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The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/00707
 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   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00707
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S C. HTPemdy, went t6 his ceant.r
ho at Chartwe yesterday.
i.mu- n. -But 'hi pespuust.will not be
.mug"M Ansd, A. ...dal...ouine eaed .t o t.In & to permit
SCh-t E en to mOTOe n before Easter.
^ ,,..date to.? So far Eden has been operat-
110 P I In. Min bin old'foran secre-
aA ty house upside ate ibed car too t tfore office.
A m bs.klS .n d he appropriated the cab-a
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APRILn. ( m a stree t asw n empl"'s home town is listed.
form of ow. wont s p dceno c New ng it. il pe Tile lon will work this way:.
ree o.fr owin conneetu- : .
L-i. w aYot~ the Canal
Retired Oldtimers Feel They'd Be Lost ofr
would cost to send him via $be I I mm
1Panama Line boats);
f They Coame Batk To Roam In New Ancon ntheCagnal
will pay the emp loye $W c
Fear that he might find hi" the c which have taken is eprtal am tv aprovg. Poun -trifor his travel e,-
self a "stranger ina strange place- w ase darl" haPenn. ";thy f flOgt What
and" If he should visit the Ca-past fMoo alghnetsrore. I'As a aw hi t t o o
nal Zone agasn was expressed in Hum ,who as former A matter ofct," he 1(, -what roWet th
a letter from J. H. K. Humphr alstant Q u a rtermast Itter becam Anpn oplevard S y va to u r tou
former asistant Chief 4ua 1- o nhoulddniarkI or"al, i path. running fllh10 W W d
master of the Panama Canal if a tnt s t bTraill below
*ho rMtrd InA i1 and is n Ow 'f'&I o n t the w.l ard:. At. A Men Y. p.9 W .

Swhen he IMg seals of on' t gh of "I was quite familiar with the ada w e l wante go- via. the air- robber 1z
against,"' ertll h e from Queen l I1oabethr n w The picture on the calendar old Ancon and Bishop's Hollow "the etter mpan ty ag to him ,blfW ye
. ce eremon I Bucn- was a view of the awW homing neighborhood, and cap. attest to CaleMar whlh explflea thUebtuhe b OI^r oily going to Chue Manhattan Bank
Bte. .ay palace. "development ino AwnO showing the fact that the present layout c py him 0 way. pa Wees l aea
Sof UV t to the House o-f '-I left I. n 1941 and what has pTe excepkon, to .t, howln gep
AnT eh new Prime Minis- happen since leaves me aspa ever, wil be taiu ffle i ..
.eb and humble r t staterooms. aable on the It Ltotd in the
re to ivn greatness of .mer Cain rt believee are aI could Panma Line o. cases muto bile r which the
8 'S. ltqe I tte .wolat a Ie told t a House that Its *- h *. dayth penm co"we he sir so normaoy wl. .l -
< .. ..thf oene k Fo|nrisrclled by M. Diralke. of St. oi dn the -o i Polce sad the pnt w
whln.Ico see Pt pter uniservices eersbur orda. nf ima r
S. d. -hatdu. ftr.* a b. enhsea aapi- terettos tius rR we lverht vapaceaty. fort to obliterate thoe
toe wfrome rQ u s ee or yn in hep reUnt clna. th e AtnerinAhouse ?B foMr 15' wh ouIts.euhohmn
to r onyith te B, Eden pledge. Chaplain (Cofl Harold u r) C. Beat, 15th Noal n tditrct, year and watched the kids slide -Y*-O- soi hm se of abra
l S e tae lad e to smy peeo hnls for mse rA Chaplain (M V. Al down the nurses hill on royal 15-Yer-
SO theI or Chalain, is returning on a isit brook AFB, Reveren W Bee alm frond sleds. I would like t
1 tha : -t. hn ws not in t h e at Zoo fro u bye e c C tl the -e t havonrethe
put Rob" ttoh h tonl at Fort. Monroee Vrginia, to and Reverend A. H. -w, Union grew.. e ur bak tep." . .. r .. .E
Sto heahe tributes op deliver the Eaer Sne er- Church. Balboa. EdwinA. Hovey of North An etn
M .toa-"V lor the second straight d5 iee at the Pan-eanal Ad. l8rv-eea Comr, eludin, Maine wrote, "The picture ad 1kod, offen l. t ntSa
Sd st ratlon Buldn in abos a th 70-voe cmied Armed of the new houses I An In- e a
Sl th 0-e-o tateman .col y a Services Choir, clating (f clouding Ancon Bovard and A 15year-old "aelond offend- for four .hours last nIgi
to e. publc role of T colonel, now serving personnel from Fr be. Al- Bho Hollow was most inter- w," who exactly one year ago .
Shore wlthut harness. e aplaln, Headquarte.u rolbo k AFB, Port COlayt6. 15th etng as Mrs. Ho ad I used was sent to the penitentiary for After they released
OBO^, ~r ApL '~ (UP) - k.il. to ay his e-*. nental Army Command at Iort Naval District and Fort Amador. to live in tBlahop olow In an one year, will again face the lice said that Cocchlar
M ,Mt -toa-th Con a- a ferr Conerv*. .onroe, o ated the comni.- will join with ~ thre o fant"y old French house fll of cock- Balboa Mastrate on two counts hotemn and ex-eon
I t Chur-. I ad br Easter sunrise Service pro- Divisi n Band to r 4un music roaches and ants. What a differ- of buglary. not semb sapy of .e
Sf "con- m while serving hermn 1. the out en ies ent looking place nowI preu a VAsques, together and they had no
a m a Topic or his yeart wirmon is hrie ous ser vces we old timers would be otwere wt -yearOld buddy were ieve he had any t
Sme The splendor of the in the Atlnti. the e rerntoe Canal one d tly morning d-up
f a.te 40ler" gt.ld 40-innute hth. Christ." y Gullek parandsa a ~" enow and w ou h ea o e the lart- on t drnoo n o d-up.
i D ientifto w b Queen. Shorm y Cletgym partlolpat la ter Mornint o n e l h uide to get around the placo the ord t el a nts were con- All bu banks th
pbfllh vd h P tht was the palace, the office announce- sent civilian congregations ntas Edgar A. D from Coco Solo a ew n th e ola ne ih hats been
for t.remant ment wa ued. well as Army, Navy and Air Naval Base. r n both the picture of Ann brought n Vasqwes wu found ilty of days, wbr a
111*5 it l a .Utimn of age." No Roue of Commons actim For F es Participants Include' Atlantic and Pacific .area will back memories of hen bert days burglary ostri and givelt a ofa prstettdB ,an
F Bs the eicial was require to ser-al ti ro Chaplain (CoUL W. J. RetAs.Fw&C bega.inm at a. ofhs beblc-rd totJalkBe- encS after five
v spt on Chiarchill's re- act Amador, Chap laia (Comma I adi o tsa sunn-o h ibasebl careerAto ae hethm

A d not. in FihL nal o te h ,- FPort Am-dy-rs at 10 a.m., at Fort clubhouse was built later, with a charged entering bld- reg
Casheoaoolayton. at 10:15 am., and at grandstand about where the ing 324-s on u Road on a
bae the n umy, the eure office e 11 Kobbe at 10:45 a. and :30 movie hall w oas Is" he said. March 2ath ead o another c-
SPria traditi p.m. Catholie services are sched. "I played myTirst game for the east (April1) of having broken
S* .ei m uled on Easter Sunday at ort O orgona team on that oldnt 8 a P ta Place. i s
izH-One of ts Wost 1la WiM EW I J Amador at 7:50 am. and 9 am.. Aitoon diamond. Then In 1916 we lB lsense are ted In three
r", t- m s"au sChwela timl yte"e a ,r p l 7 ; rd', at Fort. Kobbe at 7 a.m.. am. orge ed a new Acon team to th
S a fro foe e t n nO and 9 a.m., at Fort Clayton at play In the Panama Canal league The 16-r-old Panaanian P
She ii terita trs 745 am. and at Coroalat 10:30 on which C. A. Mcllvaine was the charged with Vasqun has ri

ds Tested 30,000 Ft. Ae NtWe.,

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4l!, (.s ..W I~ ~. he one of Aloe Depor- propelled Atr-,irt.mic mis a od. r thin m
hOM withftt harness. dhaplae ad ali ,.se designed to j eot ene1y thwn who wwe iMyt waaraI dark sen t t th p for After th

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Edgar A. ay from teoco olo85atw kneb two well inhe ten utl they can m b a& atomic at-next a five
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"THTl.INAVNCa 3eto 13.00
I OUR FORUM THE READERS OWN COLUMN It may be my slum upbringing in a.tes i know it,'
Its1 people being kicked in the anl year for -
teeth. And may make too pmulch t e be t t .m cnc
E M A I w f an t those who wouldncry out against he bAet lcal aN ea
7rror, but fear their families will hini
4e hurt or they may suddenly O06 o1 Is1 1 s
Mall Box is on open forum for reader of The Ppani Ainedrn. find themselves unable to earn instion-and
ire received gratefully and are handled In a wholly adfieAialgai eir dily bread because they're term Phethe atun .
lb : a e ever banned from a job. U hi m
yea cetribiue letter don't be impatient if it dewen's pler t Men ay live by more than tbs IdosertI
SLe.ttea Itre published in the order received. re alone but bread helps. So t rned o e
try te keep the letters limited to one page length. I hve been spending time trying o wU
S f letter writers is held In stricteut confidence. to help some bricklayers whose .yldt be Jao .W
F newspaper assumes no responsibility for statements a1 opin1em regional chief kicks them around, th wouldn't be
Is tter from readers. overpa ys himself and counts on at ri ds, the t a of i e
-0- oIma lime thug to keep the union las. or ev en l by
members in line., Preslde~he
LETTER FROM JAPAN We have it nailed down-names wouldn't take a chan aea s ae to a.a.
ruh aanashi, Japan d all-and I asked the working velt"
aruhah, Yamanashnen to come forward with a acted en
a lvits. But they told me they canat lhylceal stamina i thd u
because under the Bricklayers. the job. ..
Masons and Plasterers' Union con- .. as .
u may be surprised at receiving an unexpected letter from titution they are prohibited from The President ha a~ that e w g to
I. m a m Japanese student and have much interest In cor writing, saymg anything publicly GGh feels better nW thn hei dMe .....
nding with foreign friends, especially ones in the land or privately publishing or cauaeng te, Day. Te 0 a in
c I have Interest course, I have one in U.S.A.; others thing to be publbedewithout thiei resdctrayn han .
inW hilippines. Ryukyu. Ceylon, Finland, South Africa, I prael te approval of the union's hih in of om
Gambia (British West Africa). command, the slied forces, when a me mt,
Penalty for such "c r m s" was mea ured in humapav P i -
In the magazine yesterday I found you had new stamps of' againstothe bricklayers' leadership er than poli cal tatut;
f th uch regard. pension or expulon. Which i s ohe it remark- e o
Dgo equivalent to starvation,, because (Mharma r the second. red. Jim Ue
Do you have a young acquaintance who has the same nhobby o bricklayer can work in this His asons for eor ae member of th
malls? lI to find oone, let, t1ip ti wte Iteom untry for more than a month His ", rll'leaS or keeksn that plans tno t dm embeon Pr soote a
? Or do you know a youth who wants to know our Japan untry secret, Ike samid, re strictly er ad Commission, wa host
mals? If yo find someone, let, plee him wrote to me. thout a union card. out that t con for som of
11ireturn him answer soon. Panama Ca a ris most mprtant o o evening I gave up atch- wato the it WOld the 'pit ..-bote kno i
of the world ship-traffic and so I have been wanting a ins "Medic" and read the brick. ato i e n turl i A a a
end there. P players' corstitutlon. I found my sition that he wa "t., _. o .a, a Jo
working friends were right. It says N would make great am of isl erl
Oh, here I show you myself: Section 3. Article 4--to whichA muntlo. for the Demoot, he Charles Fay a d
I am 20 years; named Takeo Suzuki. I Was born on July Ic all the ttentoof the Ameri- aad ht f usu ud .r- san aod U.. attorney Lo: ""
In the foot ofiMt. Pujil. I am a textile, chemistry student ca Cii htie, Unontht d ,, ,. co*ve*r mpal* abi3tt .h i ale,
"T"ie" IylMsas i-K gh no aokyot 0ili "No AubordinateAUnionnortan y tam ernoan ,
only 500) and everyday I go to it by train taking Ios ours. r reo ha it commi out tetorm ublersh -V. stree ,aJa tat ht never ews w the f
... ..I wish thenter some factoryod dye. circular. letters, writ gs orbd t
family afre only five including me' wide mother, whose ed matter of any kind or give
ddied 19 years ao, one brother In Hokkaido as an elec" t any labeling interviews for gen- run for see t rm. *t6ml wty e l NewS
'w sisters in home-working and office working andr I eral distribution, eitherfo private- e runs fo. ae wt .
MY fobbes are said two .and Karate, Japanese ooxmgh r Iy or rublil" vill0fying or im-
ki.ing. ld pugning the teonesty or character LONDONv .- I eran.t into guy hen has' tgoned off an inch either i What eeverybody is prond "" f IM JUGGLING WILFA sIND a n lWe m
-ow 0 wl.aI fa tsef any offic..a r or member of d u any hav wo t edkSy Bartlett with whom I in looks or performance. is that there are certainth
Now O will go wya. I am afraid to spare your precious tima boiate branch or officer or ve occ sionally caroused here people do so well, like DIM Democratic senators ai ro hi
the trifle desire o mine, ut I hope your gentle will ve o this international in Hollywood, and he sad he She as a thing i t catehin eep ball another fil probe po eorer of this coi
i this to re. Goodbye t os i submitting e a a friend of which s sort of like the e early fA esou forget erfxpiol lh n the o h mo
S T O I oitur frst writings, print--. k .f hl a s o py w F y.e conu mmalte ali o at e do a rket inveltla ln. They wtI .. tti uup I

Dwthou Thst tact. orougs I have baen elldyhCd-fe the ame ofn caivia d vlr elr rx e as ate o talpart 002ears r i nvalitcm a nThiesa
ours d mater or terview to the m me s picture in Spain always in a costume piece and Into making It i loo y tit ow c n corporto 0 J ph r n,
S h eadeoruutlo ....att err~ience edof th e onthe. lhst year, I assumed he meant mostly In Technicolor, whether she easy.
tior -t P u canal Union aIrd se turino its hna .Angel Peralta and h ois trained v.'as Lady this or Lady that or e

de tional U snion ian aec uSridgiscon- rertegainrd tha now e tpn eah ataneu mte wansth.ea
TRAVELOINTERR sent and ae-pp val thereto." horses. But he was actually talk-.hutaid Marian in Rhe wiact ca aseidcMare ia dni robin Hood," So with MIn De Havilland. i ae for 'PRfift

teesent eurte e rsgo andawpepn plusmher teo" shac p e ned t is ole maaret steanida'^ p o'C0 w
-TRAVEL TO INTERIO e I refer to word "plr1.r ng about an olderrfriend a dame pohich means that there isn't a once saw her walk completely out Mrulling other, inelu 1 u
ote." c e n olrs even a .i Y the name of Olivia ne Havil- great dealfor her to do except or a skirt at a cocktail party ye rival companies.
oL .. Vroe datu o poero ion rse aw n e. e land. ueometdo it well. But can thin w k back agod and carryt off as casuallyri
:- ioerads I refet o to the rfacte Miss De Ho viland was playing when they gave her more muscles a&I th st w3 what she intended nl te a at

fH be own on them becae tr these loteIneterimCe rpoe hey m t* earnina a ntres genora l oro rlie ofiexandhople P holhedconav u mterisedll of Sena rt Bens o D
Lonlit.e to all Canal Zoners muadnin trbn ipsd to hithe teasritorr deag mends b an Lsainctho ased ThtOaror epth e o hedmd h Rai ark del snmutr we ssr lwino itoto e ericx puade wesyca M pecordingD
Public of Pe analma.on present good roads. nothing n e d to riti. raier audy role for L to flex, oandhe haulo o n the first place, no dmean he "enpIe sbync a l en luer," It* p teiL
e-, ,, thmo ie o leadership w va l hai~- ao" anyd a d to .do with ibjnk h nae pit" and dragged down an- habituaIly appeeain a girdle and f i l =
4ane old traveler from the days when roa erie-ifirsit opennF tel leadership l r ne hae io t of liod Th ep O an h raH d o no lany fto r nt a hoa d assndl no ca a .
'IA the twenties. I desire to call attft to the great rat chance of that pa im Conges epe Se u n a o oher for "To eachmis.ei w T. S maing oefon o athe g I m power ent lo i*emi .with on
Fle Panama Nation Guard officened to This ip the ncay union o stma when knigh th ood was really going But this is no part of a in angers. hat lady, over the d .t "
........ e.eral duty.,. on which... reuMres wth rank. __ razy iShe has a black patch over The point is that now my ga years, can d nearly anything o Since these pension funds rw .
e fund these Ocer. are e-rey courteous and anti eites o a such e r eye and her morals were a Livvy is sorL of be ing used as a a screen more completely than Int oe mils the mrald. be "

beollow name Ge or ie found tehl nw rd fn d bee n id e more a etxe uo me ne o s alad r Foreve n- hu at or foircei sm *d sh i to thto&UpInsto tt e m Mthe re I
to .ia,.,,t, t. Zone ,,huiMh anb m of them fe owtoouch shady, but she looked just springboard or the iner critical anybody I know without mak ino
S, l e pretty witn thepa. hass he did circle, said circle not botherl toa great ;oisy as over i he k.
uid..reh hoe pnet p..e.lai e1am onl tlesi oeandtand.Errol were a ter professional. They have jug$. Ii--o
o fn on eh en l" ifou elavdIto1r talk ha l Up,,si e Tn i;En Portao a couple of actors- than maun eaid r o a "**.bli-ds
Y mor moneor tiaton ohe averagzxe recaol- w1nd tht tator. rtMdBurton, who wawi-hr -lu. carobd o,;traaton-
of minor nfractions of traffic regulations, which kre bout it without firit getting f peroc to me a r B to r h t i *Loc"y .. ... aniace ...A. .'eren a
with a friendly grin on many occasions. mission f this ops r.av In t NEpa-c To- o an iot "my Cu snt Rphel, andr w tbt o Ce sti it t e a
oerwords, the--ere An a friendly-attitude toward th h visitors, fthe.bri- r re aeis btill about the best profes- this new British actor named Paul In this respect I was reminded tsead-l ethe ot ta o f ,

lerwomrs .te ure.is a But hendly attitudeto w ard visi brs If th brigick la yeat.ra00 wereast h ional actress I know, ifm ou like m Scof eld. who plays King Phil hin of the consummate kill of Senor**
of bearing down on them because of their license plate a Caesar's spouse, they might da.ames ~o nevssueh redolte wanie ma hi o tet coe n sate slll.. on /
onal Tis attitude could well he adopted in other areas rt offer aerm oent by h an n bader T re. GA as an f t a ot. i erala and stra s orsest taduS
"T..hisattiu d h w lbeadpledt h seees a poemli the malve Buat anything wrong in the picture And if her name was Susie Smith who fight bulls so well that a n-i e t epot hwn ee t toe
ail.-. for. th--r-s0rans0" of Panama NJ W-To - .e privey e nepon W e ius talness. I first saw Olivia in !ie'd be an overnight discoveryis coks easy enough for anybody to r it ii p
for ft--4an ofP. N -- rimprivat eConarsations IWereCaptain Bl od" in Antwerp about today. do-unt, you remember .tat mosta it- ev hert adproposed merpritl
Pa sitd we-in a land whee ea c p with etom ea he Sthedand Tu-lter" i- Is- s hns
.,"Irouse,, ach..E hop, each block has 1w years ago-can it be that What it amounts to is Jack people can' t even sit on a borse Co. The Juatice ,to ents an rg
itss-ecret.,polier ,,e, raese? .long?.-and fell sort of immoder- t Lempsey waddng into a barroom, even without a thousand pounds oI o nhueast' nt..1
_.tsa sedet pl ter- eae?-- ely in love with her. Since then and somebody always wanting tob ull in the ring. A thousand pounds bilk dis corporate T abee rrlaW wol
APPLICATION OF TREATY What did the union do about a she has won two c ao emy take a fanil out of the champ. Or of bull is what Olivia has been lk iento the merger plas
allow named George J. W.alters, Awards and been in more pictures some new ball player foreverlfighting off for years and she sil ldisove somestr mb ea
formerly the bricklayers czar in than nearly anybody and I swear being compared to Babe Ruth.o i her horn ebeaurtfaey om be ac k s targs waapulle th they dootask prefrent teat
Pittsburgh? Mighty big fellow, too. ,tuna l .s eh p mact.tac. ie e dna se tu.
mntly I wrote concerning about the rate of pay Panaman- Long before a congressionalcom. amtua oedoia e up t ae acs th etelm mene fr them,'
Should expect under the new treaty. Imrttee moved in on him, there was i -, s..a aemeet m,,, ,-elwns I8 a ,raorotor
enthing in our office that looks fishy, that makes me sure ta& k of his sudden wealth and lush G ua Crtn r esrsnha nt edAn nualtagIbprat ingdeu ntdTe l ro r'hh.
moe ny eaudlinoover-courtesydshowneme Isutto naat-UvIrs unowsianasemlsooret ttere e tt e .e ..
lhDs fact. Though I have been .e _i.ddf "*r the ftrt, a ditan came eongresplonal testi- Lakesben t w hchsllsnrt, i steel ent.u ahan'ewkw it yo os
She Canal Zone In my life, I have been placed in a poo-s. ony a few months ao saying tB yPeterE o s adFoon8irssweren'holdnre lde tong hat s why
tiltg more money than the average loom- rat ets, and that some building contractors, how._aD" --1s 8,00v s--r .. a were held wuhr. Yubd ,,_ -,en.,
could have been filled by an1 of three other local raters. could get bricklayers from Local ..... I thhwe, .nder thle nat m 0e Scmit The .-yea-oldt
... These three other local raters have given many years service konlyIf they bough their bricks r HINGrTONy-inneatyle orse inhd lb u c tdressttoing -
fe, e afro firms which pai Brother. W.AHINGTON (NEA)- To- that it may get orse, union settled by act of Congress, etting j-with .ems a .hct of..ok' .c.er cad Wotuld. War
Withavters a fee, And aying that he Y'. uneasy stirrinogs in theleaders soo ifr lnew nswersrI uationa standards, The luse.- ag8s an.. h e ....ti.s- te dorfhsec.adard.,,,'isen.&$id n
I't I like money? Sure But when tiuga l*e the abdve lod picked up $30,000 forjust this American uain labor movement such as the guaranteed annual hower administration is committed ll cm .r m.,, wn-
they mae y suspec ,a,,,,,t that you...... y f a vir Jdrt of txansRction from Pittsburghne from new issues that reflect wage. to settling them at state levels. u .I V MI_ ,. ..t-.
kind m of in, uics, only thing is ,-that you.. dt k i. building suppliers and only then changing conditions in the labor To regard GAW as a panacea But if it Is to carry out Its free IsCloevelandy Cgl, .
Ain of hiustis theway thingIstre at yoisdonbeikng l what.isto did W.al term permit the bricklayers market. for everyone does not make sense, enterprise fmula, It is recog MPLOY nUSED
Ifthisin the way th etreatv is being applied,twhatsIs dWh atat s re okeant'
he same.thin..fom.happenin.to.me.l Onto go out on the job. Guaranteed annual w agie --It has worked all right in the soap nized there must be higher unem.- What ak i..lak. lant is
s amethinmg fromhappening tome ,ater on-?One supplier, Thomas M Brown, known as ..GAW for short. Auto-..ndustry, which can stockpile sur. loymeiA and disability-benefits. thatCl.evlandd' .t..,ewn.
Paid George some 14,000. W mauon State rght to work' pluses in slack periods. It isof One "satiactory standard" of A ,.ti ., ,T- P -
Sasked why, he retorted helaws. New standards for mi mum no use ii, the retail trades whichn per cent of gross P pyfor 2 Sheeta a u,, nrYm ,-an 'C..bt.
do.ath power over bricklayers. .- .I.ice. Unemployment of over t .re go broke. Whether ift will work in bas that today. The highest tis oust of.fluenCueatveroYoung*po ,W *-
AaelieUd that Walters exercised million workers with enfP~otment ihe automobile indusWy or othersaper cent. T. e average is 3 s per shoot Li.. b,' : 130i. Wal.et' .td _'.
-e'__F'-'_ efficient power to pull the brick. at 'oveilO. million -. _I 'trang wwhich must shut down pe iodically cent..Th-rty Utit .have lkeen con., tnz _Wi, Bethlaeh B el em1M tn ha"et
-:,' layers off of any jib he wanted hotnote of inconsistency to recra to change models remamIis to be 'ermginrese this year. F-our'UUmi'b NI ,,,u oynerhip a_- t.. Lau .4 4 b m.
I itof the contractors refused to eaaUmnmgi an general p rosperiyI len. ...ave. raised re.dy has 4voie u theompapy.dent o, ett'4-d.bqurgC.
llilIIt s-.the mix-man AFL-CIO merger-neg..accurate data on who they ae, ptauont ana anything else, n-ncti.on. "rhe ,senaower adman

; ." MM I MI IJWB Armed Forces Bervice Can- instead of nearly 10, but the-re areisatO e ,legislaturea. unlol off.icials[.,,ison~s. But_ the-fight -,gain- .t,"th --

tar will preside a program of complaints it is too high. Fearinjg would refer to have these things Is relegated to t states.
an of tMy oaries," who is ,""..
presentlyrviy iV.the- Isthmus .
ftm WashIngton, D.C. __ _ _ _ __ _ _ __ _ _ _
Samuel haptro in professlot- :;
ii ilto a chemist in the Entgi-
B ReOs*eah and Development-
Labo m.rtel at Fort Belvoar, Va.
m gg' .., yaa i' ,i/ "b' has. spent yea.-s per-
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thto wms he began Mt the age of
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jeIt wap et.we aren't sure,
'df'an]w ksaid.
w t l wind shift ause .the blase
bs Y- to break thcoUsh fire lanes in
i .,jen- the ire's noltthwest sector In
couty Washington Cbunty, the. most
Di p htock were inaccessible area.
S- -. But on all otherfronts In
relth.r burgap said three counties the bin blaze ap-
04pa wre ex- pearesred be In check a, spores.
*te4 QOiahoma. of te rangers volunteers and
mthem Txnas, and v personnel from near 'j
AW t ban atne-and Ooaat.Guard
t tt a n base q foght It.
Erkat northern At Lakst Wyo;, authorities re-
thrthrn moha-, ported 200 persons had been res-
Wl' Texas was bat- culq4 from. snow-stalled autos
Swminidand siee Monday. nd
a tornado Wyomin officials said the
1 of savage bbiH rd probably caused
"M oAnit 1 a big lyse iftlivestock but that
utesiu. moisture was a boon to crop
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In observance of, Good Fri-
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Carolina Legislators

Take A Few tours

ForA Bus de
RALEIGH, N.C., April 7 (UP)-
A group of North Carolina legis-
lators, state officials and pretty
secretaries fled the routine of
state business In a chartered bus
Loaded down with 'refresh-
nlents," they "disappeared" for
several hours, creating a mild
state of qonfuslon at the capi-
Newsmen, most of them envi-
ous, solved the 'mystery." TheI
busi waa aibtl at South. H
h Lar tparkbd a-
bove the John H. Kerr Dam at
Buggs Island Va., an hour's
drive north of here.
Before the whereabouts of the
junketeers was discovered, the
us company, the Highway Pa-
trol, the governor's office, the
office of the secretary of state
and the speaker of the House all
had a hand in the general con-
The bus was one of several
chartered to take members of
the'General Asembly and state
officials to a mama airborne dem-
onstration at Ft. Bra t, N.C.-
The Army's show was canceled
due to poor weather.

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anproximatelS 70x50 inches, it ii
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Lawyer Appeals MN

For Invoking Fifti

(UP)-The nation's first lawyer
to be disbarred for refusing to tes-
tify about Communist P a r t y
membership appealed the rul in g
to the Florida Supreme Court to-
any, and attorneys urged a quick
decision in the ar-reaching case.
Attorney lor New York law-
yer Leo Sheirer, disbarred in Mia.
mi for invoking the Fifth Amend-
ment when questioned about Comn-
munist activiest told the high
court the question "'strikes at the
heart of democratic government."
State attorneys said the practice
of law "is a privilege and not a
right" and refusal to testify is
legal grounds for disbarment.
Chief Justice John- Mathews
promised a decision "as soon as
Former U.. Sen. Herbert 0'-
Connor of Maryland, chairman of
dlie American Bar Assn.'s com-
mittee seeking to have all Law-
yers wno invoke the Fifth Amend-
ment disbarred, flew here to help
argue the state's case.
O'Connor said the ruling of thi
Florida court probably would be
the final answer since the U.S. Su.
preme Court has refused to re.
v'-cw a case where an applicant
fur a bar examination-was refuse
ed a license on the same grounds.
Sheinbr, who came to Florida
as attorney for the Office Price
Administration. was bar from
law practice by Ciruitu edge Vin-
tent C. Giblin In Miam .last Sept-
a after he mvok the Fifth A-
nibdnment bef Giblin and be-
fore a internal security
sub6ommitee in New Orleans. He
appealed the ruling and then mov-
cd his family back to New, York
Defense attorney Luis Jepe-
way of Miami said Sheiner had
teetified at the New Orleans bear
ing last March that he had no
present connection with the Com-
munist Party but he refused to
answer questions about past Red
activity y "because he trembled in
his boots in the fear that periurty
charges would be brought on the
testimony of a government in-
former.' Je eway said o
"It was a horrible spectacle of

signed this cross, known as Mas-
es his name from a similar one
orence. Tempera on panel and
Spart of the Munger Collection,
ago. (NC Features)

liadi Disbarment

i Amendment
a man being disbarred because of
a complete lack of evidence. Not
one syllable of testimony was of-
fered that Sheiner had ever been
a Communistt" he said.
. State Atty. George Brautigam
of Miami, who filed the disbar-
ment charges, argued Sheiner had
a right as an individual to in-
voke the Fiith Amendment but
that as a lawyer and an officer
of the court he was "obligated"
to reveal Communist activities
when questioned by Judge Giblin.
"It is not the state's contention
that Sheiner Was convicted of a
crime although membership in
ti e Communist Party is a felony
in Florida," Brautigam said. "The
only question was his fitness to
practice as an officer of the
court," .
S Supreme tourt Justice Harold
Etebring said that under Brauti-
gam's argument "12 years ago a
rlwyer could have been disbarred
if he refused to say whether he
was a Nazi.'
Justice E. Harris Drew said
he was "somewhat worried" a-
bout hte state's argument that re-
fusal to answer is grounds for dis-
"We contend there is a mark-
ed difference between the right of
an individual, to claim his consti
tutional rights and the right of a
privileged officer to claim them
when his privileged status is in
question." O'C6nnor answered. -


HARTFORD. Conn. (UP) -
Nicholas F. Rago, 16, appeared in
police court on a charge of ob
training money under false *re
tenses. The judge was Nicholas F.
Rago, no relation.


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April 9

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(A Lenten fea terof the Pan-
ama-AMerianh, mpand by the
Church of Our lr, New
Read ,L Luke 33:8U-33. "And
If I be lifted u from the
yeth, will draw a men unto
i1me." St. John 12:32.

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Topic: "The Resurrection
Luke 24:5-6




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That amazing prophecy is
coming true Tomorrow over the
world thousands upon thousands
will be drawn Intb churches by
the compelling power of the
Cross. Try to be there yourself
even if for only a short time, but
if possible, sauy lur the unree
hours. You may forget what is
said during the meditations but
not HI5 words-His seven last
words of love:
1. "Then skid Jesus, Father,
forgive them' for they know not
what they do." Men without for-
giveness are men without hope.
Can you love in that way?
2.' Today shalt thou be.with
Me in Paradise." Today-here
and now; to be 1# the Presence
of Christ las paradise.
3. "Woman, behold .thy soni
Behold thy mother Jesuq looks
down from the Cross and speaks
this Word of Love to those near-
est His heart, the beloved St.
John and the Blessed Mary. The
love of God Is broader than the
measure of man's mind.
4. 'My God, my God, why hast
thou forsaken Me?" A lonely
shattering cry, then underneath
are the everlasting arms, and
renewed faith. "The song of tri-
umph has begun."
5. "After this, Jesus..saith, I
thirst." He. asks but one thing
from the Cress. He gives us tne
opportunity -to serve in His
Name. d
8. "It is Fizished!" Christ has
won His victory as a Man. God's
love cannot fall. He won His vic-
tory for us-the victory over
death. "Be of good cheer; I have
overcome the world."
7. "Faier, Into Thy hands I
commend My Spirit!" The Word
of perfect trust. The Passion of
Jesus endr not in death, but in
His victory over death.
When the funeral cortege of
Abraham Lincoln was passing
through the'streets of Albany, a
Negro mother held up her child
and said: 'Take a long look/,
honey, 'cause he died for you."
On Good Friday we have the
chance to take a long, look at
one (far greater than Lincoln)
Who died for us.

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I get it t in ge
S(act that Paul Muuli's wife bror.d Brookly humor. And
restless has led to one of the becn a big thing-today,
eagerly awaited moments Foster is *as -m -r In Teo
the 54-'55 Broadway dramatic as be i1 oD Ave
son. That's the upcoming play, This *sa t tplways the e
erhit the Wind, the drama Foster started years ago and
t the Scoket trial that brings comedy style was then unusd,
b back to the New York stage n those 4,da.., comics mostly u
the first time since 1949. "one-liners (sampt. one-ll .
'I've been ir. hemi-retirement," '-Just care back fro4Hollywo d.
says. "I had no wish to do Made two pictures. One profile and
ow,l was happy in California. one full-face.") Phil's Jokes ware
don't like New York particular- longer, invoiving-'charaters anE a
it's too hectic for a man of story. It took a while for the i.
temperament. lie to catch ui to him, or
But my wice got restless. She rsa. tohi or
t to see New York again- "--For six-yrears." Foster says. "I
her relatives, see the snows. never finished an engagement, I
I promised to join her for one .ot fired or cancelled every times.
here. On the next-to-thlast it I lasted three days, I was tr-
ot our stay Herman Shumlin mendous."
ed and said he had a script for
to read. I said I wasn't in- He almost gave up comedy;
sted. But he persuaded me to favo t bs.pain. But
ad it. at least. Idi d I was day his innate sea gf hua
mendously intrigued. cropped out A woman said a
... ~wanted her living room painted
TOPLERS d sky ,blue.
aek Paar ("The Morn ung "What time, of day sky blue?"
," CBS-TV): I know a chap Foster asked
o was a one-fingered pickpock- "Like now.' said the won ,
a u. steal was key',lading ..I
S ers. up. Fas -O
-.. ... 'Oh," he s-a "at X.
-"The next day we signed the sky blue "
contracts."' The ,ext rlau his boss started

With basset hounds all the
nge on TV, comedian Paul
Lynde finally gave in and took
b two es t agent. "These
d&.'i" Lyn "can do any-
Spoint." uke, sure," said
alet, "bat can they take
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iLpplying the sky blue paint in the
morning. The woman protested-
"That's nort 4:30 P.M. sky blue,
that's 11 A.M. sky blue." When
the boss found Dut what the score
was, F.x *,'was fl.td.'AA f'nost
people ore very glad.
Dick' : Quickie: And then there
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was the ive year o@i wo
Bragged to biq pal, "My Daddy
A few fast facts: Carol Haney is so old bp remembers B-M
is about P wdancerG Peter ORE teleilson."
!ba..I* leaving "Pajama uGdto
for aotber show ho used to .. ... r- ..&
dut ler hair backstage.
the red Bar'be celebrating their
A4th wedding & anniversary and
they've bpent feury one in Florida
duringg baseball's spring training.
. . Bill Cuilen's so used to the
igt blue of TV shirts that he's
his den that color .
Wolf, prod cer of "Masquer. F1J
Party," is nferring with the
the Ial Sen. Blair Moody -
lan. to do a TV version of
a aid proueam. "Meet Your
D id you know you
t ours and 49 min-
nuTat s the national One thing a bock-seat driver
according to the Neilsen never runs out of is gas. sm
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i to to thb i&ce?" "Who's
?" "Joe." "IJo' a Jerk.,
'a ca." "O(, lets go.'I
e reason for the two Is sim..
Brooklyn. says FPoster, is a
W al. Itself, with language
ur its own. The one.
- tells the whole
,-I ro ly "why go to-
ce, the glIs are ugly"-
mnt many outsiders would

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April 7, 1955

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SS. "AGJZSBORG" ............................April 12
8.. "FIADOR KNOT" .................... ....April 16
08.8. "YAQUE" .... ........................@.April 16
8.8. "L. B. CARL" ...................:April 23
.S. "MORAZAN" ....... ................. ...April 23
0*SS. "HIBUERAS' ................................ April 30
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A Steamer ....................... ..... April 13
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A Steamer .............................. ...... april 25
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supper eats ands iaale i
Along with ot e tainment;
na emhestra will fuhdala m usic
fotr gancin,7
am-eUS tqDo s eaR oved At
Chicanlta Thls Weekend
Mr. and Mrs. ~fp co Arias
have openedd their home "Chica.
LritM" in El VaJI for the holidays.
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Planned For PaT e "" ,
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No. 749 are pop a Grand GAa NOR MADDMr a
lall on baturdayAl t. com- n
Smenn u at Aeri_.a -
There will be of Sam" gnd mu-
"s 'efore wabtertament. Martha Tupper, born in Mls-1 Ellen Baltonstall of New York,
S.. sissippi, now a foremost fodIanoter friend who knows fine
;All Elks and their friends are authority and wonderful cook as food, anve us an Easter dessert
Invited to att end. jell, sent us a glaed ham last suggestion.
-- Keek. It was tr.ly the best. With 9pgffee. Jely Parfait
Wlikins Plan Reception For t she sent spice orange wedges S ielgs) .
iMaj. Gen. Ryan o serve with thie ham. So, of One Ai ropi unflavored gelas.
Invitations have ien issued by coursee we asked for her recipes. tin. 2/4 cysb strong coffee, 1-3
Rabbi and Mrs. NqtbS WitIkin Mrs. Tupper. advises us to cup sugar, 1 tablespoon brandy
S.aor Geep5,cIntr of M1 laze ththam one-half hour be- flavoring, cup whipping c ream,
-. -,v.. ....... jar Geier' Patrick I Ryan the -- ,p
- a:.e ,-torin.t... ..f.M ... e thir meat I fully ,ooked.y cup canned chopped buttered
S. u.L chief of chaplains of.the United Remove rind then, score, snd amond
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F ore Servia CSa- o_ -. ". "a ed gelatin and sugar, stir fla-
au "0 --. t oso -Ba ] rn oboad Canaldbe e. vorg. POur Into jelly roll pan
."el d Mrs. WMedoa M. Pettlt of Al. ee Lk Their TYoung r any shallow pan to a depth
LtLtA,-0e 1es o naest o Sgs One-quarter cup orate mar- of About Inch. Chill until
S s- Mie* M" to elan T Te ^ anoe Elks Lodga Pov. malade,e cup u ulph red m-, firm. Cut into -Inch cubes.
on op an ae r. eron s n'Eg Fnt" clp classes, A cup prepared mus- Whip cream and sweeten to
h .f ee 3s e P n. dren of their members at t tard, 1/4 tespoon Tabasco. taste. Arrange alternating lay.
Ie sh fl cliol ln 15 M, IIlks Home in Bra .eirhts' Combine al* ingredients. Brush era of coffee Jelly cubes, whip-
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me* m noon. There *Wil-.tW pries for tions. Yield: % cup. dessert,&uses.
L.a'i mh5 *. the luck ones and t all. atere e EA DINNER Shrimp
4 take 'Pao e- Xeee 0 4, a the Allirook Air- Spiced. Orange Wedges cocktallazed ham with spiced
7weOa gi s Mie s Betty Flatu will be maid of honer. 4 ETINGS orange wedges, stuffed baked po-
The Balboa Woman's Club will Four Valencia oranges, 2 cupstatoes. baby Lima beans, butter-
--- - 1'I. held their business meeting onesugar, 1% cups water, % cup ed new carrots, sof. ro11s b,,ter,
Mrs. Aria sof Belle Vista and their faiynednesdany morning,.April 13 at,,negar, 1.2-whole cloves, 3 piec- or mararilne.RelIsh tray-cel-
1.' Wi l l Valle are splf their Easter vaca a.m, at the W, 2 Memorial s sit cinnamon. e .radishe-s olives, Cucua.nber
of -aS t i_ tian d l l R ale. Balboa. The e w Elecm.in f Off h cTtleks-..TeeffeEl r iifIt o
1r o a cooe, a d e Add water to whole orMse Ctoa s Nef jelly parfait, cof-

oi-" ,. M. a 0st speaker will be Mr.. . CrOLuNeDd NTer u
Va ll. M r and- r : .ames Price and Earl Curtis at Gashbi who will With a fork. Drain nd.n ut Into
Ien a Jimnie ;th eIr speak on 'trly Indian CivIa-gths. C er. tWAYNESVLs', N. wU
that tl y have ion in Panama." He will brin egar, cloves and cinnamon; Just like many foods am
W ed nto : e homi, e at along his ex collection 0 a tir ove low he until a Ir Is rubber pillows are frozen fore
ftan.m- i ath. Stl.teewy graoes o dissolved. Bring i boal s f dd hey bre baked. At the Dayton
i ,d C i t the iaon MJaes ol s re ca tr ba Ier qo. p!ant here, a latex
z r, at- Hs ,,pses f ..r 0 rminI ,. 1 c r r sc* into UoldaS. Ihe
1'Z it$~ a- .d- .4eS eryrejeroset*Sliegprpo
'o .Oranges 7 be spoon- ture oft 161 tUErubber mixture.
...: .t",are t, .ot s rmlt z ae inI. I.. r jars and Freezing i s f allowed by be ake a o

o"f-d d'.., .ed th d u.-Ine dInnttrac And *I4r --sealedn fro Tvulcanizing.
'Wc slhndbTi thkif aboard th aai al rogta
rt e Worksin tAhevy Ship"A. 1".,The me",rs
o lst 4zas theM took a bus iktq Ion, totreru LeapC *flp, 4
shop and bI'F Ianeb. Te next Fern Leap aptlo w f. o will
Meeting of the clib, will be oa hald its stateai meeting Mon da y, CED E.S .
April lath, at the newly remodel. April 11, at 7:30 p.m. at the An-
o .ed Community House at the 15th c n M.sonic Temple. I PRE-l eNDJGARTE .KINDERGARTEN FOR
r ry loweof El Can- Azval District. The D7 roes of the Order willMCILDREN9P% TO 5TYRS. OLD
ft e hld'ay be emp iftiedby the viaItiag
akff.e ard Medet, n-oe rs of hcd Chapter No. 1. Ave. Mdxico 67, Bells Vista Tel. 3-2545
whuew aer. husband -A-1Reservaionsm Being Reeklved Dinner will be served at 6:15 Lghted, Bet EuPe. American Methods.
.F@0 Pan.m Aserkm ay y eeae pa.m.
} .,a ..l .. _The Inter Am ericanD Affairs ry erollment o ieafronieThurda"ril14,"mornin.
mnmttee of ~the Inter-Aoperican Cristobal .Lde No. 2 -LO.O. IF Mnr,
..elban a Clb is .1 pla a din- There will be a meeting of the
U a. Glen Kerr -f tyr dance for April r4th at the riIstoba Lodg No. 2 ....
m atertaaoed at a T)alon Club. Mrs. Fabrega. wife 1I hurwasy Apa 7 1 _19at 7:30 p.
P fa iaday Mar. $7th of Panama' Minister of Fore n m. Initiatory Deo to be confer.
Mrs; err's daughter, Affairs, said plans for this cele- .ed. Al Odd ol a are cordial-
ou 1, 1 attn, m isit inug bration of Pan-American Day will ly invited to attend.
.Another da feature a parade of models, dis-
Ina 0421f the countries of the Pan-
Cal ware Mr. Americas Union.
W0 a 'nd s oof the

s-at Of the Americas" for t
WIardo night' Aptril 1 Tickets at $3 in-

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Before tha mearreu explain
thesn inthiate Physical Fastst
No loving mother should let her
daughter marry without tell-
ing her how important douch-
ing two or three times a week
,.ftih is to;,iti9ate feminine
Seaplinem,-health, harm and'
marital happiness.
And, be sure to tell your
daughter about this newer,
scientific method of douching
with ZOITE- how no other
type of liquid antiseptic-germi.
cide for the douche of alithose
tested is SZ PoWtRFUL yet So'
SAFi ti dfldiate tissues.
Discovred by Famous
Surgeon and Chemist
Warn her, too, against the use
of ineffective, home-made solu-
tions or dangerous, over-
strong products. Zonite, dis-
covered by a famous surgeon
and a noted chemist, can be
used as directed as often as
necessary without the slightest
risk of injury. It kills every
germ immediately on contact,
destroys and removes odor-
causing wastes, 'Us- this mod-
ern method of feminine by-
giene. Buy a bottle of Zonite
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Quick Like a Bunny
Hop To These Buys:

Lovely Easter Corsages, Rosaries, L.ewelr .
Straw Baskets, Egg Dye, dellcoo CADi
BURY Chocolate Eggs, Greeting Cardsi
F Decorations, Stuffed Rabbits and Chieks? I

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(Both across from the Ancon P.O.)

Gdt 4Ornes A!

Ym, wf CALUMB-te dSdom .

ctt baking
- oft Utad iBiw ,J


-lb 6iW ,

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will ita .BU',r. (on the hfuse) for members
S-' s"" l ; their guets.
saturday Evening, April th at 7:30 p.m.
1343"tt; o Panuam City

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A t - "-? 1 -' . -
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k- AO am.&L mld 10s30 .as. EASTER SUNDAY
A b.y Aault *Aad YaS.-.Cho r-.r-
&inmwa-vel.116; B. saw, Ii.-,
b "- ati. A'. B." SHAW... .. MA-. .

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he seid, ei w-lt enf thase ge
Si ron sads maothbly over thi fabric.
Tk from doMott dra or stick, thetafom
you' t thoah mch sooner.
(qhe cp eam longer bemaus duNt

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-FO R _t. of J*. Ave. ,Et C rana. ..l Ave. 45TO ;", ": i- ..
12 W ORDS ..i..u Ave.... .'. .: No. = a sar- eW..i P e S. i mm .V. .V eA 1A


<8ue*o~ FOR RENT' Sondr* W.nteo Bof '-ott..
ESIAL .*& Automobiles Miscellaneous Houses A -. ....

0N S75; Norg o refrigeraor $25. _A- Di-Luu. 7 Navy. Ft. Amador. r ch 25ec liek2 yers tin Avenue No 6: Fos bd- 2443 Wu N d l Mn

AL Mrphon 2-1DA550. TD pdsy:r M.aHa oth1- iGem. All in d clond porch oCoarg e. Front f oot vremlenCd oa ,
PhoTeL Panama, E 11 Pne5 6 1-9256-bo-ar. F R DSALE:--1950 uiek r 2- 6 T orto. lo ret,2-512. ground floor. mrete rates. A -Ph'o e Wd "U .

o "9 .Goodconditio..R.onabl.56- Donbl.. Avalble M04. wM i ."
o l d sp.c_ D L..dk. FOR SALE:- ,n p.d"relan .....- ownstrn, s -.2... -

tr., es Qand illow ; N o. me04 tAar Mak Coffer fo r ick sollt o l___ FO. inc ALEt abspl; 9 fr. We, p iA .
'* ______"_______'-- -o_ SALE:- D i- OLdMnyrobs, new. .... ,.-. .. P-'.-r_-4..- 7- Wr -At41
CYUR AD WITH ONE OF OUR AGENTS OR O U 3 FR RN .o..f.H e R Wd .. ...r .. .. I "

;f l r RHVDnE oroville thde property oEddle 4m door 5CRi, ,oved .rve 528- p ilAno Phcel radio l and rord. Ilng, itchen bprekst lneook. ltA
Coce decse ahho^ 25 ownr 2-30. l ores.It AH IHd loporch on v
dIvdual Ptems LOURDE R sold P- Fot PI LOMB paRDO Shpport UCHoisi
en r.2 ry o u n onl. hih de on FOR SALE:- 49 o.udonL e .FO R a. ...-'R N..llton FOR RENT:-Smold one. Ae .N TED: al.i4 a __
o r a a ~te:n c ondGtion. Cr ci on Pon ,o t l. o-s une"R Son Marn Av e fu pdn 2 .THnd 4O$iroon r o bo
6 BORR DoSwnernt A.Pi3602men A NBa.lboSiLa.obit .ch enora. Moderaelren Genera on"7b a t Cl. eoaea,.Mosel s ,.PU

S. a a one FOR SALE:-Aua.n 4-dor mo- di piFR l. r ol. NT" o r lES

r w i dions many oporl pqc rtk duty No ich e sihm; 92 c tmer Arut, P 138 C o cha-rm-n hewell L.a h
D'". LIF E ISURl AC foier. .e. lm o wr. AuR Spaid. vin Pnamr 450. C .m. Kod 8m.m. mo- oR ENTT: ModerN .Ifu paftr p h lal

.w,, -ditor.PhoM 3-2371 or F,nclro.A
CrAL o iOM M ERC IA Lte of cleoth" "d ... "a ... Tn S E loe tR Tri e bedrooms,'
CALL s i o OR olll n R- d-le1i 8set;"-pisPellane w fous r Ho us es nlds lud io wW rll e

SA 9PROFESSIONAL4l t.uPeot ORt e n tIn ubrnl. e L F RENT:-h bamd c AiNTEs l Atedor jnu noilld Si

D u i r s.^ C. E.a* aboves areDthe properr Eddtie 4 or, 'L lt n R rad io, ov edriv e2 iao; Pi o l an recor Sd i ngls kitch*en- room k.en two me a Ardor t WNdig a t .i'

e--bANA rBO LADIES. brae pc~ S--- : B- d- drim s ml. w/or*/u 1:01 4kW mewh f our-door 1950 1h11vrolt 17Clo bsndroom. tutuoblo for two coel-ll
G r rIDGE Cachrane d-ceased and thEe hans 2-1235 or 2-3550. playcler. any oter itec ms. Allringanduenclose d *porc on .p ed 6. Fhirmn 5thell S.r Colon. .
3 F-4th of JulyO Aeo. d ur ite m s0- l c ;b Mold FOR SALE:--i 00g m, -ondi FOR SAl It---cu. Re r ing. e- FOR. RENT: Moernlc to W pap
$20,se .o.. udir n living-dinte 1947oForduCoup@i"Super.hhauve@.O nt-f1refr.igerator;with remmpena e onGe er Sas U m lor .ph i. one .fftl -.L .0100on.

aBALLROOMn4DANp.a adl c tion R sb. 5 AOn Rens Avail 4 w ie hetln Pne B a l
mAkes oe A SUITE FO Pho E : -4 8 W FOR SALE.:- 19 5 ls0 Buick Spa- lfo rneias so k po lod, js --2.turzator. rdms.hen"

Balboa TAmerica1. Ofical ved .6m Auls.oi wI
HOTL.EPNAM.Pon ,o2. ,-Do:.oss.Manyt ro w"Wanted

CSLto 10 p.m.-Adults. Pro-teens in etr. ,w E Fo b o

d imeIUonly.K) 195 Lanri. O L n PS, arita Te FORR RNTN oaA io cerU IoM e
A By appoint t l FOR SALE:-e House hoold d s upholstery nw w-w tires.s Tel- FOR S 50 Nash, 2-tone O ls RN: a i AE L.

genakrg TR. S..Pa AeermaniOffinnls. ANE'Sgmidl hoges
Mor in...... lboo 4comprisl tr he fo2llow- n: One ahqp- 5 Alb3 ook 86-3272.p Ointlike-nw; twin beds. On s e bedroom--np s ma t its W.WUbaWA

SPANAMA RIDINgSCHOOL c ..c, m .. -ki --h by the Organization or Euro national prodeut," or combi. Gned ex- pr bet cSanta loTe. To l
t r ean Economi raton d. penditures of the nation's People conAat t

A 5 P.F. phi -0279 Ouatemala'- thriving air trac- Francis iJ AdamS, managing da- During the same period Imp orts b business and government, wi total hesad. Bta c p
by top ofa pllats of Pain meran reresentative and Harry Ram- The high export level wedded or a billion for every day in the to f r.

World Airway Ltin Ameran mer, operations representative, to allow iportvolue was re- ar, says the faily econois Wolson or his comm tee t
C F M Divisi 12-1 of xico Cait Paul Misclon fer toi s OEi expe rts as breau FOR f RENT:-hwestern National en-e p -
ScThe Ceonr Ame rican repub- traffic and sale eeetate one of the dominant t o ie Insraeom de n e h
S iucF l, *cls a tre- of Bogota, Colom a th e economic situation as Ir two baths, large living room ad t company e
Sa mend reta to st Also James D. bso tin veshere rnta.
SshIs, t owels, iihstb ft -e FOReSALE: 194 James A. Thisu rea n blind sopld progress" Krabeder has pointed out that PanamaPore entries C nor the Bonwo of Aue h1v
Sove do l n prot4-door, radio, overdrive, $285g. piano; Phl o radio a-d record ings, kitchen, breakfast- (UP- on e-hal of Wars stocks own- Caribbean f were chosen dde C torr

Ser leu- ae ld s thene r of ew Orleans; thifrom the doiar area. outside entrance broke through ragingfromschools to pot ..theater before an ent l

s convted of reg alt coferaw s. The od thers C de H lard, station man- 2. or.s to the dollar aea eeal padloed prch on vthe nt ir eto o fdd
hihatd u i4tter r.s a g Pa n- door Originalgoodt raihanderfioglgRm.FRetiringA. PEon1 tor o el tio hot Rwater,ENTl sed sor a e w bt a u

'b A S ena by antaa b ide Sa, rini- ager and T arer, tatideb mere A D.than doubled. wored r rs i aeene s ow d by about 6 0 i hd

]Phone 9 wPana r 2 5 dad April 1955 b between the h ou traffic ma nager, one Brownsviller 3. Industrial prinutes cet Pa b or h e nto aaeaJAA. eo gol Paenan, netfter o r i
Lonan J a- more than half. McCstrry's auto parts company It hAACK SEFL wa telvd by WKAQV on' 'May."
19C5o 1tn7a.f e F R Ib d 4. Agricultural pro, Ms Ban Jan, Perto Ric
Forwi d., ALe frigeror s.,t, ,ove. Af1 .lae Fund 'Incp sa-Ap rm n.,s
D A and E. RILLC tic. Phone Gan ioa748. Po Li pc f Wardprh dSon

lmr Graduahere. The Be s ngFOR SALE 199 P d 4t o alm t 30 er cent KplEet wa'tn the firs T The fo h a
a passenger a Arg In 155. e ARACHI, Pak ril 7- again as in 1938. stea the ts, tired of hearing an from u vt
a N AL OR RSOreS ien 5 Automogbtle md S erl eavid hirs hevrleta h ee and ag All t TROPIA opPETeSHOP.tll 49 Via moderate ffurnis hedrameni

ca a f l d Ford, Dodge.Plymo ub tPnicW stysred o poertduirent latd oeil present0

EtDPenrCIG ,Tlhemr't3otnU Boa-t syl &. Morsnd Wexie hsY former S inta a e uese r be-gBs Clomplea ot Pcon w athe koe r an s c

dosh whso ar.e oon wd oth e utr3aing-i ore sel idn you roerect i i P^a use 2 or 3-3 ma
chin excellent condition new offer. Call Balboa 2320. l r d te on b t. hn. Ui htte waant.
S-r d rubva etreo-T h hPouanm 3t- 4941. -. Support 1 r1119O111111wapooga"e.
l e No.144-A Ft. Kobbe. Phone FOR SALE:-/'49 Hudson, goodeFlsORALE:--Twumihed and u

Sweedb eat.m Hous no eri ru t 2-496. 2- ll26 stIe d C e PrI s A ill lm hP)-ThenFORtRENT:-- r oobed- comanes
Caoni aciss fa'84-6107 condition. C Pano ora m ee42-37e47.-s iist;PpsNEWkYORK, Aprifle o thP)
Ku"pe Th o m 0? Ne.e Ci g a Zes b lapop t q 'ot -.+.. ".-.e
DDr.ACri. E. Fcabrenl rtD.D.sq I.S. Fma Inst pou2 S& tW38cl. pa mentto ContactALHAM- Tebget'y l bat wlCoi d y

FVYUUrciic content' postwa r progress'-I LLIONementt
D Snture-.Wh-bweidde work--ay.purch to t s : n d iI dium si model, wonderful o n- ism la pistol; Savage22- BA APARTMENTS, DAYF Rt.,Lu yl' ddt .6toh old5 by
volrNo- A24nerator. 60-cycle; Moll wrought paid. LeavingPnma, $450. C-3; m.m. Kodak 8m.m. o p ha ah conc ,
"o adpposttetnnEoP S School p( )eroundr s iron ltving-diningI iroome true- Phone Mr. Osborne t-16E0. vie; Key9tone 8m.m. projector cent 15th Street No. 6, SintrLO ets o. the.stocfson.lders of o ."-.'
phone 2.211vv`09I u rm. aorvscren editor. 8 thene 3-2371 or e o tncie tt"o o t com ans the

Jupl 'y heOranncebz; FOR SALE :-n1948Pac a'd 2- z5-n 8.r ani rs nt detwor oflo 1CWard- Ta.e -
k dIngeanfEonomicbCooprationsai pe-trdoor.sfOriginaltentopaint',undersealsFoplRwontinedbyto In ofe at thei c me- ot
S A DIn t, few. Cl 3-0581e aad o, heater fog lights, chrome FOR FOR SALE:r ctDe3Lux@5 "r d not ienedr
off l oE rima. w/ese w a tires, like ny w. four-dT e r 1950 Chevrlet $700; Meoat, livin-dining room, two election of p aeent wd nectors at

'byrs toproms Suit ablee CforNotwot '
FOR SALE: A 1948 W tinAe- Leaving for S ater. $e95. Ttoa- I Revere sound prol sector. 16- hitomttheeAprila22annual'mertinAina
keDSouft "atn Ifp L Upstairsu 43rd Street No. Chicago.etwana
E D fb uty for Easier house refrigrator. 9-cu. ft.25- phone Panama -5161..m,$175:1 Piano, good con-, Bee

So acyIs,. PhIto n ve Colon 094-A. diti on $125. 504 Anons, 2- Wvothrota inv t ,en0 company ,
Brout Aa n "SL CE ini to Also Jm at e g stove. as- Mo withhotwater backT ultavs here rF a atorowich
dining tov ble chai double baMdE nieto r c he prowt fw as te by:- KNGra Pn ot,, nn o-i n- o o ard stoc isol-i

S2rum7o.por April,7 (frPtyear h firsn mot otPtho mad, by som e stiti Monay
Su Apt t .IS le i 1iCongei tho. rearerEm man r ew G orlteanaroshed ola aea oui ncet b rod aefke o thou ot 15,00ko
twhowasrconvicted of rm@egion al coin rheotherslaueP rs odorsa l s these, announced t h st ocdine i the
aena b aOR SALE WANTED TO rUY,- 1946 ta mt oemrem anwith bath. ylnde i owed by a 6 dli- c
aresFord, Dod ge, Plmoutf Pontiac 3.u r o py c e t nto a at present director ."

c e ee. 3le r he anagement to3oosof lmot30percoIVscree, pas mn'tloc ted Int
agREDUCINt M SSAOjl Bar s afo rwtor we pPAYaASH. CAntct use bp-eromne'ayTefnrynouncen
in ,- 'Exreducto, t eslong Boatsg Mot osolinVist todastt o madenebyfHarryall Prfdauu
w a a. for*atradinS '-in or eilindt en nyiun t an o -Mt D Por T -076uMp0omdent Of bothrixs h taa oat

..ar l o d o a wof ohs ord be t. Hpr es len In cha, of ,t-h me .-4d llm 1ie. idi e Ccra r hAd rn-iae ae FOR 9la INTo-r lilock oftwolo eplunonlp. h .

N6o6,953 1bya court -at No- division m az tkeynote od of foure wmcent."
AIe mot.Tee ee otaesti.se*fo rra welrre nEuropew vfare Peter Aeo Pht" rRtoNo.et-.ept p..
a"ItalymadeoIna19rf, an plcountnofgtetne ,opning sssion n u-t-oneimeutndeMolemt lawa
s sn Am'neerican OfficialsGshoosdgthday.,.tn.eeoN AlnAYtoa.
leI9.BAWe.heve reachedA the conmlu-
s InoEuropean exports have soH a-hs-r"ie aeto.t- p
,The"Jv62eD-for-ed ahead that by the end of ,fNNEAPOI-(UP)-- Aver- Ron that it will be't the best
i1954 they were some 70'per cent Kging the predictions of le inge
to A enHe A r, ternal AllmarriedM above those of 1938, the report economists indicates that "grossOur sh ...
ANAfMAOdLa by the Organization for Euro- national product," or combined e- present directors of Ward are r o,
dn wsJ seI t-O0da unaytwillca d ohr no of the BeirutLebaicsThenewbdea Eee at this tine,"bot;,t .

d acIn iami.o fn Tm exoyp had tins e v-esentative,-Wordwh s to a lowaimportntvoh ampwLs re- .car,a says the family economics Wefstn or hesoMini

m manager and Capt. James A. This "real and solid proress"e' o e cmma

'V5-to -ina wauJ r,NIngrofhr
gem trl oft t'Morrlson and Preacher.lg of Pakistansdiplomacy. Tile Who I al -Are& ins
Lgo4O usttendingcouple returnedyesterdayvin tine t e P.Wanam sItrrmen- The Pal
Imnta contractor-iwill n l $ rlo Martinez, 'formallynby rnorr"
tad oh nife fti .. nager; 01u'. Ohulan Mob Nh General M1 t.e am1 -or wo
m de fale n Wver t aPin onl 'rhotalented"c

-iin Thi coe t m a soin ates who a 4 f warde tbm daol
annatoon montm.mcoiTheamarrismtannouncemenyetm#earsof mu
2% 2:15srel; {, .wu issued s el d him S. ^. ^ p
wor ass C r ; e prime MIDbter's politcal!madeh omh ,pn 1
ra.-etro ann weo 7_ slred secret -ar.

900Ohe fl asatndn lop veretarvnaon withoad. par"a
be ,lmonD.o is& All acted against the advice qf I *F arih t Ittadditl gI a
4 sgra4 tin his closest associates who weij to'0ply gcupit Brooll
'er,"extremely d...0ointed byweAh -0 e outtlatl
Dgiesl: aptmarndg'lnfdlmed.osourCAourrettv o 6iaW tnn
d.tm .:,I m m~ ti...+;
vrday ad His advisers arned him tk 't.
i l-seond mart aw l was likely to *d

6* o e ntil iv n linsht"ki
Nuevo o,,.,cial attending will hae repleru s abroad. iar. -a=
e elton D. Todd. rector: Filnd- cularlv in th6 United States, *.. '
10e Howl s ation wana wheree he served as ambassador
rse Manherdna Gfor two years and was rewiarded
nd sales manager, as a Ponular representative of
at ozon, Jatjamafl. district his country. ..w
SAll's first wife was understood
a r 'P, 1 to be till living in the u1e
St trefil anl IeWS officialesidence.
'and ian'or cirulatedtoday thank
horbeas been artition.d
bt"manager, of two section for th
-tt, .am" wife and the oqbr for the hew-"
(Itra Lc g oeu hovfk
and Alkan CHICAGO -a m LIN

Ste.ar* heard o fBARCARIB
A 4eean orbrI

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MadjpAiymrd wuM fi?'aeims. Ho*dsy"
Alp# i AwAew lr winner fr"Sug T17"

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E Music In the Air

SIStItiged 1 School dances
mueal:- 3Aid
insuvrgttt 3"- MarIe
S Song for one 4 Flower part
--Sailsln 5 "My Gal
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12 Wood wind eOleicacidest
muaica1 Ton
1in-, rallu
13 Landed r Auatic
14 Before' mamal
15 Baaeful fAlterations
7 Conta 10Clcuyin.
18 Rob Pennsylavania
l Studio 11 iHorned
21 Plunder ruminant
33 Legu-matters City in the
24 Vehicle Philippines
27 Roman dpoe 20 Rent
29 Operi by s2 Scents
Verdi 24 Container
32 Handicmate
34 Absolve
so Wer- IB
ST Overtarm .. -..
38 Revise
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40 Table
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53 Varamish
'54 Anmtnd
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26 ISAS.hadO 46Plastc earth
2 M I ghftly 47 Detest
0 QulMpat 48 Elevator
.CgUthlSe Inventor
31 In addition S0 Seethe
33 Metric 51 Within
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35 Lader 52 Featured
40 Chant slnger
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S -,-Eisenhower Sys He Wan't

K'jS Af*e -d Byrnes Tesftmonial

lN 1, -prll (UP) -smee today it he will
ent., Piu-sit Eebower notifiqd unable to a4 the Aprl 1s
S- the iAken Chambr ;of Comr- testimonial banqu6 for former
=. ,. .... Tames F. ,yra
'' I b t Rufus o l. chairman
iRSEiICt CENTER of the committee tg the
'f fete, ad he the
; 4r..,... Therde ,t VI C n-
bher drtatl0at.
3 soe AW aid there citation" regretted-
I that it appeared Oe would not
S C MUIN be able to attend.
t ** Ad 'by hig .Ra but
S" ied, DMbYbrats in
iA Wnat n'.tbat thaIByrnes
NOW banqu dberately wa sched-
L ie u to conflict with testlmo-
ial fOr Ho Speaker am
Thl e Rayurn q 0 also la
Ss s scheduledd for W1. o Wash-
ap' Tinra p 4 as
,, ift limg'- lf.l ^h .SS.;" D0 1 ass? "
a -r ..''Mged as 'Ii L. slap at
E NOf -""Se. Rayburn."
SGeOO newspaper ,slid it had
I rri. ,jO M-EAT,. learned Prelidrt .imUhow.er
-aim had deelined- an/it-ento t-
"a-i .... ', tend the Bymrn$e "1' et, al-
A A :4 n A L:15 84S though the chief execute will
S TO AGDAD" be vacationing at Auguta, Ga.,
4 T O SAGonly 1 miles from Alken.
S m","I wouldn't t Presidoent
7 T41 CA IRSD 8:15 7:56 has declined -the mvltation,"
SNOCCaIO" Goanell said. But he admitted
S" B-" the chief executive made a
"praetie not to leave his' vaca-
tion headquarters at Augusta to
S attend special event. u
S' Nevertheless, we still hlpe
he'll be here, date to his love for
Mr. Byrnes," Oosdell d..
ready a ellout with 00 to 1,000
persons expected, he added.
I-.' DrByrnes was one of three Couth-
ern governors .who sunportd
the President In the 1951 elec-

emocrat i. u,-i-thd Byrnes
banquet had be arranged by
the Aken Chamber of Commerce
to eal the limelight in the
Southern pre s from the Ray-
burn banquet.
'"rhat's absolutely untrue,"
*osnell said today.
"The chamber of comnimerce
vote. la4t year to put on the
banquet if it were okay with Mr.
Byrnes," he added
"When we learned the Ray-
burn banquet was scheduled for
the same night, our plans had
gone too fat to change our
":. dat. "We had asked our Soqth Car-
BRAND NEW olina congressmen and senators
GPRINT! to t Invite membert of Congress
Sto attend oir banquet, but when
CAST OF we heard of the-Rayburn dinner,
THOUSANDS! we asked fhat they not be InvIt-
ed In ordet't9 avoid any embar-
INSPIRED! rassment to Mr. Ratyburn." ,
SPECTACULAR. .yrnes, who itl _ed from pub-
Unforgettablel lie life when heleft 8outh Cpr-
IMMORTALI olina's goernor' office in Jan-
uary, began his patical career
as- aerct% solicitor- in
Aiken half a Myago.
-LoHng a pEaue Democrat.
0 I4LIA THEATRE Byrnes broke w; A t*the national
party after he reaoed. In-184 /

MOVIE HALL OF FAME PLANNED-This is a sketch of the
proposed movie museum and Hall of Fame. To be located in
Hollywood, Calif., the building will contain wardrobes, sets and
equipment. A demonstration set with a working cast and crew will
be featured in it, showing tourists how movies are/mdde.


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eitherer "will film 10 Eur6pe this
Las Vegas hotel owners may get
together to hire a cuzar to sett ie
alftheir disputes. Talent raiding is
,ne of the. big. beefs.
Fill p'eJ ay' jole iw the Broad
way.mua oal yMrsiin e&,"Seventh
Heaven'.h .bag been elaxged and
thr. new. songas.hau., been penned
for br. It's .the big bra ash's
teen waiting for..
S ..e, Cochi an bha a writer.
orkinS on a prie-fight yarn,
"ed Leather', as a follwup to
Iis neuL, "'Come..NexLtIr.."
Progrers report on MGM's at.
tempt to stir up teen-dgd interest
1. Greta Garbo for its reissue of
Camille." Detroit teen agers,
says Daily Varidty, responded to
hr MGM queetionnale with:
"'Who's Garbo"

Tip to IGM ma. one
old lma \I bs, f
have the Mg gst one ,
bShet Ta2qz 1Ga es.
Deborah Kei. Gei
the Gertrude Gneo M
aphy-.. B=r y irq
Sammy Davhis.T, .for
Cy "Cabi n "tA. ..
Mature leaves ora in JM
sthr in "T-ltr Pifr i-e."

Ann Eiller leave Hglkywoea
April for ,Atmrah, 5itm...t
ome and t fwarp ee to-
publicity drumo for new ,'
Movies. ..

Oscar Levant weans back In
after a four ear layoff. Just- e
pleted a piot reed, 'tary tkll
Your Song."



NA Staff Coresponeat
lyw6od and GrapeVine: Mystery
behind Ihe tragic suicide of Miro-
.-lava, the Ciech beauty who be.
-came a. big Star in Meixeo; sim-
men dows n an ailment for which
she was bqig treated. She had
been. advised to see specialists in
the U. 8. . The stork cancelled
its second date with Edward G.
Robinson, Jr., and his estranged
.~ate Frances. Their divorce will.
I,o through despite reconciliation
go thrnlh despite reconciliation
Charles Lindbergh took a chance
but Warner Bros. didn't. After all
the ballyhoo about flandhL an un-
known to star as Lindy in "The
,birit of St. Louls." box-office bell
rager Jimmy Stewart was hired
for th. rol' Some people may
ZZZ vbgkqj 790.. THT
complain that Jimmy is too old to
play The Lone Eagle who flew the
Atlautlc whIn he. a a25.
The Witaet: r.neb cut Gaby
.Bruyere about a. movietows cock-
tail, party:
*t w such a access the
guests haveot yet stopped talking
4bout each ether." /
Not in the Script: Jack Oakie
told about the late W. C. Fields:
"When ope of his friends, Sam
Hardy, died. I asked Fields what
happened; His answer was:
"Poor Sam he quit drinking."
Overheard in a Las Vegas gam-
bling casino.
hse onB never set Ina Las
Vegai It fades."
Nor& Banyme and actor Bill
3arker quarelgd and called-off
marriage plNs . .The Five De:
Marco sisters are tilki eout
hreakilng up the act .rqe are
married and e w d like'solo

te stot4'( of tolteO cuts
ties the k with P a C en
June 1. aS sa W r=unnerup
tor the Miss Pennsylvania title.
The "GA' tn TWA's .ew Super.
G Constellation means glamor In
,he sky.
Previewing new airliners isn't on
my beat. but it was a spring dal
and the TWA invititlon raed,
Day to memberr" and well -. I
dtched school for a day to take a
press flight to Phoenix, Ariz., in
the new Super.G,
What a plane! adar in the nose,
full-length berths, indirect light-
ing, wall-to wall carpeting, for
passenger compartments and
champagne on ice. That Howard
Hughes thinks of everything.
' A movie Grace Kelly IS anxious
to do -. "The Swan," which Grant

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1st e "I" Imported 7 Fp. Purse: S1l75. Pool do":S
First Race of the Dodble

W & I U .'I1 .-0Gon J Jime. 109x -Usually disappoints
2-Alabat V. Casti. 118 -Distance handicaps 1 "
e A 6_'r 3-Double In F. Godoy 107x -Nothing recently .
4--Fano A. Ycaza iII -Ran well In last
:J .,JlOO .T.. A 5-V. arling J. Phillips 114 -ahouldt mus here time
Si ---Fire V. Brown lllx--Poor recent races
-,- jllm -op A. Vas. 116 -Dangerousthis tune _
S" l iV 8-Paqules Carva. 105x -Rider handicap 5-1
* .,itas horses will race in aSA r featate
v fpir.tl ffrst time in ytetr thi Wielt ad when t 2nd Race "F" Imported 7 Fls Purse: 5500. Pool eloes: :1:1
they dste a $1,0 prse over the sprint 41stnce a re on Second Race of the Double "
;f peve fulolgs at the Juan Franc et.trfaci golft-he successors to the ag 1-0. Dame II F. Rodri. 112 -Long overdue e
7f e ftHogans,tOnd and De _et..). 2-El ,_. A. Valdi. 110 -Not with this rider M ,
SA, -jngo but-slect and well- Plum'A first staral the ped ARNOLD PLER'S ood 3-FVr be C. Iglesias 113 -Rates good chance -'I
ftcd f g will Mmatch strides classic. ambition was to be a plIng 4-Ama 0. De Leon 102x-Jok handicap 15-1
1 Nurday's tenth race with King's Prie, a. winner his last golf profeaslonal... and here- he 5-Matrith B. Agul.' 110 -Will fight it ot O
spe 'Atys the prospective mu- time out, Is. definitely back In is with both feet, a beauti ful -HurIeeano Mena R. 112x-Nothing, to recommend 10
tu choce. Francisco Arias Pa- top form and-will be a tough nut game and a most unortho dox -
r d Claai winner Sugarplum, to crack. As usual, eacker ack puttmn ip, an almost complete
a King'ui and the once rider Jose "Taco" BravO w do overly 3rd Race "H" Native G6 Fs.Purse: $275.00 Pool clo : e 1.4
~bil It V170l round out the the bootin- .. Pai 'aler, brown-eyed and hana- ONE TWO
g.crue fie. .Amorio, a _I w trwak claM some 'at 25,. was a manufactur-
S bird in the $5,000 Arias pion apparently not in his beat er' Saent in Cleveland whenhe 1-Proton J. Rodrl. 118 -Barely missed in last 2y1
a "d out right after the start, n thi race. e w n- the country ClubofDero 3-J. Rama R. 115 -Not gdd enough
Wm iak his first appear- der the feather of l5 pod last August e 4-Que s ndo 0. San. 108 -Must Improve more _61
:aceS since that disappointing and will be ridden by. nclent A 5-8in Igu5al J. Avila 115 -Good early speed I
e4 tbak. He1l tote 118 pounds, EmUlo Dario. 6-1irena R. Vas. 118 -Has strongest finish ,.p2
tieMudIngtbn "Calicehe" ,Vas-. 7-MPasha A. Yeaza III -Impressve in last 1
This race looms as a three- I 7- Paa A. Ycaza 111 -Impreve n lt 31
l..m. wil. camonly 108 sided battle that could be decid- I o _,.
r.' s tcs os0e l ided In the lesto stride ei$ 4th Rae5 "E" Imported 6 Fgs.Purse: 5$75.00 Pool eloseml: :30
S. .,l andro Ycaza who Ten other .Interesting races QUINIELA
is ,anuel Yc are included on a much better 1 -Fru fru A. Vas. 117 -Barely missed in last -1
.0 { I is lso t tha average r.' -- U ru A. Vas. 117 --Barely missed tn la ,B-l
a^ T is ias the t than average program. -- 2-8. Time J. Cado. 110 -Distance suits style 10-1
3-Metto B. Agul. 118 -Dropped another class. 2-1
S 4-Golden Pick F. Godoy 105x-Poor recent efforts 15-1
l nsurancemen W in 6- pol F. Rose 110 -Could go all the way 8-1'
V6-I4 la M. Yaza 112 -Racing to best form 1
S' fl 7-na pol V. Casti. 112 -Nothing recently 1

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SIndividual ':Champ
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Wde =eTmi' The t-place Max R. Stcnafl
|e Wowli Inusutjfraked oveutiA
took*p. 1 i ~ 'four pa
s eam the .- -actflities, w
Ab u-week P.onb We ch knocking out high
*.nt win.arles and game for the night
.s*the ~"D-tIble substituting for George
ing aMley pelest Welch rolled 194. 266
gthe Mt"- and 364 for a smashing total of
pWit *h a &64 to lead Stempel, with HIl
.w the Kaolin right behind with 579.
For' .k Thels ha..
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I{ team Won Lost Ave.
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*phiueh be the pre-
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th0tter elubs through.
Ltogatay. ,
4qports .committee, ap-,
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from his 1034 average of 200. t ahe u's paesl
inal ndvdal average for pro at t M atrobe,' L,
the i9i5 season were: Countryrlub. Arnoldha d "I?!
thue 195 season wure: at 4, played at 8, with ,A
Coff"y 78 199+26 slater, two yeaM ypaUnger, abi
Balcer 54 197+32 caddie. He wea In tournan a
Melanson 81 196+31 at 10. ,
Wtqsoner-. 84 195+29 POlmer went tit for fo"t55
Beat 83 192+31 at Latrdbe .gih, -but the ,ra
Colbert 75' 192+16 wouldn't give unifota -
Colaston 75 191+15 cause he was too small. Ee 0ow
ioethman 81 189+2 stands 5-11, weighs 148.
Flleberk 66 187+20 Arnold joined Bud Woren ta ,
Huddleston 84 186+8 brother of Lew, ta matrlia lt-
ing at Wake 'ore. -the yoi. /h
Colonial Insurance. also cop- terms attending -'golf scam '
ped the T'Tm 'Igh Beries A- S ps .
**ard with 3,065, and the Team Palmer quit school in thbl
High)iGame Award with an In-. senior year, *guntWorsham sad
'ividual high game of 1,081. Lo- another boy war killed whn',
ial 595, NFFE copped second In the automobile' In which they
the, high Blea department with were riding wflt off a bridge
a 2,901 rie and LeTourneanu- they were retihlag home
'7est sn second high a homecoming Ace. A b
K ,P Arnold; weint
tMa oais I"

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station of the Clasic eat and was
leaguee this year. All a- Arnold Pal
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be hel dat the B.P.O.E. "That shot
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5th Rae ."B&C" Native 7 FfgsPure: 5350.00 Pool eloem"55j5
1-J40 F. San. O9x-Must go lower 2501
2-Golden Bound A. Vas. 115 -Rates good chance 2-1
-3--Del, J. Bravo 120 -Bad start in last 3-1
4-P te K. Flores 113 -Showing improvement'. 3-1
5-Ntho M. Ycaza 110 -Porm indicates -2
6-W(Bcaya F. Godoy 102x-Improving slowly *1
7-fon J. Gongo. 108 -Way never better 3-1

8th Race "I" Imported 7 Fgs. Pure: 5375.00 Pool elosesc 3:35
First Race-of the Double

1-Our Fancy
6-T. Collins
8-(Mr. Foot
39-(True Blue

V. Rodri. 107x-In another year
K. Flores 113 -Usually runnerup
F. Rodri. 110 -Always close ua
J. Cado. 118 -Doesn't seem likely
F. Hidal. 116 -Ran well lpat week
F. Godoy 100:-Has late foot
J. Jime. 115x-Nice effort in last
A. Yeama 118 -Could score at prfee
G. Pres. 115 -Returns from layoff


7th Race "H" Imported 7 Fgs.Pure: 5400,00 Pool closes: 4:05
SecondS Bae of the Double
,1-A. Fulmar Mca sa 10. -Racng to good on 4-1
--oronelino Ostuti. 110 -N-1
3-P 21i '- Cao. 1 9-1

6-My Dear F. HIdL. 108 -FrcOffob roPer ,1
7-C. Edgap K. Florea 118 -Ran well In last
8-(Cruzada B. Agul. 113 -Form indicates 8-2
9-(p. Maden 3. Bravo 112 -Could score also. 3-2

8th RBae 'Special' Imp. 6% Fp.Pure: $500,00 Pool loses: 4:40

4-Irish Profit
5--Lay Bnook
6-Pas Flynn

F. Rodrl. 112 Jockey could help
A. Mena 108 -Good early speed
J. Rodri. 115 -Nt ready yet
B. Agul. 110 -Wll score soon
J. Bravo 115 --loew reach week
A. VaWdl. 115 -Not ready yet
A. YeTar 116 -Shouldn't mls here


Race "G" Imported 6% Fp. Purse: 450.00 Pool. eloes: 5:15

1-Turf Lodge B. Agul. 110 -Favorite rider again
2--Chigri J Cado, 115 -Nothing in mophi
3-Welo Pox J. Pbl'ps 110 -Distance handicaps
4-Florera F Goeoy 105x -Not in best form
5-Beduino i Bravo 115 -Bprely missed last
6-Clepsydra A. Vas. 115 -Distance to, liking
7-Quematodos V. Catl. 113 -In winning form now
8-The Bouche A. Yfas 110 -Disappointed in last
0-(Majestic F. Rose 115 -Seeks third straight
10- (Remero A. UMna 110 -Rates fair chance


10th Race "A" Imprtd .7 F PF.Purse: $1,000 Pool closes: 5:40


A. Yeaos 108 -Returns in good form
a. pErlo 105 -No longer top-notcher
A. 0o 115 -Hard to beat here
t. 118 -Has good workouts


1b Raete 'Non-Winaers 4 Fgs.Purse: .250 F Pool closes: xzzn
-Dr. K 0. San. 108 -Must improve more 10-1
Pa trusa A. Mena 108 ..-H shown nothing 25-1
-D. rbara F, gly 107x-No good enough 20-1
L. Dancer F. Rose 114 -Rates third beut 8-1
ona m m-^ h. 112 -Will fight It out even
g-.Carlota L. Girl. 110 -Best early foot, even


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At Little Bok, Ark.
Chicago (A) 134 005 100-13 19 2
St. Lould 0101020000- 3 14 1
Iarahman. Fornleles (6) and
Lollar. Radio, Rasehi (5)., Ja-
cobs (7) and '8ami. WP-Harsh-
man LP -,- MddlX HR DropeO
2, Rpul.kt
At BEausllU, GInd.
0" aMthe: 0-00 010-4 4
Detr. ., ;,, 1001 000-1,3
Span,;JY : (* .nd; White,.
noeft, Ziluwring (8) And Wilson.
WP Span L."-- Zuverink.
HR Aares.
At Wihltigtiu, D. C.
Brooklyn 32 101 000.4 11 0
Was ington 000 000 000- 10 1
Erskinejmd Campanella. Por-
terfield, trier' (). Ramos (8)
and Old014, Korcheck (6). LP -
Porterfield. HR Furillo.
At Lync bur, Va.
g. York (A) 0W5. 516 101-19 18 2
(PlidmontLg.)01O 000 100-2 4.1

J rne an Silvers. Rauber,
e- 04), b (4),M-'.
CombIe (7) snd Ramsey, Troxell
(4),,bozinelly (8). 1P Rauber.
Hft alRwi, Mntlue, Csrey
At Charlotte, NC.
(10 tnulngs)'
Cleveland 101 000 000 1-3 8 1
N. York (N) 100 010 000 0-3' 4 0
Score, Narleski (5), Moest (10)
and Naragon. Hearn, Wilhelm
18) and.Graseo. WP Narleask.
LP Wilhelm. IMR Heam.
At R6a he,V a.-
Philadelphit 001 101 00013 a
Boston 30.32 30t-9 10 0
Diokson, Cole (7) and Lopata.
Del7, e ) and White. WP
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Pittasbth m000 J 000-2 1
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for the bare necissties of zo egaI Thi.ig
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his torments between rejection' alw -..t. ...
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the name' of sweet charity. Zn rute, ha pa tfldipMS
defense of. sorts for the Meican book and .it ec a.
Johnny Aleaso.
By wa of.jnphasisng the abaurdity o4tuW atis a ti
thi enerl thm of gambling, Mr. Rogeu died e
a remarkable iroy In connection with the-
SIt couldn't get off the ground withotB
tlion of the U.S. malls whh., .with hat ,,, to'
legal bleas.ag, distributes the pries tfor orne.
the.'bets and pays off the winners,. J t S whe "A
services the seflor pays not a single peso other-than the ei
ary postage. .

Indeed, If Mr. Rogers' research has yIefd accurate n
tion, a Federal Court in Depver has rul te :thi e Meoia
book 1p legally entitled to use the VA maNr7 t t
noted above. .. "It is, therefore, Jus-.a$glH t
brbro or a hot tanale by mall. i is. In ort, obfl ac
os~A specific race."
There is nothing furtive about S efor t
works in the Open, advertises Ia In ew now p
He told Mr. Rogers he has a man o. 1 -S
addftaes which receive hls prices, e etc. .a h 1"
number of American cllentsa, actual or wotalla .
Apparently flor Alesslo n-ea untertgiL ofoI
tlion but on the contrary, ca .ou on ce uto f i..t
U.&-Mpoet office as long as he eontmubs to function la
olrter house.
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But if he were to open a b
pav rent, hire a staff install a
himself to similar items of expo
hind barsm s qulqk he would rl
Our government never resa
tion to look as ridiculous as pos
do with betting, but in this, Nst
an tlme high in fat beaddnesis.
Another thing: if It is 1uu
operator on the .eantuacy
to i e a = legal, to
SNt A the me way, W
Well, it Ipt .and If you do
both, don't let Vacle Samlvel cal

In some way or other. owsebr thouinep
Irish sweepstakes u flzithb*r ".I-tsm
prmnet disla the "rwn?- o%

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Chocolate 'Vlle^r^b^- rbaebl rlaor rXg-
i w" a, Cuba, la etri nha****. the Panml Area Armed rores
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"t le ten r o-lS-r om troen nle the benefit of the Canal Zone
mou r old ord t State "dbntored bn the
H.Brdwo of New Or :at t loe Series

Colon Area. the first round n he canta are schedulArmed forest
.P ^ NtB ^., :*, I" n f, __g The. Cubas, reM fniedl.. and 1one manual C2na Balboa St adum a week from
"lf ,hlaoute ast subrior fgxer IO- Tot nament. S at-Urad Twilight e andes. pwil
rNfrom trading e Chryslers ande the benefit of the Canal Zone
aa tta, ti side whe o resPld south b o o d I ode, Boys State sponsor red se t at hep
During hai or on e e laout n American with the proeeon
'ertA Erw~ 1ot os Newais t OM te 1 strokes wee ento used taqo fla in ance the Cross Roads
tha. t. Promoter Eneworie tlsat.n h cre par even firspar when Bs tte at Port Oulick Jnne
.t a announce Jan' oe turned _n ara o 2. 1-18 a ford two roU the l fo
'woo n d o.t Th return tohe bunt e a Sona Canae n is Balboa S N dli um a week frhinton

tuy.. or Wedneay. 1haea, mei t must be Apompleted by and 23. Al . *
an om I a with dust fli gs is 'endrysl- .w at 7:30 p.m.Cor h -
Sly travel overwn to .tbl team in the rt ame of thethe be twb o ree games played b
gMaOlo alar, ficdewatr b course ooelee. Admissions are set at e tp Naval aton Coco lo for the 15hNal Dirit champlnh. end

S"thu 1r1110 during his wtao one Veterfan .Joe Noonan and B p rf person howith the proceedsl.*
I aggly frbit.e hi Seekin -Staats 72 and stt o T o van. Lookrng in on t1he play is Lt. tit) Olttleman, ass't coach of the ComBta team which wo .
eBill Davis 73 the gme by to 5 score. (OffI t.,' NaVwy pt hoenreop)r,.
-Ig- foot-_ ,~ *o George Wgelke 73 chosen to finattendce the CrBoys RoNa-ds

c.a n chtaavk r wt t Prornuot8 c_. rdek par T oe u t when Bys Satet Ft uliks Jun
'airttwo and l ghot ar untio

ra to the lnt ba ke--I tinue tble in te y b7 y Mike Kandrin of The i to i Boys ti atn e will be
AMNRer, who n ,.- Jmoeo dal the firpl in the Canal Zoney tons C.
aa ,.U ..a or Ol Morland 76 The Pahla Area Armed Fore- Tus -o b :
F K a er AB g 31 rFrret selt 'M. l 1 0..
o Wdeayed r amus be ol by -while. ts whipping -h. f tscommn. br e Boys St at oIs an annual -ar \IS h fed c .itefCo Sl .*

&A ,b0toe I fwro, sh ape aet e gi-n- ,. Th '9 n f COr
Shing 4 1 Dick Brown are r un st hort youn men Vyl
n er the o, R. 4 e li Woodle Cmpon team t game of the belt twb out f ree
eae' t r Mike Lacrola h7 study g ov ernment. During
F Nordstuc 7 o tre Naval Station, Coo Solo foro the 15th vaFrtz Distrit H rie

thrne O*tsm weoe haa REd monger ofwma on P tie began thais week ate -
Sto tm g I 0 0 Peter Duncan 728 Fort Amador undertaken for n 'the hird baseman and wa thrown out at first. No. 22 the f

I .bemmene ienhe ifch 1 ,es At Wilder tn8 George Plepd,,o from champion
aof. With the aid of Totls nd stato als. The governor van. Looking I on n play is Lt. .g) little an. sat co

j ,-se r.nfn ,gthey -UIS SI1it 3 Bill Middlema ,9
cast,| b~le lmmllZ ,thl bees BoBill Davis 73 eagme by a Eto 5 score.

AMour runs to end the scoa- vs. GIBRALTAR Dick Bullvan 80 On the star roster are Joe
fr the day, This wnnn Bemfnalis eo Reid of Jrgmmie EngelkeRaymond 80 Meyers, Mike Rivers, and the Boys Na-
Sfeatured two.lusty doubl Lambona, 2b 2 1 Panama City and Baby Hawk Bob Leh 80 Mayer, l of Troops Dave King.,
tr htvn t cw I t se day. N, t- b 3 0 ready in top form for their DeRage 81 John Burnett of lort Clayton;
SBrdon for the Brandoni, p-as 3 1 scheduled 8-round 147-pound Paul Richmond 8 Freeo Mare, Erne Lennon,
Ien m,,arln qud.b -n w MkK Both bo hv tandrWilm 82 Claud75 The WhGler, Boys State will e

thern, tJcknon, rr 01 date and early predictions r Howard Fnean 8b
Sr s tthat ts con wll not go the DaHove rvron 76 the first I tMehoe Canal Zone.r
igrtho D0hiXo a 2 imMer French 76 AWARDS:.boo___ Dc

N'fos fGsl s Oil Morland 76 The Paottma Adrea Armed Rbinson
te fr-ll I " -aBarret 76 es tam Is coAnposed of all-stars
.w Ira n Ar7 t 1 Bill.RE 76 selectd recently by the-

Dek7 6m-ony e this time in thmn

stopped by Jose sf Maf lert
ar -I n,1. Woodieteobut1 77. lotnmulg 1-7r team managers,""
a tuon no tC.ntw Mike LoCrrix 77 StAtsoa sportscasters, and

bat rIb 2 0 Fred Meulnr 77 sportw tsnrs.

Cola.. Caamateur reatherweight l0ber-
S C. s ih ac l Bob Johnson 78 Practices began this week atde-
n Ibut Fort Amador under manst ger
ru UX e'go a nea Moe oinnicn, mf kiCifford Maduro 78 Howard -hade and coach
Wt the run halows in 1 innns A s l attaon, Bob Hurdle 79 Special Troops.4-
NW ylORK, n pril 7 (UPi -f uth U IS hebest CLASSIC LaGUE N ear 3028 El Panama79 302
hotfor runs to eneds and t heso- L rse boys wi ll turned out to be dud. El an- rthe star roster are Joe
for' the day. This with the big blows in the Red ox Semifinalists Ernesto R weight limit of 135 ama wami not to be denied 80and Meyers, Mike Rivera, and Bob
ame ar two.e lusty seven 9-3 triumph over the Philes Panam at i. walked all over Leirs by the aye, o Troops; D ive King.
Mar. ne Reagke, Vl rl To1 2 o f Colon are reported to be al- hil Wt 81 Len Lupein, andrs,
ro started for the Brandon, p- 3 1 1 sch for theduled a -round 147-pound a u l Richmond 82 Frigeso Mares, Ernindidua ree Lamnon,

n a m dI vi, r lose. CI IC IVlSI08 Wele r, po l by t 70D Hn Bar Colerd
ne r.3 1 2 been IA..rmpressive in workouts to Don FrWPancey 82 Fn rk

frly gratflfing to White 8ox in se~en innings to help Mala ............. l trow-
Aryr to p c tr lt not e Da Cta the Jdor o enno and Herb
t1 e for F n jran wh 1a0k siir Dickson Thompson 83 Boetto of a A'-nB-.. Dick.
-wDoeriernot nt a rnry Dc Po go Co Robinson of

W4i s Dr o 'e a a ea- e. h ie Raio met a Joe Wright 91 Army Atlantic a A.ngl
erp r n, tals 2e3hie 6Bi HntdrawoIn six rounds but hopes to sell 106 Guidt Of w.eoeoe Solo.et
tt mor4 sel ee Th0 Yankees o nshml ithwed a Nhim down thisew y n time in the e-
l. e n o inole in added two rounds.- Reid wasltBsd8 45l...
t o.n wtoh to nwlaa otiter wuta restwrein tuc rbttomo lr 2 211 0 A "
SAsoiin toAlm o rsed on this eron.lbero- NOwe o
ot m ersIr-tt oo fwe e e P l, gicy oa gramn a n four-roud, wi te dylimi- -t To
e ne -to Murillo makes his trb de-

al MILTON NICEyMAN four Innings, marn the first pounds L s. o eh
ht o d Poo runlhehm so a oe-llowedln oinnns A penial att1 h ction also afR 4-
113W YORK, April 7 (UP) this spring. rounder, features two of the best CLASSIC LEAGUE NOTES Sears 3028, El Panama, 3022,

has been Instructed o to Homter bauhte, Gradat present Benito Tuf6n and e "big" match of the year In the tem hghn g
hit for e fenes," ond e H atten and Jackie Jensen were Luis Silvers. Thee boys will turned out to be -f Ind ud tea- Phetitgasj gae revee-
as rl gt adt target today with the big blows in the Red Box make a weight limit of 135 ama was not to be denied and Seymour Agency, 1105;e l Pan-
in as ptnthbaggioner bwit ht6wo Ho 70 and Harry Colbert.
II d ___cithe Divisi Warent n the laucansh bOly two
yThose blows were partic- mited Detroit to three hits o support from his teammates with
fly gratifying to 0hite sox in seve innings to help Mil- Softblml Dig uoelston t ad

t Innings this spring, the spring media e which ntijw. SIinney 168 141 166 475
j 10tr lO minn doa- nuen at Danville.- ViL, today. I "a. 1861 203 1681 525...
te gaave Oallinan 163 192 1 0 516
th. Gant at Char- Cineinnati's sblieduled eame L
, N.C., ad 8 lead in the with Richmond of the Piedmont og1 172 163 15 520
series wblnh winds uo st Leaxne was rained out but Art Z .
e, n s, today. Hrtb Fnwler, the Redlern' onen A day I49 Of EYO
e. Cleveland's brilliant rook- pitcher, will cet his final tune- SEYMOUR AG CY
southpsw, yielded one rMn 1i up against Lvnchbrr today. Huddleston 201 202 .1 597
Glelchman 201 234 I 600
Stephens 175 152 19 00
TheIs 193 216 177
.- Melansop 19 168' 217 s" FIRESTONE '00" W S
;. "5t'Il The FIRST TUBEL v ith NYLON-
'The u'j91% STRONGEf! T
:with" 1 Pan &W-4; SPR-
"62-46; P awes ,46-2; and ,
Mour A ~ W K Su m "
Billy ot _ey maintainled- IIPER ON2 1bID
., .l over 100 Ba.kr ," ,the
hih ae"410 4o Also see the .
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-r ant prp k" ..,SAIGON, knApril 7 -.h trut t A h eo,,b e. -.....

,il 7 (UP),.e..F... rn et d fswn tn I le

orebel- ridden Aerian But n 7n w Wo

We a t.a o.. .. .. ... mwrmy Ma p wer Cut bac k .% s s j ^,-

Bae d A er Sas Loeot tohe p dpl know thae e truthand the cou fs otmis' rsle'" -Abraham Ld h ainrcoln. t
ice Ares pou nrh roeolrt nho afroml t b fina l J D tm % A1 Io fen

Ie Question 48 hours they s d, thenionmi h if a 11.Mt S Ie TAII Z0U ... ,a tA m re rl.eolt h .. chulo
4 a" r--l l , i ww oh mi to cemfW d.sterdaa mea ts tow R ,.ida Soem y
.in in a clash nearl. om cr ba w aid
,w ,.ac, -nne ar'r -ri,. n tS o, I. ,i.e of in- 2' o tl W "--4t ea ses d f r S'ml "ont enext a V& Desth oh o tis I MI I sl
the "Army of God"h '.", 'odret _toena .. e.w tra ce D .

f ASwentn. Denn; Chv ( .), iv tb of ofttld-f-rd "lwll r s ubuirb0.a

echiirmn ot iLe mllktu WASHINGTON, April 7 (UP)- cd"TAetot paufbtr. it/d a floO kIM W
te Auras mountain postponeentopannedcuback Seae pppropriation* aubtomoies Thf government reortrd todgy Tit f huiint a p whereold uu witi ib6d ea--- y
tidhe past 8 ou the y mld iocd hh eeort clls in t wh thA rbe iy gObheetr ncrt t former l turv, ht mc blotd t
o aethn the 4fiubseommlttlf l o- to wa,4eao00i i d mrch. It ottri-sen are OB el tlne t his nen n Yearsn i -l
,war or repeat in the ace of i- e John Sonis ; IIS I a [ Ubcrease-defe Ua&, tr Van .F'a* t O. ..;

er d en ... ie e on ith t t e i t e d tin L n a"'nur. t

ro vez .indicated he wd m obdd ideS d picnd .or id h rto l Hi i e
aith FI sire s nch secI 'Api ur:p *. ". ". ..H..- a s.o 0m drast n y i a ta the uAebe woe .. . : ,-,

ortaports the testimony atmo GIs. at- T h e re.- lnglis .'. th W f,9*

mnsao n or Ai;:. Sthe; D" Ridsay e ArNMy chif oBt o increase the mla- d f t l engay
postpornt add Ircumbat division hcamiS a t h eo. i gev1er in. foer ortenm l Tmone y ear-ol d 0 naT e lt n Yort t

b .lc sto ..red of t b n ted 19P the f t e at- n ot
Group AWAsi ain inAA my hv ndatdo he oimd oei n rer obn pnlan000d tieher eara Iion of th fvdo t pcu blwill- p- ^le cel;Ii aJ I
pto hourdsthe y 1 o administration F rT tsaHhngD he A gaitI factr e.nte ,- te -bnl n.r trr e .m f.
a o ~d ft-wind up with 15 divisions e 17,Ap ent ce d th isler -o n s.t ao
t g0 m sen d leatc twi t sep mrt o s g -s t
haUsc I d 2 ,, the pn* te an0 d .-. -- d .io. o100i -, 3
.Iu. sI o"It tat ieaainore atn atrehenl9 ag b Syine- U .S... Are totl umb ar- o n.i e wi Irasn t o

owv, dd .n.oAdm Arth. rW. adf'orrdi ts terastialoreht wJs 7 ,000hA bse brtetee In the Isb
e Q ues tion naiow nwit t l wdess M O " '"- .I
ports sad e mptco lt b'at divisiona than Soath r -."ti G orewi n amilionbelow,, r s ear. -,ot,-e ---- rhich Jack
Easat a e oded ts thchae man p of theSenat underthm e A, Aptrel timut the ber t lk,
cGr u o the Bs r o ationl zseulrs at sahew -i
Smeduelad Rad ford wasl rh rer *ad then o f ob4 nt FormT d tG aisn mf hig D "l '
Duc s in A an 0ndiw it isnt bof14,hther tem ed t 4 0 n Mar t yeat-e reona p c

2o 6I an afd stroeaft bt hgr hnr Alicifygtas ingi aremds 5. stTau- fi'd gviP ni B.
ons co the 1i0-es Hweer Chavei d ic e sattiwd a o sated at ry: uobres ewl ea d 0ckup oe said prbal wl p tha o w ne o aih
si ou a e m oe byf saying hav e s at ue ploym ent 30tuol the iog dsltrbun orttal r a yetew

ril r g cUiP e iEn btedi viw on R tadny Aro chief 000 inaser Fe .b ru ry::s. It ..ol the sa.u ftr t thi re t i 0
regi4ns weade by a a ^ e | t tkll l| l enitaf f.n i ere mn 'facth big fatry ,, o a hd i otodaabeou

iP dhavaez sai y e B9 e S e aol p re employment fa inforthea mo th athy onis skin n y fi -- ok p ermi .

Zetg t*i. t s 1 ttgo ot te- b mha ahaere. med no fee l n"ot ab li the wgo y Mine FApa c o mnter r rih bt ota- num be ofa ewo wsIlled T w ith I ateu t t et
S itowueg a nVot t adod rthu as su be ati r e or ters Waso3 f 37760t00 onhe thea Fr teu r b1aandts e the A em s h. -r- wtBi
oftif te Chi non d t ah n e C ffommunithe .stsbn b o oa not like denra. a dea e.o abtoug tdae die ey 6 ve nb a

imathi anrmemo e teto thedt 0 0i recoh .hIt as t a feenP a nn e aA a t 1l

r trad e with. E (ele or rplUe their Arm Es r s wg. P-orde; h sa
Btr tor codem >C H bue ade ttgh tstatemntl after fatfal n ri sIg s nrty i- MC SS ORS t- e t h "l

M c6Asian afid Chave of z ain dicat h e weoleJi r dnJ nce b s an d tbapck lorety dro bbIn will C c hIn. Rd Se to,
EadHe WAl S *Aethe f isthequsi r FIT0 -ra^BsucRm ul bir o a S n et se p rinfator y17i SoMent C ur0 M ta o etthr 4y d trra blai -ous ses lm
tl ocra eabneepsd oofh .t eMR et imonothe Gaieod the r on emat hea ar pgorme da t set e nbe 9- ear) aon o ar u de ciso nul- MCar o at C
fri s han i R he ans tit re ateo e nted : Sggesw1 Righayst Army i of en0inredase dert pFeb ruary ho mm ending ctgeherm a n.sl u h t e ma s 'e r st a

ua; I. and Eat*m bltades oath. a ckeros y e i Officieje maipwer t t3or esd oors wer kn 2 2 o sd uerohmmitt. eaeron wold wiede 0 feewae e alnd wemcowerer oft ewka|m .,
rr. coWO w rCandsafA l tl10e0 .erehesoftheesaultedsevfr m Rilet atiaon. Es look i gfof o rblsthan M ai C rch to y b d ws
"o the f i D.aeaeriefin a gAr Ubyseasinces1016. *he toar number. Sy eeed d all

.a-rr o Coladt ot transn rtriptns Fr tk sart o a costhernie o er Sar ve hLisn te d I . ... aai -. hFase w .a of s tat s
.i ToirSUof M i drathyongryAson.ain, Deman s iacords ofseo Mats. th1jobsAPrm1y' fmd'thiilnta
i. Rtfh R me IssuesIn.u arthe e Teosthie rnatel rthfatl A Is nrA Si
S mod- M rtoande thtrfhtetolef o re save fthe erim "nphat iCe f A tep l oy ment o ,th n um i case o sa h 1a lal Cair tht

bca el C-I t he m. ly does not eiidi wih De mocrao aof the Red T.hejul I. Men of 95m thro..hou r 1
Mr&J~s.S hadio Telephoto) ofre pete dtj i Iestaf bto s that notmhmng 0nt e. Teployduedrt sop Iped by wF cANbe ilbe"s4101.0
e ea ,h Mer. saciarSth = A aiint h e"Tot adrran omepC lo yo o the n 0a47t-erpteooietn Ct cr sta id ToeIBismw -^ anetham'roft was
gasofU mn. ni hta lneedar w itrrei_ hd to Sta en. t f erieh ad teeimling .- .o o cl Soaie t Ingodsh nMe' te oe 3,176,00p 0.i "sho5Wd,' ) ha* pemtn h e wheo
whom wereciden t dlenourr Presnedtdide n ot prbecoweasi tehse ad on 6f tism moking I",Sthanwhic e iceasr.e 1 h% to Said

duoo n dnno e a idr y h so er-e ocs bd in num e ae ftmihaa rdsituation n tferArs iMn b insr
ObNp on l ost iof pieone- aubiomb.stpeartidg 1an.o c untr y b u
ta Rpanie sered.ad t heBuhe sa idr sprnrgd.watootnaskeh
tbs wee and pri l n Md tford wasdt esa y oh re porterstn ditsfoecastInau yfh
te asoryabutd21 ouaetactheIsHies aS po au att o n t
wOPaidnaneHer* hslfberathes pse let bri befin if heobm- i ig in
thecordinture.thea'thwforIom munts
salon rae sort. f or. at toA R vI e 11 o t .u riv t ructio n tHe d i to exand se r m p w
Mtcra a ithy's fands ofaidh wo 'Dhaveo atz W yth m of a epHs latwa.t groInds that t m as be slt t.
S .ath e I s s ut e. Eo w e v e t o u r1e- h eat ea h- b lae d wo ac ce t h e l ao y e ne0. N0 ot hd v tee t hes e- m t t e o lheeB--Am
ath -e-ortual- -fo iednce p lo 1orc.ch efon ataff tes f dorcto y mwork ers w asr,00e.bfbelowausefofadenawasmae
w' aoJtre mire ripl oe theirFanr East. 353. order*u

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