The Panama American


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The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama


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

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
lcc - Newspaper
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Current Formosa Poliy Sht in in L
; An American soldier stationed
at.Ft, Davis- has filed a suit for
WASHINGTON, MAY 4 (UP)- justify the assumption that pn000 damages against a mm-t
Preailent Eisenhower, at his some more ta an attack ber of theolice Force.
SewB conference today, expreSg-on those Islands was Intended. plaintiff James A. Davi
O ^rS ON N tATsAidow sme w ~ (U Radio Telephoto) ed tehope that restoration of He appointed, out that Red charges Pedro P. Martin with
TROOPS ON THE AT AlN mke billows background ta government troop German sovereignty will end China never has said It was go- negligent assault In the form o -
and an armored car move up the Boulevard Gallen w dats~ fighting at saigon. Sth amient hoW between in to attack the Nationalist ashoog him in the etn with at
Viet Ifam. Four government machine- un posts opePi e a command pot of rebel on fance and Germany and lead held offshore land. The Reds. revolver last Dec. 20 in Cristo-
the avenue, aone a showplace of Salgon but now aam aeofdevatation. a prosperous stable SBrow. he added alpy-have ald they bl.
-_ At Te same time heas flw- wee going' t "liberate" Formo- s a second cause of action,
in effect, that be 21 CO.- N6 Davias charges Martin with shoot-
ered the stationing of Unitid ing him Illegally and deliberate-
S Lau n ground roopsnon ron an F2y ,"oUsingWe in ur WASHINGTON, yMay (UP)
Sbplaintiff resentative of the Centr o
submitted to him to make a extend o$5,000.tive of the Central Labor Union-etal Trade
Does Fa t large, per ent base for such fer Week; Attorneys T. Franke rep- Council (AFL) of the Panamd Canal Zone distributed to
0o- et s. F nt: base fo such resenting Davis. the press here a statement he prepared fr presentaoti ^
eort The soldier Isaid to be s to Congress discussing some Canal Zone questions.
a ceasefire i the Formosan hospital. In the statement, Howard E. M anertached on the
Re c e.o ..... area, with a number of nations Victor Manuel Dolmejo, 25a aMaia is a Panamanian em- quso
Interested In that tuation Panamanian ho eturned t tthe plo asa deth ti of schools, employes' home lea, and a t
but nothing really new has de- Canal zone only a week after Canal Zone Police. Isthmian highway within the Zone.
eloped lately. being deported, was given a two- The complaint filed yesterday Muro noted official statistics that f
Two Panamanlans, who were in this regard, he said the year atencespended forlivpe In theCr.tbr Division of .
sighted clingbing to an overtur- United States policy at present years in US District Court yes- US District court charges that c kindergartens are available in 40 of th 48 states, on
ed alboat ff Flampo Island -more or less-to wait and terday. the shooting occurred in the a- he said that if that is so they should b available a
and Ban Jose yesterday. see. Though Belmeo pleaded guilty nal Zone. It is understood to tL
afternoon, w ked up bY He said that one way in which to the charge, he told the Judge have taken place during the eve- 1e Canal Zone .
the Panama Cl Launc Darter Chinese Communist intentions he was not aware that he was n ning hours, n the vicinity of .It is our belief that an increase
ad bro t into Balboa with about the attack on Formosa the Canal Zone. "1th Street. of i thalt n reas to c .uff.ent rather
minutes the oldbat V could be judged, if and when tCanl Zone school than to & t..
Amy tin they assault the off shore elands, lie had been observed d espFance t a .Sronation btutan coguaniedbympndtoodhasootFeoennl Uiljr
o the extent and typeof mem fbeothe Canal Zone Po eno Fateare oi the leThere a been criticism a
aTh feet MM=1thei r build-up of materiel d ce Force I n the new housing erepoInte oinclue kive, orf e
made poesibltbtheraioW e- The United States is commit- area of tucon behindtheAn-tue ple of free anin can heCanalZon
.edto the defense Of Formosa con laundry at about 9 p.m.I EarlyM intane er birheCanaleZone -wil tea a
contact witethett enhower repeatedly has refused ant that if he was unaware of states" Munro said.
standing bye at the Saib~a ala- to tp his hand on how this gay- the line between the Canal ZonesT-uno In Aiscussngbore leaves forea l
cluorage with a bouding o t 'e ernment would react to a Red and Panama in the Ancon area Zune employes, Munro said that We fail ti
the launob r"ethd attack on Quemoy and the Mat- he was the only man on the PARIS, ay 4-(UP)-Formr the Panama Canal ompany highway
Sn within. n t t sus--immdiately off the coast, Isthmus 25 ara of ae i who did Premi ty r a hee th l ay fs I
thte dam. boat 0 t Red C d n not knowe on Asf the won g I ainn
052a -t Conthere w .o
Al"k wan as aia- Jobe to WuV& C C
.d aa the off beore orne yeaic the penitentiary, but 7 ) y for passage, .a Munro soa that the
two- C -* is! w w a with a xcessrve types and the judge ted out a longer fr race" the cof the railroad empl
Oc ats er *eer (sl eso kin of e lpment, this wa uld term witle a suspension. opened atrtheS ram wie th mould be ende in c
t -. Belmejo had served a term in loud cheers and crits "Mendq "The operabof the Panaa with any plans
route Isla WhKe Thore Pre ld)ntGho spcia aboa for first-degree bur- back to power. "Line isan -fortheopa the railroad
q*o nd le*andwit.h fivo rem KI N c md th a glary following seve rac l convic- ten Ledsion oe- f the Pa o ,e.. *o,.
wer reportsnilVa t o df ColW, prepares to YWl o theft chre u d aic fomer p ro added. "The Inostte Commer@
tar he Okta h !mftawaPdrbt m ooi of party leaders bef oreol of sailings is omdoeto
othe rI ~Mf~fl te, i4s0one f Ct 4 4rs, Johp 3...Dwan. W IWdS the hillCongress even opened. He the ationo -t s the domrtof is or as
ehenthe debo a Dtr Shneeat the now Tt and the. caianinae tz forming thoee t nd t rules put the eieT ins tooi e m e to reect rth o4W Forsees Dance ituded, aned wer on e dema n andr esto c of th 0 ene te tana l t tne uan til C sa ble o arruag

S ft devo g advanced atomic the proceed rom both will go Conley was admitted upon mon c ea Sityn o e pt h in dce fe sa
ached nne forurce vessels nd Other offer aid the Na- to the local Bo cots. rta on o Dist. Atty. Rowland K. dipree hipao te a road wi t ghwa
r have a vari o nulear- carries "all modern" weap i the Friday night's per-Hazard, who toldt har for rJt he bretandhed n
powered warship within 10 on. But the would not ay formance and for withe ow next Crowe o tthe US Ditrict Coupresidents and general set the Panama Canal Co yspctf that

thena 2 .year". whether the include mtl;es Wednesday evening wi be 7:30 that a favorable report btd been a10 gr01 eiB e ..** C cg.t. l t .

The z In^lo and atotrc weapoS. The Eai-P p f- miled by an examining mit- hondencebarre the arinier oate te_ r n iua. ion oft-ev
Solhde's^ i Cow- -- Oher navl officers disclosed luis understood to have ix Tickets for the May 11 per- tee appointed to look into the Tarly OMn VeIrl Nain ^- **r i *,:* ,bandmen ot. o the railroad lr
Baloi? ? at W a.Navy hww under devel- tubes to fire a new type homing formance are be sold by the applicant's qualifications, 1 1 1anm. or fore 5?a .* fourth ste ae -
Sd rt of t o. But deFortivei o lout, arrangements have bee A native o Carlsle en- meof the regional radial !ng carrier o brin another commnts e

a nDs B to ad or use w o h been w couts will repeat house-to-e shous e tucky, C Patrick-onley practiced edelaw i n .PARIS, May 4 (UP) The "ri they can fuMi ta
sont LM both sbma resented by DoresWate s and Scouts his home state or three yar United States, e rance and Brit teo common carrier b ny amount reomct.e t
a w t Natu said i o re feas- v antage such adent s n ext Wedneserv- two years ectiago.n ofthe anahold both Plenar sessiaturday on th crisis if e osanthe auaus LteI Frnh Avit
1)tste cr eWABSWQTON ble" to put an atomi reactor in Ice ent enrsn c ommiarie, to bachelor of armpany was admitted gat. Viet Nam, few boos canm no t as tcapest firt as

m.ora RoHbert, Mle- of USNavai at urfae sho pthab Ina sb- m teir s eswilb gree from t the Universityct of law nounced today. acomstods.ion a~able.Iniu h ralr T* c

Pa5Sl~t o H a. WD, opeion, s h statements marine because ot the ]a ttar Unfortunately the tickets for tucky. Prench officials said Premier opialon tin also increases the 101 ?, 12,
h a id r at nwe to Netovs space Involved. e predlted the Wednesday, May 11, program He served with the Un It Edgar aureand Foreign Mins- to the federal government."eo e
at a by te d.Press naval ships wi e atomic en have bpeedn misdated. They are States A m in the South Paon ter Antolne inay would meet m r urged that the Congress PM M 4 ()
Ifeo wscourt .rse he hssl ad t hee rfi es cosieh- be confused with the yellow and a veteran of the fighting at Oa l State John Foster Dudes at pestton o t abandon sa the Pan~s a ia d wioth a higa

fSD ing^ ^ '"K to *fatlpower. Carney said tmodern "tm are white tickets f or the Friday per- new h and Leyte. Faure's official residence in the m o Canalerailroad be are any ,fr home of a heart
Lwap t. sow. 2B pe .mC f "knotty, technheal p ltls" to formance. C-_Hotel Matdgnonok ter ina N roe taken to abardou a tt
wMe SS ery M. Jwthson (1 lved. But heai h syre The blufr e and cream tickets BALBOA T DS re t who s
Soos w hi ad CtonP.derson th "our scientists o misilen e des dy i will boe 7:2 tht a f beMay reot, btr, Br erexnes" i of fc sthatip mftariy to many planes. ou
u g t lon and i warIps, e foreign office attribute this to the military de- in the ir for
an atmn sw .m .fie d be xaon iavoDeinn new 50 cents for children. Mro -i stuati of the po.. .Murder Inc.s Lord High Executioner

ReckItSS iVma o o p l the apprpation
Ch ktdO, Named In Bloody Miami Disappearance
Sr MIAMI, May 4 (UP) Three tadla, reputed "Lord high exe- appear at the May 10 trial. stains were human blood 1..
.light a nes swooped over a cutloner of Murder, Inc." Ferri, a 68-year-old retired had been shed Friday night 4
Three American =mAy. wood area north of henre'to- It was not the'first time that plumbing contractor from Fort early Saturday.
10f day searching for trace of a a witness in a case against Ana- Lee, W. J., did $8,700 worth of Loptano said the erris di
ilr New Jer couple believed lain stasia had abruptly become n- plumbing work on a $100,000 not "have an a it fl
j tia of after the husband was subpe- available. manon that Anastasia built at world" and 'thy wt
.p4 G of= 0Alr n tSenedicto Macri, a New York t uee.
and Noew Jersey hoodlum, tdi A A deputy sheriff rode tn each
Deputies a A attempted to fled before the grand jury. that of the arah planes, radiolng dfinitel n t.
find a stolen or rented car UNindicted anad O n rch 0. diections to a ground party al.
mla y have used'to cIarf 1814, and has been t Am which fanumiskout over the 10-
n of Mr. ad Mrs. missing ever since. mile t~ea. Tyler said a Anasta
te bco4o- rears before, another star wld be added to the r n
*wte. Abd (Kid Twist) R"1a searh; tomorrow.
S M fs= a d -from, acow Ilan A l.48 asm the re t
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"i Since you were not invited to
"Wa IS TOUR FORUM THU RUAUS OWCMN island alongsc e Comrades Bulan.
inandvin the riv yw-
SAstand to observe the shuffling
M -H ael the proletariat on May Day,
A It 0 Ayou may want a review oftMe slM
ilogans carried by the less fortu-
-- Cari comrades who have to march t
LI AND LIBERTY trio rove their revolutionary pa-
Dear Sir: .
I onjut about adoV1e3d that in dealing withleCAIe-to eSin painters had been e
=I,.loyII e te C"Zone Government pl.and MtnryogAuthfritp
Shaveadopted the lcof the spanoh tnquisutln during he workers to work faster, tose .t l
Early, xteena century. The difference b" tht in develop. "rhyth i a work In enter- .%
a days the Inquisitilbn allowed suspected heretics t sio reen-gprises.. to achieve a further
$I0 of trials, even though the trials were all farces. -strength g anOinpf working tdh ihsc ar4 0 mA
In those ark Ages (if they can be so called after compat- pline.t an irpIedut in the on More ft
U n them with present times on the Zone) an enraged employee roductios.and a reduction of costs'epro o a rt
oT vln4rctlve enemy simply had to report to the authorities that0 du t one. tn out
someone was guilty of heresy. That unfortunate individuals u Apporently all iay not well with W e e oe I" Pi a ae
IMuedlately set upon by the law which was then controlled by the "workerWs o Ioctalit Indus- hppl
S e Chaurch and tortureduntil guiltyy or not e leaded guilty. ty." Thousans of parade sipas of. yu w asi"
Today on the Canai~l Zone, just about, NI can report appealed to "workmen end wore- news t s
that a local-rater is a subversive e d the CaNIl new's efficient ang women ol.tlie coal industry... k Ia,
teleneortment as to work. The culprit aI not arrest- the oil industry, the eiectro-tech- a s
SThe ov t. No ar.Becaus proof would hve ical IndusLa urgIn them o* r. y 5s
i be presented to verify the ccusation. As there is usually no to find neww and e them .
or facts to bolster the malignant report the employs is more raril. .to dig more rapid-' To t pA tae
uue served a redutrlon in force notice. W e hen he Inquires as y. to increase production ooe t uhe$ trto arl n Do d ee .
t he ould be laid off he Is told that although he had power ando wradjO-tC bn1Ca o lim u a"sm m e
o s service on th One Zone; twelve of which were veTry mick more s wiiftly.c3h Ti e
.a In his prent plien of employment, he had to be e a I S.
l bcaue, upon checking his records the Government sud- The es d to etwepn thealobnarr t p. 't- o n Re
dise vered that thirteen years ago he was terminated c eomraee Rers quire e i l i I as a p s i mer ica n. lc
i nothei job because of unsatisfactory service and t hat he c irw wte neacou r ae sc a "Pre ss muos r c t a. b
*mal record because three years before t hat.he woent ave O way of knowing bow i e 1 rs i. od o 5 bi dh ia

SPanama for beating l his wife. HeIs further told that a e y free labor cacn work 0Rn&lann-oher ol an e N sta ia. lst y asge nt l m al tn u'sineow
vemdO as wy e the Caal Zone Government does not n l ob the very ,dllo rhotEri
S';.r.btln ev though he confined his beatings to the Rehmb- borne ucapons an awar upplies. r estAd t a T thei t r
cf i Data, he Just had to o. h Tueoily. raeeda fote ample, r &an imntes dcet Iv fra him" eent a
When the ex-employe gaes to the Central Labor Office too atam-bomb "tie plant in Al.- esYat i ora a el
ailQ e rthe Povost Marshalof the posetwhere" he was em- struck by3,000 metal workers. -Noo toion m doll r d as worth Of ow h the

n thaiselvbI car qe isr c aml iftfo am e3 e s that his to te ouma desnt formerfe lob i sqteI usk otupws e Pntho ao bq." eu- s w Med .,.c aosw aasM.
has declared him a S security Risk or a "Pink." (They arel ccret Polce were summoned. On.- p 1 d o A to b ai l, w Th a tl g
aed on the Zone since they are not con idered as Red Iy meiators. 8SS in ussy se b 7 b If
I o tginithe States). he is further told that he should k eepa hr o th o
x' if the sre soi n of the Ca nalZone because he Is a me nace to A few w ks before that two Oasis Iu'yW orldmeO .
te a an adangeroun os enemy of the United states nastruca a Nike (guided mi- trhga=eM e atll
mie o r basse. B % Oe i A-m n vAopi
other A Un Elecsrical Wo ByBO IARl lip
SonicSlly o tegh In the forty-one.-yar history of the oper- "OOhtricalWk.aYn B h ma eko to e tod a y b
Bnar which Inlue two I wtar there Union and Local hix of thee rtorr ewdee hw erou .
'6to of the ? t*am & taie, Awh ich include s tw o world w ars, t heres peroeor eI aO wdwI
never be a ease of a local-rater bing convicted for ab- r Elevator Construction Work AMERAM, Holland You him off the o' a n d gene 'Nil to had lo o ew Te Whe the bl n't

S I. e i a ls ao quite sure thi t of the thousands of Phn am.rne rau Un o claimed Jursdiction "o t em oel wosediin d. Wea o
bve Jsid ts, no e e h e e wiring a' this ballbl cod out of theold boy tqy, you ever come back, YOU ub-nose and suehtra contusions, f h i od ome aw t
Sd migrant h atedthnhoultructato hesp def end Pittburg & ts oe c 4 a2 hm e a Sa ad aS ll o tt
a ht n hdover-ambitious No gTndareriaJust mediators. I0 Just got b a c k to the and-that," the big man says, "I'll i made Lm(,. and Liverpool an er de, w Ns s 7 o
itErMaisals and others be allowed to continue thee before thae the AEC'a mysterl- sa ee of a big advent ad kill you!" intwk esr and t wsld e rd wa i t hds

;0 PMS t oie 'o sa a I IIA2s a Oatchkng the s hia thawa ler too and bhe Hans oB Arainerwand taed soistein a habits and e \t
e? If we fofawewould see that they r don ou ciet Y- Olero ne- ld. And It seems just like ye I stood in at the time t and it ld't bllevae it. I made H im aetlon re a t
Vam ad statesIf ore fA mtf antw good. Something should be, and se Y-12rct emaks he, asn seted mte and HodI Ihadkfour butc ks and the loode t es atoogre y oand s welled and filled Mntilmi ae
tates more hlr thv. o thl l i t i patoiuar teday since r took my wet thumb speed to me that opportunity I urg rnd emnd was you, be e which,
"i n dsu lag y gu at' the q e surea t hw asdne a o s I a oped a out of the diki. was knockint h andt I o Id follow fully r& ar t the a viciousness of temid do a t e i. .
O s -m.. utor stop. If the colum doesn't coma off,h ult. I went up and ra on the a a port m everybody we he ae er mnt.

yloant o- f ander sufferingia Mor SounlsVVontheeI a s blUy s o een oh th
.. t ao o doorasuferin slas on the I smus woultfa nig Ot of b bininer ,in sorry. But suppose you were side of the sep uand saoh busted enerpd e war wa lC. t liuhe d mand n the
b I1e thane readytooteUnida Statesovaeernmegnt ard woled ulin battle.tihe Olone was locked 19 years old and an ordinary seas thiWg about there seeming tosbe i got sh t at in the ulentrllsen 'bg beio
man On the gooAdWsA i AL LAD siearvcancyionard e pataboae oourost Offlea rp I o o
61 how nifieant. their help may seem. boudfom Sav ah, o to l, oat of youth and h ,"l __ r ..
yyl al th rs naeooot er.
s thii jlust tof the oddities of human nature. IteadComrades, thishas hap- .p laclef o n hs Ait ttle ,wyouthe de t JQ o ait hers sin ra e eatos RIie
In o r lid ee t kIbe those 4. dn T atiodal AFL BImiae werp, oIt o er a im, Ainter. throw me off the hp mand snipinga a us, we who i r
;_ ~enu to~ed usadan rirg g one we; people k tse d to ria ha dam, Hsin urg, and Bremen-.and -he was the mate--eckoerd me scoab bing, actually, ain sh Ed LN eUm
oe.t it vl be no tr tohes rootea to ter we leade it da t m
to npoau _fnlwa traa;bE ? r n eiu seng alole i nn tetr thha erme u a Yory e le10 you had lived In a aboard.a _e I th e,-shotot' rs be cmause we wh e re.
T he t be.estrike a- agp on s "tn alltte orthCarolion atow .ex eptto.o e e elr o".
a 160 1 th l ed oftatsofA lerlio tib"Llbery.," #Let- !strtiel .-eCIpeo c gay ign the when you wireyouawere off at sc h dead heat, and I was hired foro10 One Ume I went into a No 9 M-'U
lostnMB andgodw i around ndlowoth p noof Nie middle of the deroane w you bucks a week. No overtime, knd n d4 with a beaucful I Ie
Needed sfor ometlI oer around Wa on, D.C., 4 hade syteid your way we on our own time. who tuned out to be boyI,
America 'sother key cities, to ultury Ifb .e c 1on 1 atnight. IS got extra musc1s lug me no end. eI 8 'i-
b.amase b what-y wsohea a. I grewfromfi smad. Oyu
over me. s. be iwat oher the y yoerth ats all fulls InIfte" what t- e os.
utehit i -dDoneWl taatdro v ioir avp. dand mtes we res .edin e,
e re e 4tat hIr
WtewaoursR.OT. boys cmpetgdt he t very s e built. the sooner we are saerI" wrn owb61pe Pellatotan
.!k AL leadrortthat Jur- ei id yo le e tpalm colege graouatew almlone was and use it busineasswse.
o Just"40118eas IsthisW, eIssomaybeIsouldmV.eAtoI soedie muted am levm, nt. Oi
____airof._goYou_____ _somcthe rate any J o. Ss irtiest cargo Iknow-P hsc clean, bud Tai oh monythath
mr far as Jacksonville, Fla..,'phaterocka sop manure Thu comes upther crale aId su o .We pped aim and I et the same feeling todayo 'threatenedtkh
il3 n ikes 'm fait to te dock. off watch, lnd the food was aI sad, you got to opad th d lom.
-ogu- st aloft to atength of theh ,y the time Ihit Europe Ihd in ordinary seaman in one hell of At composer a sage o
--. I W I Wea ers el k -nem D a y grabs him by the pants, and hurl already quit as a tourist, and se- 'a long time tanqio ck est way to make a Nls.
'yaIn Now hing edactsntaImakesehimebombs.othingectene.dIt mckm pohisthe
rI.Alteady anumbor ofthee Y o feel so important when he repeaLs t mong.Chian...dy..
,'beWWoiopeopledoses;4e wPermsasionvia Punctuationhewa

.... .... .... I Iea .etned around the B-tcof ae, n te f d w sa.d that wa
w A U Il s t PROAD WAY B h Anot years carryingl friends and o ne- .talnakerPof oert Peo s t. .. .h
G' No Hip T Ie I iI I I5 l fI W4 MIU1'nn ll emisshi, eon h ismayho eIh a sd thosenresults o f "Oreh.o .,_e he
s .- e The u "ionsra "-atthateachBitsr Wcell Iw Y- -
$Iowatwoadeupf elements. One aa ieSnow" ."iuarey's not theeQ1. .,,, aras
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4%A Man terand 10Sptenemy tar- An lovely bours-thaot we G ot1ir-y Gang areweep ing .Whoinventedthe c.
ftpmwe1 ;4 C"PuM 35 Moved cY 64 Te ar ets, and the electrical equipment made rhyte because he let themygo-after t bulb? p, ibj Wept-i -..1
y ,.-. i iee-them overlay. io or leeve,. contract is for What didColumbusdo? ierooway
Second elem entIs some Bu-t now the rs areflaming In weeks." A. Discovered the world. Me,, an .ain an pb.r
arIe!IaIs"II laching.......tsefins avie foundtheir Gad! Who -- got timestonount .- At m 3roedbig cut Vie verAn-

1E i,'WiT' WTAT1'r1 HO m Wmm and ran -outo i lt ld "srdwy. P.8. Wh" PiN.
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'FALSE At.M-Au drivers and pilots areounmd Salt Lake and Utah valleys In Utah bad the
H-bhml.b "f*lrte" Jitters recently. Rain deposited a thicek coating of a gray muddish suIbstabp em
tbhf w.dshletld *and eockp# oameoples. But weather experts quickly dispelled their fenS. T'm
mud was Justinst, blown off the Bonneville salt flats and dried lake bottoms around Great Salt Lake.
,The st became so bad driving was diacuit. Windshield wipers were ineffectual against the
. .ticky md. It had to be removed by hand, as Mrs. Kirtine Nohr, of Prove, is doing above. Pilot,
Unable to ibop ut Ia mtldir, flew with canopies so ditty they reported "visibity worse tha Jo'
S heavy tog." XCLUSIVU NBv A P31OT. -.

Bistrlutlpznof a new chem-
ical process used to .make
clothes elf-antiseptic andmold
and mildew-resistant will begin
here da by IaoBanlprod, .. A.,i a
recently-formed local company.
The product, known as Sami-
timed, which according to the
manufacturer, Imparts longer
Ulife to fabrics, shoes and other
fibrous materials, presently is.
available only for use by hotels,
sheo anautactrers, hospital
laumidry5 g the, like, however ,
the company-Is working on a
plan to nakre domestic pack-
ages available to the public as
soon ml possible., t
Althougbl the product is new
on the market it sla not a new
development. banitized is the
outgrowth of cheical warfare
research during World War I,
the result tf which was a gas
that, ilhei JcomblniKI with cer-
tain Itquid chemicals innocuous
in natur* Make a compoun
that retayded'or evented the

Mrs. Adina Thompson,
Former Isthmian, Dies
Mrs. Adlia wyatt Thompson a
former lathtxn5a residnty died

Sanitized Is distinguished by
the fact that it does not alter
treated products in appearance,
color, texture or odor, and does
not create the slightest danger
of toxic or Irritating effects.
Research in the use of the
product by laundries has proven
that It also makes fabrics more
resistant to wear and has in-
creased the life of some fabrics
as much as 25 per cent.
Recent tests also indicate
that Sanitized is excellent for
use on dairy and chicken farms.
The rinsing of utensils and
equipment with the product
greatly reduces most of the
contaminating bacteria found
in milk. Spraying of feeding
areas for chicks with Santinlzed
reduces the mortality, rate
among young chicks as much
as 20 per cent..
At a recent toy fair held in
New York City, it was noticed
that 94 per cent of the lead-
ing toy manufacturers are using
Sanitized plush material for
their toys to make them lasting-
ly germ resistant.
'he local distributing agency
has its offices in the DeVeaux
building In El. Cangreje, near
Hotel El Panama.
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"" ^ e W an For Murder
auii', aii"sdtton'to other gl-
i inue tedi TU-SA, Okla. a 4 .UP)E
Itae,. ... m dson, woo wants to try Mrs
Nannie Doss for murder, told a
sanity jury today be will present
IIps atimony of psychiatrists that
she is a selfish shrew who killed
four husbands for sadistic rea-
-- I sons.
In Edmondson's opening state-
,, ment, he said five psychiatrists
or psychologists will testify that
rfItrs. ]oss is sane. If the 5-year-
pj old grandmother is found sane
she will go on trial next month
M h ,- for the murder s of San Doss, her
fifth husband, who died after she
rut rat poison In his breakfast
_, I prunes. .
._ The defense plans to put on the
stand fiewitneses8 whuo w Il
say Mrs. Doss is insane. If she
is delcared insane, she will be
committed to an institution.
Edmondson quoted from Dr.
Milford Ungerman's report on
Mrs. Doss, which said "she is a
shrewd, clever, sharp, claculating,
selfish, self-aggrandiring female
whose aggressive behavior under
frustration releases her hostility
EA Y- Dimpg toward men-particularly her hus-
betw the bladoq o bands-in the form of a sadistic
c mrs is Iloodle Ma- secretive violence."
sis ils, trace. She's The 50-year-old giggling grand-
pojd. ci. "er caiffure, which mother has confessed to poison-
, the .pipe in a Paris con- in., four husbands, and is suspect-
hee1cr.the t.abrIing f short ed of the arsenic poisoning of
,h pkipwedg hpisr, cut short for five other members of her ami-.
mpseemu la be beau- ly.

Travelaire Sociely

Plans 3-Day Tour

To Medellin, Bogota

A three-day guided all ex-
pense tour has been qchedul-
ed to Medellln and Bogota, Co-
lombia, May 28-29-30. by the'
Isthmian Travelaire Society, .
A 50 passenger four-motored
Douglas has been chartered for
the excursion which is schedul-
ed to depart from Tocumen
Airport, Saturday, May 28, at
9 a.m. for Medellin, where
transportation will be furnish-
ed to the Hotel Normandie.
Sightseeing trips for both the
afternoon and evening have
been planned during the stay
in Medellin.
On. Sunday, May 20, the plane
will depart for Bogota at 6 a.m.
arriving at 7 a.m. Transporta-
tion will be furnished to the
hotel, where the group will
spend the night. In Bogota, four
alghtueeng trips have b e en
scheduled: A trip of the new
and old city. A trip to Mon-
serrate via the Funicular Rail-
way. A trip through the La
Babana plateau to the Zipa-
quira salt mines, also touring
the underground Salt Cathe-
dral. A trip to the Tequendama
The return trip to Panama
will depart from Bogota. May
30 at 4. ad y ,it arrve at
" ubmen Airprt at 6:30 p.m.

Radford leves

US Military Power

Greatest Yet

Where IM6M hh M
Presmift ,

Today, WednesdW, May 4
3:15-Sammy Kaye Sho
,3:30-Music For W e*llay
4:00-Peature Review, ..
4.3Q-What's Your Favortt -
(requests -.please phone
j before 3:00)
':30-News 3:00
8:35--What's Your Favorite
(cont'd) .
6:00-Serenade Iln B)
6:30-Melachrino Musicale
6:4-Fran Warren Slus
7:1l-One Night Stand
7:3--Report Fromnt the USA
(VOA) ..
grams V.O.) .
8:30-Adventures of PC 49
9:00-You Asked For It (re-
quests -please phone be-
fore 7:30)
10:30-Music By Roth
11:00-Symphony Hall
12:00-News--81gn OX

Tomorrow, Thursday, May 5
6:00-Sign On The Alarm
Clock Clqb (requests -
plesead phone before 7:00)
7:30-Morning Salon
8:15--Church In The lldwood
8:30-Musical Reveille
0:15-Sacred Heart
9:30-As I See It
10:05-Off The Record (requests
-please phone before
11:05-Off The Record (cont'd)
11:30-Meet The Entertainer
12 :05-Lunlchme Melodies
12:30-Sweet And Hot
l:15-Music Of Manhattan
1:30-Sons Of The Pioneers
1:45-Spirit Of The Vikings
2:00-Instrumental Capers
2:15-81nging Americana
2:30-Tex Beneke Show
3:45-!ank Snow And Hip Rain-
'b6W Ranh SEyr "
3:15-Freddy Martin Show
3:30-Music For Thursday
4:00-4Feature Review
4:30-What's Your Favorite (re-
quests-please phone be-
fore 3:00)
5:35-What's Your Favorite

WASHINGTON, May 4--UP) 6:00-French In The Air (RDF)
-Adm. Arthur Radford believe e s 6:15-BL'1E RIBBON SPORTS
this nation's Armed Forces are in REVIEW
better position id meet an emer-
gency than they have been in the 6:30-Wayne King Serenade
past 40 years, it was disclosed 7:00-NESCAFE OROAN MELO-
yeaterday. DIES
Radford, chairman of the joint 7:15-One Night 8tand
chiefs of staff, was asked at a 7:30-Report From The USA
hearingg of a House appropriations (VOA)
subcommittee to give his opinion. 8:00-NELSON EDDY'S PENT-
based upon his expect i e n C o HOUSI PARTY (Sea-
more than 40 years in the Navy, grams v 0"
of the condition of readiness of 8:30-_Tak It From Here M(BBC)
the Armed Services. BC-, "
A transcript of the April 19 00-o Aked For It re-
hearing, released yesterday, quests -les pho.e.^b-
showed Radford replied: foquet 7 -:l30) phone be-
". .The United States forces i f..-.o -
we plan to maintain are the most 10:3-Muec From Hotel El Pan-
powerful, individually by service ama
and collectively as a team, that 1.-.Time. V e
our nation has ever undertaken to 10' 1or vers e
maintain during a period when 112:-- symphony Hall
we are not actually engaged in a 12.:0-en. Off
shooting war. aExpnElaton of Symbols
"These forces re fully ade- BBC-British Broadcasting Cor-
quate to perform all essen tial poration
tasks in the initial stages of a
shooting war. global or otherwise, RDF-RadlOdlffuslon Francaise
and they contitute an ample base RNIS-Royal Norwegian Infor-
which will permit a rapid and or- matlon Service
aerly buildup when and if that USAF-UJ.. Air Force J-
phould become necessary." VOA-Voice Of America.


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Huband, Wife Barricade

S .Alamo-Uikein Home

BEJ ;,, May 4 (UP)-A the- ous. When that is depict-
hubsd md b wife, parents of eo, they woula telephone u r
:hree aildremn. barricaded them- Dore.
selves AL inke their home "Alter al our Alamo bua a
.odgy 'odd threatened to kill fed- telephone," Mrs. M~ler said.
eral maha ,who tried to re, Mrs. killer salea see war.Led a
move t man to a hospital for speedy trial on the charge that
mental bte e wroie settlers wo yuuuis urg-
AuthoriHes plucked the three iug them not to register for the
,hildreu from school and whisked uiaii.
them away t an unimdisclosed spot
or safe keeping. "I don't want to be committed
"I'll shoot the first one to en- to a ooouy hnaich,' ue saiu.
ter our dour,t' vowed Mannuel Mrs. killer, who operates a
8. Miller, 46, a former selectman, woo carving business mn an up-
as he aMed the floor stairs room, longt has been a, out-
with a rie under hi arm. spoxcn crnuc the goveranmeni .
'His -hui, gway-haired wife attitute toward Communists and
Luclle 44, We don't scare '.enUow-raVelers. le sai one her-
easy. We 4OlF$'eare if they get Fit nab a onetimee fellow tray-
the Ax ayfltttpaa-we're going pier" ann now za "anu-Lommu-
to stay rgh' I]L" uist."
Federal .at lrs nd *pisto* The Selective service Act she
arr in stae ~ers surround- Iaime, is un t,,tional. She
the White River 1o this northern sai sue zavoree a Dag vo n-
Verm Bt toeab of 1,6o0. tIer army with good pay."
The m lfer children- a boy 11
and twin girls 10- attended mor- Cristobal JHS
iming and afternoon school ses- flS 0 0
siuns, returning -home for lunch hhrs rhetr
despite the. virtual siege. Ous, rc esr
RobertNo princi pal of the Concert Friday
Whitoomb School, aid a man and ..
a woman, qpreentaltves of the The orchestra and chorus of
marshal's office, took the chil- Cristobal Junior High School will
dren out of cla 2e at 2:5 p.m. present their annul sprmng co-
STh sh -didn't object" n the choo audtorium on
"TheehJ~en idnt obect" lriday, at 10 a~m.
Nbhe said they took the chil. The group- wilt present a re-
dNobl "s theyrso the chil. view Amcriea music irm the
.mar- colOnial era 'oWh to the present
h~al'sioIflce br their own safe-= time.
Mrs. Miller eviously had said Featured will be a string quin-
"We'll et real mad I they touch tette compose of Charles L e w,
our children. They have no right, rank McClcud, Garz I r v I n g,
to do it-the youngsters a ren'r Marvel Davis on and Andrea Gre-
uivuived in tils. bien. Esthez Miller and Bonnie
Federal authorities were un- R anki wi w ; o a y
cr orders to take Mrs. Miller to ankin wilaccompany the
t. Elizabeta Hospital, Washing groups on the lano and Claire
ton, D. C., for sanity tests stem. White and Gloria Toledano w ll
:ning from a charge earlier this ierve ab conmentators. O. E.
year that she was advi s i n g Jorstad will direct the school chor-
youths not tu register under the us and. orchestra.
Selective Bervice Act. Parents an'l friends are invited
Federal Judge Eernest W. Gib- to attend this program which will
son ruled on April 18 that Mrs mark this year's observance of
.Miller was suffering from "ma. National Music Week at Cristobal
ric depresskn reaction, ma nic Irish School.
tpe" and (hat she was not ca-. _________
able of properly defending her-
self against the charge. She was r
released in $1,000 bail pending SS
action by th' U.S. Attorney Gen.
eral's offlee.
U. S. Marshal Dewey H. Perry
and his deputy; John B reen n, Fr7itnld made of
were confronted by the couple or. Darien Mahoanvy, NOW at
the porch of their home when amnaxtn low prices.
they arrived to take Mrs. Miller Bedroom g Dtnal Reem and
into custody. Boom Bets.
Perry said Miller told t h e m: Lving, n < M Sets.
*If either one of you makes a Proudctosde Maders, A.
mriove, you'll get it. Nobody is fma d brit eb to 6ASL ew
coming beyond the door." 611w3a K11k ands. u
The two federal officers retreat- &RJk Avt l*m
ed. One of them went for rein-
loreements. Another marshal and "
tlon e el t poins1
thonk near the home. '< "1-
Inside the home at the time R LE
were Mr. and Mrs. Miller, his 4. '& EK
year-old niece Diane Miller, Mrs.
Miler', 74-year-old mother, the ORGANS
tree Miller children and a news
The Miller, children eventually
departed for schooL Mi 11 e r's
niece and mother went to neigh-
iso's' homes
Miller,. patting the butt of his
30-os Wmcnefter rifle, said he is I
a crack sho. He has a practice'
target in his backyard.
"If anybody enters the d o o ra
;'ll shoot, so help me," he said.
"And it'll be at close range."
Mrs. Miller said she and h cer
husband would rotate watches
during the night, if necessary. "It ..
would be very careless of them oAnli rill;O
to enter our house," she said RADIV (ENTERLIL
with a half-smile. .... A...
7110 Ave. Bolvar
The Millers said they have per- Cem TeL
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1-pelled From Venezuela
-'-CARACAS, Venezuela, M1ay 4 speech constituted interference
) Adrian Vermeulen, a lin Venezuela's internal affairs.
representative of the In- (Alvarez said the government
tional Labor Organization sought to restrict only the poll-
) has been expelled from ticai activities of trade unoMns.
nezuela for criticizing the la- He added that Vermeulen "now
or situation in this country, the has the opportunity to examine
uItional Security Police an- the reality on the spot. This
~o'nced. reality is that legal guarantees
S.'rmeulen's criticisms were give Venezuelan workers ad-
ced during the opening ses- vantages higher than in cown-
4(@n of the fifth meeting of the tries of greater industrial de-
oil commission. velopment.
(The ILO's headquarters in
few York said that Vermeulen (The ILO headquarters said it
Appealed to the Venezuelan gov- had no direct information re-
ament to free jailed Vonenue- gaiding Vermeulen's expulsion
Sran trade union leaders following this exchange at yes-
AVermuelen spoke, the ILO terday's session).
id. after Venezuelan Labor
laninister Dr. Carlos Tinoco Ro- National Security chief Pedro
4tf welcomed the delegates with Estrada said Vermeulen was
4he statement that his govern- "Invited" to leave the country
r 7ment'B achievements "constitute because of his "Intervention in
denial of those in Internation- Venezuela's Internal politics."
.l spheres who try to discredit Vermeulen flew. last night to
o y government. Curacao.
.. ',(Vermuelen, reoresentinc the The morning newspaper La
. o. 'orkerM' group of the ILO gov- Calle published the news of Ver-
*rvnfl body, recalled in his ad- meulen's expulsion under the
.S .the conditions which the. banner line "the delegate of th&
S0del6& with in recent years OIT's administrative council ex-
2 rd0eg the prbblemin of tree- pelled from the country for
nof association in Venezue- slandering national dignity."
4 said. The newspaper commented
.'ltdan ILO report of 1952 that "Venezuela comes first and
th, Venezuelan government its internal affairs are solved by
i10 ltaltion and said the Venezuelans. No foreigner can
a gi body in reaching its Intervene in our domestic poll-
litUlna acted on the bsils tics.'
platat lodged by the r e
le can Federation of Labo
a,) rand the Internntionl Al| S p os Tl
Confederation of Free Trade Un-
i6ns (IOPTUi. Vermeulen then Wilh Reds E
II that "Venezuelan labor W h Reds On Eas
aera, amonq them the presi-
rt Of the General Trade Un- a D| J
are sul in prison.") 16erman Blockade
(According to ILO's headauar-
s l Vermeulen then called on BERLIN, May 4 (UP) Allied
Vaeuelten government to authorities yesterday proposed a
Stelease a trade union offilals meeting with the Sovielt here
S Maed of criminal Rntivi- Saturday to discuss East Ger-
S| and to allow them to leave many's "pursestring Blockade"
a country: to submit the cases of West Berlin.
Of those union leaders suspected
: f criminal acts to legal laves- The United States, Trench and
iaatlon; and to promote the British high commissioners sent
v ulOpment of genuine freedom identical notes to Soviet High
asLoolatlon by legislative pro- Commiasioner 0. M. Pushkin. At
wauuous recommended by the TLO issue is the Increased highway
convention. tolls imposed on trucks carrying
(When Vermeulen concluded, supplies to the Allied sector.
Venezuelan government delegate
to the commission, Dr. Victor The notes were in answer to
Alvarez, promptly rose to reply one from Pushkin which he
and declared that Vermeulen's agreed to a conference but said
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"Alice's husband must be m adng scads of money- e
had to pay so much Inoonm tlam thy can t afford a p
out hire this year"

he considered the tolls a topic of East German authorities.
for direct negotiationss between Pudhkin insisted the tolls were
West and East Germany. Justified to raise money for re-
Lair, of the road which links free
The West replied that it could Berlin with West Germany. He
not accept that this matter is aid East Germany had the right
solely within the responsibility to tax the trucks If it so desired.



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*S.S. "YAQUE" ............. .............. May 7
8.S. "AGGERSBORG" ............................May 10
*S.S. "MORAZAN" .............May 14
*S.8. "HIUERAS" ...............................May 21
L. H. CARL ................................May 2S
.S. "FIADOR KNOT" .......................May 25
*8.8. "YAQUE" ...................................May 28
*S.S. 'MORAZAN" ...............................June 4
*Handing Refrigerated Chmed and General Cargo
New York Service Arrives
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B.S. "HEREDIA" ..............................May 9
S.S.N MABEULA" .................................May 14
S.S. "PARISMINA" ............. .. .......May 16
S.S. "FRA BERLAOA" ............ .. .....May 22
.S. "MATAURA" ................................May 26
S.. "ESPARTA" .............. .... ... 30
S.S. "AAN JOSE" .....4 .... ..'

Weekly sauligs of twelve paBx(e_.hJ. .o New
York, New Orleans, Los Augele s, -ani didsco
and Seattle.

Specdi round trip fares from Cristobal to New
York, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Seattle.
To New YWrk ... ................8240.00
To Los Angeles and San Francisco ....$270.00
To ettie .................. a .0. 65.00


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to discuss matters of importacM
United Durial Scheme
The United Burial Scheme of
Panama will meet Friday ev-
nini in the Bible Truth ICl
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SSul py-Woopr Ball" If you can ute United States. Joined the Carnald V o T 0 9, Q J2
aI. 1eY win win praise. oeu ea get tiketo now at organization during the last two 6 44 3
l.ram Tivell Hotel,Copan Motors, or member weeks in April, according to in-. 67t32
.9 Art __aTv, mWt formation from the Personnel
.- -- -Bureau. 6 K QJ 8 6
ration Iasse call XIsa l Charleston. West Virgi- :A 4
Doro i a fuarnDiretorc of AA .10MX.. Iner in theiagineering North-South vul.
rr ction ureau. The h adst oth Wes
l o0o hire# I the Unit- Paw 616 Pas

forces Saervie Oter Is open few uloy four ofthoseretro- Ci d ament 1 n&
in _of _onmtily it t he tive-p wei Pa ss tre m e
ost, whi e. o I ..o s w .a
Stion oSerats w

f dl y m t s nd a o ives at
to a; d m eves

w n wtitt teeatI) d tDS Dall obr tho idean bYork
tr Servict "ener, a opn tmpl r l t otto a t thepoIee Vanderbilt

Se t a r-C a on. a a .

fcra t 9:00 fo o 10:e r ad suth tri slft teBoI land ace. P
dp enrer leteria win Ma ten- You're palayms ihetedw d at
daVl. A May 4--d(UP)--Th hther former nm loyL. their lg o was their f Io e o11 avoi
j! fat a 6.00 ron Cfur- bir :Tholas T a p orti ol are a te l oss es a heart and a
tDeuth i1 back line of Le print up for di Toledo Smha-m who ws with the If you find thiges problem tooalways

S1f, mon hi: cussWon toda at the five-power Canal .or I t j as ma- Tday s hand was oneul thake a
'towj.R Vga 1 Connd on an Aus- ch Rdlat and lock operator be. t olntme., this weekend.e

P pt rh Ti t)e** 6 1w4aa d d4 tein lo "ll but theCanadi Natio-bad
I P.izrla s ad.t Sa int it11'the dsla l Division dt. ,Chpit gog ?, and

aa 't Rsians wantclause latobdl; wah ha Mainten- You re iyq t Soulth d a-
pares nceDtrty allow Com. native of Los n at lba. Ax or wpac o and present your

Ew VIA May 4-(Uhterv)ewers-- to visit fo, wh Is return to heir o ~rad at the samevoid
.omi' 't Austria Refugee Campsnd Auformer plhositlo a are:en- toss a heart and
'..JNea.B.rap t ab*tt u aeppred h th e onAutfewBurnell ?.EA .DoL. for aerly, of diamond? ...

So her eut is back ton t a rra ne wholesale deportatio tie armao, O ohonder wit the If you. find to theis problem too

n w 6rei2 mfntjhamuy back todat the. Red nations froe The -other new addition to tle easy tf e of hearts, dak
"a 4 tu are< wanith 'nch t h eedt-Can nl rce l lok J. Guen- t wo Toupt of tru ash weekend.
t"00 I thor 1ho0as on l4,60 Wahin La r toulI lpfel tIbRCand iath Nptiona-
Sr inw Te 3,000 wreuugees include to C. and wh Is wa U Nmd and bM t p de-

Al@fLwr ..e ea tfYuv s. e albo hin oahod tt eseto
; -atcea teigon ibe ts "411114t to]Wo da W t the same

euf n war h to n Au. triJe Refugee Camdtandfaimlmefant .prn-t
ft f tmher, vacation to arln*e wholesale deporttionglee armature winder a ah the omw=Uadmitted towaepro-

r o of men, women and children Eletral Division at Balboa. s happeed, West had no
a pp rPmn twh noon their lives to to t.ethe
sw her o scide if the dreaded "tforcscle Gue-

L& I" sa mp proved o the AustriaF w
t I hty. .mhia r diam
Te ~Atorueuhe was treumon as sosas $ u I n asf in
oh one of the thr t Ints of of l de's topelraike to ub and both
mbamd6Io RulasWtd ungala tr P o I k today 'IaNth trickbus toet of the
"&amoot ,3 a.ou nn Mstrioma. maonae ta: 0 drivers an loBfinne oe mhped rgistra- We
"ladfa arti-cles t.their first aion. Ldan YsgspddnetMe Wnother diamond left

at 411-pert Gb ownsthizr lives toewsceed fogthe ol od
ProTrrmve l' buhleq ree hotel follow-o
Gf M ieaneralaM .inis r i a : ph a '& itatten
S& It,* t o _a w rke d to w d oa -eA

"""W .
Our Shrimp from P a ft do ge
from Florda to New Trk. See:
a ed.ktl a rt, rive n' lW ne at

et arltnda Soilly. They are seen at the bist eatig places
n above, the large Panama Shrimp Are the guests of honor at
Miami Beach's exclusive hotels. We think the pristine beauty




more diamonds. He had to return -
a heart, and dutnmy ruffed while
Boland discarded his losir.g dia- R C0
mond. He could .then show his c
hand and clai the rest of the u
tricks, making his slam contract. t
The play is deceptively simple., pi
Declare simply gives up a heart s
trick and. hopes for the best. Don't -1
target, however, that South must
pck the right .time to give up the ,
art trick after he has drawn SHRIMP BOATS
trumps. and has shed all the There are two many times that
cubs and two top diamonds. Then Tere are Jutwonrmp o Pany times that
there's'no w.ay for West to get the Jumbo snrimp of Panama are
tht safely. for West to get bought and then foolishly cut up
for dishes were the a m a II e r
o;nrlmp woula have provided bet-
.er flavor and better eye appeal.
The recipes Coctin Corner gave
lur Shjzmp Prove nc ale and
V I 0 OUR Shrimp Curzy were particular I y
NE OW ROOM suited to the smaller shrimp,
pOeled ,nd used raw in combing.-
NEW SH W RO M lion wilh the othft ingredients.
Thiere are certain presentati o n s
and choose from our collec- where the Panama Jumbo shrimp
bbines in all it*. colossal glory.
tion onebf the famous Cocktail and Salado are in this
group,but to really show off size
PERFECTION here uothg' Ccina Cor .
,*E T O near's Shrimp Boats.
KEROSENE STOVES Why Shrimp Boate?-only be-
cduse, thby. are arved- with a
.oli!'oit rT fancy wine, a toly
because it is o. i ilnlg a skhd
*'" vwich. (Clbta .r d'ahampuwger r ll,
spread w n"6pu a .i.plSc t
or3 shnp tha a cut in
,engthWbe, deconrtivly o o e
yart of the bun angd the lett ce
on the cther and serve ar ar n-
rpen of closed sandwich. That's

A Ava rdner's Movie

TWO BURNERS Pronounced UnitERS
CLUB ..........$1.25
MONTHLY ...... 00 For oman Catholics
Catholic Cinematographic Cen-
CLUB .:........$ 1.50 ter has advised that Ava Gard-
ner's much-publicized movie,
MONTHLY ......10.00 "The Barefoot Contesa," Is un-
fit for Catholics, Vatlean sour-
Proteced Aganst oes said today.
Protected Against The sources said the C. 0. C.,
Humidity a Catholic action organization,
Save the film its moot severe
ratings--"IE."' This, In effect,
meant that the C. C. C. recom*
mended to Priests that they a4-
vise their parlshtoners the move
___ ltoI not fit for them to gee.
The otanizatlon was expex *
ed to issue Its verdict In Its
weekly bulletin Friday.
SThe movie is an Italian-Amer-
a lean production directed by
Joeeph Mankiewlesc. In it Miss
S1 rdner s a barefoot gmw
dancer who finds fame in Holly-
wood. She marries an Italian
Count and has an affair with
his chauffeur after the Count
tells her he cannot have ciUl-
CLUB ......... $ 3.25 dren.
MONTHLY ...... Ij. -

High Power Buarwrs rgu Avenue
Make Cooking t ind Part

S- Morga Avenue, which was
spilt In two when the new play-
5 ground for the Balboa elemen-
St y school was constructed sev- .
eral months ago, has now been
reamed, In order to en-
ie stlmans to better find
teir way around. The name of
the first superintendent of the
S* Canal zone Schools has been
I/nelected for the name for part
of the new alignment.

iour-_ am cowms zor iree asira-
pt op to obess coal dmiers and lea
ther npedy famfe. a.
Chairman ite Cooley )D-c. '. ; ?
C.) said the meatsre was ap- '
roved unanimouslyy" d e s p ite "
misgivings by the Agriculture De- any girl IatU 'a. 4eat
artment. Department Undersecre- w. k a doiI
iry True p Morse feared the w te's a o- Ba Be
nogram weuZ result In cutting thg Intle S n
own demands, -for cem s ea ld S e- c d, he
rain. &NOVI4i be, Ebb
The givedpway pra m, which etoe A's
would bupplenent existing free te it I -'wi
distribution plans for other sur- h b i At1 eP w
lus commadities, would be res- h'l a *p.l
ricted to areas where the Labor ..- "'
department has estimated unem-
loyment at more than a per cent.
emmittee aldes.said 143 areas at Ita1y I tqu
would qualify, to d' It. ut -two amfit
The Agriculture Depart~ e n t ha* daovere tat
wouldd donate the grain out of its by. doe amind -
nultimil!ion dollar surplus' stock. light turned off at 'l, k
lies and pay for transportation caue12 he. helps." Atf'
nd processing charges. It would only flapped-at the.,
e repaid by the Health, Educa- now he does n m hi n
on and Wedtoare Department.
The latter agency would turn _-_--
he wheat fivur, corn meal or
oatmeal ever to state relief agen.
es for on-the-spot distribution
pon request by the state govern-
The action came on the eve of
predicted bitter House battle it,
ver a Democratic drive to scut-
e the administration's flexible
irm price support prograpn n fav-
r of a return to mandatory 90
er cent of parity supports.
A three-da. debate is scheduled
o start today. Unless Congress
ets, the government price floor
nler basic farm cropa/wll drop -
o 75 per centof the "fair" purity
rice next year. The minim u m
ipport now is U per cent,.



Corn "H" and Darien (fre T" *

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That section of Morgan Ave-
neo which las from c ar
Met and eOunnets with SAlbW
d retaies the- name of deer-
*a Avenue.
The dead end street whiel
Pins Carr Street ear-the Bali
k elementatl ohool has be"
aeMo Place.
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T tretl No. 13
okh el July Ave. A J MS.
Just Areestmem Amv. and U 1O.

11N La Csrrumaqula
ca mI A4ve. 4
NA 1 lery] Plan.

Feur&th 6 July Ave.
Agencia Internal. de Publicacion"'
45 Coendl Ave.
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I asn Dental Folycitnie
Dr. C. L. rAbreoa D.D.S.
1 sbme-enle we0w -sit hbradve
r Id1lt (4th eof July) Ave. oMe. hA34
(. 11an A.e Aeh d bnygNeGM)
Teleahs i-2eal-PsamA*.


Il K i 4 th of July Ave.
Sbaog ifanamB Z-0551

p".. eWa help YOU with
Cb hirpietic"

S 1. A. "elC oS rnAC
(Palmer Gradualtes
g rue Avemne Tel. 3-1
(1 oal bso oLux TheatreI


Learn RIding *t
S. Jumping closes deify
SI.s $ p.m.. Phens -0279
,t ^;: bv anoifntment.

Soe end-,.lei MotegeW.
Ms Levy oW alihs4s, turkish bath.
SMle pi female" oerate*s.
Juese A4~siuek Av. 58.
Ph@"3 5.2217.

S Mateoh-StIk Bamnbeo

S.- Oblatl on!
Distributed by
Productot de Modera, S.A.
Central Ave.. (between Kodak
budiI IIk Fifth Ave. Store).

Cani l Zone
Umtled SteteM Ditrict Court For The
Itict eI The. Cunl Zone
Divilson of Balboa
1w4&lence Curran. plainUiff vs Thql-
VS, Curan. defendant.
Caae. No. 4121. Civil Docket
MAtin for divorce.
_t above-named defendant:
it*.hereby qred to Wper and
Somplat fled In the above-
ieh. ninety days after
ir allure to so appear
j- ad t will be taken a.
t h t for the renet de-
In t complaint.
the Honorable Guthrile 7.
mudge. UnUt .UNDistrist
_thuMDistotri of e Canal ZleI
.lWC k, Ju. Clk

i l PeA, Chief Deput ClerkI-
* li V. Cw-ran I WA_
" foront summwind is served u- .,-The
._h. -b ubi ont ,- ote.t
nDe _Court for the 2
lci ef ..the canal Zi s, dat l sign t
r-.1U5, and entered and tled to gen
&-*t In tlh office qa the Clark of
ed Ste Ditrict C&ot for the NoV.)
oen of Balboa. n AAprl W. iNo. a sut
t, Mc~imntc, jr., Clirk enhow
St wnl Peto e d.erm Oeraclk. It I
I -on at

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FOR SALE.-25 cycle 9' West.
inghoube refrigerator. $75.00.
Call 2-3740. House 5438-C,
FOR SALIE--Bergain- Dinette
set excellent condition. $40.00.
HOuse 6260 Los Ries. Phone 2-
FOR SALE:-Mahogeny buffet,
$10.00; mahogany chiffonier,
$7.50; metal table, $2.00;
wicker table, $3.00; smel bem-
bee table. $2.00; small maho-
gany table, $3.00; miseellane-
ous dishes and cooking utensils.
0763-E Williamsen Plece, 9:00
to 11:00, 4:00 to 6:00.
FOR SOLE: 9x15 wool ru.
$50.00. Zene 2-4327.
FOR SALE:--13 cubic feet deep
freease $200.00. 60 cycle, an-
cellent condition. Phone Ame-
der 5210.
FOR SAkE-Due to urgent trip.
Refrigerator., steve, vanity, bed,
living room set, cribs. Make en
effer. 44th St. Noe. 9. Apt. 6.
FOR SALE :-Redie-pheonegrph
cA-le. Phone 83-5200. House
2f-A. Curundu.
FOR SALE:-Wing chairs, small
tables, secretary desk, beekease.
Call Curmdu 83-3162 or
2212-C quarters, after 4:30.
FOR SALE:-4 Venetlan blinds.
36" wide, white Eaesy Spin Dry
washing machine. 25-cyre, ex-
cellent condition complete
*vrw f--. af $ .m. I *ngt OS920
-St ..( W d CorOsl Arel e .

FOR SALE:-Zenith radio com-
bnlatle,. $40.000; Westing-
house refrigerator, $25.00;
bendis wesher, $22.00; Singer
"sewng mediue-r- $45.00, 2
tables, 8 cheols. Cheep.. +heone
FOR SALE--.9 ft. e*frigratwI.
porcelaln. $75.00. 4 Vnoetlen'
binds. $190S 1941 Ford Con-
wteIble Al .00O. 5 4 40-A

FOR SA :-..- piece moder

muker, $2.0. Other. minel.,
M oM items. 0942 Amsder Rd.
FOR SALE--Swedish choirslke
new, oH send wtercelor paint-
ings. used hlutee. miscellane-
m heuseho Itenms. 5965-A,
Dokhle, Smith Place at end
Walker Avemie.:
-FOR SALE:-Westinlhouse re-
frigeerator porceblin. $40.00;
mehogeny ch es t drawers.
$35.00; mirrors and mahogany
end tele,. $8.00; small glass
top coffee table. $5.00; ee@e-
sleeal chir. $5.00; smell aqua-
rium, $3.00. Travis reds. misc-
lsneensi. R" 1273, Diable.
Telephone 2--124. .

enate Defeats Plan

To Scra Reciprocal

de Proram
Seate defeated by voice
today a proposal to scrap
L-year-*ld reciprocal t or-
rade pVOgram.
. O*erge W. Malone (R*
offered ouch a proposal as
stitute for President Ela-
rer's plan to continue the
am for three years.
oul4d' have directed the
commisalon tq set tariffs
balis of production costs to
e "flir and reasonable corn-
in" between domestic und
i..ut.- l This would
Ak"S'the(fore of the pres-
asne substitute was one
rig of -maendments, of-
to a bong-appioved ad-
raten meastire which al-
e. W b mo dif1ted by the
a ftaihe oommlttee. ,
eoafbdft. .6%t al the
ng a. t Aeai ta wll be de-

mcamma the ad.


FOR SALI-Need-tone in Car-
rare Marble, Georgia end Min-
nWAte GRANITE, In grave lead-
ing end raised leters. Open on
Sunday morning. Mormeleria
Ceoimire Meoroe, Panama. Tel.
FOR SALI--Wem water for
chower "Tropik-Shwer" water
beater complete end intallod,
$19.50. Phem 2-1326, Radio
FOR SALE: Sibeem Alpine
Mark II Sport Car 1954. Radio,
excellent condition Best offer
ever $1800.00. Albrook 3190.

Wanted to Buy
WANTED TO BUY---Gs stove.
aporment size. Phne 3-5184.

Help Wanted
WANTED: -Reliable maid for
general housework and wash-
ing. Must sleep in. tngel-Souse
Building, corner 44th Street &
Colombia 2nd floor, apartment
WANTED:-Experienced wom-
en, 26 to 3I years of ago, with
me dependent. to live In and
core for two children and house.
Must be able to cook and speak
English. Apply at II "J" St..
13-30 IStoren 4 to 5:30
p.m. WANTED:-- Maid-housekoo-
or and eoa c rences re-
.uird. C,#po ,A-i .
tr nd 3 p74 Siection.

Real Estate
FOR SALE.-Beautiful let in
Golf Heights. 40mSO0m. Tele-
phone 2-1661.

'RiDht To Work'

For DNOeT Vi

ATLANTA, May 4 (UP) --A
Southern governor blamed "right
t work" laws today as one of te
principal causes of southwide
rail and communications strikes
now In their 50th violent day.
Ov. James E. Folsom of Ala-
bama urged the State Legisla-
ture, at itas opening session to
give serioust doshderation to
the repeal" or drastic revision
of Alabama's right to wore la
which is discriminatory in that it
is aimed to anackle the rights of
the working people."
Meanwhile, the twin but un-
related strikes against South-
ern Bell Telephone and Tele-
graph C. and the Louisville and
Nashville Railrod produced
more violence with cable cut-
tings, dynamitings and a fight
between strikers and non strik-
A railroad switchman, Clyde
H. Meehan, 41, who has refused
to cross picket lines set
up in 15 states by L. & N. non-
operating unions, was Indicted
here on four counts of anrson al-
leging he met fire to four rail-
road boxaesi s. Meehan, who was
released on $,0 bond, denied
the charge.
The switchman was arrested
by police last week after a taxi
driver turned in a fire alarm.
He faces a prison term of one
to three years on each count If
Cables were cut at Miami and
near Gainesville, Ga., with the
severing of lines In Georgia vir-
tually isolating Galnesvlle as
vsapdala sliced the circuts on
both north and south mdes of the
At F. nt tn City, ne6W KnOX-
ville, Tenn., a dynMlte -exlo-
sion damaged a dial exchange
of Southern Bell. And&at Green-
back, eMn., rebuilding of a de-
troyed repeater relay station
was delayed when APL con-
struotim men refused to creo
picket lines set up by the Atrik-
Ing CoimmaicUonIat Workers ol
Southern Bell said two of its
employee at PacaWoaqta, *MSs.,
were pulled from. a track 1ls
night and cked by a group
of men who followed tu in
ears altet they left the Pacao-
goua ,exchange. Neither man
sero0ly injured, the cOmpany
F A. b isu 6
a^ rP+,,.g -,,*


ATTENTION G. I.! Just built
modern furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrsems, hot, cold water.
Phone Panama 3-4941.

FOR RENT:-Furnished end un-
furniUsed 2 and 4-room modem
apartments. Contact ALHAM-
S APART 10th St.,

I bR bedroom -
partmnt. maid's room, garage.
Just built. Albert Navarre St.
No. 22, El Cangrejo.
FOR RENT:-Residential apart-
ment. 3 bedrooms, porch. sitting
and dining room. Hot water,
meld's room. 46 St. No. 8. Price
$120.00. Phone 3-0351.
FOR RENT:-Modern furnished.
cool apartment. Ave. Tivoli 16,
from May 15 on. Call 2-5827,
FOR RENT: Two bedroom a-
partment with porch. living
om, kitchen and garage, in
Sen Francisce, Paeoo Cincuente-
erie Noe. 68.
FOR RENT:-Two bedroom a-
portment with balcony in Bella
Vista. 2-2601 Penami, 8 e.m.-
* 12 moon, 2 p m.-5 p.m.

FOR RENT:-2 bedroom apart-
ment; new buil ng, hot water,
mniid's room with bathroom. El
Congreie, $115.00. Telephone

FOR RENT--Small apartment
Via Porros No. 64. Telephone


Antonoi W4
FOR SIlME:-1950 d -
collent tenditim. ld,. ol s,
new tires, new bup $ 00
Navy 3688 after 55,0 _i

FOR SALE: 1952 Fodd, 4
deer, 6 cylinder, Fedmietlic,
27,000 miles. Q rf. 34.Fet
Clayton. Phone 87-522.

FOR SALE:-1949 ls p Club
Cpe. Radioo. t ca fi, whil
sidowells. Call 2-1674.
FOR SALE:- 194 L Cihevree
4-door Sedan. Excell endi.
tion. Call Navy 2261.
FOR SALE:-1941 Stuldebkr.,
Model-A For d. Reaonable
prices. Perfect runingl oder.
Call Balboa 4268.
FOR SALE: Paekerd Coump
1951. excellent canditle. Seat
covers. 20,000 miles, hyditms-
tic. Original ewmr' ..J0.OO.
Call Balbho 2870.
FOR SALE: 1942 ChevrEoi
Coach, $200.00. "A ood by.,"
Phone Amador 5210.
FOR SALE:-1952 Ford Sedan,
$1000.00. Excellent condition.
Radio, seat coven, good tins.
Call Hole 2-3196, House 878X,
Morgon Ave., Balboa.

US Anny To Probe

Building Subway

In Greenland

FOR RENT: Modern residential WASHINGTON, May 4 (UP) -I
apartment, completely new, The Army said today it will send
very cool. 2 bedrooms, library a 172-man expedition to the Green.
bedroom, maid's room. go- land Ice Cap this summer to see
raga. a in front. no water if it is possible to build an "Are-
problem, vicinity. San Uie Subway" there.
Franchise 6th .v-Phone The purpose of such a subway
3-3797. would be to avoid -problems of
-weather, navigation, and. tra il.
i 1arkins in surface travel about
the 700,000 suare-mile Aretis ire
Laws Blamed 'a
S Bhodld le subways become a
r e reality, they might bring i anto
C nks~au that would rival the dreams of a
lent Strikes science lctkun writer.
The U.S. Army Corps has al-
~- ready constructed houses under
sanetiops" vandalism and "does the ice in Greenland. These in-
all it can to prevent such dam- stallations house airmen 6f the U.
age." S. Air Force Northeast Air Com-
..Beirne said in a letter to CIO mInnd who man and operate the
President Walter Reuther that U.S. Station there. Undergr o und
"we vehemently criticize such installations would also help pro-
action. We are not responsble tIot America. bases lying m the
nor do *ie condone such actl- .ath of enemy bombers from the
vlty. 'Soviet Arctl. -.
And at Memphis, Tenn., a t. Col. Elmer Cark of Spring.-
striking L. & N. employee was field, Mo., wJ! lead the task force.
slightly injured when struck by The tunneling experiment will be
an automobile driven by non- directed by Dr. Henri Bader, chief
striker Phil Baker. scientist of the Army Engineers'
Snow, Ice und Permafrost Re-
In attacking the right to work search establishment in Wilmette.
law, Folsom said strikes had in- h. 1
creased 400 per- cent during his Te experimental sub wa 25
four and a half months in of- feet high and 12 feet wide, will
fice as compared with the en- be constructed on the ice cap east
tire four years of his first ad- of Thule the big air force base
ministratiQn. in Greenland. It will be covered
"I am convinced that this is over with snow blocKs. The Army
caused by the existing so-called would not say how deep the ex-
right to work law," h-e said perimental sjhway wdl be, but it
He made no mention a pro- ,as assumed it would run to at
posed "seasre law" whih would Icast 100 feet. For several years
enable the state to o rate army engineers have maintained
strike- bound pi blic utlties. network of experimental cori.
Folsom said yster ay at a d(rs in the Greenland ice c a ps
prea conferenm that he expect- that go down to 150 feet in some
ad to ammmm---J of cases.

such a measure.
In Washington, the White
Huse disclosed that Govs. Frank
Clement of T nnessee and Law-
rence Wetherby of Kentucky
conferred with Labor Secretary
James Mitchell and presidential
assistant Sherman Adams about
the two strikes.

The governors said afterwards
that MItchell ad promised to
take .tJp the walkouts with
"other officials."
The telephone workers struck
March 14 In a dispute over a
no-strike clause in a new con-
tract which the union rejected
without means of arbitration
included in thV contract.
The railroad Imployes walked
out the amne day when the com-
pany and the- nO-agreement
unions failed to reach agree-
ment on a proposed health and
welfare plan. .

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President FAsenhower Bid today
that his wife has had a very
serious vi r u s infection this
spring& but that basically she is
a good healthy person.
He told a news conference
that she also has an allergy t!
some drugs which normally are
helpful to most people in such
cases. The President said this
had'poued a real problem for the
He dild not describe in detail
hia Wife's illness. But previous
White House announcements
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qvldent by what commonly i
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Mr. -'senhower was asked a-
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at hbi news conference. The in-
qulmr reporter acknowledged
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TWO SHIPS ARRIVED simultaneously MondaY morning bringing 864,000 pounds of CAR food.
.The United Fruit vessels Hibueras and.Metapan docked at Salboa and Cristobal, the first withl
377,979 pounds of powdered milk and 390,384 pounds of cheese, and the-latter with 49,312 pounds
of butter and 46,485 pounds of hydrogenized cottonseed oil. Shown on Pier 18 to meet the Hi-i
bueras are (left to right): Minister of Labor Welfare and Public Health, Catalino.Avmoela
Oraell; Mrs. Mary 0. Lowrie, mission-chief of CARE In Panama; U. 8. Ambasador lelden
Chapin, and V. T. Mals of the Chiriqul Land Co.

Two ships arrived simulta-
neously Monday morning bring-
ing 864,000 pounds of CAREI
foods. The United Fruit vessels
Hibueras and Metapan docked
at Balboa and Cristobal, the
first with. 377,979 pounds of
powdered milk a n d 390,3*
pounds of cheese, and the 10
ter it 49,312 pounds of but-
tei and 46,485 pounds of liyr-
gee cottonseed oil. Bh ,
on Pler 18 to meet the HibUe .-
are (left to right: Minister of
Labor Welfare and Pubiq
Health Catalino Arrocha Orael;
Mrs. Mary 0. Lowrie, m asli
chief of CARE In Panamal"V
Ambassador Selden Chapin, a&8
V. T. Mals of the Chiriqul LaP
cause rumours had augMted
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on acdoalt of his wife's he
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IsorMoWk had spent a I.t0
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0 6-- HOLLYWOOD (NEA)-Un-Cov-,flaph that Corinne Calvet and Holywood triumphs over TV
r ri Hollywood: Despite a 11 .effrey Stone were wed in Tan- note: Jerry Lewis knocks out
neras Of Caold Te. -arm- T 6ie oubts, Marion Brandoannd gier. One of her recent films tCaptain Midiaght" with one
ntertin Californian r L li French eutie Joslane Maria- ,vas "Flight to Tanglers." punchl i a dream sequence for
Mr. and Mrs. Wolf serkso of --- 'ni, are fixing the wedding date. Artltts and Models.'
Colon have as their house gest, Beta Chapter f The hitching should follow com-i Noel Coward's wordage to a "
Mrs. Sonia Zauberman of Berv- Deta S1m5a F5 Ibld pletion of "Guys and Dolls." ... ral about his forthcoming Las Jaciie Gleason has g v '.
-- -- early Hills California. Mrs. Zu- Iniatitlon Ceremony Mike Sloane is preparing a mu- Vegas night club act: Jim Bishob the green light to
TpSh: If at Baum te^rpretate that m* .es d bermnu, a sister of Mrs.' lrko, The Ritual of Jewels CGiemo- ,ical version of "Golden Boy" write hiMs biography for Simon
Th Record Shp: If a* Bam terpret at t hat es arrived by plan, April 27th. ny was conferred upon alz Be- for Broadway, with Sammy Day. "I'm tire of being called a .nd Schuster e o-ahead sig-
Is an:h example, look for Rocky thteway.eB. o'cst The,-ah
aa iu tbeS our net goret y aat y a u* i. n- t Sigma Phis who have recent- is Jr., in tne role screen-cresat-genius and I don't care if they nal carries a tellBall clause, too.
Masme to be our next great "It's all in the way a tune is Winners Announced .. ly finished their pledge train- ed by Bill Holden., throw beer bottles at me."
tenor. of the Mt's top ten g" say Mry ey. Why St. Mary's Bassr Committee lng. Those receiving the Ritual G NBC is jbagig Peggy Lee
Brs, w one a fhter bMet'k n hi Dck' uld sin a way that would' The winners of the prizes of Jewels were Ky Klont Dol- It's Guy Madison in Gary VINENT PRICE a out a for a (all T series... Bo Hope
sor, wVafienad e da he be for kida way drawn for at the St. Mary's An- lI Styles, Mary Roddy, Marian Cooper' "Farewell to Arms" certain unpopular star: Bud Abbott and Lou Costello "
st d ti the ring isith a Ger- DICK'S PICKS: Tony enuett nual Chatity Bazaar h-e Id re- reen, Glenna T'hoin a and iole when the classic hits the will tour Australia. Hope goes
man heavyweight named Max I'as a beauty in "Punch and Judy gently In Ancon, Canal on ae, Peggy Johnson. home screen. May 26 on TV's He doesn't have a stand-in- down under .ay U7, followed by
Schmelagl. A few minutes later, Love" (Columbi .a)Others "South- .were announced. The pries ad Immediately following the L ax. e has a food-taster. Bud and Lou June R 17.
Baun had a broken nose. ern Cross" (The Ames Brothers, the winners were the iolowing: Ritual of Jewels Ceremon y, I Dorothy Dandridge topk the ou' 'm m et
Setting it pCA); "Buttcrcup" (Neal Refti, Pledge Initiation was held. Bob rosby s June is still coni Paramount cute Gloria Tal- candelabra off the shelf and re- Ml 5S
setting it.prw ly the sur (Mit .Mason, The Grand Door prie, a high Rushees receiving the Pled to her bo.e with 24-our bott (Were No An ls") and viv r "Bow ut the Ca n- i o
g.o. removed a bone. Baum JGM); "Shake the Hand of a fidelity set, was won by M r s. Initiation were Mary Cron ai,," atda rurses But she's on e Glendale, Calif., raner Sardy die" number at the auldort.A- s-ml $ 1 -
ca out. the hospital with a Strnger" (The Prairie Choir, Meredea Salterlo of Cable Ruth Morris, Clyde Parker, .atal road despite r loss of Sanders are taking about mar- rtoria. She dropped it two years This wisa meclale
rn., earteno a naweightnr" ePyeo',CanalZone.pThrndoss
rln clear tenor. And an o RCA); "Johnny's Medley' (Jo. Heights, Canal Zone. The round- Betty Ogilvie and Betty Slaugh-we" o ,d .... isage again A month ago they Iao when a ringsider el le d, w.ton .t ;
trati cCreer was born, by hook. ny Maddox, Dot>; "Be Sure, Be- trip ticket to Costa Rica, cour- ter. Kathleen Suffman officiat- .eM ille'"ee to hoenix but a ud o, nChoo" wib race." w no- e d, .oU A 51
.. ,'I.elped to Phoenix. but a sud- "u'OOo .,ibei'S WrLs
(Right hook > loved" (Jo Stafford, Columbia); tesy of Persons Travel Bureau, ed In both the Ritubl of Jewels three-ada- hlf to four-hour den quarrel nixed the nuptials. Body snickers. -ima.uu e,. .
-alsa I -"r' ,r Mierr y'u "Marty" (The Naturals MGM); was won by Mrs. Alvin Hender- Ceremony and the Pledge Ini- ,novi. The cript, .312 ages, Is
D Lor Mercury S lovely promises, Promises" (The Four son, who also won the roand tiation and was assisted by Evaone o the longest in f histo-
gray-eyed sar is most unusual. Coinas, Epic), "Roses and Revolv- trip ticket to David, R. of Pa- Harte, Joyce Burkart, Jean Cof-rv /
She actually i n k about what (Vaghn Momroe, RCA). .. nama, courtesy of Cops Air- fee and Nancy Ramsey.
es in e reads twhe lyricshe Best o ecant jazz albums: "East lines. The week-end for two at Business matters discu sed Look for a telefilm series bas- (
of a su not to eriky wheresheound toast Wt Coast Scene" (AlEL Panama by the courtesy of at the meeting which follow ead ed on "Junioi Miss" from Fox
can ut a tricky sound, but to Cob and Shorty Rogers, RCA); the management was won by the ceremonies were the Found- as soon as the studio's TV sub-
fture out wha t they say, what "Virgil Gasalves Sextet" (Noc- Glenda Lee of Curundu, C. Z. erf Day Banquet and the con- sidiary starts to roll.
thice tory i, bow bthmean st to do turned ; "OneNight Stand" Char The Hostess Basket was taken tinued support of the School for a.. ....
ic to meaning.e- rnet, Clef)o "The Artistry home by Mrs. Loretta Hayes of the Blind on a permanent baa. NOT IN THE SCRIPT: Dar-
a. tudio 3" (John Grras d;ac"a: Curundu. while the dazzling Is. Also brought up and appro-- ing Gene Fowler's recent illness
zf z interw oven" P aul De. Crystal Set was presented to ed was the Internati ooal Of- he checked into a private hospi- I
RU..;dand Dave Brubeck, Fan- Mrs. Audrey Kincald, the lucky fice's propose to aid in the gap. tal so private even pals were
r AyJazz" Turk M r- w L pd theort of Dr. Elizabeth Leduc's unable to locate him. Kidding'
-hyuo9Wfza;; "Charlie Chris. Cancer Research prog ram at about it later, Red Skelton
oG.,AL fltl tian" -()Vil yCGoa ol- The Very Rev. Joseph F. Ko, ron v y .Pr, Bond Wa cat and. vdog hov
Ge" CBRtt He's noboy tan nen, C.M., Superior of St. Ma-R dence, Rhode Island. Dr. Leduc p,,al were c anyway .
ot but Mtaybe he can Interesting recent symphenles: r's Mission offers his sinere is well known In the States for 'Please.T, retested Geneif' .
sciiAeoe to adopt hl i. [Ibellus Symphony No. 2 (Bar. thanks to all those, both work- her work In cancer research. was St. Thrifty's.
-' --ibirol and the alle Oree a, era and patrons who helped .----..- John y Murphy resi ned from
Wat is so rue na a logicaIlRCS); Rachtanind a Syl make this ear's bazaar such a h w p igneb
inteareta on Ot Inresl N 3 i A-K nw (Ormand peat succm. .U IlVIS JlI lI step toward a patch-up with I ..
'mid Qor n1. a11131, iiE .. -- W N 6 yBarbara Lawrence. He'll try his! -
Sdes Sigma Phi PlNDown As Chairman luck as an actor. t
M4 .The Cuistobal Chapter .1 e- i aaI E lar party Alan Wilson overheard a
4..,, 1u1r'q r, starlet. lmproas another ". ."
SHOBOKEN N.J. May 4 (U cute by saying that spent
Benjamin F. aes annoine- a month at an Arizonaexclusive
ed yesterday he s stepping down ranch in Arions.
the orp. the world's biggeststeel Meowed her friend:
b t"1l- y "Thq C---Guest or just grazing3" ,.
Whc7I2w T winner of the tiliotof Fairless, chairman far the past--,
-ich Girlof the our" ll'e three years, rmacbes the retire- This Is Holly wood, M rs.
reo I h e a a a wi e eof 65 today. j ones: Jimmy Cagney, tougher

na ay. r oea.o a pRpIae Doa nitreat n th wi otsig the D directors of the $ande o -0 than ever ie MGGM's "Love MeB
adis lie mra .. ai n g le to' y t o coa right odena Tit o a th-e ,comany arl expected to m7eeor Leave Mc," breaks into the
e, hotnt, pret to study u.... -Nk-- -,-._. ,- .nane successor. Fair- author ranks with & book of po-
a aeel''" d"... a'- "p less will remain as a director etry for children.
Irjlc tohean alod-them- i s she be- WAS IQN, M Brcker 4 (P)-ebe t..omU -any ofis re in ae of the finance dre ca tm-
tAov~ ae aly would i she were Ipcretary4S t ostts o the cha .t .t Brc i. moit 1u5 .. U. AGNES MOOREHEAD and
nthrte pseJ .. oe rslh s warned Asterday. 'he a entng of the The head nt big steel made the stor Robe i Gist, whose mar-
ee h o o t t Proor esdentd isenbower. "*oitd be Asc osure l the company's 54thr nage ei te r
w i w iaNnta he e usa aunale p properly to conduct foreign rights "present a threat to the in. annual meeting, which was attend- caught up in a bitter property
and style make beautiful music relations" f the Bricker amend- cpendence of the United States. ed by a record turnout of more acttement prologue to divorce.
cgether. And since she's a hand- meant is app-oved. If such a treaty were ratified an 8 stockholders. E E
some hunk of woman, she would t le express' complete opPsi- by two-thirds of the Senate, he I He joined U.S. steel in 19 as .Dana Winter, the British
seem to have Abrsht future to e constitutional amendment sd, t would transform the U-president of a subsidiary. Came- eauty just signed by Fox, is noEW ADDRESS:
never had to nr ck on deaut .proposed by en. John W. Brick- noted States into "a completely so gieipos eal Corp ad three luner denying the big romance
to advance hert career. r (R-O) in testimony before a cialisti! staLa." He said tfis cour- 'ears later was nameA president. with milion:ire Gerry Hertajelt. -%O. 30 Automobile Row Phone: 2-2010
Sadvne bee eryIner k i," she Snate ijudicirry subcommittee. He "faces a great constitutional Fairless wdl receive a lifetime udden thought on the .ews '
says. tn my first through id the proposal "would infringe crisis" in the current debate. pension of 70,000 a year, or a
way tteaehers trharound g el Ihe President's powers as cam- Dulles repeated his promise of smaller sum if he names a bane-

moy what hedo's wrthu l your leiver or la twe r rtief.
she Ith ia ths and, omer m re d iwo years ago that the Eisenhow- I l .
ody tw in'Tar a Dulles' opposition appeared to t- administration will not signtheI is total py last year came to f
so is looking for a new singer,' ule out any possibility of a com- human rights covenant or any oth-b1259,200. which represented 872,346
and c. go over anda, nd promise in Biker's renewed ef- er similar ake home" pay.
Right nowt she's the girl vocal fort to re-detine the treaty-m o k-flt tth w
ut on ar Moore's TV show, ing-powers o the President. Brick propowsaou a
which keeps taer around New York ,r had hinted at compromise el-. D S
fow which she's grateful. She lives forts last week.
in Greenwhch. on n., not too farDulles told the subcommittee he A .
wpy, w Ithhbhus IBandJyMar-areed with the President In his
tin andtwo sBns. I willingness t accept an amend- A L T W W
eut teacr of hers, lide& inet whici would nullify any (YCW" 4I
tally, isn't the usual voice teachers treaty provision that conflicts with FRIDAY 7:30 P. M.
At4east. Denise doesn't studyth the Constitution.
usll% vocal lessons. But he said Brieker's propo sala.
'11m Iearning more about act- .,sould orcae the United States to.DORESE WAITES
in( and song interpretation," she I tevert to the situation it laced' PRSET
sea, "than mechanical things like under the early Articles of Con- PRESENTS
hoe. too.bdwaft throuh--"your el- toderation wnen trestles became
bow ad what to do with your effective only after ratification by ONll lWIT
ribe...t the* former is more each state. N WITH
.maortant, anyhow." Frank E. Holman of Seatle; from
S most unusual gal. Wash., a former president of the- TH H
American BG r As and a moV- THIE' H OW
There's a .et of fer about ing spirit in the Dricker proposal bles lyrics being argueur hut such international r. ',
eicelor. They may be, but a ` reements as Ike proposed Units, EIGHTH ANNUAL
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NEW YORK, May 4 (UP) .--An obscure r sothe p-'o -hmt w rI s 14 U111 w ,\J, \ 1- -
mindd the Yankees today just they hadmn- m .....1 ,s ot a... e
i that Cleveland still is "boss" of the Amern- as W T 2 .1
ue. ... 9 9 .500 7 1iNe aok ...10 8, '
Th ookie whodrove home the lesson literally in the 15. ..1 .. .
s, 7-4 victory over the Yankees lost night was V -eugh ... 011 .(.0 N, w 8, B o
er Hank Foiles, who once belonged to the Bronx i0i1M t ..i.m,, alto.
bhrs but was cut adri ft. 4Pl r As W o a
Foileswhose$greatest recommendation h.retofore (N)
lbat he was Her Score's regular receiver with Indian- Ao i. (N) a ington t
Ih at t pldelP (N) NYork t Celd (I
us of the American Association last year, ran wild a- sk ttbh () tr t R.
It the Yankees in a four-run seventh inning rally that Ml aSukee p ( RITT inniA' I
bled the Indians to beat their old nemesis, Ed Lopat, .niht name) ton ot oSoo e
keep control of the American League lead., -,icao leaEdng drel5-2 3
by Dieep l Wil- r~~ a,, l New York 00000000-0 4 o: oe -, Kely.
tled 4-.uni the evetnh A three-run homer by Bll11 Wil-' Chicago: Rush (1-2) and C- chi. [. .
I by v lathe single with the son in the eighth nnin gave loo. t a e ah t e a, l.') B tm o re:al d (, de-
ull that frame tied the Kansas City a 4-3 triump over SNe York: Hea (3-1), WIl- .
oile, a husky 23-yeRr- Baltimore which Il .... ...... helm, Corwin A W trum,
aKthouInelinhtnonsased dl- front. hmers b otEverscetnort
dnipnorof this Goa ksoeGrasso, Katt. o 3001210-
te lnhimelf = and dAl- fr ntio nt h Rom ar by opcotrn at iditions are Iyear-old UCLA"u4ant--hesonlyatobAor. C i .la n 1 20 0 (0-.1
Way aound from second wiwi eng w allop e a the 956 Olymp ic ee T W youngster sho rmintheahme g (ght Gme) Nw York: Lt .
straight Berra. he expense of Erv Palic. Ed Chlla. 311 000- 8 9 Cled Garci (2-a), New-
aswai taththe oplari''atrleweidand -Poiae003712
bllin his hand. The carelli in the eighth was the er
t&ie sa.'s ;latc king rthe y wBobreitchevedTrurcey o nCinciati0022000: Va gin and Derra.: : i

d ito o, n ou Li hrsthi ame ou-fL title L League The Fai r a y to stm ")e d r
of his rsp all the way itching plus three booming ., Pierce, Podbielan (ie1-s tween P
oles and Al riles gave up-ac Philadelphia: Wmeler, Lo- Wa 000 0--3 11

l boh red while Bera Cu s a 6-0 victor ver the fal-gh Bud 3lnd b th e Are rt c tes iln hu a W Ap .. .5 l il ie 0_, .
went third on the er- Speake's triple with the bases round the P.anema obarse, Antono Cha rds ,. n er of she d Paal and lera.
home with the fourth full n the first inning washed esat Panama Ope, was in Pan

Minke Grcia o, .twh Deer .the.yre deampair of-me ti v ersWton euretn to the T past oe mee nine, ee h A-l 8 ..... r .ho
frame on single by enough to beat Jim Hearn but By Walter C. Watson me tr e tr heito 5 e hhab a h ho n i b w ho M a000000 00I-0 7 e (2-1), Cn u egra and Lol8 .ar..
pitcher. les late.. t marked the Cubs' Tomorrow night's opening made, i no out results. -three strokes e p top pns to playseveral tournA- Pittsburgh 211 000 0x-4 8 1 ht .me)

aB oe rns n fourth straight victory and emov- gameo the Little Leagel tour a th iany S scorones .,In e d"d t e a Milwaukee: phn (-3) Rob B inlor 101-- a

siixot- game$o ofgame by pye t e Licttlns a e re tShnmIt ...i.CO.....IN IN aiJrt e e Ors t pw'. in. Ct. Zota ndo-Cr o.n-_ dC. Ian .. l :o
w Hoef t's ed them to within 5 games of nament series between Panama When a base runner lea t l mmbered Crone and Crandall. Cit 100000 -4 8 0

nd A ane' two-run the ationa Legue leading and the Armed Forces depends bas be r the pitched b hal. had thr. a anama gols ai newu Pittaburg: Lttlefield (1-2) and
'g te there a -2 Dodgers, who were idle. The loss on on the weather. re be te batter and the bats and tnine parsa d with eO efnr OYed -waa anyo a Bhepard. Baltimore: Pali. (1-3), et
6u over the Red Box, who left the world champion Giants Te game will be held ath itheh nor sll stroke lieep wa the ment as mch as did.... Plow and Smith.
own to their sixth straight eight full games off these ace Olhtympic Stadium. All prelimi- retu to the nearest unoccupied l weepaker a t aS Openthisyear. But woo

e behind the Indians, P ittsburgh' os t effective pitch- arlliy cpleted and it i an-ter ne beyond first base dut in the week,n. and to (ot scheduled)
ipston btwot runs in th eor last year. hurled a fine seven- ticipated that several thousand on a& error. .Panama on '-Thursday a Po lr amndto.n ipcAnold
but scored one run hitter in beating Milwaukee, 4-0, loyal baseball fans will be on to relieve the capital city &&ashle palmer and Rod aro Do Vicenzo
Sl wa a B r -the ra h counters in PLAY COMPETNGIN L. of their hard earned b) i.e u omargis? To-

B eizlny sayst heu sn- bea foo bhl bck. 6J e l e re dseIn 6 Go Eg dn Spe
Sahe a at lk aBil t for-tePier, ttaes s thithd o eti ae .e wto Lf ............. 0 n -- atio_ -l ard De Lfbert 'wi ......e. 0 1 0 1 1c knsl .. o

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fdou. then chased Ike contest. Little fielegisth ered iner ha-ve een selecte Tt, n FrddL HuddlesnA :. Vi h' ds ithe C
,With two more runs i "en seven -strikeouts, gettn* r EddiefistmenPaaaws-..

.d Me Veon eMatthewU es three times, and col- Littal scorekeeper pponk le eague: ...... .2parusting amateur around arlr oursh g*e a s H A o SA rk S0 0 A
crte H twrmon o i tso brg 's e ihts Ts -oftiewed od rethree Pk e Admkea ........... .e28 nenta none other tha .the. W, opainDole cf b ......... .t4 o blfe r- I ..... 0
*Ite foso' two-run dro theits off lose r Warren pah and leagues havt ien a r P ........... 5 The r t or, a ea, o go o a e A r: e t n -o. Iy .......4. 0 0 .......... 8 o 0
in the t innwo relen fourth Csnci nati do Al of this and a telephone Bab C. Shar .......... 1mhs and t..s o 0 0, Oi ar Ma.: Es pn. fd t. s ,1 "
ite, last in Chicago' to make this series ~suessful Victor l ............ .3 par r3 -. E usto h s 'Guardia, Don .tobertowi accom anied ks a ...... 1 0
S. p one, realizing that the future of ennth Pearl .......s... .3 Jr., General Manager" of the Pa byhi ke. 0o 1 2 T 4

.. .. .shngt..Fororo thrubns ow r wArme PoroUes1ro tw t o e If.........
o reee Mike For-nn to a 7-5 triumph over this sort of competition d e John Watson........... ... n37a Nation.BreVer w ityo I ....... 0 0 1 ....... 1
i.n i te ..i4)pd. gained Phia ,rphia. PTriluz conhti onys of n the outcome or his Rmo Cer ..... t. r. o ........ thefamedPanLqu anatakeUPrqs b. will be-..I
for te. T.r. pl e.ito b "l hIa d eonhseries. Umpires, of the helt Bobbmmy Brandon .......... .272 ipartm l abths or h en 3347.7eae-/ M tei a s c r I, *, t...... 0 0 1 0 C ry ....... 0 1 2
Sand Mickey Ve armies sIh of dt rom e oter aw oner Hadles ....... nc Daniyia Waith her anleeeellent aF--OE- a M...... 0 1 ton ...n...l .....0 m 0 0 an 0 ,
n.d. .tu H~it '. rmo .i his second a the Phils reaues. J eohAnn .. aBtem and ......... .g258 th ophve par n hi~ ~ngb be al ak e ......4 0 2 Pl al t ..e ..... 0
dro e^ their fifth straight. Bud M- T^ -." Rush V .......... 30003
b irof aife h i h D B andThe tmp ance oacrutinihz-I oglasPolak ..............2..50 long and -t ught of sr te r a R h o....... 0 0 0 u uL ...... 0 0
ti. the ..hop. 5-8..Dar, Mil. f Written for N Serv ce ,.. Uly rea _o_ by _the threeJohnn Burke ............ 1 bar m as s 1, a n o c e t.; ea es tnole (" -R odes ........ 1 0 0 0 0 De at 0 0 0 0
terb- .. Cincinn ati ed All of this and- b telephone B m Mar u rd ...........0m *1 o h a m. ond their two under ,ee5.m .. Total .0 0 1 0 ep ......... 0 0 o 0 0
SM Jlast 11 men 3 11 vAton between Tourna- r lo"ne ....A.8.4-6.-1P ar athe. ..n.e o4 eayue en r a
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ttohsecure e a .ifSt pin-ed Fores eLae: l .........orive...s... Y d. y ........
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t" ade to rt iesrd lmr 0necott................. Ie appv about,-s lnew ptisob nTlhompson .b....3 0 0 1 I r :...a '
M tahika--veG lthets Pa- a onder itions t competheLon The fanch brera .. ". .. thorewmcans. 4'0 4e0

of.'+ las. oth e.nd .; In theit be mIured t clber the & eveON rulD NpawImI Llt$1e oIo .P -, f,..te out r).
ballebheah h y Rplay. which contains a different Cut- Jimmy Button .....606.raPon
bar2it(betwaspht1totheerblltwLoPen--NOTES -WIrvWalin 2bf...... 230O0 2b1O1rlbr3.42n

to.4o are t date from the o .Boner Hadle.............2ny Danieba ec m. W u 1
Dan ior pla e ire e T leagues.eJohnny atte M an .. .....1 .3a three overpar t75.Peay e ree 'me e s t ....... 1 0 0 0
.ewa yh, tsey. tWito )r 9D thMATHEWST Theim n rtance of all this was 0.i.. .c to he .e s o the -har e t.
h. W written for N A 'Se vice f. uly realind by the three R. R aitetter .....n.....r...i -e5and is. tes* forr.. 60 0

8the fao repsa,5 .tDark Mil.eeagunBies aN d IaurkeYOR... 1 N mb r. I a very long ,ore r n w0 6 610Meea holes(insc-Rhodes 1 0 0 o
her anyMlel n d the A re tth eey five-whil sbe 16re is a u sers ua thing sa o easy.0 0 0 2 0
S. Elks Unity moved the erAa ley ...I ............ .294 yard pr h. SheGo wient cut in w e i ......... 0e .

sia lins I8t reatter 3aL Gat ato f ar ................s3 8 N -as sult of her br- t io .h lanama courseb b-Castleano 1 0lM 0
A oer Th w' Sutarftr tin At 'clarification. This decii tong next probable t e.2l6 waboey an foura roeens a e beeon n talP h...0N 0 1 1 e rca 0.. 2
tomade to aVoid any 0110d-Sua.rez.. -. .310.....bleonSeven. On the bfti e uts esto-
p ec ssoller.o..r ret el......409 nwneh irdied 16, but bogeyed A2-dr yrsesobg Wth-.. trw .Wihte an.s.
,y.hit thrws............243 IZ118for a 37. towav-tbe scorched fairway-

hir first apear.nce ,ad t light on this serlis and ham- we o- rl s be turning green Ma. Totals 30 0 4 27
y ,p th e G I .X s wnslu g g ed p er fu tu re c o m p e titio n T h e fa n s P a n a m aaL irtl enlan d b reP 6 o w b p r ewth...l--R-olle d oou ttfo r uatt r ) ti,

idar MP0m7 Ird etdd W pMo b be assured that every rule Pn a ttl L u T aruck ndI-ee oh W t
to bWt in. ,thei hoh Isng followed, to the letter, for 0. A. Maloney t_ .C .UAmong the winners of the. a b, I e fo eam t h bot
The ret-wilehdae R S ua tes, ') scare less us .ull ccF...ti thoulec outfor -GrassoI in Stis. u f or
seenth, theyore theirene taint.r Gowth h. ch excellentcotb-utionI Flied out for Wilhelm in 8S th.d lo rci

seventhDtheytrailedTherewill ftdourwhoiy betmL- p. Fuentes werealindo withehis Po" ""t'10..e
th tis n rle i y bsal fan .i i A. L. .Paredes oSmnt),h, t .,the67 yseason... Herb
t. baln nre lav Chag *.fs6_I d. 310 000oA.,l 020-o New- York ..". .'" 0"300ft

F." Love wh" Ts 111ri" hole atr y;-. NOW. Ybrk. ...... 000 coo 000-4
fa, the G', a group benefit we will outline reSome1070), a ley Beeson mnl (80-10411110 -"0). rejo b. Tlt h
'boyr, who volunteered iv, of the rules under which these C. Ernesto do a& 'Guardia III (net111112.s"a 4Lr YardPar fiea

Side outhit the Mlo. at again, I'd like o have those PFitcherda, it two pitch Pa11 na1 h"A euAlunrne_ 2 n ob- e-i
go falterand-- al- e.s on July. of last ear. weekbutmushave tIrne sta ti s ,..mIaeA o b on rn -
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Pirman's Insurance, rt- !m. a i
half winners, met Daxte in the on to win19 .
decisive game for secont-b. a
leadership. arlUer. third pil '1 -;
Pan Liquldo and fourth plc yu. -,
Rotary each had upMt the Fix. ._..
mAen, whose coandsing advan M IAL STANDMM
e was thus reduced to one-
half game over Baxter. .i the V i. _s
meanwhile the letter bad helped NIA's Ins. .
their own cause by defeating Baxer ............
Pan Liquido. Pan qulo ..........
Rotary ........... ;..,
In a tense contest, the out-
come of which was not decided
until the final Inning, the ire- i f9 Todoy 3
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Sures ownm at fMo ;I ad tihy m, W, Afton5 4Aa ma wwx
-I '54. Ont e h 7% Wliyne wu oas t
rapidly diAmlMhfW g aeal. 'ws transformed lteo S PlUCK CaoaavsO u xn ,np axee e ban.
at- a solviet apD g.ape 4at Jatmaica that m
By Dm.m -ofS *onealMd kigh, It bh bn M M floun M top a s
zdh tEUVW*hSYUIha#Wkept #As@ GPin. aut a nat no ceanf6l In z up iPy.
tra!!*tse lin p err Iis tuti Nwu. fut thing a *ody kniw' I io

-r." m."M the uSlar I-d-gaut Mr. i-and Isa RWA N ut wa IAu i

"Thm esbby hoa d Ue't bake. his aUN@ as prisg tra- f and arslyw
1rg T-0dyeeOrWN1i have alted a .n the deaL" meha apab*vr. Col.
Earlier in the day, Mr. 'Grimm had dd much thE *sat IL l waituntil -t'ieW al y
.on!i in a slightly different way. night- otf JeDy week-alter Lawh
I M .a been.oeateti n3& 3 -l a
"Wo're just a yar lat collecting on our inve1 ment. Of the OIrby lrial-tht Joan sealed
firs seven PAMe wIn,.Uabbr was rewponsible for me-three my forest a1s, Long I.a.o,
with his wit ba, glow. Jiome anI conMed o to take

the pre.sur off dcde M-athews left-handed lonh-bll hitter. awr.n in oar pnainses w wom
SSound _ioalng but dill the mits of any del Can be deter' be removed-ior the Dt, A bar
mited only rs native irfornahes on the ftild. pate is a oar of mh pped
oloeip e shoe from preit i il
SBLr pates sow down some bor-
hen the hard luck that re-
TET WTAS TO COLLU fl usl dogged Trier Ear l
struck again. gehqn, win-
S The way Thombone gonI now he'll more than makel up iof the O,0. Aa A iSa
for the loss of AntOn lI" Mr. Grimm told me. "'e's playtag the ab woua be dorca to pas upw
kind of baU we hoped for when the deal was made. We m led Drby. This elevated t h e
bv only eight me list season. At the very leasout, the addition hops ato other trainers, ven
oa Bo s bat he get to be worth 10 or 13 games, maybe more." though Lawrin's stock did no t
Mr. Olfis one oMaseball's foremost collectorS of clouds se materially.
with built- Wlis nlgs.Y THUDAY- W
In a way. Thomson's Injury actually helped us. We ht4o Lawrin at Curcnalli Downs, stn I
Mup youn Aron from thein-r"s ahed. of I schedule tu1 of doubt. CAN'T KEEP A 0000 WOv
returned out et better than ny of us appreciated. A Joer kept gi m e pep talk. atI acCornmck lw her0 bor
p hitter and a vry fi elder. w ere able to start "a.mmber any time bck-" gh
thi season not only with a phyrsically sound. ThomsoB, but an. 5ou decide to make a move h'll
other topnotober we hadn't ewn been ooating on.- Uie yloecl aniRim tr tha," hT !M d."-0 te bw e"r to we
:i s i e r a outside.
To get back to the loyfly Indignant Mr. Quinn, and his de- I he a been talk of making Without teflin me, Jse a t
f e of-t-- he -deal.' ,ovi,,of my book, I t Ride to a e ed- blinked anr on w .
tense ofthe deal... o mydtbok, bueooSS.'
Wi n ." I t 's d o n e l lu r e o i o k ,'.. .- ". ...h e ,-- i a. .
S"Certatily, we klew w. vle giving the Giants the on. thing llish onf th dc reeI-dol m2y l Ia Ist e t"ruinga
they saeede moet-left.Minded pitching-but at the same time elit to tarn down a rby a honefor e thh time
w wIere ettia the o0e thl swe Simply had to have to become ;d th ran...osition ..m With rae of his career?"



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hampnhit town." A r umh r h jt- .t-ol Derby so fet c-a had been torn off MIDLAND a FOB SEVEN 20-,M Anderson-16, and W.
S althou I ad jut worked the therly12, ton scored for the win-
Swa a -tt ttarthla stetlon that Ppnatentlyj5.E gi^o 'o hore wih fulle blinakers the day With the Auntic dampi n ers whose a runsj ov, .ur-
g ^^theW at etrdetgermined t se tat the OMantt1a0ir- '! .^ s hid nobdoelitd. to It asa N B S .o
goayt a t wo dtt-handet r they s ee6f a P wue %tL eon I reaned tha he wanted land C.C. as"S at Mount wai oruns cot out, and rookie,
ote eause we. thew i, Ldde he. o kd At-eI Derby Whirlaway t see that inside rail. Hope concentrated on a batting 'E. rts -14 were .their 'topp
__- *@,a am we.thg w lXow mI n Lddle. b, he rank-. rt wllgp the Wtnet-h l d The rest k inilg him on it-- attack which completely demoral- batsion. whi.e A "Sooner" Lyn-.
dd way down on Gism'l staff. Seventh or eighth. As I said t r to fthe t tur i a would he up to me. uied the opposing bowlers. The ton With 6 for 15 and R. Escalo-
before-lbohl" long hazardous rint with I never. ga, a chance to find match ended in a draw but two aa-2 for 0, le I the bowling. Silver
the usuM big field looking for po- out how 'bothersome Whirla w a y new records were set- in local 0City's bowling was h hted by
be r. b or could be, May 3, 19. League Cricket. Surrey's opening G. Atherly4 for 15 L. orne-2
w n* d ~n to ls .s w I was too busy hanging onto an neir. A. "Papalou" Critchlow and for 20, and Jordan-l for 18.
I wou" d up_.n. to last a we salnial that was as close to fly. iOcar Wion. in a brilliant dis-
ased the lf ae or the first as was ptsible. At the o y of offensive batting, put up With Just two playing dates left
g ap o DEAL FOR FIANTr alia-but It wai break.. I was pole. he put on stunni ll runs before Critchlow at 94 to complete toe schedule, t h I i
So the rail"eoed to ave ruh an we were an el ht-lengt (including 12 "fours" and a sunday (8th) will feature Excel-
To 0 it a player of Thom'wn s tture, the Bravl nasturUlly d all *awea. w e moved to victor in 2:01 2.5, a track neccord "a'") was caught in the outfield. elor and Silver City at M o u nt
had to giv up a firs.t-cts piec of ae handle. Whether they -as Ighting i Fox ad Me- that still tanads. This first wicket partnership .is Hope, Surrey and Mills at Rain-
aiht have d fie business l sewhr, getting h at the wanted, w r telead. IRED W. OOPZER' Hoop Jr.- tosidered a modern record for bow City, n Midland e r sau s
ht done buin t _whe. 8 ng what b wanted, Aw wa .troightened for home, aveme my thiri Derby victory lsthmian cricket going back about Wanderers at Camp Bird. Start.
and runn loe I rilk. I coleturaL Iwas third. as I asked Law. In 165. Second choice inthe bet. t o years. Critchlow was on the big time as usual will be at 12:30
h n .. rti the queston. He gave me that ting, we won by a length-and I verge of compiling his secondlp.m.
I mut continue to doubt they would havebeen eager to make I e11o4d eigh ant we were on tied the record for Derby victo. "century"-he made 111 not out
the deal had they raised what It wu going to mean to the top. T e le" n b had come back ries, just two seasons ago. Continuing
iants. And they had no ofbeing sure Thomson,even ws track was muddy and the m ae D oua cored TOUH TO TAKE .....
foelt when we-ot under first with when we drew the No. 12 poet RS. Wi o.n ,, and A. "Bobby"f
he u ped iju would hae helped enough to offset Antonelll's a length to pe posion that was break for usDrakes 21 .the lasttwo undefeat- New York tNEA).- Bill Terry
declC-tl-Y ontglmtriaon. I was a Setuiky Derby win. I had ridden a race earlier and- d, for a total of 210 for 2, anoth- lost the 1931 National League bat.
.I ra*rl i .T EA E tlRUced *at a veritable sandbar 6r high mark Time came to the ting championship when a last.
I unset the Brave were deeelved by the fact the Giants T RN E REARSl LATE R, had b fo-med a little outside ad of the Midland club, as de. oay hit was nullified asthe game
finished 35 m eat the year before, m-isllg e. Rth plee b ~ training the stock dof the maidle of the track, stretch. ste a stubborn defense by C. was called on account of darkness
.e a meson$teyr _a Misi g$ @A gy Calumet Fairar, sent me jng from almost the top of the Iussell, they lost seven wickets before it wti legal.
only five, hie possillIty also exists they didn't imagine Anto- another telegram. He wanted me home lane ritht down to the in. r 33 runs at the close of play. ,.-- -
nelll, for aH his abundant promise, was anywhere close to being to ride Whrlaway--and, again. I ih, a quarter of a mile. T h a -- /
S0.gamn winner jut thea acc te d the night after thi Der- stretch of hard ground, freakish,
by il. ly formed by the rain, afforded EXCELIIOR 133 F0 FOUB 10U
To suggest the Olantt wretched record was contrived de- told me: ht i the f s coamparati firm footing. .. it38 i l
t heately to s*.abh Mr. Pedal, pIoew a grnat strain on plaual- horse m America. With you rid- a marc I could g on that At Camp biord Excelsior C. C
ilty, and yet you ever can tell. If you can, please don't. Mr. 10n m, I know he can't miss." wh theers were put the vaunted ill Eeleven to
oneha pr bly wouldn't want theword to get around t he away also was conidsofterere footing rout as Sidney Hawd ad
Shadosa abit of veering out-in theu a eod early lead-and helping nd reo etively, bAth us de-
Derby Trial that week he h a d to incMse it to six lengths as eated-wh o M. Perch chipped
..... _____w______we headed home o9 top. la with 1 ana A. Campbell 12
S. .. to total 133 runs for four wickets.
Bowlers K. Griffith and Pereb col-
._.laaborated in limiting the Milla 1 Is
.batsmen i ?to e mere3 a runs.

Silver City C. C. awaked a

IAW OWN-lot daunted by her lose brush with death last year
llasle Sept6 1954, when she was seriously gored. Her "come-
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