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LAS VEGAS, Nov., April 10 (UP) Gove
scientists today rushed operations at Yucca FIue
ing grounds for the fifth atomic explosion of tfie
test series, expected at down tomorrow.. .
The Atomic Energy Commission would
officially that another top-scret.ag cw e 0.
about to be ketd at the proq ,u ; -
west of here, but all the usu ao$o ~nM M
As uspil, the AEC refused t say whth t.h
would be set off inside a tiny metal cab etopine
threO 3 deestapl and ahminumi twersi ll
setYYatt F6t or dropped by *a Air Foe ne.
tebts ate tbeen M owar .
S* Is bSeen air
Bd N flV Yucca Plat,
pleted only we and.,#,
mf tfW~flI "^ ^ exet^f~in |
I.., M. JM
1. O "Mul
! into the aer-
Va hit during
M eriod after
o his basic
.3 satrangements have been
.i services here although
l at and uncle said that
tc requst'the return
baf, y toh C Isthmus for
1 at Mount B o Cemetery.
The. "eVel pl t~r)Prooucts
1,, Iha. of. tPao& today
Md zI air"ak M eat Pana-
Oell Aubllcity reease that
S-lim e supply of nmIk to
r B~samrles had been re-
etodG tbeus-e pre was too
*ILve], according to general
SJoseph AnthourR -
ered to supply te coim-
a illk at 12 ent W per
amllght y 1ir than a jt
mine price te OuazU
asi b-i'pinKfor fm lor the
yea, and up to as re-
as n. 12,- Ms.,
tCai sl a e t bedit,ies
p taj the erro-
i 9vWa offer
atom '"Massfa y,
zftoa oru wf out
W wpi the oCu'*e6utgh the
are tine Mt ewti of
itjr seasodt rthe
r..p.oo t Waiddt
... h.?. 4d ..
Ich IupecMn Me o, .-cad
I lhpoe~ttn he off -olie
Milton 8. Mayer, of narbyUMt.
Shasta, jald a doctor "doe't
know whit the irritation I&."
"The doctor said if it is radid-
activity, he wouldn't know what
to do about it," Mayer said,
Mayer was tne first to report
the eerie anoafall. He and -bhis
wife were nrlrg Tall River to
ML. Sbast Wednesday night
when they ogtleed the snow fal-
ling around toem was a phOla
* told ny wife not to sany
anything about It to anybody."
Mayer said; "or we'd laughed out
of the count y."
However, )fst, Mayer persuad-
ed her PmuAtA to drive to this
small lumbr toen. They got two
adults and" two teen-agers who
examined tle qnow and agreed
It was *
U. 8: W Bireau sa kes-
men wa r u$$o ed over the re-
port but -Id thy believed t was
"ponlbIt aJeauflon from the Las
LBut :1 A" nergy .Com-
mission ;okesman in Ban Fran-
cisco tended to shrug off the re-
"NatLutI a aything out of the
ordinary weul be lamed an the
atomic qrpsan thew days," he
Mayer said he w&a trying to
Siget the AK to Inspect the skin
irritation he and his wife suffer-
ed to findl t was caused by
,"Our ifda erupted into 1itthe
blisters and be o when thy wer
acratcNed." rMaer said.
e said their skin was still
itching and e **IrritatUon je
to be wOrl
Mayeo ~ld be and his wife
were n the me of the disoolor-
ed ms tet abgt and hour and
the rita F taa began almost
a aels aawcfrtr
tomaic ua vel r In U. S.
which is expected to oi4
Impnding blast by
4 i-- f
R~ideunts of Bella Vista and
sr"unding areas were, with
cooki gas w odky due to a e"-
10 in. an a
to w M line.
thelrMSa. ts deow d until let-
er this a a, obr
compa*y.. witl)l V4 A
make a hot-i-o-housae a.|s
to deteBti .wiatlar tsntl s
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LET'S LOOK AT THE TELEPHONE BOOK
' I have been a constant reader of your Mail Box for ma
years. I have seen gripes that were really justified, and so
that were not. Here is one that I think should be brought
S t attention of the powers-that-be. Even though it does
1 lly affect me personally but it makes me very ashamed of
giVernment, so in the name of democracy and sheer decency, l
Ie the facts and, correct such grave errors in the future, If
. g meant must be looked upon and respected as a lead
democratic nation. So will you kindly publish the same for me
There is a little Commissary owned by the Panama Cai
SCompany and located about mid-way of the Pacific and Atlan
ides of the Isthmus. This little store reminds one very much
our tttle country store at home. This store is managed by av
.lin person, a man of the Negro race and a local rater. I hi
the-greatest respect for his qualities and his abilities as an cxec
I have watched with sincerity the pull-and-putting of t
i store, the cutting of personnel and many other handicaps ti
this store has gone through and is still going through, and
this poor boy is still the same pleasant person I have watched
I once asked one of the U. S. Rate managers if this locate ra
could attend any of the meetings held with managers once ]
moith, and If he did, why he did not protest some of the han
caps that he is working under. To this I was given a round abc
Now what really gets me is this, I got my new telephone
rectory a- few days ago, and thought I would peruse Its page,
bit; I noticed under the heading Commissart Division were i
title "Ma2nger" after the name of the Individual stores, yet t
little4-country store boy was deprived of this special name, ev
though 1i my opinion he rates the name more than a good ma
of the others so named.
TI stay my curiosity, I turned the pages back to the Cli
hope DtviZltn, lo and behold every one of the heads o0 the o1
rate uits were still classified as managersalong with their U
raterm. Andc by the way, I understand. that these managers
sseet in their monthly meetings without any prejudice.
Now here sl the Sixty-four Dollar Question: Why is th
VDees the Clubhouse Division think more of their talented lo
waters than the Commissary Division, or is the Clubhouse Dl
slon led by a more democratic man or staff than the Comm
bIt can't sign my name because I am not yet ready for the n
- U. MOW KratuC.
HORIONTAL Play the part 1 a0
1 Actor on of.who
tl Brtish, money
ommi of account
CHmmio r 9 P inr tb.)
7 He was born 10 Tardy
in.-,. 1iPasge in the
13 Click-beetle 12 Nostril 30 Essential 46 Small piece
1 Printing 19 Diminutive of being ground
mistakes Margaret 31 Scottish 47 Plexus
15 Harangue 21 Parched sheepfolds 48 Abounding
16 Church 22 Come 37 Compound ore
festival 23 Tidier ethers 50 Blackbir'd c
17 Turf 24 More rational 38 Compass point cuckoo fami
18 April (ab.) 26 Barriers in 41 Weird 51 Far off (con
20 Before rivers 42 Fling form)
31 Glossy cotton 26 Verbal 43 emeraldd Isle" 53 Unusual
fabrics 27 Carsy (coll.) 44"-- and the54 Hawaiian
S2 Excepsively 29 Containers King of Siam" wreath
' fend one
4Mixhtler \ '1 I7 I IL q s' S I.. I
Rets fax by
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IN lE STRANGEST PLACES
Sas full of lusk
17I0 ejuttored an the atUt
"A PA PelIaMl ad old the lot
to 9 happy I.a. lo
N. -- m every day -
IN PAN*r* A#ll bAM *eUs a MORE CLASSIFIED
am g oPlit i0 Psnami combined
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goo By Victor Riesel
The sickle Is finally losing
And just 'when the Soviets
need it most. Right when it's
smack In the middle of what
Secretary of State Dulles and
Gen. Alfred M. Oruenther re-
veal s Russia's "major effort
*r, to Isolate the U.S. from its al-
.i. lies" In Europe.
S At this momeht, our AL
the Hollywood stars, producers, dl-
iectors and technical crafts-
AFL's Parisian office, have
wnlpped together a new cru-
,o sauce in Europe with the spe-
cific approval of the man who
sparked the last one -Prai-
Working in flying squads
with such European friend
of America as producer Robr -
Russelln and the venerable onr
U-lascLt novelist, Ignace 81-
my lone, are such filmland clbr I
me rites as Gene Kelly, Humphry
to Bogart, John (Moulln Roge)
not Huston, and others now shoot-
my ing on the content.
it's Aim of their light L to
our smash the seething, but ab-
ng tie Soviet campaign to seo
? our military allies and el-
nal tural forces In Etare Ia t
'tic an era of good feellag h
of which the past wll b 14.
ave Just as the. Russians h
cu- their peace lures wit l the ..
NATO Army, so to .
prevent us from geCWiat l
his pro American ana en a
ha through such units in A.Ops
yet as the AFL's Free Trade Uk-bl
for Committee and the Frtafds of
ter Our nation's entire diploma.
per tic military threat This means
di- a continued propaganda wa*.
out The Communhl ar e maln-
raining their ant American
dl- press, fronts and other appa-
t. a s, while sweet talking our
the E'ropean friends into believing
his t Is no longer necessary to
ven keep similar pro American
ny units aUve.
However, now the. pro-U. &
intellectual and cultural fore
b- are on the offensive -dnce,
cal for the first time, they have a NEW YOM
al central headquartersI Pars- ime, the
he one supplied by thMe AlL of traft
This was fully described to eWi b
Il President Elsenhow latst week in the ancy
al v Its representave, Ir back, when
I-l Biown.. tier own prm
For the first Ume we're ae- Utn. p
t ,ally taking fro the Conmmu- In the Cla
e nm~t side the glaiairoq actors, trWibtat to
writers and cultural Ibaders wtttaheld. Af
who are really., m taty force waa
since they can -swia uatoam wil '
towards, orf- a pr-
p Pareduesps IL mt*
A Ad to ttal Y
friends beh i thea has I
Iome for all good men to mzin-
imize the menace of the Corn- J vice fi
in.nlst Party could be malitarui- clte *ilMI
ly disastrous some day. ave "a ,MI
So the Initial mme in the
pro-U.S. preap's eatera-ef. ThIII
s ensive will be a big Pa eiaA heir Into
demoastratien featuring l h Ure t- --
Huston, Gene KelWy (who has hi prety
been taking to the aer with .
S 'saults on Soviet ant-Sei- e
o tisma) and Humphrey Begart, tmr al Pa 1
I among others. To this raly w iL
n ll be Invited French ie .
in stars and writer who have
innocently been caught up t
f covert Communist maeuvers -ies Wardi
ilv just as some of oar ely- Jalke's e
nb. "ood artists were snared i he deserved."
the Thirties. This is a
These French creative people .1o21
w;11 get a new slant on America W i
from their own kind of profes- 1C0 2 Wi
s'onal talent, talking to them as!
members of trade unions which
S, ne contnentals pect highly
I,"- th- f!-ht against tUieCom
mies In Hllywood. This task
I ..- be.n assigned to boofer-
'director Gene Kelly. I
The rally was planned recent-
Iy at a luncheon called by the
AFL people in Europe. Gather-' wAS M
ed around the table then were ihe _M
1 John Huston. Igzn e 8one and
the AFL officials, Mtk andb
1 r. rley with the generalbecretar lI ce
I of the pro-AmericanM Friends o Tne
Pr. edom. There they started ao,. q l
Se-ond project -a Eropean nOtBef a
premiere of "Moulta Rouge.' .
to which will be asked vlrtualy I Sy"
tue entire conUnental e.ituralj "red tm I
world. tea m. iI ]
The peoat is to shew that we T
4merieaas aren't the w- a s
idiots the -gla. puwgw S1-
lsts try to piata -- Iad
Sto establ.h a mls en- i"" ae -
tionship with the hithert. ,.- -
doubtin.g Seopo es athe
-^ At the ama tn... ther Is wllb lI
parallel acivi- her- AD U." /
with the movie or tse tMa ,-. __..
men who want to start sa la- mn
n.ovie projectionlete aad ll we esas
other studio talent and (rafts aumrn
By BOB. RUARK
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-In Uthe bustineM Of vice In our You cannot qualiy as a pander unle you]
ave frto a bnv han soauethtng to. -11 Wd .I4M
b .:_... waa .. and S owa a
devil's- t r t
negat easote ~-1of (tal'- and, I he 1j fer lnrhne an
K eaea fin ,a
fog I. ag
low* has asI
uSmo t hea of wbh beYg d0l-t, .b I
0 1 -l
els O e dip p all te r Wa
MI i Bf s '' l.tO kw n. NOWis
arn ialbipto to UaX ad- M rofrmwa to
ty ri i |l *'";: '* .*:'
"Is it the plcofhU adminltratldto a
COngreg when, appointaient art about to0
President lsenthat J L wS
"Well, does -
There -wa a cwIia to
quite tell what was
Sthe affirmative.. c
"Does that also apply t-nttlW> Aw aill
the pear. .
P"Ye," replied nte Xq m- r.h i
"Welle ae9e* &r I
.i taus ed the
i14t 3o50 th
to vpphur ;t amm. OAg
hav.,ttnade anfort W t
tig h wu fit tne.
It, J- .-.
b In not OV
-f I. I -
Then. when ready. the w1Il S _'b O
Sorganie an nte-rnas em.@9 tft C
ference --out of wiah y
come, along with other s.
gem, a world boycott of Ca@- --
munist films. i- I
Once the unnm t fa aM
and Inteleetuals an r d..a
that the CamomaUnu mi i*t a
ions abream can o loa r tr-
rorise tbeM .b kM-Mn the-
woi beoflb a| h ek Oi
which to beat our ai f
o intellectual subm iss I W e
that's worth UM s y r
1'o America In tklls Writ .
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Others, dr vN
ia.p*of a At1- 6 gw -
.I th flag
6e In the
' .sOJdwsr Houses
t, r 0 *
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t Turks WirPi udits
., Soldiers I Korea
of e,' on April 22. d
o ethe T
Va with- m
drew it, exactin t
a pos firomee the en-
ground he gained.
T Mowedinto a site
northde, a4,liaia lines on May
A v)ot that one
of the rea des~~ar of the
Chies was broken.
24ww ltercel for two
dys. onatst was de-
.toenemy fell back
~id advanced by
Kt Ir kon Trilale
,' ;the Trks relieved the.
OEa Isgade and defended
th territory west of Kumhia,
Just the unit went bach
to in December, It
fought e of Its greatest bat-
rsn f aached to the
rurk saw their first ac-
Nov. 14. The brigade
M"s eet1c approach
srbyl pmg out a siza-
a of gurI and pre-
L, near Xaesong.
t battle for
Seme when a large
Chinese mounted a
slghbt attack on the
lh l ctinued for
he rook a de-
L Nv..14 a series
flood to the
N a water
, .'Mo ,W,e n m .
A ChlaWbe battallon attacked
a forwatt Tork outpost and a
two-day ttt followed in which
both asid4 fought stubbornly for
Wben action was over, the
Turks bad maintained their
lines t d" srM d amny
battle late In
s he unituk Seof sm .ea
Sc of t e hete W famUr n oK s-
e enemY's heralded spring ........ -
Of WisrJb a"
Practicdy eby e an
Plans wewe iWh^ w
oday far the "fabla "-
o be .prented bytheWl or
SolalI Club next week Satar-best attire, tIk i2
lay, at the Pacifle Clubhouse. prettiest hair dos.
This semi-formal dance, which
w11 feature Victor Boa's orhes- The Clubho 13
rn .will begin at 8 p.m. prepare a speia
scores of persons from both occasion.
IF YOU'RE MODERN MINDED, THIt
and demand quality at sensible prices. You'll d .d
well with CASA FASTLICH'S reuaona bly
priced carpets. -
CHINESE AND IMPORTED CARPETS,
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S$ray, Flesh-Covered Slug
Leads Cops To Killer' Gang
* WHILADELPHIA, April 10 IUP,. Brewerytown Gang' and "Green
-.-A flesh-cuv.rea bullet found; Street Counts" had merged
r cban'e on a street led police for joint exploits.
y to five alleged teen-aged The ceiling of the headquar-
k trs In a 60 member gang di- ters was riddled with bullets.
d by a "secretary of war." which also matched the ones
w1o kept detailed communiques fired In'o LE&la, and the one
On, the "'most vicious" organized found on a street.
crime wave In Philadelphia's Detectives learned that last
history. Thursday. Williams, Battles and
Police worked In detective Matyansv'e r;ot into a fight at
story sty.e in gradualh uncover- the gang'- headquarters.
Ing the ictilities of the gang. Matya.nvic s-iot Battles in the
They aid it was organized leg. Then he operated on Bat-
with millliary precision for "corn- Lies witn a raz r blade, removed
mando-i;p-'l holdups, had Its the bullet and tossed It through
own strict government and held a window Into the street. This
regular target practice. was the bullet found by the
Albert i.. Dubois. chief inspec- polleeman on the beat.
tor of detectives. said it was "the The next night the gang held
most vicioni, gong in Philadel- target practice, and the taproom
phia criminal history." holdup and slaying was staged
The plot began to develop the following night.
When a b'at patrolman found a
atrpy bullet with bits of human Adenauer, Wiley,
flesh onIt ist week.
Three nights later, on Baster SmokeAn in
eve, a taproom patron was killed oke And Drink
by bullet s during a holdup in
northeat Philadelphia. The ul- To 'Good Relations
lets matened the one the patrol- WASHINGTON, Apr. 10 (UP)
man had foid earlier. German Chancellor Konrad
S five youths were Adenauer. a nonsmoker, puffed
arrested on 110micide charges on a e.garette, a r, a.
Suldole owsad more arrests Alexander Wiley of the s iato
Those charged with the fatlForeign Relations Committee, a
SThose cclred with the fatal o an.... .
shooting of Jacob EWald, 61i.1tetotaler, drank a glass of wine.
Weh Vlas Stalti. Richard Wil-It was all in the interest of good
liats anJ Fiankc Matyasnvic, all relations between Germany and
18, and Tlseun Battles and John the United states. .
?Mionald. both 17. When they met yesterday at
They also viere charged' with a luncheon for the visiting Chan-
wvunding David Hudas, 42. an- cellor, Wiley jokingly offered
other taproom patron. Adeneuer a cigarette. Adenauer
Swald wasJ slain Saturday took him un, saving. "very well.1
pight with thiee bullets when I shall smoke If you will drink
bh threw a q.ass of beer at one a glass of wine."
of:the young gunmen attempt- --.... .
Sin to hold up the taproom. Sand "BlotOtee"
ce said. A trayy bullet caught Sand was used to dry Ink oni
lqdas In .:ie shoulder. documents until blotting paper,
L tip t~ police led to the arrest waq discovered. When a paper
of) Matyasnvic, who, confessed mill owner, in the Ith century.
Directed police to the gang's tried to write on caper whicli
headquarters .n the shadow of had not been sized. the ink
tern State nltentlary. spread to sur.h a degree that he
There, officers found that two conceived the idea of blotting
Of the rity'; laiRest gangs paper.
"Doris says she co" g"t Sid dti. dr-a i
who leads the laM n t apt of ti debatin
te im1 N -andL A*w'*
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- MEET WILLIA
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Chief Engineer of
r. Without Bill Baker. our life would be a terrific headache, for be is our
' tlpible-shooter for things mechanical.
L ON" SO e xessess
lj, alei msI.a
bow it is!
Oanadian-born Baker doesn't live in the hotel anymore but that doesn't
selly ,himJ from a 24-hour on-call .taits to keep running such things as
l .m laundry, boiler, power-driven lawn mower, refrigeration and
-e~oilnag equipment to name Just a few.
S, M between times, he supervises the painting and carpentry shopL.
h .< thme man who s6ts the stage when special events are planned.
V, "bw, ,"A right.
carried to a Panamanian, Baker hit the Isthmus three years agp. and i
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manner and the serious mien of a man who knows his
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No. 12,179 Central Ave. Col6n
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No. 4 Tivoli Ave.-Phone 2-2291, and
Fourth of July Ave.-Phone 2-0441
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No. 55 West 12th Street
Carbon bIg Store
10.059 MeMudne Ave.-Phoe MB Col6a
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No. 3 Lottery Plaza Phone 2-3199 Phoane f, n d 2*3'lM
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FOR SALE FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS RESORTS ERCIALIr & o
Household Automobil1es .. k 4. PnoaESSIONiAL ag I-
FOR SALE: Vnit dresser and FOR SALE:-Ford,'46 model, 2-door 0I1 Aeei. C. a. music by Casino Aces. t n
bench; round mirror 48 inches dio- V8, good shaperoo. best offer; DR. WENDEHAKE Medical Clinic,. Gmu u hr L e -N ag that the r 011O
meter; good condition. Cristobal 2 revolvers .38 S rp3 Old ,Centre! Avenue & K Street Corner, C 'T l htherh NoVOy Nwl" ho3ld d9ue a w
3-2192. Cristobal, room 123 Telephone 2-3479, Panama. aleOvI oderta1t ts T A by the
R SALE: Refrigerator, porcelain FOR SALE:-1947 Pontiac Converti- SiCIAL XCURSIONS! -441 l~ 4 Pod a MI l O NARY
finish, excellent running condition. ble 8 cyl., new tp end excellent FROM PANAMA TO MEXIOO g.. # i 8AVIN ed m
House 146-D New Cristobal, phone condition. Tel. 2-4721~ t night y $8 trip 13ne 5 C GALLON tl er
Pho 3 46 ro-und trip 135 (15 C-BWS Ae rica6
OFOR SALE:--1950 Studebaker toeLOSANG A yL 1 lap. 2uiry n$ts k o M iMUCESPRAYER, o len
very reasonable; 6 tables; I sofa; "Champion" sedan, duty free must e Iri mtR obr rei rea
se l* a once.7 2, Cno l r'S Alit, Wlsmi & Garden ta ,. .-i1
3 chairs. Coes' Furniture Factory, investment, you for 6.00.ntete in a N bhy 30 or Albrook A191. __ atnt at er
2-4148. dealer's cost writ to "Advertiser" FOR SALE FOR R T en.
SPhone 3-1 469. Government employee can finance. No (Alteebile Box 134, ow). OTn .W-eXL 1.,is th_ l try i
QM SALE-ood condition, $0. 2- Phone 678-L Colon. Panama 2-1i655. 0il0, ,rg and Ja rVWt B
aftertor, 7 c.f. perf condi- FOR SALE:-1947 Buick Super, cx-front F IWR SCATlope recorder o1 ad rn i c ae on. AR
*in Vem tion 'blindsm $135. IS us n .d le -2 "B"Avenue NoA 9Pan- FOR RENTtuOineIle =10 3
Stiori, 60; 1 chin claoet, 5'x6' cei.ent condition. Qtrs. Locona 23, Cana oner Zi bI ofi o Z 1golr ..f ,te in. '
anlor), $5;ul 1 library table, Apt. B, Tel. Rodman 3544.$1,- furis0no owl pln to holw nta .lOnfi ri e "4 "mg l
2 $5; 2 stuo couches (with TO CAR OWNERS:--lf, r a smoll 'Cistobtionl 3- 4 SIwnlb" 2-2926, BrckRintg lear Pha. e D. lN y R0e
ionst, 40;bl2 porheht. C.Z. 300.00investment, you are IntCrested labor, sev590 or A lb s ok 6191. I A ldent
2-4148. dealer's cost, write to "Advortiser" A at. t.. ?-m"t~Mq.
5 B7SALEo-Sinole boed w-mattress c-o PamiArood mnil onK 134i ,Ad Csl co r IE lte-ARl SaLErn"
i o n$20. 2-4396 denla write tR S E
.after p.m. FOR SALE: 1950 Citroen, front FOR SALE: r'lope recorder, goad -h cid crate or v uest when he Vt
SALE:-5--piece mahogany bed- wheel drive, in action condition; o meode ernd rc nii elr n Vf Oto r I
60, -1.00. cln excellent condition, FOR SALE:-1948 STUDEBAKsER, $1,1. the o ie triphliCat iid irn- b l te"HER
5.00. Pne Houe 836. door Sedn. Good tires. God me- caiv, in the office ofthb Ii inl RIENT:-At "Etl Conre' lL Aoe-io o1 nator a
: .aN ito 2nd StreIt. Phone 3 chanic condition, 695.00; 195 aend Cot, tructlhon irecit2r, 2- nish, i n d cl 2-be
OR .SALE: Rtan su, PONTIAC Convertible. Ra d I 0, oanal Company, Blbodi Heigbts, Ca- rmnt, 3o 3 b tt t
bs l dble Norge washg W-S-W tires, $1,300.00; 199 nal Zone. untie l 1fo : ast, Al 20, swimi). phdonservie min
ain Excellent condition. Re- BUICKe Super onvertible, Net to. 953, and dthen, 1 d eplc wl for$ .33 Phor -addH#l, % 3
tly overhauled $75.00. 5565- W-S-W tires. Good condition, $, furnishing all p. eit
WANTED serviNt ce* Duoles,'i l sd and tErt oole ns r I n
~amns St., Diablo Heights, C.Z. 300.00; 1948 BUICK Super.4-door labor, services, and materials *ceeA
.. Sedan. Very good mechanical- on- certain Panomil of- anr' f1ethe oent *A e .... s ltpto b
LE-2-cycle Frigidair se3-675 FOR SALE:ition, $750.00; 1949 FORDCus-n N 79. For informtortnishedo teris f r. te
Srgettor. 2Stle electric fan tom two-door Sedan. Radio, $995.-all work for Resurfciln the. 3 k *ind a BS
0 and other articles. Phone 23702, 00; 1947 BUICK 4-door Sedan. Roofs of Quarters'.Buillings in.New FQR R :-Fumill 1 or 2-bad ecetionIn iorW
WV 459, Balboa. Radlo. Good mechanical condition Cristobal. Specifications and draFings room aprtment.T ISt. No. 3ja
SFOR SALE -Apex washing machine, $750.00; 1950 CHEVROLET two- for the work may. be obtained .6from4 P aa SeS2rm6o pt wlr0.i
so ot Coroa~eo. Sand C i ecep ; S o a Sd bid, in riplicotr will be re- o0
60 -cycle, excellent condition, door 533-8 Mn w tires, $1,1.0175. the office of 5 thfimtrct- aln- p.m to 6Up.t.
A ENurnsCetLre.ir.,Ps Ovs m 6,loF See 'RT 2112., Cu, o At 51-1 &"El l -a n -,11 '
FOR dSALE:-Rattns uitsstudioAUTOSUsd C t Hg,2-n
pter 00 am l ,E:- CaP950 Foad Custom V.r28 .. f' a. A. h.ot w
FOR aL .a -.,l Rattan u te, studio next to the CoCol,.alt, 698 A deposit of. P0.00 wi be ho wte w ifrib a, Iarm.l afop"were'
beds, lamps:otle d, ee gas ref- hone 2-4966, Pnm. required. for fof Cfca- iand: all conveniences. Availablem r
ero oh74.Te one M u vrtigins and draw1. Th deposit will April 15. Phor Dilablo Height o fO I
Sor T elephone :-951 Mercury convert- be forfeed if ti and ,.
A-4. bl ., radio, overdrive, new tiresorfei t- '
iWANrTED# ve01 excellhct. Dual mufflers, cled days" ope3in o bids FOR RENT:- 2-bedrobm n ,artme. ,
W ANTED OWA'a _e__-bids__a r-ter
desires small fur472hd&. Bl rmen C 2 lFnt codto,1 rdo, $9 .00 Ditic 4oltr d insft on- F RET: furnised a n Isea
oVwadlr.rereis P ahng. Also 819504 Pontitac -o tsyf c Ar
WANTED -R ir. Te lo. n 9 Pyouth 123 Son F Road, Telephone ."7 wa- WWl
dpi to act as care- o m taker nden cb tlt. eI 't uad. N ttirs t
soGermn at Coror o Streetch. Apart- free ckp liOn.ts. FSee at Sealed bids, in triplicate, will be re- x o.Fr- o u
St c -Balboa ii 23, 1953 and then publicly opened, pice $5 t l i e
oPaand utiflties. For 533- Mndi.. St., ,An On$1175. O'lOg roit ..
K t_ + B FOR SALE:.-1940 Buic 2-Olds oor se. i fu0ishing an l pcont to ols .Cll Crn Sbl 763. On hRENT- OPE3. II
WANTED: Three-bedroom h dus Hyd condition, plastic sa en r, services, and m Heights pery day r*
,VV.1 heiiatWr&sfive (apaZrntmentco
unfurnishedd. Please call""Ry Position O -ered n .., Aprilm O E
"Tasco Davis.' Jr., Embassy of the rundu, AptN cly., 5:00-d A" ut
United States, of America, tele- or 4 rs o tsi ll
.e''* w u Dto free car. Eofsel- 5i.t re i i4 t fur- SE FO
h4-F4u hduso.c2 badc lent condition. Seea for y Ids al L
re-acs in Rlam Vista or Son F -rn- Telephone panam nfA 3-4459
aisco. T ioe hon e 3-02 T"' P.m.o mqud u '
WANTED: American gentlemn FOR ALE:-190 Tudor sedn ex- rct and Inspection ne .
dess small fu ed rtmet cellent condition, rdi, $90.00. Division,a
in Vista del Mar or la Vista Phone Coao Solo 8304. (Telepho 2-3 or 2W -pg698. S
starting first. Tel. Pnam FOR SALE:-1942 Ford 4-door s-Specifcotlon and Uriings %fil be Coo, ll
S304 don. Good rCondintqot, $375.00. issued on a deposit o rf $20.00pf"'se _. rwll, i'
Na c s3248 uDe.no:t will berforfe9te4lif 40rlfich 25
*mA coins. Write very brief do -Os and drawing a. n, .um
script4orn. B px 472. Balboa, C Z FORdSALE0.-1952m Jaguar Mk .Vii n- nwithino .40 caledr s ofter ot n- FOdn RotT -r. l
withinelp Wold U.r Cnder trade. Phone cro SAE-Noo90it .nd C.l- ista .
H e l p W a n t e d P rice $ 4 6 0 0 w ill sell fo r $ 3 2 0 0 F O R.A .. .. C o. a n d ot- ist
6207ins' long and lhort wave re, vera 4._.
WANTED:-Maid for general house-v Am l da 5 st.
sleep in. Telephone 2-2739. No. 7. deer with radio, met .vso. due7 lV ."e
Gerordo Ortega Street, Apart.- free.e bck-up lilhs, at Sealed bids, Intrplnpltt1. willbey- "-
meint 3 CWVA, S.A. Celved in the office of the Enginerr- FOR NJ
WVANTED: --Good cook. must bakelFOR SALE -.1950FordCustor.two- I anal Comp, Bl HI
and wash. Good salary. 48th St door sedan, radio $1050.00. Apt.'CnlZMe nil1:0amYArl aen
C .23, 1953. and then publicly Opened, price
-. I FOR SALE.--1940 Buick 2-doorse r- for furnishing all plant, tools, pquip- Call Cron* We163. On 0P ,
&*O M~e Workes don. good condition, plastic seoil rent, lobab, services, end materlolsi.PrO1ll r.t y am ..dy
covers. $225.00. 5724-B, Diablo. (except certain materials to be fur--I
;d FOR SALE OR TRADEh-'49 Mercu- performing all work for constructiona..I ., NhTgaeo
Cash ry in good condition. Price only of Buildings and Appurtenances forD
covers Can be financed. Call or Canal Zone. Forms of proposals, spec-
Roberto E. Tejeira and Doug. see Cpl. Sorenson, Phone 92-1866 if icatlons, and full particulrs may be
U ka V. 3chnepel. cvilian .em- or see at 5464-C, Diablo Heihts. obtained from the office of tua Cmon-
Se t ofte Os Ard eae recibon, tract and Inspection Division, Roam
Ar-c y sorO --. ,, u-erea 336, Balboa heights (TelephOne 2-
-isncsghwriyestr 3739 o 2-2698). specifications and ''
iTuoetrae, an auto Au pment FISHING COMPANY has opening fo droiiigm will be imued on a deposit The
lterer atthe,' veiI young white man not ovae 5 years of $30.00 per.ot. Deposit will be fo r-print
nance Dhv sibn, fol, age. Combined office ind plant foeltd if spot'ficaltns and drawings Club
4. 25 check. andOBe |,work. Must be capable of supervis- are not returned within 40 Talendar O nu
Ia 3 chec c and S el, ing personnel and must speak days after Oboning of bids: 9:00 pju,Y
armament machinist at the Splansh-English and possess drives's-ORLb club ,os1
lament, ~hcp. COrOzl, Won a license. Initial salary $140.00 withbl puppies s c38-B Curun-thewI
ohe. chances for advancement for alert d ahs.
The suggestion offered by To. ambitious man. Reference required. .Ho; ., .re Invi
Ira, a Panaianian, was that Apply Congeladora Panarrlft by FOR SALE:-&IC.C. registered blockiviewft. .
!'laged fan belts be used to the Club Ch.quito, Bella Vista. nffle cocker Pavpies. Alto adno'and club's
I.sufactUieohboodGbumperm and one-half yoh old black nmter, door prime
-widea ,, adoted.FOR We still-have
Ue proposed that the FndaFrench noer.a few The exhit I
bu E supplied with 24-voltHalfHo Pime r-, o,,No..23, Can- n- d
erlyarge to charlge bt- DU o'Franc WON&aana
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NkA Staff Correspondent "4
MWOOD (NEA) Guys able people to see production
Let box-office poll- numbers in which everything
rate him among the first will be going on at one time, BY OSWALD JACOBIY
let critics talk about the Betty enthused. "It won't be ne- Written for NSBA rice
ce of a big-time emoter cessary for the camera to cut
ye and Beyond" Rob- from the chorus to the princt-
ylor doesn't plan to stretch pals."
band. Betty celebrates 10 years of NORTh (D)
Couple of bad pictures-and wedded bliss with Harry James
an be at the bottom," Bob on June 10 and she's grinning: 4 K8
phised. "I'm the kid who "Thousands of people said It K9 Q
For about three years I wouldn't last." KQ752"
Si at the top with films like
lea Bridge,' 'Johnny Eager' STICKS WITH SWORDPLAY WEST EAST
a mille.' Other derring-do boys may for- J 8748 6 10 2
"What the heck, it's all the sake their tights and cutlasses V 7 VA J 104
matter of the stories you get. My for a chance at the kind of *QJ K 08
career sagged after the war. It emoting that brings them Os- 4 6J10842 469
was impossible for me to get a cars, but not Stewart Granger. SOUTH
goodpicture." He's content to jab away at' IAQ05
All that chatter about Bob villains With his sword, swing on 8V32
"coming of age" as an actor and draperies and leap over walls as A 104
his "new maturiy"t has him won- a swashbuckler. A
during how long his leg can -"An actor shouldn't be too Neither side vul.
stand pulling. ,,. versatile," Granger told me. "If ENt ert seth West
"As far as I'm concerned," he the public likes you in Qnf 1 1* 14 Pass
laughed on the set of "All the thing, you'd better stick to t.' 24 Pass 3 .T. P
Brothers Were Valiant," "I'm do- You go to see Flynn because you Pass Pasn
Ing what I've always done. I know he will fight a duel and nin
learn my lines and do my scenes. throw 40 men overboard. You go Opening lead- Q
I've never had the artistic ap- to see Spencer Tracy because he
proach to acting. As for maturi- will play it for pathos and hu-
ty well-I guess the next step Is mor.
wig, muff and cane in character "You can't bounce around too Dcn't blame me for' the bid-'
parts. The blow's being softened much once you've hit something ding of toaay's hand. I don't
tor me the public likep." recommend North's second bid,
for m. thepbut that's the bid he actually
"How to Be Another Marilyn There's a matter of dollars made.
Monroe" is a "how" book that and cents behind Richard Bur- The hand took place in a
doesn't interest newcomer Mar- ton's decision to skip the Holly- team match in England, and
cia Henderson, the beauty in U- wood contract that would have tht. North palyer couldn't think
I's "Back to God's Country." Let paid him $1,000,000 over the next of a good rebid at his second
other shapes- struggle into tight- 10 years. turn. He chose to rebid his
fitttkf gowns, but not Marcia. It's a million the way Fox fig.- clubs, and South, logically e-
Sbh wants to play it "on the ac- ures it, but Richard's bookkeep. enough, went to game In no-
trM level. I believe in deporting Ing shows that "as a. British sub- trump.
lnWadf as an actress. I don't have ject, I can only keep $15,000 a
tiSf to be spectacular and flam- year, no matter what I earn. In West opened the queen of
b"o t." "10 years, the million would only diamonds, holding the t r i c k,
signed Marcia on the dot- mean $150,000 to me. Right now and continued with jack of di-
ted line after two stage hits-as every cent I'm making on ,The amonds. East dared not coVer-
SWedy to Jean Arthur's "Peter Robe' is being l ered into the with the king, for then South'
Jan" on Broadway and in the British treasury. Im doing this would be able to win two tricks
Toad company of "The Moon Is picture for nothing. It's like be- with his ace and ten. South
Blue." Ing an amateur again." could therefore hold up his ace
of diamonds a second time and
CtNG LIFE ENDS AT 40 thus compel West to. shift to a
Sson DireT new suit.
.Lupino, who has been re-
ready to give up acting A A- .Lw West shifted to the Jack of
all time to concentrate on Zurchestna clubs, and South won in his
a producer-director, says own hand with the ace. He led
~tetlrement rumors are pre- a heart and played the king
.oa0e. I nlu Oce from dummy to force out East's
has a date picked out In from dummy to force out East's
for her retirement as a star On Monday lovers of modern ace. East returned a diamond to
explains: music will be treated to Pan- declarer's ace, and West dij-
s 35 now and rye always ama's first concert of popular carded a low club.
I w d to be out of it music. South led another heart to-
timer a 40. Acting 't ass Arrison, who wards dummy, and West dig-
Strb I doesn't chirp a nightly t El P. ama Hote t thar black de. This
o mctr' es a toim donte n banformed an orchestra of out- card told declare nearly every-
o ziare In "Pop concert" manner, slan, South cashed the king
is t "he age, of 40. to standing manibe sen and A- thing he needed to know.
or wi youngr men so merican mnuiclnaw for La s&ale West had showed up with on-
S, younger Playing leads concert in the patio ofy then noting two dlaio ani only one
as Theprogra will include two hear, eper peruenon -had ten
r h e life cause noth- plyedin con black cards n his hand. If these
hom e life Dause fioth- 'm srlww jy-executed endplay gave the
eras much aslookin the sm a lu e on thename "A ittvided -, We s Imagination"
was the guest seaker 1th Avenuspired by a edley of Pan- d Navye made atwo discards
S regular monthly .meeting was excavated near Nata. Doctors' wives wl model the
ecutive council o the The damnian on this huacmba Sym-o dresses they have made ander
Sat. Fort Amador on that she deigUpon a Love." to keep rotectieeds will both black
tDolan, who witnessed dlamatie it and the relt is charitable work at Gorgas Hos-
... Th lt.ItWQ t originall Harri-I suits.
nuclear explosion bt ite resting addtn music bypal and one spade,
picture. ..........o qi- ~hwin and Leeuwon will be gt that West had
peature.." ..... te'" 1ive cards; in' eaoh
Vett Ograble doesn't chirp a Arrangers for the 1-pcloth iece For reservations ca
406 r do a single time stp Inoband are Gabrielele Cornella,
6 _jrry md~d6p picture, John ubby. ann Robert Batesa. Having arrived at.thisuoealu-.
I ssscht Fox w tables so that, they can-. enjoy noting the fall of eut's ten-Eth
ew wide-screen medium. beverages whle listening. En-sde He then cashed du-
a should be r e-trance will be $1.75 per person. my's king and queen of clubs,
ic hulaftremen-after which he put West In
and CinemaScope will en- with the last club.
nl ConisD i rsaa ,hWestfthen had to lead spades
in r" .0 $how ly-executed endplay gave'the
in $ i0 ,English declarer his game con-
S One, of the dresses to be mod- maide by members of the club,
elled at(thestyle show to be giv- the-nanme "A Little Imagination"
d.Dolm, Chief of Civil en by the )otor Wives' Club ha*been.given to the style show,
*o;6ethe CanaluZoneagov- at thklbext luncheon April 15 which will be held at the Army
was tbo guest speaker was Inspired by a huaca which and Navy Club at Fort Amador.
-regular monthly meeting was excavated near Nati. Doctors' wives will model tqe
execMutivecouncil of the The design on this huaca so dresses they have made and a
Area-Wide D 1st a f f a e to Mrs. G..M4. Steven- running commentary will be giv-
Sild at.Fort Amador son'that she designed a.dres to en, Proceeds will be used for
Dolan, who witnessed dramatize it and the result Is charitable work at Gorgas Hos-
nuclear explosion bebh interesting and charming. pital.
Vegas, Nev. on March Stnce most of the clothesto be For reservations call Balboa
dried to .the ladies what shown have been designed and 2-6316.
anA u han 1,h r'a.1n -
ng to do in the
just four miles from
pBro," he said, "the bright
auaed from the explosion
it have been mistaken for
Sdexcept an atomic blast."
said that the impression
m gets from seeing the
b much different from
Ou pet from simply read-
e~aed the point that the
Wenb is no different from
*er bomb, and can be cop-
1 as long as individuals
erlv trained. In connec-
this, thinking he said,
a great need for first
ms here on the Isthmus,
"Distaff" members should
e and increase their good
planning present plans for
$ defense program in the
Dolan said that the
IswIll be on setting up
organizations. This Is
the key organization in_
il defense program be-
f Is through them that
aluation is taught self
aldes also had an oppor-
to ask, and receive first
Wwers, about the affects
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'8 To Vie For $500 Purse Juan Franco Gradei Entries Albroo Y.....
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In Juan Fralo Nighicap P.P. Horse Jockey Wats. CovitN DDS
S o-- 1st Race "1' Native 4, Fgs.Pun : 850I.0 Pool closes: 12:45
Eight lowly Class "F" imported thoroughbreds First Race of th,oM. :
will bask in the spotlight tomorrow afternoon at the 1-Daniel J. Bravo.112 ---as sure th1ng I-5 1 Field bPlye, at'. Te broad fom_
Juan Franco Race Track when they are scheduled 32-ren.ta @dTn x-- lneLe:d t0-g rtonk tam vlldr,
to dispute a $500 purse in the featured last race over --Sear H. Ruiz 10tSx--Mut improve nore 10-1 t. hBo end i Mayaing marks over
distanceof seven furlongs. erdd R. Gomez 112 -Dangerouser 3-2 rtheot
Leading the parade to the her two previous races and will 2nd Race "H" Native 'i Fgs.Purs: $2375.00 Pool loses: 1:15 will serve ao an du.h trobl.a .e Mt
starting post, and most likely in have the benefit of the handling Second Race of tie Doube aor the forh or
the mutuels also, will be the of Chilean ace Jose "Paco" Bra- on April Mc eornm( te. n a. eClae
Stud Los Cuatro's vastly im- vo. Arkansas has been hamper- 1-Marfil A. Vasques 110 -G-od recent performances 8-1 M lok t Wal
proved Visir. This expensive Pe- ed In his most recent outings by 2-Lady Caren E. Silver 116 -Fair start will help 4-1 In the 880, mile, Paul are a d to ru one, tWo t
ruvn-bred son of Caliban has the bungling rides of Chilean 3-Recodo R. L. Oil 100 -Can win at price 10-1 will give the ed in the mle. llen, Vie of
n erlived upto his advance jockey Juan Alvarado and will 4-Don Mailo J. Phillips 105 -Has a good chance 5-1 r. It Is entirely hoI gins, ad neweome Henry Is I
ppings locally because of re- have the much improved Orlan- 5--Huascawo B. Aguirre 112 --obbled by had legs 8-1 f mighthse S tenton appear to have
current leg trouble. do Castillo, another Chilean, in 6--Escaleraila A. Mena 108 --Rturns from layoff 1 -1 all four of these m R t1 mi ch ,thbl r *ag way
Last week Visir returned from the saddle this time. 7-Opex B. Pulido 118 -_I perfect High School ee y boys the discand
one of his frequent layoffs in Another interesting race on 8-Kaisan R. Guerra 103x--Dngerous contender 8-. llar advantage first two sh d come up
gbod form and stepped a mile to tomorrow's program will be the I p, where it l the topipols p ) the bI
wi easil over a fair Class "0" fifth race in which native sev- 3rd Race "G" Native 6 gs. : $25. Pool los: 15
e^ I ,3rd Race 1"G" Native 6 haveanyJ 010M Sanel a nd u d-" y0l
Visir comes up with another Moon goes against former na- ONE hTWa v *
race like last week's he'll be live champion La Loba at even I-Plropo A. Mena 108 -Racing totop form 3-5 "
hard to beat. weights. Blxaola, who holds a2-Consentda V. Brown 109x -Handippe by rider 0-1
victory over Sun's Moon,.gets in- 3-Sirena V. Castillo 120 -Will tihit out 4-1
According to the experts, Vis- to this contest with ten pounds -lectron R. u V.Casuel o -ata wel ivis it tt4-1 -'
Sir's main competltidn wln come llRhter than both Sun's Moon NtedR. VasquezI10 --Rane consistently well'.4-
from Luis arruga's consistent and La Loba. Hustling Bias --Doln Joaquin Ca 10 -Lon
eteformer Arkansas. the Stud La Aguirre. Panam,'s beat native 6 o0-J. C1ds 101 -Longhot oehibllity 1
Lfea's Miss fairfax, Humberto rider, will enhance Sixaola's P' T/
Lee's Royal Claim and the im- chances. 4th Race "F" Native 1 'Mile Pur: $275. Foo eleaes: 3: Palmm DBeach:FIB-4RULO(Cr .v f.0 7.
ovin newcomer Fodtihdvich. Tomorrow's card has a total
Rounding out the eight-horse of eleven races and several of
field wll be Irish ."debutante" them are wide open affairs 1-Kontiki C. Gonzales 100x-bilstance unfavorable 12-1
erBranda, Paragon and Charm- which are sure to produce juicy 2-Lolito 0. Sanches 110 -Horse to beat 3-
tPrince. dividends and send home many 3-White Fleet C. Rule 108 nce to liking 3-1
oyal Claim Is the winner of a m6onihooter happy. 4-Filon R. L. Gil 108 -Wll foce pace 3-1 '
5--Proton J. Chuna 102x -Showing improvement 3-1
6-Campesino M. Guerre. 105 -Poor recent races 15-1
SELECTIONS BY THE EXPERTS 5h Race "B" Nave 7 F.Pur: SM.. clea noe: 2:n N
-a-- I-Sun's Moon R. L. Oil 120 --Should win again even ift
2-Sixaola B. Aguirre 110 -Welghta, route to sult 3- I
-UBINSTUIN HOOFHOUNO CLOCKER CONSNSUS 3-Redondita C. Igleslas 108 -eems off trom 8-1 .
D 4-Marllu A. Mena 108 -Appears ouf~elassed 12-1
S..-D Spial Do Si Daniel Die l 85-La Loba K. Flores 120 .-,LaAt .was beauty -3 '
Si.. msried speor Sincerided Sincerda.d
--Lad Crn Metril Ope Lady 6th Race "I" Imported 6 Fga Porse: 8 75. Pool oloses: :5 '
Op.x Don Mario Lady CrnOpox C First ]an of the Double -A' Tr
ft=.pe Dm ida CPae. Pip 1-Interlude) R. Vasquez 110-Ias faorable spot 3-3 2Oj GO S
1 T .n Cmatide2-Numbers) R. L Gil 110 -Could help entry -2 -
S 4-WbHie Fleet Lolit Filoe Whilt Fleet 3-Rina Rol 0. Castillo 103 -Fastest at getaway 3-1
P: Pretm White Flt White Fleet L.ellto 4-Regal Chum 0. Chants 105 tnprovlng steadily 8- e
5-Novelera E. CampbeU 105x-Wll force pace 30-1
? -...u "' MAea Sieole Sun's Mooe Sun's Moo 6---Nijinsky C. Igleass 112 -Could pull urprlse 30-1
Siu s 0 La Lobe La Lobe Sixoole 7-Hechizo K. Flores 108 -In nice spot 8-1 M
S e C.le Rine. Rl Interlude f) Pep" Co 8-Pepsi Cola B. Pulld6 115 -Rounding into shape 2-1
SNmbers (e) Pepi Cole Hechise Interlude (e) '. ". ,' '
S Iseilgoe Prestiia o tch QSm 1cthd The th Re tde M&o,, '
S'a S amb. Alaberds Full FUn 1-LuJos B. PWlido 115 -Dancer card, -
STim Full Black SeSb BlaL Sm a2-Rinty V. Castillo 118 -Could win at price .
SPia Ceriste C is 4-Preatigio 0. Castillo 118 -Hard to eat 5-2 ,
C se Ceriaa Inglsh Mary Peip 5-The Bath Road M.Ilur. 112 --Be lsieag btie"O even ila
o- Mm"Galds WiMA Wisebo. 8th Race "H" Imported 6% fPlseI: 8"M,0 Poeel clmes 4:4
Coe C6lelm Defe, D0 -i ifA. "0 1 -. aA
r ,5-..Black o. A I ut
8-0tate Ba(g-3 RV. Castillo 1a- NO y t0-1 LOCV method, Palm B" Uk`su q',
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o 9th Race "I" Imported 1% MilePurse 3316. Peel elsees: 5:15 actually bounce OUT...youke1 h ftbN
tIok fthe se qd game of the double, George Barbler smacked 1-Curaca R. Vasques 110 -Distance favorable 5-1 & t ah aou i
-off series for the Armed the 3-2 pitch over the right field 2-Pie C. Igls 10 ro eave that lets mool ,
Little Loegue Champion- wall for a home run. He was 3-4un Cheer il 105-S ms 10-1 8
yesterday, edging West swarmed by his team mates as 4-Pincel J. lilips 113 -LongshOt with chance 10-1 the fin t Palm Be evm
to .at Ccoli before a he crossed the plate. 5--English Mary B. A rre113 -May U t
the first frame two out and a man on, Jim Wall- 10th Race "B" Native 7 FgaPa ue: I ..
blmcu gi nthe sixthe inninf, weidn th Race "" Pmporue arse:
Wl g1ta scoring Doug ing's long fly was caught a few 1-Amaona F. Hldalgro 97x-Nothnig to recommend 10-1.1
at Was wide at home Among the many spectators 3-Winsaba H Vue 11
Cwundu Li t t I e was Brig. General Martin Haua, 4-Mirana R. Vasqunhez 1,8 -- -3-5W aso
enthusiastic 2:30 p.m. at Cocoll for the final 4-Veranda R. Guerra 10n0 T to W ef 3m 5-1
14a ROOthe game away Chief of Staff, Caribbean Corm- -6-MoonG ladden R. V OU 112 0-R ac$no tor-1 resllisaty" a dm tiedfabrie in asaM44NdKRNPe61
he long fly hit mand. airfax B. Aguirre 118 S E
g was misjudged 11th Race "Me"nImorted7 V,-anseow
a double scoring With the play-off series tiedItR V. Cast'llo 120 -F-.Pm ood: tu
Wale With en sped t Bankers -V......... 000 R. yaque11561h1.'.Pomez 112 -Not
ateoPa harp single will meet Coach Plaia's-Ra Curundu 2-Royal Claim) Bravo 115 .
-Valentine. Little Leaguers this Saturday, 3-Paragon, 0. Sanchez 108 -Not 3-1
W. st -Bapik enthusiastic 2:30 p.m. at Cocoll for the final 4-Veranda R. Guerra xW 31-1
tketr, hopes raised In game. -.Miss lNFrfax B. Aguirre 118 -IlaS-1
the game. With Nor- West Bank........000 300-2 7--Chatming P. H. Gomez 112 -Not ,1'
Osn waiting to run on Curundu ....... ... .202 -4 8-Arkan as R.CGstl zlo 115 2 -No.: .. .... --......
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SATURDAY'S STELLAR RACE
tItb Race "F" Importeds 7
ure: $500.00 Pool Closes: ....
1 VISIR .............. R. Visquez (1) 115
2 (ROYAL CLAIM ........... J. Bravo (2) 115
S(PARAGON ............ G. Sinhe (4) 108
4 VERANDA ............. R. Guem (3) 109x
5 MISS FAIRFAX .... B. AgWi (S) 118
6 POSTINOVICH ......... V. Cailloe (6) 120
'7 CHARMING PRINCE ...... R. G6sm (7) 112
8 ARKANSAS............ O. Catlo (8) 115
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AMADOR WINS PWGA
With one week to go to finish
the annual PWOA Inter-Club
Tournament, the Amador girls
once again proved too strong for
the ret of the field and cinched
the championship for the third
year In a row by taking 43/s
ints from the Brazos Brooks
team. Only 4 points were needed
to win the chamuionship.
At the completion of the first
nine, it was still a tqss up as to
whether Amador would be able
to get the required 4 points from
the strong Brazos team. Ama-
dor's first team came in the first
nine, one down, but the pressure
was taken off their shoulders
when the second team came In
This left the deciding points to
be played on the back nine. Ann
Little and Ellen Kenna from
Amador came back stronger than
ever to win the back nine from
Cleo Burns and Ruth Lincoln.
splitting the total 3 points. AlyCe
French and Doris Hamilton from
Amador proved too much for
Marle Parks and Verna Johnson
from Brazos and grabbed the
maximum 3 points to win the
championship for Amador by a
margin of % point.
Illen Kenna shot the most
spectacular game of the day by
shootlhg a 43 on the front nine
and bounced right back to shoot
a one over par on the back nine
for, an even 80. Beautiful game
The gals from Fort Davis
grabbed 5% points away from
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WASHINGTON, April 10 (UP) the people tr h a o
- Navy plans to build an atom- oun
ie-powered aircraft carrier
may be postponed indefinitely, TWENTYIEIGHTH YEAR. PANAMA, ] P., FRIDAY.
it was learned today.
Congressional and military
sources said th, step would be a
taken mainly for economy rea-
In the bak.round there also
is a controversy over the merits
of an atomic powered carrier.
mnder the plan now being
studied, the 60,000-ton super
carrier that was to have had
atomic power would still I I W
built. But it would have con-
ventional power like the first
two "Forrestal class super-
carriers now ol the ways. BONN, Germany. April 10 (UP) covered in West Germany since age qpi
A member ot the joint con- -Vice-Chancellor Franz Blue- 1945," Bluecher said. 'Wriln
r.essonal atomic energy corn- cher announced today the arrest Chancellor Konrad Adenauer, of Will
mittee who favors deferring the of 35 Red spies working for So- now in the United States on: a urit
atomic power project for about viet Russia in West Germany. diplomatic mission, waste informs- jIt
sia years, said that the first ed of the arrests and the amash gi I
nuclear reactor for an aircraft He said the arrests smashed Ing of the spy group by cabl*
carter might cost as much as the espionage organisation early today, Bluechek said. b
$a6o0100o00. which he described as "the Hans Egidi. security chieff a
S_____most important Communist spy the West German interior min-
ring uncovered in West Ger- istry, said the so-called "Insti- 0
many since 1945." tute" which djirepij~ the epilon-
Bluecher told a press confer-
ence the trap was sprung on
members of the ring yesterday.
The arrests carried out, he
said, broke the back of the Red
organization although a few of
its members are believed to be
still at large.,
The vice-chancellor said the
espionage network u was financed
by an East Berlin organization
known as "The Institute for Eco-
rnorhic Study." It maintained of-
ficea in West Germany, he said.
"" r. Bluecher said the espionage
apparatus is the third broken
in 'West Germany within the
past 12 months. Earlier, he said,
the West German government
smashed a Poliah Communist
PIG Dr. Lloyd espionage network and a
as Kltsz sits at his mi- Czechoslovak Red espionage
'0as"pe at ts Chicago labor- group.
OW where he has perfected a
id t *.. p, u .artificial res- "But this one is the most fm-
mtti Dr..D t has been portant Communist spy ring un-
awarded the Iter Reed So-
cebty prize for his work. He let
researchers cut off his normal Gra a e....
06t3"s for hours, string him
V9.-_eh e from a phone a,4i ,
;p .and make him eat a ournd TAlD
S w lver a day for a" nAth ihe,1Tond of WFRtean
Promply Hides Ou Oand
PARIS, April 10 (UP) -- Comrn- I
munist leader Maurice Thorez, .. -
limping badly and his left arm
hanging useleerly despite hib
"complete cure" during 30
months treatment in the Soviet
Union, returned to France today
a*Zd immediately hid out in a
s e c r e t headquarters in the
The 53-y'ear-old general se-
cretary of what Was once the
0 Kremlin's strongest instrument
in Western. Europe went to great
plans to Avoid any welcome upon
his return to his native France
He climbed off the private
coach which cost the Communist
Party an estimated W$,000 at
Saint Quent!n in Eastern France
.- Soon after the Nord express
bringing him from Mosco w
crossed over the frontier from
Belgium after traversing Russia,
r' Poland, East Germany and West
Did You Know?,
..That the Panamanian Com-
munist. publish a week Ily
.I .newspaper in Panama City?
That this paper is prepared in
.. f'*"" t the house of Hugo Vitor who
I ..teaches at the National Inlti-
^tuote That the two prime tar;:
g Aets of this paper are the Unit-
edt States Government I the 1 en Aviation Mag
to the interior o regular trips it cvanlea an exploeive warhead poweritl
and the in theme is "Hate invading bomber. Its, spee Is reported a
the..mianist Party reeves mut.ue-
". ~or three of these meetings are
held every month? Onels going
.ist League was formed to
fight Communists who operate
in the shadow of the world's
meet important trave artery-
SThe P aean.A awnl The
;- m. ~u've ever trial American eountry Gus-
$imt as er dm Fight Communism by buyin
ato,.. a tiCet to m tl-Comminlst
as set up in East
aded i umht
mseited i sre-
te'a Court ow-' a
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