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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]
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normalized irregular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
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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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NIew Zone Union
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S lmi Moat arner, who's Just 19 years old. today was a very
a-rpriaedg w a Mn, bakery manager for the serves center present-
S3-hint -a-beabttful brthday ae, gift, across 3,000 miles, of hise Mot r, back home in
'New L ndon. Ohio. __ .___. ____

A .r e K's Sharing A-Secrets
Asador 01 Gts
ithdy Cake Wth US's NA TO Allies
*. Ila In- 1oI@ O AUGUSTA, Ga.,-April 13 (UP) use of atomic weapons than
President Elsenhower today have heretofore been achieved."
e the ire ade approved -a proposal for sharing Defense secretary Charles E.
The bF o .re goa ASerican stmic secrets but Wilson alse .wre Pre-
at Ut. Anmorh i tonight ianks not ;Otital weapons or produc- dent that dered the
tl of a tin knewho 1 wit the 13 pna "a manJo stepsarward in
ihB _, .a** w.- coutstris f to e N rth Atlantic the i aeMNet of U ni ted
mother a. .-garner, of New TNrea ty'Or tato. StMte security plar and the
S' A. t inkin a-j e S la1 mut b ratified by cop.. deMfse of the free
I n O thew ch eslo NiTOinations be- W rl4
bout her i ,.this o, fore going ln to.effe. plan wap drafted by the
i today bats "e could e S pbvid baalealy Dfefmis ad State Departments,
b. the tIIC. cake, UnitedStates to .ake then revlwed by the Atomic
n -ot bake. s. hr wu e to NeTO,tomI .- Eae1rg Comn n.
withW hIN%. -Ihin e~ l o n f-l.r al by the NA-
The r_ Mt op d. th.n. wUpMr. smenhw-
I mu. uii,&A urlU t aw .Un U 4lWAUA I MfInD n


na W ~fSor to a|nwunceait witmm ap-
i. in re Area tv-U to the


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tr Y r u anrwme ,
pow o0 ke and Kollman per-
aSoi y wished the youngster a
"happ, y rthday" on behalf 01
hi other, who wanted -him to
ha& -a cake large elopgh to
"trat all the boys."
And so tonight, her wiih will
come rn., when the 21-eandle
birt cake--byproxy will be
devaired by the gnM.
sld. BRoger: h
"osh, I omer e actedit.She
dl'%B even ment a word


H wPro-stAil.med


i S 13 PW Thee
allies are prepar-
irp protest to the
1t Berlin'. "lhtle
hway tax, inform-
sources said to-
te, three western
u .. get in the
AW of Bonn to
t .e -o tesat to
1ei headed Mr


d. on Berlin since
Ilcade. .
Lh pe not yet an-
eo westerm now


A new union for Canal Zone
technical engineers was organ-
ized Monday by a group of Ar-
my, Navy and Canal Zone em-
ployee who met at the Diablo
Heights service center.
Application for a charter is
being made to 'the American
Federation of technical En-
gineers of the AFL


portant lelation Is
from Wangton.


By ggan
Bad--iflt


received


Elected president of the union -
was C. R. margeson, while C. W. wilii 1ek American .e i-
Hummer was named secretary. neer 4 e Arctic W who
This is the first. step towards was wounded In the le when
protecting and promoting the as te
professional status. of the tech- the ship -a- fired upon off the
nical engineers, who have never ECUboatvOral cks ago, was v-ro
been repJSented IL union r cuateA by air back to Seattle,
A spokesman for the new or- cuW b air back, to Se e
ganization said today: I .yesterday, r
"By ,aligning ourselves with a Lhe uln hospitalized
nationall _-isatlon which has Thb 42-yea.-old patient was In
the same problems and talksospitl for two Weeks
our language, this group is'or treat"_bt o.f his -at
bound to come one of the le boe, was considered in
most autve In local union at- good condi when be left.
fairs." The national organisa- Me flW it was report td
tlon has over 100,000 members. that th' U.8a Ambassado1 to
Word has been received from Ecuador, Sheldon K. Mill sV
president Russell N. Stephens, in Washington yesterday, c*nftr-
who spent a week on the Isth- ring with State De prtmeant of-
mus last month gathering in- ficials oVr the Ase of the
formation to be used in testify- Arctic Maid and another Ameri-
ing before committees of Con- can fishing boat, Santa Ana, on
greas, that the G.E.C. has form- March 27.
ed a special committee to handle Mills' reported the crest .of
Panama Canal Zone problems. both ship& were free to "come
Applications for membership and go, ut the vowels thexp.
and Information can be obtained selves o still Iptemed, In
by calling Margeson, Hummer or Zcuadoc .
Raymond H e. The Ar d w*s sftzed a-
S bout 20.jUs off an KcuadoRm
Another meeting this month Island. 1a or as Vw i sCbUe
will be called when the charter and Perunldat a 0.. mIR teri--
and other information on ilm trial lI L

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CZ Offlcts

Trying To Get

Salk Vaccine
Health officials of tWe Canal
Zone are already .studying
ways and means of securing
the new Salk pollo vaccine
which yesterday was declared
to be 90 per cent "potent and
effective" In a repeat released
In the United States.
Officials here, said today that
they hoped to make the vac-
eine available here soon, but
since its effectiveness has Just
been announced, It would take
time to work out plans for get-
ting here,
They added however they
would act to get the Salk vac-
cine here "as soon as possible "
Meanwhile in Washington, the
government today slapped con-
trols on export of the new Palk
polio vaccine.
The Department of Commerce
said the controls will remain in
effect until production is ade-
quate to meet anticipated do-
metlc, and foreign demand.
The department's action fol-
lowed government approval of
the new vaccine. Mrs. Oveta. ulp
Hobby signed licenses yesterday
which rave the go-ahead to re-
leble of the vaccine to the gen-
eral public.
The Commerce Department
said that effective immediately
the Salk vaccine has been added
to the. Bureau of Foreign Com-
merce's lipt of commodities
which .eq e valid, dated li-
censes or t to any coun-
try
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LONDON, April 13 (UP) The Foreign Offic.
firmed today haf the British charge d'affaires in PM
had been warned by the Communist Chinese of "p
trouble" for the Air India Constellation Ktashmir m
before it crashed- at sea. .
At the noon press conference today the For61
fice issued statement, saying Britain's charge d',
in Peiping, Humphrey Trevelyan, informed the Hon
government of. fh hinese warning." P
British authorities in Hong Kong took "compg
sive additional precautions" while the Kashmir Prtd
was in H.ong Kong before taking off on its ill-fated'..
to Jakerta, the Fqgign Office statement said.
The ftoulg' offle Today offtt-,graft fell Into the sea W
lally -esAtbed the cash as an normal message from
'uhfoea accidea* ato must have hpe
The eansm ome shortly deny soon after.
*eaft" la lie h lties de- I fu enlulan gAa
ated ar' E the In W
Pelpl Tover.i chareB *MORS
hat VaMla p erha the not aht ao to
krtehinees botp
utt erly ,reSSgKua.'L
ThieTorelgn p"f#* M fullI WSW!
SMer wee f byS !ong. Nehr. a Ntho it,
mte 4 abab- t ar ,
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dled il e I o PJriw W r ony Eden car py wa. cs g the Pel-
cha elassified military Ino toInuca b7 7abinet in- t .ePPot
lforsmin. l ml tar-S z. One apprenticeship in each Applications for adl tMsieon toto hti Oty atm i gt hr iese co-mmunisnI
The plan Is in the form of a Typical dry season weather of four crafts will be offered the examinations must be made rather than "a audience for a representative from the Red
draft agreement which tras ap- coPn by unusual17 this year by the Panama canal by Thursday. April 2& on a ChurchWllian oratory," informed state of Vwetah Iia Indochl.-
proved March 2 by the NATO strong trade winds prevailed Company effective July 5 it special form obtainable from sources said today. aus, two Ruropean journalists
council, but not made public un- during the month of March, ac- was announced today al BaIboa the Personnel Bureau Room 102 There was Implied criticism of and seven Indian orew mem-
til the White House acted to- cording to the monthly report of Heights. The openings will be Administration Buildling, Bal- the way former Prime Minister bers were aboard the plane.
day The news was released the Meterologicl and Hydro- for apprentice rigger, machi- boa Heights, or the Central La- Winstpn Churchill ran thingrI Only three persons. all Indian
simiUltaneuisly in the other 13 graphicc Branch. plat, pipefitter, and sabeetmetal bor Office in CristobaL An ap- but Eden was careful not to crewmen, were belLve4:saived.
NATO ointries.. The trade winds blew steadily worker. location must be acoompanl' spell out any differences they A Pelping protest said. the
ThF areemiut provides all month and were unusually Al four will be full four-ear by a Standard Form 57, Appli- man have had. 1Communist Chinele had warned
y toat under Its strong on the Atlantic Coast pprenticeships and all wi be cation for Federal Employment, e sources said Eden was Trevelyan of possible sabotage
term.. there w be no transfer where Cristobal recorded a mean m the Industrial 1 Division at also obtainable at Ae. trying to weld a cohesive team when the plane reached Hong
of atoalm wqapens or speelal wind speed of 18.5 miles per Mount j'ope. lies, together with _ean l- that would win the forthcom-Kong. The Communisatt charges
nucar mat hour, the highest on record there Heven 'other apprenticeships date's high school ranscri ing general elections through were broadcast first by the Pel-
SConre n M authorized nMarch sinpe 1927. scheduled to bepme avalalble and his college transcript C new emphasis on Britain'a ping radio Moscow rebroadcast
It he Pea3dnt to cSopete w -thl ,Th dry weather d u r I n g at the same time will be taken has attended c it e. ~ t.' presItng domestic problems. hem today.
other P idonat b exchanprate lthMarch was broken only by occa- by former apprentices return- not U.S. cMtlse y p i.. Whitehall sources said It had
atomic infoon b.ut prov tonal, light showers until the Ig from military service. Ths 18also suit evidence of become increasingly difficult to A foreign office spokesman
ed that formsuch ooration, u last day of the month when total of 15 new apprenticeships zenship. either U.S r Pmna- get Churchill to take an inter- confirm that Communist Ci-
exclude any 'tde l of how most stations recorded a'steady represents a decline of sbi from manian. est in coordinating various gov- na gave Britain an advance
atomic weapons -, re fabricatedrn which lasted for several last year's 21. Complete application papers ernment departments, which la warning "in general terms" of
r designed. c hours. The rain, accompanied byv Selections for the. four com- t in the hand of the ne of the premier's main Job iposslbe troublee" in store for
r. oe r sent letter drop in temperatures was thepetitlve apprenticeships will be must be in the han of t h e implied criticism oChurheKashmr ncess
drdesi esent atletter direct result of the cold front made on the basis of standings Training officer, Persinel
today toe. C tonP. Ander- oh old ade on e ba o st reau Balboa Heights, by 4:15 chill was reflected In -the in- He said this Information was
n .) chairman of ept over the southern n a competitive examination m Ari 28. Individual se.fluential newspaper Manchester passed promptly to Hong Kong
the lot s .shteaomf r paf e Unitedr States the past school and work records eted for admission to t2he exa- Guardian and the magazine The authorities and they took Im-
e le elainln a onthl rainfall an, and personal Intervewsmnation wl be notified Economist. Both indicated that mediate precautions.

M e's The mean on thlyrrainfall ofhe i ieat i be notifiedIt n
te plan.'oples of the letter al-, 1 Sstations in and near thel The examination will be held time to attend. l-side from Eden', bold diplo. .The fact the plane later. crash-
so. went" o W Ktt"e'' Zewarprted at one My7eainBatbonsop. icn nmatic strokes little had beel ed was only an "unfortunate ac-
membe. Inch or .08 inch a above a average. w ho meet the qualificationsI I done by the government. 'cdent," the foreign office said,
The President called the plan The his monthly total was crdermt badmitt ed to the Ma lik Fal IIs i l SGovernment sources said Innd "we very much regret the
a grean stride forward In them .2 n i nches at Portobelo and the tests, candidates must be malet the l, t few years Churchil has ss of lif ae...
strengthening Of our eOmmon lowest, 23 Inch at Gamboa- U.S. or Panamanian citizens of IO UN iD mum gna t tended to concentrate on for- Communist China charged
deerne seismic disturbances good crater wo are a eign affairs to the detriment of the erash was organized by
"It 1 firm conviction," heT were recorded on the Balboa lest 17 1-2 years old but who T ks Ca lled Off hme affairs. Americn and Chinese Nation-
wrote Anderson, thatthe pro- Heights smographs during have hot yet rea-hed thelr23rde Eden ista foreign police man list agents attempting to
posei agr__en wi enable the Marsh. On the evening of March birthdays as of July 5y 1955; LONDON. April 13 (UP) too, it was pointed out, ut bt murder" Chinese representa-
North Ati oate Tra Organiza- SQ, a shock originating about 60 who are. high school graduates; Meetings of the five-nation dis- has an "orderly mind" and also ties to the Bandung eonfer-
ln, -oalstpt with.the securl- miles from Balboa. was felt by Pnd who have a rea nst, writ- armament conference have been held the posts of Lord Privy Seal, ence on Viited States orders.
tY and defense of the United a few persons. The other three Ing and speaking knowledge of postponed due to a sudden, ill- Secretary of State for the Do- Indla ordered an immediate
Wes, to evolve more effective were too weak to be noticed in ingjtMh Certain limited excep- ness of Soviet Chief Delegate Ja- minions and Secretary .of State investigation into the crash as
de g se pianq concerning the the Canal Zone. tions as to a ge requirements cob Malik, the United Nations For War which "gives him an Moscow radio picked up and
May be made for veterans. announced today. in sight into other problems." broadcast to Soviet listeners Red
y China's charges that the plane
OC a ter roup Aim s.had been sabotaged on orders
"This disaster has some very
unusuAl features," Nehru said
To Foment Cultural-ExchangennA in thd information service dis-
"Ten minutes. before the air-


I, range plans eor the for- to dlicum the organization of
S-of a local theater group the Pan-American Playhouse-.
-At fomnesting the Inter- They will hold their first of
5. of theatrical arts and these meetings tomorrow night
I between Pan-American when they get together with
wep..J -evealed here to-; board of governors of the Theat.
i. er Guald at the Aston Worship.
W group, to be known "The group hopes -to develop
aam-A rican Playhouse, a greater general appreciation
OrgaKn od by re BDer- f tor e theatrical arts and the
Canal emplo diffa cultures ffrom whic
a reced ,the Jaw- the i pe .by presoentn workml
C l..- ftyhpue; Victor of ctgtaundfg playwri g h t ,
i -t.or+f mnudc at Bal- and choreographer
h e aWd Don Mtus- orAmm and the Americas"
uothor amber of the Berest said.
to Bett who has,, eret d hi leagues lso
af .vie f foW e bm an"'
"herm'tpeastot^ -tos
(l~iUM~~v~te~btf^ms^


h Asks congress

for $9,23O


A IR t pril 13 (UP)
-P ldMent mdeafwr asked
Cqanges yesterday for a sui-
at appropriation cf 1i,-
Stos speed completion of
e nter-Amertan Highway.
S l-d congress recently, It
m to he vice president and
arof the House, that
lM Mlike to.see the hlih-
ted from Mexico to
years


Chlang On


During 'LU. Wa

TAIPEH, FormosaI. .
(UP)-Cneralsuimo ChlaagK
shek t=dy visited I n v rali
threated quemoy Ild fu 4
first time sioe the qttle..
erupted In the Formos S t l
last September.
and oae.hl hoarse on til
which unly Monday was bo,
ed by Red afillery on t0e8 i
land. He ispected the 4
tionalist troops dug in onIts
hflclidh, .

Chiang made the trp h e
panted by Madame m -
his persMal Chief of Staff
Bun LI Ren, aboard his pIan.i
Chinese Nationalist new.t
patches did not disclose
there as ar. exchange ofr
ry f6 between Red and M
alit gunners during Ch4-
visit. ." .,.t
Unlow lfrm l reports da
raking American millta.i
cala were visiting l
Chiang's other of.shors W
outpost. .--,-.
Chianws visit to Quemo t
;owed two days of unuuljj^
vy arUtilte y changes ad'
ty by Communelt junks i lan .
rea of the Island. .
The ,NatIloiust de fon
claimed to have turned
s.ra all-sceale Red landIng
by a bout 10 armed Co
,unks which appa retlyI
headed toward taia TateVg-
in thae Qmmy group.
military fuas nda s oe
were g d lluaday.

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ItE MAIL BOX
S- v
!'. t Mail Box is an open lioim for readers of Thn Pnaamd Americaa,
sr meceivd gratefully lad or. handled in S wholly confidential
eoltfibutb e a liter don't he IullfietIf itf doesn't eppeef Il
AMI a bre plsthed Mi the order ree.hed.
iry to kMep h aWmN limited Io _iS pat" 1lln.
#lwW i fMt wdrihe It hAld hI .r.tes "Aidenu .....
il sssIHsetp s mIoe ra s cipHuelbtiy fi ttsfie flet e OplulIom
fetd Ia leffen from readers.
PRODUCTION LINE
?RODUCTION LINE


It: Getting back on the subject of moving Albrook FIeld alV
. activities to some other point in order to protect Canal Zow
I oa, as a bachelor, taxpayer, and businessman, I say it IS dOl
Wcrth the cost. The Defense Department says no, and the Army,
Sjlavy, and Air force, don't make mistakes. From observations of
the Canal Zone kids In the clubhouses of the zone, and in Pfl-
m Iit, what's the use., cheaper to make new ones.
"" o ltad of fldying that new Cadillea for yourself, that now
. iulck fOt your wire, so both of you can drive to work in the style
)werlyv befitting your rank. and that new hot-rod for your
i aiafO-wit kid, if you Value your kids so highly whly not send thnM,
rf' tbhe 7th grade and Up, to the States to school,
S No wondfler we have to Iay incmr taxes down here wh._h
Sthe Couigtessrnen took one look at the1 CdillitelS and BUlco In
everyone's garage, I don't blame them fo'r laying on the taxes.
-Let's cut out all this fooliShness about wasting money on
maIMMtale projects and set back toacu-ing out the Gommls-
t. :ini. You people get oaf on foollfh subjects till the Commis-
mantageroi t the idea that their is nothing wrong with their


TO O-Aff letatle, every store in the States has television sete for
aelt but no. not our comnrr issaries. they are still seven years be-
euMd the times. Let> all get after theffl.



MASTER WEEK IN SANTA CLARA


1- !or the past two years, my family Ind I have spent Easter
eek in Santa Clara. Never in my four years on the Canal Zone
Sevr witnessed such a group of unruly and wild American teen-
Us 1 tad Ihe bad fortune of encountering this trip in Santa

-The entire bunch (exception of a few victims of circum-
Via 1) spent oery moment of their time drinking, racing tiup
go wn the bea"Mht i automobiles and motorcyeles, screeching
and using the foulest language Imaginable,
Was iWso necking and petting in public places aid night
a g. I W euVttiV afrlid to take my little girl to the
th f r fear of the scenes we might see, while innocently try-
A m agan, .
Stht the Iou eponsilble for the most embar-
Sth.e M&. i the Casino are the so called
a wSi 4bl S witl rf&ira in Us lbo High iSchool. I
|gir t i A st r ulstp what goes on in sSanta Clara.
tptrent before It's too late!
dMO 'l t lelde 6 w t conducting themselves in such
o. r ble j lowera in such a group to act
Ad refers to will tke bidhS and
M i i';l I3 In t ladylike ad gentlemanly like


- An Irate Mother


NATIONAL GOARD COURTESY


M7 d anyone
S*dulnet-Ad $1'. Ti


notice how peaceful, pleasant and safe It was
iterior over Easter? We counted no fewer than
Netbody was travelling too fast, everyone was
oly to thak the three men of the Panama Na-
g were drlfln ear 22. we unfortunately had
SsIde of ianta Clara. Immediately they saw
opped tand changed our wheel for us.
ad very dusty and though they were m uniform
lelpini us without any fuss.
Slnothing, ibut it is a valuable stepping stone to


f I ational Guard. We appreciate your cooperation,


P


Mr Adams,
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Set the Tobl


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Od ICancel
- tureen 3 Not warlike
- slhker 4Chanre
vidual I Heraldic band
l810 Coencord
ih 7 lOirl's
IOl ulp nickname
l maIeM I Philippine 27 Requests 41 Serving spoon
lghtMai island 28 Soon 42 Pak
Sliral itS Impudent 43 Display
MJi 10 Mark Il What you do 44-- nd
bnact being 11 mall childrln when you hearty
17 Required leave the table 4S Actual
|esh It Poker stakes 33 What fruit 47 Plastic
8, Clampa and vegetables Ingredient
24 Plif Of food should do 41 Matthew's
SlPersiaan p4la138Journeyed nickname
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Labor News
And

Comment

By VICTOR DIESEL
I'm still fascir.ated by the brick-
layeis union rfue projoftmtng even
pr v a t e critical conversations
daomt its leuoteri Witflout permit
Sion OX its a.!ier3.
blls am mnt a bricklayer I'll
avail myself o my honorary mem-
berships in the ding Sing Ml'son
1.u>..-0 -.,1l. i.., Li., fld i lfL
Iereen Lxcraq Guild lAFL) both
01 wnici. ailurd me lre bpeecfl,
I d luie to c(lcuul e a mere detail
W $z43,UM00 which seems to have
atlted out fI several bricKlayers
fJiautes weilae iur.d wimnouat I
sIgn ol a receipt or record show.
1Ag wnicn working joe supposecuy
&ot tne money Ij hours oi neeo.
Ahb massinti money was report-
cd during Sei:. Paul Douglas' re-
(ently recessed hearings nW Wq1
lare tuna altMes. What the sens-
tor found startled him. Douglas
ltr exaMple also Came across a
union uMuranee agent who 11Mde
t2,000 000 stury But i do want to
ic ta.,es Wiu power to ignore this
$2.000,00W story, sut I do want to
Sge to one oricKlayers.


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ma nfl


The amount of workers' and em-. lthe heads of other memw M of the
piwyers' money is smaller tWIn in Ldftl, ilHImmer gave the slsop
tie 2 000,000 case but the moral to uFDA's eldeit IM 010& Jame
wrong is greater It seems to me. oovelt.
The ilt~iclayers international .l
'nion wostltutiloni has a gag rule i I And e thetsloov-t & Ao *
prohibiting its members and of fared e sloop .Ito tte-1t S
Lials from talking to newsmen A, the navy Charles Thomat%.Al a
withoutlzrmiison of the high corn. Laa to h'u .8 Naval Asad.ayt
iand. ihus we have never been "It occurs to me that the s
ible to pin down wlat has been Pigt e urv to me tht the ioop
ilner-duno iuasslp for years. No be of vJi y said, "not only md p
member or honest official thereof _-6:r t aiu %--,- -secr- i i Jm y a d et ay
would &live you a ln aflldavit lor ^ tl*Wr train vo but perhaps aenti.
this could mean expulsion, loss ot i A kt I el mentally as avbg o een ured
b and probably exile from the '-by a former aseut secretary of
Ih e town should the crusader the Navy."
vaser wat to work again. e nBut the Navy, which FDR loved
go the abuses have long been and which helped to build up to
Ibrled. 'tben along came te Ben- A sit be the most pw rloI n the world,
ate with little sutbpelas which the oi ng B DraSS tle thBe t down,
ut eials of Bricklayer's Local 2 ly secretary of the Navy Thomas
paintera cleaner and aulkoer of didn't even bother to reply person-
C'biago finally had to answer. 8y 80B RUARK ""i' that the lp would I.
They were asked to explain al e that the aloip would doa((00
Tcecky wngng from ske 00 to $1- -lain -. to repair anW the economy-minded
000 lasued over six years and FIsenhower administration could-
drawn on welfare 'funds into which LONDON -,. The old bi war la we got up tccaslon.ally to dance one ground, one air ota Navy, n't afford the money.
weait the members' hard-earned 1o y s[ gonPe 0dA we Are all 10 lather violently with some pretty remember from serviosa Guam .
money as well as that of the am .rears ader, nd I know It because girls. -Prifces Margaret came la when was Navy. a3. Iuperforts MIEBRY 10.GO OUND
players. I had a social evening with one and We decided not to ask her' came out to boeamb. Jap t.i a t
oft out.dry beat fighting generals to dance. ire was a si rum "i.bweean Colleagues ate twittIag the Sen-
There were checks to a Florid. the 'ter night and ely called We talked some about the kind Admirail NitiGt andG e urt e's oldest bachelor, 57-year-old
motel ind to a Chicago furrier him "I touple of s. There of luck that gets one man through LeMay. As I recall it ib ed Theodore Francis Green of Rhode
which the union president Ed Gal. kM tbird colonelt, Lim and a war ad hills another, and how admiral wanted to kiep llil. Island, abut his westet love,"
lifber couldn't explain. I even call f i r" once. the meat violent livers usually get Ig It NavywL afid Lila, k- Mrs. Carter Glass, widow of the
When he was asked whether he TM Is no point rto lentioning run down by small girls o biey- ofied he had the Japs pliA to llate seastor from Virginia. Sena-
had a single receipt to show for the gperal5 naine, because it clei, and you wouldn't have thought raMs with 700-plai.e f- Sld tor Green, who looks as if he
the disbursement of the $243,000 w9i. A 0' ao 1 eIttiha, but the that here wans general and an tiedre wsr a time of grat doia ls -ould surpass ail-time records,for
he said he hadn't but probably I l itA'd never deeurreed to Ine ey-Jeavy lootnant, sitting in a Lon. not to Pay rudeease be wm e a.e In the Whiate, sti walks three
e'ould get them although he did l 1ii pla e als:e S e, people, ldo Utoan and cutting. up toehes. two arms.- ules towi every morlig, but
not seem to know wnee since of adpral Wer-ope, or Al oft Whielr leads me later to the And at the end f-l war the eomplias ai doctors wit hi
they weren't in his office. th(athybod wih ;s i o e preftl hat t*' ls of official Navy set up e p a Utsk force to quit wreast g ace his favorite
He had no records of the memr s. at r was y- oom we hct fM preslnal to ti rck the Air for prestige exercise. .. A other g'eit will-
bers to whom this money was tll li t a Warriors ought to be e tempered and i latefserviee Wate. got er Is Justie Willt 0. )ouglas,
supposedly paid. itii, a le ir ti .alrlWid with e ea tha tt ew s are so grbit that there Were public who walks about 15 t miles
In fact there seemed to be I man, was one of our best fightln only people. They ain demigode, reprimands und _to uds to de-. ery Sunday Last Week he start-
dearth of records. Mr. Gallagher fliers. He has a chestful of rib. and, generally speaking, they are List. And I recsl lpot as A at Sth strut N O@ i.G '
apparentlyy had defied the Senate's bonds, and he was a yery active selfishly inclined to favor their sassination of General MacArthur walked up the C ant 0 CA 1il
tibpena of these documents last Itrike leader in both Europe and ,vrvice and their position in it. -ad all the lmte, bales. a miles in eol xtly fiV tM aid 40
December. No one seems able to the Pacific. He comes from m) President EisenhQwer cracked Korea and that brings me bakinutles. ,In wartime, ith e in
c anything about all this The eJ k of the" w1"1id- we were Jown on his joint chiefs the other to my tried the genr t featriy -mates uMe ir-y'pn
senate Labor Committee sub eot,- onty two Carolinians getting to- day about the public pro ou.ce- whom I socialized the go .. Senator and
mittee pr eded dthe with mutual ieedd b r ment n-aintial g Wl| ia n ^v S iShn ,i a r
etmpetent chap named rank London cafe.u lowr Is aby
Plant had to go to the bankv t he w .it he .ffor KvanlMu4 SH Ai nt ahB togster ,
lbtain records of the tranactoas We talked a lolof Ulia talk hve a pretty d t to ake. e Lord we like Co t e Young'p
Nor was one John Ryan the 1e- about small towns, aqaving to Ie didn't -say out loud, but, as tr'rIiun our bu
cal's secretary-treansrer any help' awing from a grapevl o make a.military man bnself, he knows, a:hen ail Is a done B g al
lie simply testified that he signed the last lep home e Maw tht the only 1ttlu fstlio of a as, come from a I 0 i ,000' employees'
In advance checks requiring his sand we taike about stig anstd stay manls l-fe i war. it is What Carollja and att wa la a man.
signature anfv Gansghsr's and quail -shooting and A do he was iratedd for sat what he time whh It ilietBing to in .it'iire Y i w teel
left them for the boss. Meaning was like where we wef. heft i loves and It tuts the salad on his about w wen ear the CwCan-
1ll gler. different jobs during the bi% ad chest and tig chlcken-tratck on erg about of dood. In one way o '
Test iony left no doubt that OGal what Saipan and Guam were like his hat. another all of us come from North S1UIII IT'S fll ETI
ligher was the local's maharajah. Before they dressed them up with Even in a war conflicting serve. Carolina or its equivalent and
ile had .omplste authority over mattre4ses and officers' clubs, and ices try to fight it three ways- 'e are all subject to flaw. The Defense Depar tt Isn't
who wasE paid whit beiuefitls fn ... .. .. .. iCte only place whieb suddenly in.
that little domain according to a evokes top-level eareqy aon dust-
wtuless. There was also no benefit covered afoi nation the uble ad
sebedul* E I W a i t taxayerp have a riglto know
Ad rde's where .t the employers T r n in da i t .
emod ii. They asked for a written lie e ? 118 1 s
trust Areementto gtvenI theEolr P -- 1 W de* and b todly tamt "to
ations of the welfare fund whi a We" on eral Maa huw a
was set up to cover the work~ 9- --year-old a papers It he
men in this very hasrdous busi el imedbe bda't wanted sian
Maie wh athe me 6lean the me- WASHINGTON (NiA) report is liberally larded with dis- guess, but it is now considering ,ip io defeating Jap, e bor
lsm OS1in? outside of buildings. There will be cheering and groans sent. Some reforms of its own attaent was dolag the enb
.al z ihe emploa.B' spokamnan from toth consumer and business Judge Barnes himself, the U. S. The committee recommended no t .Ung with another set of pes.
Wc glred a r. hurst, ll. types over he ten major rIcom- tovernmert's chief antitrust en- thing in the basic sections of Qtrecently the Labo part.
a d Countes times" for a leaidatlons of Attorney General forcemannt officer, adniita that he the F-year .. old iherman law. No ment announced that it i slac-
wrai"n tuIaemst and says he Herbert Brownell's el-man Nation, dissented from ma ority views in changes were recommended on the listed 20 contractors from getting
We Musherlf. atA Committea to study tme anti. C.any instances. e won't say law governup mergers nor o the govrment contracts be the


He testifLed that'tbe employs
thd no part m adiAlfitrgig the
fund nut d.4 they aecelye any
accounting oIof U money whIeh
was ostensibl to assist a working
Muv It he fei aeveraltores a ad
uffired some injury or became
ill. In fact the employer Ano-
peared to be grateful 't for be.
bga permitted to keep their proj-
ets going.
Lundgren said under oath
that the employers feared "los.
ig their mne" they rritated
Pt maharajah. Thi lmmoralit
here is not only Waged on the fear
-hown iM the retreat from a fgsht
agmiinft this lajustin* bN in what
in implied.
Tha tesuti y taows star
that OGailaghp ed pull men off
.. job even wem there waa work
if he is' ddea d .. t
What right hl toitp Wotk
or workers as hIs o& SiMt We
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trust .aws. .where. There is no box score on Iatent plovisfeoa or aitrulrt lw, ViOlated the DaVil- Di ACt,
Its 354-page report has just been nho favored what. The 61 experts completely Tll requires governmeonP trae.
filed attar 18 months of prepara-. Principal architect of the report psssed the bukk by recommend- trs tb pay prevailing wa in thq
tion by numerous work groups of In S. Chesterfield Oppenheim, pro- ng to Congress -hat it investigate. area where they're wo9 f, a5id
prrfessous and antitrust lawyers. fessor of law at University ouflabor union practices that miSht belutery of Labor Mlt made
Its roco mondations ar&e lnmot Michigan, the committee's otherllead to restraint ot trade. This I braggadocio announce tiat that
impossible to find But advance co-chaL-man With an admitted 17 was apparently to0 hot a potato alMl owner was protegilg labor
orders Arom judges, attorneys and seari' experlefte in antitrust law, lo hanlJe .blonw the law.niki.ng a.----
students Indie te the report will professor Oppenheimn has done level.
become a legal best .ei7 considerable lecturing and writing' Recp'nmendations to repeal the SIDE GLANCES
Jud a Stanley M. Bal s, as- Irr antitrust :aw reform. Miller-Tvdind "Pair Trade' law SIDE G
sibtant attorney general In charge The basic principle f. the re- 'nd the eGuire aniendment
of the Department of Juatice A i Iort, however Is that: 'Although which forces the charging of fixed i
trust Divisioit and co-clhlrfman of iMany forces and other government retail prices on all distributors will
lbe .eomittce of 1. says that its policies have materiauy promot- 'e hailed by consumers. but -
rocoImnonddilons for til law .d our creative American econo.- l:uned by producers and mary
chsaeag and 50 out of 60 adminii ?:l, w. beliUve the antitrust laws di alau. ,I, ..
1irat e prorpdures changes will r e m a i n one of the most i Authorilling the Attorney GOener-
materially strengthen antitrust important." al to issue a "civil- Investigative '
law epioice,.ent. In otner words, the antitrust eemand for the production of
Louti B. Schwartz, professor of ldws arc here to stay. The corn idcumentsa in antitrust case ex-.
law at Univtesity of,PsasylvanaI mittee id a t set out deliberate. narinatiIon, before grand jury 'i
In a fineral dissent at t0 ad he 2 Y4 to wreck them, as It was at firs robes 18 a Brand-new search war .' '
the H, rt, says that tU malorUl. a retd they miln do. rant idea in American law -L- ,
view would d weaken the afltrusl The report iItf is not fact-I Fixing antitrust statue of limi.i
laws is a number of rests and, lindinl hut oninilo. It bia no offi.1tations at four years is an aver'
oven more important, It fiba ral smInding as government pql-: Lge view of Lhe committee. Chan-
alopt ecesssry mlealres f*r lcy. It s an advisoryy report to the ;ng of penalties should meet little
t -.tfit at.l the t r M as to Atteor.ev General. He ea write a opposition. rhis covers ending of '
er te ai ruly con, ptbvoe Mono port Ir his own to the President, compulsory trOle damages, and
my in the country. agrffeeing or llaita0O1g with om- incrnaslng of criminal penalty *
Betwen these two lemes. moMtte reoanimiiedaoF.. iaxlamin frm e6000 to tlO,000. *-
anyone can take his p-,. A a It will then be up to the Prmi- The House of RepreNntatives \
matters 0 fact, that's mam hUt to recimmend t.Qo C a I as l jual vrted to increase this
of the t. members do. AIl of %hat change bhe nasmitiim' penalty to eglOggO,
seire impossible to aA iU made inw as ntas .4im Con which make tnM somaittees res.
yen to agree on aiyh.. t Ae as1 will do t-Yl .iemy's onma datio rather mad.
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"T don't consider these dates
public Information he aid Iad
reply to a request from tl col.
umn.
'Why?'*
"It would be unfair f the bfi
ties involved.'
"Now would that beat We already
have the names of the eontractte.
and the dates when they were
blackhlited. You published lat
>onrsilf. All we want is the datp
when the wage violation occurred."
"That is not public informsa
Hion."' '
"in just what way would it be
u'afairf'
"I have nahlnag more to say. The
information is not public."
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CHICAGO, AM U (UP) A
barrgof vo ent ..toaMs,' and
sall-tetA.dbe t .earon the
southern a te atUon yes-
terday, .at. least oe.- pe-
sB= ad 0u2sing wIdspread
proptmr ,r tao~m o
Tn-e lM c. Plata While. w ey A--* *

kha'In'tw awdiltft& 4 *
The stthM yui asfeS the
So rth fAim TWn to., at S".
Near -PIBhe lf, Ark., a ter-
nato smashed at two commu-
itles sand an aldeiablfled Ne-
re wasU'il4 wh* n his home
toppled and warned.
A second twistfr stru c near
Pine 1lutf sad a third sear Lit-
tle RoArtn. :% :. :_
At Frnkston., Tex., a tornado
smashed 25 homne -and injured
at leat two perqA. Still an-
other twister tore -ttiroug '"a
hirdwdd forest near B"tov
Rougb, La. Trees. antd telelone
poles and -wires were '1orn -down
but no injuries were reprtee.
Meanwhile heavy thunder and
w.ndutonr .struck at Viciaburz
and Hernando, Miss.
Altlahes were 4amaged when
two hfngar dooor were blown in
at the Vfcsbwg Airport and the
screen of a drive-In theater was
knocked down. At Hermando four
homes were unroofed and plate
glass wI dowa smashed.
"* taZt tt Southwest also
ut- raiag dust stoarms.lan the
north .te biard .marooned
Me of liatonisti and Islat-
ed domnmitltles in Wyoming,
Inoludleg thd state espital of
Cheyenhe.
The blizzard drove heavy, wet
snow across Wyoming, north-
east Colorado and western Ne-
braska; marooning scores of mo-
torists on the drifted highways
and isolating many Wyoming
communities, including the cap-
ital of Cheyenpe.
Hapless Coldrado was battered
at its extremes with blowing
snow in the northeast and a
raging dust storm in the south-
east.
Six school buses lost in the
drifts la Wyoming were found
and two railroad section hands
reached another school bus
marooned with six children a-
board. The children suffered
no ill effects.
Sheriff Nortbert Tuck of Chey-
enne and five deputies became
trapped in drifts themselves
while trying to reach the chil-
dren.
Livestock losses were feared
heavy, but farmers, generally
hailed the wet snow as a boom
to their croplands. ,
It was the second big blizzard
in. woek. The last was the
ws itn history in the northern
plaau an 4#umped as much as
0 Inches oi snow in some areas.
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Telephone and power Hlnea
wm pd by heavy snow In
SR b.ll., Nab., housing fa-
ca re a premium- as
4orstr tralt tr.into town
roi, thq dfteA highways and
Stoo wat at tey could

JMeanwile winds of 50 and 60
m le hTour stirred up the dust
ia Colorado and New Mexico
after the' dust storm had hit
Texas and Oklahoma,

61 Held y Soviets

For 6 Years MPds

innocen To Charges
UERLIN, April 13 (UP) Pvt.
William T. Maurchk, a 3S-yar.-
old soldier ftiom Nqrristown, Pa.,
todayy pleaded innocent to charges
of deserting to the Russians and
h etraying U.S, intelli 9 e n C e se-
ci ets to the Soviets, I


Marchuk, who spent six years
in Soviet captivity, wejt 'or. trial
topdny before a court martial on
liree charge* of wrongful asso-
ciation with the Soviet secret po-
lice giving the Soviets American
intelligence 'nformatign and de-
sertion from his intelligence u-
Pit in West Berlin.


The charges carry a maximum
possible sentence of 31 years and
six months in prison.
Marchbuk was absent from his
Berlin unit from Feb. 1, 1949, un-
til the Ruqsians returned him to
American military authorities in
Berlin last Jan. 8.
A part of that time was spent
in Russia's slave labor camps at
Vorkuta
Marchuk was accused of giving
the Soviets information on the
7"llUth Military Intelligence Pla-
toon in Berlin. both at the Soviet
drmy headquarters at Pots dam.
Germany and at Vorkuta.
The,proset.ution charged the in-
formation he peddled related to
the U.S. "National defense" and
that Marehuk "knew it was to
be used to the injury of the Unit.
ed States."
The prosecution told the milita-
ry court that Marchuk associated
himself with the. Soviet secret po-
lice MVD.
There was no explanation in to-
day's court session of how Mar-
chuk fell int, Soviet hands.
John H. Noble, 31-year-old A-
merican from Detroit who was re-
leased by the Soviets at the same
tune Marchuk was freed, said
earlier Marchuk told h i he wan-
dered into -the Soviet sector of
East Berlin while drunk and was
arrested .by the Russians.


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* ATLANTA, April 13 (UP)-Mis-'officials reported that a trestle 19
risiappi tju. taugai white propaud- miles soutn of Nashville, 'Tien n.,I
id touay a conzereace of Dixie's was partially damaged-by a dy-
governors to utscus means o namite explosion and lire. Otdi-
ending a southwide communica- trials said, however, that opera-
tkuon itiaike. tions were sot affected "at all."
CoThe bmunicaeilled strikers of the,- The unions struck the same day
Communications Workers ol A-
inerica Co. against Southern Bell as the telephone workers in the 13
Telephone (9. is now in Its 30tn states includedd in the IAN a y s-
day with no sign of a settlement tern. The dispute is over a pro-
Lt conLract duaerences wnicn Led posed health and pension plan.
to tOe walkout. % I
Rai ann bn travel in the South Some 700 AFL bus drivers for'
has also been tied up by strikes Atlantic (.reyhound walked off the
against the Louisville aqd 1,4n.job last week when the company
vale RKairoad and the Atlantic uaad it was unable to res'f p-.1-
ureyhound Co .-uations on a contract at that
While asked Kentucky G o v. time.
Lawrnece W Wewterby, chair.
man of the Southern Governors A fial Enemi
Lonmetence, to call tne meetings r ll l LElwne is
Lut Wetherby pointed out that
nt-gotiaasous were now going oni
andthe unio Gn effling Too Much
in Atlanta between the company il T M I
and the union
Tie Kentucky governor asked |lawtMam
l alion Wilson
whemer IL would oe aavisabie to 1In0or 0 'li
cLll a meeting at this time. Weth-
erny auded, however, that he was: WASHINGTON, April 13 (UP'
willing to do so if a *majority of .-Defense Secretary Charles E.
,.outnurn governors vote tor it. Wilson said today "we mus .
There was new bitterness re-stop ling our potential ene-
ported in this filth week ot t h e les so much information" a-'
telephone strike. Cable sp Ii c e r bu ,t-. n ew weapons.
C. E.. nioemsker said he and his
wife and three children were a- Wilon asserted at a news
wakened early today at K n o x- conference he as no intention,
ville, Tenn., by a shotgun b I a s tl1 however of curbhin "teni pronq
which ripped through the frontlfow of information to the pub-
door of his home, barely missing reanformationto the pub- d
cne child. lic regarding the country's de-
At Jackson, Tenn., Char les fense activities."
Crockettz a Southern Bell engi- ,i a formal statement and In
r.eer, said he was pulled from his' In a formal statement and in
automobile and beaten by "sever- g, Wilson sought to clarify re-
at people before he managed to g, Wilson sought to clarify re-
jerk loose and run Inside the tele- (3nt orders which have tighten-
phone exchange. .d military public inio,'mation
Hugh Curry., president of' the .
Tupelo, Miss., CWA local .was ar-, Hle ,disclosed he plans to
rested Mondav night wh e n he Itighten" the rules governing
failed to get out of the way fast what constitutes security. He
enough as non strikers were leav- said "maybe we will classify
inp the exchange, pol ie said. some of our information a little
Curry was cinarged with loitering. differently."
Six pay stations were partially
dismantled at Winston Sale mp The secretary said "our top-
W.C., according to the telephone folks' think military informa-
compan,. |tion Is being released which "it
South'-rn Bell and the communi-1would be much better if we did
nations worked a have been unable not put it out."
to agree on a new contract as the
company insisted on a "no-strike" The White House said last
clause which the union refused week President Elsenhower be-
without some means of arbitrat- lleves military technical infor-
inm grievances, niatlon has been given out to
In the strike of non-operating the detriment of national de-
unions against the LAN, railroad fense.


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ens Political Scene
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WiOTON April 13 'UP) were frankly worried over the
ry of State John Fos- flare-tip.
0. charged tcday that Dulles denied be ousted Coral
.expert Edward Corsi as a result of charges by Rep.
1 o eat around the law to Francis E. Walter (D-Pa.) that
l f ulp as top dmininls- Caors had been a member of sub-
A' ~'t the US. reln!ce pro- vcraive organizations. Dulles said
he tor'nd no security 'question
*4nlis also said he fired Corsi about Corsl.
friday because tr.c New Denouncing this as a "false-
-_ Pvas not qualified to run hood." Corsl retorted that Dulles
r'tflugee program -. which told him last Friday that "it was
lea said is nqw working rea- necessary to maintain friendly
bly well. relations with Congress and that
secretary denied that my presence on the project
muntst front chai ges a- would endanger these relations."
A Corsi had any:hing to do Corsi previously accused both
his ouster. Walter and McLeod of being in-
strumental in his dismissal.
SCorsi, whom Dulles once call- Walter issued a statement to-.
&-Mt an "old friend," promptly day charging that Corsi's "iery
iflred back with a statement obvious attempts at deception"
R;Meeusing the cabinet official of throughout the furor clearly
'four falsehoods." He said he demonstrated his "lack of Integ-
did not see how Dulles could rity and unfitnest for federal
have "stooped so low as to be- service Walter la chairman of
fog the issues." the House Un-American Activi-
coral also called 'or a con- ties Committee.
greesional investigation of the The Pennsylvania Democrat
*efugee program. He tool: sharp said Corsl's claim tha: Walter's
ftsue with Dulles' statement that charges led to his dismissal a-
Is working reasonably well mounted to "an unfair reflec-
Dulles, speaking out for the tion" on Dulles' Integrity.
first time in the controversy, told He also denounced as a "de-
news conference that Corsl ception" Coral's assertion that
performed useful .Ler'lp in he never associated with Com-
tudying the refugee program munist-front groups.
oet' coming to the State De- Dulles acknowledged that he
bartment las' Jan. 10. ;never told Coral his appoint-
But he said Corsi then wanted ment as special assistant could
o take over administration of be only for 90 days if Corsi's se-
ihe controversial im:ngirutlonlcurity investigation was not
bw from Acott McLeod. its Ires- completed within that time.
*tot administrator. Diills snaid He said the State Department
Coral's proposal would have been may have been somewhat blame-
lfetal and he could not go along worthy in that respect. But h?
With it. said the 90-day regulation is a
general government rule and
T'he secretary also said lie Is Corst may have been culpable
udshaken In his respect for an himself for not knowing about
loyhlty to McLeod. The .secur- it.
Ity, ohief has figured in past Coral denounced as a "false-
controveruies--but none so po- hood" Dulles' assertion he was
fltcaflly explosive as the pres- not qualified to administer the
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"b f et against the sides, which started to crumble away.
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DIABLO FAMILY
ANNOUNCE DAUB.i E'S ENGAGEMENT
Mr. tad Mrs. Shepard Clark announce the engagement
and spjroaehlng marriage of their daughter Elaine to Mr.
WarrSn Lee Cook, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Cook of Holland,
Michlgan.
Miss Clark was graduated from Balboa High School and
is new a sophomore at the Canal Zone Junior College. Mr.
Cook was graduated from Holland High School, Holland,
MA llgan, and is at present attending Miabigan State College.
NJlne wedding is planned in New York.
Many Make Re ratlas-0518
lor Puaeersiean Night Tickets at $3.00 include e ei
. Thursday fight will find a large trance and dinner.
gathering of / ti.rAmeric Cl ._
members aod their friends "C- Minister Of Agriculture
bratin;g o P-n American Pay at Retuns From Vacation
thue talo Wub. There )a ,e Mr. and Mrs. Temistocles Dia
rd, be ty ts a nble; W i ad their chil drehave return
for hi al dress dance. A to the city A after spending a vaci
nong art Phsident and tfw in Certo AuLt
Mrs. Ari r*ad ntimnbre of the
cabiUMt t British Vlbsa Delvalle Itertala
0am a drn I, riu Frirends In El VA
Am "a ARom and. W rs. DUrinr the sa r week Mi !
d, .n. Wlam K. vlma DelvaUe, daughter of
IIar-sd a Mrs. ugen d a.. Max vall hait
C;. --bo- M 1 i' hs" get by thet vacat on hot
4ad a K.3.

as glesby, Mr. and Mrs. I. X. Col. R. R. Robertson
.lal ut'y,M ir. and Mrs. Gabriel Addressbes APRA
ve1ausW.Mr. apd Mrs. Fred P. At their monthly luncheon, th
owser. American Public Relation Asso
rlation had as their guest speak
Therei.l also be a table re- Col. R. It. Robertson eon
served Of the .mntbers of the handing officer of the inter-A
Board of.Direi of the lter' mnerican Geodetic Survey w h
A m er ia nWoman' Club but spoke on the work of his organic
ta to be seated there tInlon.


musl td!e It to tin club ae e.


tary wO is K m mte reserva- Mrs. do Leon
ions. ,, ietras To Kagland
This ."N che Panamoeri ea -a Mrs. Roy do Leon, the forme
program w Will be aitsiaildi e- J1dd Cardoze of Panama. left fo
vent of the fe. .IAU members of l.ew York yesterday wbpre as h
the club are urgedo attend with wil spend two weeks with fami
their .asb or guests. The iy before returning to her bomr
bour' .lj o :30 p.m DiMer near London Mrs. do Leon h a
wilW .vtd,.' tthat tlhe. The pEnt three months at the hornm
pageift Lotr and there will ot her daughter and -s In law
be datih. ttrouktit the eve' Mr. and Mrs. Doiald Halman
akg. le ttion .tmay be made Durig her viit the Tailiy cel*
atthe ion Club or by healing brated the brth of a few baby
IAWC headquarters at Panama her grandson. Roy Halman.

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The' stated meeting was pre-
ceded by a dinner served at the
AMcon Masonic Temple.
b'he guest Worthy Mattin and
Patron were Mrs. Louise bereUl
and Mr. James Kennedy.
Pedro Miel Rainbows
To Hold Card Party
The Pedro Miguel Rainbow
Girls Assembly No. 8 will hold a
Srcard party April 1, at the Win
SMemorial on Balboa Road st 7;30.
SRefreshments, door prize a nd
table prizes.
Admission is $1.00 per person.
T:ckts may be purchased from
Sany of the Rainbow Girls or at
the door or phone 2.2596.
Diablo Camera Club
Makes Flight To Chiriqul
Thirty-three members of t he
Diablo Camera Club visited the
Chiriqui province of Panama dur-
ing the weekend of Good Friday
a d Easter. The group left Tocu-
r..en Airport Thursday in the late
sfterr.on and returned Su nd ay
evening.
The photographic field tour In.
cluded a two-night stop In David,
a bus tip to Boquete on Friday,
and a conducted tour on Saturday
rnd Sunday of the Cerro Punta
region. The mountain sce ner y
and the flowers and vegetables of
ithe region were excellent subjects
n- lor the cameras and shnut terms
were kept clicking throughout the
those who Made the trip were
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lattin, Mr.
z. and Mrs. William H. Clark, Jr.,
d colonel and Mrs. W. N, Horaijh,
a- Mr. and Mrg. Jasper Let Myers,
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin-C. Chlbaack,
Mr. and Mi.as Eugen Derr, Mr.
nd M, Harry Bold4. Mr. and
Mrs. Cbrlbs MeG,- Xadl, Mr.
1d Mn preston n Mrs.
I rn liett, Tb Mi*a *
.S'flnt rgan, Frabees Brandl,
Wi tl Ha .Miry fM Ewen, Mar-
C a paek
Rse a, way Maphis, ain
Messrs William Brand, Hu g h
Graham and P. H. Brackney.
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D- Kobbe Wives Give
* Easter Egg HEot
- The Fort Kobbe Offleers Wives'
Club held thebr regular coffee and
o business meeting of the m on t h
i- Thorsdiy at the Ft. Kobbe Offi
cerg' Oped Mess. Plans were com-
pleted for the event for the kid
dies on Easter Sunday.
Future events for April w e r e
r announced and a farewell given
r Mrs. R. W. Scott who is a past
president of the club and an "hon-
i- urary Lifellner." Mrs. Scott, who
0 departs soon for the States wit h
: her husband. Lt. Col. R. W. Scott
e was also the lucky doorprize win.
ne'r.
New. muber introduced were:
Prs. B. C. Cdlagal, Mrs. W. C.
Doyle, Mrs. S. A. Lund. Mrs. A
B. Stowe, and Mrs. Those. Clary.
Guests were Mrs. John Armbrus-
ter, guest of Mrs. John Garver
and Mrs. Herman Eck, guest of
Mrs. IL Wilder.
The fotesese this month were
MrS. S. S. Walker, Mrs. J.
Ilynes Mrs J. E. Claunch, and
Mrs. B. C. MeComas, Jr.


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The -.Gen. emrge Oothals
VPW Post 3835, Coeli, will hold
its next rect mtngat 7:30
'tontotrO agAL
This will bethe first of two
meetlpgs rmnng before nom-
inations nd eletins of new
r st officers which take place
e moftth.

Te DBaea e6lnm Club No.
41 Wi l their mntM y meet-
ii at athe .P.O.. Lodgs No.
1414 of La Bea bad Thursday
evening Aprili UM All meaber
pre urged to attend.
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__ St For April 21
y PATRICIA M. MARlIUN The delayed 8sa tion Army's
"Stlatl Io rrI" is a fine dish asserved up by artist golden ublee oelebrat will
Vehnfd statussundrY. wldse exhibit ot oil paintings et lndeftay With a cii sarv-
Jehnur it s Beaudly, whdse exhilldh Of then oil paiting ce on April 21 at 8 p.m. in the
Unhler that tit j lust opened at the nalryl of the O-JWB Pacific Service center.
With the sip Mwthlp of the Canal Zone Art League. The exhibi-
tlin will continue ntil April 23. The chairman for the occasion
In the tuch debated subject of realism as opposed to non- will be Judae Outhiie F. Crowe.
objective an, her are stronR examples of good reallam in the John Be d, Chaplain
stvle which ast year won Mrs. Beaudry a national award in the John McGregor, Rev. Willam H
National Le1ue at American Pen Women exhibition at the Na- Armstrong and others are sched-
tlonal Munein iR Washington, D.C. uled to speak.
In subje t matter the show offers reflections of Mrs. Beau- u
diy's lIUf ducMta:te past several years. egini ing with a street Lt. commissioner and Mrs.
scene of Georgetown, a sparkling little gem of color done near George W. sandells iterrtorial
the Beiudry,' farmer home. the show moyes on to New Mexico commanderst fo the Central
With "Sprting anow at Taos," which Jeanne painted when caught Aerica and West Indies area
In a snowstorm while on holiday at Taos. A il participate. There will
Many of the paintings are commission so more restraint is ab music selections by the
s'own, but the. are a delight to the eye, especially the one which Livingston Trio. SAlvationf Army
Is perhaps tte center of the group, the largest canvas, "TLa rA* Bhd and the Songsters
pa Nustr TWo" a commissioned, different interpretation of an the
one of Jeadne's abut-liked paintings of Panama the scene on Other events associated with
th waterfront tear Panama's big market. the celebration reasM follows:
Three yesi ago she presented the original "La Rampa," daDe April 24:10:45 a.m. Holiness
in somber huea and controlled color scheme. Now she has broken meeting La Boca); :00 .m.
Out with another interpretation, the early dry season brilliance special Program (ParAiso); : :15
- f a sunn day. p.m. Gospel Meeting (Panama

Band concert and Young Peo-
ple's demonstration, (Pacific
Service Center. ,.
April 27: United Women's
meeting, (Panama City Hall).
April 29: 8 p.m. Civic serviee
I(Club Tropical auditorium, Co-a
lon).


THE BABV SITTER now comes for a different kind of sitting at
the Beaudry household as Ruth Margaret Brown (left), who has
taken care of the little Beaudry boys on many occasions, sits in
the living root while Mrs. Beaudry does her portrait, one of the
highlights of the new exhibition now at the USO-JWB on La
Boca Road in Balboa.


The tide Is high, and the little banana boats near the shore
are riding at anchor. The hills In the distance are still faintly
green, and the sky is clear. The viewer feels, "This is Panama."
And knowledge of her subject Jeanne surely has, after four
years here in which she has painted and observed, sketched and
drawn, Illustrated and taught of the Isthmian scene. La Rampa
Number Two was commissioned by former residents here who be-
chme nostalgic for Panama and wrote to Jeanne to paint the
market scene for them.
A crOpeetevy different kind of landscape Is her "View from
Quarry 1ta, another comumisilon, which shows the causeway
and the.Paft ma Canal entrance in a breathtaking view from
Ancon IMil. Jeanne's illustrative technique, as developed in her
recent illustrations for the children's book, 'Me Pelican Tree and
Other .Paama Adventures, by Jean Bailey, Jlizabeth Lathb, a-d
Patricia Markun, comes to the fore In this Wdrk. *


uf 1ae's enduring love of portraiture Is exqegst. In her
po rt U a teen-a g lX "i.uth h argaret." 'bfe'f.nRU to her
portraltDl of youIsta es a W Qtleness of color aqo softness of
line that are especially appealing and individual.
"Pacific Little League" Jeanne. painted -for her sons.'who
handsomely offered to lend it froin their bedroom for Mother to
hang in the exhibition.
The dry season baseball field where Jeanne has watched her
soan. IkS- hundred times occupies the foreground, done In gol-
den. a; and yellow tones, while the peculiar, awkward hump of
chopped-off Bosa Hill hunches in, the background, for all the
world like a silent spectator. -J


I'Vermont Farm," a cool refreshing snow scene to see on a
trcpleal day, Jeanne painted in a nostalgic mood last Christmas.
time, reqAlling her childhood home country. Its gray winter sky
andbrtht red spot of neat New England barn, the melting snow
and l-afus snow-hung trees are typical of the scene which was
once Jeanne's forte, and which even yet she can plunge into with
memory of line and color recalling a New England snow scene.


Still life which every artist sees as a challenge -- Jeanne
interprets with two pieces, both done in palette knife technique,
which will especially intrigue anyone whp paints.
Variety helps make this show a refreshing one, and Mrs.
Beaudry shows again that her paintings are good to live with.


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Ma 1: 10:45 a.m. Holiness
meeting (Colon 3rd Street Hall):
3:30 p.m. United Womet's meet-
ing- (Colon 14th Street Hall): 7:-
13 p.m. Gospel meeting (Colon
14th Street Hali.


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FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE:-G.i. refrigerator. 9
cu. ft.; Bendi de lume washer;
Hi-Fi record players lamps. All
like new. Cell 3-0581.
FOR SALE: Frigidalre. 9-ft..,
25-cycle $75; 4 large widow
bomboo screens 75c. each. Tel-
ephone Balboa 2-4464.
FOR SALE:-Plano, small %erti-
cle. $110. Phone 2-3009 after
3 p.m.
FOR SALE:-Weas ing ho use
porcelain refrigerator, 7-foot.
Call evenings 6:00-8:00 Balboa
1514.
FOR SALE:- Household furni-
turo: Washer $50, refrigerator
$50, radio, 5-pc. bamboo set.
formica-top dining set, folding
couch. bedroom set. etc. 1523-J
Govilan Rood. Bolboo. 2-2944.
FOR SALE:- Refrigerator, 25-
cycle. 8 cubic feet $25. Call
2-6424 or 2,4362.
FOR SALE:-. 100-Ib. capacity
ice box, excellent condition; 1
child's dressing table, mirror and
stool. Phone Gamboo 6-441.
FOR SALE --Gas stove. house-
hold furniture. Apply Thursday,
from 8:30 a. m. -until 5 p. m.
Hou'e 48 Bella Vista. Phone 3-
1762.
FOR SALE;--4-piece living room
set, irosi leg*s plastic uphelster-
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FOR SALE: Twin beds with
springs and innerspring mat-
tresses $70; oak chest drawers
S20; table $15. Phone 5283.
Qtrs. 201-B, Hall Street, Al-
brook AFI.
FOR SALE: Portable radios,.
fan, clock, refrigerator 125-cy-
cleI. Rattan chair porch
screens sad miscellaneous. 169-
B Gambeeoo. Phone 6-264.


FOR SALE ,
Automobiles
FOR SALE:-Austin 4-door me-
dium size model, wonderful con-
dition, many spare parts, duty
paid. Leaving Panama. 5450.
Phone Mr. Osborne 3-1660.
FOR SALE:-Hot-rod ports Ford
1949 to 1953; Crosley Hot-red
and ports. Phone 2-4319. House
5184 Diablo.
FOR SALE: Leaving. 1953
Pontiac-Six 2-door sedan. 5000
miles. Call evenings 6:00-8:00
BErlboa 1514.
FOR SALE:-1950 Chevrolet 4-
door Sedan. New upholstery,
good tires, good condition.
House 326 Pedro Miguel, after
6 p.m. _____
FOR SALE:-1949 Chevrolet 5-
poassenger C.P., good tires, good
condition. See at 723-1 Locono
or call Albrook 86-2223 (7 to
3:30).
FOR SALE:-Good 1952 Chev-
rolet sedan, low mileage, new
tires, battery. $975 cash or
terms, Phone 83-6230 evenings,
572-C Curundu Heights.
FOR SALE:- 1953 Studebaker
Champion Hardtop. 18 months
aid. less than 10,000 miles.
cream with dark blue top. Con
be financed. Call AlWook 3192.
FOR SALE:-Oldsmobile 4-door.
hydromotic, radio, verve good
condition. Only 5450. Call 2-
4464.
FOR SALE:-1951 Morris Minor
4-door. good condition. Phone
3-1183 office hours, after 3-
3423.


WANTED
1l'rellaneous


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WANTED:-Home for 2 kittens
and/or mother. Phone Balboa
2870.


Ex-University Student Tried


As Communist Party Leader


Kridler. told the United Press -- -
*.tc numbr of proxies also
ttablo6t tw-thirds bf OREENSBBORO, N.C., "pIT 13 the internal security of the
u shares held by individuals. (UP' The government told a United States.
ie predicted "almost solid" federal court jury today that Stanley said the government
mutt from institutional hold- Junius I. Scales, working as an will prove that Scales "exposed
native Communist Party leader, himself to Communism" as early
taught "the necety of smash- as 1940 and after World War II
bard has 6.703.932 voting Ing the government by force." remained in the party "to edu-
aes outstanding. This total is Scales predicted that this cate members for the mission of
Med almost equally between would be done "in the present violent overthrow of the govern-
ividuals and institutions. generation," Dist. Atty. Edwin ment.
pks, schools and investment M. Stanley said.
a are typical holders in the In his opening statement to 'He did more," Stanley said.
ii group. the JurT trying Scales under the 'He went on to become a leader
______ -- oartv membership clause of the of the party in North and South
Smith Act, Stanley said the gov- Carolina, recruiting members
Prment will prove that Scales and making public statements
-round Auburn took part in Communtist Party showing he knew the party pro-
activities, knowing its alms %ere gram."
directed at overthrow of the Stanley said Scales worked to
t JI bDurn government by force and vio- direct communist workers into
1 I i r r-si lence. key U.S. industries and taught
The 34-year-old Scales, a 'the necessity of overthrowing
J Baltimor grandnephew of a North Carol- the federal government by
Jna governor, was a self-avowed force."
,Alabama, April 13 Communist while a student at
BURNe lubuna reatthe University of North Caroli- Prior to opening statements,
-Onh o Au rn' bgrean na. However, he has pleaded not four alterna e jurors were seat-
t ahltes colJme careen guilty and has denied govern-. ed. A regular jury panel was sel.
t short his college careers jment charges contained in on ected Monday.
Sthe Baltimore Orioles a indictment under the untested The defense obtained a brief
us baseball player membership clause. delay today to examine docu-
e cout Tom Oliver says Scales is only the second per- ments in the goQernment's cvi.-
a star end on the Gator son to be tried under that clause. dence, but government attorneys
Sasatndo h atle told the jury the caseiopsda
champion Tiger football Stanley told the the case p ed a defense motion to
sLgned a Baltimore con- of tremendous importance" to study statements of witnesses
for Anunspecified amount.taken in advent of the trial.
It is reported that Pyburn S tanley argued these state-
ted some $50,000 for his n -W y Tra ic ments might revl thSe names
U T of many "confidential infor-
Aormants" who might not be
rn is expected to leave O Road called to testify. Judge Albert V.
to join the American lm o R Bryan said he would rule on the
.chub as a third baseman. | E eE point as it arisea during the pro-
Sbonus player, the Aubu rn ii. 10O Ppe Dup0ceedings.
out' must stay with the
-for at least two seasons. Both Limon Road and Osborne Coffey, RojS
n football coh Ralph Avenue two streets which lead ,
says the lo8 of his star the Mount Hoe Dump and Get Paint Jobs
badealt the Tigers a "ter- Industrial vision Area,
a critical blow" to next be open only to one-way T f w a nt
l~ l^ lca~W to ne ^ S ^n 0 ^ ^ W. T. Coffey WMa>pparent low
propets -traffic from today until Tue.- bidder for the exterior painting
Sfotball prospects. day,It hasbeenannouncedby of the Commissry retail store
a was named All-Sout the Engineering and Construc- e. a ioan D e) as d
Conference end for his n ureau. low on the work 'of painting the
ore and junior years. and osborne Avenue will be par- Interior of several apartments in
United Press player of tally closed from today until the townsite of Maprlta. Bids
in BEC plav last year.,Tuesday and Limon Road will be were opened yesterhy in the
a former Birmingham., partially closed from tomorrowioffice of the Engineering and
high school star., until Tuesday. Construction Director' In Balboa
Closet and weights 135 Heights.
SThe closing of the two roads
Sb lto two-way traffic at a point Coffey otered a 1ow bid of
S baball he battedinear the railroad crossing will $55o0 for the parlso Commissatr
Sthe most hits, most be necessary to permit the in- paint job. Other contractors
its batted in, most'tanllatlon of an electrical duct making offers fWr ie wotk were
bases and tied forline under the roads in connec- Rojas, Chain in and the
om run title tion wit the construction of Tropical Paint OlipaY.
the Mount Hope Electrical Sub- Rojas bid $15flo the interior
station which Is now being built paint Workt in Margarta. The
under contract by the Louis only other bi was made by the
Summer Company of Panama. Tropical Paint oupasy.

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FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALi AA eggs, strictly
fresh. From the hen to your
home. Home delivery, minimum
order 3 dozens. Call Panama
2-2341.
FOR SALE: Fresh killed deli-
cious tender chicken, oven ready.
Home delivery, minimum order
of three. Cll Panama 2-2341.
FOR SALE-Desllh matching ra-
dio for 1953 Chevrolet. com-
plate with boeno. Phone 828-
3335 Lecone, after 4 p.m .
FOR SALE: 3 air-condition
Sylvani %-ton units. 220
volts, in excellent condition.
Good for offices or bedrooms.
Reduced to.5200 each for quick
sale. Call Panama 3-0226, 8-
12 nwrnings, 2-5 evenings.
FOR SALE-POte drum &r small
drum & trope $75. Phone 36-
8571;, House 84-F 6th Street,
Coco Solite.
FOR SALE:- Upright p I a n
$ 130 combination wire record-
er. mle-record player. PA sys-
tem. astmsonic $75; '48 Buick
Super sedan, radie, heater $450.
Albrwok 6291.
FOR. SALE:-Roll greens. two 8
feet, onem 5 feet. Phone 2-1678.
FOR SALE: Tank type com,-
presser paint sprey, 2 guns, 2
motors; metel Q.M. buffet, 16-
hp. Mercury Super 10 outboard.
House 6402, Lot Rios. 2-4211.
FOR SALE: Upright piano no,
reasonable: girl's bicycle. 9066-
A 11th Street, Santa Isabel.
Apt. 11, upstairs. back, Colon.


WANTED
Anartments
WANTED TO RENT;-Furnish-
ed apartment or house for reas-
enable North American couple.
Cell Mr. Sanches. 7:00 to 4:00
at Pan. 3-5379; 4:30 p.m. on
at Hotel Tivoli.
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Sailijos


A numht of ne real-
dents en oute t States on
Spring v)aMon'.among the
t()o pass ger9sat 0o sail
from Criobal Satay for New
York aboard the Plama Liner
Ancon.
There are no: passengers
scheduled to sill on the ship
from Cristobal to P6rt-au-
Prince, Haiti. .


The complete dancee passen-
ger list follows: BejWamin Aborn
'II; William Aranol; Mr. and
Mrs. Clarence Babbitt; Miss
Beatrice Baym; Mr. and Mrs.
Theodore W. Bear; Mr. and Mrs.
Walter E. Benny; Mrs. Louise
Bowen; Mr. and Mrs. Bascom
Broun; George Biuman; Juan
J. Brumas;
Mrs. Flora Cainaeho* Mr. and
Mrs. John M. Carroll & two
children;-Dr. Walter Clark; Mrs.
Eleanor Collins; Mr. and Mrs.
Ernest B. Curling; James A.
Driscoll; Mr. and Mrs. Brandon
Eisenmann and son; Mr. and
Mrs. Manuel Epstein;
Miss Mariam Farrell: Max
Foley; Johannes A. Polvig; Mrs.
Holward Fort and daughter;
Mr. and Mrs. Fernando Galvez;
Mr. and Mrs. Jo P. QGreeaing;
Mrs. Esther Goodiny and two
children; and Mr. and Mrs.
James H. Hagan; '
Mrs. Olive E. Hardle William
D. Hardle; Mr. and Ma Chester
S. Harold, Jr.; Mr. and Mrs.
Daniel J. Hennessey; and two
children; Luls Herrero; Mr. and
Mrs. J. M. Hirsch; Mr. and Mrs.
Richard M. Holaban;
Mr, and Mrs. Welto 3.-John-
son; Mr. and Mrs. Gorge Kare-
ltz; Miss Helen ing; Mr. and
Mrs. Roy F. LdneSi Mr. and
Mrs. James J. Latimer and
dauhter; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
0. Liter MissW Kd rln Me-
Grathth; Mr. and M V. Mc-
Mullen; Richard Mature; Mr.
and Mrs. WUiam OGMummaw;
Mr. and Mrs. Reratn J. Null-
meyer and two.chUplen; Miss
Ethel Peters: and M s Else A.
Racells: Miss Angela F. Reily;
Mr. and Mrs. Prank Soebert-
son; Mr. and Mrp. IpiAwrd L.
Rohn; Mr. and Mrs. Keith D.
RyU and two children;
Cfita. me B.a Mr. AM RlNr


FOR RENT
Houses -
FOR RENT: Second flwe t.
residence on ,General Jaw PaR
Martin Avenue No. 6: Four hid*
rooks, living.room, dining 0eel,
kitchen. large porch. l niiif
ground floor.

FOR RENT:-Small chalet am.
bedroom, living dining them,
kitchen, Moderate rent. Ge-RIl
Jos de San Martin Ave. M&.
6, downstairs.


FOR RENT:- Large house ad
grounds, partly furnished' In Lea
Cumbrs. Gamboo 6-105 eve-
nings.


FOR RENT:- Beautiful modem
chalet. Via Porros First Street.
Cerrasquilla No. 55. beside Eden
Theater. Phone 3-1863.


FOR RENT
ADartments


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ATTENTION G.I.! Just buil
modern furnished apartments, 1.
2 bedrooms, hot. cold water.
Phone Panama 3-4941.'

FOR RENT:-Furnished and mo-
furnished 2 and 4-room modern
apartments. Contact ALHAM-
BRA APARTMENTS, 10th St.,
Phone 1386 Colon.

FOR RENT:-2-bedroosm apart-
ment. 2 clothes closets in each
bedroom. living room, dining
room. maid's bathroom, wash-
room. garage. East 37th Street
No. 26. upstairs.

FOR RENT: Small one-bed-
room apartment completely fur-
nished, No. 47 9th Street, San
. Francisco.


FOR RENT:-2-beldrom apart-
meant, living dining room, es-
rage, new building. lit Steet, El
Carmen No. 91. Can be oon
anytime during day.

FOR RENT:.-Residential epert-
menet 2 bedreomsir 2 apeaches,
hell, sitting end dining room,
mews vialidem. Pr Owl 12f.
4Phop 341191. 460h ttf
FORF
FOR RENTs..a2-badroa apait-
ment with bioey llmbllitVi-
ta. Phone 2-2601. &-12 momr
ing. 2-5 p.m.

FOR RENT:-Completely fur-
nished fully scneened two-bed-
room apartment In Belle Vidta:
ronem bedroom aIr-conditioned, 2
bathi, garage, mald's mom. ter-
race. Available for three months
from May 12th. For appointment
call 3-4992 during day; after
5:30 and Sat.-Sun. 3-0732.


FOR RENT:-3-bedronm apart-
ment living room. dining room.
porch, kitchen. Last 44th Street.
Phone 3-2148.


FOR RENT
Miscellaneous
FOR RENTs Site for offices.
clink, Occupied by "Macy's" of
Agencies Glasgall, Justo Arose-
mene Avenue No. 73-A, Inquire
East 37th Street No. 26.

FOR SALE
Real Estate
Are You Leeking lor a Country
Home with the Comforts of your
Town Homet-W. K. Webster
offers for sale, at Santa Clara
ach, Hou wIth 2 bedrooms,
living 4om, dinette. kitchen,
both, car port, kerosene hot wa-
ter heater, gas isve, electric ra-
frigerator. tile foors. Complete-
ly furnished. 7 b*d. Situated on
2025 Sq. Mhs., stqsily fenced.
Open for .hate ; Saturday
and Sunday, Age$ 1 and 17.
For further iefeMeotien call PAD
5187, House 552-A, Curundu
Heights. tam r

L J Ferauson Sr.


MISCELLANWOUS


OR. WENDMKAIIMMW- Ct- o.
Ik, bhsl4e Cepitr Thvww. ft
o NIht mrnia. PhWm 2-347
Panes.
.L TRIBOL, 70 M o.r Ave.:
Flit Cemlo"a-s .e,*ibe
Vill,. RIrk eem I*W
IPS*. Coedm. aS. i o
nomr 24004.


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FOR NTh
Ro ",


F10 RENT: tatifusly fors
nished large reom, Icen, Bel-
la Vista. Mexico A. 69, near
43rd Street. Phone 3-0553.


LESSONS
Practical Piano playing (elessl.-
cal or popular) taught. Children
or adults. BENNETT'S STUDIO,
Phone 2-1282,.


I RESQ4TS'


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PHILLIPS-,
ta Clarai,
Pheme Fesme (
hbol 3-1673.
SHRAPNELh
an beach at SaI i
ponh eTHOMP;S; PuI.
1772.
P09T1I'S COT'ATWJ, aM. mb'
-eeSeote Clem ,Losw Urint

WILLIAMS' Soanta Chlr *e t
Cottages rocksoes asftera-
tion, 2-bedroom. Phone Balbeo
3050.


Grenmich's Sanot Clora I l
Cottages. Modern conveanlelcs,
moderate rates. Aone Gsamae I
6-441.


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whmm--.Mae.in
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FOR SALE
Boats & Moor.


. N Lt b-S 9;441otg,'w
Slgei ,JM *'545 sp .-m it ea
troi leg eeditWd& NReas.
able. 4he-44-9179.


Atlas Club Wiqner InGambouO



Invitational Softball. Tourney

1
An Atlas Club team comprised
of some willing yousters ("Bo-
bo" McArthur, Charley Olavelli,;
Don Lacey, Ray Niekisher) and'
a nucleus of decrepit young "old
timers" such as Larry Jones, Bill
DbLamater, Bill Stock, Lou Hil-
zinger, Bobtunn, and Vic Me-
lant went all the way to sweep
first prize honors in the now .,-
traditional Oamboa Invitational ;.- V...
pSoftball Tournament.,*F


The Atlas Club aggregate en-
tered the final round of the
tournament by tacking on de-
feats to the records of the Ama-
dor nien and the Balboa Flyers
by the scores of 15 to 5 and 4
to 0. The Cristobal AC made
their way into the final round
by virtue of a bye and a 14 to
6 win over Gibralatr Life.
These two tea t. hte
final ame of th da -
mine the d apped Mo
team was toiq the tg~
Invitational f A
pions. The Atlas Club featured
by the brilliant hurling of Lou
lzinger and the timely hitting
of Don Lacey, Larry Jones, and
"Bobo" McArthur took the mea-
sure of the Cristobal AC by the
score of 9 to 3.
Amid the ovation rendered the
teams competing in the tourna-
ment for their excellent display
of ball playing and sportsman-
ship, the Atlas Club nine was
presented with a trophy to sig-
nify their reign as Champions of
the 1955 Gamboa Softball Tour-
nament.
Ist Round Ellmination
Balboa Flyers 12, Ft. Amador 5
Navy 1, Atlas Club 15.
Army Atlantic 4 Quarry His. 0
Gibraltar Life 5, Cristobal AC
won by forfeit.
2nd Round Elimination
Balboa Flyers 0, Cristobal AC 14
Atlas Club 4, Gibraltar Life 6.
Play-off for 3rd and 4th plasees
Balboa Flyers 7. finished in
3rd place. Gibraltar Life 4, fin-
ished in 4th place.
Championship Play-off
Cristoba l AC runs on 5 hits
finished in 2nd place-Atlas Club
9 runs on 10 itas: Winners of l t
place.



Cornell Professor

Criticizes Housing

'Mad Ma* FIlnchg'
WASHINGTON, April 13 (UP)
-A Cornell University econo-
mics p rofessor warned today
that the housing bIustry is run-
ning a great rk in "mad man
financing.


: A "Mad mom finance f" P
DieS At Home, Henrrell de oraff sai .-is the
mildest acceptable term I cat
Funeral Tomorrow use to describe 'nothtingR down
and 30 years to pey!"' He note*
Locksley J3. Ferguson, a retired that one out of four govem*-
Panama Canal employee, -died at ment-guaranteed housing loan
his home here yesterday after a last year was closed with no
brief illness./He was 73 years old. down payment, eunpared with
7-per cent Ia 1is
FIuneral marvces have been i


scheduled toftomorrow at 3 p.m.
In St. Paul's Church. Burial will
follow in the Jardin de Paz Cem-
etery.
A native of. -tlnada who
SW to the ;sIam h M Mr.
euson s l wife.
Anarita and d Cyril,

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iB uatw. qMe' quMick to remind. us that the ugly 'gat:r la not recommended to the average
person asa playmate .
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HOLLYWOOD INEA) Un Englan.i to star in "ingers m .e -- thai has been arranged by
verian. Lo : Laa Tur- Dust." . Jaekic e season n has been arrange by
r's bi Sea thEdmnd Pur- "Away we go" gal of Ipsst ason- the club.
M. .they wre a making "The Theona Bryant is screeqtestig the club's first venture
mdl was a break yor unatFg at FThoixs the club'sfirst.venture
odir was a break ore ung Mne- Van Dore wings to Hon- of the year in its drive to raise
oa g a and P i in -Di n -.Iu r. .. winds up her role funds for its scholarship pro-
SY rubed oger nto the in U's "The Second Greatest gra.
fie Pt !r don. e"Ray Anthony may join her there Fishing enthusiasts are urged
Ne Lanrm obJected to work "an admits that bandleade Fishing enthurts are ure
Sw rdm.Actress Hey verly,ex. to bring along their fishing
By WI time Ave Gardner re wife of Lee J Cobb is ailing at a tackle as the river In the area
iou *nh Pakistan and "Sho 1- s Angeles hospital. A veryragic offers some Rood fishing. Swim-
ra PSado," it. will be threestory Jate Russell is sayIng ming, canoeing, games and
ar e she set foot a l R tne wall be no more hip-wigglig dancing are the other features
t" 4fndm sta. I and scanty costumes for her. But o fentertainmnt.
w oo. bun't she said It before?
id sy h troitalg Avat -s---- Kile Perez and his orchestra
96m% ""tIlV80i This Is Hollywood.. Mrs. Jones: will provide the dance music at
0i0 Ut i aA s-a sit A fnt magazine asked Verna White the Cafe Rio Piodra.
jAM. a piano-shaped bed for
eW She's working on the Buses will leave DeLe-aeps1
itu 'Msa tska. it's abi~n~.t Park in Panama City at 7 a.m.
me aymWeWd movie n IWoPtideetao. srd cmf cmm In the city of colon they will
to j0* lto beauty -o leave from 12th Street and!
n p u ra lp i k Powel st od his lawsuit Broadway at 7:30 a.m.
"-*- A siawso. to be until a int Producer Paul Gregory out
uat Rt "Foreign of ce* r an aundisclosed sum.
wdet0 our pltWr IHe sued when Gregory removed
h ats a md and his 5 rto "The s a etHlPo

sttia.: 'Ik aid rdJoa Uul'eld m si ed aky role I
uit' r'u remake -o UYTW tRinsUYr II
two ,,Cane" because of her TV ached
mBob (a J "hoestalizd l .e Next big idneter chiller UI4'TED NAtIONS., N.Y.. April
O 9:5 rs-ia the slate .t U-I iW "Tarantula", 13 (UP) The eight-power
Sfarespirs- -'ao1 aout a glant.-spider. Manila Pact and the Pacili
Ry me.t Zl.a .ded her two Charter, signed in Mansla last
flr.t.lipe. Oleas MeCarlthy'S daughter,sept. 8, wil be formally handed
MwW W k tl GhrlCobuMn was Mary Margrnet, leaves Houston, over to the United Nations to-
aked iUb1M aI cuUe- he's rPO- T.s oon for Hllywood and a day.
m ua O th reen-currently try ior a film eareer . Irene
khe orth in "How to Be VeryA yan saps the bought an edu. Ambassador rellxberto N. Rer-
la nationall toy for her nephew. "t's rano, Philippine permanent U.N.,
Sm c" ~g~/~ g tge 78-year. designW," she says, "to adjust a representative will deposit the
StT rsowbe r h Bres, child to todav's world. Any way he documents on behalf of the
or as a- ." -- puts it together it's wrong. signatories The Philippines.
Pakistan, Thailand. Australia.
Shoree North is having costune These modern glamor girls note: New Zealand. Britain. France
ttWagp lr "tk, ihs." It '.ana Wynter, the British bele and the United' States.
'ieMans 1Vt anet6e deflinely starring..In Allied Artists' "The
jutof anq r movie role origin, Body SMttcher,. wrote under The Manla Pact is a regional
giyuT4Ud 1pr her at Pox . "Aecomiplisbhients"i n her studio treaty under the terms of the
l o* eforsal are nand. 'ornb": .a h:, United Nations Charter.
g by1 bear, tl attaseb ae io ean drive a rat.
S MWor Ve salary. s of wisdom from Louis B. A nm m a q
Lana Turners 11-year-old Cheryl Mayer- "The future of motion
range ow dines oqt with her pop. pictures is not going to be influ R ELEASE
WSteve Crane, twiee a mnced as much by the size and
T rk. . Fhape oS the sereen as byi the qualil-
-' ty of the tralament it pre- T T
Gene- NeltOl'l lingering on in stats," Amen.

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NEW ROUTE SPEEDS-ALASKA BUS6ESS-A new over-
land transportation system directly linking the East and Middle
West with Interior Alaska is getting under way. The new arrange.
meant completely bypasses Seattle, Wash, traditional "gateway to
Alaska," and links the largest U. S. production centers directly
with Alaska consumers. Freight will flow north and west over
Canadian railways'to Dawson Creek, British Columbia, and there
will be transferred to large trucks which will follow the Alaska
Highway 1500 miles to Fbiabnks, Anchorage and ether Alaskan
points. Canadian-Alaskan Freight Express, Inc.. developer of the
new route. says it will cut the travel time hfom Chicago to Anchor-
age or Fairbanks from six weeks to three weeks. Upper map in-
dicates new route, and bottom map shows how major cities in
northern U. S. will be linked with it.

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jank Reluses

Its First Report


The fit report of The Chase
Manhattan Bnk, presenting the
statement of ditlcm of the bank
at the close of business on March
Pl 1955, after ceasonumtiaM of
the merger of the Chase National
Dqrk .with the Bank of the Man-
hettan Company. was made pub-
tic today tolethea with a report
of the combined earnings of the
two banks for the firs t th e'e
months of 1955 and reconcilement
of easatal, surplus, and undivided
yroflts.
Combined net operating earn-
lags, after taxes, for te first
quarter of 9s5 amounted to $10,-
623,000 or 88 cents per share on
the 12,000,000 shares of capital
stock of The Chase Manhattan
Bank. For purposes of comparison
4nly the combined net operating
earnings of the two banks in the
f.rst quarter of' 1964 we' $9,010..
OOP or 75 ctits per share on thq
same number of shares.
Deposits of The Chase Manhat-
tan Bahk on March 1M. 1S5, a-
mounted to 16.865,283,336, a o -
pared with combined deposit
total of $6,487.112,41 for the
Chase and the Bank of Manhat.
tan and the Bronx County Trust
Compary on March 31, 1964.

974.014,748 compared with $2,+
Ce7 685&5 on March 31, 1954.


I Ifnestmenta in United St rates
Government serarities on March
31. 1955 were $1,701,666,145, com-
pared with $1 362,071,89 on March
31. 1954. Cash and money due
f em bhaks smcunted to 52t.-
M1.40, compared with $1,93 5,-
492,088 on thp respective dates.
CaDital of' the bank n 'March


"1, 1955 was 1160,000,000. repre-
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P12.50 pat v6lue. Sur w. w as
,,300.O.o,' anid uindivladwofits
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tal funds itnountefc to P14,553.
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RESOURCES


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State, Municipal and Other Securities.
Mortgages . . . . .
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To Work Out Tomorrow 'Score' Board


P; Joltin' Joe Brown of New Orleans, one of the NEW YORK (NEA)- A quick
classiest and itost popular foreign boxers to cam- ein exWorld champion Gieland's
seer being exposed to Cleveland's;
pain here in years, is scheduled to return to the Herb score over the training sea-
f-' -Tum a te to fnnigrht. ^son merely backed u pwaht ev-
hmus lt.. e .. onig. . .irybody else ha s been saying
Bromer Enque artn to-i about the bullet-tossing southpaw.
day disclosed that the dusky The Giants, to a man,s aee he
.'" day diclosed am-t missUHr's a Am of
U.S. battler will be ready to go -can ths. Here s a sample of
through a stiff workout tomor ibow they rae the Scorejles o
row afternoon at the Colon Are- WHITEY LOCKMAN "I've
na beginning at 4 p.m. aWHITEY LOCKMAN "I'vel
na begwkins, a semifinal Bb n Sun never seen anybody faster than
H Kawklns, a semlflnaliton Sun- tuat kid. And what surprised me
day's scheduled program which that kid. And what surprised eol."
featuress Brown against Cuban moat was his control."
Chocolatico Villaclarenlo, will be MONTE IRVIN-"He could be-
the "Jolter's" sparring partner come one of the game's greats."
Chocolate will also go through
a practice session at the Arena. COACH FRANK SHEL L .E N
wpll once.mor put 4 S COACH FRANK SBUEL L E N.
The Cuban will once more put ACK- He's got pmaing con-
on the gloves with Daniel Ward. t rol of his taste one, although he
Yesterday, Chocolate show- L has some trouble getting the
ed vast improvement before curve across. One thing about him
large thron of lantle side --he doesn't tip his pitches."
fans. He dropped ward with a
oiud shot to the jaw. After ALVIN DARK-"He's a li title
giving Ward time to be co n- I nervous now Walt till he gets a
pletely revived, the Cuban con- couple of wins under his delt.
tinued his workout but had to That's when he'll show his best."
pull his punches the remaind-
er of the way. WLILIE MAYS "Man, how
The Havana boxer is the win- can I tell ou 'bout Score? 1
'her of four of his last five fights haven't seen him pitch yet. All 11
and hopes to add the name of s see the man do is wind up and then
Joe Brown to his list of victims. t B..OWN the ball is in the catcher's miL"
In his last outing. Chocolate JEDOJOE BROWN --
round decision to Jimmy Fordeof swer the question of which isthe o Snts
the U.S.A. In Havana. Before' better once and for al.iana IuISports
that, Chocolate had beaten Sensational amateur Sober- -
Kikaro Garcia. Zurdo Linares, to Muillo of Panama City wi Won Lost Pet.
Julian er and Isaac Logart. add color to program by ma Won LostPet.
Hawkins will meet Ernesto bing his pro debut. Marillo Tulsa ............... 3 3 .,50
Reid of 'Panama in the 147- takes on San Bias Indian Ba.- lams .............. 3 3 .500
pound eight-round semifinal by Dixon lb a four-round 126- 4 aronas ... ....... .3 3 .5;j
This is a showdown battle. These pound prelLminary. L & ...........3 3.3 .500
virtual stndstill that ended in contest w ll round out the card. I n the Five Footers' League all
a crod-pleasing draw several GeneraY admission will be on- four teams are tied.- for first
months ago. W They hope to an- lyI $1.00 (one dollar). *.ace and the final series start-
monts ago ey p edwith th e Rams defeating L
M by a score of 36-20. R. Pachcf-
S. co was high oinpter with 12
In the second game, Coronas
edged Tulsa 31-30. W. Warren
urn starred with 15 points.
In the final game the Rams
2' *defeated coronas in a well con-
1 tested game 18-15. Winston
-' Truick was top scorer with 8.
points.
"P.- Championship Playoffs control and put more on the
Won Lost Pet. rases via wqlks. With bases full High pointer (Class a)
ur Cola ....... 2 0 1.000 It Gibraltars, Bobby Adamb H. Warren.......
Gibraltar Life .... 0 2 .000 smacked the ball through the H. Grant ......;;... 67
middle, only to have Freddy W. Millett .......... 5
4pur Cola won the 1955 Pact- come out of nowhere to snag the N. Bucknor.......... 58
fl ate LeLgue Championship grounder and dutrace the run- Thomas....... 4
rday hen in a .hrlling ner tosecon for a forceout to .....
e, they came out on top by retire ;he side. Class B
arrow margn of 2 to 0. After that Ray Watson really w :Warren ...3......
S well at ded game turned got tough, seven of the next ten C. Weah ............ K
t o to be a pla thing duel be- batters that faced him struck- C ua ............ 34
i.en Roy Walon for spur Od- out. T. "0meu ........... 327
I.' and Bobby Brandon for the This was the farewell game urse .........26
IItar LIe0. for Roy Watson, a tNe powed Summner Recreation
y one inning produced anY, out in all loty. He owed only The Physical Education and
gAin$ and that was in the one hit, of scratch variety, walk- Recreation Braich will sponsor
When Bobby Dlfer got a ed only three and struck out 12. their sevetnh recreation pro-
Sticket to first and Johnny Bobby Brandon, who still has griam.
n slammed a run produc- another year to o in the league. Interested parties should re-
1-10. Brandon scored when matched Roy In the strikeout port to the Santa Cruz gymna-
Watson hit the only extra department, also whiffing 12 lium. We are working toward a
i blow of the game. would be hitters. He walked on- better program than ever.
'In the third inning. Freddy ly two.
S tuase cae up with a play that Buzzy Rathgeber, who also .A
would do credit to any major graduates this year from Little Along The Fairways
league player. Larrv Jackson League competition, collected -
Swas pae on a scratch infield bin- two hits same as Rov Watson.
gle. Watson temporarily lost his Larry Jackson was the other GOLFING GOSSIP FROM THE
________________ twelve year older weho said gnod AMADOR LADIES
.,,. bye to Little League with the
ncanto Today .35, .20 hit that spoiled Watson'r bid A "Meddl Play" Tournament
In CINEMASCOPEl for a no-hitter was played on Ladies' Day last
SWhile -Spur Cola won the Thursday,
Marion Brando.-ln championship by winning two In The winners were:
"DE 6 SIREE a row, the fans of the Gibraltar First Flight: Ethel Per ntle
Guy Rolfe in team have every reason to be Net 67; Johnnle Stovall Ne 72;
Guy R oe. n MATI proud of their team. A team that Irene Robinson Net 72 tie.
DEIXATION DIPLOMATIC" was not expected to be in the Second Flight: Alyce French
running for the title, they upset Net 65; Aline Wood Net 72.
SDEAL Today .20, .10 the dope by plucky, aggressive Congratulations to Ethel Per-
Artur d Crro. In and team play style of a game. antle on that good lme nf 7A
Arturo de C6rdova. in Hats off to Gibraltar. gross. Some of the ladies forgot
I'A AUSENTE" To the victors. This teamr set a to keep score on putts last week.
6a *. Antonio Vlllar In record that will be hard to beat. A golf ball will be given every
"LA CALLE SIN SOL" Three years ln a row they have Thursday for the least putts.
S, won the championship. They There will be a "Low Net on
proved their chamnlonshi call- Odd Holes" tournament this
,,b. er when their stellar player Thursday. It will be possible to
3aJoe Prill sustained a fractured participate in the weekly tour-
foot. They called on Johnny nament a well as qualify for
| al Maii C ~Watson to go behind the plate, a the Handicap Tournament, for
|^ L | llll~r position he never played before, those who have not been able to
| CONVL LERSE and he turned in a commenda- play a round before Thursday.
Shble Job. Please be sure to sign up and
|"S ,.,,r, TAI,,, --^ pay the 35 cents entry fee for
C HnuK& TAILUK The box score: the Ladles Day Tournaments be-
S MODEL u fore starting to play. Also, each
S l-L SPur Cola Ab R. H member responsible for nost-
III . Chase 2b ............ 3 o 0ling her own score on the handl-
S. OLYMPIC Watson J. c ........ 3 1 1 cap card. It has been suggested
.- v... t .' Watson R. p ........ 3 0 2 that ties In. the weekly tourna-
l "ALL STAR Schwarzrock as ..... 3 n n metnas be putted off rather than
i.. ~Rathgeber 3b....... 3 0 2 rolled off. Any other opinions or
EB- m k =vun--. -.." Ca dwell cf ........ 3 0 0 suggestions from the golfing la-
B BASKETBALL zeuc, .r.... .... 2 o 0 dlea wll be appreciated.
S': UH. A E S Bowen if ........... 2 0 0 inament w be held at Rodman
-Si IH 0 ES -__ -_ _this Saturday, April 16. The
.K''| 23 2 5 sign-up sheet Is on your club
A,.1 bulletin board.
.' at Gibraltar |Qualnl rounds for the


|S , fHandicap T r.mament are be-
Lomana b .......... 2 going played tils week. The fItst
Rager lb ........... 3 0 4 round played during the week
Adams ss ............ 3 0 0 will be the qualifying round.
BtaniUon p ........... 3 0 0 Watch the paper and bulletin jor
Marquard Sb .........2 0 0 pairnlag In the- Tournament. -
6 ..Stiener ef ........... I 0 0
... 4 Jackson rf .......... 2 0 1
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FIRST -IUN FOR WASHINGTON Pitcher Bob Porterfield crosses home plate' with Washing-
ton's first run in the bottom of the third Inning of the American League Opener at Griffith
Stadium. Washington, D.C. At left is Baltimore Orioles' catcliet Hal Smith and the umpire is
Bill Grieve. Washington won the game 12-5.


Elks-Sponsored Junior Rifle


Tournament To Start Satuiday


(NBA Telephoto)
IKE MAKES IT OFFICIAL President Eisenhower tosses out
the first ball aftIrtlfith Stadium, Washington, D.C., to officially
open the 1955 baseball season prior to the Washington-Baltimore
game, At right is Clark Griffith, owner of the Washington
9* _Nationals.


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MASTERS CHDMION Dr. Cary Middlecoff supplies body
English to try-* 'coa the ball Into the cup on the second hole
wile leading the rpack In the Masters Tournament at Augusta,
Ga. Shooting2 .fo;an eagle three on the 555-yard, par five
second. Middieeot'missed his long putt by inches and settled
for a birdie. ecoff went on to poet a 279 to beat out
runnerupJBen. Hogan by seven strokes for the title.


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NATIONAL LEAGUEf AMERICAN tAGUE.
teams ,W L rt, GIteon. W''L f .
Chicago 2 0 L.OS .o 1 0 ['Mo .-.
Milwaukee 1 0 1.000 %' Cleveland 1 0 150 j
Brooklyn 0 0 000 1 City l -
Mew York 0 0 .000 ItIF41 0 t
Phil delphia O 0 .000 1 JRw York -0
Pittsburgh 0 0 .000 I hlago 1 1
St. Lous 1 1 .000 etrelt 1 11
Cincinnati 0 3 ..000 3 j atimori o 0 2 I


T ODA"S GAMES
New Yo. at Philadelphia
Pittsbturf at Br.oklyn
Onlyv games .bded.
YESTEMIDAk' PMUTU
Cincinnati ,' -1900 0 00-2 7 1
Milwaukee 100 000 03x-f 8 0
Staley (0-1), Collum, Lane
and Bailey. Spabn '(-0), Jolly
and Crandall.
St. Louis 100 100 030- 4 9 f
Chicago 560 200 Olx-14 18 1
Lawrence (0-1), Schultz Ja-
cobs, Mofford and Barnl. Mnr
(1-0) and Chitl
New York at Phlladelphta,
Postponed (Rain).
Pittsburg at Brooklyn. Post-
poned (Rath).


Washing aS te.
Detroit at assa ,
Only games cduIi

nCleo so 0. fl a
STrucks (0-1), sotii an
Lollar. Lemon (1 AEl ea
Boston I NU10i6ftbts"
Baltimore 001 Uo
Sullivan '(1-0) and it
Coleman (0-1), KreUow, terra
rese and Mowr.n
retrolt 000 110 00-3 8
Kanas City 011 OO00.lx-&
Oa er (0-1), Fletcber and. Re
Wnion.. Ke ner (1-4), MlfAk
well and Astroth.
Wfngton at New 'Yori
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The time of year has come a-
round again for which the an- T A d ,
xious Junior rifleman practices -A dvalnc
improves his aiming eye, and -.
hopes to top all competition.
It is the National Rifle Assp-
elation 11th Annual Junizor /A Penlnalnlt
Shoulder-to-Shoulder R Ie I A s. P ennantJ
Tournament to be fired locally -
and in Hawaii Saturday, April
16 and in the various assigned By FRED DOWN
sections throughout the United
States on Saturday, April 23. NEW YORK, April 13 (UP) -
Scores of all shooters are comrn- It's a bit early for Cleveland and
pared and ranked for individual Milwaukee fans to apply for
and team standings. world series tickets but the In-
Locally, the match will oe fir- dians and Braves certainly wast-
ed at the Ft. Clayton indoor ed no time living up to their ad-
range, with junior members of vance notices as the major
the Balboa Gun Club Junior Di- league pennant favorites.
vision under the management D Both flashed sound pitching
and instruction of Melvin F. and dangerous 1 o n -baU
Millaid and members of the punch in their openers yester-
Cristobal Junior Rifle Club un- day to start off on the right
der Noel E. Gibson doing their foot before huge hometown
bdft to take individual honors crowds. A crowd of. 50#36 saw
for themselves and team honors the Indians breS.-i to a.5-1
for their qlub, verdict over the Chicago White
The cOurse of fire- tof the Sox while a turnout of 43,84M
match will coirAIt' o t r shots saw the Braves rally in the
fired. in the prone position and eighth Inlng withtb anid Uet
ten shots fired th etain rookie Chuck Tanner's homer
position ith i i First to dileat the: Cneptla Rti Bed'
course of fire willounl f6r In- eg' -L .*
dividual standings, follbwyd by In other ae e Kan
a repetition of the entire course City Athletics made a successful
to be counted for team stand- American League debut with a
ingst yar more than. '00 6-2 triumph over the Detroit Ti-|
Lashooters competed in the entir ge before a crowd of 32,844 in-
shooters competed inthe entire cluding -former President Harry
tournament and 700 teams were Truman; the Boston Red Box
represented. beat the Baltimore Orioles; 7-1,I
For the seventh consecutive behind Frank Sullivan's five-
year, the sectional Shoulder-tq- hitter and the Chicago Cuba
Shoulder tournament is spor- walloped the St. Louis Cardinals,
ored by the sPO Elks, Balboa 14-4. New York at Philadelphia,
Lodge $1414. Besides the medal Pittsburgh at Brooklyn and
awards given by the National Washington at New York were
Rifle Association. the Elks also rained out. Bob Lemon, a 23-
present shooting merchandise a- gime winner last season, took
wards to the winners. over where he left off by pitch-
The medals will be presented aug a five-bitter and Ralph.
by the appointed NRA official Kiner weighed in with his first
referee and representative, N. E. homer as an American Leaguer
Dillman. and the merchandise to provide the fireworks for the
awards by the Exalted Ruler of Indlans. Lemon struck out three
the Elks, Larry Chance. Presen- and walked only three as he
stations will be held following scored an easy victory over a
the match at the Elks' Home on team that beat him in two of
Balboa Road. This is where the three decisions last season.
gals and guys will be heading to At Milwaukee. the fans were
taste that delicious and most treated to even more spectacular
welcome lunch that will be heroics.
served. fflrll fnr thp t ""a- Ted Kluszewski threatened to
iert wil' he "iveeiS v o~ r4 wreck the opening day festivities
el.ntain Tn- 's v e Ai t. when he blasted-a two-run huom-
rnwa.r un rer, hisa .bM) ,)r dm A rJin
.o. flia as many .abes, teo ivethe -
slehnol:' ritif Pinre p legs a 2-1-lead in the e th in-
non-,. Tibna "l abfrhol"r ,jnag. Bvt T a W -old
-al Officer Mrs. Maxine left-handedj rwho.,-bst
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Lucky Strike,

Powells Series

Continue Tonight


pinch homer tying a major
league rco, .
and scored Me. break rnn
when Rlnk Aaron tripled off
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Luekr Strike from theVafb
Twilight League, a Powes,
wines' of the Gold Coast -tr- ci
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Lope Stadium In the second S K
a two-oet-of-threaer~eq.
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SNotices


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on tallied on Bobby Thomson
sacrifice fly. The victory Wont t
Warren Spahn while ex-Cardin
al Gerry Staley suffered the do
feat.
Kansas City made a trieam
phant entry into the A. L.
raflyin for three:rmwa in the
sixth ning to snap a .24
deadlock. Elmer Val%, piea-
hitting Afr winning pitches
Alea Kellner, drew a walk with
the bases filled to foesm I the
tie-breaking run sad twe
more talie Sfollowed m pinth
bitter Dop Beolwege'g singles
EwalhBlackwelahurtthebMi
three innings for the Athleti,
and was aided by three doubi
plays. Ned Garver was the lowa
*Tep LeUpot who hit only eight
homers all last season, hit tw
an4 drove 4n threeiuus -th
M Sox 11tade0 d e O ta
ieir seconat flght 4
.SulUva, a la-game winner i
seaso, did the rest dor the
Box, limiting Baltimore to
hits and striking oqt four bat
terk.
Dee Fondy drove in five run
with a double and a single' an
Ransom Jackson homered a th
Cubas virtually duplicated a 13-
opening day rout of the Car
dinals last year. Paul Minne
winning pitcher In last year'
triumph, scattered nine hll
yesterday and also. collect
three hits. Rookie Ken Boye
homered for the Cardinals.
Yesterday's Star Chuck
Tanner, Who tied the a.Joi
league record by hitting I
home run In hbl first time al
bat for the Braves,.

Even Withou Ted
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BS AN FRANCISCO, April 13
S(UPi World middleweight
champion Carl (Boboi Olson
and ancient Joey Maxim meet
Stonght in a 10-round, national-
ly-televsled non-title bout at
the Cow Palace with King BO o
S favored to pound out his 21st
straight triumph at the expense
of the former light-heavyweight
ruler.
Latest odds had Olson a 2-1
it choice. The fight will be beam-
'ed at 10 p.m.
SNothing l at stake other than
$10,000 which Maxim has to for-
feit If he fails to scale 175
pounds or less at this morning's
weigh-in. However, the bout is
ballyhooed as the "outstanding
fight of the year" In publicity
blurbs and co-promoter Bennie
Fiord predicts a new gate record
for a non-title affair in the
state.


SThe mark for California was
Set in 1951 when Joe Loulq and
Andy Walker grossed 596,000 at
the Cow Palace. Ford .ees to-
Bight's gross hitting 5125.000..
The fight is blacked out In a
150-mile radius of San Fran-
cisco.

Retirement Party
Planned For Irwin
Plans have been announced
for a farewell party for F. H. Ir-
win, DesinRing Engineer of the
Panama Canal .Comoany and
Mrs. Irwin which will be held
Aoril 29 at the American Legion
Qub at Fort Amador.
.'The party is hein% sponsored
i the personnel of the Engl-
gerine Division, which has been
headed by Irwin for many years.
Re Is to retire in Mav and he
$d Mrs. Irwin have planned to
,ave the Isthmus early next
toath to make their home In
Hie '.tates.
SAlthough sponsored by his
workers In the Engineering
lvision, his associates and
ar friends of the Canal or-
.itstion and others are wel-
re to attend, It was announc-

SThe retirement party s asched-
ied to begin at 6.:30 o'clock.
4 he. Interested In attending
t I been requested to call Mrs.
Di enny or Norton Ste-
b, of the Engineering DI.-
at 2-2691.

nal Taking
umTbng Bids
lds for the replacement of
it, pluintzl faculties and oth-
-rmseniliaifipu work ,In the
Eleinentary School, are
received, by the Panama
SCompany.
e work wil Include the in-
ipiktld of new plumbing in
; '18nif and the replace.
of most of the fixtures. In
oin eight of the water
Mtains in the school will be
*' .plaeed with four electric wa-
Oer coolers.
a'he bids will be opened at 10
.m.. May 18. in the Board Room
Sthe Administration Building
Balboa Heights.

ow They
.t There


I[VINGTON. April 13 (UP)
Survey of presidents of
tcrporatlons disclosed that
Than half the executives
red the top through their
' efforts. But a per cent
6leved it by the somewhat
r route of marrying the
X' daughter.


AN INDEPEND C AILY NEWSPAPER





"Let the people know the truth and the country I safe" Abraham Lincoln.


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THIRTIETH AX ANAMA. R. P., WEDNESlDAY APRIL, 195 _


Tons Of


Salk Polio


Being Rushed To U.%

ANN ARBOR, Mich.. April 13- and then it be ins to des en d. TheU.pt children will be inmcu-
(UP)--The Salk anti-polio v ac- One would see that the vaccine is atd fr at their schools. Others
cine was declared a success yes- administered to the children that will recmefi shots from their fam-
terday. Within hours tons of the are the greatest risks, thenas ji.y doctors, at a cost ranging up
vaccine were rushed by airplane r.ore becgma available towards to $U5.
and truck to every section of the both ends of the curve (of inci- dy next year, sclentlsta and
nation. dtnce). drug manufacturers disclosed,
A report by eminent scientists "I think wa would then use the every perSL in the country an-
1.id the vaccine is up to 80 or available supply to the greatest der 1. years old will have a
W per cent effective against erip advantage until the supply a n d chance to receive protection a.
pling and killing polio. the demand can meet each ofh- galast the paralyzing effects of
Its developer, Dr. Jonas E. Salk, er." P .
said the vaccine could be eve n The announcement was a medi-
more effe tive. The vaccine will sell for about ca milestone. It c I i m a x e a 17
The government promptly U. 16 for an injection series, ac- years 8f work and the spending of
cesed six firms to manufacture cording to the firm licensed to he firm eed to 2200 in battle against the
and distribute the vaccine. The manufacture It. ma' nt read f .all chiudrenSs di-
firms already had stores of the Some vaccine already had been m cases, It came at 10:20 a.m. on
cherry-red vaccine on hand and t hipped to strategic points on or- the with anniversary of the death
Immediately made preparation dersNational Polio Fon. of the National Polio Fonf President Frankin D. Roose
for shipping. u-tion. volt., wno w'- a polio sufferer.
Children in first and s e c o n d Health authorities across t h e Dr. Thomat Francis Jr., a Uni-
grades were scheduled to be the te nation were ready for yesterday's ve ty of ichigan epidemlolo-
fist to receive the inoeualations. momentous announcements of the itA Lannounced the results of his
Come will start getting their'shots vaccine's effectiveness., anayss of the biggest experno
this week. By the endof summer Hypodermic needles have been mLfti in medical histuiy whicn in
it was hoped 57,000,000 children tored, doctor alerted and nur. volved 1,830,00 children.
would bt immunized, es lined up to begin the mass Frajcis disclosed that the
Salk last night suggested a gov. Inoculations, the most massive vaL,.eaey eloped by Salk lap-
ernment agency should be set up assault on desease in history. penR.ly prevented paral y t I c
to arrange distribution of the vac- The movement was not without and kilni polio in 8u to W per
cane. position Officials in Montgome- ewt @l 4u0,000 children w no
"It -eemi to me there ought to ry County, Md., reported 4000 were vaccinated. Ths compares
be some central intelligence that parents had "absolutely refused" with an effectiveness of to per
wouldd indicate or at least suggest to allow then children to receive cmt f *or the smallpox vaccine.
v.hat should be done if not to spe. the shots. The experiment developed no
cify th- way in which one would But In most sections of the clear-cut ev'ence of etfec LIve-
approach thu problem." world, the nuws of the vaccine's ness, in presenting all types polio,
Salk said the "intelbl g enat" effectiveness was hailed as one -he said, but,"# dl prevent the
way to approach the probelm of the most significant advance. kind that letes. listing results.
would be to see that the people es ever made in medical The iorm ofi pollo that does not
'in niost danger get the vaccine science, cause paralysis -u su a y is no
first. Inside of two weeks the first,of nkore dangevpu than a severe
"For instance we know the di- 57 million children will begin rTO- coldd. -
sease is of low frequency in the ceiving the Salk vaccine against "'The vaccine works," were the
youngest. There It reaches a peak polio, pebisg words of Francis' l-3-
-.. i -.. 1 .


SALK AT NEWS CONFERENCE At Ann Arbor, Mich.. Dr. Jonas 9. Salk (rllit) and Dr.
Thomas Francis, Jr. leftl meet at a news con ference with Basil O'Connor (center) of the iNa-
tional Polio Foundation 'irior to the announcement of the effectiveness of the Salk polio vac-
cine.


Paralyzed Redheaded Mo their Thanks, God

LU... r--.. 'LJ.A lAI.l'II 4 0 i ...^ r_-_ -


dlence Research Associates! er i L'LUUgIn II er VIF eI p oareO From lo II
34 per cent started their I
s.cmpany. 11 per cent came. JACKSONVILLE, Fla., April 13 spared from polio by the Salk C. Lewis and he mother, Mrs.
throulh the ranks, 44 per (uP) Apretty redheaded vaccine. Oscar Cooper. At a rocking
/aB? heading family firms, mother, paralyzed from the neck.. bed which helps her breathe.
S'per went were hired from down, gave "thanks to God" to- Mrs. S. C, Lewis who doctors After months i ad ral hospl-
Outside. day nat her daughter will be said will ney;r walk or ait again, talks and in an lrol ltng, she was
was atrlx l t h polo lesS than permitted to return to her fam-
mm mm m m m m two years bere the vaccine was 1Y.
pronounced a success.
SBut, she sut, "I have-n room
ERfor any itrna or unhappi-
ness wheit j kRow now that my
OYchild wot-have to go through .e *
1.#what land--,,many others have
Gone througla."
0.75 0.40 I I "I an oly feel a profound
Sherwo : 1:08 3:03 5:01 6:0 9:09 p.m. sense of. atttude toward the
-- - ........- men wiho nave worked so untir-
--ingly to e)~mLUate pVolt.
1 _e .1 16 onrly thank God
for fb -l mqnl td the
i u answertO dll th at at iem
4 n 4ewa honty a few
years ago
mr a former school
e s of
-S. ou-
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SHIPP


te tI -to death
'- -- BWWbtulO


Vaccine


S. Kids

page report. It is saie, effective
That was what Francis told 500
scientists who came here 'from all
.over the country to hear the long-
awaited news
Then he weJit into a long analy-
cis of the findings.
He slid that of the 460,000 ehil-.
dten who received the cherry red
vaccine only one died. That child
succumbed saier a toul llectomy
performed only two days after le
received the second of the series
of three anti-polio shots.w
Salk, who discovered the vac-
cine at his laboratories .at the U-
niversity of Pittsburgh with the
aid of March of Dimes money lis-
tened with tnp 500 others.
Then he announced some n e w
findings he ihad made about h i s
vaccine. He said his latest expe-
riments shoved that at least'sev-
en months should pass between
toe second and third shots of the
vaccine tq produce maUimum and
post lasting effects.
In the test last summer, the
children received all three shots
a week part. Salk now believes
the third shot is more potent as
a "booster" given after a time
]MIurray sIkic further a s u d y
would be needed to determine the
"long-teim" effectiveness of t he
vaccine and he advised parents
to wait patiently for vaccine to
become available,
Salk told Rinews confer ence
later the, va cce to be used ip
inoculation l spring and sum-
mer is an "improved" variety
and would be even more effective
than last summer's.


He sa d he believed children
should be vaccinated between the.
ages of three and six months, the
age at which they lose the anti-
bodies sher acquire from their
mothers
The medical men and scientists
= athered- If an ornate university
flall for the occauon took
the good mews calm. he first
word of the results hadd-Jben dis-
closed to newomen before the con-
ference began.
Only one was thee any show
of excitement by the assembled
scientists. That came when Salk
was introduced to read his report
on the vaccine. He received a
loud ovation from his colleagues.
Salk's family sat calmly through
the proceedings.
alk will receive no royalty e a
from psle of the vaccine on
which he *worked long and tire-
lessly. His work was a contribn-
iens to humanity financed en-
tirely wit the fund of the Na-
tinal Pleo Foundation. '
The mass test alone cost 10 nill.-
linM dollars, and the. foundation
has contracted to spend an addi-
tional 3 million dollars for 9 mil-
l-on inoculation doses for c h i 1-
dren this summer.
The 1,8,916 children who par-
ticipateo-in the mass testing were
merely statistics in the scientific
report. They eventually will learn
vhether they were among th e
460,000 children who actually re-
craved the vaccine.
An additional 210,00 children
received dummy shots, known as
"placeboe.'1 The rest m e r el y
were observed.
The test children who did n o t
receive ats. 1astyear will be the
first to t s h elated this year.
Dr. HaIt Van Riper, medical di-
rector th e polio foundation, said
it was "undecided" whether the
fotndasti's ou imnmuniza t o10
program -iwld follow Salk's re-
,ommeddation for two shots a
week apart and a booster seven
monthss la ,
Francis' report was a maze of
It employee every device known
,o the science of statistics in as-
luring sbsolute sclestifc accura-
Its findings were so complex.
most of them could not be of the
positive yea or no variety.

Joscho Heifetz
Arriving Friday


Noted'qat oinlst*fascha
effets It'p to arrive In
anaima for several hours'
bay befr vt for Quito,
The Sitety of Panama
i coftf pents for
bewel- ..violintst to give
mne o e sometime in
lay O iwrtu here. next
donth. -
0e2 nd Ouateinal,
S~lS~lfdhDuesa.


IT'S THAV Tflt OF TEAR President EMen hover takes ti p.out 1 I lo
,oungsters parktcipating In the traditional JU.iUr Monday egg rbllafeg foaes W'tli
house lawn .


46.6


A youngster' ba In 1654 had the prospect of living to more than twice the age of a fre r bora
in the period 1879-89, according to a recent survey made by the Metropolflan Life Insuranee Cxi Oa
pany of its Industrial policy holders. As News art ebows life expectancy has InacrMd teadaly
to 1954's new high. Actually, life expectancy of a 194 beay would probably be higher. beeiue '.
; may be expected that In the near fture I ence will achieve further striO ia prolonging


SROLL-ON ROLL-O.FF-This plaxpglw model of a new type roll-ou, roll-ef argo Al lws b
military ve;hcles can be driven and stored or boald without the use 4f cranes.. tbe frAt Ahip oJ
this kind, it was designed tr peclial use by the Navy's Military Sea Transportaton Servies.
ie estimate that more than 300 keeps tanks and mobile mdunts can be parked n .the two
holds.of the five-deeked,40-foo ship. With the help of five entrances, two o b'dde
and'one In the stern,. loading-and unloading time can be greatly reduced. A. traf do
.with .lights also speeds up the operation. George .. Sharp. Inc., New/York marn sa
designed the vewsaL Only one prototype is now planned and it should be completed by 4ts


Big Three Envoys

Powwow With

Austran Minister
MOcow, April 1 (UP) -
United a t e s ambaasasdor
Charles E. Bohlen and weattrn
Big Three diplomats met today
with Austrian foreign minister
Leopold Fial who is in "Moscow
lacussing Austria Indepenl-
ence with Soviet governmuai
officials.
Figl received Bohlen, British
Ambassador Sir William ayte
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