The Panama American

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

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

Notes

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

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:01433

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PANAMA, R. P., THURSDAY, APRIL I, 1952
FTVE CENTS
Defense
Called
(NBA Telephoto
4PTER THE VERDICT Willie (The Actor) Button (left and
ThTmisKlmgccused of robbing a Queens County NY bank
ol almost $64,000. are shown Just after hearing the verdict at
I,oiw Island Cltv. N.Y.. courtroom. For Button, a sentence is a
me e formality-he already faces life Imprisonment.for other
otienses Both men face 30 years on the bank robbery rap.
House Slashes
CZ Appropriation
By $12,376300
RP Govt.
Over Gas
Firm
Hike;
Oilmen Defiant
BULLETIN
Esso Standard Oil announced this afternoon
that when officially nformtd of tho Panam Gov-
ernment order banning the one cent increase in
the price of gasoline, it will comply with this order.
The government immediately
took action Tuesday when the
four oil companies hereTexas
Oil, Union Oil. too Standarc
OU and Shell announced that
they were Increasing the whole-
sale price of gasoline by one
cent in order to meet Increased
transportation and refinery
costs.
At a meeting with representa-
tives of the companies Com-
merce Minister Jernimo Almi-
Super Carrier,
Generals' Aides
Lopped Off
WASHINGTON, April i (UP)
The House Appropriations
Committee today slashed S4,-
240,838,500 off President Tru-
man's $30,921,022,770 defense
budget for 12 months starting
July 1.
Among other economies the
Committee scuttled Navy plans
to build a second 80,000-ton
super aircraft carrier; ordered
the withdrawal of military aides
assigned to Oen. MacArthur and
other top officers on inactive
duty, and imposed a heavy cut
on military publicity staffs.
The committee approved a
$48,680,384,270 military spend-
ing bill as recommended by the
subcommittee.
The reduction hit almost
across the boardArmy by $1,-
680.000,000, the Navy by $1,-
007.384.000 and the Air Force by
$1.502,260,000 as well as at the
parent Defense Department and
miscellaneous defense agencies.
Although plane-buying funds
were cut somewhat.* Rep. George
H. Mahon said little or no slow-
downs would be Imposed on the
build-up of air power.
WASHINGTON, AM
3-(UP)-The. Civil Se^^SfrtUuon."?!
vices Appropriation Bill
adopted in the House
late yesterday lopped
$12,376,300 off the Canal
Zone government request
for fiscal 1953.
The battle between the Pana-
ma government and the oil com-
panies continued today with the
government taking the first step
to prevent an already-effective
asollne price hike from becom-
ng general.
Fernando Alegre, appointed
Director of the new Price Regu-
lating Office yesterday, issued a
decree this morning pegging the
wholesale price of gasoline to
gas stations at 32.5 cents and the
retail price at 38 cents per gallon
-the same prices that existed as lltegul hinted at expropriation
nf March 31. and warned that the govern-
ment would resist all attempt*
Penalties provided by the law to increase the price of gaso-
under which Alegre issued his de- line.
cree are, for the first offense, Despite the warning the oil
a fine of from $10 to $2000 or a companies next day insisted
sentence of from five to 90 days that the price hike would re-
in Jail: fqr a second offense clos- main In effect.
ure of the guilty gas station or oil Today's decree leaves the next
company for 30 days. move up to the oil companies.
It has been reported to thej Meanwhile, one Panama City
Panam government that somejchauffeur'S union announced
gasoline was wholesaled this i that Its members would go on
morning at 33.5 cents. strike-if the government failed
One oil company which cpn- ln lts eiIort- V keep the price
for M e*n, and 13 selling gas
for 39 tens.
The oST
The bill was passed
granted a total of $16,-
139,500 for the Zone gov-
ernment
Cuts in the 1953 esti-
mates were reflected
principally in the deci-
sion of the House Ap-
propriations Committee
to eliminate an estimate
of $7,700,000 for addi-
tional work on the Ca-
nal's long range housing
program and denial of
$3,000,000 for expansion
of the capital of the Pa-
nama Canal Company
which was "also to allow
for the acceleration of
the housing program."
companies had no
this new
noon
today none of them had been of-
ficially notified of the provisions
of the decree.
CZ Police Check
Autos In Search
Of Escaped Con
Missing RP loaf
Shows Up In Port;
All Aboard Safo
The missing Panam a n I a n
coastal boat "Sea Bup" was re-
ported safe In La Palma this
morning wltR Its seven crew
members In gbod condition.
The 27-foot wessel that left La
Palma for Panama last Sunday
Canal Officials.
Civic Councils.
Military Invited
Panama's Joint Civilian Defense Council and the
general board of the civic councils on the Canal Zone
will hold a special meeting tomorrow afternoon at Bal-
boa Heights to thrash out the problem of the Isthmian
civilian defense setup.
The issue of defense measures against raids hat
been the main topic of discussion locally since Sunday
night's "mystery plane" which flew over the canal's vital
areas and is still unidentified set off the air raid
s Queen
Addresses Congress
WASHINGTON, April 3 (UP)-
Queen Juliana of The Nether-
lands urged a Joint session of
Congress today "to build the
strength and unity of the tree
world in the cold war for peace."
were
All Coln automobiles headed
for Panam were being checked
today by Panam and Zone po-
lice in an effort to find an escap-
ed convict, Torlbio Bethancourt.
The 19-year-old Panamanian
prisoner escaped yesterday after-
noon from the Canal Zone police
pistol range outside of Cristobal
where he was working with a po-
lice work gang.
Bethancourt, who goes under! m. th- M,n..n para-
se veral aliases, was serving a 60-,*"** he"J^"5g.
day sentence for vagrancy and!m *nd V /-i?i iLvft. tLt r.
nettv larcenv lmDOsed March 17 graphs of several boats that were
"In Siceperwnr^weretert7: sighted. These were turned over
ed to^e on the lookout for the to Panama authorities for ldeu-
convlct who was wearing blue tiflcatlon.
denim prisoner's shirt and trous- The Panama coastal boat was
en. carrying a cargo Of lumber. .
The Dutch monarch, who ar-
nlght. encountered engine trou- nere t nt 21.d
ble accordmg to reports received state yM nad ner consorti
in Panama which delayed its "-prlnce Bernhard. at her side as
turn Repairs were made at sea sh addressed the gtatesmen ln being."
Albrook s First Air Rescue a ,et g n% accented volce.
Squadron's g-17 imdr^lcopterlnMhe ^^ cnamber wnere ner
recalled from the search, mother former Queetl wilhelml-
ed that The Netherlands will car-
ry Its "full share" of the West-
ern defense burden.
But she cautioned that the At-
lantic Pact countries should a-
vold Imitating Iron Curtain
countries "which have focused I numbers
sirens.
Tomorrow's meeting will be at meeting last night to the issue
a p.m. in the Board Room of the.and are forming a committee to
Administration Building. investigate the possibilities of a
Those attending the meethig.nouw-to-house canvass so as to
on the joint council are O. o.Preunt the public s reaction ln a
Kellar, chairman; Lt. Col. M. L. "t".10,'?,- t._ vln- phBlrman .
.Jacobs, military assistant to the lE^L^'^1^
governor; Rufus Z. Smith. U.S. ,^?hi8 to ^ Com"**''
f^^i^-^^^^r^^^n with alarm
representing the Armed Services. the ODVioug iBck of a coordinated
:,and Luis C. Endara, represent- iviiian defense setup on the
ing Panama. Isthmus."
The heads of the Zone's civic I The Caribbean Command head-
councils were instrumental m quarters today also Issued a clr-
calllng the soeclal session. tar ln an attempt to clarify the
Charles W. Hammond, reel- situation regarding the sounding
dent ef the general council,
aid today: "We were net hap-
py about what happened SjaH>
day night. The onW thing hat
fta'pr sleif?
riv h*.. i hi oohV u*
view wasftt. Oov,Herbert D.
Voejel. /
Hammond was up to see him
early Monday, and conferred
with him on and off for two
davs.
Vogel concurred with Ham- A second UjS. Marine to face
mond that something had better the Balboa Magistrate yesterday
be done fast to sharpen up civil;*. in Jail tawalttn?> trfofajb
defense.
of air raid elrens and yesterday
(Continuad en Pace Column f)
Panamanian; Steals
Clothes, Automobile
US. District Court at Ancon on a
SSS &^n. why that sys- ^cilt^VlnThe^!
tern has rusted:
1) The turnover or
Canal personnel Is so rapid that
Panama 'al Hospital area on the Atlantic
Earlier that day another Ma-
, of those trained in
their minds so much on their de-1 w8rtlme clvH defense schemes r|ne was charged with assault
tense that they forget to focus!have left tne isthmus and their.with intent to commit rape.
as much attention on their econ-|taowla)e wttn tnem; | Ball was set at $1.000 for the
1 cultural well-' 2) Neither from the Budget holdup man who was reported by
I Bureau, Congress, nor anywhere the Navy as being absent without
The 42-year-old queen and her, else in Washington has ^^ ,ht^-..m .. _,
husband were welcomed by PresJany hope of the funds necessarv I Accordtag to the Canal Zone
several hour, after 1^*"%?^,^*%%. S g., "ZSW^&SF* "" ^ ^.^rl^n^'tWrWta
m^singX"* to ,00k ^ *' tenyeVrsago. P?e landed^atashing* ^Hammond offered Vogel trH
Yesterday, a search plane
6U> .iucu iv rvaaiiiiigbuiis i mirrru r unc = |_M___|_.-K-
atlonal Airport yesterday. services of the civic councils in li""^1,"1^'"r?6? IV S'h'
The queen told the US. w- n estimated 200 000 nervm* ^uT. Iv,i. nap *>? Leonardo Marn Medrano,
makers that "Mankind ln Its dla- Unea the twimlle Tad? route! ^Thedvle councils spendmSl*l,rn,atround antldi1le h,.U 19S
tress has to turn largely to your down Constitution Avenue to &"^t*member?"S^l-OuKtoMamvtrtaa .back ov(
Reds Try Woodening Out
Marshall Plan Pinocchio
good Judgment for deliverance." welcome the monarch. The par-
ade was set to the cadence of IS
6 .... .__ bands, the most ever used here.
In the tradition of modern) At a reception stand decorated
monarchs. Juliana skirted poll- wjtn imported Dutch tulips and
ties, but in a general way she, ?iant color portraits of the queen
made a ringing plea for Con-and prince, Juliana received a
gressional support for the polltl-1 gold-plated key to the city.
cal. economic and defensive; She was honored last night at
unification of Europe. |asvfficlal state dinner attended
time, will set out to ensure as
far as possible that Zonlans
know what to do with them-
selves when the next alert
sounds.
Hammond specially invites
the local rate communities to
Join In this work.
sPare Thatcher Highway and onto Bru-
ja Road, passing through Cocoll.
On an Army read, according
to the police, Grant ordered
Marn te atop, and take off his
clothes.
Juliana expressed her people's by about 100 kev administration,
leaders^ diplomats and Congress-1 muales prepare
thanks for U.S. aid and promls-
This is
BERT the TURTLE
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Who is going to
toll you how to
DUCK and COVER
^ Watch For BERT
In Seven Issues Of This Paper Starting
Today On Page 2
ROME. April 3 (UP) The teachers "find out who gave or-
Communlsts, who already have ders to put them there." |
damned Mickey Mouse and Do-i Then, breaking into English,
nald Duck as "imperialistic war- the Unlta article said lt would go
mongers," today gave their walk- over the head of the Italian
Ing orders to another American government directly to those res-
character and told the puppet ponslble for Erpinotto ECA
Erpinotto "to go home." | headquarters in Rome.
Erplnotto is a creation of the' To ECA officials Unlta exclalm-
old ERP Marshall Plan staff ed: "Go home; Erpinotto!"
here.
Hunting Accident
Puts Panamanian
Into Gorgas
Patterned after the classic Ita- D..LI... Hriuinn
lian puppet Pinocchio, Erpinotto RcCKieSS l/NTlng,
appears in comic books to tell || .^^^-^.J C*.el
Italian children the story of the U flreported jmQSrl
Marshall Plan. >^ s CCO
Unite, official organ of the COSt C L.OD WU
Italian Communist Party, took,
two columns today to tell off'
Erpinotto. "Erpinotto Is an
odious and boastful liar," Units
said.
The Red organ added that Er-!
men. The affair was held in a
hotel dining room because the
kitchen of the renovated White
House is not yet equipped for
such a large event.
The royal couple will be enter-
tained here for three days before
It was at this moment that two
en who were hunting orchids
they can to help these com- caught sight of Grant holding
emer.:the gun at Marin who was wear-
gency plans. 'n* onl/ 8h0rts/ Mar'" to'd
VESJTSJStl*Zl "lk-sSMS*^
the same Issue Grant jumped into Mann s car
Post 40 devoted moat of 1U
and drove away as the hunters*
Chorrillo Slabber
Arrested In Panam
elnotto lied when he claimed to
ave restored Italy's railways, I
built houses for the Italians,
gave from food, and so on.
As far as the railroads were;
concerned, Unlta said the Com-
munists began the post-war res. I
toratlon when they were part of
the Italian government before
the 1948 general elections.
Unlta said It was "shocking"
that books featuring Erpinotto
were allowed ln I"an schools,
and demanded that Italian
A Canal tone pelieeman
was fined a total of S5 this
morning in the Balboa, Magia- '
trates Court en two charges.
For reckless driving. Robert
Blair Mille, 84. ras ffseed $15.
and for falling to report an
accident am additional J25
was imaeeed
Mille ttreott a parked ear
on Barneby Street when his
attention was distracted for a
second. His owsa ear was dam-
aged, bnt little daaeage was
dene to the farted ear.
The accidesjt was reported
by a wltneasmfwho recognized
the boIiccsS's car.
setting out with their official
party for visits ln New York,
Philadelphia, Detroit, San Fran-
cisco, Los Angeles and half a doz-
A Panamanian machinist helo- \m_ othl'r cltlcs-_____________^
er for the Canal was accidentally : -~ -
shot on San Jos Island yesterday i HollfinV On ICP
by an American hunter. nuilUUV Vn It-C
The injured man. who Is in Hnoninn Tiffin if <*'
Gorgas Hospital today suffering wpenilig L/eiiniie
from shotgun pellet wounds of -_..!.
both legs and possible fractured Armando Diaz Wong, local
right leg, is 36-year-old Sidney raaWlclty agent for "Holiday On
Bennett, a resident of Coln, ilce." said today that the thrtce-
postponed ice extravaganza
According to the hunter. Flix,wouJd "definitely" open tonight
Andrew Bowles, a senior machn-1 at the Olympic Stadium.
1st for the Aids to Navigation Sec-i Wong said the Ice ln the spe-
tlon. he was searching for game^lally-conatruiited rink was froz-
on the Island together with Ben-en hard and.the elaborate light-
nett and another helper. ing system has been tested and
found to be functioning perfectly. District.
Mistaking a movement in the! He said that despite the three i Pardo, an ex-Canal employe
bushes for a wild animal. Bowles postponements tickets for to-.who Is unemployed now, report-
shot from about 75 feet with his night's debut of the lce-skatlng edly admitted the stabbing.
show are practically all sold out.1 The victim, meanwhile, who
Tickets are on sale at Mauri- underwent an abdominal opera-
clo's spotting goods store on Cen- tion yesterday, developed pneu-
_ tral Avenue and will be on sale nonla, according to a Gorges
ed"byheXidt"Navlgatlonc8ec- at the box office of the stadium Hospital report. He Is also still
tlon. helped him. A lighthouse tug starting at 8 p.m. ,ufferln8 'rom sI18nt puncture
returned the three to Balboa. ) The show will feature 60 male of the tatestlne.
San Jos Island is ln the Perlas and female lce-skatlng stars In The stabbing occurred early
Island group, and Hes about 75 a suner-n'-od ton by George -esterday morning, following an
miles from Balboa, Und Ruth Tyson. .argument over a pool-ball game.
car came nearer. Although Ma-
rin and his rescuers chased
Grant, they lost track of him
when they stopped to report the
Incident to the Pedro Miguel po_
lice station.
Coln police, who were alerted
> to be on the lookout for the car,
. .. Intercepted Grant at the Sabanl-
The assailant who stabbed ta check point, but he drove away
Stanley T. Skinner with a pock- wnen the policeman approached.
etknlfe was caught ln Panama on a hunch, the policeman
today by a Canal Zone detective jumped Into a passing car and
and the Panam Secret Police. went to the Naval Hospital. A
He is Calixto Pardo, a 2S-year- ghort time later Grant surren-
old Panamanian, who Is being dered when the Cristobal police
held ln the Panam Jail for trial.;
arrived on the scene.
It has definitely been establish-
ed, according to the Canal Zone
police, that the stabbing took
flace about 150 yards within
anam territory on Avenida A QQ6I1S TOmOITOW
If!
Rancho Gambling
near the Limits at the Chorrillo
12-gauge shotgun.
Bennett's companion, I r v 1 n eta's spdjrtii.
Chesterfield Boyce, also employ, tral Avenue and will be on sale monta, according to
Dent forget the benefit
gambling house which opens
tomorrow sght at El nacho
Garden.
Roulette, dice, wheels, chuek-
a-luck. ote., will be featured
and the proceeds go to the par-
chasing of s new Incubator tee-
the babv section of the Colon
Hospital.
The "rambling hoaoe" waR
also be oaea on Saturday and
Sunday sights.


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Labor New*
Ami
Comment
By Victor Rle.il
It all started for Harry 8. Tru-
man in a Chicago penthouse
suite some eight years ago.
He ha come DecauBi Bldney
Hiiiman, the late CIO political
patriaren, had sent word he'd
like to see the Missouri Senator.
What was said then has been an
"off-wie-record "secret" througn
the aecaue.
Bui tne telephone rang Satur-
day nl|(iit. an hour alter Pres-
wn^con*
L (Bait ULTwdh
ODESIIENTS, INCIDENTS AND OPINIONS
Dr. Richard Hoffman, Park Avenue phychiatrlat who has
n la the news, flew with Dick Jr. to Florida, bound for the
tin Islands, to make an effort toward reconclllatlng Junlorjlaent i.uman Included himself
arid his estranged wife, Christine (Cee-Ceet Cromwell. The out. and a voice told me, noth-
least that will be accomplished by the doctor will be a first ing's oil the record any more. I
look at hla grandson, born several months ago. Anyway, unbeknown to either
.------------------- I Truman or Hlllman, the conver-
sation has been recorded by a
Prince Philip's three sisters, all married to Oermar. royalty, couple of fellows who may yet be
I may b; tendered giace by Queen Elizabeth Princess Margaret arrested for their services to the
'the wife of Prince "Fried r Hohenlohe Lan^enbourg, Princess soviet Union.
One of those fellows, let me
add, sat in on the conversation.
Senator Truman positively
knew none but labor leader Hlll-
man, who told him that the
ciO's first choice was Wallace
Singing "Kol Nidre" the ancientjH^ cjia^ to th* Mm at^o'Culiiwln^then'omlV
remake of "The Jasz Singer," will be nothing new for Danny
Thomas. He has had it In his repertoire for quite a while. Love-
ly, blonde Edith Bell and har bridegroom, fur-man Lee Hessel,
. will be separated for the first time since their October blend- %El? ^ ^^Sa^^k
tag as she goes on tour with "Remains to be Seen". For one h/'ueJ echelon
I buck a self-appointed mall-order laureate will dash off a rhym- n*nest echelon.
ed epic for any Happy Occasionbirth, marriage, anniversary,
I etc. He solicits all whose names appear in print In such cases
J with a postal card, stating, "I have written a poem about you
In the joyous manner."
I
Theodora'wed tho"Mare-rave"of Baderi" and Sophie made a match
, With Prince Christopher of Hesse. All were absent at their
brother's wedding and at the funeral of King George VI...The
J Duke of Windsor, they say, can end his exile whenever he
. electswith Wallyafter a while.
nation to Mr. Truman to beat
Jim Byrnes, Of course, Hlllman;
said, the CIO naturally wanted a
One question on the standard Hollywood biographical ques-
' tlonnaire for actors Is "What would you do if you weren t in
J the movies? At least one answered unhesitatingly"If I weren't
I would starve." But most performers have had other pro-
The Senator gave his word.
As vice-president and pres-
ident, he never broke It. For
years, right up until the other
night, in fact, an intimate
friend of Hlllman, chap by
name of Max Lowenthal, has
Thii it MIT the TURTLE
wrw h really smart snd earelul. See what he doe* when he thins,
he mialrt et hurt? He puRi in under hit nice, trtiel shell. Do you
think you eeuld learn to DUCK AND COVER quietly, roe? lert's
fob* to ted yon HOW end also WHY.
tmrwtiw<
HE'S MART BUT HK WAS H*
Mt_Tt* ON HIS **#/_
yOU MUST LEARN tO
FIND SHELTER
***<-
given the President advice and
guidance on many of hla moat
fesslos" trades'or skills. And "while some of the pre-movlelobs vital decisions.
' were not exactly elegant, they were, at any rate, a living. .War- There Is no Insinuation here
. ner Brothers report: that Mr. Truman was engaged In
'any plot. The events I have
Doria Day's co-star In the new musical, "April in Paris," swiftly sketched occurred as re-
. dancing Ray Bolger of "Where's Charley?" fame, used to be a ported. In fact, Lowenthal's role
bank clerk in Boston; if Oary Cooper had to give up toting fo underemphasised here!
' "Springfield Rifles," he might resume as a newspaper cartoon-1 Actually, he has developed such
Si; Errol Flynn was a police constable Down Under before he influence over Mr. Truman that
became skipper of the "Mara Maru" with Ruth Roman as his k- t,...,a.-k. m.i>. t*~... a
aultry co-star; Mies Roman was hatcheck girl In a New York
nightclub.
A CIVIL DEFENSE STORY FOR SCHOOL CHILDREN rolrased by FCDA
... CONTINUED IN THE NEXT ISSUEI
the President's White House ad-
visers have had to establish a
methodical surveillance system
to make certain that national
policies were not reversed and
high Federal officials fired be-
Phvllis Kirk, the charming newcomer who will be seen in __
"About Face," was a waitress in a Schrafft restaurant in New cause of the mysterious Lowen-
' York, then a model, Randolph Scott, fearless hero, Is a graduate tnaI.g p0]ltlcal wrilms
. textile engineer; Gene Nelson was a professional ice skater; u must al80 be added thatphll
. Ronald Reagan served as a baseball^announcer H s baseball Murray the embattled CIO and less vain than we had him pegged for.
; past caught up with him He plays Grover Cleveland Alejan- steeiWorkers' chief, ahied from; That, or lust plain tired of trying to live in
d^.ttrL'^w?^^2tJ^PrlnraS5 neToVme n cfn- ?. >> The record will show world that kept fusing steadfastly to we it 1
Harry, Harry, Harry Home
By BOB RUARK
NEW YORK.The only Way I can figure it It
the little man was a touch smarter and a wee bit
Doris Day and Frank Lovejoy, were radio performers in Cln
clnnatl before their screen careers.
that he seldom sought out Mr.
Truman's private company.
Intricate palace politics are
not to Murray's tastebut he did
have the comfort of knowing
that In the Inner sanctums of
labor's highest leaders, Mr. Tru-
Bnrt Lancaster, the acrobatic hero of "The Crimson Pirate,
E was a Circus acrobat and for a brief time a floorwalker In the
ladles' lingerie department of the Marshall Field store in Chi-
cane Steve Coehran who plays a cowboy In "The Lion and the
iorse," was a real cowpoke and also at one time a Macy's store ;">n_ was spoken of as "a CIO
detective; Jane Wyman sang with a band and her co-star in P
"The Story of Will Rogers" is by all odds the best equipped to
answer the question. Will Rogers, Jr., is a "one-shot" actor. He
took a temporary leave of absence from his duties as editor
of a Beverly Hills paper and Intends to"retirp"
etes his portrayal of us famous lathee. He te
in pv-nonerpssman. **
a
his
way.
My bet Is that Harry Truman, the unsuccess-
ful businessman, and the accidental success as a
politician from a late-blooming beginning, sud-
denly cannot tolerate the Idea of another four
years of critical punishment.
Truman's memoirs show that he identifies hlm-
an ex-Congressman.
And that he was, much to the
chagrin and anger of the ^FL
chiefs.
So much so that, lat< last
week, silver-haired David Mc-
Donald, one of Murray's two
key lieutenants In the steel
Joan Caulfield and Audle Murphy are a bet for co-top-bill- union, complained to delegates
tag In the film of "A Gun in His Hand," the story of Two at the Pennsylvania sute CIO
Oun Crowley." This was the sawed-off New York cop-killer who Convention, that CIO was not
ws8 executed in Sing Sing after he was captured in a West raising enough money (W.ooo,-
lde gun-siege by dozens of police when he barricaded himself 000 was his goal) for the re-
ta his sweetie's flat and shot it out for hours..! interviewed! election of Mr. Truman,
him He was an illegatlmate son of a servant girl and so short that
in the electric chair his feet didn't touch the floor. He told me I And McDonald said, rather
how he was always kicked around, then When I was n, 1 proudly:
tole five bucks and sneaked over to Newark and bought a ,,, 8teeI workers are In a
nickel-plated gat I looked at it, hiding It under my coat, on I particularly fortunate position.,,
the ferryboat. And then I said to myself, 'With this I m as big (because they have) a rather
as anybody!"..If the picture can approach the actual drama (riendlv Bentieman In th. Whir.
tSrttnSSiy of his brief span, it wfif be a classic. But I can g Bentieman In the White
hardly visualize a hero like Audle portraying the poor little rat 0nly ft fe_ dayg Mon Mf
I Truman startled the Jefferson!
It is very probably that Harry will never admit self with the big men of history. If he has eyes
even to himself all the salient factors Involved In to see today he watches himself losing- largeness
his refusal to run again. as he progresseseven to a possible point of 1m-
What I think is that he rec'ognized a broad peachment If his Judgment continues to falter
antipathy to himself as Harry the Man, symbol of and his friends keep on betraying him.
a party that has wasted too much money, made He also sees himself boxed in by an interlock-
too many mistakes, and become finally infested tag series of impossibles,
with the vermin of thievery and stupidity. Taxation has reached a point of the diminish-
I believe Tmman knew he could win the last tag return.
time. I believe with equal vehemence that he
knows he couldn't win this time, if they ran
Howdy Doody against him.
Corruption in his political house has touched
the stage of desperation and insolubility before
the hose and the broom.
Nobody really knows what gives with the atom,
Despite his vanity, despite the soft words hte fet-good or bad.
cronies and the snuggle-bugs caressed him with,
Truman the politician was too basically shrewd to Sam Lubell, in a remarkably fine estimation of
fall on his fanny for all to applaud. This way he the man in a recent Saturday Evening Post piece,
has an out. It can always oe the other feller's sharply delineated the fact that Truman the man
fault if the Democratic party topples. of grand decision was actually a static executive
In my lifetime I have met a lot of Trumans. who achieved stagnation by bouncing one crisis
Being steeped in mediocrity, they have mall off the other, to get nowhere with a maximum of
JacaueUne Bllllngsley, daughter of Sherman, the Stork Club S_*JU5, 22E- tlp 1as8Jst-
tmrjrawlo is out on her own. She has been signed for a running *nJ?i Jran* McKMnney the De- it has become pathologic The intemperance 01
xSTtathe ABC daytime iserial, "Strange Romance of Evelynmots'national chief, told CIO, his hatred for criticism has reached a state of
wtaten" Anita EllEthe '^hest" voice lor Rita Hayworth andllea?rs Mr T1" wo" run. obsession which would frighten a psychiatrist.
Vera Ellen I films, will open In her pretty person at the Blue ..JJSS w,ere eastern CIO poll- It even creeps Into the consciousness of his as-
Anirel Thursday.. Pletro Ploll, Londoner, sought a license to cJH^rfors-They had run Into
.manufacture ice cream with an alcoholic content; he was thum-.J^n*&ton to show them Just
bed down Jim Farley has been offered the post of campaign !how,AheiI "ectlon machinery the blasts, and then devoted an hour to the reel-
.ni facture ice cream with an alcoholic content; he was thum-.WMn8:ton to show them Just telling me that The Boss never read the bulk Of fairly secure
Ed down. Jim Farley has been offered the post of campaign now th e ir election machinery the blasts, and then devoted an hour to the reel- I think the guy got tired of trying to cope with
noise and bustle.
It has been seven years since Roosevelt died
and Truman took over. In that time he has re-
solved almost none of the problems that beset the
nation.
He has traded minor crises for sparring time,
and the Korean Imbecility is a prime example.
He has been President on his own for four years
and we still have no real, workable strength in
defense.
We have not approached a solution of our dif-
ferences with the Russians. We have not settled
our own economy.
An honest man himself, Truman can't or won't
keep his own little circle of friends honest.
If Harry quits it all now, he can leave the mess
sociates. One' of 'em Spent an evening recently to others, and retire with his historical place
tolerance for criticism and at the last they lose
nearly all power to assay themselves for good and
bad, competence and incompetence.
Truman's book, recently released, was a power-
ful sermon In self-approval by a man who could
not brook the suggestion that he mightn't be 100
percent right.
Truman's sensitivity to criticism, especially at
the hands of the press, has developed from a mild
Irritation at first to a perforating ulcer at the
last.
It has become pathologic. The intemperance of
mnaeer for 8en Richard Russell, who will remain In the Pres- worked. They were impressed tatlon of the commas, articles and conjunctions large affairs with small talents, and Just decld-
'identlal picture In the curriculum of the Glag Dog TRAIN-land ordered memoranda dls- of some obscure condemnatory piece I had writ- ed to quit when he was closer to winning than
'TOG School Is a course called "How to Introduce your dog to'Patched immediately to all state ten and almost forgotten. he'll ever be again.
televisionthe right and the wrong way."
Democratic oreniatlons.
Just about Ir- time Mr. Tru-
man prlvatelv nencilllng his
notes for thoe '--1 historic sen-
'a bigger guarantee than even Judy Garland drew$15,000 a tences of his Fmirday night
eek Judv averaged more than that, but she had to earn It. speech, the CIO's nptional editor
Betty Button, when she headlines the N. Y. Palace, will get
' *te#s*If *Itlflv &Y*Srfti7CQ
-itty gets it whether biz Is great or so-so, Indications, via sat down at a typwriter for .
the advance sale, promise it will be hot. But she will play only sentimental piece on Mr. Tru-
teur weeks Monte Pearson, who was a topnotch Yankee pitch-1 man.
> fe entering politics in Fresno County, Cal.. June Haver will j The President's recent res-
ilota Cardinal Bpellman's Eucharlstic Congress pilgrimage to ldence, Blalr House, has a back
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After Truman's Announcement
By Joseph and Stewart Alsop
WASHINGTON. One thing at least is clear ray, of Montana, the principal leaders in New
arcelona in June..Esther Ralston, the onetime screen star, ls,yard adjoining the CIO's na- bout President Truman's flat-voiced announce- York and New Jersey, and National Committee-
ment that he will not run again. man David Lawrence in Pennsylvania.
Perhaps by concert, perhaps by design, it puts Massachusetts, where Oov. Dever, the original
comeback by way of the TV door.. Earl Earl
, .lnger for Melvln Douglas, 1
Douglas role in a remake of "Nlnofchka
rytng for a comeback by way or ine rv aoor mn can tlonal headquarters,
frighton, a ringer for Melvln Douglas Is the choice for the we've waved and
FHM IS rOU" QU TH1 "APHS OWN COLUMN
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LOCKS GUARDS
s/hy is it necessary to have able bodied men for locks
I. when the Job could be handled by disabled veterans?
fjnien an arrest Is made or authority Is needed It is always
for the present guards to call a Canal Zone policeman.
In my personal opinion, any one-armed, one-legged or one-
man can handle this Job very satisfactorily.
Lift a gate pole, unlock a gate, talk on a telephone and
Identification badges, that Is about what the Job amounts
In moat cases, not that much.

A local rate man can do the tob for about one third the
to the taxoayer.
If it is so necessary to have a U 8 Rate man to do this
whv not let the 10-point disabled veteran have the Chance
The soldiers are doing the actual guarding In the first place.
A Very Cortos Taxpayer.
our kids
have waved to the President as
his limousine has swung up the
alley at the end of a hard day's
work at the White House, and
been pleased with a friendly
greeting from our Chief Exec-
utive... So as Harry 8. Truman
starts to move back to 1900
Pennsylvania Ave., we feel like
saying. 'So long, good neighbor.'"
The CIO's editor now will find
his nostalgic words prophetic.
Mr. Truman is moving away from
CIO. Who takes his place?
There Is no doubt that the
CIO Is tied to the Democratic
Partyexcept for possible de-
fections which can be expect-
ed If thr Republicans nominate
General Elsenhower. There is
also no doubt that In many
states the CIO's Political Ac-
tion Committee has been, and
is, the only effective campaign
machinery left to the Demo-
cratic Party. Certainly this Is
true In sections of New York,
New.Jersey. New England. Il-
linois, Michigan and points
west.
Certainly it is also true that
only one potential Democratic
nominee can swnlg the CIO into
action.
He is Illinois' Gov. Adlal Stev-
enson But he says he Is not a
candidate.
Yet the CIO is desperately
needed by the Democrats The
Party must have a labor ma-
chine
MERRY- GO- ROUND
If PMW PlAtiew
I
Drew Peal-son soyi: Nunen testimony i eet-rich-quick
tory; Ex-commissioner was careless with his own tax
returns; Nunan aave $3,000 cocktail party to enter-
rain federal officials.
WA8HDOTON"How to get rich while oiking for the
Evernment" might well be the title of the testimony given the
Dg tax-fraud subcommittee last week by Joe Nunan e*:Com,'
missioner of Internal Revenue, the man who one collected the
Only trouble with Nunan's sensational testimony was that
it was given behind closed doors. __ .
The public couldn't get the full benefit of the Nunan ob-
ject lesson in now to make, money while working for the gw-
Howver, this column is able to give the public a detailed
report of what happened. Here are the highlights;
1) Nunan's outside law fees and other outside income in-
creased from $13,08 to $77,450 while he was tax commissioner.
This was from 1944 to 1947.
2) Nunan attended a party given by racketeer Erankle Cot-
tello at the Copacabana night club, which Costello owns. Par-
enthetically, it should be noted that, after he left the gov-
ernment, Nunan turned up working for the night-club owners
of New York, of which Costello wss One.
8) Nunan threw a $3,000 cocktail party for Attorney Gen-
eral McOrath and Supreme Court Justice Tom Clark.
This was after he had left the government, and the .pur-
pose of the party was to introduce his law clients to MeOFreth
and Justice Clark. ...
STAR PROSECUTOR m ^
Star of the closed hearing was Adrian De Wind, the com-
e's crack counsel, who hammered at Nunan relentleeels'.
The ex-tax chief remained cool, however, politely refused to
answer when questions got too ticklish.
"While you were commissioner of Internal Revenue, you
continued to have a private law practice, did you not?" demand-
ed De Wind.
"That is correct," acknowledged the suave New Yorker.
De wind then read from Nunan's tax returns showing that
his law business brought in $13,308 in 1944, doubled to $27,000
in 1945, Jumped to $57,303 in 1948 and finally hit $77,480 to
1947the four years that Nunan served as Internal Revenue
Commissioner.
"Your income from your law business Increased substanti-
ally during the time that you were Commissioner of Internal
Revenue, did it not?" observed Congressman Robert Kean, New
Jersey Republican.
"Yes, sir," agreed Nunan.
"Why was that?" asked Kean.
"Because I guess we did more business, I cant say why,"
shrugged Nunan.
,7Dld you give any time to your law firm?" broke in Con-
gressman Ctrl Curtis, Nebraska Republican.
"No, sir, very little," Nunan replied.
"Did your firm ever handle any tax work at all?" asked
Congressman John Byrnes, Wisconsin Republican.
''Very little." Nunan replied.
"Did not they do tax work while you were Commissioner?"
insisted Byrnes.
"Yes, sir, They did some tax work," admitted Nunan.
"Did the income from that go into some of these legal feet
that you reported?" Byrnes demanded.
"Under the agreement slth the firm, it wasn't supposed to,
Mr. Congressman, explained Nunan.
"Did the only Federal practice of the firm consist of tax
practice?" De Wind interrupted.
"That would be, yes, I don't think they had anything with
any of the other government agencies," replied the former com-
missioner.
NUNAN'S OWN TAX RETURNS
The House probers were also critical of the slipshod way
Nunan made out his own tax returns while was tax.chief.
Under sharp questioning from DeWind, Nunan. admitted
that he hadn't bothered to itemise his expenses, contributions
and other deductionsthough the returns explicitly called for
itemized lists.
"Do you not think that a Commissioner of Internal Revenue
ought to carry out his own instructions?" needled Congressman
Byrnes. .,|kA-
"VbS, sir," meekly i agreed Nunan.
DeWind then explored Nunan's acquaintance with racket-
eer Prankie Costello.
"I have met him twice, yes, sir," admitted Nunan. On both
occasions, he explained that they had met at a New York bar
and had been introduced by mutual friends.
"You have never attended any party or dinner of other
affair given by Costello?" fired DeWind.
"Yes, I did," Nunan recalled. "I attended that dinner at
the Copacabana that was supposed to be given for the Salva-
tion Army."
- "It was while you were commissioner? pressed DeWind.
"Yes, sir," acknowledged Nunan. "I was invited to this par-
ty by, I think it was a man named Jim CConnel."
He identified O'Connel as an old friend in the construc-
tion business; also testified that no other federal officials had
attended Costellp's party.
$S,e0 COCKTAIL PARTY
As for Nunan's own party giving, he admitted shelling out
$8,191 for a fancy party for Attorney General McOrath and
Supreme Court Justice Clark at Washington's swank Statler
Hotel in October, 1949.
"The two federal officials were entertained and then the
firm and you invited your private clients to the dinner?" asked
DeWind.
"Yes. that Is right," agreed Nunan.
"And you and the law firm viewed that as entirely a bus-
iness expense?" pressed the counsel.
"Yes, sir," nodded Nunan.
"The party was designed to Increase the business of the
law firm?* asked DeWind.
"No, sir," denied Nunan. Then he admitted: "Well In a
certain respect It was; we had a good many of our clients there."
But when the committee started getting specific about the
cash in Nunan's safe-deposit box and details of his dealings, he
clammed up and claimed his Constitutional right not to an-
swer.
Meanwhile, a Federal grand Jury is still investigating him.
SIDE GLANCES
By Colbraiti
Oov. Adlal Stevenson, of Illinois, on a very hot pro-Stevenson professional, absolutely controls
spot indeed. 'he delegation, and Illinois, Stevenson's own
state, must also be listed, as may be the delegate
The really massive support of the big states Is strength of a big chunk of Ohio, and probably
most likely to go to Gov. Stevenson, provided he Minnesota and Missouri,
is even a mildly co-operative candidate. ___
Thus Mr. President has in effect abruptly fore- What this roster adds up to is the conclusion
ed Gov. Stevenson to decide whether to talk him- that Stevenson has much the best chance to get
self out of the Democratic nomination. the nomination, provided first that he wants it,
If only for history's sake, It Is at least worth and second that he does not spend the next three
recording the results of a careful natlon-wlde months with his foot practically permanently
survey of Stevenson's potential strength, which lodired in his mouth.
was conducted In part by President Truman's own The reasons for the President's personal deci-
reaueet and communicated to the President be- slon. long forecast In this space, hardly need be
fore he went off to Key West to make hli final set down again.
In deciding to withdraw, Mr. Truman has
The surveyors who were headed by Gov. Paul shown once more his curious knack of rising to
Dever of Massachusetts, one of the most astute big choices, often the very day after he has stum.
polltical professionals In the business, found bled over the smallest ones,
strong indications of the most powerful support x
for Oov Stevenson among Democrats in almost Since Mr. Truman kept even the Democratic
all Northern and border states, from Connecticut leaders who are closest to him (including Demo-
rlght across the country to Oregon. cratic Chairman McKlnney) on tenter-hooks of
^^ lingering uncertainty until the very last moment.
It la no use tabulating states, since the aitua- no one on earth can foretell the outcome of the
tion is infinitely too uncertain for anything of resulting turmoil in the Democratic party,
that sort but the leaders who have tentatively Especially If OOv. 8tevenson continues to be
indicated'Stevenson proclivities tell the story to coy the party professionals are quite likely to
anv politically practiced eye. nd themselves landed with Sen. Kefauver or
In Connecticut. Sena. McMahon and Benton are even Sen. Kerr. The announcements of other
on th list 80 ar the caieftlans of both factions candidates may also be expected in due course.
In Indiana. OoV'testa** Democratic Na- It is fairly easy to foretell on the other hand
tlonal Chairman McKlnney that the President's decision will at least
80 are Gov. Williams, of Michigan. an. Mur- strengthen the current Republican tendency.
leaders of the Federation are
going Republican.
The answer Is In the move be-
gun over the week-end. by tome
in CIO and the Administration
to force the Democrats to name
the CIO's man, whoever he might
It knows now it cannot count,be. as the Democrats' vlce-pret-
on the AFL. The second echelon ildential candidate.
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Senate
3 Miles
Votes To Give States
Of Offshore Oil Land
WASHINGTON, April (UP).The Senate pasted a bill yea-
frday to give the states control of the aubmerced landa for a
three-mile atrip offshore, with the Federal rovernment to have
control of the reat of the offshore continental shelf.
Th Tote was M to $5. ....
The Mil How goes back to the House which passed a dif-
ferent version earlier this year. '
The three-mile limit does not apply to a few states which
rlaim a greater atrip. It would be 10 miles for Texas and "three
marros leagues" for Louisiana.
The final Senate bill fell far
abort of administration de-
mands. It was substituted
earlier by Sen. Speasard L. Hol-
land (D-Fla.).
The margin on the final vote
and on all previous votes was
far less than the necessary two-
thirds' which would be needed
to override a Presidential veto
which may be forthcoming from
President Truman.
Tht final Senate bill would
give the atates undisputed title
to the three-mile offshore strip
In most states. They would not
receive any part f Federal re-
venues from the rest of the
continental shelf, as provided by
the House bill.
The action came after the
Senate rejected 41 to 36 a pro-
posal to act aside Federal in-
come from the oll-bearlng
tldelands for the nation's
schools.
The "oll-for-the-lamps-of-
educatton" amendment was said,
sponsored by Sen. Lister Hill wrong.
(D-Ala.) and 18 other senators.
The administration wanted
complete Federal control with
undisputed rights to resources
iu the entire submerged con-
tinental shelf.
The bill approved by the Sen-
ate Interior Committee, and re-
placed by Holland's substitute,
would have granted Federal
control but offered the states
SlYt per cent of the revenue
front the three-mile strip.
Three Presidential candidates
were, split two to one on the
lasue.-
Ben. Robert A. Taft (R-O),
fresh from his triumphs In Wis-
consin and Nebraska, supported
the move to give title to the
states.
So did Sen. Richard B. Rus-
sell (D-Oa.) an annouced De-
mocratic contender.
But Sen. Estes Kef sti-
ver (D-Tenn.), the Democra-
tic victor In the Wisconsin and
Nebraska primary contests,
favored Federal control.
The Supreme Court ruled In
1947 that the Federal govern-
ment had "paramount" rights
In California's tldelands. It
backed this up In two later de-
cisions applying to other states.
Taft, however, said the court
previously had held that the
states had title to their off-
shore lands and added there Is
nothing In the Constitution "to
Justify transfer" of the lands to
the Federal government.
"I can find no basis for the
Supreme Court's decision," he
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Russell said he voted aiainst
turning over the lands to the
state. In 1948 because the case
was then before the courts.
He opposed the education plan
as an Invasion of "states'
rights" and backed a plan to
give the states title to their
tldelands.
Kefauver supported the oll-
for-education plan and an "in-
terim" bill to provide for Fed-
eral administration of the tide-
lands for an Indefinite period.
This plan, sponsored by Sen.
Joseph C. O'Mahoney (D-Wyo.).
would have reserved 37>/2 per
cent of tldelands revenues to
the states. The remaining 62" a
per cent would have gone Into a
special treasury fund to be dis-
posed of later by Congress.
Holland led the attack on the
education plan.
He said It offered no guar-
antee that the states would keep
control of their educational sys-
tems. He called It an attempt to
"sugar-coat" a move to "en-
large and aggrandize the al-
ready too-large federal govern-
ment."
Benefit Dance Show
For Little League
Will Be Tomorrow
Opening lead4 3
A benefit dance reeVMi for
the Atlantic Little League will
be given In Margarita Club-
; house tomorrow night at 8 p.
m. under auspices of the Ruoff
j Studio.
Students of Mrs. Leo Ooulet
and Mrs. Robert Berger will take
part in 22 numbers, Including
a Hawaiian hula dance per-
formed by tiny tots.
The program will be staged
I In between the regular movie
showings at the clubhouse. It
It's unusual to raise your part- has been arranged by James J.
tier's suit with Just a single small Recela, business manager of the
trump, and It's even more unu- Atlantic Little League.
sual If that raise takes your Proceeds from the benefit
partner from a game to a Ham.> show will go towards expenses
Such a raise was quite properly', of the League's second annual
made by North in today's hand. testimonial dinner, which will
Soutti'a Jump takeout to three be held at the Elks Lodge April
diamonda was a force to game 28. :- "
and a hint at slam. His next bid, Tickets may be obtained from
a Jump to five diamonds. Indica- League officials, managing per-
ted that his suit needed no sup- sonnel or at the box office of
port from his partner. I the theatre.
South also declined to
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Maybe 59 Convention Delegates
NEW YORK, April 3 (UP)
Sen. Robert A. Taft swept to
victory In Wisconsin, Nebraska
and Tennessee yesterday in his
campaign to win the Republican
nomination por President.
In an overnight shift of
strength Taft picked up at least
43 and possibly 59 delegates to
the OOP convention 24 In
Wisconsin, 19 and probably 20
In Tennessee, and a possible 15
In Nebraska where the delegates
legally are unpledged.
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thread 51 Compass point
43 Annexes 53 River (Sp.)
44 Profound 54 Altitude (ab.)
rt Study In Orchids
South must have three or four
clubs and that he needed reas-
surance about that suit before,
he could venture to slam. Since I
North had the ace of clubs, he
could afford to carry on to lam.
West opened the three of clubs,
and declarer won In dummy The Canal Zone Library-
wlth the ace. He expected to Museum Is presenting a collec-
draw trumps and then give uo a tlon of orchid studies by Mrs.
club trick rather than risk a club Mollie A. Furdom.
finesse and a possible ruff. Some of the drawings are
unfortunately, the second shown In the small lighted ex-
rouna of trumps revealed the hibR case In the entrance of the
bad news. East had five of the Civil Affairs Butldi;; some in
missing six trumps, and was the mahogany case on the west
bound,to get a trump trick. wall of the lobby near the res-
"I thought your suit was so- taurant; and others In the large
lid." the dummy said proach- lighted exhibit case In the cen-
fuliy seeing declarer's eAscomf- tr of the lobby.
ture.'"So did I," muttered'Bouth.l All drawings are to scale, and
as he looked for a wav to recov-I most are in color. They range
er A few seconds later he set in size from large ornamental
out. on a wide-open play for the panels to minute watercolors
,l,m and Include, besides many of.
Abandoning the trumps, he led! the well known orchids of this ]
his tagleton spade and finessed' rea. one sketch representing an
dS3!awnP When that held, orchid discovered by Mrs. Pur-:
he discarded the ten of clubs on dorri and named for her. |
tht ace of soades and ruffed at The sketches will remain on,
nLii with thithree of dia- exhibit for the entire month.
3&7a2U& three In *^ ^ "ffiSv!
r v,rt. iiirrrttn ?-,?i and lerit?ie fourth i h" on display in the second
SL^SJf dnmiSv floor Reading Room a collection
h?t^H?^aat hart three. <* b00 on orchid culture.
trp.thnalheBkaSgho? ^S^" *"
while South had three trumps terested patrons,
and the queen of clubs. If East
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Taft backers promptly an-
nounced that the tide had
turned against Gen. Dwight
D. Elsenhower. But Eisen-
hower supporters in Paris said
the general was highly satis-
fled with the anti-Taft vote
In Wisconsin and Nebraska.
Taft easily outdistanced Har-
old E. Stassen and Gov. Earl
Warren of California in the
Wisconsin Presidential primary
and outpoint Eisenhower In a
Nebraska write-in vote without
stepping foot in the state.
Sen. Estes Kefauver of Ten-
nessee was an equally solid win-
ner in the Democratic races In
both states.
At Nashville, Tenn., mean-
while, Taft swept 19 of 20 no-
minating conveiion delegates at
the state GOP meeting. The
20th delegate, to be named at a
district meeting in May, also Is
expected to go to him.
Eisenhower backers led a
fight for at least one of the|
delegates at Nashville but lost,
out in the final decision.
Taft, In Washington, called
his Wisconsin triumph a "sub-
stantial victory" and said the
results in Nebraska prove that
any "ground swell" among
Midwestern voters favors him
as much as Eisenhower.
But Sen. Henry Cabot Lodge,
Jr., (R-Mass.), a top Elsen-
hower leader, said he was not
Impressed by Taft's showing.
The Ohio senator held a lead
of more than 10,000 write-In
votes over Elsenhower in Ne.b-
Redeemer Lutheran'raska with returns still rolling
In. Backers of both had waged
strong write-in drives but
neither Taft or Eisenhower vis-
ited the state to campaign.
In Wisconsin Taft captured
24 of 30 GOP convention de-
legates at stake in the race,
four more than his own advance
estimate of 20.
of some 14,000 votes over Sen.
Robert Kcrr of Oklahoma. Af-
ter Mr. Truman's withdrawal,
Kerr had anounced he was a
"full-fledged" candidate for
President. ,
Kefauver viewed the twin
victories as achievements
which will "help my cause
throughout the nation very
greatly. At the moment he hi
unbeaten in the three pri-
maries he has entered.
Taft, confronted by impres-
sive Elsenhower showings In
New Hampshire, Minnesota and
Maine, was at the cross-roads of
his political future when Wis-
consin and Nebraska voters
went to the polls Tuesday. Wis-
consin produced a record turn-
out of Just under 1,000,000
voters.
Of these Taft rolled up a vote
of 315,140 to 261,870 for Warren
and 166,449 for Stassen with
only a handful of remote pre-
cincts still uncounted.
More slgnlficnat from a stand-
point of winning the nomination
at the GOP national conven-
tion was his near-sweep of the
Wisconsin delegates.
Taft said that he now has
96 of the 1,205 delegates to the
GOP convention, not count-
ing Nebraska where the de-
legates are unpledged. Taft
conceded 40 delegates to
Eisenhower 25 to Stassen adn
six to Warren.
The Ohloan more than match-
ed Elsenhower's w r 11 e -1 n
strength in Nebraska, a test that
developed after the NATO gen-
eral's sensational showing In
Minnesota.
Nebraska backers of Taft pro-
claimed that the result has
thrown a "road block" In front
of the Elsenhower bandwagon.
The weird Nebraska primary
also produced a popularity vote
for vice-president In which
Stassen led over MacArthur and
Incumbent Alben W. Barkley.
In a blue-ribbon state race,
Nebraska Gov. Val Peterson
conceded the GOP long-term
senatorial nomination to In-
cumbent Hugh Butler.
Kerr, who only recently has
emerged as a Democratic Presi-
dential hopeful, conceded vic-
tory to Kefauver.
He said he had no present
plans for furthering his cam-
paign but added that he Is still
a candidate.
One-Story Cocoli
Building For Sole
A one-story frame building In
Cocoli formerly used by trw
contractor for the third locke
excavation la being offered for
sale by the Panama Canal
Company.
Bids for the structure will be
received In the office of the'
Superintendent of Storehouses
at Balboa up to 10:10 a. m.
April 15.
The building is No. 1062 and
Is about 1,125 feet north of the
First Street entrance to Coeoll
and about 300 feet east of Bruja
Road.
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Church To Confirm
6 Children Sunday
A group of six children and
seven adults will be received In-
to membership of the Redeemer
Lutheran Church of Balboa
through Confirmation.
Rev. Herbert T. Bernthal an-
nounced that the Confirmation
ceremony will take place on
Sunday, during, the regular
morning .service at 10:15.
The children's class will be
given a public examination in
the .(Chief, Christian doctrines
tomorrow everting in the Lu-
theran Service Center begin-
ning at 7 p. m.
Saddle Club Backs
BaiiroomjYouth Recreation
7:3^reviewibbon BPORT8|At Pedro Miguel
7:45-Jam Session Recreational activities esoe-
8:00 World News and Com-,claI1y ior children. Including
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8:15Arts and Letters (VOA) rides, and refreshments will be I Tennessee
8:30Radio University (VOA) continued at the Pedro Miguel
8:45Commentator's Digest baseball stadium until April 13.
(VOA) These activities, originally
9:00Emma (BBC) sponsored by the Pedro Miguel
9:30Take It from Here (BBC) Civic Council, have been taken
Warren took the other six de-
legates In a strong second-
place showing that presumably
was geared, in part, to his bid
for Eisenhower votes.
Stassen was a poor third in
both states and failed to win a
soingle delegate in Wisconsin,
despite his offer to split any he
captured with Eisenhower. In
Nebraska he was the only Re-
publican on the ballot except
lor an unknown "standln" for
Gen. Douglas MacArthur.
Kafeuaver bested two pro-
Truman candidates In Wiscon-
sin. Mr. Truman's possible
strength dwindled when the
Chief Executive announced he
would not run.
In the more significant Neb-
raska Democratic race, the
senator held a lead
10:00HOTEL EL PANAMA
10:16Musical Interlude
10:30Moonlight Mood
11:00The Owl's Neat
12:00Sign Off
Friday, Apr. 4
A.M.
discarded, south would ruff with M e Comfort Wearina
the fire of diamonds and give up ,YIBr' ~ """I?.
FAL5E letTM
hi queen of clubs at the end
If Bast ruffed. South would
discard the queen of clubs at 'JS*vx! CISfort'VAffi
once and Wtmld make the rest Of | Improved powdr. nrlnklaf) on upper
the trido with good trump. Ini* f fu. hold thm nnr*
eltter ease declarer was bound
to telescope his losing club and
rT"tii7 tiV.t" rma ~VX odor" (danrura braath). Gt FAS-
MS losing, trump into JUSt one rtzTH today it any drug (tor*.
losing; trick.
that they fel mor comfortable No
tummy, sooty, pu
alfcajtoa (non-aeM)
ty taita or failing It
Dot net tour Chtcka
6:00Sign On and Alarm Clock
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7:30Request Salon
8:15 News (VOA)
8:30 Morning Varieties
8:45 Music Makers
9:00News
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9:30As 1 See It
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11:00News
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2:45Battle of the Bands
3:00All Star Concert Hall
3:15The Little Show
3:30Music for Friday
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4:30 What's Your Favorite
6:00Linda's First Love Cla.
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6:15Request Salon
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7:30Sports Review
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8:00News, Commentary
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Ack-Ack Flyboys
To Celebrate
Organization Day
over by the Pacific Saddle Club,
I a community organization for
promoting riding and good
sportmanshlp for children.
The 38th Radio Controlled
U.. Airplane Target Detachment
nitV LOdqe MeetS 6 5th Antiaircraft Artillery
' a i Group, will come down to earth
Unity Lodge No. 1084. IBPO! tomorrow to celebrate their an-
Elks of W., will hold It* regular nul Organization Day.
Instruction session at the Pa-
raso Lodge Hall tomorrow, at
7.30 p. m.
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Miss Ocelot of 1952, Dora
Welch of iGatun, will reign over
{he festivities at Fort Clayton
as the ack-ack flyboys take and
afternoon off to celebrate three
years of harassing the 65th
Group's antiaircraft gunners.
Included in the afternoon's
festivities will be the presenta-
tion to Miss Ocelot of photo-
graph album of pictures taken
on the Group's Orgnlzatlon Day
last January.
The Target Detachment is
presently stationed at Fort A-
mador and Is commanded by
1st Lt. Melvln Hoist.'
Another Conducted
Tour Of Experiment
Gardens Planned
Another conducted tour of
the Canal Zone Experience Gar-
dens at Summit will be held
from 9 to 11 a m. Saturday
! mornlg.
Because of the oncoming
rainy season, when tours can-
not be held, the one Saturday
morning may be the last this
year.
The Gardens have a large sup-
ply of gloxinias and caladiums
which are in full bloom. They
are on sale at both the Mount
Hope and Balboa Sales Stores,
as well as, at Summit.
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"Where ere the baseball mod-
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ote generation ag0?" the Immor-
tal TyCobb asks.
two entire tribes start htone-
throwrng, the Society adds.
"these warriors are athletes.
Their ability to throw and run is
beyond question. All they need
to round out their game
Are the scouts overlooking l^ross or two of baseball bats per
good prospects? Baseball's "ivo-
rv" hunters have beaten the
bushes in recent years deeper
and farther than ever before.
They have come up with promis-
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Rico Venezuela, Mexico. Cana-
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Two men quarrel. They strip
to the waist bv wrapping the
wpper ends of their white cot-,,
ton robes around their mid-
dles. Each man takes his place
within a small circle marked
around him in I he -and. The
tvn.aimaa.are some yards a-
BejtiW'Wc* man and within
hls^ireie ls*placed a large pile
of stones about the size of base-
balls. Each takes a stone In his
throwing hand. At a starting slg- ,
nal" they let fly at each other, i
nd then Iceep up a continuous
volley of stones.
They may dodge or catch the
flvine stones, but branded as a,
;oward is the first to steD out of 1
fits circle In retreat. That the
fights are fierce goes without
saving when one knows that
with these people running and
throwing are developed to sucn
a fine art that they pursue Ibex
-?-mountain goats Into the crags
and kill them with stones.
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The Commander-in-Chlef of the Caribbean Command,
Major-Gen. Horace L. McBride, and Ms. McBride will be the
honortii ,urts tomorrow evening at a reception to be given
at 1 lim. in the Army-Navy Club at Fort Amador by '
the
Rotary Club Meets
The Panama Rotary Club met
today lor Its weekly luncheon
meeting at the Hotel El Panama.
Quest speakers were Mr. Raul
de Roux and Mr. Pablo Abad.
Comr.iu;>dii.g General, United States Army, Caribbean, Ma-
Jo.-t.cn. Later J. Whltloek, and Mr. Whltlock.
Mr. Obson To Be Resident Here
Mr. rioderie A. Olsson of Bel-
mom Mtjs., arrived Monday a-
board the S.8. Ancon from New
York to make his home on the
Isthmus with his lon-m-law and
daughter. Mr. and Mrs. C. W.
Chase, Jr.. of Ancon.
Miss Wood Honored At Picnic
Miss Ruth Wood of Memphis,
Tenn., who Is the house guest of
her brother and alster-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest L. Wood of
Gamboa, was the guest of honor
at a picnic Saturday at the lo-
cal 595 Club on Chiva Chiva
Trail Hosts were Mr. and Mrs.
H. C. Anderson. Mr. and Mrs.
W. B. Hall and Mrs. Mary Blrn-
batimer.
Among the guests were: Mr.
and Mrs. Wood, Mr. and Mrs.
Silas Woodruff. Mr. and Mrs.
Dean Colston. Mr. and Mrs. R.
O. Hanner. Mr. and Mrs. A. R.
Lombrola, Mr. and Mrs Jack
Logsdon. Mr. Norman Rocker,
Shlrlev Carrillo, Mrs. Em-
Tlckets are $1 and may be pur-
lee Show To Open Tonight
A musical Ice skating how,
"Holiday On Ice," will be pre-
sented tonight at 8:30 In the
chased at the door or from'any,01*"^ Stadlum_
ClUThempubllcris cordially Invited AMlliwy "**
to attend.
Morning Guild To Meet
Tomorrow
The Morning Guild of the Ca-
thedral of St. Luke In Ancon
will meet tomorrow morning at
9:30 at the home of Mrs. Ray-
mond T. Ferris (next to the ca-
thedral) for continuation of the
program on Brazil.
The group will also work on
plans for the Spring Festival to
be given April 19 at the Morgan
Gardens under auspices of the
Cathedral of St. Luke.
Members planning to attend
are asked to bring articles for
the white elephant sale, which
will be a part of the, festival.
Tuesday
The Woman's Auxiliary of the
Pedro Miguel Union Church will
hold Its regular meeting next
Tuesday at 9:30 a.m. in the
church. Light refreshments will
be served following the meeting.
All women, especially those
who are new m the community,
are extended a cordial lnviUi.o.i
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"Most Outtsanding Mother"
Still To Be Selected
ISTHMIANS STAY NEAT WITH STA-NEET
Isthmians are making friendsjsonal hygiene of men ani wom-
with a new and revolutionary!en even more than the razor
hair-cutting comb, Sta Neet, blade, originally.
which allows men and women to
cut their hair without any out-
side help.
Mothers also can cut children's
hair at home with ease and ab-
solute cleanliness.
By means of a razor blade at-
tachment, Sia-Neet cuts as It
EXPEDITER Sen a t e GOP
leader Styles Bridges of New
Hampshire tells House subcom-
mittee that his sole Interest in
liquor dealer Hyman H. Klein's
$7.000,000 tax case was a desire
"to encourage quick and pro-
per action." He claimed he did
not know Klein personally.
RUTH MIUETT Says
NEW YORK, April 3 (USISI
Extensive celebration of Pan
American week, beginning with'combs, easily and quickly, leav-
Pan American Day on April 14, mB, the hair neat and well-
Names of candidates for the is planned In the United States shaped.
- Most Outstanding International this year. I
'Mrs. Ger-'Mother of 1952" are still being, Public schools and Unlveral-I Enthusiasts of this unusual
accepted by Mrs. Patsy Ryan,,ties, civic and Inter-American new pr0duct predict that Sta-
Box 427, Cocoli, phone Balboa groups from coast to coast will Neet wm revolutionize the per-
Miss Norine Rathgeber 11947, and by Mrs. Ruppel. Box .join In celebration -
ma Jane Payne and
trude Gibson.
Returns To Texas
E^^^^^^S^^^^^- M Up Your Hearts
which an-
commemorate the his-1
Amerl-
In announcing the failure of
her fourth marriage a Holly-
wood actress recently said: "I'll
resume my life where I left It
eight months ago."
That is what a lot of women
who contemplate divorce think
they can doresume their life
where they left it when they
married,
But it can't be done. There's
no go'ng back, one can only go
forward.
It's the woman who thinks
Make "our floors shine this easy way I
use GLO-COAT-
stays brifkt
4 times iMfti
SFsn! K^7^i>^Vf,^^ 3* P- American Society In
K""y Air Force Base. I Women's Clubs and the General
Purlng her vacation here she Federation Council of Interna-
ls the guest of her mother,' tional Clubs will honor the chos-
Mrs. Nora E. Rathgeber and en mother,
family at Diablo.
M'Mred Ann I.anrley
Jo'ns "Stork Cm*-"
S-8ergeant and Mrs. Edward
A Langlev of Pedro Miuel an-
nounce the birth of their first
child, a dpnghter. Mildred Ann.
on March 29.
Ser*nt Lanelev is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. William J. Lang-
1c of Elder? do. Arkan'as. He Is
with the 408th Ordnance at Co-
ronal.
His wife Is the former John
Hall, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank A. Hall of Balboa.
Easter Sunrise Service
To Be Held In Balboa
Easter sunrise worship services
will be held Sunday, April 13, at
6:10 a.m. on the steps of the Ad-
ministration Building. The La
Boca High School alumni cho-
rus, directed by Miss Emily
Butcher, will sing. Also partici-
pating In the worship services
will be the 71st Army Band.
York has announced as
speaker for its annual Pan
American, Day luncheon the
Ambassador of Mexico to the
United States Rafael De La
Colina. The luncheon also will
honor the Latin American con-
sular corps in New York. Their
spokesman for Pan American
Day greetings will be Julio Fer-
nndez Dvlla, Consul General
of Per.
In Washington, Colombian
Ambassador CiDrlano Restrepo ,
Jaramillo and his wife will be evil is not going to triumph for- riOOf rlGfiS
honor guests at a Pre-Pan ever. God's faithful children are
American
(A Lenten feature of The Pan-
am American .prepared by the
Rev. M. A. Cookson, Episcopal
Church of Our Saviour, New
Cristobal.)

GOD AS JUDGE
"Our God shall come, and shall
not keep silence.. that He may
Judge His people." Bead Psalm
50.
One thing we can be sure of,
New Protestant
Chaplain At Kobbe
Fort Kobbe welcomed t new
Protestant Chaplain with the
arrival of Captain John M.
MacGregor, last week, aboard
the USNS General George W.
Goethals.
Chaplain MacGregor arrived
from Fort Mammouth, N. J
He Is a former infantry cap-
tain who was drafted in 1941;
saw combat in the Pacific, 1941-
1942; received a commission
from Officer Candidate School she can go back who Is 111-pre-
at Fort Benning, Oeorgla; and I pared to make a success of liv-
rosff to the rank of Captain,' ing.
serving until 1946. I or by assuming that she can
Recalled to active duty, he.be the same person she was be-
was allowed to complete his!'* an ffl^SSJFSlflStttt
theological studies in June.PA "P H',wh*fr*./? 'Lii
1961. His requested transfer to e g$ p ifjg0* *?|
the Chaplains' Corp was grant- Jt %JSsomething
ed, and Captain MacGregor at- {rom her marriage fatlure.
tended Chaplain s School at The worrran who figures that
Fort Slocum, New York, In there is no way out for her but
Keep your tile, linoleum or wood ifeon
bright and gleaming with Johnson's Gl
Coat It's so easy to use! Just apply~i-
driea in twenty minutes to a beautiful
durable finish.
And now Glo-Coat is positively water*
repellent) Even when you spill things,
they wipe away without marring the shlnel
Save moneybuy larger sixes. Get won-
derful water-repellent Glo-Coat today!
JOI NSON'S GLO-COAT
August, 1951.
'Minimum' Duplex
> p,ucovo s*v ** DTCI. UIAIO miWUUI ITIIifUiril A1C ^SV -- .
...rlcan Day luncheon this going to be vindicated. The world KJnW On DfCnlflV
The Armed Forces chaplains|Week, to be given by the Sorop-^ls not going to be left to rot of its, '^WTr N"1 "-K,**7
of the Pacific Sector will sponsor tomlst Club, a woman's organ-.own corruption. Our Lord is com-1
the services. Ilzatlon. The Ambassador willjing again. "We believe that thou' Floor plans for proposed
-------- !speak on "Women of Colombia shalt come to be our Judge." The "minimum" duplex houses
divorce must, if she is to work
out a satisfactory life for her-
self, admit that she can't go
back to what she was.
SHE MUST GO FORWARD
right will be Justified.
Mrs. Alemn Entertains at Tea
Mrs. Alfredo Alemn. Jr., of El
Coco del Mar was hostess to a
group of her friends on Tuesday
afternoon at a tea given in hon-
or of Mrs. Carlos Cooke, wife of
the secretarv of the Argentine
Embassy in Rio de Janeiro, who
plans to leave In the near future
for Brasil.
-------- |sM
Diana Marie Bembenek
Celebrates Fourth Birthday
Mr. and Mrs. Ted J. Bembe-
nek entertained on Tuesday at
their home in Curundu with a
party In honor of the fourth an-
niversary of the birthday of
their daughter, Diana Marie.
Celebrating with Diana was
her brother. Teddy and her sis-
ter, Tereslta. Friends attending
the party Included Susie and
Butch Wllks, Billy Carpenter,
Rene and Tony Jankus; Linda
Stevens, Emperatriz Valentin,
Judy Bolar, Slugger Stanley.
Elizabeth and Mary Jean Man-
grun; Jimmy and Eugene Trib-
ute; Cito Talbott, Rebecca and
Linda Fussell; Hazel and Riba
Kirk; Luisa and Annie Critch;
Lorraine, Jerry and Baby Wor-
shan; Arllne, Donald and Har-
old Olmstead.
Shirley MacDonald. Jeanette andj
Arlene Hannberg; Ginny Beaty,
Gregory and Zachary Mlchaelis;
Beverlv Mahone, Regina Gaspe-
ry, Lilly Luddy. Anita Aldrlch,
Annabelle Sanchez, George O'-
Masta, Jimmy Hicks, Jane and
Rold Bendlxen," Robertlto An-
guizola, Jr.; Barbara Lutt, Baby
Moore, the Allen children, the
Davis children, the Nlnek chil-
dren, the Thomas children, the
Walker children, the Rooks chil-
dren and others.
Benefit Card Party April.25
The Balboa Woman's Club will
sponsor a card party Friday, A-
prll 25. at the American Legion
Club at Fort Amador for the
benefit of charity and the Malt-
land Twin Fund. The Maltland
twins, who were born at the Pa-
lo Seoo Leper Colon two years
ago, have been provided for
through the contributions of the
club.
Door prizes will be awarded
and refreshments will be served.
She has to go right on from
where sne Isa woman whose
marriage has failed whether by
her own fault or because she
chase unwisely In the first place.
Either way, she should be will-
lng to learn from the experi-
ence. And she should be smart
enough to know that life won't
let her go back for a really fresh
, start,
are Harvard and Bostn univer- i Father, as ever-ready Friend, as The houses, smaller than the' it will let her go on, perhaps
The dlsolav table held several sities, the Massachusetts In-(the good Shepherd, omitting from duplexes now being built, are sadder, but it Ls to be hoped wis-
nr-hirts m whipti Mr R J Ma-'stltute of Technology, and their mind the persistent Biblical designed to provide the same er, for what she has learned.
5'" "'.;, hripfiv hefore alvina; I Wellesly and Smith Colleges for emphasis en the awful Judgments general facilities as kn the larger, if she isn't that realistic shd
tii nn,%rtlinM hvbrids and women. Several hundred stu- of the God who ls osvereign Lord; houses but on a amallen scale, may go from one marriage to
I dents from Latin America are of His creation. land consequently, at a lower anotheralways kidding herself
JjGod Is a rlgjJteous Opd, strong rental.. Plans show the houses Into- thinking that she can gol)
Orchid Society Has Meeting n business today."
The Canal Zone Orchid 8ocle-1 several institutions of higher
ty met Tuesday evening at the learning In the area of Boston,
Jewish Welfare Board Center In in Massachusetts, will join in a
Balboa with 21 members and i two-day Pan American obser-
guests in attendance. vanee, April
available for Inspection until
tomorrow afternoon at the of-1
Sometimes people dislike the fice of the Housing Manager in]
Christian affirmation that Ood is each U. S.-rate community, it
our eternal judge They would was announced yesterday after-
prefer to think of film as loving noon at Balboa Heights.
TRY BIRD'S EYE QUICK-FROZEN
CONCENTRATED ORANGE JUICE1
READY IN 45 SECONDS-JUST
ADD BACK COLD WATER AND
STIR OR SHAKE HARDI BEST
JUICE YOU EVER TASTED1
a talk on seedlings, hybrids an
the propagation of back bulbs.
A miniature-orchid, so tiny
that a magnifying glass was ne-
cessary to see the bloom, was
shown to the group by Mr. Hen-
ry Butcher of Gatun.
Mr. A. Ben ton won the door
prize.
Altar Rosary Society
To Receive Communion
The Altar Rosary Society will
receive Communion In a body at
the 8 a.m. Mass Sunday at St.
Mary's Church In Balboa.
Balboa Woman's Club To Meet
The regular meeting and
morning coffee of the Balboa
Woman's Club will be held next
Wednesday at 9 a.m.. at the Jew-
ish Welfare Board Center.
Election of officers for th*
coming year will'be held. All
members are requested to be
present.
Girls' State Program
To Begin Tomorrow
The American Legion Auxiliary
will open this year's session of
Girls' State at Fort Davis tomo--
row.
Fifty girl have been selected
from the Junior classes of Cristo-
bal and Balboa High 8chools as
delegates. Their selection was
based on their high average in
leadership, character, courage,
honesty, scholarship, cooperation
and physical fitness
The session will last until April
10.
American Legin Auxiliary
To Meet
The regular monthly meetlnp
of the American Legion Auxiliary
Unit No. 1. will be held Tues-
day at 7:30 p.m. at the American
Legion Home.
Chairmen are requested to
bring their annual reports to be
read at the meeting.
arft patient arfi'Ood provoked in two and three bedroom
every day. God ls very patient, Sjons
studying.in the Boston institu-
tions.
The Pan American Societies
in the states of Florida and but there Is a limit to His pa-
Texas will sDOnsor programs in.tlence-
which schools and civic groups
will participate. In New Orleans.I. He has graciously given us men
International House will honor,the prlvUegs, offinding supreme
the rnnsnior rnrns nf the cltv Jy 'n working with Him towards
at an? onen housl andI recw-l*ne fulfillment of His plans and
fiL snrti i? purposes; and He will Judge us
On Ui^West Coast of the'wlth compassion, yet with abso-
Commerce In Portland, Ore., has
The public Is invited to view
the plans and Indicate their
reaction to the housing man-'
ager.
WIFE MUSCLES IN
ver-' back to what she was and make
a really fresh start.
Life never lets any of us go
back to what we were. But It is
good enough to let us grow
through our mistakes and mis-
fortunes if we will face up to
the fact that there Is no going
back, but only going on.
announced
forum for
an
Pan
Inter-American
American Day.
Card Of Thanks
For the kind sympathy and all floral offerings
extended to as In the passing of the late
HARVEY W. PARKER JR.
I express my heartfelt thanks.
Mrs. LILLIAN PARKER
JUST UNPACKED...
SKIRTS
They have that gay sun-loving look!
Latest styles! Latest fabrics I
2-Piece COTTONS too!
No. S 89th Street Vista del Mar
like Your Coffee
ffKOHM
in which we have served or fail-
ed to serve.
He judges us every day, ap-
praising us for what we are
Like Your Coffee
MEPfU/VI?
some Like miU I
You can all
eemoGemeR
mm
wnhlfitmfois
instant coffee l
plan.
What Is the standard of Judg-
ment that God will use? A great
saint has told us: "At the end, we
shall be Judged by our love."
BETTER WRITING NEEDED
HARTFORD. Conn. (UPiThis
city's taxpayers are losing money
because policemen aren't follow-
ing the letter of the law legibly.
As many as 1,500 $1 parking tags
are thrown out a month by au-
thorities who can't read the of-
ficers' handwriting.
FORT WORTH. Tex (UP)-By arJk Com fup7 I
the time a Ray Crowder ambu- ,J'A*j?E^ ni foTJ,J7. wo
lanr* nrrlvpd at an accident ^eld County dairy farmers have
scene, toe vletto i4? gone!% a "better idea of what happens
tendants learned that Mrs. Ray from the time a cow is fed until
Crowder, wife of their boss, had It is milked. They held a meeting
' which a movie was shown de-
the inner-workings of a
hospital. 'cow's stomach.
for th bewt in rang iuicej
One e-oi. tin
k 6 full gloiw
Featured In
your Commissary.

worth He will Judge us at the end ga^nedw^yheTp^raonal car at whicl
tveyboty &a IHE VALUE TO TOP
ALL VALUES I
hew m m 'mm'!
HEW ill A OK NET inHBOHETIH !
HEW HYB-MTIC SU PEN MIVE
HEW BM HYDMLI0 STEEHIHBI
My family calls
a Magician...
... and am I proud! Kverytlme
John, or one of the children,
compliments me on my meals,
Tm the happiest girl in the
world. But there's really no
trick to It at all! Just before I
married John, my mother gave
me this sound advice: "A aecret
of good eating la varietyand
you can ret variety by servins;
Campbell's Soups." And how
right Mother was!
There are so many different
kinds of"soup to choose (rom:
all of them extra-dellclous and
extra-nourishing. Invigorating
meat-stock soups, smooth pu-
rees and soupi with many lus-
cious garden vegetables. I found
I could serve a different soup
every day for week!
John raves about my meals to
his friends at the office, and
often brings one or two of them
home for dinner. Unexpected
guests, of course aren't half so
much a problem when your
shelves are well-stocked with
Campbell's Soups. I simply
choose the soup best suited to
the occasion. And now, John
tells me. Us office friends, too.
call me a metfciauel
Z/v*..Hic SwDrimm* CUT H,*mMt .WtM .,.* m mmm mm.
fpiiwM. mmmmtm, mU rim aW mmfm *m mlmmm m*im.
Compare it feature for feature, fact for fact, with any ear near its class!
OUemobile alone has the "Rocket" Engine! 160 Bashing horsepower
new Quadri-Jet Carburetornew high-lift valves! Look over the Body
by Fkher, the styling and trim by OMsmobile a perfect blending of
roomy comfort and smartly tailored style! The "drive" is OUemobile
Hydra-Matic Super Drive*quicker, smoother than ever this year
with new "Super" Range.. The steering is new GM Hydraulic*tops
Car aafety, far handling ease! Compare OMsmobile'* dashing new Super
"88" with any car. You'll discover you can't match it... far VALUE!
UlKEf
QLDSMQBILE
Sll YOUR NEAREST OLDSMOIILI DEALER
PANAMA AUTOS, S. A.
Ave. Justo Arosemena y Calle 30
(Near Olympic Swimming Pool)
Panam, R. P.
Ave. Melndez y Call*
Coln, R. P.
10


fem PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
THURSDAY, APRIL 8, lWt
You Sell em...When You Tell em thru P.A. Classifieds!
I eave your Ad with one of our Agents or our Offices u No. 57 "H" Street
No. 12,179 Central Ave. Colon
Panama
tewis Service
** Tivoli Ave.Phone 2-2281, and
Morrison's
Fourth of July Are.Phont 3-9441
Saln de Belleza Americano
#56 West 12th 8treet
Carlton Drug Store
10,059 Melndez Ave.Phone 155 Coln
Agencia Internacional de Publicaciones Propaganda, S.A.
#8 Lottery Plaza Phone 2-3199 "H" Street comer Estudiante St
Phones 2-2214 and 2-279*
9W
Minimum for 12 words.
3c. each additional word.
FOR SALE
Household
SALE:
- Bamboo house bar.
Hojte No. 0429, Apt. A, Frar.&-
i Street, Ancon._________
fort"'SALE:One *Trigjdoire'' Re-
r frij-ajrotor, 7 eu. feet. Price $150.
I3ti Street. House No. 18, San
Fror(cisco. Tel. 3-2681.
FOR SALE
Automobile
MISCELLANEOUS
FOR 5ALE:Thor washing mochine
recently overhauled. 60 cy., $60.
Also; studio couch spring, $15.'Next door to the Firestone Building
Service Personnel and Civilian
Government Employe*
b safe
for your Automobile Financing
Imiit M
Government Employes Finsnc Co.
of
Fort Worth, Texas
new office at
43 Automobile Raw
Tel., Pcnomo 3-2793, No.
Via Espaa, Chalet No. 2.
212
FOR SALE: General Electric Refri-
gerators, woshing mochines, radio
receivers, mixers, tooster, woffle
irons and clocks
at
HOGAR MODERNO
1C4 Central Avenue 104______I
FOR SALE:Westinghouse Loundro-,
mat washing machin, excellent
condition. 60 cycle. Beit offer will
, p.-evoll. Box 262, Albrook.
tOR SALE:3 piece Reed livingroom
set. innersprlng cushions, $40.
Upholstered rocking chair, $5.00.
Two Quart' Master mahogany
rockjng hairs, $1.50 each. Tel.
Gamboa 6-320. House 125-A,
Gorr-boa. |
olso through your outo dealer
We sove you money on
Financing and lnsurcr.ce
also direct loons on outomobile*
AGENCY DIHLIN6IR
PlMMjMfAM________________8-498S
FOR SALE:Buick 1950 black se-
danette. Dynoflow, radio. Nylon
covers, excellent condition, duty
free. Call Cristobal 3-1547 even-
ings.
~UMD~CAM_
Finest b LOWEST
PRICED ears In town!
CIVA. S. A.
Yevr Cadillac Pontiac Dealer.
194 OWsmobile Z-door Se-
dan. This car sure has ev-
erything-. Seat coTers, radio,
rain venta, spotlights, at a
Terr (rood and reasonable
orlce. For sale at Smoot v
Hunnlcutt. S.A. 16th Street
pentrnl A Coln Te
FOR SALE
Real Estate
1952 PONTIAC 1952
SAVI MONEY! Orear your new car
DIRECT SHIPMENT far delivery
In ten eeyi. Why buy off-thc floor
any pay a lot mere?
Also IMMEDIATE New York
deliveries
S* u* today!
CIVA. S.A.
Your Cadillac Pontiac Dealer.
Da yea Have a aWaklnt area lean?
Writ* AleaaiaHr Aaenyaieas
la* 20JI Anean C. X.
TRAVEL OPPORTUNITY: Enjoy
your vacation in cool Costo Rico.
Fly LACSA. PAA offiliote. only
$35.00 round trip. Inquire Pan-
ama Dispatch, Tel. 2-1655, across
from Ancon bus-stop.
WARnTnO. In regord to the raf-
fle of a "Catalina" Pontiac which
the PANAMA GOLF is holding on
Sunday, April 6, 1952, the public is
hereby advised that for the winning
ticket to be valid legally, the stubs
of the corresponding book showing
ticket as sold must be in the hands
of the Club's Treasurer precisely at
fhe exact time of the lottery drawing.
PANAMA GOLF CLUB. INC.
RESORTS
CASINO SANTA CLARA
DANCE.
Music by Casino Aces. Make your re-
servations early. Saturdoy, April
5th and 12th.
Santo
Phillip*. Ocsonside com
Clara. Box 43. Balboa.
Panama 3-1877. Cmteeal i- 1673
SPEND EASTER SUNDAY
at
CASINO SANTA CLARA
with
Azcarrogo & His Orchestra
Make your reservations early.
Eoster orders for baby orchids deliv-
ery anywhere United States taken
until April 8th. Local orders until
April 12th. Bouquets, corsages for
all occasions. Telephone Orchid
Garden. Panama 3-0771. Atlantic
Side, Cristobal 1033.______
Panama needs badly moderate Amer-
ican-European Restaurant. Aus-
trian cook is looking for a leose,
rent Or partnership proposition.
Fronk Hanel, Hotel El Carmen,
Plaza Santa Ana. Panama.
Visit Santo Claro, Rio Mar, and other
beach resorts, with our Mercedes-
Benz air conditioned buses. Sofest
and most luxurious. We pick up
passengers onywhere. For reserva-
tions and additional information,
call Ponama 2-4859.
I FOR SALE: English Austin late
1949 model, excellent condition,
tax paid. Fully insured. Phone
796. Colon.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Bendix. gyramotic
washer with Spindrler, 60 cycle.
Never used! Albrook 6100 or
2206.
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OFFERS STRUCTURE FOR SALE
For r,al* to the highest bidder Build-
ma Np. 1062. Cocoli. Sealed bids
will be received in the office of Su-
t.-mrer.-fenr of Storehouses at Bal-
BL until 10:30 a.m.. April 15.
YP52, -when they will be opined in
pc'ol'c. Fem of proposal with full
particulars* may be secured in the
ftices of Superintendent of Store- i
. ^JS"irt*T"Plausing Manoger at i
Pedro Miguel. ^."
(OR SAiE:Farm, next to highwoy. I
with oil conveniences, high, Diesel j
plant, well with electric motor, I
large- water tank, reinforced con-(
cete. river and dom, lots of fruit,
tree* more than 4 hectares of land
ond ;*ily 20 minutes to the ferry.!
For information telephone 3-1658.
FOR SALE:1947 Ford Tudor, six
low mileage, $750.00 on best of-
fer. Must sell. House 357, Apt. 2,
Mamie Place, Ancon.
FOrTsALFT: 1948" Chevrolet, 4 door
Sedan, excellent condition. Call
Eves, Locono D-11-1. Tel. 3232.
FOR; SALE: 1948 ChevfWet Styl*-
masfer, 4 door, Sedan. Perfect
condition, $950. S/Sgt. Chambers.
Tel. 6174. Albrook.
FOR SALE:Greot quantity of pre-
cious Gladiolos In seven different
colors. Jardn Berta. 12th St. West
No. 43. Tel. 2-1581.
FOR SALENC 46 Receiver. General
Electric 3 band radio, electric
broiler, iron, stroller, leaving. Must
sell. 620-D, Cocoli.
t!***Oi.
the
Here it the barA rood
used 1949 Chevrolet 4-door
Styline Deluxe, in perfect
condition, fife good tires,
body in excellent shape,
?ery low mileage. Only this
week for sale at Smoot y
Hunnicutt, S.A. 16th Street
^ntrw^v^njlnr^>^n(K
tact
.TJs
t P.F
. Ft,
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OFFERS VEHICLES FOR SALE
Sealed bids will be received until
10:30 O.m., Abril 10, 1952, for two
sedans, two sideseater trucks and one
pick-up truck located at the Gatun
Garage. For information and inspec-
tion contoct Mr. R. W. Erickion
Cristobal, telephone 3-2157. Bid
rl forms may be obtained frcm the
.C. Ford Company 'D. above source, or from office Super-
WANTED
H" Miscellaineoiip '
^^RbD: Completely furnished
oportrhent, nice neighborhood, for
American fomily, no children. Con-
Kobbe 84-6121.
rVorM Health Day
fetervance Monday
WA8SINOTON. April 3 'USIS>
Americans will observe the
rth anniversary or the World
Organization (WHO i
3tt Monday. April 7
The Bay has been designated
torld Health day to honor the
iterndtional Organization setj
by the United Nations to|
global fight against
disease.
School children and labor,
islness and women's groups
roughout the nation are plan-
special programs to mark
4)ie occasion.
intendent of Storehouses,
telephone 2-2777.
Bolboa
Help Wanted
FEMALE HELP WANTED: SEC-
RETARY; CLERK-STENOGRAPH-
ER, preferably bi-lingual for gov-
ernment project. Experienced in
office routines and procedures,
preferably with U. S. government.
Approximotely three-month em-
ployment, with possibility of ex-
tension. Write letter outlining ex-
perience, education, references and
salary expected. Give phone num-
ber. Address Box 134.
WANTED:Cook needed, to live in.
Good salary, recomendation ne-
cessary. Phone 3-4408, 49th St.
No. 17.
LEGAL NOTICE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
CANAL ZONE
4UW*d Stftas Werrkt Caurt Far Tb*
Dietrkr 04 Tk* Canfl lane
WANTED:A good cook with re-
commendation, good salary. House
No. 11, 49th St. and Colombia.
MALE HELP WANTED: PRINT-
ING PRODUCTION ASSIST-
ANT, preferably bi-lingual, for
government project. With apti
tude for learning; preferably with
training or experience in printing
processes. "Three months employ-
ment. With possibility of exten-
tension. Write letter giving educa-
tion, experience, references', a nd
salary expected. Give phone num-
ber. Address Box 134.
II
WANTED:Maid for general house-
work and cooking. Very good sa-
lary. Apply No. 2, 48th Street,
Apartment 2.
(Blur of the EaUtc of
DEAN.
No. MM Pro* to
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
CE ii hereby tlyon that
.vise any elatna aeainat tao
[t JAHEB DEANS. DaeMMd. "'
t to fn Ir clalaaa. ajtportaa)
Baa**. *na proporly rified with
-*. *f l ho United lUtoi Diatrirt
B^B^EKr District of the Caul Zone.
^^^SMaB. ft Ancon. Canal Zone.
ta* EMcutrix. Calharina Da. rXo~cTi
tUlaa. Staailrta a 4a Caitra, FOR iALfc:hairbonks Morse 5 HP
Mi. Ancon. Conal Zon- or Kerosene engine. Also G. E. Gen-
" "ST^'S^ 1M- 3-3, KW, ,10 V. DC. Bel,

FOR SALE
lioat! k Motors
FOR SALE:Privately owned Ford
PICK-UP. $725. 1950 Ford Cus-
tom 4 door, Sedan. Miscellaneous
furniture. Telephone Shopnel. Bal-
boa 2820. House 150 Prospect
Street, one way street to Qucrry
Heights.
FOR SALE: EASTER CIFT. Police
puppies. Look them aver. House
i 50 Prospect Street,' one woy
street to Quarry Heights. Telephone
Balboa 2820.
FOR SALE:Woshing mochine, 25
cycle in good condition. Calf
87-5128. Can be seen at quarters
313-B, Fort Clayton.
FOR SALE:Fancy fantall goldfishes
$2.25 & $2.50 pr., troplcol fishes
at popular prices, aquotic plants,
Cacti and Suculents 40 75 cts.
eo. ACUARIO TROPICAL, I I Via
Espaa, opposite Juan Franco
Stables Phone 3-4132.
FOR SALE: DUPONT Points and
varnishes
"Covers more orea"
"Stoy on longer"
at
HOGAR MODERNO
104 Central Avenue 104
FOR SALE4-pc. Rattan Livingroom
set, two mahogany end tables,
Rattan Diningroom set. Telephone
3-1909 evenings.
PANAMA CANATlOMMNY~
OFFERS FOR SALE FERROUS SCRAP
Sealed bids, for opening In public,
will be received until 10:30 a.m.,
April 14, 1952, for approximately
2.194 U net tons of Ferrous Scrop.
Ultimate destination must be the
United States. Inspection may be ar-
ranged by contacting Foreman, Bal-
boa Scrap Yard (Section "I"), tele-
phone 2-2720. Sale Circular No. 12
may be obtained from the above
source, or from the office of Super-
intendent of Storehouses, Balboa
telephone 2-2777.
FOR SALE:Record player, 25 cycle.
G.E. Radio. 3 band. Twin beds
complete. 1438-B, Balboa, Owen
Street.
FOR SALE:Americon Bosh fuel
pump for Diesel motor, 6 cylinders.
Tel. Marcos Villorreol, 2-1746,
34th Street.
FOR SALE:Craftsman diaphragm
Type paint sproyer with gun, and
attachments, a three hose-power
electric motor; very good condi-
tion, $95.00 or best offer. Albrook
86-7174. Qrts. 261-A.
Ft Anco. Ca.al Zona.
ta ay of March. 13!.
(,. ) Catharia. Dooaa
Baocutriz
194*.) WoaaVaw *v Caati
JSjEJhfJrtMr tor Bxecntiva.
drive. Box 57. Ancon.
Position Offered
WANTED: Experienced sales girl
with good references. Must speak
English and Spanish fluently. Writ
Box 323, Panama, R. P.
8SL

transportation 1941
Etsipai 2-doer bedan.
tires, excellent body.
Ble at a very cheap
smaol y Hnnnicutt.
Caln ISth Street Can-
*V*s. Tai. CM.
IBS* Plymouth Sport Coupe.
Very good transportation.
Good motor, body and tires.
For ale at Smoot v Hunni.
eutt. 8.A. I III Street Cen-
tral Ave. Coln. Tel. (M.
FOR SALE:Chicken fence nized wire 2" mesh 6' high! 50' x
70.. Two chicken coops, feed
troughs, water fountain ond brood-
er. Wood lath screens, suitable for
partitions in basement of Type
No. 17 cottage. 16" oscilating
desk fan. 25 or 60 cycle. Eleven
tube Philco Console Radio. 25 and
60 cycle transformers. Two 100
Amp. Hr. long type outo batteries.
House No. 298. Pedro Miguel. Tel.
4-470.______________________________ I
FOR SALE:Frigidaire Refrigerator, / *
25 cycles. $75 00. Pontiac Sedan IvOrOrV LeleOrOteS
Coupe, 8 streamliner, 1948 model.
SI. 150.00. House 0435. Tel.
2-3417._________________________
FOR SALE:fobv high chair. Metal
sideboord, both good condition.
House 104-A, Gamboa. Telephone
6-430.
FOR RENT
House*
FOR RENT: For month et April
only, comalitely rMrnrab**1 I-aed-
ream chalet with large backyard,
come Street, Na. 24, *r pMnte Panam
9-4189.__________________________.
FOR RENT:Furnished Chalet" with
two bedrooms in El Voile. Te
Panama 3-3423.
FOR RENT
A part men Is
ALHAM1RA APARTMENTS
Modern furnished unfurnished apart-
ment*. Meld service optional. Con-
toct office 8061. 10th Street. New
Cmtobol. telephone '386 Colon.
FOR RENT: Apartment No. 16,
13th Street Vio Porros, Son Fran-
cisco.
FOR RENT:Furnished oportment
near Bella Vista theoter. Two bed-
rooms, diningroom, kitchen. Coll
Mr. Dioz, 37th Street. Telephone
3-1029.
FOR RENT:Cool comfortoble furn-
ished apartment in residential dis-
trict, Laredo Apartment, Avenida
Cuba No. 12, Apartment No. 9.
FOR RENT:Vacation quarters for
4 months, available May 9th.
House 104-A, Gamboa. Telephone
6-430.
FOR RENT
____ Rooms
FOR RENT:In Bella Vista furnTsh-
ed room, kitchen privileges. Ave
Mexico 69 near 43rd Street. Tel
3-0553.
XX
1948 Plymouth Special De-
luxe 4-door with leather,
radio and five good tires,
?ery good price. Easy pay-
ments. For sale at your lo-
cal dealer in town. Smoot
y Hunnlcutt. S.A. ICth St.
Central Aye., Coln Tel.
SO*. _____
COMMERCIAL &
PROFESSIONAL
We have everytrrinc
to keep vosjr Lawn
and Garden beautiful
daring, the dry season
Tools
Hose
Fencing
Sprayers
Sprinkler
wheelbarrows
msecticiaes
Fertilizers
Weedkillers
Fungicides
GEO. F. NOVEY, INC
279 Central Ave Tel. 3-9149
LUX
VENETIAN
BLINDS
Immediate
Delivery.
TeL 8-1718
22 E. 39th St.
PANAMA BROKERS, INC.
Hotel El Panama
Selling: Rorestal PraaucH
Fnona y Lax (preferrce')
Panama Insurant Ce.
Buying: Acclt* Urraca and Brewery.
TL 8-4719 8-1860
MODERN FURNITURE
CUSiOM-aNJILI
SUpcovpt Reannolttery
VISIT OUR SHOW-ROOM!
Alberto Hera.
. P. a* la On II (AatoBotllrRon)
Pree Kilimalai flea O.hrarj
Tat S-4SZ8 art* a.m. ta tree *.*>
DR. B. L. STONE
Chiropractor
STONE CLINIC
7th St. Justo Arosemena
Ave. Colon Tai 457
ti mi a in. lina i
Transportes Baxter, S. A.
Shipping, moving, storage.
We pack and crate or move
anything. 'Phone 2-2451,
2-2562, Panam.
LOST & FOUND
LOST:Hunting dog white, block
and chocolote color, Sundoy,
March 31 at Cascadas, Canal
Zone. Reward. Telephone 2-4783
or 2-2872.
--------------------
FOR SALE
Misrf'llitnrnua
FOR SALE:2 25 cycle electric
fans; 2 % H.P. motor* 25
cycle; 1 Electric portable sewing
machine and cose. VVilcox & Glbbs
Tel. 25-31 10. Rodman, after 4
o'clock.
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OPPEBS BABGES FOR SALE
Seoled bids will be received unti
10:30 a.m., June 3, 1952, tor two
mud barges and one oil barge located
ot Dredging Division, Gamboa. Fa
information and inspection contact
Chief, Dredging Division. Sale Circu-
lar No. 10 may be obtained from the
above source, or from office of Super-
intendent of Storehouses, Balboa
telephone 2-2777.
HX
HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE
THE ONLY STORE OF
ITS KIND IN PANAMA.
We deal in both New and
Reconditioned Furniture.
41 Automobile Row
Tel. 3-4911
TRAVEL ANYWHERE
Without Worry Or Care
TB*wri sea vice
18 Tirol, a
.xt 8-4fM
Cristobal-Colon
Practically new 1MB Buick
ftoadmaster 2-door Sedan.
This excellent bar has ev-
erything; Radie, seat over*,
2 spotlichts. back-up lirnts.
5 coed tires. Easy payments.
Smoot y Hunnlcutt. 8.A..
Coln Tel. 8M. ltb Street
Central Avenue.
Birthday Today
The Cristobal-Colon Rotary
Club will meet at the Coco So-
lo Officers Club at 8:80 p.m.
today to celebrate their annual
birthday party.
Ed Hilsall amad
Chief Of Locks
Security Force
Edward H. Halaall, whose 24
years of Canal service include
both police and clerical work.
assumed new duties Monday as
Chief of the Locks Security
Force. His headquarters are at
the main office of the Pedro
Miguel Locks.
As Chief of the Security Force.
Mr. Halsall has the title pf Cap-
tain. He will be in charge, wher
the organization is built up tc
its full strength, of 55 U. S.-rate
and 12 local-rate locks guards
Gorgas Roads To Bo
Used For Two-Way
i Traffic For 2 Days
Part of the roads in the Gor-
ges Hospital area will be used
as two-way, instead of one-way,
thoroughfares for two days
starting at noon Saturday while
the asphalt pavement is resur-
faced.
During this period, traffic on
the narrow roads wlil be con-
trolled by flagmen.
The public is requested not to
drive In the areas at all on Sat-
urday and Sunday If it can be
avoided. No parking will be per-
mitted in the area in which the
work will be done.
Special instructions have bean
issued by hospital authorities
for the control of ambulances
and special aervlce traffic.
American Lofton
Department Meeting
Set For May 10-11
The data of the American Le-
sion Department Convention at,
Margarita has been changed to
May 10 and 11. Dipt. Command-
er carrington announced today.
Tha change was made In Ac-.
cordance with the stepped-up
meeting of the national conven-.
tion of the American Legion,:
which was advanced from Octo-
bar to August this year.
Local Legion business must be
closed out for the year and re-
ports forwarded to the national
convention beforehand, Com-
mander carrington pointed out.
The commander urged air
members to attend the local!
convention to eonatder action a-,
gainst- Veterans Administration
critics.
The commander reminded
members that Legion efforts en-
acted into law such veterans'
benefits as the O.I. BUI of
Rights, disability pensions and;
compensation and education and
training for the disabled.
BIG CIVIL~~
DEFENSE
(Centinned from Page 1)
explained its reasons for not fir-
ing on the "mystery plane.-'
Regarding the latter Caribbean
headquarters said such an occur-
rence puts the service "on the
spot."
It boiled down to this: If it
could have been determined that
the plane was hostile It Certainly
would have been fired upon;
since it could have bean a friend-
ly civilian plane or a commer-
cial plane carrying passengers,
lives of innocents had to ba con-
sidered.
The circular on tha blowing of
the sirens follows:
With reference to official
statements published In the
newspapers of Monday evening
and Tuesday morning, it is un-
derstood that there has been
confusion as to exactly under
what conditions sirens will be
sounded and as to what is black-
out policy.
A caribbeaii Command spokes-
man Issued today the state-
ments below which are In no
way a change of policy or a re-
futation of the statements made
Ion Monday and Tuesday, but
i which are to clarify the previous
statements.
Raid alarm signals win be
sounded on the sirens without
prior warning to the public only
when authorities have raason to
believe that there are possible
hostile aircraft In the area.
Plans have been made to notify
Civil Defense Authorities of the
situation. Any practice alerts In-
volving sounding of tha sirens
will always be widely publiciaeJ
beforehand in the newspapers
and over the Armed Forces radio
station. Therefore, when the si-
rens sound without prior warn-
ing to the public, it must be as-
sumed by all concerned that
there is the possibility of a hos-
tile attack. -
insofar as blackout procedures
are concerned. It is wished to
point out that the problem of
when and how much to blackout
is under continuoui review.
Meanwhile, "DIMOUT" is con-
sidered essential, and individuals
are urged to use only such lights
as are absolutely necessary.
The Republic of Panama and
the Canal Zone Ire being re-
quested to turn off street lights
in the terminal cities of Panama
and Colon and Balboa and Cris-
tobal. The military authorities
are ready and anxious to cooper-
ate with civil authorities to the
extent of their capabilities.
Westerners Attend
Soviet Called
Trade Conference
TOTHPL BULA MAIDENS who will appear tomorrow night
in a benefit dance recital at Margarita Clubhouse are: (Seat-
ed left to right Leslie Dugas. Nncy DeLapp and Joan De*
Laop (standing), Oail Bohannon and Lyrtn Egger. The per-
formance, at 8 p.m.. will be presented by Ruoff Studios for tha
benefit of the Atlantic Little League.
Ridgway Visits
UN Truca Talk
Headquarters
TOKYO, April 8 (UP>Gen.
Matthew B. Ridgway visited the
UN base camp at Munsan, Ko-
rea today, taking with him 8th
Army commander Oen. James
A. Van Fleet and several other!
generals.
The significance of the UN
Supreme Commander's visit was)
not immediately knewn, but
there was some speculation It
could foreshadow a new and!
possible decisive development in
the deadlocked Korean truce!
discussions at Panmunjom.
On the Korean battlfront .
S. Sabres beat off the challenge
of new and bigger Communist
Jets in battles over North Ko-
rea, probably destroying one
new "Type 15" Red Jet and
damaging another.
u. 8. pilots.also claimed they
destroyed two conventional
Mlg-15's and damaged another j
for a day's total of five Com-
munist planes destroyed or
damaged.
It brought the UN toll of Red
4 Die In Chicago
Apartment Blaze
CHICAGO, April 8 (UP>Four
persons were killed today when
a fire swept a crowded apart-
ment building, and a three-
year-old boy was hospitalized
in critical condition.
I
Flames in the basement Ignit-
ed a 500-gallon tank of oil,
which exploded, sending a sheet
of fire up the rear of the build-
ing.
Six firemen who- battled
through smoke and flame-filled
halls to rescue occupants of the
North we. t side building wera
overcom efty smoke.___________
fighters to 86 destroyed, prob-
ably destroyed or damaged,
since Tuesday.
1950 Buiek Special 4-door
Sedan, beautiful blue fin.
lsh. Firestone WSW tires,
chrome trimmed. Under-
coated, radio, seat covers,
low mileage. Easy pay-
ments. Smoot y Hunnlcutt,
8.A. Colon 14th St. Central
MOSCOW, April 8 (UP) Ap-
_ j proxlmately 450 delegates from
The U. S.-rate guards will bt c0Untries all over the world
armed and will have full u- opened the International Bcon-
ihority to take action as neoes- ;omlc Conference here today.
sary to provide physical aecur- xhe delegates. Including some
ity at the locks. Itj.b. business men and economic
The Locks Security Force will experts from Britain. France and
have as its nucleus its present
force of 32-u. 8. rate and seven
local rate men. Special training
for this group is being started.
Very good transportation.
1944 Buick 4-doer Sedan.
east covers, radie), good
tires, at a very reasonable
price. See it todav at Smoot
v Hnnnicutt. S.A. Coln,
lath Street Central Ave.
other Western European coun-
tries, were welcomed by Mikhail
Yaanov, president of the Macow
City Council.

AT LAST!
Olympic Stadium
TONIGHT
at 8:30 p. in.
GRAND PERFORMANCE
f the sensation of the moment!
The Super Production of
George and Ruth Tyson
HOLIDAY ON ICE
I
Carnival on Ice
60 stars of ce skating!
Beauty Excitement !
-----------PRICES'----------
General Entrance.........$1.00
Preferred Seats..........100
Rink.................... 3.00
Tickets for Sale at MAURICIO'S Store
No. 47 Central Ave.
And at the Stadium Tickets Box
From 6 p.m. on.

BARGA IK IMS Ford 44-
ton panel. In excellent
hape. Good paint Job.
Hardly has been used. Only
this week at Smoot v Hun-
nicutl. 8.A. lth St. Cen-
tral Ave., Caln Tel. 844.
atafck Snper 1949 4-daor
jaiaa. Dynaflow. Good
canaittM. The best asad
car U be owned. Par a Ae-
luenaSiataaar call Snaaxi y
Haiubcutt, Rjt. calaa. 14th
St Central Ave. Tel. IN.
%
1
V
4
4
Bargain. 1954 Chevrolet De-
luxe 4-door Sedan. Spring
green color. Nat a scratch,
with a very good radio, seat
savers, and almost fire new
Urea at aa incredible price.
See It A drive it at Smoot j
Hunnlcutt. SJ. Caln. 14th
St.. Central Ave. Tel. Swt.
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN A! INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAPER
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PAGE SEVRW
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WrS.MonJt. Ykf
Bo, 1<}S, (j*U OJtfkam (l*n 378
DF.SPEDIDA FUR MRS. BOWEN
Mm. Sanfcrd Bowcn was honored with a bridte luncheon
riven bv her daughter, Mrs. H. K. Schmidt, at her Coco Solo
rftildcnce, M a "despedida" berore Mrs.'Bowen a departure Ior
Chica*o Tuesday, en route to her home in Peora, III.
Mxa. Bowen ha made an extended visit >*daugh-
ter and son-in-law, tleot. Commander and Mrs Schmidt,
and has become well acquainted with ladles on the staton
As a iarewell tift, the luncheon ri-ests PMfe"^I her with a
Kir of Danish aitoer earrinaa and a bottle French per-
ns*.
Father Cooper la en route to
San Francisco for a visit.
N.C.O. Wives Club Meeting
The Fort Duller N .CO. Wives
Club held their regular bu.-luiss
meeting at the N.C.O. Club
Tuesday evening, with Mrs. Oeo.
Marsh presiding.
Two new members were Intro-
duced. They were Mrs. Raymond
Maszklewlcz and Mrs. Edwin
Geographic Briefs
WASHINGTON, D. C>March
29Water from -the slopes ot
Triple Divide Peak. 8,000 feet
high, In Glacier National Parity
Montana, ilows into three
oceans the Pacific. Arctic and
Atlantic.
IN HOLLYWOOD
BV ER8KINE JOHNSON
HOLLYWOOD, (NEA> Ex- la now deathly afraid of live ra-
cluslvely Yours: Hollywood's la'.- dlo, will do only transcribed
est grapevine whisper is that
Walter Wanger and Joan Ben-
nett are all act for a reconcllla-
The 'teats were Mrs William Naval Station My the Ladles Aux- Penning. Present with the 21
Simpson Mrs Gerald Novan,.' lUary of the Fleet Reserve Asso-< members were two visitors Mrs.
Mrs. William Hall, Mrs W. W.
Stevens, Mis. Robert Kunkle,
Mrs. A. P Anderson, Mrs. Al-
exander Snead. Mis. Roy Niel-
sen, Mrs. John Barlow. Mrs.
Merle Tomlln and Mrs. WUlard
King.
elation.
The dance will be Informal.
Pri-e of admission is $150 per
pe..cm.
members were two visitors, Mrs.
Orlan Cleary and Mrs. Monte
Blackham.
The club Is planning to raffle
a teakwood desk to raise funds
for the Crusade for Freedom
drive.
Balboa T Plans
April Showers'
Dance Saturday
Emblem Club Meeting
The Cristobal Emblem Club
held Its regular business meet-
Rotarv Birthday Dinner Tonight lng at the Elks Club Tuesday
ThecrMob??- Colon Rotary evening. Twenty members were (l
Sv^te^hulveTn^a P MrTWed Recela officiated.
oVsolo ^Officers 8^^S%ffit"
^r tradiMonal afffth ^
birthday anniversary of all the eevci o M?mbe request Saturday at the Balboa YMCA.
members are celebrated. ali purchasers of tickets to write Celebrating the advent of
sri. M..irl-Mtival Tonieht their names on the back before spring, the dance carries the
Spring Music Fesm,..'%.,. turrilna tickets in at the door. I theme of "April Showers."
to attend and there ta noadmh.- ,ets. ______ gnd hogteM.
8l0n ^K^ii^hHd*^ S Si Birth Announcement, of Intereat
ever, that all children M accom nirin ^ ^ Bartwell New personnel of the area are
panled by their parents 'whiten announce the birth of a especially Invited to attend and
Mf' ? !,Snf h high son at the Coco Solo Naval hoi-1 become acquainted with the ex-
music departn ntnf* J^Lffl Xl on Tuesday. March 25. tensive program carried on espe-
achool, U director of the festival.. piv^ 'Wnlten ha3 returned to daily for servicemen and worn-
Mr mm* Mrs DaTnal her Fort Oulick residence with en.
Mr. n.^ "**".' ,,-i.nd the baby, who has been named Single young women between
w? Jnd'ira T N Dagnal of. or his father. the ages of 18 and SO whether
Mr. and Mrs. Yw. it --------- 'employed on the Canal Zone or
Colon will leave the "><" ai Bernard E. Frost In Panama, may anplv for meni-
S! endt l?r a,.. Pnrlan I of New Cristobal are receiving bershlp in the Girls Service Or-
and Comnanv for 29Jears on been namea ber of the
SAS Z l "^ AWAU hi* schoo..
years prevloui to that on the
Fur seals can dive more than
200 feet In their search for
food, ays the National Geo-
graphic Society Some have
drowned at such depths when
they became entangled in ihark
nets. '
shows It's a July stork date
their thirdfor movie stunt
man cal Perry and his wife
licit c mi an ior a reconcilia- >= ^ *-*/ m -,
tlon. The betting boys are alsoMIckey.,. Bing Crosby's wear-
wageTrng that he'll cop a gotltyiing a sport shirt bearing the let-
plea, win probation and never ters E.C.Y.C. Elko County
face the trial, now set for April Yacht Club. Elko county's In the
18. Nevada desert!
Red Sktlton'i denying the Now It ean be teld:
heart attack and coilapae rumors The Look Magaaine awards on
that started when he checked In- Bob Hopea radio show had Bob
to a hospital. A combination of asking Director George Stevens,
flu and fatigue tent him In for a "Why haven't you ever directed
much-needed, uninterrupted rest me.'*
Otherwise he's okay.
London has not been In the
path of a total eclipse of the
sun for more than 150 years,
nor will its people see one in
the 20th century.
--------- Terry Moore's dates with
There are some 80 varieties Johnnie ("Little White Cloud") uv, *. ..*
of Oriental flowering cherry Ray in Hollywood left the boy on because the word "lucky" can't
trees established In the United U cloud. He's now phoning her be used on any Chesterfield-
States and Europe. At leastlfrom Canada, Michigan, Ohio sponsored show,
of them may be seen in the vl-, and" other stops on his pa. tour.! oirf. ,. he saw
clnlty of Washington, D. C.i.. paramoimt's Golden Circle is .w". mJ*.!mF-
"I guess," replied Stevens. "1
was born under a lucky star."
But the gag was blue-penciled
National Geographic
says the
Society-
On populous Barbados, West
Indies sugar island, land has
been so intensively cultivated!
for so many years that weed;
... paramount s uoiaen uircie is .- -v ,;_,,*,, M,,,
shrinking. Seven of the 14 tar-th>a^ sign on a Hollywood beauty
lets Just heard their options Prror-
drop. But the seven remaining poodle. 8hmoodleYou Name i
will get star buildups. it, ifs Your Noodle."
Pacific Side.
Informal Dinners at
Braaos Heights
Mrs. William E Adams
David Eberenz Is
New Exalted Ruler
Of Lodge 1542
David A. Eberen was elected
Father Cooper Visitor
in Cristobal .
The Venerable Edward J.
Cooper of Antigua. Guatemala
hot arrived Tuesday bv plane for a. -.. ... ~----------------. .....
AOHnui "-hort 8tJ in Panama as the to the office of Exalted Ruler of
been hostess for a feries or "-> Dr' and Mr Vern prier Cristobal Canal Zone Lodge No.
formal dinners at her Brazos k Crigtobal. 1542. B.P.O. Elks for the year
" 1952. He succeeds Wilbur Dock-
ery. PER.
Ebereni Is the first Canal Zone
: born to become Exalted Ruler of
Lodge 1542.
He is best known in Elkdom
for his achievements on charity
drives. Several years ago he
Lla Scott's still blushing. She Dancing stars are right back
pushed a button marked "maid" wriere they started o n the
seeds are virtually non-existent in a Paris hotel and a 55-year- Il0or!
except as they arrive from lands old gent In a huge white apron That's the flash from Ray
outside, says the National Oeo- showed up. Lit wasn't dressed to Bolger who'll co-star with Do-
graphlc Society. greet a man. In fact ahe wasn't rlg Day In the new Warner mu-
---------- drtaaed. |alcl, "April in Paris." Rehears-
Fourteen privately owned toll --------- lng for his big dance routine, Ray
roads still exist in the United! Mary Sinclair Just signed bv told me;
States, most of them access Paramount because of her TV
roads to mountain top* or sea-Jtardom, was tested and rejected
For It years movie dancen
roads to mountain tops or sea-jtaraom, was tsica ana rejccicu ror )n years movie nncn
shore resorts. Their total lengthily the same studio 13 years ago hn knocked themselves out
Is 71 1-2 miles. Remembers Msry: "I was only finding something unusual or
_ 18. 1 thought acting was a cinch. un|-ne to dance on. They've
On a foggy day In July, 1728. I was awful." danced on desks, drums, pianos,
.U. 4n..- rtnlDh nVnlnfir VitlH-------- .. *HI*a Am walla Ultrf flit fftillfltTS.
the dour Danish explorer Vitus
Bering, whose name was to be
given to a sea and a strait, sail-
ed through the narrow ocnan
passage between Siberia and
Alaska. He did not suspect that
tablea on walla and on ceilings.
Heights residence.
She entertained a group of
friends Saturday and Tuesday
evenings.
Famllv Gathering Celebrates
Henrt. Tomorrow Night
Balboa Local 900
Plans Open Meet
...... taoiei on wan ano on ccnm.
He's kept It secret until now.-u had to stop tomewhere and I'm
but Bennv Rubin is finishing up (topping It. I'm going baek to
his autobiography. "I'm My Own where I -tsrteddancing on my
Worst Enemy.1' 'callme*."
ne um u .uo^, ...-v. He confesses, among other
North America lav a few miles things,"I was once a prise flint-' But (.r.dit RSy with being on
off his beam, savs the National.er. once was mixed up witn the;hto WM ,n the novelty depart-
Oeoaraohlc Society. mob nd fel1 flat on "V face(ment. In one of his song and
oeograpnic aociesy. | career-wise m 1930 after having !danCe umbers for the film, he
The archer fish of southeast- made $5000 a week." !imagines himself president of the
ern Asia is true to Its name, i --------- M .U.S., with impersonations of
An expert marksman, it shoots! While spacemen battle it out,wart^on andLlncom.
A.^.nt from 1U mouth 'or control of the universe in out-
fnto the aTr knocking doZ in-, of-this world TV shows their BBt lhere will be Mb*ouri
eets for d nn"notes the Na-'ftlfl friends are waging.their own jWalt.., mMe R.. M.nd me^
Mr?rml OimrraohkSociety. .Private war-over skirts -, non-partisan dance rou-
tlonal aeograpmc nocieiy. rtttytt gettmg shorter and'-, h, ,(.
eriJrrtS ff !t1Bln^^trw^n'^%wafk aye-openerReverly HU,8
An" $ti'uS&Sn% sCts But It's great for Dad. ^'^'^s^ame^^ctorVs'af
drops of water from Its mouth! ... ... after hi* name-
Mr. and Mrs. Herman ..
rfttan.*H^?hta r?oy ?rS. Unior? emptojtti of the Canal nual
of Biasos Heights crossea im,. inrai on nr-inr.nn.mon
isthmus vesterday to be with zohe- Local
party will follow the ceremony.
mm, une, Local wu" ut-cuo-^iu"'"" -- ----------------,-
Balboa chanter will hold a spe- val Queen program for charity.
Mrs. Charlea F. Williams mo- ">oa Chapter wl ow^ ape ^ Mt he
ther of Mrs. Lawson and Mrs. c al "Pe" r mwing at ^arou aU
Henrlquez on her 75th blrtb^yJJ111 "u tomorrow ,chaira of his lodg. Including E*-
anniversary. i F aI rnama cnaS5f%netlteemed Leading Knight In W51.
Mr.. H.U., S^ext Week JS^SXaVSnS^ ^SKS^A St
tJ^B%^.?e.? tS!S^ A t0 at-,An lnsta.lat.on ball and cocktail
week for San Francisco, Cal.,1 *"" ..
where thev will reside... I Labor films will be shown by
Mr. Hottal has resigned his, the American Embassy public
position with the Panama Canal relations section for the educa-
and left Saturday on the "San-; tlon and benefit of the work-
ta Adela" of the Grace Line for ers.
Chile. He will be with the Grace
Line on the San Francisco-South
American run.
Until her departure. Mrs. Hot-
tal is the house guest Of Mr. and
Mrs. Elmer MlddlebrOok of Mar-
garita.
fnTtrS af'knocklrg8 Twnl **** Graves, < ";. rial Elegance'
nto the air *noc*lng down u nMn e0meback in, _
Tf^Lx'nJl' Stv I "Caribbean Gold" at Paramount.! j,an Pierre Aumont who's ne-
Natlonal Geographic Society. I Rea,on for Dbrls Day's ab- ver had any ballet experience,
.. .= -v,...,...,v..v= w ---------.7 V.W_ r(,. .ittt-rina- sence on that radio version of wears ballet Ughts and cavorts
drives. Several years ago he The Vatican City *"'*"? "Young Man With a Horn": She with Leslie Caron in "Llll." The
raised a record sum at the an-i halberdiers, the Swiss GumM,------i=-----------------------------------------ballet movlfl cycle 0n full-
the canai nual charity ball, andI last jwear lothi,CP"^X.lo M, burly porters carry their car- blast in Hollywood and prodiic-
GCEOC-CIO month led the successful Carnl- altered by Michelangelo.
i goes to shore on head and era are scanning the movie king
tt^.M. ^rhTw,! atea ava shoulders. Some 100 miles to theiiists for names for toe twlrlers.
uHOv.'1 \Vt rt.^r.nhtc Ma-' o^h on Yemen's coast, the hi.-!
the National *^raPh^rM*-f torio coffee port of Mocha lies; Watch out, Humphrey Bogart
men. Oeeail"lullt| ships unload'
several miles .off Hodeida into
small dhows which then sail
into chest-deep watera where
Suiioer-Dsnce at
Chiefs' flub
Speeding Not New
PARKERSBURG, W. Va. (UP)
A check of local statutes show-
ed that the problem of speeder"
didn't start with the machine
age. An 1828 ordinance levied a
$1 flpe against "anyone who
BALBOA
STARTS SATURDAY!
A' buffet supi>er and dance will shall gallop any horse, mare or |
b? -en Saturday evening at the gelding within the limits of the
ChJs's' Club on the Coco Solo corporation."
A-aT
VAN HEFLIN
PATRICIA NEAL
6161PERREAU
V<*Ti
Mr
vV'fi/i
tM
^wfth.
,, VIRGINIA FIELD RICHARD DEfiNWG mnjpinfiui|
incM n mucus uk Mm n ni mcmnio i imumui-rkiutiiinl picth
It's Movietime TONIGHT!
Panama (^anal cfneaters
L
J
of nuabera. The govarnn^nt-Sl!^ T ,h,* 7"** dr'wm
nely 70 par cent of its mS^OOOOO k* M ?ku"V, r!lurn*1
the rest to charities nelidv m.'^.iiSf..^ ** pubUc' d,itributlng
-UerTas cornXtens. To^r^Si^' "* 'ttery ^
they poP ou^of\rou^^^dcab^ ""
tropical-todaF
Shows: 1:M S:Z| 5:lt 7:0 1:55 p..
BALBOA
*ir-fondlllimS
:I6 a 7:M
DIABLO HTS.
is a 1:1*
COCOt'/
CIS l:tt
ofDRC MIGUBL
:ll IIS
Lan* TURNER a Kilo PINZA
'Mr. Imperium" (Technicolor)
Friday "ArACHE DBUSr*
Judy GARLAND rrtd ASTAIRE
'Easrer Parade" (Ttchnicolor)
rrly OMVER TWTtT"
"BLUE BLOOD"
tmi "BOWEJtT BATTALION '
friSay "THE TALL TAROf ___
frrMay) .
Clifton WEBB a Ann* FRANCIS
"ELOPEMENT'
GAMBOA
tail
MA AND P.
r*ET%E
T*E FARM
Friday VALENTINO-
BACK ON
GA T II N 'Friday)
* w Tyrone POWER Ann BLYTH
y "I'LL NEVER FORGET YOU"
AAAC/r: ADIT A John WAYNE Barry FITBCERALD
...a ... "THE LONG VOYAGE HOME"
Friday l.l>E LOOO"
CRISTOBAL v* XIJJl d"1* niven
Air. .duiMMd "Happy Go Lovely" (Technicolor)
RIS IM Friday 'STAGECOAIH"
TOROS
AT
LA MACARENA RING
in Son Francisco Garden
Sponsored by the SPANISH BENEFICENCE
ASSOCIATION for the Benefit of Panam
Children Summer Camp.
s
BULLS
will be
fought
and killed.
6
BULLS
from
Emiliano
Ponce
Ranch
Gregorio Puebla
From Mxico
Manolo Ortega
AND
Armilllta de Espaa
Distinguished "Matador"
REGULAR PRICES
-TODAY
ADVENTURE'. .
SPECTACLE!.. .
HEROIC DEEDS!.- HIS
TORJC BACKGROUND.
AND
Perfect TECHNICOLOR.'
SWEET REVENGE
SWEET LOVE
THEV FIND THEM
BOTH TOGETHER!
JOHN DEREK
and loTely new afar
JUDY LAWRENCE
In
"THE MASK
OF THE
AVENGER"
(IN TECHNICOLOR)
with ANTHONY QUINN
EUGENE-^GLESIAS

COMING NEXT WEEK!
"DECISION BEFORE
DAWN"
CECILIA TODAY
bm m aM n aw atiw kumi aim. t~*t h mm wnu it* "' t aaa
PI IK' HClei> WAI KER Wlllard FARKER. IB
"MY TRUE STORY"
DRAMATIC STORY OF A WOMAN WITH A SHADY PAST!
CENTRAL
JANE WYMAN
Charles Laughton, in
"The Blue Veil"
"flu Porlrmyml
The mt...
The Dm mm
/* the Ytmrf
LUX THEATRE
Sword clh... love
flamas. aa Monta-
crlsto rldaa again...
"MASK OF
U THE
AVENGER"
(In Tachnlcolor)
Jahn DEBTK Anlhastr Ql INN
BELLA VISTA
I: IS 2:45 4.M
: ( a..

frank 8INATKA
a
Mellar WINTOM
Alax NICOL, ha
"MEET
DANNY
WILSON"
Also: The 4th
Caribbean Sarlae'
CECILIA THEATRE
Waa Hitler killed In paaalon Crime?
Luther Adiar Patricia Kntaht
THE MAGIC FACE"
-- Alao. --
The amazlni truth aboui a woman!
"MY TRUE STORY"
with Helen Walker Wlllard Parker
TROPICAL THEATRE
SABC UTA BARON
Sid Melton, In
"Sorrow Drums"
ENCANTO THEATRE
At 9:00 p.m. WAHOO!
I115.N in Frixea:
Joan Crawford. In
"DAMNED DONT CRY"
VlrglnU Mayo. In
"COLORADO
TERRITORY"
TlVOL/ THEATRE^
LUCKY THURSDAY
Good Prisas and Two Mew
Pictures I
THE SCARF" and
-SON OF FCRY"
CAPITOLIO THEATRt
BANK NIGHT!
Stee.oe for the Public:
At 6:00 9:00 p.m.
Alao:- Larry Parks, in
"LORNA DOONE"
- and -
THE SWORDMAN"
Mr?
L'Ul
.
VICTORIA THEATRE^
PrMton Foster, hi
THOt'GH THEY COME"
- and
"*I. JENNINGS OF
OKLAHOMA"


PAGE EIGHT
rHE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 1OT1
.72 Golfing Greats Tee Off In Masters Tourney-
jHogan, Burke Favored;
Sam Snead Also Entered
AUGUSTA, April 3 (UP).The biggest field In the history of
the Masters tournament 72 Hedged names in Rolf went
nil today in the scramble for the title in the 16th playing of
, Boh!iv Jones' blneribbon classic.
No Masters has ever produced so much pre-tournament
. guesswork as the one on the 6,9511-yard Augusta National course
a layout of flowering beauty and treacherous slopes for the
gvlfei.
But most golf bugs agreed thmt It will be contest between
1-jhe low scorers on the current tournament trial and the third
-.tasters who now restrict their activity to such big ones.
Ted Williams,
Coleman Pass
Physical Tests
| JACKSONVILLE, April 3 (UP>
The Boston Red Sox and New
York Yankees can forget about
two key players for the next two
yearsand maybe forever.
Outfielder Ted Williams of the
tod sox and second baseman
aS ^lL\S^lZ^lSttl^Z\Oervy Coleman of the Yanks took
Such previous champions
Ben Hogan, 1951. Jimmy Dc-na-
ret, 1950, '45 and '40, and Sa Snead, 1949, will te~t the nerves
and muscles of the younger
sprouts such as Jack Bufke. Jr.,
Tommy Bolt and Marty Fur?ol. i them come up to tne 18tn from
iTyoical Masters weather the porch of his cottage nearby,
the fans have Jess Sweetser, whoDre_fnduct,on pnyslcal examlna-
was winning amateur crowns in|tlons yesterday at Jacksonville,
the same era as Bobby Jones(Piorlda. Both passed, and effec-
himself tive May 2 it will be Captains
The ailing Jones will __ watch Williams and Coleman of the Ma.
rlne Corps.
Captain J.
C. Early, senior \
" course for yesterday's lest prac- for his unique tournament.
e:tlce round but the greens and
"^ip.irways were still too dr.mp for
sizzline srores. It raii.e-l hen'
r.iiBQ.'t of the early part of the
%''':.
.:-'"hn nearest things to favorite-
Were Hogan. the great champio.i
"Viio came buck from repr-fair.l
- traffic iniuries to w'n two U.S.
' Oo?n cowns a-d the Masters,
"tni-l Burke, the cherubic youngs-
ter from Houston who cleaned
Schoolboy
Sports
BALBOA Jl'NIOR HIGH
TRACK MEET
Station Base, took two X-rays o!
the left elbow Williams fractured
In the 1950 All-Star Game. Cap-
tain Early reported: "There is no
significant limitation to the
arm."
The final report on the exam-
inations wiil be issued by the Bu-
reau of Medicine and Surgery in
Washington. But Captain Early
says, "They usually go along with
our recommendations."
Williams Is scheduled to go to
B.H.S. Takes Opener Of Pacific
Twi Loop Championship Seri
PACIFIC TWILIGHT BASEBALL LEAGUE
Final Straight Season Standings
SAFE SAYS SOARFerris Fain slides under Brooklyn Catcher Roy Campanella and away from the
ball as Umpire Hank Soar calls him safe. The husky Athletics' first baseman scored on teammate Gus
Zernial's fifth-inning single during an exhibition game at Miami. Dodgers won, however, 9-5. (NEA)
Teams
Gibraltar Life Ins.*. .
Balboa Brewers. .
Balboa High School".
Panama Merchants. .
Lost. .
BHS
x
3
t
1
BB
S
X
I
2
GLI
4
4
x
3
PM
5
4
3
W
13
11
9
6
L
7
t
11
13
11
13
38 38
First half winners.
Second half winners.
.579
US*
(133
Championship Play-off Standings
W. L.
Balboa High School ............... 1
Gibraltar Life Insurance .......... 0 1
LAST NIGHT'S RESULTS
Pet.
a
Balboa High School 4, Gibraltar life Insurance 1
NEXT GAME
Sunday Night at Balboa Stadium 7:30 p.m.
for
un .12.000 on the Wir-ter circuit. look like a cinch to defeat the G Pennsylvania, for an eight
. r-'tn h-s looked sh-ro and in ^t^?/,?^!".1,^, B#^? weeks refresher course. The led
i-hapi his best Dtr'slcal throe mtot High Int.amuial Track gox slugger then sports for duty
fait the wre": in 1949. ^urke. Mert tomoirow ..'with th* Fleet Marine Frce at
owevcr. had trouWe -e't'n- a- T^Sv^n tBeS- ChWrS' Pomt' North Carolina.
. ... j tv.o ainw oer way at i.uu p.m. on me oai pnls.n token hi refres
refresher
Pabst Tackles C.H.S. Tonight
At Mt. Hope; Can Clinch Half
- ,......ir. h~ a t agh Jump ^nong i roaa ^*iE^3flt2EZ fmUS^
ri .^spnt^m Yf is nhy-rs Jump, Softool Tnrow Potato nVm batting four years and L,,,n,do-' '
y'''>ir^Frr-itF'~"'-n.t^.^.^ maj0r league average off"*.........
>o'o sn-r": r-Y". rc'oi w^o tied 7-Yd. Shuttle Relay. _______ S. He was twice voted the*
: i~~ scc-h h-h'nd Dcnr-t In
J "7, rr-\ TT.o p"iq*e"- p*-*!)
-T.""7 K'-vel' *he college boy
'if ~\ De"fr->. Tf.
rSS^m Will1- Tor- YaVT LAKE CITY. April 5 (UP) reer_of the-ye*r-'oM Willi-
r_- ri.-.H m v i-n win v.rv mwh f..n w>orf at wrest- airs. The lanky thurn
CAA, Firemen, Pan Liquido
Win In Pacific Softball Loop
PACIFIC SOFTBALL LEAGUE [five participating teams in the
STANDINGS (SECOND HALF) I Pacific Softball League, by ask-
TEAM Won Lost Pet. ing each manager to select, in
A good crowd was on hand last Rowley filed out to second
night to see the amazing Balboa the third out.
High School team take the first The Life Insurancemen tied up
leg of the three-game series 4-1, the game at one-all in the fourth
over Gibraltar Life Insurancemen when Jones worked Morton for a
for the Pacific Twilight League walk and was safe at second when
Championship. |Jerry Halman let the ball get
Behind the steady control hurl- away from him on a pickoff play
ing of their ace, Don Morton, who at first. Conover then connected
was nicked for a lone hit in the the only Insurance hit to right
fourth frame by Francis Conover Held to push across the only
who scored the only Gibraltar marker for the losers.
Life marker, the Balboa High The High School forged ahead
School aggregation played an In. when they dented the plate twice
jut i FAr.iTF spired game throughout. In the bottom half of the fourth
SEX5S .n^aaNf?r The Balboa High School lads-enough to win the ball game.
lumped ahead with an early .1-0 They scored on three hits-one
--. pt i lead In the bottom half of the of them the only extra base blow
pw^ S / *' second inning. Dick Ostrea led of the game, a double by Ostrea.
"*;.........I i 'S* off for the High School by The red and white lads added
r a ........t c Mt grounding out short to first. Jim one run for good measure In the
,a May drove one through second sixth on two hits,
for a single and stole second on1 Last night's game, a nine In-
the next pitch. Bienvenido Salas ning affair, took only one hour
was out from third to first but and forty minutes. This is some
May moved to third on the plav. fort of record. Besides being a
TUESDAY'S RESULTS
Pabst 5, Powell's 3.
No Grunt Anl Groan
, In T! is $WB*f
5
:46. He was twice voted wie m;Unnine Rattan 2
'oat Valuable Player In thernuippine "" *
league. | Monday afternoon
,... thp Marines nroh-|team took their second game of
Tuesday, the Firemen's Insur-
.889 whatever manner he chooses, Tonight Pabst meets Cristobal Bob'Rowley cameiup to the ,W ^ *JM&1^ taUM 8^*
.667 t iree players from eacft team and Hlth fcchool. A win for the Pabst with May on third. The GibraKar cu^d fine defensive p ays.
.556 lubmit their names to president'nine would assure them of at Life pitcher Charlie Hinz was There were the usual rhubarbs
.222 Al Waldorf, who wUl in turn se-l least a tie in the second half caught napping atMay. streaked frhotht^ Je~ u"
.200 1ect a manager and coach to race. The High School team has. down the base path tosteal ,h^e ?}! ^.^"Lre^- 5S?
challenge an "all-star" team from three games left to play. A loss for the first High School run. dispute last night., however,
the CAA any otner softball league. The m any one of the three elimln- !
p">r
:\ of v-wtor*. N.Y..-r'-o wiU Many snorts fans rcoff at wrest- JjS" %** JS^BM%a anee nine' added Insurance to
r'.-1-a- in hh fl-st Mesters 'to- end swear the grapple dish ably will: be too'' J" gW first place spot by defeat-
----------------------------------------------out more theatrics than punish. "E a"er a lwo yeBr alu'" ing the Elks 8 to 3.
that's what thevll tell slns in the Pacific during World
mats wiiai tney ii ieii ini th> Vonkpps n
Grapefruit Iwa^g
B.YJW1TED PRESS
AT (FaVPO
('.M. (J, OJ0 !",') H""__4 7
l. iAi 001 '"10 00?3
Wevmei"r p"d Ssm",n,"!r.'
'*M no (51 nr.d Kluttz.
gef^.
At l?a"t.
f" Utah War IL He ioined the Yankees in
;.o/v"v':ty rcgueiE'r.s have been 1? andi played on thrbe world
"r^rVei in VatcheV lar this championship teams.
lerson.
AT rT. P T'-"in'R'
7 vn. IN 3^ 001 2'"11
frfYcr'.: (A' nnooomo 1
Fr.-r.ca. V.-~^e <*>. Kin
O'" "ol his an'^e broken, an- 'rA|J Ufa ^ItrOaffc
?Sl"'other frs:ti"-ed his law. and two 10IQ ff O jUlCOllJ
' other pr.nnlers wee put out of
"-i:on. one with a strained rib
nri the other with a twisted el-
rdCamppr-lla. Wa''-er '6
'd. Fr.ln
and Berra.
(3.
14 0
9 1
- Kuzava (
J-" TA?,*T'Ae,t-EE
F'-'ia. i?-:> oionon'-^-s 5 l
Eg ten iN) OOIOOOOOOl 5 1
"Ox. E?.nsen 'f1' "nd Lopata;
lpahn and t. Claire.
tff BFAU^tONT
ouis lA) 000 000 0202
r .. (Ml Oil 100 llx
rrist. Pearden '6'
^'nd Jnhnson: Caii.sen
h "in Fit'?err!d.
Atlantic Side
81 Paskel^all Clinic
Oepsn Tuesday
The Atlantic Side Board
YESTERDAY'S RESULT
Pan Liquido 7, Philippine
Rattan 8.
TODAY'S GAME
Firemen's Insurance vs. CAA.
Yesterday in ajame between
challenge is open, so all other ates their mathematical chance
teams submit your bid to Al Wal- of copping both halves of play,
dorf at phone 2-3656. The game, set for Mount Hope,
At the Pacific Softball League will start at 7 p.m.
dance, trophies wijl be given to Trailing 3 to 2 going Into the
the winning team of the season, last Inning and with the first man
the leading pitcher, home run out, the Pabst Blue Ribbon team
champion and leading batter. I last Tuesday night at Mt. Hope
The leading batter will be de- started a rally and the next man
elded, as in the past, on that singled, then a walk and three
batter with at least three-four, consecutive singles pushed three
as many times at bat as the m.% nore runners across and Powell's
with the most times at bat. second half pennant hopes were
Watch for further details of severely Jarred. The final score-
High School lost the services of
Abdul Flynn in the bottom of the
Alrtrtn Tito PrtirwflVC eighth Inning when umpire Ed
AlOng I ne rairWuyS Majors gave him the thumb and
ejected nim for the evening.
FORT AMADOR LADIES DAY
TOURNAMENT
Gibraltar-
Jones, cf.
Winners on Thursday, March Conover, rf
The box score:
AB
2
3
Pan Liquido and Philippine Rat- the danceall are. invited and 'abst 5, Powell's 3.
tan, the Liquid Bread boys were I expected.
walloping the Furnituremen 19 j
to 7 at the end of the sixth frame. r
The time was 6:26 p.m. Umpire;rflrmPr HllA PfPYV
Fritz Cheney, behind the plate,I' WNIIGI I VM I lOAJf
called "play ball." Manager I
Woodruff of the Rattan team re-
fused to start the seventh inning!
and Cheney called a "forfeit" on I
_ the part of the Philippine Rat-:
To Chess; Brainy
Set Ignores Red
Fred Corcoran May
Get Old Job Back
"i" rough an error It was an-
n rd that Pabst would be
V' ng C.H.S. last Tuesday.
The game actually played was
Pabst and Powell's.
27:
Lew Gross
Alyce French......,. 81
Grace Morris ..... k .. 81
Jerry Hughes........ 85
Lew Net
Alyce French........ 70
Grace Morris........ 70
Judy MacDonald...... 73
Jerry Hughes........' 74
Dllfer.......... 74
Dedeaux, ss .
Hilzinger, 3b. .
8ullivan, lb-c .
Kelleher, If .
De la Mater, 3b
Huller, c .
Keenan, lb .
Hinz,- p .
PO
0 0
1 0
0 0
0 0
0 15
0 1
0 0
0 4
o I
Totals
.26 1 1 24 14 0
&^r^^&?A%
BY UNITED PRESS
of
the Nr.tlonal Assoriation of
Apnrovrrt Barkethall Officials
' il star! a Bas'.etball Clinic on
TnestLiy, April, 8 7 p.m., at the
Cri-tohr! Y. M. C. A.
plans to crown the champion of,according_ todies
the non-Communist world.
Bev _
Noel Olhwm went the wav Two tournaments are sched- BHS
would have S easier hid It Plaved under full handicap. Play- Peacher, c. .
not been for untime errors For ers wU1 be awarded three points Napoleon, rf.
Powebs\inc%RiSVarsrthe los- ^^Sf^SlStZ oitrea' 3o '
or rtpenite thp fart that v. nit/ ed' S^eV-hit ba'Vd^^ach hole played tl one stroke May, cf
is of the Augusta Mas- d0Wn?an "Tlour W gies"aHow>'< f Par. The1 wtaner be t
ters Tournament, which started Tin thesewnth and St frarrie Igolfer with the most r^mte at the Rowley, If. .
The by-laws of the Pacific today, say steps are being taken|
The box score:
end of the round.
.Morton, p
AB
4
3
0
4
4
3
3
3
3
3
HPO A
4
2
0
2
12
2
3
3
0
0
The winners of the third round Totals.....30 4 7 27 15 3
the Annual Club Handicap
i Tournament.
low:
The pairings fol-
i board of officials director in 1947 following several conover lb
"J?nt Al disputes over -
scorer Larry iother matters.
Totals.....28 5 7 21 3 3
Bisno Id Western chess mas president Al disputes over prize money and
CTh hrrhgin,ninnP M?khU Srt- Waldorf, official scorer Larry other matters.
Kftt R ? Rta tf nutrhto Bowman, and the managers of all1 Under his new title. Corcoran
vlnnik out of Russia u> put His|teams wafl appointed to review would locate In New York and Powell's
mxi2mb murh double and Pass uPn any event of "un- act as a clearing house of PGAEg0]f ss a
takand ^tfs' an2 'SitsV' Bisno sportsmanlike' conduct on the promotion and information. He nlckery. 3b .4
a!rt "that nPPT.tiations boeged i part of any manager or player, woqld handle all tournament Ridge p, 3
said, that negouauons Dogseaii- ^^^^ roc,tj. n, tho mPpttn nnhiipitw Thp r-'--------"- *----------
.-- ii- t>,. panmnriinm I Further results of the meeting publicity. The plan calls for each down worse than the Panmunjom' thp appolntment of ^ Tack. touring player to nay $3 per week Hlghley If'
J: .u ^k..k..ii ni.nn mint ett, field manager of the CAA *~--------oi. ..1.
P".?^.^^.^! team, as chairman of a commit-.
to be held In the near future. Williams, Stan Musial, Sammy 1
It was also voted to have an Snead and Jackie Burke, Jr., Totals.....28 3 6 21 11 1
WHAT'S NEEDED HERE?
WHAT (WESTS WOUUO UKE
ri YChristy Gronek displays new Safe-T boxing gloves
tu-h were tried out in the finals of Chicago's Golden Gloves Tour-
HK.li _. ...... ______J.. mm',, hv Irponinn the mitt Surfaci-
ich were tried out in me nnais 01 ^nitaRu uun. "< ..-
lament The new gloves reduce injury by keeping the mitt surface
SnHorm and smooth, distributing the force of the blow throughout
^ove Where most gloves are filled with hair, the Safe-T has
T inner layer of foam rubber cemented to the leather. (NEA)
PANAMA AMERICAN
WANT ADt
AM088I
HC0 A JOB
no
3
. 3
the CAA to cover Corcoran's salary. Chappel lb 3
'Veahevskv a d other top ****** *s cnairman ui a commit- Corcoran would continue his Mulloy, 'c '. 2
MoteanTwerey unable to par-;e to arrange and designate various present Jobs such as^outrnan, rf .3
H i^vJ^ J, tha rPPn Rudaoestt,me "nd Ptace for a gala dance manager and promoter for Ted McCullough, 2b 3
tlcipate in the recent Buaapesi.t_ K_ h>iM ,
challenger. ^*^J*eJ*ateJ*_ "all-star" team selected from the among others,
partment would not Issue pass- ~**
ports.
Botvinnlk is still recognized by
the International Chess Federa-
tion at Stockholm as world cham-
pion, and little can be done about
forcing him to play with Grand
.Masters Reshevsky or Najdorf
because the Russians are In the
federation and can veto any such
move.
"Russia just doesn't want Its
players to visit us," Blsno said.
"They seem to be afraid of some-
thing. Maybe they are afraid to
let them see how we Uve here.
Regardless of whether the
Chess Federation gives the win-
ner of the Reshevsky-Najdorf
match any official standing, Bis-
no said chess players throughout
the free world will recognize him
as champion.
The two masters win play a se-
ries of 18 games. Eight will be in
New York at the New School for
social Research and the Manhat-
tan Chess Club, five In Mexico
City and five in San Salvador.
So far they have met four times
in tournament play and all four
rames were draws.
AB R
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0
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
HPO
0 0
0
0
3
0
12
4
1
1
Championship Flight
Svlva Carpenter
Ellen Kenna
Connie Bishop
Bev Dilfer
First Flight
Janelle Chartock
Nancy Brown
Jean Ladd
Millie Hammond.
Score By Innings
Gibraltar Life 000 100 0001
Balboa High 010 201 OOx4
Runs Batted InConover, Os-
trea, May, Salas. Earned Runs-
Gibraltar 1, Balboa 4. Left on
BasesGibraltar S, Balboa 3. Two
Base HitOstrea. Sacrifice Hits
Conover, Dedeaux. Stolen Bases
Ostrea, May 2, Salas. Passed
BallsMuller 2. Struckout by
Hinz 4, Morton 2. Base on Baila
offHinz 1, Morton 3. Umpires
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THURSDAY, APRIL $, 195
Tn- tma AMERICAN AN INTRPCNDBNT DAILT NFWSFAPER
f AOI NINK
Armed Forces Baseball Championship Series Opens Tomorrow
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33d In fa- \'ry,
Albrook Vie
For Title
FINA' PAN'MA ARMF" FORCES
BASF LL LEAGUE i ENDING
TEAM Won Lost Pet.
33d Infantry .. ..12 504th FA.......-11 4 1.008
1 .911
37(*h BA8R...... S .790
48th Battalion.... 7 5 .553
.500
6 .500
Atlantic Sector. .. 4 8 .333
Coroial........ 4 8 .333
Signal......... 4 8 .333
Special Troops.. .. 4 8 .333 .333
794th AAA...... 8
903d AAA ....... 4 8 .333
West Bank...... 3 9 .259
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
13d It, 45th 8.
Albrook 19, Sp. Troops Signal 7, 903d 4. 504th 12. Coco Solo 1. 13.


Atlantic Sector 9. 764th 7.
370th 15, Weit Bank 9.
...*.PU .ft___Tackle La Vine climbs out of the Chicago Town
1950, !soJht Indoor 220 and 440-yard quten. 1NEA)
v aftNl Mianrvv ^*
PACIFIC LITTLE LEAGUE
FIRST HALF STANDINGS
BT BEANS REARDON
84 Years In National Laaguo
NEW YORK (NBA) Q. How
many different ways are there
for a pitcher to balk?
A. 13. For a breakdown, refer
to the official baseball rules book.'..1!;"
Cj What was Willie Mays' bat-ji"............ i
tint average when the Giant fEISta Life........ I
called him up from Minneapolis fge 14 ........ 5
last season? riki iu.......... s
A. The sensational Negro out- 'fTJ."..........
fielder was batting .477, got only "
TEAM
Won Lost
3
4
5
5
5
8
one hit In his first 26 trips to the
Iilate with New York, but finally
Inlshed with a .175 mark.
A. What is Stan Muslal's life-
time BA?
A. The great Cardinal slugger ..........
has a .347 lifetime batting aver-; -f* ,........... !
age, which brings him eren with*'"*.".;,.........
Ted Williams. Only Ty Cobb ""'" u,e........ !
(.367) and RogsrS Hornsby (.S58).F,remen *
SECOND HALF STANDINGS
TEAM Won Lost
Sears............ 1 1
Elks 1414.......... 4 4
5
8
5
7
are above him.
Q. Who led the National League
In stolen bases in 1951?
A. 8am Jethroe, with 35
matching his total tor the pre-
vious season and
YESTERDAY'S RESULT
Police 4, Elks 0.
Score By Innings
Police 2 0 1 0 0 14 8 0
Elks 0 0 0 0 0 00 3 0
Winning Pitcher Sutherland
(9-3). Losing Pitcher Lewis
(4-2). Struckout bySutherhtnd
13, Lewis l. Base on BS
Sutherland 3. Lewis 1.
HitKlrkland. Home Ru|
erland. Doubleplays
ter, Lovelady; Lo velad
UmpiresFrancis and
a. 8corerMead. Time?
1:02.
CUN CL
NOTES
HANK ROSS TOP 8
These are times when It seems only Willis Hoppe remains
stanch and unyielding In a world of frantic change. At 64 he
has just successfully defended his world title at three cushion
billiards, for longevity and consistency, a matchless record.
Ho player in any sport, no artist In any field of entertain-
ment, his ever held the spotlight so long, so deservedly He was
the first of an endless flow of boy wonders. As far back as 1906
he was headline copy in the national press, as yellowing clips
which turn to dust at the touch attest.
What a long time ago that was! "The gentle, tender age,
MacArthur described it the other day. Lillian Russel was the
toast of Broadway; Jim Jeffries was heavyweight champion; Ted-
dy Roosevelt was the chief executive; the Kentucky Derby was
worth only $4850 to Sir Huon; Walter Ecker,all was the most fam-
ous football player In the country and a porter house steak cost
all of 35 cents. ... .
Mark Twain, no mean hand with the cue himself, was one of
Hoppe's ardent fans and was table-side at many of his title
matches. President Taft hosted him In the White House in 1911,
On which occasion he trimmed the fashionable Nicholas Long-
worth who had married Teddy's daughter, "Princess Alice." This
took no doing. That year Hoppe, aged 18, had won the first world
title at 18.1 balkllne.
STILL COULDNT BEAT HTM
- Prom 1014 to 1940 Hoppe was the undisputed master as 18.1
play. Perhaps it Was the impregnability of his position, his su-
preme mastery, that brought about a change in custom. Three-
cushion play replaced balkllne. If the minor masters couldnt
beat him one way, they'd try another.
That wasn't actually the idea. Three-cushion play was Intro-
duced to capture spectator interest. It is a more difficult and fas-
cinating game, In which the cut ball must hit three of the four
cushions, as well as the other two balls. Hoppe made the transi-
tion with a politely supressed yawn.
This, It seemed to me, was in Itself remarkable, even for
Hoppe, and I asked him about It. __. '.
"fs for skill three cushions may be more demanding but I
find it an easier game to play. It requires less concentration.
There are no extended periods of play. In three cushions you
Won't spend more than two or three minutes at the table. Then
you rest and relax while your opponent has the cue. In balkllne
you might be at the table as long as 45 minutes without a break.
Th! "mposes a terrific strain on concentration powers.'
c rf hand, I couldn't say what Hoppe's respective match rec-
ords are. A run of 25 in three cushions Is superlative; at balk-
llne Hoppe hits 300 with regularity and has gone as high as 400.
Ability to relax is a HopDe secret, and three cushions give him
abundant opportunity. Had balkllne remained the vogue he
couldn't have lasted as long as he has. Thus the public demand
for change played into his te'enW hands.
AN AUTHENTIC ALL-TIME GREAT
It is something of a pity that there Isn't wider Interest in bil-
liards and that the sport does not lend Itself to king-size produc-
tion for Hoppe is one of the authentic artists of all time, and to
miss seeing flawless control is to have missed an exquisite and
extre ordinary thing.
He has been to billiards what Ruth was to baseball, Dempsey
to the prlae ring, Jones to golf. Tilden to tennis and Man O'War
to racing. In a sense, even more remarkable, for he preceded
them, was contemporaneous and out-lasted them. That his vision,
delicacy of touch, steadiness of wrist and unflagging interest
have abided with him without impairment sq long is astounding.
In his younger days he used to train after the manner of a
Srise fighter. Gymnastic exercises and running formed most of
is work. One of his early managers, possibly his first, was Ed-
die Kane, who later had Tommy Olbbons and Sammy Mandel,
the latter a lightweight champion. It may be that Kane origin-
ally prescribed the formula.
These days Hoppe restricts his physical training to golf where,
Of course, he gets in considerable leg work. In all sports the legs
are the first to go. This apparently is true of billiards players,
too. Hoppe can't read without glasses, but (unless the necessity
Is recent) he does not wear them In action..."I avoid the mov-
ies," he explains.. .must not like pop corn.
The 33d Infantry became the
second rend champions In the
Panam Armed Forces Baseball
League by defeating the 45th
Fattallon yesterday afternoon 12 __
tn 8- W2?A nfU* weinsnannd1 no BOUND FOR OLYMPICS?The United State. Olympic Eque.-
men a record of 12 wins and no u.jan Team 8ti gh $40 $ needed te flnance Ju H^J
-j& and earned them the nt Summer> taltM a typlcal Olympic obstacle in stride in ana
rl^ht to oppose the Albrook Fi workouta at camden, S. C. Shown here, left, are Jebber Wofford.
era in the championship playoff: J0 Milford, Kan.; Bill James, Jr., 19. St. Louis; Charles Hough. Jr
which open at Beam Stadium. Al- 17 Burbank, Calif., and Walter Staley Jr., 19, Mexico, Mo. (NEA)
ook Field, tomorrow (Friday) ---------------------------------------,, '
afternoon at 2:30. ',_____________________________________
The Albrook Flyers won the
first round title by virtue of a'
single playoff game victory over,
tv-e 33d after the two teams end-
ed the rovnd with Identical 11 (
won. two lost records, The two
teams have faced each other
three times this season with the
Irfantry gaining two wins while
Albroo'.c has won only the playoff J
contest. ,
The second game of the play-
offs will be staged at Fort Rob-
be on Saturday afternoon and,
hould a third game oe neces-
siry, It will be played on the
Fort Clayton diamond. All
gomes start at 2:30 p.m
Poth teams have '
base-snatching
a row.
Atlantic Little League
Season Pitching Records
The Police, behind the effec- big BORE STANDING
atvln hta. the tlve Pitching of Owen Suther-,
title two veers hi nd- dalt Ellta' second h?if' Colonel Henry F. Rom of the
hopes a severe ioyt yesterday aft- Balboa Gun Club and the U. 8.
ernoon at Little League Park. Army showed the local boys how
Sutherland, posting his ninth to shoot the big rifle offhand
win, shutout the Elks on two hits. Sunday, in the Balboa Gun Club's
three walks and sent 13 of the 20-shot match at Far Fan. Col.
Lodge Brothers back to the bench Ross fired a top score to start
via the strikeout route. Jlmmie vith, and when Clay Brecken
Lovelady, Elks' first Backer, was fopped him, Hank came back and
the only one to escape Suther- 18de it stick with a 92 on his re-
land with a walk and a single in ,.ntry. This made him undisputed
the only two times he went to) ign man and gold medal win-
knocked bat. ner.
Johnny Lewis went all the way_
Breckon's 90 was good for sec-
Pacific Divisional
Softball League
Army Quartermaster
lie wind out of Central Labor Of-
fice with a 7-3 victory In the on the mound for the losers and
plav-off series for th; straight ,aVe ud four runs on eight hits ,n(i piace award with no contest,
season championship of the Pact- whUe striking out one and walk- nird fourth and fifth placo
fie Divisional Softball League lrig one. ere dead ties so that bremo
sponsored by the Physical Edu- The police scored two runs in j eCials were earmarked for Ed
cation and Recreation Branch of t le t\tst Inning when Victor Co-) ^a, AJ Joyce and Gerald L.
the Division of Schools Jn opened the game with a sin- ;.enderson. Henderson's perfOrm-
The decisive victory eliminates ,i6i p. corrigan was retired pitch- nce was one of the outtandias;
Central Labor Office and sends n ^ first and Bobby Barnes of the match, as firing in his first
Army QM against Navy Ordnance ,r0unded out to first unassisted. D|g bore match, he was right up
today in the final game. Central (0ion advanced to third base on there with the top men. Hender-
- -|uall- j leM two plays, then Sutherland gon is a Balboa ROTC youth, and
PlayerTeam Won Lost Pet.'thirteen fames' and hurling f- fc^rt V'C* Jl" h'S Xa
Maloy (Motta's). ..6 0 1.000 ty-one Innings. SfiLlw. ....ti "i.SS- ,lMted hU ,ourth h0m .T**!* of the Balboa Junior
E. Marshall (Mot.),
wail (Motta's).. ..
. Leves (Pol.).. ..
French (Pow.).. ..
Bailey (Pol.) .. ..
announced j. Marshall (Mot.).
their hurlers for the opening Crawford (Mara;.)..
ame at Albrook with Leo Mar- Davlson (Pol.).. ..
uez scheduled to take the mound Didjer (Marg.)....
for the Infantrymen and Mike Sanders (Pow.)... 1
Homo for the Flyers. Mrquez has Kulig (Pow.).....0
a record of eight wins and one, Field (Marg.) .... 0
defeat. Included In his victories Meeks (Pol.).....0
s a no-hlt no-run performance
against Corozal. His only defeat
';^f?rVrondnDllvoffs Hesco^l Gary Maloy'with six victories battery was ft Roberts and D'.iC. Bynoe, 2b
ea^otn^ J 2%*g5LP2gL SSlsT SUSS %
1.000 Lester Bailey, Charlie Leves Pl0nhlP eries scheduled for fM ieason. Club. His shooting certainly
.857 and Barry Devson, all of the Po-,"**1 **** ho___, ^,-J, ,' The Coppers added anotne,r.r"n fhows that small bore training to
.887 lice Pals hurled excellent games' *7-t^L^fi?p, .558 on occasion. i*te t*n:te5m lo?Bi llmJted C.L.O. p
.500 ---------------
La Boca Sports
.375
.375
.333
.143
!$ Arsl Cole shaded the Clifford .
qqq Bolt Stars, the former If 111 teem, i O. Oreeyea, cf...... 3
man.
The box score follows:
Central Labor Of flee AB R
1
5 to 0, In the first game of thejL. Edghlll, u........ 3 1
ng regular season pjay.
has
of the Infantry.
Containers will be played In
strategic spots around the sta-
dium at all playoff games for
contributions. to the United
States Olympic Fund. The
Olympic Fund is far short of
having enough money to send
the United States Olympic team
to Helinkl this summer for the
Olympic Games and all contri-
butions placed In the contain-
ers will be forwarded to the
Olympic Committee In the U.S.
uom'wpre the onlv hurlers In the At- formed by the Joseph sisters. Deis. Burton. 3b
rSnSreeacord #"Ygh ^Kanc Uttle^ue to go through Dlxon of Aral Cola was the only J. Joseph, p
id tSSe defeat! IncluXg oneithe campaign wfthout a loss. Me- home run hitter of the game.
^nTone defeat a; the hands ^ J^^ ^ ^ ^
all the games hi pitched. Gary
has an excellent curve ball pitch Hlfford Bolt Stars AB
that dazzles the opposition. He E. Pollard, 2b........
pitched thirty eight Innings D. Johnson, 3b....... 3
while striking out fifty-one bat- E. Wilson, ss........ 3
ters. K.Wilson,lb........ 0
D. Joseph, c........ 2
Corrigan and Coln. In the tilled,
the slugging outfit of the circuit, 8lxth the winners scored their -shellac Jaffray Day" waa
to four hits while Jeff Joseph, iourtn nin on a single by Barnes, ff[aln a 8UCCeM as the bruised
the losing pitcher, had to seek waiK to Sutherland and a single iamplon staggered home In
the showers lj the fourth Oscar ,y Crook. rth place. He had been spending
rke played the roll of fire- The Elks got men around to a ot nia 8pftre time the previous
I third base twice during the game vM|. working on the affairs of
_ but could not advance ther^ any he Albrook-Curundu Gun Club
** further as Sutherland bore ">wn .,hich la in process of liquidation,
and retired the batters. Lovelady > there may be some excuse for
i'-eached third base on a walk, a j m There has been no official
second half of the La Boca Com-A. Bowen.c........ 3 0 0 .UM ball and a wild pitch In ,nn0uncement regarding the
munity Girls- League Winning R. Foster, lb........ 3 0 \ [nfi third but the next three bat-, loelng 0f a club which hes done
1 2 *;rs went down on strikes to end :UCh to make shooting history
2 t'.ie threat. In the fourth Lem n the isthmus during the thxee
2 1 .lrkland bounced a triple over year8 of lts existence. It Is said to
2 the first baseman's head but died be on direct orders of the Albrook
Vion third as the next batter was rield Baae commander, hoirever.
i a strikeout victim. | The Albrook-CuronAu Wat*'
Bobby Priest. Police first bese- ul ^ missed in locel competi-
Wayne Wall, the double no-hlt B. Daniels, If....... 3
)-run pitching artist, hung up D. Roberts, cf........ 2
ic victories while losing but one E. Burnett, rr....... 2
game. He was gr
Ings and was til
.. .. 0
O. Clarke, p........ 1
T. Jemmott, rf....... 3
M. Smith, If.....-. .. 1
E. Barter.......... 1
H J. Henry............ I
2
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
While the two teams went down
to the wire on even terms dur-
the first round of play, In club was
reat In most out- C Proverbs, rf
he strikeout king O. Joseph, p........ >
of "the circuit, as 117 batters went i
down swinging under his speed- Totala............aa
ball pitching. -------- ,_ _
Awl Cola AB R
Charlie French of the Powell's J. Boyd, 3b........ 1 :
the workhorse of the Heraoz, ss.. ......
2 man, led the hitters collecting ,,on U)cai ciub8 will be anxious*
0 two safe blows In two trips to the l3 get mch marksmen es Bert
iL-am S'tlP1* nd Col6n' P?llce SCOI! Hltchell, Bob Demlng. Ed Coe.
0 Total............24 3 4 -acker, connected two hits in Ben McCasiand, Bob Gorder and
_ three trips to the plate. thers who have integrated their
* For the Lodge Brothers Kirk- Jlne teams<
f .. i with a triple and Lovelady .^ vlct0ry of Col. Roes camo
'Via single were the only Elk fS no 8urpriae to anybody, as he
i players to connect safely ) u been threatening to win each
* Today the 8mokles will meet { bore gnoot held recently. It 1
i the Lincoln Lifers with Don Ran- flne tn, for shooting when
2 del and John Engelke the likely new shooters and new nemo
0 Army QM AB
0 R.Richards e........ 4
V W. Jules, cf........ I
0,V. Nicholls. rf....... 3
0 3
A. Ortega, at........ 3
M. Tulloeh 3b...... 2
C. Blenmah, 2b...... S
R. Devls, If........ 2
A. Mllwood, lb....... 3
N. Weir, p.......... 4
X pitching selections.
The box score:
win
Police
AB
wlwpvef the^Flvws^eTeen his'team's six victories'for
fnTaged in^ally'pTctlce^se.slon" eason, while losing but four,
and state that they Intend to
show that they are still the same
the C. Roberts, p........
Thompson, cf........ 3
"Coln, 2b .... .. J
9 P. Corrigan, rf .. 3
'. Bernes, c .. .. S
lutherlend, p. ..
i rook, cf......
.Jelhofer. ss.. ..
Pederson, 3b .... 2
E. Corrigan, If ..
Priest, lb...... 2
Marearltf Stirs woundTup with This Week's Schedule idey, April 2. at Ancon Leundry -
team which has dominated Arm- ".""a W- ,wo,"nafluP fJ Todav. Braaiey (Dep.) vs. Wat-.ball field. Ancon has already clr- ggjL rf
led Forces baseball ini the Pena-|thwwmsn"e'PV will not son Stars. cled the Shorty League eham-;^0"01^
mi area for the past two. yeer. at Littleta^f g"k ^ u^ ^^ApfU 4: Arsl Cola vs.'olonshlp but will be striving to KMk'
The Flyers won the championship forgetmumw how ^oruuew ^ "dl^ keeo Its unblemished record In- ^corrSan 3b
Uct. Gamboa will be gunning for .iSLI .'
&2TS*rsi nd^wuTbTsSei-lpTtching victory over the Little Dep. Bradley.
n lLr thirrt straight title Motta's as Chuck hurled a two-
tal.tt? the vera defeated hitter, winning by the score of 2
Yesterday the Flyers aeieaiea, L
8p^toh3Mttln skill ?n con- Dialer, also of the Margarita
rWnfVi'ShSWor^eStar, who displayed, .excellent
1 Total............27
li Score By Innings
01 CL.O. 0 0 0 0 0 3 03
1 Army QM 2 0 3 2 10 x7
Jl ------------------------------------------
5 Shorty League
0 PACIFIC
I The pennant bound Ancon Blue -nti. 23
Devils play host to Oamboa to- rot.....; '
AB
0
2
3
3
2
columns. It
the way
LIKE THE CLIMATE
Klrkland, c
a upset over the favored Ancon 5i .,'
hAnhm !Ky?er'.?"......
bombers.
jHele, If.
, n? onV;tf in other eames torm In defeating the Little Mot- Michigan S
The Gamboan of Coach Waltl"''': ".j.....
Best Unslng, Mich.-(NEA)- Miehulich have the power to ^d {;; i
State baseball teems match Ancon at the pletj end ^ormron, cf. .. 2
Invading the deep!Jaime Pederson has hurled sev- {Z!LW0 2 0
..... t. .1.. .rim rl anr break into the
r. a encourages the boys on the way
p? \ up, and it gives a needed push to
2 the gentlemen who have been
2 resting on their laurels^
? The Balboa Gun Club also en-
i nounces a 20-shot slow fire pistol
2 shoot for this coming Sundey it
2 Far Fan. Shooters may us any
2 caliber handgun, but all calibre
2 will shoot on an equal tooth
except for those using the .48.
T The latter are expected to receive
8 18 l a twenty-point handicap. If you
PO ^ w 111 undoubtedly understand
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HOTELES INTERAMERICANOS, S.A.
(INTERAMERICAN HOTEL CORPORATION)
Tho sriaroholdor of Hotol Intoremerleeno. 8.A.
are hereby notified that a Special Meeting of share-
holders of th company will be hold on Friday, April
A, 1952, at two-thirty In the afternoon in tho Saln
Panamericano of tho HOTEL EL PANAMA in Panam
City, Panam, for the following purposes:
a. Modify Article eight of tho Article of Incor-
poration;
b. Modify Article nin of the Articles of Incor-
poration;
c. Modify Article eleven of th by-law;
d. Approve auditor' statement;
e. Consider any other matter properly brought
before the meeting;
f. Elect Director.
Panama, March 21, 1952. ^
ROBERTO EISENMANN
President
NOT ONLY THE BEST PAINT
wanhable too!
NW eotor
Reedy te use.
Easy to eppry
P alionmaln^ right on -- ^^ w'a. the wo^rk- Shiblfn
SS? 0elevhenthnistraiyKh? eonffif! < *""* ta "ny 0thM
after dropping the first game of i
tHe second round to the Infant-1.__ ---------_----------------------------
ry, by defeating Coco Solo 12 to
i: The 370th EA8R won over West
i Bank IS to 8, Signal dec sioned
the 903d 7 to 4 and Atlantic Sec-
I tor topped the 704th 8 to 7.
I Along The Fairways
The Public Works Department,
Naval 8tn,nn, Rodman, took the
Supply ari Fiscal Department in I
a Naacau A-gregate Score match I
nine poir^ -. to six at Summit Golf
Club Saurday. .
The victory was tempered by j
the fact that the Supply 1 Fiscal
Dept. actually undershot the
Public Works Dept. 1036 strokes
to 1044. This, however, did not
keep the Public Works Dept. from
thoroughly enioylng the chicken
dinner supplied by Supply and
Fiscal. .
Point winners for Public Workr
were R. Armltage. W Epperson
T. Surface, W. White, Lt. Loeffle"
and Lt. Schott. For Supply ar;
Fiscal: A. Baker, C. Brown, L.
Presley and Lt. DraewieckL
games, longer than boans
northern school
Totals........20 0 2 18 9,
Now Many War
FALSE TEETH
With Little Worry
gat. talk, laugh or n*t without faar
Ot utaocur* filie ttU) HroDDlni. llcoln
or wobbltni rASTEri'N hold aUM*
firmar and nor* comfortably Thta ilin-
nt powdo h 00 fummv ooor. pot>
Urtc or locllns Docon't uui imumo
tt'K alkalfaM (non-acid 1 Chocha ."plato
odor'' (dontur* broath). Got rAeTOTH
tt any drug tor*.
Dickie 'Tlreball" Duren will
probably stort on the mound for 7"^i
Aneon and will be going for his WHAT CWI.TS W
second straight no-hit no-run
contest. Duran is the wlnnlngest
Siltcher in the league and an ef-
ective batter as well. The boom-
ing bats of Chiam, Harley, Casi-.
ra, Delgado and company are ex-
pected to provide Duran with
plenty of offensive support.
Coach Bob Morris he an-
nounced that today's game Is
"Appreciation Day" at Ancon. All
loyal supporters and fans are
urged to attend the game and;
show appreciation for the effort'
of the Ancon lads in copping the,
championship.
UKI
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Clayton Breckon......
Ed Budd ............
Gerald Hendrlckson.. ..
Al Joyce............
Bill Jaffray.......... _
John Counselman...... JJ
Irvin Krapfl........ Jj
Archie Turner....... J<
Bob Demlng........
Earl Foster...... .. ..
Andy Demetropoulo. .. 84
Earl Mitchell........ 4
D. E. Barck........ ~
S. Todhunter Todd ....
Wayne Lucaa........ J*
Lyman Jackson...... Jl
F. C. Thamalls...... Jl
Boyd W. Ferry...... W
Ken MUlard........ JJ
Mike Wolchick......
Wm. R. Osborne, Jr..... 7J
Paul Anderson...... 7
E. Reid............ I*
MelMlllard.......... '*
Ben McCasiand...... 74
Barbara Mlllard...... W
FRENCH BAZAAR TAILOR SHOP
ANNOVSCES: Their thanks to the efficient fire department
in the recent f ire in the Tailor Shop on the top floor. Only
part of the marhinery and some fabrics were spoiled. The
fire did not extend to our fabric department on the lower
floor. We have in stock English Fabrics, Drills Rayons, etc
We are glad to remain at the service of our clients and the
general public and to give them the best and moat efficient
service always.


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Army "Retakes" ^our!er'Io
Receive Big
TWENTY -SEVENTH YEAR

PANAMA, R. P., THURSDAY, APRIL S. 1952
FIVE CENTS
$10,000-A-Year Tax Man
Spent $115,000 In Five Years
(NEA Telephoto)
BOOMED AS POSSIBLE CANDIDATE Oov. Adlai Stevenson
of Illinois, boomed as a Democratic Presidential possibility
after President Truman announced he would not seek a third
term, walks with his three sons after, arriving at Chicago from
Washington. The three boys are: (left to right) At"-', Jr.,
Borden and John.

(NBA Telephoto)
MENTIONED AS CANDIDATES Vice President Alben Bark-
Wjg (lt and Speaker of the House Sam Rayburn leave the
White House after a conference with President Truman. Bark-
lev and Rayburn have been mentioned as possible candidates
oi the Democratic Presidential nomination since Truman an-
nounced he will not seek reelection. Barkley said he is not a
candidate, but Rayburn refused to comment..
WASHINGTON, April S (UP)-
A tax Intelligence agent testified
today that Daniel A. Bollch
spent $02,000 more than he earn-
ed as a tax official from 1948
through 1950, buying $30 shirts
and $4 hafldkerchlefs and pay-
ing more than $3,400 for "auto
repairs."
A House Ways and Means Sub-
committee investigating tax
scandals also was told that Bo-
llch had a "wonderful friend"
who bought him $3,500 worth of
carpets, lent him a car and paid
some of his hotel bills in Brook-
lyn. The friend was not named.
George H. LeMay of the In-
ternal Revenue Bureau's Boston
intelligence unit, said Bollch
i spent $115,000 during the five-
.vear period when his government
salarv totalled about $53,000.
Bollch was due to be question-
ed today but he went before a
Federal grand Jury in Brooklyn.
He Is scheduled to appear be-
fore the subcommittee tomorrow
and will be asked to explain his
big spending.
Durins; the five years In ques-
tion. Bollch was chief of the tax
. intelligence unit in the New York
area and assistant commissioner
here. He maintained his home
in Brooklyn. He resigned the
latter post last November for
health reasons.
Subcommittee assistant coun-
sel Donald SchaDlro said Bollch
"has an explanation" for all but
$27,000 of the over-Income spend-
ing.
He said Bolich will describe
the sources of his added income
and then will be asked to explain
the $27,000.
The subcommittee Indicated
that Bollch paid more Income
taxes than his $53,000 govern-
ment salary would require. It
gave no hint about the tax status
of any outside Income he may
have received.
LeMay gave the group an item-
ized account of Bolich's spending
compiled by the Internal Re-
venue Bureau. It added up to
$115,000 for the five years.
The agent said he could find
further spending If he had time.
LeMay said Bollch bought
chiefly at the swankiest stores
in New York and Spring Lake,
N. J.. where the family has a
summer home.
The agent pioduced bills show-
ing that while Bollch was earn-
ing $10.000 to $11,000 a year, he
was buying $28.50 and $31.50
shirts at Sulka's m New York.
LeMay said Bolich also spent
$12,915 to send his children to
private schools and $292 for
World Series baseball tickets.
Bolich. whose personal affairs
have been under investigation by
the Internal Revenue Bureau In
cooperation with the subcomit-
tee since last August, listed his
own spending at $82.000 for the
five years, LeMay said.
Schapiro said, however, that
he "unexplained difference" was
actually $27,000 because Bollch
admitted he must have spent an-
other $6.000 but could not re-
member just how.
Today's testimony was full of
discrepancies between spending
Bollch listed and what LeMay
New US Ambassador To Russia
Hopes Joe Feels Peaceable
(NEA Telephoto)
JBLTTING THEM EARLY Sen. Richard Russell of Georgia,
in avowed candidate for the Democratic presidential nomina-
%Op; gets acquainted with a potential voter as he holds the
JjotU* for nine-months-old Denise Halvey In Washington. The
baby's mother, Mrs. James P. Halvey of Manhassett, N. Y.,
looks on at left.
US Representative
Arriving On 'Ancn;'
Five More to Follow
Six UJS. Representatives are
scheduled to visit the Isthmus
soon.
Rep. J.J. Murphy will arrive
Monday on the S.S. Panam,
accompanied by his wife. He is a
Democrat from New York and a
member of the Merchant Marine
and Fisheries Committee.
The other visitors, scheduled
to arrive April 14 on the 8.8.
Cristobal, are:
Rep. Louis B. Heller. (D-N.Y.),
who will be accompanied by his
wife; son, Robert M., 12, and
daughter, Marcla. 12. He Is a
member of the Interstate and
Foreign Commerce Committee
and has been In Congress since
February 1949.
Rep. Chester B. McMullen, (D-
Fla.). who will be accompanied
by his wife. He is a member of
the committee on Interior and
Insular Affairs and has been in
Congress since November 1950.
Rep. Winston L. Prouty, (R-V.),
will be accompanied by his wife.
He Is a member of the committee
on Veterans Affairs and has been
In Congress since November 1950.
Rep. Brent Spence, (D-Ky.), Is
Chairman of the Banking and
Currency Committee and has
served in Congress since Decem-
ber 1931.
Rep. Donald L. OToole, D-
N.V.). is a member of the Merch-
ant Marine and Fisheries Com-
mittee and has been In Congress
since January 1937.
WASHINGTON, April S (UP)
George F. Kennan was sworn
in yesterday as the new U. 8.
Ambassador to Russia and said
he sees a "possibility" of im-
proved international relations if
the Soviets meet the United
States halfway.
Kennan takes over the Mos-
cow post amid increasing signs
that Moscow might be willing
to relieve some of the world
tensions.
Diplomatic experts noted the
more moderate Soviet attitude
in recent Russian campaigns to
increase East-West trade and
unify Germany.
American- officials, howevet.
are wary.
Secretary of State Dean Ache-
so told a news conference
shortly before Kennan was
sworn in that he saw no par-
ticular significance In Premier
Josef Stalin's soothing message
to a group of American news-
men.
In a statement made public
Tuesday, Stalin said war is no
closer now than it was two years
ago shortly before the Ko-
rean invasion.
He also said the time Is ripe
for German unification and
that Capitalism and Commun-
ism can exist together if there
is a desire to cooperate.
Kennan, who probably will
confer with Stalin shortly after
his arrival in Moscow later this
month, said he will be happy if
his post gives him a chance to
"make a contribution to the re-
duction of existing tensions and
the improvement of the inter-
national atmosphere."
"Those are objectives which
seem to me urgently desirable
! and I see no reason why they
should not be within the realm
of possibility, if the desire Is
reciprocated," he said in a
statement.
Acheson said Stalin's remarks
to the American newsmen add-
ed nothing new at all to the
critical world situation.
He said the "meat" in Stalin's
attitude was contained in the
March 10 Russian note calling
for a big Fouf conference on
Germany.
Acheson said the Western
powers have replied to the So-
viet note and now await a Rus-
sian response, indicating that
this would provide a better clue
to Russian intentions.
Some observers feel that Rus-
sia Is pressing for German uni-
fication now only in an effort to
block rearmament of Western
Germany.
It wiU be part of Kennan's
job to determine whether Stalin
and the Politburo are only
"talking peace" or whether they
are ready to back soft words
with actions in the same vein.
Kennan is the State Depart-
ment's foremost Russian expert
and generally Is recognized as
author of the 1946 "get tough"
policy toward the Soviets.
i said he had "proved" the ex-of-
ficial paid out.
For example. Bolich listed to-
tal clothing costs for himself, his
wife and five children at $3,750
for the five years. LeMay said
Invoices showed at least $9,806
for this purpose.
USAF Redesignates
3 Non-Corn Grades
Headquarters United States Air
Force in Washington has an-
nounced the adoption for a new
regulation which redesignates
certain Air Force non-commis-
sioned grades.
Effective April 1, airmen now
designated as sergeant (E-4). and
Corporal (E-3), no longer will be
considered as non-commissioned
officers. The regulation provides
that these grades will not be con-
sidered as "airmen," and design-
ated as Airman First Class (A'lc)
and Airman 8econd Class (A'2c)
respectively.
It was further announced that
present privates first class will
now be known as Airman Third
Class (A'30) and present privates
as Basic Airman (A'B). Now con.
sldered non-commissioned offi-
cers, the ranks and titles of Mas-
ter Sergeant, Technical Sergeant
and Staff Sergeant remain un-
changed, it was announced.
Normally the redeslgnation of
the lower grades would curtail
certain priveleges. For Instance,
the Albrook NCO Mess is open to
all grades except privates first
class.
In that regard, however, an Al-
brook Air Force Base spokesman
stated that for the time being
no change would be made In Club
admission regulations. It was
further stated that appropriate
sleeve chevrons of rank would
remain unchanged.
Raiding Tribesmen
From Ethiopia
Fight Kenya Police
NAIROBI, East Africa, April 3
(UP) Press reports today said
that Kenya police fought a 7-
hour battle with raiding Ethio-
Eian tribesman in wild thorn-
ush desert in northwestern
Kenya.
Police casualties were one kill-
ed and two seriously wounded.
Casualties of the raiders were
not reported.
Approximately 300 Gelubba
tribesmen, many armed with Ita-
lian rifles left over from World
War II and the Italian-Ethio-
pian War which preceded it, pe-
netrated 20 miles into Kenya.
Conditions In the area have
been disturbed since the tribes-
men raided a village In January
and murdered 74 inhabitants.
$102 Million
Of Own Surplus
WASHINGTON, April 3 (UP)
The government has "recaptur-
ed" more than $102,000,000 worth
of war materiel as a result of a
C o n g r essional investigation of
highly profitable international
deals in World War II surpluses,
it was revealed today.
The information was given to
the House Military Appropria-
tions Committee by Rep. Herbert
C. Bonner (D-N.C), chairman of
a House Executive Expenditures
Subcommittee which conducted
a lengthy investigation of the
deals. Bonner's testimony was
Just made public.
Hta subcommittee brought
out previously that part of !,-
000,000,000 worth of war sur-
plus goods turned over to Ger-
many for rehabilitation was
resold to the armed forces in
this country by International
speculators. The Army had re-
rapture rights on the materiel..
After repeated prodding, Bon-
ner said, the Army moved in and
recaptured $102,000,000 worth of
such goods, Including $935,000 of
scarce electronic equipment.
But he said he had to tele-
phone Army Secretary Frank
Pace, Jr., twice "before we could
ever get him to do it."
The Congressman urged the
appropriations group to slash
military bndget requests by 1$
per cent in an effort to force
the Armed Services to elimin-
ate "doodaddles and duplica-
tion."
Bonner, whose subcommittee
made a round-the-world trip to
Inspect military procurement and
supply, also testified that the Air
Force Is setting up its own world-
wide supply system despite De-
fense Department denials and
opposition from Gen. Dwight D.
Eisenhower.
He said he believes "billions of
dollars" can be saved If Congress
puts the responsibility for eli-
minating competitive spending
by the armed forces squarely on
Defense Secretary Robert A. Lo-
vett.
Members of the Bonner sub-
committee also testified:
1) The Army has JSO.tOfl.OM
worth of material crated in Tri-
este and does not know what is
In the crates.
2) The Air Force is building an
$800.000 warehouse at Anchorage,
Alaska, although the Army ware-
house it is now using is "ade-
quate."
3) The Air Force is undertak-
ing a large depot xpansion pro-
gram on Okinawa and housing
at $22,500 per unit, or three times
the cost of similar units being
built there by a "local corpora-
tion."
44 The ArmV Is using enlisted
men as domestic servants for of-
ficers despite an agreement with
the Budget Bureau not to do
that.
Reception
The Voice of America "Cour-
ier," the first sea-golar radio
station soon to begin Telaylng
VOA broadcasts to listeners be-
hind the Iron Curtain, will dock
at Cristobal. Pier 9, at S a.m. Sa-
turday.
An impressive reception .is
planned for the vessel and Its
crew, commanded by Captain
Oscar C. B. Wev, U.8. Coast
Guard, who are completing a .
Caribbean shakedown cruise and
testing period.
Saturday at 3 p.m., an Honor
Guard from the U.S. Army Ca-
ribbean School for Latin Ameri-
ca at Fort Gulick, representing
the 21 American Republics and
a band from the Caribbean Com-
mand will be on hand to greet
the visitors.
The Counselor of the Ameri-
can Embassy, Murray M. Wise;
Vice Consul Charles Whitaker of
Colon; Embassy, canal Zone and
Caribbean Command officials;
and Colon representatives with
Invited guests will welcome Cap-
tain Wev at the pier and will in-
spect the vessel.
A VOA Spanish language an-
nouncer will explain the mission
and highlights of the ship over
the loud speaker, while crew
members at various stations on
the vessel will explain the equip-
ment.
Members of the radio and
working press will be Invited for
a special press conference with
Captain Wev aboard the "Cour-
ier. "
The festivities at Colon will
end at 6:30 p.m. On Sunday, the
"Courier" will depart from Cris-
tobal at 9:00 a.m. for transit of
the Canal and will dock at Bal-
boa at 4:30 p.m., where welcom-
ing ceremonies will take place.
During the transit, a Caribbean
Command helicopter and photo-
grapher will supply aerial cover-
age.
Plans for the trip through the
Canal and the reception at Bal-
boa will be announced later.
Communist Ambush
Slays 6 In Malaya
SINGAPORE, April 3 (UP) -
Six Malay policemen. Includlnr
an inspector, were killed todav
by Communist guerrillas firiiv
from concealed positions in thf
Kulal Krai area of Kelantan.
Swedish Soccer Team
Escapes Plane Crash
BORDEAUX, April S (UP)A
Swiedish soccer team narrowly
escaped death today when a
chartered plane with 27 persons
aboard made a forced landing
on a broad Bay of Biscay beach.
One man among the 21 pas-
sengers and six crewmen suffer-
ed a broken thigh, according to
police at Mlmlzan Beach, a tiny
resort 50 miles southwest of Bor-
deaux.
The team, plus trainers and
managers, was en route from
Madrid to Sweden via Amster-
dam when their twin-engined
Norwegian owned DC 3 plane
developed engine trouble.
The craft ploughed a deep fur-
row down a sandy beach about
four miles from Mimltan and
nded up with its nose buried in
oine trees bordering the shore.
The tall broke off, scattering
wreckage for miles.
i (NEATelephotos)
DEFENSE CHIEF RESIGNS Charles E. Wilson (left) resign-
ed as defense Mobillzer, announcing in Washington that the
government's plan for settling the threatened steel strike vio-
lated his "sense of Justice." The White House said the job
will be temporarily filled by presidential assistant John R.
Steelman (right). _______
A-BOY AT CALVARY
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taaa-sirW met ftwrHt, the earty-aeieed boy hod been norocd
Soiroa, mooairaj ci-rioo*. liswwtbirtoonoad lived m Mocoso.
city on the Hot wmmit of a raouwtain in Jadeo, most important
oroviace of ancient Unja). On door days, Sofero* could to* til*
Dead Seo twmfcjg m the oast.
latido, a majestic >
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Emperor Aagattw Coosor
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Raima, kraal with a broody hood,
naa-awddaaad mUlt,
French Close Trap
On Indochina Reds
SAIGON, April 3 (UP) Sev-
eral thousand Vietmlnh Com-
munists are fighting "with the
ferocity of despair" to avoid
being driven into the sea by
French Union troops 70 miles
southeast of Hanoi, a communi-
que said today.
The communique reported 560
Vietminh troops already were
drowned as they tried to board
Junks and make a getawav un-
der French air and artillery
bombardment.
Confused and bitter fighting
raged all over paddy fields and
villages between Thai Binh, 50
mires southeast of encircled
Hanio, and the sea as the
French mop-up operating "Mer-
cury," now in its second week,
rapidly drew to a climax.
Argentina's Veep
Dies After Illness
BUENOS AIRES. April 1 (UP)
Hortenclo J. Quijano, 7, vice- /jr
president of Argentina, died to- C3
day after three operations for a j_f\l
bladder illness. He had been vlr- '
tuallv bedridden in the hospital J
for the last few months.
Although he was active in poli-
tics, he never occupied a public
Dosition until 1945 when Gen.
Edelmlro Farrell's government
in which President Pern was rimm.,,.,.,t,^^J
vice-pwsident and Minister of -y imid,ihtmKmi
War and Labor called him for
i the Ministry of the Interior. '
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