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The Panama American
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 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00711
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.. .A01 ARtBOR, Mich., April 12 (UP)- The Salk anti-polio vaccine is 80 to 90 per
rit uf ve, Dr. Thomi" Francis Jr., reported today in his long-awaited evaluation
of lat spring'. maees teat on 1,800,000 htidren.
Franis id tIhe vaccinee was a effeotive,'and potent.
e qeIfied that among patiSnts ls bulbir polio, which Is the killing and crip-
ping tyliie, it had produced "an extrielyy successful effect."
.-medloal abstract of the 113 -page report was prepared by Dr. Robert.Korns,
Fnelw' deputy director of the vaccine evaluation program.
111nelreport on the vacclna
.. 4 brilliant victory tn
Slong battle against
S* "troi itatitcal language.
trial of the vaccine
ent analysis ea,
ahe medical abstract
k i a n.e dbubt new
"Iftcil e fter"Ond-POW.
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IPOlthe cbildrie
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Asked By RP

Panama today asked extradi-
tlo not MU Ro Epstein, for-
mer stenograpl~ for the U.8.
Embassy in Pa Sma charged
jointly with JUtse leekson for
their involvement in a gold
swindle estimated to have cost
Panama busineamen around
Miss Eps~ n, npw residing in
Chester, P Insylvania, was an
employee of he basy here at
the time the aflegd swindle was
being invest at5A She left for
the tateS eortl before Ioek-
son was arrested.
Icekson, who-was employed by
a shirt company at the time of
his arrest, has beefincarcerated
in the fPanama 3EM for several
month, a t this morning was
notified tat he would stand trial
jointly with the American girl.
The gold swindle revolved a-
bout a plan to etort sums of
money from businessmen In
Panama City for the purpose of
Investing It in gold which would
be sent to the States. It was
originally charged that 1418s Ep-
stein stated she wquld use her
diplomatic Immunity to get the
gold out of the country. 8hepas
subseq5j tly discharged aom
her po on With the Embassy.
Two others who were held for
questioning, but released later
were Chaim Brainer, who was
Teekson's amnlover and avid

Rain Throughout US Puts Damper
On Major Leagues' Opening Games I0UU 0
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NEW YORK, April 12 (UP).-A steady rain fetoed post-
nment today of tU scheduled home opening mn eof
hoe New York Yankes *Philadelphia Phillie and Brooyn
iDo Yankees were scheduled to play the Washinton
inators, the Phils were pitted agalnt the world champion
New York Giants and the Dodger against the Plttsburgh
Pirates. jr
Opening day cereionles In each tt were re-scheduled
for tomorrow against the same opponents.,
,The weather also was threatening In Baltimpre, where
thh Orioles were scheduled to play the Bostbn Red Sex; at
Kansas City, where the Athletics faced the Detroit Tiers in
their debut; and at Milwaukee, where the Braves faced the
Cincinnati Redlegs.
Crowds totalling 3W0,00 had been expected at the eight
cities before the postponements were announced. A crowd
of 50,000 was anticipated for the Cleveland Indians' home
opener against the Chlcago White Sex. The Chicago Cubs
entertained the St. Louas Cardinals in the other scheduled

IkO Urges Cadets

To Prepare Selves

As 'Peace Apostles'
CHARLESTON, B.C., April. 12
(UP) President Eisenhower
stood on the sultry parade
ground of one of .America's old-
est military schools today and
admonished cadets of the Citadel
to 'prepare themselves as "the
principal apostles of peace."
Calling for "a magnificent
growth of understanding" as theI
surest way to secure'world peace,
the chief 4xecutlve offered as an
answer to war, a b oder knowl-
ed.e of .each other and among
He .tmnnn Hder eat the CitadOd

Piper Laurie Has
No Plans To Marry
Schine, Or Anyone
HOLLYWOOD, April 12 (UP)
- Actress Piper Laurie said to-
day she has no plans right now
to marry Pvt. 0. David Schine,
the center of the stormy McCar-
thy-Army hearings, or anyone
Miss Laurie Issued a statement
after It was learned an unsign-
ed marriage application forRo-
setta Jacobs, 2, (her real name
and Oerald David Sohine, 26,
was on fme at Anchorage, Alas-
S ere the former Investiga
for I en. Jtatin McCar
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Rio Hato will be "seized" by on enemy for
May 3, when 2000 troops, including 1000 parat
show the public at large how a three-service jolei
tion can strike bfck in the event the security of
am6 Canal Is threatened.
For the first time in 14 years, Isthmians wil
tators at a large-scale tactical air drop of
equipment which will highlight the combined air
joint exercise.
The details of the tri-service effort, to be
"OpenHtion Barracuda I" were released this mo
Quarry Heights press conference conducted by Br
N. A. Costello, deputy director of the project.
He said the exercise has been in the planning;
for the lst~ six weeks and has been designed to giw
here "practice -:- with realiwn."
Aout 1'000 Wairoope from budetfl
g quie; Al Dlveton at mownouo
, ,bel ucuy, ar_ Althoeud
ito arriv the Canal will o to
tA., w eto
Zone AprilU. and will loin 1I0 m Cstd i
Oanal Zobe-bad troops in te e control forth
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FIMST TO GET jALK VACCINE The first human being ever
Inuculated w the Salk polio vaccine-William Kirkpatrick
(abtve),I5-h*dalready overcome the crippng disease in June,
1952, when Dr. Salk came to the D. T. Witlon Home for Crip-
pled Cde*aLeet5ale, Pa., to make he 1 M -human Inocula-
tons. wlrkpatck was one of 40 bo andgirls who volunteer-
ed for the tet. The polio vaccine had iothing to do with his
recovery. Kirkpatrik is shown above with his dog, Mike, at
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Only Two Salk Shots

unity Through '55 Season

ch, April 2ldre n othe three-shot planused
a. Salk said n lawyer's mass test
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,SYRACUSE Sicily April 9U. -
(UP) Sir Winston Ctrehfl
smashed one more record .tnda
by making the fastest airliner
ghmt ever recorded from Britain
to Sicily for the start of his sun-
bshine vacation.
British European Airways offi.
cIa Laid his special Vise o u n t
lurbojet plane which to uched
aown at Catania at 2:41 p.m.
landed 34 minutes ahead of
schedule. The plane left London
at 10:49 a.m. making the trip in
3 hours and 52 minutes.
A spokesman said this was an
unofficial record.
After brief welcoming ceremo-
nies and a creak for tea Church-
ill and his party loaded into cars
and drove over a seaside road 43
miles to Syracuse.
Thus for the first time in 15
thor, orator and soldier embark.
years the famous stateman, au-
ca on quiet vacation as a pri-
vate citizen.
He shed all his official cares
and with the Queen's own wish
foi godspeed set about relaxing
in the sun.

Surgeon To Try
Operation On Ray
In 20 Ft. Of Water
PALOS VERDEB, Calif., April
12 (UP) A l Angeles eye
surgeon wearing( un aqualung
will attempt a delicate eye op-
eration next week on a 100-
pound bat ray 20 feet under wa-
ter at the Marineland Oceana4
The pet fsh is semi-blind. The
physcl, who aed not to be
Identify ,dd he would attempt
to transplant a cope from a
healthy ray into the eye of the
W0- Iefor the unusual op-
station Aril 20, eaqsi from the
surgeon's asstantl noticed
the bat ray was miles.

Ex-Jeror Now
Defense Lawyer

tive, d.e ors reserves,

The Chief Executive was Open-
resd by their np mil-
Itary baring and nigratilated
the young men of the corps and

High Is Low Bidder
On Two Canal-Zone
Drainage Pro ects
C. A. High was Pv &ent low
bidder on two 0:a Zone drain-
age projects and John V. Carter
was the only bidder oc.the work
of installing storm sewers and
culverts in Balboa sad Diablo
Heights, bids for wch were
opened Monday h by the
Engineering and .o. traction
Director in the oard Room of
the Administration 'Ldlng in
Balboa Height-. .
High bid s id 114.. the
work of ins Ifl o l
drainage in the o
site of Paralsoe a .m for the
work of installing storm sewers
in the local r@6 wnsalte of
Santa Cruz.
J. V. Carter and J. V. Carter,
Jr., entered a bid of 3 8,666 for
the drainage work in Balboa and
Diablo Heights. .

- Miss Lau In a sta ent
Issed t a her studio pt
Ii eft: fiends fore
yeass and we have dated in r-
mittently during that tle
risgh now I have no. plato
marry him or nyona e6e.-
'When I do you may be .are
my parents w makehe
er announcement," she con

Raab Opes talks

MOSCOW, April 12 (TP) -
Austrian Chancellor Juius Raab
opened talks to win a state
treaty or his ded country
today with Sovie Premier Ni-
kolai Bulganin a Foreign MIn-
ister V. M. Molo
Raab and his Iegaton who
flew into Moscow yesterday call
ed ths morning on the new SQ-
viet Premier an hour after a ten
a.m. conference with Molotov.
Informants said today dis-
ssions between the Austrlan
ahd the Soviet vernment of-
ficials -who invite hem to Mos-
cow will concentrate o drafting
an agenda for discuselons on the
treaty that has been bogged
dow 'for years.

obV Wir u go. Permlsson to .Unhe.
a.iInt Aterioa exercise was OIven "to"
th red id asyba aq r.day bys
anian offlcials, Who sem
eminent of the Reoub.
primary objective of ama was assrting in th
moil .iarAW adooere as part of "Panama's cd
Srogramn of mutual 6
Sduty is with the United State
,, r e y t fense of the Parama aP
m e Un"ted Caribbean Command
Uanitrs ed the maneuver at Q
a agtgres- In order to make the
SSatns the mum use of UL-a-mi
oe the- namsa Canal. borno troops here t
Costoeo said it would alsbi be also for aungle wardas
a test Is to whether their plans Ing. The Army's exzere
are adequate or receiving addi- le Jim" beins May 4
p0o0I dow" here. Sherman.
-g .'DoA" Tee.nough food The s delg
heilfte, i IgtItytpe of spre The exerise is des
SaW o v t real dramatically to th
tar. of the aircraft," will beth *"poeOle for
'othe of the queatlens the exer, possible blAmy,
else will anwser, he said. Force tanworik
The general pointed out that the Panama
it was coser for U.S. troops from ercl itare
southern States to be flown Ilmilta
down here than to be sent to thM ,ZJ
western coast of the United cal o
- "ider actaal eembat condil
tionsr Costello stated. "men can
be F.rom States air-lifted
complete._b with equipment the
WM severe hors.'
Globemasters vwl be used b n~a
p the te
S0 B 4o In regular 0.:
aircraft to supplU et the para- T
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Ci the bhinOfhomunist unions a grat.dea bhshaen
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is an open letter to all past and gl ot on have been racing a. deadline. more than W
rAi'rcutw and Mechanical Coll it to St into a big labor
l school reunion) T p oeheo AFL and CIO .cgtr-e. As ln
ae a l Ie Harry Brdges denies that te, ed an prow .t s, e a
d /'rthe p ,a Canal, are urgently r ,,w,, as been eager toofue get n- any rotol, Ph ad_
...sainIo.Iohasebeenacinge to geti. hisortainy t--
aar' o muster nlhe Dritwood Lounge. A den's unio unde sove wil lt me eat what I waiL" Wutaaing a ,.he
officers mess, April 21 at 6:30 p.m. They are requested to make ummist labor, then ho ab i a ,lb or .et ..ae !. I
reqerv ations with the undersigned by calling Albrook 6270 or 3281 case of amcsia and aphaF a esa .Iel, ou l .s&e a i t
at the earliest possible date. See you at the muster. pecally about a man named Tony tag cheese the
r~.+l.elil~4o, amatumegTnya trchee imu 10 _k~

-- John W. Olaver, Jr. Harry Bridges deis thie.old h
-Teaastassivngan.r isiin .

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___nmaws west me secretary or state.
S------coast ongsheremen's union con- The Presi dent caNd a waiter t iE
..... ,.T ....'-.'.ti'on, that he did not plan to c nd told him to try to find some .S.
MEET THE PEO the outfit into the teamters cottage cheeuse in o kite ea
-"'iood m11 that he did not the waiter h rried f ~fcr, e *.
an% to jetire. ijerityLeadprpar e r
When I got back to Mindi after i .. n .._.,,he forgets 4oso.=== ofi ,h,.reha,-Maochu ar, reg0 of
I tole Red about the hands an face d.ryatoon. I ,M li tta ,kwln.d. s.,, K i t w o a e o .i .. f"
I.thanere.141'1A yms-v eldtath a0=Go

ems on the Atlantiche side this time ofw at p a.y t Ne ?ora ,atearrsu *In dd.ne'- '" t'-__ I".'e in the evening.aM adn olt i"
thde to hanamge ofa Canal to buy m machines e to old ,ar f . A few mim.tes later the waiter In .th.ik rt i llapen urd

actin queen ately since I camehomee a uthe ael Stag.er Wash I^ t'cheese. BIGGER AR V
. t.nistra btifore quidttin time he ast me IIrffen I hadypoen dg a eastern dock- ported to s President deoteo
. An. he laughed han thguffawedanhollere t ertoner o S ei hlm l. .. st I f the Usni oted Sta tesw, oi Eliee on ad,

Srestaurant In the admintraton buldn. You know that could decide what ton t h tm-- An Alpho a Gaston m- et, m
tole him I didn't see nutthin funny a lar there is the sme where in Washihngton thae turbu ay of tin th Hve a for
as round the lanticide tabis talime ofbo sesame thng they Bridges said h werrou deferred to each other aeanca wa
etowhngen I w season time last timeRauit.ee slx months ago. He promised that heis Pacii or who- *, tat the ce. d mte ted

-The declml Dolet pushers was all setttn together talking coast lwayshoremen and Ware. o ldst 1 that you at } John.. es sidnt-was
a wou dnt ev en talk to me thersonal rewert ofllr wa with debearound there ouwas returti wit Donly portion o ofL
l aclkin queer latey since i came ome. the gang from wth the eastern 1LA. He said Wh- .' no, Mr. crtary," de N wI Gie % .'
resist boffore quittin time he ant me lawyers I was ovedeul p1 ge" soon erJ us be - o ported to hisbokI, the Preidentha sh
boh aineroe him that I had a good interview with im skioepers gajt together L so ehk c the Unlitd t Si t ePres i nt O o os
restaurant in the administration buldin You know, that would decide what tel th teamo TON -NEA) It Ye nd Mr. Tae w pt our d coffee. All the food AnA om e Gtona
ran t aint, changed much siince I bin away. Couple of noew ster' union chiefs meeting else- w ciyexc t." an d the eraotry e. s
.an a couple m n But by an large there the same where in Washington that ay. aroroagEuroean Ther a political angle to this d he Hoe majority
t ls cmro trhne. table talk abouheme things they ridges sPaid he would resign.d eaf e mother in law might gtd rats e e e an d ate som e t a tm Wo r
wh endIather t must, bame six months ago. a II51T3 P ,, tAIg ao She that yo eat tha toe tersd r n S
Mhen the the tolatime ixmonthsgo e romised that his PacificA t over who bou r inease t e o at the .ceese a.eS.lie wat he
he deew police t ushey was all se to unfgether talkin uoast ._,w shoremen and Ware- a aon QUIZE. taty o. wmt eti

Semw u connu The w anchored in San nd Vice-President Richard m. eourent stamp in te t c The two White House luncheona thwl -tt

Sutaflrk some reason or other I dontreg latio what theg thef r .-omi nth ce. eatr y one roaid t i egoS -r. The bride-to-be and Nmxonc in tharsorder. ulation.-over il on stmp w th Bente "d House leader (did at ke d be o t lut
press of fi n fact what ano table an thelawyerswasoveut I, mo ppe now u s on-the on the Amern observer just be-eaack a year rot t.vary uh except that at the whether view
thyefar miconer next wto th e tabulation machine als who are .ore or J t ater trategy. wWASHING e ashore. from Europ now report that the When the Elsenhower admia second luncheon e. Alexander a the 'h a
oint I want th e fellers is this tht what into the teamsters This rdr changed ay it is stra me toto. Smith New Jersey Repblcan and
S adminstration restaurant more din a mean that Bridges' union would Iest a wh Sewayscay for a congress tary et n the Vice-residba was especially excelleut.merink won t eo
N t ofh the tmer. an I paint of cpred y like automatically be in the teamsters nro tO pfo his cost the thrstp. ta e cheese wound up in front -
ted olic. The wa it look to me e Rep. Clair En- A year or so ago, Euroean dip- There a political ag The toy issued ulles. The Hoquestions ere o rit lead
gaa o s these rhe to e .eAla poun t eo tthawith ive. mother. w mI l get them involved a war nostage rates raised from three to hash to one soe aied at soma std.tio&oemo ,Id
sero ov',*be galsthsere toout81weway team-euagt comlearedthat theU.rt ururom iesw o f stryin o o r psedc sa

ahaetowin thein ilb a ns teanloe t long ago. She used to m In tha therour cents.It co gres approveel tates sad edcabbage, moe
lae eny sIne the o.t.,--- eRe..p.,- ig ou cent suggestion so that e
&he. :havtothe enSba ens cou have r no ejections tto 0 ,t h at -theN avy "most dangerous" A me irr- this rate increase, it will ut tthe nic
Yoe. t us acordkin about the ew sedo swim ~ Ue esMY of ams e Ouu meiners w011=1 let a young sailor leave cans were Senator McCarthy, S Coress n of Abr and the President PRINCEON PROFESSOR
.-e lew voloalbilites they open ua e to untemlnine AW SlAU wsPassed on qulcky 1s" 1Ial to marry her daughter. retry of State John Foster Dunles blican, now appearing a n the QUIUES eI.
y at ..... .. table today?" &USA' .. .The .' o u waseanchored In San jind Vice-Presldent Richard A(. four-cent stamp t in the et c The two White House luncheons ,,ther 1lpr-anandu ,, Al
aut for some reason or other dont ftk ,what they ther.-t nce one roa o or..Te brde-to-be and Nixon, in that.order. culation over 15 biletam eith enate n ,ous laers ia e .It.,oocyrwa
Makin about. In fact what I think they &W aboutA moc is M Tthewayodof e-mo w Witbers jt back r. tmrotvaryuPhexcept that at the w
yenr m id, ti e whats I wanted t6.a1 a h mnabor. amael (o mb. e, a.) from Europe, now report tha e When the Eisenhower 'dminicdlheo S.der aa

adm ir sDootnra bi o co met in w ih t r narry W *a e' o-ter co -eagues te a Mager t T e et er as President and other fledgling CO marriage g en by SocratesA to l i t
point I want to make is this, th what ho t o th took the stand and to the ap- ogressm cange.Today it I stratios came to town, Thom& Smith, New ersey epu aembts a *
awm resoaurant is more ii ve whety Secretary Du es Vice-Preside t Jefferson, Democrat ared former Princetn presor, go e at It would consider eno for "By allmea ma the are
.r of thecustbrief Sort of a spre ad yeelf, ao c N parleys ixt time saw this gen e on, Senat reported Tomp-y. learne-cd mant stamped his yutangled up asking his m uan aRe -or a-

ted olicy. The way it loperaors look n i an al aur eae et a p lay the tupet O th son. "We were served tomato con- ri change d that. They Issued wifn s. His questions were so in- avaP'tobehe onA.
to a place for govmint personal to sop up a. ene . hadforthefst timem my life) yoa ea-badone, youI be P.olved that the Presidentstpped e A
s, meet new people, exchange new thou~hts--ee how te-ine wn unze a ,Wy theA d .captain.. HeHouse oti Representatives seem to ture of the ttue of Ia a = to toI help him .rephrase WP ,, COrtU,'

8, at "ftt I was runnB Testree. -. .Sedretary Teeter, pu jso vild ricp, vegetables, salad with nome a philosopher and that, o ti I a epIU ad tions"nwt behin aB p.m. i
Heh y o r ha not he getting b r food atth White the motto, Ineneft God We Rorustuefort dthsinem.e cream, rsSecretary Dugocam efor eery man
..A.livesrInewtha tswa betnemm r woul es, nwear tablfr
10 .JI t ht eQw ld lb oe ~ .p lou se than newly electedesna- Jefferpq was demoted to tbhe ,o the resmcuet also tri ito anr- t anuat h
trs on the eaiWs of reports from two. ,Yt- stamp.:S
nb B e -. >. .* n w

a ,ata e- "Ito was fairly good lunch. pelts to reduce taxes, R e asking: 'Would tea
;a FriedmanewouldgoInter : floanX ihLair Teetor 'ATidas ee. reported Cott after ahistguest ney R. atel (D., M.)b er eQuem oay W t10 e o fnW R r
ti.'. riedmnepl ea Elm me r bor tnarns is D -The eHeaan oo d t
know what ethSo guys nMoroco) anoowd tellopers mng the chess: ghea Bit cuttiveng old pmanlsdaidond fami that "It.remans to be s ee w
tousComoumtt enerBnicu ass ol Ah pri Tmbe we ware in Pa. <.but I d..at think the Prai es new u- cause you've s ear d part of it unb W b k ii

S.Mammsos o. t 1sday .. *Glor Swanson prealttify uneyl is a girdle-tyoe as high on. .The der again te "In a Persigans Mar. w i h s
d Wenesy hn com thPato arquet. John g re o as at year when we had s ying sweet words to each twher."
Scassed the t :l most ob the d reast of sych asant and wild rice." TheChicago iSongreeman then for bh l ve Gab
_0bO M. S teeistoanh nobod tac1fe-l4ZThompsd sounded a lot hap trid to e-o-l the Preadent; Idse,0 "
w u' -e Mr. Stere*rsa n cr* lt mae Inlstawbor a e0. b ack of ( Is .) bPer after his free feed with the takend M ayrt from the advice = atMe
n there hads an rests now dles kitchen. T e or as President and other fledgling con- weuarrage given by Sort (O .
t"p. r. Doolin bac come in ith-wthreetiof r'yna r @resother0 took the stand and told the gressman. "For lunch we a h dc e..

aofthewho b omei wt.h .mrt.,P ond Ani ta6" (at coverl4ps for Ty Power.h. .A prima uw disoo la cipl eseel A ;pl

local tThe noJopeis Miaien Mm.S a.d .tlbes) decorating Oln's ballerina wa dropped from an -face for us t-the entire Osent wlan
olumna of the local t job pecfatio, op Smelter Worker u niona ad s e ol y,. otiersa Kirk daeemember.tily dThe what I would cuseider enough for "By all means mWy," the t

with the proofs of the next iuessue of the -st won't accept invites unless townw ty bokays violets "-
ith lrerfsSan hIenoexi rart orsealnono re e iWu nen d d smuar pareys last time I sawlthis gentleman, h a huge dinner reported Thomp- learned man advisedwir highheeyo Io nn and prep'
aRe luggin briefs an Walkers operators look r t bI n- nauionalhoriaa. et s playing H er mother.upet n the son. "We were servednd it will go anywhere! pump."If you get a good wife, Chinese laundry I
ss before they put a iter Ispoonh of augr In n~hester (Mrs Chas Laughton) n- . .m an Roth's groo(which I yuu will achieve great n inh v i t w-
at Iffen .wahp fari a t O nre. hn, f chrlotte-ru.se. h or thok e first time in my life) if yes s a-pbad one, you will be. A. e pes a sVer
rredtary u Teetr, rephled ;also vind ricP, vegetables, salad with Ci mes a phlaopher and that, f r. Tiost-llp" . .who us

St t blending wtth e a- Because he was gabbing while L cream, ourseis pegoodmer white i
prohi.in .any one Inthi ettln Leaders of the electrical ar he enef of te ommtte;oquer r, s, k for everym
fttofthe sne Brewery. wothe uld %or-ders unLun, Wt van most to odpio.c.
new thouhts, better joelho o newscharltably.- be,, _de a snes anrIr N e wn Yl r

yAtomic ,ney ".l Or, Ie verir;1 __lA theer 0dshnrhh-
and- ..nwT raappror4etw.t t teamsters

diviorn. 'IonI I theee arn fo,
s''union. BROADWAY real stoiy behind a fror -page split. pick a fht with Varety over -h t
Itwhorectei offer,saLiton would make even bigger Idtteoedi slamming eerls;at w7Maa n
,g td tao tealeth no r sa.The LlmeV hters( Th Duket of rieadlineE. One of our favorite 's" (Waggstve songs)..If t Was s udg Bs el tM ae tre
hkTaal tn!tl oft eahatehaa noejur oso)As)8 . .Sends10. r ,.
ua n Uc, e circkt workers. Windsor inhaling deeply near El femme ebony stars is Doing-The- newy. "May Me Hearts and Flow.him a to a dAd1
Tn.e rsthen uMed to Ute anLiMorocco) and telling the chess:ighea Bit cutting old pals daid, es" 'nd familiar, that's b ed a4 thour are ben qfrd t
ComIu-IUt tlq mangnM AAlan. "fAi,, April! Time we ware in Pa- Atc .- Jani Paige's new uh- cause you've e ardparts of it un- J kdm I
Macnus ',-W .Jut nguesd ."Gloria Swane 'prettiy huhney is a girdle-tycoon. .The der the title: "In a Persian Mar. give hi. r vd b D
&W' Webeauvy 9114-M Mcom. a Patiotparquet.L.John ,wagsrefero PateWard'sacrowd Iet Ptace" . Robert Runrk'satwihb e dlet
:"' ~ano met in iw c _;?Yoe, w aho never won an Oscar of motor-bike-riders as "Motor book, "Soneitg Of Vue," c-hear- Gmbos,
.ssed., te ,. j3 Ot most of the doigh), signs- psyche" Anita Ekberg (back tainh.ly.i s. k.ote-Mn for 1
--,f, the back of a lobster in w Girl ille) was item'd here and May Ha-m. id hmy Kayeo feared tI[WS "'o .'sr14
Ste- _a now..uu'sft bLdlei kitchen.. ..Marilyn tiere with this and that chap. All wears 'd (O0- 12 Al aY t .s u e Qt-.
matter..- rest.... nowand Anita terg (at cover-ps for Ty Power.. .A prima uwlbokft*t1 -14s .
The notorious i1e, Mill-U d taibes) decorating Olin's ballerina wa droppe4 from anuface for us -,the rOsiuLwV
Sh e -L....Lisa Kirk daintily detpcom ballet series. Too much S E'S
mea our anasikkAeivonelaugina-ketchup.. Mrs. John Manhattan yland: Spring on
aneiren.... ..ar -s. ma "W thats a strawberry "I in a Volk, wife of the soclety-archi. broadwaf: larbs, gadding about "i
come- 'I.... -hlatq a. afly Gem's lookalIke at the Art Stud- her (shoulder, parakeet can come attached to t h e i r highheel'd
10. ...... were turned down. -naeyave 'all.Her moer. aLan. along and it w'il go anywhere! pumi, .The Chne laundry on
pceker (Mrs Chas Laughton) on- ..Lillian Roth's groom allegedly 0Oth. Avenue with this window.
... .._.__Joying a charlotte-rumse in a 5th broke a chain" on a patron's head Li:"We ak Spanish" . .
The farm iqu meant workersAvenue bus..Rhonda Feming's.t PaltP Beach' iMonte Cristo. -" :Virst-N'ht7" . .who usq.
n haveojustue d usapv_.,i m r onyr Mblenig-wih te Ma- because he was gabbig while Lil ally makes P rel ,w in white-tit
rim# 5._ S ot 'H wit ..to..or........ .. ....iy- was on. The Wletum, Ben Miller, and t1.., wailtsfor the interim.
laInbI orry- oore colyumr jesponledwitha f lawsuit.ions to mingle vththeplaygo.
The fur wi-- ., -.,, -in (at the Stork) som- of her ers, gives them -his views, etc...
the. Iomeat c o t1 o ky ..SonjaHonda.jtter- Water -3brief nkmen toftr u ph.
4-amay be z, wil ," the .'erome Chodorov-Jo- hotel where he's a bellhop. ..The
w.Dt.osvorhiFields hit cmedl (at the articulate lady newsboy (all night)
can Broairst),e aIts ost An- near windy's (and the ham-and
and- n'y errow They are aggerie acroias the way). who has
ur foru...."Y hava 5u. y Iy aiceface aqd manner... A for
WV It vye Pearl ("IPol e of shows nave 0e"
y.Uen. da.- ie".dBroadway Owww: The Ru
.to keep her teaon of' .tMm hated- %ReseIt (Menads) April IMth...Send your
4. ,. doing a mag or I intd: 'Tih t a entr: "-My vao le for Prasident

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"No one -the
SWbasic prem o ility in em
oyment is estraoie," said
lOiter. 'Wha. Dle employer,
'thi an ege n bals*ueet
F-tah eor rpe auction stabi.
lization which mesft employment
'** itallla s ation'ed
But Aiter sald. utnt someone
discovers hoW to guarantee an.
nual ales lum, anytlk -of
r Uarateed., anam wage is"neb-
ulous and neanhlessn."
.i . ... . Who guaranteea-*. sales and
income ot-aiiy m featuring
S .. A B I i 1 oumpan2? Or any retail store: Or
.o. f any profesmnal man? Our on-
.ly hope for. aeeuri4t, national aps
. *' "individual, lies in a sound asd

... "" Y' n o a o 't. k p t h e e o n o m y
"ue* Im*I Eerr et t e on eW S expanding inbide a altbaijac ket
I i I oist lke -the p ted annual wage,".
SIntoler aMoree 1liS Ritersaidd the Workers' ins.s-
SW ttmae -on a guaranteed wage stemSs
O ffi U.Int oTahe' ;aU a large part from the fact the
mFor Tenles t X obille Industry r s installing
-----o --. automatic machines. He siid the
S c t e e t A n UAW "turns automation Into a
(1 -P) Tcannot believe th If Mr T. 'T e J .j apparel Dational economic disaster."
ousted r Walter's attacks can pel my have greater o a In "Gentlemen, improvements in
a,.l er tst retirement from the refugee re-
et fl yeter a with ll Program before my work ha the next 5 to 10 years than at machines create jobs," said Rit-
chBaBrtheae ith e W-s een befu n, tho m wsSOrattatks a imeInree et e s accord- er. "They always have."
n toninstoaat ma not iHult I n a miyr ol t a noted economist. of T o o fns

SuAW theand ntop trading down," Zel- HOUSTON Te., Apr W. Zelomeil p e12 (UP)et o
tr botr t e aco ro my In omew said in a speech before the -A Nuw Oreans woman sued the
;0 jobs." He welcomed byDues a "my old The frecnomist estimated the $46,000 worth of bonds an ancestor

S was i ft poll -C friend" when he tool the adviso- textlc apparel recovery should' bought durn3 the Civil Wart and
ti y, ff Cut e ry post three months ago, re- extend through most of the rest she said shed like to have enter
bum to. ae a later. ferred tn hI letter to Dulls' o te year et, too, fromn- Jan. 1, 1865, to date
i ie vite who d Wta ". hd offer" of a od b studying "The recovery thus far'has The compounded interest would
hands fthe ole affair. dub-, refugee resettlement in South been sound in that there is Ut- 1Lring the alleged value of the
de a ._ .y.a.New a ndvgooa* tIe evidence of. piling of in- bonds. author red by the Texas
* ktpB up of Ital- i He said under "other circum- venories" Zelomek sai i Legislature on April 8, 1861 under
6 staewea" he would have been mTh upturn in textile apparel the Texas Confederate ConsUtitu-
t N to scha chae activity fro the industry to m a tke be t o some 46 mion dollars.
straon-n and elimination of excessivet br of I m y r

j obs" Hwelcomedby Dues T he economist estimated the $46,000 w bonds whh b ear the Con-
tat prices to show a marked turns federated and Texas h lage on theirand

othe record capacity, and the in- face were signed by Gov. T. R.
Shte U Itakdt ne roffer""of 'Jobsudying "eased importance of novelties Theubo mpoundk, Texas Treasurestr C. H.
d cau have all encouraged conservative Pandolph and were registered on
irdS. e thbW01R aI, dub-, buying and production policies." the back by the then-comptroller
;. .%. a New tei He said this is "conducive to a f The state, represented by Kath-
ofrid Re said under otheri prolongation of the gain." erine Capti, an assistant attorney
H**^. Oi iw nThe textile industry will have general, contends the bonds are
to attempt two things to Improve no good because they were issued
Spwoulon-ed have bee a bigger total tnder the Confederate Cinstitu-
Sardage, and sell a bigger yard- on to. get money to fight the Yan-
age of better quality fabrics," kees. But Moore contends the
S- according to Ze"ome He said a bond issue of one million dollars
Slarger yardage of better-quality was passed T get money to fight
St5 "S th fabriesd capactter-styled, s "most Indians, and he quoted Gen. Sam.
S t creased importanceThe nomst urged the tex- ubbonk, then governor, told the.
. in til a Industry "to create a system eighth Texas Legislature which
b of yngand croduction policies." the back by the bod ssuhen-otrohat the
Hue sald this Is conducivee toR The was almost representireld by Kath-
,groupwhphas creatoned a f y of qu the gain." derided and assistant attorneyawal of
control he l thextile plandustry will hhro g ederal troopends the Ibondians hare
S %1" W O rW etoCreati tempt two things to Improve no good because d to witheyin 50 miles of Aussued
"_.. a-tew. tits tion-asell f bigger total tnde Mi Con ti contended that afe Cinstitu.er
uage, and sell a bigger yard- ten ts- get money to fight the re-n

Sgeofbetterquality abrs," kees. Bu ord nher contends the bond
according to Zelomek. He sad a br ond issue of one million doChars
q y ht passe bonds were issued by the Citi-h
.t.n h ae State Band with withdrawal ofeans
'the creationn of such F, at r ,t ain a to within 50 miles of Aus.

., -..:. "to an ancesinr of Cl~apmans.

UPS 'AND DOWNS OF A SCOTTISH FAKIR-Meet John rbp: begin its' snke-like climb tqo the tiun of a
Harria of Glasgow, Scotland, who had enough rope for the Indian Oriental melody. But. the fascinating sight taxes w U
rope trick but not enough patience. Fancy turban and all, the patience, and he stops his tooting to gaze at the undMlati
nPa-month-old laddie get) off to a bonnie start (left) as the (center). At right, Johnie is paying for the curiosity in tes

PIZZA PIE hasrkbec
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Has invaded the

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Is rage of younger
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prices ar tbeir lowest! You'll
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beating. golf. toa and sighteing.
And don't iia Miani's fashion.smart
S s .hops. y. nIt there roiae in
ti. air withAnleBitg B| the ator at
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est 28 Days Probe nBlen Phu
,Ap 12 (UP) A PARIS, April 12 (UP) The
bldndFo?0 sat on a neat F r e n d- tvi" mi
eggs for 28 days hatch- commission on inquiry today in-
ee little gosings today and to tie moiweta ench de-'
"I'm a ama." featat DleiM fPai during the
e-e-ed Patricia Ann God- Indochina war.
-year-4Id waitress who Appointed to head tht eon-
out thdaffy mother misioAl rmenn jin Am-
6tunt, was so excited she bassaSr-w coW mn Genera?
hardly sit still on the four of thet Arpn Georges Catroux,
still remaining In her spe- 78. I i
-built "brooder house." He wh e assisted by Air.
really usprised," she Force General Martial Vallnone,
hoped all along it would Admiral Andre-eoges n-
but not until I heard the nier, Naval deputy ton-
pee could believe it." eral Alfred Oruen
f t o0~the "fluffy little and ,Vtlh
started coming through MA P E .
early 'today, she said. The teof
d wasn't long until its two the en re
ro s, or state, arrived. Pa- "Ta g into un i-
cla's mother, Mrs. Mell God- tical akd military situ he
bee, stood by expectantly, then conduct of the War by. -
ihed:- rent tivesa the ge nt
and the -J-eadquart *. he
"I've finally become a grand- hig mmissloner
bother.'" asalgn C en a-
Patricla's ies q u c k ly varre,;
watched to cold Blares whenever and .tk a
Curious passerby suggested during the tenure of his com-
hbre may hake been a bit of mand. thp PoomlmW9n Is charg-
ru'nyard s"leight of hand" dur- ed with:
n the night. '- "v o = aFn o. opinn on he
I have the shells to prove it," conduct o peratonwhich le
announcedK Un to, the attie.11 Di.n Bienr
ncPhu, and on the preparation for
SW. C. French: a service station and the cOn d.t te battle.
operator who hatched up the "Determiilng resposibilties
WWI tdo Incremr-his business, a- ,in thI h lssuhopys r
-reelto payfatricia $300 for "Th (W1 0iiwithuW,-
rmaternal efforts. There were ed to swnmon anvb~y if see&
L. eggs imbedded In her re- fit an1 toidemand the produc-
Si g r m chairewhen the stunt tion of al doeumentR to help it,
mnbut two of them broke. in pursuing its work."
'4ho accident probably occur- -.
Id in Patricia's haste to return to keep setting until 8:30 p.m.
Sr neat. Under terms of the tomorrow rilgit. even If all the
mnetract she signed with French, eggs are hatched. But Patricia
he was not allowed to leave the was puch too iappv to worry
let more than lour minutes at about a ech ally."
time. An elqctilc heating pad "They wert hlyv are cute." she
as plugged in on a stand-by observed. "Bt you wouldn't ex-
.pect a mother to think her chil-
The contract calls for Patricial dren were ugly."

The Pacific Seam avlq.at1li Company

Royal Mall Llnus1d.4
&.S. "CUZCO' .......................A...b.........April lb
tIL. "COTOPAXI" ................ ........ May 8-

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.9.. "PARIMA" ................. ............ pr)l 1
i.. "AMSTELDYK" .............................. April 1
An all hinx SAbject to sma*, W ltt Nlotie
FORD CO. INc. PANAMA-Ave. Pei WT e. 3 .-7/8
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*S.S. "YAQUE" .................. .............. April 16
S.S. "FIADOR NOT" .............. ..............April 16
*S.S. "MORAZAN" ............ .i........i....April 32
L. H. CARL" .................. ,: ,,..,....... April 3
S.S. "HIBUERAS" .............. ............ April 3
S.S. "AGGERSBORG" ............................ May 14
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Special round trip f from. Criltqbal to New
-* Vo sLAptti|B' Fraudace .d .afl ,
* To NOW York ': ....' .............S40.
To .Vo Angeles and Wa4 Francisco ...$270.00
To Seattle ........t.. ....... .... 366.00,


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.S.. A .....TEC ...........................April 18
S. "ETAPAN ............................... ap.. r
S.8. "MATAUA" ................................May 7
S.8. r." ............................... May 9
S8. AMARIMAA" ................................May 7
8.s. "PARIaPnnA] ...............................May 16
Weekly sailings of twelv paseger ships to New
York, New Orleans, Los Angeles, San Frdcisco
ahd Seattle.

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t 7:30 inthe study the
anbew City High 0*0eoL
Civil Deme
Ladies of the. CivA. Defense
Wardme Servce of Gambe-, Ca-
ii Zone, w3 'meet at 9 aCO. A
r-i 4I. 4at hi Civic GCeteg. First
i students will he gradited at
this meetid ,
Curudo Weusa'a
TBd Curundu Wbmanaa Cl ub
VUaI have a ; scheoam t he Cu
rundu Clubhouse a Wednesday.
AWrUl ath at one o'clock -(men),
at which time the new Presiden,
Mrs. Lllian tillman will be in
For reservations call Mrs. Nao,
ml Frangioni, Curundu 214.
Witakos City Civ e C- i
The a1 w City Civ CouncU
wl ol special .meetaig tomor-
rW be g at 7:34 p.m. at the
Asabow. City acoul'e study hall
,it mea bers are reque tel t at

W 0. ,. A G ca

in fci ap as a student nurse at the
tpi- lit MWNurslg. As a memb" ofU the
-r appi"g es.. In IBM a
ISmh- where she was onap
w osk, an taff of te
band. orchestra and "Natiemal

Ba -lal '*atemal grandpent ar Mr.
Mrfr M. Walkr A. Dbniels 4f El
Csngrejo, Panum
Paterinl grmndpl rts re Mr.
agrt und Mrs. Henry lanielsen of,
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Thr day of
t Cqege lub winl d eir
April aeetingl at the bo n of
1Mrs. dward A. Dola, 205
Heshtu Boac Ballb. Heihts, at
April U.M NWnUrEM. Baser
, hIe 'asisunt L
The ist Rpeak .wll be Mrs
F. I. J oa n who WfilU oI
,Modern Art. All members of the
Co, e- Club are cordially invited

to attend. a
AMaM a Wrclc n
umhe 44 tca Cirl. wi nA*et at
the Scottish Rite Temple Wftmes-
day AqL A:3 ',3g A His will
be a pot luck dinnOt. Askor t
business- meting IM be aluowed

re- Balboa Wsmaa's Cl.b will
bod Aswra wjieRs eCI .OBn

tl mq ve 'aWy .i. g a. e i 4.

m hat.. a r ofe ll o thbe

Dri 1sate r r Gui c will ak e -- a T Ci b w
if bbinr sn ranaina. P Euya earrlutma, Mrs. Jes
t sica MrIer d e l.Me. edna Bow

te a it : M Thursday meehip ,_g < iw <*,_ R,

Se C Gotiveei ment The b chlu .M. ano r si
am W Arc.. .. ,,Dltff Couil C s _-.s
saste QUM C"uwila et

in he wdam oWe-Mor n.ontl.. ft e
rCleeu. w., t ka a'.wR s w1# aet
,[ig-light of /.. reting wi-ll Aev.m t *in a t tsee
a talk, drby Cts.oel o .An NNaa tNy "

thirU dislricis. l @n 911 15"* t i'eMgh May 25.

A irijning yilm, 'SelI Preser
at ion na Atomic Atack." will
dbown .m r Clonel D an's
ik: *Mst.. -ILS. Marshhf, Dis-
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- MEMORY LANE.lvig her life over aptIMrs. C. W. Massay,
Jr., at t.. I Tex, vialt daughter, Deberah, in third grade.'
Mrs. Massey attnde8 thirl grade in the same room 19 years ago.
But there fmch change, at that. BlaekboaMs are green, furni-
ture has bmn,..rvolutionized. Other things hbage, too. "They
used to c .grat -soup' and I had to beat their heads in," say.
mother. Sa C "We don't do things s lke that." Mother's
whispered 'mmo think.iwe had more in than they do.".

" "60" 1
mounted a
1per gal
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A neu

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The engine,
gets 32 miles
in above cut-

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,pes economy Omwbak r4 .cted
_ending line Presenting our economiq aid
a^ 1M<. I ilitary old also shows a sharp
i inw 193,,4dt year for whichcomn*ete
Sdata ar available .
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S h Lue Srie with cmophimutMy fu-lIngfi SiMAhs Jl
J^ lj "o Also mMal Turisto a Mlht s "-b
Skoholkc bwmaus nvlloble
S* Fmed KlA cubi smandservs -

wr BA., N. 11 Tivoll Ave. TI -. _
WflDLDW pl5nr A1ilnt .iS

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Smwnmbgu. or te e dAt

get Nestd's EveitRedy
IN 1---i est 3
in srs ia q fd

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b bottle of .urf in the bot-
at o he bottle and It's very
"I.-titted 3 It out with a
matching colo~e eor an emer-
gem mse.t =o.n
If. you MiWe a 1iQu shampoo
aLnd h-oe ru out, mint down a
e of oap. D t to a saucepan
over a low fre. have the cake
of soap and 4rop into a small
amount of water In the pan.
For thoe who can't use soap
it all aie.of allergies, there
I. % -w aL" dEtergent cake for
shovi or tub "se. It won't Ia-
ther as freely, but the allergic
woman can't: be choody.
After a shampoo, dry your hair
s qtlickly as possible. Leading
it weq or damp over a long pe-
riod makes it dun and lusterles.
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Resumed In Paris
PARIS April 12 (UP) Fran-
co-Tunisian homerule talks re-
sumed here today with both
sides determined to reach agree-
ment by April 20 at the latest.
Tunisian premier Tahar Ben
Ammar arrived here yesterday
by air from Tunis for the re-
p8tinpon of the talks.
SWith the full weight of his au-
thbrity behind the Tunisian
team and with Premier Edgar
F]ure expected to take a hand
in the final sessions, expecta-
tions were the eight-months-old
negotiations will finally be
cleared up.
Ben Ammar was optimistic
yesterday and said he expected
the talks would be over by the
start of the Moslem holy month
of Ramadam April 20.

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4th of Jul* Ave. & J St.
Just Arosemena Ave.,and 53 it.

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182 La Carraequilla
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Teenagers. By appointment only.
14Mornia.i ..... Balboo 2-4239
After 5 p.m.....Pqnama 3-1660


14.29 41h of July Ave.
Phone Panami 2-0552

"ChHrq ctic ,l the science that
maW pcoplutr ll and happy."

Dne. A. and E. ORILLAC
!Palmer Graduate.,
SPer AvmeA e Tel. .1-N5
11 block frm Lu Theture

Canal Zone iwtal Polyellnie
Dr. C. E. FAbrega D.D.S.
Denture--bridge work-alr brasive
General Practicee
TIvoll (4th of July) Ave No. 1IA2t
loapposite Ancon School Playground)
Telephone 2-2B11-Panstn.

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i.-So aend jangled nerves. Tel. 3-
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RAN DIEGO, Calif.. April 12
Wpy:- Vice Adm. Clifton A. F.
Uisgue, naval' air hero of the
We,- war 'against Japan, dtea
terday in naval hospital hos-
tli at the age of 58.
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0fin the Battle of Leyte Qiif,
ther he commanded a force of
k sgall aircraft carriers and a1
wd destroyers and destroyer Ps-
Ort This small force was sud-1
attacked by a Japanese
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OR SA E 1ipjc Lti
ring reeas suite; 8,pir S
Gna meIstflj s aan
edroem sb With lknerspring .
mattress refrigerator; ges stave.
l one year old. argaein. House
a. 7. Apartment IS.15, 45th St.,
lialls th Phone 3-6050. .

pcu. f^ |lndi do lu we o l
HI-Fi' Sd plvyer-6bmpe. i 1 ,"
1. 1-, ,,',.
like all 3-058'1. '.
a FOR -E-:- Frigidire. 9 r
25 cy 75; 4 large wi
bamrbI' screens 75c. each: l-
ephop e k Jalboa 2-4464.
FOR SALE: Solid mahogany
boh votw r stools. back mirror,
glass shelves w/glasses and 'O-.
'bot. Ilaor. 12" 25-cycle o '.
Call If. Clayton 6206 or Qtr.
355-A, Feet Clayton., ,
FOR SALE:-Piono. small vefMt
cle. 5110. Phone 2-3009 after
3 p.m.
FOR SALE:-West in iph use
Sporcelain refrigerator, 1-foot.
Call evenings 6:00-8:00 Balbba
* 1514. -
FOR SA i ousehoed H;6ni.
turo: ,4 t$50.5 r0efdrier or
$50, riO, -pc. bamboo et,
formica-top dining set, folding
couch. bedroom set. etc. 1523-J
GavilasP Road. Balboa. 2-2944.
FOR SALE:-One 9-foot. two 6-
foot almost new green porch
screens. Reasonable. Room 133.
Hotel Tivol.
FOR SALE:- Refrigerator. 25-
cycle 8 cubic feet $25. Call
-644 or 2.6362.
FOR SALE:-8-place mahogany
and ratten dining room sot in
excellent condition $1i P. Other
household fqnMure for sale.
Call glIboe 130 before 6 p.m.
any ddy.. .
FOR SALE:- 100-lb. capacity
Ice box, excellent condition; 1
child's dressing table, mirror and
etool. Phone Ghmboa 6-441.
rt h chaiio, iWeerotor.
Cempo Aime Cnat Rcardo A-
ries, Amerisca ,lding lNo. 3.


WANT TO, RINT:-Snmall 1.
room eetmout,. untrnlshed,
prefrebly with refrigerator Mnd
garage, in Belle Vista. Campo
Alegre or CanyreJo. 9.11 .-
1017. 9 e.m.-rp.m.

R o n **'
FOR RENT: Beautifuly fur-
nished large room, kitchen, Bel-
* la Vista, Mexico Ave. 69. near
. 43rd Street. Phone. 3-0553.

FOR SALt-.-Austin 4-door me-
dium, slie .vdel, wonderful con-
Sdition, many spre parts, duty
paid. LeavWpg Panama. $450.
Phone Mr.. Osborne 3-1660.

~- 56 ibo
FOR SALE:- 1949 Pontiac 2-
door Saedq, Hydramatic. radio,
extras, alroet new tires and up-
holstery. Owner leaving. Phone
Albroak 86:43132.
FOR SALe.-L-Hot-rod ports Ford
1949 to 1953; Crosley Hot-rod
and parts. Phone 2-4319. House
S5184 Diablo.
-FOR SALE: Leaving. 1953
Pontiac-Six 2-door sedan. 5000
miles. Call evenings 6:00-8:00
Dilboa 1514.
FOR SAL.E:-1950 Chevrolet 4-
door Sedan. New upholstery,
good tires, good condition.
House 326 Pedro Miguel, oaftr
6 p.m.
FOR SALE:-1949 Chevrolet 5-
passenger C.P., good tires, goad
condition. See at 723-1 Locono
or call AMbrook 86-2223 17 to
FOR SALE:-Good 1952 Chev-
rolet sedan, low mileage, new
tires, btespry. $975 cash or
terms. Phone 88-6230 evenings.
572-C Curundu Heights.

FOR SALE:- 1953 Studebaker
Champion Hardtop, 18 months
old, less than 10,000 miles.
cream with dark blue top. Can
be financed. Call Albrook 3192.
LUXE COUPE. White tires, ra-
die, new two-taone paint, plastic
* upholstery, very ood mechani-
cal condition. Wonderful oppor-
tunity to own a "eed car. Ev-
erything for only $1,045.
1952 BUICK SUPER 4-door.
Radio, two-tone, special plastic
upholstery, excellent mechani-
cal condition, good tires. See it
to appeelate. Only $995.
1952 BUICK SPECIAL 4-door.
Two-tone pait, nylon and pm- '
tic upholstery, white tires, regu-
lor shifts. Vary good mechanical
condition. $1,025. Duty paid.
door Sedan, Leadeor vIoteory,
radio, good point ed jis Very
good meshaiesal -endbi ,. A
bargain $745. Duty paid.
1950 BUICK SSCiIAL 4-4oor.
Now MdS" :irMt-inI,, com-

IMDOT. &r ARqPS, 4A.
Tke this 0ppeMntta r ta 3t .any
one of these t's our'lspial
April month sale.

FOR &A: r.- ,arenM Ron.N
pups. L&vhAorI Tropi. Vol
Espai q. lto m 3-0871.
FOR SAUf AA egg, trlitl
fresh, :Fnro th ie to your
home. .4one delivery, minimum
order I does. Call Panesn
2-2341 ,
FOR SAME:-Fresh killed dli..
cious tnider chicken, oven ready.
Homo delivery, mninium order:
of three. Coll Panama 2-2341.
FOR SALE:--Dash matching ra-
dio far .1953 Chevrolet, com-
plete with antenna. Phone 128
3335 Locona, after 4 p.m .
FOR SALE: Kenmore swing
machine onsile model, like new,
electric $95. CASA ADMIRA-
BLE, t h Necchi establishment,
Central Ave. 10-30. next to the
Lottery Building, across from
Nntionel City *ank. Phone 2-.

FOR SALE:-Easy washing ma-
chine in good condition. Bar.-
gain. Phone 2-2516.
FOR SALE: 3 air-condition
Sulania % *on unts. 220
volts, in excellent condition.
Good fw officess or bedrooms.
Reducedto $220 each for quick
sle. Call Panama 3-0226, 8-4
12 mornings, 2-5 evenings.',
FOR SALE:-B rgai! -Complete
set of Lionel- elctril trains, al-
Moest new: 3 anaines, passenger
,bad cargo caor' swithesr and
many working eccobaties. Only
$17 Agenales Ptnameelanoes,
POR SALE:-Baso drum & mail
drum & traps $75. Phone 36-
8571, House 84-F 6th Street,
Coco Solito.__
FOR SALE:.-, Upright pi anoa
$120; combination wire record-
er, radio-record player, PA sys.
tem, astronic $75; '48 Bhick
Super sedon, radio, heater $450.
Albroek 6291..
FOR SAK 5 ll two 8
feet, a. on 2-1678.

WANTED:- To place EngliMh-
peakhing maid, excellent house-
keeper and laundress, good with
. children, dependable. P h a on
Panama 3-ti6t,

Help Winted
WANTED:- Experienced iook,
wash, Iron for 2 persons. Not
necessary to sleep-in. Phone 2-
2516. "

WANTED:- Responsible person
for laundry and light house-
work. May sloop Jn. Golf Hts.,
Phone 3-6270 between 9-12

Youngsters Roll tggs At White House

Ike Advises Parents Not To

Get i

lnem s ah I WASHINGTQN, April 12 (UP) The President distributed the "Well then, what's t
ved byh his -- Thousands of Joyous young- eggs as he walked along the pose? the y ungster w
ronado, Cal., eters rolled their eggs happily on fence. He laughed and said know.
the White House lawn yesterday "This As sort of a transfer job." -",
S and seemed stily-s Pe- The Presideat sid Mr. dochi a Pre
i dent A lU nhO.dvlea. therjenhower was -. sorr. ..she in ociium rrCe
rvic_ :_es parents not to getlost. couldn't be Be r to geet you. See -ks To m
'rvICs 8Speaking to the throng, the The First Lady La at Gettysburg SeeKs To rlug
-. President recalled that several recuperating from a recent res-
V children got lost two years ago. piratory ailment and overseeing jODS In Cabin
But, he added, "we found It was work on their renovated farm 0-
for the cin-' really lere lost. house. SAIGON, Indochina,,
so.vet, "The I. this (UP) American-back
na" -will be r Sm rful. The protective fence was er- mier Ngo DInh Diem
NatiOn Wit- h .e aected to prevent a repetition of consultations today to
-JWB Armned T he at 1953 when a crowd of nearly 28,- gap s in his half-empty
ter, La Boca the tra l I at 000 almost mobbed. PrEeldent Ei- while an uneasy Baster I
30, Wednee- 11:s15 an senhower and is two grand- tween the government i
$0 p.nt. and A, or by children. Last year, the isen- lord opponents raq out.
... " s. when howers were vacationing at Au- .. --
for the de- her a g. Pr dent gusta, Ga., at Easter time. Both sides were set ten
d during'k I -7 7 1Despite hls'wwaring, the affair any new flare-up of store
~ntc. for I had not been under way long be- ing. Twentysix pero_ s ,
for fore the loud speaker blared 112 were woun ed Mhn
R of that "Sidney Johnson, aged 7, is Saigon street clashes.
iuCi soe separated frd his parents In Diem decided to. call'
IE Bcret! the east rose garden. W i his liW Vietnamese known 4
A E Ithe! parents please call for hlim'." dependence and e
P Pr4 to strengthen his,cablie
TO ftroam An added attraction s High sources midtliat
Svice Whitey, a white rabbit owned the iggers -'drawn
the 5-year-old Raul Deluca of DIe emaind fi
v ta. the by Betheada, Md. White ans for. tw tig
c to at the White Househ grass 4 kda m fore" -to a
and ignored hisd ',. aim?. .
d- Although there was -,egg A
t rolling, most of th stersla Ala
played tag, iJ u.t around sl VS
r I i 's and threw t t1a. at ch
otherother. hi -Am

me eha

hte pur-
anted to


April 12
ted Pre-
plug up
truce be-
ad war-

nmely for
et fight-
e 29a%
on lead-
for their
Sides ite
t., -a I


(UP) -
wii n-


M e* on Genel ote Sfam
Mtie Aynue No. 4: Fe0 w lt-
senemlM*n room, dining els,
kitchen, large porch. ln4turo
ground fleeoor.
FOR tfIT.:-Small chalet, *pe
be4riom, living dining r om,
kitthp,. Moderate'rent. OSeG al
Jose "pi Sn Martin Ave. No,.
6, d wstin.
FOR RENT:- Furnishedschelet,
hot water installation, in La Iex-
peici6n. Call 33rd Street No.
37, fern 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and
, from to 8 p.m.
FOR RIjET:- Large house nd.
gronind, partly furnished in Los
Cumbres. Gamboo 6-105 eve-
nisns. _.
FOR RINT:- Beautiful modern
chalet, Via Porras First Shtbet
CaW e40NIla No. 55, beside Ide
Theetar. Phone 3-1863.

FOR RENT:- In Bellk Vita
privte- residence completely
fnIslhed: 3 bedrooms, 3 peah..
2 bathrooms, living-d&lau
re*f, pantry, kitchen. .SA'4.
roi. garage. Complp.ly.
samned, hot water. Phenome-3
din from 8 a.m. to I p.m. ov
- -S.380 afterwards.

ATTENTION G. 6.! Just iblt
modern furnished apartment 1,
- 2-"edrostha hot, cold wet~,
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT:-Furnished end un-
furnished 2 and 4-room modehrk
apartments. Contact ALNAM-
Phone 1316 Colon.
FOR RENT:-2-bedroom apart-
ment duplex stone house, fenced
I yard, geoe. Call Gamboo 6-
FOR RINT -2-bedmrom spert-
aoet, 2 loths calet I wigh
bdlroum. n IIn Srn m, dinliig
wom, meld's bathroom, wah-*
nri. gpe. last 47th

FOR RINT-2-bodroom spart.-
ment, mid's room, garage. Joet
befilt at "El Cangroje." 3-2677.
FOR RNT---Modem sn -rVoed
room aparteqt.in -lle Vimto.,
It Stret No. 4. Call ZubleO
to, phon 3- .
FOR RENT.-bne or two bed
room furnihed apartment. Cn-
trical, g~!V neighborhood. Beau-
tiful view. Cool and quiet. Tel-
ephone 3-0276:.-0811.
FOR RENT: Small one-bod-"
room apartmelit completely fur-'
Snished No. 47 9th Street, Sift
FOR RENT:-- Furnished apart-
ment, all ufilties. Via Espalla.
house before Juan France.
FOR RENT:-2-,bodroom apart-
met, li Uvin -.diloi ngroome _
roge, new buildqg, lIst Street, El
Carman No. 91. Can be seen
anytime during day. .

FOR RENT! Site fr offices,
clink, occupied by "Mcy's" f /
Agencdas Glogll, Jutl. Arose-/
memon Ave MeNo. 73-A. Inqnlr4
East 37th Street No. 26.

Mrs. Eisenhower
DAR Herself
-Mrs. Dwight b. Elsenhower,
who with the President is x-
pected to visit a session of the
forthcoming DA convention, is
a DAR herself.
She is a descendant of a sol-
dier from Connecticut, Pvt. Ben-
jamin Doud, a bona fide mem-
ber of the. Daughters of the
American Revolution.

United sete"a Zi Court Far
The Distritot 3K i Zone
I Si a G nat ls

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DR. WENDEHAKJ Medical Cliu-
Ic, beside Capltils.Te Da
& Night service. Plpie 2-47
Panonine -c.r
(Constructlo. Cmtract)e
Project No. 6 Ir Themes,
As noted herinl Radwa
Aprdq 6e. 1955 -
Governmenat *k Virgin Islands
By I Issuing Offig
SPublic Works CoemiNlioner,
Governmeis at othe Virgin h-
knds, Charotse Amalia, Lt.
Thomas, Virgin islands.
Sealed bids hn-lage copy for
furnishing lf islebr. equipment,
and materials and performing all
work for the prilet dacribed
herein will be J ceived until
3:00 p.m., Atlanstic Standard
Time. May 18, 1955 in the oa-
flee of the Publiq Worki Co n
missioner, Charlotte Amalie, St.
Thomas. Virgin Ilands, and
then publicly ope-ed.,
Information regarding bidding
material. bid darntoee and
bonds plans and. ota nations
and other coi sdoeuments are
open for public I oiM at the
'office of the PJ IiWorks Com-
missioner. Alt nsmalle, St.
Thomas. Vlrgls blndsi, L.
Keonn & Asecietes, IlA Build-
ing, Montgomery, Alabama; A.
G. C. Office. 1111 Coress
Building, Miami, floride Build-
ers Exchange. 46 Nadheist 6th
Street. Miami, Floida; 'Urban
Renewal Admhiiitdlen, 2nd
*Floor, del. Yaele Buildipg. San.
turce 17. Puerto Rfo;, and F.W.
Dodge Corp., 119 West 40th
Street, New York 18, N. Y.
Plans and speeafleatlos may
be procurea. from the oifice- of
R. L. Kene "& Aeclatoe at the
Bell Building, Montgomery. Ale-
boama, upon deposit of the fol.
Pr dWaterrtoqt. Roed-
way. $20.00.
Deposit shall be only by cer-
tified check payable to R. L
Kamm &nA Ameoiate widek will be
refunded to bhe fide bidders
upon SA rwtrnm of plano end
400'otls Is g- en fo condition
apifre i s e l adduie

any prPIS 0 l SRBu

net .Inld, ap sn4 u-
to the g general
tbi personsT e who
procure planeand specifieatlens
upon payment of theabove Stat-
ed uteuut: &ad irikld no*t sub-
mltjbIE.e@WetVv-Wv (75) per
cent of the deposit amount wIE
be refunded upon the return
thereofaI M9 condition within
forty-five (44)- calender days
from the dote of bid opening.
No refuqd will be mode for re-
turn oftferthat time.
After tn bid epen1on addi-
tiponl ope of plane a end spe-
ficatoonoa be. obtained from
R.m L. K a-em i e. Am iEsl. nt
commaoreiol rae. plus handling
and. pelliune Caetr.
Eat bid. must be cmp-
odbqa atisoactory bid ,uor-.
anty s Aa omeno net lass hben
PqIg ent of the totaltldn.
uIsoeossfulbidderwiltb 14
and payment boud
ikn t a me mount of 10 Per
Nof the centre t rde
no oihd mer be witgdrwn un-
til thiutt (30) coander days
tero te scheduled eleing time
for the retipt of bids.
The SeO.vemment of the Vir--
gin blegis I es the ,rFht to
awir a anfmt f* et anv'or-nfl
Ite of any bid, which ar
soamel l iehle b* le htersof
MlvnW 04ent of the Virgin'

w p p-niil Mt eto feb g ,
STh c uentlen of t rofe e lod .
lon .aleoneg these well in Cher-
lTe Ameoje H dep r which In-
eludea .
I,5 .00. .. Common canaem-
4,700 C. T. Spil Reck hns-
1,434 LF Cnt Pipe
I la. sy Inle d o
12,900 L F. Standard Comb
natiet Curb nd

ork hrw i
6,330 LY. Conue, Sidewakt
25.700. Y. Dry Mcad .m

43E. Ceet Stations

3, S. U..yIl*

..-. ..... $.'",*.- 'ss'.
Prretc oflpgd (li. ,
el or,
.or adZmibiW StU
Phees 2-12L2.OST.&P

SHRAPNEL'S adishad hoses ." :
on boea at SaOn1 Caer.Tae FOR
phone THOMPSON, loqjbeSAL
1772. R a&hie

past Santo Clare. Low routes.* --ar .me~.i.eneIP ..
Phone Balboa 1866. iupil. nsore s
WILLIAMS' Sents Clara eehash OR SALE: -.'Oh.d
Cottoages ekgs, refrgem- 7 -. ALquEaa vt
ion, 2-bedrmom. Phone eilbS o i
3050.. dS. 3 .-
l 1"a,"*,do. .
IB.Wt./e _'

vvuairer wincneii
(Contlnued from Page 2)
mer hit parade thrush has been
arrested twice as a Broadway
"Eve" . .Many gamblers guessed
wrong on the Jelke verdict. Loads
of 7 to 5 he'd beat it. .The
World-Telly stock market colyum's
skewp on April 1st: "One the
lads are tossing around is that the
worst anhnmil of wall Street is
neither the bull nor the bear: it in
the bum steer" . Like The Man
Said Here Days Before.

Easter DiUlies and Bunny Huff'
.arah Vaughan's version of 'Wha.-
ever Lola Wants" and "Yeah.
(What's the melody to the latter
swiped from?) . .John Garson'i
barituneful serenading (in a deoan
hImos) at Cafe Gria'ing .Za
urt's 'A Man Called Peter" ..
WPIX's "Clubhouse Gang Coan
dies" . .Robert Q. Lewis on his
variety show. .Bob Donovan's
new book, "The Assassins."

"She's never at a 'lois .for ego
thing not to say' -,At th.JEm-
bes: "Can't wait for the baseball
season to start so. I can watch
teevee a g a in". At B-Idnd:
"The Torch is when you want to
stop breathing because she gave
you the air".. At Lindy's: "Iu
he rich? He plays solitaire with WAi
bankbooks!" ...At the Metropole:
"Whaddaya know about her that's
dirtrimmntal?" . At Reubens:
"te s ort of a private joke -be-
tweefi his Mudder and Fadder. .
ht Maneros: "Hey There! You
with your nose-bob in the air.
'' __ n0

Kids Will
(Continued frem Page 1)
June 1, or 114,000,000 in all by
June 1.
,.DurIng the mass ihoculations
three shots were given during a
rive week period. alk said the
first two inotatrios should be
spaced four wee part far
maximum Oeffectiveness.
On the basis of three cc per
child, only 000,000 children
cud be Inoulated by June 1.
BAthlaed en the basis4
oGIy cto, per chil0. u6,13
eAlo M ndivea hof t. athe a4-
dSienA SAWS this yeYw.
Wt tied there are a'
t u.-Ow children of "po-
o the United States.

SINGAORE, April 12 -(UpP)
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_y _g. .le .uthe o.ng e o .. __ [h.e 4-:h0-t0eatuE Review -S R M in-eral ,1 IS Flat sh 40 Photogaphic 52 Unit of i
e and to e, o Te uns nr new 4:30-Wat's Your vawite (-- 1 At this tm Prightens devi e relu chance
K .o =llri.e _OUallxfl ..er J .Uil1 ao bun ee n f3- ore 3:00) aPrIson oa oncludes 4 Pa in us Ma uln
fftt?8ttrl dw. Vit.. mtew a r.qw' .a' 5:5.- W .-s You-r Sa-v orite 21 While saers 45 taln ty (ab.)
f rA_;- .a r o R..eierter "so to- .3'
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Ss .one of. the Crew C.ts. 6:15- RIUBBO SPORTS (Ind ) -
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,,*,',t~a an mt*thirbehavior t-11HOW CHRISTWI sx Panboard-
". .e Seven-year.old Mike was the NCE HEALS --Seine -
-q*y e. ion-- a golden .of the cla. He told Dad 7:0 Report From The 8A 3 RIch fabric. -
O u I a R e 9 eecte vice pred0nr . 41Witin 5 i

pHyW- a*4SuTheqf Dn! aslub MIt anhool. Later that 8:00 aEsYoN EDDY'S PeNT-1 implements -
the.i was tucking MuIc I HOU8 PARTY <8a- 42cGreekgodof
br'a'i f ."Natesn. f or, .. m... I V eg as. .sked g-u aabe 17P V.O.) h, yr o o /- I/-
wI s a u "ssww awa snl to x 8;30.--it Rehear4eGof (BBC), 4 father B-
"A.001!orJ. fiore3:0 0),im.ein, s fyour cl"ub 9n:00-.You Asdke4d 3or P k InUah T .l eS
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StwA Shtr s.e wleA irto has- 10:30-Mat c From Hotel 21aB" s Whill 26 d 4 Iai _____
y wood der.e cloasof decree t1o a:ms a ~~ 2 "o I
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more0tjab ear tdIR flBBO2:00.-News nO gg( Ofia
I 'ft 1 Shortt T!kc: MOM has first re- -
laa athelouw Bteoedwt mLum-
-.'f 'calhit based on the studio's old A.M .
24-^ .,. K m.ole, "Ntaotchka." . Medics io:00-sig On The Al
\ i advised Kathryn Grayson against Clock cJub (rpenqetSt- I
`.Lop aAhing In a "Merry Widow" /TV p lease "le liy 70 T
lad r.. &rgeryo a va., 5-" | L ,es Lane Rolling' Plot
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Ther' a mely comedy "Ura .:) MINGHAM, Al.., April 1- move came when authorities de
even r t M shew as a ll:0p-Netw ('U A 33-year-old Florida slec trained that Mrs. Winsett, who
iil movi P for Deasn Martin l1:05-Off. The Recurd- .ty Lew j nsnnT .l1:a0-M0eet the entertainers ee murder today in the "lovers severe blow at the base of he
......with a Geiger counter 12li:--Ne e" death of a retty young skull.
rrfiaol e k ti t ca pt o Pld waitress who allege y potted R h Forteberr> adc.itted he was
o ,.t 4 -- 12:0-Lunchtime Melodies roll" lum or his money- with the victim te mght1 of her
S12:0- sweet .Lot / A rd' waant. was sworn death. He aid he fled the scene,
,'-'--, A -. -Ne'- ci arguing Jw.e tC. Fortenberry of described bo. authorities as a "no
S. f SS S thAct c Of M nh.tt. Quicy, Fla., killed Mrs. Emma torious lover lane" In an isolated
4 /wr"-'-:Jdr Lewi Jery1:30-S-ons O The iPlanrers Jean Winsett 2-ytear-old Eupora. wooded section of Birmingham, in
STN Miss., wife of a Nay seaman. t mistaken belief Mrs. Win
2:0-Da 1 tinbe nnxou1.? r. Winsett's husbad is in du- sett's biothe followed them.
.. A .. + Y--g- .... ed? :^ tyrolFrmosa. o Autooiitime said the disturbance
S" Boo the murder char e Fortenberry heard was the five
| .... 2:30-T hek lt and o ered held without .il, th. r Ben who pl nn d to "rolP him
S' T2:45-H M1ank, wARan- ored-haired lerteIberly commeat-with Mrs. Wmsett's help.
Q|R35NB6ORO, S.C., April 12 raised objections to some ques bc y9oam $C5 ed, "I am a victim of circus I Fortecberz said that as he
)# /Theg moint aid. to- ion submitted by the defenst 3:00-Fe Mli I Waltses \ ,s tances. I fner laid a hand on sped iaway hom the lovers lane
ft to ea what to be ,asked of the venlremen. 3:1-mo fy Show this girl." in his 'uck Mrs. Winsett either
c _, Staniy argued the question 3:30-rMl, Fr Wednesda Forter.ber, y maintained his in. jumped or lin to her death
to w e Improper unless ti 4:- e vJew uet during length Ast. Solicitor E. C. Watson
cga lh ,efitt'esa the meaning ol 4:0l-Whiat', r Favorite A(e- ing .d claimed the bo s said, "after questioning the sius
'|f MSwes' mvo oiust anX nuests-.. esse phone l<- elub waitress fell from his true pert at lend'. we filed first de
t--b,.- f.ooe W sailed ath.r ore 3:00)- a. he ped sway from the lovers ree murder 'harg es against him
6. Defense Counsel d Rein ,of :S-.-News . tan, fearing the girl's brother wasn't manslaughter or an ac.
.aeaH~ reupba' of a.Waehingten- said he submitted 5:35-Wast' Your Favr!e had discovered their trysti1g eldhat as he 'ays, it was murder. ,
VoSm. aeIovernor, went the auestaons to determine "e9st'd) place. Mrs. Winsett was found dead by
a i Us. strict Coartwhether the prosetive jurors S:00-8oerad In Blue (US Deputea said actually. orten the side of the road Thursday
-th echarges spe-!hare "ireooeulsv notinos" a- S:lWfBS&WiIRSON BPOR g berry was to have been a robbery night, some 45 minutes after shd
jI&s1 eu11 Ou l.aMuse, Ibout Communists or the Com- R.vsw ictim. lefr a roadhouse with 'Fortenber-
,warrtud- by e in manist Party. B:30-Melachrino Musicale They said they had statements ry.
RMav. l eas t Ia. convicted scales faces a 6:60a Warren 4n' I frnm five youths, including a Uni-
.rap l st..d te mimam, sbienalttey of b o t ah re 7: OA....N-& j. versity of Alabama student adi Witnl-ses at the place said Mrs.
'. w i p at l n adl t p lo rn pena lty of in yer Ir wo. M marines who admitted they Vicsett had arrived there w it-b
E ap rlr'oun Th w a e mPFinvarn e e 71e-lnais0ee. -a t S.and .w aged with Mrs. Wirset to rob thu five meis but that she "pick-
.Cl a' Th government Is exfecPa ed 7:3.-Rhrert Press The d Fiortenweny after the eleftricira cd up" Fortenberry tad left with
4 4-m .It tJle rey upn thes'moy o :iO(-.MtheI L a saen",flsh a Fbrsingie thellhm. ateer sheb nd thert coahe nosth

egsdlt uat Wilkeskw- by Rph 'tomalSt',anoter t P.M n1ow esw s anw* ronihtetIhetomtea'el a o sce mhe wpamions
a It .".i... "o d P O --a w an 'oA fati s ll rctun. 'a" wr The five told deputies they en.'

i hb ... or* e rtnaberv married and fath- tert d aitoan agreement wi th
'Presses, t ', i t : 5-O DAf W o wn d erul iir o f two ehl.dren, had be.a or, Mrs. Winsett wsereby she was to
1 ,. t h p e rooi JaSc)- -dared 'held for coroner" stnoe "lure" Fortenbcrry mi the levers
sN. E EAS E :0o AsnFo It (re.- a.et.husrday night. *T -e lane **nd them were t roe **6h m.
a o relaut e aof atei r shead wplehse ihMne be- *.
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THEY'LL HATCH OR BUST--Patricia Ann Godbee 6f Miami Bach. Fla., thinks he n hatch
eggs as well as any old goose. And ash's going to prove It or bust (the eggs). The 21-yeet-old i ,
giving herself 29 days to become a modern day "Mother GooEe." She'll sit on nine eggs. without '
leaving them for more than four minutes at a ime. At night, as shown at right, she'll turn the -"
eggs just Uke;pt pose would do. .

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CHINA REDS SEEK COASTAL O.NTROL-- Nationalist-held off-shore islands. time
Chinese Reds now control their own. coast froth S o .beh.w for the first time since
Important port cities like Haimen. Wenchow and Foochow have no rail links with the-rest f Ch fi *
Road links are sketchy. Therefore the pprts have a)wayt been supplied by coastal ships froet
Shanghas on the north to Hong Kong. far to the soutl' They had tp rn the Nationalist bli,;
ade. based on the off-shore Islands However, since the Nationalist acuations. ChhMe Red SUP
have swarmed into these harbors The only major off-shore islands left to the Nationalbti rP h
Matsus and Quemoy. Military build-up opposite the Mateus Indicates Reds ma b e preparing
all-outassault on them.
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"ofter the first round, drop- Don r .i n Leppxaer, 2b 4 0 t1 2 i l be -.

( ack into a geeond place tie Bill St 151 a-Maxwel 1 0 J .v-.- .. e bt n eaps ciub. .* o 'p ." ;-" .
k or .48 harg thl Anibal td 152 Mirnda s 2 1 0 0 1 3 rval o Boxin t i E
St Mder wSm a- FratnkDah N 158 Kreow, p, 2 0 1 0 0 5mi rs r Th h te t
d thcond trona In Dr. Jun Nu. 154 Mlner, p 0 0 0 o0 0 -.T on hand. 0Che is sc el.d ldge, m d

ex t ruday evening. Rober Thor n 155'9 Tam W L Pet, ohl W L G rathAtebge 8tIaday. dc saeagod.
b y. Intoa pleond a ce tie Bul m 156 E a-Maxweh h 1 0 0 0 0T 0 .' n ui .
St-m ec afYter 36 holar le5 B o 0 0 B ths.00 A bal e he o eI - .t m eae n m
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Eder,, On(! o s r d ar? ch UnB 146 0 Fn0 Nu .-" k at "j{delit -'-"" .e" -..it...: by,_ ep n lngde ao w a "the in t "y.^ood ,on y
S_14d 10 2LnPlern, p 0 0 0 17h at 0oo.n o at Cle t 'WR can make the bi g pla. Alo have c

E dtw a, a 0 0a3 0 F l be TEhTeODALS RESAL Balti;eAore od-5 6 1 punching ipowetg two 47-

iftor elsa 1 S031 00 100-7 Wahnton 002 003 S- i pound to ne n ae a ro
'let nenhowI er enod les Bob 3 1- l d h Cincinnati 002 200 001-5 12 Klfiow ( ), Ml-,. John- for .all the" lend. Early, this Br mAVS L lISSt.,t
MtlI 0 ,,. Totaim pt 12 10 _27_ 1e3 s.. J__ o s1- 0), so9B, Perrarese, Alex.der. and'.ypar, Reid and Hawkins battled' .I is my o nt.entiotn Milwaukee woud hai wo last"- a-
ito H Waker eand WooCompton 158Mi he fag throughout fi'ibed only eiet games ount N ro tdaC.b

eh ed pern ng,. ... fors -eI Ohly ...... d s -e ters the ", T m n fo .. . uacty. -...f.rf om o .a hter lat is
S o choice or y eu 2 ceue. Only games scheduled. wkin to winl that might o the i. .

Nil. 145htaknies av h the n ef ragtnenlfte-Bul by, c-Ran2 3 3 0lSt. ithUeLucky-3Ir leve: ball
14aa-- --'Bb Jr ason t 161 rU ievers, Imf ib- .4 I' ... do much b .os e and on I e si i lo f pltas e w i ,li

14s Mke,,riu1 4 e ^r.e r, eo1.7 r -whse0 ,ars GAMe f e. T tAl tet outinegesd diwhb he.wgollogti l 1 we e stbett ap,.ablre o f 2-aes o
o. th.ebase l s a-. g tm .len e old intheKline ,s 2 ore I onls u1 t. ou at Chicago T nesto Reid Hl Baby Hawkr a insia Teos t aere brl e te las met a te
"-Oravetz 1 0 0,0 0' STERDAY'8 RESULT contnue to p t h aIr.
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mdaent hw e toa as layed h aT lihke an"ld I tbw lr ld r At Mt. Hope 0:30 p00. choice by 1Roper foreithd ifh received petition from the sharp. Bet then ther w thomea-u Jwtt et.e As T e
aj eaor d ae s teSw rie ngAlexand .. Lucky Strike v0. Powella. and finr 002 003 eI--ng Boxingde Corsmptle to oneguard looked hppr. He t e t

Porf eran o ile terfleld 3, tow 4. Hits o - R eart; the ninth batter 1 the12r i (t1ur tu-. little that io rearing about a 9fu8 credit card.
SI h2 0271 R ones 1-0, Jeffoot m1 After a ,ee-Feaw battle rr r ive te inAleer. and yle ar, Reid ad wkiat .
S'- lh pt .1toldi h a- OutFe rrarse 0-1xa nderIns an9 Powus came up with a tive-run ly 1 (oe dollar). ..,, d- -
the p ightG, t er Thi 0Baltimore Orio les. The0Errors line.nEdlw ards. Ln-t [ii oI iTerieSinBle)i.tIanoll R 'obr oMtr11 ankI tAnto nell t21-7)hade yng Nbeo h

gslesu on ti- i, cm- ?.c wtory M it ad sb-si nqll d f r etow 5-4R, 'e npth. tert the ixtn L ky trike ut up a-brieef f o' MANAGING w-. -

and t. Lol at C- on two earned runs. It was Jonson 2-2, Ferrarse 1-1 o- to erae a one run Lucky Strike eight In the botom of the a . .
e.it Pthe. det fr cnL to low -2. WP Portets.d lead and wrap up the r t ge vThomsoneah54 th Bob Ridge tri Yu cap alyever be se new

Yr Gianl teginitsa J r, i gAmns Lu (i). LP Kretlow ( ). the n twilight tode ght with one awayinsand i s er t to l nev w man ager. ltalt k oiA o total. tg
1tApe oril e tUP) -- Mr. Tiesenhower, whnse arder e Ran or Ramosa ITn 6t o 6 vih Tldeer feetett d ching heir at- A the ble eM, whe bWe eal a il

isa leaguec pi bet ph i. r the b Pt a a outrn aas o br don11 on willn wcableaof e0-g m is eWao
and Indes over p ihe cn- hfort h olfe-ha o ten left baseball Aps. ar ite trin tI qsl eso n)eI omeas cloe to-
of the bebarry Truan a ot n a ..re r coo in;tpast ,S II Lucky Strike started the co. Tet walked to kp the euiafo uo metleriented, to thome up te n ar
ident nhower today as Iayed his part like an"old prn" Pltimore 00 030 011- g in the botom of the rt on Strike hope e bt r ple to pro the w be

major .i 'pi fnn'n1 racesD:l AT terdNaI.r asGi the.W lScht t sngton Washington 00 a 00s--,few mltaInes; and fiighte eei'.

C -let ear., w i ao in- trteaixth or yi g down the third base line by Lar6p final out of the game. The p. Crintobal Armed that bwh ter-lnhoeed oger w..ovi
introi til g e cur- r the Baltors re d withes Th e E -- KlineREdwardso-t. e o wells 9, L but Gibson kep.th rail'I Ioin1 10 T onan th'qlst Sorilvera de:pitet ron,.ther ymoaungNe os.
ym. tre-ru raltmore Orles. The Errors e- Blior 2s ea, a t,

makes debutha a'- le ad Jubre balls JoEnesDAY'S GA Mcored on Helbn and Lou Hooper ser'sca 135-o A-USO Bamheseabo with donls opmemtp letgest the Bams.A mtit mesttehi
oe Mr. s up n to19 cam-s ,,.ory Made t a successful e Mannyr. Mora s e to right the eleven hit att f th r m tepe w iig trmt ay r sim lart ro *then ae t ade thr m sat

uBoudreau will send tere^moer with an11 center, winners with each man garner- Thubsday at h YMCA. ive appear l t have yeleved Alstep .df Bis
n l Kentcities with the .~ri aterl alh debut for Charley Kretlow 2.e Levan. OraovetzSine of ev-oopers am e hv aentrd lnthit an r ***leve sw e a ot itrit rt
Sn t Detro t N ear-old p s begin bk i n the top baseni knocks gong renor a d le. n, Ut

fWe. ofr had a 6-17 re e a K 4ed to Al e 1of the second to tatSke a one-run Ie Hiplaya, with a triple Ien Davlt Fort gul..mck Haror De- No offinal announcement of the shift _in.auoroty habe
laN i ain whildelphia and the mae him o le the se d In or on error by EIleadrd Icorn t_ t p ated thr e longest ens B and VP-.is ts m hav ade but manetly it ha. the ble_-n g of the braM, saI

k vnll na. t 1 Iles a double and y d erae g0e/ by Gib3on and Lou Hooper blow of th ame tor the wiad been caacupwfitor a fhort time avatemeut by alter O' Malley the 1lub pre0(dnd o
Ledans. whueo w a pon hA.L. two ern the ball park as 5thea red on wild ptth e tWop f e o stn L r. t eedinle tou ae le i Muerill o ind aion urhlo e.s ei ro trbIdb ealt.

te~ialst I9-game winner or? h he-ne nnth" 213 their hall of the Inning with 1h lnet blows struck off of Last year's les ue was won b to move from one unpleasant eutburst to another( #et
md Indan playing host th e senatrs peppered a qoin- Porterfied. U-owlruls o in e p th rnd Ihe I A it tr", om odrn tw m

te C ago Wlne Bo1.'tet o Bal S or llngers or ws10 o hlett, S.evder. Mss, runCox Lucky .tBue iLue meof the aser-e s in I. tm -tw -.
totallng i 300,000 are an- hl In. addition, Mr. Elsenhow- 1e w Wl-lbe ed ng. Stolen base oMedier took ovOeA special four-round amateur reurno me eigDnNewcomb.H e .m

ed wtth adtop of r0,wo ex- er "stole the ow" by waving a Yst. Sarlce- Miranda. Rag chores for L tri e test letes s
er supply nator responding with a l-R lVern. Powells 9, guckyl ikeo iebtGi bson kept the rn toer ehuede u; .. in b .tewi

onase ksa C fa Ithree-runa lethg. Oave e- Lon eu- o the -th wightonoc- tordeepby righ wt obe aai'oern Fhioni tofa Im .. i u Aneomo

noi at te ery walked with one away went to the mound Owen utherland, hte tcenduct ongthe aS
18- e r Whit- r o to second on otf's boot and 1-year-old high hool student flo. i wardwas won last

Marry scored on Bucky Hal'n sesl. may be le an for mound erby^ coco holo NavalRft"-ad
makes i roaebut il a ia 5-3 led. Jim Busby had three regal' the lead dutyif Med L oefnds the goin s
t 3at, P'a, t e its an Tm. Amp1 tto :reewd rterffield Ferraf A ithe bottom o Pf te fifth as tourhi e opes thi selection shrpan rwa .. !I

sat S over Mora collected his third straight d l be Noel a who syate e 0ule for the first night's own. -ef plyes y t p e h w b

e, who atn lead the in Boxle and raced gl the way to loodke bade kocks In last t Fort DavM agaNt t N Ulu
t hr.ewlth e3-gal e rI., onkfU, W 1h tti rd S e i nh beern-eld Bob o'ut a end may mak e the eudefea me at T p.m. and heta btr- md ..na a a
M Tn's t'sKreto .4- on e o d 1/3, Al tender 41 Aater a e-saw attle for iv e theinn, inedO-ut to uthr a .. .

to" Doudrsau will ten e wsiaa hMad run wilth to ringhtled thehiatco the aemod game of the evening PACIFIC La TTLr Lfe.this was a fant double pl B
iier A n the Pittabr.-Brook. wfiem third on ems aroaTk's sacr- sThe box score: Y MCA. F.i. 1P 4Ad1ms to Bitch RauWl
try S (9,1) feice rly to left. Championship Plaroff The second fame ethXg
$6 tli-it e2/l, Miller 0-0, Johnson2-3/3 inn slate ginteoeledtosllwlan at second fse.Ge r lams teai h on wi l on- t m
faces.gh'e Ferraree 0-1 1/3. Runs andR Powells came up withe ame wide POWELLS Therly1 e aeeg of Team W L Pet. game erie b

r W Mqale p odnhn h diig e-ned ru Kretlw 5- oeutbu in the top of the. ixth asi captains and managers ft tet up par Cola- 1 0 fe AteoGrnoo. .

f.ist. Louis at C- tards whe n the dust had cleared the Deux 52 ga A te- -- ithe mound h Bobby
t. e Paul T o h im yescd t e an n Le Hllwo earned I t was Johnson a2-2,r Ferrareser to D to er r e a one run Luefclkeafhtdrew first oodn t boto o the a o t
o. w a Porrfds first win Ikne three eerfleld 5. P- Portrfeld lead and wrap up the fr i th m fi h Bob R dp tr e plis- and ardh t hip a o f eb Pateer ic e tl pper wou l ed t
Iii111 ga timvltas i al sIsao 0 i ltheformints. L.ou (n-g).'LP iredlow (0-i)e.. of the Isthm nrtwilht -lh wthi ore tos dneI nI ati ofhhwt ie wswndanreat nto peat It'sa he lth si." _..W

~ ~ former re ald .ntP ul surpre ptonhl p sI led off wth a 4 to 6 vInnon P 4 1 2 2 1 l i t te sA in double l th wo r ho F ss whe
11mlidefeat. i I

inigi 3 m-Ame i nermayob drh ve -. with a walk end raced to third Hooper, andf 4 2 0 0 roundipl hy. ieLtqkyd nerb playrM s Fwould b at, ti

LrlRnt mf a lf on "old man" Dockerys snle to tehart.b 4103 0 ., aore o 8 ti 1. A "ae "n Wl *
w ppe bt t . .f o. right. Smith ._irucored on, .ou- De-Ayock.rf 0 0 no C to ,

ust there'u be waner n n i eaux's drive to right with Smth rt 2 1 1 0 0 LtySr'eu ws wonththr btmliovgeon eesn t e box cr:I aoh
S t oaral per- lCr is LukerLy Strhodi at second ockry 2 1 8 1 ed the n .. ta,
4"ps at """nee dpe ing in the bottom of the flrst on srier bopU Alve bat orL pI0.Ihis- own pro1yen;. -n;*e *calms, t.

tdbe by thaesnlals h rd sr Baky Hall bunted dowLu the t of theef GIB thALte
mjsti ieBhower. ntatn-Hp-e o ll tnid bfre line and Hearne Totao ks 9 11 me oABO Jse eI ts'a utth totBemsadwlugirge
the R ee aa i.niln thMe ,oU N dothe thnt rdw ebDockery L r-i utthe me. I The 155 nrstobal Armed thtabete-nf

Ist'K ....... t o n, Re of Ohi o p resi deduo-r "-er Jones.. Bt m in o scaoore. Dedeaux Lo. LUC. STRIO.E o S e-ec ir .Bac nt eveopemef su gef. ._ t_
ouL reay .Tw .IS crhen re oe thMannyl s get pr the pawt innth and a hat e mno e -Upha uswill ay sr oombdur oAnn, ha .

amS 5 winne rwto O the er t o second core on a 15-yer-lnd hih s cr 2 ho stude flori.sThi a M.rvApp to la aw r waswon l
-a.cord n B ck1fal-1si gl m ay be t dour, one 0f Hooper's ,il by ,, the, C c S o N a Sable-o a e t eto w

W:l DetroitLuckyatrikeveganterehe a odrut f if Medne fi goin l up n-
SNtor- : It o hPowel came back in thecks a touneus n rf p i u b le t in aetSanFt at eye'fr i the o d
th-h1e. Mollec o the second to take a ne-un urel le. wth orNal announcement of
J 4M _twhiie Oa.lead, scoring three runs on s in- ght genhie, colectea mye make r rfem and s VP-4 AsIteamt pm avnd made, but manifattlypitm.sadtheblew r
uMS) p s R.tiadouble araa Jgles by Olbson and LouigHtooper atori t l e d s rt reli ar Sn r v F rt G let altra lley
n',- who -won an A.L. two- r Jones replaced rlonm with two infield errors a r Thebox-scThree for four lede:there p.m. . .C.noacationoftheiv.wiond p:it'sgreat. It's a se cnld
i ags faces .bI w~t aone ficehfly t left. -nn n
y. 1a sa -- -'m- a'wt n Bb thPowelks bustd the g eamne wde ORth trikerL Tatbatewie wilstrbingtpresent.n A healthy sign for whgom? For ies wh be aea_
-pmewinner -Bg oyd.crediteforithen ,bthlk e atop tof th e nedol s e aanS rd h Cge' s uple] t S u Cola 1 0 h .O jaer no ono Wa tZLT

tSariwen ag the ndu thadce thelea d eutr pled f 1e 1.by 2oe2 fit esgaMie l
aht_19-amemwinnerre.neeenin.-n their haltfof the pila andw i the o Y Labt oaneas w Gbrlto o n l n _l..I
two runs with Moras sngle-the i AAA Battalion wtth l players, who must be wonowo -r

.B jaiors ..tha w alnsk,,_i t a edtolo hidho '.IhHmajors4with049alasttOneooftheCAin i a dlbat r s le r.O-ar ,
righ"Powels promptly ted It up ukes h to even thetrophyt
Sagural ii again in the fourth when Dock- series.it snhif 1Bob Med0iner int OpInGon ofTtheoffil... i bo

i mr.-nl ne I~ka~n t thtSi"r -- o . ker y walked with one Awayiwentt.t e u LOwenSutherlandbps th' best conduct on theg-oo ort .h i-
_w-r lugitostcon d on scop', booted e deau yexr-vs.aL scK o ,student -l st "

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amp.' h-- ,.-- --ritl _sg .eA may.make.thel Deferioe at 7 p.m.k_20ndl-- U-and
Rol p 1003amre nhardnrunwith Muas- corig

S f'i Powells busted the tgame wiae ... .. .. . .....,e be ,w eft ,,,,ofl Tea m.W.. ..L a -.,s-,- -'.
._o cky St i14nIn th e to p of th e .si ,xth ib h o l- 0. .
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Wi .Get No Awards on Pto g

dda .Ige. .paw Shvt out tf abtrei MEaLI OURtNE, Australia, April

et the lympic-Committee, said flatly
Sn i re ason tthe today that Australia was making
o .ner ligeywght AA g ger n b uu- poor. progress In elttlng ready ,
Stha ea a mt withat 1teor hIs afor tho 1956 Tmme and hinted t.
lduh eo Wlt t still be o ved
dN o __pu F em f he. Pt Melbourne to another s %ite.
ro t s at am not satIsfied with the
ge, heoy.et 01 Onr Johnson Itwhla brd a A progress beln made," Brundage
r oro g e Owner eohnson is an Amer. said at a final press conference
U, te aard. huestud after apecting MelboBane's .. 6 1 '
Itrc. ou o v N onal year since Australia was given
E t he hie n a Leaguer as propriletor of ee o ames. (I
a a Cm rm ". Ar"Th e Games represent a baoldl
whim^^'aS-^i thnf JS "oi"0busiep enterprise is should iv age tire sa*ety.
the The terlockl and h be handled by Au stralia h' i give nw ire
AgthatIet business men. Other bei -

asia ciagarp atng todg tiose an I to wht o is r ees a te et r"es still are ready to spend c0,-o Hill
.e .ra y faann Mth wy s a e the i theiso,0o to hold the Ga e s, even

o-.atwes and. 1 pn t aoudr cihe goen mn b at this stage." bs. n do hhqut rea
repreetiad~ os taoqed his rM u hromnor T M the e, u rphar G. oveo, Thr hall bn e o- ma

-aluatc hd i er. o l g one horeve d w oremier John Cain ho b lve aslsnur onoedl o WI
r an ul --s. i hal tte lae l b naorunds te, h Games o will bela
fen I a femwea olum foenightl." N en an ti fan othr sity .

Tel oar ra teupn eamon toa0- doing-he can benh expt to h And ehorcdt is thae greast hia ,'-r U s'nie hope soruni," Durrundage.
oy'i. fog tr, sprawl over eobo lldmn effortto- oab ed ebrlat one a ero Spsd"ingE ver i nc th e Gamesed T e s ot tire tho
.t insead uderrted, a the idd.beweift butvwe wniUflf ixed owners di the the w leet B so d. er inc etns t tre tr
riccy the ivethbtow rohed thanatooBat.Leteuechurd s a t. h a.e been o w rided toill M I
aitoo, anoetunderrate, tire -the- mdwh 12lUP t samplesgue or a club bobbled In wteaate h Is done.
Tomhthiav fIsi wll rrg mer wight cOse in aIt n a-ock sdh as thee to Athletiy ea were at runie its Cannes Count Cl ub. bourne. there has been nothing

frmesr ehit hey .wS-. ceptBlee 169 pmoundso and with a under the many Macks? but bickering ae d squabbling. 2. t Ahigh-quality treadle
ertiq rhRo A tbre, etw aplenty anew m .Ire i-ins carefully a3pa

.e.2al cn'e nchn, hasa seolen-bear eed Ja in age and can forP iAi/ bD, a Te have beee peeacang es .in auhoi bur ilolo
trolh, eid tchha. 0 o-aaueea S
u a.nd a o..s .. be expected do op nibht on o( boest tdd settlen.e. f ts w ol ne 8CVT IaCb a action." 3. e dentct o f te rin

t madfr.sr. ihw las bor n u onuttussie oey ian the early going, o ethe one of their maj brL o Divisiona w Dr v who Iosheduled to ees wit b tofle8 and-
trm duthuste him ien the teo emas by irev O in ac sh kie iotheb an Prime Mnirstee gtr Robert Men-. .
1- s e n round. JC tona.e' 'eked e tomorrow, admitted he 4. Final ainio -ans
hen.t Sub thl t el Th e snte rloukn. god Mon. g now tire safety.

Tohe r omolme ndthoa now d Neither can punch enough to The report s that when the 3b6 hl a' seen the organlisng com -assu

m atrey e a~ disturb an air current and O erold Roinson ewas offered Team Standinpoc Lrt.s Gem. widae, Dadefod 5y S. SavLSe uP to more than I
or ex wf 'ad w u outbetween the P Foud the NatUonal e .ague dury Gd ing B8 U lN tr W.
n nahe l er bplws i winter there were 'oa e.o th ers DRl he arrived in Asto la.n t
r n an h e nts Mcxh i tu o, chay', w as B uth"t our.eg cold bet that.,tC lohl C Cerveza ..o. d 3Ia" d Nata Lee

Olever avJren frl undDreame om re d fo-m hind ar plae f0or Natide onal itdllu 5 1f 33 fy Writtel n farory.Sri Look YL Er

ianb ol e n embare W s o r r t old han d a nd trhe mn 4 t -no- rn oo credt formtnhe ofa 1a- Q. 'How mn rd Ish am
S aha.ut fnt powefL thumpig. Lelig CAone srmu o Nepturne Narer. .o, n o.00 Q N ets
a hIag pi pnsta dh ofrge the Cs f c p n amo tges tn pu nds thetos nge lter C

's fighters Inscluae p leo- eorer e Bbeoha efo on a R toul c be ttorta relanhe i Nao y n 2r l r01an ... is tl 1 A.0sesen"I o i ho1esBen pt n
S een o e theawn ght hgt ain p 1o sthIp nth Dors oie b sthey e Cisls eo agi ese Relays, May 20. s ei s
should o reserved for his sleep- usual lrun of injuries tat pia The Cerve y Balboa dougoers .I I ANAMA eeti me s

'SUwht m e sFll i s rutch whimchp in danefot ato erstaa Babr oJtplace aoa.1Va n.n
ae mt e midth e mweightany kin horls.in pn the utcm f tI "I
mlxim CheoaettYuwon't ikea watchingui lububsoeo the mn hiit Reit Edse theAsecoE3d al bt t Ther afvesed slab ofi1e1bee1a Vdd .M.x

wTOh loop l r alk o e oe Mng r Balboa figh toa Ii wr I done
former ^fe 7lo, catcerdp hwins Ati ers all t he Ln&yaste the 1i o ever anep u tu e ramiCanes!r-e w o outf eh IA ES a A l thn ^* h ***tr
L iren s tim es etm a dyed-i i-the-smoke box t delivered for him at Ebbets Fulid by virtue e of there two victories
.ORv eg e, a l sro g illnaemake or break himantelf as e u- Decco, 8.A. These two wins en- corners ruld inh so tt oeI d es aell

P be exr cd to *d h isbedt on hanathdgers Idnihas n to ea tahor to tsbrttlaltf i I l a % E
o Met Sugar flay Robinson h -erbas' winager th the final abled the Beerlen to take
lsotr xed and outfoxed vt le m t aotsettlement oef thei rhobard brought ha- st lead r Natnal -Inch edge must ce the pitch.
W 14"lutiansan te .tu ou se.Jh balthela writers, C istvnJead otho Bdl, EwhIobcldin with the firstiASrIo'BLS:AutoPariseand
bout whten Roinsonteod ba the tosprpody s pot.hn, crdr 'se. mouend d and thes. Itw i-nc. o agert
ae craty thihs MaXwim. toLge E. that soreass hid miraculously in Ma ae cee

.. .s The olmrioeh-MIrn-ll tate1S ftal d |ud rte rrit ory .rlam.'JoomokYphal
2slc aOlsoni Joattern will bt appeared from hikas arm prsc o defeated eptune Nav In fair
a :rN tre a n of c u thcally ov Terornisght. atin behind the supee no-
22s1 d et rasthe.n3emraelddi tu i. danI i ra Ool a nd .o paiond asfall. hie -n performance of -ed Q. 'how many rand al sta.
i o steam 'Is one thg roy Springer. Springer was. i n ni roneri did Rogers ornab hit?
Beut wIor n'sted t.ydo a fhon bulowrondthouaialds ments ead danger duringoh the antme, while Dildy Belts b
ist to yank the light er Al AUGU Am i Ga. April 1 (UP to splits In the ranks. his terr 6rinn s on r bhitsoff th Ra-ruWRb5
h. 9e0,YOan Jack gotup from ah othe the D-dt1 .3 i e g5 t it into slants of Q"Howedmam aTes-
'C n auge' emotneyMaxim'se stuhayweadBra tyoucoamenldehnchwt-_o.aede' ears?,a-JnayalJohns ..a. .Pa l .,ltoal. 1 87 4
-rl1n"thevro dnd undtretr the re D ream etoro a.maft.iThea hive beenr six fil .. ....N
sam utilin In. lolwf l the eight crown holdsgr. st z tAaying-bt1o0iNtioa htwillb1.d3ri
o eaw etakeoreher old .-va.re, t -"d triumph c overI the first-halt win-b s g CK,
] i with a looping rih one of his t h e u ndaboe Cerves a Balboa soragsed ip n
0 caearol ybptitot e Bbu LOw-,. (NudAonipEddeThedouubeaneaa SA-iYSng every winning e of t orhh gNAame wi
S .. eenXing. c aer d Giatrs a r e oIf frlt th e treirstlare i nd frtheaml d hae biftthog- -*lb fC ,A ..
Yowevert b i e aswtch e s tay n one peo e all y te ws R a- st s tey treated' runs N wic e b e.i "u
"g Me o, A&prilstrongv, hur tn WilamswDth ave _lla s .n. aar lAI thergame. Decondt-wasn'anle - .
Lbe) .anor-ay -fam -geoftIts and rights ine .cor ners se Mtch _re-aaan esto get backrh to tfirst-bae win-
th ro~Dodrr jaoik ee an i stra t he m.ortan e nin form as these fell prey tos
onterrev. today to strengthen even the scorecard. Jack knock-to the- the steady slants f t. Lopez S R
he thultu for next week' e t o staer Cuasteman.
S slasanmanag The toe fome r cham bothrday. atietmt war a re- l. Joseph led the tee i Ien 14-
Pithe bo a T asom. P uee Mmey a tt n ormebcks, satdoudn hierforarsobrtsuto hit attack as they collected 2AD
eely anid Daavid Jorwidanes, Cu-sow, but Wiafamsh. appearedB ao, dbd could fAd n 2Atreines Josep also he oun
bsti-rthe hiskneesta mclas whed e the oulyi & L of the ga
man outfielder Oscar ar a periorl,' particular during th apte ..ane rot hiera f racing df te n.Neopez took credit for the uifr.g.I.
id- second baseman Gerald D-, ew -fightig dergo a second opration. last fal while 3. Paisno was tagged with .,yoo
werwoe .exeted to be the dck, who spotted tahe 155, Ha fdhwi the e ian tn formthe l dNoss..-of
ther foreg stare who wil piy opened a cut on the other ox- e a ele for
or M Inttery include Venemihe- er's eye bIn the fifth and made i vi d a i 9 gmes fd u hins- wheda led s athe ial uilfue-
an oteer Gullerso Vento the worind his target for the resta The rer on Catleman thisylers going aunst Neptune Nay-
gnu Jackfrgo -upfromw. thCAPPINGITOFF I tom a se edMst er to an ordisnarth fg' will be deadlocked with A
.a Lueta theor LvorI.. S a ur dd teir, whh .a. understandable. CerveQaBlboa for first pl.ce-,,av
13.USD .IP w mThe Stank'; add th final. toc F ieThe double s ry war terrifyiNg pending the outcome of two ret-
e1sA;lDuhetrw sighaw mt za BalboaandNatbeioeN al 41 .4d i ter
William %ee ftinsth.o-such a etrospet. nalnng tied games- 0oth1CeTve- 35ateSa u

p Bgeds, the ecortheeenewitentoneNwalkeo Manager her Balboa n Na le
tfed by foreie plays, wathLOuroe lCti-ou#'o come. risk. tieo The outcome of these re-
sotayn50-iea lthe h mainng three games will deter-
SrDavey Williams is going to Play mine othet second-half BW3inners
secondd t aco tor the Giarts as song an4 the right to face Decco. B.A. of.these.three f, curs!".
SJoni t adr s his back s solds out and the in the championship playoffs.
ing streak. -o' The closely contested individ.
f nx w l o bwn be Foster Castleman, w. hich d the results of then games. The
.-_.at=,Of th cerpesnwhyninhrnagd an'tmisstry o rmer leader N. Grotman of d
d.mum nto te y' head tht. R.. Decco, was found t nelieIbe for..14-.W
eSoupi Flexible ,,is ontDaysound legs. -.. c s ..-

N-eO O d FsuexrptilaydTES aible to reach the required s5 of- eos.u ,:wiso jatnh owing of
Iaqd ,Flexed .pun fieiaw thtps to the plate. "tt"y-!wint.e l.sFore.
nMshYlU)limOen Nnss The batting leaders follow: oedvUnrs" bate

A sFI ulsore rifle tournament Roberts (NN) 'f41 17 "..adtn
atBO 5 ards will be t stic l- n. Roman (ND ) ""wl 16a s--
ptithsnsrdbthemboa Helihese 34 13 s 3 ICn 4-deode. 1.
Sunday, April 17 As un rd H. L inus (ND) "'" B 30 o1 Gto3 "Il
course of fin *the'cnnltt. of 40 C. Gill (c ------1 I u
Vhshots atn 0 a Oyr ,su d saineth .Bo ndNa tional. 35 13 m1i 41 ",
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resident Eisenhower express-
the conviction yesterday that
revised treaty recently con-
ded between Panama and the'
ted States would usher in an
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MThe Fresideat's opinion was
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udr adoPsie Big Words, Little Deeds -Ad lai
The formal remarks of the am-.
lsador and of the Presl d e n t
e released by the State De-
rtment, as customary. several CHICAGO April 12 (UP)-Adlai islands of Quemoy and Matsu. by agrE ami.t to unpredlctabl ll 'he Demucrat condemned the
s after the credentlalling cer- E Stevenson today warned a Instead, he said, the United perhaps a diess conflct..." administration for "unleas h I a g"
noby against deifering Quenoy a n d Liates should make its stand on 3. AskeIUI United Naos GaB. d iUang Kal-chek on Pormopa two
"In this ying period," t h e Matsu island and urged the Uni- Formosa, "which -all Americans fral Asemblv to condemn .any ef- years and then "releashfl g" him
president said in replying to Va ted States to rally al availa ble have been agreed upon", and fort. to alter the present status m the current crisis, . ...
rino, "it iq heartening to re- allies into in open declaration of where this country has "right" of Fokanuea by force, and "to .e6 -8He attacked a Far Eastern po '
II, as you have, the cordial and resistance to any Chinese Corn- to be. a formula for the permanent Het f. By .which he said was.,"go-it- CARIBBEAN AIMLS STATI officers for 1095 Une. i*t thder 1o1t Sulhto i0
v emplary relations which exists munist attack on Formosa. Stevenson then issued a three f re of Formosa, consistent with alone-ilm" and which presented left, they are Diane Staples, attorney general;r Vhras aeeeray q
ween our two nations, based At the sarre time he strongly point blueprinL for solving the Far the wihe of its people, with in the world "a face of obdurate mil van, It. governor; and Mary Curtis, governor. Pat QuinnB,S -.
a, mutual respect and justice. condemned the administration foa- Eastern dilemmaa" and attempt- tornat.onal law and with world so itary power.' of office.
6"Our countries recently h a ve pursui.g a "unilateraP' and ing to avoid *a third world war" curty."--
e0ven fresh proof of the satisfac- I "deadend" policy in the Far East. there: Stev.eson asid his plan should-
ry state of their relationships in| Stevenson charged the policy 1. The government should "con- rulegout the need to 'rely uI '
.le ne% agreements signed in was based m ,re "on consider a- suit our friends, yes, and the un- a muftarBy precarious position n- a
Plnuary of this year. tions o'f domestic political exped- commi!ed states too, ar-d ask these ltleq offshore islands to re-us fr .1 d II
'" "I share your belief, Mr. Am- iency than foreign realities." them all to inp with us in an open sist the aggressive ambitions of - w EP Ud fYlt ^.
lassadur. that with these agree- The Democrat laid the whole declaration condemning the use the Chinese Communists toward
-lients, an e.:a of even closer co- blame for the Formosan situation of force in the Formosa Strait, Formosa." II
operation between our countries on a policy of "big words and and agreeing to stand with us min...
will ensue to our mutual advan- tittle deeds.' the defense of Formosa against With such an international dDo "IM l . ar.
laie." The 1952 Democratic president any aggression, pending some fn- lar.tion denouncingthe ou of 4,
I "My government welco me ftial candidate spoke last night to al settlement of its status-by in- L with such collective sup.
'your assurance of the continued the nation over CBS and NBC net- dependence, neutralizption. trus- port for the defense of Formosa, WASHINGTON, April 12 -(UP) They said none ?f the segrega quire, segregat in n large cl.
support of Panama in carrying works to give his views on the teeship. plebiscite, or whatever is with the ad4irion thereby of mor- -Atty. Gen. Joseph D. Craven of tion states has come up wit any ties. -
-sut the heavy responsiblW tie Formosan crisis. It was his first wisest." al solidarity to military strength Delware ured the Sup eme positive plan for racli y unified Fatier said the May decide. bJ o
,which have been placed upon It ma or address in four months. 2. Invite Soviet Russia to de-. In ormosa, I should think e-Court yestemayt.o order gradual rehools. lad met wi-l uns- a
ill continue to count upon e said he could see no purpose clare its position in the Formosan and Masu would hav e action of Negro and white "There is nothing to indicate in Kansas, by studAn- sv adar -
ta0mt support, as it has in the -and the'oalssibility of great harlA rituation-"Whether it prefers the furer importance to the Nation-studeqs in public schools with no that an extended delay in order- onts alike "- ad..
paat" -in defending the small offshore poselbility of ultimate settlement alsts, let alone us, he said. final target date. ing the elimination. of all segrega "We consider pur tad permit. Louis L.
_______ StFevensons a e angA ea oreNer groups tion lvePublcAtt-ivelawtotho force o the Neg
ue~moy id.Matau was .not alone are usatng on an enpfo egSOe, tudes," eI ee parents iaid. affect, mv-,,ated" bY te h ig gh, c.se, ai
the e fbity. ,of touching oif 'gk In by the start ofst ac eel Craven, on the other hand, said ijourt',s rulig, he'.sai. neceua;y ,o
OldPOr wariPC: bat in shocking I"Sm next lia. hie does not believe that c o u r t I1n Topeka tere the ti t cAse me "qality
aud' alleiating traditional allies possessesa th, "wisdom" to set a "opnte .Fatzer t .said, 'e t- "qal th a
5 defending islands to which the Atty. Gen. Harold R. Fatzer of specific date for the end of egiea w it i, ... wi, egX o t ih that
ON has "n color or claim." Kansas told the Justices his state nation de .e of -a white .ldea wll st a r t
In addition he said, the islands ivll have a unified school system .school ther Septmbe.
4ave questionable military sip- by that. timp in accordance with He said even he, a life-long na- Negro- children, he expli n 4.
licafice. .the high count's historic ruling of tive of Dela rare, could not make rvously were takin buses
Steienson attacked a policy last May that racial segregation such a determination for the ror. e all tn reao"l th city to.
which wouldgive to President El- in public schools is unconstitution- der state. to .
esnhower alone the decision of at. Craven Inted'out that people nal td striac by rds.
fether to iAed d islands Theiecourt chamber Are "divided and troubled' over U ditlt
said 1 P resident t was hms e I a ith specta.t at as the situftlon in Delaware* scene Under rema g i er .
military experience but a k d attorneys began the moinentous of an- anti-integration '"school re may to the ehool their
whether anyone could "make a Arguments on how and when the strike" last year. new dislRict or the onsa they t-
rAtional, calculated decision- un- tatoes must carry out the court's r Robet L. Caeder,,*egro ear
der fire." decision. e urged the lopreme Courts t Robere e lCa er. egro w t r
Stevenson said the President ha a last ute brief, .aw-Ito alow local f court s to f ow York, repre nti the
nas the added difficult of. op Ve l for, eewpare 'fear A' .'aeord. NAACP arp aied that u0 0.b
uenettal assoeates"- including-4 eomS auote. Ix and t Ih r es.
,publican S enate Leader William If a Iable iria, ..q er pr n I 5
F. Knownd.of Cal9fon,, t.e of .,., ,, w, i, t ,.poot R a
-..fCalifornia. tsof id alties to the teat case-wi present
their vews late today or tomor-
$35,000 Bid For PC Painting Jobs a nu e i 'Cy.h N itd c.r.tsWinCe
Sproew e "towards I.nteAra8tON.otPr .12-
WC(MI Miidispatch." Hft said his state needs cut a rabbit's bot at Lhe start -of 6 D. .
sy and the Tropical Paint Coom- buildings and the wholasale no follow-up orders by the high the last half of the sixthon r .ables of C
%p:ar were the apparent low bid- platform in Balboa, the interior court. vesterdas wi th iWshgtonbia ,
ra on eleven schedules for in- of the laundry building In An- The local school boards, he said, t Balthimore. 3-. lowng ars
ttrior and exterior painting of a con, the exterior woodwork of "should be permitted to carry out The President waved the ood nation
large number of Panama Canal the general manager's office at their plans for an orderly process luc charm, ilhnplorinly at he nold .T
quarters and public buildins 10o- Mount Hope and various exte- of inter' ation." Washington club whi promptly son; Mr. a
;ated In Santa Crqz, Diablo rilor and interior paint work in The Kinsas education Ia w scored three runs and moved a.ralos, of Col
Utights, Ancon, Oatu Mount other Commissary Division build- challenged by the Negro par. head 53. Washington won the Mrsa. rat i
Hope, Oamboa. and Bilboa. Ings at Mount Hope. ents persmatd, but .did not re game 12 S. City, dau t
W~swor nnnnAvoitara d %

DAWN.TODAY, Caribbean Air Compnand's rescue coordination center dir-ttaed 26th air
aCe squadron Albatross amphibianpiloted by Capt. Carlos t.. Pox with aij r n Calt.
.arls H arnes, aboard, to evacuate.& e tically injured Panamanian, jos AODtulo CasUs,
Stom Aguadule, in answer to a request for Avacuation by Panamanian ogflqals through the'
-United States embassy. The critical injured patient, who la reported suffng from spinal
.Slurie res ulting from diving into a alloww tream. is shown being removed from the rescue
craftat atAlbrook shortly after Its return this morning. The patient was im edilately taken
to Santo Tom a Hospital in Panama for treatment. (Offltl USA photo)


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DIUB were upelweu Cyeasluay ob
Col. Hugh M. Arnold, Bnwineer-
Ing and Construction director,
in the board room of the Ad-
ministration Building.
The low offers wre made by
three of the si~ companies who
entered bids 6o thpwork which
si another of thei large main
tenance paint jobs to be offered
for contract during the present
dry season bY the Panama Ca-
na! Company. Other companies
entering bids wuoe A. Leggiere,
C. A. High and Chain Singh.
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$i 940 on five of the eleven
sejedules. The OOffey company,
with a total bid of *6U, was
l1w on three of the schedules.
The work to be done includes
te complete Intelrior painting
id the hallways of twelve, 12-
Amilly apartment buUding in
Santa Cruz: the complete lnte-
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common living rooms and hall-
wa of five.bacbior apartment
in W p l adfo ruz; the.
Mways of 39 lid in Dia-.
.Heights.; inter paint-
of one bdildtlU In Ancon
several local rate quarters
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Hfrigeratlon 9 t ato
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