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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]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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To, Capitol; Spark

WASHIGTOON, April 16 -
(UP) Formr Pkesident Tra-
man rolled into town clipper
as 'ever today to 'see somer old
friends, check up on his b-an k
credit.@and help ppen.t he .1956
Democratic presidential ca m-
paisn tonlggt.
The man from Independence'
beamed with. pleasure as ,
and M-i,. WElM W le5r d


testimonial dinner for Speaker
Sam Raylurq, He advised re-
porters to ',wait and see"
whether it will be a "stem-
It probably will be. The Ray-
burn testimonial is a repla c e-
ment fbr the Jefferson-Jackson
dinner Democrats have staged
here tfor years as a warm up
fo. the coming political ca m-
ffl Thne gueqpt lit of 3,000 is
Whtb 61 the party faith-

aim or W.. .* V V3,. very um, At .eetin. o the D e m o-

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- haone n eve- hn ft or ro-elettr
I there fl al b Ily can do Partl treasurer Mahew M-
vibe do anytime, anw e, any tess se W e can't Bt, Ike tr

there with bells on to help in director of women's tivtie

the larle in of hh life said the hit out atWhat she called the
e who ht ma- President's "muddle o the road
,If there -anytHing I can do Party treasurer Matthew MC-
to .brhis fl-bt a in near- program. -tm ltm s busi-
victory nyte, ge any essMr. Trum We can't, pr eat Ike d to
pladvce yoips oan bespeech h"ta be it s 'it comle Lus," shhaid atlm
there with belver t onto help station thadirector of w men's tiviust as,
any postible.wLTZ can-paflicu- director of women's activities,
larI y In A1" he said. hit out at what she called the
The ITromef".PesiWent, maX- President's "Muddle of the road
Ing his first rlituee in near- program."
ly ayear, refuaBti give any Mr. Truman, prepared to
advance tips on &1 speech he "take It as it coma," said at
will deliver tonight at a b ig the station that he was "just as

Adm. Stump Flies

Well-Guarded Chou

Reaches Indonesia
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DJAKARTA, April 16 (UP) reliable sources said today.
Chinese Communist Premier The sources said that Sir
Chou En-lal 'arrived here ear- John Kotelawala, Ceylon's prem-
ly tonight for the Asian-Afri- ier and chief delegate to the
can conference and received a Bandung conference, will ask for
wild greetirig from J a k a r t a' s proof by word and deed from
Communist Uhinese community. Communist nations that t h e y
Indonesian authorities sealed will not resort to aggression
the airfields here and at Ban and subvtasion.
dung with heavily armed Mol-
eft) meet$ Queen Wisabeth as diers today and barred Amer- Meanwhle, Israel sent a
g at a Command Performance lean diplomats In an effort diplomatic note to C e y 1 o n,
to prevent any "sssasslnatio n askmtg It to turn down the
attempt" against Chou. expected Arab State's demand
The unprecedented restrictions for discmssion of the Palestine
were eased occasionally as dele- question at Bandung. Is r a el
Sll i gates arrived constantly for the has not been Invited.
ORiel t r UlN 2a9-Nation Afro-Asian conference (Nehru's five principles stress
which opens here Monday put mutual respect, peaceful coexis-
they were quickly clamped back tence, nori interference In in-
on when tne visitors left the eternal affairs, a m o n g other
S. field, things.'
) l A IChou flew here from Singa- hns
Cam paign pore where his plane was forc- e's Dancers
,. W ed to land because of bad W te's Dancers
happy as I can be" living at his weather.Hehad left Rangoon, Perf
home in Independence, Mr. But Burman an Aifor India char flight t o Perform For
with a glance at those on ha Djakarta but stopped briefly m Boy Scout Benefit
,,"I misthese splendid people.".Singapore.
miss those grsplendid peo Indan prime minister, Jaw a- The eighth annual presenta-
were former Secretary of St haral Nehru, Egyptian Premi e r on of "Un With the Show" by
were andformer ecretary of tate- Gamal Abbdel Nasser and Bur- the Dorese Walies School 01
Dean cheson and former Dem- mese premier U Nu arrived to- Dancing has been set for Fri.
ocratic Chairman William M. gether from U Nu arrived to- day May 6 at the Balboa thea-
Boyle J r. tion talks at Rangoon with tre, starting at '7.30 p.m. The
Chou. The three traveled on proceeds of the show to go to
Immeately aer We arrival, Nehru's plane, the Himalayan the Canal Zone Boy Scouts.
the former dent went to Princess. Tickets for the show went on
the Nationa 'Bank of Wishlag- Extra security precanuti on a sale today, and are available
ton "to see i. f my credit were,put in force when Chou from all of Mrs. Waltes' pupils
ood." The head of the b a n k, landed at Singapore, and the at 75 cents for adults and 50
Wilmer J. Waller, Is treasurer e the ai was seald e ats.-.for child.
Wurized d o o b Sts fpr ad a
'ot the -r TWhaer 's ~ws bleo f ine .r- N' W itORK m apM ( .
They conterred Ien munist sereueeot praUe beyond 6 4L 40@ i e arl Sd tureatS tw
fle from Ch. ptl nand h bMaet, an tet. dancing in
Mr. Truman was smiling meed him .1 as he atrode a- e.Q TU b#..Wtha C
when he left the. bank: After- eross the Tarma". na u.one ane d Panama young
ward he went to his hotel where Airpot officials said Chou's tert from to 17 years mak-
he chatted with more old Chartered Douglas Sk y m a ste r ing up the entire cast.
friends. landed because It was not pres-
surized and could not fly above Sta Stripper
He said there wate'no chance the bad weather. Nehru's plane tu ripper
whatever" that he Would a e e was able to fly over the storm. NEW YORK, April 10 (UP)i
President Eisenhower who is The extra precautions w e r e A 52 year old rear a iral
at his vacation retreat in Au- taken after Peiping accused the strinpel of his reank Adrd
gusta, Ga. The two have not United States and Nationall st ratuns, today facei a. term in
visited each other since Mr. El- China of sabotaging an Air In- the brig.
senhower entered the W h I t e dia plane which crashed ina t 0 Arthur Ward Hunt was arrest-
House. the South Chia Seaast Mun- ed by the FBI yesterday .for i 11-
day with eight Chinese Commu- lgally wearing the uniform of
Mr. Truman told reporters he nists aboard, a U.s. naval officer.
is for Adlal E. Stevenson f o r Ceylon will ask Co m "r u n 1 s t Hunt said his admiral's stars
the 1956 Democratic presid e n- China -to give proof of its sin- were taken from a motorcycle
tial nomination. He said he cerity before India's celebrated jacket, and his campaign rib-
plans to. take an active part in five principles of coexistence be bons were cut from colorful
next year's campaign, accepted as Asia's guiding rule, neckties.

Visa Children's Home Is 35 Years Old

ihbeAt Shults Friday completed 35 years of lidly-constructed three story
roobIdi alt h e for orphaned building which mas made pos-
SVisaChamildren'skasena girls. sible by Edwin Gould, a philan-
ied as4result hide's .300grl&s have been rear thropic New Yorker. it is locat-
f a s-teear-old or- d at th4e ornesince Its found- ed on two lots donatedd by Minor
ik a and -pro-'Ing AprIl 5, 1920. C. Keith, of the United Fruit
Sy si ris;, n Th m e' consists of a so- Co., and Dr. Thomas Brabeur of
Operated by-the Episcopal Ca.
thedral of St. Luke in Ancon,
the home, near the Bella Vista
beach, provides food and shelter
aor girls no matter of what reli-
-lon who have lq9st one or both

" To be eligible' for admission
the orphaned girls must be no
younger than five and no older
than eight years. If the relatives
pr living parent of the child can-
pot afford It, the home charges
vio fee for its services. Parents or
,relatives who are able may make


small contributions towards the
child's upkeep.
When request for admissialon to
the Home are received, the first
step is an investigation into the
applicant's economic condition,
and only those found in dire
straits are accepted, if and when
the institution can provide ac-
-The keep of the home is made
pqssble mainly through the
generosity of many Zonianf who
are giver the opportunity to
demonstrate their spirit of good
nethghborliness by contributing
to this charitable organization
in Panama.
In addliton to contributions
from a number of Panamanian
families, for several. years now
Panama's Ministry of Labor and
Social Welfare has been provid-
ing the homewith sum ppvro-

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Ing costs.
For the last 29 years the home
has been run by Miss Claire E.,
Ogden, who Is lovingly address-
ed as "Auntle Claire" h by her
Miss bgden has been more
than an aunt to tl eS00 or s',
girls who have passe4 through
the Home. She has ufered the
anguish of a mother when her
child is sick, she has been mm-
panion and counselor and has
shared in the pleasure and joys
of her '"nieces.ys
Auntie Claire has not only
converted the Institution into a
real home where hundreds of
girls are lovingly trained and
educated, but she has been able
to get local scholaresups for
some of her brighter Wards In
schools like the Pan-Amerkia
Institute, where seven qria
from the Home are enrolled.,
Miss Ogden's assistant is Miss
Carmen Diaz, a PgnamUsnan
who entered the Home. at an
early age as one of Auntie
Claire's wards.*A graduate of the
Pan-American Intitute, she
has been Miss Odgen's'asstant
for the last 14 year.


Rout Loyal


BAIGON, Indochina, April 6S
- (UP) --Guerilla tighiers of
long haired Gen; Ba Cut have
routed a company of the regu-
lar South Vietnamese Army and
today tightened their rip on
West Cochlachina by winn in g
over garrisons from a series of
mall outposts.
The dissident troops combat-
ting Americanbacked premier
Ngo Dinh Diem today pushed
spearheads' up to the Cambo
dian frontier blocking the Inter-
national Armistice c o m m i s-
alon's flying squads at Its head-
quarters in Tan Chau, 80 miles
wist of here.
Combining Its guerrilla tac-
tics with threats of reprisals
the 8l-year-old Hoa Hao sect
Gen. Ba-Cut has succeeded
in taking lato desertion a high
number at outpost garrison,'
French army sources said.
Reports reaching here from
the lower Mekong River area
said national army units were
under ceaseless attacks of Ba-
Cut's snipers.
In a running battle along the
highway from Long Xuyen to
Chaudoc, ten loyal soldiers
were wounded.


Rebel casalties were not
known. -

The large-scale desertion of
the provincial guards who walk-
ed over-to the rebels with, arms
and equipment has greatly
weakened government defenses
along the rebel-controlled 'area,

E. Germans Reject

Road Tolls Talk

Demand By West
BERLIN, April 16 (UP) -
East German communists in
effect today rejected a west-
ern allied demand for four-pow-
er talks.with the Soviets on the
road tolls tor trucks bring I n g
supplies to Berlin.
The "Neues Deutschland," of-
ficial Communist party n e w s-
paper, advocated In a f r on t-
page editorial high-level West
German talks on the matter but
said the Western powers had
no right to interfere in an in-
ner German matter.
84inultaneously, the Commu-
nists today imposed severe
,checks on East Germans trav-
eling to West Belin on the ele-
vated railway which runs in to
the city.
Travelers reported nine per-
sons were .arrested by board e r
police. Reasons for the arrests
were not known Immediately.



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AUGUSTA, Ga., April 16 (UP) Admiral FelI
Stump. Commander-in-chief of American forces in tUi
cific, made a flying trip* here today to report to Pres
Eisenhower on the general situation in his command,:
ticularly Formosa and Southeast Asia.
Asked, after his one-hour meeting at the -
tiohal golf club with Mr. Eisenhower, if he
assessment of Red China's "intentions,"
with a slight smile, "If I could, I'd be better to'
Stump planned to return quickly to his hi
at Pearl Harbor after conferences at the Pe'
Washington. He flew back to the nation's cepif
Navy plane immediately after his conference i
Asked if there was an emergacy connected
flying visit to the President, Stump replied emph ic
"None whatever."

Meanwhile in London it was But hopes for a relVvalS
reported that the United States Formosan diplomacy were-S
and Britain have agreed to a- ned on Ne-ru neetiBng
wait the outcome of the Asian- Chowu En- at'Bandung.
African conference at Bandung -
before embarking on new diplo-
toatic moves forr a Formosan Wj Om Lapl

utiiatl a piTn ttitu4d wquld
be tra true*arangement. NEWYORK, Apr11 -

chou heads the Red Chinese
delegation to the parley which
Nehru leads the Indian mis.
sion to the talks.
The Pelping government has
remained signifleantly talent
on recent seundings for a for-
mal or taeetle seaflre in the
troubled Fornesan strait, In-
fbrmed London sources said.
British diplomats who in pasu
weeks have sounded out the
prospects of a ceasefire formula
with Moscow and India, have
since had to admit that the
moves got nowhere.
Officials here have stated that
Red China has remained totally
unresponsive and the allies
have run out of Ideas for a set-
tlement in the face of Peiping's

No Views Barred
NEW YORK, April 16 (UP) -
Carmelo Molina, 36, will spend a
state-sponsored summer oi lthe
banks of the Hudson.

-A texie strie hit
e land today. Some 25,00
ers in the cotton-rayop I
picketed 24 New Zngkn
after rejecting manage u-
mands for a four-to-
hourly wage cu m et
ern compeuoj ,
The new walnN I
beels of a
trin derall uent .
bound Nashville,
and 8 Lou
Fred Whitem e
I manager of the St
Sthe derailment "eoudl
have been done by railro
B or somebody acquainted .
peraUions at the pont
the track was
SThe Dixie flyer left|
last night near
Stlon, Aenn. Whiten
t only I&.4

juries. -t
The twOatl kers
Amembbro l -t

met with labor an
SUM&^Mad~a ^

Judge Carmine Meto yes-
terday heard buargl Ah- argMes -e
against Molina Lw a 'a ut.
chole. of serving def at "- strike
Sing fling Prison or the Riter's about n-operat
Island Penitentiary in the East 'ploy of tour
River. Nashville and a
railroad_ tnabdt s the
When Molina chose Sing Sing' SL L. Whole train ders
the judge said, "that's a wise Whitemote sMld that
choice. In Sing Sing at leastjouI were removed from thi
get baseball, television and and it wa "d.tlqitotl
breezes from the Hudson." tage."

The Home's girls at o homage
attend the Jeofl$a bM plap
School and are taken so t.A
from the Home t small bus..
owne4 by the orphanag.
Incorporated under t hi
of Panama in 190. the hogme is
governed by a boar dof dfim- -
tors which meets oned yearly o
aleet an adminlstratfve- eard
which meets once a month to
discuss and solve the problems
of the orphanage.
The administrative board is
comprised of prominent persons
of Panama and the Canal Zone,
who dedicate a part of their
time to the Chrattan ta k of ..'- -
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Not tone Jike that horrendous rattlin R t I
makes as it diankoff on spne fbredb rd :r
along on square wheels while nervous taxp'"priA
parishionetO aleoa the way -rour h I quivering .hxay
behind ashoa -. ad old bottle ars./
About the -ony true muSilat ne in fltes iHlUka
is the soft sound. ithte air leakingg ot of the ti et it
didn't come hei to et involved n Helfettalk aboutRed's
iowdy affront to lbetrolt holds dear.
,The sortof tone I was thinking about wast re sAd
graces stuff, hike being'ible to. extract the tbe fro dftep
in the bow withut"i ring of suds remaining roai d-th
nostrils, and other such a complishments theytanch: you
In girls, finishli teohooes, whichj'm told are places whre
young females fi being irbs. t. -
/ forget who told m th s. Believe it wa s*om 'type
who said shseqamfJrom Bryn. Mawr, whtic I know tobr. a
soot-ridden Welqh cial anI iron Htamlet.-She did ft. m
to hold the same vwlBs at another former Welih Mid do01
mine type 1 once thr&*ihl a thought or two. around with,
name of Aneurin btvaer but Ny oomes from tlra4gar
which is in a different valley to Bryn Mawr'and I ImRtagi
that explains thesdiffren e
I do rtem fpi4, thoughh, that the BrSn Mawr
exhibit didn't hernm p. siliooesis marks1 on. the face
which are so di mtg4 hd a hbertage.f i sn-u uls liard
coal pits. .. ,.. -
Talking of uiftosfoi, he Br Mawr lun l16oa l" (h
mighty fine condition, but that's two other thing, and
what I'm trying to6 rt to thbi. oo mn ls dignity and
tone, so stand anide, here I go. .. .
Well, I started looking through the Panbma American
for traces of tone, For a while didn't find much except for
a bit on the sports page which said that Yogi Berra Itended
to go right on reading comic books if he felt like it, no mat-
e9r what. This shows again that there are some pern)anent
and stable truths in this world, no matter how Nye Bevan
may try to hangp them. : L. .
Didn't find any otltr stable truths In the sportspage.
As mendacious and misleading a heap of misinformation as
ever came out of any stable, and I've still got the tote
tickets to..prove it. -'k'
Then I piowled on through the literary thickets ti 41
came to a thorny patch labelled "Social and Otherwise,'
and what do you know, the place was muddy with culture
and tone and the natives soggy with self-estert .
Just the -model I'd been looking' for. and to prove
that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery I'm" go
to have a social:column here just. like that one was, -only
With other people, because I had never heard of any of
those people.that Social arid Mothering thing was about,
except for a tellow named Paxson who I rem bebr was
a Boy Scout, and someone called Ambassador. -
I'm pretty sure I met' someone, ,t.,mt,MPe once,
somewhere round here, butioan't ptace the oircumstanoes.
I only remember it wat all profoundly uncG.Wfw'tOie.
as I was wearing- socks and a tie- and Lord know*. w*f%*,
superfluous symbols of appeasement. of the ttxilt.rades
hung all over me. That's hopwJ remeqbey thqgame AmIN
bassador. -., .: -,I -,, g-, *w ;&
" .-' TiW nflMterious unknown In 1.6ool0 4 nd eOtrw
werg doing just the things 'that the p dpl I o h I 4dt,
I realized that tone is all around the place, if you can .
recognize it.
For instance, -there' was something about a reception
from 4. to 6 p0m, TTht'a.got nothing on them chps I'm
in holts with down at Fuerot y Luz. They'll reoe l.the
stuff all day long.ji you've .ut it, exop ft aO unlh hour
break. I don't think 4 p.m) p.m. rcbttlon' ie much
to boast aboo% alongLlde the owier of Darkness.
Then there was a bit a out Mr. and- Mrse What.did-
they-ever-do-tht-mattered h ving returned with their cbil.
dren from a weekendd at El aile.
That's mpa-hktvemreqt? That's something for ,the
paper? Why, only the other y I met a guy who'd re-
turned quite on his own, no co ching by wive or children
or anything, fi am a year in Gamboa. Helty he looked,
too. In the best of spirits, and alertly int sted in his
fellow citizens about him.
Asking when they were going on Stateside leave this
summer, what, their address was, whether anyone was go-
ing to live in their house while they were away, and comn-
munity minded inquiries of that sort. .
El Valle, fopeooth and only for a weekend. That's
man-bites-hotdog news.
And some foolish female (as which isn't?) gave a
dinner for a clutch of chirruping hangere-on. What's ,the
use of publishing the free loading schedl e after the eventlt
To be any sort of community service, these hamburgeprfes
should be toasted at least 1 day in advance. Only takes
bmit a day, but a allow living on pre-paydhy minwles
tks time to adjt entails to another d t.
I Fa ir -l."J to n item about a couple of
sII eie porep d to be gi'Y a arty.to
Imark their ng Mnniversary. N*v eard sa-.

fl w.g.pry rg regrt ,hda..Mtm t a I
Ir/ ft m .yself admitt -r mnedi.inal alem to them to
tuI t o t ae tellcrielde ad depar.
Only flow know ho pproaches wedding an-,
niversaries with any Is a guy who celebrates the an- ...
.niversary of the dEy t dante who nearly had him phewing
orange blossl u.ppS and' married om.e unwary passer
by. t1us sparlinkr gm oolate from the'fate that ia worse
than death, I. *. Woimh. .
Finally there w something about one of those tribal
rft* they Iball danes, where guys are drafted to serve as
ros bn fer women with a crazed Impulse to run around

ot lea.ba-.ltooldnw with particular attention to

Me, I cant see. It. If gqople went exelcse, they aw
always go and ohase each Uiter roumd a '.sul tee. can'tt
they. Maybe from the feudal .mpart tee. seSt.t ot-
Ins are heeded, this wouM be fnw d e-W tl
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ptfct way only along
th Omre e m .e sun can
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Open Walking
*ncamones sb Tck Into the
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had diseoua the under-
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msOpen and easy to walk
S One oe t.as terned the for-
esat and spent a few hoUrs stroll-
Ms- t, it, the uneness vanLih-
S fr -it Is th unfamiliar and
th aewn at We fear, nnd
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Forest Sounds
'It Is that way too 'wQt th e
sounds one hears in the foWest
at. -igt Learn what creature
akes the und and it becomes
a friend..
A.'zm.plte is a lnght sound
w 'it eVeryqne has heard who
ive.s ear a bit of woodland or
brushy tale-a series of tram-
boud r and faster, ad
endroppn off suddenly.
The s a certain alarm-i
ing quality thit demands atten-
tion. One wonders what myste-
rious creature can be the au-
thor of that call.
Little Ti mou.
,'B t.- l his faceand learn his
name and the mystery vanish-
es. Who could hare other than
a friendly feeling toward the
Little T'aamou, a stdbby-talled
bid like a plump little Guineas
t phds msafe On the
round -n th thlqgke uand er-
Once one know the singer his
sang becomes a friendly song
and one refoces with him as
he -whatles at the moon.
The., aren't too many birds
that SLg at night, but Is must
be admitted that gutting to'
know them ties a bit of doing.
Screech Owl
Most of the owls are -fairly
easy to recognise. One In parti-
cular, the Ohollba Screech Owl,
Us common around habitations
and .ay. often be heard at
night. Its call.. stata with a sort
of bubbling, pWiring sound and
ends with a louder "hoot."
From a distance the purring
sound Is not noticeable, only
the final note.
er owl always seems to
beLt, a mr when he ca Is,
ansnus himself with a
tne ...Id,-hoots run togeth-
er 0o r pidly they sound like

te ot0e1r Ml cab isn di-.n
rMrWeto ,tt-ree or four low,
dtto "whr ". sounds.
Stwl'ngl menoh, both
.tbM attu 0ed .to tae
Owl, and so ftar as.I
^ h e tr has never been

mxiNlall head .me tod e
ele..w ayr the e.ther.-
B .BX i Owl is uite
wa. ba -l- brown chest band.
Mrm.A bhas several repr e-
60i ,veof-the family of birds
1%3 G OMatekars. This
Whr. Ides the well known
W-.r-Wlill of eastern Unit-
led All sae- night singers
Ait at dusk ad dawn
; +n t numerous here
- l.uo one with the dif.
Q .aaame of Pmwsque. It
AL s-my be herd at dusk,
Ifls during the night, but
IM ,_t _._ at daylight. t

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scWarey head pawnig a mo-
ment or t between each note,
and you w have somMe idea of
the meaning.' A' Wommon
name for this Wotto t P 'oo r-
Me-One" Jamaicap dialect for
"Poor me all alone"
Many people still believe that
the cry of Poor-Me-One comes
.from the Sloth, but that h a s
be disproved long ago.
MUIsm X. Lufidy of Balboa
has seen the Potoo spging abd
has written in' absbrblng ac
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d. Iapklns at eh.i place cover enagement anomevuameims,
Red of rold-and-white esrdbeard wedding bleUjiI jligs.
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BY KAI SHERWOOD For this setting, wc used a wed-
NEA Staff Writer ding bell adj gold ring for the
2, I rcackground, and metallic letters
better excuse for a gay to spell out the nates and wed-
V.wiar, than one to announce lding date. A white ribbon bow,
agemMnt of a sweet young riwreaded through the lop of 'the
IbA the man of her dreams. bell, joins a. spray of iMy-oEthe-
p can Ieep the secret until valley peeplig out from under
Wtvy, It's fun to sprlr.g a mitr- he plat Cl gold cardborad ring
on, guests to reveal the hap- is cut the same size as the base
i; ''lI the plate, A wedding bell cut
Way to spread the news is from white cardboard is pasted
r the guests as they enter, on the ring. If you're artistic.
A rim and crow: "Look, diaw or pain the news on the
I hooked him." This may hell. A white floral centerpiece
lM,.man honest. strairghtfor- will point up the lily fawtrb.
on But. the mother or1 Clear glas, plates, which can
is hostess is ex- Lost as llttl as 24 cents, coupled
ohserve more closely with decorative devices under- e
'altiei of sociala useage. death mrke such an effective sdt- t
wi.- a friend of mine ting (and with so little effort)
ra dessert supper to an- that I plan to experiment with it
engagement, we work- on other occasions. A summel'r
table setting that will lunch table, for example, us ng
a secret until all the pastel-tLited up cool and fragile
Sseatea. It's simple to under a see-through plate. Uight s
owqddn leW-der, try them, too, over fat green or ,
'e~ b Ate a _, leav.,s that rpet level tl
wIie .S1 Z. low l.ow

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iri;es and were for
to Panama. We aie -
r step bphed of U.S. con
I are lated this year
EJB 00of this creamy,
en fruit now ripen-

whd pay fehan to.
rage between twM t
aplect, depennge
and how
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,shPah. It hs a patr-
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Beauty, k everything else. Grace Kely and Eva Maee Make-up for look willt hnds. For r p ced helpkeepour tirt clean ndathe irtm4r
oes in yces We are now just Saot, two very genteel young Pobably be o less make it A move to a new
mert from a tune when beau diesi are a very popular cos but simoe less obvious atea tn and fe e
was a somewhat flamboyant t re brush to the menaces complete 1 y reased eyelids and And the rett lad turns out P Of
Th Itaan ar with, wngla gd my heasts rd my thik

ere parts of th them what you will Iy ti Sa Spoke cup. Might practice ..
With the Italian boy and gamin loe a the way of last yea'.Ms n each ride, remove trail n the idi J bi e

Th.-next cycle wouldlogieally w i tl ad /sadra.!sn msna ....py |sh
fashions, the ldy-like ook .i to. t he o. Lol(lt center) f rom blo. Rich ash cream (rlbt en Ts In t
feminine eyes are a major part of this isty beauty. To find I iows and lids a natural shem. T4 manke eyes leoo krgotr (ight) They should be't'ashed cne a conplexloU

he wind. The Pari look of the o would your ha regularly e. t P
where brows should start lu-l.a),she;slie w- rzu weekrl --ow-need x-- or. Iy kae ,'

SIt. Whit e. automatic cr w r y an-M oftenaing as she loolr. It Did eouum r yt
Beauty, erytie Kellu y and Eva Mare Make-up yor .brow ok l w in *lnds. For a me oraed will help keep is the your way." .#air clea
os in cyces We are now just o1,, two very genteel yog probably be no less make VuPbendmove toA e
wemgU from a time when beau- l ,, are a very popular con- but simple less obvious.' 1*iteaKd31*6nadft
as a someWhat lamboyant reput to the menaces, complete h thblackly ease eyelis an An if the etty lady trns out whhelpsher husband interest
The Italian *irt rture, etc. will Wi gaits. terert-th -a-ree the false eyelashes bow, to be loo, and may think so,
omantic eye make-uprma There ae the straws. ap of youes will be feminine and prior you're against set.
Sports of this. them what you wi.youbro tiost valiant a pokeeffcup. rMight pr

i If you're B glassesn-forot, bould ftart hold a straight line ,- y Chalk is president- ohelop"bntr t.. ta, ..
Sl- w ,ia .feel like buying a p fuchastngromur e side of your nose For rapidly growing Baby Trans-Carbbea rlnes, and progr o. .
dee rir tone fr nd clean out the area in be there is now a grow-bib. Its have married or 24 .
Syou wearingglasseht. But tim than Breen. Use a professional tweez ade of trry cloth and is c years. This line is o na
S.l k Theastherwe.Trawywrohew.dis r B ush to AeroviaasB PanamA site lnDgM. which
rom what ou may consider handle for a firm grip. Pul has treamly attached to th Arw the newA hich n Pan ee

Wthe Itali o nd amint though they'rerobably the way the hairs grow bottom. . uera th w ile a te ne, h launching out onniaOTO i
We=on re o .th For oote gfoomng without a table length, steamers It ha l been very uch In the as.p ofer of the
ff emini eyes ire a or p mareou ent r of t th l he e ar| news lnatel on account o attract- beala sorry
It l Is matar e .. t g on the brows and lids to rgive Baby's neck low rate and from b.ami. y like "i help 1-
arsootyMerteandml Bd't evereyto Ryum vedlstl o". ?,s
*ItHa e' ie siJues the ou toot.., todaren h A day for everything is some n t is because oas he looinautra- e .i0 ,in
thue nail surface l os t pane your thbrowfley in r a mn's oli. botees ken an ea a or ren ."
ueut. on pcolis. Aea curle"iththen a S asti D. onwhich mo Chak es they kald otf idow yom eto u woay .. ,
oaty, eisture Kelto. ani e u Cur lashes wll make the evr ld Baby hold up that wifty n ary next month. Ir t sa danger'rt ple-tuKar 'p6.
Sn Ia poas ?tancte, fitor n t h>es untee o oom .uner side of the bowae nor safety ps c ibnes ase nb a nll. nle .
turen ianicui, .%e vo want tu collect stragglers .oigt upr against all but Babya In Ott7 a goo othe' &andJ ecqlant Itfl .=ati
f w a s a fd out where yourmroe most valiant efforts4?.h h.al iret ste. n o I
INyou're a gaics.enfor-wotouldtart. hold a straight lineerad r g mn pra.
las n-four pickup from each ide of your nose For a an la an nnMtat-rlifl, and progres Ot J ue1 r
deep-_ter richatoe yof w si ck for ind clean out the area in.be- .Ieria is now a grow-bib. I t ariedfor4 o "

,.. bil.y, thoUgh they're probably the way thn hairs grow. bottom. It fnds underneath W willbe inaugurated next month launching oton o
.v.y.11rohtmig. For smooth grooming Without a sultabre led-th, steamers It hai been very Mueh'in the hda:penty ofg
a u ah m gh two holes and tie around news latchr ,onhaccount.,aof ItMibealoef WniNd dUM *
ewdwaePaaloorotehe-- -a ?"X wouqvely "been. Brush itr --n- l 5 .', .. r '
.ou.ha.. .alf sho a a.t.' 'tdwt.iwewater are I.
the lashes, too, to darken the A day for everything is some- It is because of the inaugura- ood IR
vas.etyo nailots, save l e lf crling. I Sfety Pin Day. How. panamaali they are staying Home sweetobe
eurwtev did Baby hold up that nifty untiarly'nextmont. a a
t.al PoW&s.p ou can _Vas.for" 'e. bio and. If youthey number before safety pins coh measure ano business prepared for rgis
our avery~e, thick I yoll may have t upritripef1ort "of them, sinclare
'dof them. s auheesyour beroIM most v iant 1849-incefare .i

otews._wlhl ttnihSheuleandsmean ainst sb.tlifessentiala or ben.
what my conider asors andle or a irm grp. Pul heratreums attahed t

Jiow444atk Un flNatiu,4i ket
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A tisket, as tasket, you're a t to accessories. They also hold bread, lba
d a basket almost anywhere. Ia garden flower bouquet '.a a I a
Bi baskets, little baskets, round vase, or fruit. I ab
assets; opee o ope ed and closed Big basks scooped out like he
ones al!' ar, puabshing otso- the basins doubto- tables and bench-;iui
scene. Sometimes they' u d as in Ode tad eitha e* F respect
little accessories; often asT able is a wicker .I *but six feet.,
pieces ot furniture. long which obera to floor by on,- i,
ly six-to-l lWThis looked
Baskets may have a foreign ac- roomy enot. hodall the 8un- y1
eant mainni' Oriental) or they day newspap.v,',.lus the person
may be as humey as an old sew- reading then .
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Nut-orowi bkets with hinged
lids are se nt rattan tables in
another -coletlon. One is set into set on
a coffee tble. Another forms half diaml u
an end table. In striking contrast An
to the textured basket, table tops
tre of pale turquoise melamine a .
laminate,; smooth and cool to the
touch. -
Because the plastic is so god". M i
smooth and pretty, and the big.anN
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9ng eatch-all. Basket weaves used
fr casual fu-niture are cool and
hwe the texture informality
FvP eAOl like in y modern
homes. I'll bet breesaways sun
porches recreation and family
rooms will soon bristle with bas.
Woven 'straw and wicker bas-
kets in amusing shapes such as
,fsh, frogs, animals and -manne-
quins make clever M able

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paout r the TI CS wUt tdude Wdnes- 'pj I atilui 7 D-f4 s oed.
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e ir o N ic Mr. Elseunmannj -After dinner the bohnsonu sa als or
t..eirl own ;b...- man of i were press d with handsome two th SUNDAY V

irm.ki'g a busli'e" l" 1ther bo prayer book. and
tfop of about four week. to thu hymfiak with their names en- froTp aef.pti -i
ats.. H the ais family w lgrav en them as farewell gibk wonderful a
. ':.L edj nWoy a rest foowying a serious ron to 8q present and as an by Clarence a
onobile accetZ l d short ex reason o appreciation for s '. .
a ser ago. their loaltservice to the tatheA
-f- dral and Docese during their te u
Caribbean College Cb long reatene pa the eanmos Darion PMae

,-- .. --. ..i ..u r ,,a The Board of the Car ibbean C.n, W. O.ers's Club-
.".6 St"ring h "i ha oman's Cu Living Ppop ets.
mbeen inc reaS Oww 0 o ATI $450 will eaobtn at the CuAW
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o of then l arge toa rl h ueon Oi M MW a9
PanaClub'm aie time '' bt president d y ps

phewoone r A heBAa o Iterl aesll te ra. 0pmel in
Ceistobal I hr ast hqoi ant p*es ntan aab
mee otrrpatpa wil be LeItIt ttene ofoe
a last rGndeneral esbly of .rty spongreFd bn

Moheld forSthri n traso TWt n sChurch, will be*i 1
esday the 1k the Rp hrae too atn
-C of Buildg oit Criustoabal. five p.m."s ther tun e
er..l e and n eleof- There a ae sale hot and .
bficers at this mEtlg, cold refreshment, for supper and

'- ... -* .- rpr-sedrawnd tere o e furnish m-u-ic.or dane.
Sr Because, rie ip s srpis heread l be Specially designed or your complexion*
ter ord fle.i.le n. i hre oardf Mt Wlabnd m vo aa l b glamorous, sheer Pond's Powder The carefully
ieichali pV4oCS4 And ma was lvel at thae hotel at Gtun. mion Chur.ch. Every blended shades accent your ot watering skin

1o1 ye8ttfdg bY *Clu ody lslnjed to join in having tones .'. add subtle'unts that make you. cam -Ion
"ketone nya .of P Pi r rrmwr bors and resi- a good ti n. look et,. .r. fresh and lovely-unWs.hy or
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Crse" He I. b a.Mrs. Helen The Navl Officers' Wives'l
acornmtthsm, fRuth Tillinan, Club wgl 0horu their monthly
luncheon the 'brook o .
desseApril 19A. t i guest speaker will

*Sbe er. Carla Van Hoorde of ip. Mhii eauihg new
IA siu.prisewDATerDIen Pan Amer.lan Mr Line. He willrbeu
noPh~rrtoba~iler ev-Sourbeth America. The cairmanwd' d
Jhevi g pe-ls ,1for*1 the luncheon i Mrs. y. Leo.
,..-aWe have just received shlpmneut Ro e n tt
RADIO BATT1ERJES in various i held* sacie. news cItleame Q.tu t hIn heavenly Ia
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'Per5m eraaduatie'
Perti AvenW Tel. 3-138
(I block fromi- Lux Theatre.

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Learn Rtding at
Iding f Jumping classes doily
I to 5 p.m. Phone 3-0279
or by appointment.

Says Red

ers Aoept US


"5dW. Saturday. April 16
e- Communist organ
a sail today two Soviet
Wrft generals and seven
officers have accented an
tion to areunign in'Wash-
a April 25 marking the
mnnlversary of Phe wartime
ng of U.S. and Russian
or n b ril'Pe rivn .

Household Automobiles
FOR SALE:-Leaving for States. FOR SALE -1951 Buick Super
Bargains in. nature, rugs, Ko- 'Convertible. W-S-W tires hy-
daslide r., and formal dramatic, new top, $800.00.-
dress (siie rw. 1530-A Call Balboa 2-3305.
Almond S te~ Phone
2-2620. o' FOR SALE: Austin 4-door
-- wonderful condition. Leaving
FOR SALEi-,ts> ik. I :hairs Panama. Sacrifice. Cash $450.
1 corner takl&. I' nd. table in Mr. Osborne 3-1660.
excellent condition, $125.00.
2723-,. Nicobar St. Cocoli, FOR SALE:-Buick '52 Conver-
C. tile.. Best looking car in Pan-
Sama. Have to see it to appre-
FOR SALEi---estilingouse ,r.. late it. Make on offer. Phone
frigerotor. excellent condition. '83-2228.
Call Balb 4227 aftrrer 5 p.n..
on week days, anytime on week- OR SALE: -Buick Sedanette,
ends. Super 1949 2-door. dynaflow,
- ----- .--. good condition. New tires. Tel.
FOR SALE:-25 eyle. rofgera- 5-323.
tor. all porcelain. PIrene 2- a IL
2579.a .n. P InFOR SALE:-Ford '51 4-door,
FR .l ,god condition, new paint. $750.
FOR SALIR. '- Panama 3-5708.

No.54, 5T6" FOR SALE:-Clean '48 Buick,
$450.00. Radio and heater. Al-
FOR SALE:-Nice upright piano brook 6291.
$120.00.-Albrook 6291 .
$1200-Albrook 6291. FOR SALE:--1950 Oldsmobile
FOR SALE:-No room in new .two-door Sedo n, hydramatic.
house for mahogany d i n iing 29,000 miles, top condition, fac-
table and 6 cmie*& Sale for tory plastic interior may be fi-
$50.00. Balboaee 1514 or 85. n' nnced. $550.00. 50th St. No.
.FOR SAL..-Mhogen --e-- 40, Apt. -4,. Pinoma 3.2144.
FOR SALE-Mahogeny double
btd, box spring, innerspring, "FOR" SALE -1953 Customline
mattren. vanity, stool night. 4-door Ford. Reasonable.-Bal-
table, good condition. $125.00. boa 2-3271.
2010-A lit.. Cunrundu. ... .....

FOR SALE:-Thor semi outo-
matic washer, $50.00. Call 84-
3212. .
FOR SALE;-1-9 ft., 2-6 ft.
almost new green porch screens.
Reorenable. Room 138. Hotel
FOR SALE:--rekery,cort like
new. $2.00. *lofer 'sot ptand,
$1.00. Televilone Balboa 2-

sn v onermany--itr ain-

!4d printed a letter s in- FOR SA
.. Geas. O. v.",Ba.alovB F0%
. ,inMMand Ileen L IV cycl
tens n n ras k n nrai
*lteotenant to colonel ac7 FOR' SLE:.. All St
ig an invitatlon ilnt. bi scoeteh- Good condi
t Pelowacky of Chicao. i tires. $95.00. See at (
, who said he was one A. Tel. 2224, Albrool
1 1 Amercans pwent i
t month to I t.

Slave for thet al
th6 U.S. governft..
lw us to enter'." ,
the se 11 8 'UI ii
Invitatlona ize4 fa-
n, n me rar

ate motor
iion, new
Qtrs. 132-

FOK SALE: aeoutI ul blaCK
4-door Sedan B0 dick I950,
$975.00. House 2256-B., Bal-
boa. Phone 2-4474.
FOR SALE: 1951 Chevrolet
2-door. Power glide, 26.000
mij.. $870.00. Call 84-3212.

Boats & I tors
FOR SALE: 5 hp. Kermoth Ma-
rine engine with revers gear.
Starter .and generator. 5345-A,
Diablo. Phone 2-1478.

.FOR SALE: 3Q feet sloop
"-"Madcap" No. 283. Galley.
'head 2 V bunks, Gray engine.
At Balboa Yacht Club, or call
lAlbsook 2203.

. Miscellaneous

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FOR' SALE: Boxer puppies.
First mad "B" St., Porque Lefe-
vre. Tel. 8.2410.

FOR SAL:--Borgainl Complete
set of Lionel electric trains, al-
most new: 3 engines, passenger
and crbo' cars, switches and
many woalng accessories. Only
$175. Agencies Panomericaneo,
Sealed bide, ror opening in pub-
lic, will le received until 10:30
fice of Superintendent of Store-
houses Balboa. for copper wire
cloth in various widths located
at Section "B," Balboa Store-
house telephone 2-2381, and
quicklie for structural purpose
located at Section "I," Balboa
Storehouse, telephone 2-3110.
Invitation No. 164 may be ob-
tained from the above sources,
or from office of Superintendent
of Storehouse, telephone 2-
FOR SALE: Sparton console
AM-FM 3 speed. Good price.
Alrook 17. ..

FOR e54l -..me piano. Good'
tone. neqds m* l repair. Best
offer acaepNd. 231 Central
Ave. No. 22, Larment.
(clip this ad for future
ence)- ."
You'll- f~ed they Vwill receive
home-like and pC4emnmel c r e
when 'they ire boarded at
IV Chiva Chiva Roa4
(mes;o .t Trans. Highway t"-
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FOR SALt:gnof bile ha1d
saddle, ideal for children. $50.
Tel. Gambo 2156.

AlMiell 0 o6a ,

WANTED:-Somelnte Inteest-
ed acquiring pretty kitten. One
black and white, one all black.
Telephone Balboa 2870.

liars Being Spend Here,

merica On Advertising

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ernnmnt spokesntm aidad
ma6k hisfirst foreign
=e. row at his
W* ot enha The
ioen t. Conaerva-
s Party campaiRn for
L. 24. lower Austria
chancellor wiN deliver a
inrt on his Moscow talks
t Tuesday's cabinet meet-
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MMBMBRBS aI" tPubli istas Centroamertoanos Asoeiados), the only international adver-
tisAng cha.Rcila ies tb ipOet an r tlfarival at th p Sr-
port in 8a elyad or_, thlf thd annual t.oft tor i
Zelaya Oatli 5z -de" Zlaya of Hondu r. Mykland, Of
.land, Panama- Mrs Estela Molina S. of Representaclohes.Publicitarlas, Guatemalp. Bnck row,
left to rlght:-ti'bUTion, of Dt1lon-CouInfls de Meiico, from Mexico: Antonio Diaz, of Publici-
dad Diaz, El Salvador: Manuel David Morales, of Publiolfad Morales, Nicaragua; Tomas AgUi-
dar A., PCA president, of Ante Lucem, Ltda., CostaBica, apd Richard Cousins, of DUlon-Cpuains
and Associates, of New York. Miss Mykland said that tfe fourth annual conference will be
held in Panama in late January, 1956.

More. fthan $1,000.00 in adver- this sum
sing a* i.ng spent lbcal pers, 45
ad bFM 4lo4Ia vm' in overr J
Htnm WtewI erica through
a rougb',e ot PGA Outdor
Pubucistas Centroamericanos to rehe
soclados), it was announced at tion.wJ
te third annual conference of kets of
ie held aMn ta Sanl
W .- IDuring
- tsK i .M e ;e ath

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m through 44 ewspa-
Sadie. stations, a.d

service such as coptests, ra
surveys DenetrAtion surveys.

o 8onwe baunes, an
Other media e dch as At the close of t
baahrd$014drUimall the addition. of-
I the W l- Company of U
ich eoJam the aar- At of internal
tbes seutre. uannouhced
^- The contact Wtti
I thILre-day confer- office will be U.ht
Sfoallwing point we acy of Ainattri
I: The addition ofAl
Sng advertiser brgI
ns of estilsia -- eval- group's clients a"r
mraorwad IQtovtg the mIon, which
newf local eda sltr S od il. A.
,radld, mmnov, tc. Eleckson of
gate-Palmnoilve ft .
M ftr closer ab irealaeU Internatona
S an We nl l 1,'a tor, i I

S Tork and Maoja

- Apartments

ATTENTION G. I.1 Just beui
Modern furnished aprtments, 1,
2 bedroom, hot, cold water.
Phone Panama 3-4941.

FOR RENT:-Furnihed and on-
famished 2 end 4-room,'meoder
apartments. ContaCt ALHAM-
Phone 1386 Colon.
FOR RENT: -Completely fur-
nished fully screened two-bed-
room apartment in Bellae Vita:
one bedroom air-co.dtlened, 2
bath, garage, maid s rom, t
from May 12th. For appo ntment
call 3-4992 during day; after
5:30 and Sat.-Sun. 3-0732.
FOR RENT:-Furnishe4 Inde-
pendent apartment, new eon-
crete house, nice neighborhood,
65 dollars. Via Porra -114.
FOR RENT:-2 bedroom apart-
ment in "El Cangrejo," recmtly
built house, very cool and spa-
eious, hot water, maid's ?oom,
garage. Telephone 2-1458.
FOR RENT:-Furnished apart-
ment, 2 bedrooms, maid's room,
garage, near "El Panama" Ho-
tel. Gerardo Ortega St. No. 4,
Apt. 4. Tel. 3-4640.
FOR RENT:-Fresh furnished
independent a p a r tmant in
Chalet. Large bedroom, modern
bath linen, dishes refrigerator,
stove, garage and garden, bus
route. No. 47 9th. Street, San
FOR RENT:-Two .bedroom a-
partment, living-dining room,
screened. corner. $70.00. Partly
furnished, $75.00. Bel-i-rio Pn-
eres 56. phone 2-2316; 3-
0234, key apartment 8.
FOR RENT: Unfurnished 2
bedroom apartment in 2-family
house. Fenced yard, garage.
laundry. Refrigerator and stove
,furnished. Phone Cooper 6-206.
FOR RENT:-Furnished apart-'
ment In TivoHli Avenue. For In
formation Phone 24035, Pan- ;
ama. -

FOR RENT:-One or two fur-
nished rooms, garage, kitchen if
desire. -7th Ave. No. 18, San
Francisco, one street after Co-
misariato "El Coco" coming
from Panama. Tel. 3-2147.
FOR RENT: Furnished room
, with gas and refrigerator. 4th
of July No. 7.

Cattlng s rod
tion, 2-bedroom. one.
Gramich's Santp Clam ea ch
Cottages. Modem, e- a-Mce,-
moderate rates. Pheae mboee
PHILLIPS OamUi-de Cotlge,
Santo Clara. Box 435. eIlboo.
Phone Panma. .4' m7, Cr1l0-
hal 3-1673.
aot Sento Clara. Le4 Phone Balboa 188W. "

Real Estat
Year-round veatgtls e-ttges,
Arraijan. 15 minufet're Zone,
with riv r swimming ,al4 light.
water. 53,500,: $-,500 and
58.500. OnIvy $2,000 down.
PATTERSON, Ponaeb 2-2346
or 3-1001.
FOR SALE: $1,950 total pride,
nice concrete house, two bed-
rooms, water, light, Chorrora.
PATTERSON. Pawme 2-2346.
FOR SALE:-Retlre in Chorre-
ra stucco chalet, three be d-
rooms, light, woter, 2100 me-
ters, $6.500 only, $2.000 down.
PATTERSON. Panama 2-2346
or 3-1001.
FOR SALE:-r-Retirement home-
beach cottage furnished. Gas
stove, gas refrigerator, lose to
Gorgon Bea c h. $3975.00.
House 2256-B. Balboa. Phone
FOR SALE:-Lots 21-13 and
21-14, 1402 sq. meters. 5th
St.. Lefevre Park. Telephone
BELDE1N, 'Balboa 3271 between
6:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m.

FOR SALE: Attractive, well
built Retirement Homes n the
Sunshine.City St. Peetbur,
Florida froin,$7.57000. Cheat
Troy. Hayes, c/o A. F. WHITE,
Realtor, IMa',t t
Position Offered

Position Offered

WANTED:-Silinguinal secre-
tary. Experience disred but not
necessary. Direct reply to Aper-
tado 881 Panama, give all data
such as experience, age, marital
states, oalory desired, address,

Dry Oratory

CHICAGO (UP) An inter-
'. ctllegiate oratorical contest, with
Diq ThiL Crazy state and national awards, will be
sponsored by the National Wom-
M'v 4 | Ilke end's Chs'itian Temperance Union
v r n I LakeLo encourage young people to study
HOLDERNESS, N. H. (UP) .coholism.
uam Lake is barely seven r "es Mrs. Glenn C. Hays, president,
i ng, btit its knotted shoreline said state contests will be ppon.
Pensures 78 miles, sured by state branches'of the
The lake 'ai last count had 70 WCTU .l interested colleges and
F nds. The farthest you can eet universities. State winners, she
om land at any spot is a half said, will be eligible to enter th
utile.' -atiohal competition.
"Despite Its confusing geography. The contes" ate to promote re-
Squam LIake iq one of the best search among young people on the
carted small bodies of water in harmful effects of d'ink in aB
world. It was mapped bv spheres of life, she said.
*'adford Washburn, director of The national winner will be
&f Museum of Science in Boston awat4ed 3150. with $100 and 501
md an Alaskan explorer and car- gong. to second and third place
tographer. The job took two years. a er ....



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FOR RENT: ed fa
rMidene* on Gmea~l Joew Sen
Martin Avene No. 6I Paer bed-
roons, living rooe dwiing 'sem,
kitchen, large pork. hInqir
ground floor.
FOR RENT:-S4melrt -e
bedroom, livnin. din. =. ,II
kitchen. Moderate ',nt. GeneMal
Jose do Sen Marti* Ave. No.4
6, downstairs.

FOR RENT:-2 bedrom dilet,
maid's room with batie
garage, very cool. "Poift4 RDe"..
No. 59. Tel. 2-2418..,

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COMPARING the Carol's dingy against, er own iragua 1t'a8,1W
young Indian maid. After a brief study abe ed for a
down the river.
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their cayucos have. great sport in hitching rides on the river
from the power boats jiat visll. This young mother with her
son, was not bashful about asking for a tow d*wn' tlih river.
Oz the stern also enjoying the trip down Mlier ade Dick Chaney
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the Cardl In which the party took
r. The Carol la owned by
ett of the Balboa Yacht Club.

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tne aditted his abellent and MW 'b ea e 6 ib sl9
o fule wection of. huass, 7ssMadoue t.oa
Mat d Gold IndIan Breast- MUu n i be pW. by M l
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memberss and guests atnddg hi asa
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rn QuIla, -ggy Parker, ther courtesy 'of aJ
Siealdesoa, jnes at loa A PanAiertia o0rM
TDO Young iMary warley,' Unre will continue* so rit
Wnais-rm. L.ouas' eri9ant, fi3lm F o the -w rt rdvB
a ,m .. ..It .11-ev ery Tu sday n htat -8:00
ng to Hawalf and Wit' t
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Hrm la r Thi public is Invitedto at.
@%^ eab t these showingL
Grattico O 1, rletobal Rqbekah Lodge
S is .Edn Edwrth,' The .Cristobal Rebekah Lodgi
r,. Helen Wel a In I on April 18., at the Masonai
edQ n Temple. The Noble Grand, Mrs
Seen Btern, will preside.
Or hid Society Meetin
at,'. The regular social, meeting o
the Gold Coast Orchid Socety
will be held Monday, April 18 a
7:30 p.m. at building 100, For
Davis, Canal Zone. Colored slide
^aPn) ,M-s" chUi. (orchid, of Hawaii). by WUlian
to b dental Klrrach, permanent orchid row
r r a&nne. about erof Hawaii, *111 be -how
Stood Wide. Visitors, service personnel and
read aordi the president new members are cordially in
Sthe Aneri Dental -Assbeia-. vied to attend. Refreshaent *i
On. be served.

Dr. Danlei F. Lynch, Washing-
e ,. D, C., said "the toll tken
-by denta i leea *e n r
Al. ev -ai -
4 etoth', 4 les U ,f W fai'm;d
the apt-ac ytd .._tt
S^' PB~rue'i __ ag~rn .o.- :. aa

4u dental defects to prevent more
serious ills later.
4. FluTrdaotn of community wae.
ler systems to reduce dental dd
cay among children by a, mulh
as 65 per cent.

Cie ProlecIng

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'7 '-r CHICAGO -G ( ) number
i .,of cities are taking steps to pre-
serve, protect and even recon.
hL1 tWUstnruct historical areas..

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sati atsi '.ve PifIen Days for:
S'-p. r,. ie I Dapy f":
(Gif V' j. ca _t VERACRUZ and TAMPICO
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The American Society of Plapn
ning Offcials says this makes good
sense as sucn programs qap sUti-
ut-e tourist trade and save sqme
areas from declining into slums.
In Charleston, S. C., a special
zone known ar the "old and his.
toric Charleston district" has been
established by local law. It cov-
ers the area where there is the
greatest concentration of early
The city has a Board of Arch!
tecteral Review that passes on the
appropriateness of exterior arch.
iteotural features proposed for
buildings to be erected or altered
in the ,rea. ,
Natchez, Miss., has an architec-
tWral plan with a local ordinance
to back it up. This plan deals witn
te 'outside design and appearance
of 19 instorie Ubdilags in a 20
block area surrounding the cen-
tral business district. -
The purpose is td retain a bar-
Bioniou. arrangement, without
r.ecessarily keeping everything the
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By Norman Smith family, seeds to have a good- tion of television, the industry
many years of Stardom ahead of has made p startling recovery
NEW YORK, April 10 .- The her. due largely to the fact that It
"Oscar" awarca,.presented on Bat M r Me*y did a fine has been making puch better
March 30 by the merican Aca- Joh Ithe ilU e of "The fims. /
demy of Motioq Picture Arts Coun This was the Some of the technical 'devices
and Sciences, can be described adt of l e Clifford like Cinemagcope, Vista Vision
as a triumph Of New York's Odets 1 about an alco- and Cinerama have helped. But
artistic realism over the ex- elle t r reg generated they were not the -complete
perience and technical perfec- though t, though answer by far, 3-D (three-di-
Upn of Hollywood. trei ng, efforts mensional) films, for, natanee,
With the ureasured gold-plated of ;hMi Ms stenng wife had a meteoric rise and an
s statuettes going to the direc- (Miss a r le). equally fast failure. The m
tor, writer, acots and tech- _,.,uka towwn all over reason for '.the film industry's
s niclans of "On The Waterfront," the world as AMerica's leading recuperation, unquestionably,-hai
a ,wu w he im,,uwi ,.-a.I, --, .. .. ,;:.Aj,.: Ao Ae pas, .u been the higher quality. pt
Swo eight "Oscars"- East Coast E.. o, airprised everyone stories, performances and pro-
film makers felt vindicated L perio.mance as ductions that have been brought
their- approach to conematL the drink-podden song and to the screen.
. art. ...A. A Lhe oouy And the fact that American
1 'or the "Oscar" 1i as much -.1.. .. tbp, was a senti- audiences are eager for honest,
a recognition of popular taste mental I ce, ahd was Branco's even though unpretty, motion
as It is a jrize tor artistic closest rival, pictures as long as they are
excellence. At the moment, the U.S. film fashioned with "Integrity and
S The academy, founded 2' :idustry is feeling rather good art is the greatest encourage-
c years ago, has some 1... u pro- about life In general. After a meant that picture men in both
c. ocers, directors, actor, wriers',.Jupze of dc tioult years fignt- Hollywood and New York can
and technicians of the movie ing the almost fatal competi- vet.
industry as its members. Short- . . .
ly before the date set for the a
f presentation, they ballot secret-
Sisy on the persons and pictures
t which top nominations some
t weeks earlier.
* These nominations are im-
- portant, because they are not
" only an artistic appraisal but a
representation of audience ap-
Ipeal. More than 13,000 distri-
Dutors, critics, exhibitors and
I others on the receiving end of
the film business do the no-
ndnating. Their views represent
a close-to-perfect statistical
sampling of just what American .
SatLm aueeft.La i tnm auuotlw e
pictures they saw in 1954.
Thus, the success of "On The
Waterfront," despite its grim
story of, violeiwe on the docks
around ew York's great harbor,
is an equal tribute to the In-
ttolefiCA Of 4-merican ilp a u-' I
diencesm nd t o their perspicaity NEW MOMV"IOR' -This is a model of the new .ama-
In preferring incisive writing neat NATO beadquar being built in Paris, fance. hif.._-
and acting, despite its glamor- ernistice, six-story building was desightf by TrenchW ardhtte "
less settle Jacques Carh .lu__
The store yof "On The Water- .-- .
front," whatever itp violence
and petty n trigue, is essential- SHOWING AT YO R SERVICE
ly one where good conquer
evil. This shows thr gh in the T n TI T*FS T AY:.
broad scope of the flm, where .. .
victimized longshoremen band Diablo Eta. 2:30, :15, :i -iGAMBOA. 7:00
together under the guidance of "The Bamboo PrIson"-
the parish priest to smash Alec GUINNESS Tuesdar "kE DEFECTIVE"
gangster control of their union. Joan GREENWOOD
And t happens in an Individual "THE D ECTIV5" GATUN' :0 -:
sense in the character of Terry "THE NAKED D EIII"I
Malloy, the scarred, ex-fighter. Monday "SHIG NOONw" eTuedayI "3WANA DEVIL"
This Is the role t~lat won _-" 1_nm_.."_-_ _
an "Oscar" for Marion Bran- 40ta |a, :15, b : 1 :. :3
do, who in its giver one of aalt a x:onl U 3n :ed
his most qarehint perform- -. e Cornal wD, Hurapirey BOGART
ane. Torny, "retleed" from. *o Yv.nne urey'.
the prim ring, is a strong- TASSION Technlees|r "SABRINA"
arm man for the gangsters; *
he gradualpy degenerates Monday "BWARA DEVIL Also Showing MOxDA!
through his venal, purpose- f*o.. r-
less eisteene. Au' ir.-Conditioned
His meeting with Edie, a con."A 8A ,
vent-re aed, neighborhood girl, 6:_5 -
and thbi r subseequent courtship, .
shakes him dut-of his torpor.' = yI V-110*,&iis. i TEflRICOLOR
Under. her encouragement, he
1lts the hoodlums and joins 7ANT. U ,. liCA
the insurgebt doclk workers. The
way, the good n Terry wins "oa -
over the, i c in him in s an
honest, believable deveblopmefh
it is happyy ending" but
aahleed without, resort tho. any
contrived, saech$rine devices.
SThere I one scene in a taxi- " "
cab between Terry and. ll* .A ...
brother, one of the racketee1 ,
which I 'consider one of2 16e. ,
greatest ever put on film. In - e ,opavf
this seen Terry realizes, that. _
is boter has been using PN O--65him-
tlhogangr' purposes evr-tj .....AA 8:1 8.9
the ctR t of ruining his prontv "NIGHT Gambler from Natehes"
ad portrayal of Tfbtfl -.
,, disillusion and angg ANTA CRUZ 6115 81 NP BIED 6:15 8:65
et c t, . "COSSJD_ ta fr .outer space"

s-eze saone, with the exceleant
pby Ro6d Steger at thiw
bv e worth an "Oscar".
There lnt a bad performnuct
In "Watertrro," and there are
a half- anlifeent ones
Karl the fighting
a Iclipsed the
Fr sonftr ret.-
i'. to-get the beet-
etor "Oscar"; this
t Mi4end O'Brien for his
comparable de-
..Ja .. l e preeW agent in
t. gained Ocars
tBrmndA, but for
lsr. his direction;
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Ldoms Stickout To Cop

1 $3,000 Distance Event


Sports Shorts

New York (NBA) Arthur
Donovan, now retired, holds the
record for handling champi on-
ship bouts as a referee. Dono-
van was the third man in the
ring for 14 title bouts in his ca

o -. reer, most of1 hem involve i u g
..Joe Louis.
The Stud Rio Grande's King's Prize, a proven J o
Money horse which does his best running in classic day's top riders with two vic-
events, is sure to be the big mutuels favorite this tohe sub feature was an easy
afternoon in the $3,000 added "Clasico Guardia Na- post-to-post victory for Klosco
cional" scheduled to be run over one-mile-and-one- r odivdendsle
eighth at the Juan Franco race track. FIRST RACE
1-Quo Vadis $12.80, $8.20, $4.40.
.Siated to oppose the six-year- Red Rhymester and Gulilermo 2-Fanglo $11.80, $3.80.
old bay son of Big Game-Steady Sanchez on Bradomin. 3-Ocean Star $3.00.
Aim are Turgot, Fol, Goyonder, The race shapes up ae pros- SECOND RACE
Jatquimazo. Red Rhymester, Al- pective thriller, even if King's 1-Lifeboat (excluded from bet-
batross. Main Road, Relimpago Prize manaes to get home first ting) *
and Bradomin with Guayaquil which will take a lot of doing 2-Tempestad $5.20, 02.40.
d Sugarplum eligible in the because of ,he light imports as- 3-Marianina $2.60.
at there are last minute signed most of the starters. First Double: 53.00.
Fi g'a Prize inherits the fa- easy three-length victory in the Siera Velluda $5.00 $2.80
's role because Atys, which $1,000 added "Classic Cotejo de 1 2--80. Velua $5.00. $2.80,
have been an odds on Nacionales" Tor two-year-old 2--Volador $4.40 $4.40
Jolec, was scratched from the unraced native thoroughbreds S-Ebony $10.40n.
vent. Former track champion over four-and-one-half fur One- wo:n $19.60.
it rqr'. a schedl-led stprtr. longs. FOURTH RACE
'elrtedly not showing the Don Brigido was second, Car- 1-Reglw $13.00. $7.80. $5.40.
m e enjoyeu t:..e. t,.,s Iota third, Radical fourth. 2-Wirsb $15.80, $16.00
None of the other ermtrils Moonshiner fifth and Erfnax 2-Wnsaba $15.80, $16.00
a R.roven therasclves against last. t 3-Marilu $16.00.
e trk's best. Quinlela: (Regla-Winsaba)
S: Don Brigido got off on to 0FI00 FTH RACE
yonder, once a bonafide with Erimax, Carlota and Tin- 1-Chepanita $11.00, $4.60, $3.40.
"A" racer, has been strug- gat alongside. Radical whicl 2-Rabiblanco $5.60, $4,00.
to win an occasional race shied at the start and Moon- S-ablanco $5.60,
Slower brackets in last shine were lengths behind the SIXTH$3.60.ACE
months and would bane a field before the had gone a half -Graner $14.00, $16.20$12.60.
y Is once familiar bril- furlong. 2-Coynes Edgar $9.80, $6.20.
y htch drive to win. I Jose "Paco" Bravo, up on Tin- 3-Coronelino $12.60.
Bravo will ride King's I rated his mount in third SEVENTH RACE
Francisco Rodriguez has place under steadying restraint 1-Pinebug $14.00, "6.00, $3.60.
.. , -'r P' R"dI until nearing the stretch turn 2-Barlvon $3.80, $3.00.
to Hidalgo Jr. will ban- where he -ws given his head S-Pugllist $3.80.
wonder's reins. and drew awSy to score at wil. Second Double $90.60.
asgo ii, an'.her horse Don Brigido, which had battled EIGHTH RACE
forms well when big Carlota head and head for the I-Tingat $3.60. $2.40, $2.20.
at stake, is an outsld- lead, to ghe stretch turn, held on 2--Don Brigido $2.80, 02.Z0.
aes a good chance. He to easily take place r ey while 3- larloto $2.40.
Sudden by accomplished Carlota faded to a poor third, Quiniela: 88.20.
'aldo. four lengths back o0 von s', NINTH RACE
3V! rider has been assigned to gdo 1-Monte Rouge $8.60, $3.20,
ridere l wre rte I lma e up a lot0 2 lly Bwuce $2.60, $2.20.
esive newcomer Aioauross Radical made up a lot of 9-_Zlhly19v es2.60, $2.20.
H these lines werc written..'ground after his poor begin- 3- trpg. Royal P 9 20.
ver, _the Haras Carinthia to finish fourth. Moon- Oe-Twn: *(.
yet. m ost likely be r shiner wa never prqminent
,b-Yeltu,-.,hel Yek J or7,
er Alejand aza. Tur- and Erimi islowad to a vir- l-Kitsko S3.e. 1..0.
Sugarhun weie also tual walk in the homestretch. 2-Postinvirbh 2.2hn.
.a"ut signed jockeys. Tingat, the odds-on mutuels ELEVENTH RACE
do uez will be aboard choice, returned $3.60, $2.40 and 1-Nessellff $4.40, $4.20, $2.40.
i rgllo Casaitllo on Jaqul- .$2.20 across the board. Bravo 2-Vedatte $..80. $3.20.
Btas Aguirre on speedy and Alfredo Vasquez were the 3-Joe's Fiddling $2.60.

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Jack eatty, on top, and utch
.Rosenberg aren't doing this
double-decker act with mirrors.
They praiced it while tunimn
.up te Dixie Water .
,TouXrnament at Cypress .Gar-
I -dens, Fl.

Pacific DivisionalI.
Softball League
Fireman's Insurance strength-
eede their hold on first place by
an 18-8 victory over Rotary on
April 14.
Yeterday the battle for sec-
ond place resulted in the first
tie game of the season, as Bax-
ter, with a ten-run splurge in
the sixth inning, overtook Pan
Liquido and knotted the score at
Each team sent two runs a-
cross in the 8th. after which the
deadlocked contest was called on
account of darkness. Pan Liqul-
do remains In secondLplace by
one-half game.

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May Day Swimming Mt

The 3rd Annual lk ay Da 20. 80 Meter I Style s -Garls NATION uECl A :mRICAN
ming Meet will be he 12 and under. NATO( A1U I
day May 1 at the Balboa 21. 80 Meter Frte Style Boys oTeam .. iw.
1. If preliminary hkats are 14 and under. Brooklyn .... 4 1 "",-
M amy of-te events, 22. 80 MetezMr4efptyl Girls Chi o 8 ,f...... 2 .
syha be run oft t 10:30 14 and under. : Phi_ eloh'-f. .."- -, ,
All final events w follow 23, 40 Meter. ack Stroke Milwaukee .. 1 1 *... 2
schedule starting a .m. Boys 12 and un Stroke St. Louis k .... .80 1
ntr blanks must.be malle to 24. 40 Meter D.l Stroke -- New York ... 1 3 .3 0 C3ty I ?,, $,
l lboa Gymnasium, Drawer Girls 12 and uder. Pittsburgh 0 0 ?. De .09% tro ...... 2
l. Balboa. canal Zone prior 25. 40 Meter Bk Stroke -[Cincinnati ..0 -4 6timor ... 4 I .Q
6.April 25, 1955. ar. Boys 14 and under., r ..k -.... T l-'-
o qualify to swim t ar- 26. 40 Meter Back Stroke TODAO.GAMES. IA,
tar age group, that dlvid. Girls 14 and under. Brooklyn at Pt albpr (2) Clerelpp al Chanago 0)
must not have at ea said 27. 40 Meter Breast Stroke Philadelphia at M(W York (2). BaltiftOare a.,,etoa (2)
age prior to May 1, @ 5. Each Boys 12 and under. Chicago at St. Louls (M) MNe York 8at.W .N
coSNtestant shall be Illn10d to 28. 40 Meter Btlt Stroke Milwaukee at Chininati (2) Kanstas S3 $ ,
two indvildual event# and one Girls 12 and undw.. .
relay race. Al conteBsLnt must 29. 40 Meter Brt' Stroke - ESTEDAY111s. TS_ ,
be enrolled in U.S. Rate Schools Boys 14 and under. Brooklyn 0000 B O-- T imore ,00 i .
and/or be U. S. citlse~. 30. 40 Meter Breast Stroke Pittsburgh 000 000 000.-O .2 -0 _..o9"0 020WA. *
Entry forms will bed valuable Girls 14 and under. eyer (1-0) and ampellit:.I 7 1d (5)
at all U.S. Rate Swyimming Pools. 80 Meter Free Stle Relay Purkey, Face (8),..1e9- an) and lo, D ~%db (7).d a.
Please Indicate in approDrlate ,joys 8 and under. Shepard. LP-Purkey (0-1). ,IWP {10. 1 -0.
blank by writing in YB. the 80 Meter Fre. Style Relay -, ..- i ,-).,B--i,,.
events you Intend to enter. In Girls 8 and under., Phillies 00 000 1 10u 3 .-- a
the case of Relay Raoes, lit all 80 Meter Free Rtyle Relay New York 1016 0o000oft-14.,0 o Is 0i city S 1 10 1
four entries for that relay. Boys 10 and under. Meyer, Ridzilk (4), Spriig (1) ID 0it 021 8-- 0
1. 20 Meter Free Style Boys 80 Meter Free Style Relay and Lopata; Hearn A1.0) andI Pvoro'ordro, Fib i
6 and under. Girls 10 and under. Westrum. LP Meyer (0-1). V anbraba3nt () .
2. 20 Meter Free Style Girls 160 Meter Free Style Relay Williams 2, Hearon, Locokma .Ro lu ar .etr (-d1)
6 and under. Boys 12 and under.,, Mueller. ''0l .J4ecat1 ..
3. 20 Meter Free Style Boys 160 Mecer Free Style Relay ')- e ue (an i
7 and under. Girls 12 and under. Milwaukee 013 200 201- 18 0 --- .
4. 20 Meter Free Style Girls 160 Meter Free Style Relay- Cincinnati 000.030.101- 9 J ve100. 110~0 iO 4 10 ,
7 and under. Boys 14 and under. Burdette, Nichols (7) and iucag f 10i9 060 -l4 It 1
5. 20 Meter Free Style Boys 160 Meter Free Style Relay Crandall; Pearce, Fisher (3), .
8 and under. Girls 14 and under. Baczewski (6), Hooper (7), Nw York-
6. 20 Meter Free Style Girls K-- ( dSSi 8 .*
7. 20 Meter Freetyl Boy T\inp S) H- A
9 and under. JUaII IFIIa U Semi .
8. 20 Meter Free Style Girls By NRADO gan,
9 and under. yD "
9' 20 Met- Free Style Boys Chica.
10 and under. 1-Gaucha Mr. Foot toned rate
10. ;0 Meter Free Style Girls 2-Double In More Fair ,S
10 and under. 8-81rena Pirope
'11. 20 Meter Back stroke 4-.Lady Men r Fu ego
Bovs 8 and under. --Goldeti Bound Nacho 0 F STATE "
12. 20 Meter Back Stroke 6-Welsh Foxe Bedulno Kanas Mo.-Kana
Girls 8 and under. 7-EnFhobada Qullacoysa will P. two of the
13. 20 Meter Back Stroke .-Copadera Gonsaga vsi Am can League ..
Boys 10 and under. 9-PAlbatre Turgot stai h hotel thisasona .
14. 20 Meter Back Stroke 10-Lexden Dark Sunset The her e will stay out o
Girls 0 Mand der, B-11-Dpn Goyo Black Sambe (e) state-"at IX" City, Keal.
15. 20 Meter Breast 0ttroke -
Boys 8 and under. FOR GOOD EYES .
16. 20 Meter Breast Stroke- ... OUT
Girls A and under. Philadelphia (NEA) Out- Ok m1.y, okIa.
. 17. 20 Meter Breast Stroke fielder Del Ennis of the Phillies -XAll recently
Girls 10 and under. purchased four pairs of glasses ed foitp mnkees' m
19. 80 Meter Free Style-Boys -two of them unbreakable to corps .*fliad a state -. ..
12 and under. help his hitting this season.. boys) pbt program -man 6-

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9th RACE

1-1/8 Mile

Prices: '$3,000.00 (Aded)


1'.-TUROT ............-- .............
2.-FO L ............. -..........a a
3.--GOYONDER ..... .............
4.-JAQUIMAZO .... . ... ....... ..
5 --RED RHYMSTER ...................
6.-ALBATROSSaaaa aaaaaa..........a
7.-SUCARPLIUM ....a---.........-.
8.-RELAMPAGO II ..---- .......... --
9.-BRARDOM1N --- a..aaaa .........a -
10-KING'S PRIZE .... -..........

Eligibles: -
QUAYAGUIL -------.......... ........

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Pool Closes: 5:15

M. Ycoza
A. V6squez
F. Hidalgo
V. Castillo


B. Aguirre 108
A.Ycoza o 105
F. Rodriguo* 112
L. Giraldo 112
C. S6nch.e J )08
J. Bravo I 126

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lot--Ba", ,e -., Paol Clost 12:.

S. p P e eas in last 2-1
t ' Scone P. oe -Doesnt seem likely 25-1
0I4O A 5rUMMEry 4-COuld score at prie 8-1
.Ch aO Clfl *@n ni ht will 6--OurjPancy Reyes -.Longashot possibility 10-1
eat vaitly iproed Pbm.rlfur, m_ frm ath er- '
eight yg of40 tWh I h o it ubtinuting for q,' sd RaMe "I" Imported Pune 5375 Pool 01e i 1:11
e own, at the C9164 Awn in tin featured sec-I eon of the Double
nI-r~si bot. ,. -Bartolo F. Rose 110 -Returns from layoff 15-4
y a rd Cuban Negro a as n December of 1954 and I- 3-Double In J. Bravo 10 -Way down in class 8-2
ar a r- sac Lo at who is now DSm- $-More Fair A. Vaues 115 -Racing to top form 2-1
1aWet the oUr.Sal .at "t-la.lattWho 'lnow 4-Leption 0. Sanehs 10 -Fautest at getaway 5-1
id -blO teUTem ingloomises to b a 5-9 onla V. CatL 1 -Has shown nothing 0-1
-nock.pmW ;0raS. 'eGm-ut" -E-qulador L. Giralde II --Returns from sick bay 3-1
his sP fa o r SaWQ affair. BeAb" awking and erlpe- I--Valley Breeze B. Agul, 110 -Should be close up 2-1
n foa h,- to Reid hoe ,to eT oqee n 8-Foriado K. Flores 116 -Longshot possiblty 4-1
ks uaual PIWOaes so for all their personal Ie. Haw-
mments.. He will save kins of Colon and Reid of Pana-
.t. ti- e. The ma battlal. to a rous Tg rd ce "H" Nativeo 7 Fai Parse $275 Pool Cloas 1:45
polar iddHed as 'more im. draw in their last eeine g. e One Two
essive his it outing against boys will dLg It out at 147 pounds fAOe Two
sie., win wa in hit previous over eight rounds or less. 1-Sirena A. Vasquez 120 -Distance suits style Even
pam Inwv w rinomen Amateur sensatioP..Roert. 2-El Pasha F. Hidalgo 106 -Much too fractious 8-1
t--j asr -.. I .Murllo of Pahapae.City wis. S-Rlomar F. Rodriguel 110 -Usually fractious too 2-1
his best a wi'Ifd. t a ke a lan Di m ,_n .p.-
hi beat 4tiua name Dion sIn hi ro debut In the 4-Piropo M. Zeballos 118 -Rates outside chance 4-1
ie Vle name oi Dixon Idn uP-atd relibut la-i..: 5-Jose de la Cruz Rami 12 -Must Improve more 10-1
gaate .is. ry. Murpilo bi f Savoriteto. 6-Piola C.A. Gong: I1t-Longshot with-chance 10-1
Ia b .1 ing m. a. ke.a_ s.cs sufeietr Into. -7-consentlda A. Ycaua 11 -Fastest at getaway 3-1
ir Mis his las .the fight for pay ranks.... -
A special amateur contest be-
S' ocolate Iween outstanding -imon pures 4th Race "e" .Imported 7 FgBParse $275 Pool Closes 3:20
k U -isa o. Beito Tunon andi La Silvers in q
r. dLlsbarad KlIro a four-round .1 3Hound match Q I
SHda disputed complete ths Xs e tefttrPrO m. 1--Okiland V. Castillo 120 -Returns from layoff 5-1
1t ~ ,I I s ofA the S Admission prices range from 2-Little Blue J. Bravo 115 -Racing to top form 3-1
L mothS t l t fght. Beoref 1.000 o (one dollar) to $5.00 (fv s.--iboria F. Godoy 106x-Did nothing in last 8-1
t Julian P- llars). 4--FUqo F. Rose 113 -Will fight It out 2-1
-5-Don Wende A. Yeaza 107 -Rates good chance 3-1
6-Que Lindo M. Hurley 113 -Not against these 30-1
7-Lady Moon J. Avlla132 -Form indicates 3-2
S.-Pregonero A. Valdivia 115 -Not with this rider 15-1
9--Coran O. de Leon 10f.-Not good enough 30-1
5th Race."3 and C" Natives 6 Purse $350 Pool Closes m 2:55
1-Filon (1) J. Oongora 105 -Rates fair chance 4-1
2-Nacho (3) 111 -Will fight it out 3-2
3S-Petite (4) 19- -Ready to win now 2-1
4-(0. Bound (2) A. Vas. 118 -Racing to best form Even
5-(0G. Wonder (5) J. Phil. 108 -Could help entrymate Even

Ith Race "G" Imported 7? FgP Purse $450 F r . .*.. .
Bade of the Double
1-Quematodos F. Rodri. 110- -jockey should heLp 3-1
2-Oreco V. CastiJllo 118 -Rates good' chance 3-1
3-W. Fox J. Phillips 106 -Distance may help 5-1
4--Cruzada B. Aguirre 110 -Racing to top form 2-1
5-.Beduino J. Bravo 118 -Barely missed twice 3-2
--Remero M. Yeassa. 107 -Should be close up 3-1
7-(Plorera 0. de Leon 101x--Early speed only 3-1
2A -AVte..as 118 TDtmro edInl Awla 3-1

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uaes bring reminders to xet
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favorite gun over the winter.
st fLql you'weren't studiously
qul about filming it all over
RIG or some good antl-
Mioa oil or didn't seal It in
of those VPI bags, it may
acquired a few freckles of
Won't affect Old Betsy's
dLi qualities, but they cer-
ydon t look well.
meimes a coarse cloth soak,
a powder solvent or oil will
aff the nust more usually not.
i, pendinthe time when you
Sa blueig j as penal

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10-Bar one) J. Rodriguez 113 ---Must improve more 3-1

7th Race "2-Year Chileans 4% Parse $400 Pool Closes 4:05
Second Race of .the Double
l ,chada F. Hdalg 112 -Has best 2--EW A. Vasqut 115 portedl*'fast' 4- *
3.-Zardstra B. Agulrt4 113. t tim to p "t 3-
4-NegSno V. castle 115 t_ late 0 -.. 3-F
6--Co L. Olral 112 .U1 own quatt 5- s
6-Q.- a M. Yc 112 ,,40l 4 early WedP 2-11'
-R r Sanh 115 erou ante1lier 3-1-
ra A. L 112 -Bih early foot 10" : "

Ith Race "1" Imported % Fg.Purse $375 Pool Clbses 4:40 Wi.
1-Paques F. Sanchez 99x-Longshot possibility 10-1 rece
8-Newbrighton F. Rodri. 112 -Jockey could help 3-1 .
3--Delphinium H. Alzi. 110 -Nothing to recommend 15-1
4-Copadora A. Vasquez 120 -Should score here Even
5-Choice Brand M. Ycaza 110-Rates good chance 4-1
6-Gonzaga J. Jlmenez 100x-Confirmed in-and-outer 5-1
7-Firenze E. Dario 106 -Poor recent races 8-1
8--Alabarda A. Vergara 113x-Distance -to liking 3-1
9th Race "Guarfia Nacional" Purse $30M0 Pool Closes 5:15
Classic" l1m. ONE TWO
1-Turgot 105 -Stout-hearted sprinter 4-1'
2-Fol A. Vaaquez 110 -Reportedly "sharp" -. 3-1
3-Ooyonder F. Hidalgo 110 -Distance suits style 4-1
4-Jaquimazo V. Castillo 110 -Poor race in last 5-1
5-Red Rhymster B., Agul. 106 -Should fight it out 2-1
6-Albatross 105 -Must improve more 5-1
7-Sugarplum 1. Rodrl. 112 -Not in best form 4-1
a-Relampago II L. liral. 112 --Could score at price 6-1
9-Bradomin 0. Sanchez 108 -Dangerous contender 3-1
10-King's Prie 3. Bravo 126 -Form indicates Even PA N
10th Race "B" Imported 64 Fgs.Purse $600 Poe) Closes 5:40
1-Dark Sunset E. Darto 100 -Ran well in last aS
2-Lexden 'V. Castillo 112 -Shpuld be elo 2-1
3-Dlxiprincess F. Hidal. 103 -Distance han caps 30-1
4-High Heaven 106 -Distance suits style 2-1 -
5-Merry Slpper F. Godoy 102x -Nothing recf4tly 25-1
6--Regal Chum 108 -Rates fair chance 4-1
llth Race "A" Natives % Fgs. Pue 5875
1-Coral V. Castillo 120 -Seems beat off form Even
2-Don Goyo A M, Ycaza 106 -Light weight. ahsuld help 2-1
3-Portal A. Vasquez 113 -Has strong finish 3-i
4-Daniel B. Aguirre 110 -Racing tobest form 2-1
5-Yosikito 2. Godoy 103x-Early speed only 10-1 -
6-(Black Gold F. Hidal. 103 -Lacks early speed 3-1
7-(Black SamboJT. Bravo 122 -Dropped in class 8-1




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iIntSn or t o efrA s Drenen, completely dedicated aoanl. 3 r
division, but the old t i -b t- the game In the only job he Varnon is to be rested
an eady mustbereit considerwo-while, b double-headerg beat he
with one tremendous asalat. baseball as ng jas ee an find tred a didn't
He's knocked allMhe compla Soeone to ten. Nll stayup the in 1 95. A
ceny out of Washington base- l t ght and r any
ball. distance to carry the g ame. to Vernon, the dat ba ill.
the customers, so everybody l, swings behind Jim sa
The Nationals avent had happy. cauSe the catcher-lsnjt
such a press since the closing handicap him wlt'..maT
dramatic days of the great Wal- Dressen read where Mayo stuff, with A Ia
ter Johnson Smith, freshman bos oft n e runner on baM "pec
Dresen has sold his kind of Phillies, said a manager could throwing overhand ike be
baseball to the town and the account- for five or six games when Dreaen coached =m-m
team. durlnx a season. Yankee.
Okeh V .p r. having put ;Th account of thi Nats' o- Dreen turnm -uMp d'
the stamp approval on is pining game well told how "What Smith undoubtedly advantages into .am.a
heart, Are Moore listens to It q ickly Dresen put the breath means la that the players can Reminded that he was 0e
h with a te T.he light- of life back into what long had pick up five or six games by ed with efthaad pitch
iNIin: ;lfhp c Put on a show which met lert *tnager,s" ayl. i, Htt e runners clower 14t fitbasn
enhusiautic response on round man who walked ut on having a number enables
J ^- T 'p,-' e of 26,000 paying guest. the Dodger. when denleda con- to play havoc with oppositnag
Hs piercing whitle of encour- trait for more than one year. tingordersrelieng thent.
-agement cut across the field "I wotd say that tteltion towith' thetL
... trom the third base coaching detail and drill in fundamentals The Senaors may do a lot
box. Directing the Senators could mean a difference of 10 things this seaspa, but th-a-
back into te gapme in the slxh games In 154.". wont getChar'leyDrass a
i~nlng, he uggled -pinch-hitters to losing.
and pinchrunners in master ul BECAUSE THE SENATORS 5 'I'
fashion. have considerable speed, Dres-
Dressen even sent In a pinch- sen has them running, taking lncnte Today .35,
d hruinner for a pfnbh-runner, when the extra base. Chuck whas the Robert Tay-l in
there was a possib ility of a Nats practicing hitting to right
squeeze play and he was fear- field behind the runner. Infield- "ROGUE COP'
*IaB ful he br-mtaunderstood by a era rehearse the cut-off play.
-^ m r non-NngMh speaking baserun- Pitchers work on the pick of ward G. Robiunsont In
Sner, Pedro Ramos. It was, an and in holding rubnrnes on base. "BI10 LAGUER" 1
one of the Washington write ra "You don't have t, be a mas-
D ~ history of baseball that a man doing these things will win more IDEAL Today .25 & 4
was taken out of a game for than one who doesn't,".he says. Lana Turnemor, In
an English lesson. The Nats swiped 17 bases In -,FLAME and TIM n sM"W
spring exhibition games. They
Don S Dilemma 1 DRB 8BN WORKS what had stole 36 all last season. Wash- Ronald Reagan, nla
Da Die m been a comfortable collection of ington pitchers picked eight 'PION wa
ean ketsbad noaen= ver toiled before, and they like games from the Veds and tying
or asome momey he was plailrl
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Drinkig Beer,

Taking Photographs

LWg PARTY which made the trip up the .. are wn.rtelaxfng on the.cabinof' the
ppwerboat Carol, left to right, W. StevefiR lr W ne a ..ehardt, H. P. Burchett a"nd Dick
Chaney. sitting lower right is R. E. Frey. .

A ttb -BZiER for this ymung I
come treat. The natives re
appreciation fbr I

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Text and PZ
. Recent trip up the Samtbu
liver to the Darien Indian
vllHe of'Puetto Babalo prov-
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iZo0e adventurers.
;Leaving from the BalbPa
Y* acht.Club onte power y tk '

LAST DAY .75 & .40
1:00, 2:40, 4:4~ 6:50. 9:00 p.m.
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uel Bay approximately 100
miles southeast of Balboa.
After about 12 hoArsa. run-
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bay which-leads to 'te mouth
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.f vJ ane-of the agest
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experience not easily forgot-
The local Darien Indians
with their piraguas, some of
which are over 30 feet long,
paddled out to greet us and
look the boat over.
After a few words wit
those who spoke Spanish, a
*b0le of beer and s m lW -
arz es, they left us and pad-
die back th tehome.
We anchbred t. te. nigt
off the village and Wiat
shore for a quick Cook'4 Tour
of the local .huts and the
general store, which owned
and operated by a Chinese
merchant apd his wife.

After a few hours of greet-
Ings, sightseeing, and bags of
candy for the native chil-
dren, we retired to the boat
for the night.
It was no problem falling
to sleep with the soft ripples
of the water brushing up
along the sides of the boat
and the natives chanting
through the night in the dis-
Next morning bright and
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4 the river. After a few stops'
4 at some native huts we were.
Invited in to look around and
take some photographs.
This done, we set a course:
for home with a delightful
memory of a pleasant and
educational weekend behind

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waters of Reynolds channel, New York, where the swift ticde swept another son; Pa-
trick, to death. The boy lost his balance and4,l n.trying'to pull up bucket-fe Water.

H0N8t4LWU This Easter,'
many Hawaiian cuties wish
they could wear these au-.
thtic Easter Island head-
pjecs on Waikiki beach. Sun-
4_C s and leis are wgrn
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ANSWERING THE CALL-American evangelist Billy Gra-
ham .packs Kelvin hall in Glasgow, Scotland, where
thousands came to hear his "Crusade for Christ" tour.
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Converts can be seen leaving their seats to join those
filing past Graham on the rostrum (center). Outside the
hall, police were busy untangling a major traffic jam.



. NOW. TW'tMAOtA -Tm'runMa Chicago father of eleven children,- makes sure his
x J A s iM ve dafhtrb get IEasgr clothes. He's making them as family watches.


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army travels'. tt 'stomach? Cpl. Billy "Wledden of Sum-
ter, S. C., would like.. tl:tU him a thing o r two inmungentle
'language. Wheldei-t~3Uines his sore feet-d=ring training
maneuvers in. 4du~i ith the 349th- Ilaritry regiment.

grand opening occasion
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B,.,to *aw you his wgund&s. rei tn London rehearsal..

OH, MOTHERI-WbarMfig coIlege graduate's gdwn and
mortarboard. g(1)amorous actress Betty Grable wel-
comes her daughters Jessica, 8 (center), and Vicki, 10, to
the set of her latest.musicaL Costtume is.for the picture.,

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*THE FIRST BIG BREAK in the cold war in Europe
apparently came Thursday in Moscow.
Russia is reported to have agreed to sign the
Austrian treaty which has been hanging tire since
September, 1949. Virtually all the terms were agreed
on by the Big Four at that time. But the Soviet Union
delayed signing on one pretext or .another.
The principal addition to the treaty agreed on
in Moscow by Soviet Foreign Minister Molotov and
Austrian Chancelor Raab is a more positive guaranty
by Austria not to unite with Germany again.
The treaty now must be finally accepted by a Big
Four conference which Austria also will attend. Its
acceptance will depend mainly on whether Russia is
willing t0 withdraw her troops from Austria in a rea-
sonable time and whether the Western allies are
satisfied with the treaty does not put too great limi-
tatiois on Austria's sovereignty.
It can be taken for granted that Austria will be
forbidden to join the western alliance.
Russia's motive in finally agreeing to the treaty
now is plain. The Reds hope to stampede the West
Germans into making a hurry up demand for a treaty
to unite Germany.... and to refuse to go through
with the Paris rearmament treaties.
The Salk anti-polio vaccine works.
The result of tests on one-million-800-thousand
children shows that the vaccine is 80 to 90 per cent,
Dr. Thomas Francis told an audience of scientists
assembled at the University of Michigan in Ann
Arbor that the vaccine is safe, .effective and potent
...words that mean polio takes its place on the list
of conquered diseases.
Dr. Jonas Salk of Pittsburgh who developed
the scrum was on the speaker's platform as the
result was made public.
Dr. Francis said the vaccine was "extremely suc-
cessful" among patients with bulbar polio. That is
the polio type that kills or cripples the worst form
of the disease.
Actually, the scientists who gathered to hear the
report on last spring's mass testing of the vaccine felt
all along that it was effective.
The only question in their minds was to what
degree the vaccine gives protection.
And the answer came in these words -
taken from an abstract of the 113-page report
..."these can be no doubt now that children
can be inoculated successfully against polio."
The statement goes on to say, "there can be
no doubt that humanity can pull itself up by its
own bootstraps and protect its children from the
insidious invasion of ultra-microscopic disease."
That's what polio is.
There was only one death from polio among the
children who were inoculated last spring. That child
died after a tonsillectomy was performed two days
after receiving the second polio shot in a series of
The one fatality among the vaccinated children
occurred in one of the 33 states in which Rcond
grade pupils were vaccinated and first and third
grades were the so-called "observed controls."
The meeting at Ann Arbor was arranged by the
National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis and i.t
comes on the 10th anniversary of the death of Frank-
lin D. Roosevelt, who founded the organization 17
years ago.
The famous "March of Dimes" campaign made
the development and testing of .the vaccine possible,
at a cost of about 10 million dollars. *
The vaccine itself will cost the public about six-
dollars for three cubic centimeters enough to ino-
culate a child against the three strains of the disease.
The doctor's fee is extra.

The new resident of No. 10 Downing street in
London is asking the British people for a long-term
Ilase, -
Number 10 Downing is the official. residence of
the British Prime Minister.. Anthony Eden took it.
over April 6 when Winston Churchill quit the job.
Eden made his first public address Friday to the
British people. He said Queen Elizabeth, would dis-
solve parliament May 6. Twenty days later on May
26th British voters will pick a new parliament:...
and decide whether Eden keps his present address:
The Prime Minister told his radio audience that
the present 625-man parliament elected for five
years in 1951 now is in its fourth year. But he said
that because of "uncertainty at home and abroad
about the political future," and, we quote, "I believe
it Is better to face this issue now."
A Republican took his hat out of the presidential

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* THE PA1NAMA GOVERNMENT hatend to pay up
two bills pelting to U.S. government as word came
from Panam4 Cormptroller General RobertW Heurte-
matte, now on a visit in Washington, that the .. 'S.
would like to get paid before the recent "Rem6on-aiena-
hower" treaty is submitted to the Senate.
The Foreign Ministry announced that the Panama
government will pay (1) a bill for water and-other ac-
cessories supplied by the Canal Zone government to
PanamA and (2) the-amount of a claim agreed upon
between Panama and the U.S. regarding El Encanto
Two Panama City officials sought to have U. S; cilt-'
izens extradited so that they may stand-trial n Pan-
ama courts. '
Fifth Circuit Court Judge Temistocles de la Barrera
askei the Ministry of Government and Justice to seek
the extradition, through the PanamA Foreign Office,
of Rose Epstein, a former stenographer with the U;S,
Embassy here, on a general charge of swindling. Miss
Epstein a resident of Chester, Pa., who returned to
the states shortly before the case broke, is to stand
trial along with Jaime Icekson in connection witht an
alleged gold swindle.
Dist. Atty. Francisco Alvarado filed a similar request
with the Ministry of. Government and Justice for the
extradition of Puerto Rican airman Lawrence SAnchez,
who allegedly caused the death of his three-week old
daughter by slapping her too hard when she woke up
crying on. the night of Oct. 10, 1954. '
While-the place where convicted ex-Pre.dent Josd
Ram6n Guizado will serve his six-yea;,t'bht-month'
sentence was still undecided, Guizado's son, Josd Ra-
m6n Guizado Jr., was released from jail after being
held since Jan. 14 In connection with the assassina-
tion of President Jos6 Antonio Rem6n on Jan. 2.
---- o,-
A group of cadets attending the U.S. Air Force
Latin American School at Albrook celebrated Pan
American Day Thursday night by ganging up on
a Panama policeman who sought. to remove a
woman from a Panam City bar.
Two policemen, several cadets and taxi drivers who
came to aid of the policemen were cuffed and bruised
as five of the cadets were arrested and sentenced to
90 days each in jail. One of the cadets is a Chilean,
one a Venezuelan and three are from the Dominican
o -
Three branches of the U.S. Armed Forces on the Ca-
nal Zone are planning a mass-scale paratroop ma-

SCHAM n who
wants to be hmavywelghbt .d.ay got
a god start in that dre ti ght.
lln.wi a a ded .ctli- froiB axim at
a. 1a lsco f flooring" th fo, t-heavy-
elght champion ,ie for eight, *lson tried
Knockout all way to
*.ton WeigfBd. 1M... well overt ddleweight
i .t of 160. Matim .had to take off .W orts at the
welgh-in to makf 175 pounds., I0ghed more,
he would have had to forfel 100. ..
" Maxim went down in the second roatd from a left
followed by a right crops. A right 14left dropped him
In the ninth. Olson opened a ctit v4 Maxm's left eye
in the third roud. ,-
AL three AToj O f hl badOls on front. Unit-
ed Press boidfig wrfter .al Wood at' Mghde gave 01-
son nine rounds and called the seventh even. Olson
let up his lurloUs pace in that round.
Welterweight Danny Glovanelli-a slight favorite-
carried the attack all the way for a lop-aided decision
over Christ Christensen In Brooklyh.k
Christensen .-- from Depxark concentrated
on eounter-pancblng. He was tut on the right eye-
lid in the sixth round, and the eye Uas closed al-
most completely by the eighth. Glovabtlln was cut
on the lower lip in the' 10th round.
There were no knockdowns, although Giovanelli's
handlers con ten d their boy Christensen
through the ropes with a left heeok sixth. Re-
feree Ray Miller says Qhristeneo, l .
'W/ terweight Pat Lowry needd.1 1ijrally to win
a a.lp decision over Pete Adams Iri 4 York. It was
Lowry's second straight win over the Newark middle-
Two officials voted tor Lowry by a very close mar-
gin. The other official called it a draw. Lowry was cut
over the left eye in the second round and on the fore-
liead in the fifth, Desplte that, Lowry carried the last
three rounds to win. There were no knockdowns.
Former world heavyweight chmaoini-Eszzard Charles
knocked out Vern Escoe at 2:15 of the third round in
a scheduled 10-round bout at Edmonton.
Escope, who substituted for, Iouth African heavy-
weight champion Johnny Arthur who was stricken
with a virus infection, was flattened with a left hook
to the jaw. Earlier in the same round, Charles open-
ed a deep cut over Escoe's right eye.
Charles weighed 196 and Escoe 197.
Some 4500 fans saw the fight, at the Edmonton
Gardens. "

never on May 3 which will mark the first time in 14 --- -
years that Isthmus will be offered an opportunity of The California State Athletic Commission has told
watching the tactical air drop of troops and equip- Archie Moore he can't fight in the State without a
ment. thorough heart examination.
One thousand paratroopers from the 11th Airborne The condition of Moore's heart has been bounced
Division at Ft. Campbell, Kentucky, are due to arrive back and forth in recent weeks. The 38-year-old light
three days before the exercise, being called "Operation heavyweight champion hbs a certified doctor's report
Barracuda I," and will be Joined by 1000 Canal Zone- saying he's a "f[f .phyfkal specip en." But another@
based troops who will simulate an attack oh Rio Hato,. doctor says M or- heart is too bad to let him fight, I
How effectively the three-service joint operation can Archie ha=sn'- 'for a license In California...,
strike back in the event the security of tie Canal is not yet. But Ca tt Oommissloners say they'll in.
threatened will be the main objective of the project. st on a new examnaton if he app The Commis.
"' sion says it "can't take a chance or having a man die
The all-day affair will be designed, to give the i the ring." Mooretbl fight heaY4light Nifo Val-
men "practice with realism." ddr May 2 at Las Vgas, Nevada.
Besides the President of PainamA aod members of Commissioner Anthony Entenza ala told the Cali-
his Cabinet, the services have invited officials from fomi Commission. It could 'go outside the state to
the Canal Zone, and representatives of other LatinA- pick a referee" 'fr the Rocky. Marciano-Don Cockell
meriean countries to' view their efforts. fig. They meet I In San Francisco for the
The day before the May 3 exercise, newsmen arid heavyweight ttle ekell an Englishman stop-
interested spectators will be taken to France Field. ped off in Chicagpen route to the West Coast.
where they will be able td observe preparations being -, The Nation Bask S -.oation has drafted
made for. the bpratlon e ,3 t e The National' Basketbanil Association has drafted
m e for t -p . eo-,le~iate players.
Two men were killed on Gaillard Highwa Friday as Finrthree choices were AII-Anterieas. Philadel-
a result of a motorcycle accident when .h-yesar-old i" a chose Tom Gola of LaSalle *s a territorial
gardener walked into a cycle being o aeod by Leo- : ie eetion. M ineapolis exercised as territorial
cadlo Arias, a Colombian painter. tI to Dick Garmaker of Mltnesota. Then the
The gardener, Nicanor Zinuk had been eploye4 r, ad Milwaikee led off with
by Morgans' Gardens for many years.mH'U rd z almost" D. Ricketts.'m Duqueo ,--
nstantl, but the motorcyclist was r etb the fi"s- T' New Yor'k nioka claied Bevo Francis of Rio
pital and died several hours later. Orange College of Ohio... at least, for a few minutes.
These were the first accident fatalities n the zone The Knicks picked Friane anc the 10th round but were
this aremitded he isn't eligible until next year.. Francis
this year. barnstormed last season after averaging 50 points a
Death and taxes, the two j vitables, also come o game for two years at Rio Grande.-
the Isthmus The NBA meeting in 1ew York also turned down
the Isthmus.e ohe .sn e I ut bids from one Baltimore and one Washington group
With the one-month extension given running'out, for the old Baltimore franchise. The Baltimore But-
Zonians flocked to the income tax office Friday to pay for t o timn e lti Bu
up this egar's debts to the Treanry Department. lets went broke and folded last November. The league
Athogh some taxpayers groaned at the unt the new bids "unacceptable" but doesn't elabor-
they had to shell out, ny were delighted that this

year they Would be payip less. The new law, which
permits Zonlans to dedu'dt their alien dependents was
responsible in part to tir rejoicing. ::
Others were happy to hear that their free home-
leave travel vacation was tax-free. '
Although April 1 was the deadline, *any chose
t ai-> unt-iml-, Juorne..-n *uo ne*->>&lr;Fiib *Jmer

_. --- -- ---I w pay, p--. r-
rg. cj.ent a month Interest on what they oWW the gov-
CiAef Justice of the United States Earl Warren ernment.
announced that he never again will be a'candidate o- ...
for the presidency.- Warren the G-0-P vt4ee*resI-. rugot Latin-Amerit, count s wre -ee-
dential candidate in ." -- said he left politics for. rating Pan-American-ay on April 1 .1. the Canal
gopd when he took his job on the Supreme Court. Zone, schoolchildren learned a little about their neigh-
And he added, "that is still my purpose. It is irrev- bors to the south when Zone schools feature exhibits,
ocable. I will not change it under any circumstances talks and programs stressing the cultures of the 21
or conditions." countries included in the 'n American Union.;
His announcement come after the publication of 0- o-
a poll indicating that Warren as'of, now -is the Despite tight export controls, $000 cubli centimeters
first choice df Republican voters if President Eisen- of the now, famous Salk anti-polio vaccine arrived on
hower is not a candidate. the Isthmus- and was .assigned to a pharmaceutical
The man from Independence, Missouri, made a firm operating in the Colhi Free Zone, which said the
quick trip to Washington Friday. vaccine was for local distribution. -
Former President Trurmran was. greeted by a big However, the' company could not say ,whicloft the!
crowd Whet he arrived with hls. wife in the capital. manr hospitals and institutions would receive the first
.The welcomers included. f4rmgf Secretary of State bath.
Dean Acheson. The 1000 vials which were shipped.here under re-
Mr. Truman will deliver a speech at a testi- frigeration, contain enough vaccine to give 3000 chit-
moniai dinner for speaker San Rayburn tomorrow dren the first in the series of two shots which 'have
night. He told newsmen to wait and see whether been termed "potent and effective"- in combating the
a.Ap. pech. will be a '4S"tem-wideS WAnd-he repeated -second-largest killer A 1..0en.
... --b-,.-port ~___Ad__ut-atWB'.t "e'tra .'-e -- o--
_r.mr .d-- WW 410 ...-..... -.... -... Wgthe, - f- -- ean't they should

The Milwaukee Braves have traded the only
pitcher who tested a en-biltter last season.
The Brav.p t'sale t right-hander
Jim Wllaon a-ih for cash and a minor
jfegue pllared habe eased.y first. Gen-
eral maisMc<. .! t = ..' seven other
rstn who no-

te see ms o g e. confusion as
to Panama Line beokng s. :
The Panma6 -- wrich had recently been converted
for freight. Wage has been reassigned for passenger
service as of April. 80.
The resumption .f, th-e forgiErly weekly passenger
service is aimed at providing stuff lient space for the
Panama Line to accommodate al) employes on vacation
travel leave, according to an announcement made by
Governor Seybold at hts April shtrtsleeve conference.
However, the ruling in -no way affects the choice bry
employes tor transportation from New York to their
homes, he said.

A new union for CanalZone technical engineers was
prianised earlier in .the week and application for a.
carter to the American Federation of Technical fkl-
ginners of the AFL was made.
The organization was sparked. byLa yisit her last
month by Russell N. Stephens who was a member of
a visiting AFL delegation.


-HANDLESS PIANIST PLAYS ON-Ptving you can't keep 1
good concert pianist from the keyboards is Raymond Leiter, who
lost both hands during a land mine explosion In 194 Arab-
Israeli fighting. He's demonstrating the skill of his artificial
hands before the Chicago Rotary Club. At left is OUle. ;one,
-aw a Rotarian.

MERRY TARDY CHRISTMAS Santa Claus came three
months late for seven-year-old Gall Staley of Paducah, Ky., but
she's just as happy. The youngster, victim of an automobile
accident, came out of a five-month coma recently. asking,
"Where's Santa?" She's been chattering ever since.

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43- Mother of
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er's income, a Xraph shqws, has been steadily going dovn since
Wt's 1947 peak. What's worse, the, value 6 the dollars hp does
J g mike hsi been silking since infiatftn set in around 1940. Do, in
1964, he not only earned fewer dollars but be bought less with
the ones he did make; because the purchbsing power of the dollar
dropped 11 per cent from Its 1953 value. Data from Department
of Agriculture.

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The Washington Merry-Go-Round
WASHINGTON You eaw write is the beat presidential pitcher Bone, also of Washington and now
it down as certain that America-, who's ever tossed out a ball at U.S. Court of Appeals judge in San
British coop-ration on foreign pol- the opening o* the eason. Harry Francisco, the bill finally passed
icy isn't going to get aiy big lift once hit a Umire in the rear
from the ascension of Sir Anth oy end as he stp ever tO dust off Last week the young man who
Eden as Prime Minister-unless home plate. . .Mst enthusiastic introduced the bill, Sen. Warren
Eden deals exclusively with Presi- presidential baseball fan was Magnusw, sow senior senator
dent Eisenhower. 'eddy Resevelt, says. Griffith. iom W'shlagt, went out fo Beth.
Inside fact is that Eden and .. .The first presMeat :t toss out csda, Md., to inspect the national
John P-Foer Dulles just don't get a bal was, William Mword Taft institutes of health which is bll
along. Edea considers Dulles a .F.D.B. eosemd et mere base- had helped'to found hi 190. At
novice and a bumbler.-Dulles, in balls thta asy ether president, that time, Congress was so nig-
turn, has referred to Eden in pri- though he was iateru$pte~ at times gardly that no money was avail-
vate as an appeaser. Once, during during he wr. . .seanhower able for the land, but finally Mrs.
the Indochian crisis, he felt that got a slew of protests when he Julia Wilson, Whose husband had
Eden. was trying to win a Boble declined to throw-out the ball-at died of cancer, donated a large
Peaci, Prize for himself at the the opening of the season in '33. amount of acreage and" gradually
expense of a firm stand against He had made a geV appointment the cbhef cancer research center
communism. in A g u s t a. fortunately, bad at the nation has been built.
i Immediately after taking office, weather postponed the game sohe
the new Prim e Minister showed was finally a desk tibr Opea- Today it not only handles cancer
lus complete lack of confidence inr. . .No, recent ae ate for but .is experimenting with heart
tlhe Dulfes freitgn policy by send- president has been elected whose and mental uaeases, and has man
ing a cable to the British Ambassa- picture was net already in te aged to keep aliv for six years a
dor in Mosew asking -the Krem- amazing photo galler on. Clark child stricken with leukemia. Hith-
fin's help in .ryiag to prevent war Griffith't walls. Griffith says he crto, leukemia cancer of the blood,
in the -Far East. knew before e 12 caft hs been fatal.
Eden bnstr'icte( the British Am- started athat Bwftr wU
bassador to call on Foreign Min- elected. because he had Ike's pic- During his visit, Senator Magnu-
ister Molotov and urge that Russia t.re, bet not aft's Who orrinaluy son asked Dr.- John Heller, head
lay a restraining hand on 4he Red opposed ke aor Adlai Steven- t.f the 'National Cancer Institute,
Chinese end keep them from pre-son's. . Of the present potential vhat progress they were making
cipitating war. Eden added that he candidates, Griffith has pictures in discovering a cure for cancer.
was sure the Russians didn't want Uf Vice President Nixon, Sen. "'We are closing in on it," was
v'ar. In tur. he promised that he Lyndon. Johnson of texas, Tyles Ileller's cautious reply. He went
would use nus influence to calm Bridges of Jfew Hampshire, but on to tell how 120,000 women in
Washington. not Knowlano of California, Ke- Memphibs ha, been examined for
On at least three occasions, Dul-.fauver of Tennessee, or Steven-' arcer and i85 cases discovered,
les and Eden diave clashed on for- o. n 2 per cent of whom wert women
eign policy. .- u under 1 years.
One was orior to 't.e' Geneva FIST CANCER BATTLER
conference last year *wn- Vice 'If we had enough money to
President ,Nixon talked of send It was exactly 17 years ago that make these examinations through-
ing the U.S. Army into Indochina, a young ecigressman from Wash-eout the countyy" commented Mag-
and when Admiral Radford tried ir.gton state introduced a bi in nuson, "thbia how many lives we
to persuade Churchill to cooperate the House-t Representatives pro- could save!
with ,us sending airplane car- viding fr a -national cancer re-
riers. to help beleaguered- in search center At me tame he in- "As a matter of fact," contii-
Bien Phu. Dulles thaouht hd ioduced -it there were howls of ued M gnuson, "The cost of this
an agreement with Edeota i '' Socialism" from many of his entire health institute over the
,get-tough peocy, only to finrl c>e e "ears since we built it has been
supported neufralist Pt'emler" Nevr.iless after a tough fight less than one destroyer.
'ru instead. and with the selp of Sea. Romer
"'It isn't a happy thing to think
Other differ ences took place at about," said the senator from
th- G ene v a conference where- Wasigton, "but ore oat'of every
Eden, not Ddlle&, played the ma- t C flie people ethr have cancer Or
j,r role in bringing about a conm- are going to get it. Yet we seem
promise Indoa.biese peace. be afraid to appropriate money
Eden and Dulles also differed tofight tnan s most dread ais-
ixearding F'ench cooperation mi e."
the Europear Defense Communty.
.n the end Eden's views prevailed. NOTE When Manuson and
It's more than likely, therefore Bone !ntrod,.ctd the first cancer
that Prime Minister Eden will in- 11-I in 1938, i,.vern before had the
tsist -or dibahhn with President Ei federal government appropriated
senhower And let Mr. Dulles walk 3 0 money to aid numan beings by
on the opposite side of the street. "i /A ., .. medical researei. Congress had
The-e-fshMened family dec- apprepr:ated money to fig h t
PRL"SI NTAL PTCHERS tor must hove disappeared with Pangs (.iseae ma cows and hoof-
Gri 'he fram "aly. at t eee a,- s



S1 Peter Edson In Washington
-,W..Wu, ,-,

"_. ,WAAfIONGTON (NEA) A in that distInguished assembly. As John Fisshea oft NEA Servie re
w ga.: t- -Vy mr Britain's Queen the prime minister walked to the marked: "nTuiwis t. my first vis
.. ._ .._T..'lU_ _I_,, H and Prime Minister goverWmelt hbeih, oe of the the Penatg.., Mr. Secretary. F
S _ _- Churchill has just ier be s was speaking. S Wi- used to we.t here."
S. ached W h m.bt via the diplo. ton is becominincreasingly bard "Is that ?" asked W e
l Y: aN w rfl secretary toaner alto . s It happened at of hearing, s e leaded toward 'What did you d7"
_, ., tO teydroeh fres ofce drs teerhimn e ,e.Se rthe the mi nmti sitting ntts bl; "I w as 8tignal Cowa"a P i
F r' 9 =A .- omf in I:. l aS monwealuM prine mini. and whispered loudly, "What's he the code r _m duringg .- war,
3t*Sf'tmsin" S the U.S. It w'a -.y t0ee that ti U' .* ,,. .saying?" sab tn-chr ti bheM b.M acked
spelie hairn at nai the Secre set Tr tr th e we all received "l the iHe is saying that he in modest d t the secretary with th -explae
the be to e o~l -ork w ata uekingham Palacea about speaking," replied the bored ttib; "I haf tA ie Ie Mtes'
pront he eat. tmt,. WM t.I protect M- Tru.- -WCh. '-C.urchi*was seated on a .minister. Job iggl-t. red ta e
CiOet 9adD* r Inx. Atnnght lnsterjMbaRi ed All, primemia.- The prime minister looked the Therrw ae-o brother
There "eprts" wod U hrok the months Presi. -ter Pakistan, was standing speaker over for a mootent and acts nighn laesaf the RepubM
say woy en the6 Chine Con. dent ue-t m as ear.: ne mumbled, "No man has a bet- "'n ad-l*-trato.
m a Tit, and his haa quarter alhw liver he "Sit: own. Mr. Prime Minister tor right." -, ---
bdcoonle urel l d 't e cheeks into a New Y or tel. t f 0 aN said Sir Winston. There's reildet Eisenhower
sure" them. Don't do anyhg .. "t ik wa and .have a brandy." Secretary ot Treasury George and his brother, Milton, who
which wvl p 'them in Moso Ottleh, r w. ked wit .e _d. Mohamed AI indicated he Humphrey has a habit of giving though not on the. government pay
trals, w ,iint out narcotics u- didn't rare for any. his chauffeur. Ignatius Perry, a roll full time, has done special
are toerm pa d hi.t S .lavers. Ie has "Thi hbav some champagne," Periodic ride in the back seat. jobs for Ike-. like the mission to
.Thom 'are tho.e Wh- .O 'let fought mobs. ow he s up for re- urged Sir Winston. Treasury officials are bug-eyed South America.
p-.- te I e wh aeo believe election on Apr. 1. It's see how once a weex to watch the bos, Then there's Seeretary of Statw
. is. ,-t .week they seemed to the working guyt al'd gals repaY oMohammed Ali replied he didn't open the car door for Perry,. see John Foster Dulles and his brother,
fmd suostae for their theory i this crusader who beat John t. dink. He was a teetotaller. the chauffeur climb in the back Allen, who 'eads Central Intell-
h u ig*ed "9lcd" fia ben, editor of a publication. which 'A teetotoaller!", exclaimed the seat, and then observe Humphrey gence Agency
ng.rae miang the".Stalin" Congre.s charge ". carrying out Britjh ,rime minister, suddenly take the wheel and drive off. This Attorney General Herbert Brow
of ot ta ., any ntpete the dictates o Lenin..." Irealiinthat the prime minister routine takes place most every nell has hip brother, Samuel M.
S"thiasW e bgin..tao the .splis.t -- 'of Pakstan was a Mohammedan, Tuesday afternoon at four, when Brownell heading up the U. I.
betwd Rted China and Itusslia Now I have for you the newest and therefore took no alcohol. Humpbrey goes to the weekly Office of Education.
because Kao Kang was known to kind of strike--an informers' stop- 'God-.' exclaimed Sir Winston. I meeting of the Foreign Economic Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge,
be high. I the "pro-Russian" wing pa=e. It all began some time ago mean Bhudda! I mean Allah!" Councif in the old State Depart- Jr., head of the-U. S. mission to
of the Ctienese Commuhist arty. when Attorney General Brownell The remark was overheard, and ment building, a block away. the UN, has a younger brother,
oWel it. ma ns nothing the ordered the immigration and Nat the nett day cne of the guests had John Davis Lodge, working as am
sort. Weeks before the news of uralization Serkvice to drop three occasion to ask the queen if she The secretary drives his personal, bassador to Madrid.
Koe Kang's "suicide" reached the informants Lhom the payroll-Ben i.ad heard it. Ic.r because the meetings usually. Undersecretary of the Treasury
outside wor the AFL's foreign Gitlow, Maurice Malun and Man "Yes" she repUed. "Philip could last well past normal quitting Randolph W. Burgess is the broth-
expwarts nw that Comrade a e amng e Johnson, h hardly wait till after dinner .to tell time for the chauffeur. When he e of Director of Census Robert
e was m disgrace in Moscow. They are ex-Communists who me about it. rrives at the old State building, W. Burgess.
The Russians hadsummoned him earearned quite a bit of money on-a "ou'kno* she added, "we're Fumphrey gets out at the en- Gen. Alfred M. Grtenther, corn
to the Kremin. They jailed him. steady per-diom basis over the going tcprmote the butler. We're trance. Perry hops in the front -nander in chef at NATO, is the
Th_ decided that be was to be 'ears. The attorney .general putog ,, uk him on the palace seat, parks mie car, leaves a note brother of IHomer H. Gruenther
purged. . them on a "when-needed" basis. footbaU eleven. He overheard the for the secretary where he has assistant to the deputy assistant
this was all put down in print They'd be paid only when they remark, too, and he dropped his left it, and takes off for the rest to the President.
sme time.. ago by Jay Lovestone had to testifyy tray. But he caught it without of the day. Air Force Chief of Staff Gen
the. AFL's foreign affairs expert Iswiing a drop before it touched Nathan F. Tiwining and his broth-
on the basis of information sent Recently, FBI agents went to te floor." At the luncheon which Defense er. Maj.-Gen. Merrill B. Twining.
|,o him by tne underground inside them' for information. They re Secretarp Charles E. Wilson gave deputy chief of staff of the Ma *
Ltoommua~st China. fused to talk. They were on strike, Another Churchillian gem was for the newspaper cartoonists who :mes, -et together frequently in
Al long ago as mid-March Jay tney told the agents, until they not caught by the official reporters bid sent him the originals of draw- Joint Chiefs of Staff meetings at
Lovestone wrote in the AFL's Free got back on the steady payroll. in Parliament though it happened I ings which lampooned his boners, I the Pentagon.
Trade Union News that "It is .-- .... ..
Moscow'which has given the or- President ELsenhower has given
ders to aunake Kao Kang and -to ~i cabinet aides free rein--and -
rend him to the U.S.S.R. ." that may account for what crops- II
Then the AFL's. expert warned up as the administration's spliIII
that no. o pt can "buy bribe or personality. n e w m
d WO- theiping Com For example.-many union lead-I II e r+ Ii IIIt
nmst dictatorship from its Russian ers are finding Labor Secretary
inspire instigatoi- creator pro- Jim Mitchell in their corner mak *."
meter. protector senior partner ing the kind cf speeches you could- MAN ABOUT TOWN ("Bad Seed' ) Kelly unhappy over the gin-mills) paia a bill by selling
SImodtL .Leta us h tope the free t teu apart from those of any published reports that the Oscar their experswive grand planner..
worMld-earns in time to prevent of his trumar.-appoint'd predeces- Denise 1arce! and Steve Coch- she accepted for Garbo still ecor- When Tsa Louise is bored witB
Weod War a Pi.".. sors. Recently,; Mtchel went to ran are Vive la Difference!. . !tes her apartment. "I seat it overthe glamour-boys she takes rich
SMo W an, Ptping are still the aid.. Walter Reuther, one ofI ucy Rockefeller becomes Mrs.Ithe next day and Miss Garbo sent textile I. Geist to Gilmore's se-
ing teady. themot severe and constant cri- Alexander C. Stewart at Green- me a nice wire!" eluded corners .The once popu
e--te - tics of the White House. wic July 11th. Ex-Ambassador lar young movie star, who does
Lng d before.aud lon after Vicki The JO r-rto union led by . Kenney's niee (Mary Jo -- tthe joynts near her East Side ho-
baqm used;. erlin's old HotG oti Rieuther, has been striking t h Gar t ill be a summer bride. tel wearing only- her nightgown
lon as the ote or her tr-,A fUmied o.ficr.lt works .in y Wisca n oe .- Richard Clasby, ex-Harv- Gary Cro.b an Barbara Stan A cab drivel took her home after
Pot1" the toi1bies of t00w, ld'ri or just ovar a year. To help e ard grid Capt Ed Purdom now islaus (who once wore his frat'she tied up Madison Ave. traffic
hostelr 1 aVe )been th ie s of .aauto un1, 91tchea first went to ha tw batristers handling his pin) are a ate. . Lady Carolyn for an hour A photo making
the t i and we of the Nattna' Labor relations divorce Nick, the Greek is Nichols (of the London lorgnette the midtown rounds clears up Tee-
fictie on.tone S t- t ea Boaid to get an njunction. to force edin' r surgery in Las Voe- et) and commoner Paul Mathewstee's most publicized internecine
ofapturea Amke vexcitemo re -_o ._alwt th UAW. v ending a nter sre iays ia-t),and om. one Paul Mathew ice
lapturedra excitwgodgte t. ral Uer -todis al with tchel UAw a. t tTey will betcha Sammy ithe boss trainer) are a Daily fracas. .A op gong star has shut
life dra ow n is fed Metchel went to *n-. I rs real torehants are forms Double at the Bouleviard, Queens tied to 16 different hotels in on*
set- ot s e Defens ept._and urged that Kar i tt t Mary Beth Hughes .Ask Diana Barrymore about month. To conflse her husband's
gge the Pet cancel contracts t (being unraveled from D. Street) the neat m eup job she invented lawyers. Stage Door jonnies a
A Negr. labor de the Ld pc with le which mie Jack Durant are vii- 'o hide black eyes. ."S k Stock- the "7th Heave" rehearsals can't
name oI Peter our makes; a other things, 105 tis of Spring .Joan Davis and ings" gutie Carol Stevens and Fred ,et near Gloria DeHaven because
State Dept. couldW se W rai shells The Pentagon said Jerry Nataason handsome 'cou* Chandler hide a-woo at Cerutti's of Producer Gant Gaither who
the Asiatic world the tn ies r o. . ilman of Pa)n springs (CaL,) wil . .Hermidne Gingold, the British:rushes her nome. .They'l have
of ur land is ightg for- his e sealed by Judie Edward Braid star, bad to pay a 2"0 fine because t -do better proof-reading at the
career. His success depends on the Although the public hasn't heard in I.A. Redmond Cribbins, her dawg couldn't wait to go to Long Island School t Journalism
Votes of 7,00 men ando woeen we ntuch r te the CIO steelworkers ango leader of the top bank the powder room. .Clarence Hoff- They hadsa typographical error i
tralersi sedom peyay more t lan icently. p watth for as ceessn alidek (oVeyt 300 Gs), is rated man of "Can Can".is the highest, the plaque for- commentator E
fleeting, heed- They're the bell big push an the steel front for at e4nt athlete" by former paid bit player on B'way. . Na- Sevareid. (How do you replace a
ops, porters, doermens maids and last a W6-.week raise for .0, -inn Sin ed ~Ihbors .- .'acy tascha Boissevain (No. 1 deb of pique? ). What's the fussin'
elevate -oerator emb f 000 an. May g as high Kearns, the sai lifeguard at the 1950) is now associate ed of Amer- about between -Skitch and Steve?
e AF tel Frot Servce weekly . tel Sahara (Vegas) pool, jst ica Mercury mag. . .Sra Vughan's new record-
aEmporyde rnie o cal la. bI rescued Texas oilionaire Sam He-1 hit "Yeah?" had a familiar mel-
One of the few egro labor lead- There's a ew labor shortage- person from bachelorhood. (Did it ooy. Much of it comes from the
ers otf he land. OtUey ed a cru- chorus girls The entertainment with her little beautkini.) Sonja Henic's big interest isn't classical "Pizzicato Polka" . .
side hack in 19O which smashed aiions report that TV is usi the1 berace as itemed a lot Her new Bernarr Macidden denies that he
ore f te soviet's most mystery tsomt ladies in such From the c u r r en t Business friend is L. Wolfgang (Swedish s is financial trouble: "I invested
ous frieads-ne John Steuben, that spots ms Vel care eek- "Now WW is tipping the scribe) who cae for an interview $250,000 in anwauities 20 years age.
man et eight alases, man of mnys. irs difculty g tl chorus M setal traders His first dope in and stayed for dinner. the Ron- Thy pay me nearly $500 a week.
tery in Cna. an the one who ine-sad ight not if the Miami fild wa on the nose- Last y Plaza 2ewshawk Pat Gillen I am flghtil golddiggers trying to
wrote "Strike Strategy," the bible eason were ot ending... twek -be sak. the price of Tmncils Ton Downing Street "The take it fromin me". .Swankiest
of Steuben controlled this u appas btilers. Ad to thkers durI helped recruit. was going and two days later Garden of Eden" . .Don Rodgers viction in town happened in the
Stebe controlled trade .e" -most .oi Newsweek but was ockefeller Ats. on 55th. The
-, -,r T persuaded to stay at the Herald marshal put the furniture on the
S-Nickr Hilt-mi Jr. sends bokays Trib. .Canary Carol Hendricks street. .Big headlines are expect-
to Margaret O'Brien who's a g A-i. Af-" t1 flk lt& m .girl tqw L .ou (Latin Q.) Walters lmsted. .Awww, the Fran Kee Mike and Pete, Grace. .And the
AU I -, Areeda -'bw-gsls and chorints for an-Frenk At)ass idyll fa dow4' Polece Dept. bsg about a D.A.
a I '*in Caracas. . Ven- Pretty Suzy Brewster Duff is (not Manhattan) whost son got
A A A E K A a fy w Bar dfor not secPretbride? -LeerDuss (oursn C.raclve. Whi ..t Ahey di, p
S : on-i'e'with a Park Avenue moving. to P-sadeaa to pretty-up tiAffic violation tickets. The cops
17 room apt) was hauled before tha west coart. .Is Lee Sharon .involved, were told: "Pay them
;, te Labor R lations Board for not a secret bride?. .Lee Nordness yourselves." Which they did, fear-
-aying his shower a fortnight's and actress iiargaret Phillips are ,g Siberia heat etc.
wages $150' - Mrs. Van Cott'n.' in Two'" Who-. Somemodel -
1 yen -istw- f. the late E. L. are we..-ng lack lipstick. 1.At
Dhoeny, weus her kennel chief Terry Mulligan's birthday party
nast-named Parker) any edition, th- c-: az y bop musicians said:
Sl ihas zilions. Her family is Serve chewng gum sandwiches" ,
Wr iI -ghg society in Cal. Ham heiress . .Several critics (covering "31 P
3 Sarbara Barnister re y hit For Tonight said the soft-shoe

a f pzst by Jan. lIt. All newoks do- ?Pess agem Roulette. Same as
date: The E-' Murrow interview Hottest sr:=ndai In Town: One
w which was warm and real. Her rfi the gils it Cafe Sewereiety has)
?ltractier -m'sess (Mrs. M. H. tr< redaest 'r.m mx town. Her teef Ie fIeow who loved ond to0
G.dene ditty Mrs. Julian Roose- ^e sor canne home unexpectedly i'the s ho work for

FORMER GIRL STATERS who returned as counsellors and Junior staff members were, kneel-
ing from left to right, Helen Tilley,t ois Ann Spencer, Esther Reynolds, Joan Brennan, Page
Costello, and Mary Jo Oreene. Standing are plane Skinner, Robin Harrison, Georgia McGinn,
Juanita Jones, Nina Brown, Judy Titus, Paula Holgerson, Sara Collinge, Marcie Rudge and
Louise Edmonson.

THERE was plenty of time for recreation, too.

FOLDING THE FLAG .are, from left to right, Dottle Cotton, Dot
s- androne, And RQoa Ann McGarr. f t

No Revolutions

THE GlLS BSTATKE 10a o. ,a p rpoWr r strayed
0o0 by BiMvei# CriWf ?^^^^*v 0

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EYES TIGHTLY SHUT, braced for the noise, is Marjorie Ely as
she pulls the release cord of the cannon at Fort Gulick.

In Girls State
Sullivan as It. governor, Diane moment of Girls State for Gov-
Staples as attorney general, and ernor Mary Curtis and Citizen
inger Mann as secretary of Mary Orr was. when these girls
state. were told they had been chosen
- A highlight of the Girls State to represent Caribbean Girls
program was a trip by Army State as Girls Nation in Wash-
bus in to the Cristobal Magis- ington, D. C. this coming sum-.
trate's Court where the girls saw mer.
several trials handled by Judge Girls Nation is like Girls State
E. I. P. Tatelman. Following the except that instead of being on
court session, the girls were a state basis, it operates as a
shown through Cristobal police national program.
station and jail. They heaved a Two girls from each Girls
sight of relief when they got State in the United States and
out. two from the Caribbean Girls
Perhaps the noisiest times of State will attend Girls Nattitt to
the day were the three meal pe- learn about the federal systems
riods when the time was divided of th .American Government.
between eating prodigious quan- While at Girls State, each gir
titles of food and singing,songs,. not only learned more about
Also filled with happy laughter her government, but she also
were the "snacks" times and the learned how to live with other
receptions for which huge dell- girls of her own age, how to lose
cious cakes were baked and elections as well as how to win
greatly enjoyed. them, and many other invalu-
On Sunday afternoon f able things which cannot be
the girls were at Fort Gulick, learned except through expert-
there were visiting hours for pa- ence.
rents and friends. Parents were On behalf of the 62 Staters
welcomed more. eagerly than and their 21 counselors of this
ever when the girls, who were seventh Caribbean Girls State
watching from the upstairs win- ,session, I should like to- thank
clows for the familiar cars to ar- the members of the American
rive, saw their parents come Legion Auxiliary, the U.S. Arm,
burdened with hangers full of the military 'personnel of Fot L
fresh dresses and clothes. Gulick the guest speakers who
It seemed that no matter how so willingly addressed the gil.s,
many clothes each girl packed those who financially sponsored
for the week,. she was running girls to this program, and all the
short of clothes even- by the others who helped to make Ca-
third clay there. ribbean Girls State the big sue-
No doubt the most important cess that it was.

SHOWN IN FRONT of the Cristobal Police Station are; from left to right, Diane Hanningan,
Edith Ann Echoff, Marjorie Ely, Sally Hodges, Shirley Harned, Esther Reynolds while Beverly
Boyett is in front.

. GN. LIONEL MG chatting with Mrs. Ella Wertz, JUDGE MARY ORZ listens to Jane Stockham in the mock tiA6l held at Olrls State. In the
oter o Chlqita ners, at a Girls State recepUon. background Is the jury.

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