents of voting age if their otfspring ja' uder ]ai p ;, with
senYea with Mendez' reaction by the United Press in sent sporting through the skies with no gasoline. -- a I -wN --. w.,
Miami said the huge sum was the estimated Intrinsic, o -- i 'tat VIctoty by "ng a
not nominal value of the ceramics and that the col- The aviation world yielded one piece of good neO*,- g4, Si a W' 74 in
election he arrived In Miami with were Peruvian in the one piece of bad news. -s clunb d 8 0w1i.t o her a r job
majority. A British Overseas Airways Corporation Comet iLau- * .
e Peruvian ceramics, he said. were given to him grated the world's first jet airliner service, from LO.- it I er 4 in j d "tht ost thrill.
b. ,hn V. Carter, an American resident of Panama. don to Johannesburg, South Africa. li-hg t t'se me in ,
ndez wrote a letter to Smith asking him to clear BOAC outwardly treated the event with* alm no itN.ly o e olf by
up the matter, but up to yesterday he had not yet departure or arrival ceremonies, regular faces, regular tito. .etu t ,111. eM*on Of Sant
under a steady drizzle, passengers. Texa, fi hte d 11w 4.wlta V T:aiedavy.
.-- o -- The aviation world in general-was not quite so mat- FPr a a14 tetal, and rti a V Kirk
The District Court in Ancon will remain empty until ter-of-fact about the British airline's let-propelled tied. pr third w '. D MZaha-
a new judge arrives from the States. Three candl- leap 150 mph or more ahead of the ruft of today's rias whs next- with a -.
ciates have beep named by the Justice Department. transport planes.
A Kentucky State Police Commissioner, a Pennsylva- Panamanian. travellers may, before 9th end of The arraignment of St. ..t Fred.
ma lawyer and a formerly nominated judge who fall- the year, have a chance to sample this seon.wa. Salon echaes of inomiPost
ed to get Senate confirmation. Judge J. J. Hancock, hifh, es mph travel for themselves. :bSd aUtil May a2 ..
who lett Friday for the States, resigned effective April BOAC plans laying on a Comet .rv5 B- between .
23rd. Jamaica and New Test. before eudge
o-- With me change at Jamaica, travesy'Ins m Rant. sli sto.
The Voice ol America's "Courier" left the Canal PanamA will be able to use this service v the lar he court he
early this week for Veracruz, Mexico on the last leg way to and from the US. the idi1tme1t a 0
oz its shakedown cruise in Latin America reporting o was not tred t
a successful tour here. The bad news from the aviation world was of the o rd tfeha
-- o -- crash, with the death of all aboard, of a PanamA Pan 2d1rd11'C1-to a-a5 tou2
The neatly arrived Commander-in-Chief of the American World Airways' Stratoeruiserulr in Bral. S t. Lamb owner
Caribbean Command, Gen. Horacc L. McBride pin- It was the first time one of these big planes has ch of evading 4,60 ite and
ned another siar on his shoulder this week as the crashed with passengers aboard.
President's nomination of McBride to Lt. Gen- So far there is no authenticated account of how the At Buffalo, N.Y., basebU'alt minor ,, ee exe.
deral was approved by the Senate. crash occurred, though Albrook Field airmen who flew cut ive a l Geerial- "''i01 ut
So -- over te-wreek Incline to the belief that the a bfjla ort
Albrook a First Rescue Squadron was busy this week. blew up in the alt '
Two minor mercy misltens to Tabbga, and Madden It was PAA's uXury El Prealdente run wam Bfti ,,.. sk ay.
Lake, were climaxed by light '"B" search plane nos Aires. ew *-
joining the search for the crasabed PAA Stratocruiser Somegi 3 eesmI a hed for three 7 eays fteore the a et i W
E in Belean. Brail, The SB-17 with Its para-ned eam burned otrat ruler was first hted h In bewild n
arrived yesterday with a personal account roin the Interior Of at *.* wi' .
scene of the tragedy. Pa-iet Wre ka tO be dropped t anj t_,ft .J wnt'
S- Resagpatzons galore poured klo the Fauami Canal's gThe -i t a ap -a tseow N. .p
offices .his wee as over 1 ranes a ig-tme The i'l Tare rerted inho- r e.. p*s .
lsthmiarns resigned from Canal e ,., ' -_ frthtb -- t Ur...m.in.,-,-,.= ",, I,
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QUESTION NOW Are ftnabed, and the uncouth,
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zine) Will nt be sung so ms cally
Perhaps the gull, white upon in
azmre water. IUDE HAli. t
Or the loon, voting an ageless
cry; ANACAtA
Or the dark goose, spurning (From the Chrtst an ftlence
the mad earth's halter, (Monitor
May know a better end to why. Here white hoe down
| o? white b ;
For my thought ti lean as the white' reets yawn In sullght,
lost heawd running barefooted boys rs h. acres
A scent forlorn. Blood on the white fternoek;
pads and sweat large women with vast beakets
Cold as the hill where a robot balanced on their heads
wind is pruning walk the tightrope of day.
The last wild trees of our last Otheris allr s fence,
wild fierce regret. save for the bells
GILEAN OGA .. which ring Vne Pstngty,
soft sa er on soft at.
3th MAY, 1958 Far below a wind whips the *PmL f:ia lets of b t. 'In. t*
(From the Poetry ChaRO-Book) I Mut
May. thirtieth and Marlowe's into a. froth of flower petals. ,
done to death, Vesuvis leans, a vast Buddhla, Ur we b" dy em f Vrdte thumelves. Jandeist kIM .
The marvelous brain is spilled, above the blue bay. m ytos blame, P sa d wtioa aU7 s etN._74
the scorning mind,
The wild, impetuous, beauty- WINTe EMBR
breeding mind, |(From Irene Leache Memorial),
Forever darkened by a dagger Dep in this frozen scene, this
thrust. winterland,
Where trees and I are chill with IWP ef
After the day's carousing, after frost, and hoary,
the long Joy leaps no more, fawn-like.' /, *
And sunlit hours of potent talk Within our story REW PEARSON SAYS: tiMfan e WS d s I th l
and, wine, The very brook in chains; even DEW ARSN gSA 4t _LTl aiit ,Of
Walking at duskfall In the tar- its grand sehewer; 5is ti- U o I 3 6s
Kit m yard, r o iAllegro singing now made con- si.terr W _. .sl
from his three companions traband.. .... .e.ftmsbackward ha3*5* Mad.
went apart, And snow, like your loved ash, bard is.. O e
And slowly paced the Deptford annunciatory SH C n r
garden-close, Of fire extinguished and the NG sON S Le Mdan"Per
Feeling the cooling dew most lambent glory .1, U.S. th Pai Tr
gratefully Lt, and splendor crumbling in esdng ezpeknece with PtlWdent Tri. L
On fevered brow, flushed cheek earth's hand. gard Stateto Meen .. .h.o.r
andParched mouth, While vitiUg ithe Unit State$ of-
Breathoing tphe scentsthe eve- In grief I had despaired that was asked by the PresldImt to make .aMI*.hs La
Bro ning vapors drew yet an ember es before w men's clet k ns ti wo f
rom mint and pennyroyal, ml- Would burn through all the ash- the North Ata ic
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And esh roses. Watching But now a red-white coal, In M M estadid so, found women's group h i-
Ga l Sh iB uthow the dark ^frosted feathers, ponsive an I interested rted to t i-
Grew r, and the latticed, Sings fr hi m branch! Wa reed
Yellowquares. And I remember fettt rombDemocrati leader a met. t d..-
That were tavern windows grew A thousand choirs-that waken reaction fro Democratic leaders wh W
moife. bright; with his breath- nad one.
Rtalsing his brooding head to see Fanni hiring to flame, in Tey didn't lke my making t l t he 1010-
Shine o the hames and a .Te President thoht minute, t -a. r S

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They alop swiftly, horses of Ises above the mast. Maryland state penitentiary at sa.tt e, a
Outp. ..g Time the river in the sending her will, her prayer, .eston, which dates bak almost v
trice into the whirlpool flood, utionary days.Nmail-,
It takes for bone to sphnter salt on hereyessalt on herun- t hhwa5.N.J.,i-calledstat ieWNSIw "rhow VI
blood to spart. boundhair,which 3[ visited the other day, Is rela YlIkd- e, 41 deer. Wasi
The boisterous, braggart, ob- and in her mouth the bitte- 11n, built In 18W.
scene heresies salt of blood. But it sas an
The bludgeoning wit, the peer-1 ut it ndi aS outnOd ate .as an s- 1Nm
less prosody GERTRUDE CLATTOR. e an mng isuout of nded b question. Aftr
Built to use 709 eeS, a tot al o t l
are -m cramuiod behind Its dank w$00.
Herewith find solution to Sunday Crowwoyd PoS' ov of the pesf the RahWa 9 tWlei t" 4C
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SWhen it comes to bargain- Upholstered furmltMat Hter
ltuinng, ladies from Vella Vista.j ally goes to pes at the
the Zone and Calidenla are sis- Household ExcangMe. Work-
tea under thq skin. men take it apart, ;ut in new
"hat's what the proprietors springs and tlffing sad re-
of the Household Exchange a de- cover it with fresh fabric.
luxe used furniture mart, have A sofa costs $70taes o npenol
learned in just four months of and easy chairs about $35 each.
business at 41 Auto Row. During the put month a large
I. ell-heeled society matrons number of American couples
co0,,e in to "oh" and "ah" at have come here to help get their
the modest prices, as well as Lares and Penates set tip Ln
the quality of the handsome re- Panama City.
fir,.shed furniture. They are looking for values
..nd it has happened that like mahogany six-chair dining-
cha 'is and tables from RIo Aba- room sets, $75 and UpholStered
no households have wound up rattan easy chairs, $30 or there-
In Bella VisLa mansionls after about a little more- than half
undergoing the Exchange's spec- the price new.
FS Jal beauty treatment. With an eye to the future,
j- ohn H. M. 8crilbner, the own- these couples generally ask, "Will
er. and Mrs. Delia Akin its man- you buy the furniture back when
Sager, are openly pleased when we're cone With It?"
cUsLoomners look around and in- Mrs. Akin assures them of this.
quire, "But where's the second- There's somethIng new all the
hand furniture?" time here, since the store usu-
Yor to Americans the Ex- ally sells out its current stock
4 cliange's goods are more like every week and neWlyprocessed .
what you'd find In a leading pieces come out of thb work- *
furniture emporium on Main room as replacemehtLt ..,...
Street "home in the States" than The Household Exchange's tel. ...
in a second-hand store. e hone number-Panama 3-40.11 -
ret almost all the pieces here rlfIgs from 10 to 15 calls a day The Iousehekl Em ae, Panea's dela sS.m ud. .
once belonged to somebody else; from persons wanting to sell offt at O.Aute itew, St9 4 im
perhaps an American family their own floor at home.
leaving the "Zone or Panamani- Scribner promptly makes a vis- -.., P
ans who wanted a change. it and offers cash on the spot .
She Household Exchange does or a fair exchange on other fur-
for used furniture what- beauty nilture.
soap does for vellflowers--makes
them Irresistible. No trace re- D He's oartlularlj hapy to
ma!,s of their origlfel forlorn get childrn's pieee&T Tere's
condition. b.g business in baby cribs, he
Ur.e man got this aoint only finds.
too well after his wife induced He buys alldkind& of furniture
him to turn in their living room except refrigerators, stoves and
so a for a new model. other electrical appliances, hay-
efinashed and reupntolstered, ling no technician to repair such
this same piece shone with re-igoods.
newed glory In the Exchange'sj However, he has for sale a few
display window, electric stoves in good condition,
he former owners hanpen- The store quite evidently fills
ed to pass by the store at this a need here, because trade has
tarne. '.ihe husband did a dou- been brisk since it started in
bl--tPke. January. Even before it was op-
S:e what you could have en for business, people used to
done with that couch If we'd kept walk in and ask to buy.
Sit hike I wanted?" he reproved Often "exchange" is literaL
b.. s".ou:e. $Panamanians ar. happy to ac-
: 'U It requires the ex-,quire modish American- sytles
pe.. services of five cklled work- which haven't yet reached other
men to transform the Ugly stores on the Isthmus..
Ducklings that are brought in
TIro:'t ci, nnunities all over theI And Americans are delighted
Pacific Side. to get fine Panamantan pieces,
fun cole of carpenters and re- like a carved, black mahogany,
fin shers, a couple of painters, Spanish Renaissance style bed*-
and an unholr'erer--ast P-na-Irdom set, which is being diviaAd
manians--give the old furniture several ways among.buyers seek-
its rew lor.. gIng a conversation piece or their
Irs Akin points out that the homes.
1-L:s hold Exchange is tst the The Household Ekchange also
place for newlyweds to head for keeps a list of e ustoers' requests 1
al er tie honeymoon, because for particular furniture and t re- .. .
"'We have all the essentials for quently is able to locate a de .a..'aa .. m
a un nousekeepir -." sired piece. Recently, they filled Refiisahbers restore the beauty of a Fanamiait ea blrU&acksu
., faxed up bed with springs :wo separate orders for a Dun- st l1h
a. .. a rw,,ilt mattre-s s Ils for can Phyfe model orsk. --:
around $35. Refirilhed dressers Mrs. Akin, a pleasant young ". .
g ierpllv about $15 and chest woman, lad previs experIlence "
o' diav ers, $18. in this sort of work, running a
Ss."-' also makes new Hol- used furniture enhance for the
ly..ood style mahogany b e -d Red Cre Ia Lintma, Peru.
Sr.u al t16 The other day-a woman came
attresses are the store's best in the store and looked a biaj
s,.. z. I umnRated, rebuilt and puzzled, at a smart refinished
,, recovered, they're priced from chair, which seemed vaguely fa-
$!5 to $30-the latter for a lux- miller. l
ut ous. Innerspring double-bed In fact, she probably had been
a". "al thn. selis for $95 new. sitting on it not too long a@,
Some old Army dressers shed ,or as thle store knew %
tit." d .ab dark-brown covermn came out of the living room
I. n favor of new pastel finishes a friend of hers
The mirror was re-silvered ant But tl.e Household Exchange
this three-drawer model went on keeps Its secret. They didn't
the floor for $18. say a word.




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