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IB.a:Xorea April 15 (UP) they were taking advantage ofs
i I 1 (U) pUOitd WNatlU warplane the situation. "
CR fu p i (IP) A 7I p I t- imunta sup. Col. W fL W. Ingenhutt, I' *
Sw5. 2M Jose A, yiPo e.u'arOllk rda the Ala, sald ha arw one of the i.. L J T .l
s" m.,e W -,oil ayngt r ,todIy. largestt trailers om the road that
d11 'ty ,bu.t r4toeru .'f'Iro a ttacking I've ever seen."
a theat tehy' i tdentaly hit "All the trulca kept rolling.
In t hated to owort coa They didn't v4en pull over. They
"Ven*u)a p*Goday, taking full must have kPown they were sate.
o n nthe ofI.precautionsto seeingg all thas trucks and
fta dpyra, Col. pr and wounded Allied not doing, anything about It WASHINGTON Ar I 15 (UP) The Army
a15=t coW. WA IINGTON, April 15 (UP) The Ary iI
Renry to ge prIerl of war, made no at- made It tough, eapeolay when
sonoe no 're.red. At teo as hide frdm fonraUtona their heavy guns were ooUn convinced that the Communists are holding more AW46.
leatIthe pre fighter-bombers at us." icon prisoners in Korea than they have admitted
onten hed Of have re- Comunists reported only 3,198 A
Doran, o Remon ed been their -supplis at bawbw have oq re
nit has beea the job of tItk i arte Wvr ciptives in a list submitted to the United Nation Cs.
en- lht bomber to bomb tiU and mnd in December, 1951.
being full- the 1 nng x "!. alpan uad e a-
afiled tupulates. on wM e toward The Army believes 'that the number of America
fr "ri like the Penny.lr- s the ~ed b cp o- soldiers i mCommunist prison camps is close to 4 .S
b 'dtvided lUnitd l ke." said 2nd L. gar-.lAed.te asaauePh to
i. P the United ley of Ashland, Ky. graph. owMed onb on- The'Army estimate is based largely on letters, rlo
e ilt a bride 1e Nold, commander Vao of ud vehlpi 18 1a broodcosl and propaganda tracts bAmerican plw-
Scons- of Ska Dot fteconnalaaance south. of at noon to. P
orPa- sqf aid the Ieds were d~a. Aor r n o td ll of which have been carefully collected od
sden along *I RIW. a Roman holiday out e dhtel near ain t e3l pih. checIked b tke Army.
banl tr avel of tBht~r-baomb have restala- If t, Comminist stick to thr yar-old figure -
w Ipermiasl tlon was activity all aloni ed fromlila in the wt
lplcI ." the RI4 Korean road aert" he eMn a
l ractaua on that i-pn &ted 40 trucksm "6010 or ng" m cc on f Othe'other 1,300 Alp
h taht Gwtral A- -- Sinanju route. 40nticat at high al d em d an cco g of Hothr 1,3 A
.tre e mcd-more n Pyongsanr and MeanwhIle American Ba roner.
airaold at least 10 between meentg the fighter-bbnoto
'un." h K aorond their .r. triple clah of Meanwhi hIundreds of Allied men In the Communist conr
", 1. el. 8stevens said he had the Korean wihenV ee and C i wsn preionea Th. temperature w
1 ao.a many "trucks on aots te on were oa sa re d -to the lw 20s at night,
rel tar be rh a
r 4r4,. f tl o t asd to me ani thughi)
'h' firt ca~or ,. due to
0 trave- down the area of Officers at Panmunjom .ib,
,r r l-e oh Irtb- Lt Chalmer 0 Bturket wifl be P'onsang today. theft to meet Mtmuan said the Allied arra"pg
w I & in thir platoon con nder. othe leav the Yalu ments for the exchange -at
tan *ver this morning. complete, and it could begin teo-
hrd W Iom t n MIorm deI plans or the o- morrow but for the Reds.
e th A action and o ( dog s l All 61 vehicles wers hedued
r to h wrto heunt ar- to reach Kaesao .errow Signilcantly or not. U.S. Ah
r rss r tlterranpor.- ait, according to travel Amy planners were making p.e
dAn the graup tato aoat May 1. plan ubmitteAhy tie prata or an exchange o a
rt rr f Pd. i Cran, OGen. Mark W. Clark as war prisoners If that should be-
.-hold the Dol The dogW ill undergo a e- silent on the repea- come necessary. Voluntary re-
S- rod Of guarantthe before ey mu ilit bid for renewal patriatlon of captives was the
ofdba ca2 n po into etion. armistice talks. He lad aoly Issue blocking an armistie
So r. the Reds that he aoud c when the talks broke up las
S unit be attaWhed inl- It as a secondd order of Oct. 8.
to the 54t.MRCo., ort needs" aloer the trade of
t .-w,, ,, is.he Kiley Der I, *, w. G'
Sbig h. .L..man 0
'. ie + trd'-j c 'InT m.ovem4. i of ci ab eadquarters aa
ep ae psn toward the l a prisoner enclos-
I t&.. Wtas ; .t haa40lo e UunAieosuled W
gas r. JY ,t.April 15. Ir&dg at fra It present ca-
W. I "X "l"d MAWit. 2 the big
Stoo ant;,' q of the e 1ild be made.
VOWaiW .dfo. a Conamamnst vehl-
na the cle of Chapa in the
Maon In l-ow.U1Year-aW rawuonlow et serday
it, themdltf trii I, atO'.. Rl ea- Ie as of 01to p
Sthoem "o!; M AM].1dRWad north of
..It a t ,shau ,t Y to
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fe euEMWscations hvt
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN abor News But He
O WNED AND PU LIs4ED THE PANAMA ANMwICAN Pn~s I Labor News ut HeC
PO UNDED y NuoON ROUN1IVELL IN SE as ,
MARMODIO ANIA OEDIT* And
oHea o f,.1n. Comeo.v I ,mOSA P OWPNs IdNC
THIS an5 YOUR PO Mln Tv ERS OW UMN eough de amoV ta Jah
U.S. Treasury and Justice Dept 's 2B
SIN ADVANC ves to 70 income tax rap
T C lon them and then deport uthf ** .
S IAA crowd in a year or so.
So N as good oCHICAOO-wn whee the ret
S ThI Mil Y o is an opU tHrum or rers oW The PnmN Amer- ate" firstogh, t urne d m uobs ae ina
Jen. Letters ars received gratefully and are handled in a wholly conti- a mult-1-minon dollar bulsiess,
anic depressiv make bookte overthe
f yo conribute a letter don't be impatieht it it doesn't s: .-r tih fellows in the labor roacket, ar
Identity leU.. Trasur and Justice Dept'a
This newspaper umes no responsibility or statements as opinions com to slap income boystax rap
d in ers from rene on them and then deport th
TO THE SAGE OF STEAMSHIP ROW They may have to shoot a
ristobal, anal Zone. sWell, I'm ust a touristy
they digood town where the "Syn
The Mail Box isn open forum for reader of The Paneama Amer-rlerate" first turned muscle Intq
An. ts a shining example of forensic frenzy your recent philippic om a mul dime to a dollar obust n
in this column tanks veriv No 1 on the Ik.t of high, low and in- of thou. hands of pay enve-
rmediate ddeons. It manner.y even be good English. lopt I'er, make book thn anothe
Its wouefy indebu ate casr don'told boy, ilt it t so rantk. : wl Ithe, but lel thee stlabol multi a s
after, the puerile player intgs o rf smlan-mdied cognoscenti n who mtloar babies n o this
actually attempt to justify hillbilly music, ie. you castigate my husir.ess and mostly be-
omewhat less than glowtng oplimiton of the production, but yo cag too many labor leadersnt
Thisadvance no cogent wspaperncomumes no rf yponibilit on shortatement, you seeopinions come through -and the boys
more bent on venting your chldsh spend ahe temery of any- sh bn the Alabo Fral ard cn0,
one daring to disagree with yor own oracular and dogmatic views despite couple of Gunar-
TO THE SAGE OF STEAMSHIP ROW They may have to shoot a
n the lcal meme shows. Jur-year old irl to keedi pa their.
CrisobDamn it allsir we hve seen ou n several comedy dellnea- ene aofls inner seouright to--as
they did i one city. Or they
As and h g example oht you re raensic frenzy our recent p ppcy to discover why some mysterious
Atiedulate so rapidly as It m ven be mpreon of a man gargling inasl they kill a former
Bumoo as a defense for the happilyFL man byelunc nameMoon Is Low" ephand
Its woefully inadequate caste. old bitt also ranksr with, bu also they're sti the multiAdams.
though frankly e puerin the same reckless sp a tha of mn-mthInded cognoscenti who He w as walking towards of this
actually attempt to justify hillbilly music, I e. von castigate my husiress and mostly be
somewhat less th ulette w heing knowingly because t w the w production, suth yun ot cut loose
advance in cogent encomums of your own. In short, you see m are keeping their m--and hit hs
or bent on ventngyour ch shsusp ii lshon the writer may possibly be a strand boi the AFL ind 010,
one daring to disagree with yoar own oracular aund dogmai vi despite a couple of a n d
,n the local meycme shows. Jury e .ror.s to dig pay dirt. A
Damn it all. sir, we hcve seen ou In several comedy dellnea- est two nweeJks ago Ms in
tlons and thought you were rather ood barring a tendency to discover why soa mysterious
rtlsts of a our own Incomparable talents. ATc formterw CO leader. Robert
Articulate so rapidly as to give the impression of a man gargling h nrlan tilcd to kill a for er
a moose. With antlers, eten better productions tan the one e Teamsters n ao oph
We expect to attend future Lttl Theatre offerings ot to laugh a little aA hs The A
tho reduced prices between the sae reckless s now as that ofed a th e was walking towards when pay-cut sine General Moto stuck into but rath
bucked t he c rooked roulette whin lhball form, because it was he wiwho a shoo-t cut isd think- loosewingin. o
9pnly one In town. Iinm a pcriked car -and hit his -d
As for your suspicion the writer may possibly be a frustrated 1 --yea -old daughter, Vi eIirginia.i
Alfred Lunti. please be assured thaL o his aspirations along that Iulde child was caught in thethe ral thkers tefl l
In- are as nebulous asc TLages n a cottae adding. S very ip and it w An eighth of ed a forrd-loong o key to the a r
ew of us are i ifte und, dearpt with e oo d ace to recaugne our an nch higher-and the sbu cost of lvn.
imitations. And so leadinve the ailment of the Thespan urge to after ive weto off the h top of ill The n thebo thaty eery
irtlsts of 5 our own incomparable talents. Peen able to walk again. pay -t
And now, old bean, cool off a bite "sponge the fevered brow Wishart, who Just bolted pthe Br o L rh e
nd contru the so homoric emotions as we break to you the teti fom price of beans and bed sa
tht as a boy, we have seen better produconsoe nesse 4 beore e cent per- ano t worrs' pay ye o
nd Jryscussin n travelwh caed cecshows, to even "Uncle Tom's Cabinof deoreried by this Grand Jy.
nd with the added gmmick of s g Sharpshooter's L nime.t Wshart wold e been kll NEW YRK-ou got to l ald ater
it reduced prices between the acts. My now sainted Uncle Eded at the wheel of his car when pay
ed to ejov s nostrumgang hhasball fo mixed h Pern e w sho at reenl hd its employes, for the whs e of old buy of a o stab e
go, pip-pip, cheerio and kindred e:presslcns. lie metal edging of the bar!: ing in Involved in it. The IOtw OthinkM -wien .
,-The BLalboa, Canal Zone. trying o ot doefleted the slug signed, f whle back, whan dollar eral Moti rs eal apla.d
or mel dearO ealb into the celi ne ihtsno one would atll pny attention to th odt-of-living if eo ael-t the i, *
or tould talk. A< Jbry df- Index and knock by cent or soe in inch higher-aeurlthehot cost of living. t
elf S January' gover ent .
d n. And dr eating a bl derision for tme wasted.ewould have torn off the top of The union ano the boa ad ihat'ever
nce and comments made by them were of a "snuc highlout you old etymo Wi-hart' on through t t And the Ae
nature could t There was testimony f r price of beans and beef had rig.ity. od
gof e all on the PPcc nese orSde to pu on this sow? cent per on a very hl theorme s pa from the y eW:
S and they were raised in Balboai endind leearneckd their ancing on Ing- the rackets ar the d wh mtter will beo
e Pacl ide so I am sure her andwork wou e welcome same, and "a" u UAW-C. th,
n their "old home-town.' into mUile.as. week, h.ave mide ltntetl e t l.t ri day wd
I In Kans City Oiqr example, with then, If things ever eased AnpI oyld buy of al t, Thm ee
SYours for more,C o e'e boys have dewloped aC new tranhot do to the an. or labO i W t r to lee, y alau d- h a
wotechque heaterr tickets.- ttndex andex, an in ce or so the Impe i urly
t-Community Spirit In this variation of the policy ment factor, estab o a cot a
S-- and numbers racke e suck- flat. an Icrea in -trade rates -
astor'es plae a n from a would hate the foglati st ae to ls St .
ofr the takes layra lei a -111
t of the Pacifice ide were noted Ike au meotoerNeW York the wages at a mHill=n and a
leOklahd oma Onset m e b t w o a hilton the weather ter on a er-n t radebledegoo meal one .
e. Why could not the Ritoff sirp be allowed theain date in a certain city. auto worI union alaal 't gols .to old
gDon't snicker. This is a big a pay cu ent or no areement, ,..- i
f a hZONTAL 3 eroquoian ide to pt on this sh r on very operation, and you can't Ths l our te really
St Olahom, is Indian rs 5all the bookes. The numbers rpward, t- andto. hell-with- s Asdog
S they were raiSnooze n Balboa nd learned their dancing on tae r bets e wther eerev dw alwatte s ri Make
e Pacific Side so I am 5ure their handiwork would be welcome bame, and the. tak" rns UhW-IO bwlrd UL
theiold ho 5 Feminine." into weeks advance. For two an rea have urtm you a e n a o y
i e appellation bits you cans bet on sone.mple with the o Gner o i
-TOAcial s gete 8 Paus like'Sleet for Miami... snow Even If a certain sanity shows its head. lanIr e in t /m> gr titre inches or
Oklami train a(b.) fc rain during the 24-hour pert- twis o .. .
Yours for more, the bopys have ded in Tued a new tN transoon to th*n 1 T
Etec que Biblical name o "wed of the local ChambersI Ind n inr a
S-Community Spirit In this variation of the policy ment factoL estabIsnj o!artaf
te suck- .ioat' an increase In sikdQd-trade rates,
ers In and out 0; the big lac- Increase In plnow."UL
14 Il d Answ-ored y 2 Orifce 42 Garden spots of Commerce, let me repomourt a wou hate t et ue to
Compound 30 dime to a doll neAt all t s 4 s te tr ods arone high nd
Se on o the weaof a sthr on Mim a er- tradeuners there re few winnersone.
Bibla naea 12 Bamboolike 38 Take into 48 Genus of true Atd, as Wayne Murphy of the
intionl 19 A l 37 Se 49 Fetid air prt: "Existin g bettingcity. auto- lo ain't g o
Don't snicker. This Is a big a pay cutU. o no agregin
0 Concluded i3 roquoi Number money operation, and you can't Is o our tpMas ra ll-n n d no :o n
SOc4 Bitter vetch spp n its the. tcan bet olend of th ng pss iuliy pointe Ial hou se adding th
of AaIdl 0 Piusl "l Sleet for Miami... snow E f a certain nity shows t hea
OklReverend ma 7 mail in Los Angeles... three inches It and kee tle d Infllhairy spiral weaJy
taCompss poin, \ .c te..d dht nhaveybn d
Sthe mistletoe tri (b.) c -f rain during the 24-hour pe- d twasre th- ___n so iot-tea.,-.
13 Embellished ILearing od in Tucson." For the a c l preaenf
4-humored 9 Bblical name of mind of the local Chambers
14 k 11-uots a a ift1Ik
1 xpertsi y 2 Garden spots of Commerce, let me report. -"-su'"D e.. ...rnent
1 30 (r Ii Compound 30'At all times 44Shouts that the odds are high and
1Biblical name others 32 rt of a ship r h 8 Mimi there are few winners. s aa
IGoddss of 12Bamboolke 36 Take Into true Ad, as Wayne Murphy of the o
Concluded 9 Aurle 37 Serene 49 Fetid a Sit: "Eitng betting stat-vi .L
3 okrrowful 23 Solicitude 38 Number 51 Versithr lte in Mssotul do not pro- -- -~
S--- J -- 5 nn o /I betting or taking bets o I ,
fi vgtch sun by a tough mob, tied ,Te
32i t reraou 26 J with the St. Louls end of the. Pbesbillty Bf o ipolt cal hou leaning t h-n _.
25s Tardy ttz. working the big shops un- any Rocroe115 tagen In Wshington .
ft flatsut- c'us i boys lke to have con- intlco ye r'uJn ing te a a
CT1 Fils e-n's unlon shlet to ftewhas
e aloft anything, beeam they'd have of ig.
2 Trying to meve agalst their own an
experience boys. And that jt Lisn't die An
But the boys on bth sides fir the
Sof the operation and acts are s&rat, :
o_ due for a Jolt. T Mb I %Ps
iu ust about cis=" p! it
-A of the New
Two Neoeifboats, ". aSW oA
.i eUouten .
badly dai weWhedhf t can be nor
insp ed at I*-oeak 6, ] C tobul6. 9Hamrtley law --la
Sdaled bids tI 'l t
C. B. FEN.TON & Co., -iar to ..
Ssvercd duarl- Vi'
Lox 5S Cri ebal, C .r.bo. Mayeb tSe
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dt, regular stock at Greatly Redbed prices! !
English Per lare in colors
B H -- 0 pi cesP ........... ..... S15.0 42.75
S. pleoes ................ 19.50 Sr s
7tf. fM. Records and Albums 50% Discoult
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iping & Air Line News
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fBaniiff Airways President \;is Nora E. Rathgeber: Mrs.
vited To Coronation Helen M. Rhodes; Dr. and Mrs.
Thomas E. Braniff. pleiclenlt ;'mes A. Rosen; Mr and Mrs.
'f Braniff Airways l.as been 1n- Finest W. Rowland; Mrs. Annal
ilted as a special delegate irom J Russell; and Miss Elizabethl
he state of Texas to attend Russell.
lueen Elizabeth's coronation
alraniff, accompanied by his lc. Mr and Mrs Jean Senegas.
leaves Texas tomorrow o for i ; and Mrs. John M. Shell: Dr.!
;round-the-world trip which 'wll d Mrs. Joel Shrager: Miss,
'terminate in London. Charlotte Spohr: Laurence
F. Steffgen; Harry 8teinita;.1
Standard Fruit Ship 1is Ellen Steler; Mass Evelyn
.Arriving With Bananas i Strauss: Mrs. Frances Summer-
SThe 7,000-ton Angelbeg arijv- ford and 3 children: Mrs. Eva
id n Balboa today from Guaya- M. Talboy; Mr. and Mrs. Sam
ull with a large cargo of bana- L:nger. Miss Florence Walsh; J.
sl i'.Vlntraub: Mrs. Haze! V. Wel-
The Standard Fruit ship is y ad Mr. and Mrs. Stephen
carrying 12 passengers bound for S. Whitney.
lew York. t
Fcnton and Compiny are local UTH MILLE
i if's Guayaquil Manager
| For Short Visit In spite of the old saylp
b Hatch, Braniffsacting nat "n6 house s large enough
tager in Guayaquil arrivei for two women." circumstances
Yesterday for a sort visit to do force a lt of wves and
Ima. He is expected to re- nothers-in-law to live und c
.Saturday to Guayaquil. rth same roof,
Le. Ancon To Sail Friday Because there are so many
h, 11 Abard- nhomes sheltering two woman.
r. and Mrs. Joel Shrager, of I am quoting a letter from a
are among the 123 pas- woman reader who ays that
Scheduled to sail Friday the old laying just "ab't Mo."
tl he Panama ilper Ancon, ac- -'I am hiet a mabthlrw-lntw
dtg to the advance pas- hut I was a dmughtorin-law.
t st. Dr. Shrager, Clinical My husband's mother lived wilt
o f the Board of us for 1 years. The amtig that
oratory at Gorgas *no house isa big enough for- two
'has resigned from women' is entirely false. I car
l service and is return- count on the fingera- of .ne
Sthe States to make his hand the number of .~ilarei
.i y mother-in-law and r had.
ao f the passengers sail- "i know she had. to pWt up
w tray, Mr. and Mrs. Ed- with a lot more than did in
Ml 'C andes, are to leave order for all of us to have a
IIbl m Por't-au-prince. The peaceful home. But we were
ance.,pasrenger list both determined that the ar-
ork folO W: sangement would work.
Atlas;. GdIermo Ar- "Someday I hope to be ai
; Mr' and Mrs. Cear A- mother-in-law four son is now'
trocha; Wilfred J. Arsenault; 16) and I certainly shall try
Jobert Asrola; Arthur Bailey; ti be as good a one as my
Gabriel Berns; Miss C. Joanne husband's mother was."
Bouland; Mr. and Mrs. Frank. I
1ottomley and daughter; Ber- LIKING MOTHER-IN-LAW
pard J. Brown; Mr. and Mrs.1 I% A GOOD SIGN
iarry V. Cain; Mr. and Mrs.I
Oeorge L. Cain; Mrs. Anna Ma-I She probably will be for two,
ifa Castro; Miss Edith.Caverly; reasons that stand out in her
S ora Caverly; Miss Helen letter.
JJ Chavering;. Mis
gSw r CoIip; and Mr. A4" A. ood daughter-in-law is
Aro. Charles A. Cusick. likely to be a good mdthdit-n-
Geon e. DalU'Orso; Mr. and law whqn It Is tiu for herto
3fre.- ax bentels; William L. change from one role. t6 th
De La Mater; Miss Vivienne De other. If, when tW
Etefano; Edward C. Dioidnson; .ihe had understsd. en iAt
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin J. Donnel- to like and resptkheFr rother-
tl; 'Mr. and Mrs Robert R. Dun- in-lawL. ge certtanly" should a
an nd 2 children; Mr. and Mrs. those same quality to I
i. R. Dinninf, Oeorge R. understand a daughter--law
lf' Roberta F. Golf; Rob- The other reason s hidden,
rit .,. Bhnendort; MaP Frleda in the senqnce: -.',oeday I
Ilsenbetg: Miss Thsetsa artileS; lIpe to be'a meIr*i4n-law."
.r. and Mrs. Robert Fennell; The woman who s anticipate
ir. Anna M. Fer*andez; Jame ing with pleasu e tel time when
FelsonitM a M. ear her son s row andm ba& wife
amblr-Bousw edMr. and and home of his own s on te
-I Ight c f. t94
i dac '8 t o who hats to
Jam C. Miss El- think of her son's leaving her
ramernik; Mr. and Mrs. 'rh is surb there Is no girl in
k Hennessy; Mrs. Miriam the world' quite. ed enough for
lett; Mr. and Mrs. Easaman him, who makes a poor moth-
aeobus; Mrs. Carmen Jawor: er-in-law.
fri. Georgia Johnson; Mr.and -- -
rs. William E. Johnson and
son; Mr. and Mrs. Jullo Jurado- Now You Know
)airry T. Lacy; Richard H. Lesv
ter; Miss Winifred Levey; an a PITTSBURGH. Pa. (UP)--ai-
Ir. and Mrs. Nr h 8. McCauley. entists at Westinghouse electric
Miss Grace K. Meghan; MI- estimate that If, It were
kuel Mena: Arturo Meren6: Jan posslb.to.take cempleti ad-
dlrrop; Charles A.Mohl: JamsvantaWg of the uranium which
Peabrey: Mr. and Mrs. Morgan could be accommodated In an av-
. Neabrey; Mrs. Mabel K. Or- erae sized living room It could
ton; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. suIply the current electric power
Potochny: Mr. and Mrs. G. D. output of the United States for'
P'Ice; William N. Rasmussen: about 15 years.
Greut #6114 Pleu
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Frequlat trdaht MlalI Iwn I shal to
Wol CMans canal Am ri* ets.
Passenger Sallins to New Orlsam SaiUi at
via Santa Marts. Cobembila 8:00 ap..-
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Weekly uamllp on Twelve-rau.mmr r shpl ta ew IYark, New Ori6e
MeHl., Lm A.cngd. use FrmcIM h and s'ewl
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Autoor Tank Truck, 1,0 gallon capacity, 5 Ton.
In good condition. Bids clqua 5:00 p.m. 20 April 1953.
For details and inspection'of vehicle apply to: The
Shell Company (W. .) Ltd "B'"tAu o. 1, PanamA.
Telephone 2-1i6 ..
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m y te south hand show
m ,utth brad d hera
day, Klving the delimders i
resent of 109 point. When Da
Wr eartr, wt-o LouI
nrt nlmnd w ive tamth handT
rhF : Communsfs\
'T h S -` o- I r,
SW. (U6 Federal Jud Alex- tural accents: "Yes, I do. your
art v r MUM that Fonger'.a honor."
lt py, r ta ll could bb punish- Verber and Ponger were @r-
to abD A fhnoe the Jap- rested in Vienna Jan. 14 v.hbee
deliver- iM trty bad not been 0oth were going to school un-
pte to t as this country der the- QIl Bi of Rights.
wr at' at war when Th- Indictment cited 14 sae-
onger,9 the fI k g was set up. cific over esponage acts against I
i ~it 4ai the government the two.
ta- afr-in-law, aou~dw Invoke this technical-
Otto Verbir, In o the lty. t o HU
sme federal e to lead When HolOfft asked Ponger P -
to e. if he udetod the serious- H
t nBi- r.s of the ar d and admit-
ence -of Mad Verber ted his gtt, he replied in gut- e
San InMrcon F Wort Rayon Fiom Bagasse
military Intell~pce search that M un MA NILA, Afa1: I5.-The young '
e began in Z .- _4. ulted in
'es S 3If i h fok RepublicofthePhiliopines
the o fser Poni' county last v have the worw's first complete,
Japusryf of t e V. TNvikov, rayon plant in which sugar cane1
second secret~ o the soviet waste (bagasse) will be used and
embassy hwe. LH vy converted Into dyed end printed
Longer rayon fabrics for popular com-
Ponger pleea guilty to one WASHINGTON, April 15 (UP) suptlon. ppul
count in a two-ount indict- -House investigators told to- The establihmentof this 60,-
ment w hic )olt To Nahiy stuck Thees b i n dusty I
meant whh ouaed him of day how the, taxpayer got stuck 00,000 pesos ($30,000000) vertl-
c rng iw a rber ad wlth wort of u ally lin fted i industry was
NVko't t 5n t td Rusia orklit truckE' some of which conceived by a Philippine indus-
"documents, sketches, endangered the drivers and trialist with the active support
plans, map M instruments some at which started with a of President QMrino and his ad-
and Informsa~ lasti to na- buag-under the driver's seat. ministration They are givinO
tional defea of the United The trucks, used to lift and notice to the world that, for the
States." I tack warehouse supplies, were first time, Philippine industry
Verber u S lty to the bought b# the Navy from the has entered the field of bil busi-
second count indictment Gibson Manufacturing Co. of ness and by so doing. improvi)n
which nI used the two Longmont, Colo. the economic conditions of the
men of coUl such cata. country and its citizens.
Prosecutor Hitz told Lt. Lewlt Catt, director of the J. Amado Araneta, a leading
reporters that Poer sought Navy's ston ge division, told a figure in the Philippine business
permission to plead guilty to House subcamlittee that "even field and one of ts largest sugar,
the lesser its refused employee~ of the'company were growers, has long planned a
to say why N uch per- always ready to abandon the profitable use for the waste of
mlson t ae vi- trucks at the a ligtest creak or the sugar cane particularly in
denee or e In- op." Whenheavily loaded, they connection with the manufac-
reataie tp topple over, Catt ture of sayon.
Ssaid. Many experiments and con-
preerving tramp length NMM Paul sultatib pulowed MUl a sue-
*He re-etiltSle hand wth incpd some ceaU solauton was found. To-
the ace ofrer to lead ofreceny and there day he has organized the yon
the Jack of hei oring out "U t C*Weoraon i oft to in a
a wi ut tit moe Jb The factory will be w
South stwl bone trump essca S I& 9110% i% Aln nhsMF province of egros
morthte tenll d t*L)dis oen e to aruff .io. teO one of the world's
so that be could Wfsd to ruff to anxin was IM~ t 8ftar areas.
the d i d M rd atlon and staoP.,ight tus at seat. I ormer!y hundreds of thou-'
the dia"ond c~Bation and stcrau. .ll ht uider thi set sands of the bagasse was being
still draw Wats tfanp. The Cftf tat he had no snedOeh yerfr lac use.
rest was t m er of cashing ides oW the ay i ever accept- will- nw be completely.
good trick. ed the trucks. changed as the Rayon Corp. will
Suse ths waste to produce iln-r
shed fabrics of rayon which are
today being Imported at a cot
Sof 150,.000oo This Is a startling
OP CONCERT gure but, as a matter of stat-
L_ ., tics, the country is spending
is about $125,000.000 each year toj
, MONDAY, Apri 20 import essential clothing and
M p ... P 2 other rayon textiles which can
j 9 p.m. in th ao be largely supplied from this do
S, "-.. mestic iayon plant.
UA. a~FrM WN conducting a
21 .lece'*statra, in a program
tof ujedem, popular music.
and l Ca perMuc - I
and at Cass ag liMch A mitkrt Hid
of that set. This woua
SagainsUt four trumps tol
7:0 ueen-ten or t6 the queen-
A ine I he West hand.
A TI-we ft a was a hbige
XwT = had- taken the
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SSae hlha .lpae t tw trump
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n queen of.
lack r- ruff the third
Snow draw the
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lead with the
W. MearmI time to set the
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f OiMfi rbeo hwae med. O na MINTON world-Jmm-. '
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280.00- 50.00 down 20.00 monthly
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US. a prtbe e M.75 per I pe.
CtamU Zone delivery
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You Sell 'em... When You Teli 'em thru P. A Classifieds!
Leave your Ad %ithi one of our Agents or our offices in No. 57 Sl" street Panaml
No. 12,179 Central Ave. Col6n
Sal6n de Bclleza Americano
Ave.-Phone 2-2291. and No. 55 West 12th Street
ulv Ave -Phone 2-0441
-Cactoa Dru Store
10.069 el*d.es Ave.-Phone 155 Col6n
Agencia Internacional de Publicacioel P g" ,S. A.
"*" Street corner Estudiante St.
No. 3 Lot:clv Plaza Phone 2-3119 Phonee 2,14 and 2-2798
Minlmum for 12 wo61 .
c. each additional w~o .
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S FOR SALE: --Bedroo-m i, .n. ,
Asset. P.rircess s! .e iCol' t" d'n-
0 ingroom set, M ,, For ,r,.-
formation "H" Sreet rNo. 3u.
FOR SALE: Reir.geaoror. woah.ng
machine, other Inems oar home
Balboa, Los Cruces house 1457.
FOR SALE:-5-pc. bamboo set. Tel
2-787, Balboo, House 795-B Lo
Boca Road, Balboa
FOR SALE:-Gas range. pono $300 -
00; 1 table. 6 chairs $8500;
wicker set $5000. 2 chests at
drawers $10.C Call at Cclego
Irdustrial, Pedregal. Leaning coun-
.VANTED:-Retired Canal Zone cou-
Spie to act as caretaker and land
Salesman at Coronado Beach. Smrll
Salary. 3 cottages and utilities For
appointment call Balboa 3346
SfiVANTED: Three-bedroom house
S(unfurnished). Please call Roy
Tasco Davis, Jr Embassy of the
United States of America, tele-
in El Cangrejo. US couple. No
Children. Permanent residents Pan-
amr. Will sign lease. Call Colon
."Married couples class Tuesday at 7 30
; i p.m. Balboa "Y" $25 00 for a 3
l months course. Learn Latin Amer-
S can Dances. Hornett & Dunn
EORGE D. BARI, JR. H.E. Human
E' engineering Corrective Spinal and
Structural Adjusrments. 73 Colle
Estudiante. Telephone 2-5159. 8
a. .m. to 8 p.m. By appointment.
S FOR SALE
I FOR SALE:-Cushman motor :coot r
irr excellent condition. $125.00
May be seen at Auto Service. Inc
Owned by Panama Insurance Com-
piny, Inc., Phone Panomi 3-0136
Fqr One Night
Brothers will return to Pana-
ma Monday with their fast-
i paed singing-acrobatic danc-
ing act for a one-night stand
at the Central Theater.
to Panama some ive years ago,
Took time out from the set of
their latest film for Metro-
Goldwyn-Mayer to fullfil their
engagement with the Central
Their act will be on stage at
On 'Care Of Eyes'
Lt. Col. H. W. Shreck of the
Eye. Ear, Nose and Throat Clinic
at Gorgas Hospital will be the
speaker' ttoorrow morning At
the regularly scheduled meeting
of the Federal Safety Council,
Dr. Shreek will talk on "Jye:
Their Protection, First Aid, Care
SThe meet will be held at the
Cordal Theater at the Post ol
Members of the Council have
I been urged to be present and the
SChairman has also announced
that all persons interested will
be welcome to attend.
P cific Society...
(Cattto$ed From Page FIVE)
l(will celebrate Israel's Fifth An-
ilversary of her Independence
mw nday with a, gala affair.
* A special buffet will be serve
ld,, and a program of enter-
ent offered at Club d e
in San Franclseo.
celebration, which will
feature an orchestra, will
at 8: p.m.
SEE THE NEW
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FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS RESORTS
Automobiles M s. vawi ome uw m- sont aa 6-c
Wrfte Aesjghel.i Ae usOens taoges.-2 bedrooms, refri rtio6
FOR SALE -1950 Ford 7 .. .r sedan. 201) Aee-. C. 2. Rockga. ranger*. Bslbo 305
excellent condition, radio. $9u0.00 -0Ku .
PlDonc Coco Solo 83'04- DR. WENDEHAKE Medical Clinic xct vuek-enS
oco - Centra' Avgnue & K Street Corner, Phllllp. Oceanside cottages. Santo
FOR SALE.-1947 Cad.ilac cdJ.'c.te Telephone 2-3479, Panama. Clara, Box 435. Balboa. Phone
New tire. Good cond.i,., I .0 Panama 3-1877, Cristabsl 3-1673.
NJasv 3402 .-lornng on getting married soon?
_OR \, ~,st us before buying your furni- Gramlich Santa Clare beach
FOR SALE 1i9 i rid c -ert ble ture! With pleasure and w.thout cottegel Electrki a moes get
good condri.cn L.l 3 cost. we w I :..re out what you toves' mlodpal rates Telerpun
0782, or 51,1 St. 1co .", Bello need to be cononnoabe cccord.ng I E441 Gomboe 4-567 Pedro Mi-
Visto to you rre:n space and payment auel
FOR SALE -19-41 C'ierrleI :edan plon. hL :blc .a Europ:a, Centr.. .e. S Clr Eui
excellent t,res. to o,. '' -3 motcr, Atenu- & La r 21st Sr. No. I, Tel- 'u:es o0 beach, Sonto Clara. Equip-
Call PFC Porks 2 12. Fort Cio,- ephon IS.., Fcncma pod for large opares. Phone Shr
In r m el, Bulboo 1389 or see caretaker
__ AI thfr _____there
ion. dun, hour FOR SALE there.
FO SALE Chwerde crad t edrectonl Spend your week end at Casino Sant
swi gas oad ohcr, x;ra Le n MeseerlaneOiS Clara. cabin $4.00 a couple. Dance
Quarters I5-C, Fort Amador. Mr music by Casino Aces
sher. 417 SALE lope recocdcr. goodI RENT
condlt on ol.o modern mo;iogany FOR
FOR SALE 1951 Ford Exc r c. esl,, u-holree.d s.wiel chair. Tel.
condition Must sell, $1175. Cao 2-4902 'B" Avenue No. 99, Pan-I Houes
2.4479 after 4 00 p i oma. House
FOR SALE 1952 Ch..roilcr w tl OR 'ALE C-o Azucorera Nacio- 'OR RENT. Completely furnished
power-glide. Ex.eiln(rt cC.rd ,r n n.l" prlfred -to:ks, 7c. interest. house: 2 bedrooms and bath, hot
Under 9.500 mile: Pr.ced ,r Pcrt :1 vclue. $100. TelepiTone 2- water, maid's room and garage.
ou.ck sale May be f.n.:r,:d S.- 2:- 4 cr 2.2254- Pcnama Will rent from May 7th to July
or 1324-C Gov. an Arca. Balboa r.. .- 10th. Phone 3-3474, 8 to 12 and
or al24- Ga a ArCa. Baa r F SALE --1948 Frd V-8 sedan. 6 to 8 p.m.
C ..j69 (CCJ miles. $9C0; 9-pc. bam- -.
FOR SALE. Jagior Sedor,, Jagu. too i.%,ngro: n set, 917500; 9- -R RENT:--Furnished chalet: two
Super Sports, Hi.lman Sec.n. A; cu. ft. Norge refrigerator. 25-cycle, bedrooms, service in each one: Ilv-
low mileage 1952 moc.-ls Ailo 2C00 100 Telephone Balboa 2107. ing-diningroom, etc. One Or two re-
cc Ambassador Motorcycle. F-nonc I-able American couples. 4 months.
Albrook 6207 aoltr 4 pr. n FOR SALE Featherweight portable Deposit and one month in advance
- -- S.' 5r sew'nq moch.ne. 25 or 60 required Inspection. 12 noon-2
FOR SALE Pickup Vil 19- c.,;,:e. cx.:Cllen condition, $130.- pm, 4 30-7 30 pm 13th Street
doutle differential. Coll Tel. 3- 0V T,-l Bclboo 2-4168 & Via Porras 142-A. Tel. 2-2381.
2943 - __ _ -
23 -FOR ALE Househod effects, in- IOR RENT -House or 2 apartments
FOR SALE -1949 Che-r..:lt 4-rco r .uu.n 9 cu ft refr gerator, ta- in Paitilla. Second Avenue No. 204.
sedan in perfect conoiii,. Sie Ii bl:i. choirs. r.,g. lomps. screens. For information telephone 2-2606
after 5.30 at Ca le Aquc.,.r.o de la bed., wicker House 0266-B, Gom- Fonamr. Mrs. Fibregp.
Guardia No 27 and 5Cih St.eel to
FOR SALE:- 1951 Pon.icc. 2-Coorr CR SALE.- Young Hamsters IToy FOR RENT
with set covers. CIVA. S.A. El r rr Ideal house pets. Amusing.
FOR SALE oco ie. 239-B. Pedro Miguel Aparlments
S FR SALE. Heavy duty 25-cycle FOP RENT -'urhi:hed oportment In
Rmal os 1 -4 hp $10: 1-3 hp. $15, Bella Victo for 3 months after May
Real Estate 1-2 hp. $18; four mahogany lou- 5. S100 a month. Apply Phlboa
vers to fit old type cottage in Dia- 1065 or Panmr 3-3120.
FOR SALE'-Nice house near the e r. blo $10 each. l 457, Di n 105 or Poanam 3-3120.
in San Francisco de la Cole a .t. b-- eh 4 FCR RENT Furnished apartment:
oil c.ty cornemences, nice o.-:l ty FCOR SALE: Brand new oluminuA two bedrooms, two baolnooms. etc.
near bus line Chea.p must sell. G--- boby stroller. Cheap. Vil Esporaa Sitoble for two couples Call b-
rng away. For ntormclion l I t..een 5 00 p.m. and 7.00 p.m.
Thomas Real Estate a aonce. Cen- FOR SALE Child's tricycle. good Tel. 3-3404
ral Ae. Caldoni 259 Tel. cond n. $8 5 Co'l Colon 231 FOR RENT: Completely furnish
1069, Pcnamd 8 5 a Colon 23 ORRENT:- Completely furnished.
.. -hno. . .-- FOR -SALE -Tw-o b-ys b.icyle_. 20- modern apartment near President's
FOR SALE -Cho test lot in Lo- Cu.n-
bres 2500 me n L; Cr.l In ord m 26- n Also Iwo girls bicy- Palace. Ca! 2-3699.
2979 cl2. F e r..I l des 24-n,. and 26-in. One year FOR RENT:--moll modern furnished
O Old House 758-C, Barnoay Street apartments, refrigerators $50 and
FOR SALE 6 lots at Ro Abolol __Ciboo $65 for couple North Amert
vre 3 lots $2 25. $2 $3 00 .. 1', u. r^ )1 .4 a ia Via EsPolo, f
I',IHP" e ,2IE, m A . ^-_nlr wige to Pueblo Nuevo. Tel
'- hl 2r-il Nr mr 2/mx- Vl tipt 4 hd Ws fire 1. Panami.
ed houses or terms 'i. Dun ioa red at the Casino Santa Clara -
Barber Shop. 24;h St 0o please che:k and see if he ha the FOR RENT:--To responsible Am -
right one. Call Caosmo Santa Clara can -mily, furnished aprtr It. 1
S- -36th St. Peru Ave., No. 67-B, 1':CO l
Japan a1Rts Rig ht( to 9:00 p.m.
M FOR RRENT: Attention G.l.'s" one`
To Try US Trt"t s Radio Programs o three bedroom apamnts. ust
built. Hot end cold water. Tale-
Committing Crimes phoe 3-4941. Panomi.
TOKYO. Ap:h :. U'-.an n U FOR RENT
will ask the relied States in
the next two or ti.:ee d.-s to Your Community Station Rooms
"recorislder" the jurisdiction It OR -Cool fu d
now holds over Amnerinn Fol. PrFOR RENT--Cool furnished corner
dierl In Japan, it was learned PresentS room wir, meals to gentleman on-
todier n Japan, it was ear ly. Ave. Justo Arosemeno 57, cor-
today. pt Where 100.000 People Meet ner 34th Street.___
The Japanese government ,,-
ask for the right to try Atnr'- Today, Wednesday, April 15
r-nn troops acr iP, oo co.r-'t- P.. Luck HL
tlinR crimes, ex,-e ,.., t!'- 3-*-rhe Little Show
bases or whi.- the pei.JnCI 4:OC'-Music Without Woras
were on duty. I ':15-Sepla Parade 11ind Law % denl
Such a right would be guar- 4:30-What's Your Favorite
anteed European mewrb. s n 5:15-ENGLISH ON THE AIR -
the as yet unratified NATC Agencla teerAllA
Agreement. The TT. agreed to 5:20-What's Your Favorite
grant Japan NA,'':tieatlrent (contd.) CHICAOG, April I 'fTP) -
wlc.?n that treaty becomes iffec- 5:30-News Burton A. oIlmin, a tlJeai-old
t ble. 5:35--What's Your Favoritelaw stuaw dit-who hb know-
Otherwise. the U. 8. said Iti (contd.) more thaa. sbl huaW dveral-
would "consider" a request for 6:00-Mansfield Park IBBC) ty, said today "e V good
Such treatment from Japan. 6:15-Musical Interlude is happenMSg.to me all at once."
The Japanese government has 6:30-Parade of Hits Kolman has been completely
been under fire for permitting 6:46-Lowell Thomas blind for the pt five years and
the U. 8. to hold ".rxtra-ter- :00-Old Time Ballroom (BBC he's Ak had for i
ritorial" rights over its own 7:30-BLUE RIBBON SPORTS od t
troops. REVIEB "
e iI 7:45--French in the Air (DF) This Is i! B epd to h
a.... -0Een-n-Salo...impen e NMI
i ;00--Evening Salon in te Das se:
S:00-The Halls of Ivy IVOA) promi
9:30-The Haunting Hour Hit s pro~1 hp was
10:00-THEATER GUILD ON the first lIw ent t DePaSU
STHE AIR IVOA) Universr y o't tu In la f
1l:OC-The Owl's Nest highest c aol lle i-lf
Midnight-Sign Off. he school-a 8 1or a-pl
IFe was 4Wd~ a vicle.pr-
Tomorrow, Thursday, April 16 dent of the eltienan La w ce
SA.M. denst of the A c an Law
6:00-Sign On The Al a r m derts AsseC I. t l
Clock Club He passed his lst birthday.
7:30-Morntng Salon Kolman was happy. about tl
8:15--Morning Varieties all but he had a redy
8:30-Music Makers aI Jn.lwr l
8:45-Jerry Sears Presents I Just .
9:00-News I've ot to. is reuad to
a lot an up to o 49
9:15-Sacred Heart Program member w'dk1. i"
9:30-As I See It
I 61* CACT DEI IC -I 10:05-Off the Record 6:45 l
Get FAST RELIEF with.1 1:00-Newsh Record -FA)
this MEDICATED Pro erl 'S-Of the Record (contd.) 7:B
PrVlrl /11:30-Meet the Band
No mlWeraede powmdr can nlirve pu hun. l":00-News 7:45-
a. burig ee a Ammern Ituwder doe! I P.M.
ForAmesm coamains rw mouse diinal 12:05-Luncheon Music 8:00
inr edaiens-ives J3.a medicaeed lshi care 12:3 -Popular Music (
(it Medicatd dlul (2) MedicaKed pr wt.. I1:00-.-News 8:30-ehog g 0a i
) Medced aud mIl Sooihng and omirt. I 1:15---PersqB y a Parade tes .
a. Promoom heahn by helping sproem 1:45-Lum IAbnet 8:4--U
mdsd dAn again tluriaisa So soft. ir ch. 2:00-A Ca@l*m Lft Paul 9:00-Edu
Im aaas, chafirt. Abi rb esir moimore. 2:15--A Date for Daacil 9:30-Lon
n rud ld ski care, et Aname Powder 2:30--Afternoon MU I ..
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Rookie Bill Bruton Gives 7s- i
Braves 2nd Win On Homer, S
By CARL LUNDQUIST
NEW YORK, April 15 (UP)-It was a memor-
ible opening day in wintry weather where the hit-
ters froze up and the fans just froze.
SThe pitching xas magnificent Campanella and a two-run route
aid big Bob Lemon hho has clout by Duke Snider that broke
*on more game. titan any hurl- an automobile show window a-
er in the Majors since 1948. ap- cross the street from Ebbets
propriately set the pace with a Field.
ieart-throbbing 6 to 0. one-hit, At Chicago. Bob Rush gained
victory over the White Sox at a sharp eight-hit. 3 to 2 victory
Cleveland. Then. lust to show over the Reds when Randy Jack-
that all.of his baseball tillliance son doubled home two runs in
not contained in hL, strong the eighth inning off lefty Ken
... .... h ii r1 ll r f of Icholmr nr rho enerallv
Teams W L
Milwaukee 2 0
Brooklyn 1 0
Chicago 1 0
New York 1 0
Pitt burgh 0 1
St. Louis 0 1
Cincinnati 0 2
Plttsburhph t Brooklyn
St. Louls at Milwaukee
New York at Philadelphia.
Cincinnati at Chicago
r ght arm, he also dri eidc a home ttanenisoere g, wu gencirmay I
rsgne ann, iie ktLwU ULLA1ru M IIuUIt i~rrs' 'v s YESTERDAT'S RESULTS
run. Isubdues Chicago without trou- NATIONAL LEAGUE
ble. NATIONAL LEAGUE
But the hitters also wei e on Il PR H E
vacation elsewhere. At Yankee But It was the "lulu" by Lemon ittsburgh 000 400 001- 1
Stadium, lefty Alex Kellner ofthat gave fans the most to talk Brooklyn 000 440 x-8 13 0
the Athletics handed the World about. The no-hit pressure went Dickson (0-1), LaPalme, Het-
Champion New Yorkers tneir oft in the first Inning when Cu- kil and Garagola.
first opening day defeat since ban star Orestes Mfioso singled Erskine, Black tl-0) and Cam-
1947 when he blanked them on cleanly but thereafter Chicago panella.
five hits, 5 to 0. lgot nothing, hitting only three New York 201 100 000-4 11 2
A night game in St. Louis 'Ialls out of the infield. Lemon aYork 201 00 0 41
produced a third shutout when walked four and there were two Phala. 001 000 000-1trum
veteran Virgil (Fire) Trucks, Cleveland errors by the shaky In- Jansen (1-01 and Westrum.
in his first appearance for the dian defense. But the hitters ral- Roberts (0-1 and. Burgess.
St. Louis Browns. set down the ihed nobly behind him as every Cincinnati 00-2
Detroit Tigers with four hits, Cleveland starter made at least Ccnat 100 1 0 2 1
10 to 0, as his mates pounded one safe blow and Ray Boone, Chicago 000 001 02x-3 8 0
ex-teammate Ned Garver and 'Bob Avila and Luke Easter col- Raffensberger t0-1) and Semi-
three other Tiger hurlers, lectcd two. Lemon, who had a nick.
In Philadelphia. crafty Larry no-hitter n 1948, just missed du- Rush (1-0) and McCullough.
Jansen of the Giants pitched a rlicatling the achievement of his
slick six-hitter to win. 4 to I. as team mate, Bobby Feller, who t Loui 000 010 0010-2 6 1
Bobby Thomson set him up to a'pitched the only opening day no- 000 0101-3 6 2
first Inning lead with a two-run hittr In 1940, also against the Staley (0-1) and Rice, Fus-
homer off ace Robin Roberts. White Sox. selman ( and Cranda
Rookie Bill Bruton, two days It was a double dose of bitter- Spahn (1-01 and Cranda.
In the Majors and two days a ness for the Yankees, who hoist- AMERICAN LEAGUE
hero, hit a 10th inning homer ,ed their latest world champion- Tems W L Pet,
in the inaugural at Milwaukee ship banner, then were outsllck- T 0 W L t.
to give lefty Warren Spahn of red b%' Kellner. who gained onlyClevland 1 0 1 .000
the Braves a six-hit. 3 to 2 vie- his third shutout In six Big Philadehia 1 01.000
"tory over Gerry Staley of the Legue seasons. Vie Raschl, who S. Louis 1 0 1.000
"Cardinaer, who also yielded but up until midway last season had Boston 0 0 .00O
jdx hits. ia fantastic 24-2 lifetime won and asngton 0 0 .000
It was a relief chore that took lost record over the A's, suffered Detroit 0 1 .000
the prize in Brooklyn and, as his third straight dMfeat to them Chicago 0 1 .000
wvs the case countless timcs In'rnd was racked up for a pair of New York 0 1 .000
.152, it was turned in by bi? Joe fifth innln" homers by Ray Mur- TODAY'S GArmES
"lackwho pitched two-hit bpll "?y and Allie Clark. AMERICA LEAGUE
for six innings in :n 8 to 5 tri- All Mllwruk'e was "rootin' AMERICAN L oEAGUE
ph over the Pinles thit fer- for Bru ton" as the Negro Philadelohit at New York.
pred a three-run homer by Roy kid slammed the victory homer Detroit at t. Louis N)
S. Washington at Boston
Only games scheduled.
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THROTTLES WIDE OPEN, racing neck and neck, Eddie An
tead (left) and Ray Magai swing out of the bend into thIe
straight during their classic duel at the March 28 speed
meeting at Panama's national stadium. Winner ArmlWted t
be out on-the track for Saturday nlght's meeting, but C
White, Bob Conneely, Cliff Stayton and about a dozen more :
be on hand to give Magan plenty to get on his way about.
It's all hands to the throttle More mad more,as uracni.
again at Panama's National perilnce sharpens the rder, It
Stadium Saturday night, start- is becoming the fastest mnacslb
ng 8 o'clock. On the track, It that wins, providing only'thati
ll be a case of admission by the der can hold it in oruL
,peed only. roUld those swift, sliding kafI .
The Isthmus's best broadsiders Winner of major honei atI
ire to be at it again, scorching the iurch 28 National StadhU
round the quarter-mile oval in speedway meeting, EddLe A
the fastest sport Panama has to stead, will not be racing
offer. Saturday. But Ray MauanL WB
These last few days before the e only feet behind Ai s
meeting the riders and their going under the*wire at the
mechanics are working hard on of the thrilling 15-lap duel
heir racing machines, tuning meeting, will be out again
mem up o top performance.
y r I
iclvela nd 200 310u u x- 11 r
Rogovin (0-11, Fornleles, Bear- L ynes a If
den and R. J. Wilson.
Lemon (1-0) and Hegan. r $5OO Cassi
Phla. 100 00 001-5 9 1 000 Class
New York 000 000 000-. 5 0 ,
Kealer (1-0) and Murray. .,
Raschi t0-11, Scarborough, lGo wonder, a recent ,i er-;
BIackwell and Berra. I;an-b-ed amprtiatep who
--- made a 'sutlonl debot Uam-
Night Game day at Juan Franeo, beeog
Detroit 000 000 000- 0 4 2 a rerdlet's Classie straa
St. Louis 402 003 10--10 13 0 today whda trainer Bealgn
Garver (0-1), Marlowe, Madi- mandujano deratcled Ceme
son, Erickson and Bucha. Edgar in favor of Oyader.
Trucks (1-0) and Moss. Ceynes Edgar called p da
Washington lame in the Nimaona PFllee
at Postponed (Snow) Classic ten day age and has
Boston since been bothered by hs uan-
derpinnings. Meanwhlle, Go-
in the 10th to go along with his yonder appears to be In nel-
first day's shining feat of two lent shape for the big ra".
t ,i th fi. t u.i . .. The final entries or the
Ults, UeC iUOr jo nu ieague- unL
to be scored, a stolen base and
six fine catches in the outfield.
At Chicago, Jackson's big dou-
ble offset a pair of homers by
Willard Marshall and Ted Klus-
zewski, the only tallies yielded by
Rush. And the Giants were es-
pecially chipper, not only over
the fine performance by Jansen,
who had a lame back most of
last season, but because they a-
gain hexed Roberts. They are the
only club in the league to hold a
lifetime advantage over the ri-
fling right wander, who won 28
games Iqst year.
Everybody gave up in Boston
where -three inches of snow
blanketed Fenway Park and
caused both yesterday's and to-
day's games between the Red
ox and Senators to be post-
Annual Banquet At
The Atlantic Twilight League
players and officials will "offi-
cially" close the 1963 season to-
night t the Margarita Clubhouse
wih the holding of the annual
banquet and. presentation of a-
ards. The Twllght League ban-
quet, alwy a gala ending to the
baseball son promises this
ear to fofow the pattern set by
e 1953 season-that of being
the best ever.
Pabst Blue Ribbon will receive
the championship trophy, while
each of their player receive in-
dividual awards. Billy Price, bat-
ti champion andNoel Gibson,
leadg pitcher of the 1953 sa-
si, as well as other leaders of
the 'M season will also receive
their awards atrtfani t's "get to.
_ d fro tonht's ather-
of Ofld Coast bet L for
te first time in string ll
I years, will i bIalter .WU- niW
lms-the mad who has served
U Atlant TwI Leagtue for Re i
Ir yOM and3r w5howe able
sdians the Loop bW eaj) eda
NOWNWOOPn Etjgj& M , an* Dikkm
s& Succss. Ws" he is
Dow to hui o alt C tasaoel- In; t
e, will undeatblby receive in i; *
106t rsatli for his many sklas
Pan- Of mearvif to 1-L
l L ^"^ i.
15,-0 added one-mie-ad-
ninre-esteeeth be h ribbou
Royal Alligator A. Vqui 12
Beoji R. V l- 1U
Amorie B. Alir t
aina Boad B.do iU
Goyonder J. Bn 11S
! Vsljero L. Omue I
IWelsh Fox A. MeS 1
BendegM A. Utdl 1I
Comodor X. 16 Qy i
C'oq A- Vip L MUgm 11
Some Old Story
ah r h M a
Smith, lb 0 2
Castigllone, 5 0 0 1
Metkovleh, of 4 0 0 2
Kiner, If 5 11
O'Connell, 2b 3 1 1 1
Abrams, rf 2 1 0 1
Oaragiola, e 3 1 1
Cole, as 1 1 3
Dickson, p 2 0 0 0
LaPame, 0 0
A-Koshorek 4 000
Hetkli, 0 0
B-Monte v4.,g, 41 .f
Totals j .
OUllam, 2b 5 1 B
Reese, ss I 1
Snider, ctf 2
Roblnson, Sb -
Cox,b i l
Thompson, lt ,' 0 3
Hodge% lb 112
Furillo, rf 2:I 1 1
Erskine, p 0 0
Black, p ''cg
Totals it U X7
A-Struck k IWrlM I
B-Flied out i
A *! i -*.
Another atilt*a hrt uighf
TspW C3f afaS lsta
sasterCsL X!-n> wt w
amlO tlu howu Weymaut t
thri !* mubes h l bt
fitr lA m"eli at m*
rn Wbe Oun IMwe
-n. nIe. v Imlea
XT 1 selhe Cibe.sub x
the future .iky -tkr
L-x E5 W mo JH*
as.A M* YIme
wietrfar jM a>a
Uu hte r ~nU ~
Most of Magan's trouble w A m
come from Choppy White, 1no of S .
did little last meting becae
hi favorite racing mount si4
not available. m S alet t
tone Surda ht for
lmted showmglht t moe hi
Bob Caonnlyand Cliff tya.
ton, who wer'Outpaced bINt o.
ovrershadowed y M
ArattoteBd at their
wiVte S rb Nolw
set mm and White to eon a
ni li Hm tll.~ rtmo re
U ald ohl anda
both have ai te duh The AA'
mry, bub.have ben a tl ii UC
Such zperlsxiee d
asng an tb stadium track
haf yet to find hmnf ama ,
che out of wlAh he can o I
ha iot ne
tair during hlk diit I
Sture y BifII ee na ns
hapoorh edb aasi M e two. g
e -s et ~ end eun
whoosh mad a ;i!$r. Se t4 a
Spanks Yatsik a"
The box meri Th e raeit
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rk, ..4 .1L I ofto
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sttu n mI the final lap .Crus
b. mae b e lbid Arlo
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bt~e for, I pathe 5. C. runner
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Goalkeefe : Ollbert Me
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FUll-bAck- ItI Ramney
tenbam), Umni bmith (A
al), Tom Glitt (Blackpoo
Half-qbaqt : illy W r
(Wolverm opto, Malcolm
ras (odi, Jim Dick
(Portsmouth), Harry John
(Blackpool), Ray Barlow (
yranc. it~.,aige ,. vlaPer wno .Oe up to his
early sm tr winner ofatourd, ot
times allftimeao4utg ,p eal arA,
He has t 1a i. Vilaero will face n aI etay with in
Road and ridden by Panaman!ian jfinald Qomnez.
Ampsa0 Boun Ie W.imer
To Gtt Beautiful lTroph
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rlvb for treat
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nsl any of tr teamther such tl
Lta ,,._t-. fSad aw t nIn t a rom y rn
Sa sitde toua i are A mst oa th Kerr, a
'n .th looetlS n I, ina tad RMeto p who togetther for a l
tias awrd will be trk wl tadelinit threM to
ZI i on\ s bro e her any oi the r format 1m of a city tea
An Ahame gaered any of Win bring toeher such daste
:,,wrdd to.a nrd f, n--tu muel C," 1c o,
dathe 3. addl
ntlm' the In. FftW OWM WjsWrda togethw
Alm. it,00.I aU thW Lvt younp~g,:
th' IA as soon as x K otheaba.
fa and L- that t* th9e an All amabners of Whlppe C.
be made ar adp Aon C. are 1nvtu*
Saa nn r J. .t .I '
B i a lt . .. . .. .
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Forwards: Tma Finney (
tor), Ivor Broia;a (Manch
City), Nat Iofttouse (Bol
Retfem nM Tro. attt (She
Wedneeday), Jack Fro
(Poramouth), Tom Taylor (h
chester United' John
(Manchester UnIted), Roy
The selection created no
prise among the experts
of the players being well
perlenced In Intern ti
Several of them, however,
been selected for their
satUlty, which all be nece
In fieldnl two teams during
The entire defiae from i
keeper to half-back repre
the stronqesi and best t4ae
combination England Is ab
The reaj verra lty Is f
In the zhol"e of the forw
most of the eight selected 1
able to swltca Lo any poI
in the attack in the case
The selection of 23-yea
Tommy Taylor of MPan
United wUR pru'ably meet
a mixed reception on the
of the critics, especially in
of his lack of experience in
Young Taylor has had a
teoric. rise in soccer. Only a
months ago he was playing
center forward with lowP-pl
Barnley, a second division t
but was eVtutal tranfe
to the Maanchett club er 3
sterling. aut 'shpte al
crtllsam hle is top goale
in the iequau with 8 gs
two more then the regular
gland cbace Nat Lefthoue.
Taylor's clubmate, John
sy..Is .eO**,Ms r to 1,
Out of the 18 years seli
'r.r whch p ,,ln the
Cop Tu i rt June.
Theyare f-c All Ra
hlf-bata, B1yh Wright %n4
Dicknso, and two (orw
Tom Finney and Roy Bentl
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there's nothing like
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234 hom iw a few days Hele. Din
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To rvi stk
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in Ara styi
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call yoC tma
Hotel El Pea
or Panami 3-
Linmralong the vast Pacific at the
tower 'gAndili. It's Just one m f the
cities brarif rves and serves
.With el C ijSqutir, the* luNary DC4
irtbe Aierics. Or with
nmtal, fine Iow-c#*-4 towr,
information and ruervations.
Nvl agent or Briniff rnternMmonal Alre,
t TS& Telephone 2-072
mni, Telephone Panami 3-1660 Ext. 130,
4726, Col6n Ticket Office, Telspero 779
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- Elks Win Pacifin little League ondib f wert in a three way
'a 2nd Half. Second Hall fiayoff tie with the Elks and Lincoln
Swill STANDINGS Life. leats 4il:fad Lincoln Life
ntlna, on M dai y ind then lost to the
ni, Ted Won L0 aJo srrda to ait up g
fa lks 1414 1 0 00011 between the firs ua
erriSk ears 1 1 second hal winner.
burn Lincoln Life 0 1 JOhnmr ed ace moundsa~
Saof the 'd adar hutoutm u
until the sixta when
(Tot- Yesaerday's Result scored their two runs. Lew had
rsen- Elis 5, ears 2 held the Catalog f ys in chelk
i). Today's Game up until then, giving up ae
Ight Bears & El ks basehitt'ln M t fd and n ai
ar- -- the fifth. Letis retired l
inson The Elks 1414 won the second men on rike and Mgave
nston hall bunting ycterday in the three base on ulls.
(West thr way "sudden death" play- Tommy MeC MKe o te St
oft by defeitlUn ears 5-2. The ace hurler, went .the it far
Pres- layoff for the 1985 Pacific Lit- Innings wita Ro Watson pllt-
lester te League Championship will Ing the fifth Irn .
lton, start today with the first game nicked for three hits andt
field of a three game series, runs in the bottom of the
Iatt Sears won the first half of inning and t-ve up two a
Man- play and at trie nd of the sec- runs and two more hits hn
Berry fourth. McKeown struck out
Ben- batters and issued only one
La Boca Women's .s B.ele le he..St a..n
plate with a double and a
sur- In ,t three trips and his tean
most Softba League mates wls, Adams, Tha.
I ex-, and SBhoca each collect4d a l-
nnal Ile in two trips to e Mkl .
STANDINGS Tommy Durffa 'slaield eoa6L
have double and MeKeomw. a, t I
ver- W L Pet. Watson chippc in with eshg
ssary High School 2 1 .687 for the only casehits off a
g the Aleman Jr. 2 2 j00 Lewis.
Aral Cola 1 2 .833 The box core:
goa- EAS h
sents Next Game p
king Tomorrow: Aleman Jr. "vs. McKeown, p. 3b 0 1 i
le to High Lchool R. Watson, r. p I 0 1 1
S- chwarzrock,3c.ra2 1 0 1)
found High Sehoul queeaedurfoee, 1
yards, Cola tbrobgh tne sieve for a Crawford, cf 3 o i
being startllg 7-1 upheaval and cap- j Watson, Ib 2 0 1 1
ition tured the tirst place position n Prlli rf g a
San the La Booz Wumen's Softball Bailey, lb 1 b
League, Caldwell, If 0 0 0
r-old In the fut-h:t attack, paced Elsenmans, r 1 0 0
Ster by a lotter by Evelyn Wilson,
with BUgh I Jhool broke on top and t I l
prt secure lthe poiblon with three I1 2 3 1&
view runs In the seeond inning and 03S 1414
itop two flps ea.h in the fourth and ab r iN ps a
fifth consecuLliely. cott, 3b 3 0 0 0 -
Olga Josep went the distance DealAndes, Ib 3 0 1 6
me. on the moud for the victors and DaLeW, c 3 1 11
Sfew gave up a meaun to R. Mar- N, ef 1 2
g t an efArsl Cu:a for their only .Ewisp a2 1
aced tal Irene Howard, starting Adams, 2 1' 10
eam, a at Eipn 2b 3 L^.A
erred o-sol suRE a .as 3 = 2
re A 3-*lCor gla, af 1 4 I
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Panama's UN Envoy Challenges
Reds To Back Talk With Deeds
UNITED NATIONS. New York. He stated that the free world
April 15 IUSISi Panama doesn't want peace if It means
S charged this week in the U. N. consenting to "live in the chains
that the persecution of Catholics, and bond age of Communist
Jews and other religious minor- words of peace when "nobody is
Cities behind the Iron Curtain unaware of the Polish state's 'Let the prop &l m t&hM < r j-h (ithe .
contradicts the recent peaceful policy of racial and religious per- W .
protestations emanating from secutlon."
the Kremlin. He accused the Polish leaders TWENTY-EIGHTH EAR. PANAA, .
of repression of Individual
Panama's Eusebio A Morales, speech, religious choice, political I
speaking in the General As-ideas and even the right of a
sembly's political committee, bit- Polish person to decide where he
terly denounced the Polish gov- wants to reside.
ernment for the supresslon of Morales continued: "In Poland
human rights w h i e verbally today all human rights have been
championing adherence to the iped out." Because of this
United Nations Charter situation, he said, the free world J
Rejecting a Polish omnibus re- cannot trust the "mere words of
solution which contains several peace which only distort the
standard Communist propaganda truth."
lines, Morales referred to the re- Instead he appealed to the
cent apparent change In Soviet Soviet bloc for concrete demon- FRANKFURT. April 15 (UP)- slitant chief historian of the US. pley"to' dael with d
policy, saying: "Peace must be station of sincerity those dem- An American civilian who chal- 12th Air Force an Wiesbaden up- o to -wit, loaded
something more than the mere onstrations w h I c h he s aid longed a U.S. Army captain to a til he entered a hospital for med- D. and Weson
absence of war." could begin behind the Iron Cur- duel to the death over the love Ical treatment last December. He tl tention that
St- with the restoration of in- o a German divorcee was given and Dr. Meyer had planned to lparb~ i ll lose hi
.- dividual rights. a mental examination today. marry and he already had ap- The offense la pun
Ir bAMa command New Zealand's Leslie Knox Blondell E. Groseclose, 39-year- plied for the required perimliloL dr t erman crime
ai n o mMunr o said the "sterile nd un- old civilian employee of the U.S. While he was n thehoosp= l-, Uant6 of from'
Sl, A healthy" Communist Dolicle o forces in Germany. said he was Greselose Mald.i B vr ae to two Rar, .
Sll c 1the past, "the tremendous back- not mentally ill in any way." and fell in love witb Tarpley. lSt te'term must
Iloa of hostility, obstruction and Durin a preliminary hearIMg a 1fortme which t1
ooe Issued the challenge, he before a U.S. high commissIon
For 195 Red Cross o" have vet to be over said, because dueling the court yesterday. roseclose as
r 1 ro coUni toaccepted honorable way of charged with challenging TIr-
He urged the Communists to settling such matters here In
Capt. W. R. D. Nickelson. USN, "call off ag resslon, abandon th Europe." here
deputy chief of staff, Caribbean myth of U.S. germ warfare, end ole | t NOwWd m
Command, and director of the their policies of racial persecu- Groseclose. whose home Is at UI No W Budg
1953 Red Cross Fund appeal on tion and assume their charter Juliaetta. Ida., issued the chal-
n:llltary bases, reports as of A- obligations "to prove that their lenge last Easter Sunday to Capt. &I survey, or
pill 13. $11,761.00 has been con- new policy is sincere a "clear Charles D. Tarpley, an ordnance hI dl erams and
tributed by military personnel departure" from their policies of officer from Tennessee, at the .liBsyl tl*
and military civilian employes the past. Eucom Inn, an Army service club fj TIA d
In the Canal Zone area. In Hoechst, a suburb of Frank- "Iw ly T id h
This represents $8,606.85 rea-lu e fs urt. of that pu is
lied from Army: $1,739. 26 from ONDON. April 15 (UP) --T. caI bedang
Air Force; and $1,144.89 from Object of the dispute was at-Conservative government yees- .9let rmerea
Navy sources. T rr tractive Dr. Margarete Meyer, 33, teday offered Britain a balapoed ESe vcam e
Tn the Antilles are $24,991.51 AiveS Tomorrow mother of a boy of 10. Dr. Meyer, budget which would lash mt
has been reported to date and cte Jt Wl C librarian pf the service club, was of tIe nation's towerdng taxes his. re Of film
4,347.40 has been re c orded Associate Justih William C. helped financially by Groseclose and speed Its escape'from t hei. mo ir
from Navy at Guantanamo Bay, TDugs of the United States to win her medical degree during gloom of postwar "austerity."-. e g
Cuba. Supreme Court Is scheduled to their seven-year friendship.
Nickelson stated that incom- arrive early tomorrow morning Groseclose worked as an as- Chancellor of the Exchequer
lete reports indicate a grand from the United States for a R. A. Butler told the House f
total of $41,099.91 to date in five-dray visit to Panama. Common that the new bud
the Caribbean Command arei. The Jurist will be he guest would eliminate he excess prof-
From the standpoint of per- soeak.'r of the Penama Rotnry V L DWI ts tax and many entrtalae
ptage membership to total a- Club In the Hotel E Panama levies, slash huge sales taxes
Mount received the 1953 Fund at the regular Thursday lunch. On Dispnl Am per cent or more and reduce te
hats been the most successful Friday at 8 1. m. he will ad- VI bat e ineo re tax rate a t he
lbould be known April 24 when Law Upon Social and Economic r m eUarc the budntt 1orn
Sndu 2metuhnsUn veUs on 'r f ar te Wss
War U. tho'buaiit forS ^ 'nd i
lMasion groups and miscella- Changes." new t .
neous contribution re ports Monday at 4 D. m. Douglas WASHINGTON, April I5 .UP)
V"M& Quarry Heights head- will visit the Supreme Court of A representative work of the LThe tax ductdens wJ at af-
asrters,o.according to Nickel- the Republic of Panama, and noted Panaj anl aarttl. cereo tfeet ,Brltains i .viMr2 .
9i0. He has expressed appre- that night at 8, he nat: maim Lewis, was on diplay today in nouGced planes to p-
aWtion.rcat the military com- the tflt address ineole new commemoration of the 63rd an- (8.000 on deenft:d se
*tlnd for the generous response University Law School Audito- nlversary of the Pan American coslnng year- a wbch.
to the 1953 Red Cross Fund by rum on the subject. "The Role Union and Pan American Day. eludes a Sr ania rl-
Mte mnlltary of the Caribbean of the Supreme Court as a ua
Command area. Guardian of the Constituton." The art exhibit of painters of b velo e mmdlles I i1
The public is cordially invited the 21 American republics will reduced more than ,000
Vivien eigh to this address also. be viewed by the thousands fbut "welfarestatmo ondin wl
ivien Leigh He will leave Tuesday for the tourists who are in Washington i nrease f
United States. during the colorful cherry blos- $2,191,90 000.
Plans Return som season and who visit the L
Topatio of the Pan American Union The ever-mEoa-bOh o tl w a fls-
Snde st a during their tour, ed medicine progr. am t
LONDON, April 15 (UP) -V- To Christen Royal Other artist and their works crease in toUel alt df til
en Leigh who broke down on include Raquel Forner of Argen- which also inclu
Hollywood set several weeks t T tomorrow tina; Bolivian Roberto Berdeclo aiices mandld p u
ago, has recovered sufficiently to LONDON, April 15 (UP) A pencil drawing; Brazilian Bu tler tn I4e3 yh rnme
plan an appearance on the Lon- 413-foot raoht costing more than Candido Portinarl oil paint features were .
ean i ut e c to be I; chie aragba. Buc he -"
don stage, it was announced to- 5.000.000 and the first. to be ing; Chilean Pablo A. Burchard made s lip .
day. built for the royal fr lly since gouache; Colombian Alejan- ef cD' a E S
e wMiss Leih t r o1907, will be christened by Queen dro Obreg6n pastel; Ranicl c na
ain by her husband, Sir iu- Elizabeth 1 tomorrow at Glas- of Costa Rict oil painting; a, rn
rence Olivier, when she suffered gow. Cuba Carlos Enrtoues a nude creased
a nervous collapse while filming The 4.000-ton yacht is bigger in oil: Gilberto Hernidez Ore- reserves
"Elephant Walk" in Hollywood.than most destroyers. It will a8, the Dominican Republic; pat year
She was placed under treatment have ornate state apartments Eduardo Kingman. Ecuador:
in a nursing home. and quarters for palace servants. Maurlclo Auilar, El Salvador; R tal eaidh
The actress will appear with In case of war, the ship can Guatemala. Carlos Mirlda: Haitil OS, tal, ..
her husband in a comedy, "The be readily converted to hospital Hkctor Hlpnolite: Honduras, J. DP. .
Bleepint Princess." Rehearsals use with a minimum of altera- Antonio Velzsouez: Mexico. an Die
,l start in July. tion. The stern deck is construct- oil by Oro7co: Nicaragua. by Ro-
Plans to stage the play dur- ed to permit a helicopter to land. driluez Pefialza; PanamA by Ro- A 48 reandS-
Ing the coronation season were The name Elizabeth will choose berto Lewis. womat died ra
abandoned when Miss Leigh be- for the ship will not be known the elwa. pteray .fi ned
came ill. until tomorrow. The exhibit will be on view for morning .
the thousands of tourists who 'Th aO a outfa
come to Washington during the pain t, her r g
cherry blossom season, and visit abdonu l
4C the patio of the Pan American arrvl. Th
Union during their tour. from 1- i
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