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 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00726
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vaccination of Panamanian crowded Balboa r of how Mithell was driving the car then, Por-the fourth tre In the 1
dren with the Salk poUio v bhe was raped by a Amador the girl said yesterday. history of the Panama Canal or- .
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and six years of ass anw soldier, Vernon 0. B lton,= who said. the stHmipus fcarl torrow April .0 -- *'uO mH
last week was boon*d overobfor aWhile-tier mter elled that the bh a planefor Washing' LONDON, A 2 (P) reg r Heiii
nant women will aa p^0 trial in Pistrict Courta on a arge solde"r was k,111 her mptaStedr Wlotr i s' Mci LONDON. April 27 (UP) Foreign rar aul
over all other roups g or s Macm illan saidtoday B ritin's envoy in Peipin a
Next in order of prioit. willt:Of asatilt smith intent to awpimit took off her shoe oin tried t al hearings on Canal a imoprli-
be children between 6 ra e. bung Helton on the head. She tions for the coming f year. ordered to ask Communist Chinese premier ton
ear, childrenwhoan erdaythe younger sister, said heaw the dier th Du his absence from the to detail his Formosa peace ideas.
abroad pr over 15 calmly at flir-t then with mount- bimselt on her..istera"lioc "a n e. IA oo e d ,
rears of e. ng emotion, told the, court was. finally, the testified, the r. rne Director Macmillans announcement, in thel f ,
An "optional" ffth oup was ....... -" h r a.. w u c* u Goveror l Official mons rein fced authoritative reports that Britain is
.-aso pvied, ora n Mir st ce the thyhadoe attend- tcker b ywitinHelton's foot, enti .of Ith, -rap- d p- feared to r "es intermediary to bring th ..ni.tdS
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any e four guf flsed n the company of soldiers. wal is.ou teen Heton ad The ntment e He said Britains policy "has always been to try
fthefregroupsisted and h ~opitslzed for three days as a your "thesaid he told her. rne Director to assm.e the polcyt
who are desirous of paying $15 result of the attack. That tried to assure Mit- duties of a the nor- get a ceasefire and ao t the problems of Formos and
fr the complete series of Salk At a tense moment in he hear. chel tahe calm, but took off an oc abence offshore islands settled by negotiation."
va m~Cflb 5et ng m ,three Amer ican wta W o her 'lw sho and gaeo ait rseUo,. have bean nnnetlon wit.
the program is tentatively sa gig gandtalking were re-to he rasaweaponagainst e continuous e
Sh4 4 tbAUn I Jiwe, on primlandby Judge Altman Helton. this point, the g i l l parties Colicerned in order to obtain these obje
StW_ el of Me slment, of who told them they would be said 1! became furious and .at.on o. u. . was in 1.29OW p e de t a t -.-
VaeOoln order.l by.tl e b.na.- thrown out of court if they con-- ac her of lying. when Res Admiral (then Cap- Macmillan said. "If we may judge from recent events,
S.eti. tinued to disturb the proceedings. Overcome by desperation, she ta9n)l' -, Woodward, Ma' recent efforts have not been without success."
..I ettma, that vaccina- High school students of both alld she ran until she fell down. r'ine m atend"nt, was ap-
ll the first rou. alone sexes were among the courtroom When 41Ce screamed, the soldier polt brief period. m He said that Humphrey Treve- be settled bY "negotiation sid
< zap mas andm spectators wno sat through the en-.wa.lope her on ,the face and fl .. art An,,-nlyan, Britalh's charge d'affaires good will."
pr wem r cost ap- ,ire two-and ahal hour session tun, using an arm Ipck, punch- t.r l -e up-er t Pelping, has been instructed Meanwhile on an.
%altie ,-n,9 according yesterday 4,er hard in the pit of the so ... a sho- e n to ask Chou to "elaborate eur- fe Nan l e nw"
ora %a nil- m w.i co nl er but,in the Pit oi l the sto- se.ootoe, o&Wo .,.t ,,.S
rWsAtsa lthe's1 Wcon The hear eing ewas cnted ba un wTVrMe USNayoShe ff oer t the Ia s Bho nt pom te -iele thfur iel atolu a
u W tilthis afternoon. dothadefendants cStea thei p acting 0oe rinwas
a E I d. adbui h l hetrd clothes andao Gova wtshher tre iea h e sa thatondUS astW d.
reintjailfin .hdefaultof ebail. said wkel .i yeseda rsskandesickdi.C13- LOL HISsa taLH
SThey a re being re rnte e Jhea before he ar- Bandung conference. ued the bai
once te attorney W oodrow de Castro,c. said first h c e out, and th rival d t a tw h s b
warin o te: The complaining witness maidsaydfbr t Shea wanally in Juno 1952. 39 wire dnted he whole situation ite Far fire In the Foauf l Str a ,


ad al aeed trer in a co, ad the men had a havered with blood g D Vl would not alter Red Chie was cth quarterssaid W a
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t.._ .. g w @. t ee o..th e Panama vn y~P she wa L, a t b TA y eIstem oureo a
mSalk shots for3,0fnrt. and ort office' aid (d st-an d eEr Sa o e CB Swho sh t a m
g., ye or. thou. e rh a ebmrdo t nmbar ofbut r 1 days 8 mnutr for the oa sdis-
whntd, o unitemlst in oservances d e at Gnwo n communists clon reuraCmpesind, Skhm'ma-nel, .ea
, rl ch-l. Sa. vh- .h .ar.g their s ocmi ch .. .nte interto A hearing wa: un ded-yeti i eeis expected to be wera.
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e(N an earned a heiermad tran. izerst ha rtubee o reguid by the Paa UW president David J. t. u fe to at .
Salk shots for 3,00 lint fan office sa id Redust o m vernmet concehnuionald said wage-reopener e f le t
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.nati eo retbal. tez upil the ri the supplieber f s fro. inS an i as a cae o wth ea o eCosti, as t1theiaulred bulldlnr
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a-d test am.a f e firm. B ty. entry permit. ..-. wffinto effect last July 1 r ln
SThe bas ra contesterday for, u. Tth ma itieir eo June 30, 19e mll hnnel The
ands ofm yobes. before the ai r rad Adeauer anffe said onoe Both Jaucigalga, saying it was ump o d for negotiation of w he
Ssn d rginiae comsts must cabintck conrrying serap metal to adintended-tovi Was t c this year. PGH, AprilV, UPGa)aove-h..in
aow the po .vi mWes was seized yesterday at plantadecide what action iqf an 1un200,iomember union l rkrs
k ch-em~ .secaing.S& vae- ie.Communiss MRlborn eheck. Company inPuerto Armuel e s.n sotlco on the beas"._uwa Sunday morning after break- reve




Slwas made heg s been "de sacred fa p ont means to utert the eto tae with regard to the iw free tod strike art i f no new w re s
share AW. I f te .v._-- Viet Zone from.Berija lecauseit go far, no official, e p ihatlii hta30 days. -. .. on the nexteg the te
Sertainty-," alog ith carried a h eavir ad than t has been offered b y t he n a a rd b meW rea jourthy. A
rmeW Da.t of a euld haEcoomy. vefrument concerning Roi t Donald said wage-reopen/er notices t
&AWibat 'k#. dth"ah-. The nowe coe,,tl- raised to di's arrest in Puerto Armies] hadbeen sent to 96 basi deep ..s they start on the last ta
s of W.. i.iacta te of the17 the number of trucks eonfiscat, cther than It was a case of WnO mininig..irms with a four mils of their trip, with the 't9
Odl U.ls.4 1Wn. .drug od since the Co9mnl ps imposed takn "idtWiy." No reason 11W force of approximatel X fI ilh line at the Balboa Yacht both
"M t. .i thei. ba hiedade with exor- been made public for refusing V*men. Club. flue
d test.resultsV ,. noJm ibluant .+toi~l a trucks supplying other two la*%WW men Panaman. 0 .Moin mdustry contracts Which
and Unom restate, mn esafrirms.ithecity. entry permits. ..- .fnto effectlast July .Irun
1% M rMM control textsa. an West German Chancellor Kon- Romusldi left yesterday for TW- t=0 June 30, 1956 but may be
goam e 10bies. Before the s e r-rad Adenauer and his economic gucigalpa, saying It was up to oppeed for negotaton of wNOfWSW
In ds.ared sa .-tests must cabinet conferred for the secawd hi national office in Washingg culhb year.
show the poWi, virus from which straight day with West Berlin of. to decide what, action if any" 1,o0,0(.member un=io wDi
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-T PA*.ll7 AMERICA .* ,ANM I N D W ..


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THE PANAMA AMERICAN "NowBeCoreFul nd
i*WMUE A4O PUBLISHED my THE PANAMA AMERICAN POM IN C.ore SS "Now Be C.and
Sau OUD my NSLSON ROUNSIVELL IN ions
ANNMODIO ANIAS. EDITOR
S 'IT. H STit P. 0. Box 134. PANAMA. or P.
TELEPHONE 2-0740 B LUNOrt
CABLE ADDRESS- PANAMEnICAN. PANAMA
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34 MADION Av. NEW YORK. (171 N. Y. .
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ro11 YEAR. IN ADVANCE 15 Progfress ,
f UIS l OUR FORUM THE READERS OWN COLUMN
Bly BRUCE BIOSSAT
'A L AA A L 8 O X / rITS an old business to look at
B | I F- \ 't e f? Congress about this time every
year and mutter "not much
S-M- "-- done" so far. Actually,- the Eas-
Tie Mell Box is n open forum for readers of The Panama Americen. ter break In 1955 found things a
1s .are e.lived gratefully end are handled in a wholly nidential little better some respect
near F,. with'noe spicialY Welcomeno-
a t eI centrlbute a letter don't be Impetrent if It doesn't appear the Telty. e i
es 9.y Lettersre published in the order recivcd. T first session of the nar-
Plhase try to keep the letters limited to one page length. rewly Democratic 84th Congre
ol ,diillyof latter writers Is held In strictest confidence. Ican,. lortSt a.,kce, a..upa i i
|This "aper assumes no ,resp.sibillity for statements., as oas pretty impressive record lIn the
Ipeeed in lathe sfram readers. eld of foreign affairs. .-
|0 It endorsed the Forrmosa re.
Solution supporting the Pres-
B.H.S. AND ALBROOK Ident in whatever 'moves he J
sit: deems necessary to the defense
1 P, I~pact with the Chinese Nation- i
In reply to "A Father of Three" might I clarify a few points? alists on Formosa.
J Battle fatigue caused by low-flying aircraft over Balboa, he
states, is the primary cause of the riotous conduct of certain Of wider significagee In the
children while away from those "horrible menaces," the.noble Asiatic region, the aste In e .......--
t tienv on of the Wright brothers. eepted toe Southeast Asia /.
the first place, if said Father of Three would check all Treaty bringing friendly Asian
S vailtble facts and figures he would be surprised to find, that lands into a defense pact aim-
I 4 crea were in much more danger travelling between the edCat blocking the southward
t al Zone and Santa Clara by auto or bus than they are in flow of Chinese communism.
r- 3.3 S. or any other swot under said aircraft.
g noes on to state that battle fatigue was condoned In rest Andl .ore recently, the Sene/te
campn of the E.T.O. rape, pillage or any treatiftent of the approved with rare dispatch the
0vIlanPopulation was overlooked. Not being one of the rear so-called Paris ug..ec.ents pull.l-
Sehelen people in that war myself, the opportunity never present n s Wto n Germas n into NATO
e: d itself to check on this But several general courts martial and authorizin te Western re
came about through such actions, and the penalties which I read arefene network. Thia step ca rn/
S Were imposed were far from "condoning." the military structure erected cp
- I am also the father of three one in Balboa. no less and oe r h westward ow
M y job is to help keep those aircraft safe over this part of the of Husalan communism.
Sword. Including Balboa. .. Important as these Strides are,
i XMy boy is down there In that school when I fly over, and they do not represent the whole
'* he Is safer there than on the street going to a movie. the task to be done In loreig .
'; My former home was located in the 'scramble path" of a hot affairs this year.
. Air Defense Command base. At all hours of the day and night There is still the matter of
W e heard the screech of jets. They never entered our living foreign technical and military
reio uninvited, and strangely enough my children are quite nor- aid appropriations, with the
.: d- not one bit of tendency toward this so-called battle echnlcal aid program of espe-
t atn clal value for the Asian area. nw nt
/" Wy?W They have taken the time to ask their father and And there is the controversial '.
Selvllan neighbors why the aircraft were there, when It was ex- matter of liberalizing foreign
p laned to them that only through a very strong force cDuld we trade law to ajlow our friends Vy 8
M Mlpress the desires of warlike nations and assure a permanent abroad to build more self-reliant
* t y of peace thev understood why the location was necessary economies by selling more of
", r the noisy activity. cheir output.
S "rained killers" we are called by Father of Three. No The ent who runs Social Secuirty cre
" tlh .ht for the exendaoility of our fe'low man. he suggests. On domestic issues the story headline the other day that I have been al
Above all, we are tryingto protect his very life from an ag- thus far nt so brht. The pains to show the Old Warrior. sa: "D
.. Tbohelikes ofre Father of Three sometimes cause wonder main achievement up to Eas- g Husbands on the Rise; U.s. d
w S ro ThHu sb n ds ne iv n on the R ise; Uh e. d T
as to whether It's worth the effort. Cooperation is necessary for ter was a negative one- the lem Serious."
a s l co nit..nd mitry relationship. and this co- succesful beating down of the This fellow says that 45 percent of the
r eta lon can on come throua^ understanding of each party's 520 per peron income tax cut dren now receiving governmental support
hich can onl come throu u w seemed unwarranted by waifs deserted by papas who couldn't star
1 have. desire to visit B.H.S. or env other establishment budget prospects. pressure any more and who just teak off.
,' i vted. n years of flying, both mil tary and r civilian h The robem getting so serious, gay
Dontshdw nm years flySng both etoayll mntill caught up in Indecisive Charles .Schottland, that the Departm
' iot shown me where nifS children will haie to call my insurance House and Senate committee Iiealth, Education and Welfare Is conai
i .. ..oSehal tt and Senate committee Health, Education and Welfare Is culd
.Ollcy "Daddy." hall we get together? Cooperation is a very tangles are such vitl programs calling a national conference, just to kee
Snewry thing. Tas highway and school cuonutruc- MstJ*se papas more securely leashed.
SAtE. Suter ti.n aaistauce. I have Informed the dogs that their
S, AF. iThe country must hope sin- tlon Is grave; -that they may be sniffing out
e erely that Demooratic objec- own hamburger shortly, because a man is
SANTA CLARA tions to President Eisenhower's tie use around the house these days th
proposals in these fields will not might just as well whip .off and let the
i prevent passage of badly needed run It all.
1 ftal sorry for "I'm Sorry For You All." If you are a man legslation. I see In the papers now that women ar
S don't tlaS you had a very good childhood. You must be try- e nation'Jrej ems for idrve tan men, and tht dtoal e
Srtet Iback at the present generation. m ore and be ter School sand Panice who Lord knows do not deal in sent;
S ly, am ck of these Parents tryng.to make teen-h igihways ipust be met swiftly, are rea inpremiums for Wmen drivers
ez'a something that is bad. Just because we have a little fun h program deserve top prior* 25 years old because the da ase are bette
.00 ISa while 9 rentg have to make &big Ipue oWaoe o t Ity.iitsafer drivers than the guys,
I i.and I am sure most teenagers wl biaca u up- that Also ntertitth -prompt attend. tu Iread dat about how Women live:
When they were our age did works things we ionare b or sub than men; how women ae ally
SI when theywe wor ture tdwl tial pay iorneal e or ostalh n t ah -en .h. .theyv w.thtan heat an
ronayA 1l thi_. k the older _.ener nsd.. -th. o e *obaI rAs s belttor tha n m e ow thls anorun the n
tha t*6- ar examples frozy i Chisolde qr s i bn l they s, : t which I




.: -- lA- 4-o ,nager I.ekt.g on if they, feeloliey havng .bb
A hd tilons, BfetoteI a y need- a husband to provide I. ere
tI o p ii lit _wor t ou re op m around that once vital finchion of ti


S ot you arenTs that ca l Anaer to Prthe tinu gs l .o u I can-te talk he oI8 la Seurity bloke wh-
Shave but one word: ponble. ThAside frnovelty the tok market o wherever t headed


itteuoatpoe e t S e t t inquiry mot, bo the 1995 probes t i
-,- An Ita-wee-Rgpt teenagert lack Of eqtodo n Iyla- If. they feel likehaing .--baby"tliey don't a
Stieave ,n pretty most affaie rs.l need a husband to provide itThere ia
.i '. the mrso business of Cn- bac nd.
ForYouparentthat allteenagers 01theth s iao. I can tell the Social security bloke whl




SSxtyaminutes Sivetat peBpjctive tc o this c. ilgreast 0nal
I, Tak Ith o tMelTeie J S g unction is a healthy sign. kt 'r E d1o"
!yev_ 'Plsant shoot B I- H11 one hartto sum up as r
r- A oalo leas wo.. -..Uld be.;lR MUC Iat-r l to be done. WAthHIIiTON-eAi- L T ernffects


o 4pf ii Iii Ia ,B I l~ i bTe better-n average pronreas tomaton"ots" r inrdiut a labn
S 8RlaIILaY now, the ument probably&
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'SAfefong OOfog 1OUt* O7CitYa n .d a This wus th net result of a one-day
ml ovements (flx) Okraba nation conference in Washingtonr. It was a

PemLuine 3i 'zWl M city C oun usse to bring into e s p focus the lack of kn

IrD r. SW Murder ep- .,on popl have l.
ids ofTimetr oa 1Oio, Ae pa t ast or sO coin .-Y

Sgoes to court again to day me an It's o chie oing a work of ma
Gther effort to prove he did not women-sdoing1X ter an tater and m
A -- Ber. lln i i e Marilyn It with fewer pople, at greatly reduced co
I BXM ie 1 L T I\Charges a automation will displace
E a '" I Basis a the beArinf Uore con- lions of workersa-or that it won't--are now
M0o 14 0uret e iW a rsmiui. BI -AT nNT
S"newly cditoved eiefrom Prof. Weltes S. Puckngham of n
o live-erd rie I evh: "If proeperly iu.de a e. dev




*. t._ le+ P rI The evidence was discovered by and controlled, ae said, 'e wgktin, toe
"ue ni 1 R EIBr ter oPau Lt Kirk Universit of with atomic mneoy, may aro the me
1 r IM -!t re rolrp th hcrimtlnologist by elonate proverty for the first time i,
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I I I heapt family to investigate wa. ...
S- the pe.mdea- Day bludgeon This was obviously a long-range predi
Slaying Every CIO official, enough, w
clined to go aI = % wtl: tli*s an obji
-' ir, P I 'r 1 I* B I' I lrk's la aInelu lo in They say t;h wIoome aUtuftlon.
i i vit that be But what bothers th particularly
r at hea ri Si. a short-range tranltion from the present,
|m mis de t o test ifyhas Dr. Shop- n=erd I eui t ui i h n w w
- ... t.-r ". What-the tear is temporary _unemp i
'itJat Proe"tor Saul and forced refA t~~n new a for li.
ManaelIM u saI the state wnou' millions of workers displaced by machines.
Snsist that any motdo for a new Speaking more from the management
tra l be sp W byted evidence and of view, Dr. Dan P. Campbell of Mam
I t justa -re- tlon or setts institute at echolot. declare he
g.e"w.'-. e'ad"sioa.*m" know of a ngM automaon lnstallatla
1MW 6..... "had replaced a -workeaM.
b "f fa, e fiebs would Always, aid t 3-year-old wtou
---be'; g. 'evaluate ie enIm ev. consultant and t aW e 4a s-re .
; ".' .. -.. Iservlce the new.Wl es t!qtu a as i
Sn o ma =A sw a Mew trial is
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ras in Campbell anwered t by saying that while
active. fewer men might be required to roll the steel ,
more men would be required to distribute Jt and
is the make new machines. But he admitted that no
iuman one had the fgure to rove thi.
auto- Diebold emphlz'that automation itself
__, was a new Industt of IO plants and a N'F bil-I \ .
,nant ion annual product But he did not know how i - .
rally many men were employed in It.
Walter Reuther, CIO and United Auto Work-
point ers president, admits tbhre are no simple an. "-*
ichu- swers to these quealons and no panaceas. .
id not He emphas that economic productIe on=
a that alone is not the ed uwdt of automaton. T1hn I
are moral and soealg and spiritual responsubll-
nab= ties involved..
rd to He urges a coogIeaeal Investigatiaon to find
froby a be to keep Poo
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1_-- ,, +s =.,r .- .+ itakl. ove of intee Boston an. man.
Maine wl"h othr Ike-fmend.
I cdo want lestigate. After hey voted against Ike's
In both cases, dheui A Mefrl ,n^ men w ere
\ W' Iwho rey runs the Wie B OUe f It-I. n a
both whe shower ts -u nd> though & Be-
.. W1and while n'sa i6 um.btlsc sa Wusnot
1was the potent gentleman h-. W sa.ed the a of
woodpile. 0, 5ad w d la disad
In the case of the Wew Yorlf a&yi ? it e hewa
S- Central, Adams wted en o100 retIred b sw a he omw
SJprobe. He wanted Bob Young renu *. .en..ode.
wt Texas OiilionarS On the oer hand Whe C-
S'A Murchlson and lid Richrdaen missloeer Monr. .ohnson, De-
'r I to ~In thecase o e n , was continued. H e ed not

4 probetr friend, Se tor Salt- v An ICC invest Gou

e oof the New Haven Rallbad to ...
Itake over. In thl case, Adam
S/ o had his way. There wan an I ..tve. e .bt
q I9 |HH1 lp | 1 ^v' ICCe probe. 'h t_ e New .aven RR battle
POLITICAL FINGER-POKING Ifl**e pWterfulm eldaSn In-
Sroe t..... Ier including t e r m a n
-- IAIn both cases the inside man s, were on e other side.
SA i ho the job or-the White i they wanted an in-
DeaU O/r AIIYv Ho.e has betn flngered ul ican Wasn.t..,..ao
wyoUnplah Owen Clark, politically An dri lsf.wa d bef a formbe
.. .ambous new iC.om 0oner ndp 3 .d oA ,S A M
O RUARK from Wshlton tate, any innis .d te
Clark aeno that he Now n nrra d the uf en
~- instructions from the White onm -er .. .
House. But he does admit that B bYonn
ated a bnds run away. It's because we are becoming he goes over to the White House M theld Benator Sltnstall
t some unwanted, unnecessary, and literally superfluous. frequently to. confer with 8her- ghatl. .h..e aotld nt -
esert.- Why stick around to 1oil when the old lady can man Adam and his alter ego ,lron.rH al o told asetohust
Prob- do it all better than you can? Charley wills, another expert e.o Hertrof Mas.ach- ,
For a while, I tried knitting and ardening on poking the political finger a~nther Republican.
el- and making fudge, and I must say I kept as clean into commissions. ..
t are I house as the next fellow, but it wasn't appre- Commissioner Clark also hand- The ICC, Mltctell said, could
id the ated lea Jobs for Republicans not stage an investigation on
SOld Warrior was always testy after a Washington state a peculiar the basis of news reports. It hd
s Mr, day in Wall Street, or cornering the core market, and highly unusual duty for a te have a formal rl equest. A
nt of or writing a book or producing a picture. The quasi-judicial commissioner sup- none had been r -ceived-asiln
during dogs didn't miad me; they minded her. posed to be absorbed solely wih .the Ciae of the, C a ttle.
,p the I wasn't allowed to drive the car any more, regulating railroads and truck- ,altontam_ the. tried on .li-
because. you know what they say these days in lines for the p bli ood. ruary 17 to get all New
situa- about male drivers. I suppose I was a little dowdy Regardless of Commissiloner con. rssmen to vote urjSm- .
Their at the end of a hot day m the kitchen, but then Clark's denials, Senator Magnu- IC to stage the probeT. Te cI.
aS lit- she showed me the frozen foods and electric son, chairman (,f the Senate In- gasmen, .-however, would no
iat he washers and vacuum cleaners and things, and terstate Commerce Committee, vote as a group.
dames pretty pon there wasn't any real excuse to keep plans to get to the bottom of However,, omms"loner lar
me on. There wasn't anything I could do that sand see just who la telling ICC e.' senr boy to the l
e bet- the electrical gadgets couldn't do better, the uth. ous-e, then hW
eon- .I tll you, it's terrible to feel unnecessary Hre are the complicated but o ..a .
iment, and unwanted, especially when they quit kisinl sus.clous facts w ch the pub, ah., coitu asln Ton)'
under you goodbye when the stove off to Invent 0 doesn't know a ut:_ -
r and atom bomb or something in the morning. s nIn the ed hot battle ner n em t a"en.

. cOdants st b long to the fellow, and dami- in -you oted at In ti te-. o shcontrol n
Iomes. even allowed to drive, and they still have the un waure to lose. w t ie S tld e f
Dea d Orbr- l.'6e" nu nO Aprkpl clyt
learn Probable n hat is why we willu adnd onew ms"wore d ee o Mprdldente.rsl inrdaetio.a n b rat
ven againstic am runningeary array. ol win. lly, s w.m a s ao usedly Jud
1 arCent of ealth t y th -l ES TEXAS RND. f ro-e eing re a quemi-
Sus. up a mlvwi sare gn po ard Ia ter he before. Bob Youne himself t en obnt


it farrun It' aewheare ha Texan got holed of ie's close
So r w I t aends Mgrchpson and Richard-n ubi Ul
onaont vot ant 1. theoitc l hine
h uth- Don't bother to wriee, because they u aust sho .It n -omstagenIve sbtoneou





'S Eork Centr l SProceedin gberlauas
S the ptmltr, and te new The manner in whic postmaster tether i agency.
hr n- up ain mae with foreln o inmarks. t a Therefore, Bob Youna ,hlinlf-

rra of lborr itin alonp dch ,uuomapctueo be here ong' an rienr -
IndW hin to they1 mindedofr. p oetob e -s solely ith t -

oedge y knowof e1 ihaym e Hue in onner liwor agd.uaw- th e y .
Iau INC IdENALYIIIIONE OF-THth toborrowe d othhee m ney iS etreme--
atr a M a hrthi eendhpfilienstovery s i gniicNanCt.YugspredI





i- Jonmes E. o e ident of International Kitrb hthe. t A




& and union of Electthal ret er, cited automated TV riD sInANcaCE B C ibhold no
ore of and radio assembly machines where two workerhi s ani e Corm. Bt
mi in Tgeregacnsultanyts firm anI dedior thier jut wo Is ae In



re b.e t take the place of 300e theo make 1000 leta tr- t. h l go b aelanWdi
aut. tilon l a ou.. ep steri. be ..osay ooes likey toe bank where Young' frten6dI





orga an industry h t is nw ar cent mechanized __Cu Eton, s fluent .
l, and a wi l be 95 n wper c hent by lwin c young pet-'put",_ in othe r woll, .a u I-.
undger plo entr te work forte shavcreasrfoing.rte that they could see t:"he m --
n a- A thee predtIof a 7e questioned, however, I back to the C and 0 I
S ay unon laDb r omfcialse who get the monthly re-iat.a stipulted -rice with no-
in steel pfrom ductionjals of men lawith netoff m- he ml'- I
ion ploymena decline of 1s_ p_ __er a cend t y -oa h 7 r_ _ _-_
urint. James N..qreky president of Internationale c _----y-do
dore of an radio assembly aInes where two workers I Byi wonlMi flw i. Mmurnl4It
tst.s, nowtakethesplaciofan00, tomake 1000 O] . ....... r. --
e mnl- day.
being Joseph A. BgurO, president of Communica-
tions workers, mg00ed 17,000fJobs in the tele- tos
learnl phone indus tr tist whyspeareddIn 1 er4. Th s is -il" iL_ \4 a
bersg antidusstry that is now per cent mechanizedl-e
". ~ eveana will be 90 per ient by st-. i--IeIh"-ugwsueo'enrl


L _on pDoymen', decline of 10 per cent. eIjItsht% pocedngbeci








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Striped Plaids *- d 6Mrs.
La is, 1 4bofi, e
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Ladies 16 rib rayw
,. 3l $ _,"3 a |
Lite 0 rfb 1IQ S L. .": a,- WE e3.80a 1
S.. SAE 4.50 -
:- La PMda (nw 5yp)
"Me tImbrellas SALE 2.95
Chd ren's Umbrellas
SALE 225


S. iRTS TOMORROW THURSDAY AT Os00 A.M.


"MAIN STOMIE ONY


4F FIX'S ANUAL SALE


OVER $1 000.00 OF QUALITY MERCHANDISE

AT AMAZING REDUCTIONS!


SALE FROM THURSDAY THRU SATURDAY AND MAY 3rd.
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R A IN.A raT
FOR OWRL'S s- .tWi4 yearb
Plastic with h4d, be bag.
". -r*m 1.9*5 -,
Fine rubberized plaids-Special 4.95 *a.
FOR LADIES ,
Plastic with cap-belt-bag -
all colors fancy all
sizes ................SALE 3.95'
FOR BOYS sizes 6 to 20 ,
Plastic with cap ...SALE from 1.50 ea. '
Zippered Jackets "Water Re-
Spellent" ...SALE from 3.50
FOR MEN sizes 34 to 44
Poplin-tan-grey-Navy SALE
from 3.95


NEW WHI-TE SHEETS
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FINE'MUSLIN 128 COUNT
By Pepperell & Cannon
Long-Wearing -Slight Factory imperfections.
54 x 99 Small Single Bed Size .. Sale 2.20 eas.
63 x 99 Single Bed Size ....... 2.35 ea.
72 x 99 Twin Bed Size ........ 2.50 ea.
72 x 108 Large Twin Bed Size 2.75 ea.
81' x 99 -Double Bed Size ....... 2.75 ea.
90 x 108 Large Double Bed Size .. 3.25 ea.
42 x 36 PILLOW CASES ...'.... .50 ea.
Superfine Combed Percale Sheets.
LApY PEPPFRELL'- 183 COUNT PERFECTS
% 'ASot as silk Wears like Iron"
46 x 72 Cib Bed Size ...... ,..Sale 1.95 ea.
72,x 99 Twin Bed Size ........ 3.35 ea.
72 x 108 Large Twin Bed. Size .. 3.75 ea.
90 x 108 Large Double Bed Size .. 4.50 ea.
42 x 36 PILLOW CASE ....... 2 for 1.95
42 x 36 Hemstitched Pillow Cases 2 for 2.10
PASTEL COLORED SHEETS,
PEPPERELL FINEST MUSLIN 131 COUNT
PERFECTS
Blue -rGreen- Lavender Pink Maize
Beautifully finished Smooth texture.
72 x 99 Twin Bed Size ...... Sale 3.25 eo.
81Ix 108 Double Bei Six .... : 3.76 ea.
42 x 36 Matching Pillow Cases 2 for 1.75 ea.
FINEST COMBED PERCALE LADY PEPPERELL
183 COUNT PEkFECTS
Pink Blue Maize Green Lavender
72 x 108 Large Twing Bed Size ... Sale 4.25 ea.
90 x 108 Large Double Bed Size .. 4.95 ea.
42 x 36. Matching Pillow Cases 2 for 2.10 ea.


DRESSES
in our air conditioned Dreas Salon
Incredibly LOW PRICES I
DRESSES


SPORT AND CASUAL . .

COCKTAIL AND DRESSY
I
EVENING AND DINNER .

MATERNITY .........


WOOL SUITS .......... ..
RAYON GABARDINE SUITS ..


e a * .were from
NOW from
* . .were from
NOW from
. .were from
NOW front
S . were from
NOW from


9.95
3.95
19.95
8.95
25.95
7.95
9.95
3.95


. were from 69.95 -
. were from 25.00 -


IN OUR ANNEX

Exciting Values on

CHILDREN'S WEAR!


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GIRL'S DRESSES


35.00
15.95
79.95
49.95
125.00
59.95
29.95
12.95


NOW
NOW


25.00
12.95


BLOUSES SPORTSWEAR
formerly ...............from 4.95
NOW sales .............from 1.50 Polo Shirts ........NOW from .95
I I- _Shorts ............NOW from 1.50
S K IR T S Pedal Pushers .....NOW from 2.50
Cotton Cabardin Slacks ........,NOW front 3.95
NO .................fro 2.95 wm Sut ....... NOWfrom 3.95
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HOUSE COATS Rayon Cotton ....from

CRINOLINE PETICOATS
from $.95


3.95


SORRY NO ALTERATIONS DURING SALE!


entrance thru our Main Store
Cotton Prints Plaids Solids SALE
1 to 6 sizes ...................from
Play-School Dressy sizes 7 to 14

GIRLS- PANTIES
Rayon white and colors sizn 2 to
14 ........ . ........ Three for
Nylon white and colors sizes 2 to
14 ............... . ...... .. ..
Fine Cotton white sizes to 14...
Petticoats. Rayon .................
SPORtSWEAR
DRASTICALLY REDUCED
Pocket. Booki Plastic Sttaw ........

BOYS-
White SPORT SHIRTS-
sizes 6 to 20 ..................from
Colors in Cotton Prints Plaids ...from
POLO SHIRTS & "r' SHIRTS
Plain colors Stripes Fance ......
SHORTS SOCKS .....................
U NDERSHIRTS ......................
BATHING TRUNKS ..................
SLACKS Fine Khaki sizes 6 to 20
Navy Green Gray Gabardine .....
Gray washable cotton ...............
SHORT PANTS Khaki ...............
Little Boys SUITS .......6............


1.25
1,95


1.00


.50 q,
.30 ek.
1.00 e a.'


.756 a.



1.25 ea.
1.95 ea.
.75" ea
.40 ea.
1.96 ea.
4.50
4.96.
1.95
2.50
1.95 ,


M-rlex
Madiex


Towel


THIRSTY FLUFFY
BLUE CORAL GREEN YELLOW PINK
16 x- 28 Face Towel ........ NOW .55 ea.
22 x 44 Bath Towels .........NOW 1.00 ea.
22 x 44 Bath Towels (extra heavy) .. "1.50 ea.
13 x 13 Wash Cloths ..........from .30 ea.
BOXED SETS Calloways Finest
2 bath 2 face 2 wash
In beautiful colors formerly $14.95
NOW $6.95 set 6 pcs.


99
108
33


WHITE LINEN SHEETS
Twin. Bed Size ...........
Large Twin Size ...........
Linen Pillow Cases .........


7.95 ea.
8.50 ea.
2.50


100% PURE WHITE
LINEN SHEETING
72: Inch width Formoerl 5.50 ... NOW 2.95 yd.
90 inch width formerly 6.50 ... NOW 3.50 yd.
PURE SILK BLACK CHIFFON
401Inch width formerly 4.50 ... NOW 1.50 yd.
Black Crepe Satin formerly 4.00 NOW 2.00 yd.
PRICED FOR IMMEDIATE CLEARANCE!V


HANDKERCHIEF LMIEN
36' Inch width with formerly 1.50
NOW
"S6 inch width colored formerly 1.75
NOW
3, .Inch width white formerly 2.25
NOW
LINEN FOR GUAYABANAS
40 inch width white formerly 2.95
NOW
44 Inch width white formerly 3.75
NOW
Fine MOYGASHELL Irish Linen
36 inch. widthi- white and blue for-
mnrly 2.2S ................ NOW
MES LINEN SUrLNC
21 f'idh wIw h cream Grey -- for.
"tidy .4, .'................ NOW


1.10 yd.
1.10 yd.


1.50


2.00 yd,
2.50 yd.

1.50 yd.

2.00 yd.


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jaipous branded
Reduced'. ?from 2.51)



MAID'S UNIFORMS
Sizes up to 50
from 1.95
white and colors!
NURSES UNIFORMS
Famous makes white
Long and Short Sleeves
3.95


LADIES BELTS
NOW ..... from .50
A .BRASSIERES -Jet
from 1.50 .


Fines
COSTUME JEWELRY
Earrings Necklaces *
Pins Bracelets
from .50
Compacts ....... 1.00
'-A'


Fine quality RAYON


Panties "Briefs" Plain and Fancy
Panties Trunk Styles .....
Panties out size ..........
Half Slips with lovely lace nylon
Trim ..................from


TABLECLOTHS
and PLACE MAT SETS
f t i t il' OFP ikqy]|l j
Madeira, China, Damask



THERMOS BOTTLES
Keeps hot -- keeps.cool
Pint size ...... 1.00
all chrome .... 1.35
Quart size .... 1.75


OutstadiflgValue
BATES BEDSPREADS
Washable

bed size before t0.S ea.
- NOW 6.5d ea.


Bargains of the year
P ER F U~ M E S
finest French brands
OFF and more!
You can chose from
great assortment
S.75 to $5.00'only!


100% NYLON


.50 ea.
.50 ea.
.85

1.95


Slips plain and fancy ...... 2.50 1
Nightgowns ................. 3.50 ea.
Pajamas ................... 2.95


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PANTIES BRIEFS .50


FEL.
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Sory, Cash Slje Only!
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Cool
PAJAMAS 3.00


Panties "Briefs" Plain and Fancy
SALE
Half Slips Pleated (ruffles)
SALE from
Petticoates .................
Nightgowns .............. ,


2.50
3.95
3.95


Extra-all plated Nylon 2 tone
Nightgtwns-formerly 45,00 ,
NOW 19.95


COTTONS
0 NIGHTGOWNS 3.80


HALFSLIPS 2.50


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Ladies New 100% NYLON Hose


FULC,LFAHINEDOEL
PEC.EAMS p, .
IMAGINE ONLY


Fine HOUSEHOLD ARTICLES


Portable Barbacue Grills were 8.95
NOW
Wrought Iron Food'Warmers were 3.95
NOW
Pottery for Pation use HALF PRICE
Black with White


4.95
2.00


Boxed colors Aluminum sets
Pitcher 6 tumblers .. 9.59 5.95 set id 7 pc.
8 Aluminum assorted color Tumblers
9.50 4.95 set of pc.
Boxed Bsverage sets
Large pitcher and 8 glasses 4.95 2.95 set of *pc.
Boxed HI-BALL GLASSES 3.50 2.25 set of 8; pe.
CLIP-66( BED LAMPS in colors 6.50 -- 4.50 ea.
FLOWER ITALIAN POTS .........from .5 .0
ASH TRAYS ........'........... .from SO''.

EXTRA SPECIAL ALL TABLE ,MkS
Formerly 12.50 to 25.00 ... NOdW 5.95 ti,98


For Men

SPORTS SIIRTS
Cool washable -check -prints from 2:50- .fS
WHITE "T" SHIRTS ,
Finest Weave ... . .. ........... ..... .
WHITE SHORTS
Meroerlze Poplin ............ .......... .- B
UNDERSHIRTS .....................;... 1
SWIM TRUNKS .......................... i
SO90 S --.HANKIES .t. .............. .f
PRACRON TIES ............ 2.95- 1.lS -
ItWlan Pure SILK TIES ....... .. 3.50 1. r
ZVPFERED RAYON JACKETS
WATER REPELLENT ..............NOW


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PLASTIC WHITE BLACK colors .from 1.50
FINE LEATHER ...................from 2.50
AFTERNOON BAGS .................from 2.50
EVENING BAGS ..................... fro.t 1.95


50% OFF
ROSENTHAL BAVARIAN CHINA
Complete Dinner service (116 pc.) for 12
formerly 204.50 ................. NOW 102.25
YOU SAVE 102.00


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TlB PANAMA AMEICAN AMN WSI P IENT DAt.:


Southern States Ready To Seek

's Intervention In L&N Strike

A,. April 27 (UPW -I workers. The non-operating u-
Southern states are ready I nions aisagreeud wiut me r a l1-
a k for presidential Interven- road over a proposed health and
IA the bitter 44-day strike wenuare plan.
Pt the Louisville and Nash- New vandalism was reported
S Raltroad, it was learned to- In both the rauiroad walkout and
a4t a second emergency ses- tne strike of an estimated 40,000
of the Southern Governors telephone workers, members of
I erence. the communications workers of
reliable source said Gov. America iUW( wno reiusec to
Wrence Wetherby of Kentuc- accept a company-proposed no-
san Frank GCiment of Ten- striKe provislun winout means
see and representatives of ot arb&trating grievances,
other states eel they have
tour rope end" in ef- Fire destroyed 90 foo t
tOsolve the dispute be- bricege on the L&N maIn ilie
son the L,&N and 10 non-oper- between lonLiaon, Ala.. and
unions. Pensacola, ,i l railroad divl-
etherbv called today's meet- sion superintendent M. c. Biack
at Nashville. Tenn.. after ef- said the izre was detlnIely "in-
of the conference to end ceniary. Anomwer briag% was
rail strike in favor of arbi- dynanw d between tep a n n
tno lkg differences failed I a d prtamage was slight.
I% on anl company offlcia 1 At I ontgomery, Ala., two tel-
attended the meeting and epnone tiarers, Macon B ran-
re asked after the morn n g I on and nomer k ller, were ar-
Son to submit in wri t I ng reed and charged with firing
'hat tohey ar ilinU r to do"l lave snots at a car carrying twu
at they arewilling to d outnern Ilell guards. wo shots
.M.I the t hit the auonkoueie but neither
El '.As attempt by a special three- hit the au~onou.ze but neith e r
S rSo ctteeb appoint te- ,o1 the two men were Injured, in-
"ertior committee appoint ad vestigatora said. Snotgun boasts
t1 the Dixie governors to stop aMo tore through.,windows .of a
a similarly six-week-old vo om- rf
iultin tibins. strike a g a I n s t. telephone cozrplq wpfenousa e
lbpUesrn BeU lTelephone Co. at' otgomry. ....
0 ,90e. At Yle:rd City, Telltn., a
S There was more otlmnism in Penn-Dixie Cement Cb. plant
ton h officials o wasclosed down and a es
a. wte'dtn se aid thefirm was table
INM ^ ^ National ^l atlon H o a r d
"Is:. with reit and lnion re-re- to obtain'freight cars to h sIp
I A ttlvea. It, was the first face cement. The plant, only Indus-
i fan meeting of labor and try in the small Teineasee
Im leMament atr days of sop- tow, is located on a ranh of
I Wie onfe c. the strikebound tMialwle, Chat-
ii L&N'A non-operat I n g -1, tanooga and St. Loullai llroad,
W alkned b M rrh 14 and an alflilate of the IAN..
M e joined la week by f o u r Meanwhile, the Natiqnal La.
pendt unions 6 operating bor Relations Board has t e p-
I ped into another labor dispute
involving four Soutoers states--
Georgia, Alabama, Virginia and
Tennessee.
The NLRB ordered Bo woman
Transportation Inc., to cease
recognition of District 50 of the
United Mine Workers and stop
interference with the AFL
Teamsters, Chauffeurs, Ware-
housemen and Helpers Union.
The AFL union called a strike
against the big Alabama co r-
i F Uporation more than a year ago
ii in the process of trying to orga-
nlze the trucking firm. Accord-
%; i Ing to testimony before the NL-
v4l S RB. Raloh M. Bowman, prest-
Wq* dent of the line, helped set up
." ''UMan organizing meeting for the
UMW.


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SINjTRB0 CEA W MEMBER
i kty Crewe ,isanxieus for al Panamanians at a
to geetl a a-mtien of be e family, the bauley,
ei Th B l-Wl the relation of her father,
Slw oCrew i ety in a ex-queen wanted to
a tt esau0n crowd to welcome it at Its Debut
Aitm a Ball May 7th. Tlkokets for the Ball are
tp' 'aowm laeo at the ThvoU.
Alfes To Wed .The wedding will take place
Q Groea May 14 at the Coco Solo Chapel
d. Mrs. William E. Al- Lamb Family
li~.o Slolito, Canal Zone, Visiting At El Panama
e th eagem e n t of After a year in Bogota and
g ttl t, Roberta Ge r- four months in Call, Dr. and
Allen Orosso, Mrs. Frank Bruce Lamb, ffr-t
ri Mrs. Domni a mer residents of Panama, and
i a.t. Bigrelt, Michi- their daughter Carolyn arrived
rom1U "serving with yesterday by plane 'o route to
Stpt4 Navy at Coco the United States. They are
S staying at Hotel El Panama.


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Mr. Joan W :h3 i, soa o0
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Their 2Jpt tJngwu1 bee
,.. Dr. Lamb ha.te ) S M held by ut em P canal Na.-
one year as onsultat. to4 tural History -oip pt 8 p.m.i
Colombian GOfvem#tent on .or tonight at tet Mirmatores Obser-.
estry. Mrs. LAmb: ti- aee D.the vatory.
co-authors of the .
Tree," a coetlonl of Mr. J, weton Seaqult, wbo
stories of Pam and th6e Ca- for the Ost four year- has been
al Zoei, pubshed IlilS. Pat- Professor of Biology at the Bal-
ing her stay In O NetM Mrs. boa Higi chodl, will speak on
Lamb insists tMat h tf t ing the subject "An. April .ven ng
has been "the usunI P.n" but at the Observatory."
breaking down het n mural d- Astronom a# been mRM Sea-
desty, it seems t(at thLere wl quist'i hobby for some t i m e,
be an article of hers eB it"- and when Mr. Clarence T r u e
iide," on the symphony orches- retired and left the Isthmus a
tra mt Colombia. few months ago, Mr. Seaqul s t
was asked to take his place
Canal Zoner Vacations with Mr. Earl Dailey at tne Ob-
in f awaii And San. slembee servatory..
Miss Wilma sMalS) retumrnad
Sby plane on Monday from Ha- According to Mr. Seaq u l s r
wail and the UNIted State there are flay. inter estLng
-jwhere she spent the Batter Ho- things to be seen In the sky at
Sldays. this time-the Conhtella t I on of
--' Orion, the M Hunter; the
Ileasas And JimenW Horse's '%eadNblaul& In t h e
Off To Earope dagger of Orion; Jupiter and
I Mr. and Mrs. Florencia leasa four of Its 12 moons; Sirius, the
pnd Mr. and Mrs. Rx mon. J- Dog ar: Ursa Ma jo r, the
*menez left by plane yesterday y great. Sear ; the Big Dipper,
Ser New York. Fre there they, and several star clusters.
idenaer for E n I n nd and a i


tour of the Continent.
" OJWB Work And Plays
inr NNew Piano
SA benefit card p-arty and
game night has been planned for
the purchase of a new piano for
TUSO-JWB Club by the Commit-
tee of Management of the USO-
JWB Armed Forces 8 ervjce
Center, Thursday, April 28th,
from 7:00 p.m. to 11:00 p m.
Bridge, Canasta, S8 ra bbl e,
Checkers, Chess, Bitso and oth-
er games will be enjoyed. Play
era are asked to bring their
own cards. Refreshments will
be served.
In charge of arrangements
Is Mr. Arnold Solomon,. who In
assisted by a committee from
the USO-JWB Comml t tee of
Management.
The door prim e Itwo free
trips to the San Blas Islands for
Sunday, May 15- This pr 1 z e
has been made possible through
the courtesy of Mr. Fred Busch,
Tour Director of the Colon
Chamber of Commer e.
Tickets for th fairs, which
are one dollar, ay be purchase-
ed at the door A cordial invi-
tation Is extend to all to at-
tend.
so BeDI T
Of OGasea.
Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Barr of
GambOa anqunce the birth of
their second son, James



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St. Simon's Women
To X06I~ Gew LG
On Tree"
The Woman's Auxiliary of 8t.
Simon's Church, Gamboa, are
spopsoriu a green tree Tea
arty to be held this Thursday
begging at :30 p.m. on the,
church lawn.
The party will be featured
cake walk, the t o
thils funAMi q will
be the l number guests
wIe ho n lf. their te-
titen of g @Mresent at his an-
nual affair, and try to outd6
each otar In placing "bills" on
the tree.oThe kids will have an
oplortny to help by putting
-I* et receptacles located un-
der ahel tree. The committee in
cl arge of arrangements are do-
Ing everything to make all thoee
who attend feel at home.
Mr. And Mrs. all '
Return Prom HNeeymoon
Mr. and Mrs. John Willi am


To reach the Obser v a tor y
from Balboa, pam the radio sta-
tion at Fort Claytqn and turn
left near the top of the bill onto
the road leading to the Miraflo-
res Waterworks. Part at the
Waterworks and follow the side-
walk along the wire fence to the
right of the gate, and up a
flight of steps to the Observato-
ry. It Is suggested that you
bring a flashlight.
Due to lack df space at the
Observatory, the meeting is lim-
ited to members, and visit r s
from off the Isthmus.
Mrs. Crawford Entertains
Mn. Wardlaw As House Guest
Mrs. James L. Wardlaw who
has been visiting with Mrs
Prank L. Scott and Mr. and
Mrs. Frank W. Scott left Satur-
day for the Pacific side. she
will visit with her sister, Mr. J.
J. Crawford in Balboa until next
Saturday when she leaves by
plane for hpr home in Fort Lau-
derdale, Florida with a stopover
in Kingston, Jamaica for on e
week.


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away. Pour yourse a ~spoonful t
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lwily swallow it. reel It spread
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brakes ... carrying welcome relit
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Stew green mango until soft.
Put a layer in the bottom of
the baking dish. Cover with a
thick lAyer of bread-crumbs.
Sprinkle thickly with sugar
and danamon. Repeat until
dish WI. full. Dot the top with
pieces of butter and bake
closely covered for forty min-
utes. Remove the cover and
brown. .Serve with hard sauce.
Baked Mangos
Slice riper mangos in a bak-
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ously if the fruit Is tart. Add
bits of.butter and a cup of hot
water. Sprinkle with chopped
nnts and bake until tender.
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9 i ..;A p_'t-Easter concert will be Members ef the Seventh Day
'-- W t tomorrow the a..t -8 Adventist ceLtral Church ins
strong presiding. I..ven16 g it'i1.
J .^ Paralso g .t ) U will -..d.., 1 3
S '-'The choir, under the direction h.The profrmin will incluce imwit
1 f Pearl E. Ford, will render el elections. solos, duets apd
There Lord" and the Hallelujah
.- ous from rHanel's "Measgah," itebers at the choir and wll
Te..6- t of the l ppe jSddtion to other leftioas. Ie available at the door of the
hn nEde Ita standard whereverlTickets are Sing sold i Pftrsiso MetUpdIt chuCh. -.
itm k through brutta-.t
camem to the luxurious pie-aW.l-t
mode. However, name an apple
dish, and with it you can namely ALICIA S KINDERGARTEN -
** l' tanlon NURSERY SCHOOL
In u.orling W mango oLocated 1 block fro Via porras (fSn t rancisco)
Otwo.t.u. tahead... we.do n....between .-Il Streetz. No. 25C, wil open May 3.
think you'd- like apple iecrea. Modern equipment, spacious playground. POt
is a sure. Winner. Second count: Enroment ity, 8-10 a.m. Te.: 3-74.
we understand the kernels.. f theTecrDi
mango lte seeds can be roasted Teacher Director
and eaten like chestnuts! ALICIA R. CALLEJA
Here are two grn manjo Frmerly with brook Nurery School)
dishes that can be popped i Formerly with Albrook Nurery School) M
the oven at the same time.


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InccF Iq NAL Household


LIFE INSURANCE
CALL
JIM RIDGE
'14.28 4th of July Ave.
Phonrm Paonas 2-0552


. "We can help TOll with
chiropractic"

CHIROPRACTORS
K Oire. A. An Ian OIIAC
i iPalmer Gradiu- tens
SI Perus A-uue Tel. 3-1310
i block from Lix Therrrei

NPT S BAXTER. S A.
SShippers IMovers
1 22-262
LearnM Riding at
jAPAMA RIDING SCHOOL
*MJumping lTress dail
5 -Phoae -0279
-or by eppelpimentt.
l. df h!oig oM'.^_.
YtARS OF EXPRIENCE-
JaM'ni Rodqcing Messies.
jt Machined. urkish both.
-'Muel *and female operators.
- CHOLLS SERVICE-NAT.
'ip :.QflTOPEDIC.
one Aregiineas Av. 58.
Phne14.2217.


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& 1 (00l .-9-01 r 3-490

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jM~g 4frifth An.Store).


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FOR SALE:--Leaving Isthmus.
Refrigerotr, 9 cubic, fit deep
freesr chest. excellent cendl-
tion $120.00. Welling mchinao
Meg,eaxcellent conditlo $60.
Them item recorded for,
conversion. House 628 D, Ft.
Deleeaosps, Crhtobol 2805.
FOR SA1l: Electric range.
Westingheoe, excellent condi-
tion. now heootin elements. May
be sen at OQtr. 54-A. Albreook.
Phine 4243.


FOR SALiE-Weshing machine.
Westinghouse, 60 cycle, $25.00.
Deep frease. 71tr e. ft., 60
cycle. $190.00. Sewing machine
slalma.t nw with table. $50.00.
MiMseonoeas garden tools, etc.;
several fractionel horsepower a-
lacrie motors. 524-A. Cumndu
Heights. Tel. n3-3185.

FOR SALEi-Wastinahome re-
figerotor 25 cycle. 1948 Dodge
Sedan with. short end long wave
radio, good tires. Both vary good
ceanlimf. Roasnoble. Cable
Heights 0311 -X. Ancon.

FOR SALE; Refrigerator 25
cycle. like pnw. Juan Sque
P. 9q. Apt. B.

FPOR LI,-R-lrigerntor West-
S sdoBe, $50.00; Refrigoerator
Norge, $25.00; electric Fan.
16", $1.00; 2 chairs Rattan,
SS0.00; dining room suite me-
hgeafev. ?TOO.o0; micallane-
mE. 169-1, Gamboa. Phone
6-264.

FOR SALE Mhogeany bad,
Simeone matMers. wordrea ,
frib, kersense stave. Ecuadr
Avenue Wi. 1-14. Apt. No. 2.
"Albartin Iluilding."

FOR SAL!.--Magohany table
snti 5 ebalm :B0.00. Auto-
mait dish asher. $50.00. TeL
2-3188, 5440-.A Diablo.

F" SLE-40, eyelS wasing
maehboo. $30.00. Albrook 6200,
Ofts.. SIT-A. _

FOR SA Dining table,
$10.00;-Moeyt -wwher mater,
25 cycle. $10.00. Clayton 5186.

?OR SAL:-r4 Vanetian bil e
1o.0. *ti .sweeper. 25
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z ew ..e o'37, "5 1
theb parent
ta It W Wonted to Buy
i.n te grla. It, waft I U -eS r u /n
by the .lag c&remony Gnt _O M0 D_
rgvad wa' -'ray Bas __B-------"---
tLhArdlager, Caro y t WANTED 10t UY: We buy for
no Mary jne hell y casch stendeod geared 1951.
*-Wa le by VIenti 'e 52, 5 Cehovroelt car in ecel-
S.- lent condltlon.-Garge Ili*s.
b-: i,.lln by thei Phone 2-1995.
lejie, qf Troop WANTED TOBUYi-.Geod 60
in her.. roV s yY ear O rfrlj reter., referable
mn ShIr. with freezer omes op CIly-
N. ti 5186 .

pB, r of, o US Attorney
*, r Serlne for CZ Pilots
.E~E,. share .- *. u
Coi be- ToAnve 'Here
Apt, e,'p.
I Oa- wla .ai.: a Wash.
t a 1 lngton a~torney,-who represents
ftormMrs. Basa- the Canal Zone' plts, is expect-
Troop o. 41 BEft ed to arrive on' the Isthmus
| ediate -Grlstouti Sunday.
SObrozm9ny. T h e y
,Chrolyn A1 spokesman for the pilots
we rLou ise sid today their legal repre-
'-l,,Por- sOtattye wmh eo i for a few
S eando a.u, nys t.,ddics general matters
1.Tg a1l- affecting the PiotiL Among the
the world topias to be discued. he laid,
:.'y Ann Ws, the pendng suit against
n m".; Vi.- the Cagat.Co: in Ich three-
Zustt Uvdey, 71 ts of the-pilot force are
*t 8 "tOin- pyto recover overtime.
ian S3-_ bau pay, etc.I


D eis Aeevedso amd
f leader of Troo-
t ted Proficlency

r a ".rs n d a
Ie.mer, fIr s t aid
,. r fler, child
nA;t aa; Kthby Ar-
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t,-1d 4 care,
*.-^K'iBmd first

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mett, five year. pin, reader, first
aid home health and a?f e t y:
DeAhn Hickman, child care and
first add; Susan Tubbs, Insect,
games, ftrst aid, life.saving, ar
chitecture. home h alth and
saf Judith Pack, chId care
aCrdt aid: Mary'Vlck, first
ait'Lmncv Fields, child care
aSn' Wect; Ellen Dudyk, Insect,
play, and Jit aid; Dorotny
Poe',l'irsT aid and homemak-
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FOR SALE
Automobiles


FOR SALE:-1953 Ford Cus-
temline 4-door Sedan. Ver y
clean. Prkedto sell at $1,145.-
Call Nevyw 994 or t *at
2610-B. Coeoli.
FOR'SALE.-1952 Buick Spe-
cial, excellent condition, radio.
two-tone paint, n w tires
$1200.00. Can be financed.
Cleyteon 3136.
FOR SALEA Sport Car 1954
Sunbeam Alpine. Excellent con-
dition. Radio, white wall tires.
Albrook 3190.

Excellent condition, radio, soot
cover, good tires. Ali white
sewing machine. Call Hole 2-
3196 or inquire House 879X.
Morgan Ave.. Balboa.
FOR SALE:-1949 Ford VI Sta-
tion Wagon, 2-doer, maroon,
good coalition. $550.00. Call
Fort Clayton 6215 or 25-I
41th Street., Penami.
FOR SALE:-'49 Hu4on, goaed.
condition, cheep. Phone Pan-
ama 2-3747. Good tires.
FOR SALE:-1951 Kelser De-
luxe 4-doer Sedan. Radio, heat-
er, over drive. $700.00. Phone
Balboa 2-2944..
FOR SALE:-1947 Cadilla 2-
door Sedan, excellent condition.
new nph6tlsery and point. $390.
524-A Curundu Heights, Tel.
83-.3185.
FOR 54LE: Dodge Po war
Weaon, ton, 1950 Pick-uo
truck, with almost now rebuilt
*engine, winch, and five good
mud rip tires. 524-A Curun-
du Hoghts. tel. 83-3185.
FOR SA.LE: 1952 4-deer
Sedan Chevrolet. 25.000 miles.
Perfect. Qunrters 122, Phone
3233. Fort Kobbe.
FOR 6ALUs-Chavrletl 1952 4-
deer oaDeuxe Sedan: Owner
driven. GoSeed tires, nw pare,
253,000 miles. Phone 3-4992;
after 5.30 p.m., 3-0732.

FOR SALE:-1948 Studebak*e
Commander with radW. in good
condition. Moderate price. Own-
Is avm Isethmu. Via Porras
a. 99. Tel. 3.2068.

FOR SALE:-1954 Meu Minor
i 2-door Sdan, $750.. Phono
33-4225, 81661795 ,leoient.


FOP SAL:- 1950 n
Deluxe 4-door. lcaellae oi-
tTl ..dis...to-two. tan ta.
Duty poid. 010se l" or tele-
phone 2-4213. .

FOR SALE:-1941 FoPd. Con-
vertible. Vary good condition.
5431-C. Diablo-2..3740.
FOR SALE-1 53 Studebaker
Chmp hardtp; 10,000 ml.
beautiful cdse n, $1195.00.
Albremk 192.


Esniqralda Lopez

Wins Schoiltlhp
A,

Numerald Ie, 12-year-old
student of A lo diaz 8ch ool
won the Club u ra's second
scholarship &awrd at the Lot-
tery Plas" day.
The award cover a period of
tidee years otl Mbfirst cycle of
training In a public Panama
high schooL bmeralda w IIlI
pursue her studies at the Pro-
leAsional School Panama Ci-
ty. .
Eameralda, hold r of j.O
number "I" that* aed'thde
prize of SunOPy' Lottery draw-
big, Is the daughter of Mrs. Mi-
ria Lopeof AlealMedia. Her
father d60r1* tly after her
birth.


A large crowd of friends of the
Club, relatives and friends of the
participants, witnessed the
drawing.
Presentation of the award to
Emerald wa made by Hdum-
berto Leiguadler, manager of
the National Lottery.


NOTICE OF SALE
Ice Is ereby iva tost the0
Priness Wa a l. eosel
Ii beWanpert. Coleb
d. with ood bull
r teM. U tose net. 74 feel
LW be1. 4.0. with a drft
i wit be soid et Public Au
order the United Sttes EI
fir tlhe Dietriet of the Canal


MISCELLANEOUS
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
BOX 20a1 ANCON, C.Z.
Dr. Wondebhke-Medical CIt-
nic bide Capitol theater. Day
and night service. Telephone 2-
3479. Ponema.

FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE:-6 motors, 1 Apea
washing machine, all 25 cycle.
Call 87.-5I38 any time.

FOR RENT
Apartments
ATTENTION G.I.! Just but
modern furNished ape tmnti, I,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold wfter.
Phone Panama 3-4941.-


FO RE INT.-Furniahod and uan-
furnished 2 nd 4-room modern
apartments. Contact ALHAM-
BRA APARTMENTS., 10th St.,
Phone 1386 Colon.
FOR RENT:-2 bedroom apat-
moat In Duplex house. Fenced
verd, garage. Call Cooper 6-
206.
FOR RINT:- Small apartment
Via Porras No. 64. TeleplneM 3-

FOR RENT.-Modern and nice
located two bedroom apart-
moent with 5 closets, combined
living-dining, maid's room,
garage for occupied March 3rd.
Apply Justo Aroesmena 97.
FOR RENT:-Completely fur-
nished, wcroned two bedroom e-
pertment, maid's room. in Belle
Vise. available May 15 to Aug-
ust IS. Phone 3-4992; after
5.30 p.m. 3-0732.
FOR RENT: Apartament, 2
bedrooms. lIving-dinIng room,
kitchen San Frncisco. For in-
femretion telephone 1464. Bel-
boo.
FOR RINTi-Speom us ne bed-
room apartment new e-dern
building at Pueblo Nwovo
$40.50 per month. Phone 2-
34U3 or 3-0638 hueinen hours.
FOR RENT: Modem I bed-
ream., living room apartment In
eomeaet house No. 45 Aveni-
de Jose Fee. de ineg (Auntdw
moileO Road). For W(e see
bocmtro Ave. "I" No. 24. Also
I furnished apartment.
FOR fINTs-Pusoneltd eort.-

$120.00. Tel. T-16! .
FOR RINT.-Fuarlhd rt-
mant; livIng- OmllM ,
* 2 bathroom. garage, mold's
room with bathroom. Telephone
2-1477 end 3-0709.
FOR RENT:lo i F h -
epartmoent4 e.$0-. fo
bechelor or ceupk ih '


uch nomet fie t
column should li0p.
written form to oea a4
the box mimbeM -
ela aend Mohner
by hand to 6 emd
mneetlns eCmmt be paoegtby ti6 a


Veterans of FT1 S n
The Capin a- .. Ward-
rop Post No. 40, y. W., will
hold a speci& on Men-
day, May 2 for ftfhb Bo-
inatlou of Popt Oflw d del-
emates to he en-
campment.
The meetlUior : held at
7:30 p.m. at the pel shome of


Two as
menasAA.


maDMI COW Zm% A-a 1a L
An. Lual er.. A mI
S S nl t Sel Md
ir! ad t


f. OR RENT
011 8 ,. :
House ,
FOR RENT:-Scmall hl et. 0p
bedroom, living diinll "sees,
kitchma. Moderoto rent. General
Jose d Son Martin Ave. 1I
6, downstairs.
FOR RENT: Second Reli of
residence on General Jm Sen
Martin Avenu No. 6: PFe bid-
eems., living room, dinal teem,
kitchen, large parch. '.-Ufr
ground floor.
EOR RINT.-Vocation aAIs.
from May 7 to AugubI'.
bedroom, suitable for e flwpoe.
Telephone 2-2746. 5s Caro-
el Hosp. Road.

Help Wanted


WANTED:-A good cook. iest
bring references. Good .Msla.
Alberta Navorre St. Ni. 26. 11
Congreo. ..


RESORTS


SHRAPNEL'S fumslhod. hq q
on beech 1 Santes 9u Td-"-
phone THOMPSON. ealblo
1772.


PHILLIPS Oceonids Cotages.
Santo Clara. Box 435, BEoe.
Phone Panama 3-1877, Caile.
bal 3-1673.


FOSTER'S COTTAUGS, ne mile
post Santa Clera. Low qtet.-
Phone Balboa 18s6.
WILLIAMS' Sent Clare 'Beach
Cottages rmkge, refrlgre-
lion, 2-bodroomj Phome Balbo
3050.

Gramlich's Santa Clare Bech
Cottaqes. Modern ceane"mcs,
moderate rates. Phoan Gambom
6-441.


Baldwin's apartments fw'emt at
Santa Clara. Phone Baube 3631
for reservations.


12 WORDS


Wanted Position j Position~Offeted


WANTED:- Part or full time
book-keeping and -.a ft '
service. Write Box M AmAo
C.Z.


FOR SALE
Boats & Motors


FOR RENT: Chrysler Marine
engine 6 and 8 cyl., from 95 to
200 h.p. Special Canal Zone
prices. Financing 4velIable.-
Heurtematte & Arias, S.A. Pan-
ama.

FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RENT--Fu;rbhod, oloe'
clean, cool room; private bh,
hot water, modern convealpince,
good neighborhood. Pon Ave.
No. 35-19. Lower left.-


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iTALENT PANAMA AREA ARMT personnel are seen here per foning in the style that won them first place In- ha fot'
categoreSof the Panama Talent Conteat fnals. They whil compete tomorrow at the Post of Coroal with winnersof the AA4
tilles talnt contest for the honcr of representing UARCARIB tt Second All-Army TalenContest In New Yo
The winners are: (top left) Pvt. Peter A. Teracinni, Fort D Viir who took top honors In the vocal soloist category; (t. irh)
three-piece combo from Fort Davis, Pvt. Richard -A. Tomacci, piano, Pvt. Robert J. Bresh, bass fiddle, and Pf lc. John R. l-
glietti, adtms, first n group acts; (lower left) Pfc. Dale Brooks, Fort Amador, winner of the Instrumintal soloist c a, .andno-)
velty act winner Pvt. M*W'n Cooley, Fort Kobbe impersonator. (U.. Amy pbetee)


CZ, Antilles US Army Talent Contest


Winners Meet In Co etonTomorrow
iea Talent Coate- tites der te .dti.etion of Miss fl Batoafpaiee flat coipet- ,tor top Caribbean honors. The
,reto ofe t Co t t".ersfdl-t on... of-- W a fom ats
from bhL riUiM, anthe Ar-tch r'- .- round outb w1ifto vithan tospe onator in the Panams winner was a thr-l
tiles will et In competition hnginseveral choral contest. co
tomorrow a 1, t the Cora- leOtlo.. abewon the PanamL.contatPvt. Ricliard T al. pano.
soal t sW ea eUldS us- IV9al winner in the Panamanvwtl whe Impersonationsa such R'Ltobert .. B r.n. dra.wana
CARIB champapes who will rep- ArtaioftOe was Pvt. Peter A. 'iefanaltes as Eddie Cantor'flc. John R. Pamilgileftluesa
resent the command at the sec- TeIluni Of )iOrt Daviswhosang amea stewart and Red Skeltonddle.The trio ainedfirstpwA
ond A-Army Talent contest in ('Monlight serenade." He wonsa will compete with Ft. playin- -an ori-nal compd-tan-
New York In June. overt competUon from. M- Brooke's Pvt. Bennet Baxly who hy Pt. T e.
New Sgt. Jan Soto, Jr., Ft. ClaytYo van the Antill es "witb his t
Panama area entries for the a s Sa muels of t. tape An tes s with hrouis tine. Five artatopped
Caribbean tnas werp chosenA Kaoe other vocal group from Iy ,
april 4 at the corozal Theater ., 1 to e roU. e ,"
while the AntilleschnPsam were P t" R id R.Mner, Te fourth O t grou Baracks. Puto Rico, the om
selected April 5 ,a contest eBr oe, wo the Antillue ss viinmg with a oeal hbar- ,, Antille.s. i ae inm
which was televiedy WKAQ. aSe 5aee tlea si e s "a th in le
TV in San Juan, Puetto Rico. toilet na ToraoIaMUr (COUP, "The ltve ars G reqeti Pa.Wl e
Judges for the final contest the Panams winner. His r Bdag.tFrider, iJames OenA
were anounaed by USARCARIB dites..ef "eemalg-t Ber enat a aster, James fC. ati
=..ia ,.is this week.. They weP. es rm t. we Retwed Workers i .-.d u.,, oe
are: Wia m Uoi of the Pan- V SS wshe t the .. pqts the commekd aun .,
ama ush t btioltP picture, rt iWk, "Heayfe. ., p...te...d..
arlchd i T Overt, Th paWm area instrume lAuchn .
Branchil "th AF O r ta alo winner l Pc s M. o
Off mr-tnowA _776th AIrI ALfLtS wit ro
b kand = 1dS
doro .rsa f artist of The F& slo. A- yve to rcB a a ers .et -1'
Panrb *n canMP. . .C .In additonog 4- n .i'a
Pa91ha A=mlyn C.U1-be BN D of
Maj. iGe. Lionel C. MeGOrr, guitar nd plan. playing ., A
commandlug general USARCA-' alors, moak was given oop--co
RIB, wifl -" na had .to witness e a-o 3W CO a i
the MoMe ao ,o rie" o. -a.' I ECOuDS .
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, "ROM JULIET"

. the Moltatfulve Story
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with -
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Wednesday Club Moeet Ft, Guliek Club Gives
In Coco Solo Farewell Gift To
. The Wedneday Cub held itMs yera Shaw
regular meeting at the home- of
,$r. David Kapn of Coo Solo. The Fort Gulick Of f I c e r s'
The President Mrs Leslie Wives' Club was entertained
_:"gey presideS at the meetitg. with a swimming party and
electiona were held mad the f1- luncheon at the ort Gu I k
owing were el edfo the In- swimming pool. Following t h e
ming year: Pre mt, Mrs. luncheon, a meeting was c o n-
olph Crespo; L V -Pre al- ducted by club president Mrs.
t, Mrs. Mae OU f e- tanley LM at which time
i E and Treasuzer t.. HaUton Meadames Kiak and Dryda le
1; Press Correp.. Mrs. John were introduced as new c I u b
,irme ... members,, and Mrs. Edatrom as
G uests for the ievsag were: a guest. A msventr spoon was
William A. m Br, Mr. presented to Mrs. Byers Shaw,
rohn Drote, )Ms. Wusbce Rua- since Captain and Mrs. 8 h aaw
on and' rs. Dav*id ?1e0 are leaving th1e Ithmus soon.
-Amnog members attending Door prieM. won by Mrs.
were: Mrs. Oeoo. p aMy. Mrs. Per H. Laglseen. Hostesses for
ames Face .Mrs. Ltb Hoo- the affair were Mrs. L. R. Cur-
V p Mrs. Chakrles O"ea- a ied Usa and Mrs. John Snodgrass.


ARE YOU A "DO IT

YOURSELF" MAN?


If you are, you will love our
SPECIAL this week.


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phdenr for eatie because o 0
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DAY 2i


A SIX.PIECE SAW SET for any type of
work (it retails in the States for 3.49)
this week only- 1.98.

A TH1EE.PIECE ,HAMMER, SET (it
alo retails i the States for 3.95) this
Swealy $1.98,

Owe .ietof each pepr customer, only.


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HOW MUCH DO YOU KNOW


ABOUT CHRISTIAN SCIENCE?

F you are not correctly informed about Christian Science, hew can
j you discuss it intelligently?. Take this opportunity to learfn,wme of
the facts about this religion that ,Ihps done so much to heal M'han ills
and free sufferers from human inisery. Attend

TWO FREE LECTURES

by ARNOLD H. EXO, C,S.B., of Chicago, Hlinois
Member of the Board of Lectureship of The Mother Church,
The First Church of Christ, Scientist, In Boston, Massachusetti.

entitled ,,

HOW CHRISTIAN SCIENCE BLI .ES THE INDIVIDUAL
AND'THE FAMILY -

Thuradsi. April 28th at 8 p.m. In GATUN Theater
Under the auspices of

FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST,
Cristobol, Canal Zone


HOW (HRISTIAN SCIENCE REVEALS MAN'S GIANESS

Friday, April 29th at 8 p.m. In DIABLO HEIGHTS Theater
Under the auspices of

FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST,
Ancon, Canal Zone


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jemon Off To Fastest Start W T.
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|Bob Cops 4th In Row;


.Giants Defeat Braves

NEW YORK, April 27 (UP) -It Cleveland's
other pitchers could approach the early season bril-


Amador Handicap

Tourney Flight

Championship


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cigarettes, too. When
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the fresh K00L flavor
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Well Represented

In Youth Dw -PJ-
With a rt f thrle I,
eat r rong come l
group.l$hb e Elks kAnil ut M'
Day Swim Meet.
Headed by Miriam Martin,
who was a 1954 representative
on the winning 80 Meter Girls
Free Style Relay Team in the
A.A.U. Jr. Olympic Swimming
Meet, the group has depth and
balance.


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EL CHARRO RETURNS "El Charro" Ellse' Goameieof Mexico, who 'g I oj"4 bu illght
enthusiasts several weeks ago at La Macarena' bllin,'has returned to a e secal
"corrida" which will be held Monday, May a. Car Barton will alternate VI t t Igain-t
four pure-bred bulls. ',
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glance of Bob Le non, the Indians not only would de The finals of the flight cham-
a good bet to win the pen'-ant again but they might pionship, Ft. Amador Handicap
..,.... .Tournament were completed last.
top their record 1954 total of 111 victories., eek with following results:
7at Flight Lanza won 1 over
Lemon, with four straight vic-,Dave Joll and Warren Spahn Herrman.
tories, is off to the finest startpitched htless ball. d Flight Murphy eased by
of his 10-year pitching career All other Naional League an Murphy eased by
.lth the Indians. But unless games were rained out. d pight Akin extracted
pome of their other herald ed a victory over Rhodes.
urlers et in the groove short- Hard Fought 4th Flight Beavers requisi-
ly, there may be trouble ahead. tioned a win over Williams.
At the moment, Lemon is 5th Flight Greene defeated
the only Cleveland pitcher who -- Fisher 5-4.
has won more games than he Rallwaukee AB R H 0 A 6th Flight Miller sank
has lost. Mike Garcia is 1-2 Bruton ct ....... 4 2 0 1 0 Weade.
and the other member of the Aaron rf ........ 4 0 2 2 0
Big Three, Early Wynn, has Mathews 3b ..... 4 0 1 2 11 7th Flight Davis G-3'd a
been laid up with influenza Thomson If ....... 4 0 0 1 & win over Jamison.
-d ha'in't even start yelet. Adcock lb ....... 4 0 0 12 1 8th Flight Deerwester ran
Rookie Herb Score and Art Logan ss ........ 4 0 0 1 2 one more reel than Adams.
lioutteman are each at 1-1 O'Connell 2b ..... 3 0 0 2 4 The playoff for the handicap
and Bobby Feller is 0-1 with a Crandall c ....... 3 0 0 1 champion will be delayed for one
defeat in his only start. Buhl p .......... 0 0 0 0 0iweek. The schedule intended for
Lemon personally made sure a-Pafko ......... 1 0 0 0 0 this week-end will be played the
of his fourth triumph against Jolly p .......... 0 0 0 0 0 weekend of May 7 and 8.
Washington Tuesday., winning a b-Pendleton ...... 1 0 0 0 The handicap champion will
nine-hitter. 3-2. on the margin Spahn p ......... 0 0 0 0 0 be crowned on Sunday, May 8.
of his fourth inning homer. Bob- directly after the playoff of the
by Avila also hit a Cleveland Totals 32 2 8 24 9 two finalists.
homer. Losing pitcher Mickey New York The schedule for the playoffs
McDermott gave up only five Lockman lb ..... 3 1 0 9 0 will be as follows:
hits but walked eight. Both he Dark ss ........ 4 1 1 1 3
and Lemon struck out six. Mc- Mueller rf ....... 4 1 2 1 0 0800 May 7
Dermott made three hits and Rhodes If ....... 3 0 1 0 0 1st Match Lanza vs Greene
t*'le a base. Irvin If ...... 0 0 0 1 0 2d Match Murphy vs Miller
The Yankees gained another Mays ef ......... 4 0 1 3 0 3d Match Atkins vs Davis
stuperb pitching effort from Bob Thompson 3b .... 4 0 0 1 1 4th Match Beavers vs Deer-
Turley, who pitched a one-hit- Gardner 2b ...... 3 0 0 2 4 wester
ter, the first in the majors this Kattc ........... 2 0 0 0 1 1300 May 7
season, subduing the White Sox, Antonelli p ...... 3 0 0 0 0 Winner of 1st match vs winner
5-0. for his third straight vie- of 3d match.
' tory. He struck out 10 batters Totals 30 3 5 27 9 Winner of 2d match vs winner
and missed his no-hitter when a-Hit Into force-out for Bdhl of 4th match.
Sherman Lollar singled with two in 5th. 1 0800 May 8
out in the second inning. Turley b-Batted for Jolly, safe on er- Mixed Scotch Foursome -
also walked nine but stranded ror by Thompson In 8th. Choose your partner, organize
even men on base. Your sixsomes and call icr your
In other American League Braves ......... 001 000 010-2 starting time. If you wish to play
games. Detroit edged Baltimore Giants ......... 300 000 00x-3 and don't have a partner, call
o-Z when Al Kallne broke up the club manager, Sfc Goodman
the game with a leadoff hornm- Summary 1300 May 8
er in the ninth and Kansas Errors Buhl, Gar dner.
City defeated Boston, 8-7, in Thompson. RBI Mueller, | Playoff of finalists for handi-
11 innings when Jim Finigan Rhodes, Mays, Aaron, Mathews. cap championship.
singled 'home the winning run Triple Aaron. Left on base Approximately 1530 May 8, the
after Joe Astroth had tripled. Braves 5, Giants 8. Bases on balls prizes will be presented to the
Lefty Johnny Antonelli sLruck -Antonelli (3), Buhl 2, Jolly 1, flight winners, runnersup and
out nine Braves and gave up un- Spahn 1. 8.O.-Antonelli 9, Buhl the club handicap champion.
ly three hits in a 3-2 Giant tri- ]. Jolly 3. Hits off-Buhl 5 in 4; It is requested that the mem-
Sumph over his old mates from -olly 0 in 3; Spahn 0 in 1. Hits bers of the team that played In
Milwaukee. The Giants piked &ff-Buhl 5 In 4; Jolly 0 in 3; the Isthmian interolub .matches
Up only five hits but bunched I pahn 0 in 1. Runs and earned and incidentally won it for Am-
lour singles with a walk off Bob tuns-Buhl 3 and 3; Antonelli 2 ador, be present to receive their
.hl in the-first inning for alllnd 1. Hit by pitch -. Jolly hit gifts.
Of their runs. Buhl gave up an-, Katt). Passed ball aKtt. WPa
other hit in the second nning-Antnelli (1-2). LP-Buhl (1- Al T
but thereafter he and relievers 1). 1" Albrook Pool To Be


Moore Kayoes Al Rodr guez


During Colon Arena Workout


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S, Forces


As usual, the "Swimming Mul- Its panamaoArea p dayerUat


groups" will include Carolyn, Ca- row at po ta .
thy, Michael and Charles Me- Led b Siac, nIEk "Ooodnfan's
Carthy, Roger, Robert, Art and 140 the champ-had little trou-
Connie Umberger, Jimmy and bie in outdihtancng .te field of
BSuy Thompson, Billy and Juilie eight enm, Ad or total
Coman LaRue and Randall Ak- wIh as so, 1 1 -wtter than
era and Joe and Shella Reynolds. unner-up FortKbbe 618.
Remembering the old adage of r oudmane 10 is the top in-
alley fighting, "that if you.pick dividual so after 36 soles
on one member of a family you adi sh thefavo'ta to-best 23
have to fight the whole family,"j and hallr f medalst
these kin olks frdm Albrook are other -qudlifer for med a 6st
going to be tough to bea. honors. oe- fired a 69n
Same ui with a 71 yesterday
M e ad The tounSfy fnlse Fr.day
|XhT was Io afternohe on Ahe Amador course
e dg X A where individm- and team a-
n on wardsa wl be Md il.3
and-- hoodmank.fl c eto-


NEW YORK, April 27 (UP)-
Leading Batters
(Based on 25 official at Dats)
NATIONAL LEAGUE


Player and Club
Repulski, St. L.
Hamner, Phila.
Mueller, N. Y.
Cam an. Bklyn.
Pon dy, Chicago


g ab r h Pet.
10 48 8 19 .396
13 49 5 18 .367
11 44 7 16 .364
13 47 11 17 .362
12 47 9 17 .362


AMERICAN LEAGUE
Kallne, Detroit 11 45 11 20 .444
Skowron, N. Y. 12 48 14 21 .438
Power K. City 11 48 10 '18 .400
Throneber. Bos. 12 4313 17 3S
Nieman, Chica. 10 28 6 11 493"


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first 11
man )
with a
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Olaytop edged Navy Wesi
by oGe stroke for third
640 to 641. In fifth place
Luarry Heights with 645. .
k spot went to Coco Baol
irith 652, Fort Davisa' Wa
h.Wltli6Gl and Fort GUIlk
it with 693. .
-are :th 24 qualifiers for
ial competition:


core
140
143
149
153
153
154
154
1I6
18
158
158
158
160
160
160
161
161
162
162
183
164
164
166


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Goodaan, Amador .
: Dlktn. Navy W. Bank.
Dean, Kobbe ..........
Tayor, .Amador .......
SO& warts, Kobbe ......
Rigg, Clayton .........
Herton, Coco Solo .....
Megaughton, Kobbe ...
Laua, Amador ........
Shine, Clayton .........
Sew ll,. Amador ........
Beaudry, Quarry Hts. ..
Welchman, Quarry Hts.
Edmuads, Davis .......
Lopa Davls ..........
ShS*;-lXobe ..........
Patts, Coeo Solo ....
kermzxnn, Amador ...
Ai Mqs,' Anandor ....
WON Ga.ok ..........
PatW" I", Clayton .....
Russell; Quarry .Mts. ...
Oliver, Kobbe ..........
Tally, Navy W. Bank ...


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Moore, featherweight
n of Ohio State who. la
o meet classy Isidro
'e in, iight- at.w1p
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, pti re no r~e:- by, knocking
out4. Rodrigues during a wortk-
out ihe Arena. '
THL- hard-hitting Moore ac-
complished his feat .with the
heavy 12-ounce treating gloves.
Rodriguez who flghki in the
135-pound class, outweighed
t Moore by at least eight pounds.
The, former Olympi; National
A.A.U. and Golden Glqves. ban-
tazmWqight titleholder s sched-
uled to give Pacific sider a o100
, at his style this afta .ooz at
4:30 at he Panama Qym.M..
d-ro, '.Martinez, meanwhile,
.con te to be his ustal im-
ptes wj self. Martinez has been
vinj his sparring partners a
through going over for the past
two weeks and already in top
form. His handlers' only worry
is that he may go "stale" before
fight time.
The semifinal will be be-
tween Manuel Prescott. and
JIamn Salazar over six rounds
*ast =-W( : limit of 1,6 are4s.
a ila i es d 0Itd t it
I it out with Daniel Ward in a-
fear-round 135-pound 'rltlIa-
Claudi0 Martinez, an impes
ive winner over Kid Zeflne ltri
hispro debut, 'will try .to- ake
It to straight against k
PeeWee ll a 122-pound .mWm.
A&pIt of .the proceeidsJw b
twilmi.Wr to MaJ. Past. a"-
mIoe, phid;bf the ColOn National
OnA ,tO id delinquent, boyin
the Colo01n Boys Farmn.- bgmUs
OeneWr .admission d 'y.OC
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Teame W L Bet. GBa
BroOklyn .... 11 2 i -
Mlwauke .. 7 '4 .78. 8
4t, Lou,..... 4, .600 3.
Chicago ....7 5 .5f 3% '
Philadelphia.. 6. .500 4.
NewYT .... 5 6- >.45 f
Cncinnatt .. 2 10 s
Pittaburgh ... ,1 8 J.1.
Cb---s- -
VOWV4s GAMEs
Chicago. at Pitturuh
Milwm ee at New ork
St. LOuis at Philadelphia (N)
CincInatkat Brooklyn (NJ

YESTERDA'5l RBMULTS
(Night Game)
Milwaukee 001000010-2 3 1
New York 300 0000x-- 45 2
Buhl (1'*1), Jolly, Spahn.ant,
Crandall.
Antonelli (1-2) and Katt.
(Night Game)
Chicago at Pitteab1rrh
Postponed (Rain)
(Night Qame)
Cinciunati at Brooklyn
Poeatoned (Cold weather),
(Night Oam)
St. Ldui at Philadelphia
Postponed (Wet Grounds).

PacMflc Little .
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New'York 8. -*.' i .
Chicago ..... f 4
Poston ...... .I
Cleveland ... 7 1
Detroit .,.... Q 5 &
Washiniton 8 S
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TODAy S
Baltimore at 7,-:.
Boston wat Icai2 Bkty
New YIrk at owt-iB
Washingtons a --o
TEITEIFfAT'5
New York 3i00 i g
Chic= 00. 0100"0 ." : 1
Turfey (3-0) and
Fornleles (2-1),a
Chakales 'ad LIfllar. ',
Washing. 01000'0.O 8 0
Cleveland 2010010( 8 1
McDermott (1-1) ftg.
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'Lenon (4-0) andf.t f.,
stimnore 1i0a ;i10
Detrott 001 n *
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GOrver (2-2) and.
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PAA Tourney

.'Ray uper, the No. e
alian southpaw, gor~d..s th
first day qualify's tSia boa .
the Pan Am"eect 1r.lAha
ways. Golf To dur at. v
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Ralph # rkqr, star pitcher and W L Pt..e 0
ahortetop for the Lincoln Life Havana .....7 2 .779 -
teaml, copped the Pacific Little Toronto ..... 5 *2 .X4c 1
League batti g crown with a Columbus ...4 3 .571 2
.528 batting average. Richmond... 4 3 L 2.
Runner-up to Parker was Roy Montreal .... 5 5 .5 2 %
Watson of Spur Cola with.;a .454 S racuse ...; 2 3 .400 3
batting average while Curty Rochea~r -... 1 4 .300 .4
Schwarzrock of Spur Cola wound Buffalo ..... 0 6 .000 ai
up in third place with a .4Q9 a'- -
erage. Schwarzroc was the lead- YISTERDAi S RESULTS
in home run. hitter poundtln Montreal 4 Havana 3 (aa
out 0' roundtrippers In 21 bag
games. Schwarzrook also led in Bufalo at Richmond, 2 games
most runscoredwitha total of Postponed (Rain)
38 4nd Dick Rem of the Elks .
1414'und' led with most walksMontreal 02100010-" ,7 .u
aol0qaus 15 f'ee passes. Havana 200 000 100-. & 2
,ft% and Uchwarzrock re- Cox, Stanke (1), Micken,(tJ)
sdtoph for their batting and Teed; Ladera, .Chem 1 '(a)
abi~ltyat the annual dinner and Noble. WP StatM esk(140)
held ITpt Katrdaiy night. The LP Laders (1-). "HR.-Neal
beautii l tro i-wwere donated' ( amd).
by the Bxboa..J1ots of the-Ma- '
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year-old girls. (Left to right), Mary Watson, Diane Vesatal, Charlotte Schultz and Danielie,
Harned. These girls will again be among the 175 expected participants Sunliay at the Balboa
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tho ,,the -aran o he we tighed only 129 4 with
C 4 fll health champIon- fIhtng accoutemoent, w oat I

toroqpds rovd ow ou
led moet by an earTlr he C
,enet.tlon h1s ora pbeab An orpi d s l d. Pga fe. 1I


ad. otb-"!utnePin oa- tof the match came from ehim.
.o .. .inc fl It hadn't aeined In the bay
wYork. in fae thereby a rem on Feb.31, or 3 In
befeee t h the M lSg eherot r, an important onalde
a fwit w qdtrmlisaed n ig h ion, slices was arms nti
-. wanted $3000 to rantee iB
S sumaby, this was too ir
p1alpo the Ad Wolgast oxt, biten, for the profteM o
ws-dm ron dl mtto liuT a ts e ooh ote_ -i wn h am.
Nelson in 40 ouby s, a.....li.t
edtothe p5wrplit so our .p.9 sd6 .A f ibay aPr iI not

,,,ay figt addlgea tirob a1 fm--i ei n y V
tb e It'eg r gartane the. u ar to q Mc' or.. _i.p... .
thon route was tsandard proce- .:-wethb- over nero.
dure wonderful. A perfect, h.
Actualy, Wolgati hadn't gon ." . .. ..',
more thn 20 rounds in any pre- a, *h P d4t-1w
cn this respect Nelson :a fel t ath Cae mhm
to have an ed"e. sAtce he t had nStrpr in tebay is
-gone 42 with oJo, he b tourg a ba. ItnFb.2,2,ort-ppe 'in



taleny more than 15 the Iurren 8tahatn |
Nelson hadn't on4 be en and repeated an sme to W
knookid off his feet when the grt as coming from selson.
referee sthed the tfighs Bad To the profemor. the gory
aw 4 roun ds cbmstw an attitwil lreiU
pioap'to Wai Wevyr "they did everything but kl
he could scarcely see ad was each otbW' he'd beam.


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SUMALLBORE RIFU EEN TO There ar. a number of shoot-
VI FOR CANAL 0W era here who are espable of it.
CHAMPIONSMHIP AY 7, I Among them are a l ingham,
S who has fired SOme fine score
Another year has rolled around here; Lt. Col. George M. Man-
since the lat time a Canal Zone ning of the Air Force Archie
Smallbore Rifle Champion was Turner and his side kick "Dude"
named and on May 7th and 8th Lueas if they can stay away
at raran, the Balboa Gun Club from the "ftiny deniens" that
ill again sponsor the annual long, Sturtevant Todd on a good
Registered Canal Zonem tate day (is he having th o any
Championship Smallbore Tour- more?), and let's not forget two
nament under authorization hrpeyed young dies, Norine
from the National Rifle Anssoa- Dillman and Jeanette Orr. ,
aion of Amriala, There are several shooters
This tourney s made up of om th Gold Coat who can

ah two, e g as hooting
dgho at 50 yadatch one The shoog a buh rtlho4 ldi
=u a coap.e tc Ilghfit, at 00 Gold Coast isotrte i

.W l? -a t"iu*. 1353 with the hge st sCO" 19a
alrth. ia the b ai one, t 0 I fr*. .
th winner What some wil win ths yart
.of a ih can Cl u anal A lot depend l.the wu ther
zone "Champ" for 19M. mne a wobbl flahtail wind a
No W tanerkOf tamstournament make chunps ouo of k
a lpeatd the four t If the WXte ia fair,
s tahdim the1 o e, out5 on a fnfry.
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A IJ^ :* EW YORI. of 04 peverl &174 ye ttn a rso' ago, a lam by S me of d~ttenabin R na tor lheu ret healthy Ptin with cash cm-
SredVnon cwho waahe irsf aecord ae u I:tr for example, tmer. A fan in a minor league
Se the Suapme Court, A victory lkcr wrence in this city would have to watch his own
edown a verdteto16 *ana suit you would mean that club
?trustsitthatsao- 1 bei minorle- udawiuld mashare That woulu add up to more
- WIN %tp-a- rftr n" on organized baseball. i the etimited'$10 million in- minor ..ague clubs sand mere and
Ld v at :- t S* k, come_ tIhe 3 isalor league fran. better payer .
aZ. H asum' oo_.agaagHsthe At- Vin' opinion that itws hie receive for putting tir So, this it is an important
d UIaho POAy eapse UAlUWa receiving somethin the ture apes on th air waves. They one.
- lThe tl.,ys. f-.m ,. of a handout., su satd It had bet would have to Pay or limit tbeir The nest .ni that could come
o h a.e.0,,pr"s --rm'd to Wi I ter run its .niess with- telecasting to their own back- out of i.t w u githe minor
rd elus of Ch Cristob b out winding P court yards. leagues the ights to which they
lTem, S .ts hd fSff .S. For five w, Frank D. Law. with the minors cut in. nation- rre so richl entitled
e aoso tto the Vy.W. BtaM aence has threatened to bring
I." -m The Alumni ar baseball back into court a. _aw m..__. ___--'--_m___ I
B ~ :toher bast' been sell"d Lchce, banker who. O I the
S/buttwithamwealth ortsmouth club of t Las
&W 10l A& from 8, s o itilnpedmont League. wos getting

STb. "t thi, miaera r eune c Wnof ado I
At this time, the V.P.W. tee- and television easts- t majer .
t era-dont know who league ames in his territory.
Steal, but no matter Npboy In seball' On r-
FIRM awofn, tr pAd. '1t."-her u id enO wa t e ,- e '. ^^
U" be ,mt are ` T aged Law- r. .....S.At. Most
er i inth lias pitcer o onire incaind- to laugh it W. 1
Ssquat oftwenty our layer contends that It H I.T 0.
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in a strange way. You would nt
to eeal's ite n e- iM r On tetob the stand.
; aNet a l'as night pgenn ro sy thenera atersa dI*
aowed mthe le nt what I an em methodd of W
onnrbut d n8=6 thed the s %Icn daitve paSml~on v fr*s
leading Cuban Sugarheadlwt aducting da]Laene atnd eon
d -". s l and B .h e m an s h io M o
ad e cad wearily ,1 .
aU Th e Cbn j OegC On the witness stand, Frick -A
I. Inning but Montrealt the roele ofaing th er pasent
sco re mitn two runs In the ame- more haTit shaver.

si dngle and Bob Wialon's triple. ownerso;woSek 3on in
Ssals homer made the wtf # clinage. is strlatlle g Iqtal bst .
ole i1 WI the '. f pass. the over. a1 zone

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H THIRTIETHYEARPANAMA, R. P., WEDNSQAY, APRIL 27, 195 5 "'


Ike And Zhukov Are Still Pen Pais,


ainouncdtaboe)President Tells Press Conference *0ayoficer o
WAY OUT?--Radio pragu
ot of the Communist Par- -President Eisenhower, at his states.
i n Slovakia. His position news conference today, disclos- He acknowledged that their A
Premier was not aected, ed that he has exchanged let- may have been an error oflan-t At seno w e
t the ouster may be the sign ter with Marshal Georgi Zhu- guage In the State Department's CUban Radiologist Advocates ^i"efl^ O ei
hat he'll go the way of Hun- kov of the Kremlin and Indi- comment last Saturday about
an Premier Imre Nagy, cated that he hoped this was a talks with Red China.
o was removed from office move toward assuring peace. Eiae o Early Detectonf Cancer
last week.^ Eisenhower talkedaboutEarly Detection Of Cancer N ew~o'
At the same time he saaidhe Zhukov in response to a directEo rb
den shad a feeling that tension be question that subject and
teen the East and the Wes# also later In the conference
dens Classic i abating, although he ack- when commetnting on the WASHINGTON, April 27 (UP) the use of different X-ray WASHINGrON, April (UP)
Jnowledged that for e v er 10th anniversary of Allied vie- A Cuban radiologist pointed nation procedures familiar to r Ah r td sen
e l Joes good point supporting t hi tor in Europe over the Axis out today that early detection of the radiologist should be used sent Esehor todmy s
s af JUokyi feeling there can be balanced, which comes a few days hence. cancer is the best way to con- as the rallologists are guided by ongr e a new poor man tharm
E *tagaPnit it another wnfavor- trol it and hat if a better cure- the cynical symptoms ated rsamt opport to open5the
POSitionS able Ooint. In the last regard he said he rate for lung cancer Is to be bythepatientaswelladthe type low-income Main m
wished that in the Cold War achieved the radiologist m us t of lesion seen on the convention- farms. on ma
i'The post positions and jockeys He refused to ivulge what there could be a victory some- continue alert to those sigfl- a1 X-ray films, so that each of "In this wealfest of nations.
the ten horses competing was in the Zhukov correspond- thing like that in Europe ten cant X-ray signs as well as te the special diagnostic X-raypro- where per caplt income is the
$15,000 added, one mile and ence, implying that the marshal years ago which would make special radiologic procedures cedares may be used to their best highest In the world, more than
aVe-eights President's Classic had started it but he did not people feel as good as did that which help In the early detec- advantage. _ne-fourth of families w h o
abe run Sunday at Juan Franco flatly confirm this." victory. tion of the disease. "In the larger number of our one-ern-ftrm tilhwo
zq released by track handi- He only said that'4f someone "In the larger numberOf Our live on Amertean-farms still have
re released by track handi- He only said that omehne Dr. Laura Farins, of the rs- patients, the tumor wa ooted cash income of less than $1,000
pe tronllo Alonso early writes to him he pe hs He recalled his friendship with biological institute of Havana, In the main or major t a year," the President said in a
afternoon and are as fol- confidence to be ob rvd. f Zhukov at that time and seid read a paper on lung cancer at and It is among these special message to Congress.
He also said it would be for he felt then that Zhukov was the -11fth Interamerlean Con- that careful X-ray exaKiaG t on Key proposals included:
Marshal Zhukov to release any intensely devoted to good rela- greses o Radiology meeting here of the bronh ca ontribte to 1 Expand cooperative Federal-
i. Bradomin K. Flores 113 correstpon time the Presi- tons between the Ufited States t week. a high percentage of definite State agrlcuitural extension work
X ing's Prize L. Glraldo 126 dent said he supported fully and the Soviet Union. he X-ray picture presented diagoses. and adapt it to the needs of low.
aysqul j. ongora 103 Secretary of State John Foster He also oaid he thought it ngancer will va accord- m Bronchoeopt bminatopsytare income. ea th msIna dlo ant
D-on Cuto M. Yeaza 105 guarding talks with the Chinese try to advance at least one tp stem and major bronchi periph- diagnostic aids." least 50 fam:Ulies a year should be
Amro Ag e 110 Communists about a cease-fire more toward peace. erl to te center: the stage of given a complete farm produce.
Communists about cease-fire more toward peace. development the c a c e r has
al Ro. a. Sanchaz 113 Esenhower said he approved He did not say 8ec flcall reldn whether it has yet nea g guida wo nce service.
g nRoad A.Jaza 126 such talks ass t est of the Com- that this was the sbstance o /infiltrated neighboring Sdtruc- M e Civilians Di e
Atys F. Rodrignue 120 munlsts' good intent and they his correspondence with Zhu. nof eond- example to their neighbors. The
turednthetpsesencel0rurs;th p might be eecourag to sAve
Perlian Countess A. VaIs..110 could even Include. besd a kov but he left such an im- ar infection such a poeumo- b Al Secr n i a .
tf ceafire, such matters as peace plicatimo, nroney by buying a10 selling co
SRhymester, fifth in last generally and release of United nha, nd pulmonaor a e; and ". operativelyg s
.y's elimination race, took Etates flier-prisoners In Red hpreadng) or eloNStiOw ithstae -na io oA U uml, r o08
i place of Kiosko who qual- Ch!na, but which would nt, con- BALBOA TIDES other dises," Dr arn aid.Ow rp est ring.up rnealserca Iot
but ..was scratched this cern any of the affair. of the DAu APIL2t 1955 other diseases, Dr. Frnas said. _U per emafl faoms, u
butwas scratched this of the a of the THURSDAY, APRIL 28th1955 "I would stress the importance NEWPORT, R. I., April 27 farms tosty new bina
SNationalist Chinese who a r e High Low of familiarity with the funda- (UP)-Five civlians were killed e s.
m mli 8:15 o.m. 2:01 a.m. mental pulmonary disease o0 and five others injured yester- 3. Provide Inormatio on town
am s -a m -- -- 8:35 p.m. 2:32 p.m.liuwg cancer, and I believe that day In the explon which ad city job Iospects to farmers
t wrced a. saert torpedo-t ea t- in areas th.t should not be aro
0.60 0.30 h g building at the U. S. Naval pad. Tbi might be coupled vtl .
Base here. state action to bar farming in
Shows 320 -6 05 The blast In the NWay's under- some areas by zoning aws. Poor
S:50 water ordnance. station n t he land aow -in arms could be sold.
w, of the base s us tied d for firestry use.
ASN1 to brin new in.

Ni HTeani d DAY le. -1i& s t ren s heal a-
111011d tates, both of T hel_ d helsh in looting (
In TECHNICOLORI t Anthoy C. Zimo1athduwin tohea- a
Ia hbelr The story of for.Mas., and Johf t Lay- farm .
e Porter with those ander of Fall River, Mass. 5. Athoriz e the Farmers Home
C..ole Porter song sensa- t Hospitaleed with painful but Admiostration to dhake loans to a
..o anot critical Injuries were: airt.trime farmers. FHA should
n Fredn arprof Mi dde etn, also be given $30,000,000 or five
Quntn L. Murph of Newport en year loans to lo- me
and John R. Hinves, Victor Ou- mrmer;sand banks should be en.
elair and Antonio Bouchard, all goed to make more loans otf
4. ^of Fall River. W W @ te a
The bomb-like explos lon oc- 6. Encourage private farm s,
cured In a room called the basness and other leadernlp to
dynamo-meter room. Torp edo t1its In community development
The explosion, h e a r d nine "Alculture's human resouftes."
i miles away on the island of
Jnamestown In Narragasett gar W n
Day, worked. the reinforcedOu SW Wins
concrete building. It kno c k ed
fi.". SPECIAL Pdown a wall and tossed the flat m
roof several yards. LOGS VUUIJl a
A doe civilian employes, all
Underwater demolition experts,
were in the one-story buildingS kes By N ck
when the blast occurred. NRwMARj T, Eng., April a
NTY WOOLLEY About 15 windows were shat- (UP) The first of the seasons
.* tered. Three wooden doors were five clasic horse races saw Our
NNV SIMMSAI: :ripped frb their hinges. Other Babu o0)ed by David RObimnso
I SHE HAS AC RUST-Chipmunks.being one of the most tidd buildings were not damaged. and riddM bY Doug Smith re-
NE WYI and elusive of the forest creatures, Aksel Nohr, Prov. Utah, The ordnance station, c o mi- sm the Itench-Irissh challenge
photoWapher, was pretty well stymied in his attemptsto get a praised of several buildings, is op In a t _photoflnshl towll
closeup photo. But ingenuity paid off when he gott idea a Coddington Cove, a section of the o eas Stakes by &
RY ARTIN ,, .baiti.g his foot with a pleee of bread. Greed won over fear. The tlae sprawling naval station o0n neck her today.
litle elow approached ari Nor, holdinI camer at ara' an Island that includes sw an k Lord Porchester's Tamerlane,
W m m -I M litlefelowapp ed ohrs ~ cuaa *a Newport. ridden by Australian looke? Ak
u... m m m~appa ma mmtho -reas1ey, on whom moat

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