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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
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00730
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"Let she peopLe



Government Considcerfing

Having Civilia Doctors

Treat GI's De pndents

WASHINGTON, April 30 (UPI Army took responulbldty for
-Chairman Carl Vinson of the the dependents of men in iso-
House Armed Services Committ- lated frontier outposts.
eee disclosed today the govern- Now the armed services take
meant is considering a service- care of servicemen's families in-
Smen's medical insurance pro- sofar as facilities are ,available.
gram providing for p r vate The surgeon general sqid the
r treatment of oI dependents. Army wold favor a plan pat-
S The Georgia Democrat made turned after the non-profit Blue
Sthe statement following a plea Cross-Blue Shield plans.
S 33rY "SMn d ar by the Army surgeon general Dr.-S, H. Cushing, deputy as-
THE 33rd INFANTRY's operation od Rad'expedion rines tofoto Bello late Thursday at the com for a "clear-cut decision" on sistant "defense secretary for
letion of their 11-ay trek through the jungle lon th rote of the hist1 Camino Real. At the head of the col. how much care servicemen's health aod medical services, said
-I ,.T., L A.Patrick I 1 cris, .00 r.eR, onen of t families should get from Army the armed forces will need 6926
un re ft) Patrok ro, ner baton p R., one of the two observers doctors. physcias n the next two years
fr m the th int. Re and (right) ,st.t."James W. MDonald, Hq. Hq. Co., 33rd Inf. Regt. the xpediton's and 380 dentists, to replace
ArmyR Maj. Gen. George E. Arm- men leaving the service.
S ".(S (US Army Photo) n strong testified the job of min- Armstrong explained the Due-
-lsterin to GI families has be- fanse. department i g u res
SeTerrble come so tremendous" it is in- three doctors are needed for
S "ter with the doctors' "basic every100 servicemen.
military mission." He defined one doctor keeps the troops
I this as atomic defense, biologi- healthy, Theother two are
Sp l cal warfare and evacuation, needed t for training and plan-
S HtI"We would welcome the op- ning and for dependency care
L'ua e portunity to turn part of th I Ie said.f
.hload over to civilian doctors to
handle," Arnistrong said in re- He said 581 doctors could, be
spone to Vinson's announce- released from duty if service-
WASHINGTOi, April 30 (UP) ment. men's dependetns used civilian
The United States lost 23 medical care in places where it
millionaIt in 1952, according He emphasized, however, the is vilablre.
to figures published today. by program would not eliminate He emphasized he. opposet
the Internal Revenue Service. the need for an extension of limiting dependency care and a-
The s cyce's preliminary rei the doctors draft reed that curtailments would
t 12 wra !.rAi atrovs effect o
oarsecome of t mrolmoir. l os- lg a tweo- r extensi n of Vinson said
Srs or more. In 1951 tere were dhie rs dbe atr .. an-n- dt
Adjusted gross Income is total Earlier, the American Medical settit of infusion down there at
income minus the expenses of Assn. clashed with another ad- the 'Pents n."
earning that income. ministration spokesman ov the Assistan Army s e c r eta
The report said the govern- proposal. The AMA opposed the Huh M. Milton said extension n
ment received nearly 57 million extension of e doco af law is ab-
tax returns in 1952, or m o r e solutly necessary" to assube r
than 1 million than in 1951. Vinson said committee staff adequate medical care for some 1
The 1952 returns reported experts and the Defense Depart- t llion members of the armed
total adjusted gross incomes of ment have been working on the forces. The law is due to expire
216 billion dollars which was an non-profit insurance lan for June 30.
increase overf almost 13 million951. servicemen's dependents. Dr. Walter B. Martin, AMA
About three-quarters of the The GI's themselves would president, called the law "repug-
returns showed income of less continue to receive regular mill- nant." s
returns showed income of leo tar medical care. He said the armed services
Patrol ,from the Intellieuce and Aeoawoaini e Platoonf traces of the 4Camino Real" half of all ,0 The incounme reported could get enough physicians
during the expedition. From left are: Pfe, Joseph Pitts; fe. Ted Allen, platoon sergeant; and almost one-third of he 28 Armstrong said present poll- without a draft f they would t
FPfe. Cyrille Pouch: fc. Oleg Kelkuagov; ._Jo Delga Pfe. Peter Pelerito. Two of the men billion dollars in income t a x les as to dependency care make military service more at- t
are holding lVei o rock whih i.e am added he old road. paymentsback to the 1880's when the tractive.
r uo:: "Indian Driyer
.. id V SEN, Ala., AprilB30n New Panama-To-Mi
cu d0.B 1*--Mrs. John Miller said a "con- Canal Zonians, and people gural flight out of Panama f
siderateut motorist stopped hisbab
,..siderate" motorist stopped his from across the border too, who Wednesday afternoon. a
mothball rolled into the street. The Stateside vacations now have at A group of visiting officals ua
ballmotorist, however, picked up theit. least some of their problems from Miami, including the Ma-C
Sball and drove off with it. solved. yor, as well as local newsmen A
will be among the 72 passengers t,

PITTSBUROGH, April 39 _(UP) Campbell. and Florls Hampton. her. Mrs. Parker's stepson, Wal Soft Pedaled A new airline Aerovias Pa- a ied on the first flight out.
--A diminutive circus eown and both 14!year-old Negro girls, ter Parker, rescued the Hamp- nasal Airways -is now offer- APA features convenient dasy- a
blind disabled war vet Rk m. -owning last Aug. 27. ton girl with difficulty and also DElVER, April 30 (UP) Do- in t he lowest fares round-trip time om- day, deay and Sunday at 4 e
-ere a ng 17g sons elte by c 0diren grabbed Mrs. was awarded a bronze medal. mestic Judge Joseph E. Cook pany p.m. The Sunday flight stops atf
,he Carneeg ero Fu .d 0o- B er Wer.vMe water, submerging The Campbell girl perished with gave William A. Coslett a divorce Kingston, but the other two are q
mission aY for outstanding Mrs. Parker. yesterday on grounds Mrs. Cos- Initiating the thrice-weekly direct four-hour trips.
acts of f*roism. d.i A bronze medal and $80 per lett had not permitted him to service is a four-engined DC-6 Trans-Caribbean, one of the
Ann er of the heroes died in .month disability benefit went to wear shoes in the house for five which arrives here tomorrow, oldest independent airlines in c
a errescue attempt and was George D. Hemphill, Union Mills, years and had allowed him to and will prepare for its inau- the Ukited States helped spark c
hb po thumously. N.C ,. and a bronze medal was sit on a new sofa for only 10
Te blind veteran, Charles B. given H. Hugh Simpson, Union seconds.
Vines. MOile, AiL, was voted Mills, for their unsuccessful at-
a silver Odal for.. fculutg tempt to save the driver of a
two women frs drowialfg, gasoline tank truck which had .Mama'sBoy
and bronze medals were a. been hit by a train. aB
warded i thwmer oer16 cases. The accident on July 2, 1954, COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo., .
In addition, the commission at Union Mills, ruptured the April 30 (UP) Police hauled
granted a disablement pension tank which contained 5200 gal- James Fulks, 26-year-old Fort
of $960 a year in one case, a di4- lons of gasoline and doused both Carson soldier, off to jail to
aboment benefit of $1,000 in an- rescuers and 4 large surround- sleep off a "drunk" yesterday
othe2 and awards totre lindu ct ina arean ds th men reached when they found him asleep at
250 In cases for educational ard the trapped driver, Carl Greene, Memorial Hospital.
other worthy purposes, the fuel Ignited with explosive Police said he was sleeping Iar
The commialeon was estb- force. h
lished in 1904 wader a five mrl- Iemphill and Simpson, un-
lion dolar grant by the late able t1 save Greene, fled LaborDa-
Andrew )WY Carneuse, -INMe* throuFI-wlls of flames to .
burgh mteel magnate. ward safety but suffered se-
The nommissiLo meets three vere burks 0Tomorrow is Labor Day
times a year to vote awards aft- areene boriahed and Hemphrill Panm d k
e- reviewmK reports of acts of required extensive sJ..n grafting N f it' th
herreen hreortps oat 01 r 4 gospitalisa- what LaOr0 Day Is. It's t0e

N.eVdwho ie io Breadlove, Campton, Ga., for Ci" "y us. So no Panased
low perform o ln lzaimsh saving George oarrett, 50- American till Tuesday.
Ineh as home woena
and tell wlle 1!epIa house afire.
st In Wiater ,ulUI Attracted to the scene, Bread-
F Blove crawled through thick
.I than' M. R m- reach the imncmscious Garrett.

Both recovered after the res-
Vibe ws S i he ti'at cue from t&l NOV. 18. 1964, accl-
volce of- a dent although Breadlove was
rested Bara. Wood, 15, hospitalized for a month with
Sa Anne i18, from severe respiratory effects from
tlrownins. the Le KRiver at 9SMSl" T smoke.
Merrilln ., June 27. 1954. |beetcaug" A bronze medal was awarded
0 aregle awards in- Lof strl at Curtis Poaey of New Orleans, a
el Park. Wrln 15-year-old schoolboy, for say- Most kids oe well informed
aS" of i. s 0i d, ds ofDorothy about yting6g# they don't haow PANAMANIAN STAFF OF ~E NEW AIRLINE 0APA" poses in fromt
O L L. rC*e. ot"M o tog shudX Panama., Shown left to right are: Victor A. Paredes, Pacttoe" I
OmA .P' i ...... ta Olmedo. Angela f I de U& de. VM a Mendes, CA "L-f
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Would Accept |

Ceasefire If

Reds Want it

WASHINGTON, April 30 (UP) Nationalist China
has promised the U.S. it will honor a ceasefire in the For-
mosa straits if Communist China agrees to one, according
to informed sources here today.
It is understood that Adm. Arthur W. Radford, chair-.
man of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and Undersecretary of
State Walter Robertson obtained the promise during re-
cent talks with Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek in For.
Radford and Robertson arrived in Richmond, Va., this
afternoon and will spend the night at- Robertson's home.
Tomorrow they will motor to Washington to report on their
mission to President Eisenhower and other government of-
Meanwhile, 12 Republican Senators have expressed
their support to President Eisenhower's efforts to put an
end to hostilities in the Far last and negotiate with the-
Peiping government, as long the rights of Nationalis
China adre protected,

||nlr Yall- Q i

British Strike
Set lledor ff
Is Called Off

- The Defense Department an- LONDON, April 30 (UP) A
bounced that Adm. John Henry threatened nationwide railroad
Towers, a Navy aviation plo- strike set for tomorrow was call.
ider, died at 11;30 a.m. today at ed ofX today.
it... Aibsns Naval Hospital Ja- The decision was made follow.
paica, Long Island, N.Y. Inga meeting between represent.
tatives of the Associated Society
He was admitted to the hos- Of Locomotive Engineers an4
vital Feb. 16. A Defense Depart- Firemen (ASLEF) and the Brit,
nent spokesman said death re- Ish Transport Commission, whioc
ulted from cancer. runs the nationalized railways.
Britain's biggest union chief
Towers, 70, was one of the first acted as mediators in bringing
hree officers assigned to avia- both sides together to head of?
ion duty in the Navy. Ithe walkout which would have
paralyzed the nation's economy.

ami Airline All Set
be idea of a cheap, direct Pan- by El Panama Hotel and served
ma to Miami flight by becom- with wines and liqueurs. .
ng operationally affiliated with
LrSvr The newly formed A well-known local desIer,
ompa y Is headed by Panama Cristina Almanza, has crelatl a
assemblyman Heraelio Barlet- Pollera type apron com t
a. Capt. Juan A. Mas, veteran with embroidered csross-stie
Panamanian pilot will be man- and red Pompons to add a gay
aging from the ground, while Panama tolch to the hostesses
r. S. pilots with million-mile attire. The near royal blue uni-
xperience to their credit will forms will be worn by Panama-
ly the super DC-6 and DC-7 e-_ an stewardess Angela Refx
ulpment. whose fanmir Comes from QU.
riqui, and tWo American girlI
Air passengers on the n e w who are arriving tomorrow,
raft will be treated to full- The entire offie staff w"'.
course chicken dinners catered crued here oCe staff was re
cruised here and will operate
from the hotel lObby as well &S
__from their office at No. 15 Ave.
nida Peru.

t of the ticket booth at Hotel
lata, Jr., Irma Morales, Ani-
RA. M. .a. warner Wolf.

According to Chalk, Tiar
Caribbean president, there IlTo
reason why passengers shou,,
not get the benefit of a rafe(
six cents a mile.
P "The cost justifies it,"
explanation of APA's redhi,
The new reduced-fare airline
company promises to bring con-
siderable tourist trade bene-
ficial to both Panama and4
Miami, and businessmen from
both countries are looking fey'
ward to an upsurge in sales. .
Leaf, Seed, Pod
Of Local Plants
To Be Displayed
A display o te eaf. seed, seA
and flowr at 32 famnil14
al plants, prepared by Rov
Sharp of Summer Experimen
Gardens is ow being exhibit
in the second lighted exhibit cae
of the Canal m Museum in
lobby of t9e( Affairs Bz
The c'olectipak yas arranged 1.
shown in lees %uIts by the -
visitor to- boft the uI
Gardens snd the Canal
an easy m eod ltyin
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*3 H I' V `i lPM-,1.Tversltyand W es-c
military. training is oei puls or y
et md length of service fw fo w al. youn-men after high
Mtany yea01 Joseih G. Black Srt. .Airi.Un cb(o or college grduatlon.1
wd--. wnmder. Balboa field office, Ele- Girls learn nursing.
t on, V I trial Divits : 13. yiars. 10 Casablanca, Morocco, claims
,: 16 da s. the world's b ggest mtunic I pa 1
MIss Alice E. Candee, temdber, swimming pool, 1,575 feet long
IialbrHihee Hgh Schaol;3 3 -Yl ta .nd 346 feet wide. M erish girls
.,. three "months and 26 da. :often arrive at the poe in robes
Harold D. lialverson~-4emamu jnd veils, disappear into dressing
rations branch, Electri cal Di "v rooms, and emerge in brief bath-
^ A .L sio n 30 yersan. 1 dat.cher ing suits.
ML6 Bett) A. Ryan,.. teacber -.
Balboa elementary h o o 1; i d Canada's high north is a frozen
S. yarp, one month and six days. desert The northern islands get
lriD '3- Hugh L. Samples, heavy equip- little more precipltatioat han the
Smnert operator. Motor Traporta- Sahara. Mo.;1 of it comes down
t on Divisio-.. 21 years, fo r as snow that blows back and forth
months and 14 days. for months before IC melts. Inrr
winter and spring. skies. sta
Doula. Shelton, wood, t eel ear and sunny for weeks on
and car inspector, Railroad Divi- '11. .
a : 15 years, lour menth$ and Alexander Grhlim -I, t h e
... ightdays. inventor of the ts. 4bo, was ac-
ti e for 51 years m tacher, cob-
_i_.... _, __ Walter E. Zimmeran,, Ire ai- sstadtant, .rese. rch and Pres I -
worker welder. Atlantic 1eks; 38 Ser.t of the boardat Clarke SchQol
years, 10 months and 16f 'or the Deaf at ,14la m p to n,
llfr *Nfl Black is a native of' W aus.
Indiana, and was first molded
q-by the Can, organization 918 The num be- of m r vehicles
as. an aimauure winder in the operating in the ryugey Islands
ZO M lBalboa field office of the o lectri- southwest of Japan has Increased
-A tel Division where remained for eatly since World War II. Where,
Slo I two years. He retired to South i ere were onlyo 300 before the
Bend, Indiana. In 1920 and did not war, here ire now', 4,40 owned
SS.. '.. return to the Isthmus until '14e and run by slanders,,. -
-when he was re-employed asnA -n
L6S t A nsmature winder. Private contractors capture ele
After his retirement, Blac k yhants in southeastern ast Pa.
p ans Lu make his home In Gor, istan by means of a kedda. a
SLona. circular stockade 20 yards in dia-
S ,Miss Candee one of two school meter, with vlainfyrced Walls of
?lhtwar teachers to retire from" service avy logs 12 to 15, fet high. A
itis month, was born, in Natga- lg gate slides up a down like
tuck, Connecticut, and has teen aunne h ed
HGerns , teaching school in the Canal Zone chute, with wells 00 years ong
A rtsy of since 1924. Ehe was -asasigned to leads to the entrance. It is 50
nt the Balboa Elementary Sc h ol yards wide at the mouth and nar
scrolls, richly and later taught in the B a boa rows to the w:dth of the gate. The
and delicately J ior gh school. Since 1937, stockade is cvefutly camouflaged
c she has ben teaching in the BalD- with newly cut b~r inches aned
moulded into a boa High ~chool. vmines. Sevetan. hundred beaters
."eo fgracekb- H drive the wild ele hants toward
es.o rae-. Miss Candee Is leaving the Isth, the chute where ey are finally
curve mus early next month and will corralled.
Starved to reflect make her future home in Bridge- The first free diagnostic caner
port, Conn. The first free diagnostc cacer
the scintillating Halverson,, who was born in clinic in the United States was o-
created Chicago. M., bad completed 30 opened in Columbus, Ohio, in 1921.
by its soft years of unbroken service with Today hospitals at the St a t e
the commur.cations branch of Health Cent'i on the campus of
tundulating sur- the Electrical Division upon retire- Chio State Urniversity admit more
| faces.. .gives aent. than 2,000 cancer patients a year.
life to this He first came to the Isthmus Direct shipring was established
lovely patter in 1925 from Chicago as e of this year been landlocked Pa.
the techniciAns from the Automa. raguay and the United SI ate s.
tic Electric Company to inst a ll Previously gudls aboard deep-sea
Kd tie automatic telephone system in vessels were transferred at Bue
nie.p th" e Canal Zone He was one of nos Aires or Montevideo to river
ah. I.l several to remain here to work boats and railroads. But now riv-
with the Canal organization He tr channels have been improved
S*;'aa employed as a switch m a n and small freighters go from the
for a number of years and was Atlantic up the. Rio. dola Pl.a,
S. *,, made general fore nan In 1946 HI e Ithe; Parana and the Paraguy to
was been chief of se branch alacV Asuncin. Shipping time .from
l beent. c1 oNew York has been eat from eight
Mr. and Mrs. Halverson will o four weeks.
go to the Weat Coast of the Unit- -
cd States and Olan to make their Three fourth of Brazil's 57,098,-
home in Reno Nevada. 000 people crowd within a 100,-
C.- L native of iankersley. Kentue- mile-wide coastal strip.
DeUvery ty, Samples served nine years .
I.-- with the United States Army be-
Sfore he wai employed with the
Canal organization as a chauffeur
h" h -W-k imvriOn!q ,%ith the Quartermaster division
lIn 1920. He leit the service in 1927
and returned to the States. He
returned to the Canal Zone in 1940
and has been employed as a
chauffeur and heavy equipment.
.- operator In the Motor Transporta- Q
ton Division.
Mr. and Mrs. Samples have left
for the States and will make their
fIture home in Leesburg, Florida.
Born In Melissa, Texas, Shelton
served year in the U.S. Army
and worked in California, Texas.
Oklahoma and New Mexico before
cumni to'thu Isthmus in 1937. He
Vau lust emoloyqd as a foreman
Carpenter with the Municipal En-
Sineering. (now Maintenance) Di-
,sion. He was later transferred
to the. Industrial Division and has
since 'been emsloyed as a carman
and steel and car inspector.
Mr. and Mrs. Shelton leave ear-
lyin May and wili make their
home in Alburquerque, New Mexi-
co. FolloWing his retirement.
Miss Ryma f th second Canal
Zone school teacher to retire
from Canal service this month.
was born in Cartis. Michigan. e L ibs e
Elementary Brboo since 1925 e h with her ne "co
celebrated her 30-year anniversa- etino atest fashion touch in
xy of contuesous service with the uuny Sicily. 'The little collar
Canal argaalation in' March. and te top te stral bath
Following her retirement, Miss ing suit.
Ryan wil go to California and will
.'imake her home in San Diego.
Zimfwerman was ,born in the
town of Yokum, Teaxs and arrnrv-
-aed on the Isthmus with hlis fami-
Sly as a boy One ot his first jobs
a with the Canal organization was
^" .- g, a water bi y in 1916s. He later
: -4 ical Division ado as an operator
M rwith te Panama Railroad in

Balboa abo|M tfl 1936 when he
s traut to the Atlat
et- c L a .a loek oerator. He WV= -

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,tyA rtsentation. Washington is the me. Theyi in
... oroo ckat capital in the ftee duce the d
1W G'l The wo ld where the people har7e1ankon wre
?iy of crusading we ep suffra- abol" o say as to how their step.Fa
t: are not yet dead, That is if goave At is run. It's a d i. Astaire, .
SHarr w.r ia grace, ested to learn
i and l Suc ah1 t ish with the law .
that s citpen o n ern, could- pt Mrs. Harriman W ae
uMr ou. We uiahou viarl lmaug e lithmale and female,.have no any el b Behind bars. "9 0e
rraltamof rt*ight to vote either. in local or of Ubre cautious frin e a
S has a e t; l r-teomfaeDltas .utional elections _all e's waS- have ,la sgaint such a step ai
go C009 1111 t9o ,e3 L thwis V I TO .f w iiho .to t t O t D o T m i n
On1, Jft t ii. -th ta.oe a athw1o
S to wi m-lp asto, eohey a t r thinkItWould be a
ariman his game.; factih's t ,
t cti ufe I a her she a pointed by lfte
veaaie re po -A ae ""?0 te Nioe wi vi

._aiP .s- iruitaa pat, MeinW l n._u she f ld hB
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.1 76, Ve' na a. eets aend .qr ao'Mire i femal colid hab. via .^ I b' o .
K.Y WTlORWOO. Wright h ditinca te xtred W, Averl arrman .pot H ifeminl could aa
S. appearance which c Wl s es in nlw Tri. " g t'l ip urds tnieatln.a r
N tWeva ent In u l.-.attnr as it is viewer from t. years of civic and social se folns .e i
Iag idt e ie .be of. plrt-I different angles. Ot o pf r new m tyt. polieal .qupbbles, hair' aged that. When see from nero
l.in;,..omemakeru patterns combine cdls and Islng exgiernlcc a alse leea ead Norway t happens
--dula t m bning eexpertefeego Ia o Ammuemarent, u r
h i <1Niust w It h- textures in raised, del .of rn.hip. with' I wek#At Aid jI1- spot, and chiefr
A- rigors. of a growing dots, squares or ries. m rept, she's it h n ood to be i oState Depart chief
afjml. en with fairly strict Colors range from right to l quits. A mare. she alarm. Then 70, btoso to di r e l. The sto I
rules laid down to protect the ubdued to accommodate manu ass 'idiuus the e til raid untl finl l'pdl l tt a e pll. The story Ia
iVing room chairs and couch faturers of f onture o he dea that o lades shod stk flea to Sweden with -- -- her and her
Mm casual abuse, spots and .hsaad. or ti onal use. 14 thei d fo m kBob MAl.t
asina bloom like daisies In the y ill- Hickok .
ilo ld, hdgpt cone-Ibased finish wh o hisap-, s olar we milr awse rt ..dt'tbe min e
,ont ask ine why exam- plied to decorative farics by to e thatWasington i political bales and York, he took h

rlt as er, fohr aem- uple te h to ,"overaam s o 0e HsrioCofrerve th o h ernrhh daughter, Toddy
,a little visitor cided that xl finishers. T hi finish ae ess," ei l i 7ll.De1 A e imoore. ever sin fe is athe im
logical hidingg spot for elrar em be seen or felt, although __ an who is efohah ofte ipr hspebas r ofor W._, sdthe main e
i to e d egg was under; it. is clalp nd that treated fab- ton Home Rule Committee no pio 1912. Sm afte .
-cuahion on our couch. Weric s rd 'a softer "hand" the a pdwer beh drive 1 asmlan a e sM l M r el Lawrence equal police rights to -silnothi ne's ba
aed whei we discoveredItunt mtedumaterial e. the Di otrctusabl it only womanmereroftewdere nll gave Nor has It he

lFonga hoidin for dr ctant O jbel mhre lcano p o r I. ae0m-At l t' wf erpltleereiwgst h ionoh erean
after her father, a he Purpose of the ish toAfter fertin the of her a rightheanted to performs .his wo

cenr er foterabi hief -vbn e none b to r aWe h t femal sm th 1ne male, cia .48' way from home
elder, havl'sat on t. e l. p fihe rs reals .int spots, and i t anyo hl rnneol e dty thedto enov r forlong.he-chldTie w when
& Uelt dqvneopn l itlU as gwho tey Edito occur, toe P mak people inethe country do rat tthee male salmrn, the m ale, c pm a
cover a in teralh them easier to hrelai up. Water herea" a. a eMale Insects also tfoh ogistsawith their de- children saw hi
bines the porosity of fab ric'or liquids don't penetrate tab-. i' P3 a mnge ., sh o t ,ndifOrtherights of heis action. They s
the durability of vinyl. arc surfaces as quitly' or e leasily sohoer aitao.,am n eerybody'snt h c et
y asd ai casanbe oIfh feyrnofnen, etwe ese r.
th fa t u e of v y a they do untreated material- ll t como

be-entouted forh years but wfldy tceanbeadr rwitr ho -u!n
W. of all-plr em uphostery, ih a tei p a Ie i rit.W o fs ff i

oth ortble sit. y--r ne-i nl n10 .p .orov-a toPsonott.-. i d t ti e a
a tn e Is e lienP 1 obbles, tou ate.' lheI
be Vinfwitingtot ponhet.otl.fai o ar bo f a.. Furondig crj j joined men's epxpressingV0-'
atBy porous to illow..air to requestin writing to-theWorn- a w A, i .ltd throwotfo reD lw clubs, made himself as sourcefulnesRA
-imlate. The now plastic an's Pa E editor of the ma.v ;erPalIon a sigtopic of thea q -this carei possible fro the day of h. e
aada nintAyp Aa me tnNr' t teWS toe co, of that regarded
S.a. .a .im.. hot under the coer, sh c l ao sIr la ) ao uap regrtri lm n i e r s h r
walkways cool them off with one sb ue srwt6a'e Inf,

't tthaa~~ieDot t sh te who do Wtf
reaomncf hisrlyhts In .h et that banished roar qto:oturh

own: -home, I don t won er Undodan divorce.' ejoet le Tho e.I t--
flke.e onse '. ebit. or am In"t healinquency and e ofllywit. ed psyc ilara
sd nolog rth n.hbJ Alned4 As there' snoth, lieAN ts day It is bo
k14mitafreerVa,.l .obasIphed, baritone -lro dtor It's glfl ,air
le Fee te b ke o .clearing homes of thed e-stick aher,

aren m r : o miato hate.a overrun oentious tmaiM g- m of H
yrao. So w.t -the feminist tionalsm that drives moher.a4l de
ca ldimdT ii ffor refus- to, make .bli productUeo.out' and c .

eForba switch fromhtrgadi"tion al" .. -"p" "
wedding.bouquets,how boI o A enl ICrr
. ..-.p. white, pink and .candy stripdred I fl
carltions with a tiny trail of
ivyOrwhitelMlwith pink
.rsblue. hyRObSeOrGAl
VP hllb-grown one?
..ar wh eK th cr 91

.o"ammn. Shrimpto pr ittleshe olar or Is a a eipet ha wuh sregpy- P is a In latere tn .
'whit shrimp., medim avot 'cons slrfubstituteor-rn s ore a p s

in. march wad an eismtll o wfrtche
fi.fri an-t

Asthe E impireforveryo atahn .eh at- 2 po thnn awt-AM' e
ter i no. noent coaed eshrip (-' tomr fo I o c
flakwies O htee r rimpkmedium Al s taie.l ei v s eet vn Ibl. e ins I lt e lstT

S'/l n e let o tob "e- aelsSIt n i.tmP .. sl r :c te -0.a

ome odt teve c sontry ms a.buteepso n apr e.40ell

flaen their f inest spell. yeur oandcuplieoilwichesfusheo
extravasgat It is not, ;laesr I!aseekaa -ar
paringprotenl to protein is e shell ski
tatpW l i dA WItLWtethfrht sat pin Jbb
-lke.onthe U.ot-erco e esent"

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prise and .mli- When 6filol-gM A.t .n .
..nltre sty!*.j.n -iatien6
like best about 1ctiwte .,e popular. Am'p.pf.
isband comes modem Znoctoi '
h.4 president of hoMmmetei-
Panama. ULl mare Miat1* iad;tB, -
Sc hester, New'Plen about lAi bn .tLiM
his 14-year old, _ambme muWst.ba.1 g ftl
to a nightclub, frt
entertainers were d thin& Vd
.. allowed to sak 1-
ly missed. aloe"and emilbru
" ..e are aborbid quely by' l
helped that Dad and must be In.t.ad.
rk as a man a- wt a dwa,' I l';,,
this woman and. mark.' .
m in conquering *
w him hew logs rmportetmarble i
nthl the mar", more vlat mcol'06t1t0a._
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Us.amfl*S rf uM."k furd' fttlunfrle, Pqesident of ihe iwumnA (ibtClub, Jim. Iey, J.',I. ILay,
Fad Moran, Jack pem4 'hqds., i. 1 nd Went mmmefreund, who donated the opri .
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a e other plaer a rs as welkias': .'' i; ri / 2 . | :- J
the spectators got a buffet lun- '".."*''..q". '- .- : '
cbeo rovided by.,SonmiaWeund t .: ,. .. "
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idi Ar'ntovm erring, eitl-
er, a" witn~ e rCt that young
bevoohMlr Jack Perantie too
the men's fifth flight. ,
The resuhltm the tournament'
vwioh dci ed-AprBfl4 W ie'aid fdl-
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Midahiht Jftni.Rity 6ppg d
the menas championship -fli g'h-t.s..
Jim pill .Alankl' heat ackw asrt
vsiartai PiuI Mormaredged Bill
Duffl n qk4aUy'topwd Bobi
Wal*er -.Dusi.. hodsL bet DGm-
bora'. Joutkerd JakBera'.
,e- r. won orve.i ry Ahe:
e<,B eaa.n.W, ai .-to o kr
M I Y tty. he ,i woaena's
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that Melslia4 g*"Mt vle ponaor
another Juvenia Watch Tourna-
sent a 'yp; for 'uy.aM:.
mnernd .ii ape.r
dthaeUdPWOSE!- be Se tlae.
WJa.r- stt il -yw ar aswatach
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t 'the soul of tift-late ?residpt
J0o Antonio R aoh w be De4
at San MAl u biX.. MonA
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was approved immediately by all
I oThb.ion Wallinger
and French Charge d'affaires
Roer. Lalouette will meet in
yippp4 again Monday to try to
SflA aAustriad treaty draft
which Would end 10 years of
military occupation.

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VIENNA, April 30 (W) -
i return uIll
a sdoef jnWlt ,Austria when
the treaty Is written.
The SovietS, who have been
making propaganda capital of
the withdrawal of obstacles they
j -I 'Lt O _# .tre a t ,y s, g g e s t-
iq ti ofIll alr
erelgnty be lubmltted for con-
sideration and study."
Soviet ilikO, Commissilonert .
,. Iyloflhev 'ualp A', hew propa-
ganda move at Austria at to-
day's meeting of the four-power
Allied High Commission, for Aus-
Utr1. He aid RuMia is willing to
let -ustrfil purchase and oper-
ate live 'helicopters and five
light planes for "mercy mis-
Britahi's Sir Geoffrey Wallin-
ger promptly sugeIted that all
existing bls od Austrian avia-
tion be asbollbed; opening the
way for Austria to have mill-
tary and commercial aircraft.
Wallinger, was supported by
U.S. High Commistsoner Llewel-,
lyn E. Th m ,
T Ze, W _to k posal appar-
ently took 'plc_ y by surprise
and blunted the propaganda ef-
feet of his "nriesy plane" sug-
He ducked the Western pro.
posal and .recommended that
the suggestloh of full air sov-
ereignty .be set over for further
study. k
The "mercy plane" proposal
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tie. Mew iastila elements. May
L- s y Cf A 'A. 35 -. s ra .

be sIMn at trn. 34-A. AlbrOok.
AP0 FO RSAL:.-6. i 9 Wt. 2.doar
CA refrigeraer. $200.00; Apex 60
R cycle weshing machine, $40.00;
JIM RIDGE .-lnut doing table ond 4 chain.
JulAv. oo oo31 meYAtaf '!eiJ rd.
14.21 4th of 3uly Ave. $9., cyle, fal, .00
Phone Paaa -0S S10.00Ajr 57-A
Acs Dc. lo. 2053-D.

Iaa lgfOU with FOR SALE-Ges drive"rteable
SOPRAtCIORS buttery charger. Briggs Strat-
-S A-tog *engine T2 volhh. 40 *mps
generator meiOted- on four wheel
rAa wogon. ZCon be used a electric
a ii .L-LAC liIght plant. Seen a 'lioi6do 1524,
Or1 i b otratie) Apt. K. Govilen Area.

FOR SALI;-,WetinhoMse re-
frigeratr-and I Norg pores-
lain refrigerator, bel. 5 cycle.
5341-D Davi St., Diuble, C.
Z. 2-3505.i

FOR SALEi-*,Ape-m- fodometic
60 cy. hmeNr new egnd. cost,.
.$275.00. sell $125.00. light
roll down wood slat poalkshades
96 in new condition $7.00
police. One rei 0nccsisoli chair
with sip 09oiner, irO.Op. Bel-
boa 2409. "

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G lam or Wood Jalousies

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fN' SALE:-Glider and ether
furniture. Twin bed with
spring mattress, $25.00.
tek dress, $1 each.
set 4 chel 15.00.
n table' 2 c $5.00.'
.Inger button holoJe 10.00.
lemrsttcher, $4.. .lux
.cfoanpr with -951 -md ts
good running condition, $25.00.
25 cyei fen. $15.0". neoleum.
gmerefl cart, shelves and other
edds aodindsi G.i Trvel.Iman
$4.50. 1558-A. Balboa.
FOR SALE: Wedgoweed 'Corn-
flowdr" dishes for your replace-
mmU rfViPpr-OWr halff price.
Sunday only. 2 p.m. to 9 p.m.
5965-A. Diable.

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Caald Ave. 43

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A atmobi se leM. aU nmkes.
Mow end Uad eos- Automobile
liuseane. 6007 Fro e S. Phone
1604, eon 741, Copna.
1955 Liln" '4 4 SMan,
1,060 milo, or ew, only
$3600.00, trade Is accepted.
Studebaker 2-doery Sedan, new
upholstery, tires like now. only

Fastest aen in Pnaome--1953
Jeguer XKI20, fixed head
Coupe, engine peks at 5.600
1953 Cedillas Conpe Deville,
12,000 miem. ear Ilke new,
trod in accepted.
FOR SALE:-1950 Buick. Ex-
pellent condition. Radle, heater.
w tires, new upholtry $700.
Navy 368 after 5:00 p.m.

FOR SALE: 1952 Ford. 4-
dee., 4 cylinder, Fordomatic,
27.000 miles. Qhn. 362-1. Fort
Cloyton. Phone 17-5221.

FOR SALE:-- 1952 Chevrolet
4-door Deluxe, OcSellent condi.l
lion. Margeuit PhIme 3-3150.

FOR SALE: 1948 Lincoln
Coups, good condition et bar-
gain price. Phone 3-2116, Pean
ama City.
FOR SALE:-Loe-Franch sports
car, perfect thru out. Dergin
et $1600.00. Mcllvaine 2211-
I, Curundu-83.-5110.

FOR SALI: 151 PeIkerd
'f300" 4-doer Sedan, blask,
W-S-W, likW new. Owner lev-
ing. Prime $1.100.00. Curundu
5231 after 5:00 p.m.
FOR SALE:- 1941 Plymouth,
$150.00. -Good meter, good
ires. Ft. Ameder 4121.
FOR SALE: 1951 Peakard
Coupe. Excellat condition, orl-
ginal owner, 2 .0000 miles, ose
coven, hydramato, very meson*
blne. Phone Bae*o 2870.

Fourth k July Ave.
Agenoia Internal. d6 Publioaslonil-
4a Cml, Ave.
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BOX 1201 ANCON, C.Z,
REPAIR refinish be.ie,. Rat-
tam frntlure, guerentee week.
Heuse service. Special prices.
Phone 2-5174.

Miscellaneous '
FOR SALE:-BeRmbo bar, with
matching wall shelves, $35.00.
CLewom 5124.
FOR SALE:-Gold fishes, ecue-
plums.'fitew. San Frnche 7th
St.. ,use 18. Tel. 3-3557.
FOR SALE: Africea vletk,
rues and other plants. Pyl SI:.
house 2483-A. Tel. 1464 3el.

FOR SALE: --Stre-tech PriaE
mate lons (with viewer) for
amileg Steore Slides from any
35 MM Camers (new). Also
Phiol gun mount for 16 MM
Belos Movie Camera & sot of 8
' MM-l filten (ow): QuKwlck-
ot Chitdpion Elevating Tripod
ilnw) 50 Octane Fuel Inlector.
Will awp or soll. Box 91, Ce-

POR SALI.-AKC registered
Iusto, 1 female S yuan, 1
inCT 7 months. Phone Fort
C etoisn I._

S ATTENTION S.f.! Jos built
modern furnished petlmemts, 1.
.2 bedrooms. ot, moid water.
Phom Panama 1-4941.

FOR RINT:-PFmhiod ad u.n-
fuunhhd 2 and 4- mde

bedroom, IvI
kitchen. Med~
Jose do Sew
6. dowepaifrs.

FOR RENTTS' d fc ror wt
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opuwmonsnir. -.oCn AM- rslmdencu e' IM--.- s Sn
IRA APARTMENTS. TO* St., Martin Aw.vese .4t f e h
Phone 1316 Ch e. rooms. -lfying.roo. Arl room,
-----"~ FRRN '- .kitchen. lae -*pn lInquire
FOR RENT: M I bd- ground fle -
mrm. living room epeutent In- -
'conerte hos Neo. 4.Anal. -
- de Jde Fec. do l- Omse Aut.- FOR RINT:-Vfralshid cholet
mobile Road). For detaelh se for June,. July,. AugO.. House
Decastro Ave. "3" No. 24. Also 103 Paltilla (VIa riell), corner
1 famnished apoermene of 12th s rt.
FOR RENT: Apetmemnt. 2 FOR R N T C.6 enfotebl
bedrooms. livIng-dliulog oim, Ihome. largeliinrrjdining-
kitchen San Franciee. Foer In. room, woe beodoems bdMa, and
formation telephone 1464, Bal. laundry. Spelbis. grounds,
fnCjli tO aJr-*l-d4 0n
"+' --"-'-toblie.. m Iam-no nba Pan---
FOPRINT:-2 b d mllprt- omo. a~s**M14= M081 $7.00.
mint. livil din1J .o, 0em. Appoint Blbe 745. -
esMud.,.$60. lie o- '-.-je..ou..Pa-
me No. 56. key Apt. No. 6. h
Phone 2-2316 or S-04. Cmfgtable twobJdm house
...-.. a tdSagf ClnpH>. .ltinep.o-
FOR RENT:-Furniskh tport-. ry finished to accomodate 7
mont with refrig ntor. Perch, or ,8 person. Equipped with
par or dining room, bedroom kerosneiihot water heater. gao.;
kitchen, garage $60.00. Inquire stove. elcatrte ffigrtor. Cool
112 Via Belisorio Porres. near aulet location. Noeth of No-
SRoosevelt Thsotrl!, ,N. t-OWj K


PHILLIPS Oceomm Cates
Sante Clt7. 3 4,
SPhone Panm J.l 7177,.
hal 3-1.67 .- -. ,


WILLIAM00 S' S a ..l chi c [
Ctt goe rneks. lie-d I
lion, 2-bledeem. Phone eBee
3050. "".,' 1: '

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*a 1 $ ".00 r --. -,
valne 221t1tb Cu Iu. .S .

au.h .s .. suqene
MR SALE: Buncher alto Sexeo- No. 2 t Cige
bone in very good condition. g*
TeL 2-3401. HNuse 1502-3, POt REt

PF SALE:-'48 Kaiser Sedan. '
5.00, willth privilege to use Cube 12
"I May 13. Makhany dresser. Fro 1 10 to6:3
0S0.00. 2 Rotten chin, $50.00. #bro n 3 0-4 445 1P s
Mroe sefhigoertor. $25.00 end _,, |-44 _
miscellaneous. 169- William-
p.. f264. .
pead Puppies (Pollea). rat.her-
U.S.A. sentry dt, mother-im-
poted U.S.A. (AKC). VI- !.
peFt 374E. partmeaIt 7.
FOR SALlE-NHidltene in Car- ,

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Sobably best known a't1 hted. the car port. With,
bird on the sthStus Is the a&r awwsst from the child ren
Boattailed Grackle, that nol- they 4rove the intruder of f,.
my braggart of lawn and gar- but next day he wah back. and
den .whoe screech and strut this time, before we could
are as- muelk 4 pa*-lt 10lo. help the robins, the grac kl e
cait.1eene a..sng&,8m_ 4 had located their nes t and
dry seson tM calmly. wentab .qi eata' ?all
Even If you arena' pattt the eggs,
eularly anteretled In birds, t
is almost InpdsAle to. ignore Distribution
the grackle.' II tri4ent,.Call
and brazen action. em an ,d a nattafled Grackles are a
attention. A being a social widely distributed o p V: te a.
bid, it gath pre- found as far north as the-bhe-
f ering the i t outeOu sapekke. Bay .area and 4aFar
and parks and the company of south at Pe-. The "Jaiulaw"
humans., of Florida Is our graekle.
The seem especially num e r-
Noisy Male ours in Panama. Here t e y
'2 he male a.f 0s-- e nol- gather by the hun d r',0l to
s..'one and e r roost in the trees around tha-
and more tir- iltedplac
ed tha theBtle.E. ,
male and fema-e look l ttl Flight-Paern9
alike as almost they seem dif-
ferent species. I have often -though an an-
The females a re much teresting pattern -woud dqv e .
smaller, are a sot$ nP "op 1 one were to cuta en a,
color, lacking en tir el the. amap the flight patheftoBowed,
assy purple plugage of by the noisy fleoksaU ing
their mat, a j b eflt A for their ro r ts t 1- the.
their sex, they &also uiu. J talt'.lthe
-er and more proper in lMpir illard hway w e
decorum. Crozal and dablo. a half
decorum. hour before dusk aod you can;
Rudders Ase the boat-tals seam in ig'
Suer in along their sera pat3-
The antics of a floc k -t ways. 4 -- ,
ic u Boat-talls can be conalsnt. The mado fltht eems toi
* s source e of interest antL sw don t m
t. y ea with their postu S eflor. 't e J oined
train and calling and aci ,a by a branch gS winging-
fase o they forage over the lawn down the Cad IRver val- h
ockell in It is fascinati g to w ch e that clyto n m l he r
IL. te wW th yuse their loft atome s aaene1wh r q
,an- elAs tn .n nl om M V U "ioi the ACrw spl t a 1,.
are held eatSl down In the Ird- hundred dsainrtent of
middle like a boat's keeled brd hundred tragrrive
sometimes flattened aidesWe at the night somewhereI
In the wind like a rudder. near Di blo r tI
Obmr of WotWrel b er-W t0% setimes em to
Mil-- t&Bia no h dat Diablo, Int
,,r 1the trees 01ea i Ot1lllard
S ,. Highway, and wmes at
0 Net8 w ris It bec'M of the season
bit Te year th.at change?


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In Colbmbla Pictures' "Women' whichP .be
opening next Thursday, May th at the Lux Theatr -
duced by Br"yanh i, who a made such moti ictre ppn
sensatlonf-" i.'"ysnon ity," "t oa" i ".hUe."de..
Want of FPOirMO.,"1tte'g- cow drama casts &a ,r h,
ing light on the- mtI ial problems within the batn's
penitentlaresx seldom heard from until the.intprt Np4 e-
suses build up into flaming. rlot. az?4 blain g qwpaper
headlines. .
Boi .,an all-star cast, "Women's pison!'" tars Id
Luenlo: $t.Sr Ceo oore, Audrey Totter, Phyllis
T t:er d fS w s NUDipo typeen a.thpe.1 au-
-re aup- .l the womea's section of state
,enitientry both men and women Ae*
'*ted only -b ly high wall.

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Silvia e rame who is taking Pasnams by storm lb the S
Bela Vista of Hotel, El Panama. ti her et are hlg|h
dancin ,star "Negrito" Chapupeau "ad tface of piano rhy$Vi
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'17, 1985, it will bet A ooy Pofker. and
35 i c Kee the inauguration htVmaef L.
f trm-London aerv-= d
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the world t w, whwa dressed i -
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a-an spaiW as e I the
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S Wlftl MORd ; or on the
sitting tI screen ualna ta t-pItch,
at rotes leave It to She ey WInterq to go
m, who the oter.ayar shthemoyle,mer-
tam in tory-grou ,, .
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ctin, "I've had to rechannel my

wr f ,the art
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Taft mpd sculpt
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soal rlewing,
Sad-a close loc
alt publication
central finding
trend is in the
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pevfr to be aw
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captivated so mi
dr painters in
post-wiar. pero
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SArts &;l
April ", la_- was great; artstltaI sreal-i
dble for 'M lm'did not &lo* ft-t T t ex-
ts looted 4 pression of tJeir: ot iOOea; and
on of ttlPp besides, photOhgratiptr4 re be-
le to coming so talented at a .pres-
American fs t- sgive that the lena w -'doing a
ure. .. better lob tha nthp.,btka4b5 of
its baud o depicting life &a appears to
correpnd the objective onyor.
k at, the&i o: What then hbP was an
s le ada 'te.- e anti'reallst reb eO i' at 'took
t that sa1z. a some rather strimanfe .My s-
wind. ticism and psychstlW Ji"mpulse
became not the Stim01Ul for art
nt, in bIeh' ap- but art itself; reco~ Isb Ile
ay ftow .tat ex- forms, even those f -geometric
lohism w l c h origin, gave way to edopletely
any of our yiyong- "non-objetive" desis and color
the imm eoate pattep.s that the artits defend-
d. At t IaAmte, ed a being refleseftatlona of
lst pitflam hiigh personal Ideft, lUbd "In-

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71-a 0 .F t' aahut .ith
her tihoneysuckles
and gingham becaute'-you have
to prove to Hollywood what you
can .doAf yPu want to0 8grw g-
an actrss. H wllywod has tp be
show $tqrd.I .w bds 9p ept,
in anyti4n bD t the category
you'vT ben placed in."
What about the teen-agers
who once idolized her as a typ-
ical American girl? ,. .
"I guess." ys Jeahlnne, "they're.
all grown up' by ow aTyWay.W

WEARY OF HIS battle to: con-
vince"'Hollywood that there's'a
hero u4. that Jeer, Steve
C~chran-ls' a his career fu-
ture intoiils." i"nds.
Selto ext
n 'Stem

Twant to d nut0 haho

Chalek Cobunu, who's been
shelling out the big bls for the
upkeep of a stable of harness-
raep horses, 'hi sold all the trot-
tena eoept one tamed Onlmtead.
"ZI've Je ed hil out and some-
body 'else pays all the bills," he
say. "If he wils I get 95 pet
cent of the win money." *


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Now,'aIe au1, something ot chnge.' Of the bridal gown
a ractipo BOq$ this extrem- pftft he says:'h(Its) virtuosity
lani his asetI lh taken iev- i 'ehtibnbfv "that one peers
eral shapes: A Increasthg num- arfIt intently, Inch' ,i mich.
ber of, y g panters Like A nryais n become. wares
grace N ,nd' Richard o.t wOit's mmO ntft and
Tyler -L them elve s onf wve have
through A Mle'ubjects": f1the I.en ;es;
other who Is" l continue In the a" ult tepclos drima un-
abstrecUontll ramed1tan l avegone f018..."
from Vindeflnea 'treas of color Another exponent of the new
to much farmer 'tenvases in cir- tread a. .Tyier. a printmaker
culs, and ot9er familiar geome- hose works show a definite
trWcal de c are ezmpliasized. Jaoaese lflnueet As-a soldier
-One fo theo latter Is John in the Pacific theater during the
Hultberg, a prie winner at the war,,e stayed a-Japan aftrr hia
biennial ahow now on display at release .fom the,'Army' in l946
the CorograA. Art Gallery in and worked in Tokyo in the ci-
Washainton. He is producing i service fp; several years. One
some extremely imaginative that, of hi ainedbjects is the con-
while perhaps not conveying aiiny tetoira' c),' but even more
specifie 1potire to the 'eY of of hS '6cT deVoted to biblical
the pctator stil stimulates fgur, likehis 14-print series
that vewetqW'develop an image o "Stattions of the oros"
In life own minds eye. The corn- 1i .and, Benrimo are cur-
binatbna' of term and color in reliy emxhilbUfL here at the
ltultberg'l ortt, conjure up Musu. .of ,m e'n Art in the
seenet otr'tjMb,' of mystery, seventh new talent show the
even bt on.lepCe. mueeuna has held since 1950.
T0hiv frt Is 'another of TeMr ree ksformal exhibitions,
the more exptaslve and under- l .e- toshow to' the New
stan4dble abstrationists, at 68, y ot t~I ittle-known work
hig .l onaldqrably.older than wItai tHe museum's dep 4tment
mostol the aizters who prefer I rai tlig pA ulpture thinks
thla _aproacAl. t pough. argerly ilWorth atteilhna. ,'
self-taught, he .ha long ex-
nerlence in desigA and 1uistra- By "new talent" museum of-
tion, both for the theater and ficl is, mean artists who have
for magazines. His use Qg Intel- not received a major one-man
eligible forms is well organized showing* in New York. They look
and conveys a definite,..although for artists whose work is known
hihliry individual, impression. i other parts of the country
flT prnmtouby nreWt ftoned (Benfilmo from san Francisco,
GOace Hattan- is tarelY 3f0, yet Tyler ftom Chicago.
sbe li ailrbady created 'Quite a Andrew Carnduff 'Ritchie. di-
stir. An qbstratt painter in her rector of this department of the
early yeart, htefltMl-ftfl from museum, s particularly proud of
ico hion'-'ut as definitely tife-,Veas these "new tMaent"
shifted the mo kTrehlistitr line. sh1*s .l hatt.hThe tota value
A pr obAr, ss $,eels of worksof artola88 In. the first
ttMhera pew s ty. Off less sles six sh by thipe. rqlatLve un-
astraint than an sractionim, .kfaown was 9lmit 10o.o0;a with
Qne of her latest ad 'sat works tie ,mMtneu tainu od0qmmis-i
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wl-iews-ridh tones Iw I
heir upmiasng mheeh for hour s

tor. Models were M
SM -f 6Oueat, M. A. (
jooha.1Ilurvil William
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Wi. Cldte.'M. t~ookuon,.
L. H. Davis, R. L. Deakin
Dunn, J. W. DOyer, J. E
Mary Engelke. Harry Enm
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Ms Frances Moa iW, M)..Mw
u Roth, Ml18'Aamau Aar
taon and

rd Party Held
1he curuind iVn Clutb,
rd group met' Wedneday at
s Community Buildt. Ir.
rraine Zent and Mrs. Virginis
ney were, co-tasteet.g. .

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r to make i nthe J. Guest. Roy Hear n,- Mefmlbe and Vgft*tUt9elai
tes. o Humplbries C. Kneale, H wefe: Mrs. Maria Lo l. e
after the de served to Leijtadier, J: Leignad A. ,6mbenek,. Luof
the hostesses t play- J. Mclan, C. W. Lewis, BeS.Lombrotal qfU*'SSBIbCart,
bridge. Prizes & on by Logan,. J. F. Meehan, Annabelle Leap, LUlliau atillman,
S. M. B. Yocmi Leo Metz r, W. ;.-Middlema3 Jannile Jannesson, J n Meltzen,
;Unger an4 cKoe- Morr i, Matilda Neely, E. Grace Colbert, E a K. Homa,
Thoe.re J- %P Alma Starrett, Mry Wh"tus.
RUth Kongable and Xa r,

.-e. Lt-.Col. G.ode
ere Speaks On Spanish JDaIme

4"X lJh*~Thle ladies of, ,.]rt K6bbe
Offidras Wives' b
SiKoen, *,- Mrs. F. W. DeVQz0 9 ay
idruff, Mrs, ogan, Gdeast of the club we .at their luiche to ek. Th.
. Richard and Vada Pence, President gift was given 0o, Ds.eVor H-., :
. Harry We boa oman's Club. Mrs. o a. a job well done a ee a f nt
Campbell, Ptesident of of.the club for the pat five
tor's .Wives To *',. ,omian's blub and M4 months because th depart- .
cheon mary Reardon. with her hu d d E HIT OF Annually
heir regular,.m an lunch- ly for the States ne .oth. za n Comln parcel post Booth ,%4
and meete-f. .held by ,Other guests attend 1 May 7 and adluo ),t afternoons of M
Doctor's Wi -. .at 12:30 Mesdames James L. W r An elbctio nwll be held at the and Mrs. CbArl rej of .New Cristo
Wednesday Club Ft.' Lauderdale. Flr next regular coffee d..d business name. .
Im hl' .. .. M.f.,.. _,, ,ousineau O f Los Anff I meeting to elect t.ht. eau .nrfl

aboa. For aI MM6 Call Uq"iO u nU ingrif
hostesses, 'WMilliam fornia, R. F. Halnli
vn, Balboa 2W$.' g. 1. Smith, Mary Dunn,
pert, Balboa l. s.. A
taS, Balboa 5. e

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one of eth aux Arts Ball fl hw t
da 4s on SatUdT tilsat,
I w aA doling I ette of Her Mysterious
vis on g s h Beaux-Arts Ball, again
n .tdk to provide a scholarshlb
l k T ts are Sbno on sale at the TIlfb'
the cost$m ball will take lace.
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n.m. sherry win De served I Today
12:00 p.m. 6 OOO
S.r. Henry Somerfre nd of
rio'swlU'9 wi e a'p tq,% t '.".'
Awsaind-jewelry maldkn. J .i ,,
MA ipembers and their' guests -. .
are Invited to attend. Hasteses ,. "
will1 be Mrs. Mrs. D. 8. Shine, f"romI
telephone number 87-3214; and
Mrs. I. B. Washburn. -. 87-3139. BALBI
' hey should be contacted prior, Your
May the 3rd for reservations. marve

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s rthis affair were rRaoho: Mr. t and Mrs. Cables Roth welcomed the members Piano rhythms of S
tr.;. Nulty, ber thy and their son, o and guests. Mrs. Roth then in-
or and Mrs. e produced Mor Wiita~ in F. Grady,e LAST NIGHT to hes
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music or the,- M r and their daughter, ears of existence. Mrsy-e (Sunday Evening BUFF
Iear of exDarence. Mrs. Roth
sopjd by orge. M Mary Miller of Houston, Tex. presented gifts from the club to
h 'oihbs. The Millers had come especial- Mrs. Macon A. Turner and Mrs.
r. nd'.b* Gr~ft, ft. ly to bunt &ad fisft and were de- H. C. Anderson,"who' Is V
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Aas p .Mae o t0 Mrs. winm.T. Clo.T e Uto
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cars of the club for thea c .| %-
sx months. Mrs. J. Olodell-Who aft the Span- nek; Mrs. Grace Colbert and
the Vice president w.ar e' ish dance Lrd dMse wbd the use eb H PUU TaIa Z.,a
until the ne*- president. takes ofthe casteieth.. e

The ladles were e 'ertlined at Ray who w4 bit utet of Mrs. .
he luncheon by Lt. .Cov, L J. E. C ,alg..cl J: McKin- '
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Ber(ngr; gue*'' bt'j S. H. 1 ho wi leaving

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Sl kmiting .to t quent bQys. n the Colon
S. -a An i'p ..mp ... .-, t arm program.

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.Of p ,y i .t Obvloupif, the o ir fa-TV gto your busiIIs? Lie 'Al
. .W ... OOtg u IrqU" r park at 9: 1

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nd f thrse oEube SCles game (lastFr 's).
s an of M e Dble 5 out that my offiee i in
t h -1 iUpto' .I bhattan, and it is impossible
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A. ......g...... -1 1 I wa r directed to 1e-
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toId te me of tickets began at
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.ob o r. at o'clock.I ias
aim.1 Ctlem 1:45 SyWe ot ca l to br e a otherlhour
Omen?^ ll*^ ^T 1t^ w7artiubOwn- olf0.
Eret dom e. st I resed s erved -two t ets for,
"*" "/" .... . :. ..' ... ""(r "-PCwf 4a R t-e !"!ll ,*b-but tte tdderstand-I
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S. t"S possibility ......10-1 park. while, however, a n return u-e.t.,t-ma, .
Aa Ili 1 reent races...... e20- 1 e aI tan wbho is o I received a slip of paper -no
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Prescott 11 -Notling to recommend ..30-1ae is fustela' tptFieldThe
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,ong antbetwere game yourI wouldac

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,tlp lbr thhuuands of horse race eputhusaats to
th .u wFh*c race track for the mauual nM ning
etf a'dm6 itimprtant horst rhstIht
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Mind Su arplum and Jaquim sabo'w "-Y
w s.d- rer!sco Ato s Paood

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a aWe rir Bl whichpd ay bIe Iatu '
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ckfy. s ets -bun ider ZNtiers at tb end
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r s out w;hen King's Prize, Main Road 8d
Slash in a rice easily 1*radomin alo rate a far cjme.
y. This smasoped, rout Prie and Main Road akte
faV rider Blas ha bacapped bya back-cruednis
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impost ofnuo rdoves andnfy-atomv erq .
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Lexen came ,u on the ISc
sl04e, gaining onsfderably to
tWe the lead while Pbatino
had tO go around the huncheo
Group. Postinovich closed strong.
.. and was galing at the fin-
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40) nd Chokef Brand (10.230). Wy sati"fl.- t'lla
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$M N L T i0 6'P ro w -O w r wi b Of these .u n.
Coceo Sake Brave- picr- e dreds of thousands of boys who
yt 146 during the season to, be stand now on the Morning sude
wthe leags WItrikeout king. Thiofhellsundoubtely will

mabrkIdres no nla ~ tehl utdywl
matk doe not Incuac hedome all- of,"l great ball play-
championship playoffs, ers of the future. For L I t t I e

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4eosdo.the games o andurl thhrd- this is noprtof e m ain
ed tlhe qs ndur thebwd goal. Properly, opeft.ted on the
Wv "the=. 7 wth low Wbu, .*1 "w e* I -Of itself : :"'

ite eue B ba o eI gA-t ,Uc&ai, jv .. ...- .. WJUo So u- iel,anag r mo W \ 'Im n u| on, u(1
Little Lague Baieball offers ment which builds character In Rudy, Tom Billison, Ml Field, manager Bob Wai Front (1
POLICE PALS -Tirst half champions and run nerup to league champion C"co Solo Braves for L rare opportunity-to th feigh- Ambrical ys. Fraunheim. Chas. Bath, Cyrus Field, Beb Godde W
1955. Front row (left to right): Kenneth Karp inski, Earl Orr, James Ebdo Waiter Kleefken' orhood or the local nity This i title Leag. obin and Mike Burza, coach.
Jack Brayton, Kenny Smith, Kenneth Cooper, Richard Carpente W l dAa.I to. brllo a -
Keith Kenway, Jay Blalkowakl, Joe Cottin, Jam ea Palumbo, Te7ryu dn tIprt can program .that a ier e 6 .
G oguen, Derek EZger.2 B111 ger (manager). to the boys, the family anId the * *
I Ooun Dee Eger ie ( ag)welfare of the community. mt d ev s o e
SThe row (l tD Limited Television rce
uch aeaa 1 League must
to. t st andard at

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is for the good of the boys be. By iARRY GRAYSON "apid for letting cigarette manu- two other cures for baseball's
tween 8 and 12 who play base- facturers and beer barons give ille--.linted television and an
ball-on LIttle League teams. "NEW YORK -; (NEA) Ear- i. away free, gratis and for no- unextricted 'draft
B id or I att NpW thing,~i. Paul Rl ars, now trying t
ethful r on ring1 Br alar he k nt Bebks get somewhere in Balti more,
summer .catlon ua on *( k di~~ ~~W n't en(rely attri- ,aed Cub ttq sall. ho e has for years been plugging an
wherein -the boys lay p 4 e weather, games A the.'lrbrt have unrestricted draft as baseball's
pet with s other be on an unrec added 25 the r*dd. only salvation.
ficially. n.4apable ,ra d n"e dsd ng. streat i, o, you4e, all the magna(e With' it, a major league outfit
ship, Little Tague confr but is ta th faiiise be- do not yr ree with Lou Pet' could control no more than 40
to the well being of the boys$ n switched.! ni, who learned his lesslon In Iathletes instead of 400.
and thelR parents. It likewise -Those who keep busy mind- Boston and threw out TV en-1 An unrestricted draft would
offers a means through which lug other people's b u s I n esa tirely to establish attend an ce, balance the leagues, end the i-.
parents and community leaders tutled to the No. 1 wl$ppinj records in Milwaukee. diculous bonus practice and put
a fsterin relation with the boy for everything-the monster If viewers-with -alarm su s. Independent minor league own-.
tn a ine solution that is television. pect that baseball has a head- ersa back on their pins.
S current Thetrouble with some base- ache with video they should lis- I "Why, money tossed away in
t 11 owners Is that they nt ten to Gabe Paul, one of the aImore recent years to players
-uring bett-er .itl. .of6t .or- to sell their show to live audi- game's younger and more pro- who failed to make it would ft-
seandtt the sam time. b. gressive officials as g e n e r a I nance all the lower minors for
row, emcs and at the same time be manager of the Reds. 50 years," asserts Richards.
Isa 'Vogram oPaul calls parking an even Gabe Paul is a bit amused at
contgiou atehusiarsm. of greater problem tha n the air the TV ogre finally hitting New
contagled enthusiaansm. It ianspace at Crosley Field than the i York.
based upon oa appreciation and tair waves. "Now the New York clubs
outh.derstanding of the needs of al "If we had half the parking are findin24 out how the other
oy adults volunteers wrhd o do Braves have In Mil w a u k e e, half lives,' he s L.. ie s. "Be-
servy aidulth volunteers wiho d we'd increase 'our attends ne cause TV's impact was m o r e
rer teSI g tob .e selfless qo b :y 300.000 with an ordinary immediate on us, we did some-
forts.... t- club," he says. thing about it." -
LITTLE oriO As Front row (left to right): D.$ a T. Drohan. ea, D. Al- Inte. ch by "There are 58 million auto- Cincinnati limits telecast in
Wn.. ...la t hea eloy mobiles in the United i States to 18 home day games, exelu
bergaP 0. Irving, C. Wrenn (Batboy), T. Bowers, D,:Wnti, L. Pate. Back cr, (left to right): learnsso t he le.ssOWns oand figures show that there l alve of Sundays and holiday a,
SJ. Bowers, manager, J. Sanchems, R. Morland, Demahe u. Leon. Not ho C. Zatimp, M. sam o dsil, d th be 80 million in 10 years. Nyplus two home nights and four
,4U / -sam: el kind n t ohlk reands th'' 'body knows that people are road games.
/ dagr. t bre fa s oving to. the suburbs. Where: "There was a recent example
thus to theommunites. hey used to come on the sub- of how TV can be used to sell
ttle Leaue must not be iWay, they now come in a car." baseball," points out P au I
-LittleLeague.paul has no solution for the "The Phillies telecast in Phila-
parking jam, but prese r Ib e' delphla the first half of a Sun-



gle Not own: Chal

ail Gm. o

al-ay double-header .at the,
Grounds, Robin Roberts agal
Johnny Antonelli of the Gla
, The next night, though It wa
! exactly stary lht at
nicM .a E tadum, .e o
played Phlilies before
than 30.,,0 with no TV
t "We' got t find a way
live wt. tele on until t
subecript Mpan, which will
the ahkr,s Inst taled.
wa la Promote the aCA
with I the fanS haven't
Interest, you t ,g g .
They're wathi b all
the screen.
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know the truth and the country ii safe" Abraham Ewn
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CHILDREN from the Orphanage of Our Lady doing the tamorito In costumes designed and
made by the children.

Charity Ball at the Union Club

Shown on thi page are some
of the models om the parade
Of !Istrleswhich took place
"re charity Ball at the Un-
ion Club.
Conceived and executed by
the IAWC Comite Pro Asilo de
Nuestra Sefiora !The commit-
tee for the Orphanage of Our
Lady), the ball in honor of
President and Mrs. Ricardo
Arias was a great, success. A
large part of the 750 people
who attended the ball were
still dancing at three in the
Financially also. the charity
ball exceeded the hopes of the
committee. Elsewhere on this
page there is a picture of some
of the orphans dancing on the
Union Club stage It was for
,these children and 90 more
like them that the iund rals-


Miss Cafe Duran.

poses as

TODAY 0 .75 & .40
1:65, 2:45. 4:50, 6:55, 9:00 p.m.

UM--M presents in COLOR






Mrs. Melvin Doolittle, Mrs. El-
lis Hunter, Mrs. Timothy
Woodruff, Mrs. Jack Mercer,
Mrs. Peggy Dickerson, Mrs.
Harold Sanders and Mrs. Wil-
liam J. Cronin.
The committee feels that
much of its success Is owed to
the 21 sponsors who by their
original donations assured the
financial good fortune of the
building fund. These firms
are: Singer Sewing Machine
Co., Armour and Co., Cervece-
rla Naclonal, Fuerza y Luz,
Panama Cigarettes, Esso, Pan-
ama Insurance Company, Ba'
terias Tasco, Braniff Internal
tional Airways. Auerbach, Pol-
lak and Richardson Brokerage
Co., Azucarera Nacional, Cafe
Duran, Procter and Gamble,
Boyd Brothers, National Dis-
tillers, Civa, S.A., Cooperativa
Pesquera S.A., Panama Riding
Academy, Metro Goldwyn-
Mayer and Mercurlo, S.A.

ing ball for a new building
was held.
About $1500 was voluntarily
contributed after the Parade
of Industries, and $100 dona-
tions by 21 business firms of
Panama and other contribu-
tions brought the total gross
of the committee to over $5000.
When all expenses were paid
the fund for a new orphanage
received its initial- deposit of
well over $3000.
As soon as the $10,000 mark
is reached, "construction in
paltilla will commence and
the old building in Chorrillo
will be sold. Labor and land
has been donated by the Pan-
amanian government.
Thre LAWC Committee, head-
ed by Mrs. Robert R. McGrath,
Includes the following mem-
bers: Mrs. Brack Hattler, Mrs.
Jack Peterpon, Mrs. Alfredo
de San Majo, Mrs. Jullo Brice-
flo, Mrs. Archer Vandegrift,
Mrs. William Boyd, Mrs. Harry
Casler, Mrs. Robert Rummel,

ter of Col. Julio Bricefio, as Miss


PAT QUINN models for Coope-
rativa Pesquera, S.A., all cos-
tumes in the parade of Indus-'
tries were designed and execut-
ed by Mrs. Harry Casler, Mrs. U
William Boyd and Mrs. Robert U
Rummel. '


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Judge Ralsesall Defene D pt Says
For 6Is InvolvedD
n (ZRapeCase Have 'Few Thopsand
Small set for two' U. 8. soldiers .
waiting trial on rape charges in 'tl
e U.S. District Curt was in- WASHINGTON. April 30 (P Hetold newsmen fiter he; a
creased yesterday from $500 each -The Defense Department ask- no exact figure. But he said the
1w $1,000 and $1,500. ed Congress today for power to total covers employes of rail-
remove "a few thousand" known roads and utilities, as well as
The higher bail was set f or ubversives from plants vital to factories actually turning out
William J.Mitchell, who s charg- defense. goods for the Defense ep-art-
pa with rape, while Vernon O. It also sought authority for ment.
pfelton, wh? faces a charge of as- the President to bar access to The Senate permanent in-
~aut ir iten t cmmt rpe u prsu~ t~Lil1LI1 s~cmmlee rrf

ult with -intent to commit rape, ae,
was held under $1,00 bail. Com. whc
plaining witresses against the sol- nit
liers are two sisters. ver.
"'1aterday Judge E. IM. Altman D
rised'Pti bail substantially be- for
Jose Antelibjaeio3 wil be held ate
mUlita otities were mit
'^ -IT A^ -*-- fjj -^ .u-i. 3.- &

o h^ aranerts tt th.e a tht he
f w6.'defegi q la But
WElaI F 0f bal a ltece e free n
adeu bond. fano
Assistant Dist. Atty. j. M. ade
Impson told the, court yestepr the
y.. that milit ry athore rt -e1 the
en ontactd, had ex ined era
that while the were g to er
Cooperate, they, could not give J
Assurances that the defend at s. the
GADY FREDERICKS, horse- ca ce free on bail, would be avasi- dus
woman nonpaell, both in th'q a for trilI view
parade of industries ad -... 7 e mmen are charged with at,. live
. first 1 at Xi agadwL g the two sisters April 1 tho
myabows. C m pire Road. Iden


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War Plants

..se aciati ea Oby persons vesutigauting subCommittee, first
o might be expected to cojn- under Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy D
sabotage, espionage or sub- iP-Wis.) and later under Sen. Robins UDoes
slon. John L McClellan (D-Ark.), Its *D .
present chairman,. Investigated r ldnt Kelierf
defensee off cals appeared be- alleged subversion in defense
e task orce f the Sen- plants last year andearly thi J bFo Braves
internal.'seurity subcom- ear. t y an early this J b F Braves
,tee. They e approval of yea
b111 bye-. bn Marshall Brucker said Marshall's bill PHILADILPHIA. April 30 -
:ler (P ., to crack down would not mean nationwide '-UP)-The Mw-ukee Braves
defense. plant subversives. screening of ethployes but would were Inm selt s0a1io of second
There are known subversives be used "selectively hin vital faci- pla'e i lonal League to-
w in vital defense cities, concentrating on known da by 7 .- f thiur win over
ilJties t t there being subverslves." the Phil_ t Phillie by the
quate aul).y. to protect He said It would not infringe Ice" srf4 t
natentl n security tby Jiring on -rights of American citizens. Slhortoep ~iJ ny Logan with a
m Defens -Dear.tnent Gen.. Workers barred from .their jobs homer p qbUig, two RBI's and
l '.!4'ibr M. Bruck- would be informed of charges two vuwmentu and relief pitch-
told the gItRp. again*l tern and have the right or Hu'ebhde Rabinson who took
erome D. Fenton. chief of to appeal,,-4 said. over for Cho Nichols in the sev-
Defense Department's in- The bill woultipt cover har.s eth ling to stop a Philly threat,
trial pajronnel security re- bors, piers and w m front fact- were the haesm for the Braves.
w branch, sald. the subver- Ilties, which are p',it un- NicIs vlegid credit for his
is involved number "a few der existing law. .. seesm he sea.on. Mur-
usal ., and are "already Brucker said the Defense i.s y ~U is first game a-
ntlf -w' apartment can safeguard aecretl mt I ( so.





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i B ming tie Owls' Eyes Helpig Yourself

you cross out all of the owl's eyes in this
Q diagram by 4mtwing four straight lines from
border to border? Uoe of a ruler or straight edge
Is helpful in solving' the poser.
-ftwem ber, tie:oblect is-to crow out all of the
ewwra eyes witli our,. straight lines. One of these
#Av will fas out four eyes; the others three.
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ijalJ e9 Jo1 o 0 e JJ *g so to IeAO 45nofl auo l
AGJ 1 *A|X O SO J AO J O O M aa1U
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Decipher a Clue-Doodle
By D1 K.

yOU. ot-
ton chraoter '
in figure) will no
doubt spot the
solution to this
Clue- Doodle at
once. 't Is a few -
commo cly hepow ~
wV b that occur
frg'qieltly in"
mdy arguments "
apd. soi estimes in ya
4 ripts usd _

ed wVO6be0 well know n the past year.
h e jrtt tau e In plain english .
she seco $ ehse is, ai matter of physiognomy.
4-nd th* tblrd clue has, if you will watch it close,
a Sw1*B movyknnt. :
To t ll you any torpe ouldd bean Insult to your
inteliw ane. (It's beaMde ae point, but we thought
you nIght like to kniomy a friend of ours in Con-
gress i gong to introduce a bil to amend the I.Q.
test. Sys It's too egotistical. Far as he's concerned
it's going to be You Q., or nothing.)
Oh yes, you can check your solution below.
o roj jtia IfA I MON :Uel$|log8

Models of Dally Life in Ancient
Egypt. by H. E. Winlock (Har-
vard University Press, 188 pages:
$7.50). Hundreds of miniatures
indicative of how Meket-Re,
chancellor of Egypt, and contein-
poraries went about their daily
affairs 400 years ago were dis-
covered by Mr, Winlock in
Meket-Re's tomb at Thebes., He
has put photos and drawings -of
the models into a richly annota-
ted book of natural Interest for
archeologists everywhere. It also
is of interest to home craftsmen,
for it suggeptsm new turn for
their talents-making of : the
models documenting the lives of
our remote ancestors.
Mobile Design, by John Lynch
(Studio Crowell, 12 6 pages:
$3.95). A second, more advanced
manual by Mr. Lynch for the
bobby practitioners of the most
popular form of abstract art.
There are about 100 challenging
geegaws for the home crafts-
man's talents.
Naval Shiphandling, by Comdr.
R. S. Crenshaw, Jr., U.S.N. (U.S.
Naval Institute: $4.50). This was
designed primarily to inform of-
ficers in the armed services on
the problems faced by the ship-
handler in any type ship any-
where and cover' practically
everything from the super-car-
riers to a canoe. Its down-to-
earth, or rather, down-to-water,
treatment of the subject, makes
it a tome of value to week-end
sailors and plain. landlubbers who
like to read about, the' sea.
Home Music Systems.' by Ed-
ward Tatnall Canby (Harper,
302 pages: $3.95). Complete re-
vision brings Canby's authorita-
tive guide to building and maxi-
mum enjoyment of "hi-fi" sys-
tems up to date textually. One
fault remains: it is illustrated in-

Versatile Group
A S 1 2 3 4 5 they're animals;
eas 5 1 4 2 3 they mean to
reap; when 5 1 2 3 4 they're a
part; and as 1 4 2 3 5 attends.
What is this versatile group of
letters ?
-.1Ca *'aJeqIB *JBae 's8a3H :jaamUV

T s.RO PR 0 F 8 SSOR

S' ~ tB of his trip
we t out on a

Sprimithat he raft to

Vy s' 'aground once, on

buentral Aksturia

ta h im. professor's
route? Begin t
/ the bottom of the

center, and then
S\to the docr at
t o upper right
ITitme yourself
thas yu draw the
Central Aksturia

Potato Rhubarb
N THE potato race at the
church picnic each potato wts
separated from the next by one
yard, the basket (starting place)
being one yard from the first
The runner who finished first
was disqualified for having lifted
the last two potatoes in his last
The disqualified runner, covered
92 yards altogether.
How many potatoes were
there ?
Remember, In a potato race,
thle contestant runs to the first
potato, picks it up and runs back
to deposit it in the basket. He

1 Ctyptaritbhetic
COMPLETE this mutilated mul-
tiplication by replacing the
x's with numerals:
4 x
3 x

3 6 x x
xx 7 x

xx 3 xx
u.i~s auo a oa 0q }o3ai.(q), , -;1nmu s asAs aiag J.mog :uo01n1o

then runs to the second potato,
picks it up and returns to the
basket, etc.
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MATH-MAGIC: Fun Fare for

y g :

A'dS a party stunt, give the -guests a
"radio announcers test." Have them
read each of these lines rapidly aloud
three times:
Chief cheap sheep section.
Witches wickedly whisking switches.
Six thick thistle sticks.



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HLJOW nosy are you Let's see. Each of the
S following definitions represents a figure of
speech embracing the word "nose." No. 1, for
example, is: Plain as the nose on your face.
How many of the others can you get ?
1. Perfectly obvious.
2. Make a speedy vertical descent.
3. Remunerate at an exorbitant fee.
4. Avenge oneself at one's own expense.
5. Propeed directly forward.
y 6. Conduct or control at will.
7. Keep plugging at a job.
8. Regard with contempt.
1 9. Tally those present.
10. In one's very presence or sight.,
"a*ou s,auo apul 'oi "aisou
iunoo -e ;* aw ou .4uo uAop oo "*g *aluo)Spu!J4 dil1
o; aiou .auo doo)I L 'aoOU am aq pq*oaq 9-agou
o .-o O|OJ g *"avj w.auo a lds o) asou R.uo Jo
m3o t *'aou aqm qanoaqj *a j Jno0 uo ooou aq)e u Ueld'l :sa."luv i '


IT MAY take only a minute to see hpw smart you
are via the following problems. Allow yourself
a, total of seven minutes to answer all.
1. How many different 3-digit numbers can be made
from the digits 1, 2 and 3?
2. The dodo bird no longer lays eggs. Why ?
8. Score of the Podunk-Squeedunk basketball game ,
was 17-16 although not a man scored a foul. How
could that be?
4. Polkl afflicted with kehophobla are literally
afraid of nothing, yet they are afraid of something.
5. If a man can mow a lawn a hundred feet square
In two hours, how long will It take him to mow o01A
fifty feet square assuming he mows at the a
rate of speed? '. AN OLD proverb ts stated
6. A cube has eight corners. How many edg"t? above in picture form. To
7. Though he was generally accessible to even the determine what it says, identify
humblest of citizens, no one was able to get Preal- each of the objects\ hown and
dent Lincoln to talk on the telephone. Why? change one letter in each name.
.ui IUssA euo4dalol aGqj., "*aAM, n'9 "qainuu m ,'' the proverb contains four words.
suud idue9 'S.I "t .81 a AE I e s s *I g Ull]I' I A picture clue is given; for each
opop a *"g itg ei ts ,s a i '4 I 1 :J,.i, w 'word.
RIDDLE: Smiles is said to. be IOw long will it take you to
a Party ti. longest English word. Do fgur out?
you know why? fsiral es ,,uou JUBa '?ot
'IMPLE math Pug l4S.9U Gil leaslaq oltu a sw| I a sBtA.. s q.ia.\ojd aqj :4aM.uv

ses m a g I Six Lines are Out of Order
oses m n a -a

like qualities
which make them
adaptable to
party entertain-
ment. Here is an
T h e number
12845079 (n o te
omission of 8),
when multiplied
by 9, gives the
result 111111111.
The latter, multi-
plied by any fig-
ure between 1
and 9 gives that
figure nine times,
o' course. All of
which can be
utilized as a
party stunt as
The performer
writes the num-
ber 12345679 on

a blackboard or sheet of paper. He then
asks someone in the audience to name his
favorite number between 1 and 9. The
6pformer multiplies this number by 9
and the result times the magic number
to get as a re -Tlt the selectee's number
nine times. Any number between 1 and
9 can be thusly evolved.


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THERE are 20 lines in the dia-
gram above where only 14
are necessary to spell a word
which will tell the time when- the
fire whistle blew. Can you re-
move the six lines and discover
the answer?
i! uaila Jamsu ejqL, Faianbs OMi
alppI(t ail JO sauI l1uoslBp 0q)l pup
'*a.unbs )in| pun ls.iU 0q) JqO qpul| lot
-1oq pus do qill aoutaq 1 4auv

Match for It?
OR a deceptive trick, take a
handful of matches, or tooh-
picks, place ten on a table; re-
move six and leave none. 'Use
any method you like, so long as
no matches are broken or'
I JalU Ulqjon so *o a0 A a I 4 111nos
pul '"saallu XBS JO ,.'A., pus ,,1,.
4al 9AOwOa .tu OM. ploa t1 lade
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AUTHORS of many of our
S- adag-s are anonymous. One
of the few persons whose names
are identified with sage sayings
that have become proverbial, is
Shakespeare. One of his oft-
quoted sayings is given below ,as
a substitution crypt for, yoq4 to
solve:* -
The three-letter word hat is
repeated, is a starting due. An-
other clue;: A two-lettW word
that is the next-to-last Word in
the crypt often is a verb.
..daap unru sj)i lfligs.. 'palono uaj1o
61 qqI4M ..'dIap 8) moajq e94 jajoia
1al6s ai ifn.J qloouis., :uoitalo

Its Your Move

D 01T" pwt doeft't Hke to
stnay Pt soao -h- ia time
enough only t dmaw it outlns
iL OW vyrd UM to.elb ber
* eb. B t t ndW. draiu
t f I dot to dot
8 wh-. Wex two
amabWr mr bide 'me dot, uM
U .the t Sit aupibeu*.

Brain Teaser
TWO fathers and two sons,
each paying full fare, travel-
on three tickets. Haw ii this
possible legally? Answer in ace-
*'BO *'j.tCU JAsqJpBZ-5np1Aip
-al *&q iAn sai .eu, : aDNM

By Eugene Sheffer
1--The Philistines set the ark of
God in the house of what god
of their own? (1 Sam. 5:2)
6-Who was the son of Abia?
(Mat 1:7)
9-Analyze grammatically,
14-First word of a well-known
15-Social bud (abbr.)
16--Betel-4ut palm.
17-South African grasslands.
18-Patriotic society (abbr.)
20-Island (Fr.)
21-Dark. oily. viscid mixture.
23-Last two words of dhe 15th
verse of the 40th Psalm.
2-jRiver in Scotland.
28-What is the 59th book of the
New Testament?
36-Encountering. "
30-The foolish virgins forgot this
(Mlat. 25 3 :
41-Place noted for Its cedar trees
'I Ki. 7-21
46-Essential part.
50-Opposed o dead.
52-Paul told the Corinthians that
they were not ignorant of
what workings of Satan? (2
Cor. 2:111
55--One of our Allies.
59-One of Christ's last words on
the cross tMat. 27:46)
68-Worthless scrap.
l--Nevw ealand parrot.
6X-Tnisfan ruler.
65-Hawaiian garland.
67-Place of Interment.
Cepryvhbt, UsM,

73-Split pulse.
1-He was famed in many lands
and the Lord brought the fear
of him upon all nations (1
Chr. 14:17)
2-The white poplar.
3-Patron saint of cripples.
4- ecu liar.
5- lacing one object inside an-
6- -- lecture. x''
7- hat did it 'John see made
f glass, dr gled with fire?
SRev. 15:2) *
-With whom 4d AbI*elech
make a covenant? (GeiW :27)
9- A method :~-"l which us
I taught.
IO sLand-measur.
I1-English author?
1-Threaded meqlMical device.
A- ays ,
P2-Preflx before.
oddess of youth.
2 -Sunburn.
29-Steep flax. :
82-'Mountain gap.
33-- o swiftly. -
34 -White linen wsadnent -
36 -Frost .-"
37-Oshea's father; (Num. 13.8;
42-Fourth caliph, -
43-One of the aven deacons

Handsom' Idea
HOW may a pefrbn's hands be
clasped so that he cannot
leave a room without unclaM~png
them ?

4aI '*al oirwd *
punaom mamp MNldSlrtsJa ;Jeaswy
Lag rFeaturss dimtae. Im.

chosen for the church (Acts
46-What is the 26th book of the
Old Testament?

52-Put off.
54-Climbing plants.
57-At no time.
64-Danish territorial division.
68-Scottish explorer.

By Millard Hopper
\/H ITE checkers, moving up-
board, move first and win
In three moves. How ?
Black's king on square 24
manages to capture two of
White's men before the tables
are turned.
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ECENS OF THE DANCE: front row, 1. to r.. Karen.Datis, Susan Riordan, Sandra Sloan, Sally Chappelle; back row, Nancy GENTLEMEN STEPPING OUT, left to right,.ruce Davey, Mike Burton, Frank. Todd, Michael Norton, Garry Burke, Raniy
Huldq *lfitle Bgyd. Carol Tewes and Rita Soto. Brokway, Garry Brockway.,

Iay Is The Month When Dance Rievews Burst OuAl Over



ASHBY, as Frencle the
bhi a tap and acrobatic
r routine.

In more northerly clima t e s,
every springtime bursts wI t'h
May flowers. On the Isthmus,
May bursts with dance reviews,
In which a year's hard work
and ambition blossoms into an
array of dances and presents
Ann Lattin's "Little Show of
1955," an annual presentation of
all of her pupils, will be given
this year at the Hotel El Pana-
ma as usual.
Featured is a class of 10 high-
stepping boys. who .perform a
soft-shoe routlpe. Musical -com-
edy, ballet and acrobatic and
tap dancing also are presented
In the manner of a Broadway
musical show, Junior grpde.

to diulay thtir tal ttU Ufter 'a
year of practice and perserver-
ence Is not only part of th e i r
danCe training, bltA trIrp t e
community looks (pr w ar to
each, year.
-WW ella Visht Root at- WA
Hotel El Panama is the setting
for the "Little Show,"
The schedule is:.
Rodman thietre,
schedule Is
Tuesday, Rodman Theat er,
Rodman. Navy Base at 6 Pim.
Satruday, May 7, Hotel El Po-
nama, Bella Vista' R o o M, at

Saturday; May 14; Hotel El Pa-
nama, Bella Vista Room, at
12:30 p.m.

"STROLLING THROUGH THE PARK" are (1. tor.) Nancy Iuldqulst, Connie Seymo.ur,-arol
Ann Seymour and Judith Pack.

Another feature 'in the show
I. the Pink Fairy Ballet, per-
S formed by the four-to six-year.
olds, who really know their r
"demi-plies." A Gay Ninet ies
number. "Strolling T h r o u g h
The Park," Is a novelty gay. as
a Valentine.
Ellen Dudyk is featured in an
Indian number. "Indian Love
Call" With the three b r a ve s,
Michael Norton. Frank Todd
and Gary Burk, beating out the
rhythm as she performs her
N A little modern ballet num-
Sber "The BoVery," by Nancy
Ruldtquist and Mike Burton, is
good for a chuckle.

ORTON In hi t1p
0o Happy Feet."

Making their first appearance
in the "Little Show" are Gary
Burk and Brenda Brown, who
do a comedy daace "The Sui-
flower Swit*. lcbhael N o r-

GARY BROCKWAY, six years old, dancing with Dora the Dummy,
age unspecified.

ton's "Two Happy Feet" num-
ber is tap dancing at Michael's
bedt, and his costume if some-

thing to write home to Grand-
ma about.
Japanese music, fans, s I n g-
ing, dancing and kimonos make
a charmer, "Japaneseq Tea Par-
ty,' done by three little girls.
Barbara Holste Ia .a dream in
her waltz ballot nIumber.
Mrs. Lattin says that giving
the children this opportun Ity

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still against a truce iand said we will nopu
on them.
SBut he made 14 fairly- p.i that If can' the t
Communists to offer a ceasefire and to abando I the ; m ea
Idea of taking Pormosa by force, then there would be fit puleto
an effectual eloe. c.bea &-
The implication Is that the Nationallats wvo4 be- are
left with neither the Incentive nor the capabllitr to come
unset the reultIa true. ib9M-
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tightening their little e of '. The
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set up-In W Beift
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layn 1e M I
- The present baby blockade wMa put on. March 1. It 5sa. suit
consisted of a 10-fold Inrer in the tax on tr-uelcksM outWmta
crossing the 100-miles -of .. Germany front m'West 1W ZOne At
The West German ment is p tollto
under protest. Now th nmunlats have aa s sel-
ed some of the truel S-and their ca oes on ;various, Wui ha to
pretexts. '
So far, the baby blockidV is just a -p re n The -
sance, but, the Reds keep* threaten l1 d IafiNtt more .S.
reMtrictions on West Berlin. For exam e tho-
sand West Berliners who worked Inqt Ben fa- I. ,
tries, stoor and offices recently havot the JoM. O
The&bJEct of the-balbr blockade pl W .
Redatewpe to force theWest Ge vernMent to i
recogAlse the Red aWft goveu-ne- ati ialt down d
nIgNoate with them -not only bodut the blockade '*
but about the un4ifcation ofa Gerfmany. .. '
Tht'wouild give thbe CommunltA a nce ma
a face-jBface.demand to Cha er A uer' gov-
ernmeak to abandon the Paris arma trlealiet. i
The ltatiUon.In.South Vituiam m*re compat
than ever following the arltoty of Premier .Doo DN s .
Diem over .the Binh, -y nm
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Shir reputriatq beftemw at the iof war o"
ifJathi.-preamer am slo" off the go* XgOR and CW*n.U
to with s. Its leaders, have always been lke- MW P.. h
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London, England, will house plenty when filled with a,73.000-
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tycoon H ap ~ HwIrfait problem, .and if It iin't solved
to his satiMbUo ion .Niy be pick up his. trains and track and
go home. Re cddf do *t'oo. for 'his trains are miniatures and,
his track in a Schancctady. Ll Y., park is only 270 feet long. The
problem is that Se.hc,."tady official, want Bigelow, shown above,
to 3x.dnd-hitrt.li-ns give the city n.o.4'oI his profits. Big.low
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Herewith find oluton to Sunday Crossword Pur
ale'No. 582, published today -
Ani'wer for ? 'nday, 1March ?00, Crytquiful

yathtze e .: i d *( ryw P"
iia staff assistant who, the statements t Tr
dMending the war crimis paid by arr .
iachfger .. re, the bra t& Von
I However, Korvb hasjust-admi ed under oath a touse Armed ge hs bommittee,
that he drew double Nay. He At paild by the 4a0).t without church groups Ing the battle
Harnlecrafeser CorporatU and a4 thesame time. O0d started.
worked for S eator MoC rthy.,Korb testified at Though "H. Lwt; desprIbed as "strong,
a Federal Communloations Conuhission he'riw -ihening of reen fr lts supporters admit
over Milwaukee's TV Channel 6. rat it's a ba k-dor m -
Asked whether he.contlnued to be paid by It authorinss comp upry drafting of youths
Harnisehiewer while os.McCarthy's payro 1. Korb 28 wv". a awviC loi.ter. Into reserve com-
estifled: "I believe didU TL e nature of the rmeonnn,-,1i b cl.nbe ActS to O military
aLreement was that I was taking leave of ab- -'t I at t_ of the l Prdent.
ocnee from HarM'chfeger to saslst the Senutbr Olsy dfiiutmeIa that Pentagon lawyers .
not n ar,yv capacity except as a personal gesture. '* .I .the. w. 4 'e 'tteal of.
.o .asalst a friend'. U erspl ln T ra nf .thoeu 4 all-t
BLOis WTORCH BATTALION tents .an W d '
Korb was listed on.' th e Senate payroll as ime six active 1ni W ;. toe
McCarthys "administrative asteataht" for. 0Ix o Into ifct far. inde l. .
.week* in 949. This was the identical period when L The Pt~e 4naor, ,vie nsi Overton
Joe was v.gorotely dfend ng theNarl S "Blow- Brooks of i. veteran Tavcate
Lorch BatLallon." which burned two villages in and,P-en.agon pnthu t.t aso Is openrting-Con-
Belgium. killingg all the inhabitants, then-Jaugh., ?- alonal. e~afroas. Broo0s 4 chaf man of the
tingy mnphinegunned 150 captured American Oas.. HOme suiot;_~tte which recently reported
and O VBelgian civil at Malmey. the Rieaee W l byv a vote of 9 to.. .
Though conleted05-war artminalt, the. TheLouaaapa didn't'acccmnplash ias slpgle-.
ringleaders of the '*Blowtorch Battalion' were handedly. HU had an "mI erground" lobby Work.
saved from the'hangmair by" MeCarthy, who in, with him In the person of Carter L. Burgess,
charged thatthe IT. S Army had wrung con- assistant s retaryot defense. ) .
fesstona from them by torture. ~ ~ ThottOh Burgess spent several days puttjag
McCarthy's mouthing caused& sch 'a wage of the heat on members of the Brooks subcommlt-
enti-American feeling In, Germany tht ,.the te, one man he didn't covert was OOP Con-
Army postponed carrying out the sentences. The gresnan William Bray of Indlan.,
war crUninalf were even granted review by Mhe '.. "Never in history have we had a comnpulsory.
;., s. Supreme Court which upholdthleir. gult. reserve," declared Bray behind closed door. as
To this day, however, not oner has beei execiqd., he cast the .solitary subconimmttee vote ajgaint
The man behind M*Carthy's campalgA to'gae Rrooks bill.
save the wAr criminals, Walter lHarilchleger. "Moreover, I don't think It will: work. The
was a Hltier admirer b World War .II. In -Army doesa B full-time job of building Soldiers,
1942, he was cited by the Fant Employment Prac- liut a maq must -ant to go into the Reserve -
1tcesi Commialon for refusing to; employ either fils beart iust be In It. without any compulsion
Jewi-h or Negro Americans,. advertising instead 'e-. if he is to be a good reservist.
for "aentile, white Protestant" help. "If oa do away with the voluntary aspect
After Hitler's defeat, .arnschfe'er made o'e the N(tiomal Guard. you will destroy the pirde
frequent trios to Germanv; returning 0o criticize of the individual states, which has tlde the.
the war-ctime trials arid to Urge that Germany's National Guard what It is/today. .
are-war colonies be restored; ' The Guard has always been able to fWflTs
.Harnlschfeger also contributed heavily to manpower quotas on a voluntary bais and on
McCarthI, Dqspite McCJrthy's denials, it is now two occasions it has as'red the DefeWse Depart-
a matter'of sworn testimony that Harnischfeger naent to raise Its quotas."
rIso nald Tom Korb. "who Inasterminded Mec- Note-While officialvr breaking Its. neck.. to,
Carthy's defen.?e of the Mbeaymynassacres. get the UMT Reserve bill through ongr, ss the
T. RUIA&N4-R.O- N Pentagon Itslf Is divided. The Air Fqe and
Harry rvan haS mOd fntiny trips to'tie Navy are privately aoeinst the bill. ecaue it
STnate 'dur in, his lone erlence -as Senator, will interfere w th their ,onzi enlistment, pro-
rice president, and president. but last week's .rams. .
wvrr protaby his most tritmnharit visit. His I UND TIE WN) ,
welcome was far niore n ordial than- he ever '' Senator McCarthy's q~ff has been I vesting
r.e'elved as. President. Political friends and foes in Saber uranIum.-stock. smbpetime "'at the .Ite
alike 'nmoed his hand enth uthlastlcallv... of $1000 a week. Reason:. McCarthy's millionaire
Trumrn. was partloularly- 'toubed to have T XA oil friend, Clint Mureison, also the friend
enatee GOP'leater Bill Knowland. an outanoken o like Elsenhower. Is the bir money behiad Da-
'titic. hiein ecort him down the Senate aisle....- ber Uranium... T'e Asaoolited (AIlal) Steven-
7T a hisky voice. the ex-President told Dem- son ClUes of America, Inc,, after waiting a year,
owrati at a w friat, lunhibr&tn afterwardd ho' j;ipch, have now been aaslned.. po of, c bo~ J. ubw
ternp-eteated KIywlAi's ea*Tr;. .' "I guess m crk N .."& prIla en qf the 2lua will be
rI am en eotletion'list _he sld huskilv, .. ,lwarr--a r Allen Robert ift (P Ikin .to"
Trui-ilro d-''red witti onvlfton t the -tlh e Ohio a y. ":--- -
'rttp l heo "Thop: "The United N"ttons iS +he 17T'ya Con-re-slpw l l~lSe' Doyle-of
-mly r U'lle was to ,have m rice In the worl-". .. 'qlifornfa. cd~'-sed, wlth beinr too Aold to' be
T '***', t% 1* .ri-te"dedt to te0ot" t'hc r*$ of re-e ted.5W, le o't kgthe ebiab I fleiT ln-
bi lift tn te-* *'** 4 vo ne0ole, between the uniformWi hen the ToTpe toemreoat asefall
"ges of 18 and 24, political issues.... 'eArLm takes on the GOP nipe this ps .

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; emon.brou g h t t~ r &olla d," .l thi "b e waslsupd one too bal.. Nobody would Anithof 0-arwel, the producer, ,
houe t onl t ..Thi as have heard of us It w hadn't made headlines y when-
theatm'S Iao b _ut ever rat ork- 3 o - nbumetast bee a on the of show: now he Invaded _Way ('fow Al.
the n Ctt, could Iorc n eril a In bt In the big l- :tt a itboNtely ear w're flooded wI ightclb en- bany, 1. T. With multi-ifllions
such a rtahea w S ; .ipi .S And- la he t1 t e of a 1_D6 boo_ wet have been cb. he.lp humanity for In other words,;tti lot rich has opnted several r odu e-
flim. p rove th H to igood ri sot a e f e great ad n the doy shdo i d thdir- lona ery good. some not
woodoi tfr e-.s petur *. e. l.4 ett t ,fe .the aony di.rl.al an opporru. sco, as m Bge c ..ond
S amm t ~ ,th bve, bale m to fine a ty to richer. Arthur night be. aw Ankles Aweigh
baull, and to .ent aln_- moI. Mlsa- ly I casbeng r0u la baIela. rpp. a"Sia 81 Imon (the Betty 9 Janq KeameyRe- *
antl ULlw ebai s U ---Gada.m. il Mows Legreef or ,ting Hke Sianta ,o., hi newest boye ad-glr .
Saththe a.Ab C dehght We open
AL 4 auel. p.tl te l at ,4rl" I -- 'audience at the Mark iellnger
t wron.e .._tma n itLns -by ualesa ,. I The shadows of .asqcrecy and Theatre;:. The show-stoppers (to
p1iUhate- th iLptat, I tabpr bat s a prt. of -A completely'lhodest man, the ubifance of passions rare- deafening applause) were Betty
The otwU sal A of Ma- th entiscope a bolu. and IBtnstein dispenseed with social ly obtain the necessary refuge- and Jane Kean (the stars) and
chli ad Wl a s0tit of ot as a ic ta dy of Is. hypocrl Some years ago, .J of privacy- In Hollywood. Mo. thelma Carpenter. Another big
it t oa 1 new br'B Ihteeei on polte.. ."w a guet at a dinner tender. vie twinklers confide ,their in, show-topper im th'e Tony Char-
6 bu gg^f it oa e.IAsdeeD- C. M -alWhae 15l tOn**'aftAitalos" n.eaes to' ao. ll-Jerr Bbi. Gdan c I ng
bers W- are tun out 'the ..' told War It.mn: Latst. ear (sailed ed nd. _tr,- oti-e pue.:. ..rIrtxan. ale pro I The applause was
oewSr bomber. our uto1 i5 .-Q". 50O 1 2 a r genly g o i "m l o mnS ? the dext to-Co
ThW- dwar in the Far at afetoobileis. U B w.w. 11a-.I gs o*it e eto .0 a, tiswnr: am a Ing itt a In'to waitg. Most
will .be more coaiprehentble ..e. a .O.. ._ bo'l bk" wlf,-ean* doiter is what I of the crite lleft ealy to amke
for those Oho see this film, This Although the :ate of produc-. s lx nthe want" ... at's," a newsman their deana..sib e consider
Ss no puff. This Is simply to re- tlon has gone up in the U.S. Is he hee W o to 19. Joured. preventing it? able open ightlexcltemenmt
S prt that an exlting and Intel- this year, neither GM nor Ford idatI "I h et to Si hed Ava: "My choice of T coly mst, however, em- "
S nt freedom film Can be has any real bapklong. So all sa." A4nother dinnr was held b i.' the new show, which is
ide. \ s the Ouranteed Annual and he .made b.is speech. journey to the stars Is pa .wth talented entertain.-
.o. ub ta Wage. tuele expect a quick set- ---'-I 'not tuUtiftiklinglights. F er frn the strs down to the,
.. arfa no doubt that It uf lement AmowU ag little known facts pe rmertormn the path to fre- brplyers. ap Su d'ali ngI
t's gargantun secur strike will hit both ide Aat en snluted in the fHnll hfth. JtOrite sir Mbout da h
S.l hasu I'r~t~t t gre costly to a union' 5unod iOelance -, W P, W .h utand ma crle cst or s bt asir
ha 7e caug Iln1 one th sie ot Wal, War I. Be neqI. cruelty ... As a recent' Sateve. who *as blasted by a Phlfly
vas neded to. e's Auto .wo.keracr ed the incaiculable aid he poet reported: "When Judy Gar- aileman:
cess some p e r s o t6 am has apent gave the armnud forces, but he land was fourteen shewas over. e phoned the assaalar and
since 1947.42 .j000I0 la5 strike was d tpI9 about an a- worked. be made twelve big scernd: '"Now do you expect
But the uproar e<. r the P our i IL the Ord- i e her tqe. She was to uhast me with your review
men whose rights ch ees wh lw Buasu' papea._ It men- by demo b that she wheS.vt r whole paper couldn't
has given mthe I e I head T ed that he.wi a Niavy ma laaugh act and cry be. huxt Dit?
the government against t -;t wa not rea d to get -a
ton la of lrigh. w rs, mp haircut.. he was n.'
s.tra t_ rat-,s .trkers we- In- that a M film he -
6 vlvefVed. Yet thee milo were to help the e of bond eJ t r d n
al A national, aute strike wou ld OZ : Why is, nobaodey .
t-.eca the union many more amB t me ani eveyboy ,
T "e o -I Heoince explained hia working I gf
._--. ..The noktori oro-C omm a- methods: "I think for months, rr
Wl AlmaI e ,, Electic worke r tor lears. mNpety-nine times the *
Sbt X-rayed by theme concluon is false. The hued. - -
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Sw are I.to- art o and 1e oe would ave .pardisu her ,at -f
W fogr da us"* ls tenteo wit be In now ePxpalnfng eav. A plush now amst"Ag ea o h10 ifflce and woril the rest
been manha ed ear t the angel.. iLas V'ei ,r ,mp .m to0rP r afth bolde ohad
S, oferib .- When the high command Prime Minister Eden s eens nd play, ho:.es fore heve rnt oring cran up desk
Sat thee tBI probes, sur- meets in Washington May 2, It the -very model of a modern 'Of cowur wouldn't 'do it, .
fleient VvIdence was gathered to wil probably hear. Teamst er s nlor diplomat. Buave, phlsti- $bp says, "and I refused, them. AT .D$FE4SE, .S4CRETARY
convict-.1 persons. . .chief Dave Seek say the c d bd denied. The o- e .1 a M pre o .
following, In effect: --,pts ubab age d.%- ,' e dd I hav a en. o'were p ,
Slate Dept offielals, in its cri- ."Let's take 4n the controver- to ur his human .a entor t.At .d .ttuilg his ,ew eic that- thb
ticism of Edward Corl after It alal East Coait longshore men 5T1fe master Pof6 of th 8.0, he could enmy iews, be released hence
S fired hhm, lampooned him as (the, 3A) which the AFL con pntesw also commands a lithr- have aadm the hotel, *e. 'frthbad to be of destructive '
the athor of a plan to-put 1200 TentUd ousted in 1943. You al vocabulary of profanity. ~ alki ng free fit ar ~ieunel e atl.'-T
atalan cooks on a ship and land can'tck Harry Bridges on the hat a fiery temer. Edea oe at the U. S Chamber of Co
them all at oopce I New York West Coast without the East admitted tat the ie for an mere on her travels to Russia. -Do~eni that mnan you're try-
to demonstrate the need for Coast Longshoremen and you important treaty came to him .t -i. t Im editor for al of us
nmigraton.m .can't keep the ILA out forever." whiUe he was dunking I the A LARGE SECRET meeting of .e was askeL .
his as no ware-brained George Meany will object an bathtub. ThUB. history In. ithu-bbsh lnterageu the corm-
scheinme. .a. move to put.the Issue before scribed. a. tte-aW d tpt othe He ar def altm. . f ctructive '
:t k"d t Dave -gbaenvfatiln. The showdo w n d p h ear d r rt
- w i T e em uated )s wistan. secreteayn Robert
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ier toblog (" m o- t was con.. the- t esson.
I sa no exception.; Th e -At te ta ppses Iter
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0? (PATEBWstandt*ai1. to r.: Vhwo Myer .I)o Stringer, Lynn Raymond, Janet
r 'r rbe gaa~rtaenc a *Il. Marjorle War .n -.B5ue Mable are kneeling.
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Robert Burbmr swt4ing 4
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QNE OF THE NVWMRS. "ialtlnd oiday'" atw Janet cri
and Lynn aymond.

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Own1t Rlv o EdaJody onazer and
Srow.= C Roy Edwards. John Canavagglo

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41 CVTING CAPEKS In the front row are 1. to r.: Mellmsa Perry, Jane Sumner, Margaret Jo Laird, I
IA och, Elafne Gale and Fradene Gale. Inl the se'cod row are: Judith Wartord, a(rolyn
Mounts, Unda Naar, Sylvla Carter, Ann Wlnqu ist, Terry Lee Glynn and Margaret Branstetter.
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I.ITTLE SNOWFLAKES In the ballet "Wintertime" are 1. to r.:
Marie Elena Bremer, Sharon Mann, Deborah Wilder, Cokie
Dean. Teresa Bulley and Barbara Hopkina.

A RfyTUM TAP DANCE Includes 1. to r.: Beverly Bowman,'
Janet BaStherian. Yoyo Canavtggi, Phylli Criok, and Patricia
Black. Up in front Is Mry Mbargkt'Dlcla.

SOOTpS are Teresa Bulley, Deborah Wilder,
.De. Sharon Mann, Marle Elena Bremer.

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tier, Martha sptnl3ey, Pe ogy
Is seated.

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B AiPaTEABIR In Eccentric Tap are I. to r.: Roy Edwards,
|f Canavaggo, Bob Durrance, Robert Burgener, Rickle
S Baltoger and Carl Mable.
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tWIES upWcV'are FrtUi '-a, UBandrk Wallace, Cherry Sellers, Phyllis Allen, Diane Shore,
Bonnie Davis and Barbara Hague, while Jockeys in the back are Sandra Allen, Carole Braden,
Kay Davis and Patricia Davis.

STEAM HEAT" Is the dance In which Carol Lawrence, Marie
Cicero, Doris Stringer, Marjorie WArnell, Sue Mable and Janet
Tribe participate.

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pthy Hague. Maile Miller. Rlta Hedman. Carol Kapinos and
BATHING BEAUTIES, kneeling are: Deborah G oldfein and Diane Outhmller. Standing in the Susan Wllenbrock. While standing in back are: Mickey Tester,
front row are: Peggy Whittington, Owep Doyle, Martha, Fidanque, Sandra Hgynes, SAe Adams, Susan Tri*, Patricia Kentner, Mellisa Perry, Sherry LyntM Me-
,. tWinger W and Miriaq Qlnzalez while la the back row. Genie Mpdeer, A* Qolfeipn a d Clain, ,Mapsha Sutherland, elan Franue panels and. Jo
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APACHE DANCERS Sharon Myers and Joe

Reynolds strike a typical pose.
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