|UFDC Home||myUFDC Home | Help ||
ALL ISSUES CITATION THUMBNAILS PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
. -' : '.: .... l .. .
... .-J ...'^i. ,"
.. . .- '. -, '"
i ..: .
caWMsiC7Bons C^ w'asa
... _"* .
'"Leot e people know the truth and the county i afe" Abraham Lincon.
' PANAAI r., tmuSDAY, aA3,f e M
OVERCHARGED NEAR LY
. 50%, ($1.44 Instead of $1) the
amphiblous jeep La Tortuga
(above) enters Pedro Migtel
locks en route from the fuken
to Tierra del Fuego. Canal pilot
--., G. Rennie Is directing the
transit from the "bridge,"
,while first mate Helen Sebrel-
'-der stands in the hatch. Own-
..r Frank hebrelder is steering.
S7At left, Canal Zone Gov. John
8. Seybold stands into the Jeep
-with Helen and Frank after
-s.aklng a brief cruise on lMam-
flrex Lake. The Sahrelers
" pan 4 take to the water en
Sthe Atlate side this weekomd,
Sbund Portebeldo ad the
1J0anlo, 'whore th" winl =sina
PC Myst Halt Cut
In 4 Drivers' Pay
Rank-and-file Canal employes
foresaw today that a decision In
the office of the Civil Service
commission reversing the Canal
policy order cutting the pay of
four American truck drivers
whose jobs had been dowligrad-
ed to locality rates nAght have
The Canal' section in reducing
the pay of the quartet from $2.-
42 per hour, the US rate, to $1.31,
the Panama locality rate, was
reversed by the Appeals Exam-
ning Office of the 5CC on the
grounds that "the action is not
one which promotes the efficien-
cy of the service."
The truck drivers who appeal-
ed their reduction In pay are
Joseph F. Shea, Homer L. Mar-
cum, .Manuel Lopes and John
B. Bombeck. All have veterans
Balboa Heights authorities said
today that the decision from the
Civil Service Commission was re-
ceived in yesterday afternoon's
mail and Is being studied by per-
sonnel officials. It was too soon,
they said, for them to make any
comment on the ruling.
The Canal Co. has seven
days after receiving the ruling
In which to file an appeal.
The four drivers had been no-
tified that "by reason of an ad-
ministrative decision" their com-
pensation would be reduced, ef-
fective March 9, 1955. The effep-
64.. ulaea am Iue. a...4mlda Anu-
pany for Its recruitment notices
now being circulated in the
States when considered In con-
junction with the pay-cutting
The Chief of the Appeals Ex-
amining Office, Z. A. Dunton,
"It Is no our Intent ... to ad-
vocate or- suggest that there
should be a slaving devotion to
the policy once established Of
preserving the pay of an exist-
ing incumbent but we note that
the Ptnaam Canal Company is
even now recruiting in the Unit-
ed States to fill positions in the
Canal Zone. Their announce-
ment contains no notice to the
prospective applicant that if the
time comes when the pay he is
now offered will be reduced to
the local scale. think that
such arhotice might well create
a recruiting problem which
would ljiae a direct result on the
efficiency of the Panama Canal
GI Tax Cut
DIVORCD -.4 Ted Williams.
slugging star of the Boston
Red ax, leavds the courtroom
at Mlan after his wife, -Doris
Soule WVIi, was granted
an uncontesAd divorce. WU-
liams me deput his fish-
ing behind f im and said hp
ou fly Boston rejoin.
.e: qmiz 9 .
Gets To C
A Russian ship was in a pickle in Crist6bol ha
today with plenty of sugar but no dough.
The brand-new 360-ft. freighter Toagnrotg o
Tuesday en route for Russia with a cargo of sugar I
But the ship's master, who speaks perfect Eng
had no money to pay for the transit.
He has since cabled for funds, and the Tagamo
transit depends on their arrival.
Canal authorities say no special security precaul
have been taken in connection with the arrival of the
sian ship. _________
However, in line with the poli-
cy of making the Canal commer-
cially self-supporting, precau-
tions are taken against any ship
getting through without paying.
So far as to known none of
the Russian crew, except the
captain, has .aked permisalo
to come ashore. -
,J e t' .- ,,m 1 .U ., u.
Expected To End Tonmght
expects to rela -the 'fitdt
batch of embargoed Sal c-
cine today and resume the :aR.
tioni poo vaccitnawtl, pt
gram after a six-day Dt.
Informed eurm esM.heY
expectaI ta e fWlt_ e-
foke night tl .g team
of Federal experts., who have
been e1seking vaccine pro-
duced by Parke Davis and Co.
Barring a last-minute hitch,
the Health Service hopes to
notify all health authorities
late today that "several batch-
es" of Parke Davis vaccine have
been doublechecked and are
approved for immediate use In
Informants said the batches
to be cleared /probably repre-
sent several hundred thousand
doses of the vadeine.
These doges already are in
the hands of the National
Foundation for Infantile Para-
lysis, local health officials, and
This easss that Inocula-
tions in m areas could re-
The vaccine expected to be
cleared today was approved by
the-Pubic Health Service some
time agO. But Dr. Leonard A.
Sobeele, U. 8. surgeon gen-
eral, ordered a repheck Satur-
day of All vaccine stocks after
more than 50 cases of polio
had developed among vaccirt-
ated children. The officially re-
ported number is now 62.
WhN W the recheck was In
progress, he strongly recom-
mended that all inoculations be
halted and the greatest immuni-
zation project fn history ground
virtually to a halt.
SSa pTo Be
At Obl PaMn
S34 students of
the Bding School willn
$25 For Theft
Theft of a rebuilt generator
from the Army's automobile
maintenance shop at Corozal
netted a $25 fine 1i Balboa Mag-
-strate's Court today.
Cepri' B. Barker, 37-year-old
Hondurar, was convicted of the
The generator was valued at
Loiterers Fined $5
Each In CZ Court
Several loiterers were fined $5
each in Balboa Magistrate's
Court this morning.
Among them were Alegorio
Brunel, 20. and Lulas nrique A-
rauz. who Is tne same age.
Both men are Panamanians.
fSt to the p-oaw t tfriw ank
W d atithve
du% pay. They were the
Fed ployes Veterans As-
sociation, the American Legion
and the Veteran of Foreign
Wars. At the hearing n Wash-
ington on April I, the men were
presentedd by' Caude Dawson,
FEVA National Judge Advocate.
Representing the Panaup Cam
nal Co. were W. M. Whitman, Its
secretary, P. M. Runnistrand, ast-
sistant secretary, E. A. Dolan,
personnel director, L. H. Noble,
comptroller and V. R. Brown,
The decision took up a num-
ber of factors point by point.
It em~hauIed that prece-
dents exist to show that whe--
ever a new pay determining
system Is brought into being in
government service, action is
taken to preserve the incum-
bents of the affected positions
from I, long as they od-
copy m tse ln ltth.
Among oter comments, the
commiSon citicized the com-
. .. ."."* M - *
Abraham Mutter to exclude S3-
000O a year In the taxable in-
wome of seatuieIen on active,
duty oI e the continental
SOuilar bills have been In-
tamouced In previous Congresses
Mt have never been approved
by the6 committee.
The committee is expected
however, to act on one .tax
benefit ill this year.
It would exempt all U. 8.
citisae held prisoner by the
Comulunists from paying any
inbeme tax for the time of
Chase US Pilot
COPENHAGEN, May 12 (UP)
- A U.S. Air Force pilot report-
ed today that Communist Jet-
fighters chased him across the
Baltic Sea from Germany.
To Coco Solo
PORT OF SPAIN, Trinfdad,
May~2 (UP) The 1set US. am-
phiblan squadron, VP-34, has
been reabijPed to the U. S. na-
val air station at' Coco Solo and
will be flown there next week,
it was reported today.
Transfer of the squadron, un-
der Cmdr. Randall T. Boy, will
mark the first step toward re-
ducing the Chaguaramas U. 8.
Navy station here to a "care and
Heeu s le Hdde
of 4,k Tem
WASHINGTON., ay 12-(UP)
chairman John J. Dempsey
(D-NM) announced yesterday
his joint subcofunltee on atom-
ic energy will held a hearing at
Oak Ridge, Tenn, Junt 3 on the
addiLnistration's proposal to sell
It was expected that all of the the gvernment-owea
400-odd station personnel would
have left Trini4ad by the ed of B s that would api
June, ending the squadron's 14- detailed administration
year association with Trinidad. selling houses aS ot
The Chaguramas station was retty have been Untro
one of the bases ceded by Brit- on. glinton P. Ande
ain to the United States on a
09-year lease, under the so-call- NM). committee ehair
ed "destroyers for bases" agree- Rep. Carl T. Durham
ment, during World War II. vice chairman.
ed tway for the
elsfvttW n to c
na thit weekend tot I
mE er, the United t
ed an ultimatum on 8kw
Union to agree upon a
ed draft treaty today
sion at which the treat
Petty Thief B4
Over For Trial
In District Court
day In B1b a9
for trial in U. S
on a charge af
lowin a previous
an off"" Ofthejmae^
The charge ea"e
says that last JanS h1
Jacket valued at $41 S
parked In Ancon, C0.
was the AVpro ty .
HS Senior Wins 5 Of 13
At 7th Annual ROTC AwA
Charles W. Hummer, Jr., Bal- Hummer also won first place u I s pe uo tU o-u t Ameanrl
boa High School senior and a for the most distinguished cadet the HBa Ia er School at ed 0 the
Cadet lieutenant colonel n. the awards presented.by the Leo A. The wgLft tt. was made hi l No 1,
Junior Reserve Officers Traing Mclntire and Pacific Air Force Capt. l J. Lbr, J, Wtar
Corps of Balboa High School, chapters, Reserve Officers Asso- profe r b a lBtar seieme and highest ma .
was the winner of five of 13 elation on the basis of overall tacttpie. \amnatlon -at-
major awards which were pre- academic standing in school, Cadet pChriian W. ear- and tactic.
rented Friday night at the ROTC daily grade average in military on and CtLt. Joseph Pu Cadet 4fsta1
seventh annual awards ball held science and tactics, final exam- ts were thu-wners of first ard Jay nB em
In the Army-Navy Club at Fort l'ation grade and the faculty's second place, respectively, of the and third red
Amador. evaluation of leadership ability, commanding general, US. Army Pustis, C
The awards included the con- Second and third places were Caribbean medals presented to han and t
mending general, Caribben Air won by Cadet Rt. Joseph E. Pus- the two cadets of the Military I W.Hearon wa t i
Command medal, the Governor' ts and Cadet Bfc. Stephen R. clam who attain the highest second and third
Cup and Medals, the Most Ds- Laidlaw, respectively. The awards day average in military science lively of the medl
tingulshed Cadet award, ad the were presented Jointly by MaJ. and taeties The awards were the Veteran of
B. P. 0. s award. Be also re- Maurice M. Morton, president of preented by Bri. Gen. W. E. ost No. 40,g
Ceoied forth place In th Canal the Leo A. Mclntire chapter, and Lauia, br a. Gen. of Military T.
Zone ROTC Interscholaslte W It. William L. de la Mater pre 4- t:uJ7 o arr, commandig hrighet maft r
Match. i dent of the Pacific Air orse gtlia ted States Army amnilton n
T Command eeas haer. and tetues.
Calwbean Air OC Et Hummer was announced as a the Canal Zone oal
is presented eaSrt too ta e winner of the BP.O. Elks lale riflemath medals we
cadets of the u hard presented by Lodge No. Cadet M/Bt. John b /s
who attap ther 4 to te most outstandi lee; Cadet CpL etCL
*&te6 h mawelita w aert et officer of the Balboa oeed place; Cadet ca
teelas. The awardsWr pm alRTC. The award, which an nmer. shot ate
_ SStd by COL s$J. L rsA a ksabmre, was p-OLt a Dan-
J. rprobw hr tietbt Ruslr 1arry R. ikI.
.bi* 0. I r.-,-. ,ot af.mm
ioeaof l ther Balbo of the wn-
.uto ammer. Esl asea a gm esd. n mu mi a "a
' was anam
of tShe 8e
let who Is n
. t ..-. .'.r
**:. .. -.
i THE PANAMA AMERICAN
OWNED AND PUBLISHED Bv TMa PANAMA AMERICAN PR3SS. INC.
FOUNDED By NILSDN ROUNSEV5LL In lre
.h HARMODIO ARIAS. EDITOR
S5~ 7 H STREET P. 0 BOX 134. PANAMA. R OF P
TELEPHONE 2-07A0 IN LINtSI
CAcBLC ADDRESS. PANAM1NICAN. PANAMA
SONM OFFICE, 12 179 CENTRAL AVENUE BETWEEN 12TH AND 13TH STRirET
FOREIGN REPRESENTATIVES. JOSHUA B POWERS. INC
345 MADISON AVE. NEW YORK. (17' N YV.
IN A C LOCAL BY MAIL
I. MONTH IN ADVANCE a 170 2.S0
E ,TouN. -N 3,. 0of)
I, ONE YEAR IN ADVANCE 1 5____ 150 24.00
IS IS1 YOUR FORUM THE READERS OWN COLUMN
aTHE MAIL BOX
ZThe Mail Box is on open forum for readers of The Panama Ameriaes.
ers are received gratefully and are handled in a wholly confidential
If you contribute a letter don't be Impatient If It doesn't appear the
seat day Letters are published in the order received.
Please try to keep the letters limited to one page length.
Identity of letter writers is held in strictest confidence.
This newspaper assures no responsibility for statements is eopllen
pressed in letters from readers.
i Bh'i want to write and thank you for Cocina Corner. I've only
: be n here two years and I've tried the vegetables and fruits of
Panama and find them delicious and easy on the budget. Many
I d( not know how to prepare, and would appreciate recipes on
the vegetables grown here and also fish recipes. I do tny own
cuking and I am always looking for something nqw in meaus.
I tried the Shrimp Provencale recipe with the sriall Panama
shrimp with rice and it is delicious. I'm ready for hqore of your
ripes A good neighbor of Pansama
SAnswer to Previous Puzzle
State of the Nation v rnt
ACROSS S0 French name ,
I "Buckeye toflfl f7 A B I
5- Lake I Persian poet *gr7e6gIs
City. Utah 2 Possess i
SSouthern 3 The- ^N
state b. curtain"
12 Damag 4 Willow
13-- 5 Body of water
Pennsylvan- nedict 24 Ancient Syria 43 Postpone
14 Tennis strogte 7 Ins 25 Glacial snow 45 Cost
15 Shunning 8 Years between26 Dislikes 46 Continent
17 Anger 12 and 20 28 Work unit 47 Tie
18 Renovate 9 Nourishing 30 Nose (prefix) 48 Chest rattje
19 Wine and 10 Learning 31 Eras 50 Seaweed
honey II Son of Adam 33 Nymph 51 Disorder
21 Stagger (Bib.) 35 Sprain 52 Fuel used
23 Compass point 16 Resides medicine In Ireland
24 Literary 20 Missouri river 40 Third century 55 Mariner's
scraps 22 Consumed poet direction
29 Indlan coin Z I 5
34 ---- and
S Opped +
, 37 Lu.bat - - -
:. 30 Midday -- -
*. 42 Unhappy -" -
44 Clip -
46- Residents -
A ~* 'I
CYCLE BUILT FOR GROWTH-A bike that both grows u
Wi folds up Is demonstrated by Sari Clymas, left, and Chri
leick In New York City. It folds for eass storage, left, and It
Indlebars and seat adjust to the size of the rider, as shown I
ft. Flexibility of this'bike, Imported from Japan, make I
suitable for a youth of any age&
and very special
m C NEW WONDERS OF \
P JA THE SOUP WORLD
e Cream of Potato
* Cr.m of Shrimp
e areen Pea with
TB PARsAA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NWSPuAFki
S By VICTORBI EEL
The mornng'D Wednesday,
iMaj. 4 ia.ia&., ta 016t %Iutadt
'4by in o50IIr(eln states wajca
ii.cn i. uledau bj ha-Ui upjianhuiau;
.na rule lire saece UvuII waa.
On that ilit day agroup of
souLdern goeinorb cam wLi he
aiine zsf.-e auu andluL. J ieat
dent Lasenn.wer., Jenma L eem
u ey hau ieA. ue.ViL)-MIud..ed u We-
p.one companies wiri uaoongated
JdUUmAIB ( a MIUailL Lo taUiLvuudge
bfooteurs. 1'hey nad come iroas
.a'eds wilere p ijcets a nofl-suitK*
tra at telepnune ana rauroaa m-.
PualuaU.nos nau neen tarowwng gun.
Suot at eaca otner, tnus tru.u-ang
Iue bOLulI out naruy eAng uieaiu
aoiunu Wue nawon.
Even as the governors sat wait.
Ing, a oynamne Dblast iew up
piiA t u1 an auiomhanc repeat,
tiauon near Birminaam, Ala.
'ine ,overnurs olu toemseives
ana iliauy wae general autaoriues,
muat tney reauy sealed tney cuuau
ro1 cope wtit toe civil ulsoDoe
ence, violenLe and saoocage. A
apoeesman zor the governor of
,enatucA) soi., me wusa uaUs situa-
tion wa. as near to insurrecuon
as you coula get' witnout mass
At the appointed moment the
governors wcie sruwn ai tlae
riesia-em s ouice. aney talxeo
biieuy and conveyed tneir ears.
lar. Eisenhower ustened, toma
Inem he was glad to see them
spoke for 4 few minutes and then
pasbetu tuem un tirougn canneia
to hisa ide-de-camp in charge of
labor-hecretary ian kitcned.i
kLi. rvL rv
History and vital policy scraw;- jl4UQ ljnfI U l[ema
ed themselves on the records of
Ine xulure, i' seems to me. And S8
it has all gone virtually unnoticed. By P Et \ Er
President aisenhower was proving By Peter E ison s
what he had told some of us when hi
Le first returned from Europe as "- i
candMiate for the Republican nom. WASHINGTON (NEA) Con- at advantage, as the U.S. knew ratification of the London and Par- Se
imation, not too long after Harry uitions in free southern Viet Nam that r.o leader could succeed in 'a agreements to rearm western hi
I Aruwan had seized the steel have changed so rapidly from restoring order if he were p r o- terman). The deciding question e
mills during a strike crisis, day to cay that any simplification Frpch 1i Washington has always been H
of the complex local political is- The premier's weaknesses were that Euiopean unity was more im- cc
Mr. Easennower said then that sues inmolvea is impossible, recognized by both Americans portent than Vietnamese unity. RP
i.e wou not have seized the From a di:.tance, however, sev- and French He is not a good ad- If the United States had been m
raills. The President-to-be asserted orel international aspects of the ministrator. He cannot delegate au- given a free hand in Indo-china, it
mat under his leadership the situation are subject to clarifica- thority. He cannot gather around is believed the entire situation
White House would be alrictly tion. They concern the Washing- him a team of loyal Viet-namese there might be different today.
reutral im abor-maMagement bat. ton and Par', background. who c uld form a government For one thing, it is regarded as li;
tCes. It is considered inost fortunate strong enough to fight commun- a safe speculation that Emperor in
that Gen. J. Lawton Collins, Pres- ism. Bao Dai would not have lasted as E
nothe ? dayi he has prov WIdent Eisenhower's personal am- Premier Diem was backed by long as he has. w
eo that. The crisis warranted the bassador to Vietnam, w a s in the Unied States as the French- It is admitted that the emperor r
intervention of troops in s o m e Wtshington when Premier Ngo iAcked, recognized head of govern- has a native following. Butt it ss -
Sareas, some Washington author Dinh Diem seized power. The gen. 'nent. He was given considerable ar. open secret that he has, been Jo
ties Delieved 'be violence was eral's absence from his post was coaching, and backbone by Gen- supported in luxury on the F epch~
out of hand and for the first time ceiticizid by Rlep. Thomas J. Dodd'tral Collhu. Rviera by graft from the river to
mI my memory a national union (D-Conn) but this view is n o t But 94 has been recognized all pirates who control the police and hi
hcief Joe Bp.e ..a18^idely e along Ul.at Diem miaht resapn be. Ie vice and Aikfha 'coneai| *
f miucation Wrmenc cause whhe s o shy or migl. e tak6 iin'thf source s T
was forced to take puBidt cogfai General Collins had been in fail and beq.icked out. t ie estimated at millIons of dol. 4
.nce of riot ng and denounce t. Sajgon. communist propaganda Weh the French complained lars a year. It hasa Iso sqpporte4
Sduld have played blame for the that he woula not do and must be an extensive lobby in Pari. This ti
Throughout all this, President leyolt on the United States. It replaced American officials deal- Icbby has influenced French offi- fk
Elsenhower stil .Ws kept the vculd nave ben pictured as an ing will the situation said in ef- cialsom into continuing support of hi
White House neutral. American. engineered p 1 o t to fect, "All right, who replaces Bao Da. and the old style colonial- ;
i He sent tne troubled governors cverthrt w the French puppet Chief aim?" im. w
over to see Labor Secretary Mit- of State sai Dal. It has beei, recognized in Wash- h,,
leell. The cabinet member re- There has been a great deal of InvarHibly the French failed to 'ngton that this situation cdbld not C
,:eived them well and with a loose talk to the effect that Pre- :ome up with a better man. So go on forever Americans like Gen- G,
sj eech. He said he may denounce mier Diem is an American "pup- the aitu.tion drifted from worse to trial Collins and Lt. Gen. John w
uie situation publicly. He said he pet." Actually. he was picked by bad. Wilson O'Daniel, in charge oJ train- G
would keep the President informed the French. The idea taat .the situation has min the Vietnamese army have a,
that Mr. Eisenhower had He came originaUy from the for. been under complete United Stats been plugging along as bost th Cal c
rlid to pive tie crisis top priority. merly French dominated part of control is alio said to be incorrect. could. They have made ond.
T h e n Mitchell r e It e r ated northern Viet Nam. This did not U. S. foreign aid dollars have erable progress. cL
White Housi policy. The President mpke him too popular in southern paid the piper. They have saved Diem's seizure of power while It
of the U.S. would not intervene Viet Nam. But he was regarded what there is left of the country General Collins was in Washing- ye
personally in a strike situation. as honest and incorruptible rare Rfter the Geneva cease-fire and tIon was a hopeful sign. ,.
Mitchell revealed he would spend in his country. He was Catholic sellout. The French fiddlers in Par- But m the back of everyone's el
24 hours a .t.y if necessary trying and not connected with any of the is have always called the tune. mind has been full realization that buhi
to mediate the struggle. But be. native religious sects. One important factor has been if the situation in Viet Nam be- g
yond that there would not be any The fact that Diem was an In- that the United States has had to -ame intolerable, the United States
ihwaernment force or pere, gov-tense nationalist was in this case play along with the French to get might have to pull out. i
That was that. Some of the gav-
v nors went over to the Hotel the
Statler for a conference of over I
ners, same visited the Nationall ul
Democratic Caqmjttee headquar-
Tennissee a Gov. Frank Clement Pt
schedukld a meeting of all his la* Go
enforcement officers at this state L L a ilnsaat.M ini a
capital for the aext day-and in- i. n"i-eO nfl Y y
',ited the FB to sit in with state ri
oI us10salesicials to "discuss ways andsound
means of turthering our efforts o "bae 1lh sI lA ma j
to prevent violence and vandal- a 0 w i nI UIV ras& oW un o
ean in Tennessee and to bring toW a 1
j.'stice the guilty parties." tt
Despite. these startling develop-
ments practically all national
hIbor leaders not involved in the
marathon telephone and railway
ttrikes had paid little attention to
U e Softhern stoppage.-
But now they are beginning to
'ook and listen. Precedent is being
set. There mre other strikes up-
coming. Theory is sharp bargaining
u. the auto industry. Steel negotia-
tCons are pending. A General
Eactric-CTO battle looms. Strike
Ltises are simmering at a rate
L'i ,-hith we ve been unaccustom-
ed for years.
Without Whnite House support be-
hind it. labor will have to fight it
cut with Inaustry in long stop
pages. The day of the
strike in big Industry Is on Its way
o't. WhPt happened in Washing
tn on May 4 indicates that labor
leaders have to decide whether to
settle quicklro r settle down to
protracted and costly walkouts.
The Preaident said he was going
M, be neutral. He obviously meant
* NEW MATERNITY WING
of Santo Tomas
* NEW PROFESSIONAL
Miss BENMDA CESPEDES
t Director of the Profesleonal School, sy:
V "W3 t* utroum our present plit to such an ec-
tent tha .. teachers and students carr out the quest
fort edufts under great difficulties. We hope that the
parents of aw psenet students and all alemni s ll be able
to taen X $ Et 81. each to buy a bond eor thi much-
S needed SWa Profussohl SachooL
trJtUI 0. MIRANDA
2 ieflody Edatlea. iselares:
Southof Panama are s mot previous aet. The
4t School ih l them onw tohat is their
r me er spacious b fIs to be
'inNa oespWesbasgor' bg bhying
a^S'^.iy "i^? osMmf
A BOND PRICED
FOR EVERYONE !
MR DIFAULfl, kbnd paymeotr
i COOLATEtAAf -lOAfts up to
by aSviw alnisiSSt d blnaSt Ratk.
.w .. ... y
WASHINGTQN With Te Na- son in 6." ver,
oan's Governors Seldoni have so ..."What doe p he
any alert young governors gath- besides la
red in Waaagtea as during the before yoI S uhS
recent hbeanatorial coufereace, Chilvera w.as aEd. i.um.,
Imong u g mo fAmpreilve was the rep*. a t-o
oungst rs %ere Hall of Kansas press of t hsfliabe g atemenL
oss of Soth Dakota,. BepubUl- uhairmn Uidler rep
ansi Leader of Pennsylvania, not tell that to T 0 Texa
iusie of Maine, Freeman of Mint loyalist wer dup ied at the
esotd, Simmpso f New Mexico, embrace given tWdisloyal o
'aubus of Arknsas, all Denlo Crnor ty the Demoetratl cha
ats. ...Also oldtimer "Soapy" man. Most of them, however.
filliams ofMichigan, still young figure that S#ive is it ashed up'
ut ser'ng hls fourth term; Mey. -Veterans' JaIL CaU.1uI, nsr-,an
er of New Jersey, who now acts scand et have made it ext
ke an oldtimer; and su) elder to Impossibe for hilt 6run a in.
tatesmen as Ed Johnson of ColeO Congrrssmnab 'Tiger Teami
ndo, now in his T0's but just Lf Texas was serves psad tety
elected and McFarland of Art. when he presided ova' a luschei
ona who was both senator and with Sam -Raybumn am. right
overnor.. Averel f Harriman of and Goverao. r Shiver o his efl
rew York who looks aM most .s LRyburn, unuke LCW 1Joi-rhS
)ung a.s Leader of PeAsylvwania, tias never forgiven' a fors S
wowed confidence and -maturity, doubleerosasi Teague -knew
nade an impression on colleagues. it He was so nousthAt he
ne yeai ago he was less assured. didn't mtroduce rivers, but in
ow he stood firm g Issues, talk vited young Con J ioe lgor
d briefly and force ly...George lrom the vern hoe district
raig of Indiana, close friend of *o makethe Introducton .
isenhower, didt his beat to put
rough the General Clay highway HOUSEKEEEPR MAMIE
program, got an assistt from GOPt' "
governors Knight of California and Mamlt Eisenhower I a very
anglie of Washington, But Demo- n meticlou sekeuper, an 1vd
rats Meyner (N. J.), Faubus mesi ecanbe lkeeptherhouseand at
Ark.). ement (Tenn.), and wive, it irritable about it
hers calki the highway down. The White Horle housekeeping
didn't even come up for a vote% Pretty wel mechnizedin-
.Three y o u n g e t governors, stituti which carries on from
element of Tennessee 34, Leader administration to administration
SPenprylvari 37, eeman of with- no polities involved. The
innesota, 36 were comparing same butlers who served Fanklin
otes a to which was youngest. .oose rlt and Truman carry on
heir tree wives happened.to be ud senhowr, sand there
resent. Governor Clement startedvant staff i gerally about the
take a poll to see which was same Oh tie Whole they do an
ie youngest wife, but abruptly ecollent job. "
popped. The question still remains
mystery.. Governor Simms (N. But the other day Mrs. Elsen-.
Aex.) was at dinner with Speaker howe was coming downstairs in
am Rayburn when Rayburn paid the Prvate White louse elevator.
ibute to his "graduatesa-the which is lined with plush and satin
natorp who had trained tder with a heavy carpet on the floor.
m in the House of Representa As she stepped out of the elevator
eate Ran urn idto the U. A secret service man was standing
n Sate. Rayburn didn't know itotside whose job it 1st o protect
ut young Governor Simms train, the White House, not keep it clean.
d as speaker of-'he New Mexico 'lamle pointed tp the floor ethe
house of .R. presaestatves. Politi- elevator and rather testily told'
os are talking of himt for the thm to clean it up.
anate if-And when Elder states. The secret service man explain
an Dennis Chave setmls. ed that thl President had been
ri- out, in the e r gTarden, buot h i s
Me-m A ft -,e t f slightly nuddy, and-tracked
0~v, tll s at~ ndit Into the evetoe, ""
ghtfur GoV- Fau04 8 *s Attl d 4 "don't- earn h ,At- h
g a party given bs reb yap.am Mu Ik.e "i'
oclety, -fear e a. Oi nfiarm t i
here bT Ty ar-o there still
aises iyte.ax< al id: .. "
When t whn a i li t timber,
t iibgdat t ber Co.,
n $M1 a11.t6Ea wta
nguisd liRhodesir Selit' and
rmer university president, made
s money through a lumber corn
any which pays notoriously low
ages; 2. Commonwealth College
id the reputation of bein a pro-
ommunist minstitution, and aince
governor Fdubus as a youngster
ent there for nine days, ex-
overnor Cherry threw it up
iainst him during the election
empa:gn, when Faubus was call-
d a Commmist. .However, the
iarge backlired and elected Fau-
us-only the second time in 118
ears that a candidate has defeat
I an Arkanras governor for re
section. Actually Governor Fau
is and Senator Fulbright are
:od friends. ..Arkansans t a k e
ride m calling themselves bill-
llies, but also in the fact that
hey are represented in the Senate
v a Rhodes Scholar and former
Shivess Woos Washington -
overmn'r Shivers flew to Washing
n in a chartered 34-seat Braniff
ane, with only his public rela-
ons man, jimmy Banks, and the
tter's two children along. In
ashington, he wooed other gov-
mnors, and !or the most part won
hem. He also conferred leasant-
and profitably-from Is point
Sview-witn Democratic Chair
an Paul Butler at a b laast in
be speaker s kitchen. Theyame
ot of the kitchen arm-in-arm,
!ter which Butler issued a corn
limentary statement . .hivers
however wasn't so cooperative
ten talking4 to Texas Newsmen.
asked: "Wll you be for Steven
STARTING YOUNG Three-
and-a-half-year-old Earl Wel-
ton prefers smoking a good
cigar three times a day to eat-
ing candy. At least, that's what
the Bethalto, Dl., youngster's
mother says. She' says she
taught him to smoke as a stunt,
but now complains that the
stunt has become a habit and is
embarrassing in public.
SIDE CLANCE$ By Calbroith
. ... ..-"
_ __ _~__ _
_ ___ __
- 41 .
4SP* ~ ~
^ ^ ^ *. +' ,+'+"+"" -;-" . j,. '-:'-. ,.. _-... **, ..+^ r .. .,. ..
W I.. . -.- -r- .
','W-- .-A GO"----*a wu
"o)Ao, ,a the o in Wittte bhrdEA leafvi
Eustace Ford, ast. inan r 6X5
Am thee of Lombardis rela- Pamlo, will be guest speaker.e
tives watched workmen unoov- wl base his discourse u nad a r I64 t .a10nSD
eetd farst a band and then, a I018'Christian Homes." w t 3Ag1 (Di
blue denim shirt and then work- omen attending the Aprogt0t 2 A102 4J38743
'. en y with hammers to free am uv d to bring their buba s, 9K 6 5 Si
min teed the last rites of the Other activities for the we e k Qiu
Roman Catholic Church. A doc- are: Monday, Sunbeam Band and
tr examined the body brief Girls Auxiliar y at50 p.m.; lA j
li4 died iblstantly a the wet d Women's Missionary Union meets
haeen stf lyov him wt. 7 : 0; Wednesday, Blblp] study Noth-aou th. l
ceter fell over him. The r con- M dteaihers prepare tion cla t aNe vul.
-C-te had hardened around him,6:30 p.m.; Prayer Meeting at 7:30 -But at WsA Northg
She two days sinee the Mcc- 1, p.m. Thursday, BPYU at 7:30. u a 6 4 u 4 e P oas
dent. p.m. Friday at 7:30 p.m. c hot 1r Pass 5 Doube Pass
dent. to" I i p'm'ridarrylngat fi0'm co ir P ass Pm a
mek workmen, stuvn to C aik g I Openlnead-- 7
clear the tons of debris so tLostP
:j,.0 i.biio. hal s Swayinge breaking West found, the only chance tod
their aM hammers and s ledges, defeat the contract in today's hand
T yt^ood Ian silence as Leoma. Tod Aven when he opened his singleton dia-
s body was removed. w Ae mond. He expected to regain the
0The ,.uaht worker's acthree lead pretty quickly with his king
=le tAives, a son-in-law, En Une of trumps, and then he would
nephew and cousin, tne uir have to find a way to reach the
1HE RIlOESOEA- k ity 81.y7 0 e heads andi wept. t E i'&ast hand. If East could then re-
'Depy tla t nAtiO l e US -k M, d- ahed wept "NEW YORK, May 12 -UP) turn a diamond, the ruff would
'hard fdl*ng i wt bah-s ic was i' liad .'y I gr h andi The last old Third A p o train defeat the contract.
father from tree b hair ma el hoo sa's l aoraft serkanways and e-eaks up'tiT st Side Now ut )ourself. in the place
rlitter hi d (WItft )ad) and tafl. .R of Manhattan for the last time to- uf the declarer. You recognize the
___ ... .. ,,day, openin diamond lead asm a ingle.
ton..You can ses the whole plot
Within-- H11^ 173 gapA train was scheduled to leave that East will get hte lead with
t .ia. a p.m. carrying a final load of p.s- a diamond for West to ruff. What
01 "a .inngloers along the elevated tracks can you do about it?
,N erected 77 years ago. There are several ways to han.
PmWA BLANCAS, Nicaraua, tdie this. One way is to ignore the
May 12--(UP)--More than e,000 With the passage of the Third whole business. You play the hand
persons, including oix ULS. en Avenue line, elevated railways bow out, gave the opponents their 100
saors and representatives, at- ,ut as means of rapid transit in points, and go on to the net hand
tended road-openig ceremonies Manhattan. The Ninth and Sixth without any comment. A second
ere thrt brought the Central Avenue Els were torn down before way is to do a little complaining.
AmerwaAn section of the vital World War II. The Second Avenue You spend about one minute on
Pan-American highway within ne was scrapped in the w a r the enemy's good luoj, and about
173 miles of completion. years. two mnues on your own bad
Foreign ministers Oscar Sevi- luck. This takes only three min-
la' Baoasa of Nicaragua and The El, which lost most of its vies altogether, and is time well
War a Esuivel of Costa Rica t business to the faster subway lines spent f it relieves your feelings.
out the ribbons that formally in recent years, was expected to The best way to handle the sit.
opened the 13-mile stretch of be as crowded on its last run as uation is to make youth contract
the International highway that It ever was during a rush hour in despite the excellent defense that
r from La Cru ita Rica, the old day. Transit a thorit es West has cooked up. You win the
to the Nicaragua n border. were preparing for a siege of senl first trick In dummy wit# the
Sen. Speasard Holland (Di- timentalists eager to take the final queen of diamonds and lead the
Pla.), head of the American trip. king of spadesl
coaeassonal delegation, spoke East has to play low of course,
ate e inaugural ceremonies. Protests by faithful El riders and you thruw away th eight of
Completion of the Las Cruz brought several postponements of clubs. This play, the transfer
link of the highway leaves only the abasndonment of the line but coup, changes a club trick for
two gaps between the United did not persuade the New Y o r k East into a spade trick for West
States and the Panama Canal- Tiansit Authority to keep it run-land thus transfers the lead from
a 25-mile stretch in- northern nmg. Officials said it would cost East to West. West gets this
Nicaragua and a 148-mile see- 800 0000 to put the weatherbeat. spade trick and will eventually
tion ti southern Costa Rica and en El in good operating shape. get his king of hearts, but he can
the Canal Zone. never get the diamond ruff be-
Theraz of the El will be a cause East will never get the
boon to ThiordAvenue property chance to return a diamond.
Cantakorus Camel ownrs", however. u. ,e c.
New apartment houses already
are plannedaflon the aven uan Scout Iews
-haince 187ncs been subject,
0 '" CO S d to the noise and Mid-da' twi A meetti of the Local Cotmn-
lht of the overhead tracks CHl, International Boy Scouts of
__the Canal Zone, will be held at
I',rE1AND DDM tIn m of an atomic'1"fall out" are ex- (UP)--.Fra Rke Court Of Appeals nex ona, bP8,.
re Haute mId., an animal keep- Uphoc o fficersland mo re -
plained to Fort Clayton Distaff workers by Lt. Cot John 0. AP- er with te g Brothers andUpholds Conviction quested to be present and on
peL chewalcl Officer of.U (CA at their reteant mIeeting. Cole Brothers combined circus, Of Puerto Ricans
'T~ enty women. were a. g d diplomas for completion of Red show but gave the camel pen a
wide berth NEW YORK, May 12 (UP) -
C.osa Fitst Aid course. Disaster exercise is -the next project Parker was bitten by a can- The United States Court of Ap-
tankerous camel Tuesday night peals upheld today the conviction
for the Distaff workers. while he was feeding the ani- of 13 leaders of the Puerto Rican
(U.S. Army photo) mal after a matinee. Nationalist Party convicted of a
-. Attendants at St. Elizabeth seditious conspiracy to overthrow Dan FM aIoga nNOWde N O
HospitaL said Parker's arm and the United Btatesgovernment by amatM o wn.o PNces.
shoulder were badl bruised by violence. amal o prices.
on D isas er ro the camel's teeth, but the skinBedram, Dining Room and
was not broken. The opinion, written by Judge vingB Room Sets.
Parker, who said the ri-na- Jerome N. Frank, said the record t de oMadera ,S A.
e r er toured animal "sneaked up" be-showed that the Nationalist have "
G graduates -20 First A ders hind him, was rescued by an- rlven up hope of achieving Puerto c als eMd wenu
other camel pen worker. He said Rican dependence through legal 1stween Kodak eal. sad
"".- a--- the camel which grabbed him political action and had become, ruM AV, tSme
PurstIAthelr'oal of nataln- T h e advanced graduates, of previously had bitten three mstead of a polltcal party, a clan- oe ss
mg an evr read, system for d which there were even were in- brother men and killed three cows. destine revolutionary conspiracy.
master ctrl the Fort Clayton DI.-structed on splinting ad traction.
sated twenty women trfdits-fi$ up of a complete review of the Let o al -- ith ta .
did claismeg last wek aSt Ut standard first aid currh'tumb ..
Clayton Service Club. COl. Arthur
S;.user, deputy post commander of A new first was marked by the
Fort Clayton presented the diplo- Distaff workers, as three wimen
mas. Mrs. W. R, Seymour, presl completed the first comiunica-
dent of the Fort Clayton Distaff ar- tons course offered. These Women
ganizatlon, cited the graduates for are now familiar with the Army
their work and welcomed them in- wire telephone. In the event of an
ci the fold as fjil lledged Distaff emergncy they would be prepare
workers. ed to give assistance in setbng up
Members ef the Distaff Organia telephone system.
ration must be American Re d
'rous standard first aldgraduates. An adddress by gest speaker Lt.
Nipe women completed the stan. Col. John G. A Chemical Offi.
destruction on the treatment of ithe Atomle and Hydrogen bombs. L
Ia rtlcI~ re a includ -- ,, '
ed. Four oman rece pd diplomas
"' ":' ', ...r.thl~llkBIlc h ,Wf
GREAT ANNUAL SALE
I. L. MADURO Jr.
TODAY'S DINNER MENU
AFTER 5 P.M.
A Pleasant Place to Eat Well... for Less
If ....................1.50 's ...a..................S O
Hot Rolls Hot B ols
ef Be So Barley uSoup,
Beat Barley Soup Chideklen Croekets
Roll Beat with Mushroom Sauce
Fundam Potatoes Fundam Potatoes
Butted Carrots Batted Carrots
Mixed Salad Mined Salad
Water Melon Water Melon
Tea or Coffee Tea or Coffee
"- - -~ -~ g--- - -
3 ............. . .... .... .... ..-...- .... .-
SBeat Barley Soup
Cooot Eggs with Chicken Liber Saqee
Tea or Coffee
TASTYMEALS A LA CARTE
the coziest cocktail Lounge in town
.Remember our family Bullet
every Sunday from 5 p.m. .4
T.. New .. t ,,
The New DeSoto 1955
You are cordially invited to visit
Col6n Motors Inc.
COLON (104 hOt
'' r nj
ie i r ; :' ;; -
:., ,. i : ,', I.
:' .. .. '.7: :
PANAMA (Tivoli Crossing)
I .is e
1-- .~ _1 Z 1 _ . c.-JI._1
. as II .
- r lnl *d&
:- ~'Y~:;;';"-`'~P:'; '
AL, -- -,.. l--
- -+ + .
Toll Of Dead Passes 200
In Jap Ferry Boat Crash
TOKYO, Zhurs., May 12 (UP) b6 persons were dead, 75 missing
The toll of dead, missing and in. and presumed dead and at least
jured in the collision of two Japa- n others injured in the collision.
nose ferry bats in a heavy f a The dead included the Shiun Ma
ou the scenic Inland sea paned .u's captain and one crewman.
:0. today to rank thie accident as The other passengers and crew
one of the worst in Japanese ma- usembets were rescued by prompt
1itime history. action of Japanese coast guard
The Japanese National Railways vessels
which ownel the two ferry botas The Shiun Maru was only 20 min-
eid 834 passengers and 67 crew- utes out of the port of Takamatsu
men were aboard the ,1500 t o n on Shikoku Island on a trip to Uno
S-hiun Maru. which sank two min cn Honshu when ft collided "with
utes after the collision .early Wed- ,.Le ko Maru. The big ferry sank
resday The other ferry, the Uke F quicidy passengers were unable
aru, did not go down. to don life belts.
The railways' latest figures said A. huge hole was torn in the side
of the Shiun Maru. The Uko Maru
Ssood by to nelp with rescue oper-
It was Japan's worst ferry acci-
dent since last Septenlber when
the Toysa Morn sank In a typhoon
cff northern Japan killing more
ifthan 1,300 persons, including 73 A-
N There were two American mis-
sionaries arron the sons res
cued in Wednesday's sa ng. They
were Willis Adams and his wife
Bernadmine, who havaMen in Ja.-
panM since h1950.
Mrs. AdamsVwatija d slightly.
A member of the v licalAfi.
ance mission in Tokyoa0.d Adams
was from Kasas andw f wife
.Adams said all he could rentem-
tr of the -. ecildlent was a dull
"I realized Imimediately there
wps a collison,"p he said. "A sal
*i,r was shouing but Icouldn't un.
Oerstand what he was saying. WeI
were thrown overboard and swami
to the Uko Maru."
He and his wife were making :
trip to say goodby to friend before'
leaving for the United States nsrL
Blue And Gray
It Out Tomorrow
"80 ROUND. SO FIRM. ."'
American cigarets are thigh
.ih In Rome. Italy,. when sold
LV female black marketeers
ONdlag their wares In special:
. made garters, as demonstrated
by toe model above, the gal
do a brisk business selling th
eigarets at half price, skirting
the payment of high govern.
..: :;t OF MARTRA WAINE
'I Ytn .aIsLpo.
"I don't care so much about your baby.sitting experlenm
--how are you at wrestling and the 100-yard dashl
UNITED' FRUIT COMPANY
Great White Fleet
New Orleans Service
*S.S. "MORAZAN" ...............................MIy 14
*SB8. "HIBUERAS" .................................May 21
B.S. "L. A. CARL" .. ....................... @..... Ma 3
S.S. "FIADOR KNOT" ......................... 5 U
:*S.. "YAQUE" ....................................Msy s
S.S. "MORAZAN" ...............................Jue 4
*S.S. "HIBlERAS" ................................June 11
Hflanding Ketrigerated Chilled and General Cargo
New York Service
I LEXNGTOI4, Mo. (UP) -
The battlee of the hemp bales", an B.S. "PARISMINA"
important engagenumt of the Civ. S.8. "MABELLA"
I iWar will be re enacted here s.S. "FRA BERLANGA
May 12 s.. "MATAURA" ...
The action was recorded official. S.S. "ESPARTA" ....
ly as the 'Battle of Lexington,' S.S. "SAN JOSE" ..
hut Confederate Gen. Sterling S.S. "CHOLUTECA"
h Price made uFe of hemp bales to A Steamer.......
d win it. His prize was .Lexinton, _ *
s. then the largest town west of the
r Missisaiopi, with a population. of Weekly sailings of
d .bout 5.000 York, New 0Orl e
s The loser in the Sept. 18-20, 18o1 Nw O l
i .. battle Was Col. James A. Mulli-
g fdn, Union commander in the
Cadet. of Wentwort4 Military Special round trip
,cader t Lexington. U.S. Army York, Los Angele
Soldier ine Missouri National
u,,ard. numerous R.O.7,C. To New York ...
4 e To s AAt les
The cast will use a moveable To Seattle ....
breastwork ,t hemp bales in an .
assault on Mulligan's hilltop en- T
trenchment. Some of the orinal T
trenches will be'used. CRISTOBAL 2121
The even has a two-fold purpose R B
to highlight the 75th annivers-
1ry of Wentworth and kick off a
Irive by the Lafayette County
..... r-t..re both the. battle-
tield and Anderson house, Builti n
i nouse was used as a
,/,spita, durg the combat. ioM
The "battle" will feature some
r ,no troops wearing the Blue and
Gray. Old cannon and muskets
el be fired without projectiles
on the 75 acre site.
............. ............ Ma
........... ....... ..... .May 30
............................. June 6
................. .......June 13
.. ..........................June 13
twelve passenger ships to New
i, Los ngeles, San Francisco
p fares frotCristobal to New
s, San Francisco and Seattle.
.. .... ......$240.00.
, San losco :....$270.00
... ........ 65.00
, .-,WI :i :
-mmuLmB amm Iu
SI V. !o Als
BOOTS AND "oR BUDIMA Jiutle? 1 DelGU1MAslll
. PANAMA 2-2904 j
By WILSON SCRUGUS
Lettntg the Cat Out
aft LoLkA TUtRNE
S I SEA V Ili
':. .u u
,-L.I, .WRs WI
#~t- 3' I'/
Can't Take It
ST AL VRMR
OUM BOARDING UObMe l iAJ ob JA OO 0UL iO 001 WA1
N'T Tr AMA-ZINSTWIeOGI.UT
SACCIDENiET TV WIT. U"r
1rl46 FORMULA TNDAT VLL SI
TH& cgaBrasTB 9W
FSEAUT6V IrCE t Di.
COVRY OF CQLo.D
e.T eeAJA -AtsiY
5WRit R -Pt4
Ir &. i WILLIAl
. ~ d
*. .. . .
_11M WEFORE Aylt
*.. ,.... . ... .... ....... .-..',q> '... ~. 3,3 +
*- ' " .. ., "-.+ " "3. . "- ; . .
-. :- ., .-';." v /;--. .' : - .. '- ,'I - .a -'
:,. - ..* & F. 3. U- .. .' -: "... : -
.'- " "' " ... "' *'. . -. ", .i -.'-. + -. -; ".-'.-., "
I . ... *. , -...
.-yz 3, *S ^r^-^
* 337. ~
S" u .ite.-;
nf :i ; .'>r "i~ i Kki, ;-..-.;., _,i
-- *~------ 1 -
- -.~trzp%~L~eq 1U
"0-: . ..... ....... f l -,.r. ". .
o', wants w.by GAYNOi ADDOX ..
6., e," e-ad an.r
,mm|^H^I^^a WrtkB -*leCUanl* W d e went toa luncheon at e o
a.. 4 4 4 & aa a nt aZ eed .T. nac. Dma Uk ea s as .Brea
-I....... ad Dr... of week wof i e gt e .ote w aet to.t tee fa a .y. falan
S:> .. ..... " . --,- th 9ls, o ,,cn 1t o .aSokCun e ior wb in t Nt York where a
aeriBa- P anstes a sa t business of ma a ca e. tw ime ll n sa.a
4 wiro AIbse PH Ish aIwoa It b nsn atBa wa tunin
H e. sganee bbeao ess te e pshe says o me forw. Charles f l enia of oh s at oa nmte calfa r ad i
t gethMtr- B ep ,ah-er of Ad h. asks Dott altn=a hoinumaker adds ake popular
S- A Mr..3. Prs lf P nana th k tight? Af l ter all. e ds (which havoe been p o. soy o
a, a- Dr. A. A. Boyd of Pa will plenty of ~~for a asked water) right to a pack- I y a bake banana bread
..- --- .- those .ng" once the b ldrei a gt e of inst ant ell cake mix sa n ot diffilm t and t Ie a
rleanig --- Far tate mamog with two fresh eggs1 all at special v te. Mary cooks i
l~-eHo w.caan y~ woman "a f ..once. The ake ia bathere. two have a collection of several
M e Wd Mrs. Albert Fuer sayquare pans and i served with a variatlop e l this recipe. If y -
-a" 4e to sa, aboard the wil, be plenty of se for custard filling between the squa res want to sa e a. cake for an
lo hot husband later, when t me and a simp glae on top nc, you couldn't ed o better tenu
adm hyir Me the alted peos around anod sees how hake a- banana cake. The n. -
S-Mates after s ng years reldeIw ma middle-aged wide there Poppy eed Cake tural rnd over ae in the fruit
l s. The Pluier a lading lonely live? a r homea e table. a tie many reasons
goa toCol on o and ile d And hoe i asnywfe fai to One eCquarter cup py seeds, hith he cakuet koisep btltr
*ou1,io. i tO k Byosn*er iof. .An a as nt on'ty eodllhow Iake r adds popypopular t.re mest
[' !1 +Mz, rMrs Plutuuer is a .ormer.g er+ Hthat they have to star. Soake pon seeds an 4 cup wa- wth a fresh fruit dessert. Have
ao Wfmnrseam eo_ the bmar-A uin- h aled oe bae s tillr about our. Then place cake you ever tried slipping a slice
_oruer maer oA.onm ,,,ine Jae-s C a a4 u m ix in bowl. Add poppy needs andi _i the toter and serving an
Clau ShIs aF honorary life srca hAnd there Is also this o lcon- have been inae on bottoms with
her of Balboa Woman's Club a der. It is wnot only good for tsr. Bake in moderate oven Mrs. Freid Denton of Balboa,.
parents to get awa by them- (i erres F.) about 35 mites. really ma nya the nost of ha-
Enterio At .a array Hee ts go l for children to have their Cream filling and thread between Shea Informed Cocina Corner
The Qulary Heights offler s pants get away now an that n t pe layers. Make toe glate .and that she usually make tan
b was tie scene of a color son that the children can o t sread over the top of the cake. extra quantity and It eruieps
lI i MhyFeurt, given by cWO ms eine other than 6e tr, goes o e can to say that Ie t tas tes
axn=ra. James E. Haue and Apd if woman can newer Just a bit better here In Pan-
cOWo and Mrt Collins C. Cochran. brhig herself to leave her chil- custard Cream Filling ama for The tends to be more
l-AmoBnA the 120 pests were l iu- drnf wes they are small, w the usbcnp In usin t mae ig Ide
alanr she e Combine i- up sugar, 3 table- storan lch, b est am nes ran
Stu mit de w fneral Wa yne t o turn themn loto e m r to 2 c dbcakes flour an d dash lo e Ip them on tea l w here they
-Lt, rl taema en obe In r later egg yolk, upteing w thoroughly. Cook the aimpk banana b t reaecipe.
onwas de by Mrs. Pat Morgan ,ap with justa over boing wateers about 10 mgraze. Ruth Denton says she likes
of Morgan's Gardens. ites, or until thickened, stirring add clfopped s laed fruits.
Plumris ome e.onstantly. pool; then stir in Won some other readers send
oma will beeld at St. Peter's Church, wbotour Then pe cake can vert them. So many
KISS BAaAfe LOUISE E ing for repose of the soult ollf the come in from our readers that
aClubaae eyui s' sugar into small bowl.A Add 1 start choosing the best onesrv and
Jti'GDm,.An.. .- ._.W YOu GoInL c;alule.e the V mwShir and blead well until mture is "The recipe of the Week.'to
ley, rchdeacon of Panama, will tn enough to be poured over
M. Thomas ,e f vts w. New York, ha s. s s offiate. ileItisalcake. Ruth Denton'Prepare Cstardnana eds Bspeciqualities.ad
d'-,e i,'At Qur. Highnts g.oofor cnlrent so h e 1 Creamfilling and speadbetween cups sifted flour omer
TheQuarryHeightsOffe e rs', tc pe ts got away. now and ten,.tile ,ayers. Make the glass andlhtnshe usually make. an
-a lob wws t aBeeneof a colors u o'.t e _. achlrenc - read over the top of the cake. 2 traspoons baking powder
SColU- t, Wenesayv teapoo adjust to be cared for bytore leftover aken refera- perfectly n btheaking sod he
., My.-lFo urtesgivenby Wy tam"sl other than "M .toa t
Cd- .gesna1/3 oup shortening tase
ndMr llns C. Coran.br. herf to leave her hl-Cream ll cup for she tends to be moreugar
A. eeti of the executIve 2 eggs, well- beaten,,
Sguestswere, .... ,e .... henuthI de he a re mall, what geer1 cup s in thed ripe bananasin
Slates A.y esland, New Al achedhofsh for Menday night at is I Montrl where they
wdinis eM 7:30 teteachers' room of a- yn qo c 2 tor thbaa
Ge nea St ttsgehn Maur, bak lng.r
I mide birth atr o, rou Cook the binse beating brdtil recpe
frstcr My Pti tt ae Mrs. Adolf ve 0 we R -h we nton says he likd beato
"fnadce",t toaidlt P adenndmnt order of 4- .aoaerIlln neatly with bazamaa a sUa
after his Mrs. Oreilquemor fellows, nrchester Unity, will rrrinamount f time, la ed ruts.
h e tt'Silottadugter meet 7:30 Friday night in the Isear additiononly eameSht.
SWondt some other readers send
of Mr. nd Mrs. Felpe Motta. Savadorean And Psaaala Pacific ervice enter. moisten dry d let us know that
uests lAt Psnamnee I .All members are requested to edt eer'ur a grea sed tSt pan ( x
Abmbass. A-d-m- rleI Visiting in Boquete and staying attenCd nfc/ onr 'ungnar4 oe g 1/2 z 2 % ineh.e) aind bake
S4- latFrancis R. a eer. Measure cup sifteeonfection- vern oon CocinCoer will350)
pBteini ata.or too 1 *suga to small bowl. e about 1 honr the minutes rand
to acM ted twrs. Frat Morrice K GIz nLCm.igaNd el tll bMad ks done.
ret i bfy toeSn.JWopet o na' e MCkeo s lo-f.
a e s whd lHu I hr W i--
viitui.l rolaties _anitnds. I N it To Hear dl in t ob o
Famly Mfetwrty For
Peariri -. V I. d rche liifully loendednr
svilfffleiz^ digOO rto Valdesa s. .. .olds broth tot t your, v
e tC o.r ad miser. 10 p.m.. prpntation only anw tohav 4Spoon akin
lM. t e'eMr. BulO in the beautiful Bella Vista Room lenient Mte Chicken
A-ngluts Olbt *C af aidpav of the a e p o/fn I mak ^
owl ad abtin. ,a.eMonday.night at
Those Pearls a "Mr. BABALU" f TV, radio anmrdm .
Mr, )elir Mrs. A
Esirft F r: abd Mrs8.'bjig
n I Mr Jimr fl-f" a Cover Car i hTper petaonrr-____'
e .er (a r0:4 pan.)
Cl lMax ,
-is me -rn mu wIfe o1
", ar d.acceur a t
P o t .r0. ... --
WtAtrhe I-AlMlemba treaheseIoa-. .t'--h
de l, MuaI 3 auv .,.
CONr. .. .--- I--m. ...r...i
yxs 10yy j glasns...from
4 1i .'4.
For baking success, we
CA MET, the double-acting
baking powder. Get CALUMEr
today and try iti
i taurant "kOj L -
S3,. tB ofly Ave. 10pposlte
N* e Chef o M4
TUESDAY: CORBIWA BONNE I MmMr '."
FRIDAY CODFISH, SPANISWi..
SATUROAY:- CHICKEN, HUNTER-V -
SUNDAYS: RICE MARINIERE '
No. 21 Central AM.
TWO PART STORY... -
fRESH COTTONS .
FRESH C&DR ..
Our new olotetiof, .
of new aumnuqr -dn taj
will play lt mo.t .J"
important roIe n you're
They are d qned
for beauty I o seo61
P.S. OF COURSE. TH<
ARE WASHAB) I
AT BOTH OIUR 3
No. 6 Th3"Al *
can you get
with such a
with such a ;
safe and sound invstmrntl?
By buying bonds of the
NEW i1,000,000 EMISSION for
* A Modem "Professional Sehool"'
* And the New Maternity Wing
of Santo Tomas, (Shown below)
* FREE OF TAXES in the REPUBLIC ."
a ACCEPTED AS GUARANTEED OF LOANS up to 90% ,
of their value by Savingi Bank and Natioiad W ntk
* 6% AJNNUAL INTEREST, paid 4 times during year
GUARArTEEO BY THE PANAMA NATIONAL
GOVERNMENT WHICH HAS NEVER DEFAULTED
ON A BOND PAYMENT! /. -
Miss ORACIELA REMON CANTERA
Op.. See. 4f the Natoemal
Bag.: ,General st-
retorlj of the Nationdl H "
Crbes of psndma, I maka a
call to an cfttaens to buy
at least a 9 bond, so that h :
all together we will con-
struct, tth-new Maternity
Wing., the urgent aneed fo
which I e 6-bm able s to
1fe" khely in the Re d
te soa H cooperate ifth the
the NaBeittv Wing tff becom re an
of dRua inis. -,. .. "
Dr. M W RQGNONI -
NaO" fet or at.o Tea" Mea ,-B..es. ,
j* vefyPaesmlaib masiss4
m e A- a seu
1wb l a i
mm41al~l~api ida l~lO .rJ4.
OImS T0AY atet
- -7 1--
.~~~~ . .
_ I_ __ ___~~_~_ _~~~
I. ~ k.
:1, *;j. ~
sf -. .flP- ,
* ..-4 ., .. -.
' THE PANAMA
YOU CAN PLACE YOUR AD
Inexpensive Want is
- *,*. ... .
LEAVE YOUR AD WITH ONE OF OUR AGENTS OR OUR FICES AT'7t STREET, PANAMA
SStreel No. 13 r
6tb of July Ave. A J s.
Jote Arosemens Ave. and St.
-- _____________________________________________ .-~~' wI n -
IS2 Lo Carrasqulli
Central Ave. .41
FARMACIA EL BATURRO
No 3 Lettery Plam
FARMACIA LOMBARDO -
Fourth eO July Ave.
Agencia Internal. de PublioaoIonu
PlAque 1efaev 7 WStre
' OUEHOp. EXCHANGE
J. F WI ilM Ava. N 41
1 I I a U'
Canal Zone Dental Polyclinie
Dr. C. E. Fibrega D.1-S.
DUtiore--brlid* work-sir brave -
e General Preetlce,
STlvoH (4Uth of July) Ave No. 2IA34
S* ~' (oppesito Ante School rIsyaoufld
T elephone 2-201 l-FaMMae.
; : 3IM RIDGE
14.25 4th of July Ave.
Phone Panama 2-0552
i "We can help YOU with
0* 3 Chiropractm-.
f/ .-*" sasnnnal fTAtaA
FOR SALL Two beautiful
twenty gellan stainless steel
aquariums with stands and re-
lectors.' Cheap. House s633-A
Los Rios. Phone 2-336.
FOR SALE:-Seenrs ereno in-
cubsator 70 egs, $20.00. 3
cotton mattreses, $10.00. 2
30-inch, I crib eise, ib1 now P.
0. Box 2023. Ancon. t.
FOR SALE:-Baby crib. $5.00.
Singer sowing macdins pedal
type. $25.00. Phone Balboa
New prop- need major fabric
p!ace dual control or I pace
cargo airline airplane Lycoming,
300 h.p. engine, 407 hours.
New prop. needs maor fabric
repairs. Minor structure ropeirn.
Located at Paitille Airport,. 1-
c.l A &r1. Estimate to repair-
Jarvis, $1.200 00; Cross
$1,000.00; Ponce, $00.00.
Make highest cash offer to J.
Foley. Balboa YMCA before 2
p m. Saturday May 14. 1955.
WANTED: English family went
to rent 3-bedroom 2 bathroom
apartment in El Congroej or
Campo Alegre. Write Box 672
Colon. v'--q detellr.
FOR SALE-1949 Buick Super-
Dyneflow. 2-door, new tire and
battery. Priced right. 759-C
Borneboy St.. B elb. 2-4413.
FOR SALE-Ponties 1951 Cot-
aline. Hydromatic and radio.
one owner, axeellent condition.
Call 2-1304. preferably 5-6 p.
m. Price $925.00 cash.
FOR SALE: 1947 Pontiac.
Cheap new snat coven. radio
in good sanditions. Phone 3-
NEED a Car?
Cell H. Prtto
Automobile sales, all makes.
new and used cars. Aulpmobile
Insurance. 6007 Front St. Phone
1604. Box 748, Colon.
Cadillac Coupe Deville 1953.
new car condition. Fully equip-
ped. A real bargain. Trade in
Chevrolet 1952 4-door Seden.
standard shift, excellent condi-
tion, with very low mileage,
trade in accepted.
FOR SALE:-Army ieep. Duty
paid, $550.00. Good condition.
Phone Kobbe 84-3179.
FOR SALE:-Beautifully situated
lot in Golf Heights, 40 x 50
meters. Cill 2-1661 during of-
f:ce I -
Drape. in SWIMMING AND DIVING
Traverse Curtains -- n
31as or Wood Jalou Some 170 determined swim- 1st., 6. Halvosa, 2nd, T. Days,
Call 2-3063 or 3-4904 .:ners made an assault on the 3rd, R. Chants.
Estimates Given Withoutl records of a year's standing, and 16. 40 Meter Back Stroke -
Obligationl! when the,day ended in the Elks Girls 14, 30.4.
atriibated by swim meet. 12 were broken. 1st. 0. Argo, 2nd, S. Lincoln,
Susan .Shirk set a new record 3rd, J. Malone.
SofM 0117.0 flit In the 20 Meter Free 17. 40 Meter Back Stroke -
Productos de Madeira,S Styletfortorls 7 and under. M- Boys 12, 36.
I'nt Avei (beween Kodak rifrances Tucker set a ,new CT- 1st, D. Earned 2nd, LM. Tuck-
A. s-&FifthAe.e'.Sto). e er 3rd, 0. H" es..-
W MW i,-0" 8. Shirk came back and set a new Boys 8, 17.0. .
'. record of 17.0 flat in the 30 Me- 1st, R. Ebdon, 2nd, H. Shirk,
;*,b ' ,j J ter Free Style record for OGirls 10 lrd, R. Duncan.
m with a 13.4. 20. 20 Meter Back Stroke -
In the 40 Meter Back Stroke Girls 8, 27.1.
'!trana. 7 taaimlaa tfor 14 years olds, Bill Halvosa lst, C. Zemer, 2nd, M. Hensen,
tIIIr L lU UIVJev with a 2A.9 posted a new record 3rd, C. Anderson.
Sfor boys while Grace Argo with 21. 20 Meter Back Stroke--Boy,
Sf 30,4 duplicated for the OGrls. 10, 17.8.
Oes m n lUln la 'This was repeated in the 40 Met- lt, T. Anderson, 2nd, R. Bur-
ir Back Stroke for 12 year olds, da, 3rd, J. Chappelle.
William H. Needha whose Oeorge slaughter's 36.0 and Dan- 22. 20 Meter Back Stroke-
Canal service began in 1906 and 1le Harned's 33.5 establishing Girls 10, 19.
who was seir locknaster at new records. lst, M. McCarthy. 2nd, P. Da-
ho wasific senr locksatthetime Richard Ebdon broke the 20 ly, 3rd, M. Mahoney.
otf P.acfr**i L t l n 13a3 died Meter Back Stroke record for 23. 40 Meter Breast stroke -
;fJre ayt Monrovia, Cai s 8 with a 17.9, to wind p Boys 14, 3.5.
uewas a 8t years in d rlihad the assault on individual rec-1sat. B. Havosa, 2nd, S. Schra-
a was at years old an ords. der, jrd, A. Nahmad.
bien in 111 health for some ord d d A.Nahmad.
Snh. o Three new Relay marks were 24, 40 Meter Breast Stroke -
Mr Needham wa, born in set. In the. 16Q Meter Free Style GIrls 14, 30.2.
Mr. Needham Was born in let, S1yL Tin re s ncoln. 2nd, C. Holger-
-'. .ud "_and was a naturalized Relay for Boys 14, Bill ialvosa. lst, 8. Lincoln, 2nd, c, Holger-
g nu of the United S at. is- Al Nahmeli, Steve Sdhroeder and son, 3rd1 8. Taylor.
_e was first employed lteRolaladdo Chanti we na close race 25. 40 Meter Breast Ftroke -
Shir n Canal Coemission inw ith 1.37.1. The 14 year old Oirls Boys 12, 39.
.' thman 1anal Commachin is also smtahed last year's record, la5t, R. Umberger. 2nd, T. Eb-
t" Can906 al oras a mac ion the team of Grace Argo, Sue Tay- don, 3rd, M. Mutholland.
ore Canal organizat lor. Diane Hickey and Sue Lin- 28. 40 Meter Breast Stroke
as formed in 1914, he was Poln hitting 1:51.3. The last rec- Girls 12, 43.8.
an erector with the Erectiord of the day fell in the 1601st, K. Mulhofland, 2nd, 3
W uon but he transferred to
t."Locks Din vision a o Meter Free Style Relay for the Herring, 3rd, relps.
SLocks Division 12 year old Girls when Carolyn 27- 30 Meter Breast Stroke
- mon ths later. .f Holmes, Sarah Spector, Charlene Boys 8, 22.4.
With the Mexception of
. .Seak inhis service, when he Mo rency d Ju Felps came in 1at, Rt. Mlkulih, 2nd. J. Mul-
we* t pn active duty with the 0r at
l rvy during World War I, his g lt qi2r 4 Breas Stroke,
aequ nt service with the 1b 80 Meter Free Style Boys a t,. Lityin, 2nd, Z. Trimber.
S 5 Division, was- continuous. 14 53.4. ge 3rd, c. itAnderson. e
Needham is survived by t H. co 2nd anis 20 Meter Breast Stroke -
bhb wife, Edith. They were r 3rd Fundakowk Boys 10,. 19.
Ad ts of Pedro Miguelhfol 2 UetarFee Style Girls. it, W2. AIrey, 2d, T. 1augh-
2wa years; Mrs. Needha 14, g.6. Wte er, 3rd, 8. Odenz.
Is the Pltw idecom unsi teact1 Argo,.2nd a..Spector, 30. 20 Mter Breast Stroke
r i3rd, D. ckey.jGirls 10, 21.5.
S 20 Meter Free Style Girls last, N. Morancey, 2nd, 0. Fi-
.......90 1.4. 1 M.gueroa, 3rd, p. Dalyl.
S* t J. Walker, 2nd, N. Moran- 31. Meter ree Style Rlay
cev 3rd, M. Mahoney. -Boy 14, 1.37.1.
FOR ALE: Metr Free Style Boys aHalvoa Nahmad, Schrne-
O M E 7, 16.1. er, Chanis: 2nd, Spector, Trow-
li.st. A. Jacobson, 2nd, R. Akers, er, Tate, Snodgrass: 3rd, Payne,
Oarrard, 3 Speed R cord- 3rd, J. Thompson. Pearson. Barnes, Menninger.
ene we are soon to 7 0 Meter Pree Style Girls 32- 80 Meter Free yle Relay-
k '!,1 re s all atlty 15 7, 17. 0111a 8, 1:47.6.
t s Sm complete. l8t, S. Shirk, 2nd, B. Lewter, 1'tl, Lltvn, Mahoney, Mitchell,
pa yo ew twlth 3rd, C. Jenner. Shirk; 2nd, Anderson, Henson,
mw al4 n ayu eN I 7. 80 Meter Free Style Boys Trimberger, Thompson.
12,.1:04.5. 33. 80 Meter Free Style Relay-
tM 'h&ra A rJ, it. M. Mulholland, Gnd, Boys 8, 1:40.2.
Me CA WA ON daughter, 3Sr, W. Eagelke st, MIkulich. Gangle, Ebdon,
SCe 2tral Pansa. 8. 80 Meter W ree Style Girls Gangle; 2nd, Jacobson. Akers.
12, 1:05.2. Thompson, Wilson; 3rd. Van
--- _" "__"lot"M 1st, M. Tucker, 2nd, D. Earned. Loon, Catron, Duncan. Watkins.
3rd, 0. Hlmes. 34) 160 Meter Free Style Relay
S. 9. 0 Meter Free SUye Boys -Girls 14, 1:51-3.
; 20.5. 1at, Arxo, Lincoln, Hiekey, Tay-
lato J- k ok 1 nn 2 2nd, P. Rage. dRasc-
eat,'r .7.~t "~wnd, nd, P. Rasc.Jlor; .o2nd, Malone, H elerson,
-o.MRWlo Bartctt, SIector: 3rd, Rastetter,
S' 2- 20 M*ter F Stle Oirls McCarthy, MeOlnn, Martin.
SX- 35. 380 Meter Free 8tyle Relay
S1st, C. zeier, nad. C. Ander- -Girla 10, 1:02,5.
.3L2 3SL -Girpsf lat,,H Hewli Gtt o G. braves,
SDale 2 01erls mDa m, McCarthy,
n- tr2.End L -. bdon, 36 r teo Sftyle Refy-
.'.a.302. 3 ketar Fre* Style Girls 1stA, Atty 4tAera, Reynolds,
hBurda.u h t R 1 ampbell,
riseH^ *&. !#?37.12W
1 -.TA 4Wauhter. ind, W. Ai- i A don,
't, d. I. Vanluos.
BOX 2031 ANCON, C.Z.
"LA POSTAL" Is offering. not
only 12 records for $1, but she
a gift for every $2 purchase in
its new Lo Postal Auction De-
* apartment. which features arti-
cles for the home and school at
incredible prices. Pay us a visit.
Central Ave.. No. 13-142. Tel.
FOR SALE:-Dining room sot, 6
chain, good condition. Small
refrigerator. $55.00. Sideboard,
$10.00. 4th Street No. 49 La-
favre Park. on the left.
SFOR SALE:-BARGAINS: Dou-
ble bed Hollywood with new mat-
tress 57.50. Bureaus 18.00.
China closet# 29.00. Wardrobes
35.00. Dining table and 4 chain
75.00. Modern living room sts
149 00. Desk 39.00. Springs
16.50. Also we have now brand
new bedroom, living and dining
room sets. Beautiful box ispagb
on legs with innerspring mt-
tresses. Small down payment.
Easy terms.-HOUSEHOLD EX.
CHANGE. National Ave. No. /
41. Tel. 3-4911.
FOR SALE: Singer feather-
weight portable sawing machine
with Button hole ex-attach. Ex-
cellent condition, $95.00. Call
25.3126, Apt. 4A. Rousseau.
Wanted to Buy
WANTED TO BUY: Bird and
parrot cages, must not be bam-
boo. Phone 3-0410 No. 40, 44th,
Uruguay Not Likely
To Be Swayed By
MONTEVIDEO, Uruguay, May
12, (UP)-Informed sources here
sa8 U iruguy i unlikely to ac-
cpt th.e ArPetne government's
implied demawfor some kind of
a g -on.Argenne retugees liv-
ing & tI country,
An Argentine; note published
recently said Uruguay Wil have
to dO something about the re-
fugese'. "campaign of defama-
tion and-calumny" against Pres-
Idebt Juan D. Per6n government
if it wants. Proved relations
No official comment wa aL
valuable immediately, but Jegal
experts predicted ruguay will
abide by 'its .r r &0il
liberties for :ore7mn resident qa
well as native truguayan. -
S... a .......
AfINT IOt 4M L. Just built
m*od fmirh m-t&- 1,
2 bedrno. t, wew.
Phone Penaw. I-494l.
FOR RINT,-fmU bM *i d iin-
furanihed 2 4.rmm modem
apeitmenis. Ctet ALHAM-
BRA APART'MfC, IOth St.,
Phone 1316 Cn
FOR RINT--'2 biom apart-
mont u fuelsied. 9--9th St.
Saon Prenclm Cll Coueer 6-
FOR RENT: Moderm part-
mont. 2 bedrnm. m ad's room,
2 baths., ifing-dlnlng room.
porch, ograge, It water, $110..
ot 'El Canlreje,' "6" St. No.
2, house "Cmoc." Sob Do
Castro, Avenue I. 9-43. Phone
FOR RENT:-TwoMbeem o-
partment, mao's mm, uga eo.
Just built. AlMert Nevery St.
No. 22. El Cengroje.
FOR RINT-JaseUll, optmont
nicely furnished for mcplo or
lady. 46th S. No. 45 fit oor
right. Phone -3)1t4.
FOR RENT:-VYiasIl quarters.
5-21 to 8-10. AtMli 2-2462.
FOR RENT~ -O' bedroom fur-
nished, modern aparitwn ond
gareae at 168 Via kllusar Pe-
FOR RENT: One bedroom unfur-
nshed apartment with Jrge
dining room. nxtr large creen-
ed in pecs, betbtem. kitchen,
cedar dry cloet, aundry etc.
Situated at, J I. alo Street.
Phone Ponamp 2-0027 er 3-
FOR RENT:- ;sl.tebd *part-
mt *an lutUMl. V ie Efeo,
house before Juan PFrae.
FOR RENT,-Merm opert-
went, 2 drom, mid's room
with bathroom, gar., hot wa-
tr. Vie ArgentNe N.. 55, El
Cangrl@o. Tleknbn. j-3164.
FOR RENT. e'A r ur "..
oom perlmt. 'Fdsrie Iayd
1, Tel. 3-1510. 1
Station To Reopen
TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras, May
12 (UP) -- The radio station Voz
Del Pueblo, closed three weeks
ago for broadcasting criticism of
government officials, was per-
mitted to reopen here under the
same management as before.
SThe official charge against
the station was "violation of the
Communications code," but au-
thorises made it clear complaint
was that Voz Del Pueblo had
broadcast "political comments
which violated established
At the same time, acting Pres-
ident Jullo oInano announced a
crackdown on merchants who
try to capitalize on Honduras'
new Imnport duties.
Laianp issued a decree impos-
g ine up to $2,500 on mer-
chants caught hearing goods
g ped before the duties ok
, In hopes of raising prices.
cd offenders will be sub-
JectWo double penalties.
l reign merchants who try to
tak qpdvantage of the new
d m"y be forced out of bual.
Sand deported from the
Scuty, even if they are nat-
Suru d Hondurans, Lozano said.
f t nued from Page 1)
S the presentation cere-
,Oen. Laidlaw read a let-
or G"en. McGarr. which
That the ROTC U idt
boa and CrIstobel
were awarded the
of "Honor ROTC
ior 1955. This designa-
the highest honor that
am 14rViven to a junior unt of
and was determined
e'the annual formal In-
which was conductor
_i_ i year.
Is To London
*mar n rIc a
FR, a idi Iet Mfur-
nished iMuaele,- -haree *d-
enos, S. bbth. ,eanwashe quer-
ters. f r washing machine,
*"l cmsomleMce. Poname 3-
FOR BI .Vtadiewlen quer-
$me iDMO. 3 beoms. June
4 jthoswgk Aggoet. 2-3151.
FOR N "- C. vacation
uaorte. an-e. 11-14 ANoen. TeL
2-1700 oftt 7 p.m.
FR ftlr--KUmod chalet
For JUeM' Jeb,-- Abest. House
103 Pekiltn Ah*pvf Road IVie
Bramfill. eon of 12th St.
FOR 33ff: Seowd floor of
rsidne. i6 General Joe San
Marita aoner Nu 6-Four bed-
room,.livJg 1me, dining room.
kitchen, n. g porch. Inquire
FOMIrSCMAn lM retm-
WILLIAMS' I Alenra leech
Ctag- ,oRU, UIg 1,...
tioe, 2-qdro oe. lhe" a *se-
On~tiS-e ye leech
moderate rae*. PhM^Oamboa
BldwId's apastqMsst Wa aNt at
Santa CaM. Phone Belba 3 81
PHILLIPS Oceaslde Coa "s,
SaI" Clara. Bex 435. pefte.
Pnme Paname 3-1l77itCdut-
bal 3,1673. .
p- - .s; A - I I V* '***y ^ .
atre-kept -ative at Albroo'k *Ar ei
tr 3 5 eiln Ameras work ide by aide with U.S. Altman a A
ties. Th.b a Aene Io datly to train students so that the wll be
petent in all plas pz For *-epperatlon upon returning to their own coun
operation takes place In'the, 0p unl action Section of the 197th AACGSSqua n.
Americans are working at BIta Ines where they are trained to.dead and & r
.saes. .The stfents working along ete.. fAlnep are left to right: Student OWlt
Hernandez, Colombia; AMG Johh W. Black. fr Maryland, A/2CSrest Se
Jose, California and Sub,Qftlcer BSverto Peta of Vqnmuela. A worng dspltfay be
AACS Squadron will be tn tevldence on Armed Forces Day. The static displayfll have
ed personnel on band to explain the system. This year's demonstration is the sixth reo
the military dis ky which again this year carries the theme of "power For Peace."
(Official Armed orces Day Committee Photo).
Ike Favors Separate Bills
On Hawaii, Alaska Statehood
WASHINGTON, May 12 (UP)-
President Eisenhower said yester.
day he always has favored separ-
ate consideration of statehood lor
Hawaii and Alaska instead of the
package bill defeated by. the HousM
"If you put them together," he
toU his neas conference, "you
instantly accumulate for your bill
the opposition that applies to either
one and to both.
"I would like to see the bills
seated, wd always have stood
for thai." he declared, "and I
Wt'ptiD like to see it." '
%e. chances of the President
btg is wish at this sessinl of
as appeared slim. The com-
b e measure was rejected 218-
L .T Ihe House.
an Henry M. JAksen
of a Senate lnteor 1ub.
c which held hearmlis'on
a bill said the m.4esvpte
uon6 statehood for-- aer'f thke
twq -tarritories this year.
TW-.' House vote aent he .com-
bhine bill back to the Interior Com-
The administration gone ar- 1 y
has favored immediate slaW eod
frr normally-Republican Hawaii.
But it has been cool to the idea
of admitting usually-Demzocratic A
leska into the Union, '
The President express plea-
sure that the 57-day &
Nashville railroad str ke .bd co 0
to an end. Be said it si ery
seat. boon to the outh" ad d1
will be just as happ.win-th
outhen Bell te strike is
Asked about a- sttemeet by Sen.
that he does not want to seek re
election in 1956, he said with a
grin "1I haven't the slightest idea
where she got that impression."
The President drew some laugh-
ter when he said "Congress is
capable of doing an awful lot,
sometimes in a week and then
semes to have a period of inaction
almost for a month. It is rather
erratic m its output."
. But he sa'd that "as far as I
am concerned, things are coming
along pretty well" on : is legisla-
I ve program He declined, how-
ever, to predict- what the finia
boxscorp will be.
With Young Minr '
LONDON, May. 12 -(UP)-Prin-
ces Margaret went to folk dance
tetival last lgt I and aske Jac-
i'e Toadriff, 21-year-old orkhir ,
miner, to dance.with her.
They danced for 15 minWes. Af-
terwards Toadriff, whose tWe Brit.
'sh clogdanc, champion, asied,
Oh we, back to the p uit on on-
The .princess, wearing n eve-
inag gown of pink and. mauve ta
fetae, was guest of ho at' the
annia tival of the Enfh Folk
Bong .dDance Souety.
Her ecedrt for most t theevye-
ning was Peter tened-a son of
tie director of the ,p ety.
Drs. A. and K. ORMLLAC
S Perii Avenus -- TeL 3-IN
I l block from Lu Thbestra)
TfANSPORTES BAXTER.. S A.
Wken .Shiprs. Movers
Phones 2-245 2-2562
Learn Riding o
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
ia Jumping clams deliv
t 5 p.m. Phone 342?7
i r by appointment.
j Is O --n4 I.
T V ..., ... .. .. 4 ' .. ,
t . -. r', . *. .*. *'" ...&
sif.B t VIM
,*5- n pctape! of our sine '
*AST IS BORN"
Ah AlANDu ..o= MASON
LADb Audrey DALTON
CILIA TheatreiL '
Peggy Ctle Armando Silvestre
lehUard tOAN Dawn ADAMS
OTHER SPACE" ,;
oTAZA FPO' OF
*T l3Ri9gN sIanitardim whe one Lhe pey- Sht Takes: M M and C S-TV
5a chiatrists -d eekdes drpies are talking about a big homer
need "banging. Onemment scren movie.deal. .. .Jean Bagn
HB w ) 142 b- beard after a sneakrei is No. 1 in the race for the re
cerlnr gHoRwodj: e' a "Why Mit MMGM sty the of lank Williams wife Ia the
-shapely SrMRm named Lllanm whole tilng ak put la ViasB raphy of the late western singer.
Montev why Lelie Caron may binda?" -_- ._____
,s pl ^ ,,' av," -. .... .,
~uottlte tiam"r e *
.eaeraS ee So al and Jlherwe ide
than Lepe to, wid up *is adame
Kate Ho-u-n' e ""pop---e.,J
ping Iii toashw -. --o-
,If I had my 6y, I i wearts Nat*a W and teit & Fowler, telephone
nothinge b la w ,itesh.eet. T would 5 eS Vae+.atlL, Iaumber t-Mr, who houldbe con
n-ne ue a Ws e W i te Rl#eat .. .li Mm Nathan Witkin of lalboa, Iceted for reservations prior to
yi .th only cortai way ofTow. with ael. sraw y.a.ud ,'r130 houn, May 17.
I that one'a friends 'are a riglleft by pl ne,. Tuy a ,o te U-
Debbl e nited tatesn uyewill.blpend
ci an-eeaer a sm ma8rn w0i At This College
Whetler l'S a boy or girl in Mrs. Within's parmnts',.]r. a mn A-A -A L
a, Wr he n der- Mrs. lis Schuhaw of tw i All Are Boaso ay, e
y .r on Dragnet Wet ,T .la. ess Kpmn oLl. calif. (U -
0,, We t 11'4t -a -w abono al ~t adorof th.. e usae thead of
,1 tafly ia Lewisburu early~ wO'W Is o strong that even
t won't ,bet i 'l deyAF, l s tA. n Ah l's, itidepnthas gone to
fpOr E bble )oolfta elddio bus t-4 lear! how to build his
after at ur. er. he aes tL e ? pastd the Mari County
f. he. ,' o of thl aI r ride-Ofan tancisao Bay, the mol
fox lbo V W .. .o e ....otf, ttsAo
Tepder1T p'8 i r agg onS"ti. m eg sponsors a chapter of Sea
PI, -*A ei o a t at .... honoring -I Suts. .weo- e skipper. is head of
t.ea ai o" " ia"BeB Ii Sidet teatchol s art department. Ed-
8 h-nmaleld a ma, Bo. LeaerY
Swatches to A.Cadogan. v
-06 arrival 4uS 'eule fro JBeen beilt. .tudivet
Vicy _to let1ing lesman,
o ,of h raoc kay dur
fro* rS s1 4 'wer buit by men
-ad eI. cruiReW
a -' o-auiun strt ut 1 tu1ne'"
' to be only geld.
uical versions of twi stagr
htus, "Ou Town"' a "High Tor.
are the test hush-hush plans.
xt CBS for Big Crosby's debut as
the sta of- his first one-hour tele
films. JAmmy Van-Housen and Al-
len Lerner are writing the three
songs he'll warble In "Our Town.'
..aurneo O'Bara took h par-
ents to Mexioee City for a v cUon.
Ter ir' --t her wealthy _-Mecan
4(orer'? ,.. Michael Wilding says
l-is goodbye to MGM in June.
Hc warts to go the drawing room
cc-- routu with no heavy his.
Bette Davis is willing to play th
American. women who epoitsa
- deaf, dumb and blind Irish girl in
*" he Story of Esther Costello" if
the screenplay sticks to the book.
No Whitewashed characters'for
Rex Harrison nized MGM's bid
to rush to Hollywood from Lon-
don to play the kIng in "Kismet. *
. Ann Miler is campaigning for
AIGM to reactivate the "Maisie"
series with herself as the gum-
chewing; heart-of-gold gal. It's a
Bob Hope now calls Godfrey)'
'Arthtr Gvdfrey and his Sur
Holly-vood Uncensored: Nancy
Kelly's family isn't so sure that
wedding beis will rig for her
and Warren Caro, Theater Guild
nxezutive. Her brother, Jack Kal-
.y, told me on MOM's "Forbidde.
Planet" set: '!I wouldn't bank on
It or against t." -,
MG S "Te Cobweb" is all
about what happens ti a mental
- m -i J~
"CANAL ZONOS ARE LUCKY"
WRITES PASSENGER OF APA
The Disectors of AerefaM Panama Airwal International
scheduled airline of Panalil, which o ona early this
month using modem lSupet bC- planes o f l tto Miami
adJC neatpn, have received the-following letter from Its first
clWedu whe compliments APA oi its service:
As purchaser of first ticket on your inaugural flight to
Mic-'i allow me tO doppliment you on the service.
"n addition to the fine attention given all passengers the
Ir served from l1 Panama Hotel is outstanding.
"'nal Zoners are lucky to get this break In reduced costs
hope they respond to your propagahda for pai engers.
El Oringo legItWOn con corazon 40e."
(SidoL I t;r J. Smith
aI- II a I0aIi lE4
r4 I --"
ATO'I AOE TYPIWRITER--Unuaul oftsprlng of the atomic
age iW ti typewrltw with, two keyboad. The extra one gives
the'mahine 180 character and was added for typing Involved
mtbeu matcal fmoulu. It's in use at the atomic eergy research
_ octer at Harwell ]ngland.
4t. *...'' .:.'. ..
". Q' .,+ ': ...
' ". i, ., rs o.
.* '"* .- .^; -; ,'
~' V :: ',;
.H .' .. ++ / -,+i,
; *i+ ,.,4 +,
the redat turns every other red pale wit shame!
&r""" dt' Li mt .e
*~~~ ^ri* I*"
for ipsp and matching angertips
-a -bright-botu prbiwhbot se..
like t &h of dmaium" t.s with fire I
-I 4~ *I
Here's the one pure, sure-fire red
that puts haunting, flaming,
long-lasting beauty on your lips!
And the only red in all the world to
match it is the crackldng; bright.
hot enamel on your fingertips-o
9 excitingly different whenjfosted
Revlon's 'Lmolite' Apjtdek,
make upe stoft, younger- looking,
both nonmear andregulartype
Revlos's 'Wear Loger.'
Nail da thme rd -
E4Ied mN IEa.e..
*-,'.'- ..,:".~-* t *^ .f^ ^
. ?* *
. I ..
_f ... ,
T ..EE a .- A* ...-.- ... -
':" r "' "' ; "' t '" '
TH+ roTMAn AMBMCM *+. *AnMmiNU-+ljmi^'] _./.'] *, ... ,
GUsm 2b ....... 4
Reaoe as ......... a
Snider cf ........ 3
CampanelUa- c ....
Amoro If,rf ..... 4
h-HoeU ll....... 1
dan lb ...... 4
Puuillo af, If ..... 4
M!ser p ......... 0
4-Keot ....... 0
Maep ......... 0
c-Newceabe ..... 1
ISa .......... 1
oe ... p ...... o0
lurocher Admits He Was AWrYear Iout
..._^_____^ _____ .^ r *-. *.-.',. *^_ ., :- : '< -'* . ..- ^ j ,- -' .+ . . .
. .. .., i -. . .
.--.- .m. ... .. _._. : I,'" -
54 Disappointment Now
% Giants' Top Pitcher
S NEW YORK, May 12 (UP)-Leo Durocher was
happy today to admit he was all wrong because Jim
SBarn is making things all right for the Ngw York
a "I handled him wrong last season," the Giants'
Salnager said. "I lost confidence in him but I prom-
ised I wouldn't do it again this year."
l trn, who won only eight teammate Russ Meyer since Jul
games in 1954 paid another divi- 16, 1950.
d. on Durocher's new policy Rip Repulpkl's double score
- last night wfien he pitched the Stan Muslal and climaxed
Giants to a 6-3 decision over the three-run eighth Inning rail
Ciflinnati Redlegs. in a few that gave the St. Louis Cardina]
Ahort weeks he has made the full a 6-5 win and stretched th
tMnr-from the No. 1 disappoint- Philadelphia Phillies' 1 on I
It was the third straight victo- 14 straight setbacks suffered .b
Sfor the steadily-improving the 1936 team. Joe Adcock hi
QGots and especially heartening two doubles and a single and E
because the Chicago Cubs snap- Mathews hit a three-run home
* t the runaway Brooklyn Dodg- as the Milwaukee Braves bea
ea' 11-game winning streak with the Pittsburgh PIrates, 8-3, 8 I
S1-8 win a few hours before the other National League game
e wo nrld champnnions took the
in Cincinnati. The Giants In the American League, the
were 8' games behind Cleveland Indians made It two
klyn but they served notice straight over the New York
ae Dodgers that even an oc- Yankees, 4-3, and took a three
nal slip will be penalized, game hold on first place. Ned
Garver's three-hitter sparked
earn yielded eight bits and the Detroit Tigers to a 7-0 win
r two earned runs in gain- over the Washington Senators;
'his fifth victory of the the Kansas City Athletics
L Jtim, who didn't win No. downed the Baltimore Orioles,
Itll June 25, 1954, has beat- 2-0, and the Boston Red Sox
ftve different teams and beat the Chicago White Sox,
Vs an impressive 2.88 earn- 4-3.
un average. His 1954 figure Early Wynn bested Bob Turley
hat department was 4.15. in a pitching duel as the Indians
Mte Irvin hit a two-run swept to their sixth straight vie
r and Whitey Lockinan tory and llth In 12 games. Wynn
ed a three-run round-trip- yielded five hits to Turley's three
o spark the Glants' nipe- but the Yankee hurler walked
ttaek which handed south- eight men and three of them
o06 Nuxhall his second loss. scored. Al Smith delivered a key
plants now have won 12 of two-run single for the Indians
ast 18 games as they move while Andy Carey and Mickey
r into position to make a Mantle homered for the Yan.
erted drive after the Dodg- kees.
Al Kaline's seventh homer nd
three hits by J. W. Porter and
m Dodgers' streak--longest Harry Malmberg provided all the
a season-ended when Ernie support Garver needed en route
a hit a grand slam homer to his third win. Bobby Shantz
Dee Fondy homered with relieving Alex Kellner, yielded
ph for the Cubs. The Dodg- only two hits in six innings tc
iught to catch up with a 14- win his second for the Athletici
itack including triples by and Billy Klaus' two-run horner
.tndrnd]Roy Campanel- was the difference for the Red
ITJjiDasRAclosdt&rong In Box, who celebrated the an-
kh. 1fe ecro o for his nouncement of Ted Williams' re-
omA. k tBe t d theu turn byO sapp"in ,lvO-wame
a, former losing skelin.
1- 7 /
EP.Slaing tI a. raj eua pa Red from the I
green o-me s-nd hoduinM CloalNationaltnitin I
SHOWFINGC T YOUR SERVICE CENTER
SALBOA 6t5 8:35 D ADLO m& i: 3: M
A-CONDITIONeD Usafl TAYLOR
i, "Last Time I Saw Paris"
I "rown 3 Desk Streets'-
M-ABAIA CIA:U- :5
Ot ShMud Ere T Yon"
V ea is
W gE O PE ASEBALL- and eyes wide open, Pe, We Ree of the Deg ns 'ou t wait for the lU tt barI i naedr
pickig w.atom off second bsat Ebbe ,ied. Vardnals' 1 ,o4 Na-ional League g .f.- ewhopd _g.
Blue Grass Hardboots Have Nothing To
Say About Swaps-He's All California
(By United P.as)
Horse'pruud KentuW.-cans for ma
ny years have looked down thehi
nases at California breeding an;
California racing. The Blue Gras
hardboots have sneered that West
Coast horse are mostly sprinters
lacking the stamina for the bil
stakes races, and that the many
records set and broken out then
are due more to the lightning-fail
tace courses than to the quality
Lf the horses.
They pointed out that until las
Sear, y one horse- "Morvich,"
:n 1922 -ever "came over t h a
mountains," to win the Kentucky
n Derby. Many others, like "Your
' Host," in 1950, or "Correspond.
e ent," in 1953, came from. CaLiffr.
1d in a blaze of publicity only to
a fail miserably at Churchill Downs,
y Last year a little gray colt nam-
~e d "Determine," upset that tradi
rton to some extent by winning the
*Derby. But Determine alth o g h
owned and raced in California
lwas bred in the Blue Grass of
Kentucky and was bought by An-
ocy Crevolin at the Keeneland
Now a handsome-chestnut charg-
I ei with the unlovely name of
S-Swaps," has left the canard a-
i against California racil shatter-
re0 myth in the homestretch
I of Churchill Downs, where he won
. the 8lst Kentucky Derby. Swap&
. rot only won t, but he won it like
sa champion.., by in the m in-
ficult Par ee
Swaps to ae ialiving.
bred and t dts St
r arlio0na to; an d he d .d his
It th e exception of o race, on
The story of Rex ElUsworth -
and the story of Swaps began
way back in 1933. EUsworth was
not a wealthy man who got into
racing om a bobby after making
his fortune elsewhere..... he was a
plain dirt rancher in Arizona try-
L.g to make a living.
In 1933, he and his brother, Heb-
er, rented a truck and headed for
Kentucky with a platry 850 dollars
in cash They were looking for
broodmares in foal, being offer.
ed for sale in horse auctions at
The Ellsworths spent 50 dollars
and got eight broodmares for the
noney- which gives some idea
of the quality of the mares They
that night, and got to Califrnia
in the rented truck six days lat-
er, after a series of accidents and
amsfortnes that Included a "car
Hec Lopez Replaces
arrest Jabs On
Kansas City R*oste
KANSAS CITY, Mo., Me 12 -
(UP) The K pnsa Y Athle-
tics recalled scod anman Hec-
tor Lopez today from Columbus
of the Internationl Leagute.
The recall did net affect the
A's r1ter total, sines Ferest
(Spoek) Jacobs wae exebsai ed
for the 22-year-old Psaman-
an. iJeebs alternated at see-
end base for the A's with vet-
eran Pete Suder.
Lopez, who went through
spring training with the A's, will
report to the club in Boston to-
morrow. He played tIn 132 games
at shortstop and third bae for
Ottawa in the International
Leas i season and batted
The A-5 switched hiw to me-
ond ban at the W t Palm
Be ach sring tap.
acobs l hitse in trips
For Race Bettors
Fixed In Humr
/asedoa Daar areea
ed Khaled to- a manre named "I-
ion Reward," a and-daughter of
Kentucky Derly' winer "War Ad
miral" The result was a chest-
rut colt with ue great European
racers as yp"eron and "Gains-
borough,'" Ob hisb are's side; and
6, ,r his dam's side, a oat-grand-
son of the immortal an OWar. '
Back in his bloodlines also are
such famous names as Sir Gal-
I lahad ThiN. sire of Derby win.
ners "Gallan'i Fox" and "Gallaha.-
t on." ,e ialao hims close kin.
Sship .toe, obltow, "Jet Pilot,
Iand "lyde Vat Du e,' all Derby
So third -C tiwas- ..a champion
Sbred and'-borz. markedd for desti-
ny' from the umomentie first cismb-
*ed onto wobbly logs at his moth-
There was the. pro 114 of nam
''uI theyoungster. Elliworth and
Friend looked a the uttle fel
IIkw and began sugestin names
.I ......but none seemed quit right.
Finally, somebody said, "We've
/ ...... ,been swappln 'ames all around,
,(MIATelephoto) 's just gall him 'Swaps.' The
S WAI wuig uRnr -- ioa*, Shoemaker guide Swaps over sugge 'an was adopted, perkps
the finih line .to win thi 1Sst running 9f the Kentucky ft e rb w u optunately. There'a a, raqing
at Churchill Downs. Nahta, with Eddie Arar0 up, fblOws traditiou that great horses hvav
Iacoss the fistUh line. at names, and "S.waps," do-.
t.-quitelit a somehow, w-I t.h
broughbret breeader. from the Aoa iau. At almost and," or "Gallant ox."-
In 1.46, Ellsworth flew .o 5r- the same time, he Wought the 3& yut rose by any other sam
Ope, there %0ran saee, ranch at Outs2 o1. his:- 4ou smel as sto t.. and Uiw
cO:e cente n five conres,1 e ould be eligible o' 2.". e l~osea.smnawid, miht .
i gsfor _uplp Ruepan blood'at*ea for home-bred hord" whent-w ere0ra _a.-
lines to matchbls teA dily improv-vare a feature of the b a~or-lound the sweat In fl-a ukscto
!ng string of 'Wou lres. He fund nig tracks. "Swap,, In the e circe!
what he wanted 1i64stallion nam. Four years ago3e worth mat-st C cllDowns. _
Big Crowd Sees Davey Moore
Go Through Impressive Drill
Littlers' Title At Stake
In Stadium Game Tonight
By WALTER C. WATSON
A timely home run by reliable
Roy Watson, brought a 6 to 3
victory, to the' paUifc Little
League over the 0d Forces,
in the first extra inning ame
of this series, yesterday at the
Pacific League's park on Gall-
After pitching brilliant, 3 hit
ball for Inlngs, Watson was
relieved bY Ctus ehwarvrock
In accordance Wh UtUtle league
regulations and tu_ his team-
mate got credit far he win, Roy
was just about the bhappaest boy
on the Isthmus whon hs sev-
enth Inning blow awe his team
the victory that ted the
Armed Forces from the series
and gave Paclfia-a tie with Pan-
Tonight at 1:3 it the Olym-
pic Stadium tmae two tJams
will meet f ar
Along The Fairways
Due toe nlmmt we May
8. the fe.s ta r h -_tlap
and the Isthmian champion-
In addition to Roy's big blow,
his younger brother Johnny,
collted 3 for 4, to give him the
ead In the hitting department
of the series with a .600 mark.
Curtis Schwarsrock was superb
In relief of Roy, allowing no hits
and no runs in the one Inning he
Cabrera started for the lose
and pitched a good game. He wi
liftedin the sevetnh for Barl
who lot the game. Barley we
exceptionally wild and allowed
two m n to get on base by wall
before Roy connected for h
.ThA presIdents of the Balba
a2d_ rania Ltons Clubs will 1
on lhad tonight to deliver pri'
es'to the winning teams.
The box score:
AB R H Po A I
orf ...... 4 0 1 2 0
ass .....4 1 1 3 41
S........ 1 0 0 5 0 0
PC ...... 1 0 0 0 0
o p P 2 0 0 1 0 c
itr p ... 2 0 0 0 1
"t ... 1.. 0 0 0 0 a
l-lb ...... 3 0 0 5 0 0
t hr3b .2 1 0 1 0 1
, ....2 1 0 2 0o 1
f .. 2 0 0 0 1.0
1 ..... 10 1 0 0
24 3 3 19 7 4
p.l ,Us.. 4 0 3 2 1 0
;M ....3 2 1 0 0
b 3 0 10 1 0 I
... 0 1 110 0 1
I .0.. 1 0 0 0 0 1
i ..... 0 0 0 .*
I|I' .... 0 -1 O- 0
A large crowd, which included
Panama featherweight cham-
pion Pedro Tests as a particularly
interested spectator, was out at
the Arena Colon yesterday to see
Ohio battler Davey Moore work
out several rounds with Joltin'
Joe Brown and 135-pounder Al
Moore looked real sharp as he'
moved around with the Jolter
and displayed some fast foot-
work that was not in evidence
in his losing effort against Isi-
dro Martinez nearly two weeks
Davsy also thrilled onlookers
b knocking down Rodrigues
thre times with murderous
rights to the Jaw.
Tests is said to be In excellent
shape for his bout with Moore
at the Arena on Sunday and hisb
handlers, to make sure he does
not go stale, had Pedro rest upI
The Tas camp confined
a thledr atvitis to oberving
Ie MXofMoS weak points, batw
- have als work ot this ater-
neon t Ike Arena.
Many fans and "experts" who
.aVie ?bem following the train-
big caxw of bothnghterg, j"l
that Moore will be a denitel
Snproved boy for Sundyg'a 4s .
SI ey maintain that wt Jo16M '
hat thpfight W w
M. d o eour .
. a, ~t*x
NATIONAL EAGU A.E1i4 LEAGUE
Teams V L V", O1 Te1m w 'I- fret k
Brooklyn ....22 3 A.O Cleveland ... 7 .51T -
NoewTork ...13 11. .5423 Clcago ..l.5 ta ar
IW. se 1kee a -20IO work ,,. .I .1 2
CO OP ... .13 14 ..481 10 r l ... ..21
St. s .... j 12 .455 10% .1 .17
Itts.bu.g .. 11 14 .440lI -._ ..40-:14 .417 8
Cincinatl .. 9 I .360 13 Bosto ...... 10 17 o 0
Phi1ladelphia. 8 17 .320 14 Baltimore ...10 1 Y 1
*TODArp GAO ES TODAY=ja L7s
Philadelphia at Cincinnat (N) Cleveland 4t Wa
Brooklyn at Milwaukee (N) ChicagM at Malt mof ()
Pittsbur at CIlcago Kansas at
New YoratSL.Lous (N) Only a ede
TNUTUDAS iSULTSu fT',.rs,'g .UT.
Brooklyn 3omWSW1001-8'14 1 Kansas CtyM 002000W-s 7 1
Chicago 50300 20S-10 9 0 Baltimore 000 O0000- 5 a
Brooklyn: Mer (2-1), Lablne Kanas Clity: Kellner. Shant
Black, Podres,. Low, ROebuck and (2-3) and Atro.
Chi.cag AnrlJeffomat, Da- Baltimore: Eretlow (0,), u.
vis (3-1) and ChitL.Uav aand Smith.
Pittsburgh 00a o0020OX".- 8 1 chha O16-001- 0
Milwaukee 013000 40x.--8 11 1 1os1 001 002 l0x 0
Pittsburgh: Kline (2-3), Wade,
PFace and Shepard, .
Milwaukee: Nichols (3-0) and
New York 000102030- 6 9 1
Cincinnati 000100011-3 8 0
New York: Hearm (6-1) and
Cincinnati: Nuxhall (3-2),
Podblelan, Freeman and Burgess.
Chicago: Tcks (3-3), on-
asegra and Lollar.
Boston: Sullivan 0-4), Kinder
PhlS. 020 000000-6 8 0 Clvelind
St. LouIs "021 000 08x- 14 0 New York
Philadelphia: Roberts Mro1 Hgan.
zinskl (0-2), Kipper and Lopita.
St. Lot: Jackson, Tiefenauer, Berra.
Moford (1-0), Schulty and Sarn. ----
001400402-7 11 1
000oo000.--O 3 0
Garver (3-4 and WU-
in: tone (1-4), Ra.
ad P itoderald.
100 300000-4 3 0
100 100010-3 5 0
Wyn. (3-0) and
(Based o s 7 offtRal t bats)
PIler and Club s ab r h Pet.
Mueller, N.Y. 22 95 1540.421
Repuiski6 St. L 22 99 12-36 .364
L Ms 25 .9521 34 .358
C'ea, Bklyn. 25 94 17 33 .351
Schoen't, S L. 22 87 14 -30 .345
Avi. -Ow e. t..o1 2 .327
Vfnon, WaUK. 25 '18 12 .327
Bauer, N. T. 34- 08 24 32 .327
SniMer, Dodiers ......... 9
.Furllo, Dodgers ......... 8
Zenal, Athletics ......... 8
Pot,Recd ................ 7
'Klusewatl, Reds ........ 7
Mantle, Yankees ......... 7
allne, Tlgers ............ 7
Lollar, White So ........ ". 7
RUNS BATTED IN
Snider, Dodgers ......; 31
Campanella, Dodgers ;... 26
Vernon, Senators ........ 26
Furillo, Dodgers ........ 24
Fondy, Cubs ............ 24
Smith, Indians .......... 26
Sn1der, Dodgers .........25
Bauer, Yankeeps ...... 24
Mantle, Yankees.. ...... 23
Aaron, Braves ......... 23
Kuenn,' TIger ......... 42
Mueller, Ggants ........ 40
Kaline, Tigers .......... 39
Repulaki, Cardinals ...... 36
Logan, Braves ........... 34
Aaron, Braves .......... 34
Moon, Cardinals ........ 34
(Based on 2 decisions)
Won Lost Pet
Erskine, Dodgers .. 5 0 1.000
Newcombe, Dodgers 4 0 LOO0
Nichols, Braves ... 3 0 1.000
Jeffcoat, Crubs .... 3 0 1.000
Wynn, Indians .... 3 0 1.000
0 0 1 0
1 3 0 3
2 2 3 0
1 2 8 0
13 7 0
0 1-1 1 I
1'1 0 0
0 0 0
0 a 0 0
0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0
B 14 f4 6
Mlkals cf, f ..... 4 2 3 2 0
Baker 2b ...... 4 1 1 4 4
8peake If ........ 3 0 0 1 0
d-Bauer .......... 1 0 0 0 0
Kig If --........... 0 0 0 2 1
Jackson 3b ....... 2 3 0 0 1
Tappe rf ......... 2 2 1 0 0
e-00Cooper ........ 1 0 1 0 0
f-Bolger cf ...... 0 0 0 0 0
Banks as ........ 3 2 1 2 4
Fondy lb ........ 4 1 2 11 0
Chiti c ......... .4 0 0 5 1
Andrep ......... 1 0 0 0 1
Jeffcoat p ....... 2 0 0 0 0
Davisp ......... 1 0 0 0 0
Totals 38 10 9 27 14
a-Orounded out for Meyer in
b-Walked for Labine in 4th.
. a-Grounded out for Black in
d-Struck out for Speake in 7th.
e-Singled for Tappe in 7th.
f-Ran for Cooper In sevetnh.
g-Singled.for Loes in eighth.
h-Doubled for Amoros in 9th.
lirooklyn ...... 200 300 210.-8
Chicago ......... 503 000 20ox-10
Errors Reese. RBIs Spi-
der, Campanella 2, Furillo, Reese
3, Tappe, Banks 4, Fondy 3, Rob-
inson, Cooper, (Jackson scored
on Ree's error In seventh.
Doubles Baker, Reese, Howell
Trpes Sw campanella,
&(lkds. 'UR-Banto, Frondy.
.. _. __'-I
~~___~__I _ 1~ ~__~ ~~ ____ .I. ii
. I -
teIR e -
>. 5_'.-. :g
.... '- ..... ,.. y . '.
.- : ''*. -+ .
tg efWMA AmrANr c iAl VWMPlN -agit. IrsA ,SA' NO WA
Lean Days For Calu
ThaI. giving Doa Cocke ll.me
soat ia .case agaluuAt ddyy
heavwe -ht Snvhampiol bleos ad .
into aytblP, especially a y h
Aravlvmg tne most e nclous mea tO elny hen
ticket p ever had, with his teyea im onesInsisted on paying cod elie. s for this .
A a o.aeAnywaLy, we oet i n u. the ck at a fa ab horses d l to e er
Spshable authority th t the o ld Isladinn. s r
pruse warner or Asace Loraie A a rule, a Luy down on his oast-where the payoff
as an agoreelent with the C ra g luck int expected to do -and tat knos them
na buate oAtinetae commission naY- v these things. taugher races."
oig to do with Marcianoh being Jones and lhi father. en, C nt s to u t up
WoneL thi ne h rain the Calumet Farm hores of the big iw w
'One thing he s and, from the way things have s wih MW
uT I NThe ig won t be stopped on a been going for this once- o eighty aemeteae aed Jes e
count of cuts.' stable you'd figure it was time point out that he a a Set
anlKr o esa have be n s n n ott up. ot y ots from
with bo ing boards before.o t his It ed t be thaea lwha liet o e
one, a tae commissioners have to didn't know or care a gng a-
0o ag instruct their doctor ot to bout horse racing could tellyo organ and rte e ,
l a iarvn& because of Marciano both Cut P'a W S rini te
blood letting unless it meets with about alumet Farm. Why, they f c s
aiugn be Eaut a that's th secause ofba tchaian o wu l say that'. the abl e tha I t on a young
Always win& the Kentucky Der-
tenl- eprv CLSE P...Frankge hlrt moved in for cii e footage of o 's celebrated by plais.-
LIKE THIS, 8ONs.oltai*d tue, aight of tha Kans City A papeaer wo can taker has ea t e champion's allsa a, Calit ,camp lanva nose ache as mch fme "u ko s
thleticstells George SaceJr about pite and the ned Soa, 0a per ent the best of it, e is a his fists when It wasseeves land vertically ittard Charles' he Rock defends But thIs season there wasn' a to think the was s t
whom the ne"Wa r ti ael.w. Wragy a s e rly c Young SUsoe ie priacspa reason why tal aaa. the titlegfinst Don Cockell enSan Francisco, Albert ic the t 4er quarterback. thr-yar-old of any note In luck, but have t
showed r well relief. for the eo that he was started, d caper has to pick Marcians to the mbarn.m a u ol e
- uous Cocell out of the box in the W ts mre, te m ame
.....,, .. _~i 'S Klerar stadium battle t a o a. string of 20 went thr a gh 14 rae.o
vm ere Petween ite nath and t 10Hta e*ts at New York trtaubefores when he had
Wrouno s. Ae os soethi came back a winner him?
What for a e l ow built like a fiI s he "ntn a dead heat. a
eplug, but you only have to look at t h t ae.,yoek d
JO E W ILL"AM S Kdu! b Kd artn Jad A-utoel n p ,youasked,
i the Itte st e tremendous dference in th e pow- We're ust like Notre m
o ael their poses. NEW YORk, May (UP) It had three straight bad cro
Mathews went 27 rounds with By JIMMY BREBLIM While pole ad its cures hold Old Connie Marrero and 23-year of freshmen," Jimmy Jones aid.
CAIFORN IABOUNDre. Putting one little word after an Cokel in three outings. Marcialn Ns A Staff (ras at down page one headlines Charley Ind Ra anbes combined to burl "But we won $5800 last year,
other and whatever became of earthlngs? Of course erybo okt out in te se cond Simpson, 10, is getting In shape at hree- lter Wednesday night and which put us fourth on the list
aboard this DC-7 knew all along Swaps couldn't miss. Wondr- round. tarza drop a highly etl u directors decided for another eason in the La Mar- t havana lugar Kings owned of money winning stables. It was
ful hasng, hinda gh even at an altit ude of 12,00 feet. Swar ebatabl 10 rtand decision to to get it on the round fro f queTt, Little league the Syracus Cefs, to move the first time we've been below
Deplby victory did two things (A) definitely and dramatic fallY Coca in don. sMarciano ha- the television survey buet s, Young Simpson was hit in the to waitin 5- %games of first place third, but for a slow year it wi
I hall th We isio surve W A pa t.v .bies Y was hit t Plrvi s5 trbtoa wyrI a
established California racing as big time In every respect; (i) La Starza ready for the cleaners in This does t mean the lase on right arm by -the disease when 22. the International League race. not bad.
taught: the rest a o lesson Egn rac-nrs vaus There waslao /o, ainisheG livinhg I
taught the East ta lemonn rae-nors values. There was no e t thias roax colt an an wet liv room wai has, onths old, bhst came b Marrere wsho ds listed as 40 but "mThs year, we've onlywon
realistic reason to believe Nashua and Bummer fTanwere su- the il w. the Rocivile Centre, Long Isla. a pitcher-firsc Jasman. Is believe S to be beyond 45, start bout $10000. ut we m issed an
period to the Coast colt, and the assumption that they were was Marc:ano's nose w a a severely le agu concerned about falling at Charley throws left -* handed, ed to Havant and Sgae way o other $10.00, 0 u n-
basthed on the loose and convenient notion the st state and vertical cut in some re tndance and the possibilities of keepinghisove tucked into Sanche in th e seventh when the Clemente bore out and was
abut he wasn't bred out there. That's what kea Swaps' triumph cd, th e oat a d stand up n a says Pro t ete M ver in t swi s it ver a. n fanned three. a nt
loo. (Yea on ttien Le a ha sbro ught r SPtTeM Cubansn rallied!fora fou runs finance cma a nasroya.s but -h._-
notable and probably sigcalea.t; he a. he In a pre dt i ight ittle League ha s br ong t m when ha has to throw. The te ubans rallied for fear ns thn ae not what they were
aof men. who r ein eleg ad breedingtheir be.teal. Unite r sevi9s1on e..roessort fphy.nIst.oie, Iad.rht e lowe ee m e sho e la d .sr' ea dcAS Wherlawa ere Pon .
the bairn her Detern l new esm there't the park o the With the Pacific coast blacked biology at Sprateld, M o.. .- W car Sierra's two-run single capped on eTsuch as Whirlaway, P e-
langoages when th rabe was a__ rrpoet_ h. It..srlac.ayne a n __ryrtse II __m., _nh_ ctu hr__W'etoe he dec, .. i 1 ,9sans r elel y. Fie Syra use w.ialdhe t T i Tear aeuMew ktless ,!
too. (You don't think California settle for an pNorth 0,easo or theater seat at lwan average es. The ontreal Royals and e r wire.
little old "Pimle tramsolerode y6affof.$8. 'at Tere ererterfledoWings splitoanpairof Take14.uC atumsetwon
AS FARAS THE EAST i concerned, the race seems to have promtely 1 ad. buses t o mnd irst when some stand ochester th second, able's earngs were $1,,710.
deldqid one thing. namely byt ua Is too much for Summer That wolg be great crowd-i e, Hale says, get them- 6-0 behind the four-hit pitching of sitation alo w more thanA a71
Tan. DAsurprise in the betting nustatlSwap went off soad *my anlcome.ni, win selves into the darndemeppston ,ad tuAoAia ybAA.14 Jack Faszholz. The Richmond Vir- mn on e d o lorlas Whir lw ay w a
Swn the ra strictly between thes g At Pa.d pnomt U.,u m e clock tte floor when they're opatching n pl written for A Service in s the milli l. Whi lu a
two Eastern color bearers. However, th nhar-boots are know-. ina the eas fight itlf does noted a deied die e ts and. the Toronrto Mapi tucky Derby winners takin it in- -
inq people whvenit aome sto hornfle and what they saw of ot figure to draw mor than $ aWa c a l aonte d Germa gue on the ace o it wased ged the Buffalo Bes,941. Calumet n t ap he c .
Swaps in a pre-Derby sprint, which ihe won by eight, they obv- .n at a- $1 teop. Th showic will benst Pdttsburgh dho entered itbe- 3illy DonsS tiuml i K dr ockwork--.
ousmly liked. IPerhap lp m" n t lagc thing about Nashua's falr .se1.ast vie rada,_io wh i b W ,o tIs e s V erat h e e B ewithPallv Dwin '4W, C ol -.
are was t hat William W o dw t& t p a lovely tiger huays seySsso Bil jitk l t the gb Ws. er oadpni, Paflv giln '4 ogl oi*-
to. Wnatextb Dirby. N .m atete w ale Y the a t way, as y A ar40 e t sury go s t ao g bpnte N t. '
Inquiring reporter ask0 the s sdentoman wh y he disregarded wall ia t a s' f the next the one Jf Jones says this startling
Last tie I wao In ane Ftenisco, whlah was just after, the ms idou that l Cocka the Carl Sts. who started it all nof Calu n
war. I bumped lnte Moe Berg nd Ted Lyons strolling through blac math, eat cope with Rocky in at Walliams rt, Pa, ha "We've en brd Blenu
S9% and the club was la to n or spring exhIbition game. This reet fighter. ihe pp t eater the LUttie league 2Yarn4 r g Natio lea se omel tim explaA A.. 'Th? y N '
was the first tins I had gseen e r sane the Japs struck Pearl framew But he ever Iought Written for NEA Service to eer like ham and e ."
Harbor, He had ulsappeared short y afteh the day that wi ll ive 1n Th.e F rwsthhe dir wowd come when he n "heut 'we've.reached the end of te
in infamy, and Pettagen suttlebutt had him engaged In esple- 3, have to take an overseas swing to QUESTION- What is the exact line, a far asinbreeding on this m e wm.
nage in foreign fields, which might well hpve been so since the supervise Lit.le Leagues in such difference between a atle c k adstrain -mo We've e got to come up
old catcher (Princeton knew him as a sherttp) speaks mo3 e places -as North Africa, Germany: '-------- swing and a full swing? Batters tlh otcros:1ses." .
languages than a lebteretting arro It is lWays a surprise sfc. Dick G an continued his o nd 'nce. J always seem to argue this with Calumet returedI t. New York ,e T .
to meet up unexpectedly with an old friend hundreds of ales blue ribbon performance Tuesday| .. .. umpires --Bob Swanson. P ter a long California stand-., t --bo.,
from home, but mm ehew eomls&upon Berg in Chinatown seem- iri his home Fort Amador course Wi t s e r v I installations t aAnswer: This is a matter of c use its owner, Mrs. Gene Mark,
ed entirely normaL The aonly time he wasn't unpredictable was b y shooting a two under par 66 throughout the world setting up Of all the tight games I've judgment by the umpire. It is ey. decided to move east.
at bat. The low hook outside he couldn't hit with a paddle. A Little Leagues, however, the Air been in--including a World Se- generally agreed on as the tough. ..
bigpaddl e, t eepaew a ayls 1e to lead Panamai ince wasn 4 t ot e Is t *tot on the A bee inrdee m t o
big paddle. to lead Panama in increasing it force s taking Stotz on tour re d have to go back to theest call t o make. The general This move added to the C Dick Powell,
* margin to 34 strokns over the An- cf European and North African 198 season for what., always role of thimb is to determine met headaches TALL TARGT"
DO YOU TRY TO.IMPROVU your Same by reading books s ies in the Caribbean Command bases to instruct personnel runningcomes to mind first when some- whether the batter committed "We find a lot of our horses
which proclaim to be authored by famous golf pros? This is what/ golf tournament. tagues .nearly all composed oft1body asks me about a clutch iimself. don't fit in the eligibility require.-
Mr. Dave Lilley, addressing the annual PGA meeting, had to say Goodman who w fI under service kids, play Q. Who is the most feared hit-. nents for New York races, DAL oday a .20.
on the subject: "Generally speaking some of this material is good aotes ester- Little Leagues are operating in ply ter in the major leagues?-Oscar Jones points out. nathryn Grayson,in
for the average player. But unfortunately most of it Is not. In " nos t t frHawaii, the Philippines, Guam, their t wasn't anything really dra- Anderson. Take this allowance race," Ie. raL '0 L o r "
fact. there have been many such articles and books which left da, Mpt &ts a 36-hole total of 135, Panama acarl Zone and Germa- msate on the face of it. It was A. Ted lusewski of the Reds says thumbmg through a conditio.
the studious golfer more confused and bewildered thLan ever. i've under par. Godman in play- ny. Once Stou makes his t o u r, JusL a real good pitch-a pitch-.Is now general so regarded, book.- ol lnn.
That's because the instructions were composed by a ghost writer mng his Moe as favorite to cop me- the foreign -contingent probabiyleras pitch, yot might say. Q. What is the present capacity It c4ils for fillies and thred-
who was more interested In playing with words, than with facts." dalist honors to the hilt since hass will be tridnled in number. I t came against Pittsburgh el M.lwarkee s County Stadium? year-ols wa ch have not won
S. comptitor, Radioman First"- during that '48 drive' for the -Jack Harris. pm9 sinco Mar. 31 or two u. i.
Comment: To my knowledge, no name pr6m has ever actual- Loset competitor, Rdioman Fhis week's questlm: "With the pennant the Braves put on. We
ly writtenfa tbenk (theah en`r1 Cott*, the Bri&f M .s .1t- m.y Blass Ba. .Dickens., at the half basesm laded and one out, the were wlnningthe game, 3-2, but.. .
be an exception). No matter how able the mtinl asistant the way mtark is 11 strokes behind at batter squares of to bunt. Th h l was In a Jam in the eighth J- ---
instruction reaches th .studet on the second bounce_, and sl- [. runner on third leaves the base ninge Also, I appeared a little
most Inevitably the lilished product mffers, The meehanism of too sooi-boore the bal reaches tired, perhaps.
the golf swlng le to@intricate to be eflruesa to the alUlesl in- Dic a ens, runner-Up to Good- the plate. The batter bunts suc- I ras aaia/sdjzxlz..
terpreitatie ofu e t ua eticed. In this connectIon, one of the nman in the Panama Area tounta c/sazully, the runner from third Billy 8outhworth. then the
best sellers I the of spurious golf lterature was pst 6o- ment, fired another 73 eaterday. base crossing the plate and the ot- mouthwokd outhen the so
gether by the eitor st-a race-horne trade organ. Pictures are Two other Panama men oc. .. being c-ae. Is there any penal- me r With Wally Westlaket a good
reay !i tt. the, "' ]cu y third and fourth s~ats in the tl .. DPlhitter, at bat, he wanted to lift
S* indIvidual lineup. Pfc. Cal Riggs ups" me.
front office does not think much of him as a managerial prospect. in 76 yasteraay for a 35-hole toa. Howard GaJr, Little League ur- ".'nally won. I ardgued-and LI-now e eigarni t he mild,
Either that, or the bras concluded that with Robinson, Campa- of 151 while teammate-SWc. Dale p're-in-hief. hands down e ru- Then I worked on Westlake. I b
nela, Meyer and Lees, their man Aton, has all the astant Bean of Fort Kobbe slipped t. s threw him my ast one and I
rang he needs. You can't blame the big pitcher for trying, sa 32, god for a 14t tota. ve-yboa Is safe," he says threw him nay fasr on and- I tiledadpay uchle
wtogh Itoose.edItea gamleanybodylcould et in. A New York Panama's performance was "merbut the run does not count. Pulled the string on the next. So I.. -,,,reonl,
Congresemas, who threw his weight against The Jockey Clab stroke better than Monday's op rulethe runner om third ase onpl feeding h om a good change-x aL.t
nonprofit track *0o W, says he will push for a federal tax on lag round at Fort .Davis while tin te t hvaing scord on thec ay upd o ure enough, he wa swing-
fol news to the has-mased horse player, who already loses 16 cents nama's total yesterday was U58 ro i or rememoer- lug w an anthrin his m Hf fl.-
on eYe1y dlar Its bts, thanks to state and city taxes. The afore- o B for the .iltors. o younoura s or iIak out, r e, tahpd to te bsf hid He .
saltE is from the 5ronx, but relays word to the aol- A-2c _ied Wolfe o- Ramey APE heIs not an offical o out of le was out of the hoe easily,
umn t e 't want to be Identified at this time. andguea Dv o_ Campq 1 a a ea orgu e base tof And w a no t worrf about e tas hel
me me .. e., a. yto the he. back en whoab M daooy, turned pl -- played over the last par bt o thatt
wie flgere gune Antles medalist BBor fa stm atach .ho.
give_ slN.4 Wev -sru tyhS atemis1enartub So w law be em et0 a -UI %15- o -ah
tet hm.s b : to t ana DavisT fumedf 1 a 7t yesterday feels that most coaches d mh and man-
atarfe r fwltthate *. xIUtt -tp er tan nowk ais tiedwith tammt ee atcp bhave, when working wltS
t,iey c llo hive his.. nh third st .a- Thursday "rretr control, curves, every- i W"
Hill*, Wt lx ht beasyosat0i'eINw o Pfc hiFred Mcea h of Cam p LoY pitchers, concentrate stricty on
e. s 6" W.the S aL s its be final ronld t'iing-and J u s t concentrate on
I... Aatar nSTrday tum.sd aviny 'orge ttow. with e free.
- I e loose mi tion, snapping the wrt .-
r _a" baI t be h as be es the bal go." -
eoB_ s l, .._:,...* ... *-, ._ -.. oes ,1,a1. S - Ui,, AV- Is EI W A Al ---i-
f *f--'-.---' -.. -aa I .e ineam mS me wsm "mee eafmemen .e
S -- -- ..... ... 2 a away with E ANAM T ...
~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~ ~ ~ ~ M~ V..ia,+- o., la +, /Ia .II.. ....
_._--. +._. .+. .+- _+. ...+.,_. :.t? e~lii.....:- ll) P +.ll li. .il-- + . + / .. ,P-_.-., ..- .
-* o mom
LI. .^.-"- .-- ,_
O 1 ma
5f -, .
- t. :t!.',t~-.r.-PV -.
-. -' *~ ~'r-~' $%C . -
5 ;-.--.. -
,' ..,- \ *<, *
" '"*f i s^ --'.'. ': <*~," ;:" '.- :", ... .*
SZ Kids Do OK
Outstanding, Rad n
'... JUST AS
See our new stock of Boat parts, Trailers, Kits,
Motors, Underwater Equipment, Fishing Tackle.
"Rawllngs," Athletle Equipment, Trophies,
Golf Bags, Club, etc.
Announcing our new Reqsli nation of Pflueger,
Ocean City and Mentagie Fishing Tackle.
because a horse
I was his home...
they called him
Sto his face...
Up to 40% discount off States price
on direct factory shipment to Pa.
nama and the Canal Zone JetOr .0
ernme* Agencles, Sohools, O. N .'
Teams" and Dealersr--
Order Now Quality and S#jmon.
Servi*doy VeUsAs l
.W2m -naot a*dItmtaC4
ty*. Msilta -'*l~~lB
L ------; -
*_ _~.- .: *- "
" .' L "Jfk
n I r il AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
In International' "
Poster Contest P Chi Of PCeAdd in rch
The only outstanding rain" and ecnomicl operation of his .
o be gIv n employee of ) W lan to the benefit of the 7g u.
Geor e Guner, ool Rainbow City PLuamlCln government this .it Qovernment am a sn
junior gth Sch 1l Robert Lull, I-Yeat has been awarded to Har- whoe." -i.it.yg J n
Carlos Seales of the ParaisoR e 1, 1954. Co. employee to be given the out- or has been an ad utra.
mentary School were winners of1-C.- .-gth e nut-
tree of the first prize TPANAMA, ., standing ran th ent e oca.
contest recently h orby h HIRTIETH YEAR bTHISDAY, MAY ,1955Perantle was notified of his rating system -wa loplhe t a t
econtesreFentionco bu -tatng afternoon in a Janar 1951. The fh"to-atand-
E 1duc action, od letter wm Gov.r Se bold. The ing p orm a unce ra was given their
an Education was announce better was presented by H. L. last June to Paul W. Morga h
Nteaione cols 0 I his capacity of Supervisory medical X-ray tech- .un -
om tons iationalSenate D e fies Veto Threatf awards comniUttee In a brief ce- xcept for a break In ser-
rom $1 ton$201inthisIner remony In the Administrative vice during World War II when
ster -ontest to which entries are Branch- he was on duty with the Navy PIDAY, APRIL'2t4 195
tahde *achyearfrom apar Perantle's service with the Canaf HI I .w
Vigh School rece ived a 6ter Lt. Gov. H. 0.
's her award for an outstanding raig gia h o i 7. 0
..ster. WASHINGTON, May 12--(UP) President will accept the bill. He Pastore said the bill sept to But Carlsoin, a strong a pport-1
S. The Senate has defied the said he does not think Mr. El- the White House today amounts er of the President, made it In reeommenidln the out- X T S
In addition U.S. Award of Mer threat of a possible presidential senhower would veto a measure to an average 8.59 per cent clear he expects the bill to be standlngratng.for erantle, the TO .
it were given to 112 students In the veto and passed a bill to raise giving postal employes oply 90 boost, rather that the 8.8 per vetoed and sent- bhk to Con- former PxMon cited him for his
United States elementary, juniorithe pay of 500,000 employes an cents more per week than the cent figure previously quoted. gres. He said he would vote to work .in reorganizing and I LE
-,Eh. and high schools and to 1501 average of about 84 per cent. chief executive's own proposal. He said the measure contains sustain a veto. i a veto were streaillning his organization '
"l. 'ents in the Latin American ele The roll call vote was 66 to The Housq approved the bill, a some travel allowance, but ad- upheld he added he Immediate- and Itsoperations or "Increas- lM
tr entar', junior high and h g h11. compromise between e a -r lier ded that should not be counted ly would propose a 7.6 per cent ed efficient production and in-
.' ol ;. The Senate's action sends the House and Senate versions, b ain figuring the average pay postal pay raise. still in Its employes an es-
Other cash winners Included A- House-approved measure to the whooping 328 to 66 vote Monday. hike. prit e corps of his order."
nd-?r James. La Boca Junior White House. Postmaster Gen- This was far more than the two- The fate of the postal bill is C E- N I _
.gh School, second prize; Ricar eral Arthur E. Summerfield said thirds majority necessary to expected to have a direct effect He was also commended for
Foster, Paraiso elementary Sunday he would recommend a override a veto. on a companion measure to placing the records manament Pres: .60 & 30 Shows 2
.-ol, second prize; Seymour veto. But President Eisenhower The Senate gave the bill 14 raise pay of about one million program on' a soundoperatrg ., 904
twi, Rainbow City elementary has said only that he will give more votes than the two-thirds federalCivil Service employees or a imtiaUong the estab-
.ool second prize; Rudolph S the bill careful study. needed to override a veto. The Senate has passed a bill i shment of a records storage
mons, Rainbow City high school, Sen. John 0. Pastor (D-RI) providing a 10 per cent se center and for naugurating "stu-
rd ize ert Fennel Santa told the Senate he believed the Voting for the bill were 7 or Civil Service em oyes.Thedies in connection wth other m-
ze; Rpert a B nio, l Ba d eocratr and2 9Republicans. DIaynower ethee connectionuwithother
lu nior high school, third r De rts 29 Republicans measure Is now fore the portant program which will re-
ize; elfiliaBarriosLaBocael All 11 opposition votes were cast House Post Office and Civil sult In the Increasingly efficient
Smentary scli-ol, third prize; Wil- I by Republicans Service Committee, which has
lam Fuller Canal Zone junior col- I te Leg gue The House previously hadpostponed action until the fate
e, fourthprize: Aloha Shatros voted an average 8.2 per cent of the pdstal pay bill Is settled.
S Diablo elementary c h o s 1. hike. The Senate's original bill Ben. Frank Carlson (R-Kan), Ia
rth prize and Diane Dixon, Pe- provided for a 10 per cent boost, senior GOP member of the Ben- A i ll y
6ro Miguel eicmentary school *|I 11 D f The White House originally pro- ate Post Office and Civil Service I
fourth prize Girl II DO posed a 6.5 per cent increase out Committee, urged the Senateto
S J water accepted a 7.6 per cent pass the post bill and end the
The contest in which C a a figure. "dilly-dallying" over the Issue.
sond schools have participated for 'Glo es vet Proe
a number of years, is intended "to Eleven girls and five boys, In-
lawhtheuitya ndaeHouseGoupSeeks 'GlovesOff' Probe give the best
8 o : world depends: to em- week ending at midnight May 9.
size the s ual fundamentals according to the weekly hospi-ofown
At, l id toeworld ends report. TeMrs,-atboy a nd DD e forr a ce
2. oreh emteIcrctu lw eborn to Mr. an OfMulti uyingperformace
child by an understanding G. killed of Paralso. AU' MOM r.. L- 9 .
Universal kinship; to foster &adp There were two deaths report- p- vi a enu 75V
r understanding of and sympa y ed during the week. A total of beetn named American Mother youo snf
-with man's relations-thehn amal 193 patients were admitted and WASHINGTON, May 12-(UP 242 per cent higher net profits of the Year by the American -
-who cannot peakor em 09 were diharged. The House Appropriations in 1954 than It id in 1050. This Mother' Comittee of the 1
selves. The name and addresses of Committee revealed today it has "guaranteed profit," he said, Golden Rule Foundation. A
the parents of thq girl babies ordered a "gloves off" nvesti- while only bout 3.7 per cent of widow from Pleasant Grove,
LA ids Entered wereMr. =4Mrs. J.M. Vinue-ation ouf multl-billion-dolt a sale. was bout 46 per det of Utah, sheis the mother of h
za, of Panam City; Mr. and Mrs. defense buying on which the net worth. Mrr f utah, s is teacher. -- A
SF ro h J. W. Roman, of Panam City; taxpay er was said to be "los- Mahon is chairman of an ap- make, churchwo man, ar
Qn 2 PLa roer ects Colonel and Mrs. D.W. Shive, of Ing s shirt." ropriations subcommittee that leader and grower of prize- 11y
Quarry Heights; Mr. and Mrs. 0. Gog H ih oandl(r defense funds. He Batd winning flowers. -
:Enrique G. Arango and theVilleda, of Paralso: Mr. and Mrs. Rep. GeorrgeH. Mahon (Dr thde full committee has hired ,
ropicaQ Paint Company were j.V. Fuentes, of Chllbrillo;M: nTex assailed military buying as experts and will look Into con-
ropant low bidder on two and Mrs. F.A. Aviles, of Pana- he opened House bate on a tracts where profits seem ex-
naMA Carnal projects. bids for m a City; Sgt. and Mrs. F.D. McAr enmy, Navy ad Air Force In the n c- HE'S KA ye1G Joe ,
Si rtch were opened Wednesdy Daniel, of P nam CitySgt. y. startingl The me Mahon charged that Deen my pigeon stationed at
Sai new roof over theBl passen- Boys we llre born mlat week ou is ehpeted to pasn The secr etaary] as. aWilson hus Fort Monwouth, X. Jp has bee
and replacing he roof over Raul R.ye', of Panam. City: Mahon l.'They haei, some ma e), but If he has 'Sing a m essage to them warn-
e launch repair barge in Bal- and Mrs. n L.. Y3caza, of instances reatomor hed uersonc knocked any h eadsing tob gather id ing nse awarded. a srie Gtationa V6 aV 1
P m ; Mr. a nd Mrs. O'Do the Senate. pcu bein idtry ion an to r e- ad "outsndng hero of
Arango made a total offer of nell Balboa: pl. and Mrs. J. ven fo f Id ustry ens e ls.e0
opi ant bd $773 tor the Jaurger nbuh, of oon Balbo: Oe aanecom duny sell levels War I haveot higeoardedou t
mmbth f he ib.paronois hebestp
andwepacninn wo o over H of Panm gTCity: Mahon SalRI "e y hai In some management, but If he ohas ningoaWne mpendint b oemban. Uy CVV
lM.10. YcazaOf Instances reached supersonic knocked any heads togethiner. I n y._C__at_____o_____h
PanamA City; Mr. and Mrs. 0. speeds. The taxpt>yer gIs b ei Industry in an effort to get de- h 9 m m m- m -|
da, of Paans so: Cpl. and Mrs. taken for a ride." re for further increase ononabler o the U.S. sector
in defense t. of West eany. r painting of a 4 of quar- Sgt. and Mrs. J.H. Raffety, of almost entirely to .e Defense t," Mahon id.