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The Panama American
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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00729
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among children inoculated with company'S methods of in its will check on distribution of the mcva sable e march ,- National Assembly deposed absentee Emperor Boo
be- vaccine to sake sure It is dsad irMich valuable jungle fit0on
It. So far, there is no real evi- vaccine for live polio ar be- acie to make ire t is div- t na u chief of state f fre uith Vietnam today.
thorities e0suspe c t that the to reporters as he left for Char- for the Arm, and pride The move was the latest in the showdown Str
rticken children w e r coming Thomas Green, asltt md- lotteville, Vs., where he Is o eAtrm ars i hin between Diem and the self-exiled Boo Dai for co
down with the disease beforeIcal director, said Ctterhasscheduled toaddressthe vern
thy received their shots. "exceeded in many ces the sity of Virginia student body. pos Vietnam and its victorious national army.
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S a crements of i l to Commard In brier ceremonies The future of both men and that of the
childes in Idaho, but the Idaho vaccine; in the number of test sure t line to those at the old ipnish Fort of $an young ntlion were at stake in the new battle for
ttte Health Department erm- Performed mid in thiWiL y inwhoned it mt. 1"I am in is- Jeronimo in Porto Bello, pra-s-
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bein exposed to ollo beIfore He s aid Cutter p d the o with IJob well done." He alo convey- for the moment, except for some isolated incident
their vaccinations. The depart- vaccine for 24 days. .*e days Presidtnt Eisenhower already e Ma). e o t p c-
meat also noted that polio minc- has given a go-head for a vol- U' aul t bac.Tarr he newly fmed general embly of d
doehas ben higher in the unitary ,allocation system. He ble to The new-formed general assembly of dem
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The p list. meeting Lul S dy e oppoe snesf Mdeacres et t revolutionary orces of the nation kicked out Boo aw
tehnra ls leader of the march.
here conferred today with tech-. I now for fear they would slow up Wa piend te a special meeting held in the Saigon city hall.
icalroentative of the Cu onidistribution But he added he Clttr to the Army amen-
tlal r ies of erkee Modoeraud no t hesitate to dany d a Rblbon. The other men While Diem won this round, he army chief of staff hitherto Loy.
ter Lorties of 'Berkeleypower nof gvern nt" needed to received the Army's official may have lost another. Gen.al to Diem, and they wnt
s la assu equable O tdribution. thanks in Certfcate of A Nguyen Van Vy, appointed by gether to Inform the prler
U.Eassu'' V In warning agatlrt any "col- chlevement, which become art Bao Dal to take over control of heir decision.
Sus*i-on" to fix prices on the vac- of their military records. the army from Diem, reached an Tiey reed that Vy soul b!0
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prices the e oor to t tomoveles dance yprce-f also led lat. r's "Operation of the military forces. Practical deffet this
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scientist's brain will not be nia tatead fPbl Health were hampered in their des- Gen. Lawt Collins, Prese foud along with that ofl
made public unless it Is decid- er al m in itht ct of the rr by borders ident snltows special oto th mll n
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strap on at Rio athe. Upwards of 1100tlantic ide, for to local health agencies nCal- be a four-foot fer-de-lance. of officers loyal to Diem. I is(ontined
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The Muil e n Is an open forum for reooders of The Panama Americen.
4pqfm Uare received statefully and ore handled in a wholly confidential
'yes centribue e letter don't be impatient if it dooen't eppeMA
.dt oy Letters ore published in the order received.
IPlease try to keep the letters limited to one page length.
' 4Jdeatlty of letter writers is held in strictest confidence.
is ewsepop saumna no responsibility for statements s opiNlOem
4 l in leten from readers.



S.people write complaining letters to the Mail Box about the
;crt of our Teenagers, yet do they attempt to solve the prob-
n some small way? Do they even support an attempt by
f bne else to solve it?
ae you been approached by a teenage Fastlich League ball-
to buy a ticket for one dollar to support a V.F.W. spon-
Teenet Team of Canal-Zone All-Stars to represent us at
t.e National Teener Tournament at Hershey, Pennsylvania?
Well, I was approached while talking to a friend of mine.
-iae 14-year-old boy salesman gave us the spiel and I bought my
ticket for p $1 donation. My friend said "What do I get foNtthis?"
-M-ben Informed that there wis no prize he said "Don't I even get
a chance on the lottery?" My friend didn't buy a ticket because
te didn't get a chance on a raffle!
When I contribute to my church I don't ask for a chance on
fth lpttery; when I give to the Community Chest I don't ask for
a xaffle: when I give to the Red Cross or the March of Dimes I
den' ask if I get a chance to win something.
i give. voluntarily because. know these organizations do good
worl, because my church and the Red Cross help others, because
orn if my whole contribution to the Community Chest were to
So for fireworks some wide-eyed youngster would say on the 4th
of July "Oooh, aren't they pretty"
Maybe Dr. Salk used some of my contributions to the March
Sof .mes over the past years in his successful research for p6lio
v atne. I feel proud because I help In whatever good these or-
sgations accomplish with my donations.
Zj bought my V.F.W. Teener League ticket for $1 for the same
reasonn because it will help a worthwhile cause, because my
- contributions to this youth program will help occupy the time of
a good many teenage baseball players during June, July, and
:Alustet and represents my support of something which benefits,
above all, the teenagers of our own community.
These boys selling tickets breathe, eat, and sleep this pro-
tIsi.t' they are working hard: they are not being vandals or
biaMg g around the pin-ball machines In the Clubhouse.
Sfthis program did nothing than that it would be well worth
inv dollar, yet it. does far more than that. Whether the Canal
-ne teener team wins or loses its very first game at the Na-
is unimportant extremely unimportant if, during
See summer months, the boys are occupied in a worth while
ram. and if also they are learning to be good losers and
-t unbragging winners.
I feel sorry for my friend who has to have a lottery ticket
.taffle chance before he believes he is getting something for
Money. As for me. I'll put my money on the younger genera-
.k any day. Contributor


God bless'the HSHaers' one and all. don't know what went
op at BantA Clara and I don't give a hoot. It's none of my busl-
fbut I do want to tell the kids that they certainly did just
idl atl the recent Music Festival. MV hat is off to MS.
-aid bhe rest of the BHSers. They're getting better every
'hear them. Just want them to know that every adult in
Isn't against them. They're a swell bunch of kids and I
they wouldn't even read the Mail Box for a few weeks
px their trips to Santa Clara after this.
-I of luck to you, Mr. Herr, and you have no idea how
e endeared yourself to the public In the short time you
with us. Not a ddy-Dud
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from Miami ask why our policemen are kept melt-
In such hot uniforms on days like this If a city like
S put liht, short-sleeved shirts on its cops, why does.a
cal place like this still Insist 6n the old-fashioned
c heavy, long-sleeved shirts and 'ties?
rt doesn't necessarily have to be made of the same
lal as the uniform trousers, does It, or have long
,,rtalnlv a lot easter to keep calm and courteous, If
o"fertable, than when you're miserably hot and grimly
.nVeryone else wearing comfortable clothes, let's give
~te a break maybe the next time you get caught in
ie ja., you'd be glad to have the officer In a good humor.
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State Department story on Ed-
ward J. Corsi-ousted by Setre-
trary of State John Foster Dul-
leas as his special assistant on
Immigration and refugee prob-
lems-is that he turned out to
be like a big prize bull released
in the State Department's ra-
ther brittle china shop.
A lot of people have been
bleeding over Mr. Coral's sudden
demise as a bureaucrat--includ-
ing Mr. Corsal. Well-lntentioAed,
warm-hearted, generous ana
likeable, Mr. Corsi thought
everybody in the world was his
friend and wasn't far wfong.
But Mr. Corsi was also Im-
pulsive and unpredictable. H e
couldn't be bothered with red
tape or regulations. And every
once in a while State Depart-
ment officers administering the
Retugee Relief program would
wake up with a start to discover
;ant Mr. Corsi nad gone way nuti
on the end of a limb to comment
Llhm to scme tuitlaitic scheme
Lain just couldn't be done uncd:
ihu law.

Mr. L;oni'e big idea to bring ove"
a thousand itailan cooks and
oakers in a sort of "Operation
Pizza Pie." Hi. got ail enthused
about tnat one. rie was going to
oring them ad over on one boat.
lte wouid have the boat arrive
la New York Harbor on the
fourth of July. He would have
tie boa. stAl up the Hudson Ri-
ver,' to kint.u n:ce park he had
mi mind, where they would all
debark and have a picnic. Mr.
Corsi would te vn hand to wel-
come them and make a spee.'h.
He was always making speech-
es. Up In Phliadlephia he made
a speech about some poor refugee
he had seen on his inspection
trip in Europe. He painted a
tearful word picture of this un-
(ortunate man. A number of
people in the audience came for-
word and wanted to sponsor his
admission to the Uni ed States
as a refugee immigrant.
The trouble was, Mr. Coral
couldn't remember the man's
name or what camp he had seen
him In. The State Department
tried to find him, but after a lot
of time-wasting in diligent ,
search, they gave up. By that
time all the Philadelphians who
had wanted to sponsor this un-
fortunate man gave up in dis-
partment of State gave Mr. Cor-
si a" written, n active that he
was taf ake no speeches and is-
sue no statements that had not
been given prior clearance. That
helped some. But by that time
Mr. Corst had upset the State
Department'.s prot0eol-polished
apple cart so often they decided
they'd better let him go.
What really got Mr. Corsi in
the end was his admission to a
high State Department. officer
that he wanted to rua for the
U.S. Senate Mfrom Mew York in
1956. Ne had apparently thought
he could use the -refugee job-to
bluld up a big foreign-born vote

Mr. Coral was In hot water al-
most from the first day he hit
Waskhngton. He had been get-
ting $. 0 a year a New York's
Commimuoner of labor and In-
migration under Gov. Thdmas E.
Dewey. He wantedthat much in
Washington. But the most he
could get under Civil Service
was $13.000 a year. Thy finally
stretched a point and made it
$13.700 but still wasn't enough to.
suit him.
SPACE aaslgn him. He worked
for a time qt back office of
Scctt McLeod, 'Security admin-
istrator who by law is given re-
spon&siolity for the refugee pro-
gram. That was the job Mr.
Corsial wanted-that and a free
hand. He wanted to open an of-
fice for himself in New York.
but the stooped him on that one.
His correspondence was vol-
uminous. But more than half of
it was personaf and social. In
one exchange of letters he got
all involved in a big surplus but-
ter deal, from which he had to
be extt;ated because that was
the business of Secretary of
Agriculture Ezra Taft Benson.
Mr. Corai would accept an In-
vitation to any meeting-for a
speech or to join anything.
That was what made his secu-
rity clearance so difficult. He
wasn't subversive in the least.
But out of pure good fellowship
he had attended and Joined a lot
of things, more discreet people
stayed out of.
The State Department was
going to reveal all this and a lot
more. Then .they decided to for-
et It. But as a lifLeng Repub.
can, Mr. Cord still can't un-
derstand why he's getting the
gate. He thinks be gota raw

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AMSTERDAM, Holland,-Your birds. There is no truth to t h e to gain his own weight in a hurry.
boy was stumbling around Schip- old legend about snakes and tigers That's to sa& you could double
ho Airport hare, trying to figure and elephants not getting along. your cargo load and make t he
out glme kind -of way to get it's all in the way you load them plane inoperable if you just start.
out.of it, wheru his sixth hunting ith the Jumbos getting aboard ed scattering corn to a full load
sense sense picked up a growl, first. r.f hungry baby chickens.
bbrki a chirp, a baa, and a meow A man anmed Harry de Winter, Monkeys, now, as a Mr. Tref-
or so,- and wound up, as usual. ,wh loont after a variety of things flich cm teE, you are always a
with the animals. Asa matter of for KLM, was telling me that he problem. KLM had one cargo bust
fact; I wound up in an animal ho- I ad invented a foolproof way of loose, somewhere in the Pacific
teL,. keeping elephants quiet on a i r- and the pilot felt a hand on the
TheaROYAL Dutch Airlines peo craft. iHe merely sticks a chicken controls. One of the libe-r a t e d
p ve got themselves a special on the elephant's heard. The chick- chimps had decided that he was
VaS6 department, ihto which a cn flops down. and winds up be, at least co-pilot, and maybe navi-
. tn ekae can. tumble. As tween the Jumbo's feet. The ele- gator as well
a ter'of tIet, space is so short phant -and this I know for true It's a pretty good business, this
In a t the moment that I -is sensitive about where he puts transporting of animals, because
t ero teo some sort of bis big feet and so when t h e it keeps life from being dull. Any'
bl b ygoat'to move over, chicken's on the deck, the el e-. body with eight tons of monkeys,
give him and go to rhant keeps his feet still. elephants an snakes on a. DC-
Dlu -.4.c k It makes s(.me sense, like car 6A is not flying a routine flight,
a- ryin fish in a plastic bag, and and the annnal hotel that KLM
4i t dQwn a plot o grassy ssod runs at Shi air conditioned
y, to keep th-e ransfeat.dogs from and ve(,Jjr-a net a boa
this getting overly nervous. When you ing place to e. -The stewards Ok
as- 1ar. b c se il want to walk the dog, you just the tghts ave to be chcked out
y too brooded to walk the dog. by vets and tile running report
S ition, and tha- bull And about snakes, Harry tell on the health of the animals is
ed th furnure,. nd me. The way a man'Ul knock staggering, because the local SP
a". 4niti situation ai"llU, himself out with nine Martinis be- CA keeps a peen eye. About the
6fre,-they 'ot him unloadSg fore he undertakes a long flight, Liggest event they had in th ani-
iThen theo atabte 'transprtng you use the same idea on snakes, mal hotel in recent years was a
tders and -, and elephants for Stuff 'em with food and they'll ;,rilla *ih pneumonia a Nbig
u oW s which are de- sleep the whole thing through and orilla. They called an MD to pop
po ed of im1als beauis of ever file a hiss with the man- him full of penicillin, and there
the wr. and tye' also started agement. is not space to tel you how you
hauling the Aga aIi.k ace hours You have a lot of trouble with get close enough to a big gorilla
es, and they haul anything now baby chicke'-i ar.d monkeys, too, to plug him full of cure-all.
except giraffes, 'fdt the obvious The idea is oot to feed the chicks It is really easier with canary
reason. A giraffe just can't fit for their first, 48 hours, because birds. Sometimes KLM car r ies
himself into an aircraft. they don't need it. But if you go 1,600 pounds of canaries a week,
The boss whose naqpe is Theo a little iongei such as a delay and that, as one man said, is a
Bontenbal, tells me the record load for wind or weather-the biddies belluva lot of cheep travel. I did-
was three baby elephants, a tiger, get hungry and a new-laid chick, n't like the gag, myself, and so
a passel of snakes and a lot of once you start to feed him, starts the goat and I went away.

A great surge ef applause sub
sides and the au4lence depart
- leaving the theatre tq twis
ed playbills' and the darn e s
Within a few hourS the decision
ed playbills and the dprkn e s
Within a few.hours the _ecslon
in dailies will generally detei
mine whether a shbw will exis
This is the theater's great ad
venture- the premier and it
consequences. Sumcess in infr
quent, occasionally IeplUcable
and always exciting. As thrill
as the thunderousv cUck.of Ten
nessee Williams' '"at on a He
Tin Roof." His career. howev
er, has not always been full o
boundless prospects. 'here wer
times when hope were denm
lished. Several yarsago, on
of his dramas p0tlaed before
it reached Broaiqy.... Som
times success has Wb1MMli 0
origins. Back m oW, Jerom
Kern expressed e t' t S (
Oscar Hammersteld t th
title of a New Edat no
el. As a result f KIer's e
chantment with a tile, hy col
laborated and pro A
sic: "Show Boat.- ,
The triumph of tala over n
buffs appeals to'st
And the happy bee
noursihed by
rlans. The truth it C tmO
that every field I i
eludes numerous 6
dowed with skill
the rewards the
or, is a un
folklore .
ery London
a script.
at the idea

e O --
... George Abbott was jobbless prisingly, Hart wrote the origi-
for 3 years before gaining his nal before his initial visit to Cel-
3- initial click. Tallulah Bankhead luloidia.
;s has noted that "The Little -Fox. Life is constantly underplaying
t- es" provided "me with more its dramatic aspects. Semingly
&. weeks of employment than all innocuous events fre q u entl y
s tht other fifteen plays in which have vital repercussions for the
s. I had appeared in my own coun- individuals Involved... S ome
s try combined." Lindsay and years ago a drama titled
r- Crouse discussed writing "Li f e "Young Woodley" was taboo'd
t With Father" for 2 years with- by London's censor. Inevitably,
1- out inscribing a single line bof the Inctient made news O ver
s dialog. They composed the dia- Here. Result: It was produced
a- log In 17 days. on Broadway and became John
. ---Van Druten's initial click.
g The aforementioned Mr. Ab. -
- bott's inaugural success was a Some scholars have contended
Dt show originally titled "Bright that an Irresistible power- often
. Lights." After being rejected by inexpressibly potent- is a ma&
Af such astute showmen as George jor factor in superior creative
e M. Cohan, Al Woods and Wil. efforts. Certainly an inner force
a- liam Brady, it was purchased helps shape and sustain artistic
e by Jed Harris... Jed called in products ... Nevertheless, mare
, Abbott to revise 'the script. Un. mundane factors are equally vi.
a- der its .new tag. "Broadway,".tal. Frixample, Rodgers and
i- Harris personally netted $1,500,- Hart once spent a prolonged pe,
e 000. riod in Hollywood- swimming ta
o honey. They were lavishly paid
S Moss .Hart has recorded the without receiving film Itassi
v. birth of' his first hit with the ments. One day, Rodgers was
n- proper attention to clinical de- startled by a colyuamist's Item:
1. tails as well as fatherly sympa- "Whatever became of Bodgera
s- thy and prte: "IT was while I and Hart?" The taunt goaded
sat in the gallery of the Broad. them into quitting MovvI 1ie.
hurst Theatre, drinking in a They returned to Broadw
v. performnas of 'Ju n e M o o n' a show-em.up mood. Shortly
L that he Idea of 'Once in a Life. thereafter, as direct re1 of
n time' jtMwt me- If that is the a colyumist's 6-words, Rodge
D. word a* s for-those creative and Hart parented the wgeds
a, occasions. 'ls a matter of fact, and music for a pair of as e4:
I- I startedl -first act that night "Jumbo" la "On Your Tes.
a- on a swit from the theatre -
p and th20 weeks later saw the What makes a hit? The seO
play fttrL I dimly realized whelming personal lure aisa
that at i liked in technique skill of a sar, estraSird l
Sit peru t adj up in freshness writing or stagingmagm
I of S and wtile I was expotauost-Jse are
r- not unhopeful of itts SUPler aa
Truly believe thi a
that *, -Warbasically written tw a me sni r oi .-
IL for of proenring rior
a satn Lor amaimMi
W wan V= like ve & spstolAg

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DREW PWA p W ..O See. WW the
Motors e Obir G emMe- loaned f&
e motbg netn advice e00o the
Inside iWan Wtrm's. bt rteo- m a000,I000.
latens man tames as fltters. a
t s Iunits of .
WASHINGTON. Not since This occurr
Jan. 11, has Setrtary Of Wson tSokt e e
Defense Wilgn lued a lit of the facts :e
the first 100 compel getting all facts whle
defense contract. sing involve
This was a practice followed The Awn
regularly in ths pat, but the General mtotrs.
last list .showef- Wilson's corn- lines for the
any, GeneralMotors, way out 51 at a profit
It front with 7per oeit of al They did this i
contracts. or 1per cent .
Since then, the likable, per- subsal the
sistent ex-Genera Motors head next OM su
has issued no lis, t shpugh urged other l ro
by subordinates .- o s so In- sub ...
stead, he ha aed n even While lagging i d in
tighter cen a p on his de- Sabre engine prod
Cpartment, which spends 70 er oral Motors executive
cent of the tapa"e' money. to et uses and bar
This is what concerns newspa- for themselves at 60st by
per editors, already Under at- atruction coMps- dot g -bus
ak by Harry Trun for not ness for the bovernmat -- u-
printing thetruth about the ber, Hunt and Nichol.Danel
Ike AdministratIon Babcock, chief ygineer fr OM's
General Meters Fvre Allison Divialon, ot a$ Q
Here is a cross-sedtlon f w home built for $15,0 ... t
which has been censor eitr B. McNell, a OM vice
during or shortly before Wll I's t an air-cond 1
regme: ltleld at tot- ,IS
and Chrysler, officialiLS. tteg o
1953,8 SFoSr c d- h mi
former producers ao the Patton built at coat... All. thei t
M-48 tank, were arbitrarily de;. were censored thou-t
dared out of produetibn with out and published this' f
General Motors continuing pro- umn Jan. 24, 1953.
duction... Studebaker, an inde-.. Brasa-Hat Waste Censoring
pendent company, was ordered news co sf dw Sththe views
to end construction of the 2.5- of n bralA though not
ton truck...Chrysler and Amer- aL. Many U trficer W m -
ican Locomotive were ordered to ny, f e -
stop production on the M-47 titled to kn ome
tank. exceptions: g. el
In contrast, the M-41 tank who sent a special plane from
was continued at full speed at Ecuador to anamat et h
OM's Cadillac plant... General dinner jacket. Cost of the plane
Motors was ordered to take over trip-$4oo...Army offlceps who
antiaircraft g un production, signed a contract to buycombat
cutting out American Car and boots for $2465 each whereas
Foundry...All these orders, di- the marine combat 'oot
rect from the Pentagon, were identical-costs $14 80
censored... Man .ehind Wilson 1refs
The -Defense Departmert is chief who w rass In Wilon's
required by law to subm it ear on,-ccnsorip la fluttering
contracts to competitive bid- Clarence Herscel Schooley w
ding. This is done in only 9 per prior to "the great cruspale,
cer. of the contracts. The aw was fervent in is endoretent
is shockingly disobeyed, with the of New Dealism and a fluent
result that big business gets the back-row member of the owds
contracts. News regarding this welcoming Harry Truman bavk
is censored. from whistle-stopping...
General Motors Waste-GM All this changed with IkC's
Fisher Body division was given election. Schocoey turned -up at
a contract to make 757 vertical the Republican National Co-
turret lathes at a cost of $90,600 mittee with scrapbooks, to Prove
per lathe, though it had no ex- that: "I am a Republican and' I
perience in this field and though can prove It." ends gotthe
the Bullard Co. Bridgeport. impression tha he expected- j
Conn., an experienced Brm, become an assistant: secretary of
tharged only $3 ,0...The con-defense...
tract went to Qeneral Motors on Lke Ike, he oined the Na-
S. tiornal V bir urch,
"W t pay?,- ; even the i parti-
r d t e cularly convenient, because
claimed% ee iA Sch oo l Ra Von-
I'd just as.nouthink of endora- t ilStaoier v "
Ing the Twenty-Third Pam, ture. Upa te'mnrreat Cru-
ade, a meMenoe, m g r adL ated
The colyum once noted the every mornte th .
propitious .cehumtanoea t_4 at Not fr the t a .ss43dn
made possible the fabulous "Fol- a mere Nabte
all" ... Anna Held suggested a over the d 1.'e n-
-Parislan style revue to Ziegfeld. *ally ke. te secretary iform-
Harry B. Smith (hired& to-cript ed and-son became.director of
the show) once wrote a colyum public information.
called "Follies of the Year" and scheeleyi -Democrats .Were
decided to use that as the title, either too dmb or oo tolerant
Zlt was superstitious, howev. to do anyth abi it- buatthe
or. The other shows Smith had supposed New Dealer th kept
authored for him had 13 letters in the Defense Department,
In the title. Hersce Schooley, once ra as -a
So it was called 'T70ol of Republican against. C6gre an
Clarence Cannon, Democrat. of
10" __ i Missourl...
Clearly, success or failure in Not so tolerant is Schqoley.
the. theatre cannot be estimated He tried to oust Lee Hargus who
with any degree of scientific ac- once used the name of Ben Carl
curacy. Countless factors c o n- Haden, Artsona DetoraL I a
found the shrewdest showmen c haracter reerence-d the
-or critics... Such notable clicks backing of Ldon Jon ,
as "he oGreen Pasture" and Democratic leader, tO helphis
"Sreet Scene" were spurned by iaval career..
numerous producers. The f r e ak Schooley spreads himself all
click of "Able's Irish oae" de- over the may. omr In B ing-
fled logic. Then there's "Hell- ham, Ill., he belongs to the
zapoppin." It was greeted with Texas State Society bedaue he
obituary notices. But one colyu- once worked In Abilene, is also
mists enthusiasm he lped It active in the Missouri Alumni
groeu $7 million in 5 years. Association and brags that his
mother's Newburgh,. ..Y., h6me
Premieres are dominated by "was long time revolutionary
hope and ambition as well as headluarters of General George
the nervous excitement motivat. Was gton."...
ed by tear. They may be social It's a chummy world for
veit for audiences and re- BSchooley, people ed y "reo,"
present professional obligations 'Charle and Shen.... tAs
for reviewers- but for the artists ison, h etaon newsmen wl
Involved-, the are often deep tell you: "Give Heraeh a question
and lofts personal exp e. requiring him to call topside.
there Is John Drew's oft-quoted v e .sso loSf at casS
consolatims: "If you letv the through all office wa and in
theatre, fallUre wl not stops few aUtleayou atlIass
you. If you don't- macreas wl as much 'e do. We apyar
never satisfy ye." had It so good."

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Senate Group Votes To Scrap
m .. I 1947 Bukk Speci 4-dor...

Ike- s therisbed Highway Plan

e u> ,nu,- mnW L n Lsm n iinlBr mFP .* w l.

e*e ama WW in" n idi.. a.- *-em ed-e. nd -vm rwu ENIs5 a W- C WASHINGTON, April 30 (UP)-s taUlment' Gore told reporters. 3MUU I NUflIU I CU
...iLhe e .ta , rACng r m A bsenae subtoni.im ee vote to- "The committee envisages adl-| ..
Ca&UCpTaiaflMn /' Ir rmi Amo Mast M by .RSn usy to scrap President Eisaen- tional installments which it hopes 16th St. Central Ave.
i.sma u,.s drms -si li81.-Ml1ha eaglip ,, 5 h muis h. il ef sl ,1i ORT A ;iower s cherasned uiaway pro- will bring all categories of high-
Lllimgs o usp 0 UMW to .". D1M&IsMois Suvin w:0oranp M -..g....... gram in favor of a five-year *21,- ways an roods to adequate stan- TEL. 800 COLON, R. P.
"ow ....@........... .0:00 TEL. 80.- o
V.6-ay metw,. W @ns .W s. "cag @rndm fiArh 1aYTON 0U,Uoo,Uo road buildmig plan. dards."
weqI'mn, :oani-I.......... 10:11 also provide. for increasing fed, out their pait of the financing.
odd ad hleas eked at-m aO TaiS (Bundpra mi... 9:3: eral gauoaine taxes from two to Gore said some had Informed the
Un-Garim o- .An.s4tw* aa y._. ... ::::: 2::::0: .a....c eLpruram. Te levy DOW have dffculty *ile oth ers said
-. .orO ay . ..... :, ,,el out 1,200,0uu year. flatw they couldn't raise the mon-
U asta RK I The senators icrHappped the ties e expressed hope the latter
Crah li Episoo l .......i.....-."e:::: 3 is proposal unuer wninch the es would find a way.
Sa. eaw S ai aYouth roup ......... :4 i an : highway program wou1s:d have The pending bill s only an au-
i. AM rf.MAW10an-ti. a m .s. an a 3 u ea. n TA'n w .... T .. .iit 7:~0 been mancan in part by issug thorization m measure. Congre ss
NSaw t M S.. 0: o20 billion dohars in government- would have to as separate leg
.8u1n ....,. .... Mauness' h1ft ift" Tle.";sa Mo .",l ha t 9 srR-_L. -
Sa M s* am. ..I guarante 'DOnas outside e led- isolation proved the actual
a1 oaM Ba o. 15th HlEADQUnAR CIP ZL oral debt. money. h

aAte Cu S p.. Sd nday ..................... .... s0 Ahe President's overall p r o t Gore had predicted in advance
S:i D W F Cm U1oU H C o ma uione (Ho Sauns om cid led 101 billion dod ars that the bPreside not's an woul
1. au. Wwhat Friday:o The approed measure was 3 a:0laByrd (D-Va. had) D o H C o (H )o -E
e H al : 'r :s ps. t : ol C mmunop aa ...... on on the first unday in the i: new roads over tA e next 10 be defeated. It was bitterly at-
l mo pw.N. aCv Uo S i FO T o B ""'"""" yearsnn. ) htaes and localgov the high- tacked by some senators a n d
WWa..._gee S.. Pas.Wra. FORT AAOR ,nents would have built U4 billion sharply challenged by Comptrol- Ai
H hto nndi ub "I m. n a C Deal ym-a .................... 7:30 u6a1's bwort of them wit n 0 u t ler General Joseh Campbell. He
ommunionday .............. 9:0 eral aid. r al d the bond faneingp

"a as e s:aI toa ""a Molg Prapr u Aaoor AB roB d vantage of every occasion to plu about $1200 000,000. The states I

nifs w se.rnd gf a a_ b) Stu d gaas .. .. 7oo fr Is p. would hno 000
s Sunda., S. ..........ma.. 10 -3

CH.RCH 3 uTn- d Sundar Mea" n ............... 12...... p. o a T e y as uenae an d ouer oe cth a g thre woals ap t
Ya M: ;sA w a ndFOTTa-r 1 l.Com Ulo-m.nb......... 81-0 M. ... ... 0 S en chairman of the high- evade the public c debt limit.
Cnessisteo st's. T rds Skeet. New C t Daily................ ... 6:30 ways subcommittee which co0n- Under Gores bill, the govern-
1ama to 8:00pam. T hniraarsisy a t oT eRev. M ilton k Co h Pastturdy -k er ..... ......... 8.. .00
o p a mfrd H ar t D ev ot _e on, M:l7tep aaon l ri a. Sunday Mass .. ......... ...1 a.d 00 ioered the Presioent's proposal. tent's share of the proposed newa
Li am" Si Her DwSchool........... m.0 m9; a. p('9n):00T

ISO pa ca teps Clam : :' to ea:4e pa B n ALROO m OC B he f executive had taken aL highway consre tion would be
.......... : Ma. Ptrdays.aid ..lD.I1e Clm. w-Morning Pray1 0 ALROOKy Am .ORC BASZ vantage of every occasion to plug about $13,o00 00,0,00. The states q i

S.. u Saturday Ma .................. 7 p. ore t cn go to the Whe Houe one c tribt b e a for whenyourech romtheendofth...ow
S DLmr Pra or d *Gore was confident the Senate this part ot the program. .
Smis a.. billion dollars would keep showing you ow much space i lea yu
yyMa t ... HCommuni on FORT DAVI 0 a.ful Snate Public Works Com- fo e oer rmar eo- te end. oe in and tr it our

ova vti~ claus o uniiona o maa .-o. ........ Mornde wMahm a ..........7.45 11:45 week. a oate contributions dollar-for-dol-10
.g pja.m-"" ve, hahrl, Arch o cocoa SoO NAVAL sTATION .,his is thI first Nive year in.wlar. Forest and park roads were,
SAe. .w ona N a SRehear .r.......r.. glud0 pam r 81 million do
P Iata0 8. 6:4 ...A...e. Saurdy . 0 tee for action U IfIt is approved speed super interstate highways. -'
a' P.ICWOd OALEROOK AM TORCE DASE there, it still must be approved Tefederal ,ovement w o u I d .. :

Ailh RcC l t on S: Thu say ha. d, A. dw Sat urd ......... ... ...... pm 10:30 fu.l .nate and- House be- put up three doll oram woevery E EW uld Oa w

S& GAMBOA l a prove the legislation. He AnoLh|r| billion dollars
NaintS00and$ a1 MrundaygP In Moy and thm to a11 eam n Pbi W

ly y M at e .m e u nt Sday). FORT DAVIS 1:0 id e full Publc Works Com- o tr ar., sec- then meln nd tryilty'el f P
a a.s a.. ea air n Payr. l p .m. mnin Worp......... nittee will act on it next Thurs-. ry and urban roads with the
d Su0 yda o N to 4 and S eday pr 6 mALFORTGULICK .day and the Senate theTfollowin federal governmental t ch i g lag earner th ev before nd l o

.... OAo t s fat C r ray a Sunday School ................ ay oter.. i CO
SarrU te im l am r N m o ; rsiM-ly sSundayoScht ... ool p. o ..' ........O .. iown for 81 million dollars. il

*U s Ad. oni ConvertuI r lS *: los m Thursda. I ( t e l I f&t Tu Fiday ..Church Time NurseryE ... a o....... 10:30Th r d prora
Cns..L pm. ama: 5 en pa CAMhOAet underway July 1, 1953, when 1111iA -0
,s soa .,AP -- OB LAALrn rerSL Simon's Church octhotell
WU iPoUne n ::7 cutr T etRed.Ja hnSp.-Pin i ma S NDAYS e F ORTDAVSstruetion aid program ends. The L i.
h onem a 1 t Sunday M iasn :8:00 and 80Sp.m. hidr Sr tSur 3r Snday Ma ......... r..... 9"30 10:0 am now I running about

a isms Wa gedy s 7:0 pm. I .rly Dy mom: A=t and Th AMPja aol y api 0. mPr.... 7o p ml
aO.A., R.A( ittans uida bthe M ammaesarelPa er lht and Sr.. FORT GU ICK A year
:..:. s*** ........ 0 p .m. p an 3 t.non 1:0 0m. S day Ma r ..... Min 11:0
Union Cofanmd a : Sridy m:)00and Hoy Conmunlan ':A a. C SOLO NAVAL STATION .
EsieS-....... Ft o. .essionsSaMerday Novena ao nd and m da 4th Sundays .. 1020 m:. DFily MaR .......... 7:00 a-

Sy 0p.m. 0,. -. p PJa a in o p m ......... ..... .
C on.Senrto : .. .Tur d ef o d ar Sai N d a Shoor......... 3 0 m. n ,M a ttal ......d.. ... 0.

S* ra a u- mn-1nr ed Semo 7..:Y A MIL.. .ION m COSHIN8 O
r .. C MR ,C : Hro.I a. l y.d- i u n. i o ....... 5a Su nday M wm i ........... 70 i

Mar ga.ta Avenue.it... Se uda, Ms::0a Wom aV- Alia ,nd and dM Bo RdB.nd Pri aWs b Ca
oa w Holy Day Mama: 8:00 mta (It It fade ,h ucrayras... .......z0 o p m

Un r: Saatuda Fia oton tayi al0 and BOeCA CHURCH 0 TndBArmn 7:AR0p. span
t t"nns- U 60pT.m. Ctoelr ..: 3 to LS a D a bo 58 non CR -- Balboa

e mnuW ai CS. an. pon Hoal unari t Wnd am Bn Sunday ShootC ......... 9:45 amL ubig e
FDeW bo.m u .70 pm i t JO BAPTIST LA Sl II MornIdn Prayer tnd Church a Shol Morninte Chur che ......s... 1 a"n rm
ri & TeAvhern eSnda Ma : L an 0 a.m. Cl Sm. T vth S oerv hIe 65 s s P n do M. rO ........... I. ,. : .m.n
mWedneadayr 'r..on p.m. SHolyDay Ham: 6 e:0 Ma n t T.la(. e-A . cha.. a. ru10 NlneMa z g Srite....... 7:20 p.m. manged yee
7:v.0Wpa. .Wee Days ::3a mon.) CO ini.. a-ni. r f iTtB CUSeIc 'RC o do u cantrat Avenue
Su ,1 .amltc and Set W t Friday mama: hoi0 aCs 3:0 to 110 p.m. HoLy Pelv.. e ar Maanedr pnm
...:A .19 T he&RN T A B A T S CoH U RruC I h. MinH r H A. hodI I n w e. to reiu R m 7 pd C r C

amp A & ua ni.ol Day Mam : i:0 0. 1 C0 o hiu ag a Land. e mn 7 p Dae Sol ......... am i rid S Eat s.
m y S oo .........s.. I2S u PMN:M00n S ray P ae eol Ou SoToo A vn uteI ........... 3 0 &- oe o o- 1 0 S

aa dSTuedas.......*^ '71aSTJ N PTISTca LA'Pnaa S Lu eawic l d a............ BY A54 Mle SI BLOW usd,
m .W es. *0m Sndy Mamlon: 3 :to4 and 1:30 am. '4." C h'rsiS 0 as. n Servicev ...... M ... 0. ns

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Cat A.a h c elf Senday Med Noe .datmays : 730.6 0 P 0.m 0 u os Me Cuann m.rcshowl be aul l mCu ra a

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HoyI Dad. M .ay.. PnlWethnday V5 Sun-Hol C00 3-a NlCYO NO MA. ES I I
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convertC l asas: *Saursday 4 Tour00 dandaBm eANigsaisu n tea Civ.folof L
IS aonsf7:0i 1:00Spa AtrH RAaryeach eve- S Ind Std B aBl.P a ChaPe

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No.Ih soL.Hoy Day y oe.1o n a nday u ad T :h e M v3LSqJ Shiirey n Seu ndCay Soo l..Prie sthood vepr n
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school Teachers Pay Boost

TALLAHASSEE, April 30 (UP) la provision could be enforced
t.-The Florida zen a ze voted because many of the smaller
School teachers a $200 ann .ea 1 counties could not raise the sup-
pay raise yesterday and tacked plemental funds that would be
'ey an amendment to make sure necessary to guarantee every
most of them will get it. 'teacher a $200 raise above his
The pay raip.bill, which now present pay.
goes to the House where an i-
dentlcal measure already Is on The Senate also voted down
the calendar, also includes a an amendment by Bens. Ran.
,$ a per unit increase In the dolph Hodges of Cedar Key and
state's allocation for school in-'Graham Black of Jasper that
.$tructional supplies. would have required every coun-
The two Increases will add an- ty to give its teachers a S550
'other 13 million dollars per blen. raise over and above the sala.
-2dum to the state's contribution ry they were drawing in 1952-.
to the public school system over 53.
and above the additional 30 mil
lion dollars that will be voted. All of the debate came on the
later to take care of nor mal proposal to add another $50 to
'growth in school population in the $200 amount provided in the
the next two years. bill offered by Senate Educatiom,
The $200 salary Increase, re- and Appropriations committees.
Scommedded by Gov. LeRoy Col- -
Ilia was approved 34-0 after an
Attempt to run it up to $20 was '
n.Jected 7-31. The Senate de
heated by an even larger mar-
in an amendment that would
have increased the amount for
Instructional supplies by $104.
The $250 and $104 increo a's es
were recommended by the Flo.
rida Education Assn. But op-
ponents said the amounts final-
y approved were "all the tax.-
payers can afford."

Unanimous approval was giv-
Sen to an amendment by Sen.
Woodrow Melvin of Milton that
would require counties to use
4 all of the $200 Increase to raise
teacher salaries above the' a-
mount they are now receive ing
irom state funds.
Melvin and others recalled
that some of the counties, in-
eluding populous Duval, did not
give their teachers the benefit
of the full $850 pay raise voted.
by the 1963 Legislature. Duval,
applied the state increase to
teacher salaries but nullified It
I by withdrawing an identi cal
sum which the county was con-.
tributing to teacher pay.
The Senate rejected over-
wbelmingly an amendment by
SBen. Fletcher Morgan of Jack.
sonville to require the counties
to give every teacher a $200
raise over his present salary,
regardless of whether some of
'it comes from supplemental
county funds.
Bens. R. B. Gautier of Miami
.d Russell Morrow of Lake
(Wsrth laid they doubted such

toonists may not like it, but
jam-smeared faces on small
boys may be going out of style.
Gregory Nash shows how emy
it is to get the Jelly on the bread
instead of his cheeks. Jelly in
metal tubes like this made a
big hit at the National Pack-
aging Show in Chicago.

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Sailings: EvBery Fifteen Days for:
Houston and New Orleans
Sallings: Every Ten 'Days for:
New York.- Philadelphia Baltimore
(Gulf Vessels all at VERACRUS and TAMPICO
(MEXICO) every sdi weeks)

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Masa le Bslldnl, Critobal, C. Z.
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Royal Mall Lines Lid.
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S.8. "WOKINGHAM" ............................. May 14
M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO" (lQtA Tons) .....June 2
S.S. "HAZELMOOR" ............ ...............May 2
M.V. "SALAMANCA" ............. ..............May 4

M.V. "DALERDYK" ................................May 1
8.8. "LOCH AVON" ................................May S
S.S. "DITIVENDYW ................................April 3S
B.8. "LOCH GOWAN" .............................May 3

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*S.. "YAQUE" .... .................... .........May 7
8.. "AGGERSBORG" ........................... May 10
*S.S. "MORAZAN" ...........................May 14
S8.. "HIBUERAS" ........... .......................May 21
L. CARL" .................................. May 23
.8. "FIADOR KNOT" ............ ............ May 25
S.S. YAQUE ...............................May 29
*S.B. *MORAZAN" .............................;June 4
'Handing Retrigerated Chilled and General Cargo
New Vork Service Arrives
S.S. "METAPAN" .................................May 2
S.8. "HERRDIA" ..................................,May 9
S.S. "MABELLA" .................................May 14
S.S. 'TABI ItNA" ..............................May 16
S.S. "RA BEMLANGA" ...........................May 23
S.S. "MA RTAA .................................May 230
B.S.. SAN JTAO" ........... ..................JneMay
S.S. M.N Jone" ........... .................. June. 6

Weekly sailings of tweli passeger ships to New
York, New Orleans, L A'es, San Francisco
,-. -- uanud l e.

Special 'Wound trip fariffrom Ci sltobal toNew
York, Los Angeles, S4zi Francisco aid Se.dtle.
To New York ....... .............$240.00
To Los Angeles and-iSai Francisco .....$270.00
To Seattle ........ ............ .$365.00




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IFirst VO bPni.Range Rad-io Aid

Instalied iraniff In S. America
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-"- DALLAS, Te., AprlU .- The beacon gives the pilot only a
S. first very-hlghi-treqi y VOR relative position compared with
*a p A owmur agIIA ai r an Illt Ia hr of -* exact
navigaon -. t rica tracks furnished y the new
u 1 fh tad i In-VOR.
S"_At .. .". at1 S' A. the The new,. aols unit installed
Rm COlu Radio at' La sz. Bo- also increases the number of
"Ilvi la, ighest c&meEfl air- possible approach directions in-
port in the world... ,to the 13,04-foot airport and 1i
i, s ii us P The alUdirectional stat 1 on especially In mountainous oper-
wept 9n tUe air .Wednesday for auon as it Is not affected by e-
ther sarlinr'r flights a oh Bo. electrical, diturbances or atmos-
livia between Lima, Peru, and pheric c editions.
Buenos Alres, Argesfta, It.will Actual operation of the range
also be used for n y ational culminated more than six
Ili m Ue, tw 8nips a 4 purposes on the non a hed. months of preparation in g e I-
n as between Para nd i. ting matersa from the United
W.,- "a '. Instgalatlon of t lsmt om- to Bolivia. The radio equipment
lma B --:rengoan eut the.It. Amll*rican was flow In, while the heavy
_.. ..'i?. s.o..* S_,,, r? continent is particularly gnif,- building to house the equipment
yS *- *..'. .cant because of thea dtio n a I was shipped to Arica, Chi e,
-- help.it furnishes for navigation and then sent by rail for a long
Scrges the Andes and -ti. direc- and circuitous mountain -trip to
Orhid Seoeety tional "beaming" It pfeMes in- La Paz.
To Canal ise Orchabid Wety to La Pam which is coatedd in A network of VOR static on s
wil hold Its regular aeeng the heart. of the mountain has been in operation' In ;he U-
Tuesday, May 31, 7:30R at range. united States for the last several
the PSw on L Be .... e station ,tran S signals years and there are a few ins-
|A feaue of the ll- in all directions an&iglve the tallations n Europe. This first
be' a report on the aecent ll pilot his exact r by ra- South American VQR unit will
trip to the Darien coutfl. diAl linei-opoUtiun naormatlon supplement Braniff 's prels en t
S.--- .-or "tracks" fl a sh e d out. By system of radio stations and
NM oin lla OfG T.. merely "tuning In" to the navigational aids in Ecua,d o r,
The OMtr g g t range, he knows precisely what Peru, Bolivia, Paraguay and
Cqthedral of t. ~l tWill meet heading to take to stay on track Brazil for its Inter national
on Friday. May 8 t 9:00 aL. to the station. The older type of flights.
at the A.o me of Mrs. . 1
Mrs. A. H. Gooden will be ;Bi 1)-194 PlsemtChen e I
hostes at a meeting of the I. TIc TOTAL PQPULATION 75,064M,1I
Morning Guild of the Cathedral | Uvm ;iI
at 9:00 a.m. | !-

Newcomers' Board
The Executive Board of the
Newcomers' Club will meet at
the home of Louise Sugpr at
9:60 a.m. Tuesday May 3rd,
All board members are urged
to be present
"UAAM It hria1

I ela Wdias Manties Roberto Edgardo. R g MVg
o To er Aikr Pads Name
10%bVU in 01out" Chapel of Carmell w A- On The e
tta s bS ef Mr andO rs.. rold. O ,lhe Lef We
Wt .. B tler towo Penmn., a graduate
tf a O WeAhm] a neow a ptefant of Cornell -niver- Because he was continue lly
being mistaken for Hugh Her-
e" w l l o of Mr. n a Mrs. James E. Healey Jr. of Golf bert, the "woo-woo" comedy a n
u w p.enof porteaouth Priory High Schooil and with the fluttery hands, the au-
101.-p io llllUntenalty thor of "The Moon Is Blue."
t o oon. ride and groom will take up the coipedy success which the
.n.l faistMr. 1Heler M s his studied Theatre Gulld Il prese n t at
S. li.tith eale t0amily here d s Christ- their Playhouse, M- 9 through
'. beh n14, long ago deid to "part#
.- 'aca l a .--. his name on the left side. and
S, l- .. be .e.. ..i honor of th. become T. Hugh Herbert. (The
tsie VbIS fi'' honro te 7. stands. for Frederick.).
v.. .q henon Chef, e
S e#- eptn h .Before he iade. thL ange,
-i.a l 'an l ld with the.comnUrai
Ck"a -*tt a asnIJaI9Q0 _-chiefly fmn0 olq wofiWeM-

7 h Motel u ~ hunrteus approached4._
w pas set -
_Att, ". -.Iaasy$ Miss Dorothy reman, pro- Aside from having the Ate
KStat ? SeMS d ri y, 'grim chairman has arranged name, both men have no ofe
Mrs. tCCoi Mr&. an htetesting musicalI po- resemblance. The author, a for-
Mrs.e& Mrs. Anp, e Krkl i gran Mrs Jane Heffner, wife ,nr British citizen, is baldi n g
Woodru -ia n of Cmdr 0 C Heffner, ofRod- d wears a thin must ace
1 S'Ma'un. man, canal zone will present while bis namesake, the maleIe
S Mu-several light classical selec- Za.u Pitts, is a native Ameri-
,r,. **P apoapaled- by tons..Mrs. leffner has appear- can with a cherubic faqe and
W b..WOd, D r. 1 rs Inn Ius.cal com y on Brolad an air of absentilndedness. ft
rbn ard her d t. r, a and hasdone concert work they ntave any cho on round,
-,'y-- ea ..b u;hCreentv usI Washn C. int d the thher acts It.
ui. ~ e ,t a at. touex Ri ervratons may be m a d e
Set he th Mrs. C. 3Browne. 2.3072, Their mutual cse of mistak-
b to ewa os. Mist, 2-3.04, Mrs en Identity has had one happy
t eK.'nS.;-eo--_" Hrr d"."2"73_, andMrs. R resaultb-oth hbe become good
,o irJne3. 4ree." J Gefrhardt, Pa.ma 3.3432 friends and have been for
Sr'Nt'Sirttn an years. Alough some slight an-
V -clerso Tbt@'Wb- ta 9 Ce nloyaMef-tlearise over the I r
a"forrMn'Acvties gay name, the paywti Herbe r t
C .. Nor .L MN r. Jan Beaudry will Conti Is rarely b nuedbyit. "It can
,. ,. cue her art classes at the Dal- be the wost nuisance at
r.MC. --boa YMCA-USO every monday times." he says, "but I d o n't
A4'-V .fltee h d red an rnureday morning at tat0 a.m laugh and I'm realty fond of
,wS.u high Solhl students Nw students are lnviled to laughter."
ethe n1or at end te lasses.I
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9:30-BIBLE SCHOOL (for all ages)
(Series on BOok of Hebrews)
(A Prophetic Message)
Nurseries Provided e.-Broadcast-HOXO, 760 Ko.


Institution Guaranteed by the State
Pays 2% Interest AnuaHly on Savings Accounts

We make loans with guarantees on first mortgage
or other ourites.,
25c. Sc. $1OO and$5.00


deposits are accepted thru a period
of 48 weeks.
Imfvual safety dpft:boxes, for jewelry and
documents, in 4 different sizes.

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The Mango' Tree Trick is com-
mon among the. Indis Juiggles
who cMule a mango tree to ap-
pear spring up and bear. fruit
within an hour or two. We think
bur trick with manages just aboat
tops theirs because it is done In
much less time and never falls
to impress an audience, whether
It be special guests or family.
It lS embarrassingly apple.
Place a generous spop of
rich vanilla le creaO In your
beat sherbet eup. Spread seg-
ments of ripe mango star-like
fa hion over the lee sream
There may be variations on
thUs theme but really there is
somethln so special about the
wy vanilla fee eream and
manages have a affinity for
each ether that It a shame
to break up the simple ro-


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Peru Aveaui Tel. 2-13 .
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Agencies Internal. do Publicaciones
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FOR SALE: Electric ronoe.
Westinghouse, excellent cpndi-
tion. new heotine elements. May
be semn at Qtrs. 54-A. Albrook.
Phone 4243.

FOR SALE:-Dinette set with 4
chin. 15 Viention blind for
new type cottage. Neom 6260
Lee Ries.
-0 RSALE:-6.E. 9 ft. 2-door
refrigerator, $200.00; Ajox 60
cycle wasbing maenln, $40,00;
walnut dicing table end 4 ehailrn.
$20.00; n etal sideboard.
$9.00; 2 0. cycle fans, $6.00
* $10.00; HalIUcrefqr. 577-A
Ac Dc. Radio. $60.00. 2053-D.
Curundu, PhLone 1-7186.
FOR SALE:-Small washing ma-
chines "Whirlpool" end "Mae-
ter Grande" formerly $95.00
end $50.00. now $60.00 and
$30.00. Hlmen, S.A. Vie pe- .
Ke No. I.
FOR SALE-Ges driven portable
battery charger. Iriga Strat-
teon engine 12 velts, 40 amps.
honoreter mounted oe fa r whee
weage. Con be uused aselectri
light plant. Seen et hIuse 1524,
Apt. K. Govilen Ate..

FOR SALE:-Waestlingbms re-
frigsester and 1 Nerge porce-
lain refrigerator, both 25 cycle.
5341-D Devis St.. Diable. C.
Z. 2.3505.

FOR SALE: Used "lendix"
ato estilc washing emechine in
very .eod condition. $75.00.
tiolman. .A., Via hlspit No.
FOR SALE:-Apex fordeomatic
60 cy. ironer, new cond. cost,
$275.00. ell $125.00. Eight
roll d"wp wood ift perch shades
96 I. now oeonitlon, $7.00
epioco. One red oeaesioiel chair
with slip cerier. $10.00. Bel-

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FOR SALE:-1950 Dodge Pow-
er Wogon, I ten pick-up truck,
low mileage, only used 2 years,
with almost new rebullt engine.
winch, and have excellent mud
grip tires. Leaving, for quick
slIe, $950.00. New Panama
price, $4089.00. 524-A, Cu-
rundu Heights. Tel. 83-3185.
FOR SALE:-1947 Studebaker
4-deeor. Radio, overdrive, new
point, battery. Cheap. Phone 2-
NEED o Caer
Call H. Pretty,
Automobile sales, all makes,
new ond used corps. Automobile
Insurance. 6007 Front St. Phone
1604. Box 748, Colon.
1955 Lincoln 4-door Sedan,
1,000 miles. car new, only
I3600.00. trade i accepole
udebeker 2-door Soden, new
upholstery, tire like new, only
$725.00. p
Fastest car in Pename-1953j
Jaguar XK120, ,fixed head
Coupe, engine peeks at 5.600
1953 Cadillas Coupe Deville,
12.000 miles, car like new,
trade la accepted.

* FOR SALE:-1950 Buick. Ex-
eellent condition. Rodio, heater,
new tires. new upholstery $700.
Navy 368811 after 5:00 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1952 Ford, 4-
Sdoor, 6 cylinder, Fordomutlc.
.27,000 miles. Qtrs. 362.4, Fort
Clayton. Phone 87-5228.
FOR SALE:- 1992 Chevrolet
4-door Deluxe, excellent cendi-
tion. Margerite Phone 3-1150.
FOR SALE' .-. i948 Lincoln
Coupe. a wed codltemii t ber-
ain price. Phoqnr.-1116, Pan-
omei City.
,FOR SALE -Lg-F'mli spif
car, perfect .l t itd. BlrgdIn
et $1600.00: Mkllvelm 2211-

0 0M4el-A Ford. .RsotdSo
Sm.ii. Perfect nld nn- i
C.ll Salboe 4268.

.' FOR 'SALI- 1951 Packard
SowkStriking "TW .4-d .Sd, bk.
WS.W.' like .ne. ow.er leav-
(CD I t W freomh Page ) -ing. Prime $1.100.0.. Curundu
,a Rii gtremala, Paraguay : p.
El 8al dwr,.'Ionauras, a12 1 L
venezuela and Uruguay. 'FOR SALE
'Ihe Profepent ot mte Repubr
Ie, his cabinet, the local dApIo-. Real Estate
matic corps and Canal Zone of-
licials wI' attend along wiln tna pm o Son Jose Coe
D- i6.._a navai-air aILaucle Lo Ve- RIi'aliaumalUH kotel. Euscllut
nezulla, RAF Wing Command- ellentls. OVwir wihesh to rtire
er unve V. Beadon. Also attend. duo to lies. ie to M t .
Ing ie exercise are MaJ. Gen. HuNHr. '"Tole. I."'-0
,hyie U(. SMLttn, Commanding FOR SA4L:-Proedetfie Alb*-
General, 11n Auirborne DivLsionl, mderi CabAnt Farm ir ChO-
ana Maj. Gen. Qnester E. Mc- iontavlih, Virgule s0S 1ee.
u'arty, .onuander, ith Aiir i f eh drmat far i stuM with
o'rce. ellnt'f"t ik anM_ :.j
rianning conUtinued d u r I n tenent he.wn-. mJdrnlIed,
the weexi as rOvance iniita r y omfrtoble. 7 MMu home with
partes arnvea irom the ales. p Mrecm bV" d, hemen un-
U!LLcal of waicn MraiLeu use tan. IEuon t "orm msnaeor
of l a !lcO as part or its ;-mw cpeble of runalim farm. Price
tuAI WlenbW prbgram *ith the $87,500. Tames Si01.85. Wrt.
U.8a, inspecteU the training aile for Illnstraftd lder EDWIN
whjse he. atn Englineers from G. LEE, JR. REALTOR. ix 374.
Fort Clayton began preparatory Chrlnttesville. V.. U.S.A.
work at the location for the ex.
ercise and for hoasg an s.. FOR SALE: Beautiful lot I.
pected large pwnuber of visitors. Golf Heights 40 50 m.
Telephone 3-3753.
.<. ugOIs. L. b enLun, ur i, 1__________a________
Rio Ha19 baL. camp operations
commander. pound bundles and drop other
TA. public has been Invited supplies from the C-124..
to attend the Tuesday three- 8siX hundred infantry and sup-
erviee mmnAver exercme port troops from Battery B
o0ietoals. 't"eon, however, 504th Field Artillery Battalio n
that no provisions for eeding. and First Bfttlton, 3d Infan-
the pule will be available. try Regiment, both at Fort Kob.
The Pan.Amerlcan Highway, be will be arlfted Into the Rio
which roses the KIo hato air Hato air sttrp by 10 0-1248.
strip, will be closed nte rmi t- Loaded will be large t,r uck as,
tenuy throughout the day. VIa. jeeps and howitzers.
lors may park, howe ve r, an
prescribed areas without crass- The Kobbe amphibious forces
ang the air srip and proceed Include a two-platoon infantry-
Son foot to thd spectator area. tank' team landing on the coast
"Barracuda" will be the sirst near Rio Hato. Meanwhile, Pa-
troop Arup maue iom Vukw- trol Squadron 45 of nine Martin
las C-124 Olobemasters outslae PB 5Ms from Coco 8olo Naval
the U.8. and the lirst ma j o r Station, will simulate anti-s u b-
paraorop In Panama amce marine action to support t,he
1942. -naings cg LCM barges. The
A rellminary group of 260 15th Navat District's "Palute"
me IQa set the stage ior tne air will be the control ship for the
U00" .oop r arrived last amphibious phase of the exer-
wekol. ]ra Fort Campb e I1 else.
ISMIS bedur mnd at Camp I. Lt. Gem. William K. Harrson,
it-afor d exercise and for at Jr., Comnmander In Chief, Ca-
lajer uLS.Arzi y jungle warfare ribbean Command, and director
1i`ttOn, "J u g 1 e of Exereie Barracuda I, will
JaSr- y 3 6 ougi welcome official observers to
Itls the Command and the exercise
Theth Airborne group. was Monday morning to open "Bar-
f fSrom Ir CsmpbelC by raads." From Abr ook o AFB.
04245a o. tie d Troop the party will be airlitted to
Cusrrl wtAis. L at ro n A, yr lerid for ins tion of
Mer .e, Wash. An addi- t"O and equlpme
* .o-C-i2s a1 flying frin S s 2 lat onstrat o n
-1 CmM pbe*11 to begins at 7:; 'uead morn-
4f O solatfit. Wing- 11; w ith map stthiiby k
im f W U ile from IW4 Ia" wM LAckboeed
< via Fort botmbe fr.o m tis
hig h team a-n d as.
B arglable m d eat of the aIt r.
will e ac 1d ap dth.

l Il l,.it 'tleas 8E: to

lOX .203l ANCON, CJ.
liFAIR reflnih bamboo, Rot-
ten furiture, lguerento wowk.
Home service. Special prica.
Phone 2-5174.
Dr.- tWNDINAKE Medleel
Clikn beside Capitol thoetor.
Dey-night carvlce. Tel. 2-3479,


FOR SALE: Camera equipment-
ene CentIo III with F1.5 Son.
nor lens; one Auto Rollaiftie
with F.5 Toesr lens; telephoto
lme and many extras included.
All equipment in nw condi-
tion. 6-3101. Albrook.
FOR SALE:-3 ''4 h.p. motor,
S5.00; 1 refrigerator 9 cu. ft.,
$45.00; 1 *aprtment si* e wah
machine, $35.00. 1524J, Gavi-
Ilm Reod. Santa Clau Lane.
FOR SALE:--amboo bar, with
isaktlfen wall shelves, $35.00.
Clayton 5126.
FOR 'SALE:-Gold fishes, ecu -
amsl. fltern. Son Francisco 7th
St., house 1. Tel. 3-5587.
FOR SALE: African violet,
rose end other plants. Pyle St.,
ouse 2483-A. Tel. 1464 Bl-
FOR SALE: -Storo-tech Prii.
mafic lens (with. viewer) for
making Stere Slides from any
35 MM Camera (new). Also
Pistol gun mount for 16' MM
jlqjx Mpvie Camaro & s 1.8
M as Iales f.ir (e)tlk.
set Champion Elevaflmg rirld
Sanewl 50 Ontea Fuel I9je1to.
Will.swep or oil. lox31,.Ce-
Ion. -";.' ..
P-FO SALEI-AKC ogisti d
a. zenr, I female 3 years, IT
mole 7 moieths. Phone Foe
*l-gw n 133.

a s kan..

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FOR S i Boeseclher alto Soxo-
hone In very good condition.
Tel. 2-3401, House 1502-1,

FOR SALE:-'48 Kaiser Sedan,
$325.00. with privilege toa -
til May 13. Mahogony dresser,
$50.00. 2 Rattan chair. $50.00.
Norge refrigerator. $25.00 and
miscilleneoul. 169-8 William-
son- 6-264.

Youth Sunday To Be

Observed Tomorrow

At St. Peter's
The young people of St. Peter's,
tla Boca, wull make a corporate
communion at the Choral Eucha-
rist 7 a.m. tomorrow in observ-
ance or Youth Sunday.
Young people illU take an ac-
tive part in the services for the
day in order to remind th e m-
selves of responsibility in the life
of the church.
Listed besides the Choral Eu-
charist, are morning prayer and
Church School at 10 a.m., a n d
evensong at 1:30 p.m.
Pupils-of the Church School snd
Teachers will attend the district
service in *fle Cathedral of St.
Luke. Ancon, at 4 p.m. for the
presentation of' Lenten mite box
Little FIorencia E. Hay wood,
whose mite box contained t he
highest amount, was elected to
present the Lenten Mterlagieerti-
f.cale in behalf of It, Peter's
church school.

and the infantry-tank team re-
duce a pillbox strong point.
The airlift of Kobbe infantry-
men to reinforce the paratroop-
ers will open afternoon action.
An anti-aircraft batter y will
then move In from the beach a-
rea to positions around the air
strip. .
Following will be a wire-lay-
ing demonstration by hell-ca op-
ters, after which airborne
troops will be loaded a b o a r d
aircraft and returned to France
Field, C Z.

ATTENTION G.1.1 Jult.-but
Imr4 a furnished aiopp ents, l
2 bedrooms, hot, iold Wle.
Phone Panama 3-4911. .
SFOR RENT:-Furmnimd lW ii
furnished 2 and 4-rom il ren
apartments. Contact AL AM-
Phone 1386 Colon.
FOR RENT: Moderm I bed.,
room, living reem spaer-t l iI
cenejeto house No. 4S AviW
do Jose Fco. dI le Oma. AMe-
mobile Road). For doteli Me
Decaitro Ave. "I" NM. 34,AlM
I fairnishd opertmq.

FOR RENT--Furmhldhd at-
moat, living-roem. dildngaeeom,
2 bathroom, eam ol. mod's
room with katbrooem.'.o mu
2-1477 and 3-070%.

FOR RENT:-2 bedroom apart-
ment, living-dining room, bsthi
room. kitchen, hot witeeo maM's
room with bathroom. elodw
garage. "A" St., El Conae)l ,
Telephone 3-2148 from 5 I.m.
to 1 p.m. end 6 to a p.m.

FOR RENT:-Fuwnished 1 bed-
rooeem apartment on Ave. P we.
leochs the park. Tol. 3-0746--

FOR RENT:-Spec ie oeel bad
room apartment new moded
building at Puoblo Nuevoe 40.50
per month. Phones S-0638 or

FOR RENT:-Residentlal aart-
meont, 3 bedrooms, porch, sitting
and dining rmom. Hot water,
maid' room. 46 St. No. 8. FPrIe
$120.00. Phone 3-0357.

FOR RENT:- Comfoetable two
bedroom e apartment with hot
water and garese. For Informe-
tion Tel. 2-2416 or 3-5322.

'OR AMET: Aeertmedt 1
bedami., Aiing-diing rem.
kitchen SeM Frencisco. For In-.
formation telephone 1464, s1-I

FOR RENT: Two bedrooms.
dining room el Ifurnished. Call
3-2737. Facine Duerrv Roeck,
Corresquilla 637. $65.00.

FOR RENT:-Furnished apert-
ment. one or two bedrooms,
centrallv located, ood neleh-
borhood, coal. nuite, beautiful
view. Tel. 3-0276.

FOR RENT:-Furnished apert-
mont with ell utilities. Via Es-
pae, house before Juan Fran-
FOR RENT:- Modern apart-
moent. -eo bedroom. Fronciero
Fils No. 16. Tel. 3-6155.
Moderate rent.

FOR RENT:-2 bedroom apart-
ment, living dining room.
aeeretd. $50.00. Befiseria Poe
r es No. 56. key Act. No. 6.
Phoes 2-2316 or 3-0234.

FOR RENT.-Fumished apart-
meont wath refrigerator. Porch.
norel dining eroom. bedroom
kitchen, g*qe $60.00. Inquire
112 Via tollirio FPorres, ner
RoosIeeal Thre.

FOR. RINT-Fumrohed one end
we Idinm apeartment. Fed*-
rico eyd No. 1. Tel. 3-1516.

MacAr thur Heads
New Corporation
Cen. o g IcArthur will
head a new-'rm to be known 'a
Sperry lIu 'Carp.'if a proposed
merger -. Remiiton Rand and
tlhe Sprry Caol is approved

bothL a
ers, 8
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AU coi rw3 1,teSil

AsiA':-- -^rA.liaizak i^ *

I ..IX

FOR RENT,--IJ q elet, one
bedroom. g,.lg m.
kitchen. Modis l p ea. Gram
Jost da Is Mi's ,Ave. No.
.6, d wlitl .; '.- .

FOR RENT:,- lo. fle of
remldenmee .*ea-Ji Son
Martin Aveopm No. FPorW kd-
rooms, Iving fim, diinl sm,
kitchen. b porh. Inquire
ground floar,

FOR RENT-Vaatlgn qiorters,
starting May 9' for months.
Two couples cosidM ed. Aelbon

FOR RINT:--Furnlihed chole
for June, July. Aueust. House
103 Paitillo (Vis Brsil), corner
of 12th street.

FOR R INT: Comforteble
home, large living-room, dining-
room, two Fdroom both, and
laundry. SpiclaU grounds,
facilities fresh egg 6nd vw e-
tables. IS minutes center Pan-
mo. RIoMoniblere- al $75.00.
Appoint Bal bo 3745.
FOR RINT-A beautiful cha-
let 3 bedrooms, living room,
dining mom, 2 porehk o n d
garage. Fist Aven No. 10.
Son FrandciCe. Tel. -.5874.
LOST and Found
Comfortable btoreenm house
at Sante Clima lack complete-
ly furnimhod to accomedete 7
or I pemaOn. lquipd with
kerosene. hot wvter hoote. r as
stove, electric refrigerator. Cool
uint location. North of Ne-
tional Highway. Owner W. K.
Webster. 552-A Currupdu
Heights. Tel. PAD 5117.

FOR RENT-N- Beautifully fur-
niaked large room, kitchen Be-
IIe Vista, Mexico Aye. 69, near.
41.4 St. J L ,i,0553. ,,
FORIRENT: -P-VOukflJf teo
wMl f gl "Frdgideire." 4th July
Ave. Noe. 7. Estudio See.

FOR RENT-.I. IMspectedfur-
nished room, kitchen, rafripero-
tor privilege. 4th July Ave. No.
14-10. Apt. 3. entrance appe-
site Roestevolt Hel.

FOR RENT: -Room to Ingle
person, separate bathroom, Tel.
Paenma 3*.3622.
FOR RENT:-Ventilated room,
furnished. independent t for ne
or 2 persons with kitchen. First
St. Perojil, House 3. Apt. 7-39.

Wanted to Buy
WANTED 10 BUY: We buy for
cash standad geared 1951,
52. 53 Chevrolet can in ixcel-
lent celdition.-Garoge Eklle.
Phone 2-1995.
Husky Elevating Tripod, also 16
M.M. Editing equipment, and
Sound or Silent 16 MM. film.
Mox 93, Colon.

Markell Hurls

Third No-Hit

No-Run In IL

atry ItMarkeil. Wti Roch-
e5et ES Wings' 1-year-old

lonal Leage no-
line In two years
third of hos ca-

[he Duke; a native of Par s.
ee, who now lives In New
tru6k out six Columbus
ter. andd p tted .OnlW two
Bterm th firch first h yes-
day-'atthe Winks dated the
t,-9-. Hector Lope. walked
fl-.fourth nd Lou Rmier
a Wi$ by a pitch In the-fftj,
it. was cut own on a uble

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WILLIMtS' SmW' Clanowa
Costu... s-og. r.efsiw..
lion, 2-boedeme. Po selbo

Gremlich'i Sana mip Rleec
CoettM. m f eqi malea w,
modorata rat. PFiBramboo
SHRAPNEL'S fulmhW oMess
on beech at Samt Cloew Teoe-
phone THOMPSON, oilbe-

PHILLIPS Ocoginlde Cottas
Sante Clara. lox 435. '-boa.
Phone Pneam *-1877. Crite-
bel 3-1673.

pest Sente Clro. Low rtns.-
Phong Belbo 1866.


FOR AL: Visent black
iadoew. '$600.00 cah. Mcll-
Voine 2211-I. Comiedo.

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(Continued from Page 1) (Conlated from lage )
yo canal. Beet sources claimed gene and Iteconnalsazce Pla..
his losses were light. loon, 33rd Intantry, Cpl. Mar-
I said this morning that the allai 'enry, snot other 0on the
national army would now re- Boqueron riverH. He and several
ma in its positions unless at- Ot his buddies cleaned and
tacked again. roasted It that night-.-
.The tussle, for control of' the
victorious forces flared a t i Cgoperatlon -wa the kynote
actual fighting ..died '"fzt a th e operation. When tihad
smoking. ruined areas 4t hei epl5at4 would reach I, camp.'
South4Vietnam capital. OAt de- site late in the aacerneon- tey
ended .Diem's fate and the. fu.; IAuld femediately, cmean 4-he
ture! control of this tottering aea for the toilewiaga platoons.
young country." Among t til tny atato -'
in*g perormanes. toflS.," it
Yesterday's bitter battlebea- asi eob EW by rhafia
gan at dalwn and moved fot- Med, rom Medical Co.Jd-'
marked by i elifire as the loy- Sgt. Zno a Sprague, a n
al frftce drove the iah lXuy- Frank Walden.
en. o 'A pfab

the, -t s r o a. dexpelopw ed

8r b States persoz
Diemb If s tgglewith the CWO WIlliam H. Cassell hDead
rebel force.. a seven-man team which in-
The United States' position was clu4ed two cooks, an inter-i
spelled out after French Premier prefer, an aid man, a supply
Edgar Faure said Diem's gov- man, a truck driver, and an
ernment no longer is equal to NCO-ia.-charge.
the task of rallying anti-Com- The base eamp had'beeB o-
munlst sentiment in his embat- tabllhed last week in the pie-
tied nation. turesque quadrangle of the old
Government battalions sur- Spahash fort of San Jeronimo.
rounded elements of the rebel-
lious army near the huge Grand
Monde night club and gambling property of many Western na-
hae. tlionals, Including a number of
Government sources said the Americans, who are reahents of
rebel forces were entrenched &he foreign quarter.
there in what "was described as Scores of homes and other
their last organized fortlfjca- buildings were set afire by the
tions, except for a number of shells or by torches hurled hb
buildings they control in the rival forces.
French-controlled foreign quar-
ter of the city. Many thousands of the 100,000
The fanatical Binh Xuyen homeless were refugees recently
troops were reported running arrived in South Vietnam where
short of ammunitloa after they bought escape from the ter-
more than 24 hours of heavy ror of Red rule in the -Comuzu-
figrhting. nst north.
The whine and thud of gNO- The loyal troops of plem flrst
ernmdut 11 millameter shel blasted the rebels out of white.
till could .heard through columned, three-story Petrus..
th-MWf-wreked City. nmed l ky high school. .
out t. ek, bodies and p d aof The Bi t Xuyen troops then
-dO littered the once proud withdrew .nte a mtn' sterpec.
Boulevwd Galliei, center of tlion of the louleVyrg 6alUIeni.
rnomamat eionentrations. I The rebels, outnumbered aI.
FIenchl expeditionay forces moat 20 to one, 4Oad their
had closed all access to the for- ground against 500 loal tcapp
elgs quarter of the city. who had tank sad mortar su
SAU possible precautions were prt,. fought almost t4
ordered to protect the lives and i ast m" ,t"

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Chkptors 10-12
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ShqW 230n the owean 47.euin
12iT~#l' n P-iSNwate 2835 mics 49VericIou .
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sIrbp *Haep moaro Cloth irdle t Ruriber
SGoIf.tm. ?W7tcris-" 31t Large plant S5 AccomplIshhu
7 #0ll0'i4 1.9 Shbpct 32 Obser d 58 AfflicUon
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G's4M at y cduct the Ia-
np y of the Air (the old.
lyp-a) .'a yanke Sta
concert late this s'ri. A Tosca
niczy .. .. The st 13a.psoim
of the new CBS Phil Silver show
aye finished, Shdreven though!'pt
has qe n tescast y, th; a t.
"work is so excled that they'
told P9tt to go ahead and make
ld more. This may he the nelt
S11i show. .. Florian Za Baeh
I the TVolinist is secretly taking
'Ilarinetlessmons. And bh'a not
njut fiddling around. . Marlo.
Marowes -offers; since sArth
eedfrey fired her, now total more
than $300,000-TTV,.nig t I ub s,
tiqaters, motaies. She'll be mak-
ing acougt io" open a diseharige

(DuMont): There a rj three
khnds of meni the- Ub)r -Jlu,
'he&piver age, a, the apre.
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i HoMe M0ehbrs

Favor Army ProMbing

In. Hurricanes
WASHINGTON, April 30 (UP)-
A group of House mez=bers -from
N easternn states testified to-'
da. i favor of bills to direct the!
"-- "" _._ I 1 6" Army Eairiier Corps to inquhre
Ala.. I o ;England,
i ',York and New Jersey coasts can
~ b, e p tected from hurricanes.
They told a House public works
saubcommitee the inquiry would
Sbedeqign tv find ways of.keep-,

li iei lIi ricanes such as i "Carol" an d
i"Hasel which hit the taste r n
iJu ave Barstow a movie di. Seaboard lad- fal.
rectors chair. On the back wasan
3m Alexandat MaiIO Mrw. printed "Geographer." ICongressoen fro North and
DICK'S QUICXIE" Judy HaWl'South Cmli,.also testifie on
pay, explaining her Brooklyrese behalf of legislation to authorize
Elective's outfit" he says. "T h a yl accent: "It's. the result of hard. an qxpeaditure of.5 million dol-
wiear old pants and flannel shirts' ork, concentration and two se- lprs to help repair the damage a-
and leather jackats. You seo, I'veI testerss of speech at E b b ets 'long the Carolina coast caused by
always liked the company of men. Field." last fall's hurricanes.
But I don't play poker or bowl,
I thi is my chance to have a a a
night w!th the boay." U'
SNowadays. Aleandera
cut several p( ol e men 1ining
their best blends. ea E N T R A.i
*their wives exeUgIeal v Cia E _
its. He does evr t but go rT k" .i
along on lffi al poHoe buianes | I g
-h face wM be In jamedlI a TODAY I
a*e tip-off to any er),i al.
"Dragnet" and 1Badge 714" 0 .6 0 0 0
the latter Is the re- -run of old
long career for Alexander"s. He Men would do n hInz ior I
an old-per in Hollywpod. Once
upon a. u ,bbby .li f e l In I|be was A
This.was even before J ac ki e
Coogan. His first part was as
Cunmd. 'They sunerimnosed e .

w w .r 'Sa r- ; j ._1--- '_.i- xI you know your -uLragnei, ,- . .-- .. ,J u ----
you know that Frank is something Then came "Dragnet." And Ben ...* m' rb ,r lmw m
*:* f r of al h .pochondriac. His locker Alexander became Frank Smith. _j jj
UwinLie *ow 'SN^* I a pill paradise. But Ben Alex. Case closed.i um W d pfmoelw._!
yl 9 -- kiM*1-" N" r" lander Is no bypochondrian or '
S- a t least he didn't use to be. Prepare yourselves. One of the
-- -- e '_ace -Pve been dlg the biggest S pot advertising *am-
Saileast he didn't uuue to be. pains i boradcasting hIst or y -- -
HOLLYWOOD (NA)- Exclusi a r.ount in 1941 whispers it: "Her: 'Sece Fe been doing the .'vil soon commence to acquaint l t ll
bely Yours: Mario Lanz, who1 ccqnt is thicker today than it" part," he Ayi "my wife says you, via television, with hte fact
l]isL.$1,UU,. a I.as Vega' on one was thep." I'm getting more. like Frank that a new Bulova watch flew
pass (out), will star ha "Serenade" This is Hollywood, Mrs. Jones: iSmith every day. It's sort of a taster than sound. The company
a year Snd he has.to use an oxy-.a day pff wearing a flimsy play-i thse days. So n rur:new home jet which clashed through the
uea tent irn a dressing room." suit. The studio censor saw her we put in radiant beating, which sound barrier. Lo and beIold. I l W
I nats e word ftm a high .nd later told the studio ward- rats down draft. BI I keep they were still ticking away when
atutio -xecutte who told me; robe department: insistI g that's fust to protect it landed. l CC
iool, he a the hottest box of- '"Manme can't wear that." our Siamese eats. Hie says it's It's almost as practical to have l
fAce -atrraction a the country. "D t be ridiculous," replied d because I'm etting to E Frank ,. watqh than can do that as it is .
nvweriusng wenade" with" tne the wardrobe dcpt. "nat's snt La Smith. to have a pen that writes uoder Mtiiil
ilzl, .*'an. a sg At ast' is Costume for a movie. It's Mami'sI after '
v h I :prtuLn." - own playsuit' The cheerhuli fair-haired star Richard Barstow, who has
i eir an.ironic note now to has also become a sort of ex- much to do with the charm of
sumeone s uLack _hia nhe first -PALS SAY that when Joe Kirk- cfficio police officer. It started as the Rbrgling Bros. Circus, was
heard uat L'LU, M ao maae M i wood, Jr's divorce trom U at ny research project he'd spent. Choreographer n Judy Gar
V oebut lat tal d outhing the' iowns, is final, May (The Caine tune with UMe police to absorb Iand's im, "A Star Is B ." n N AoAR Rosemae Bo
Surus to oI records, Wouu smg .l. uty) .Wyar wil become Mrs.M their maUerIsms. But he found! On the pt, Judy introduced her JOHN AGAR nRose arie Bowe
-a Vegas. .* didn't know," he KRiawod II.. Fox will release the that he liked the company of po-' .dacu er to Barstow. The child.
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NEW YORK, April 30 (UP)-Three of base-
ball's sbrimps-Bobby Shantz, Willie Miranda and
Nellie Fox-measured up as the biggest men in the
S major today.
Shantz, Miranda and Fox ein hits in registering his first vic-
'. each wear the mascot a uniform tory.
buttheydwarfed all the taller Detroit took over the American
guys- around with their individ- League lead by whipping Wash-
url performance yesterday. Ington, 3-2, for its sixth straight
hantz, the ,five-foot, seven- victory. Frank Lary, up from.
Inch southpaw of the Kansas Ci- Buffalo of the International
tS Athletics, led the half-pint League, pitched his way out of
brigade With a sparkling three- two late-inning jams in leading
hit" 6-0 vkty over the New York .the Tigers. He also scored tbhi
yankees. 13 marked his first winning the winning run in the
emoplete game since July 21, sixth when he raced home from
1953, and his first shutoutsince second on Harvey Kuenn'sin-
Sept. 19, 1952. gle. Al Kaline stretch his consec-
Pitching to his-older brother, utive game hitting streak to 14
Wilmer, who was behind the bat by collecting a single in three
for Kansas City. Bobby. limited trips. Camilo Pascual gave up
the Yankees to three singles in ill nine Detroit hits, including
S gaming his -first victory of the a homer by Ray Boone-and was
season and proving that his the loser .
Once sore aRm is now sound a- Southpaw Joe Nuxhall of Cin-
gain. Rookie Johnny Kucks clnnatl blanked Pittsburgh on
, tarted for the Yapkees and was six hits, 5-0, and just to rub
the loser. i it in, smashed a fifth-ilningi
S Mranda, who is barely a homer off loser Max Surkont.
S half Inch taller than Shanta, Nuxhall struck out seven and
crime through with two big didn't walk a batter In record-
blows in Baltimore's 5-2 vie- ing his second victory of the
story over Cleveland, year. Ted Klaseewski drove in
Little Willie broke up Mike a pair of runs with two hits tb
S arcia's no-hitter in the sixth. pace the Redlegs' nine-hit at-
Inning and then drove in the tack.
4 seclding run In a four-run th! Del Ennis started the Philllies
inning rally with another single .n their way to victory with A
off southpaw Don MOSs, liran ,1wo-run homer In the first in-
a's hits helped the Oriolea to ning off Warren Spahn as the
their first victory in Cleveland raves bowed, 13-4, in a game
ifter having dropped 11 traig ailed because of rain in the last
mres there last year. f the eighth inning. After Bob-
-. .sy Moore relieved Hary. ly Thomson homered off winner
S,::- Byrd in the eighth and was te lerm Fehmeler in the fourth to
, w,-n"er. narrow the Phils margin to 2-1.
F Fox, the third little man who Bpahn was chased amid a six-
S )ad a big day, hit the first home l'in barre n the fifth. Ml-
t, un of hiis career in Comlskymauukee collected only four hits
SPark to heln the White Sox iff Wehmeler. who picked up his
Sand the Red Box a 7-0 beating. second victor.
illardJtNon's string of 19 2-3 Rain cauae, postponement of
eqs innings came to an enl the other tw_ National League
e Boston setback. Dick Don- [ames. Chicas at Brooklyn and
n limited the Red Sox to four 4. Louis at N w York.

F.W. Teeners team
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Dave Roberts

Hitting .320

In Texas Loop

By Verney Joseph
Dave Roberts, 21-year-old Pan-
amanian who was used as a util-
ity outfielder for the Chester-
field Smokers last year, is en-
joying his best season-his 4th-
AZ organized baseball.
David Is clouting the apple at
a merry .320. clip for the San
Antonio Missions In the Texas
League, Class "AAA."
Roberts is runner-up in the
iomerun derby, where Benn7
Taylor is leading him 7 to 6.'The
latter was also a member of the
.953-54 Smoker team in our pro
The f I v e-foot-eleven. 180-
pound youngster hits in the
third slot in the batting lineup
ahead of Carl powls.
Earlier this spring, Roberts
accumulated 8 homers In train-
ing one of them coming against
their parent club, the Baltimore
Orioles with Paul Richards look-
ing on.

Paraiso Sports

The long awaited game be-
tween the Pelicans, captained by
Alfred Titus and the Blue Ea-
gles, playing under the direction
of Roman Jimenez was held
Thursday in the local gymna-
sium when the two quintets dis-
played rare form in their quest
for leadership in the current
Summer Recreation Cage League.
Poth squads were tied with
four wins and no defeats until
Thursday when the pelicans
eked out a 49-42 victory to take
league leadership.
Ernest Blades and Alfred Ti-
tus of the winning outfit led the
scorers with 12 points apiece,
while Captain Jimenez of the
Blue Eagles sank 8. This was the
first time since the Inception of
the circuit that Jimenez was un-
able to lead the scorers. He leads
all scorers in the league with a
total of 155 points. He is follow-

S l. has 82.
W!I '.PlayC' *T omVUor roW 4C Friday's program featured the
; jIn a V .J Wlf I W Cherokees and the Tampa Cubs
and the Starlights and Rebels
._ aggregations. In the initial tus-
cn ttudded Ftli ale the Cherokee boys set baok
"Alter a lose scrutiny'nhe In the tar studded astliheCub 38 to 27 while the Star-
4t4 of .the player selection alumni will be tamon Rey, lights eked out a 25-22 win over
- o*n. Attlanethe following ayers y ,.Tiner Scott. Bobby e Rebels.
: C V.W. at theu eose fKirkland, Danny w l6 C O R,
-Y'.P %fTeener PpPIonsbips ait kloskY, .Ham .H alm ton sail. l 1H1n lynI lion
e'A. O many on the looaom ot e r their o Explorers Lead

t 'rnoon pt 2:30 e week of Aug. Harry yKeepers David
tdim, the Teeers at tanleevy, Mickeeryy Cuninham

Borld ut the Teer ~'eener wil be out to'n in hou 7 minutes.
IKeithirhe a e Herbei t MPoas Tohe cond crew clocked
1 7 anfs erhthee bairs fr ur B ty don't looktes while twosharp.
Urdts, i B rue. IA just write it.of tonervounes bt time was hr
S, owe sutherlan SWtO time:hours a2: 10 p.m.us aer minuteA. Cunningham are leading

SI tl the first ph the line corei Sixteean cre omleted thcopo
t read: v r 8 htt laand shove of Harry. Keepers, David
lt tland error; arlot 87 rus, tun thi morning at 9:00 onn th
-- 1 htit Id 1 error* wa to am Critoba5 miles awa
o Warm-ldu t the Teeibal tni If a l Boats Channel.

their- le.bas I Ts byrt- Clarke won his second cr'f tw ccimewas
Stays ro over lasIe '- Mole our and 9 minutes while two
Stb Ohitters compare madto th 14 second tarter for third race with I hu
s*mite the Teenier boyilstrt for the charlotte Hornets and 10 minutes lapsed time.. t

oseae.pe veteran soter R. Rs erno
I poas:ibe: chane.. 1... more u2,2perlatved customeran his firstyears beat time was hoe r 19

athe first pitationch the line cre Sixteen rewi cs are cothe
Moon rer read: Savsnad-3runs,8 1s Iaan shoved off fromot a-

Sraved error. rlo this 3-run 8- p 10, tun th morning aPost 9:00onthe
S sbt r hit r n to Da-y to Sqbuad IL miles awa
Pev, a "p artr oSmallt I ots Chanoe.
Warm- N. S.upB 4 0 1.000 etbaed hit Car e .nt to LTe lorea nt the washt
ague, Crist bal 1 second g Berin as manyting. at post 1 Quarters. The Awis
atiotookover u e g ad oegeouref ,a"i oerin yt rhnem if areth s
Shutters as compared to the 14 he I Starter for the race was B.

up shtba Leaguebytfanned n hi e first win, CrkeZerson, coui president, while
P ort Davis63-60In a latest perfoimnce drew even vetern s

M Eteteedae.Ft more superlatives tbaii his first. seved s fn rsh timer.
-N al OWtat lo nt ed fortEqually sp~dtac(ir 'Indthis game Therace is being conducted

sbunt I aheaP do liifor C hitting (2 for 41 under the direction ofs the Coun-
I .. orgead which ean'd. the rigt to cing, l e Gold COtter, looked
Is* qua..ter to winby3 be considered 'for pinch-hitting Aoe rromane.teal8

a atlon actil M- Thlhe a sixteen crewstl the Pacificm-

Sta nd i ngahtxlhibiiona- t'. I in Iy sta ed. 5,to nicmrk away at
't ea L t's ma f e' vs, C a e"ie Poas a r-d ost C oaPolo.

S ...4 0se th e-m an dB ab.oa; s t th no-

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I '0 "-,- R . t-whih i INcooperating by bringing in tae
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lest- IUNIinal out was scor-
.s~.&L ha.s. -. 8hs PamAii.mtd,..

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V' thelr Atlantic ide,
mor seo f 12 to 8.
n was galn the
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damn atg

BRAV B.ULL Sc&ens like this will be plentiful Mo*W afternoon LL ttTAia hbulring.
Above, EIsseo "El Chatro' Gomes iWs shown exeqting xthe difficult "P! $Of he bu1-
lighting art. Gomez wil alternate with countirymalg trloBarrqn of Me _ossttwo bulls
each. This special "corrida".wul be held on Monday because the May Dy i ,bratloM will be
held then instead of tomorrow.

KO Predicted For Martinez,

Davey Moore Bout Tomorrow

President's Classic Dandies

MAIN ROAD Eight-year-old lris .bredhbay so.e FIfWA -
Superbe. He is owned by the heira of Don Antonio Antgulola
and trained by Henry White. This great thoroughbred Is the
second leading all-time money winner at Juan Franco. His
earnings total $41,520 the result of 10 victories, 14 seconds,
eleven thirds .A 15 "times unplaced in 59 starts. Little Alejan-
dro Ycaza will ride him Sunday with topwelght of 126 pounds.
Victory would put Main Road ahead of all-time leading money
winner Microbio which earned $51,088.50.

'. ./
DON CUTO Stretch-burning four-year-old brown son of Fair-
fax-My Pet. This Irish-bred router I ,oWd.:by the Stud Ts
Estrellas and trained by Isaac JTimnwe.. I- 39..local start".-)I
has won nine, finished second eleven tinMd, t.hd seven. tm
and out of the money on 12 occasions, He-has total earnings bf
$4.835. Manuel Ycaa will be in his saddle under the feather of
105 pounds snday .

Teams W L 1t. O
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philadelhipa 6 .571 4%
St. Louis ... 5 .5 545 5
Chicago ...,. T J600 Sf
New York....6 7 .462 6
Cincinnati .. 4 11 SJO6 9 1
ittsburgh ... 2 10. .167 9%
Chicago at Brooklyn
Cincinnati at Pittsburgh
Milwaukee at Philadlphia
St. Louis t- Nw York

(Night Game)
Milwaukee 000 100 08 -,4 2
Phila. 20006131-13 14 1
Span (2-2), Crone, JbhnAon,
Vargas, Jay and Crandall.
Wehmeler (2-1) and iopata.
Game called on account of
rain. None out In last half of 8th
(Night Game)
St. Louis at New York
Postponed (Cold Weather)

(Night Game)
Cifncinati 100 121000-5 0 0
Pittgulgh 000000000-0 6 0
Nuxhall 42-1) and Landrlnth.
Surkont (1-3), Law,- Pepper
and Shepard.

The majority of local "boxing (Night Game)
experts'" today predicted that Cnlcago at Brooklyn
the eac rl .awaited. Davey Posti ned (Rain)
Moore-Is Martbnes 130-pound ..
tenround main boit at the Co-
lon Arena will not go the route
Moore herd-hia during his By
workout sessions and the excel-
lent form. being enjoyed by Mar-
tinez is the cause for this opin- *
ion. Davey, former Olympic, Na- 1 a
tonal A.A.U. and Golden Gloves
bantamweight champion, has
been truly impressive during his

tuneups on the Atlantic side,
and at the Panama Gym.
The U.S. Negro has shown so
much that he is expected to
climb through the repes the
favorite tomorrow night. Mar-
tines, however, will qndnubt-
edly have a legion of backers
rooting for him too.
Both 'tys completed their
workouts yesterday afternoon at
the Colon Arena hi excellent
shape and were scheduled to go
through only light calisthenics
Pacific side fans are reminded
that buses will be available for
the return trip after the-fight.
Promoter Nicanor Dosman says
that the bus line has. a, eed to
provide buses for the fight fans.
The semifinal pita hard-hit-
ting Manuel Prescott alnatit
Juan Salazar in a six-round 1I6-
pound contest. This fight shapes
up as a slugfest that should be
action-packed from start to
finish because both boys.Hke "to
slug It out toe-to-toe.
Daldel Ward I a anm
choice to turn back j Rodri-
gues In the main premiunary,
a 135-pound four-roand bat-
Claudio Martinez, Isidro's kid
brother, will be seeking- his ase-
ond straight pro victory aglznst
Rocky Pee Wee in the 122-pougd
four-round opening preliminary
General admission is only .$1
(one dollar).


, It Weems that more and more
spectatrs are coming out n
late Wednesday afternoons to
watch the skeet and tra sot-
ilg. We are very glad to han
n, because the hooth
fost sPectaculr wS.
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(hicago ".011 .00. -T 11 1
Nixonm (-19, Bdowaki. Smith,
TrlmbigsAnd Wite.
Donrfh (i-1) Sad Lollr.

Wash. 0001004-1 5 a0
Cleveland 010 000 000-2 i
Byrd, Moore (1-2) and smith.
Ga-Rcl (1-3) Nalepkl, Mossi,
tQutteman and Hegan. Naragon.
(Night Game)
New York 000000 000-0 3 0
K sas City 22110000x-4 7 0
Kucka, (1-1), Bturdivant,
Schallock and Howard.
A Shants (1-1) amnd W. Shant.

harrison jr.

Chilean rider better known to
Juan Francoltas as R. Cxistian,
made an unannounced return to
Panama last night.
Cristian had been riding up to
recently in Maracaibo, Venezue-
la, but -was spending a vacation
in' Chile from where he flew In
laat night.
la.I spposed to be a deep,

shUloM fro* ne1619,
a.t thereit a am eet to'
ai.. Cristla ride eioIn the
rutient's Classic tomorrow
fa place of .fumeo San
,whe has already i d to ride

According to the reports, Pol'as
owner, Manuel Pinchevky, who

for Cristlan's presence In Pana-
It is said that Pinchevsky

s. who was quite satisfied with
anchez' handing of the horse
in last Sunday's elimination, in-
Slats that Manehez remain the
rider. Fol *on the elimination in
a record breaking 2:14-4-5 for
the mile and 5-1.
According to Juan France
regulations, if a jockey is re-
p laed by another after the
ormer has ied offlcalUy,
-he Is entitled to at least the
regular riding fee of 3 or 5
and if the horse flnlhe In
Athe money, the Jock oriinally
signed also co llets iper
Sent of the amount erned.
The matter will be thrashed
out after Pinchevaky returns to-

The Prize was unable to galj
op 'yesterday and this mornim
and his handlers have
working feverishly in an attempt
to Wh up the injured tendo
nmIne fr tomorrow's race.
King's Prize, one Of theA mC
successful horses aver to re iJc
Juan rsaae, hFanIcor. l

morrow'a g e us oPe4,low
evideatiy feel .that they
-Ats, Persian Countess and
Bradominn bre.sed a rfurlong and
Don Cuto sprinted two.
CORRMECTION: In yterday's
column It was erroneously stated
that the distance for the Prei-
dent's Classide ton former years
was one mllt and 5-18. It sh0 1ld
have read "one mle and 0.16,1



By United Pro

Toronto ..... 8
Ravana ... 8
Montreal .... ,/
Columbus ...
Richmond ... 4
Rochester ... 2
yrause .... 2

L Pet. GB
S .727

5 .SS 4%
6 .250 5

.Buralo ....... 1 7 .135
Rebolledo was a one-time ----
popular rider at Juan Franco.
Fans will remember him partt- TMSTERDAM s Ra StT
cularly for a race he won on the
An sola-owed, e White- Havanaenry White-200000000-1 0
trained Betun ome ten years Buffalo 20122 000z-7 10 1
Cgo. 8anches, Hanris (4), OUlvo.()
In those days Juan Franco's and MnOtalvo.; Bunig and
track was unand.ed and during 8trNuR LP-Ne-Racheir,;-NHlckk.
the rainy season It was often --
uslcldal to run horses on the in- SYrasCU 001002000- 3 7 3
idde part of the. oval because Torauto' 100-003 -1x-I 1i 0
rafta few furlongs they usual- CUagrande, TouHy (3), Hart-
y bogsed down in the deep Y6, Znke (7) and Mrant;
sticky mud and then walked X Johson and Oriff1tWLPC
1.otae. sagrande. H-auckwalte, He-
On this day Cristian took the Mor ethr e.
lead early with Betun an1. held -
m uader a Pull iM" the harder bolumbus 0. 000 00-0 0 1
outside strip. Bet was g -Rocestew 013 010CW -912 0
tal)esg rail bearer and Pace
BravoM on Migto (the ae was Kellner, Haa and ake-
SS later to E ) aa Markell dBtSnS
detwed Retun to e the ol -hh
S OStting theleftder to Montreal 15,. RIChautnd 0'
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~a "u a campaign of worm dunki ng
erb s yok etl in the months ahead might start
S' er race uail y 1 iE thinking about buil ding a sup-
o ea forI .dn e t As we all learn front experi-
pt wak favorep a ou i ence, it's fooi sh to depend on
s dtfhosnorr e77 t. t r wormpa being aviamlable the

V o r ySe haw. t W night before opening sy. It
S.a o fe I may be too cold ; maybe tnere'l
Sbe too much rain. So when the b
'l. IR e, en u, the first wam ldla come along

S. Tat 'i' ry, but it neIt's fool e f your own worm farm.nd
AE .G- sixh. ut mosenutha, aman ot a Al you need is a large, tight,
mn 7 I A tow m be h w oayn boxo c l Departm en oea n
won ,w fiv e X-e-tu-You might consider bu I I d I a A "-,'

"T.ILa- track, I'll find myself just as ex- tof Agriculture, which also takes
cited l s I mwasyf j u w hen an interest in such things a
FL George Edward Arc e all of (arm Bulletin 15689) suggest sufficiently over its .p .
IM c. rs old, walked down the rea one at least 18 inches deep
GIeorge,- El y wooden stairs and mof hunted .' 836 by 6 inches which wdein. pe t ola
ky wood ell stagi irsan mouned serve very well for several -en soil with the upper a oii
mount. Fam.fr bdred large worms. inches projecting a we te
I don't eate how long you'e I the outside of the box
I en in the business, he K entuc- well tarred It will last much place, and should shade t
-', hy Derby getq you.- It isp't just longer in the soil than If un prevent the ter nature .r
another race and you knowitL ELKS YOUT DAY SWIM MEET These you thful swimming champions will try to add to treated. Creosote is not recoml interior from raisg too hlgh. :
.. -._ i You're excite. It's the same ev their laurels tomorrow in the annual meet held at the Balboa swimming- pool. Shown above mended because of its possalble midsummer. A temperature of
I ery year and I don't think ita'l (left to right) are the winners of last year's 80 meter free style rely for ten-year-olds: Ame- effect oil the worms. The ina de 75 degrees or higher is supW
Sever change Money is secondary glio Martinea, Joyce Herring, Gerry Crawford and Theresa Dunn. of the ox may be waterprofed fatal to earth-worms uafe r .
*rog hethrill of riding in the Derby. by painting with hot paraffin moat conditions. ,
Back in that '35 Derby, my .* New wax. b .
mountwas !favored.althoughinlh. n IT box should haves awell- ed]h-ebgx.ohod siwhil idam"
was not sha-p enough that day to __. .su P u not The richer this lf
lake a race won by Omaha. is n humnii he better, a t
S. IT STILL WAS ONE of the Surrey C.C., thou h idlelast Mills, Excelsior and Wanderers worms requre'ess artif '
SsI.tandout thrills of my life. I de- S unda climbed. t e Atlantic clubs, as well as for the individ- feeding in rich than in po
Ie .I felt thaay m my Cr Championship when the ual honors n bowling an bat A lo soil is erble:
book, "I Ride t6 Win" (Gre en- Mills C.C., faced with the neces- ting. This week's schedule fea- ry sany so not suitable.
berg), ad the siaon s n't sity f winning all their remain- tures Midland and Surrey at After the box has been
caused me to change comma ing matches stay n conten- Mount Hope, Wanderers andd with worms, of well
Since. That book would make a tion, failed in their first outing Sllver City at the Helight Oval leaves, which form a
SW A rat dr, Mr wa.d M. BAT shy nes Is pe Inside word every entpae of his 'onversa .before the stalwarts of the Wan- and Excelsor and Mills at Camp be, part of the natural food
SJ YWILLIAM S l warren Wright, the Calumet on the re ternation o a tion.... deres .. Berd. earthworm. In dry wea
...p v, 70 ,1 6 e that Jon r s per- nve (he mv B Pawesrme soli the box occasiona j, hot. .....
Sslooking o Trainer Bert Wil- seman of the Baltimore O Maryan' positive ecstatic Wanderers, batting first, rack- wll be necessary to mete t
.. c-lams lifted me into the saddle ..... 4 .we Bob Pegrinoycon edu 118 runs for 8 wickets ARL STARSt b .. ... *
rno k r4f about the uomestio life of one ve< from Buard o center sprin hn hR much water to injurious .f-

after anther nd J. Ad m ith a. sparkling over They like to kid abouthe heway Of ur d ...tole anri rd All-Ameris aona Chicago (NA) The ft (Distributed by N Se
Garrison, N. wants to knwo what ra commentators call op Ke down eaer as the rs .m atum movg or to North itrbuted 48 runs, supportedmajor league All Star g a e
whatever became of School bo .glib" track (Jost love thatl. I breaks kn l f "My Old K nen slit ge big league first ina are pretty well dNspated Alln 17, V. Armstrong as played here on July 6, 1933.
Lucky Home.' Well, for my part, tlug eague Carolina are pretty well dissipas e ad A. Foh M i- T N MI
we- 's curator of pitching -that kind of- speed isn'tgood nsto h en to event still so wedince he's won the struggle for 11 and A. Ford 10. The Mills' The Natona League won, 42.o- oday ,
msale ofh the cough to stop Nashua at a mile, c gip setle tio he pen to f Me
bows n. uDetoit, ocale o. the cou to s flop N csua ata mno e, orom n b Alile n sa amongst major control of an athletic fund said bowling attack was led b -Levi
Sht-hauder's youthful greatness. would it be god enough at a mile your innrd. A little cilruns eag tbe p around $3000,000 Warren 4 for 37, J. "Hank Cole dey epbr a*.

p~cd m." eoL.hre lebwz ev-=.rg up. A Browx lad. agednw'zrbamas |. f 7, show.d ;?ho, I, v .I..l race lrother I. and-0.- a msean s-- ii it wi r you ,.elly -nl to :,(.
;Is s&ond year, u , s1 o ahloo rd a quarter which is the De through you e rps, and you *i the be i nd asebi in the 2 for 17 and J. Blandford 2 for Humphrey Bogart, in
y (thy caedm that.because by distance' 4uite pqsible. But iea s it world is no p yed Puerto 25. a RNA
of his stunted eight of 6 feet, 4% until the act is done no one' can WL; anew ith. wasar the ien Where the kids are out At the wickets, the Mills eleven
inche$) won.1 straightt in an o- be sure he can go tihat fait that post. The stAfer had mounted O thratenedrepeatedly, but de- "LOST TRRAURE o

I o r .lt i ou -aia -ce. of rQdd- watd e .e o the elevate- sa tdou-alno he av/. cowpasturefm -t spite the valiant efforts of E. "OJ,'"
tBp eS f s or a aw er a Crckett sc sr inicaps or ..iOur Brown and H. Cole, who scored no' st

Iaave abi wAd f.tc /eer, t wou o er , t e ml a-ne/N cmpazen I looked left Gang "."-' -t
beoa CI* t o5 ..,..t fvei0 o*ndi, Ted Ao*M, -e t,... had JaSwba all a-tw tt r with 8b runs. Wanderers' Escalona hme.ii i ^ueoalt
Inedrt1r aa d aon aere r o en ara yte Ta t's wh aetsion m. 'his ,.reence i ,n the clubhouse '. garnered 15r wlkbts for 1e, ruu4ev a, t h
Tn 1% rd m fif e r t to pemaMrN Y'earead Crouc hed lo,, wi t an old Pinkerton had t .h.e and ic Brown 4 ra n. oftem th e realkraubeM
Nav e wowb eat fStin l o iq can sayus to q rackie ana o Yourhreart tr.bbing wildly, o s presence of xrind to advice, Interest In the league race that r why rm mequik SItoee e MoonYT 4

popuar'o rem toe s t c 't sorry it' s. mn8, Youre ready.-but t seem-
ay colt won try to win by ny deited p0 by not h being l somebody c . nys isn't. "vNot
farther than e has to, there a rid i Nashua, so y e tea yet si, Please not yet, si l a............
befi no doubt. The recrs, by the tisrrMM tl elmm Joae "ey will yl to the started
way, land- wstantialsfIppport to elornig lie flew to Oklahoma to Then another "No chance, sin
the premise. They sbowt at ira nAspect damst well he's got mans Phoo chance, sir."
pp wy... mrd y an. .dowjpe it's t truhebdllr sadhehardoic s is 5 I Y sir They cost Aasa because
If you go S.e mrt it tI K obe said. m .Nof the Y starter roars: "C'mon!
finish, ho had as much trouble The sports Wlses also refer to Cmo!ss they're& made in Panama now.
beating a thing called Blue Lemn -e gambler-backed Las Vegas,_ ON TAT DAY, IT WAS an. _n v e R -
in the Gaultream Derby, a off tourney as the Slot Maien other gruelingrae. Omanha, the g i Skwa T erfo yr
dkowre evint as he Old In w irg lpen. Twlner, wag ained by a w oise -. -___ / T e d
rfuom Gumwser-'Fan tIn the WO.A FtIRE FROM MEDwi N, ua little ...man came out of oowsince VICEROYS'are made with y
classic Satui day. r Interpreting Don Cockel f o r Seephad a ooklyn t Bil Skow ron, the Yank ehs'
was a ile neck and at the to general relief, the Briti most tra inouse hat uth Built, ha bee
tih poly he lp miiea ithch ar a for ea Fitasn on- t n a e wilcalled Moose since he as ..9 the quality remains unchanged
TO to 66." The fact that ree u"o be stan thingg a, s (at 5-10) or awesome
any cold coud well do with Fen to hi schedule may imply fn ecaro come- o f emo s w ls grandpa o c
and one f these days Mr. sudden d n i a hi sixth ebyti a ta t Bi 'a fie Vr of its choice tobacco.
eeeeeeeellOlhll more-work fot the Nail Thpe horse I Nm ridlg lthis Ly pgavic a bhwl air hIn Chic
problem child isn't going to. make To most of -us there ean be .a big, powerful Nasuh.l oer t m, nd L iroa d it... T h is ng prevents non your
b odle Aeare, whom sus a-nothing novel about a no cn k wll l lta thrI e t t was wh i De was o
on. kept ism of the colt, ca raeo track. uhi un mer In that tang,o the neighborhood kids teeth, and throat irritation,
the rp mlt ip advance n yir That i circus clown with the usg ...... I- o, bews n h Musso n
espae, adding that aNluo .il brous. forlo.n. look, just memoratg nt Mem. at .a which A time Lename Musso an
nake .him 4uit." Did Summier Lot married. ad 5oce iypics! -aica. km gave -e a boot as a aly settled' into the diminu. -
7'an.quit?.Totd Atkinson, who was says the poor aellnhesg now t .ectator. -of Then
wio'Ou atans. i n said he 'stop start doing the act without sake- Nashua neeri lets yop know live'h(UfMoose..n. "Thecat'sd nom-iLT

ir thois sameD, T herClne ule a tr of and righotMawayAmwn He'ha sa-trmeno rene st. smoking, sm.ke VICEOYS.
hd AheWsovn up on one of hisnvory horse player in h -no ,power ,wa. wn h yra Ie l -ool may not have been v
Milloping pipe-n a in 'a sbtem-E borhood wanted the name of lion, alwy sta hr .hcomeocath
quest ratm. got to Summ handicapper o A A E L th e popula chmoie to..tch he,

Ih OTan when hD nroky was pn, c At- w t LsAe' lis t a
There ea n bi a wide difference t c rrned the iong NiDon fell over- It's the wiof that leaves you ora ollf his assstant wheeand

Between sn-ap and qui i bi aorigta the. str da C o p You .t,. wat him tot taeh,.. ,. lte All-Saraendh yeflan
and ae tmneb anatummiT he Boston pitcher had pouthet atrthesball-sihe, A row taint Augausthaebe.
biography p 1 respect is eibt hag alch afternoon a 1e two-ht- di Tedns i ntand AsJo oglan showtto, he be
too eomplimneidtsry, I per lrar... feotba
times.t takes no chores Sahurda T Holle. But whoa ye need lwheal he aeus, metter. the's ras
great pe.eeptie. or cri-ical sudsa der, an em of .lAlner-a _--l. the race Is -" f.rgrabs-- here" the .ist" rsO i .to bravos
city to take nu.b position. T ohiUs ty, s_. t quarterback, t a an, canN g as na'sto le asedi r F r -a wresoet
T HIS.1Galbreat S Sande oeGren o racing k aee Sum-IiCo

ftla'WOW.v a t I. 'lest !f *he ily k ike b eetagrees w hatjstckwthLo-
Goron' inaa iseawee I | whIo ie
see'ed a t s t laa-MgeJspt e i h e't o mart a a r faaod So nftA to1 have tha t b like t abounce -f Ak r y J
serb iy ct sttates ofbb W e- hrhtcoveof athe M ay. t se. 1 tea tak de 6r.0 J. GleIe
at t r moe It ..-rw
rathk -thea lilyavInev er Itt sould ea a it v ia nefev.ds ier and evl-keow"
It IE jLamt I"b astr boutV a nd _whe hyAcme Out o- the chars 0 r a bord5im 4wee
IS -- ridlsw "Sa, much ,,.t MAK TIbE m r OIAYd TWing
a. S "1-a 1l SE M abut VICEROYS that
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Experts Say GIs On Formosa



TOKYO, April 30-.-(UP)- Dis- ting the American-Communist
watchh of American ground troops talks under way.
to Formosa will make it easier Nehru- spoke of his personal
for tl- United States to talk talks with Chou on the Formo-
with Communist China, inform- san crisis and said Krishna Me-
ed '"okyo quarters believe, non also explained certain as-
Washington reports say the pects of the problem to Chou.
United States is considering "We now therefore Increasing-
sending Tokian ground force ly feel that the effort to bridge
to Formosa. the gulf between the United
Military quarters here believ- States and Communist China is
ed the proposal is aimed prim- Imperative in view of the grim
artly at increasing Nationalist alternative and the gravity of
C!,iurse morale. the crisis that faces us," Nehru
With U.S. fighting men dug In said.
on Formosa, President Chian Nehru said a "peaceful solu-
Kal-shek's government would ion of the Formosa crisis is not
place more confidence in 1u. S. unlikely."
ledIges to defend Formora and Nehru said that if the nations
the nearby Pescadores islands. concerned would take advantage
Chiang would know that f theof the situation "It could lead to
Communist Chinese attacked a healthy settlement."
Formosa with U.S. troops already "We feel and hope patient and
on the scene, America would be presistent endeavors will pro-
pulled into the fighting slmoet duce results," he said. Nehru ad-
at once. ded that India had the "advan-
By planting this confidence in tage of being friendly to both
the Taipel government, U.S. of- sics.
ficials would feel freer in ap- "We propose to avail ourselves
preaching Peiping for talks on a of every occasion and opportun-
ceasefire or release of imprison- Ity" he said. "Chou En-lal ask-
ed American airmen, observers ga for Krishna Menon to go to
think. a l te Peiping and I agreed,"
h Nationalists then could ashingtonsources said no
say "Go ahead and talk with decision has been reached on
Peiping. We don't care. It won't sending ground froces to For-
do you any good. We feel all meos. But they said Adm. Arthur
-right. Your soldiers are here." W. Radford, chairman of the
Meanwhile n N e w Delhi, Jaint Chiefs of Staff and As-
Meanwhile In Ne w Delhi, distant Secretary pf State Wal-
Ptime Minister Jawaharlal Neh- tr Robertson have discused the
ru announced today he was idea with Chiang.
.sending one of his top lleuten- Meantime, House Republican
*ntsa to -Peiping In hopes of get- Leader Joseph W. Martin Jr.,
tng direct talks started between disclosed that President Risen-
,he United States and Commun- hwer will meet with GOP and
"i China on the Formosa crisis. Democratic congressional lead-
Nehru .told parliament that era "in a few days," presumably
Communist Chinese P r em le r to discuss the Formosan situa-
Chou Bn-lal had invited V. XK tion.
KriAhna Menon India's perms- Martin made the statement
nent representative to the Unit- when asked for comment about
ed atlSons, -to come to Peplng the reported plan to send token
;and that Krishna Menon would ground forces to Formosa.
be leaving soon. ,The OOP leader said he could
I -wat a majer development In not t dnaent on the plan with-
thefforts of world dipleacy to out knowing more about it. But
achieve a cease fire in the For- he said the White House always
mo Strait and apparently the keeps Congress informed on any
flM concrete effort toward get- such developments.
Asked specifically whether the
meeting would take up the ques-
tion of sending troops to For-
mosa, Martin said he expected
"the whole subject of Formosa
would be brought up."
Radford and Robertson now
4 DAY .75 & .40 are enroute back to Washington.
_,_ 'Their report and recommenda-
Lions on'this and other aspects
S:45, 4:50, 6:55, 9:00 p.m. of the touchy Formosa issue
will be presented to President
Eisenhower and his top advisers
prompt ly for decision.
The StBte Department, mean-
WAfile, moved ahead with efforts
to negotiate a cease-fire with
the Chinese Communists in the
Formoags area.
Secretary of State John -Fos-
ter Dulles met with Pakistan
Ambassador Syed Amjad All in
what could be another move to
open up a channel of sommun-
lcation between Washington and
Red China.
This was the first direct con-
tact between Dulles and Pakis-
tan since Pakistan Piame Minis-
ter Mohammed Ali discussed the
prospect of UJ3.-Red China ne-
gotiations with Chou last Mon-

; nlt- s p inCO la COLOR


FiOp O;
p~bt :lL

Chea that the Red Iader "shaow
d every desire for pea ul
settlement." '
The United States is now seek-
ing to negotiate an Informal
ceasefire with the Reds through
diplomatic channels or by ex-
change of notea rather than by
wu of face-to-face talks.
Britain's envoy in Pelping al-
ready haa talked to the Reds to
sound .them out on ceasefire
..oberton and Radford alao
wq!p reported to have discussed
orter measures-auch as great-
eor military aid.
Sch moves, it was said, would
Nationalist morale nla
e 1 Matiemknta -held coutal Is-
Sm li Qmeasoy and Mates
ui to bivn aup as part of A
eeasefire agree
wort y sources aisd
l eenhower has no
of trying to induce



squadron of Sabre fighter planes aent will make noo attempt to
on Formosa since they w&ea block any/ ceasefire talkg be-
moved there to cover the Taehen twein the United States and
Island evacuation by the Nation- 1Bd China although they oppose
allst air base. suchn negotiations.
Nationalist Chinese warships Hoever, me oiilcial predicted
lammed 100 shells into Corn- the United States would find
munist Chinese positions oPPO- "r soon" that the Peiping
sitenvasion-threatened a i Communists were "tasincere
island, the Nationalist navy an- their offer to negotiate the ex.
nounced on Formosa plosive Formosa situateIo. .
The Navy communique said Officials were convinced that-
that "several artillery gun posi- nothing would come of such
tions were destroyed in the talks with the peiping regime.
Thursday bombardment cf Red Chou proposed at the recent
-m. cementst. Bandung conference that .'he
The communique said the United States and Red C.hia
bombardment was againsL Red discuss ways of easing teoa Ion
positions near Huangchi. The In the Formosa area with Na-
number and type of Nationalist tionalist China excluded from
ship taking part in the attack the talks.
were not revealed. However, the
Navy said that none of the ves- Elsenhower and Dulles expres-
sels was damaged. ted willingnes to enter into ueh
Chieng yesterday paid a flying talks but asked that the Chiese
visit to the Pescadores Island f Cmmunists approach their with
west of Formosa. The United sincerity.
States is committed to defend Nationalist officials on For-
the islands along with Formos mosas said they doubted. ti sia
under a Nationalist-U.S. mutual erity of the Communist... They
defense pact. predicted the talk would. never
A Nationalist official in Talpeh reach the stage of seriousnego-
earlier today said his govern- stations.


anUUiJ Lfo


At a meeting of ihe b
urtstees of twe Canal Zo7u
Committee Brig. GOn. Do
fallow, chairman, a~aga
C~aal Zone cancer e.a
wouldd be conducted beta
15 and May 51. The c ap
be the joint effort of al
Air Force, and COmp iW
ment installations. on t
For the Panama Canal
Ey-Canal Zone GoOemm40
Irockmman, executive. chi
cf the cancer com, = it t
bounced the appointmnelt
cia J. Moumblow ac chair
Pacific side solictiation ai
nization and George A.
well known Atlantic 8Ld.-:
sj chairman for all Ctom
Government instaUlatio .
sonnel on the Atlantic. id
Isthmus. .
The mUitajy coml ie
be represented by CoLS G
Leone and Lt. Co. Jack
den, U. S. Arry Caribbesi
William R. henny ,'Carib
Force Command; and L
Henry Kibseaard, FJfteen
val District.
As president of tha'-Ca
cancer committee, Gov. J,
bold has urged all raid
reoder heir wholeaba de i
and has invited evbryTone
tipate int his humanitarian
h the contribution of
the extent possible.
It was pointed out at th
of trustees meeting that .
cent of all funds contrib
the Canal Zone are retain
for financial assistance i
patients and 30 per cent
warded to the American
Society, Inc. for nation
It was also announced ii
the 70 per ccnt retained t
year's campaign, dlsbuh
af $9079 were made to ?7 r
locally for hospital servi
deal care. X-ray, and .
penses related to this IIk
Under the direction of I


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aConcer. ipaign ITT I9e
ky 15 T6M-by 31 Bys 2 rst

oard of uMow andt tati v e as
* Cancer have ben- I64cuduct* the .tbh at C .w
to Long- rolicit @ the Pan a-pi
tged, the ma aCal Canal ;Zon- he il
pp.a g n Goveram.ent aeea.. T ewe ad aafs
SllHeadquait.tP for the campaiD
T:rmy will be eaitsh at the Armed B ,bi, :rn-tO the follow. _.
-Govern. Y.M.,-A. g under the a"g A" Inex Fr: Lt. and O.u-m
I Canal direction of M. Eleanor Hodg. lic, k res, o Foart u- r. ame be *
son, who hb te". -to serve C s0; ad Ms. James ;,a'liatid4d
& s ofllce l throngbout the ..n U ul son W.t. a
Compa. camp In,, ,- -. nd a ._ JabaW. 'am i.i .'a d s .
at Lp .I". Jr., of C"o I40Ute,a ftu a.' Bth a

man Lfor. n the Cn, v Col. Ri chard dou, o .Mr.' ail M l s. Land.to oatf s f
n or a.L exott. ariO Air Forte Co for Gitten of Rainbow Citn bot iOe tw
,-y manu;? M r.r enthal, U ghter and Mr. ad Mrs. Jo- beIf s
Tyldl S ; Wa. Neso Ep Grpt. of2 Rainbow City, fouh grade
t a jr W Lns'f en y; Joseph son. -f M.W s oa, o
-f any- thej' -o posdy fCln sw ou OWA d V Land. w at r a Ustu

Majoundr d By oullefpo .,
-Firedn Rile a ,
tI Ar T eat-of twine wpa en mamt o tat'the
t e wd i n Gorgas cfhap rl ed durig the -Lt C. po ( be h

T. Wal- ciweekly: No deaths ivereporte ,uae c idte the

So The eight-vr-old .son of a Ca. rarnts. of te girl bbai were:p to serve tnt
ent o nal one detective was recover. Mr. ad Mrs. F Mr. and Ms, school year. ,
support ing today in GorgPs Hos pital of Panama; Mr. and Mrs W.aG. ther embers o e coalmnit.
rThereWteM22.rpatients admit.f tr
to par- from a wound i the hand 4from arrell of Dibhablre;. t. and Mrs.g the qi aemi to
as cause a bulNlet whih loded when he R. Brie, Fort hsayt on* Mre.ue oAlf nis f r* the
and to The enameled th trisanger of hisd address toys of thork d Mr. J tu Gamboa;e to serve r
iSey The e*gbt-ver-ol son of a Ca- parents. of the girl brbiqawere: 1 sholYear. Lorr' i

e board Zone detectives recover. Mr. a Mr a. nd Mrs. Fa t urund
u0 pep According to the boy's father, uta of ForPanobbeMr.ama; Mr. and "Mrs. W...tare
uted m Juan Casorls. hi son. Ricard, Mrs. L. G. Hemilton, of Balboa; D. R. Meriwether, of .ncou; Mr
ed herehd from found two .45 buInllet at the t. and Mfrom Farres. 8 J. Sroggginst. and Mrs. M. D.e Dv, of Alcricola
local plice pistol shoot two weeks ago, Fort Kobbe; Mr. and Mr G A. Dr. and Mrs. W. o B. erbofA
is for- and secreted the?. The detective rauB, of Glttuncillo; 8t. and Mrs. cc Lt. and Mr " "S
ancer took the bullet wh awa when heA J. Bose, of Lorona Mr asure of Diao bb St and
al re- disovered them, an p trigger of his toy cedMr. Newton obb, of Curnd; V.Rivera, o t obbb
i t~rem in a dreer drawer. Mr. and Mrs. H. E.Maximia Brown, Mr. and o r. o. ,o obbb'
amboa; Mr. a:bo.nd Mrs. P. F. C-nd.

Sp er Acco rday, the boy's fatherJ. FerSc of aFort Mr. andr.
tsements Juaner a aoa. bea placard o Mrs L.G0.,Hernioon, of Balboa; D eRDo ee, o an Mr.

ate_.ntse. owith thrm. fAe p'_eco on tMr.ona . "_ ": S Pa nam
aid here had found two .45 tblets at t and Mrs. S. J. Se b re ggins, of and Mrs. M. D. DAvof Balboa;
ies for- and secreted the' k rTOne detective rau,- of Gtunci St. and Mrs. C C Lt.and r M a dh,
Cancer took the bullets awa n he A J. Ros of Lcona Mr and iocs, of Fert kobbe Sgt. and
Malre- discovered them, a pIa c e d Mrs. Netn lCobb,o urnu; =r. V. Rivera.Cof FOltKobbber-
bit from DoI o,., ohilibre; Sgt, and Mrs. A. G ---boa; o Mr. and Mrs. R. A.

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