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The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/00731
 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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: AA00010883:00731
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in ig 9 Th omion again voiced
fears th defendant mightleave
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he understood Helton weas about
to poM the 1000 bail and that
pers for hisdischarge from
Army were nearing the fin a
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fer dscharge from the Army e
V lAtty. Rowland K. Hazard
joined Thomson in the plea for
higher hal, stating t would cost
the government a consider a b
sum to bring Helton back to jus-
tice should he become a fugi-
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4arly trial for Helton was
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muath as several witnesses m a y
leave the Isthmus soon; but At-
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RBP PRESIDENT HONORED President Ricardo Arias is honored with a brief dawn plane-
side ceremony today priot to boarding a C-47 plane for' the Rio Hato training area and the
climax demonstration of Exercise Barracuda I. Standing with President Arias are (left) Lt.
Gen. William K. Harrisao, commander in chief, Caribbean Command, and director, Exercise
Barracuda I, and (night) Maj. Gen. Reuben C. Hood, commander, Caribbean Air Command.
More than 200 dignitarle4 and official observers from 15 Latin American countries and the Pan-
ama Canal Zone board. planes at Albrook AFB this morning for the climax of the exercise.
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About .550 partroopirs of the 11th Airborne ;
ioni were dropped 'over Rio Hato this morning o'
believed to be the biggest-ever paratroop drop W"li.
Some 17 of the jumpers were injured in various Was '
but only one has been. reported as serious. ,.,. .
High winds carried the earlier drops abopt 500 j1rd"
short of the dropping zone. Several of the me londed i
small trees.
The drop was watched by Panama's President Riier. '
do Arias and about 250 other dignitaries.
This afternoon an amphibious fa e. put hqre fro o.
landing craft and troopsairlifted into itb NHqo from Fort
Kobbe wre busily ousting the s ied ney fo
whicJ ntmenaced the airstrip, and ic the paroaroop '
wre*the first to attack. .
The paratrooe Were dropped the men "pped.B Hiher up I. ,
from six 0lobemasten of the was atrong-.
USAF' 62nd Troop Carrie, Each n t made at ."
Wing. least az ,s over the droppnl ,'
Early morning raWin caused zone a the Paratroop ft
Operation Barracda command- 20-men bkh. 10 out p
era at Rio Hato to postpone the side
maneuver. for one hour just During sorame runs no oae *
after the paratroops were load- jumped, In acordance wit or.,
ad into their planes at France denrine d from the gta -i
field in the early dawn. vehicles apd about am
Then, according to reports the earli Ouner proT V d- .
MAl. Gen. Lionel C. McGarr, haar3d i tb d fopping ~ 'one .
commanding general of the U.8. Some 100 paratroopers dIA no
Army Caribbean, ordered the de- get to jamp. at all because m
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e re'aEOWt~ a O 1 i WKiNWtY -- Veteran pratri the oE 11th Air- their .rendezvous offshore from in wiMW they M hav
-Ilv l 40 gbg check equipment prior b = XGlobemaater at F N ieMo Hato. "cpeome o w Su, '"
c ai analyze A Amny photo) "he big Globemasters flew avoid xdoar/t a l- '
den ,---Sri IInAnn p over at about 1100 ft. First out to out ft.m ft Il s ;nt.
..Sa -was a small United States Air befoe reaching the p
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de="geM&s: Up In Cagres Teenage Burglars Dos 'natdeMwl 5 es g ma'" T uS "=" u.,
goeadr,.Jit Ijutp tried to do my Wtuwas to ad the markers on h o f the oo
Son wasa pect tie- The bodies of three young ede l men fell 500 yards or ut t having time
man and this wwas re- Pana la n.e whdren who drow- J s ict Court Sesson more short of the intended area. a r In TW bwa s W
ward." ed i the Chagres River yes- es i Then the big Globemasters intIfgI it Y"-
SSitana expressed no con- terday when a cayuco capzlized Forr ( io circled once more, formed up ftes u ibsldglhl,' s
ee tanabout hs crime he was we.ought the morpue at 0 -- in line, and came down more or te i oe eosre |
finbt-pn sed and photograpsh- Go tHospital i morning. A pint-size teenage "raffles" his 16th birthday, he will be Memorial rvices r Cl Her- ess along the centerline of Rioo th0eeL n, SA
ed at police eho has ben n a total tranerred to penitentay bert Grnes d Sunday H en a o rpoed ptiecks of urc
Andsea 0 a.s o s a ba Cen e obar10 no e on leve gron b
w to be arraigned Infelony rado Colpas, wo, and Euge- of 13 buraris in he Canal at Gambo.atCocoSolo osptali e north of the Santa ClaCaino. ne lly company
court later today on charges Of nlo Colpfi. .m th, were the Zopa nWheld toInsentencing Vaquez, Judge ha t omorr o sp .,Thewndt o n then gron Was tnosped Gownt my e om .
homicide and Illegal oseesdon le Franeesca Tore and Aeat on each of three Gutrle F. Crowe observed that Gorgas Chapel.ma p the The wind on the ground Was the sped o fromn Penonoin .
homicde and geuln po.on Encarnacion Colpas. The father is charges of bn rl into homes his term qt Gatun jail for a pre- 67. Col. Greene w98 estimated at about 20 mph as (CDutimued apage 07)

waKwe:::4 !:Tota Of Vaccin acted '
of agun. an einpoye of conTcorral. cr -
our Seen-ag 'rls, w h-an emp of A en corr l- and stealing ~popet..Be plead- vious burglary had apparently The Veterans of Foreign Wars

the confessed slayer w led out time of the acedent' lives the wood section of proramstarted at the Gatun body to Washington orn bal
handcuffed to one of his gang Reportedly Clpaspole became the capital city, had been out of did not seem as yet one to at Arlinn Cemetery.
mbers and placed in a pouIee edn a nag and as a rbesl the lt Zon prison e n aturdn aire on a stabilized con-Co Green retre from thes
."I love y n,'" One of street of rpid and overtuaed. eed an Ancon home, after slash- (DiArm y. Rowland K. [a* Armly after 40 years Of active
,thbe sera d thenre The -rafuthe r grabbed two Inug two window screens. a told f the Judge that some hia wire In rhadCoo Boeltent.
f rmsc s adly murn E o the ren, and th-e. mother p...aeto give madthe boy a. is. n first world war he ain This is three more cases than Thei a t S- vt.

Sa r dam augdhht the third; budt both adults He will ser s o te frst Ast. Atty. M. Te t rom the servicap--The U.S. Public Health erv ate c l_ planned to
theArooainalPensns,16thouhe r an s rtat he
Wleha rp ep wrehi naona an youth, charf h e Wan grecaed totactive duty the official total now stands at se mo Bd
their armS. Juveniles oint wiauthez onjude t e d to the 14th Infantry, Fort revived vaccine. o C .. .

V Jointly with Vasquez on two 4and wasiged to Fort sin. -
Se the burlaries, was en ot where he became com- The Heolth Service said an in. Brita greeted
t iU flf jk year to serve on the first coun. mending officer two years later, definite number of suspected- but nouneeamtt ti the .-
On the secoAd he received two with the rank of It. col. In 1946 unconufrlaises are under in. reserve..
Years, suspended for a period of he was assigned to the Vir inia vcstiglatlon, .z California, Wash. Meanwtne, il. i
flv years. Espinosa is a Colo InstPolithsn dtute as mil tare Idaho, Missouri, Ohio and Nowe)' 29 ., .
youth who has been convicAteA mnator. yearso In f act e n.
s,_._ O,, several times of theft. x, Executive Officer at Corozal Of nhmtonal total of confirm- .federal ut -
(P) and retired the latter part of e cases, es have been dia the alk
Attorney Ore Rafal Santeo, a 15-er-OlE 1i48. noud paralylc. The two non-pa. Morse t -
sto haII q at r8 a e ltsColombian youth, faced the. Col. Greene had a long and relytle cases were reported In present C
x "ad .eort on a charge of eseas. colorful military career. in one Louisiana and California. voluntary distribuflsf
fromno dthfcal hS Ben h Gatun jail wait phase of tch Gene Tunney .The confirmed cases as of noon 'totally ate a
t o n Bg a year for burglar. credited him with his starting today: California 14,.Idaho 9 Loul- aSm ,
OyM IffT"^ f * **The_ court was told that on his bolng career. Both CoL EhUs 2, Georgia 1Washington 1, senhower's
pd ked the lock at the jail and reene and the former heavy- Colorado and Illinois 1. ttee met secretly
er l star with the De- c&ped at 6:30 p.m. on April 7. weight champion were in France The vaccine used in the two stte-by-state alo
1tr~it. a P Ittaburgh PI- t was accompanied by another together at the time, in 1918. Lousiana cases and there oe scarce vasmo. u 4 au
a young inmate. His sentence wn Col. Greene is survived by his tedr cia ase was suped bsy Eli ng the quati.'bs a
ir a A ejtnded by one-twentieth, th wife, Olive Belie, two sons. ,Her- Co., Indianpols Te L ru T-'
i to u i tipostelion for an e- bert and Albertn both of Band gw prm byCuttae Lab- t2 nthem
can pe r charge. ant d one dauAA2r9, Mrs. oPran toesrcies, Berkeley, Calp. member, ald ahr.uAthsnt
A-maEt o sn oldtme oend eri So ern. of n s bama. nreain rsonI today tho uhel c a 's er

.. tp plantohc r e a e vaccinations iteh htatd vo whis s eo a I'utd
jointly with1 V eztwahto 1 90 art aa mIa el r
D iano Martinez. 38, was one Friends who desire to send a r

emo rwaer adren were strike with polio. ssdatodayIAtl
ou to stealing an electr lmOffrot_-woo*a.. 'The govesrnmenbacked medi-.a ts at eh tlU .ii t
On ..plant from the Tecon Corp. cal research eIunnil announced thertherme-t
yes, enthougen thean thieveraod hIechasign dosaroat hSoe iaVmmeiatel, averi. ase-
fieyearE, inted t oneanattep 3 been poton e d "pesM ding s u iO rio and .

etaneourt. 40, had their tuer ioroatm a Am s,." the
seversaleti suspended f vor f VEcOAe, NOv., May (UP) a tetmil sp tosmanfi. m
yd.. were fst offmnde r e. Unacceptabled weather eparl- It ehad been, s umsh t airt the
=-- no"- ""her 60101 '.-r Jila_.who PhaeO- Whi .conthne 7 last lfht totesc seast ofnow" nLwan
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57. H STREET P. 0. 0OX 134. PANAMA, 1. OP P.
PER MONTH. IN ADVANCr 1.70 $ 2.50
S Pea iI MONTHS. IN ADVANCE 6 80 1'.00
ron ONE YEAR. IN ADVANaC 11.1o' 4'.0


You PaWCanslers are soft. All you do is a lot of hollering
about your Personnel Office, yak, yak, yak, yak.
I hear. tpat a job analyst of the Army Civilian Personnel O
flee got beat up so bad they had to put him in the hospital under
an oxygen tent,
Tl e job analysts from that office have been around cutting
everyone's ira1es. Now I wonder who rerates the Personnel O:
lice pe odnel. I'll bet nobody does.
As ftr back as I can remember, nobody has ever said a goo
aurd aboWt the Army Personnel Office as it has a bad name fo
unfair dealings for the last 20 years.
Here I a suggestion that I think might solve this problem
atlle~ t It won't be like it is now where one man, the job analyst
ca bnake or break anyone: Abolish the entire Personnel Of fc
as fr as rating personnel is concerned. Appoint one man front
each of the technical services to a rating board, who will rate a
personnel. Let these men be chosen from the medium grades
eqeh technical service, not the top ranks, say from about the OS-
or 08G- grades. Let each employee be interviewed by the boar
ofte per year. Shouldn't take over 20 minutes per employ
Their are sex technical services. A decision would require
majority of four votes. This would eliminate all or nearly a
of the present favoritism towards the bosses' girl friend, and hi
fair haired boys, as it would be very hard to persuade five other
mer all wise to brown nosing, and what else goes on, that mount
talhou Jennie Brown is a 08-5 typist, or that Joe Doakes Is
08-13 when all five of them know his 08-4 clerk has forgotten
more than he will ever know about his work. Let's try It, It can'
be any.worse than it is now.

Mall Box:
With reference to the new AFGE Group Health-Accident
Hospitalization insurance, civilian employes of the military should
remember the fOllowing:
On airline lights, this insurance is in effect "only on regular
ly scheduled commercial flights."
If thi.military wahfr-to send you home on leave via their
MATS ( Air TranspAlt.tervice, your insurance is auto
matically void E that luiht.
I suggest that e AnFa check this with the military and
the insurance company, and publish their findings in their regu
lar news letter or in the newspapers.

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COImment 00 i,

Iy VRO IE ML Drewa t SBlk -Se P. thea tt5
M wants to ,u ,* T&.rb*W '1*, 0
Amid the fir arumbi ngsof the -'wand t t ur a? lhm et
danger ao a black market In Salk' l abo,, atG serum suIta~use
vaccine a ubn loudly ohnunemsd of fund bb de- This leaves ut the
iate last week that it would strike aeq. s tai mnt ofetsmoup,veo of the mote
oand shut down the nation's e I adont a a. g.w
suggest' producer of the oant-polsio, i. tall t atoat dangerous
serpush. T ,WAIINGTON. A lot d people. Acay tuael s o dal ns0
It war on the eve of the !oilo r ha e w d wtoP o atlng orag s ar toe.to16
season. The nation was disturbed W Jdas DA. o the a n t Iaghthent .
by news that there woula not be-. bi reah to the man whoues -right up to 0
enough vaccine shots to immunizes fn tim wam to tOp daim read e osee om dam wi-tu W
lve country' 'aeris or another s x bvo.kBlle 4 c m7 0re0 s t h uif o atda mon was stifa c
g months. w lerhrical production dif. eve s u Ea p m to for at te ae of a
Scultles, about which l e puble ward to Dr Salk. To aoculuae the. ,o,0s00
has been told very little, were cdi- Soe ea ya cle hvbetweed birth ad t ev e
er tuog the country medical au- th O day I call e him o w h evnlly saw d
;l A Orlpt~, e~br a pe lhads m"e at, ou doul rquir PaOr"csd m.
Labor a nonal leaders were e' ough a tme his D b r at e t i at hrm,
Sdemanong controls whia n wo He's a man who might not vep hard time En t oe
Prevent a black sharket--as were been, able to discover the vedaels lor the firtn a send p
father zores m our communities. paoKio Td a ecati anWld i t
fAor polio had the CarranWl %hich still o aits the kinde arten
et a Detroit local of the Oil, tr mhe books, aets th e.mbee wis h m-uar ey lde ju t as
or onemsl ant, Atomic Workers Ur- the books is ates we aare etr .gs, pre-senholas and .ia
inn, CIO, warned that it would 'mlgria t. his tether a garme nt antr grte dr e orust asa
n, paralyze the production of anti- worker living ia New York's te d emr ed pol
t, olio vaccine at the Parke Davis bi m d-Mla hettan. He graduated L So Lwould Like to s an t i o
e giant tnere if t aid not get the from the Co of N w tho pol l wn to rewa str Balk
Ml pay oin ease ed a breede Co ummun M. be o widest ewad wosb us
L11 pay incieaseVIfound Dr" Salk as I xsPeet o fhisse thin uinV and
f Admittedly this wae the most I found Dr ahk, as I suspect m4re a w iest possible ur
Strategic moment the union could ied, humble n. He Was ummr. .ti tht a atristin
seize for walking out of negotla- intt Uaresh or 0ter E and 01Iaos #
e. t.ons. John Lewis, for example, nor pub Lie another the Rot, ionai,
a strikes the coal fields deep li the discovered his fa ith rwho chambers of commerce,
winter freeze. But here we're dal- the oth ier views. te fa m commerce,
'ng with the heart 9s of parents shunted interviews Uc ; I .i and m hepte s
r nd the lives of steers. The But he Was interest d dr Ma h hoie te 8,s 0
. ,ery news of a threat red strike corned that he h a dreUn nt I t h e es apt or s
a must have given the lack mar heve a chance to get the p mCb osibt e sot only to
n keteers a shoe in the rm lion of his vaccine should deficit, L p e foundations
t It need o have ha Te finitely jet it. And t tragedy is r to protefhi e kids
Parke, Davis people had prepared 'htianr tirtsent crcum s tans, aent old e h id o to sc
a document stating the com any a of them on't.a h
pdcsition on the renew al o cn and t' t third
treats between the I chemical a s This is partly because there s foorto id.
local and a lodge of the AFL's J I ot yet varcine production-' I do lam to be able to spell
Iaternadonal Assn. of Machinists. though there will be sioi. It's o ut i i th6w this ry should
The chemical union covers 2,000 so because the March Of Dimes aL Ida how tb at
employes. The machinists bargain By BOA the n etigpal foundation for eine r I a peoplerwatt
fr 300 workers. The contracts ex-. I ntle paralysis--wh ch has done to" popl wa
pto no .town. there's noth i n
d pire May I. e such a stupendous Job of battling thsa anstop them.
- The company proposals and de- PARIS.- What I am doing hern though direct flight connections ed al their routine doubts and reach its goal this year. On the of the health educathidren's burea u
hcom pane y prth optosnals an ed de- thoo .ee 'of ea Plaza tiahi Bcon "I the h eehildren andrewu
cided to continue negotiating quiet- I vill Ve a nard time explaining with Zurich or Franort of Lon- ailr ese uL cuse,, h uulU eve 'of great triumph, the coepartmet, Dr. Martha E-
r ly. The chemical local officials. ,lr of truth, since all I am 'on, and so you reach back asJust a. j auy wmas up mn Lanro, triiuting public fell short hie of the bureau. tMaried
- .:an over the papers. They decided s trying to get to Spain far as Parix and hitch hike it ,e,, A, s.,4 bnlugI ak iome, 1 Dr. Salk Indicated that f any- long time ago topget her boss
they were tct satisfactory. The id way hor here on k. ,, ,uno. not yet full vaccine roduction- rs. obby to prepare for the
union pokeman dictated th not wish to discourage What the devil, m week w .. pre wonder u. ne deserved reward for the long equitable distribution of Salk
d- there would be a sto e- s ael as a hobby but this seems late now, and already as good asI lsete l e .a ueeMs s bce cUI .1u o year i batting polio, it was talo sert um
causehis followers wod t ae be the year when everybody divorced. Icrowuiug ow wan yruoaOiy Wi, Basil o r, bead of the pe- ser
Trcpt th e ls. and n on- w s decided to hop a plane or It is diffic'uli to say on what atIcome Luicad t eu ap.asai u, *s.a lio foundation a nd the thousands ged U
tract, no wor apab a boat andInvestigate u this massive urge to move a bas- mer. bde ass .bieU pa an law uef tireless workers wib have i a thekvacne was n
a company tficial lost his tem- rpe. ed. It i1 based on something more MULc i at~, abds a 4.acat silently raised money tohe cne was
e and walked out of the room. Mr. George Lambert, an old than prosperity; something more et, anu as o uer pj t a ragse a aiLais research and the children o innbe csful at tere
S Federal g Mediation Service lbuddy of mme who looks after than the shortening of space byt ready stricken with polio. or it ther a 1 m ed thapos e
as contacted in Washington andTWA in these prts, rekins he the airlines and th luxury of the Uoe ososs wios los dairg bhe d- 'It's pa also because thb d- H in ar fswh gse aent ant at.
Incal mediators moved in quickly. never saw such a crush of tour- .ne steamships. 1y L50 a aaW 4 ulg bod partmeat dlyalso b. eutHe.d a a s dho ar e nts can't aerum
contact edn i Wash i ngn i an TWAin thesC andr revest he th- et aln eS wor and patirn"ento kerst beqaki" l us4 fo S ......tboth the sermg
As this disturbing news seeped lits so earlv in the year. I hear It is more than idIle etriosty; s.PUoamy uiat wowu mincaue a ise welfare in Vah 4adg r. ab- IA-M a- fees. would be out of
across the country, Parke, Davis tell that some of the steamship it is an inner restlessn.ps that Is u sa ta uAso a b& fu&Us u byls department u was slow In
hd only enough commercial vec- lines aren't taking any more pastseems to have been ngendered a b u o a cos, or roi e.a Lcting to ga arantee a fair distri- Furthermore, t hei knw t
cine on hand in the East for about a rs on short hauls, transatlan- oy the troubled times. or 01 m yca. v LUf o tuha&ul u bution of the serum. More eo l this lo o s tries rdest in po ore
rne shot per doctor. tr, but are insisting on lengthier It is almost as if the world Ler ned"tA, anu t a weu nown later. r we luin coom
s ton Se rc ues, the of-chance they'll wore going to end, and the peo- ust a aMd L-e-c or a s.t neighbor ere living copd
theairnesndtoff-ucuyhance tirs are c drwded and anit ation

Parke, Dvis ha oducbof n Aandnt Pa- some idio st s t t sets t light. PetAe are IiovLl t.resuessipde,-.y, ed.Bo r. El
oentf the ma als.- used even Ams t erd m, al The young come o au n SAL'S GREATEST REWARD dreh's bureau, called a meeting of
Salk'i 'aln a a. th season is't on coe, on o other affected offfiauals. She oUt-
Lesa cr r who never a would have ter- t n-.e s iKt s ,a.,e, wo ne v- Real fact u that the National ele urg at
w b t,'Re a 1n tn-oo. oprht club tainted the idea a few ye a back ta wlu 1up swtitag out a tPoli go F datin, whc lsu whiac be a r by

clhe lipin to Collect, 'a e m the first and seem d s, r- ad l amount .o m-
o f lion a se at this time of c to winder aro owye t Ae ar pair d around to ir
Year, an I-' loaded. languages, in strange ea eyFD~ s d this vaccine. credit is oi
child wousd be affected. The ,nglish books o p are taes ngstrat e ood ma a little sllay neW. thea. qR t and. It is courLeousl of the public health service
Reason is that Parks, Davis and jamme4 with people, and h gi that mon- e ted bh her. lth ervic,
the Eli Lilly Company in Indiana- Germans are everywhere, swing The aircraft espeia are I tpose I may ger out of ey Is not yet raise, .
-olis are the nation's two biggest ing their delicate cameras. packed with elderly peo Your here oSe of these cays, but in the They knew that, the ttr '
producers. I'm told by an expert ama ain't going to believe it, see nice old ladies in hr set- za ntme th Hotel Lotti, for my Furthermore, even this gener- mour of serum toing t otr
at the National Foundation for but the raasdi I am in Paris jsenties traveling stag, co ping moneyy is the best hotel in the ous contribution to the inocu tion ner cial cha the great "he
Infastile Parlysis that the Lilly not nostalgia or a quest of cl- b-avely. a i creating very littleredit. And it is difficult to be' the nation's children will ~ov- profit to the medical professor
Co. has been filling only the foun- lures But I can't get out of Ams- fuss. Ibored in nocturnal P a rl a, if er only the zirst and second gr And while tthe medical ajprofrissa.
navt as tod plies for immtYediate m for Barcelona.or Madrid It's as if the old have conquer- you've ever been her before. doctors don't want to profit frdm
commercial distribution. e"I thought," he sighed, "I could polio, there are always a certain
All national production has been a hold out and et more the way amount of bootleggers and profi-

tainers had min them tiny particles L rThey also knew that in a cath.
of copper. These minute speaks Julius LaRosa was a vacationist s-ceateh-can system of distriu-
combined with something called at the Roney-Plaza (Miami Beach) tion, the older children who hge
hevaccine The combination o tion list for the staff reads: "La the vacpe while the youn
hevaccine. The combination ofl, Man on a Hot Tin Tyewriter ,are so-so. Crazy about the hit ing plugs. Arthur Godfrey con-os, Juliu No Puls oicity)." Hu- chircn e with no moneyut
duced the potency of the vaccine song, '"Young aebd Foolish." in that, riuuteu three to-aate, Itleason mn- mility if ever we saw it.-. .Oleg. greater leel would get none.
so that i'f s: months, for exam- The TWA sleeper to Movietown !.t. ..Tlmes Critics B. Atkinson is terrupted his program to "talk it Cassini denies he was in a free- Drr Eliot rd Dr. Scheele tried
le, passed before the vaccine sfm-om"Intl (after Sunday's abroad covering the Shake are up" P dia toe '"oast Of The for-all ..The lamppost with flu- to PreV .nSuch inequality.
zle, passed before the accine wasL .b-p h ,. ...... u oa -to rev, idtuh Inequality.
used, the effectiveness would be' simulcast)' clibed like an angel festivals at .tratford (Engil ad ).lown" host...Priceles advertis- crescent lights outside Romrnoff's But ther c4f. Dr. obby, pr
drastically cut rver Manhatta. .A handful of (They'll be sorrrrreeeee).. .Mag Ing for a musical show that (H'wood) m a k es a the ,be itil- crastlhatel. S~e saw no need
draticllycutnours later we were in Hollywood writer Helen Montrose weds re rates it. .Milton, Eere (another ful women not.so. Their skin turns government tegulation.
Then cama. the problem of de. en route to I. Desert Inn (at Las estates exe Wm. Hutclngs ian lw, who enjoyed the happ.a show, green and their lipstick Mack. .
iding whether to se the vacine Ves for our annual rendezvous South Csiolina June 3rd. .Rich- wm1 give it Coa t-to-Coast ttse -Li Imrperiell the delightful rem- Finall, weeks later and only
.without the methylate. Finally, 'wi Bob EbpeIa Wilbur Clark's urd aIIes (in the army) and ton as will Bob ope, Bing Cro5 taruant on E. 4b is now the after the AprIl. n announcement ,
,methin. called Versene was add- Ieeautiful puttig green. .The tush ill Corey are duethi ty and other pet programs. ..The favorite of Broadway stars d did she rescam'nu that--isen-
ed. Thi cdil the trick. But there overture to tournament of She oa at Blue Angel the towns newspaper rooters have nearby UN "'names" . Pe r hover, ce a a c rce April2
were delays. Champions whices chnriches thel. .The Mteh Kowals (of the ng posres almost daily, the tiak- Rotundo's 8tork Club rhumband to insure* S--r -.aisbuti ".
Incidentally. the expert seid that Runyon Cancer evnd entry A pril tage and edr wPat chums to et brtokrs are "selling' It and ae up their "rest break" Sa.tr- Norse of Orea
no one know, s ust how much of .Aboard the ~lant Cnsteaton know their Little Church Arounad last eight when a spenacer tr da y n -mhtil 4 "tba.m. lto N.iht rag a bo to inOre a
the vacin.e without the Versene was Rosemary oone who came the Corner Weddin has lasted 4 buy two seats folr Friday light, the An ese" cast. Rotundos fair atlb bton ch cndl-
in it ha, been withdrawn or re-o N. Y. stand as ear already,- .rom a Hoy. h y weren'L available at the io crew purned- their 8100 cheek re from f to
ts ted Obou y the problems are to N. .or a ,n g uest on wood column: "WW ar.ud A Bl1cc. .Conlratuations to them tru : "Give it to the tunyon womm would -, e -a.
Especially with s Ix malor Francis naled her almost imme- insurance firm said it didn't tag up off te floor and fightlg Ward doing in shot-bilz A tram- chilkm over u ; adudt
producer of the an vaccine diatel despite Roale's alle ed include punitive damages. T h e beck. poli. act?.
In the field.-Cutter Labratorles in British accent... .Wben abe bro.e- ABC lawyers just recent Walter Iran Keesan's heart belongs to ....
Berkeley, CaW, Pitman Moore up and lauf'aed her familiar howl zeeful news. That he is FULLY the Nation's top laundry tycoon
m Indiana,. and Wyeth abor. --that dit it..,,. "No Britisher .OVE t, D or acl claims, include. N. i -e wings in we- SIDE GLANCES By C l a th
tries n shape and a in laughs ske.that i aid Arlene. and ing puitive damages nva the a-t ;on Chicago (where she appears ,
PhiladelphIa-in' addition to "the Bosemaryn lot her mask. .Anoth- work's lnsurnce policies. an the Tom Duggan show) to -ee .
Dig Two which prodtpe 0 pecet er passen erwus ABC's John Daly --- her loVe. . We are pamned to
of the total. " aiso of "ie) covering the atom- -.. read that Trumpeter He Buss b ."
Obviously, the chemical union iC bomb tst at Yucca a.ts, which It's been a peculiar Broadway is gon. His ocits rev d tha,"t ',
shoed no senseeof sp-n.ibdl lt we decided to sleep through. tiestr.ssason T rhLec hv e p som e' mu-
wn..... .t....v s outy d el i anned several showlIn t and Ii-lobb Hosh tuo lda b gteful or, ls'.t
of the itters in.such, a situation. The net t Miss rebaor d may be .~ ure Woof ShOws intodflops Henry wasothe first to u. el I-.-d

-, a . a etty AUN wrove are homogeni:- man aer oc~minti the stars. fl*..h ~, J '~. .M apis -uu ... la t I u ;I I

In rr. ri g TheiRoosevelt Raceway coat. king at the league sadin Coon Beach Club omn La aThe '
-- ... .... .- blushe-r has a aOimmi to Dodgers' chief Walter O'Me&y palm and Miami Beach bus '* ",,is
jit mm od.s's as get tips. Cleans your specs when says: "That oughta end talk of bat Wooe lonahue ad gar ,
an, mh cheuh, aretbra, you wash your face.. Teguila has team dismnason . .Mary Roche anne O'rien won't nd their su..
IIdU poaiteL dh w XWO Southern Californians sleeping in of "Paama Game" finally got ber tful teiad ship by maryiag.
M the noon0ay *ag. .Frank Cop-. mar fredo aftea r t l gye 2bums report they're inlove but IN
I le w sain e euldn't slum- of Question mark ept: mat crays -
S3t- xto m her. "Take sEBI pills." he wan Did Lrraine Manville and Chs. yw .
1arm neus I aasewh 1 trdd. ."My as," he said, Baxter elope to Vegas? . .Eva
."frighten I s. ..*'Jne Pickens Gabor a John Hodlak??? Show Business Tragedf:-The
Si in the .r..t West Indies and Libenea to Coina Wright: "I like New Haven and Bostonea ai e
being recetved t theagh she were you so much. You were nTe to (and sellout business a Ia est
stil listed in Mi feoIal Register. me when I WA struggling". during Lant. and Passoverw w--
Cliffs. Webb baq had a n g, the "Ankles"
SKitty White a new Mercury plat-op O. his l- ih he llnt. t"her to A nles'
/ tar. "I Can't CO age," ,s for r. ol w .,". Bea "Ao e,' oen ; to
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S) i 4e Pre 1 2t cohaede4 t at Isto
1Va.) said tariff =edu 0on mady be _a~' "eever
of President'painful" for some industries. But from
e& tde. in id the long run, he said, the pro- H6A
Wt7,ee UtehA rto b will lead to "greater bene- which
C Its tarM for all" and will "ouild a per- anin
i- a-d4" i' uanut bridge to connect a. grow- then'
f--t JuLta. -widely-rhared prosperity at InjurM
r." ...' @he dIonie with International peace." He r
Ienk-e opiene- Senate Democratic leader *Lyn- which
4Ie's request don B. Johnson (Tex.) and Re- dent
-9 (of the publican leader William F, K.now- nation
itWad perami- .and (Calif.) agreed that the House
Steir cent in approved measure will be passed Sen.
Ii Ay the Senate within a week. Nev.,
A nowland, who threw his support a lef
a e soln- to..the bill, baid he expects no menat
Or t akey rippling amendments. the t
egiSative, pro- every
wfore the 43rd Byrd said all major free-world- nueds
be U.S. Cham- nations have accepted the red- Sen
The busin ess procal irad.. program. He term- A F
on the issue. ed the bill a must if this country said

Ike's Librilized Trade Plan
find foreign markets for an "absolutely .ssential" to give the
growing surplus of ptdluets President time to negotiate trade
our farms and factories."' agreements.
said the Finance Comiftoe, -
drew up the Senals bill,
ded the measure to' trengb-
saeguards "against. aMrlous
7 to the country's economy."
eforred to an amendment
would authorize the PrtO
to curtail imports that injure
nal defense industries.
a, Georgt W. Malone (R
who is expected to speape s %
fgth later, read a short state-
yester.ay in which he said
rade bill "places in jeopardy
product or industry that
protection" against imports.
I. Alben W. Barkley (D-Ky),
finance Lommittee member,
a three.year extension is

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Baum is any example, look for
Cocky Marciano to be our next
Freat tenor.
Eaurn or. of the Met's top
Snores. was fighter back ln-his
early Vienni days. One day he
stepped into the ring with a Ger-
loan heavyweight named M a x
j hmelmg,. A tew minutes later,
saum had a broken rose.
in setting it properly, the sur.
kE.ons removed a bone. Baum
:ame out of the hospital with a
'ingwg, clear tenor. And an oper.
,tic career was born, by book.
Eight hook M
Denise Lor Mercury's lovely
Sray-eyed stau- is most unusual.
he actually thinks about what
the's singing She reads the lyrics
yf a song unt to seEhwhere she
gan put n a tricky sound, but to
ijgure out what they say, what
he story is, how best to do jup-
!re to the meaning.
What is so rare as a logical in-
terpretation of lyrics!
0 "Oh, I may put in a gimmick
9sr two,'- she says, referring to
ahe current lad for strange vocal
rises. "After all, every record
eeds an ear catcher. But I'm not
ying to create any partic u I a r
nund that's always me."
SThere are Denise thinks, two
ays of doing a song, Just as
here are Iwo ways of acting
'rst is the '"Stanislavsky pe-
hod," -famouus in theatrical cir-
les-which she says can be tinter.
reted vocallly when "a sin ge r
akes believe he IS the' person
iinr.g the lyricss"
he, however, prefers to stuy,
nd di est the meaning of te
Viics. then sing them as she to-
ieves sh really Would if she ore
r that position.
The .c ault no matter what the
ethod. is pleasing. Denitse's volce
nd style make beautiful mus
together. Ard, since she's a
handsome hunk of woman, she
would seem to have 4 bright
Denise Is one ihrusht w h o
never had to knock on d ors"
hu advance her career.
"I've been very lucky.'I re
tays. "1 got my first job ths'ugh
Iny teacher'd husband, and ever
iEce it's been 'the same. Some.
iody will ay, 'I hear so-and-
P is looking for a new singer,
.nd I'll go over and audition.'"
Right now she's the girl vocal-
bt on Garry Moore's TV show,
which kee n, her around New
York "or which 's gratefulW,
Eves in Greenw.. Coon., '"nt
fa ar way: with her husband.
fy Martin, and two sons.
*That teacher of hers, incident
Kly, Isn't the usual voice teacher
t least, Denise doesn't study the
sual vocal lessons
"I'm learning more about act-
hg and sonx interpretation," she
joys, "than mechanical things like
Bow to breathe through your el-
o and what to do with your
bs. I thinkk the former is more
.;iportant, anyhow."
t See-moet unusual gal.
* There's a lot of furor about
ijhythm and blues lyrics b e I p
ff-coloL. They may be. but a
Jot of singerF feel it's the in.-
.4erpreta don that makes th em
Phat way.
"It's all in the way a tune is
Ung," says Mary McCoy. "Why,
could sing "Hickory Dickory



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Dock' a '`wV that it wouldn't
De for kids.'
DICK PICKS: Tony Bennett
hlas a beau'v in "Punch and Ju-
dy Love" (Columbia). Others:
"Southern Cross" (The- A m e s
Brothers. RCA); "Butt e rcup"
(Neal Hefti, Epic) ; "Me!" (it-
zi Mason, MGM); "Shake the
"Aand of a 1.tranger" (The Prali
tie Choir RCA); "Johnny's Med-'
icy'" (Johnny Maddox, Dot); "Be
Sure, Beloved" (Jo Stafford, Co-
lumbia). "Marty" (The Naturals.
MGM): "'Pr.mises. Pro mi ses"
tThe Four Ccins, Epic); "Roses
and Revolvers" (Vaughn Monroe,
Best recent. jazz albums: "East
Coast-West C oa st Seene" (Al
Cohn and Shorty Rogers, RCA);
Virgil Gosaives Sextet" (N o c-
turne); "One Night Stand"
(Charley Bainet, Cle f); "The
Artistry of Tal Farlow" (Nor.
gran); "Jazz Studio 3" (John
Grass, Decca): "Jazz interwoven"
(Paul Desmond and Dave Bru'-
beck, Fantasv); "Dancing Ja zz"
(ruk Murpny, Columbia);
,"Charlie Christian" (With B e n ny
rGoodman, Columbia).
Interesting recent symphonies:
t'.bellus' Symphony No. 2 (B a r-
birolli and the Halle Orchestra,
RCA); Rach'ianinoff's Symphony
No. 3 in A-Minor tOrmandy and
,Te Philadelohia Orchestra, Co.
iumbia), Mehler's Symphony No.
S in' -MaJor (Flipse and the Rot-
terdam Philharmonic Epic);
Tchaikovsky's Manfred Sympho.
ny (Klitzki and the Philarmonia
Orchestra, Angel);' Saint-Sa e ns'
Symphony No 3 (Toseanini and
the NBC Symphony).

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BANDUNG TAKES THE 8POTLIGHT-More than half the world's population rm n aree four
times the size of the U. S. will be represented at the Asian-African conference at Bandung, Indo-
nesla, starting April 18. Announced purposes of the parley ere to better mutual relaUotns di-
cum economic problem. Hosts of the parley are the so-called "Colombo powers'- Idia i
Indonesda, Ceylon and BuDma. I*et In above Newamap shows Ido ia; which won doqeme .
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SHungry Jail-Breaker Killed Ft. Kobbe Teengeor
Enjy Expedllo
In Bloody Manhunt Climax To Barro (CotIad

CANTON, N. Y., May 3 (UP)-! More\than 200 state troopers The Teenage Club of Fort Kob-
A vast six-day man hunt came to and civilian volunteers had search be had another field trip Saturday
a bloody climax yesterday when Il a three mile square are since to Barro Colorado. Some' O peo-
a hungry jail breaker who vowed Friday for the three figutives. ie took the train at Fedro Mth
be would never be taken alive Talarico aand LaShomb fina 11 y uy la for therip t Froles,th oen
was shot to 'death and his fugitive were brought down in woods and launch toBarro010ra d o.
pal wounded seriously by police underbrush on a 300-acre dairy There were 22 teenagers and 8
.vho trapped them in a woodland tarm soon fter they stopped at moults who had yodng ideas until
swamp. the home of 2oyd' M. Corey to we started up the 20o plus steps
A third fugitive was believed to ask for food. from the launch landing up to rao
be in the area. Heavily-armed po- the aoatory at Barro Colorado
e pressed their search for The dogs led the troopers a-where we were. given a brief o-
him through dense underbrush cross rugged terrain to the edge tiunt a"d guides as
and woods 3piy a few miles from ut the dairy farm. There, police our trek through the jungle.
the Canadian border. saw LaShomb and Talarico dart. Not so much wild life was ob-
ing in and out among brushy served on this trip as on one tak-
Hunger finally led to the en- shrubs and trees.' L previously but this was due,
trapment of Frank Talarico, 44- The two men drew their gun *n part, to the fact that most of
ear-old Utica, N.Y., police char- But they did not move fast en- th game is staying closer towa-
acter, and Ralph LaShomb. 29 cugh. The police fired before the ter. Also the species of monkey
Potsdam, N.Y. Police guidoa by fugitives had a chance ,to start Q the trails known as homo-sa-
bioodbndsfound them 6 a- hooting. pen, made more noise than
bl tky had stopped ant t monkey i the trees.
0lg for f-o0I l^ LaShomb suffered-a ^ I sue
Pa oice astoo l bi whim vement and beaut

l fo manLeon Cask i n a t The fugtiv, who had beenh n th hos in t'
A joke out of St. Lawrence County jal on variuas -charges include bsh th" s ts returned t.--tho
jail last Wednesday with the ,th- larceny, burglary, assault nd laboratory lunch which w a s
era but surrendered Friday after gun-carrying, esc e a p e d Iast heartily enjoyed by all. Somevi
the .fugitives shot t out with po- Wednesday after slugging a guard. itors which were wllng subjects
lice at a deserted farmhouse. A for the camera fiends. Three ve
state trooper was wounded in that try handsome Coati Mundia and a
exchange. DeIII n nis saino or pig.
"Talarico, who had a long police Last year there was a deer. and
record, -came to the type of end a tapir around the house. Not
reserved for public enemies as mg them this time, one m
bid for freedom even as. the po- w* ** T alks ol the party asked one of the
pcc- oohe closed- in on him. b what bad happened to,,them. ife
"Talkirlo's face was practical- Ad Fr io. said they.,still came around but
;'"^ ly b)own:off, said farmer Cha. that the tapir had become jealbus
S pin, Collins, one of the first per- Nof the attention given the d eer
on to h the sen per- LONDON, My ( The andhad bitten -the tail off te
In Uto Talarih the s wfe and 'British Goverbment said yes- deer.
mother of his fvechildren,, sob- day it is not holding any talks The eight "*ol" teenagers der
t ed bitterly when- t614 the news with the United:States over a cided to rest They were o ntly
"He wasn't a criminal like the maintain rhiang Kai-shek on.For- young l heart The teenaprs in
No. U AVpapers make out," she sobbed. "I moss. actual years allwent swimming
Phone34517 .t hin3212 think it an outrage. I i ave R. H. Turton, parliamentary un- until t1e e mlach to-take
g01-. rnwin cliloren. e der-secretary for foreign 'affairs tnem back to Fijoles.
owing... -"_ -told the House of Commons that There an elderly Panaman ian
while. there-were "constint-Anglo- with a basket ,of marnesnd'e-
,American normal diplomatic Ox- pitas de maranon (cashew) raid-
changes" !none of them concerned ly sold out to.tho youngsters w*eU
SA ny promise to use British troops had the necessary money. Ma a -
to safeguard-the NAtionalist Chi- gos were 5 cents each; cashews;
Ii nese. 3 for 5 cents pineapples 10 cents.
E I So you can see that the specie
The question arose when Solal- Homo- sapiens even -eat like moo-
o.nts Emmanue *Shinwell. form etr keys. Anyway, a good time was
1-I % Fur. InStumit dcleuse minister, asked a b u t had by all.
reports from New York say ing I
"e Fl the Government was having con-
H Se Flower .9 versations with the U.S. on For- n.8il y
W rao u fte ...sa and to what purpose. aIlI JSialIn Pu
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is holding talks over a commit-
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..B the anwer "s no," Turton replied; vr
The Naval Station, Rodman,
has advertised for sale by compe..
titive sealed bids 45 lots of foreign
excess property" located in t h e
iDispossl Yards at Rodman a n 4
The lots .include usable item
of a general nature. Tires, tubes,
rims, batteries, corrugated steel
i "i'i sheets, and household furnish ing
are among those items being
advertised under invitation B-.1
55 which is scheduled to be open-
ed at 10 a.m. May 10.
The property may be inspected
and copies of the invitation to bid
may be obtained on any.- regular
working day through Monday be-
tween the hours of 7:30 a.m. and
2:30 p.m. by contacting the Siles
Office, building No. 31 Rodman,
phone Rodmnian 3874.
Bids must be received not later
than 10 May 10.


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7 Street No. 13
4th of July Ave. & J IL
Jutse Arosemena Ave. and 33 5L

111 La Carrmsquulla
Central Ave. 45
No. 3 Leary Plaza

Fourth of July Ae.
Agencia Internal. de Publicaciones
45 CenIrel Ave.
Parque Lefevre 7 Street

Ave. TivoU No. 4
140 Centsl Avw
50 Street No. u

J. Fee. de la Oa Ave. No. 1
H street No. &
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5 to 10 p.m.-Adults. Pro-teen
& Teenagers. By appointment only.
S Morniing......... Balboa 2-429
SAfter 5 p.m..... Panama 3-1660

14.28 4th of July Ave.
Phone Panami 2-0552

"We can help YOU with

Dr. A. and E. ORILLAC
(Palmer Graduates)
5 Per Avenue Tel. 3-1318
(1 block from Lux Theatre)

Packers Shippers Movers
Phoenes 2-2451 2-2562
Learn Riding at
Riding & Jumping classes117
r to S p.m. Phone 3-027V
or by appointment.

B.dy end Reducing Massaes.
M Levy Machines, turkish s.
Meale nd female operators.
Just r Aiosemne Av. 58.

e Match-Stick Bamboo
r0- -
0 Venetian Blinds
STravere Curtains
0 Glass t Weed Jalousies
Cail 2-302 qr 3-4904
mti ntes Given Without
Obligation !
,D IxDistributed by
Sroductos deo Madera, S.A.
Central Ave. (between Kodak
ulldlng & Fifth Ave. Store).

other Superior
Of Italian Convent
ies Unexpectedly
M, May S (UP) Moth-
superior Mary Clara Schwarz
the Sisters of Saint Felice of
e died here unexpected-
0dt y She was 58.
mother superior had been
bledical care for some
ibut was not considered to

S t ales oSerleei
Central 26-79.
: Tel. 2-4591.

SiSALE: lefigerators,
brand new, five
warranty, no down
Payment, $12.50 month.

Central 28-79

a stoves Modern-Maid,
d new, one year guar-
4atee, no down payment,
$10.00 month.
Central 28-71.

received new shipment
latest Model RC-80M
a r d Recordcehanger
a0 lte t*with 46 RPM
1Lad Manetc T.O.
Y- ony $52.50.
Central 6-79.


FOR SALE:-Small weahing ma-
chines "Whirlpool" and Mas-
ter Grandeo" formerly $95.00
and $50.00. now $60.00 and
$30.00. Halman. S.A. Via Espa-
fie No. I.
FOR SALE: Used "Bendix"
automatic washing machine in
very good condition. $75.00.
Holman. S.A., Vie Elspa o No.
FOR SALE:-Swedish chain like
new, oil and watercolor point-
ings, miscellaneous household i-
tems. 5965-A, Diablo. Smith
Place at end Walker Avenue.
FOR SALE:-25 cycle 9' West.
inghouse refrigerator, $75.00.
Call 2-3740. House 5438-C,
FOR SALE:-Cheap dlningroom
sets and bed. Domingo Dies No.
FOR SALE:-One redio-phono-
graph combination in beautiful
mahogany cabinet. One studio
couch, easy chair with Oft..-
man and two-cushion chair,
$75.00 and $65.00 respective-
ly. Call Balboa 2-2775.
FOR SALE:-Bargoin-Dinette
sat excellent condition, $40.00.
House 6260 Los Rios. Phone 2-
FOR SALE:-Mahogeny buffet,
$10.00; mahogany chiffonier,
$7.50; metal table, $2.00;.
wicker table, $3.00; small bom-
boo table, $2.00; small meho-
gany table, $3.00; miscellane-
*us dishes and cooking utensils.
0763-1 Williamsen Place, 9:00
to 11:00, 4:00 to 6:00.
FOR SOLI: 9x15 wool rug.
$50.00. Zone 2-4327.
FOR SALE:-1 3 cubic foot deep
froeese, $200.00. 60 cycle, ex-
cellent condition. Phone Ama-
dor 5210.

Scout News

"Spring Day" Rally
At Ganboa
A rally, in 'which, all Canal
Zone Girl Scouts will take aprt,
will be held this Saturday, in the
Gaitmboa hplaygound area:
"Spring Day" is the title given
the rally by the Girl Scouts; it
will open at 8 a.m. and continue
to 12:30 p.m.
Scouts from both sides of the
isthmus, brownies intermediates,
and seniors, will demonstrate one
activity that they have done in
their troop Lhis year. These dem-
onstrations wil take the form of
camperaft skills, crafts, drama-
tics and foik dancing for the In-
termediates and simple cr a ft s,
songsand. games for the brown.
"Spring Day" will begging with
a welcoming -address an&b a im-
piessive fl.s ceremony, The troop
demonstrations will occupy t h e
bulk of the morning, to be follow-
td by nosebag lunches. G ro u p
singing, highlighted by a special
polka demonstration by senior
TrOop "0"' of Balboa, will close
the event.
The rally I. the first of its
l.ind ever held by the Canal. Zone
Girl Scouts, although It is an an-
nAal affair in most States Coun-
cils. Parents and friends ar6 most
cordially invited to attend.
Mrs. Avis Altymier is acting as
the program coo r d i n a t o r for
."Spring Day,'" assisted by Mrs.
Margaret Coate and Mrs. Whit-
more. Mrs. Beverly Friedman is
leading the group singing. Mrs.
Alice Hagborg will be in charge
of the flag ceremony.




All Three

Are Parts of a

(Just below "El Rancho")

7 Oldsmobile 2-door 98


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FOR SALE:-4eld fishes, ecue-
riums, filters. San Francisco 7th
St.. house 18. Tel. 3-5587.
FOR SALE:-Headstone in Car-
rara Marble, Georgia and Min-
nesotea GRANITE, in grave lead-
Ing and raised letters. Open on
Sunday morning. Marmoleria
Casimire Moreno, Paname. Tel.
Offers non-ferrous motels for
Sealed bids, for opening in pub-
lic, will be received until 10:30
a.m., May 20, 1955, in the of-
fice of Superintendent of Store-
houses, Balboa, for approxima-
tely 394,700 pounds of Na on
Ferrous Metals located at Sec-
tion "I," Balboa Storehouse,
telephone 2.2720. Invitation
No. 160 may be obtained from
the above source, or from of-
fice of Superintendent of Store-
houses, telephone 2-1815.
FOR SALE:-A Milton piano
upright, good condition, $200.-
U Street, case 1, Apt. 15.
FOR SALE:-Worm water for
shower "Tropik-Shower" water
heater complete and installed,
$19.50. Phone 2-1326, Radio

FOR SALE:-Used air condi-
tioned unit, perfect condition.
% or ./4 60 cycle. Apt. 949.
FOR SALE:-At bargain prices
a great quantity of merchondbis
at the Vilenova sale starting to-
m o r r w: dresses, lingerie,
blouses. Everything, at give away
prices. Control Avenue No. 115.
Sealed bids will be received for
aloil or any port of the antique
black ebony Chinese Furniture
belonging to the estate of H.
Wheeler Roe, Sr., deceased.
Furniture may be seen at Wore-
h a u s a of Transportes Baxter
(near El Rancho Gordon) daily.
Bids should be mailed on or be-
fore May 16, 1955 to: Lean
Hdim, c/e Van Sielen, Ramiaeca
& do Costro, Bex 124, AMeon,;
C. Z. All sales are sublet to
confirmation by. the U.S. District
Court for the Canal Zone.

United States -

Exports To Russia

Tripled Last Year
-The United States ex p o r t e d
three times as much to Rusia
ind her European satellites last
year as it did in 1953, the Com-
merce department reported Sun-
day night.
Bulk of the increase occurred
in the last three months of 1954,
the department said. The increase
was attributed largely to grain
Kent to Hungary, Czechoslovakia
and east Germany under the
President's Flood Relief program
for the Danube basin.
The report listed $5,958,000 of
exports to the Soviet European
bloc in 1954, compared to $1,776,-
C00 in 1953. But the total was less
than two percent of the shipments
in 1947 and consisted mostly of
agricultural common d i t i e s and
wool rags.
Imports from that area also in-
creased last year. They totaled
$42,277,000 in value compared to

Ah excellent opportunity
for a capable salesman to
represent a good company
selling a product in great
demand by industrial
plants, public utilities and
HORIZON. The man select-
ed for this job will enjoy
an immediate income.
For further details.
Republic Powdered
4050 West 150th Street
Cleveland, Ohio.

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ATTENTION G.I.! Just built
Modern furnished aprtments, 1,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water.
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT:-Furnished end un-
furnished 2 end 4-room modern
apartments. Contact ALHAM-
Ph..o 186 Coltn.
FOR RENT: Apartment, 2
bedrooms, living-dining room.
kitchen San Francisco. For in-
formation telephone 1464, Bal.
FOR RENT:-Furnished oport-.
mont with refrigerator. Porch,
parlor dining room, bedroom
kitchen, garage $60.00. Inquire
112 Vie Belisorio Porros, near
Roosevelt Theatre.
FOR RENT:-Two bedroom o-
partnent, maid's room, garage.
Jut built. Alberto Navarro St.
No. 12, El Cangrejo.
FOR RENT:-Residential aprt.9~
mont, 3 bedrooms, porch, sittil
and dining room. Hot waler,
mald's room. 46 St: No. 8. Price
$120.00. Phone 3-0351.

I -

FOR RENT:-Modern furnished,
cool oRartment. Ave. Tivoli 16,
from May 15 on. Calle 2-5827.

FOR RENT:-Completloy fur-
nished apartment, three bed-
rooms, two bath, servant's quar-
ten, freezer washing machine,
all conveniences. Panama 3-
FOR RENT: Two bedroom e-
pertment. with porch, living
ein, kitchen and garage, in
Sen Francisco, Posee Cincuente-
nerio No. 68.
FOR RENT:'- Cool bedroom,
living room dinette, kitchen,
Next street from 4th July Ave.
Colle Darien No. 8.
FOR SALE (autos),
FOR SALE: -Sunbeam Alpine
Mark II Sport Car 1954. Radio,
excellent condition Best offer
over $1800.00. Albrook 3190.

a' Asks Congress

For Subscription

To New IF Corp.
President Eisenhower has as X e d
Congress to authorize a subscrip-
tion of $35,168,000 to the new In-
ternational Finance Corp. "to for-
tify free social and political ins-
The President said the $35,168,-
000 which had been included in
his budget message, would be a
part of the $100,000,Q00 capi t al
stock of the corporation.
In a message to Congress the
President said the "entire free
world needs capital to provide a
sound basis for economic growth
which will support rising stand-
ards of living and wilfortify free
social and political zlsttutions.'
He said that "ain its own en-
lightened self-mterest," the United
>ates is "vitally concerned" a-
bcut the movement of capital into
free countries unable to pay their
own way.
The president said government
funds should not be regarded as
the "basic sources" of capital for
international investment. He said
.he major purpose of the IFC will
be to nelp channel private capital
and private management into pro-
ductive investment opportunities.
The corporation will be an af-
filiate of the International B a nk
frr Reconstruction and Develop-
nent. It is designed to provide
:isk capital fcr financing the es-
tablishment and expansion of priv-
ate enterprises in member coun-
The president said U.S. partici-
pation in the IFC "will be a step
forward in our foreign economic
policy in cooperation with other
free nal.ons."

$38,437,000 in 1953 and consisted
mainly of Polish hams and Rus-
sian furs.
The department said liberaliz-
ing of security export controls on
shipments last August had had
very little effect on trade with
the Soviet European bloc.
Since last August, the depart-
maent said, inquiries concern i n g
trade with the Soviet bloc have
increased from an average of two
a week to an average of seven
a week. But it said, "the inquir-
'es appear to be based more on
tentative 'feelers' than on orders
actually tendered" for U.S. gods.

1949 Packard

4-door Sedan $525.00

Call George B. Lawson, Jr.



FOR SALE:-1950 Buick. Ex-
callent condition. Radio. hooter.
new tires. new upholstery $700.
Navy 3688 after 5:00 p.m.
MOR SALE: 1952 Ford, 4-
dsor. 6 cylinder, Fordomatic.
27.000 miles. Qtrs. 362-B, Fort
Clayton. Phone 87-5228.
FOR SALE:- 1952 Chevrolet
4-door Deluxe, excellent condi-
tion. Margarita Phone 3-3150.
FOR SALE: 1948 Lincoln
Coupq, good condition at bar-
gain price. Phone 3-2116, Pan-
ama City.
FOR SALE: 1951 Packard
"300" 4-door Sedan, black.
W-S-W, like new. Oweor leav-
ing. Prime $1,100.00. Curundu
5231 after 5:00 p.m.
FOR SALE:- 1941 Plymouth,
$150.00. Good motor, good
tires. Ft. Amador 4128.
FOR SALE: 1951 Packard
Coupe. Excellent condition, ori-
ginal owner, 20,000 miles, seat
covers, hydromatic, very reason-
able. Phone Balboa 2870.
FOR SALE:-1949 Dodge Club
Coupe. Radio, seat cover#, white
sidewalls. Cell 2-1674. )

Real Estate
FOR SALE:-Beautiful lot in
Golf Heights. 4.0mx50m. Tele-
phone 2-1661.


1953 Dodge 4-door Sedan... $1275.00

SW16th. Street COntraf Av
v~n atnri

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SHRAPNEL'S finished houses
on beach at Santa Cler. Tele-
phone THOMPSON, Ralbeo

PHILLIPS Ocenside Cottaes,
Sant Clara. Box 435., Blbo.
Phone Pwaneme -1177. Crieto-
bal 3-1673..

FOSTe'S COTTAGES, one mile
past Seats Ctlos. Low rates.-
Phone Bebona 136.

WILLIAMS' Senta Clera Beach
Cottages rockgos, refrigore-
tion, 2-bedroom.. Phoabe Bboe

Gramlich's Santo Clare leach
Cottoges. Modern conveniences,
moderate rates. Phone Gambee

WANTED: Competent rei.
gerotor dehenic, prmanent I
employment. BIle, Av. Peru
No. 72.

Boats & Motors
FOrttALE:-1952 Johnsen Sea
Hore end 8 foot re siam une-
bout. Call Gamboe 6-294 or
see at house 126-.


FOR RENT:-Cool room with
balcony. stndiante St. 26-.27 a-
bove Panaderio Ancen,
FOR RINT:-Furaished room
to bachelor or married couple.
Fint St. Porejil, hose 71-30,
Apt. 12.

BOX 2031 ANCON, C.Z.
REPAIR refinish bmbee, Rat-
tan furniture, (guImntee work.
House service. Special prices.
Phone 2-5174.

Dr. W NDEHAKE Medical
Clinic beside Capitol theater.
Dpy-night service. Tel. 2-3479.

FOR RENT:-Small chalet, one
bedroom, living dining room,
kitchen. Moderate rent. General
Jose do San Martin Ave. No.
6. downstairsn.
FOR RENT: Second floor of
residence oe General Jose San
Martin Avenue No. 6: Four hed-
rooms, living roem, dining room,
kitchen, Iage perch. Inquire
ground floor.

Help Wanted
WANTED:-Moad for cooking
and housework. Must under-
stand Spanish. No. 10,100,
10 /2 St. upstairs. New Cris-
tobal, 3rd. house before Hospi-
tal Guerrero, Colon.
WANTED i -Reliable maid for
general housework and wash-
ing. Must sleep in. Engel-Souse
Building, corner 44th Street &
Colombia 2nd floor, apartment

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You will love our SPECIAL 'this week.
SIX-PIECE SAW SET for only ........ 1.98
THREE-PIECE HAMMER SET for only.. 1.98
One set of each per customer.
Till Wednesday only! "


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Follow the value-wise crowd
to the "best buys on wheels!"
All prices deeply slashed for
a fast sell-out. All cars pre-
tested and ready to roll.
Terms to suit!


Ask for: ED. ABBOTT and he will Guarantee you the best
used Car Deal During Colpan's Huge May Sale. REMEM-
BER!! During May we won't be under sold. .

1951-Lincoln Club Coupe. Luxury at a price you
can afford. Brilliant Turquoise Finish. Spot-
less interior. Radio, W/S/W, automatic trans-
mission. Full Price $1095.00.

1951-Buick Super 4 Door Riviera Sedan. Equipped
wish Radio, Four new tubeless'tires, factory
installed seat covers. See this bargain today.
Full Price $895.00.

1951-Chrysler Convertible Coupe. The popular six
1953-Ford Sunliner Convertible. Light Green Poinit cylinder model Fully equipped end rnody to
- Radio FOM, Excellent mechanical condition. go. Full Price $895.00.
New op. A dry season Special. Full Price
$1500.00. 1951-Pontioc Convertible. Yellow Body and Block
Top. Radio, new tires. Excellent mechanical
condition. Full Price $950.00.

191-Mercury Club CAupe. Traded by the oriainol
owner on a new car. Completely recondtioe. 1952-MG Convertible Coup an ideal second
ed with ell new tires. Full Price $795.00. car for any family. $675.00.

Immediate Financing Available




1947 Buick Special 4-door..s $275.0

16th St. Central Ave.
TEL. 800 COLON, R. P.

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with eone Barry
' Also: -
"The Lone eanit"
with a oel McCrea

0.U3 8.0

with Glenn Ford
with Dan DUrea
Linda Da ell

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S-with -
Richbrd WOAN Lory NELSON

LUX Thebatrea


with -
Loretta YOUNG Joseph COTITEN


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CECIUA Theatre.'.,


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"Yank at Eaton"

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with Dick Powell
with Paul Douglas

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CAUTION-AND HOW!-Swarming bees on the yellow sector'
of an' E Centro, Calif., traffic light emphasized "caution" to ev-'
jeryone alproaching. The bees were attracted by the light and
built the "beard" (arrow). They left only when removed by hand
into a c rd f boy by Morgan Short, a Calipatria farmer who
M happened to be passing. -

HOLLYWOOD/(NEA))-,- Ho-'films will be puzzlers unless the
lywood and GrapeVine: Jean Pe- title, is change. ILatest in .the
ters, Hollywood's new now-you cornpone comedies is "Ma and
see-her.now-you-don't gal, is no Pa Kettle In the Ozarks" but
mystery woman around the north there's no Pa. The character of
area 4) Miami Beach- her hid retired Percy Kilbride's brother,
Sn place tfor lo these j, a n plzyedby Arur-il9 c1t11
She deposits her Fox salary at Jorie Main takes all 13 kids
8 M~ami Beach bank, s, J a vacation to tbe a .
Gold Coast property an w l THunnicutt's bben signed to f"
shortly have pUiled up engug.h eight of the films buthe.cap't
residence months to get a ~Flo- be Pa because he's already mar-
rid& divorce fr6m her "husband, ried to'Una Merkel. -
Stuart Cramer, Il, it she h oos- Galling the s eies "MA Kettle"
Is the studio's paly out,
*BETTY LU, the former Mtas ....
Tqxas featured on Jack C a r- YUL BBRYNN tells It about
soWs NBC-TV show, la dating an the late Gertrude Lawrence, his
NBC producer. H e's a foot aflort- COstr in "The King And I." One
er than Betty and the oth e r n11;t during the Boston tryouts
night, during a battle, H Otty O the Broadway hit, he took
and the other night, dutig 'a ff his heavy metal jacket, as,
battle, Betty flipped to the saso- er usual, and flung it across the
tie: Stage. Only this time it struck
'-Look, if you don't shut- up, Gertrude on the chest and Yul
I'll stand on my toes and you'll was horrified about what she'd
never see me again." say to him between acts.

Marion Brando admits "Im nbt
too happy about It," but his
hudmky baritone will be heard In
a duet with JeaW SiIMndas and
a solo, "My Time of D.&yW," in
"Guys and Dolls." Gi the
car winner: "I gueW y c.'
patch it Up on tape, using the
best phrases, but 1111 have
two months to work on it."
Fox will turn the star build-
up heat ol Dana Wynter, t he
Britisk dpl who leaped f rom
New yerkTV to the lead in
Walter .Wanger's latest t, "The
Body Snatchers." She just sign-
ed az ong term Fox contact
with .The Rains Came" a dq
"The Oirl In the Red Vel vet
Bwin" penciled In for her.
Low Morrill still haven't signed
tlie community property agree.
ment. She's dating 1y Power tn
New York. I. Hal Roach, Jr.,
is entering the TV medical der-
by with a new telefilm series,
"Moment of Crisis." The show
has a psychiatric background.
Judy Garland nixed a $60,000
a week Las Vegas bid n favor of
a concert tour. Ann Blyth's
soapboxing for the role of Tril-
by. .Eva Marie Saint's second
movie probably will be "Pic-nic."
F Future "Ma and Pa Kettle"

"i'm terribly' sorry," apologiz-
ed Yul when they met in the
"Don't be silly," replied Ger-
trude. "I'm just sorry I didn't
start bleeding. Wouldn't that
have been wonderful?'
If Mary Martin can fly
through the air with the great-
est of ease, so can Peter Lind
Hayes. He'll do it, too, come
June when he and Mary. Healy
open in Vegas. The billing, he
told me on the set of Shower of
Stars at QCB, will read:, "Peter
Pen" Hayes. And with ropes and
harness, the come dian Mhy.he'll
"fly au over the club." Peter on
his mother-in-law problem: '
It's not so bad. Evey sum-
mer Mary's mother leaves us for
two months to teach the Ma-
rines how toistght dirty. "
Short Takes: John Barry.
more's biography, "Good NIght,
Sweet Prince" is on Paul Greg-
ory's movie production plans.
-Linda Christian will star in
"Thunderstorm," due for f In-
inUg in Spain. Costarring with all
those jewel?. .Hedy Lamarr
has been offered the role Rita
Hayworth side-stepped In "Jo-

Sign on a San Fernando Val-
ley cattle crossing:
"Drive Carefully. T h e Li fe
You Save May be Next Year's
T-Bone Steak.'"

FIDAY i130 P. M. I




...P C S V U E I

Cial C OOff ka

Returns From S$te

Of Delayed A-Test
Edward M. Browder, Jr., assis-
tant engineering and construc-
tion director-of the Panama Ca-
nal Co., has returned from Ne-
vada where he spent several
days at Yucca Flats a&Witing
the atomic explosion in Opera-
tion Cue.
Browder was one of three ca-
nal employes who went to Ne-
vada as representatives of the
Canal Zone Civil Defense or-
ganization to witness the atom-
ic burst, first scheduled for last
Tuesday, which has been post-
poned because of unfavorable
weather conditions. He had
completed his phase of the In-
vestigative work and observa-
The other two representatives
are William 0. Dolan, Chief of
Civil Defense and Melvin F. Mil-
lard, civil defense facility coor-
dinator for the Engineering and
Construction Bureau. Both are
remaining at the Yucca Flats
testing area for a few days long-
er to see the nuclear explosion.
Operation Cue was planned as
a combined military and civil
defense test. The top Civil De-
fense officials of the national
organization a swell as represen-
tatives from all parts, of the
United States were invited to
participate as observers.
During his few days' visit to
Nevada, Browder had several
conferences with James Reeves,
project manager for Operation
Cue and other nuclear tests be-
ing conducted at Yucca Flats.
Reeves is well known on the
Isthmus. He was employed for
several years in the Canal. or-
ganization during the Third
Locks work and later in the
Special Engineering Division in
connection with the. isthmian
Canal Studies of 167. gie has
been employed by the Atomic
Energy Commission qance |eav-
ing the Canal Vna,(, y

Parafroopers' Sdve
(Covetlae4 f0om Page 1)
to grab Rio Hato airport.
'The paratroopers and a Fort
Kobbe tank-infantry team, had
the task of thwarting this dev-
ilish purpose.
About three 'hours after the
paratroopers landed, they were
scheduled to be supplied with
air-dropped Jeeps and weap s,
which had been leaded into Fly-
ing Boxcars of the USAF'" 43rd
Troop Carrier Wing at France
Then; the paratroopers having
Rio Hato secured for our side,
the same Globemaster which
dropped them were to fly in and
land with about 860 troops from
Ft. Kobbe.
These; together with the men
from the landing ships, is hoped
will be about enough to cope
with thd enemy' force, regardless
of the ease with which ft over-
whelmed the normal defenses of

Moat of the injured paratroop-
ers are believed to have received
nothing much, more than cuts
and bruises. Most seriously in-
jured Is Edward A. Lepre, who
Was knocked unconscious.
Two men' fell extra-heavilif
when their chutes tangled. Still
another jumper was reported to
have broken hps leg.
An estimated 3000 cars jour-
neyed to Rio Hato this morn-
ing, carrying about 10,000 people
to watch the exercise.

Teenage Burglars
(Continued fronm rage 1)
his eedefmadaals and broth-
ers, lameO a" MKigel Rodui-
guex, who will be tried Friday.
Two gardeners who were em-
ployed by chinese gardener
Cheng ing at Corozal at a
wage of 80 cetns a day with
food, were given suspended sen-
tences. Both, pleaded guilty to
burglary In having broken into
the dwellig of their employer
and stolen t hes foot-
locker. sentences for Gregorio
Gonoalez B., 24 and Juan More-
no J., 29, were 18 months, us-
pended for five wtea w eantlnhnt




C. T. ftlehardsom Jr.
There are not too man high
quality stocks that prov de a
reasonable yield, some grow t h
prospects and good defensive e
qualities these days. One such
stock, it seems to me, is the
Coca Cola Co., 'often revered to
by its ticker tape symbol,
"KO" certainly qualifies as a
stock of investment caliber. 0-
perations have been profitab Ie
in bad times as well as good.
Dividends have been paid with-
out interruption since 093. The
stock is currently selling on the
N.Y. Stock Exchange ar o u n d
122, providing a yield of better
than 4 per cent on the $5 indi.
cated dividend.

While other "blue chips" have
been surging ahead, price I a e
during the last 18 months,
"KO" has been hovering in a
fairly narrow trading r a n g e,
well below its 1946 high of 200.
This relatively slu g g i sh per.
formance is no doubt largely at-
tributable to a downward earn-
nings trend.
Despite modestly expa n d e d
sales, per share earnings have
dipped from a record $8.76 in
1949 to $6.08 for 1954. Beh Ind d
this decline is Coca Cola's dog.
ged adherence to the 5 cents 6
ounce bottle at a time rising
production costs and comp e t
tion from soft drinks merchan-
dised In bigger bottles.
Recent management changes
suggest that more aggress iv e
merchandising policies mar be
In the making. I understand
the c pany Is now exp eri-
menting with a- larger bgtt 1 e.
Coca Cola enjoys such as esta-
blished world-wide position as
a soft drink, that sales can be
expected to rise as populations
grow. i a viable solut ln can
be found to present merhandls.
ig and price problems, a favor-
able earnings trend should re-
In addition. "KO" hh exce-
lent diffensive charaterlstics.
It I# one of the few stks you
could have bought in I? and
sold At a profit In 03ZlIts fi.
nancilal position is excellent.
Neither funded debt nor prefer-
red stock are outstand in g. At.
the end of 1954, cash AItemsi
alone wereemore than twice to-
fal current liabilities.
"KO" hu not sold below 100
since 1943, and there appears to
be good buying support at that
level. On the other hand; t h e
stock recently sold above the
125-128 supply area whlbo could
be Interpreted as an Indication
of a favorable technical pos 1.
tion for a price advance.

Fuerza y Luz
Employes Transit
Canal On Ferry

More than 400 employee of the
Fuerza y Luz Company i*Panga
ma made a partial transit of the
Panama Canal Sunday aboard
the ferry Pre.Idente Porras.
The party which included
members of the Employe's As
soclation of the Power and Ligh1
Company, boarded the Presiden.
e porrus at nIne o'clock in sal-
boa and made the trip through
the locks sand Gaillard Cut to
It was one of the largest par.
ties to make the trip in recent
months although the ferry has
been used to carry tourists dur-
Ing the dry season and was re-
cently used by the Elks Club for
a moonlight cruise through the

Joseph Davis Dies
While Visiting
In Rio Abajo

on ood behaviour a ,- "o D a retired pan.
mreI of the utolI money with- a.OR al eploye living is
in six months. Pueblo Mom died suddenly
S. .uaY atenon whie vLsiMnl
-O e'_shlw r w tam I./fre s lUoao Abajo .
sheedd,, Jr.. who represented Funerl arrangenet. ia
all defeO4da4i tried in District not been announced. *
Court this morlnig, told the Mr. Devia, whose wife, Rebeei
judge that the detendant. had ea, died about four months a-
*a chole of s e n the floor o,. Is survived by his daughtm,
at thech..d o pndotyn, Mr Ruby Wor
Ing -ents a o too Mo DiaM Maloney amd L
stheluy .eML L't' bus fareM lM ; 1s hi m
i A. Wh .. a bus driver mm abm
"h "MoINN /as

Boarding House Reach

ACROSS 3 Denomination
I Corned beef 4Lodging place
5 Vehicle
,- on b teder of olele
--on cob acid
9 or two 7-- roast beef
12 Bread spread 8 Birds' ha,
13 Wings 9 Intestinal
14 Pointed tool partes
15 Speakers 10 Pitcher
17 Split-- sOUPil Sad cry
18 Restrain 16 Muse of
19 Upper regions astronomy
of space 20 Respect
21 Endure 22 Flies
23 Plant 24 Mimicker
24 Past 25 Departed
27 Negative votes26 Law
29A for 28 More secure
32 Female
34 Worshiped
36 Make beloved -
38 Cheek ,
41 Health resort -
42 Negative word
46 Greed /
49 Senseales
S3 Girl's name I
54 Hot weather
drinks ...
U Twitching
57 Paradise
STurns an
airplane moter i, ,"- -
SHCompa int 1 r J
Counsel -
61 Leg joint
SToward the
sheltered side

Answer to Prviou Puz LeI



80 Ooze 46 Poker player's
31 Icelandie term
sagas 47 Futile
33 Singing voice 48 Grant
38 Realm 50 Arabian gulf
40 Seethed 51 Glacial snow
43 Door keeper 52 Essential
45 Lewis Carroll being ,
beast 55Individual

Five Men In Five-Sided

Raft Saved From Drowning
C3 I CIV I 1,O----

MONTEREY, Calif., May 3
(UP) A coast guard cutter
plucked, the five cce L of
the r Lhl fehl f f e f lun-
deribg craft in pri-dawn dark-
ness yesterday.
"AU passengers rescued from
raft Lehi II, including skipper
Baker," the re cue carft Active
reported by radio.
The rescue occurred 44 miles
off' the California coast in.
stormy seas,
One of the raft's crewmen was
reported "so weak from hunger
he could hardly move."
The Coast Guard rescue ship
reached the battered raft early
yesterday. It reported on arrival
at the scene that a raft would
have to be launched to save De-
vere Baker, the 39-year-old cap-
tain of the Lehi and his four

Sugar Distribution
In US Running 5%
Behind Last Year
-The Agriculture depar t m e n t
yesterday noted that United
States sugar distribution is run-
Ling about five percent beh i n d
last year, but looked to the com-
Jig hot weather season to stimu-
late industrial demand for t h e
The department's brief section
-'n sugar, in a national food situa-
titn report, also mentioned that
retail sugar prices on the main-
ind "are fractionally lower than
Year ago."
K-Consumers were counseled not
to worry about a sugar shortage.
Domestic production exceed e d
quotas last year, the department
said, and "very large supplies are
available in Cuba and other off-
snore areas which can be made
available if unusual demam&pd
should develop."

The five-sided Lehl II began
breaking up yesterday as the re-
mW ,w a seeeres-stmsW--"the
worst I've ever been in," accord-
ing' to Baker. I
Anriother and smaller raft, the
Lehi I, ran afoul of coastal cur-
rents last July and was finally
abandoned near Santa Barbara,
Calif. At last report, the raft was
drifting somewhere off the coast
of South America. Salvagers re-
moved its equipment when the
raft was off the coast of Mexico.
Both voyages were to have
been shakedown cruises for a
more ambitious project. Baker,
an elder in the Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter Day Saints,
wanted to sail the raft from the
Orient to Central America.
He was hoping to prove a pas-
sage in the Book of Mormon
that a Jewish priest named Lehi
floated from the Persian Gulf to
Guatemala, where he founded
the Mayan civilization.

Italian Explorer

Says Columnbus Never

Finished His Job
ROME, May 3 (UP)-One of
Italy's top explorers left Sunday
to explore America.
Count Leonardo Bonzi, wilder-
ucss tracker and motion picture
producer, claims the job was nev-
er finished by Christopher Colum-
"I am go .ng to explore and
film the American Indian," said
kFonzi in an intervieww as he pack-
ed his bags and cameras for a
field trip from Canada to Mexico.
I The true American Indian, he
raid, is unknown to Europeans
and evcn to Americans.
"I ask Americans about their
Indians" he said, "and all they
tell me is he used to stand be-
fore drug store and was on the
bead of a nickel, then finally
went to sit on a reservation with-
out buffalo meat."

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H. Schiwartsman.
Scholarship Winners To Be
guests s Of Honor
SOf College Club
Members of the Canal Zone Col-
lege and their guests will gather
f r their annual Spirng Luncheon
at El Panama, at 12:30 p.m., Sat-
urday, the seventh of May. Mrs.
C. J. Browne, 2-2072, Mrs. E. A.
Doolan, 2-3504. Mrs. R. S. Herr,
'. *.''...' -&2739, and Mrs. F. J. Gerhardt,
*, ';-i., Panama 3-342;, are accepting reu-
.. ' ervations.
:..'. -, Guests of honor will be the
three young ladies who have been
awarded the club's scholarships
S and their mothers.
S A scholarship of $500 was a-
warded to Diane C. Skinner, a
senior by tne Canal Zone Col 1-
lege Club, which for the firs t
S, .- time this year is presenting three
t Miss Skinner, the recipient of
S*. -,- the biggest scholarship offered.
is a senior in the Canal Zone
Junior College.
Additional awards of $200
each were Aiven to Miss Mar y.
SRose, who has complete one year
at the JC, And Miss Helen Tilly,
; who is being graduated from Bal-
S'boa High Schooli n June.
I rs. Jane Heffner, well known
singer, will present the program.
Si.Mrs. Heffner has done concert
S.ork in New York anad San Fran-
cisco and h..- appeared on televi-
nonn in Wasl.;ngton. D. C.

i mIss JUXOY AN. mxix u a - A ., & '-. -.
S- -- Mrs. Carl J. Browne
" G O Wdent, Will present the offi<
' BOA GIRL TO WED m 1955-1956 year.
MAN IN SEPTEMBER te 1955-1956 year.
# Mrs. Eliskp B. Dugas of Doealdsonville,Louisiana, has an- Panama Ministers And Dt
need the engagement of he daughter, Joyce Ann to Moer- Among Guests At At
J. Joubert, Jr., son of Mr. siudMrs. Herbert J. Jou6ert,-Sr, Pamamonte Inn
lousas.. rrouisiana 'Among* recent guests at
I he marriage will be solemnlied at St. Mary's Church in LVe1 namsontedr Boquete
"balboa during September.a.- taister Alejandro Remon
Miss Dug" is a graduate of Balboa I .gh School and Canal Panama. M ster Ice
ae Junor College. Mr. Joubgrt is presently serving with the .do G aV of Panama, Pa.
N L.N I Redman, C. Z. 0 o @0 Ganzalez R., of Pans
?., Natyl- odman, C.. D. Diogenes A. Pino, of ]
SH. Heracleo Barletta <
S --- I ins, Mr. Aeljandro de la
Wgement Announced the group of 46, 28 attended this Jr. of Panamna, Mr. Gust
li'S Paeia Cerjack aAair. Mrs. J Cpnnard the chair-I man, of Panama, Mr. G.
Mrs. Rosario Alvarado Cerjack man was assisted in her plan- B. of Panama Mr. M. E.
is announced the engagement of uing of the luncheon by Mr s. Panama, Mi. G. Dutari s
SdAugher Patricia to Dr. Har- Bradshaw anft Mrs. Bolton. An son, G. A. Dutari, of
Oodlo Arias. Jr. The announce- normall piano program was pre- Mr. Jorge A. Francis, of
iputr Was made at a small fam- scnted by Mrs. Hart. Those at- Mr, G. D. Z. Granados, o
Spatty. The couple are planning tending the luncheon were: Mrs. ma, Mr. C. H. Lizano, c
?JBe wedding at the Church o5 J. Barrctt, P. Bolton, R. Bo yd, and Mr. and Mrs. G. A.
sto Rey in Panama. L. Bradshaw, J. Con nard, H. of Panama.
.t My anFalko, C. Guidersea, L,, Hart, I. -.
Wives Gather For Hay, W. Hearor, M Hill, G. Ambassador's Wife
he At Tivoli Hu oto0s S. t, .John Arsi Fttot Meico
se regular quarterly luncheon : ton%71 h oIen iore, H_ _aloa!ey, fl ae Futes, a
Fthe ,Panama Canal P i lo t s' R. McAHter, J3 .isen, W. Reid, thef IeS in Ambsador
Ies was held at the F e r n R. Rennie, B. Smith, H. Spinney, nama, has returned from
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Mothers'Are God's Partnei
S*By-BRv. -M Vt. Mille -
A WOMAN CAN DO many He can fill them with sa.
things with her life, She. can lievable amount of happi
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office. Or e can become knows there s danger In
moIth Or se a beOe a birth, though much leo
Iax" hIthere Is In crossing a busy
SMotherhod i an extraord corner. He knows that m
a y career because the mother will be laughed at by women
s a plrtner with Ood. She pre- want no children or who
pre the materials into which limited their children b
Be breathes an immortal soul they lack confidence In
0Wd and the mother work to- t God does not I
y~r-Inthe m1rce of makIng Plan. He wants ma others
a r ma Him people for heaven.
tare; some make machinery. A mothers are fortunate I
few make beautiful pictures and long rvn. The women w
atetus. But a mother helps
make semhqthing that never real- '
ly erombles or dies. The person -J
whom the mother begets wil
live forever. A hundred million
years will pass-and more-and \
her ehadren wUi stin be am i / ," I\ '.
her mother. I. j } Ap
I Some women fear motherhood.*
They dislike the inconvenience -
that motherhood will bring.
They are afraid for their health. .
They fear the expense ofe chl-
den willinean less gadgets and
pleasures for their home. They lowed God to create to the
fear the embarrassment ef a repaid in heaven fo$ all
swollen, misshapen body. Such tears and sacrificed bomtfo
women lack the courage to join On earth, God and me
With God in fashioning men. cooperate; in heaven they
Not so the mother. She is God's exist together for all ete
willIng partner. Ood-waits anxiously for mo
MANY WOMEN FORGET that to come home to Him, the
a baby IW Ood's special Interest. may greet them. "Come
With the mother as His helplr, says to them. "Tears are fi
0od creates souls primarily for past. Let us enjoy our child
heaven sid not for earth. He the men and women you
wants them to have eternal hap- given me. Let us be happy
pines.. and not just a college ever."
education and their own auto- These are the women th
mobile when they grow up. God salute on Mother's Day
Wants people in heaven so that mothers, God's partners.
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child- The Iloon I& Blue" Me ,M t ti. 4,e1o1 i.1,*
manthe yoon fan for U06rush onuts
street- performance on ireadway a nd Durintg its'I NwTork run
others SHRIMP CURRy score record-b"aking succeisM Wad on tour, I" rol is il lue"
n Who when toured rom coast-to-co a st made the reputation of two so-
have No Shrimp Week of Pan ama by two road -tompaes, twll tresses who portraed the -le 'of
efause would be complete wl th ut a uthe next play -o, e presented the elusive yoLa Ir One,
SGod. Shrimp Curry recipe. Curry itself by me 'Aneatre Guild at the An- them was B.rba 'aBel Geddis,
SHis touches off the imanag t o n as cun Maynouae. b who. sco ,* a geat m. 4t JI
g welu as the saivary, ia mds.. Corn- his ceierasd hit h by,. u .crea.ing tbsTalt that *k#. jdt
bmned with the eriunehl ess of Heroert. m e auinor o01 "~ aad ad le the fromt cover _rf ue
S shrimp, the punpmey of urry 'Iell" will De given or s per- MMaxaihe as a result. T3M...
in tS aeems all the more exotic and xorm ncs lam g gett on uy. was Maggie Me'amara, w -
the the two are perfect compions. 'lhe acupn o f e comeC y takes ed this rele.ta,'the Chicago -
o ale- t ,Place wita m nmrs o0 spragS- pany so successfully thathe was
The reason this recipe hba -on Inme im nlW YoM lsatutl bit starred in the film versionof the
top billing in the thrift and nutri- an improoD44 w ri o0t aavenwur- pvay.
tion department t l cause it s tnal begin warn a boy picks
makes use of the Court Bouionlup aM iIn th0 omLrvautB ow. Tickets for 'The Moon Is Blue"
in which the shrimp are cooked er of the iEmpie 5tate aulaing. aie only $1 and may be obtained
u lr .]He is a yumcg ar&cSiW on ft.e uy calling Carol Glickenbhmous dur-
2 slices lemon rebound froat broken engage- !nI the day at. Panama 3^40 or
V4 cup celery tops ment, anda seN a Pretty ou la nigha t at Bajboa Sa7.
1 teaspoon sl twould-be actress w io baliles a u A..,-
3 cups water the men one meIts by ner combi- l'" -_ u .
3 2 coundp rw __ hrim ration of candor amn charm. RIg t o001Irs .0o ]
2 pounds raw. heUed shrimp i ms pair is to be pLayea by .
1 clove garlic, diced Doug Maduc.-Vad.. enny Boyles, Curee lT l redt
lo- 2 large onions, diced Ind Lean .Woic.ter wil be seent o (.- ? I
2 stalks celery, diced a a cynical and somewhat alco- nex t
m cup olive bohe mic uto-Agell rwk., lnegyt. -ie yf We to
mhr V cup olive oil lic foerthA mrof tr. our hvo you r r goI. -
3 tablespoons flour Icaracter cast will be Don tirif. oom decor, pl*
2 tablespoons curry powder fiths, as a tcugh Irish policeman 'io i a, smart pasitl shade be-
otha who has one of the briefest act- ore you grP pf[ "th' t..
y will 1. Boil water, shrimp sh ell s, iag assignment ever known- to ,t'.",a e ,oo, d i n 1
t. emon, eley tops and salt as for rush onstage, throw punch in iAthiedmn dF .
at He o 'are. It all has wo t ight
at go 9 terion the d i"position o' e sand
e" He 2. Add the shrimp, cover the ei psychol c al,-pDl to
or the pan and simmer 5 minutes or un- a recnt effleaenn or s
ildren, t. done. I "In a recent instance, workers
have I Iltug heavy crates got over their
-for. 3. Remove the shrImp and haU e when black crates were
strain the stock, reserving 2 cups. painted a daw yellow, said
at w 4. Simmer the garlic, onion, and Richard H. Earhart, psycholo-
at we celery in the. oifor 5 minutes. The last returns are tnx. If gist.
5. Add all excet the .hrim Baby was born last year, he or "Of course, iceberg blue would
S and cup of the stock and rn- she waone of 4,076,000 born have a se aran
i..n. 1 04 mut e oft... .i-in the Unted states during the l.. tlf e Ieroo veyeity, scarlet,
ner 10 min.ures. year.r hit es te, from the Icmon and silver hues are in the
6. Shake the flour, curry pow- Department of Health, Educa bgs le c .lBu rown s nd
der, and cup cold stock in a tion a Welfare, Includes un at B.-..,.,iadpwn..
jar with a tight cover u n til register births, This is t he
smooth. biggest baby year ever. Co n-
gratulations-4,076,000 of 'em.
7. Add to the sauce gradually,
stirring constantly, until the boil- For a fin nursery screen for
ing point is reached. Baby's privacy, fit h n g e d M O T
frames with' window curtain .
8. Add the shrimp and simmer rods top and bottom, add a ny-
5 minutes. ion curtain to each section.
9 They wash like a dream. If
9. Just before serving, if desir- white's too hodpitally, try cur-
ed add the-freshly-ground pepper tains in pastel colors.
.nd juice of 1 lime.
10.i PA 'can c urr ac Baby may not be up to deviled
S10. Provide rice and curry ac- eggs and barbecued chicken
companiments and serve 4 or 6 yet, but there's no reason why
guests. he can't'go on picnics, too. Take
along his hot-water plate, can-
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ORnuai ht L M r.. V t" Both a LAnce-iaiMrs'the 1raeBot fa g-r
S1 a at he Driftwoo of. the lies are I W City. mralledfor 100 units i
c- M.- Ubrook Officers'Clouth W ne:s --- llng .th e.ight. se al
-y May , at i 1: Ma lunch- faro' tgoObes and 10-ich a _
eA l S t C irle s e tu the Dr. add Mrs. Ricardo J. Alfaroe 3. Replogle. resident of the
The All tar Circle will t y Club were hosts to a group of the irfr, said them odel. show about
Rt 12:30 Wednesday Ma y 4, A musical program of the J. C. friends for a cocktail party on 1 place names. to. Iaure so-
SS-oottih Re Tem u ~~Io-M'lss Mary Ros l s s Ann Saturday evening at the residence eracy his farms cartographers
Balboa. This will be abusiWS Livingston and Miss Mildred .n Bella Vista, worked closely with a printer and
m -ting and pot luck dlan. Damerau. will follow the lunch- scholar in Tel Aviv .
b- eon; There also will be an exhibit H. M Weeks Wins The globes the firm said, will
Critobal Emblem Club of the Arts & Craft Group. tness louarnam t ,to used primarily by Israeli
The Cristobal Emblem Club Table arrangements have been The Balboa YMCA Chess Club &ehoolehildren.
wil hold its regular bu.lnS ,made for those who wfh to play will meet Wedneday, May 4th at
meeting on Tuesday, May 3 at cards and they are aked to bring 7:30 p.m. in the to plan fu- Trc
7:30-p.m. at the E3k Home. their own cards. lure activities. I Neatly ut
Caraundu Woman's Clu k For reservauuns ho Mrs. At this tine awards will be In TWO By Bridge
The Curundu Women's Club, Helen M. Qulran ab t 3736 r iiade to t13 winners of the last
will hold a business .rMn Rulth C' Bi 35-3101.1 tournament hold at the YMCA. ., MAHA. Neo -. (UP) Trucks
Wednesday May 4, at e ; reservations a e ,.e by IM. Weeks woo first place ard a.ire.t allowed on Miane Lusa
coffee an refreshment w b May Lunch will be Roy Burgener came in second. lvs. here. and if the police don't
nerved wilore the meeting. R ostM in Wir catchh errant truck drivers, a rall-'
sere wl be Mr. Carn A Miss Esher (Peggy) tade Any US. cftisen, both. military road bridge may R. F. McNally,
souchon; Mrs. Mell4 A. M N Weds Music 'rlerae and civilian, is Welcome', to join Lewellen. Neb., zipping alpng the
b one; Mrs. Mrace Colbt And The m rrie o M Sther. this group Wich meet e r Y boulevard, went under th bridge
beset: M. GLimaD race dMl t riaduro to Profeasor-reoqoro Ti- Wednesday eeY"flo. and looked back to find that the
Mr. Lianat Dla llis was performed by Judge pper prt of the traer had been
American LefGerman Lope at the b e It is planned to arrange tch I sheared off eatly by the span. I
anameuloanalegion AiCl iary Dr. and Mrs Wood.ow Do Castro es with other chses clubs in the
anaa Canal U in Golf Heights on Saturday eve- area. Those interested are invited
lean Legon Auxiliary will- holdrnig. I _______________ I
apep meeting for the pur he bride worea white1 ~l attend the Wednesday meet.
pose of election of officers for bioaced taffeta and i a bo- __
the ensuing year on Tuedaty, quiet of whiue lilies. aa
May 3, at 7:30 p.m., at the He bridegroom is a teacher at Housing Problem W W I he o
American Legion Club. dhe National Conservatory of Mu-
joint installation of Panama s- 0 Cause. L arg r an terd ia
Canal Post I and Unit 1 will be The ride a well know as a Caused By Large r ge O .
held Saturday, May 7. Buffet muslciac in Panama. FamilieS In ChiCaon 'n
supper will be served at 6 p.m., -l s In h ic og o
Installation at 7:30 p.m. at the Program Annoteed
American Legion Club. For Wednesday's Musical CHICAGO (UP) Lo ca If
S- / The semi-monthly meeting of Imousing authorities across the
Isthlan Nurses the Music Appreciation r o I country are faced with the prob-
The Isthmian Nurses Associa- will mcel at the USO-J Arm-i lem of finding rooms for today's
tion meeting will be held n the Forces r vIc e enter, rger lamie.
Pnshow a movieIn technicolor en Heights is as folio s: T chIta t- uInclosed that an increasing num.nm$
pta onng M ye4at 73 S y. Thet n ThepSmfw s. ed by The Naiona Association said 0

titled "Aound South Am rica n Howky. Symphony lo. 5 in E. er of them are adding to their Sesie tes IM ie ri
All nurses are Invited to attend. Minor Bach. Toccata and Fugue btore of four and five bedroom yrs Tewe
Pstin Minor ('se ; Shoe ntakobw a tch, units. r
.iym phony No. 5V
Film On n A cordial invitation is extended At Gy, Ind. 20 per centof the
Fmim eOn J pun .0 all to attend. '90 public huusAig. units are four. M I ,
TT Be Shown -- .- bedroom affairs. In Daytona t
Tm n re S own s Bori To J. E. Sipper Beach, Fla. 19 per cent are in NEW YORK
Mr. and Mrs. J. Shipper four and he-bedroom units. atmn.
At aIsAO u A wil T h to announce t r of Sixteen per cent of the units ON TI SAR AT RA
Tonight at 8i:00 th Balboa their first child, Steve Jon. He in Everett, Wash., have four bed .- i
Y.M.C.A.-U..O. presents the w born April 24 at Gorgas Hos.- rooms. Dalas. Tex., has 15 per ('ps ,
fourth in the present series of i1taL Iten in four-bedrom dwellings.
movies through the courtesy of
Thin week two films will be
shown. The titles: "h80 Small My .
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SkMelvin Boump
With Phils, Beating Robertsgain Ml A aay a2
Rodolfo Francis and Melvin
NEW YORK, May 3 (UP) The second-placeChi- Bourne will clash in a return
cago Cubs are being tagged the "surprise team" of 1955 bout at the National Oy3mna-
Sn um May 22. The fight will be
so for but they're certainly no surprise to Manager Stan aovel uma y oT foi wid.
Mock, who drew a lot of horse laughs in the spring when The Panama Boxing C 2
h t wn up n first division. sion gave the green light
'he predicted they mig Ct win up in first division. fuoe Lnts ,"r-l-c- dii- ..2
Ies predicted they mig t upPromo er Luis Craig's four-bo
"There's a muc better spirit on the club," Hack show last night. "
says. "You won't find any defeatist complex around here On the remainder of the card.
s. t reaIrvin Blue will oppose Baby
any more." Hunt, six rounds, 147 ounds,
Last season, for example, the Cubs didn't win a game while Alfredo Hostin wi. tackle
...Byron Cumber;batch in a four
In Philadelphia, but last night they swept their three-game round preliminary, 120 pounds. g
series with the Phillies by winning a game that was sus- A special attraction, for which
ended Sunday, 4-2, and then beating Robin Roberts, 2-1, 'Am ateur ruling body, see
in the regular scheduled contest two amateurs in action over
Sfou. r two-minute rounds. They
.Warren Hacker. making hi to six hits in registering the 17th are Roy Langford and Pedro Ito-
first appearance on the mound win of his career over the Yan- mero, a pair of 126-pounders.
Aince pulling a hamstring muscle kees against 10 defeats. Bob
in his leg, April 24, clu.,ed out Weisler started for the Yankees VI T.u
the suspended game b pitching and gave up two runs, enough eeners
the ninth inning and then kep to lose the game, in the first in-
.rig ht on going with a fine 'our- ling on Harvey Kuenn's single, in T a -
bit f ort in the regulation a walk and Ferris Fain's datble. WllTwo Ga is
Sgamie iIn the nly other ame ached-
S am fielder JTim Greengrass, uled, Roy Sievers and Jim Busby The V.F.W. Teeners continued -
whoc to the hillies from each smashed two homers to their winning ways with a 4-3
e Redgcames Saturday, was the lead Washington to a 12-1 vie- victory over the Fastlich Alum- OUT OF REACH Giant outfielder Willie May$ reaches for the bag but Is doubled at first as
Sutnly man who gave Hack- tory over Kansas City. Southpaw n11 at Fastlich Park Sunday. Ted Kluszewaki takes the thw from second baseman Johnny Temple in the first inning of the
eny man trouble. He collected Johnny Schmitz gave up 12 hits, The day previous the Teeners Olants-Redless game at the olo rounds. Tern ple had caught Dusty Rhodes'line drive.
ie only hit off the blond Cub including a homer to Gus Zer- walloped the Pony Alumni 12-5
knuckleballer in the ninth In- nial, but was an easy winner, at Mt. Hope Stadium. .
iM' s of the a abbreviated tussle Yesterday's Star Roy Slev The Teeners and Faslelor A- st
then rapped hima for three er of Washington, who hit lumni will meet twice moreat OSiV Ic I s inner
ore in the regular game. te ingly early and begarto gain on nastlich Park Saturday and tin'i I as i
"nrthe suspended game, Gene runs i a 12-1 victo ry over Sunday, both games starting at
er's seventh inning homer Kansas ity. 2:30. The box scores:

and turned out t 1 be the BassW- 1heW Tners Ad H Poher In th rgl game, In Kif a 0 0 Eu

dI Mikais' single Shi.......2 heheelsb.10ru-
De e Beadsse To aaebn BR. As Sandlty SAp-hruce-Blows Up

one t o n Frenche 3b ......2 2 o 1
I Dee rFondy's third I inning don- Mcriff ****** 1 0 0 0
eco dake i nti the r..... r0un In 0 et Aabnt 1 1 MS p r ave sead. le d th dn ut u --Cp 30
e Cheidce a ni o thn om etrun Kt Cland Ifc.....2 4 1 13 1 0 Juan Franco's three-day week- went slightly wide on te home 2-Barlyon 2.20
e Cr ni gs furth rn n autherland, 2 ... 2 0 end of racing was climaxed yes- turn, Alfredo Vasuez guided his INT RACE
0 n t Loveldy, 2b ... 1 0 ery with the running oa u f the mount to the insN anr t wasy FOURNTH R ACE
ched by Del Ennis' fourth Gibsonlb ..... 1 0 0 1 Labor Day Handicap, in which easy for the winner a .fter that- o $.20, 3
aoime. rin o oe ^Dur ... .. -tee, lb ........ 2 1 0 the Stud Zev's six-year-oldn Po- as he drew away to win by three 2--Sherry Time $5.40, 2.80
rame._smashedhis8th. Curdta, .......2 23 1 1 0 tinovich was the winner. full lengths. Postinovich'di-3 erra Vullud$2.20
Carl Furllo smashed hiL 8th Crtas, ... 1 2 0 With Iegonia scratched, only dend4 were $5.80 win and $3 FTH RACE
4ome run with one man on In .....may 3 (U2P) -r Ae- Chw c rf 1 2 1 5 FENTH RACE
e ing to breac up I can fighter Percy Bassett will iFchn dder, p... 2 0 1 3 four horses went to the starting place. 1-Tingat $2.40, 2.20
hen i eld ben b shed home to Philadelphia ........2 0 1 2 0 psand itwas Regal Chu, M tuels favori te Sally Spruce 2-Bugaba $2.20
nsnepand Gene onrlee nan tonight for an urgent eye opera with starring Alejandro Ycaza got off sluggishly, then cned Si RACE
e and Gene Conley ation and his manager an- :Totals 25 2 who got off on top and led e pace-setter three-quarters 1-Amat $5, 2.60
oak triumph bounced the former interim Atlantic Alumni the way to the head of the of the distant but later quit 2-Clprodkl $3.20
ey had yielded only three world featherweight champ may Perez,n as......4 1 3s1 1 stoeh. cold to finibsh a bad last.

then yielded the hone roun colored Phila ohian h said h c aughey p.as *. 2 0 1 the leader leaving th hree- with Fuego, Barge Royal and 2--caradeo ato $1.20
to, rubErskine allowed six and B r aset i w leave here soetabor, rfh........20 0 0 0 eighths ople. When Regal Chum Isapjirico. Second Double:
Ir ne Bassett can u rgo an urgent Tremble, rf......1 I1 0(on Sunday, the Stud Monteli- EIGHTH RACE

retering his f seo nd victory withoutOperation at t t Wells Hospital Pa l umo 101 020 1- 0,I3b.._. May (U mima's s e t asthbreakine .,TaT "2CE.
ams all last six-gam e l ead in the "French docti told us ercy Robinette lb ~ eners 1 -0 iamhe fou t --L I herd rein timeCofa i-Na Q: A
nal League: may never box %gain." McCall Bell, If.......... 4 1 2 0 0I29 eaiftV $RAO
% t;oOnc.ethrelrdays iago, French TotalsXt40.40.i P eMRA

SHPittaburgh's No. 1 p h e iht alas are off" L i er u Florea .0, 2. 0
I The Giant and Redles were 5 l er bee, eChase N nfi an-, Curdts theirr first ther s s t favorite,-g At. Pnu- .U tD.AS S- IEN
Early Wynn, o nver the of Clevelandinals. In e nounwth Basettwouo-base hits: Chase;dj The Vr ans VFW Teeners ..ans had lnost their llI he cownt ide ,.
reeg three finally won his fir nctIi his successful European e-base hits c Alumni e10020 tolen1 last five aes, including a~ thn, o nthst of hki -TA n 4
leqs than a week, the 23-yer-old tour with fights gaint Italian bst. C: iateman, Curdts 3thr game series ian whcl h Mon t,- hs ,ad t he A
a a'li -ht effort.w Thre lightweight champ Diullo iat bats) French, Chase; Perez ; Sacritreal humiliatshed the with a o8 choR6 uez getting him PotiovichN$5.80 .
ns, held to four hits bY losand feathe AMERICAN LEAGUE icE bson, Humphrey Doufo- therfurht pIthoes fr n.tp, Atys to eadR 1R-RegalC u, h n $2.80

al Kemmerer, Skinny Brown Player and Club g-ab r h Pct.ble plays: McGaughey to Palum- victory against two defeats. warh Pancho stil--holdin tih2 a 80, ....
lTom Hurd, won the game n o N. Y 13 51 14 23 .4 i b Left on bases ta AlumTeeneriI The firstplace TooonMo Mp y1d the tlme they firt the .e ELEVENTH RACE
mlainning on a double byKallne, Detroi 62 16 26 4],4; Atlantl Alumn 0; Bases onLeat s cored a 3-O victory overu 5 e u the F ta D$3., .40
a walk and DavePwer, K. City 16 61 17 Run5 .410balls boff McGaughe din: Kirkla Schneid u-ovthe Columbus Jets, as Grryo th e nd ou tre .
t took poss and R edlegs were fee, Chase, Nfie-Curts tLohelar, Chicago 16 53 13 19 358McGaughe ; chneider 3 Hdts Limmer spoiled shutout i t i op n Mwi th a Tnn 36
bend the pace-set NATIO L LEAGUE off Mc Gau ghey 6 ,.or 12 runs t a homerrts. ch-o rt a he rew l xhu uis dnthy FIa aS- R
tbig three finally won his first oryMo, St. Loui 15 72 10 2 35 2-3 Innings; Perez 1 for 0 rs In cluding a toalibwpgt etan ouantea get tO -Valley Breeze S 1. 8, 7.20
e Yankees, who umbledMueler, N.Y. 15 64 10 24 .375 S 1-3 i enninas; Schnude r 4 for nade gaitmthree n a row over iey-Iiw-lh.o r,- those thim -CafTonazo $8,4. 10.
S sixth plce behind t. The idln- (Based L 15 70 9 25 .357 2 runs in 4 innings; NPer iez 2 5 for i-treal humiliated them with a 38-Al shile Do Cto sin Road and FOURTH RACE
j a romek held New Yorkafour NeitsylosYork rer A U es earisn uhe y or iu rtrlerae I wa fivoe tr stands the s nd time around SECOND RAC ,, .
AyER CL Gbpithes:. b hneider 1; McGau- The Montreal RoyIt was scored ft amed as in the o increase hits lead i l-Metto $5.80,3.60, 2.20
SHurd won e gameIn ron,... 1o on bases. : VFW all their runs in th-p e first two inM- and by the time they. -Fru Fru $2.20
Inning on double by Kaline, Detroit 17 62 16 26 l94Bateman tIc Fearslumni 1; Bases on Leafningnings sto edthe H a 3-1 victory oveana Sugar backstretchd he was six cdo lengths First Double: $3.60
Sa walk and Dave Power, K. City 16 117 2.4air: N off McGaughey 11: Sinptchnei- the Columbus Jets4nny asm las thpresented tragoiner Oseat. T11RDon oyo $RA.60CE 220
hmer. Kuenn, Detroit 17 70 14 27 .SBlder 1; N6uiez 4; Strike-outrs byFah flipped a five hitter. Lou
toWok possession of see- Lollar, Chicago 16 53 13 19 .358!Mcoaughey 9; Schneider 3; HitsLimmer spoiled his shutout with guns 1cldenGlas $ 11.2

behind the pace-set- NATIONAL LEAGUE off McGaughey 6 Jr 12 runs ahomer. ancho ar there reat vetory.. 1-llare Magic $11.80, 34.60, 320

Fasten Aamnl AB RR P o A tr''r in t." "":.... Ke-nco Atys is owned by general own0he3-' $880$ 2.40
no with a 7-1 victory Moon St. Louis 15 72 10 27 .375 6 2-3 i. 3 innings; Perez for0 runs Imn wRochester, the nr and lstitawa f mw tapsmdnton h --ths s...leg rd $ 2. 0

.. G. Klrkland.-lb 4 1 0 2 1JJumped the Ryals to second Atyawayd .0 4 ant 3 ai h is .0-Two: $1360 2.20
Yankees, who tumbled MuellerScott b N. Y. 15 64 10 24 .375nnings; 1 2 0rplace, a halfree behind the th.ar gin at the finish one-T $102.26
place theHotz, I ...0 3 0 0 25 .357 2 runs 0 0 Tn 4 innings; Nfezforonto Mapleng 3-1. lea ls Dealhile Don Cut, Mn R oa3d and FOURTH RACE
.ogan, Mi. 17 63 1 2.3491a runs in. ........ 3 0 0 7 1 nnIngs; Hit by pitch- nd Mel 'ight collaborate d to iersian Countess battled each d of )0.20 Sc d Double 60, 3.80, 2.60
SGromek held New York Maya, New York 9 1 black, 2b ........ 2' 0 1 4 0 H settle the at with five hits. fthr to fint in the OrE GHTH RACE
gHaey Nrf ....... 3 0 0 0 0 Paed balls: all their runs in the first two In-na terda tays Dividends -Coraln $3.80 .40, 2.20
SH ton, p ..... Fears 1 M; Winning nings to edge the Havana SuW eI ST RACE -,Alabarda .80, .

4 Johnny...." -h.m 1-- Piold 40, 8, Rc 0o(--iucha k2)20
pitcher: Nlf ez; Losing pitcher: Kings. y i ha ilas presented trainer Osar0Dn0 gloyo $2.60, 2.4o0
Tim e 2:15. first openers beenf Connie Marrerw and3--dcongratulated Go tis and. NINTH RACE

*,Lo.elady. 2b .... 1 0 0 1 1 at the Ba Es Clab, at .eiOND RACE ..1--At g $ 1.40, 4, 30
Fastlich Alumni AB R H Fe A tripper In the second. Kangi

S I-re6chA 1a0 0 1 :0 ..is owned by General 2-i0i 3a 8.90 to 4.20 3.4

Ke-.--.. . . . 21 0 0 4 A p. e._ o d an. na .ny s- to Sonoza.20, 4.4p of 3--.C oaly d Pic40 $
G. Kirkland, lb ... 4 1 2 0 0 men lthes m beaomng T l,.n .80 "- On-Two: ..e
Batetnan, c ......3 0 1 0 2 reDer r a aa l ad sten ble: f 11$.1 0 TeNTH RACE 1
rhBlack. 2 ... 2 1 0 nleal l urced to at- THIRD RACE E-GHTH RACE
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Gibson, lb ...... 2 0 0 5 0
Curdts, cf ....... 1 0 0 1 0
Nfine, rf ........ 3 1 2 0 0
Chase, rf, ef ..... 2 0 0 0 0
McGriff, 3b ...... 1 0 0 1 1
Kulig, 2b ........ 1 0 1 0 0
Totals 24 4 1 21 14
E-French ran for Lovelady in
3rd from second.
Fastlich Alumni .. 100 002 0-3
VFW Teeners ..... 000 111 1-4
Errors: Fastlich Alumni 2
(G. Kirkland, Fearon); VFW
Teeners 3 (Lovelady, French,
Ryter); Runs batted in: 0.
Kirkland, Fearon, L. Kirfkland,
Ku.g, Sutherland; Two-bhe
its: Scott Three-bae ts
Winkloky; stolen bases: c00o,
NAfes, L. Kirkland. Ryter 2,
Sutherland: Sacrifices: Cicero;
Left on base: Fast ich Alumn-
6: VFW Toeners -11: Bases n
balls off Butherland L,
a8 'strike-outs by uth,
Hamilton 6; Hit by d wtcho.bv
lh Scott (Sutherlad); -
ra Rytr I Wn-
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Teams W
Brooklyn .4.16
Chicago ...;.10
St. Loutis ..,. 8
Milwaukee -.. 9
New York ... .
Philadelphia 8
Pittsburgh ,. 6.
Cincinnati .., 4

L Pet. UB
2 .889
0 .M58 6
7 .33 a,
8 .29. 64
8 .407 47%
10 .444 8
11 .313 10
13 .85 11%

Chicago at-New York (N)
Cincinnsati t Philadelphia (N)
Milwaukee at Pittsburgh (N)
Only ga*ea scheduled.
Chicago 000020101-4 7 1
Phila. 100100000-2 6 1
Chicago Andre, Jeffcoat (3-
0) and ChitL "-
philadelhlpa Meyer (0-2),
Kipper and Seminick.
Completion of. ame suspended
May 1 after 8 1-3 Innings.
(Night Game) ,
Chicago 011 000 000-2 5 0
Philadel. 010 000 000-1 4 0
Chicago Hacker (1-1) and
Philadelphia Roberts 43-2)
and Lopata.

St. Louis 000 010 000-1 7 1
Pittsburgh 200 001 20x-5 14 2
St. Louis Haddix (1l4),
Smith, Arroyo and Rice, Sarnl.
Pittsburgh Purkey (2-l)

New York .. .I0 V7 .5M i
s cas cty. 7 4 4
Boston .....,J1 8 4 J 4
Washington 6 11 .2 5
Baltimore .5. 5 17 1 7
New York at Clevelad (IN)
Boston at Detrit
Waahington at Chicago (N)
SBaltpore at .anM it,

New York OO 0001.-1i. 6 3
Detrqot 202 000 M -7 8 0
New York W.r (O-1),
Konatanty, drimn, 3hAand aer-
Detroit Ofomek (4-1) and
IBoston 000001001-2 6 0
Cleveland 31000000hX-4 4 0
Boston i-- Kemmeier (0-1)
Brown Hurd and Whtte.
Cleveland Wynn (1-0) and
(Nlgit OGame)
Wash. 010411050-12 13 0
K CIty 0000000010- 1 12 1
ad ington Schniita (3-0)
and Fitzgerald.
Kansas City Boyer (1-1),
nice Dixon. Later 'and W,

and Sheptard. Baltimore at Chicago
(Night Game 12 innings) (Not scheduled)
Mil. 0000 000 0000--0 6 1 Cincinnati t New York
Bklyn. 000 000 000 002-2 4 1 (Not scheduled)
Milwaukee Conley (2-1) SUNDAY's RSULTS
and Crandall. New York 010 010 1-6 10 1
Broqklyn Erskine (4-0) and ..Detro 010 10
Campnela.I-Olt.....u01000000.l 4 4
_Campnella j New York -TurleyW (4-0) and
M........ .. .. Detroit Garver (3-3), Van
Milwaukee 002 000 020-4 7 2 Flecher and noun.
Brooklyn 210 000 11x-5 10 0F lc and House.
Milwaukee: Buhl, Johnson, Wash. 500. 410 00-10 10 4
Burdette (2-2) and Crandall. .e C. 220.21.O.-. 16 1
Brooklyn Loes. RIoebuck (1- Wagshington - 6ru
0), Hughes and Campanella. Abernthy, Stone (0-S), sc.ual,
(First Game) d aos and ted f lld.
Chicago 010012202-1 10 0 -a- city -tmatr, paor-
Phila. 010 4002 --711 cman ero, Burtschy (1-0), aor-
Phil. 010400200-711 1 Mau and W. Shn-
Chicago Cohen, PoUet(, l l- and W. -hant-
amn, Jeffcotb- (2-0), Davis, (w.. ....e 2 g. .
Church and Cooper, E. Tappe. 3"l3 on o .omf .-.1
Phlladelphia Simmons, Lov- 0,a-go, 102020I.o-$ I15 .
enguth (0-1), Miller and Lopata. B more Coman, non.
'(Second Game) aidnuiol r
cmlo 000020101-4 7 l ad (10), Byrd and
Pb]a 7. 106 100 00x-2 5 1i rC 'tC- ,'r ti '"
Chi0ago Andre, Jeffcoet lnd _.-ray Martn, Ca
Chiti.W Keegan (0-1) and
Philadelphia Meyer, Kipper Xjll.,r Courtey.
and Seminick. (Second G
Game suspended in last halfI ('4 Game
of ninth Sunday curfew. To Ithi ^ 1015000001-. 12 2
be finished at later date. Game C aog 000002 40x-. 5 2
not included In record until icmarres- i' ons(0-3)9 Pal
completed-." ,Ferrarcae and Mosn.
cm e Chicago: Pierce (1-0) and
Ir=rI -- Courtney, Lollar.

Cin. 000000010000000 0-1
N.Y. 000 100 000 000000 1-21
Cincinnati Lippatein,
hall, Collum, Hooper (0-2),
zilk and Burgess.
New York Antonelll
and Katt, Grasso.

6 1
13 0

(Second Game)
Cincinnati at New York post-
poned because of darkness.
(First Game)
St. Louis 112000000-4 7 0
Pittsburgh 000 030 000-3 8 1
St. Louis Wooldridge, Tief-
ensuer (1-1), Moford and Rice.
Pittsburgh Bowman (0-2),
Peerp, Grunwald, Face and
(Second Game)
St. Louis 000 000 000-0 7 0
Pittsburgh 010 00204x-7 10 2
St. Louis Jones (0-1), Mo-
ford and Rice, Sarnt.
Pittsburgh: Kline (1-2) and

Lousville (NEA) -The first
Kentucky Derby was run May 17,

(First Game)
Cleveland 010 00100x-2 8 1
Boston 00oo00 000-0 I 0
Boston Sullivan (2-3) and
Cleveland Feller (1-1) and
Boston 010 000 000--1 4 0
Cleveland 200 000 00x-2 6 0
Boston Brewer (0-3) and
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PANC1HO ILODRI6UE, the Royal Claim in the same race
Panamanian Jockey who a w with Empire Magie. Sunday, fin-
makes his home in Maracaibo, e. Fishing uat of the money and the
nezuela, left yesterday for that week before on Royal &lam, he
city after a remarkably succes- had run a god second.
ful three-week stay in Panama. The stewards,' who apparently
Pancho came here for the ur are bent on cleaning up all un-
kose of making arrangements to favorable aspects of the sport, set
iave five horses (Regal ChLum, Aguirre down for 1 meets, and
Tiger's Teeth, Red Rhymeater, no doubt, the. eontrover lal rider
Cara de Gate and Royal Signal) ip wondering if he is such a
shipped to Maracaibo where he smart bird after all
will ride and train them, but Empire Magie owner Leoni-
stuek around long enough win a das Arjona. was also fined $50
total of nine races, including the and the horse suspended for eight
big $15,000 added President's as- meets.
sic Sunday aboard Atys.
In Panama. the Presi den t's
Classic is what the Kentucky Der-
by i in the U.S. from the stand-
point ef significae and ipelr-
lanee, and Panchb's victory o
Sunday was a dream come true,
lor in over 15 years of riding
and many tries in the classic, he
had' been unable to bring home
the bacon.
The tatt that Pancho got the
nount on Atys only because the
Arrey charger's regular rider, Ru-
ben Vasques was suspended, glv-
es an iea of how much the
breaks were in Pancho's favor,
tnd for the record -teakintg :il
4. miaut of work, iLt up
V ; or.,tenPO W te .
winner's shareaOrthLr.U .
AND WHILM; a joilant Panc
was givmg prist to th giods
was being boasted from all sides,
the priS goat of the classic, Blas
Aguire, was having a rough time
and probably wisnmg he could
luck himself in the pants.
As was mentioned in the co-
ljmn last week, Aguirre, a truly
accomplished rider, turned his
back on Main Road aftet giving
his word he would rider, him, and
took Amour a fading performer PEN -Bob 0b 5de h
ong passed nis better nays. I. i g l t bth ei
Aguirre's fathess move of ternao
Mam Road's traio, Henry White, -- ...... ...
tn the spot and with the better
jockeys by then unavailable
White resorted to taMe services of a
Alejandro Ycasa, a promising lad, IIIAI IST
but no comparison to Agirrea, s FICL I L L I
regardsn, overall ability and poahnl
despite his ou ce and an
evident lack c physical recourse,
ttle c n ed. to finMh Complete Prie-,wlai
third n Ow topwfg. Main -
Road 12M pomnds)a nd in the Tei wm
meantime,. Mr. Aguirre was wind-
mg up sixth. ton lengths behind
Main Road. Firs
In reference tod the Aguirre
switch, the column said that the
questi of w0whether Bias had act- so
ed w ly or aot would be anwer-
ed Sunday.
Tt w a mmwmhw d al right and

much to the chagrin of Aguirre.
who if he had been up on Main
Road w6uld save undobte d y
made Atys and Paocho khow that
there was at least another horse
in the race.
Ycaza earned $1W0 for his ef-
forts and Aguirre pUleeted 65.
Before the rO g of the clas-
me, Agulrr bloaSdo a lot of
explinagto I stewards as to
ow he fM last with e a
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the1 heoywaight srbfilkttlptmbir b acon*swf Fm-

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S th used t Nifto out otf wa h y-
S, Gt picture, red angrily O y.
S Promoter Jack Kearn.s muwouldnot permit tight in
t the L9.C. had no e U lme tate. LA Vea- d4 alt
f with the Moore-Valdp b heart was oaktyr Archie's
staged t twilight ma apparnmy upheld
Sfan in Cashman ld.o. 1elr dlgnomla. 1
Tuman Gibson of S Arabhe raped upthe fight
ae cutive serery pr the ., th ple ttement,
as at the ringalde. Valdes died in the at couple
SGibson said "Moore's bowl ot rounds."
tras so Impressive that Othi In the 13th, leftoi t eye
heavyweight champlot' gua.vas closed UghtY u and he
defend aSganst him, poWblya.at fought on hflf.blted nd a-I
New York Ian September/' tigued. Moore's stnlty n
The bout drew $10U7'_ enn- the 14th and 15th o cnch-
uiderably less than. Promoter ed his 20th stralh foy. The
Kearn had expected. It w 9 decision snapped i win
other televised nor broadestreak at 11. M
It wua a major vito Braddook, format h efilght
yereold Moore, who champion and sole ifhe
Spronounced "washed u i t, favored Moor rod
:. oMia phyuiclans: 5-2-, The Prems
S he j.d a heart at Archie ahead,r.

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D orb Mtt led the
7l8dd 17B quif In the P an a
AmedeanaWrAM A4Iways Fi th
Anuald To eat Gaamboa
th a 3 opm. _. Mas nearest
rivals Vre -Tony Jafus, last
ear' winner and t Harry
hwartt, bit h C Il. Norman-
Lewter, Marvi Chad~Ick tean-
ager Buddy 1'dg and L. Me-
N&ughton, all 1-d Thu. The Riley
Bros., George and JIm, slipped to
The changes in the Gamb o a
Course i rla ee .i the scores
turned in. The MI t qualifying
score was 101 nar compared to
&ast year's o fu*t of the o01s
were left out Ia Ie Araw.
First round matches to be play-
ed on or beforeext Sunday by
mutual consent of the contestants,
otherwise, qflefi starting t i m
will be 9 a.m. Sunday. Players
may eail 6.l*9 for telephone num-
ters of oppotnents iadt kpown:
N. MW htIi Va Geo. Riley
H. SchwAtr J. Smith
Tony Jantun J. De Londes,
M. Chadwick v R. Miller
W. B. Young v P. Jacks
L. McNaugh Vs Al Corsale
N. Lewter v Hine., Sr.

H. L. Mlls vs Pete Arango
H. Edgelke Vs"R. O. Blanken
Jim Rflper v J. Laly
Jr. Del Leade, Sr. vs S. indle,
B. Sewell vs T. Ileidrich
Dr. Perant.e vs A. qsueardt
Cal Runggs vl D. Yee
H. Moran s J. Blakooper
Person vs Ge. Nover
E. L. Santord vs E. E. Eder
Bill Duffu. vs J. 3. Meyers
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slap S Rgn DOG 0 B3BDS:
P. Grhabs vs J. Kraka By JO STEATSON
A Q go m wause v w opw. IoI
, .Wds vs, D. Gramlmh There is no doubt that the I
F. osdo ovictW Mon roots of most do breeds are
CFlyd Soaw vs RC Co l os p rettyobscure sAt that e
J. It. McGlade vs A. M. Wag. the best pt cords of t
ner. past are likely to be the result
of optimistic supplementing or
FOURTH FLIGHT tampering-and how far b a c Ik
have records of dbvs been o
H. R. Payne vs Fred Weade kept?
J. A. Hall va G. C. Wise
W. Coffey vs A.T. Van Golder Bometimes it is accur t e.
W. H. Essilager vs J. R. Belle. Sometimes it is accur. t e.
eour iThis is the first of a series on
T. Madigar vs J. Boyd some of today's more popul ar
X. Price vs C. V. Young blood breeds.
E. H. Sovey vs W. G. Harley
N. Z. Steaklns vs J. MacOu The dobeumann-Pinscher of
bray today is a sleek, well-balanced, n :
typey dog. Looking at him t it
FIFTH FLIGHT eems obvious to dog fanciers,
J. H. Burns vs R. D. Marshall that certain Ingredients could ty capable and reasonable A
Jo4 Baker vs Major Hand very well have been mixed to liar group, even though O1
H. Johnstone vs Dr. Preclado give the present product its Imight t 9 t wish to c1 ify t
E. Williams vs C. W. Pyffer .characteristics. as a breed.
T. Blevin vs McBrand '
S. Jorgensen vs T. J.J eidrich The Manchesterjterrier is Im- When Hera Dobermann
F. Saunders vs Paul Bell mediately thought of because of there were Dobermaans, .
W. C. Rhodes vs Carl,Serger coloi, coat and generally alert certainly not the type we
S IXTH FLGH .,, bearing. The German shepherd today. It was the work of
SIXTH FUGHT may have contributed sie and er townsman of DobermaAI
Jack Pa-tle vs C o- intelligence. And it's po ib le native Apolda whocardfd9
wJack e.. vs 0. Bos- atmise was procured by one to type the brod ind pap si
J.rt vs W A Ro.er or more great Dane crosses. Ito the 30th Century brefw
S rent vs W. A. Rogers Directly, of course, it could firmly establahed ode II
W. W ls vs D. 3. Meyers be that there were none of these which has been developed I
Col. L. Manihan va E. Ed. Infusions In a pl a n ned pro Dobermana f today.
wards gram. The story that seemal nDi..i.b-ta b- NEA mer-.
Creepy Surface vs Maj. Alba much more probable to me is (DilaWbuated by NSA Ue rq
M. Matthews vs R. C. Walker this one: r_ _
E. M. Cherry vs J. Saltero In a certain factory In Ger-
many there wag a series of
SEVENTH FLIGHT fires and arson was suspected. Dl |A tIiCTY
W. C. Smith vs R. Egolf When they continued despite D LLA VIJ aIN
C. A. Courville-va R. L. Coffey the placing of lookouts, Herr -.
W.. B. McKenzie vs H. M. Mi- Dobermann proposed to the TODAY 7 & .401
chael management that it funds vTODAY .75 & .40
W. McClelland vs M. V. Smith were provided for a high fence,
E. P. Scott vs J. T. Jamiwon some dogs and do keepers, he :oO .-4:4. 6:0 9:00 p.
S. L Henrv vs W. H. Munyon would guarantee that there u
A. Lopez vs Buster Hore would be no more fires. ..ROMAM!C AVENTUREl.
J. ifasy. vs C. J. Copelanda I ""." 4
He was given the go-ahe a dj MlM's.
and proceeded to select dogs: I ocionhit...flimed inCtrpl l
which were plert fast, powerful wildln desdllng COMOR
and intelligent. Ter were p u t ad a _
under the tare of the handlers1 CIgasp F
and taught to guard the prQper- ,

As time went on the dogs bet-
ter equipped for the Job were W.
kept, bred and their better MJlI
progeny trained for the Job. Un-j a N
der such a plan it would not be
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FEAR IN THE NIGHT A sobbing mother flees from her hotel at Chlcagq as her small child is
carried to safety by a friend shortly after an early morning blaze swept the hotel. Out of 100
tenants forced to flee. an estimated 17 were injured and one was killed.

(NEA Telephoto)
TWO MEN IN A JAM Only a fallen tree pre vents two men In a powerless motorboat from
being sept over a dam on the rain-swollen St. Joseph River at South Bend, Ind. Curtis Miller
einle"te) cln to a rope floated down the rover from a rescue boat. Louis Lanthier, over the
ide of the boat, clings to the fallen tree. The men Rot into trouble when their motor failed.
The'tee and fast rescue work by the ire department saved them.

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a PY PILLS Actress Diana Barrymore hugs her poodle
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VIENNA, Austria, May I (UP) section system, deal with war For an Idfpnite number of
-Diplomats of the Big Four criminal cases and bind. Austria nays they I ld'confer In secrecy
powers and Austria today resume to recognize World War H peace to try to wrt the treaty which
ed an iten by-item discussion of treaties, will end ten. iyif 'of military oc-
the Austrian treaty. They report. An Austrian Chancelldfy source cupation and make Austria a free
ed "notable progress." Was made said the conference, seeking to re- nation for the first time since 19-
at the first session yesterday. store Austrian independence and 38 when Nazi Germany took it
The note o! optimism was sound- end years of military occupation, over by Anschluss.
ed after representatives of the "went far beyond the agenda in Many obstacles lay in t heir
treaty upon which any delegation an atmosphere that was encour- path, and Rihb warned the Aus-
'ad observation to offer. Notable agingly friendly." *nans not to expect immediate a-
progress was made," a joint "There is certainly room for agreement
Lye-power communique said. optimism," a spokesman for one
It was signed by Ambassadors of the Western powers said., "We should not forget that the
Lewellyn E. Thompson of the U- Chancellor Julius Raab and the ambassadors face a very difficult
united mates. Sir Geoffrey Walli- Austrian Parliament have pledged task which will take some time,"
noer of Britain, I.I. lylchev of that if the treaty is signed Aus- he said. "Each line of the treaty
Russia, Roger LaLpuette of tua will not join any military al- clauses must be gone over and
France and Austrian Foreign Mi- Jiances or blocs, worded with care 'and precision
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Austrian sources said a g ree-
ment was re.iched on the first 15
articles of the 59-article treaty in-
cluding guarantees that: Austria
is to be a "sovereign. indepen-
dent and democratic state;" her
dependencene and territorial inte.
gritty" will be respected; "plt-l-
cal or economic union between
Austria and Germany is prohibit-
Other articles among the first
15 regulate Austria's front ie r s
forbid Austrian naturalization of
former Nazis. provide for a free

P uelr mania's Nasnua, ravorea to
dfAiletK In nltd win the Kentuckl Derby Satur-
rojVcts vO Ivel iay, wnet thuh an Imprehsive
V f at Muri Dowps today
Bids'on four separate Panama by fl a mile tal 2-
Canl projects were opened yester- with Jockey Eddie Arearo in the
nay morning by Col. Hugh M. saddle.
Arnold in the Board Room of the Arcaro broke Nashua from the
Administration Building at Bal t;nish line and took him once., a
boa Heights. round the track. Nashua tried to
They included the construction stop on the back stretch but Ar-
of additions to the existing drain- caro shook lum up slightly. Then
age systems in Balboa, Diablo cn the final turn into the home.
Heights, and Santa, Cruz, the pur- stretch, Arcaro hit the colt sharp.
chase and demolition of a number 'y with the whip twice and Nas.
of buildings in Balboa, Anc o n hua steamed through the straight-
and Balbo Heights; the furnish- away.'
ing and installing of a gasoline Nashua completed the fi rst
tank and pump at the Gatun gas- quarter in :2 1-5. the half in :47
u'ine station; and the interior 3 5; six furlongs in 1:12 3-5 and
painting of three apartments in the mile workout in 1,37 3-5. Ar-
the Atlantic District. carol kept the colt rinni6 g after
Apparent low bidder on the Ihat but started to ease him up,
work of construction of the mis- imishing a mile and one-eighth m
ccllaneous drainage projects in 1:50 3-5 and the full derby dis-
Balboa was Bildon, Inc. with an tance of a mile and a quarter in
offer of $16,800; C. A. High was 2:05 3-5.
apparent low bidder on similar It was the first time Arcaro,
work in Diablo Heights and San- who wil try for his sixth derby
ta Cruz with a total of f er of victory with Nashua, rode the
0,125. lig, husky Lolt since he booted
Deposito Lalli and Chain Singh him home in the Florida Derby
were apparent low bidders for late in-_arch.
the purchase demolition and re- -- --
Tioval of a total of 28 buildings
in the Ancon. Balboa and BalboaL
Heihts Districts. The Depasito ur er ea
LPall made an offer of. $8,020 for
Balboa Road and the Balboa For M is
Fiats area. Chain Singh offered a |i t /r A i cI
total of $5,598 for 10 buildings in I I II I Vi
the Ancon and Balboa Heights
E. O. Hauke, with an offer of MIAMI, May (UP) -A weal-
$4,314, was apparent low bidder thy New Jersey contractor and
on the work of installing a gaso- his wife have b' nnmlaing from
Ime tank, pump and apputenanc-their blood-spit edt hope since
cs for the gasoline station at Gat- the day he received a subpena to
un. The tank and pump will be testify n the income tax trial of
used for high test gasoline and is te reputed hh executioner"
being installed following a re-of Murder, Inc.Poee disclosed
quest made by the Gatun Civic today.
Council "It sure looks like murder but
Apparent low bidder on the e can't say so until we find
work of interior painting of three some bodies," Deputy Sheriff
apartments in the Atlantic Dis- jonn Tyler said when he issued
:rict was the Tropical Paint Co. a statewide rising persons bul-
with an offer of $886. Two of the letin for Mr. bad Mrs. Charles
apartments to be painted are lo- Ferri.
cated In Gatun and one in Cristo- A son-in-law, like Lopiano,
bal. found the couple's fashionable
-40,000 home vacant Sunday
Rand lph Road morning. He cld police when
no p 0a he found a b- of blood on
WT Dthe living= roo and bloqd-
To Be One-Way stahe in inthei bhom
Sr and hallway. Butm te house had
Lane For D y not been burglargae or ransack-
Randolph Road will be open to Feri, 68, and, ife, 1, were
one-way traffic only between St. last seen ,,l I by their
Anne Street and Negrll Street daughter, Mrs. LoplanI ,
ertng and.who lives a few away.
from Thursday through Tuesday, who lives a few aay.
it has been announced by the Earlie .r tha O saih,
been b erri was se mbsena
Lngineering and Construction axs roV%
Bu, ....... "......to appear as aswe it second
Bureau. time in the AfUt evasion
That portion of Randolph trb il of AlIev o
Road is being closed to pemut tAnai tau ofr-
the installation of an elitmea mi n ew
duct system in connection with hatostrk
the 60-cycle conversion project. and lit M tr.
-c- Anastdsla-wader
ln *6 l omfSNI

i eepeev iniAi
never WAS
CAUORNAWAGA, Que.,._4 luten tha
-(UP.- Tourists did a d-&-,-
take yiaterday when they pqmd 1,$24
a bfhbLrk teepee from msA "he .
an Indian famby has sold n- eases
rios for several years. file toa
The family multed a tedi- firt .
vidon aerial atop t b twIeg. A
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'A Fable' Earns Faulkner

His Second Pulitzer Prize

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NEW YORK, May 3 (UP) -The
Pulitzer Prizi for distingus h ed
action n mn 1955 was awarded yes-
terday to William Faulkner for
his "A Fable," an. allegory based
on life in the World War It rench-
es of Fianc:

blushed by the late Joseph Pulit-
zer, published of the St. LouA s
Post-Dispatch in a bequest to Co-
lumbia University. The prizes are
awarded each spring for wor k
done the previous year.
The two additional second-time
winners were Gian-Carlo Menotti,
who was honored in 1950 for his
pera "The Cunsul" and today for
he Saint ft Bleecker Street,"
and Daniel R Fitzpa trick, t.
Louis Post-Dlispatbh cartoon n i s t.
Fitzpatrick won his first Pulitzer
in 1928.,
This year's drama award was
presented "for the original Amer-
ican play, which represented in
marked fashion the educational
value and power of the sage, pref-
erably dealing with Ame r i c a n
The Columbus Ga., Ledger and
Sunday Ledgcr-Enquirer was a-
warded the 1955 Pulitzer Prize for
"disinterested and meritor i o u s
public service rendered by a U-

d As Police

hing Couple I

$8,700 worth of plumbing work
on Anastasla's' $100,000 mansion
overlooking the Hudson River
Pallsadein Fort Lee, N. J. The f"
Ferris moved here 18 months ago
from Fort Xee.
The second trial, which Ferri
was against slated to be a key
witness again Is set for May 10.
Dade County road patrolmen
began a systematic search of the
exclusive North Miami residential
section where the couple lived.
Laboratory technicians deter-
mined that the blood found in
the house was human.
Deputy Tyler alid there was
little evidence of a struggle in
the houa Indicating that if an
assailant had pounced on the
couple b did so swiftly.
Pol e theorized the assailant
-if tlhe was one-knocked o
the rent dor and then hit Fe -
ri as he opened it. The aasailant ,
Immedlatey rdn toward the bed*
room -hbre he met and struck
Mrs. Ir lrlit ws believed. Pools
of blmto ored where both bow;
dies nuy hve hit the floor.
e plant then trped
driama Crtmfe wall of the lv-
Ing rodOR Ad blanket from the
beds hfI the bodies and e
in lutr them out the b
door. Q tMhdormi l .
iLahlw give no e I- *
na eale's disap
"I nW what could a
npti t t world
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niled States newspaper, published
daily Sunday or at least once a
week during the year."
The Columbas newspaper was
cited for ito "complete news
coverage and fearle editorial
attack o widespread corrup-
tion i cn i h aty, Ae."
"The vigor aconaistency and
fearlessness of its purflt against
chronic, civil cancer in Pbena Ci-
ty, marks as outstanding the an-.
ti-vice campaign conducted by
the Ledger, the award commit-
tee said

uvrsUage nafr ulmaitU tUUUl
was so effective that -a political
spokesman fr the racketeers had
the audacity to introduce a bill
to fight the newspaper."
Robert W. Brown is editor and
John W. Bloomer is managing
cuitor cf the Ledger.
The 1955 award for national re-
porting went to Anthony Lewis of
the Washington D.C. Daily News.
It was for a series of articles
which brought about restoration
to duty of Abraham Chas a n o w
who had been dismissed from the
Navy Department as a security
Harrison E Salisbury of the
New York Times was awarded
the 1955 prize for international re-
porting. The award was made on
the basis of his series of stories,
"Russia Reviewed," based on his
six years as a correspondent in
The prizes awarded by the trus-
tees of Columbia University on
recpmmendat!on of the advisory
lIoard on the Pulitzer Prizes, were
announced by President'Grayson
Kirk of Columbia.

T aty

m order to avoid any misinterpre-
tation m the future.'
iut if 4e envoys -racah early
agreement the long-awaited trea-
ty could be i ea here in mid-
May by Secretary of State John
Foster Dullet British Foreign See-
,etary Harold Mcmailan, Frentc
Foreign Minister Antoine Pi na y
and soviet Foreign Minister .Vya
theslav Molotov.
If Soviet plans are adopted, the
teaty would erase four-power oc-
cupation sones and leave Austria
a neutral buffer between East
and West. But the western pow-
ers have .st'ed zlrmly Ausuria
must be free and sovereign, able
to plan its own future.
heavy security precautions cur-
tained the. conference 'site, the
tour-powe allied council building
overlooking italil square. Some
400 city prlie and plainclothes
detectives were deployed outside
the building to hold back crowds
and keep newsmen from entering.
The interior 6 the building
was guarded by American m .i-
tary police .who. have control of
the Inner city this month under
a four-power police rotation plan.
U.S. Ambadihaor Lieweuyn r.
Thompson, the senior .diplomat,
was named conference chairman
for'the first day yesterday.
Spokesman ofadl five conferrig
powers have i sued.formal ex-
pressions of optimism, but the
brass tacks bargaining on some
o the treaty clauses was eqsct.
ed to be fr from smoqoti.,a-
afns. have come from Wasluagton,

laty osrrea tonaWf an ,Ausr
alas iT 'ot'mAre than 8,o00
men. TTrWest favors a bigger
army i. fdefuss purposes
There was a chili breath in
Pravda's charge that "aggressive
circles' want to link Austri with
the Atlantic bloc and turn the
treaty conference "into fruit ess

Pope Pius
Receives Gruenther
-Pope Plus Xr received Gen.
Alfred M- Gruenther, supreme
allied commander in Europe, in
a 15-minute private audience
Gruenther, here on a formal
visit, was accompanied by his
wife. An official of the Vatican
secretariat of state escorted
them to the Pope's apartment
for the interview.
Later, the SHAPE command-
er was guest of honor at a
luncheon given by Italian For-
eign.Minister Gaetano Martino.

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PARIS, May 3--(UP)-France
sets asde. the last obstacle to
West German entry into the
western defense aena 'today
and preparations were already
underay- at 81APE to receive
the' v a German, military team.
The French government an-
nounced it would algl new eco-
noml# convention with the
Saar, the only "roadblock pre-
venting the depUoiton of the
artifcaaton instruments of the
Parts accords today.
The had prevloualy said they'
considred the conclusion of an
agreement on the 8 r conven-
tions and of the R eling steel
mills as a preliminary condition
for ratifeication.
Meanwhile at SHAPE a se-
nior officer said that General
Alfred Oruenther expected to
welcome former Oeneral HanI
Speldel as West German rep-
resentative there on May 15.
The first team la expected to
consist of six carefully select-
ed German officers who will
wear American style uniforms.


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ALBANY, N. May -(l)P)
-,.. Averaell irriman iYester-
ate oed to keep
tai1f ch men, m t
Smeasurei f mas It. a mis-
d ilulr to puhm or #strlbute
ate-sr em 'c outalping the
wonrirme fft horia'B their?

te dde that th spa~ r
c o

without aintei upon estate h.
ad and cherie freedoms four
system of government."
The governor brushed aside
.r .a lby stme "lg1h-i r d e d
LtViuals and groups" to disap-
prove the measure.
"Juvenilo e d inqbuency I a ve-
ry serious prdlem i many -of
.our communities the govern os
said. "Mother and fathers are
distressed because of the un-
healthr influence of the crime,
harrow and ex comics."
Hrriman also approved a bill
makd g possaeson of six or more
identical lewd or obscene articles
presumptive evidence they were
bingl offered or sale. The sale
and dltrbution of such articles
is a misdemeanor.
At the same time, the govern-
or refused to go along with a bill
to amend the criminal code by
permitting a peace-officer to
search any premises where ob-
scene matter is stored. He said
that might become a threat to
tonstituflonal safeguards.

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Accepted ByFrance

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