The Panama American


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The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
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 )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
lcc - Newspaper
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( SS5 TO CONFERENCE Gen. Carlos Romulo of the
ga talis with MaJ. Gen. Sovag Jung aThap (right),
ereUTry of Ntep at Djakarta, Indonesla. y were
,to te A iro-AsM i Conference at Sandung Rwhee Ro-
jt.'e delgatE: not to turn to Communlsm as an
ternau -to Westerat ooloniallm.

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with angr -today aq the Ai
open skeptinsm f the Idea
Nehru, who had joined. f
En-lai in a defense of Commu
Turkey'i Fatin Rustu Zorlu
"War is approac ig,"tNehru
said, and the o. ty s0 y IvoM
t to ."lesen teo through
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Owners Of Damaged Ship Pases $1,000,000
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Sue Canal For $175,000n Baloa Goao/ For

An admiralty suit seeking associated with Michael E. Han- ship was grounded the "water -
$175,000 was filed against the 'ahan, a New York attorney for was' calm, the wind as slight Cases of the two Canal Zone -
Panama Canal at noon by the the company. and the weather was ear." soldlen one for rape and one
owners of a motorship which The owners claim the MV Owners charge the Nonuo for attempted rape-were ached-ll
allegedly was grounded on the Nonsuco was grounded on the sustained heavy damages con- led to be continued this after-
west bank of the Canal last Au- west bank of the Canal on Aug. slating of the cost In repairingnoon in the Balboa Magistrate
gust. 15, 1954, due to the negligence the ship, the loss of its use and Court.
Libellants in the suit are Victo- of the Panama Canal Co othe substantial expense to The first case, that of assmault
a Mling ch own At the tl of the incident the tune of $10. with intent to- commit rape on *
h Its n-iuc. The I theOy claim, ip was being The amount was not broken a Panamanian girl, Opened a-
firm has its main sein the operated by anama Canal pt- down' in the asunt. 'gaint Vernon 0. Relton, a 268- Organization of a campaign toward a mirlio
pp d beot who hd exclusive control The Canal Co. has until eserd afternoon fund to purchase the new alk vaccine for Pa
psented here by Van e Ra-of the navlgation" at the time. to put lits appearance in *eTwo wlteaes for e prsecu- children wa srterd vtrdht a mttink in ai
mires and De Castro who are The suit alleges that when the case.e tion were listed to be called to- Sar r
-- --day. ICdenCi.
Helton's buddy, William j The meeting, called by First Lady Olga Ar 4s
Srean hi h % Mito e i, U. I&s charg with rap- ed in toe formation of an Anti-elld idd h
ao High School T.l e fino the la tr l sister ear ly un- First Lady. e e .
s Idoy wi repaThe drivehtoraisetheifa ag +
Take Place Of ye s RtFA tJw .:ff erdaythFrt:.
Boca told how Ld DOua sduny este-scheduled for the es week a
e L aed a savage asault made by Hel- .e _wil, 19 Canal zonel
Plans to move 'he La Boa sOn ub eedlcussed at 6 l a O NWahoand h ter o cS ren were ttlas
High School to Paralso were dL- vious con fences, the Gov* at tnded aItnce atJ.r s chbo l children were h ttinhe
cussed yesterday at the Gover- said that ho would again dioacs do last Saturday night and alk vaccine thib afternoon t-
nor's monthly conference wit h with tb afic engne the were waiting for a bus when the Salk vaccine thides of t erno 4 O
representatives of the Local Rate question bu st at defendant drove by In a car' 15 p.m. on bot sides of the
Civic CouncilscaC that e felIsthmus.
The new hth schooLet Paral- it would possible to rec She said they told the iri
so will replace the La4 scind a on to discontinue the last bus was gone and offer- are children, nine of whom 0146e"dTies
Boca High Schoolw use or.te aaspc that terid@e-them home. The wit- f rmrom ahe bacP O, 1 of the.
discontinued after LA new vilt ra org as nesaid she and her ster Ce. kakdS o th P-
abandoned as a townsite. tal be adopted n a cpted an vitati o drive to
A central Unit Is considered to asia; an4 Arnajan for ereehment. On
be morecoga't~Vent for residents to i a oon o the o y ba ck she o entded, to be
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.Deaft.ot right located near the south end of section of Galll Highway -a 4:15 wIt th c tm
Gam Abdel Nas- Paraiso. lon ep a renal "
sdAn architect's sket h showing a nFromi Josphs and J. J. b- 4a t
plans for the complex e remodel- Josenhs of Rainbow City: In- Attorney Woodrow de Castro oP
"ling of the building a t ad- quiries concerning the Install- eter s appearance for the th Labo a
ditlon of two wings was display- tion of a wide screen at the two detendanb. o'te arday, pre mi nary
Se r ed at the meeting. Camp Blerd Theatre, and assign- I y, p Onr -
SCouncil Introduced the subject throat specialty at Cocot i oa l atio campaign which
Sof medical services and supplies, Hospital. r l the vacclin is received boon he that h
requesting the assignment of a From R. disa and R. T. Bur, b that the'
doctor at the new first aid sta- of Santa Criz: Reauests for a 1 department. tive, f
srg i e k He asked that a stock of med- school and gymnasaim and ad- It is believed.thatathe ftd March of
it om m u ni ti t al supplies, not requiring a ditional laundry facilities for'a Panama children to be inoulat,- yWam..
Sdoeto1s prescription, be made group of houses. LONDON, April22 s-(UP) A ed once the vatcine is here will
Indian prime minister I Nehru exploded available for sale. 0. Davis, of La Boca, e esed 26 year old member df a Co-- -- e
P)- Indian prime minister Jawaliflal Nhru exploded iybold said It was unlikely thanks of his Civic Council for munist Bulra an ballet troop d
FroAsian conference when the Turkish-delegate expressed that a doctor could be assigned the remodelling of two buildings has escaped Red secret police La Boco Bakery
of peaceful co-existenoe with Commulaan there but promised to investi- there for use as sarters, and here and asked Britain for -poll- t
gate the osibilities of provid- the gRainbow City i O uncil utical asylum, it was learned to- Operotion Over w
ores earlier today with Chinese Caontmunlst premier Chou ing medical supplies dther than representatives thanked .- th e day.

u f. 'thos e already on sale at the Governor foro atrrantne fJotwhe
nit policies InEurope, took bitter exception to remarks by h The La Boca Bakew ry 19M w
n discussing the question g ao l the do downtown hotel where a owers athoseera to
medical services, the Gover- s try members of the Bulgarian 8tat1 Ioper At who aw
aupon conference ation "to Subcommittee members con- nor explained that the Health s* Tac rsong and dance compa se the ee e
struggle rkind of sidering the issue engaged in Bureau has difficulty In ye m- o staying, andois oW bin selr- Upon t the discontiane of it lao and M

tered.te~t yto t U uor- Upon at dicC ontr. hee a0f
Commtun infitraton, political, sl arinnfightlng to support their playing doctors e ande the Pal- teredb by anti-Commulat B u1 e I BWc Bakery wi haelto e 30 In sA
economls and ceutueral." an side is considered one big A WBU T bo w ans "somewhere In n g- been operated by the lrvic swhe aset
But tho Turkish proposal was l "- Of the most vehement of community with a centralled At JWB Tomorrow and." enter Division all Sandw ich Salb
withdrawn because its strong all was Lebanon's Charles Ma- medical seree. Memorial services for Mr bread will be proed te Th
wor4fg Itet serious object n s lek. He spoke for more than 30 It T ansportatlon faclUtien make oa Culp Tase bes w b The anti-comm.ists
t mn sferal delegations. Minutes on his govern ant otpal t a rs o condu d tomorrow afterno on lived to have asked the fon Hope plant. refused t r 1
"uta laresented a views, and some observers sig tal athn a rep ibe o at o C o clock at the -JewishI office and the home offl* to rented by e wa th
ftheroprinen- ated l a professor elver-mele Welf a Buildin in Balboa. grant him political asylum. Production of pase, pl with S s 16' and
I peoplefen-a sl dtn "r- Iequested that no flowers and cakes essential for Servie lng c .a- d tf o,
self deter- one ont, Malek t aed An oune nt was made be sent. The Bulgarian singers an d Center operations will be aC- theeI
,eAt one point, Malek turned at the Meeting that the house- Mrs. Tackaberry, who died dancers mre currently a smash complished in the future in the be no lower
ad 'Joned In a to Chou and said, "You hould ware .ctlon at the LIBoca yesterday in Balboa, is surviv- hit at London's Winter Garden kitchens of the Balboa an DIa- DisDtr.t Atti
SiAntfo rms beo1 .-at our project because Comnile sry will be moved dur- ed by a son, Joe D. Brown, of theater. Travelling with them blo Service Centers. The proce- 4 d
it ,eoeena capitalisatnfil tT a-. ing the latter part of 'May to Tampa Fla.. a brother, Homer are several bodyguards f r o m dure being followed is Almilar to 5day'
TAWPiedightother ni- tio JChina ust 48s It con- TivolL Commissary. Culp, of California mad a broth- the Bulgarian legation here *ho that in effect on the Atlantic whniro e.G*
declara-ses Coman sl t .Infi ltration." At the request of A. Davis, of er, Oliver C. Culp, slaervising have kept a close watch on the Side since May of 1 5 when the adVame
"subversive 6foras"tep o .at- the La Boca Council, he promis- plumber for-.e Ma n* nedancers following a simit 4. Camn Blerd Bakery of the Serv erno by S .
t ine Communism tempt to Sed to investigate the possibility Division at section in Paris a month-' ice Center Division was closed. The
rto: rsysenti by name. peace taln-nof continuing a section carrying Wm.
nll -nation resolution & naU"ttsmall ware items. th- aWr-7r
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released from th ae me diaote l, tfe ares not ea me n s, M(t---a e taafAd Po i known to his retirement o teIords Ot t PAS u-
a aw doeran' thame r*egIn to+ s oddn d tm ._ama Thecs roruu-- -. rlet w 5 rpning thytre&W-l
l s. all khnodfte a wiepd M dt A M. d t I expressed regularly to Washing- G. lnsu r* ad

&o 1td datrtsl no e4 ma2 nt trie to~ In"I Iab f nON 7 Adm Accounting Ox. Admiraleens unerep oaeo
Sw av a re w A p W fihtle thw s F! I 911M -aid to w Itaue o M known to hit men as 0;rried ofrcerd 1ud
Jof 1wr fn ear. r 0t e ,tMm _vhewrtd rfoftmoht I f a nations co-uldo vy's paymaster -I general from nanced the o stretin of the
that one atrtao shonued crasingI ts d theesidbgI t I*s 1=499oA1M961ad event do government money and gOI-t obv ouhd not

pniena W" no 9owf should*- l o-nuent personnel to make St
to..r a thea Do e for l d attend t wto md N Uandi c he-r oddeall, we could, ader t( ae aro B Vq Navy materiel from 191 to 1963. been dropped d pa .
te. c,. oo for a while day n and itte sed 84 fiised l ments, actal y leud g 1 IUK"Now on the carpet over this chute
the ,aees of the etildre, =i or g urm ntee ir and other shocking revel tions
You ,f.,, ,+,na rt ic y fm* ro w
Tu maiklfte neop&e tna= wite shach shallow, ttoughtleow am. o at Cheatham annex are Caomdr. Commander Nicl told the
tears you ever ted tohn that you have ee In- we were L. Chapman, who commanded investigators th the glf
detrinated with the notion that human beings are expendabbleLW gvist then a billion dol- the depot from 1948 to 1953; Lt. course was water with hoses.
Ynr idc, ofthe cheapness of life aret f your t wor f stuff.-mh of C~dr. L W. Race, who s B when over t ipec
Tim. can't help what you think, therefore we forgive OU. W they ou am re s at a there from 1953 to 1954; and tor checked, they found an ef-
SMe parents of the chll m en Mhat live here, a e go ty Co dr. W. Nimhol, who was in fii ent spr inklm had

(~n't that still directly fn the l~e of flight?) or thnje ai ..... i s e.0 edr-deve is ,00
moved t,,,,, ...,,i I,.. l-t Theportant risi adnon ion mI nsendi
t bed one.-d Dept soon. ridd e TA tt Opelsed o

AM "o _noavey nt *9 S of couri meantG n a eral Accounting Office are ee.a.5
A father offo oses or styaon mt In a r ation also discloses that hald oaids at stae* arred 'Jq1^*2r

hWak erW_ Wp here or aIN ti eYorke liE w
f ffA rtat Cheatham an "ee un

sA C LAALA m s0ed gov ernment ,money and got- rd wood frame storm In dows
SeorwaySer t personnel to make toys apparently new fo i In
To the Disu sted (IOng) VS SM .det. Just .Omst wu a r ede MAN OUT TOWN (co-makers o f Salk Vaccine) liquidated at S... for their children and to build storage. No for
Think that Sata Clar t h w e right ps for a d? On hi ts pres conference MayWagnersa rt- l cntr club for their making the to as

Wat m .. -eso u Nti DOW Vouo have e u t itlt d I andr l d yfor .. t a enya r l so It s oed s t()r 1. w ante t yor peter i od a a ete that again.- ao a tpivate off-duty e ent. f u ld .a.

| fifef the ylo t oen 'sM} S a ,ro roe .dnourpeopleT .l mti sg of ,m'sol _h lnasleri stk etr__he do _t_ dr.o d o d s n hw-
Sf p e le, t OM n hl Moreover, due either to seehee lened of t eha a Jtde and

el .e o sor r, fet ister oa m, ,stle ra rrt ip e .+.- sth- A. d tra-.rnt fh a whe e nd5 for .t gt the b ouidn u asdd i-

|7 it In yot oeCa nnal Zoebecase you're afraidqof tlr re 1 Goco mpeec orene e ad- umnum cing l

""u .go to .. anta Clara to drink al Ie lcarouuse ad ,Don't Wf e-(u-I -"Ab ese, of do Inew
S' nt i. ouse att e -habituala a s Youknowoa wh .sn't vet f Wsr ok...nll W (m -Anytingt ObeDept:"he O nedo llpsrI l oe r reu r fonal ute.

... s y ban tT soive s -Itrl atthe a s l s r ear. n emergence a ance o piers a re te eq p-
AOuN O V CTO re .ted .... ... h. a o wrm ...gpu nwnorb te
dnnst Offowhohhe arete0 f ( oIslp: dthharor wausd o faulty aon ad er qters.

&e n ietoo e"WAlke s or your father go daTo d. r aea ., n ... Ha.saomnrefel rChfJueleMuni's play, "Inheritst... -we have h does th tay he Na
of 70 worth of ur rne Broo and Albert "Bhour) P. andeo Theto be ch
abo +t t rc ereot0 W ,.n- ycesami prefer ttsm. ... Buff Cobb (of te heiress of s cranton, Pa.), were lox engrin eg s e was foiun te p ". read: "Join the Navy

iH OAlV6 UP 10 U7 -an as as a se- "Masque ar show) and Oreg Banteer Major's Cabin. A midsummer weddang... owd .40. and eat oysters.l
Sd ony ou, youeasteir metytaway to enamdewylopoi Dearel (leorida's "Tuget ce") are clo-sr Lou c(ke found Dean Martin) married mo- wt heck, w

Sbaneggs..The Damn nkee curtain s del Carter yesterdy...Lucia Taf, niece

al Oor cVllect wio extel of V, yo sa Dane meot yto mae.oodf made of 1,W0 Officle kno bnsnbnl of the late Senator, is a teacher at an E. 90th n s M t o
1 d stWpayn ell, M in Itshortths h ty director fortw ds.Y m o as the -L nd secretly nightly to Scot Channel o's wTathe .
so oftghie weekns, of wh ft they ave a trothed to broker Bre Leeubert. Cri tomnspec Comc Pul Lynde thinks

|ggiles IP Nathan's love bride-to-be (stres Jule~ Hay" 2ro l oughtan fo Bway show and v Or ^W me -
". .. re ti Th M (a n Ihbonaa )mae stauffe afndPeterud e hld andsmat1Y11e tainatd oate as lt a
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wheteroOtsecnt of o t as*su S avestrp "Am Ondn excrivstockofaertran Afelo: frt t

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fl|l .e .re Sn...Sunr. WW Mcon ,l Ior T m the firt Ia for the orge stte atattyles hnan everIt
da' n I r ofu tone.favor ,esi m (' e.e O h~* nr -or you-eP in your .
S_ ad (your words) t, whotmaUewIans W Ule shares, may std artUt Eenfet.-.IABrithr

IUKI ^ ^erenment ITs buying p, it e le, H n r..ogl- work r,, ,a arra,-- ntttlra.Wah's W t es" eo Clu d a. lress
101r1' m owdrs-and ar ._t to aidt th ka m.e imanettg 5- mate T : pItea-Townea d's I rgaseo oto

301W ThistwOeekPonlyvtf Wltd.- -'" "- .g_ tn s g8a at -1 s cos tA new.
e, 1A wtweout p" 14ameo Kpeata's whewsome at the Embers t recording .ggle o a aj platter
ter. g t pt Y monrt ees is ae inetr' righthand shadow, -R Rii) a In O away t .o wdth tpiax .e .. ail b w

1tshepwers fr e c Maestro Joe ranl apd AndrearLord .. haso h netudy fr aa.e. r a il-
moOn I n eirnply now. .thouandsofcildno r .(t .h ecifOpe. c b.e m th en. BLOUSES bionwr
.totiitida nd .other's to : be ou more vigil o l e w ed D l O andwu ld b eaailable ontw ord.. number or a r at
bFor0111Aml-myf nmei, butlt" yur am. n ois" a,, u th...r to tee hou e ."
i e gt tou f i U.n ote: He s aphivahcin te. ouar 0 ken' Spl e T he is Vl Kate hiar ane swasu sd --N. 4't

oft aetotalslagwth ohitarwyoa yean'rseyet ad c hravlnyoago na, sCle arx os harn60et. .r epaot o el
!)wato m. te e are phraW tIt, f ied.) ac cin cntinngliv Piservigrdate) Idece. JudysIoopeforbtheuuee oflydship-

awamonthyThe ans a- ce w onl h csft toRs th o uameentaor newsroomud v. 's too..ght tight# awtM hnod vi tago-h..r hu ere ay- thS eav
I usiw ,iTCagjt.PO wIi m toLw' Carolyn Damp (yOln to ABC 'mmett a efr T f o ri e wear la ran t ilanta .c! n c

weaad 31 WI t"UmJ GeCorge Hamilton Combo) will middle-alte with .. A resent .hthatg rav- reviews
C of A tL ad wo o SN S Dro .&,me Shannon.. New Yorker critic Wolot gets "no ea" t anfo g.. .Bamti-
m ers What s d.oW I h.. r+ lbbs' niece (amrh d) weds Neil Smith os melaite M Siar le bd with her
pIIErSM^r Ura uupc~ a t? An Ogar m ,for ONW M itin June... oy Mete De rains Queall tr.feler at The 4 WtMdn Oww h Villae)
SP ,iWfti r rI, Or--- bl"-...?. mary Clarire Doe Au-u Her .pa a damped a a of bot spad-ribs (and barbelue
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Super DC-6 and enjoy first-lass luxury service
at lower fares then any other scheduled airline.

LxptceG EI Ini- ecoUmercI-Ipwing
you to your destination in smooth, powerful,
pressurized four-engine aircraft. En route, you
enjoy the personalized care of APA's dis-
tnctive 3-stewadm service.

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PARIS, ApXi t2P;O )rIne6 e Ia :L the VWana talks.
today ban M s no t e M ter MAthWy den
replying to Ku4i p=posM told the uNO of Co0 ol to- .
i9raBvVFour lxn t t da., the rm olicy'f OtA
conference o tshe -aed Western powers. ave pave
p;.e trety. AuI i t ty trpower fot ?f'a
Authoritat ivW wOn8 (uMI
sate boa o t N Mo($ He said Britain will not Iet
oreI & rencCIharge 'oeduralm uarrels block the
,,'Malk Jean Lemoysu pt h to meeting.
e thatFrancethe Unitedate er rnc For Minister
State. Great Britain and Sov. 1._ ,.I-Luarrived In L,.,
let RuNla meet on the Forelp don'tt alU .._ ch.nd British
Ministers' levi, to d psul the 0 u0 iV u o0 I.ernw.
osibi A g sthe een BI tln believed It would
i.pormed &ouress bellevedthItbe pauaeble to discuss with RBus
the U.S. and the British msw- tho future of Austria and
erwlll be also delvered today. 001U I .tr oee .
he BI Tr wiat an Am-.ter conference
busadors meeting in V I*n o a Eden and Pinsay, lrtta a.
first to wort out the details ana greed with Frnb to peesd
on'y.then a foreign minister preprtiu n
Twaa understood the United Paul's Church
BLUtea, Britain and France hivet P ul C uc
aeed to sde-stp T Observe Feast
posal tht the treaty negofil 0 Observe Feast
Ucr, be conducted by a meetfnz O S
of the Big Four foreign n Of St. Mark Sunday
t-. e Western Allies were re- The feat of St. Mak willib
po .ad agreed further "clarifies. commemorated at a service of
t.on" It needed of the under- Eve ason on Sunday at St.
ptt:nding readied between Ru- Paul'S Church.
sla and Austra In at conference Rev. J. K. Renew will be
JA Moscow liat week on propo- gueit premacher at th sriMce.
ed terms lot the Austran trea- Other services during t. d y
ty In ob-rvancea of the M6o O&d
Ihe ambasIadqr, who are Sunday after Matter will be a
tomet withoutt delay' wouldly Co Ulon at 6 aSm. .
be instructed to complete the IHoly Nuohar at at with.
tekt of a. da.t treaty before Arcdeacon Shirley offilatti
the Anite A n e. Th e MO ediy being the fast of -t.
West, to Iettoal notes, will Mark, there will also be e.le-
recoonMMtend eprentati v 0 of, bration of Holy Communion at
the Aatrtla goNerment part- aj m.

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* RATTAN 3 Pc SECTIONALS .--------...........$245.00
e CHINESE PRAYER RUGS --------.......... 150.00
eMODERN TABLE LAMPS --------.----. 18.50
e EUROPEAN TABLE MATS .......--------- 7.95
GENUINE GINGER JARS ------. 5.25 pr
ETRUSCAN CERAMICS ----------- 3.50
* DUYAN EASY CHAIRS..--..............-... ---45.00
SBAMBOO BLINDS----------.....------ 4.50
* FIBRE BLOCK RUGS ..................... 0.50 ft
* PABCO LINOLEUM ...----................... ---3.50yd
m WICKER' FURrITir -.....-----... -
* CARVED FORK & SPOON SETS---- .......... 50

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Electric robtUng
DBr.B-Q ai. ......... .5
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"IU O Alminum extension chalra.14.95
ml f Atra n swinging gliders.43.50
.gtsa gin up litmpu ..15m.
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Teagersn. By appointment only.
Morning. .. Balboa 2-4239
After 5 p.m....Panoma 3-166')

14.28 4th of July Ave.
Phone Panami 3-0655
"We tan help YOU with

Drs.A. and E. 9 AC
S (palmner Gra Utes)
5 t Per* AvCPea TeL q.l-2
(I block from L Ljc hotrt e

eake Ih Movers
Phoq 2-25.2
Lwm lSdIan at
|Riding & Jumping eleu0s daily
o 5 p.g, -Thone 3.0279
a b o*ppointment.

Parts Salae Service
| Cntrl s26-79.

- ,Refrigrators. I
glml..brBd new, five
aru' warranty, no dow |
I' payment, $12.50 month.

Stove. Modern-MalO,
new. one year gua-"
ove down payment,
S*$p.00 month.

NWu1 received new shipmenL
S latest Model RC-OM
On ard Recordeaansera.
e mpleate wit 45 RPM
hIl Io and MRSn=*c T.O,
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FOR SALE--Weeolglsua e-o FOR .SA -Is-195 Peed Club
fraierotor. excellent condition. Coupe. few Nar endlba. Pric-
Call Balboa 4227 affer 5 p.m. ed to eil. May be fnaned.
on week day., anytime on week- Hos 2245-A. Balboa. Tele-
ends. phone Raho 2417.
FOR SALI:-Meogeony dining FOR SALE:--1948 Plymouth.
room set. sin chairs and China Perfect condition, cheeap. For
clost. $100.00 House 6203, festhew lifermation. telepheme
Los Rio.. 2-434 eor lboee 3289.
FOR SALi:-5-pleeo Matten set FOR SAIj....PFckeod 4951. Big
$90.00. Phone 3-2494 Heue lwvne. Pheon 2-2173.
14-5 9, Now c eobol. -
---eb ---- FOR SALg--1949 Pontiac s-
FOR SALli-Berasinel Diling, pe i ger Cowup. Rallo, steod.
living, boodnm end kitdin fr,, ed shift. I1-1191 after duty
nturo. RU A ma.hnd. Neorigo.- blcrn.
tor. Ilechm tSitu. Air tm- FOR SALT--Oldsmebile 4-dooeer.
prmets. Car plelt wis attach- l lelent condition. Only $450.
man.Callo a dl.____ Call Balboaee 4444.
FOR SALE: Uno mahogany FOR SALE:-1954 Ford Fordor
wor.robe. $95.0-u. Aso one with fordomatic drive. est of-
mahogany men chafonier, $.- fer takes it. Tel. Panama 2-
Tel. *-bdby Panome, Via ks- 3883 or 3-3744.
sall e No. 146-cholet. _
FOR SALE: 1900 Plymuth
FOR SALE: Maytag wringer Convertible. Very good ondi-
washing mh0n01 .e9 ad, tion. Phone 3677 (Navy).
$1 lUU.yU. Curundu I 2-U.
*J1 ato. 8j--172. FQR SALI.--198 Ford Sedan,
SA m 4-door. nicoll#t condition. Tel.
FOR SALE:- oby crib met- 3-6032, Ouilin.
tress and spring. Also bhathiM. *
mneti, use one year.- All tor FOR SALItE 1951 4.doer Chwv-
:2.U0. House 2U2i3-4, Cu- rolot Sedan with power glides
sunds. Tel. 6235. $850.00. Phona Bolbee 4307,
FOR SALE--Fivl ple- Rattn FOR SALE:-..1954 Ford Cret- -
lyvingroom set, odd table. M. line hard top Victoria. Ford-
hoegny room-divider. Dianin. Matic trans, radio, W-W tis,
room set, dble, six chairs, bur- 2-tone, leather upholstery, less
fat, floor table and heed lampes then 7000 mlln. Se this today.
Call after 5:30 Panama $- Smeetr Pardes.
51I.f. --
---- -- FOR SALi:-1952.l iek Super
FRll SALE: -Mahogany bar 4-deor Riviera Sedan. *De v-
matching mirror, shelf charl, flow. radio, set covers, $995
?75,- Double bed. spring, met- full pries, $335.00 down. Snwet
traso, $40.00. Lady's summer Parades.
coat, sIso 1, otcollent buy. --
Tel, 3-0272. FOR SALE:--1949 Ndsh, 1948
Tl -02 lul. 1 949 KOleor, 1951 hevy-
I-FOR SALE: -plao ntake- rolit 1948 Plymouth. Make us
gany Guatemalo Iving roam set, an offer. Seoot Parades.
r4tio, lamps, dishes, bedroom
deusemr, night toabl. Very teO- FR'L ALI.-1947 Studebaker
son*ble. House 2061, Apt. D. 2-oer, radio and evedrivq.
Telephone Curunde 6284. $22,.00. Phone 38,145 or t-
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BOX 0 1"-- ANCOfN C.Z.
A Round Trip by F.A.A. to
Miami. "A weok at the Allisn
Hotel for two." For $0.50.
MirNulous MOdal Church B-
mr-. May 46h., th, 61. *
7th. Call Cristobal 1343.

BoaWt& Motors

FOR RENT:.- Chryller.JdriM
*nieie 4 end 8 cyl., from 95 to
200 h.p. Special Canal Zeia
6-. Fln6lda e9vHilo.-
emote i ft Arie S.A. Pon-
FOR SAlE i-24 foot auxlliaery
61 rillled sel boat. 2S hp..
motor emHtly overhauled. Tel.
' .t,3461,
POR SALE: 30 fet sleep
"MAD CAP No, 2I6I3 .
kood, wIll eMeIder trade for -
.o 54 Petai. vwaon. Call Al.
broak 2301.
FOR SALE: 16t ft. beet 10
h.p. johMw me w and trole,
$00.00. hen. Blb" 2-3.15.

wear @ l. me. whL. Wrie
f P .O.iton Off eredtal

NtAVIgATION asacy require
,| rvice of olte--l .orrespeid-
**th with knowled t _-= tm-

r Iivh e*Ironeo, pon-1 gl.,
Co. P.O. ks S0|, Cidteletl.

FOR' RENT --h hMi ldmom
to boechboW or uoWd cle.
Fi Sk. 7O5 No. 7-10. Telk-
p phonme 1.07.

meat will tar at LOS -
BUR, 20N, Children m |: rr hL Mf
S.las ry In the LOST & FOUND
A No lb. with their
may l eid FOUND: eoe. l tet d fa The
rp M by hour he PeIm am@lMin 0. tar-e
ufterngon. ted porty m lghm bI idb.-
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WANTED -3 bedmm hog.,
mafumbohed CoMNels. Caem-
pe Alege a, ile Vit. Cal
3-3564 eftor p.m.



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FOR SALE:-195 Ferd 4-door
CWtelbe Sedn. Practically
omee new. Leo then 30Q
mile. flying to States. WIN Mll
for .-bsentiMl dIscout. Phaseo
iBlbee 2-3069.


FOR SAIM 194M Stedebaker
Comemder with radloe, i ood
condition. Moderate prior, Own-
er leaving. Vie FPores No. 99.
Telephone 3-206p.

FOR SA.: --.Clben 4-d6e
demn.. Gad tIe en Md ,sat moy-
r,. $300.00. Cramdau Id91-D.
Phone 13-2172.

WANTED: -.o buy all late
models gatemibIles Ipreferable
c lb,,vle ft Dofts. Ply-
montb. wimO OdMMebwNie.
Woe MIg H.7p..
oce Coe Plant). Tel. 2-2616,
1-01M. psFem.


FOR SALE: Ve ltan blinds
built to sit two** family porch.
ExcolHent conditmn. Calj Balboa
1472 after 4130 p.m.
Offen vermg itoe fe eole.
Soaled bide. fr o ie In pub-
lk, will berseolhd enil 10:30
em., April 2, 195, in the of-
fie of Superondeef Store-
heIous,. Iae, fet it or
wiro beler, evolving bins,
lemahe I b p- rowe. e egI
tr'ss aW d el. e laig mne-
ching, i nettl s 1! ua me-

pump, eall gMki6, Ct er-
Pinea t sa! panelgo.
,-, asI #go*rOenal u
t"'cks i at lea "I.'
seahm. teI Mau. MIl ghone 2.
2720, and ep- r type crane
looted at Ma Hed,-electri
Stesi., telbpheoo 4-183. Imri-
erties No. 166 may be ebtal-
od hoNm the ebow sore, a
ron office of Spermnnde w or
SSte -uses, Blee. p tolgphas






WILLIAMS' Senta Clra Beech
Jtole.-- mk lm, cigas-
fnla, 4-bedkm hone Balboa
Gromlich's Santa Clam Beach
Clothes. Modern eonvniences,
modeme rates. PheO Gambo
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages,
Sao Cbu. Boa 451, Balboa.
Phone Panama 1-1877. Cristeo-
bhl 7-1072.

FOR RENT:-Small chllet. one
bedroom, living dining room,
kitchen. Moderate rent. General
Jose de Son Martin Ave. No.
6. downstairs.

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FOR RINT:-2 bedroom cholet,
moWsd room with bathroom
s*ee, i ya calq. Paotill Reeoo
No. 9.. Te. 2-2418.

FOR RINT: Sesond floor of
meldaise Genal Jae San
AMat. Avenue No. 6: Feur bed-,
rooms, living room, dining meem,
kitchen, terp. parob. Inquire
ground eflewr.
FOR RINT: How$* June, July,
4" Augut 3. ..droems.2bah-
rooms, maid's quarters complete-
1V (f*vlsked. HNMea 101 Poati-
Ie. R464, Meet of 12th St.

FOR MNT.--44lar pointed 2
bedmOt Cholot, wawe-teder
and l Keenvenieneea. Phone Co-
Ioe 15914
FOR RINT: -Concrete bung&-
law: thrl bedroom three n r-
ivm, pWter, diniseroam, big
closed ,perch, kitchen, maid's
eom, ws mrooMs, oareao, hot
water onneotlons, $135.00.
Sonny Boy. Sabn 810. Tele-
phone 13,041.






ATTIWhtehi J 1. t built
modern ferniflsd apottmnnts, 1,

FOR RjNT--FWeehed end un-
fumshed 2 e 4-msom modeni
partmntf. Contact ALHAM-
Pg ,. is .

dining rem, 2 em s-e
cious clisei, buthrooms, kitch-
on, het water, maid's room
with bathroom, gare, fenced.
A St. E Cenlgrmo. Telephone
3-2148 from I e.m. to I p.M.
and 6 p.m. to I p.m.

FOR RENT.-2 bedroom o et-
moNt, aow building., ho water,
maid's romom with bathroom El
Conrelie, $115.00. Telep-tne

FOR RINT-Moderm twe-bd.-
Mrom epotmemt in BeRN Vlft,
S Ia Stmet No. 4L JAll Zubie-
to. phkee 3-3336. I

F6R RENT.-Furnishod 2 bed-
room apartment, sseemed, het
water. Best reoidentiel MctWie.
Compo Algre, comer of Ri-
cardo Aries and S lot St.. "A-
m ea" building, Apt. 3.- '

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Colpan Motors will open a Direct Branch

FOR RINTP-Moderm ffilency
apartment 6pl 6for a ba*helor
o-m e' as" Agency in Colon for the Atlantic Side
Cline. Call -5421 from 6:00
p.m. te 0 p.._______

1u-t,--- Rsdents where New Car Sales-Used Car
i bt* T "N o em2els.
b,,rt NevemM Ne. 22.

FOR MHNTi-Fewighied atd-
meet wit sfwsatw. Pych,
parlor dg go, dom
kitchen. gM,9100. 500. I00 ire
112 Vie Uelo Porrs., nMea
ReeVt 1T1ew.
FOR SALI -- ApomeNIt fr-
ebbed. LmeiMg Wem.Vev
tow price. TufMw 3-4032
FOR RENT:- Tiaes artdm
chalet. ,peco-t modem. 2 bed-
rooms. Jt buelt. 16th St. Pati
Na. Tielepbhe- y155.
Help Wanted
WANAM **h *Mk wit
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with .Ge6RI Montgomery "LAST OFI ,
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Bude Locke Legslative Act WolfsonTo Build Annual D
Aso 4aAyu' Bu'Dan.t.- vr- 'r Lock. .-- t.. -= .crformanses. Admission will h
.-Theater Ofr1 Dance Chnges- INfle O Lxvury Hotel Cial 75s for adults and 50e for child
)once N ..-O. ,uu. I, tel ren. Tickets may be obtained
O I&.0rrier .o I .
ROW Rcital At 'Yollege In Ciudad Trujillo Al Balboa movie In the i oCtlo
, Teatre of s M, t. CIUDAD TRUJILLO, Doin. The annual- reeital of the ,

SV 7: At this time Itects of several Florida hotels This !: the eighth :dltion of Phs Crook as the North Wind
Aft; 14n 40E4pd h|i Coo the7b North thi t ie
"eL.- *C ]ca e pup^B-k i Ino d c her o gan 8tat l varsity i morrow on the new 300-room Boy s.
uA t ., st W In odUce her Miachigan SI recital wl be resenJoh wtll erect a -million dolla in h ullyo o b- presented Y yo Canavag a Jacqwhich
cou im e twolentedLpud to et more In her own Anah aid th i i ma round be comy Mrs. Wates n:d .her puirl os nteert wam
Se creat tomet at lad ast of Wt", and the lovely day n th history of there. Dominican Worlds showee will be no exception, L e us-
Aw ..... t __heea.I, rse. es which she designed State. We're g.rnaful to the ed for the enefid. a worthy
T ..s .iW.. o id _l for P Imore at o ey Te "Will O Direction is by Carl egislaturome for recognizing M- Work s expected to begin to- cause th yart Zon

pwerarri-r, thre aore atom0c The Marine Corpt s beinJ out c year Cana ZeI
B ,m on sI n thei 1,_ l00 to a force of Jly Coe. chigan State4:30 universityy I morrow on the ne:15 00 -room, B Iy LS
.'W m brg enough o U i present r name Johnny WSSMU ER "On with the
..ed senate legslafon. M e Cor contmm da recitalwilll aat. "y r-oditoned ho Ete" whih ha to a ll hops..
Rep. eore MUlmon (D-Tex, said he ha are ued ver e t sd the bill the must be completed by the open-"s antle rated that th h year's
chwU01o e f it'a11y "Wewould ave to goet more In three acts "TeGladeWood-absenceofGov.a.MengnofethenDominicanWorld's
ar.nU S y if wekept d loyment at land" t of Wet", and "Here William whos tourinthe Dominican Worldsow w be no e

l Ste f .ht against the bnlt. dent's cut ras the decision of he "Bwana Devil" Color! Wilim whu u t p f. and
S M y .42U. et Lan the on raeThomA re- d There. Some of the Out-Near East. The name change Fair of free world nations next
Smitt, c j.oo would call for "more u- t the Navy is usng ar- Willthe Wis The *
errerp Cannonand others l he d islesvy in th flet. ed wpo TWO GNS A BADG T h e roken
ally v brable to atomic op- duedl opt 00er0 offi o er sa MaARd e IST Glow WoArm I al- TOMORROWRIST
Serwhelmgly favorable anyor years aidthe a more. olos in-wo G And A Badge" "THE ROCKET MAN"
vote. Tho,-e vot,,*aD~t yV's 0jb wll be to use arYtlr a ".a ovty. ,s cTIVE TSra. "Last Tim I s Paris" iII
prugpal calling forI 111 s.5. 1 "lAE I rnI I u nKIV
and r, thd Marhall Thmedium-range" is :15 :05 LA A 6:15 o:00

S. "aibler fr Natches" "SIEGE AT RED RIVER"- h t
4t`11 GP PolIey ao e. itti I 8 SANTA C430, :15,8:00 DIALO CAM TS. 6:15 8:00 \-R LI AS I

ptl t.W+lf MW1d -n tonal d't ndmen.- 11 "CANIA On." TJohnny Neighbor's WiLe" ...
IaT dctUR.VI p t1. taofrmuel oC.Sheperd,... ,, IE TE
vided In separate legislation. Marine .e mpi om anda ut.Jungle'U-, Jh y S-L an ..Eaer lIi tIlk
Rep. George. iMon .(D-Tex. said he,.SF "ar gued AveryJ.I". R&OCURTAIN"mI
.. riue p1 tfe Susm i tS,, stronigly" for a fofte of 215,000 '"7:91 5i et

Chairman Clarence. C.Npo-. the..M. -., s seWttin up T:
the House Appropriatimons Com- guided missiles battalion and -"Vsgas' "PASSION" Technicolor
on mIor" 'su- tlt the Navy1 11u,11n1g air-! aiaAlSSI'ONI- Te
nercarrier,. Cannon a-,d'oters lau mbed missiles in the flee. L. O S,, c w o. I.a. O GN A -oDG.
b1 lieve the big flpttops will be The Marines also plan to devel- I 1r 010.. m m"-s PI
especially vulnerable to atomic op helicopters for lnvasions.lL aZ, Itg 'Tr-I ul'L -u 1 ."Al._ ,
h t sI btse. wailsRAlsoA .15 7:45 CRISTOBAL 6:15 7:55
But even MAhe lngl j vorin athe are "quite a ways off." Purl Fou l, hae MO AN "
oFot iyer-c, tne d.tal m [is 5 w to FM "Two Guns And A Ridge" "THE ROCKET MAN"
vote. Thom vodqt ainsg11t P1s- vy's job will be to use carrieCombats p. thiea Saturday 'T= DETECTIVEO Sal. "Last Time I Saw Paris"
asoewere Re .. Glenn DavIt cruisers and submarine A nd thusu n I tnll
_V and Pied Marsll (P for "medium-rane" misles. PARAIBO 6:15 3:05 LA BOCA 6:15 S:00
Fred.. a(P wasoenmdveneg" "Gambler from Natchez" "SIEGE AT RED RIVER"'-
tpe iocratIO charges that the
It O P Poiucy commltte SANTAC -159 : 500
~y discl ed, national do". A O" "Thy Neighbor's Wife"
L ~fge se'to a port ItA- .
I r.iME, .bU DGE ,T TE I

S dy ad tomorrow." Wus" s a
S developleIAtU In fantastic new
I wvqsons .whc It' qaid justified
the manpower reduce t o n s. It
was published for -use of Repub-
lican orators,
Rep eI.lvitn Price (D-Ill)
#aid the report was the "most
Shoekig .rach o Mgeurity" he.
had see PMee, a, member
of the House Armed Services
Committee, said the RuS s1 inA
Eumbasy could send all 1,tA
es o .."all- they need is
As the House was debating
the bill, its military appropria-
tias .abcommUtte made p u b-
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BUSY MOTHER OF FOUR, MRS. BARRY CABLER, takps time out to sketch and design cos-
tumes for The Parade of Industries. It will be. presented tomorrow night April-23rd, -t the
Union Club,. for the Charity BaU J1 honor of President and M7s. Ricardo Arias. Mrs. Caster was
formerly a dress designer for the well-known Elisabeth Hawes of New York and worked on the
fashion staff of TOWN AND COUNTRY. At one tine, Mr.sCasler was assistant Fashion Editor
of the WOMAN'S HOME COMPANION. Mrs. Casler is the wife of Mr. Harry Casler, Public. At-
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MRS. WILLIAM BOYD i1 hard at work measuring one of the costumes for the Orphanage of
Our LmadW Charity Ball which will take place tomorrow at 9 p.m. Mrs. Boyd was for v years
Publlety pvDt r for the famous New York hat designer, tr. John of John Fredries. The for-
mer:L y frsut came to Panama with a group of models and editors from VOGUE maga-
sine. It WMs drbn this visit that she first met her husband, Bill Boyd.
Costunem. For Pai" Of Fund Charity Ball at the Union the Republic of Panaha and
Indust riesA rDesigned Cl u tomorrow. Mrs. &.rr y Mrs. Ricardo ArlajTA giving
Under A Blanket Of Secrecy Casier and Mrs. William Boyd a reception tonight at9:0 p.m. ,- -
The Parade of Industries will have designed and executed at the TresidecA .In honor of
_e hehigh: gtof thBuildin each costume m the Paraae 'to His Eminence, Carli Arch-
be the highlight o the Building represent an outstalndipg u u bishop of Quito, Dr. .-Carlos M.
n- ess in Panama. 1'1e iollo-ing de Ia Torre, who arrived yester- -
V lovely models will be coatdminu day.
Sta portray tne following Indue-
tries: Arnanne Mueller, M Iss Zone And Panama Regret
Singer Sewing Macnine; Rose- Col. Paxson's Departure
lene Briceno, Min Armour Cio- Colonel Harry 0. P a x so n,
verbloom; Ganny di Belm, MiWss Leutepant Governor of the Ca-
P1 Fuerza y Luz; Sandra IMotta, nal Zone Since July, 1952, left
Miss Cerveceria hacional; Pat- this morning by plane en route
ty Hattler, Mass Pankma Cigar- to his dew assignment in the-of-
ettes; uynthia Orr, Miss k.sao; flee of he Assistant Chief of Ecotomical, Practical,
LstBeua oe la Ouardia, Miss Pa- Staff,~-2, I.n he.Depatntment of At Cost Price!
S -" .nama Insurance )o.; Berta de the Army, Washington, D. C.
.la Guardia, .Maso Tasco Batte'. He is to be-asioieeded by Col- MONTHLY 810.0.
ries; Pdlar del Valle, Miss .ra- onel Herman W. cBhull, Jr., at *1
nin International Airvays; Ri- present District Engineer in CLUB 3.75
ta Duran, Miss Auerbach Poi- Jacksonville, Fla.
lak and hiteardson; Wilma del An active community -worker "-Y' -
Valle, Miss Asactrera Naci on- trrasghout his period of service
al; lima Easqffery, Miss Cate in the Canal one. Colonel Pa- EA SY
Duran; Agne 5trn,: Mis Porc- son has made m friends in
ter & Oamble; MJiguelda Atu- and out of the Canal Zone from Wwing Machines
l. za, Miss Boyd Broters; Dolores wniom he bam been receiving --
ed p Brceno, Ms National Dtille- pr n f re e his de- W familyclothe
riese; tirley Ransom, Miss C0- pi Py ft th I s. M34otht
j va, 8.A.; Pat Quinn, Miss Coo- .. m an hour!
perativa Pesquera; Baby Fre&- i
ericks, Miss Panama Riding A- AwwB
c ademy and Dolores Koeaan, ..
Min Mercurlo; 8JL 011t AiM "A-"I- AI. &

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comprisLng the m n pt o i
floor dhow, wtl-, present
for the first time in Pa a a '
during the eyetag. There wi a
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Phats And Cakes presive ceremony, with Father
A Iw fToday .am_ M. aLeJy, ,pm rua -i U
At 9 fatk rector of the Ormanition, ol-!
7 A Andrw s eplscopal Church c it, n.
i l WCill hoW q thrift aIe
today April n, fromA 10 am. Lu The officere-elect who too
a pma. al ;ite pqn i ball, St. An- the-ar oatna 6dr onice beWore nme
ArUtoled l w111 ler a":: Pr-oIa4ent, Mrs.
lplats and bak*| stse an uceeding Mrs.
Si .ldaredI P ; Vl Preident,
be n h sving icles to beMrs. .w ehm e 'l a succeed-
S -' eae.plese 1~a ait M ~t. .ilg Mrs. qte rte Trim ble;
y Phone o Mr. Secretary, Mra. J et Lar-
D. W. a -1. rlasotf succeeding MrwA 0ene-
S. vive i2d2 aar Treasurer, Mrs.
Mrs. Alfredo Aklma Jr. Sue Ri suct weeding Mr s.
ner reta to Manama
af a visit to the Un Ited At the close of the install a-
SWtte, Olga Aleenan comment- tion, Father Kely expressed his
Sed tat the moat outetauding of confidence in the new office r s
hel eperTlencea *r her at- and tanked thl retiring o ff l-
t. dance at seven Brok dway cers for their work during the
pa~As.Y 15 W a brilliant season past year. The regular business
of New York Theatre and Mrs. session followed with the ne w
Alwman menuoned as her favor- president, Mrs. Allen, pre s t d-
It', Th ~ad Seed; The Pala- ing. after which refreshime n t
sRGame, Tea Hous of the Au- were served by Mrs. Margaret
gut Moon ald Anastasia. Martin and Mrs. Mildred Re:-
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Luncheon Party Given ._i
For Mrs. Plambeek
M.mS.Robert. Rat1 .ber a n d IAWC Colon Unit Meeting
the M a' Louise Iowla d afnd The trio thru the Canal plan-
Betty Mltchel were join hostess- ned by the Inter-Aat er Iea n-
a at a' luncheon at th e home Woman's Club, ColWp Unit, for-
of Mrs. Rathgber, n honor of Sunday, Ap% 24, hba been can-
Mn. Arthur. Planhbeck of El called due t ithe late Bail In,
Cangrejo, who is leaving for hour of the sh. This trI will
the States this week. Among be made on the Marro Polo
tho represent were Mrs. $ h I r- Italian Line, on May 24.
17 "Mufnieman, Mrs. Doro t h y .
Btten, Mrs. Edna Engel. Mrs.
SMrs. Patsy Bvan4 Preslden t.
Father Kelly Iastals of the Balboa Wotan's Club. Is
New Offl ers rilving a coffee Tttoday nmor'n-
Of RIory Altar $de4tIng. Aorll 21, -t -.a*m. at the
" The. monthly meeting of the Fern Room of the Tivoli Guest
SRoary Altar Society of the Ho- House for Officers and o a r d
ly Family Church of Margarita Members, in honor of Mrs. Ed-
was held Monday evening. April na Plumer, a Past-President of
18th. Proceedingh the met I n g, the Balboa Woman's Club. Mrs.
the newly elected officers of the Plumer Is leaving sh o rt 1 v to
Society were Installed In an Im- make her home In the States.


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20 Cook monk 58 Insects 44 Require '
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Iwm able James MacDonald,- rt Elliot's Panamonte Inn are:
Oueit Of Withins '" Mr. Juan Ehrman L. of Pana-
Rabbi and Mrs. Nathan ma, Mr. Otto Hausmann of Pa
Withbn'of Balboa, entertained at nama, Mr. B. Velasquez C. oz
ithq a": me, Thursday evening,' Panama, Mr. Juan C. Mendez
Aprl 21, in honor of the Honor- of Panama, Mr. and Mrs. Ma-
J9e James 0. MacDonald and nuel Calderon and their son, Cb.-
MacDonald, who stopped berto, of Panama. Dr. and Mrs.
i .the Isthmus en route to South I A. Heirman of Aguadulce, Mr.
f Aevma. Mrs. James MacDon-, George Berman of P a n a m a, i
t-ad was the first Ambassador Mr. Clint Osborne of Panama,
of the United States to the State Mr. and Mrs. Leland J. Spauld-
of Israel. ling nad their son, L e I and J. *
Attending the reception were Spaulding, Jr.. of Bal b o a, C.
6. representatives of the sever a i Z., Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Alfaro
f Jextsh organizations of P a n a- of Panama, Mr. and Mrs. C. C.
S -.3a, Colon, and the Canal Zone. Carney of Panama, Mrs. Celia Rodman, Miss M. A. Cole of
S' -- Q. Diaz of Panama, Mrs. M r s. Panama, Miss J. McKerness o
I rMmanlans And Zonlans Enella D. Quelquejeu of Pana- Panama, Mr. Eddy Kandler o
' krJoy Vacations In Boquete ma, Captain K. M. Breesma 1 e Bocas del Toro, Dr. and Mrs
S-ecent guests staying at Ve and his son, Bob Broesamale of i W. 0. Somin and their son of
S- Panama, Lt. and Mrs. Roy Zo-
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SMrs. J. 0. White of- Rodm a n,.
T f n Lt. and Mrs. Robert L. C h a p-
The be I St sItlk man of Rodman, Ensign anrd
The bes m ilk Mrs. John D. Teays of Ft. Ama.-
f dor, Ensign and Mrs. J. B.I
m. I A imm / Stuart of Rodman, and Miss
Sfor your b by Silvia Perez of Panama.
SRichard Sullivan Jr.
Of Margarita
Married In States
S\ Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Barbour
of Frisco, Colorado annou n ce
the marriage of their daughter,
i Dandra Lee to Richard L. Sul-
livan, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs.
T --Richard L. Sullivan of Margari-
'. *ta, Canal Zone.
L 7The groom will graduate in
June from Clemson College in
South Carolina with a degree In
The best milk for your ,-by f pure, engineering and will be c o m-
Simissioned a Second Lieut. in
safe Klim m Doctors recommend it
because it is so dependable and easy tb Duringthe summer mon Air e.
digest. Fresh-flavored, nourishing Ki Mr. and Mrs. Sullivan plan to
Visit in Frisco, Coloraido with
milkePSchildren grow stronger d the newly weds.

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Many Assist In
Panama Federation
For Christian Service
The 82nd Semi-antinual m e e -
ing of the Panama Federati on
held at the Cath edral of St.
Luke, Ancon.
The theme of the day was
"World Peace." Psalms 29:11.
The Invocation was given by
Rev. John S. -McDuffie, Assist-
ar4t, Cathedral of St. 'Luke ; An-
con. The welcome was given-
,rMrs. F. J.. erhardt, Cathe-
dral of St. Luke, Ancon, and the
response given by Mrs. H.ow-
ward Harris, Gatun Union
Mrs. Muton A. Cookson was
soloist and Dr. Walker *. Al-
derton from Gamboa Union
Church was guest speaker and
his topic was "Living For-
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then after church service-s O' m.4or

in the air-condtoned halba Room from 11:30 a.m.
ComplBnentary cocktail and.youz ehico of a wonder-
4 '. ful menu for only $235. Lucho Ascarrgaz at the organ.
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light, col tropical breeoe, laughter and oft _a* e,.as
a background to your enjoyment of table lads wi
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LIEu LAtu -The lace that,
trims a glamor gal's undies.
comes out into the open, dainti-
ly trimming her nylons. Legs
belong to Actress Kim Novak.

.Funeral services for the late
Franis. R. Larrier, an old-Mmer
Who died In Santo TomAs Hos-
iWalJ lst week, were held at St.
Paul's church on Sunday eve-
The Rev. John Spear from La
officiated, concluding the
at Jardin de Paz Cemetery,
here. he was buried.
Pall bearers were Egbert Du-
sausay, Paul Creque Thomas D.
Reed, Carlton all, Victor
Thompson, Beresford Dennis
and dgar Nelson, Jr.
Those sending wreaths In-
eluded Oscar Muller, B. 3. Den-
nis and family, 0. Kirten and
amil, Mr. and Mrs. Bingham
,and famUy, Mr. and Mrs. Halph
Damage. Larrier and family
and Daughters of Unity Tempe
Of Elks, Paralso.
Arriving here from Barbados
In 19$6, Mr. Larrier was retiredI
from employment with Gorgas
hospital in 1952. He was a mem-
ber of the Sojournerse Ben-
evolent Society and of the Sil-
ver Employees Death Benefit
Survivors are the widow, Mrs.
Cleopatra Larrier; six daugh-
ters, Mrs. Ruth Nelson, Mrs.
Constance Talmadge, Mrs. Myr-I
tle Eivy, Mrs. Maud Thompson.
Blanch and Hilda Larrier; a
brother, the Rev. Joseph Larrier
in Barbados: 11 grandchildrenI
and other relatives here and in

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atting with Dofla Amalla
Ido Novey and her ssater,
e charming women were re-
icing about the changes in
use of the aguacate on the
s of Panama. They recall-
he surprising fact, that in
childhood (some years
the avocados were served
the sweet Panamanian
de CaAa, or Molasses as it
commonly known in the
s. Asked if the dish was
d as a dessert or salad
consulted each other" and -
memories and recalled
it took the place of a
relish, something like the
we use Cranberry Sauce.
da Corner Is not suggest-
his as today's receipe but AVOCAO I
t If you too an nostalgic
t because some have pre-
es against very sweet dish-
ade of Avocados, is no rea-
not to pass along this un-
recipe for a beautiful avo-
Avocado Pie
(Makes 1 9-Inchne pie)
ne latn e avocado, 1 can
etened eindensed milk, -
poon grated lemon or
rind; ; euip lemon or
juice, 2 egf yolks, few
as salt, 1 baked 9-Inch
y shell, avocado for gar-

prepare avocado, cut In-
halves and remove seed
skin. Force fruit through
to make 1 cup pulp-
sbine condensed milk, lem-
ind and ulee, Itght-
eaten arg yolks and -sit.
stir until mixture thick-
Fold In avocado. Turn
baked pastry shell and VAP-
Several hours. Garnish i U
h balls cut from avocado
h French ball cutter or
spoon measure, if desire.

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Jaquimazo Duel Looms

Five apparently well-matched Imported thorough-
breds racing in the "B" and "C" brackets will dis-
pate a $750 puree over one mile at the Juan Franco
rce track tomorrow afternoon min the day's fea-
tWred event.
Scheduled starters are last Sunday's straggling g a t e-
0,V i.,d.PostinoVICh, T u r- less start In the "Clasico Ouar-
ut Surk Bunset and Jaqu... _- dia Naclona' nTargot also far-
zo. 'The latter two will race In ed poorly at the getaway and
$t entry.should be out In front from the
The probable mutuels choices time the gates open until he
arTe Turgot and the Jaquimazo- reaches the finish line or in o-
Dark Sunset entry. Vulcanlsado vertaken.
and postiziovich. however., will several otr. pro spe tive
have substantial back iug thrillers are on tap in the eleven
.~they are showing imrace program. Some of t h e
poveinat in their workouts. are so evenly matched that the,
The speedy Turgot, which wil moonshO ters could ave a
cha $odriguez, will be hard to LA-TINlNO e Bnl I
h in this event. He will tote -
116 nrlipslwithothelChiaegeok b WL.. nd % a*
theMo 11 for Jaq.ulumamo ja F a cUll ips 1 h ander stay.' t h en" I9C,
wb1&wi e lb under the hnd-, l CONRArDO _____"--- -- _--_ --___le
of p e Hector () A. s 03N ag to indicate
rk set a winner hr g115 -NothiPrince Coyeng mEdgaronth
1 I i ad iL 1 -B-- muanGrad ed t

den % .. |.o 'W Da- 3-eoamos- t o' u e. Rodrlu.W LO8 M omu beg

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It, tvi of 105 pounds. Vulcani-5-,ayhen rCepant" 5--.oun" prince rto. 'af 7 F111 -Pa m leSM MCitem

*m e--sO l lu.meSecond Baee ric th. T Dbts
Swas the victim of 11-aro 4-ebtncachada Bamane. 10 -houldet from layoff up
-E 5-oung Prince V. Casql --Mu-Last wasimpreve liot
uo- o -- A B. YcAuirre 113 -4a* ingodform

1 .AONM 4-SuOJtra B. Agulrre 108 --Nthin plenty hs
ANDING 8 5-Cbtorra H. Roud 108 -ou core o upsetting
TAND --Reflector Banchez 111 -Rates fair chance
Oift t Hal oooMd alt 7- stUngo C. Lino 115 -Reportedly ready
won, w e a It PO. Team won Lot F -
63 9 1 A52 O1 M 60 n. a4 m e 3rd4aee "H Natives $. FgtsiPuB S Pel7Coi
B.... A .455 Miaem .....6 .*
..a ,m,*m. 33 Paloas.u ..3 6 IProtn Dodipe 0 -. Ood early foot
Iw.. ... 7' .200 Pmaas. ....4 --1 a a. g 104 MU. but fractious
-Man Igual F. 4ioy- speed only
RINAP hredi-) i GasA. T 1 M"re oon
"0aI2) & ......* ** 0 a-oa 0. laeGo gora 11 It out
SCol). ..... 1 A vj. Ae -

b4 39268 0 411I Mor-evDan Be 117 -toeL nt cln a
w (O )60 21 24) .2.....2. 1 S 1 o re

SFr wou (P umas;) .. 7 1 5 1 0 I .a ae J. Oonaors 115 doemht ount
SPfees-(M i)5.V 53 2 32 115 .8 4oaS 0 Wodt e B. Pa 17 ---Nothg os montdOhsW

lsu (Oos)Sw) 11 18 1 S --(WNsach M. Ycasa 10 -Thued be winner too
( (Coe)o ....... 5).01 11 21 2 4 A1i

StOConefws). ... U 9 15 11 .2 1-B F. ooy 1031-Noth l to recommend
r)td (QPldomut). .. 2 17 214 0 rhes A V.luez 115 -Will fight It out
moS (Puma) ..... 8 15 15 1 4--FOolden Wonder s tea. 114 -angeus contenders
ob?%(eolotS) .. M0 1 18 00 14 80 -Nacho V. CMrRo 117 2-he horse to beat
R( ) ..... 41 1 15 1 h ae "G" 4 ied 1 Mile Pn o 45o P-eo n-o .
(MOMwoa) ........ 54 1 22 2 20 .344 FLd B10e the in montble
r (Macaw ..s).. 2. 9 0 2 l-Anmat a Yauea 115 --Dngerould conte ier
(eelot s ).. 53 16 16 2 15 .2 J. 3L p 105 -ras s1o gel w inn esr t

o 'o ) .5 1 1 1 1 0 21 AN a Tees Ud Yc. o 116 -Wo i g It out
(). 7. 5 8 12 0 .J9 4-6tr yabe E. P m11 % F oNs Pool Csit
Barn (Macaws)) .. ... 29 11 5 0 1 s--MJisc F. Rodo 1 -xethingeto recommend
noh (Ocelots). .. ... 1o 1 4 .85- 1-Deeano Ar C. n C llsz--NothMg to Inderate
(Palomas). .. 0 1 1 .15 B al e 1Aurre i11 -Mc to best form
ecalws.. 5 17 I4 14 0 6 .A0M -Chepenota A.OVaqueug1WlllghtIt out
do(Plrnws)... 13 15 2 15 us 4-Golden Wonder A. Yea- 114 -Dnerous contender

S(Ocelots) .... 230 0 .7. llo 117 hors to bat
S(PiOM ) .- ...t. 18 8 2 0 1 01 7 lt B 1 Di a

(111SCR). 0 1 0 0 11 01l8
(M" =u )s.... ...'. 10 11 1 17 1" h Race "G" DIported 17 milM F org P40-1lino

S (M lotas) .... 11 1 10 J leind Race of the Double
(o5ma4s. 10 1 1 0 .0B o rirw a v 1a0ll mo
ew(nM1s) 9 2 2 0 2 -Ama
(qcl )A-1 50 11 11 1i 2-Welsh Fox 7. 1 UM 110 -_Hasstrongest finish

an (elot )...... ... 3 .1 S--T 'TeelM. Ycaz 116 -Mihollit iet alt
............ 7 0 5 o4-Frlyab PIa 0. 115 -Longshot poassbility

e (Macaw-mls).......2 1 5 0 4 .' 4-suo L. Olseo 112 -Prefe usho t route
(POI SioS).....54 12 1 0 6 S 135 7--oduml- ogurre 116 -Racing to begoost form

I .. .. -. 234 0 3 .174 i n a -
S(0Mina) ........ 57 14 l 0 6 11
(PrS oS S)...... 24 8 4 0 5 .167 7th Rae M" 3 IOtd 107 Fexerm e$M oot In elot

( Pots). m.. ). ..... 52 13 l 0 10 a 1
Y l.t). 13 1 2 -D0 0 1--4O.C. Chav 103--ut olowr '.

V9)10 .. .. 0 .01 2-Be oyal A. Yca 110 -lo. 1 otnder
(olcaw)..... 5 8O 1 4-C0 do L Glr Yalda 1013 ut, veil whenrested
(Pljo.s). .... .....2 2 j o-PaleFac-ea F. Nodrio 115 --rmprovmog t ....
Ocelo). 17 6 2 0 22 jul 7--oDrtjPi.ceu B. YAg 118 --.staaceeait Ilast
Shaes (Paloas). ...... ... 2 1 a k A 1 -0o 1_ 1
3Tle(os). 1 1 1 o 2 -rhlspace J. teVil 118 -eprtedl5 FoV ed
(Pumas). .... 2 5 3 4 .0 102.-iPoo ai

(a )..) 1 o -M erry C. 315m1. 118
,wmh .) ...... 2 9 o M 110 0

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-TWO YEARS ago I want home
S6o Saramento from the worn
e's amateur winter tbr with

pento gt rid of I, -
too.Mhad given up olls Mbr
Col not cone tratm e nd

h desperation almost I t. n-
ad to Tommy LoPrestI6 a v ero-
an lub teo ac where to hit wath

Sbigand terreak be o the
ecut on o a oo b shi.ot and
shot at the wrong pattern of on-
Tommy taun.
every to Twmmy La ystew, hat

which led me to the Women's
Nation Amti for tChm weather
and terrain-utemsbasi So the
execution of a god shotwand

Thanks to Tommy a. Privs t I
which led me to the Women's
eNational Amateur Chua mpoan-

Ibral a ore ae
a era -Po bsi For

Dy TolA er Chmon -

Only a handful of last yea's
scoring guns will be back for the
15M campaign i the Atlantic
Basketball. League and Gold
Coaat tans can look for new fac-
es and new names when the box
scores start appearing on the
sports pages. Of the five teams
competing for hoors this year,
only Gibraltar returns, almost
intact, with their tremendous
scoring punch, though, it ap-
ears they will still sorely lack
In defense. '
Leaving out Jerry Stelzer, who
led the 1iop last year with 225
Naval .t&ti. OlGibraltar
laces four yep in the other
top six. Noel Obton, 114, Louis
Hooper. 101 Arnold Manning, 97
and Wally Trout, whq scored 50
points in his five al arances
during the 8seaon wil he the
mdalitay of the Indurance-men's
They hold the edge too in the
foil-sh ooting-department which
has a.wys proven an Important
factor a team's quest of a
champoh M 43
for the 6o ea and Waiy Trout
made 138o hl fift int total
on free throws i I ms9e 1 five
As al there la mwMr aW
useo in tonsiased an -
pero nce. t Nr O
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a-ti ba .>.
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oof sv n baen- h*i I nc unt
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or eap him -i 'i t t tn GatAe ah e" mt

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Teams W L 3 .G S. w L -. ----
Boston ..... 6 a 2 .', -- b oy ...10 0 1.000 -
Chicago ..... 4 2 .61 .. !. .TO .mEW YO April. (UP) -
Cleveland .5 I St 5 3 .05 4 IT atvanV an -gs, who
New York ... Phiadella.4. 5 .444 9% AWptNoatdoud eader triumph
petroit .... ASO42 ,5e jr 80 25 G06
ansas' at -,- .{ 2!~W ~Cncinnati ,.t2, 7 222 Y. of first place in the In-
-Baltl O. .~i_._ )ith a perfect 4-0 record.
S TO i .TODAr '0 UA,
BosNew k. o 1 rk 1 0 nO (1, cO, The Tronto Maplfsbger, Leafoer
ChreIowzA ) I" ustyv, Alex-wde() nd oew a (N) ed the Syracuse Chiefstar,
Detrol at ClevelaM )W1 0 0 l 1W B 1 a (N) a mat ailo htexr ip the e
e-thint. at C anla. ilwkee (N) In eona ct fory a as m-rph
S.Wash.f t .at ; dU --, .mano while elsewhere, the co
.- 1. V In iB&WMULTS f119wpd with a five-bit, 44-
Boston. .1 .SULTS. 'hi adew York at g 4h .2mbus JetsInoutlasted the Rocha
Balthidore 1 01SU- 2 ',5 11ookln 02161SOs--44 11 0 '
qew o k 6 ee 4 1 0e, postpored (1et, Grmees) ioo The Tprento Maple Leaf ed he
KretlOW a2),nd W0 A | I a.. Ved the Syracuse ChIef, 5-4 hen
tande ') Myer, dnlya (1-) and a- schedulan afternoon contest for their
T ).-and borrI16 Vanella. aecouG victory In as many
.- -. .a.i ~ while elsewhere, the ween
chca 00--0 O DNew York at Uitts, gh -mbus Jets outlasted the Rochals
w Detro 9-.001- postpo1 Mler M t rountis) e steered aungs, 13-8 and the
Br and h -- Richmond Virginians, who adedthe
Po I ) wd Only gamil scheduled. Montreal Royals, 2-1, in seven
ChicDt 0b Detroit:- Garver (14), 2 ver-g irnla and Royals was

!LoUar. i Only games scheduled. their first two games to the
-. Royals by a single ran ea*h
S* time, shoved over a lIngle
R l iE fr I 4 M flflEmibrt pisrkn their last turn at bat

o :. h., a'- m .... e.'

t hmpionship Meet
H~t: am

Homeroom 8B came from be-
hind to se* -up the Balboa Ju-
nior High. School. sawimaUl
championships of 1985. The 8i
,boy@ and girls amassed a total
of 26 point asthey were pus.-
ed all the way by homeroom 70
whose team earned a credible
21 points. '
It looked for, time a tho
the 70 gang would waIR of
with the honm ., There were 15
homeroom teams in the meet,
and all but two of the 15 man-
aged to eke-ou at least 1 point.
RESLTS-(aUll eet a meters)
40 free t: '. Se Lin-
coln Be; 2~. i Hafe HarIed 73;
3. Janice Moat W. Time: 27.0.
40 free style--boys: 1. Herbert
Specter ; 2. DBerard Payne
7A: 3. H. BaCker 8B. Time: M4.0.
40 brea stroke--bys: 1. J.
- do. David roteFA TAnnif
A 3. DavM Y r IA. :'Tim:

8C; 3. Robert umoerer i
Time: 1:05.6.
40 bacl troke-rI: 1. lDanl
Harned 7,"' 2. ai6W X 0h
7C: 3. Inesz BaE. Tn:
40 back'e trT-oys: 1. 1
Days 87; L J.'ol4en J
Enaelke 8. Time: 291.
Francis T rM r 70 '; A'
Sector 7C; 3, Mar flm'ot I
Time: I:03P .
T0 free style-boys: 1. R.ChI
RB; 2. Her t Speetor 8H;
Marcus K t 8F, Time: 5
160 medley relay-4girl: 1.
Time: 2:4&8,
160 medley rlev-boys: 1.
2. 8A. Time: 2:19S,
160 free style rElay-lrls:
70; 2. 7C; 3.a T0t. : :0o

160 fre style relay-bys: 1. Tie
8F and SB, 3. 8D; Time: 1l45.5.
Divl-g-girls: 1. Sue Lincoln
8C'2. irriet Gunderson 7E.
Dving-boys: 1. Bill Brunner
8F; .2. Macomb BA; 3. Bimmy

Pacific Divisional

Sfall League
Nktlonal Distillers copped the

tillers were in cg
game from the
they scored five
The Beermen's
enced as they cot
3 runs on hits.ol
of IL. Mosely,. T

i~t L atl ding oA
tsl teammates was

Distillers tallied 5
a first Inning-o three
belSg a home run by
ad. E. Roberts the
stting clhip, blasted
tripperin the fifth
core the other run for
rs. Cerveza scored the
rs. Cerceza scored one
first and 2 more in a
7th Inning rally.
itional Distillers will
, S. A. on Saturday in
ame of a two-best-of-
npionship series. The
ne will be played on
27th. with the third
necessary, to be held
ay 30th. T e Saturday
start at 4.30 p.m.

Sick, Worried Mirandb
I O .

Wows 'Em At Shortstop

NEW April 22 (UP) -,the club aly troubles, the may-'
Little W .,5anda is sicka t be think I no t to p y-
heart andsiwt fever but he "I want to pby bht my heart
will be out he p at short- no is n it... ny wife, I'm very
stop for the lsltne 3 worried.. I speak on telephone,
today probablS wowE 'em Ike they say she Is not doing good...
he d a ye m becau I don't know what todo, where
he does. want to tell anyone t turn..."
his .erspn troubles. There was an unmistakable
MlrtnwjSM S tnal a- plea for help in Miranda's dark
against the'Yankees Wadnesay. brown eyes but it was apparent
He made three spec laculC Itpa he was much too proud to ask
par,,lepat4 in a pair. of '-for it. Beads of perspiration dot-
ture" doe plays a rw ted. his f9rlhead. It was from
more app tha a other fevr, Willie explained, not from
player on th field his running around on the field.
None of the fans who Bred Jubilant teammates congre-
him in gBaltere' 64-. gatMd around his locker after the
though, kn about the O Ole first rtery ofthe sea-
his heart In _0h bedL They clapped Miranda on
Juis heart nUpb k baca congratulated him
eelved an aw dj .- for his br ance afeld
stance ual 2l T .I'5sLs feda., Wilw e saids.
van&, Cuba, ^ l^.alrTbanI-dJ- -_ t- do -.t at *-
that his % !f t leek es at the
her at his it aN. 1 ih ee O sMa it never
rions C"M r M -, dai eMmyktei
hNor did a of t m w t dresng
that five mv I 4iit Wlie W Pover in me n',ura
al ean t s Cas d ed- I had a
running f ta They w s, ii Mtranda,
couldn 0t haw w ot..M ,..... -
even his tmnat 6 %kaow tOThey said we ne 'em a
When oa "oati t twlieer.o ho S b"
Miranda akksa tfW W 1.
t M
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US Trainer Gets Suspension

For HWving Hypodermic Kit
Fv -I

LOS ANGELES, Cat., April
U--(Ul3...-Th mtewfds at the
Los Alauntes race track In Ca-
forl4 ae musnperned nur-
terehon trainer Floyd Brad-
ley for the rest of the meeting.
Steward say hypodermic
equlpmeatt was found In Brad-
ley's .eesmon, even though
track- veterinarians say there
was no evidence of innulattlon
in a Bradley horse.
In racing yesterday, "Smooth
Stride" beat "i'rst Cadet" by
half-length In the youthful-
Stakes for two.year-olds at
Jamasa... Bobby Ussery rode
three winners at Suffolk
Downs .. Manuel Gensales
turned In a riding triple at
Gulftaream Park...and Willie
Shoemaker-who rode his
first winner ix years ago yes-
terday boote home three Golden Gato.



The senators haven't cut Into Baltimore In the
the first division pot since 1946 Kretlow, first of
I ut manager Chuck Dressen gays hurlers, was charge
I e' thinks they'll do it this year, loss.
I particularly "if Porterfield romes
through for us." %The Uek s Do
Sledon the SpW


Porterfleld came through like 14-4, thereby it nsg a-
a charm yesterday when he ma"or league re .of l em--.
struck out seven batters, bore seuetive Wetel s at the ";Wfr
cown especially Well in the of the sesm aN.
Inches and pitched the Sena- -
ars to a three-Hit 1-0 triumph Routing Robin Roberts with. a,
over the league-leading Boston seven-run rally in the
Red Sox. Only one Boston run- Inning, the Dodgers raed .th#
ner, .Faye Throneberry, got as previous record of nIne victeriaes ,
far as third base but he was In a row at the outset held jolnt -.
stranded there n the ninth n- by themselves there In the ninth In- 1 bthpthe Giants n
ning as Bullet Bob retired Har- the St. Louis Browns, who did lt
ry Agganis on a fly ball for the ]st In 1944, the year they w=
final out. their only pennant. "

jrhe Senators broke through BBrooklyn hammered t,_ r
Tom Brewer for the only run of Phillies' pitchers for 17 hit,, -
the h ame-and their first run in cludizif home runs b

for their initial victory Of me W L Pot. L B 20 consecutive Innings In the Robinson,
campaign. Jeoko Thompson Havana ..... 4 0 1.000 ninth on a walk to Roy levers Amoros a
went all the way for the win- Toronto ..... 2 0 1.000 1 plus back-to-back singles by Ed- 10also ha1
neith fivnd set the oyls down Columbus ... 2 0 1.000 1 .-le Yost and Pete Runnels. The gle. Rues
with floesateedhit. Montreal .... 2 1 .067 1N victory, Porterfield's second of Dodgers b
S.Richmond ... 1 2 .333 2 s the season, reversed a 1'0 Red Black in
SSyracuse .... 0 2 .000 3 ox triumph of the night before the winne
Rochester ... 0 2 .000 3 and gave Washington a .500
The Big SAX VERONICA' Spanish bullfighter Luis Mata, shown above per- Buffalo .... 0 4 .000 4 mark for six games os far this The onli
forming a "veronica," is scheduled to put on one of the best sear. P ame s
performances of his career Sunday at La Macarena bullring in Pittourgh
NEW YORK, April 22 (UP) competition with his countryman Navarrito, who is also billed YESTERDAY'S RESULTS George Kell and Mike Fornle- cause 07
Major League leading bAp tter as a star performer. Mata and Navarrito will see action before les combined talents to give the
(Based on 25 official at bat four pure-bred "brave" Mexican bulls. (First Game, 7 innings) White Box a 9-1 victory over the
Buffalo 001 000 0-1 6 1 !Ngers. Kell smashed a grand-
NATIONAL LEAGUE Havana 004 000 00x-4 3 0 slam homer off loser Ned Garver
NATIONAL L]EAGUE 1 Donovan (0-1) and McWhort- in the third Inning while For- .-
. Gun Club Notes er, Streull (6); Raffenaberger nieles limitedthe Tigers to five
Player and Club 8 28 14 .500 (1-0) and Montalvo. hits. Detroit's lone run was a re- Fog'
Loand StMl. 8 283f 7 13 .419 o sult of Al Kaline's sixth Inning
hurillo, Byn. 10 39 10 1.4185 Buffalo 000 000 000-0 5 1 home run. Chicago moved to .
rell, BC yn.nt 9 39 4 15 .385 Irv. Hay cleaned up at the had an excellent excuse for hisP avaan 004 000 00x-4 3 0 within a game of pace-setting .
Bellr Milwau 8 9 34 15 .38 third Canal Zone Trapshooting low scores. Stump, Blerrer (4), Hamley Boston by winning In the only
ruton, Mwau. 8 34 12 3 382 Association Trophy Shoot at We don't know where Bill Cun- (8) and Yvars; Ladera (1-0) and other game scheduled in the
.AMECAN IfEAGUn Gamboa on Sunday last. Irv. ningham spent -Saturday ni ght, Noble. LP-Stump (0-1). American League, the New York ,$I
AMERICAN ,EAGE won the singles, doubles, handi- but he sure had a bad day. Yankees crushed the Waltimore
ne Detrot 7 29 7 15 .517 cap and overall; but he took Ray Norton didn't do much (First Game, 7 Innings) Orioles, 14-2. Bob Turley, a&- Hue ]
alne, Detroit 7 29 7 15 .517 home the overall prize only, be- good either. He said that he was Montreal 000 001 0-1 5 1 quired from the Orioles during
Fox, Chicago 6 27 4 13 .481 cause in these shoots each shoot- Iust having a bad day. Doe Oer- Richmond 000 100 1-2 6 0 e winter, had things all, his oi
Skowron, I. Y.8 34 1116 .471 er can only wi none trophy, ranks and Bill Kilgallen say they Craig, Hoffman (5), Staner own way as he struck out eight, U p
Power, K. City 7 28 12 .429 Bill Cunningham, who was need more pratcige. (7) and Teed: Thompson and gave up only five hits and was so
White, Boston 8 31 5 12 .387 runner-up in the doubles, Windy -Perhaps it was the strong w!nd Watlington. LP-Staner. given a lour-run cushion In the i
Sellers in the handicap and Tom blowing down the Chagres tiver --irst inning. Hank Bauer smash- U
,,. RIuler Out McNelll in the singles took the to the traps that made the (2nd Game, postponed, rain) ed a homer for the Yankees 9P
lUe-. U UUt prices for these events. rfgets so erratic, or is it t1/at _---.g of. the 'Prt n in and
S. tHosw locally made t aget are ocer ic3O0Sa-- 1 8 1.N 0oas 'bonnetted M r o for
S a r arEverybody except Hay had low too tough to shatter. Columbus 005 000 44x-13 11 1
Of Kelnutuc y vI y scores, in fact, the lowest in aby This was our third Silver Tro- Palmieri, Jacobs (4), Blaylock
registered shoot for years. phy shoot and Hay, Cunni'-- (8), Helm (8) and Rand; Crad-
LEXINGTON, Ky., April 22 Calle Janson who had just ar- ham and sellers have won Ao- dock. Miller (4) and Boarke. WP | PRIC
(UP) Blue Ruler, owned by rived from New York by plane phies at all three shoots. -Miller. LP-Palmleri. HR-Wil-
Murcain Stables, Dallas, was core 16 Td. Handicap Double Sc helm, Vannoy, Cunningham. .... ,
declared out of the Slt Ken- ores Yd. Handap Doubles ores
tucky Derby today because of a I. G.Hay.............Toronto45 45 42 132 000 032 000-5 8 1
f of T. McNeillI.............. 44 33 37 114 Toronto 2
flareup of fever in his le aWin. c gham. ......y 33 3 40 109 Sracuse 100012 000-4 10 3
from an old trading accident. T ...... 41 37 38 116 C. Johnson, Shore (7), Crim- | -GR| A|
The colt, a sonof Nasrullah, errans ........... 33 37 31 101 ian (8) and Griffin; Farrell. a
had been thought cured but his E. Gerran ............ .............. 3 3.. ... Zinker (6), Lipetri (6), Williams 1i .U M_
owners and trainer W. B. Fin- C. Janson............38 35 38 111 (8) and Parks. WP-C. Johnson.
negan reluctantly withdrew P.Dharoon Sr. 37 34 38 10 o --LP--arrell.
him from the Derby yesterday L. Loga" .............. 37 30 34 101 --- .. -..
after a final veterinarian check M. Holmes .............."28 24 34 86
Blue Ruler which would have Win" Br1nd ..........37 24 ---
bee t e nl Deb entrant, Gold Dust
been the oest Derby entrant, Carr ................ 3 ol33
wai at Keeneland for the spring L "arr -- ,-_ 33
meet which precedes the open- -- i. -
In of ChuDl w s. il.: -,to I PM. I By HERBERT MOISE26
oin the ra edp ac8ic Women's 1954 World Series By HERBERt sM USTE 1
In the future book. .. .. Today's commentary will re-
"evolve around a cli ping from
Playground Sports Softball League Movies To Be hown eCharlotte (N.C. ,News re-
rlygruuun por ... lative to Vibert Clarke's opening
The 1955 season of the Pacific Ra night performance with the
BOs Softball League gotA Balboa, Par so Charlotte Hornets. Clarke allow-
BALBOA JMUOR HIGH under way on Monday 18, at the ed seven hits, walked five, fan- I
B BI H .paraso diamond. Fol lowing the Tomorrow morning at 11:30,ned fourteen and on i s rn Tdy ... I A
usual opening ceremonies, Ist following the morning matinee, ame of the season. 8-5 Clark Gable -Lana Turner"NUIv
The s lior high Intramural In this particular edlilion ofS In -
a teams were organized year champions, Ari Cl... the "World Series of 1954" will the Charl.tte News, there were "B E- T RAY D"
last week and played started went on to cop the first win of be shown in the Balboa Theater two separate columns on the Shelley Winters, In "0
thResults of, defea tdthe Fundador Brandy Explorers, Ship No. 8, Balboas.e'called Clarke "Violent VT e
tlhst o e e played this l s er frt Parilhso 13-8a. The Scouts extend a cordaln In-t a ..... TENSE.H-

week were: iVitation to all their friends and
Kirkland won by forfeit over The Soda-girls made short or- t0 all persons, young and old
Heir*a's team der of the offerings of Elma who love baseball to attend.
Crawford 37 Stahl 24 Stewart, while Dorothy Camp-
Chanis 21 LIves 17 bell, their starting hurler pitch- There will be no charge. Rp-
Herrera 15 stahl 8 ed steady ball until she weaken- member 11:30 a.m. Saturday
Kirkland 46 Chanis 35 ed -in the fifth frame and gave morning after the morning
Ruiz 25 Crawford 14 way to Joyce Anderson. The matinee.
Corrigan 32 Leves 15 game wa called in the lower
Players who looked good i. the half of the fifth inning due to The same World Series movies
above games wete:. darkness. will be shown at the Paraao
Ruiz-Rial, Winberg, Toud- dTheater at 2:30 p.m. tomorrow
aleh-. M mr,-- Golden. This year's teams have.been under the auspices of the Inter-
K, jLiia .-mrkland, Revill, slow in rounding Ipto shape, but national Boy Scouts. Come and
hoeh, rBr loe. gljit is expected that by next week, see Willie Mays and his speeta-
Herrera--Herrera, Aarmgaall the teams will be in the fight cular playing. Admission is free.
DesLondes, Pearson J.., unnr. for the 1955 championship. IEveryone Is invited.
Crawford-Crawford, Boyett, the
p nrm a C.,, coteA.. Lockhart. Arsi Cola shapes up as the
,OriNSa1-Cwrigan, Mprris 3., earn to beat, but Aleman. Jr.. reinforcements, this team also
=* r, Cnmalngham, Price, .olsjered by such veteran per- will be gunning for a pennant.
Ha. formers as Velta Austin, Dolores The schedule of next week's
Chans- Chanl, Torres, Snod- Worrell, Genevieve McClure and games follows: -
grng, Thompson, Ferro, Peddl- tookles Laura Bailey and Gene- April 25: Aleman Jr. vs. Malta
cord. love King, will surely push the Vigor (LB); Ars Cola vs. T.A.T.
Sth-4hl#thl, Spector, Boennett,Soda-giris to the wire. tSC).
Nash, Hitehcock. i Malt Vigor also intends to be
Leve--LW LaOGale, Lau, a strong contender as Manager April27: Aleman Jr. vs. Ars
ak, Wats. Harold Lowe has left no stringer Cola (LB): Malta Vigor vs. Fun-
loose to present a stronger and c.aor (P).
TEAM WANDNGB more forIsldable team this year. .
J"ose French's T.LT. lasses April 29: Aleman Jr. vs. TA.T.
Meas Won Last haw gained enough experience (8C).
........... 2 o the at s on to Also m ive llmmne
B m:.:.,.. .... I I S~a peacm t for 5:00 p.m.TheI .tuial.s dicat.
............ 1 D -towners. m M Playground on which the
S..... game wi bep ed. (P) mans
.s .",ad ()atSnaCM. n -
s: -. q : d.rk-owe_ th propw6.

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from Panama ..... i- viouientI
here being attribute to Clerke's
pitching. Aside from this bit of
eulogy, Grady also attached
many very descriptive tap to
Vibert's fast ball and curves.
Grady also reported that
"Dressen was afraid he was
making a mistake when he
chopped Clarke. He said so in
Charlotte 10 days ago. "I had to
cut somebody and Clarke was
having /that eye trouble. You
have a pitcher there, friend. I
may want that guy back."
Clarke was described as lean,
lithe and working with an eco-
nomy of motion that made his
efforts look casual. Reported
also was a post-game 'interview
in which Clarke was quoted as
saying: "I teach him everything
he knows." The "him" meaning
Humberto Robinson, the first
Panamanian to get into a major
league boxscore.
In his report on the opener,
Bob Quincy wrote, "Vibert
Clarke, the southpaw from Pa-1
nama, began pitching and It be-'
came apparent thi cool, cal-
culatingNeo from south of the
border will make his presence
felt. He went out to tk charge
and take charge he did. The 8s
final does not give a to= pic-
ture of his domination.JISt per-
haps the 14 strikeouta to hlS
credit de a."
Ssiad as alaB

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Duke M* ,
ad Don ZUmStmh o--
two doubles andISa ...-
Moyer started tf .o
but relieved by f "
the third. Black wa-
r other National
heduled, New Y = .
i, was pitpomwet be
et pronds.

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round- the Washington clubhouse, eodM h
man who'll help the long-tarved 8enatorg
slice of first division money this yea.-

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Newspapers Suspect


In o Edward .Cos te
ntaton. E ardtet rCorgeo. TAIPEI, Aril 22 (UP)-Nation strike at Formosa. they will defend uemoy and
state Departmefore the en- list newspapers today voiced o- Recurring reports the United Matsu, with or without U. .
viser, aJudiciary Subcommittee pen suspicion that Adm. Arthur States does not want to run the help.
wte iJnvast1gati his case. Radford would ask National ist risk a Far Eastern war might pensionn along the Red- held
Which isargedtga h was the China to give up Matsu and Que break out of the Chinese Cor coast was heightened Wednesday
victim of "State Department moy islands on his arrival here munists attack Quemoy and Mat- when Communist artil e r y on
duplicity" and t the R- Sunday. su. Lap ap Mel Island, near Brit-
dugee.Relief Program has been Official quarters meanwhile e The United States' allies lon-, sh Hong Kong shelleda fish-
placed in the unfriendly hands maintained a stony silence here have opposed any attempt to g boat that sailed too cloje
of a secure gang. on the scheduledmeeting Sun- holdon to the off-shore is- to the wharf where a blockade
ctay between itauforu an. ,len- lands. running tanker was unloa di n g
eralissimo Chiang Kal-shek. White House press secretary fuel for the Russian-made Jets
I s*- W Ia The U.S. chairman of the jlout James C. Hagerty declined to of the Redoair forcese.e m
ow chiefs of staff would arrive comment on reports te Rad- The boat hit several times,
here at noon on Sunday accom ford-RoberLson trip waslin k e d reached safety in Portugu e se
panied by State Departme nt with the possibility the United Macao, across the Pearl River
Trouble shooter assistant secre- States is unwilling to risk a gen estuary from Hong Kong None
Star Walter Robertson. eral war over Quemoy and Mat of its crew was wounded.
Wl Both Nationalist and U.S. of su. The tanker Karpaty, from Red
Jewe n ,- ficlal quarters here apparently He referred "questions of that Poland, is one of a half a doe-
were caught off guard by Rad- nature" to the State Depart- en ships that have sal pped
NEW YORK APril .22 (UP- ford's unexpected flying visit meant. through the Natonalist oc
The American custom of pick- and professed to know only that Some officials doubted a Red ths month to Lap Sap Me, tran
ing "test best" lists and setting the American military chief was' attack on Formosa Itself was im shipment point for Canton.
aside special weeks got, a new arriving on Sunday and would eminent. But they said the Red Before leaving Washi.n g t on
twist today when jewelers nam- call on the generalissimo the airpower buildup along the co- Radford said the Reds' ommln
ed "the ten most gralou1 Z same day. coast increaseI1 he possibility of |ous buildup of land, air and
*welled women" in honor of The Nationalist press, howev- an attack on the off-shore is sea forces along the "invasion
the first annual National Jew- er, openly raised suspicion the lands soon after the close of cost" indicates they int end
slry'Week, April 22-28. .Matsus and Quemoy would the Afro- As- n conference at eventually to attack U.S.-protec-
come up for discussion. The Bandung, Indonesia. ed Formosa.
Nine socialites and Sont .He- papers said high government n t f Ching and other Nationalist of He expressed belief a Redt-
nie, movie star andtoe -skat- officials "unanimously" we re' ficials have declared repeatedly tack on Formosa seems no more
Ii ehanDon, won places -onf firm in their determination to
the .1irst M t. A special -u.Y defend'both Matsu and Quemoy.
the National Wo The influential Ta Hua (Great
sale jiwelers' Assn. picked. th. China) Evening News said edi-
S whic aso included: torially i Radord and Robert-
Sson were to come to prevail up-
Mrs. Margaret Thompson Bid- on us to give up Kinmen (Que
ie of New York and Paris; moy) and Matan they will nev
rs. James Donahue of Naw er succeed."$

SWhitney Mrs. Byron F yesterday amid speculation the
4obrs. WPilleam Randol ph
SMrs. William Ran do p United States is pressing Nation
Br., all of New York; alist China to cons i d e r new
Steven Farrish of Houston peace moves in the tense For-
r, Mrs. Stavros Niarcho of mosa Strait
xewYork and Paris; and Mrs. While Security Council meet-
.h P.Kennedy of Palm Ings are highly secret, the ad-
=. and Hyanniport, Mass. ministration has been study n g
for some time a plan calling for
S ,- a ceasefire linked with a Nation
list withdrawal from the off
shore Quemoy and Matsu i s-
It is possible still other prqpos- I
al may be in the making. -
iChairman Walter ,F. George .
(D-Oa.P of the Sznate Foreign
Relations Committee express e d
doubt the administration was
asking Chiang to surrender the .
off-shore islands to Red China L

C E JUROR-Mrs. Char-
tone Conly (90 pounds, four
feet ueven Inches) brings her
own hair to court in Pltts-
bur gh, Pa., because her. feet\
dfl' reach the floor using a
r dUl chair in the jury box.
;ObuW her chair on a larger
Si one for elevation.

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Sen. H. Alexander Smith (R-
N.J.) a top member of the
foreign relations group, agreed
with George. He said he would
be "shocked beyond measure"
if the administration were "to
present an. appeasement p r o-
Under the plan, other free na-
tions would jon this country In
guaranteeing the defense of For
mosa if the Nationalists gave
up the offshore islands.
Radfotd and Robertson prob-
ably are the best fri ends of
Chiang in Washington. If anyone
could convince him that a new
Nationalist withdrawal is reqiilr
ed in the interests of peace,
they could.
Administration officials report-
ed the Chinese Reds are work-
ing hard to develop the over-
whelming airpower necess a r y
to make an. aerial attack on For
mosa. They said the Reds now
have the -"capability" for a

LEAVE FOR FORMOSA Adm. Arthur W. Radford (left), chair-
man of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. seems to be in high spirits as
he prepares to leave Washington airport with assistant secretary
of state Walter Robertson for Formosa.

Benefit Casino
Opens Tonight
The benefit gambling casi-
no at El Rancho Garden will
get under way tonight with
the usual games being offered.
They'll take the covers off
the roulette heels, dice tame,
blackjack talle,- and chu*-
a-luck stand at 7:30. \
The benefit Is for the Colon
Junior Chamber of Commerce,
which has embarked on a pro-
gram of furnishing wheel
chairs for Invalids at the A-
mador Guerrero Hospital.__

- ftertw of Matete tohn)
. WMitter (D, Ga.),
Ams Cou M at Wash-
and admitted
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Country, Cty Boards

Feudng About

CD Preparations
NEW YORK, April 22 (UP)
-New York City. says "Go";
Westchester County says
"Stay"; and there could be bor-
der trouble if the city's millions
try to flee northward in case of
&L enemy attack, it appeared to-
Dispute over signboards on a
parkway flared into a disagree-
ment over defense preparations.
City signs which warned
that the parkway wpad be clos-
ed to civilian trawt--Avent of
enemy attack, were '*0i down
on grounds civil dgtMs' police,
has -changed. But Sil signs
on the West bester ale.ofhU
county line stayed up
Westchester Civil Defense Di-
rector William J. Slater said
they mean what they say, too.
The parkway And other 1*h gh-
ways will be barricaded by CD
troops and police, if necessary,
he said, to keep them clear 1fo
defense and rescue workers.
The county, which borders the
city on the north, provides wha
likely would be the Major eva-
cuation route for mil li s aO
personal who live in Maatt
and the Bronx. New Jerey &
accessible only by bridge r m
city -Civil Defense treeto
James J. ICostla said ." e
is working. p"a-I'.&
evacuation .6." .
New Yorke ar6 .
try to J ,"beaI.t
yards, Slatsf
ways. .. .



imminent now than it did three
months ago. U.S. and Chinbse
forces on the big island are
"as ready as we can be," the
admiral said.

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ington. Sen. Joseph McCarthy
displays the $1056.75 tax IS-
fund check 'he received .Mc-
Carthy held a news. confer-
once to clear tp long-stand-
ing questions about his income

oARI. A ','AO t -(U) I.our (
Trad andTVlsuia sach a bAhtb
stop-Sap agreem4nt Aray, iua ha
on the most lw portaat p "at o 4
an accord to 0 hom e ri= tI n
Auni Aand .*W fou *tIon
for pacifylng to uit No rAh lB

Indochinese Communists Walk Into Rich Area

They Could Not Take In Eiht Years' Shooting

SAIGON, April 22 (UP) Ho and Haiphong come under total national army headquarters tried
Chi Mihh's communist ylet- Communist rule May 10.. to stop, a truck load of Binh
minh troops today took over Between now and then French Xuyen shock-troops.
peacefully territory they were northern commander Gen. Rene The truck Ignored the 0o mn-
never able to win In the eight Cogny, who was battling the mand to halt and the rebel troops,
years of the Indochina war. Reds less than 12 months ago, opened fire with tommyguns as
Starting early today, Red reol- will supervise the smooth run- it roared oft
ments walked into the coal-rich nine of Operation Salmon tra-ns A hall o bullets crashed into
Tonking mining area and Ipto ferrying final French regrouping a crowded civilian .bus which
the Campha region northeast of areas in the north to the Comrn ran into the fight, killing one
the port of Haiphong, Frince's munists. passenger and injuring others.
last foothold in North Vietnam. Gen. J. Lawton Collin, spe. Last night truck-loads of na-
Under the terms of last sum- clial U.S. representati" to Viet- tional army and Binh Xuyen sl-
mer's Geneva truce these areas, nam, reports person alland ur- diers traded fire -on the boule-
g gently. to prudent A senhower vard and French officials bur-
S'n Washingtoi todiy on the ried to the scene to restore ord-
Texas Ptod es threat of full-scale, civil war iner.
the Indochlnese nation. la
Acting secretary of state Her- The panic- stricken popula-
Smallest Men- bert Hoover, Jr., was scheduled ton along the BoulevardGa I.
to accompany Collind t ueni began to evacuate. The
-- -"White Hous e. boulevard was the first bloody
fighting between the rebels and
It Says Here The top level report along with is e en troops Mar. 30.
conferences with other high of- Na l army headquartrs is
NEW YORK, April 22 -(UP) ficials is expected" to determine Natinal rmy headquarters is n.
Texas is big. Texas oil w el s whether the United States willoqated a th ,T.u g
are big. Texas ranches are big. continue to support Vietnamese .-bel commandd r I St
Texas hats are big. Texas banks Premier Ngo Dinh Diem or bow the approaches tthe 2adquart-
are literally bulging. But- to French pressure to oust him. era of n J ?. om hnw t
Texas men are the litt le t Collins, who arrived from Sal- br GuCt. .vl. n.
men Ip the United States. gon yesterday afternoon, said French conelt 1 on te ams
The United Press takes no re- only that the United States is d with bth s i '." Ight
sponsbilty for this stateme n t. "behind the legal government of an _. M
It is told to us by the public re- Vietnam." u war. ___
lations firm of Zachary and He called .te situation there
Liss, New York City, which "serious" but shied away from i i
says it was discovered in apoll terming it "Critical." UJs I i"
of haberdashers made for Ca- Diems a half-empty cabinet suf- .
usual Wear Stylists." Texas men fered a new resignation yester- l M
note: Write them, not us. day while South Vietnam's seeth- W lU l
Texas h'aberdashers, if is re- ing crisis snowballed toward ev- _
ported, sell more short, small U war. DI -Au ul1ia I
men's cloths than those in any Highly reliable sources here UIRmau W iu ll i
other state. said the latest man to step out
The tallest sizes in the United of Diem's cabinet was recons- LONDON,.April 22 (UP)--.Adm.
States, the survey shoes, are truction minister.Nguyen Van Lewis Strauss, chairman of theI
sold in Rutland, VL Thoal who is leading the Vietna- U. 8. Atomic Energy Commis-
I mese delegation at the Bandung slon, said today Sth wartime
conference. nuclear cooperation between the
i These sources said Thoal an- United Stas and Britain "is
nounced his resignation to Diem in the process of gradual re-
in a letter dated April 15. sumption."
Since the letter was da ted Otrauss flew to London for
ree days before the Bandung conferences with top atomic en-
Scnference started observers ergy officials d an n tnopecUn
here presumed Diem and Thoai of nuclear station, on the in-
had agreed the mnis e -would vltatlon of the British govern-
retain leadership, of the Vietna- meant .
mee delegation at the confer- H id he came to B i
Bon e-- which Diem could not at-' a combined business and
tend beclus of the local crisis. "The operation be-
isBut that did not avert the pos- tween t e U Kindom and
-the Unite.d A iswhich was In-
sibility that South Vi t n the Ul t i.t,. is Ia n Was I h ro-
Sfighting forI ts Very gj terrupted in MI inthe Pw -
may find its Bandung dblep sin to tead r Yoamptun, PU-
rudde rless. santto the laws o, your 0R.-
iruaeShorlyafter Thoal left for a d o's, d .ee Sl
Bandung there was a brief hocalyh ben going an for some
blowup over a lettr a Yl '& e Cla m
sign ed, by hi him whic h- 1vfr m II G great y e""iee
Surged Dem to s United tats s s It
.I iDie 's office later ted the seems to me, to the free mn-
letter was a propaganda f ry tri of the o and the manf
.but neverthelgas ea~ed'= j O andr
? Iat Bandung for a formal B L
L 1New fighting erupted Wedns.- The o .i.dhannels for *
"1 ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ iday between government trops chan. of ormato bet
and ,Binh Xuyen rebels. One the nited M
civilian was killed and several wre cloed s f =s
others wounded when a busm ran War II w a.
SInto the crossfire. ..: I s t -
The tIn tarted on thih j oe t
SnBoulevard yent; mot r theas
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(Coee la frm. 1)
ip o th be pounelti onave

Pd tw posed to bsinheld to-

Toin pmPer minister, Sir
b John also bet In the
22'o the ase sfta, border
I rand a m under. ePrm nch

The" ent rvtdjes ba)
t rwa u. a Uppm toi behlao
eon p7=rie mitrSir

Joha Kotelawa2l, has been atr
tempting since the confere n c
opened. onday'to bring ChOu
into a Pormoesa discussion.
Sir John also Invited the pro-
Webt Philippines and Thai and
and the five Colombo powers -
India, Indonesia, Burma, Ceylon
and Pakistan.

All 4ight nations agreed, Cey-
lonse sources said, but One de-
lay after another has put off
the momentous conference
t. was not known what caus-
ed the series of postponements,
but Ceylonese sources insisted
the m tM still will be bld
.atlawA in la ews confer.
e0e. put dJhem the defense
Vh a, three-ptang xtask

The attack a O Chd and
resulted I a t exchange
bt eKotwlaand the
i Commwunist aer.
There wa, no Imuate indi.
cation whei tu-hAd c-
Sept the invitation to the con.
ference on Prmosa.
Following the Ceylonese Pre-
miler's attack, Chou lost his
suave manner. He demanded
time to answer.
/ The Ceylonese leader put these
isases to pu:
1. A 4em*nd that-the confer-
ence descanose Goamunis t as
well as Western colalism.
2. A. challenge to E Chn to
disband It1 subvetivi' Commau-
nist groups operating within oth-
er Asian and African countries.
3. A proposal that Nationalist
Formosa, claimed by Red Chi-'
na, be placed under Unit e d
Nations trusteeship.
Chou's reply is belaU ed like-
ly to split the UWnasibus con-
ference wide open aMd shatter
the united front of the Colaed
races .n world Issues which had
been an aim of the "eMIons bhe.
In his opening to e
conference TUday, ou had
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