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The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/00344
 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.
 Record Information
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: AA00010883:00344
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mawt a. Lea aM pethbbed a Ite eoder wesive, anow, a special goy merat bureau
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STHANKuOU! For no enemy oS .dIspatches
THANK YOUI its multi-binllo dollar-bombin,
The Elks Minstrel wishes to tke this opportunity to thank fleets on sentimeltal umirneys
the public on soth a Ye4 pf the isthmus for te wonderful recep- They want to k sbek outrwar pro
ton ive our show. Most everybody knows that an audience auction They w nt to storage our
can either a*e or break A perform .anc.s That Is why we in the where we're v ll a
,Minterl an so grateful to al of you who laughed and a laud- W without war bs, with
ed us through or esfu l apperandes. From the flr t how cboked'upt I we can't
at the NavT ital, then at Cristobal when the audience kept defend our t i as It
the showman sor almost three hours, and again at Balboa where pounds, y eal. Our de-
quite a few of the ast were strangers, the applause was still long fease plants ome t. h must
l ad bud from the OniUn chorus through the grand nale. be 5lispersd. AMlfor seyeralyear
aft i a M ararita was really the Olmax. It left now lrbfst ~i;; have been
n to be a dmsled. Being right at home helped a little, How- spread outt rate of our et-
ver, aiSin the audiEOnt was the prime factor. A more heart cent of the tot defense produce o
warming reception old not Paver been possible. So from the tivity per year.
S looks of thin as we printed in one of our articles, "It appears
*as though tlh Isthm waits more home grown talent, and the Despite the awesome power of
Elks from the Gold CaWt plai to make the inetrel an annual the new H-bomb, thenowmlitary /
S ,, ^ n e defense" iI oA the afhe of
affair." Withyour suuq we're sure it will con tnue.l, dee i f h l
The smn .sinc. th -lr bht o out to onr audience are lso Defense MobinIzatios does sot 'ink
Szt.aded to the St of N 84 Statimon for their wonderful It deed swi rtl o h s erically re-
7 (plgs"to bow lThefl Bs ^si a The Star a& erald, vamp i ts safety stanards. For the
to Mr. aialph Skinner, Brother Paul R mond. and Mr. H .T. Mc- moment atlst th bureau -
Kesale who made pos sble the pictures for publicity, and to the lies that t test Hbomb did
business men a t the Repidblie of Panama and the Canal Zone not display such power that the
for their wodrful support. In closi, lt s steal a line from old safety standardAsne lie re-
uterlocuto, r. Tcally. "thea tB you. pop wm Dfiul people, we in ofed. l l ge I lt
S one and all for being sgh a terr o s f le l. and If "e indus pial : I told that
6v6 need I friend" now to add nM, do a do l n yards o 0 .w ot er-t ..
gesteed, ut idst come to u ts and we'se wht 6. be done, tication dt osghta- of of .
14m again. __________
..., -- "The Cast of the Elk Ole The Minstrel". ments of thns ed t giOO I
STAMPS FOR A VYTSRAN r-su ais officially forbidden to use
1139 Webb Court, the phrase 'B-bomb."
Maltizb r".. IThen standards put a 10-mile By BOB RJARK
S: imit on d vastating destructiona if
Aaa dL bletd US war veteran in a hospital lere in Baltimore an enemy H-bob is s naked at "
I heerecently been collectlng usd stamps of all kinds. a radar. This Is bow the as I reckon It' a rigt to 6e s I dat ne that much nicotine In the Idea thatt goditsot
It will ha appeciated if you will send some rom the 'Canal figures: The target is in theater onbi, but trseem e ibt touh ft the ine beighica that to good it tsa
o alask your readers tosend any they ca. of a four-mild area in which 16,000 made a f tiab of it Inmeaoent weemlu ng candyy out a the e or Sour butgwehareIs
Tha you d ood hlh to you Myron Emwokers or send resients are and earned considerable dtsiew pactsL nonnal-aied ones that I biggest aid bqtefhLwha
.-.. w back; BrT~c -e- eoneditrated. To asperse safely, both at home and brod in the de r"odaln ano r'o l uexel phe
without economic strln, a bw process. You can overdo she, as We have never made any real the detr of glahtism to our over
y,,dl the 0-rn mav fromr t they've overdone it in Texas, effort to put out a very good mill crowded allies. An this form
SBig Breakfas An wr to Previous P le g of the four- mile circleA where everything has to be bigger cir in Amerlea, when th indica- ed one-of the baisorces anti
SBig Brokfas. .I ab nythin ee, anywhere, and tion is that they'd be gobbled tp. A aerl trItar a b the
In instances of big r ciUes, of where--as some irreverent sl ou can't call a-Ford or Cheve te the o sad narl
A O Spred for course, e of hir it s o once remarked, tting stoned r "Smal," hot in the sense that the hin our bmk to our
.4 Populsr 4bird oee movi $ r a wrd beyod each -l. Brit .rn th he a .
Wbreikast W epa rate of t cnentretion or I was just Moelat the small-ar thtde s to zeu

1 Ge brilakfast Ta Yf f, e, -O D cls ly-i t the 4tlage extraa ismh_ .aib dnab7 de1 t
combination 3Broad smile 'target area." Despite the horror California _paphlet on tht 611V& ono to Eurbb1.e Ja10

1 Uwa.... T.itl.. ni e db e ryecn oS f u t l A y Na res orces. in h e tr IGTNl A' Extedigte Kain4b, warid e i'.' st
S7r oceancleainduced bya the rce4pe thsrmonu e inu. y_, T seems to We v o s greatest show on ma h %t
fonridd Ocer name Ixp lo os', the O I s.il ie e rM a salritml og e any euA, the b I. esterha ndise, .

S m rem s slowu are s by re o at oa lem d planted lath bc. ThS may en se ti
I a se need be no hh ry. ys o tte a among i the mu. Inm plo, dlnU, eanmsuo p c, w ll oss.e. th a; i etof t atil, l ra
Of--2co. .; -el..., oro111 to MONOu_. .t. -1 aW4 and,

i w fe. os ad ..o war ,aoutip tanning Mapgh li d to ,founder n country was so sprawling and for n t years, mnmg the
84 hea ard e a d f their hom_ average e Brta. o und"e is redre te w few of us in It in n. .the hu kars be to s g the

6 tawot be mi.e to fow ac tsouresumbo. and any cigarette that ln't begnning thr i the broad lonei nes praises of everything that may be
SM T 11a n o it to tor eervous. Certainly, t seen only through microscope
Be nto sparsely populated inland cec these 4ays, although I must ademt advertising business ha; fostered on a clear day. o
41 Obtain Industrial D's version Committees IW fleIme in
45 Man'srname across the U.e. These are usually W*WyV Law makin g
SPaldigit representatives and sometimes city t ad
It msi47 name ,e diased soucesr of supply for

S Jwe Water. 48 HPrl dlt government o u i eeals. n nmel ia k
T c al oftheseplan ng Evoryt Is us A b'

S i l i hand Air Force i lltheo WASHINGTOt r -(Na lA) Ther e Extendig the Koreuan i war misse dai revels th is f ther status of

fruit Ditsralowtn ComtG in Pre'aet iseanhowe's until 1958 ltatlons April 1:
5 fower .ra oh reed called Proi middle-of- the-road n program i on site of nte n m forces. Fifteen measures k Davte been
86 ReHiIs ject East River. It worked on the are the onumer rtio n bus ws Inca l the b trowag power passed the Soenate but not th
7IndIan weht haunting teord y that an 'H-bomb the President uhas made four no of Commta y Credit Cor n. f or. They are

SON ,hit rNew York What was destroyed legislation Irg his vari sta. tf atiw eos of the wfmutual a r. Th e St. Lawrence seaway. i m-
t ^wnps which could impair our defense the union, budget, economic and 1t patn with Korea. provement of conservasoreactvee
sppe work? This was outlined. Maps spea mssages to Congress. liatie aI d extensito of excise ns public grazinglands t m rue-
I eft aon were prepared. They are grouped undfolr the l tax rat es te rog in April. i prn of new tankers for merchant
mi_____________________________ It______ mda main headings oh national security, Eves tal last mentioned item marine. Modificattoe of Sebueenea
AThie committee, which coverIed veterans services, l te hatlaat v- was ot a s d according to the and Exchange lawou Self-gover
W emtern Connecticutk Northern fairs, social security, adtaoung, Prsident a recommendation. For unct for District of Columba. Im-
New Jersey and Southern New education and research, fagS It will reduce government income ieanty for congressional witnesses.
York, then outlined the safety se is measures, natural t d air aver mated in1 billion a year Thesn e ar day. ve ed the
Si thte entire sector to which y transportation and comunlrcause a ger deficit than use but not the SenatCustoms
SIsense, th' e dil sw on carefould bytake government, civ rights and T e and hs par ead- program. ol ceaservation cooper
0 Oae iethIm iof economic er'ms civilian t ve reublated a thC gs sa- pison with the stas. General tax
Ma' nam eI 1 acros scotr. heUTeTheseadrusualtorlys"-nreviion. Revialom federal-stae

4m aoasms m eatde t i .!on the enatm and m gemntt of relationship on employment sec
i sesainvd olved were gram, the number of preside a -the-ro ad" intram ty. Extension of rygottn t.
4 Hr ast wh r could get proposals can be run up to thpt be "he for a Aer- Increase of federal debt imit. Re
SAmy. Navy and Air Fthey could even 5WAS. TheINGTON were, for insta) e, le." GOP tp r mea ave alro vision of D. C. revenue laws.

forebiddenl to mortkiatlon certif- irsoeci3le tax proposals an $Dbe Jthy1at campaign orators
afruitI to help pay for the shifting Piesdent's inreiet message. mP als on the liansAtruc- Some 35 other measure have
S owof their defense plants. One mddlof the-ro called fP r gefl t eblevm t of the admini- one through the coaltte hear

reform of the tax structure. The tratina and lass lime on McCarthy- ing process in branch of Cov n
It must be unditoorked thatn thes.ae bi which the House Wa and a. grs or -the other, and been it-
e w Indian weihtork. M at and we en- out called for 3erdent changes i or If this advice is any goodrp. t will House has about measures as its
Shgaged i noe-defense proydutlais tax law. So the numbers gate Is I eboee the RepublfaO leadership pending buslawres. ihe Senate has.i
wcan only work hard at civil de. a little e sniloy and the count omifts altyspa lingin Congrea. toget it.
I ji work? Thlas how to u andage realist.s i buay ted pruCont Otherwise, there Thie remain U principal mcas-

their fellow mat Actually therein The Important thing a t-thisWMay be Moting constrnatove to talk ears nl the Ei senhoer progra m
ttle left nprepre.w but to pray that listing that as f punl 1 th rat l iong theof newumbter Ton mer couhant
.that s' day soon the world wil only five aof the Presidentaas pie' slvtelke std Congress hae bee stm marine. Modfplace alos legislative
be free those who think Icn tcoerm s posals. *, eS liaway with l cAd pto _th e s with little e ladw. ffca.em that

of target where woma n and little In all. Codgresm has pa5eeh, W ht .1 the Coness Iom mup anything at all will p he Smtl about
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At the rodding of Cvil Defense
oeU Val Petersao, however, the
President final overruled the
Army and Navy.
What makes the film shocking,
however is the fact that ft shows
only a baby -bpmb.The March 1
blast was four to five times more
powerful with a fireball larger thap
the entire area of destruction at
Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
Despite his blad denials, Sena-
tor McCarthy h ibpasmed out Poll-
tieal favors to Pvt. David eShine's
millionaire papa, J. Myer Schine.
For example, MCarthy Interceded
to pedite action on a eonstuc-
tion permit for a Schine TV sta-
tion In Albany, NY. In return,
McCarthy has flown around in
Schine's private plane and stayed
at his fashionable hotels-without
paying dime. It used to be
considered unethical for a govern-
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iH aely rpettce thean .a-

Ivieita eved numerous smnlari-
St 6 e aiudsa tpufts e ,d of
"anddi nt.d t h.e u t laer p .es ofu
inatern adfon poantkd the muuFar lA
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al n a of trhefls ib am Ain that w wlbe adde
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own tcountir to wbtteiev ht
aree bhn insat apn ando as. u
or t te rf. ith ll- d eono
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t eduao&iiovernient&Off idn
nrnMiaB e of learned soctie
a othat mueetual esnficee between
|countrte d is aterw growth .
~ I r l I dA *l t .pecialy so be addedl-
I I L L twoead unatry w h
1111 EarlerJh .eDhtd intenea. nd au

SthAtrfore, a pardonable fitie ve
I,e And a country wch ints he

that w a erful in the world today
diwon h faels saglreli la that its
unptclald sper t'. notd
lmelra eeind numerous and ilar
in h the r imes and purposeof
iand tho MUote iaa."kee
uvernmants a nda e mutual

affe the adso a f athe other
W"itheye ars, and aded

The two nations"lieve in do-
m0eraEy, both in spirit and as a
technaiquea forpolticaland cons-
mie progrss." ]ehte said. "We
also aree srhat we should seek to
p"est the disaster o third
wridd warn."
Earlier John D. Jernep, dew
SAsslatant Serstew ofstate
Afriean Affai, told the deleEitus

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,- maintainedd that as ang as
we Atp no s coe f Jl7ad we
woud not have to 2i11 minu
s e., star tihe sBIZ. this
,.Met" qut i. r 4b eard ple
I.t frOen w r three wild
I s a am the dle d there-
r las t M r. st round
pla7. The py ead of me
care sIa gtuen.h t9L Jt two red
teedown on o e e and draw
two replatem< t before doing
aa ng ese.1 i a try to put
down two a eeadaa a coeflTisat
m tdto thotedu pile.
"tdhe oppnente m," that I am
not aiwowed to draw'rfrgm both

S rule is intave of my cor.
reponde~t and oft other is
a Tt. Toatd should nrake every.
O the first quso my read-
er way just as'eiag as she could
be, When a player gets a minus
score, she has f .eAept it. There
id no such thing is saying that
you won't or do't, have to start
agme with a minus score. This
Is lu as logical as saying that
you won't takes a bad hand on a
Tsday or whei the moon is full.
e rule is that you score every
hand as it comes along. If you
get a good score congratulations;
f you get a bad ore, my sym-
pa In either case, accept the
score and go ahead with the next
hand. If you try to wriggle out of
your bad scores, the opponents
will have Just as much right to
talk you out of your good scores.
On the second question, my read.
er had the right to take the dis.
card pile. The replacement of the
red threes was not a play but was
just a preliminary. The play
doesn't really begip until you have
replaced any red three that was
dealt to you.
HIf you get a red three later on
in the course-of a had, you must
replace It from the stock pile and
then you are not allowed to take
he discard pile. Once you begin
to draw from the stock pile you
have committed yourself to a
course ei action, and you cannot
during the same turn draw from
the discard pile also.
Church Ceaoperation
This hamlet with a population of
78 has dedicated a non-denomina-
tional church seating 100. The new
Grace Bible Fellowship Church
has no debt. All work on the bull-
g was donated, and much of the

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Sef-Veafilatin, Hyilenic, Cod sall

Cathedral Pt F around the earOer frew rfih FM

o ,ad e f h
d1 support o* Roosevelt n.d
Choundn plus hastecent re-h
S hl abo r the Aerl oan fore
oDaoraticP Action represent-
ed an attempt to )proveP art
rgrity and a=et s clear who
Demera f the party.
I am.at unrelated,"
he alswered ea making ieo
attempt to wield personal power.
I aml ust otryln to do my beat
Condon e musiureo e n -."
I a th erthey conscios of the

the United taes"nMi that thell
tte m on. t s o e pat-
eI demst to rather way ofatlife
doperns In large pan tan the
way the parties are run."
Mitchell reientl* said that the

ocrathic Party. He urged person
sympathetic to the Democratic
policies to work within the par-
it p roper. Mitchell's remarkste
ined Indignation among some

o atite pellalso called n eo onm-
Sleely unnrue," a ebarge that

witnate noic testo n secatiuri
ty prownds, lla
Condeath on's admn stratveas-

sistant. Paul Ward, said yeater-
day that the National Commit-

Snest Fr.,a apspoeed cn ussto-dayl-
the "doublecrossed Condon.
W ard said In California that the
draw supn port of Condon If areas
agreed not to ask the national
organization for campaign help.

Brownell Wants

give the courts power to impose
idhe death penalty on peons con.
evicted of peacetime spying.
In an annual report to congress,
he also proposed that the 3oyear
limit on prison terms for wartime
espionage-now the alternative to
a death sentence-be removed.
The maximum penalty for peace.
time spying now is 20 years im-
The House Judiciary Committee
last Friday approved an "anti-tral-
tor" bill requested by Brownell td
permit court use. of wiretap evi-
dence in esaponage and treason
cases. The House is expected to
consider it early this week.





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na iflrtno akin blem bas much a.
Karaa. Pmlea*R. Rash, RInfworm, flB
Puol.sia h Aou. eBlackbead*, Scbi- *
and Red lotoha. Don't tot bad k a W ski
make arou f*e inersor and aue 7ou
to :lo t o riend*.*. lAnd don't lot a
bad sda make pol think you are iB *
diseased. our kin soft and
smooth with NI xnaM, reent cstae-
gif Ameriaan devyeloBmekt^ .d|
NIXoftM lo t *d7i=ne td. differ r- \ 0.47^
t fior any elntment rou have e ver -
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Skill Make Paris

s 2e Z = r Gb leaves for
Film Festi-
I&tollBt and she said $t would
by omm al airliner, not in
ybwyPorflrIo Rubirosa's pri-

I M Gbor .divorced last week
flp3 astr deorge Sanders, ar.
in New York yesterday from
and denied emphatik-
she came here to see luhi.
.ps., uIe.-. arated recently from
-ltrn Ba*ara Hutton after ?R
a7 eI- merriasge.
:Bndee &Ms Gabor, whose name
Id linked romaneall y with
IwMzoa be-e, dur40g and after
I kaei to M button had
te De nn1 n diplomat re
B&ut sh went instead to her
-'phere she
RioPan actr e 'told re-

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ihaebl na e WSW

a don

If you daughter Isn't getting
alat well with girla her own
aMe, don't offer sympathy and
the assurance thatthe other
girls are lust Jealous of her. In-
stead, help her to discover the
mistakes hIsa making in deal-
ing with others.
Leanito to get aleng with
tbhem in an apertat part of
eduestle--eand one where home.
week seestsa.

WIDOR, Mass. -(UP)- Her-
bert Packard a retired mia-
'I" serving as pgesar at the
a r aIgbr s eniame Iow. Re
n r -prea ed a SMimnute
sermon wimest tie aid at a sagle
Mass. I

Frch Monk

Raises Funds for

Paris' homeless
PARIS. April I (UP) -Abbe
Pierre, friend and often the last
haven of the poor, the hungry and
the homeless of Paris got a help-
ing hand yesterday from the rich,
the talented and the generous.
A number of famous French art-
iss gave paintings and etchi
to be sold to raise money for the
poor. The sale ended when about
6,o0o,000 francs ($17.14) had been
French crooner Charles Trenet
= t the proix pime of the col-
o portrait of Abbe Pierre
by famous Caiolic artist Georges
lnua.U It coat 1,7m,oO ftrans
Other works sold included an
etching by Henri Matisse, a Ma-
nesier draping and works by
Marc CbagalU, Dnoyer De Seeon-
sac Van Dong and LegueaoL
Abbe Pierre ll use the money
to build te-psrty shelters for the
"sans logss" the bmeless of Pa-
The t berde mO in
suddsnly thra aNO nations
pmInence 1- W b-rg y dasnftF
b t cr d here whimi n to
p Iu d 'QIS #oe the por An
doon O Iy wok he avers-
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It pays

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1951 Ford Tudor Sedan. Glistening black
finish, tailor made plastic seat covers.
Now tires. You must see this one at
only $1025.00.

1949 Lincoln Fordor Sedan. Luxury at a
price you can afford. Yellow-black
finish. Spotless interior, radio, wind.
shield washer, WSW undercoated. Too
good to miss at only $850.00.

1951 Mercury Sport Sedan. Carefully driven
and in beautiful shape. Radio and
plastic seat covers. An outstanding
value at only $1200.00.

1950 Packard Super Eight Sedan. Executive
car with low mileage, beautifully cared
for. Radio, heater, seat covers, spot.
light and ultramatic no shift transmis-
sion. A truly luxurious car for only
1950 Pontiac 8 Streamliner Super Deluxe
Fordor Sedan. Brand new avon blru
finish. Blue & red plastic seat covers.
Rain vents. A low mileage car at a.
real saving $995.00.
1948 Plymouth Special Deluxe Fordor Se-
dan. Two tone blue paint, plastic seat
covers. A real transportation bargain
for $450.00.


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our Oespesuve pvso a view. m-
it is the fredoa, the independence
and the. democracy of India that
we eiasider essential and that we
shai strive to support to the beat
of our ability."
Jordanian Ambassador Ritfali
charged that Israel was setting up
her state in violation of the Un-
ted Nations resolutlim on Palestine
and was planning to expand still
further at the expelas of territory
in the surrounding Arab countries.
He said Ul. aid-to Israel would
cause Arab unrest throughout the
Middle East.

Ambasador Luce

Talks WNh Scelba

For 90 Minules
ROME, April W (UP)-U.S. Am-
bassador Clare Boothe Luce con-
ferred for 90 minutes yesterday
with Italian Premier Mario Scel-
ba who is preparing to submit to
parliament a measure calling for
ratification of the controversial
Europeah Army plan.
The visit was the first of the
American Ambassador with the
ItaHlian Premier since the was at-
tacked in the Italian press and by
Communist Senators last week
for "meddling in Italian affairs."
Scelba is expected to deposit the
Americab-backd European De-
fens Community (DC) treaty
with parliament, with recommen-
dations for itsa ratification today.
President Luigi Einaudi first
must sign the government's bill
calling for the long delayed de-
bate of the measum which would
place Italian troops in a common
West Europea defense force.
Bearmed German troops and sol-
diers of four other nations would
be Included in the unified defense
It was believed It may be as
much as slz months before the
EDC treaty actually comes to a
vote in Italy's parliament, unless
the government requests priority
handling of the measure.

Good Idea
(UP)-G. .I Girard's stationery
is hiscribed as follows. "God bless-
ed Ameria. ... Well protect it."

sg s^ twiifu f her peeture Is l"eliy to *1p.6 wubw pwl ewit hA i
W M. pe d by the eeOmm ents ef odes and typewriter, e esily dele4
r ldw- walk (left) that i meet unattractive. An, thug he sn !
t k 0 ear .txMIwLKtf, ts woebegone walk takes an ell e her. te. O the
M lj B !?.*11fo rhtkno howntoiput ba foot ftard graelly (ri t) I tstfying
d --w s and Isuring .er chum rtai". ______ _,
4 M 2 ,'1S a 1f I be balanced upon the legs. There-
t'. 1 Vt far | I fore you should lead with your legs
a #easeel i t v not with your body. when walking.
akt la- w |_pro-
h eie wrih a Many people make the mistake
akt cle w ill of walking with heads thrust for-
h w to de- ward. This seems especially to be
l Moae pon. the fault of the busy career girl.
One wonders if she thinks she
e might win the race against time
SA HARMT by a nose.
SStart revamping your walk Ing
To. eern to walk well, don't think W habits by learning to lqad with
yiMiMt .4rst learn good posture. v your legs. At the same time, stick
21W,!&o ar* so inseparable that to tie straight-and-narrow path.
Selp proving the one To accomplish the latter, run
Sat Im the two balls of string the length of
your room, laying them about wo
ef starting to Improve your Think of your body as a group or three Inches apart. Walk back
l ways resolve not to look of blocks that wil tumble unless and forth along them, toeing that
r'A r 2 pect to practice balanced perfectly. These blocks string line. Do this as illustrated
em er two aspects of graceful won't tumble if you persist in ar In the diagram wil this article,
waRing soe e tm before going on ranging them improperly but their until walking In this manner be-
to ~ eri eu conscIentiously, disorder will be felt-in backaches, comes quite natural to you. The
esho.M aehievr a graceful, na- shoulder strain and aches in the shaded footprints in the diagram
al wa ithin a few months, no legs and feet. are the pigeon-toed and flat-foted
M er. Now, the body in motion should ways of walking.

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There's a final, haunting echo to Then Joan and I went upstairs, the Rome fW aper T3 mi. -
that delightful Rodgers and Ham- to a room that had been fi::ed up today.. "* ,
merstein show. And that's this for refreshments. We had a Coke The brief ne* aaid th od
question-how come they didn't use and a cookie and she told me la-an ea Pa et
composers? coincide with Block's air time The rt i as ahis per a a oel etlrIl Uoe"Rt
school had been insa dither for a i t le bahratisonea WN t he..e..p to.. -'f-
Dick's own choice is 'You'll week Mplancear (Year ed a lloowromatllebnreaations *wsth talaeAS
Never Walk Alone." while Oscar ,w.s MhoY ul ha
leans toward both a"Hello r Young h Y hodhavd baeen-ore earl. avef be m
Lovers" and "The Surrey With the ier, she said, excitedly, "when Os ....atore a d
r e w o a sn B arton ca mel S h e w a s w e a r -tiit iys auu n d i l w s lo Brhe ... "-
Fringe On Top." None of them ie Brton cae. She was wear- f li ut tie under ew Wet
ere sung o th bi show an ng black satintightb. You should the prehibitO ithe Cat .
roadway is curious about the anhave seen that. "church, which ne mthe l i Kent of t ba
emissions. trine of the Devils eventual sal. their iatnuments, f dtA
ion.Back downstairs. Block was stillU vaton as a heresy centuries ago. to Wet Berlin over
Maybe they'll get to hear their trying to keep the kids quiet. They Osservatore said th e boo" was fi d and tl morni gJo helda
favorites, when they make good. di covered lithi t a slight pressure of Cruditie s .. r ranblte t t i omre an d t .uWe 1
tagnes theb lin o n the balloons broke them with a rather base, cunning; no dv fo- D aien Atme rie canp to a
Henry Morgan says his best dandy bang. Joan, a dutiful offi- (tlur but rather calculation." their aeape to treedo .
friends tell him to get out of tele- cisa confiscated a balloon from a Papiil's relations with Vatican Band leader Walte revealed
vision. "But I've got a better youth who had balloon-opping circles have been i h arrk dt dby that the d mnmer secoh ratnd -
friend who says stay In-me." written all over him. She also dramatic highs an. lows. A free dtert .
potted some lap-sitting going on, thinker and fiery critic of Catho- out the baus draft-he lct fl o A
The circuas-in New York it's and put a stop to that promptly. licism In his youth he made lie. hist ou e badtbe to
called "de oicus"-has cometo ary history with hirecantation ring ty ec B S
town. And for your further en- Everybody seemed to be behav- inm 1920 in his "Life of Christ." ed to quit the East Zone,. s.
iguhtenmenl, I asked Dick Barstow lng fine and having fun. Except The book. translated into all "We were banned three times
who stages the big Ringling Broth- Martin Block. European languages, Armenian for playing American Jam and
as and Bartum and Baley o and Chinese, still is a best-seller modern dance music, and in Feb. a
bow to watch all three rys at A man in Philadelphia is using throughout the Catholic wo r ld, ruary they banned me for life,
onceTurns out I grosslyuee TV as an alibi. Claims he was Prominent critics have described and all members of the band ex-
timated the production. Barsto watching "The Life of Riley" at it one of the best books written on ept our vocalists were barred
ays their are actually nie psnts the time the police say he was en. Jesus hrist. from accepting other dance band
sf action-three rings, two sages, gag ed ina spot of robbery. If he's It was in the "Life of Christ," Jobs. That as when we decided to ALLE UOm
three aerial positions and the track telling the truth, he's suffered that Papini first mentioned his gt out, Walter sajd. _
around the rings, enough, intention of writing a book on the -
"For a spectator" Dick says. vince Carson is a young singer Virgin Mary., L. ._
"there are really 10 places to now at Frank Dailey's famous SLAdP__,___ ____- I %KaW5d
watch-the nine points in theare- Meadowbrook. n New Jersey. Car-
oa, and you've got to look for the ?on used to be an automobile sales. FRESH- i _STAYP;l
peanut endoor. man. 'sjust landed his firstEI I
e TV Job-a commercial for Ply- f .S dl GROUND-
If you can imagine such a thihg mouth. And his first record, "Have 0-- 5 ... -
a.', dpublic-spi ithdbaclookya ith," is on the Cadillae label.,F em lii s l0Ts a
to Hounter Colege High By now, he's probably so car-con. U ii mod y mllediwW
-e watch ABC's Maf. Wscious that he gargles with high P.MUfrFesh
't work, He t ior i that octane., Io
da.n.' biTiene to soothe the__
slb io ldn.ear thel iBquennt. so let's -r-'- 1 1
rERJ, 00"riczaM chedw dances. 7
s%=rtoie and his |PURE, FU
a danee, and Iwent'e IDI .Insi On c:
"mg' d','e. 3 el 2008 s ramo- r.STRENGTH '\
fefM i li l ,ni

pretty vice-president of H HS's made $r q. uwlutvaqed I bosG
=mweral OrLanization. Joan Karon M,. jjm sh h em n
-"apeled like Leas Caron, only lowr boo, lou ouI exce 61111 4 C0401 and p d di .
With a K." There was also a girl 5" Isftoulr eunl our Mr^ 07I ricUw Havorl ^ r
thoil.ySllio1A1k6V3ds o4ts to dnes aUn
ita tray of cookies-or should s o -ili S"IAL .It6*The
haIt be 'koekies?" Inside were two AM is T mO
iyms, fancied up with balloons and "re Scuds urine u1i Getn f A1t 'QW bO O
haves and Mortin Block. to% AA Cf. %C A
Joan led me over to where Block Or hjralt, B 7th LVI. NEW YORK Sbgtmmasld
w g to broadcast. The kid5 s, t -a_ Y...t-w a 0thst. S tN W Y Or r p ; .-
prow.stl,.Yhe boMadas.you Thelkyorne ...I
eie'd tsnJammedb around. listeninrgu trp betS r In l watways:I p TINES SMAK AtUI CTM YIl / .C M .rt *
and talking but not doing mucf urd #,C lais0 Out 'n ON TIE S EAR l IO CT h T
dancing. They made so much noise I mle .7'O,' *r*.* "-' . ,-
you couldn't hear the music. Block e Meu" t w'-r to yfL
was trying to get them to ssssh. tw e lby It awhm un ____ -n .e It i... hly n
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Sark Nets
SMr. ad Ma. DOulas S. Smith
amaes e the bi rf their bourth
child, second dauhter, Jeae
Ann Smith oSunday, April 4 at
the Panama tsteL
Retaon Ye A "
' 0The Csauelfbt *h Ar atlas
Embasony, Mr.j U H thir
Tamuly ha m the Isthmus S
Bun"s. eAuf aAfter
having mp h tout duty
in Pnamn.

Cathedral Cair m gang
The Choir d the Cathedral of
St. Luke. A n will present se
elections from the Passion o St.
Andrew" by Johann Sebastian
Bach, under the direetioa of Mr.
Earl Keee, ranst at the Ca-
thedral on Pald unday, April 11,
at 4:30 pJn.
SSoloists will be Marta Spoel so-
o o, and Per-Olaf Borg, bass.
Ver; Revered M. Richard
MacDonald will be the narrator.
The public is invited to attend.
OrgnaluatleMll MatinS
For Historeal Bm t
A. persolp m the Ithmus who
are intresd In orgasoMn a Pa-
nama Canal Hastorical Soiety are
invited to cttd. a meting to be
held Wenesday evening at 8:00
the Hotel Thb, Anon.
This .maig will be held in
honor of the okltimers e the Isth-
mus, both t eo who am in resi-
dee here and those who are
Sfllowing the Goethsal
Memorial Dedication.
Weopa's Ahllary
To Meet Friday
, The Woman's Auxiliary d the
St. Andrew's Bpiseopal Church,
Cocol, wall hold hia sualar monta
ly meeting s F y of this week.
at 7:30 pjn., ineat ( the usual
.mtiac- y oB.'Ctw lam the
Parish al. is the
AlI women f ti Clrch are
cordially mvIted t.atteud.
14WC seFm M
-Th BalaWmans'Women' s
emer-are OpAm t -at the
A dombe. at oui f.of
Ma jla le an e a W
ne. a meet .

The Balboa Woman's Clb will
hod its regular monthly business
meeting on Wednesday, April a.
at 9:06 a.m. at the Jewish Wet
Board Center, Balboa.
An election e asw officer will
he held a thief meeting a all
memwerh a asked to be present.
As Ad rafta S iM eth
The Arts and Crfits and
the Uarden Group toe mlbo
Woman's Club wi ho ts regular
monthly methag o April A 2at
3:03 a.m. at Farfaa. B t h.
Metal emnboesn under the to-
telage ao Mrs. Raph t will be
contruoed at this meeting.
Thoae tplanai to as d an
reminded to bring their lanch.
Lac nee April 17
The Fort layton Officers' Wive
Club will holdits regular month-
ly luncheon and business meeting

An eotira o n oaies. for
tbs. group will be eld owing
which a bingo Same a be play-
Hostsr "s or the luncheon will
be Mrs.Lorraine Smith, Mrs. Ma-
delyn Swartz and Mrs. Tulsa Spier.
Alpha Chapter Nticee
The regular bi-monthly meeting
of the Alpha Chapter of Beta SIgma
Phi will be he ldTuesday, April
13, at 7:30 p.m.. at the Curundu
ChaSer House. Those who are
unable to attend are asked to cont-
act Zoe Ann IarLt.
Dw 10
Dwert Brichma
T ress Pr t Fear Wives Club
Miss Dorothy Brickman will ad-
dress the members of the Point
Four Wives Clb at their regular
monthly meeting on Thursday at
the USO.JWB at 9:00 a.m. in an
illustrated talk on het "Travels in
Garden Cnhb To Moeet April
The Cardenas River Garden Club
has postponed its regular monthly


' United ati survey .made
pablct today.
Of these. 1,W3=w are Germans,
somte aiS, are Japanese and ft,-
000 are Itam. .
The estimates were mada by
the West d emsa Japesanm d
Italm m La a to the U.N-'s
tie ," war. ~l sled a- f.
"n secret e-ri eNm today:
Russia coidedn the eemmis-
im's week "illegal.

I CommSuiM char
a was soe of five
Sntote te Red baln o
urised sone on a "nr

all lathmlant a ,
dulta and-aen e
tarrt Duttinr up

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The traitial Passover Seder
for lty pe s m ad, t
tamale%, hawond by the Nation-
aI Jewish W wt DBoad, Will 1
held teeh o one Stir-
say. ApuiJ ?,; at i:S p.m.

Arme Forces Service Ce 2-.
1M before April 14 for reserve.

Lift Up Your Hearts

(A fetlae of the Panama
Al g reparposed by thi Rev.
S9,m,, m isial ibh
of & INewIlT

"Me that eth a hisWe shall
Ibe Itbut be leIat lifWe
lfr my make, a.l" fHld It." Rad
EL. Matthew 1637-3.
The above words of our Lord
were explained by a little girl to
mean: "If we give our lives for
in-we will find our lives in
Heaven." Yes-abd we will also
find them on earth.
To lose life means to end one
life and start another.
There are two major times lan
human history-before Christ and
alter Christ. In the game way the
life of man who somewhere alont
the way accepted Christ should be
divided Into two times, be fore
Christ and after Christ-the reign
of self and the reign of love.
That is why Jesus told Nicode-
mus, the learned and scholarly
Jew, the he had to be born again.
Nicodemus said, "How cap a mba
be born again when, he Is old?"
Jesus said, "Except a man be
born of water-bapted-and ofat the
spirit-renewed in his heart--be
cannot enter the Kingdom of God.
What is it that we desIre most
in life? Can it be that it is being
more C rist-like? If that is what
we reallBy desire, then let as do
something for Christ' day. God
be praised for having provided
bundres of opportunitie for _er
one of us to do things for
lonin ,t. direction wis r
boiurda in t .L If IS live o n
pe ^AtwWV,
ae 'ife B r we are
ble lev our dt
Is- vi s t W

ur l and eaing o u
But what of those who find a
new life in ChriSt? They are made
new by Jesus Christ. What they
want to do and what they ought to
do are one and the same thing.
These are the Spirit-led. Spirit-
tpught people, who are the hap-
est, and the most lovable, and
the most relative people in the
world. They have found their true
life in Christ!

C(i's FMcler 1

bond For Trial

On Embenlement
CLAYTON, Ala. April 6 (UP)-
Royall Reynods, the disappearing
banker of Clio. Ala., waive a pre.
luminary hearing on embezzle-
ment charges in Circuit Court to-
day and was bound over to the
Barbour County grand jury.
The grand jury was expected to
miet later this month.
Reynolds left Clio in financial
chaos early last month when he
disappeared, leaving his uninsur-
ed and unbonded Merchants' Ex-
change empty of cash and rec-
He returned to Clio 12 days la-
ter, was arrested on three embez-
lenient charges, and freed on
$7.500 bond.
Some $75,000 was missing from
the Exchange upon Reynolds' re-
turn. A creditors' committee was
formed by depositor; and Rey-
nolds and his family put up mon-
ey and assets to make up the loss.
Reynolds' assets will be auction-
ed April 22 at CUo. Mayor Dan
Easterling of Clio chairman of
the creditors' committee, estim-
ated al but $8.000 of the missing
roney would be raised and re-
turned to depositors.

Russida Is Hdilng.

1t531,316 POWs
GEINEVA Switzerland, April 6
(UP-Russia is believed to be
holding an estimated .1,55,3N
World War U prisoners from the
three Axis powers, according to

Fl. usler Area
For USAF Academy
BATI'LE CREEK. Mich., April
0 (UP -Secretary of Air Harold
E. Talbott, on a surprise vialt here,
described the Ft. Ouster area as
"the best site I've seep" for the'
new Air Force academy.
The ecretAry flew here .Sunday
with Michigan s Republican sena-
tors, Homer Fergusoa and
Charles E. Potter.
"This Is woulerful piece of
property," Talbott sald. "It Is the
best site I have seen. There may
be a better site some place, but
If there is I don't know about It.
Talbott, urged to come here by
the two senators, said he wanted
to look at Ft. Custer personally
before he named a five-member
commission to pick the site.
The Ft. Custer reservation lt
potentially an impressivee" loca-
tion #or the academy because of
ats wooded areas, many likes and
gently rolling terrain, albott
Lt. Gen. Hubert 3. Harmm.
special assistant on air academy
matters, also a lsopectdff the site
and said ha too considered Ft.
Custer a favorable spot for the
long-planed academy.
Unlike other states, Michigan
has agreed the t. Custer area is
the one spot iq the state suitable
for the -aCde 4, Harn &A4

Talbott said present butfddhh
at Ft. Custer and instalatlins at
Kellogg Field, WRattle C r elk's
municipal airport, could be used
by the academy temporary, .The
acadesW'thus eoi!4 start opera-
tions niA year .wh permanlm
budibing wer asdg enreted. -
The jecretary- return& t6
Was ain. Helsaid the eommis.
uioan w visit Ft. Custer, which
has been deectivated smine last

Ditch Digger
Uproots 1,100
Trunk Circuits
BTRMINGHKAM, Ala., April -6
(UP)-A ditch-digging machine
severed the southern Bell Tele-
phone and Telegraph Co. co-axial
cable eight .miles west of here to-
day and temporarily knocked out
1,140 national telephone circuits.
All service was restored within
0O minutes, a company spokes-
man said. Charles P. Malone,
Southern Bell district manager.
said the damage would run into
"thousands of dollars."
The ditch-digging machine was
owned by a private constructlan
firm doing road work between
here and Bessemer, Ala.

One man ins kiled, atoe
was cape nd and twi esAMiped.
LL Col. John A. Brc,. senior
N. member- of a jinlt team
that investigated the incident, re-
fused to agre-to a Joint state-
ment that the' "Americans". set
the five rean "agents" Into the
"Our side has no knowledge Sd
these men. what they were lin
or where they were going," Bro

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EGOS TAKE A BEATINO-Above Newsmap shows reglodi ,egg
production in the U. & during 1953. The west north tehtral
region was the only oae which had an excess, (899 million doen)'
and their excess production was fnade available.to other rEgions
of the country. The larfelt deficit (280 million dozen) was In the
aoutheft eiL., QsBla*o VU. S. Department of Agricilture.





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TICKETS ON SALE at Iberia Restaurant. The American Club,
and The Central Hotel. Ticket reservationa at the Bullring
untIl 6:00 p.mn .aturday.


Now playing on Broadway
and TOMORROW at El Panama!

George Axelrod's Hilarious Hit
WED., April 7 to SAT., April 10

Another Circle Players presentation in-the-round
with Lollie Dmone, Paul Davis, Reed Mcfevaine,
and Bob Litinfston.
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Ibteusuteal Exposionn, *wnwab ah D een heos ever nn au y, to give
e .to se the trade fair. Admwlion prices hae, been it to enats for
for children. Exhibitors ef.loef and foreign products were scheduled to
goeeds for sale today.

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CQR5ALsM Li oak dining set, FOR SALE:-1941 Plymouth 4-door IJUNi JIMJ f lMrItWIN ng. h5@bW' A
large drapleaf tqble, eightchairs & sedan; 1942 Dodge 2-door coach. APRIL 04l0oiMo
bfet, smal mahogany drop- Make me an offer. -Can be sen r Ipoe sd by
leaf table. Phone Sulboc 3708. anytime. House No. 547, Corozal 3 full days. Loam 119 at7:30
S FOR SALE :-Overstuffed davenport & Aril 11. Fishing th he Peel
chair $30.00; Falcon chrome din. FOR SALE: 1947 Cadillac sedon, Islands, visiting with NIvy Checo Pgageh 1s e pst
S nette set $60.00. Qtrs. 203-6, Al- deluxe condition, motor just over- Indians, sern Jk eiijack light ae our
S bobk; Phone 6274. hauled, new point lob 51000. 210- hunting cru p the Smu river, l iC=
S SALE:-Leavinb6.-cu. ... t.25-aboard_ Panama'sVirginia. last bet
cl Nor fr porcelain to e thi dry rl" C
insiderut $5000. R-C, Raus- FOR SALE:-ALLAUIDK2 Sport Road- Bring old clothes, comfi r abl 4r si zo lova
ea. ssr, elent condition, 13,000 andIDON'T AF RGET YOUR mCAMERA. 414
a d. miles. 270-in. V-S engine. 160-hp., For information, reservation, phone
#& SALE: Porcelain refrigerator, leather upholstery, good top, Ton- Jungle Jim, Hotel El Ponama, Panama FiR RleT
SI l'-yr. guarantee 5125; dining M- neau cover, hand-rubbed custom 3-1660 or your travel agent. lFIR R I I
; "e, 6 chairs & bufft $15; kitchen red lacquer paint. Over 115 mph FOR SALE -25-cycle 3-spwed Gar- H- l i
h.a, ihirs 50(; rugs $2; table rodio $l. 1op weed ,0.60 mph in 7 !a .ds. rd record changer with Audax- Hi Fi o I
See 1549-L, Gaviln Road., olboa, Cost $4200 new, sacrifice for Im- cartridge. R 2C Rou seau. FOR RENT: Chalt: 4 bedrooms.
TI.1 21268. medlate ole $t975 or best offer.h FIdleC uFOR R NT: 4 bedrooms,
FOR SALE: Refrigerator, washing Terms phone Curundu 6241, eve- PANAMA CANAL COMPANY lvi giwoor dn0 -. kitchenn. ,
machine, electric stove. all 60 cy- ninp or Albrook 6146. days. OFFERS VARIOUS ITEMS FOR SALE nd Street No. 15, TephM 3
l. 12.mpel "a- sealed bids, for opening in public, will 2226 t 3.
es. Cmpbell 16. Posdena. FOR SALE:- Ford Pick-up. Original be received until 10:30 a.m., April 13, ff hour tak
FOR SALE -Gas heater, 30 gallons. I owner 5495.00. Phone Balboa 1954 in the office of Superintendent o" across t" r "r-'".
year old, perfect condition 580.00, 1389. House 150, Prospect Street, of Storehouses, Baboa, for ctriFOR- RENT;-Chalet furnished, with
; and Mlgic Chef gs stove, 4 burn- B-lboa Helghts Inear Quarry His.,. blowers, buckets, JIr compressor, two bedrooms n San Francisco
ars & oven $50.00. Apply Poitillo, FOR SALE:-New, just run-in HILL- crane truck, drills, diesel engine, met- $120.00. Call 3-28632.
S14th Street No. 115. MAN, radio & lighter '-hp, Ser- al spray gun, engineers' levels and FOR RENT: Biutiful furnished
fR SALE:-Westinghouse retrigera- vl ofr-londltioning unit andAscot tronsats. loader attachment, wood- home with all modam convenienc.
tar, 25-cycle, excellent condition gas water heater. All used two working machines, testing point dur- Telephone 3-1126-3-0347.
$100; Searsi froner 2 5-ccle, excel- 3nonmth only. Leaving country. Tel. ability machine, water meters, motors,
ir o condition $40; o. i.-, 5-nch, 3-1-04. lawn mower, loctric lighting plants, FORRENT: To responsible party,
I lm6t ononw 25- CYIte 5. f 1 210-D, FOR S: WAO. N pumps, thinner stake, tonk, tractor nd cholet: 2 bedrooms, parlor & din- n
lm ,2Phone 317. 0 1952 D EOxellATIcOnd WAion fire fighting trailer located at Section ingroom, maid's room & 3 services.
; p edM Phone 317. 1952 WIy Excellent condition.'," Balboo Storehouse, telephone 2- garage, big fenced-in lawn. Ready
FO SALU- Mahagony dinln room Pr'd, fr quick le. Phone Rod- 2720; coffee urns, chain hoists, axes, fr occupancy otter Ail i. Can
f. nurture. 45th Street N I. 15. maen 330 Or 312T. bucketn. pipe snd pipe coupling; be seen house No. 22,. 1th Street.
S i-O SA ioB i- lhold furnitu FOR SAiL -- 1947 Hudson Commo- dan. tractors and gate valves loated San Francisco.
: l s.. 5 on. Refrier-I dare Eight sedan. 33,000 miles, In the "300" Area, Balboa; cards, air I
St1- buffe 12 goad condition 5375, Phone 2- compressor and tractor located at the FOR RENT
E: 12;' llngrot se 3127. ICrstobl Storehouse" telephone 3-
i o h Cah o5ly. Peru WANTED ned from the above sources or from
1 .. ONr a.. 2,AIM. Peru offeI of Superintendent of Store- ATTENTION L Jubt buit modern
Aveu LE t. 155kerosene stoveM ee houses, telephone 2-1815. fumllrdl apartment, one, two
OR SAL-"Ser" kerone stove. F- LE bedreonms hoel cold water. Tel-
3 burners with oven. 46 inches; WANTgDt-Ob eesd o iater i 101 Hcuce 6211-A. Corozal. C.Z. Tel. I pthnep PAnori l 4941. -
lIdth 21 inches, height 34 inches to IS-hp. refeW Evi r phone 2-1656. FOR RENT: An aparftnt which
S, J. D Phillps, No. 190, oCentral JoleIme. Feasse 2.4705. -....o has 3 edrobms, lvngroorm and
Avirnua. I F S LE FOR SALE Fin nroagony furn,- dininroom, an Inter pr
--ALE: -- Newdnooom s. ture made to order. American Sup- moda room with bIth. Lonrch
,FOR SALE-:-Now dnngoom,,et. FO SK ALE. ply Co., No. 14 "J"iStreet. "maidsroom with both. Located on
bes des. tables, 2 boys' bicycles, l y Co., No. 4 J Street. Ave. Eusebio A. Morales No. 4. "El
electric water heater, refrigerotor, B.Ott & & Jolto S FOR SALE:-few plates, glassware, Cohngel." For ihformntion call 3-
toves, etc. Owner leaving. Call 3-WA TO iU. one Remington target rifle, two 1292; Panarm.,
'49 3e 3-4569. WAe O ,S-i. "Balboa' saddles, books. Taylor, 2-1327, FOR E T: Fumished aprtments
KMSA.LE--.e.relElactric refriger- 4234. house 120, Apt. A. cortfge 5852. Walker Ave., D.ialo. nea Coal Zone. Tel. 3-4911.
o kItchen upboard, chest o 4' I OR RENT: L Modem fwo-ledroom
Sdrer.. double bd. complete. 54' FOR SALE I jr l llhrlh s oportments with IfMir and dining-
Via Pornils. Apr. 2. lWUI 7 li I room, kitchen, maid's rom and
.J; SALE;-Apex ihlng machire.l R P e lte. bath. g ag In Compo Alegre.
=ins 16.inch oilliating, electric .nalghbMooW of Hoe Et Pqssamp.
ineck We 25-cy oel innerspring WILL ACCEPT -I offer for properly Members AlSold
wereb a1l.00 sue iugne rock ty, including completely furnishedF 3-49o &
o mteo9:0r0 ," the m *IA o 3-4968
trs" idon blnd $Ilme, in the most beautiful Iaoc- a r raa
S12 .00, en-d oie vr tinc. b lion a t erro Compona. Will Con. O h u FOR RENT: -R Fumrnisled artrnt.
I 8.00. d cam, ere $2. 00 8 *picnic dlr leasing. Phoite Shrapnel, .c rW married couple heschildren

S0 as, 6 Fr igiahti jori atorteU m.f lott- IRe'3lZbfcp ter livingroom, dm1 g reb t, u
fi so d2orsk bo 1319. counter heded ena V located. Ne. 9.1145.
races, 3 bathrooms, kitchen, u- e Cois pd the general me- laundry room, hot water, maid's
IP AIO SALS:-Mhdgny bedroom set; dry room, maid's room. 2 garden, ,rship, the .union.sa toda. room with bathroom, garage. "'ire
Ouc I, wrrlirig desk. mode'in Pana- study Teiwphone 3 1482, 5 p m. toA Ls TLA "urslyA the Critriobsl te. ci-.r lding," 49th Street, Brill
i' m 60-cvcle RCA radio. table 8 p.m. daily. wards', council vote to contr bu Vit VIA
_model; Indian blanket; lamps, Chi- a o minimum iof pE.er man.- La st
node tables; rt rr: hirbt tie PartiL a s rewards' con- FOR RENT: -a-rturniados-oorm
I 74-H, tobies; figurines. etc. Qel. taa ,"e rI il h a e ir lsa voted a 2 ml rnas an pertd eent ith lorge balgony facing
4 -dHd. Cn he i. E r Balboacouncil uanu l ris Embassy and the sea; com-
o .4281 d ytlme. aft r 6er00 8'e3-t90 approved a $3 per capital man Ptely tpindepenrden. Ecuador Ave.
I OR SALE. Frigidoire refr1gerator, Tho^ fjimilv MAn .3o0.riblto. ,___"-
S 60 cycles. 6 cu. ft., 3 years guar- I Fillly M cen f the Balboa chapter FOR i :--Smoll apartrint. ur-
antee. House 13-B, 2nd Street, Co- i. .feel confident that at a members- nilhed. Married couple without chil-
SSt., C.Z. HipA l meeting scheduled to be held drein Or ingle person. No. 14, 45th
S ,1 SALE-.:. stove. metal desk. f v -f d : .-tosl ht l the Paflte Cub- Street, Bella Vista.
.I TheNor .amho se1 the m em bN-. rm ueo vote -E
crib & youth bed. complete. N A. full eve of entertainment ss w so vote FOR RENT One-room furnished
21. 40th Street,. el. 3.0657. A.fullevening"oforthewllbeof11io,,unon-,,ofl-tibuton.'e
S o2 r Tel. 3r entire family wsl be of- locl union h set a Min rtment. A l modern convene
S FOR s :- Leaving country,.-Ron- ered totren w and Thursday at L as each member's contribution Ie. Bes reidentil orea. 43rd
a u ton wan, very good condi- Gtun Servie Center hen a to the fund, the i declared street 13.
tion: "Herma portable typewriter: three ast comedy; "Tile Fmily Local 90 presid nt E. A. Gas- FOR RENT:-Groundfloor apartment,
RCA record player; Philips radio, 10 ian," is presented for the Mareh kin and other un4on repiresenti- modern, one bedroom $6000; alsoli
S bonds. Can be n at "B". Street o 0 iPeL. Thie bhow- will slartt ives will e kt Irs the meIUSerhip 2-bedroom opartmerft $8500. Se-I
S No. 33. pt. 11. Ask for Ernesto.t7:30 p.m. and formulate plans for the reor- cure parking space. G.. inspected.
--.__ ... "-lsiastinq, U"e Balboa chapter very cool. 43rd Street No. 58.
S th I ep T m I I Hlenrietta Cheek has charge of daube creauoo of an Armed Selrv. e .. .
ii a l f Tl l the directing of this latest produc- Ies Chapter. FOR RENT: 2-bedroom abrtment,
MIi V IV n ,e o Itiam by 'the comparatively new .Zone CIO director loyd P. livi"uroom. diningroom. kitchen.
It. a theatrial groap, the u Gtun Civic Vaughan, who was Isbchedut laundry room, maid's room with
STheatre. address the m ting tonight, is in bathroom garage. Albrt Navarro
-' t Ne d t the Sat Fernando Clinic where he No. 53. nquire Apartment 2, "El
:..h- S p nPrincipalh in the cast include derwent a minor operation last Congrelo".
SArthur bIght in the title rolenht.He i expected to be brck FOR RENT: 10 weeks beginning
Judy Malcolm as his teen-age duty within a few days.eeAri r ... fur.ishqd a part t
daughter Alice; Fran Orvi as Belle Vise comfortable a
A te o rp etao s w 2 eto sol t Ther- is understandingl and patient d Dr screened unable r nt. ~Phone
2d Met al New. ork Rae Wilder, that vivacious, live Mer Ft. rrawr, ecd T
a tered hgh bid of S7.- wire veteran of many play s an the US O.JW m usw FORve IR
W M, it was announced Monday Atlantic. Side, as Hazel Beck his The SO-JWB Music Lver'
S at lffilse ofthe Supply end wise-cracing, bombshell Group will meet at the USOJWB -Room
ice Director. blonde wife. ,.
S r e Director d wife Armed Forces Service Center, FOR RENT;- Furnished room ool.
& on the 10difdfntll otislOfI OfI JOAN lJeaenan Lutiel ra Young 1 erog whPh .is arran No N.. 7B ela 7o 4h

S r A t tTon morw at n 80 .ea bLeokHel lan.te
Si i lo A 10 n. Pacheld RiOel, Larry Cotol ad lid by members of the "r. ..
e StI m.^ S 1 Jlnl m W* "11 p AtewarEall l p la -a y s ef p2 IFOR R NT .--n Bella Vs bieut-,
Aft &ai t Ulditledd U s. No local who ar* friesndA Bd/ admirers ilS be rM ic Society- of Pan'ma' fully furnished large room, kitchen

So.f Hie UOel s O areUl unbe Fte b' FOR RENT:--Fur.shed room, all con-

So No. ast kets e on ale at the Mar- Sherwood Da e, son of W. A. ofJl Ae
oy No 3 Clot iron garta lorilt, o" frSm Myr'le DCeke o K rt, Auseor, rCeonuvc a u FOR R7NT si
a"ll HigScod lals, a- odis, -7, or at the box of- bachelor of arts degree wi FO R :- r ihe roo al I
metal Core o items dlre. major 0i history during WBter n le kitce-n-pIIe.-- T
to1 e s -eay.el- livvoenton euz e rnetisew oi the thDegree.ph n .e -,uu5 .i
"; No. cFrcaM wort opened Georake WoFhingtMaoUreivesity, FOR RENT:-One gaole in L I JovI
.ia a of the SU- tew..J rm Di. ml on. D. C., held Feb. 21 building, rent $1.0 Mustbe usec i
Company t h el uni versty. Phone Panama 2-0027 or 3-0763. ,
-----lilGets$58,896 ---. \
1 ..... Aword At Cloyton West Gatun Locks Help Wonted I
I 5V l Aw.a seatract 1fo r fM-- To Be Clsed WANTE.- Cook t deep in the
7-'-Iar -ulargmenttF Joru- 48 Hou s ..d.. i ng. ing _r.e.e ,ce of-Mr
*"-.^-te "40V' uiarteraeat of t we ro c loe rtuo .-. ! !. rett Gt Nfu s. -u,- of-
"" t- electric dls d.trlbuffom system in Th WeSt side of Ofli La'ts '--' w
--,C-a.lto w announced today by bout 48 hours ...j C *e __ --H
wPBs,,,|g| _-_..3L5w. US. fMf, for tre5in U Hal | Pm._..
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.11 W..-. p-.-.- I ocal acomnIes, chan At total oab- ma t.-

Sof Re Tank n and weeks of March, according to in.

ea &pa the Dureiu. Ul of ,.e employ-
,II "__--_ _- ll four mcthe. i were hired In the State, and
S .c. iconl to. the ined al wre
S bims uof the three companies, the ,Joha rie, .lt eIlow
I de Rfrigr torwa I with a. ta of 40 h Pine,s Al., who was em d in

eti huue, rea house and Coans P. an
Sout, 6,1, 9. t. I ear bid bIt 0n 10 and Ventes Gene- em5lFIQada a-" o3r.
guaranteee Efay paymet, See rtale entered the high bid on the ,l A n ail road ,....n
I MOUINES I TEAN CIA. raIning 14 houses. Fai er employes, w6 wo_
SLTDA. St St. A-in l TThe building include the old hired locally e: ,no S.
S "Rn Theatte. Cel. dispenaary, the commissary, the Austin. of 4neoa, .L s rman,
i -_ea____ ciub oMue a id re taticon. Pitre DIv*em H. :ar_
Included in the Inlta- tram, of Btra B Pa.. ohlin.
iir -i tlan were sx houes _edo lIt, Industrtalt anv io-
.11 ,,i .., ..*..... IIMigui for which the Chain eri McQulnnssu, ofr.Linu.,
TRANSPORTES I aag"h ch wa bder and oo m Ra w om ve
BAxTER, S.A. town of Chagre. the high bid- Both Austin and Brtram lore
Packe. Shlper, Moers der for which was T. J. Butler fome pled with the Pan-
F. S_._BDBSH3IM 0I 1td t Co demolition l anjadIS !!t
TaloHr TraWte BMater ale o the hou in Red Tank, t MoT nJlzanLorluomli-
i VALERIO TUAMN Pedro Miguel aed chagrins ere ale and at wa eM
1_ _.O ..... opened March l i the, office of with the t .Au 4 l)^fljo,
mat and Hydramatic Trans houses in Balloa, / McO innes w1
e cta o pe ,t & at oaot of 40the-nwinSAl- weIo eWU-aId fromIn1
miassnk offers his professional' to NS4 as a etudSbta bint ia
the Malntedam.e. .twen h
W-a- British Planes teh9 pe en re im
Repairs. Installation of ga os fre ae 1) laces ad re ol-
*toea, water theaters eto. lwo:
51DNE! 031t. have checked on It. Attea 5ld J A. Bre, Philadel.
Mcart supeman. hEf flewo theo W ul atton tand trio i 4a. aC "A
AL.T. WORa n frARMITMFt hi. waD too late. InDtao ih yiitta1, K
II one of the moat thirbid political ,
clashes since usa war, ish ed vRl;
nil CTAn ^ Isoclallette GCenounced ain elUi R p., nttiefh rou;
I ST OR ES m jec poetic sato the i- ad Hrt, P of a-
,!1 S.A. Ibow fcires /tbld l ,-. AtinandrtMa .*are
SFent ai ader C t he ew ne elI ed

sithe bigger point abolItion ca i f7j

Texas Adven urer av&eoheadouednf ea sW I

i Will Try Kon-TMki c ooevSl *aere ink
to selM igul agteeseCttB. *
SRafl Trip Alne r --a"e --:u"a- - aan hlli h
I mululuter, vhs At- F .* -!,1
S GUMAYAUI, Ecuador. April 6 e arngostale o fer- U BB-
(UP)-W am Wl~lis, Texas sea. tihe hntfte U anitedaStats'.
Ima ad advenaturer, tra com-th eSi. hef Stad ure-1 0Wte id for the sale
,IMIrad 'aegc'onaT-hMr.Tumhin i _o d o ldt in-ll l, i 0 Il l

1 -_ In w_"his a-_- ema oui .tloitnurgehi n ad a tnSd u r ulidflAon

I6 "T. b.,. I '_*_" 7.i' ." u/ndiun anbm -
N of Norwegn slob m Bruds te keep quiet about It.a M ft M
S c irsing salontimy s maod .C The agrenoit read in Co 1) .- g Co., It w., announced

ro woemear .one ea by Cliuris and prnted seay
Willi, who il in his middle for. promptly us a government docu- d tofakl ibfor allener of
ties, aid he would t o "ot. ment, provided tl te e re
Kon-iki the Kon-Tild' b. g ing 1. That Britain and the United -h .
farther and faster than t Nor States "will never use this wepo- t

weglan group and doing tby o agat each othe Ir hospital at ara rcan
oagnito third parties without
clash sincejip ten. yearwargO id
SHaving gone to sea s a boy in each Ether's consentt" wae rted a hospital for
square riggers, including a rod- S. That we wil not, eith 1 years. The Gambo
I -ig of the Horn, and siet sesral us. co nllcate ny i a cubboe was butabout the

years on sailing ships. Willis said ton abbot the mli ya (code for same tUme that the Dredgipg Dl-
*ho was counting on his experience the atom bomb project) to third viSo was towed fromParalso
to 6e hun through this latest ad- partlea except Dy mutual con- jn 1936.
venture sent." Other high obdders on the 20
e -a Wor more houteis wereI ad-
The chief difference between 4. "That in view of the heavy vertised for sale y te Panama
the Kon-Tiki and his raft, the Tex- burden of production falling up- Canal oruanistlon end which
keel and a steering wheel, to uit of the wiae divi on of war mawths, were Varyam Singt and
I make it more seaworthy and eas- effort, the Britah goveritnet Co.. Plaredes and Co. and t J.
ier-for one man to handle, recognizesa that any postwar ad- aBugler and Seam Thi Colon.
SWillis said he had Just spent vantages of an industrial or High bids were entered by the
| eight months in Eesador's jungles commercial character shall be Varyam h Co. t ..
looklg for the right kind of balsa dealt with as between the rate bachlor quarters lo
loga for the raft. A long dry spell united States and Great Britain, Road and four one siea.
Id hint back as rivers runniog and on terms to be specified by houses in Ancot.' Peree mud
to the coat were too shallow to the President of the United Co. bid high on four old l
permit floating the legs down. States to the prime minister of rate bachelor aW es leied
Willis expects t- a v e the Great Britain. near the Blboa m
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rseoits p opeietesd eee it ds wie, 0-UonDtheMch.y when ey don't." one ever.
time. whicht'sproe. ies m e t wn, (VOA. bshn i head on Hollywood's. free-lance status: "My agentseOldie
M. weoteeeftoosersewhisdepor from. dymig for metoeil Oldiende
Whenaoe r t oor ..thean beuosoa swo othr amovie. Bp
made with the applique on -the always.danger that it will create 'Orchstra. A postwar profile king at Para- I never think about the future." recording of "Street Sene." with a
wrens side. and the fine stitch- some uWsleasant reactions in two 10:l5.-LaUnAMerlcan Serende mount, LundJoined the big-femeB etty Modian buying baok a
the outline of the de- families. 10:30-.Variety mdbox (OW). free-lancers and became a radio It's as cold as an .il dio's hittune of the early b90's bCakn
wsed s a Weddingdrenss In the Her own husband may not like 11:00--The Owl', Net star two year. ago as the hero oF ouse between make- wizrde l oi
familyfthe idea of her butyiga for 12:00-Noewa--.il Off. CBS' private-eye thriller on radio, rink Westmore and Indinap glse ... Other good revivals -
another man. who herVhe "Yours Truly, Johnny 1olIa." TV beauty PanlaiXarr. The mar- emebody.ElseIs Taking My
e oer or another employs in But unlike other Hollywoodsmen riage plans blew sky-hid when Place," by Vicki Young My(Catol)
welcome from Professor Sanchez her ofNce. Tomorrow, WodUSnediy, A PIS 7 left holding their axes with n Frank rushed- to .her .side a few aend "Hld Me" by cuthn Capy
flgMaia osefa And the wife of the person to A.M. movie roles to chop down. oursafter e had undergone an
Metendeh who told something of whom she gives tie ot is : didn't write a ni&ht-club act. ippendectomy.
the Naiodnal Costume. A poem "To likely to take kindly to some other Clock Club. for a European inm or make .t.. ... purity Records presents a remark.
the G0tl in the Poller,' eomposn woman selecting a shirt, necktie, :00-Newa. isp.e dusky beauy frm able album of eight numbers re-
ed by Mr. Carlos Mouynes. was Or whatever It may be, for her 7:05-The Alarm Clock Club in,14 a Hollywood film kid,"hIndia-who. made -br-movie debut corded In Bnglend by Mary Utu
husband. (Cont'd) tens t. "I've,, nt two years of In Carol Reed's Ots Williams one of the greatest of
This may be a silly at-itude for :30-Morning AIC.L watchful waiting. I even have Islands," recently mantied a Oreek the female jazz pianists. Ser
The awards were presented by the husband or wife to take. But 8: 15-Mornig Varieties. mixed emotions about whether Hol actor in Rome. slbmeincludes "Pordido" and
Mrs. 3ipolito Fernandez, prod- that doesn't alter the facs. 8:30-Musicaf Reveille. plywood's a % stem is dead. A "Don't Blame Me."
men's Club. The judism were from It UMa yAre 9:15-Modnbrn Romances 'Who's in It?' There's nothing to Umer Test. ._________
Panims. City and included: Mrs. Resentment and Jealsy 9:30-.As I See It. get panicky about. There are just -
10:00--oews more fields in.which an actor can MT. ENni4, -o ).- EStV, Mrs. Gonle V living." K..-Richeyehastermo.,aUShe
laz, -Miss Rosa Hasan, Mr. Anicee And the facts are, that no hus- 10:05-Off the Record. make a good haonDo"- phone hiso is to remember thewhen
to Moeurns and Mr. Carlos RaW band or wife can afford to risk 11,00-N-eLA televersion ofy."Joh s.Dol- rho ue h .: ist remebete Seize oldScrip
ofulio any office associate. 11:30--Meet thetBand. Maybe the "mal"is because Both .ckey .talephD ner At Jewish Centerip
Mrse, PuIer En oute Besides that, gift-giving in of- 12;00--New mention of TV makes Lund blush. eOn with, the same five figures.w
Mrs. Sd@0ei Puller, and Sam, couples can't frd. : 05-1 nchon Music.
Jr., sailed on the Junior Sunday ,2:30.'as'.upuinxMu*. and German customs guards raid-C
dg fa., New York. They will go It is beet when it doesn't got 1:00-Ifewsm. 'ed the oKa J J F ti
9il~tlfnlilmore, New York and started. Married menn .and womm I:15-Perm 'alty ParAde. "er
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pearance of too personal friend-
ships in an office is for men and
women to avoid giving each other
Mfts, buying each other drinlk, of-
ferin eah other rides, etc.
Thia may sound stuffy and old-
fashioned, but it is practical.
So from a purely practical point
woman to give gifts to married
of view, it in't wise for a married
men in her office, or vice versa.

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i6P'.Mutel for Wedaesdy.
4:00-Ftsteare Review.
4:30--What's Your Favorite.
5:30-4Kews .
5:35-What's o autr Favorite
6'00-The First Men in the
Moon (BBC)
8:30-Tobe announced
1:15-The Jo Stafford Show
7:30--R.port from the U. 8. A.
S:00o-The r'atter Parade
8:45-Commentary on World
9:00-The Haunting Hour
9:30-Paul Temple and the
Madison Mystery S(B)
10:00-Universltv Theater (VOA)
ll:00-The Owl a Nest.
12:00-News.--SigD Off.
Explanation of Symbols

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lance, Dick Long. sem delighted after amnonaunla tbe.
marrd on AprilI, t lint. Barbara, Calf The e l
onred to postpone their marriage earlier when Milss m i *
went argery for the amputation of her right leg. TIM
satress th determined to walk down the aSlie at ew r .
even If she must ue crutches.

Tells Fabulous Life Of World's Greatest
ChamD. Openina Today at the Central T.ftM

"Thbe oe LuTi Story," new
today at the Central Theatre, has
u "the oast canditt movie ever a
It ti the austetieU film blegi
opinion 'of many 6ualfled critics,
ckmpio n the world hs ever km
Biipbant and direct by Robe

Sosessionf a o of .the of 24 fliists an risento the rAi
rrest The second man fled po- tenders for the heavyweight titi
lice but was cpturedon the auto. Cey. the only ron-p.rofealonal
Ulmhn aoll way heading to. mostuncanny resemblance to Jo
words h t U More than three thousand
Po carried an official search Joe's former wfe were. sifted t
war ant. "The Joe Louis Story" save up in
several Jewish families live at wanted to do in the first pla -
the Community Center, home from Paris to do the job.

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Rosen May Go To First,

iRegalado To Third Base

Manager Al L6pez of the Cleveland Indians may
6' be forced to make a drastic infield switch before the
baseball season opens.
Lopez is toying with the idea' muscle last Tuesday now says
of movie third ba eman Al Ro- he feels much better.
sen acros.s the infield to zirst 1
SThe Cleveland manager admits Over in the National League.
Such a move would be -- "A last the Cincinnati Redlegs have cut
desperate resort." But the In- their squad down to 38 players.
Sdiins must strengthen first base The Redlegs have released pitch-
If they hope to challenge the er Jack Crimian outright to To-
SNew York Yankees 'ronto of the Inte national
Cleveland turned the first League and sent pitcher John
base lob over to Rocky Nelson. Stewart to Tulsa of the Texas
the International League's most League.
valuable player last year Yester- en
da Nelson. with his .161 beat- The baseball season opens cf-
tint average was benched. Big'ficially today as the PacificI
Luke Easter is brittle and in.1Coast League gets underway.
Jures easily. The other flrst Some 45000 fans are expected
baseman n Bill Olynn- is weakI to show up at the four games
Lopez has hinted that if Ro- Triple "A" League.

t. Anonth Texast he will make13 the trditlon-:
In San Antonio, Texas. the al toss on April 13 In the opener
ChIcalo White Box have cancel- with'the New York Yankees. Mr
ed plans to send pitcher Virail1Eisenhower says he will take
Trucks back home for a check- better aim this year. Last 'epr
t-U. the President hit an umpire in
Trucks who pulled a back the back.

,Pacific Softball League
-0o -
', SECOND HALF STANDINGS Yesterday CAA eked out a
I three to nothing victory over the
Team Won Lost Pet. completely rejuvenateAd Navy
Firemen's Ins. ... 12 1 .21 Nine when Big John Pistro beqt-,
CAA ............8 5 .615 ed the Tars' Whitmore with Na-
Nav .............7 4 .583 vy getting only one base blow-
Baxter's Movers 5 7 .117 that being Pistro's own respon-
I slbllitv when Hutson blooped a
THURSDAY'S RESULTS slow pitched ball to the round
axter's Movers 11. CAA 1 In the sond and whih tg
,iJohn let drop when be had be-
DAT OPEN DATE lived that George Tarflinger,
sfl RHA' RESULTS Iplaying first base, was nlg to
CAA 3 Navy 0 I dash In on the result being
to.Ithat both let the ball dron nnd
Thursday, with BIg John Pl,- Plvro weas robbed of a no-hitter.
tro t bnt, CAA resorted to .er- Yesterday's box score:
rvy 1 on the mound and
woaw p-hp on the short end of CAA a R H
thei totem pole when Baxter's Cox. : .............. 1 1
Moive antowedthem Idow eleven Kos.k. 2 ., .......... 4 1 1
to muen- Malene. b ............ u 0
TO 'S;.. Tarfllnger. lb ......... 2 0 0
Baxter's Movers keep) pecking Miller, rf .............. 3 0
aiwit w runs in th.e first it. p..............2 0
threeAn thee third, three inthe Jordn,. ............. 2 0 0
i. 't, twqfn the sixth and one Kellehef. : ........... 3 0 0
i.n ft-a ventht to lead all the Jones. IM., c .......... 3 1 2


Fav tre F

the.buor(,l Derby "Corn-
ltlmon'--4s become a ns w In-
ture-boa raverite fJros'|I
Keatabky Derby
Lateat odds rI r Mei"eo
mae Correlation a 1-1 elelee
for the big race May 1. "F*e-
terhouse" the pfrMeous f-
vorite now is giAd I-I
along with "Doete and
"Double Speed" becomes 6-L
"Goyamo" remains at 8-L
while "High Gun" and "Big
Years" are down to 10*1.
Owner Harry Guenbhe i
has retired "tumn-To," toe
early winter book favorite for
the Kentucky Derby,.
Guggenheim, who withdrew
"Turn-To" recently from the
run for the roses, sy "I
have decided to end the elt'sa
raoing career because of a
bowed tendon. He will be turnm-
ed out until next winter when
he will enter stud for the 1955
breeding season."



By United Press

Cincinnati (N) 9. Washington
Brooklyn (N) 6, Milwaukee
(N) 0
New York (A) 12, Charlotte,/
(Sally) 3
Chicago (A) 6, St. Louis (N) 2
Detroit (A) 8, Philadelphia
(M> 2
Chicago (N) 2. Baltimore (A) 0
Pittsburgh (N) 1, PFhladelphia
(A) 6
Cleveland (A) 1, New York
Cinenati-B (N) vs Tulsa
(TeaL) cancelled, rain
Mem I (S) 6 Bo ton Ca) 5
(called ter 8 Innings by agee-

Warmup journey

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New Fulure Se k

Keqt'ucky tkrby

leston Class 'A' Winner

In Legion'Jr. Rifle Shoot]
--w,/0 -
.Dan Egglston put together a score of 268-7 out of a apossb
300-30x to take first place in the Class "A" divislan of the Junior
Tyro Rifle Match held at the Par Fan range Saturday miorft.g,
April 3rd. and sponsored by the Amerlqan Legion d thearty
and Eight. gleston best out John Schmidt by those points in
winning. No e Dilnft fired the only possible (100 out of 1001
posted throughout the tourney in the prone stage of the match,
but dropped n kneeling and standing.
-The Clam "A" shooters fired 30 shots including ten each in
the difficult kneeling and standing positions, and the scores re-
corded were excellent.
The course fired by the Class "B" shooters, les experienced
than those assigned to Class "A,' included ten sabet s d
ten shots sitting. This was taken by Ted ebb wo ed Webb 186-f
to beat out David Reece his Balboa Junior tea ate by three
Class "C" included the real tothe shooters Who ad hard-
ly more experience thpn base instruction. They fired .30 hots,
all prone, and the ROTC's. John Madur a cop first place with
a neat 188-4x. outpointing is nearest opposition ~y a good ten
All firing was at 50 feet using the NRA gallery .target (the
ten ring is Just about an eighth of an inch in diameter, folkss,
and only metallic sights were allowed to be used. '
There were 22 young shooters present and the sponsoring or-
ganizations, the Legion -and the Forty and ight reserve much
credit for entering the field to encourage our JS or marksmen.
The veterans have received many compliments on this match
from everyone concerned.
Volture No. 89 of the Forty and Night was represented by
Haun P. Pedersen, who presented the awards to the wltears. ach
wipner received at American Legion golid medal, .rxe2sutive Of-
ficer for the match was Captain Earl J. Wilson. ROTC Officer
In the Canal Zone School system, and scoring was handled by
Mrs. Maxine Dilliman. experlebced as a statistical officer in many
of the Canal Zone's top rifle matches during recent years.
The scores;
Prone Kneel 8 ElB Total
Eggleston .. . 97 7 84 268-
Schmidt . 98 85 a82 -5
Dlllman, N . .. . .. 100 70 66 242-7x.
Orr ... ..... 96 67 70 242 -4
Jenkins,..... 05 77 68 24
Smith. w- 97 74 o 237-aX
Harris. ...... . 95 67 3 25-3S
Esquerra. . . 88 70 71 229-2X-
I *5- CLASS"B"
Prone Sit Ttalo
Webb. 98 s.o 99 90 1864X
ece. 94 99 1834z
se..:- :::. : : 89 8 V
Waing1 .. a .... U 8 78 1 ei
Daen. 86 76 16-3*
Townsed. ... 85 .4 1-1*
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MI U... ... *. *.- 94 3 ;--g

87. age. g s M-.
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Voiure No. 8s can take pride In a job well done, if the n-
| mentsf.$the young shooters mean anything. Their greatest hope
right now is that someone will sponsor another tourntaent of

Many 'Unknowns' Make

Relays More Interesting
p -

It Is always a risky business to
predict the outcome of the ath-
letic events, and although track
and field il supposed to be one
of safest to call the turn on, lack
of knowledge of the ability of
many of the performers makes it
difficult when It comes to the
Balboa Relays. The Relays, slat-
ed for this Friday night at Bal-
boa Stadium, should offer the
sports loving public of the Canal
Zone and PanamA some of the
biggest and best in thrills and
outstanding performances.
Just to start with, take the 100
yd. dash. A field of 9 starters will
have to be pared down to the
track limit of 6 for the finals.
Carl Tuttle, CHS sprinter extra-
ordinary, and Seymout Lashley,a
pride and joy of the A. C. As-
print ranks, should have no
trouble in winning their heats.
Bob Zumbadu and Ces a r Von
Chong should get into the finals
for BHS. and the other two
s p ot s will go to Zobel of the
504th and Mala of the A. C.
The finals of this race should
be one of the real highlights of
the entire meet. Tuttle and
Lashley. both timed in 9.9 this
year on the Balboa Stadium
track, will really give the fans
a thrilling 10 seconds when-they
clash In the :inals. Tuttle look-
ed so very goal last Friday that
he gets the nod for a 1/100th of
an Inch victory over Lashley.
Third spot will be a dog fight
between the remaining boys. but
Bob Zumbado has the best time
of the quarter to date and will
run Into show position.
Tom Hughes and John Mcln-
tyre will hook up in what should
be a great battle in the hig h
hurdles. Hughes Is the only local
hurdler who has come anywhere
near Mclntyre's record time of
14.7 Both boyvi will be running
for the A C. this year. and it will
be Hughes' firpt appearance on
the track this year. Famed for
his baseball abilIty. Tommy will
show plenty In the high sticks
come Friday night. Mclntyre for
first. Muhes for second, andj
Balboa High's freshman find.
Jack Winklosk) for the third
spot. '--
Going into the low hurdles.
McIntyre again comes to the
fore. He is without an Mal has
a hurdler in the PanaI Area,
has been for the past two Tears
and will out to prove it come t q
Relays th ia Friday. A-lfd o
10 entrants will have-to be aFr-
towed down Lsi Umit a(t ig the

finals, and Mac is a cinch to be
one' of these. Other who should.
not have any trouble getting, to
the finals are WBuce Orvis of
BBS. and John Hat$l of C :
The fourth qualifier is a tough l
tp k. It could be Hughes, or
Zobd of 504th, or Winklosky of
8VI it dlow4 'matter too much.
cause whoever it ins, h change
of e ltl t big three are var!
sl. Atth. finish it should be
in order. McIntyre. Orvis, Hatgl.
Taling the last of the indivir
dual track events, we comp to
the ngle run. Always a popular
event in the Relays, this year Is
nd exception, and 12 boys will
step to the starting lipe of the
call of "Take Your Marks", from
starter 0. C. Lockridge. Henry
Crux, of Junior College track
fame, has the best time of thI
year. and unftes. someone is ca-7
able of going under 5 min., Crux
will win this one payes Ryan df
the A.C. will be in contention,
but lack of recent running hurt
this former star. Mike DeWroat
and Bob Fogel of BHi chased
Crus across the finish line In
that order in the recent Inter-
scholastic Meet, and DeOroeat
should have enough to finish
second if he Will run this oihe
with his head as well as his'legs,
Ortis-Luls of the 504th has
shown improvement and is given
third in a dual right to the wire
with Fogel, Price of CHS. Clos-
sen of 504th. Padilla of the 8rdr
Inf. and Rran of the AXC.
Bumming it up. now for points,
at the end of these four events,
it looks like this: Athletic Club,
3 In the 100, 8 in the highs, 5 I
the lows, for 1 points. Balboa
High. 1 in the 00, 3 In the lows.
1 in the highs, and 3 in the' mle
for a points. Ostobal High, 5
in the A100, 1and in the IAwS fo
6 points. 04th I In the mis for 1
Future article will deal with
the other events In turn. Fans
are reminded of the tickets for
the Relays that are on ae at
Balboa O6m and High School.
Adult tickets sell for 56 ents
and student tickets for 35 cents.

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the oa Gun Club's Far ra
range on My 1st and jhd.
. Includes both team and In-
dividual championships and
there will be 46 awards. Actually
there wil be more award than
there are shooters. Under the
Classification system used, all
shooters have a chance. Shoot-
lih will all be prone, and any
siiti may be used except iM the
Dewar matth which Is restricted
to ir sights. Bintles e open.
aeE Jaffray. for deti.
Thee 7 ,be publtshe I th se
pas as soon as the-program is
Printed and released.

hv. Franc. Won't

Fo hit Fall Term

, .O GRANDE. O.. April 6 (UP)
--Cairence Bevo Francis, the
nattort top small college bas-
ketball scorer, said today he
probably would not return to
classes next fall at Rio Orande
Francis blamed "financial dlf-
ficulties" for the decision.
"I don't want to go into debt
any further," Francis said.
He added that he will have his'
mind made un "definitely" by
thbi spring, when he ends his
I0hoiniae year.
Francis said he had up schol-
arship an1 Was having difflul-
tias support his yOmr wife
and 204aonth-old son. a "Iant
Ilve my wife what she needs un-
less I have a job."-he said.
Francis said he already had
arranged to work .this summer
at Charleston race trek in
West Vra before reaching
his tentave decisd=o not to 9n-
ter junor year.
This year the fabulous Francis
averaged 46 poats .a. to
smsh i11 4 o bimaske c-
ords. He maltained the red-hot
pace throulth 17 ams. The sea-
son ttal of 5 ints tar out-
d aed te previous reord of
rTO set by Johnny O'Brlen of Se-
attle University In 1992.

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of 397 out of a possible 409 ovr
to os of
ncoved rfle mth. Dick took
Ithe. Hih Master award. ,
ht behind er bother was
Norine Dilman with a flne scre
of 395. Norine has been showing
promise as a shooter for years,
and it looks like this t be
her year. tUll a uor h fired
like a veteran n taking secoadd
place in ddual, and High x-
pert Award.
The duly other baooter over
30 was Bill Jalfray with 3 ,
who got no award for his ef-
forts, as under the new tem
which he, himself, fas smallbore
manager inaugurated this year.
the rmainmbe awards went to
tower classifeatios
i. Fred Wells, t ore of 383
'was high in the comuned sharp-
sheooter-nmrksmna clas, while
Mel Mllald took second place
medal in the combined classifi-
Ise Balboa Senior HO. 1 team
won with ease, as all four of
their members were among the
first five ishooters. Their score of
1564 with .-z just outdistanced
the opposItion.
Detailed sores follow;
CoCeupeter SBeere Award
Dick DMlman 97-24 I- Master
SDi. lan M5-ax Hi-Expert
AT Joyooe I-.1
A. Turner 387-14x
B. Bingham 94-ltx
Fred Wels 8-14x Hi 88-MM
Dude Lu2 14-M
M. SMlla. 7 -0lx 2nd-S8-3MM
N. Keller 376- 4x
Nelsonm LUte 375 7x
g. Orr 374-14x
tP. Webb 373- 9x
B. Quina 371- 9x
J. Schmidt 370. 8x
D. Egglstozi 367- UX
Balboa's winning team. was
made up of DicL/D1llman. Jaf-
ftray, Joyce and Turner. Balboa's
second team fired 1M0 to nose
out t 7Balb.a Juniors, who had
1506. te Juniors rarely shoot
at the longer ranges at which
.this compettion was fired,
heones werE more baffled by. the
difficult wind' than the others.

NSA O nV *Y 1 At' 3
SBill J affray a oune that
he bas receIvedd frm
the a14 sf-s 11l~?

Shortstop Ray Reteneller led BSummary: Home runs Tlb-
the Flyers In the hit department er. Three bane hits Meea- .
with four, while driving In two Two base hita Esat 1as n,
ruins. Other Flyers having a good Brians. Struck out by EmiWlton
day were leftflelder Warren 5. French 3, Croft 8. Base n0
Woers and centerfielder George balls off, HamUlton French 1,
Toehterman, who each drove In Croft 1. Winning Rp hed -Ha-
three runs. milton. Losing. lw r .rtft.
First baseman Dave Stickler Umpires; Highef Gibson and
had four hits In asix tries and Scqtt. Screr PerqulM and
batted in two Kobbe runs. Also Greene.

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downas the Army tuaic ei
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Second bsen Jan BonllUa
batted in four rass for the Kob-
be, iTene and colleted three
of KN .'S 14. h1ts.-
SAlso Joining the hit parade for
the winneas were third baseman
VI ^ wha had fou

two hits.
Winning pitcher Jay Gearhart
struck out nine Army Atlantic
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Fort Kobbe Gearhart (WP)
and Rosado, Cereo (7); Army.
Atlantic Harrlngton (LPJ, Qo-
lon-Ortiz (5), Ramos (7) and
In a Saturday night contest
Albrook pitcher Clare Bartholo-
mew shut out the Clayton club
SUlayton's first acker, Ayton
Pagan, was responsible for two
of the three hits allowed by Bar-
After scoring unearned runs in
the first and fifth Innings, the
Flyers added theft third run on
a single bY outfielder John Tay-
lor. Taylor's steal of second and
second baseman Jerry Cain's
Iartholomew, In rackinrg'up
eis ninth win of the season,
-tr0ck out s12 Claytonltes.
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Albrook 100 010n1X- s 4 0
ClaytOn-- ekinM (LP) and.-L
Ortepell; Albrook APO-, Bar.
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information concerning Spen-
tIl Troops' i. ti over Code

F6t Xobbe and Albrooks AFB
I clashed mSunday afternoon in a
replay of their February 17th
0-0 game which went 12 Innings.
SSuuday's game went even
longer-13 Innings-but it was a
day for the hitters as Albrook
came up with three runs in the
thirteenth inninR to win the
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the fifth Innin to account or
two runs, and Hector Melehdm
hit a triple to drive two, but eas
thrown out at home trying to
stretch It into a home hun.
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Wayne Wall and Taber and Me-
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CHICAGO. The flamboyaut Kid Osavl' tried to make the
pereus lesp fream the welterweiht to the ilAdleweight chat-
- viemship -n a bledee Friday aight and4 .f d Obeiqr sheertg
thousmads In the B Stadm who had bet he e6Dant At that, eMe
Iapeaafebleude gve Whim a draw fo9 effort And thbe ft
is tee deaaig ma frboa Cuba made It leek elseer than the a-
tualitie wanrratod.
Although fie won decisively in a fight that was distre sin
barren of heroites, Carl (Bobo) Olson too often. allowed me to
be duped by Gavllan's con-man tactis, which are deigned to
smoke-acreen sparse vitality and moderate talents. I the mid-
dlwelght champion had made bore effective use of his physical
atribtes.. youth, strength and stamina it would not even have
been theoretically csee.
I, wouldn't know how it looked to yu on ths home screen,
but here in the SadiUm there were flas i when GvUi
actually seemed to be In command of the It even alreIr-
eS as bhe were making Olan fla t his tnd of fight. Wat's
mote, as it he weae usurplg Os on's favorite weaponss and put-
tinl thm t Dfltble personal use.
St C n C outjaLbng h hold g iown, or better
dig two to one 14 the g woYoesaos,wM a always
o burst of sed n a muk e tpls eha that i sa

j l1t s Iy W asn Iuntt W y e ade usneo a.
em orthaty te eid-what yta edsxp ox d all

sun wu not terminibga ot. o ato-
A heb t flgahter. A .Gavlnlan shld o ver po hi aIn a*
Sswhtere a roustfg last aund Is needed to convince ringsifen
the can be no doubt ah winner. e
I a UNTIL T15 1113
You'd be surprised how many people thought It was any-
body's fit going la te the closing rounds. Faor some reason 0a -
son was not getting credit for. making the fight. Fron fiwt to
last he carried the fight to Oavilan, who obviously had settled
on, a stegy of retreat and counter, a negative approach whid
wh few chanmponshlps. But saves many timid souls. '
The Cuban embellished his reverse tactics with a sweeping
side te to the left which clearly baffled the Hawallan-born
Swede fr San Francisco and undoubtedly saccounted for his
S failure to ake a more forceful showing un his first defense of
the title he wn so empphatically from Randy Turplh in New York
la October.
SroSt this position Gavilan was able to score with a left with
peter frequency and less danger of a right counter than It h6
had advanced on a straight line. Indeed, so little did he use his

else hi decIded the less heaw of.Olen'
eight that there was a di tioa to believe an earlier claim he
bad hurt the hand in trane in we. It was not untilthe 13th that he
began to throw it as f he had, respect for its uAefulness.

SIt later develop either was a eonfeature facto his strtant
iwere wa ns arrthi w at wr with his L band. btherhe

hadd.lOp ayhv had -A S.
thas never iela e teneouh wti a lemt to
t the wereedtmn, oualnee he decided the leIt tadew tof to ma
a ght the betternot a murderous wallet a beusure.ro ty if tone
ate w hurts endt, as both Turpin and bddy. -ungo can Gtal-

fodar not fting otserwlsc Ads we his best
h were in knockdown and dsnaturalc nothing e p pro-
Ing at wkkou too bd Olson the avidan dle d we ts hampibled It

sbod and thundR. ervals topedunch tt n stg
As he Int'thet wa fight, there were everalunkown quanht to
Of withe twohich he particular werd often thought tahold.thento akey to
the.esullt. The difference in wteght and physicale condigtlon.
As Ic turned out neither was a conluive fatorte oav.'s
:,V narrowed le weight 11ret Aarply, 4nd what-

eve t toai es OIan tmpe h ave had n then eek rvtfta n
this never came close to materializing.

There were xtenuating circun e take two to make
a-fikbt, and -t'- no easy trick to exert your superiority If the

Mb be critcsed for not f -amng eise thi w his best
le that was Jst too ad fr the middleweight ampon. Ict
was aIoN too bad for those who would like to have seen mure
blood and thunder.
An the fight was fought Olson's best punch was a right to
the JAW with which he landed often to send Gavdan into & clinch.
Incidentally. I also had a theory .the referee might play the
decidles role In this figst atart hhis vote. IB^ styfe to Iaght in tanpaWoeeSa and then seek reafful j-I
spite In a citch. If he drew a r aferee who inflated an a fast
break It would have to be to a, d.1"
ly, aM didn't Wad when be
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l l~st a l gins loast wLt-
e T a#Zs trmed- meee in,
r Mi-ag hi homes a reh last
arg oe, eight in nthe -M.a 1.
S lat as 3 games, h came
,ouA with 14 round-tlerp,
fw t runs battedA 1. e
jeoa w. for 1 runm batted In
diuria the last six months.
Fhre says he's more relaxed
this spring.
"I eame to camp in I 4 eomdl-
m" be routes. "ith e a i.e n-
tract ia my pocket, aisuraanee
tat my job was safe and this -
htmed me f te.nta .
..,TMe afea eong a own at
owm runs, but ao I'm akingter
s a good start. I've always fin-
ishel 'sung.,
Of.inTSSM30 bonets1let
year, 18 weo bit at Forbes Feld
snM of these seven went into the
Garde Gr.
Frd Haney vaisualizes Tomas
as a datkhonse eatender fr. the
home run crown, despite the aD-
senee of the Gardens.
"Frank has tremendous, paw
or," Raney oins out., "adi s
slowly but ur ely et to knew
how to best utiles ft. He's a smart
younster, eager to learn. He asks
quesons, is constant g tringto
"If the Gardens were still up.
I'd say he'd have a good chance
to win the home run title. The
dther home tun hiltes have a
better target in their parks, but
Thomas must be itven a chWce
because al his power. a
neh bRickly Ies eXctiomRIlY

hrve hi t asT ."

t t

,,Ftiky, I'd ath .ar hae
names No.a1thaWawinfiln
the home n title. utuila .20
would make him a more va MeI
team man. Pitchers mut pitch to
him nQw. which is in his favor.
"He certainly is one of the com-
ing bitters at 24."

24 Yesm in NNtilal League
Written. for NEA Service
QUESTION: With the pitcher
standing on the rbbber, a' batter
switches from one batter's box
to the other before the pitcher
makes a pitch, What's the rul-
swer: The batter is out for
stepping from one batter's box
to the ether while the pitcher
was In postpone to itch.
Q. What are fundamental de-
fects In a batter?
A. Overstradg, gppereutting,
terming the head, stoe-iga In
the bucket, bltcing e hbat
guessing the piteh sad sweeping
the bat.
Q. What are the lifetime bat-
ting averages of Ty Cobb and
Rogers Hornsby?
A. Cobb, J47; Morsby, .25.
Where did Larry Berra of
the Yankees acquire the nick-
anle, Yogi?
A. Boyhood pals e the Will In
it. Lw gave Berra the tag. A
r was een a odd ehar-
ir, rbt te ute i ekly be-
eame one ofet affete.
Whatever became of Wil-
lam Watson Clark, the left-
bander. who pthed for the
Dodgers from th troh '"?
A. Clark is a uieaMWIbudiM-
af eentracter at Cearwater, Fla.

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Cur wark0ek l dthed ehis
ripscon lea oh mc I a on,
I dking outc t13.ks and wa ,i)kC
the error s. e who
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sam o In the flrst. ba.
maw It. led 8=. -at bat
with the or faor xwith
t mma .Joe Prill while. Bobb
Diler bad two doubles In twb
rp. to lead the 1..- ttck of
the' winners.
The box score:

Marshall, ...... 1 0 1
t. Waton, 0 ......... 1 1
ScRathabr, Sb ....... 4 3
Pra ri n .............. 0 2 3
J. Walin, r ........... 1
Marshall, ........... 1
Cotton, cf ............. 1
Rthl ber, 3b ......... 4 1
elarino, rf .......... 0 0
ombklin, rfb .....,.......1 0
Chaldwel, rf ........... 2 0
Pe oJr e,f t ...........11 0
Luber if ........... ,-.l. 0
Womble, lb ............1 0 ,
Caldwell, lb ........... 2 0
d3 12 15

ea, lb .......... 0
e Ou rdla0, as ...... 2 0
P ...... ..... 1
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* Sore By InnIngs
Sears 310 SOS-12I 15 2
lks 1414. 001 000--1 0
Winning pitcher Sehwarz-
.eck (7-2). Loainx pitcher T.
Bright (4-2). Struck out by -
Schwarsrock IS, Br'ight Bases
on balls-- Sehwarsock 2. Bright
1. Two base hits R. Watson,
Prll (2), Dilfer (2). Umpires -
Ridge and Rager. Scorer -
Mead. Time of game 1:40.

Wen. Lost
Little Motts's ......... 1
Coco olo Braves ...... 8 2
Powells ............... 4 8
Police Pals ............ 4 6
Coco aolito Cubs ...... 3 7
Margarlf Olfe ....... 2 8

Along The Fairways

The Panama Golf Club Ladies
'Ringer Tournament came to an
end last week with Irene Robin-
son the winner Sylva Carpenser
second and a tie for third place
between Charlotte Hunter and
Eva Joane.
The %.u bought at Mereu-
rio's, ,wWill be presented at a
meeting, Saturday. April 10 it
nine o'clock. All Panama lady
golfers are tnvlted@4 to dirtus;
other tournaments and then
Amalor ladles are welcome on
Tuesday, which is Panama La-
dies day.

Morale Beest
Morale at an old people's home
got a boost when local hairdress
ers outted and began operating
a beauty salu at the laititulon.
Beaulteeas. who dug I e their
own pockets to pay for two hair
dryers, a bhampoo chair and other
equimenBt, give free trestmeits
there ome day each week.

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CoeO Sol.o .001 000-I
Moday'a Btoslit
Soe .y mnniags
Polloe Pals u 0 14
Margrlta 00 o01i-4
Wednam 's Result
Score By aInngs
Margarita 024 20--
Coco Soto 0 0 00-2
Thunday's Results
Sre By Innings
Powells 004 10- 5
Police Pals 101 2x-13


7 3'

3 E"a
2 DEsPENDR -Jetty Hiarrt-
son defesded- the thee-mete
diving champiouhfp Ins the Na-
tibnal AAU hwiming Cham-
plonship at Yale'sR Pye Whit-
1 ney Gymnasium. (NA) '
Bloomilngton, In4.-(NE A)-A
top sophomore pitching prospect
at Indiana is Art Heiting,; Jr, sbon
2 of the former Brooklyn and Pitts-
3 burgh soutfipaw.

spati tas wu us ouryi ear. L& MOM
While the club Is. far from set
tor j season, Murtaugh says it
is off to a ood start with a ot
of talent already in camDt
"We expect lots of help from
the Pittsburgh Pirates." he add-
ed. The seem to have the
4ers this year to give us the
strenth we need for a enna
and I think we'll set helm."
Just how much help New Or.
ens will get could be figured
ut during e week. i
The parent Plttsburgh club Is
Mn town and before It leaves, the
Plraite are expected to drop off
the plaers the New Orleans
club will set.
Both Murtaugh and General
Manager Joe Brown are hopeful
there will be some Infielders and
pitchers. That is their primary
"At the present time we need
Infielders." said Murtaugh. "We
have Al Orunewald back at first
base, He batted in 111 runs last
year and he should do a lot bet.
ter this year."


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which called it an to require empt a : */"'
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Arthur J. Goldberg said
Wind other coMnmittee-approved e Inlopme'ts: L1"
e aw "far worse." Senatorsy in secret with subcommit McCarthy privatinelyen Joseph eead he had eard ThWi- McCarthy anssed a bill to ve x-toes much fr.Shed th
up respr a from union offl- e mR.McCarthy's row with the Army c ans iRepublican In 19gs if ldof- et suchp r ss Mea tA tf led
e pe pv asd one Hare expected to decide later toafterward he eto raise money f to pressureon- rein over drafted phy s ad Bad. t o mw
m tchane to vote in ve- Samuel P. Sears an their chief McClellan told Adanni s, ter Ia to ackeiaCi eetb curidty 4-

a tes that vitally co couns the ightest idea" how favors Se drafrs' remarks them into sek Tloalationwai diect v es a Pa*t btCrf (.w a-
h et-Hty Actin Chairmen Karl %e Mundt at today y's session bus he tion of allep thommhesef Ini the debatel ,beseldtam to n Iiml ta. .
interew (R-S.D of the Senate's pra wanted the full ubomi to service. d
Srnentnvestjgating subcommittee be present, He said the threeDem- any WTheonledn th : f a MOSCOW (UP) The er one wr
Wks said an "overwhelm- made the statement after the ocratic members have not dis- fihomlsg hearlgs. *' a sMun OILc adote tr oed ma9 IC. ten7o &daIosa V oj P t
i ty" ot workers favor the group was forced by the absence cussed what to do abeut ,sears'. has smaid c mrj ury mayed, by the Iaslv- 6fo o ua otl
vote requested by the of ea member to delay a showdown McClellan said that before the ed If boie parties sattheir r Searmaid I ot lin rm penub to blded
tei. rt by meeting scheduled for yesterday. Democrats ended a six-months stories under oath. Rereceived a Olrndre td tly
"Bai workers often are relue. Sears whose l e t in has boycott and returned to the sub- Meantime, there we n other d- from a m an si lt te a .
vote agalnst a strike tfor arouse heated controversy, met committee in February he told velopme nta "Is gon to be Id b he e .
Sreprise from union offl- irlefly In secret with subeommit- McCarthy privately. he had heard The Senate passed, bill to give l8s much bushes." Ssatid te
teeor members. re ort that subcommittee comun the military services a atiltg hCr did not threts iar e bus. "
ommitts e adopted its voe- He told reporters afterward he se/Roy M. Cohn tried to pressure rea in over drafted physcans i e nadam t&d as m
as it d'ee to complete ha o e his nt yet un his duties and the Army into grllanting specialdentis who pro ve to be eemurlty a ,-o) o- .
p Taf-Hartley has not "the slightest idea" how favors drafted subcommitteeI The lealation,,s i Loe cn. .tlt eSeau n c or
v Tfr-n Samuel Ke Mc soon pub lic bearilnes might be Aods Pvt. Gae Dav coitdSchine. out-v e f the. adA ed re m S -Ienf a rla (Do.e. r
tocit orevtion- In Matndt said the formal subenom t weot T e toe c ve tae
out f ut mitt se meeting on the SDArcanbetherta tendency to retrn to the and

lble rint subcommitt had bee Democrati th' WeAltern seth comm-tGaner m ward unification. t Jtice Fell Frankfurter churOh marriages fee W. t trehwe- loe. S '. .
e ertme tinue rtodiay at the request of Sen. Ever- e qsnti-Rl o t oaflstt went nt oe l. MOSCOW, April 6 (UP) The ry one want
lt aa. Cm treaty whCAhh would ba bbn ai
take-,wer'sp con-Siett M.Dirksend CR-ll.) who is via- "ecog nnze" E ast aerm a nedd ingm-"n and hi'. oust er pe r go m...
abl2"p fr a Best eornze att re e (ague rwas rena today M e o lut te detor
I tomeond eclive the I Ifense ausfeo M Wein re itrhp: this-rheebryoungdC&an
Sv y Bsta n aHtghCotieloner.Jaee the Fora Eat o fmatattee4 Nkolya i b Stw ret s a tha a t a

alscritefd commit B. Conant in o recent ppch rtance ehrps s vt b' e u ly romat ti get m arrred." c A A the autr
a.-toinLlatihon Serv: lag to ay anything today" a- BQKNV, Germany, April 6 (U)cause it I ba e- the tanks......".

"os reo .Ike bathe -dllllot- e aoJn treasd Wet o trman y to wstha Twhety-aeven representatives d to North Carasnare wherN alat ai ol l fthe n ltt

O.F gof. ciament-sout i onttee wanted "to discu s de. puppet government .- the Sovetof local srn gverme Councils local the AC headof thearego entd y ouveray? W e te- sm' .Bb e o .-t -a re -hia-.

.adthi wf .' n line velopmnt tht had taken place Union's newest snAtelite, tend. A commune a and labor or- T Cot Ralad w the DPgous at grouposy of youn2 people hit lol memberoe" wm) Sadkhe on ofr
kee the federal we ast 'sw him" T hrsday. T Western pU d th anato. e.been Invited to te n Antr Cost Line today n 4 to one er t believe whiswtch appear-t e hir b, beev s ed t- aa
o sputeon as h C othe ohnL. Mlen -r in.one-ar meean woul be attend a cy fo st and refunds mbe the fi sto o- dec n edto be- atney tol rtn to lte r oi sk BS 48 a d sehiN-s

theU. S.IMrDd t Repoardte n Editr aird*Aortrom anticny whurh "l be heldat7 p m to bond controlling per cent e a She bat r- i*ve th Ie hpdgat drec dety
ie ranking ub "Comittee Democratt thTods and tern tig ommi oner n word runf catO. J of o th ise Felix Fan.Wr c marriages; 'laltea s .loce May 1
at ns but l have an antnnoa- Prior to th ta.er alk with Adee weg of th Adminir at overturiding Thn n ude manage referred to ev r td termed- _r
Ia- wit.mn lSe publtlhed by McG raw-Hedsil, a the iegh commisatloners ieosand etan will bone a geso n e ld ag ACr ha been attempting dch .The budget di the

sdtikd mean arriving Griday on the 8. S. Srnyagreetdaoer With h cuen of comiary opera- toM endlelof theFECandund a ast a clm itic inai Htatis1as bairo the hand by idep'. chief f nd
Pwuil' at guards for latah.l to spend two wees F another meeJn arPnce t tiono s led der rTe propod by the r- ently i ca a blue a nro fed
grantae ofullh oireathtme alreleirf raohedt: t o r.
kic .atim ie low e. He stand M"rs. Richardson Inpu W Germe only att Ielergaate lo emere Conuris whe ti e. "firet to the cobr
a. ts wasien. after wio be wthe. h house guests of Mr. t ED ralca veral imar or have a the Florida East Coast's the sad tale the wk ago wile sowing it to tr. on of b

kpof a Ta-Hartler and'Mrc E. B. Steveah during oTh Wste rn position wpaoed been held for U.S. rate re resen- paerty -md have been trano n tooetxpos and fall of nY, the Its. But hi burbas a d an .
outof d their vsa ft to the n Clandal one. epithInf. Iaant-hour 10 dstigofrvcanI but th. the rt lo aed to I e evn s Al-.-etb a-p g h:eM eIid tho e bou. an T r .
"On Monday Mr Richardon th erov nere the Local roup. It was re Flor East Coast bondholde adamant "and despite a Set
Sthe aker at the eet- tothe Eat an Commun- quoted recently at one of the d hve ACL secur trth of character al ehalf f

0Ing the anal Zone .chapter late. monthly meetings between the do -ote oa In retuk. finally yielded." e or sh lirw two days h
Sothe Amerihti Society of Cl- e Western o towd O ovrnor and Local Rate Civic in the a East Cot "On the following Say the

.S the e yh-dvr re a raised Wter man has o Counc that Tltyven representatives a bee led north braless. Ihuremh wa packe-, bVari ev. w aeg Imtha
Mernint'-r u their government soon mlgt Adstle of local tate vic Councilse local e AO sI u dtedid youX say We are 'm .t 'Swl -- .O "
arla arUsaoca.en l e full dndenth dence. Contn rate. comhuni D e and labor or- e French Govt. Clears W ay datoeb"a n

X. .blo^^ifo'r W ek pftla imedatndh moro nt or, r Td t Ro oATm of ofca
d ar d .woforr rp pNmorrnh ls. h t,-o

Ls ~ o R o the En- telermans that the t to ef of Re- id he wa th "ea do to

fSastr3cent stamp wll carry Ktneering News Record whose re- Wodt German Bundestag ra the wh/eh* ___l hd had truck him so o n .ouM ehlld aa.ase btanB -1u
"IiUo es" Goe we trust" ports were .combined Into the only freely elleted reresenta- PARIS, Aprl 8 (UP) -The the council" or to th supreme .am lmmuity "enly'blue ay ay
r w picture of but ieook "Blent," Come First." wlo ver. at today's meeng of the lnFrch ernent clearltted the aion BuId commander lEe, mI ve.s .
x Lt Durin the wa Mcravw-Ht the lntih ct o mls one isa Brtain's tmeei will be a general dis- hAL hak been at ie n. Alfred M. Oate. e am thero ef !
saib oth aswudome aed wIdsl- m n; the South Pacfic oe not speair.k for any party asion of dcorimary ope ra- tk eng sitrold, Marha The council cen he began to e anord by taen. huitef j Wrhanne a MW

wor uld bey The and Crin Alastal tO apend wrote rane' Germ Ande Frayncois Poncet t f. t d IJulnm prto eposidn bll the whpblc atatyeits a galtthe adton but ma e sed to a hos- norig.- so fS 1. I
Sbe red, white and blue of the reporB on the construe The East Ger many rovernment er II Atatle ACom ane com- pEDC laato tal when paralysis rt o principal re. pro
nof the Amerean flag. tlon of the Alcan Highway, on Western eyes exists onl several ala mand-E-rn-a ftor l central Eu- It forwarded a reminder tontini the sd tale the t aton
irTas motif, Poastle master .That position was adopted been held for U. rate represen- property ave been trhal o and fall of Ni thed .t his buru .
their visit to the Canal Zone. te the fat t that 10 days ago natives, but this is the lint for 1e ma to e AdL. aaurorexplained that tgl wasT e ws a)rta1 rdleccg :
Sdesneovet ranted "sovereignty" the Local Raterop it w re- lod East Coast bondholders adamant "and despite Oi i t

Tinads of trsons who o.SANTIAGO Chil Aril P command It woul go to a -re ch debaLe on the ED. ''
oiS a .rohl aAone .chapter monethy expeitinbton headed by ween we a t the 51-t- Juln 10 dafi y s aedt "s lh sa "
oe e atwsue inrer Secti etyeo fnCsTheWestern position toward G3overnor and Local Rawe Cvc Sock in the or East Coast "On the followingn Su the
ilngners, hasity Oemn e munc oa Indian id bees.'ruled worthless. curch Was palke baei-l e- sai"nohma
ii -gstatement Adeaender w ma1011ke 11. *-b'a' tb
Sofofmbern net-tnlddsdrvivetdetmergerhbeeatn9. ThatOapn wt

Bnwerandl-inarecentMethodsandm thatotheated rny R L Svn, colbrrdelamt
CH UItoSfhaomit-njetinhrsol withaebdieritrtlsrifeotoolneth

n e stamp rlvl ," h Is used as o sovereignty to the Soviet ager: Thoma- b. Eougam, Chef I- l.ho $- :...r. R
religious. m ainFiflc anc e +to tofk In eng11neering schools uone government by the Redarn of Retail Stares; and Charles Eastwo h at the tim ,be warn bit- i
M and woae one of fIve war cor- propaganda move. S hay, Assistant to Chief of Re- ten mid ho was glad.-th,-trait "Pleaae odo At to1f
qt.s00O. respodent-editors tor the E-n- He will tell Germans that the tal! stores. -- -- kheb eOf,1he issu"ntusince
fl-cent stan will carry gltneerbng News Record whose re- West German Bundestag is the
i ko intu o eIinto h only freely, hlested representa- Pritin's8oc governmentlcleard T th o nia lle or ta teulre kr hve." tbe
.v. -a picturo "of t ahe boI "Bulldonrs Come First," tioe of the Ge:man people and Mln eaedtASAS to d fe'Fr ane lune a aO nmmtnde r 1 to e n be-becvae-." the tin ayd
wo bene the Dutonj the war years he tr ancs- that the East zone parliamet5VpVdeI thtd form~lbg ersedb h e cuIfeq nsuredtlyinoa.i. j ho beoagN ito r orhisa tan the'
e word: "L Iinrty." The and n Mas k and wrote many Germany. formanypro fu o SIn. t o resig n e tatcmtntms'uat-pl argima beut was sho toa boa- s. o p ,: q
"cll be red, white and blue of the report on the st r.i-aThe East G eo A a cnfo.ern-ent. .l.o-t aha, u
It A Herl Y ann E.nB.onSoth e veansduringo edeiny.foren tral tiRuV. tiones as aoptydbe- hlforU.S.drate, e,- It forwarded a remindertof ,thei._but.I
Arthur -. Summerfinid ex. 'arioI i s- dema ended haurnces lat year Instructnll t all: Att
wils adopted a- teb- resm "" .o"u. to l ,,,o o,,,m.noaonoftebtswso
thatowhend -iCdhs NAT ofis pot to Indharlgte in heam pem
TIo Mark Inma th C such-a rular A acemn thii expedition headed by onrld withs ap rerflll tes ndm tnll of the"r-y ar- e nuhm10rGa ha ae taluhi.da"

aS member us- lived to have died 400 years a go c0- Inr ted m EtinglT a"t ap- th "f a- '"-
EIGr n ?bvereli Postal U. Was found reeently.- n c d e t -e-
-PI sostal Union of the Scawedei, 34-year-old Yale Un-" A nt eig ghis top hewat."...0 1"..
teV etnNesRcrWetrfleld oout ing professor at the University of Heaa- b
I vwna-a. vMthdlno Chile. said he hopes to find eail -i sI stha Councl h al"hish,
etatul es-I-tah that the mWmmv Is n,,,,hardL.Sulliv F novt.C lears "W

.s9 ;-.- - - - - - - - - -- a ic P:-o.
Some doubts as to its authent. po ~ .-mtl Western m jc
Postal Unioncity were expressed after scien- rOpan ,or
tisetslc~a elorn. Sw -sLorrected their original Dan e Con. or ra
*Am ~Ins ornSwita- Euroesta- since&
V~lpd coo1pepratlve +""" +++;nouneement that the mummy was "ti Gm mOrmuY +lser exai khpl. "ter+-, ,la"
vlatu1ry cooperativeU- that of a Quechua Indian princess, od a W n
sying that elsreaia" t 4 9f West.E1rope -, u,,-y]i,..
-of soe- thn enshowed unmistakably it was that"I ImuSgireaon iRS
matters suph as ls- f a buy. Thm wihI want fro ha axA1.
cc mail postage rates, uinlnm sidheel to aOh *Der- lltartWt r W-tSd
r The mummy was said to beMI, ..ha.Th
fee. eld Itsras- been found by an old prospector
been eld 6Brw-atop 17,0W0-foot El Ploino nets- 111111"Callkd ant
lain, where temperatures seldom remlaf t he 4-ation A J
rise above freezing. te goverafag body&ON Wti
The expedition expects to be t l ease setup. Tho
A.eback in Santiago in 8 or days. 1 oM
Balboa Tides -- 4 A.
U[, CK' hs ,om vief tor t Oakland Lake, in Ft.
SelI duck sOome her lollipop. However, the Wednesday, April 7
l- havdaWt oothand turned atay after the HiRghm 1 K.
initial.I tod sew 6:30 am, :54tpMwn fornnMa

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