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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Newspaper
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Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
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Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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Russians Think British

Don't Like Cop Serov

V. LONDON, April 6 (UP) Soviet' secret police chief
Gen. Ivan A. Serov suddenly 'was dropped today from the
dlgation which will accompany Premier Nikolai Bulganin
and Communist Party aacritary Nikita Khrushchav to
Britain April 18.' ..."
'J.-' Tht move apparently was the result of bitter British
press and public reaction against Serov .When he came here
more than a week ago to check security arrangement for
the forthcoming trip of the Soviet leaders. -Xz&&

i, He was labeled then as

jmurdererVvV:'! "': VfJ,.

Serov, successor to the late
Lavrentl P. Beria, executed by
the Soviets for "treason"! follow
In; the death of Joseph Stalin,
. was missing from the list of of of-llcials
llcials of-llcials -which the foreign office
.said would accompany Bulganin
and Khrushchev. :.,-.f
Soviet ambassador Jacob Ma-
" Ilk had said Serov would be back
, with Bulganln and Khrushchev.
But his name was not on the
list released today.
" In place of Serov, the Soviets
designated Mai. Gen. N. S. Za Za-kharov
kharov Za-kharov as head of their security
' .detachment He headed the
bodyguards for the Soviet lead leaders
ers leaders during last July's summit
conference talks to Genevan .-
, Zakbarev will have 14 agent;
- with him, Including thejhiel
personal bedyguards of .Khru .Khrushchev
shchev .Khrushchev jmd Bulganin and
members their hand-plckesl
:- heHst released by the foreign
" office disclosed that the Soviets
- also will bring with them Khru Khru-"
" Khru-" ahchev's son, S N Khrushchev,
Meanwhile former Soviet
'-" Primer Georgf Malenkw pb pb-J
J pb-J Holy repudiated the leadership;
1 ef Joseph Stalin, who was hi
!" Tnir in the Communist
On t.e eve' of, Ua'.rrturn to
Russia, Malenkov accused Stalin
of trying to be a superman.' ;i
ar,inlrA -Tcrrrtd as Stalin S

hand-picked successor as Soviet

premier, resignea t
make way for the -new Kremlin
''Collective leadership." "-1 ;
Malenkov, now Soviet minuter
"of power stations, would up
three week tour of British conr
ventlonal and atomic power ln ln-stallaUons
stallaUons ln-stallaUons with a, news confer-
' ence at the Soviet
' It was hi first outside the iron
', C MaVenkov told reporters that
Stalin had tried to assume rsu rsu-'
' rsu-' pernatural features" in his pur
suit of the "cult of the lndivi-
. .He did ot attack ftalintiT
ane. bnt criticised the "cult
" ( the tndtTldual,- which is
z the key te Communist denun denunciation
ciation denunciation of Stalin. i
Malenkov thus fell In sten with
the Communist campaign to
' erase the Stalin myth which was
begun by party secretary Nlklta
- wmhphe and other pro

minent Communists at the re-1

cent Soviet -communis pj vj
coneress in Moscow.
. Malenkov vu asked to speak
out as one of the men who work work-'
' work-' ed intimatelv'with Stalin.
"This question has been dealt
. with In the partv ; conference
and In the press afterwards," he
' feci Id 1 1 4-. r
But he went on to attack "the
eult" as "foreign to the spirit
of the Communist party.--..''-"In
any case he added "we
. are now following the principle
of collectivS leadership:" He said
he was sure the Soviet Union
would succeed to earrylng out
this principle. ;
Malenkov i ooened the : Press
conference with a MS minute
statement describing his tour of
Britain. Then he allowed an hour
'for questions., .-.v

... .... s r- .-' -t
Interstate Limit.
On Speed Of Cars
Urged By Governor
DENVER, AprO I ftJPy -Colo
rado Gov. Edwin C. Johnson call
ed today for a federal automobile
speed limit, and comressional ac
tion to reauire the use of safety

belts.,,'
Johnson also said the state The pumping station and force
should make drunken driving a : main to be built his year will
criminal offense, instead of a vio- take care of Balboa only. ::
lation requiring simply the loss ofj During fiscal year' 1957, plans
driver's license. ; V (have been made for the cons cons--
- cons-- '' We need t interstate .traffic, truction of a sewage treatment
lews as well as state laws con- nlant in Balboa, a pumping ata ata-cerning
cerning ata-cerning "traffic," t h e governor; t ion and a sewage collector svs-

ssio. congress couia very weu
regulate soeed. and that' tha on-!
ly way we could get speed gov
ernors and safety belts installed
on automobiles." ;.' i-y v
BAI.I-OA TIDKS
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MIT -X LOW
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a tnug," a rDutcner" and a

ft
- K woman reporter want wanted
ed wanted his impress ion of British
women. ""
'"It is very difficult to make
love to women through an in interpreter,"
terpreter," interpreter," Malenkov quipped.
- Malenkov was asked If he had
any feeling of guilt over -the
great purges of th Stalin era,
or whether he felt this was "just
another error." ;
,"With collective leadership we
always J eel responsible for the
shortcomings and errors we have
made- and we openly admit
them," he answered, "This helps
to rectify our position, (
HY Cops Prolsct
$
-NEW YORK, April JfUP)
Police held V 1 c tnr wui
blonde assistant in custody to-
uy w proieci net from enemies
of the Labor columnist responsi responsible
ble responsible for spraylnr acid lnto.Wl
face and eyes eartv yesterfisy ,;
Betty Kevins,, 21, P'o-pj's
iuovoiik, gave- poiii e ; t
wues to ine unidcntii.ecl
1L
who aDDmnrh.rt h.,
... T .. ,u ,Bwrj
and threw sulnhiirir- mma
hl firm.' ..r--.T', --4
- Riesel, confined to the tfospi tfospi-tal
tal tfospi-tal and in grave danger of losing
bit alght. could give investigat
es uuij a iragmentary account
wj ni nappenea.
Most of the details wer sup supplied
plied supplied by Miss Nevins during dsyJ
long questioning yesterday.
'Two members of Local 138 Of
;,,,.0pertt.in,f Engineers Union,
W 11am Wllkens and peter Ba Ba-tallas.
tallas. Ba-tallas. were alsn nntinn4 nw
given -i. police r Protection lat
night. "i
They appeared with RIesel on
a raaw program a short time
oore ne was attacked, r" -WUllam
Keating, former coun
sei or ihe New York City antl
crime committee, disclosed on a
television show last night that
RIesel planned to expose a move
to reestablish Joseph S. Fay, con convicted
victed convicted labor extortionist who is
auw on paroie,

Complete New-Sewage System Planned
l ...

For CZ's Pacific Side Communities

fiids for the construction of at

sewage pumping station and thelCurundu. Diablo Height, Coro-Iter;

installation of approximately
5000 feet of force main and out
fall in Balboa are now beine so
licited by th Panama Canal
Company. -v ,y- -; ,-r :r
The nummnt station i la he
located in Balboa in the vicinity
of the Balboa Magistrate's Court
ana the pipe line will run from
the pump station through 'La
Boca to empty into the Canal
off Pier Four.
. The construction of the numn-
Ing station and the pipe line in
Balboa will be the first steps in
the construction of a complete
new sewage disposal system
scheduled for the C a n a 1 Zone
communities on the pacific Side
These plans call tor the. con
struction within the Jiext .three
fiscal years of two sewage dis
posal plants, and two additional
numDinar stations, and the Instal
lation of several thousand feet
'of sewage disposal line.
tern taklna care of the 15th Na-
val District and Fort Amador
areas: a pumolng atation and
collector system and outfall line
for the Fort Clsvton district and
a collector system and ejector
for Crozl.
A piimnin station and a sew sew-e
e sew-e dispnssl p'snt to serve the
Anron and Curundu HM"ht
tm is scheduled for fiscal year
1958."

Ear-Veary locks Division Decides-

ENOUGH OF
;

LETS SEE THROWING

The Lne-throwini chamolou of
the Locks Division employes who
hive been heavinl lines aboard
vessels from rowboat to bsttle-
ships for years is to be settled on
throw-as-throw-ean basis this
montbv
'Several weeks age Hie Locks
Division received a suggestion
mat such a contest be held so
the re I line-threwlng champion
could be oitabliahed by tost
rather than talk : -..-
Rules for the contest have just
been announced by Roy C. Stock Stock-hsm,
hsm, Stock-hsm, chief of the Locks Division.
' They-provide that all lockmen,
boatmen and helpers regularly em employed
ployed employed in the division will be eligib
le to compete. v:
The men and the boys are to be
separated by preliminary rounds
which will be held at each set of
Locks by Saturday, April 14.
' The championship round will
be a public affair held AprH 21
at the annual Safety Rally to be
hold at Paraise under the sponsor
ship of the Safety Committee of
the Pareioe Civic Council,
The finalists will be two parti participants
cipants participants each from Gatun. Pedro
Mi fuel, and Miraflores Locks.
The champion to be selected at
the Paraiso Safety Rally will have
his name placed on a plaque to be
provided for this purpose..' The
chamoionshiD contest will be un
der the-direction of three judges
to-bo appointed, f
Both the preliminarily nd cl-.i

T line-heaving coiiifsis v,iii:"'."" i-ti,u

B run unaer wt same seneiai
.,, t...MH h th liirlft III.
1 U'V. fliuuwua.vw J
vision Chief. Briefly summarized,
Ihescare; ,v---;. t-.;-,:;jv
' tse heaving line to be used by
aH contestanU will be a 123-foot
quarter-inch manila rope with an
ond weight totaling no more man
eight ounces.'
v The udging will be on the baa
v. WASHINOTON, AprU I fUP) fUP)-As
As fUP)-As told In the Air Force Times:
r' At Hagerstown, Md., the' Army
and Air Force share a recruiting
office. Each recruiting team
per-Xorca hears the sales talk
given by the Other,,, : 1
.Sgt. Donald 8. Barron, Army
recruiter, listened for months ,to
his Air Force opposite number'.
- .Came time for Barron to re re-enlist.
enlist. re-enlist. He did in the Air Force.

The sewaare svstema of Albrook.tJohn V. Carter and John v. r.r.

zai and L05 Rios also wlu be
brought up to date during this
period.
The sewage disposal plants In
Ancon and Balboa will be sim similar
ilar similar to the one constructed last
year on the Atlantic Side by
r;;

nti nrvn cArrrtf -rtla! Kfvn.nn InnVe tnr umt rianv

toimake telephone call before leaving Chicago for Florida.
Stevenson, expressing little worry over Senator Kefauver's
threat in the Illinois presidential (primary, flew to Florida to
campalga against the Tennessee Democrat.

CROWING,
!

Is ef tho distance the line Is
thrown, horisontally; height ever
which a line can be thrown from
a dUtance of M feet; end ac accuracy
curacy accuracy with which the line can
be thrown at a vertical target
from a distance of N foot.
Each man will have three trials
under, each of these sections with
the best of each three used for the
record..
; The: winner of each part of. the
contests will be given three points,
second men two, and one point 'or
third s place. The individual scor
ing the highest total number of
points., will be adjudged Jhe win winner,
ner, winner, "wr.,; ,.
Branch Superintendents at each
of the three Locks have been ask asked
ed asked to. arrange for their own pre preliminary
liminary preliminary contests to select the two
top line-heavers to compete for
the championship.
The names of the six men chos
en are-4o be furnished to the Chief
of the Locks Division by. Monday,
Apru lo, 1 :.;t..
Red Cross Campaign
rk
Additional reports received to today
day today for the Red Cross 1958 Fond
campaign have brought total re
ceipts, as oi April 3. to in. 304.
This represents SI per cent of the
Csnal Zone Chapter goal of 122,
330. w..w j ,;x
First Bureau to turn in a com complete
plete complete TPiwrt for the Panama Cn-
' r" iy-fvernment w Ibr
man,
ji. ij.- x anow, reported
550.75 pledged by 753 contributors,
Included in the Civil Affairs Bur
eau report was that of the Division
of Schools, solicited by Mrs. Jean
Vioiette ana Miss Cecilia Alvarez,
with $1,091.50 reported for 505 con contributors.
tributors. contributors. :
Other units of the Civil Affairs
Bureau were the Director's Office,
Customs Division, Fire Division,
Police Division Postsl -Division,
Civil Defense Section; Csnal Zone
Library, and License Section. -Director
of Operations, Americ American
an American Red Cross. Caribbean area, Leo
nard Meyer, states that an addi
tional $1,687.28 has been contribut
ed oy military and civilian em
ployes of the armed services,
bringing the total pledged aa of
April a to $6,499.53 for the armed
forces,-, -'- -..j,-?-...-.-.. -s, ,-
Miss Mary Oit, co-chairman Sup Supply
ply Supply and Employe Services Bureau,
reports that Christian Wirtx, chair chairman.
man. chairman. Commissary Division, has
submitted a final report of $1,034.-
92. for this unit.
Jr. r ?
Bids for the construction of
1 the sewage pumping station and
wo juuuiuauon 01 uie iorce
main and outfall will be opened
the morning of April 20 In the
Administration Building at Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Heights.
'

TORNADOFS KILL SEVEN i

bodies of four member of a family who died In a tornado at
Drumrlght, Okla., holds a shoe of one of the victims. -.Tornadoes
in northern Oklahoma, southern Kansas and Missouri tl
. at least seven dead and more than 80 others Injured.

Commissary

30,000 lbs Of RP Coffee

1'
i
w. '. T V .-
BUIS 10 supply ine VOmmiBSBiy
couce ie now being advertised by
the aqama Canal Company.
' For'tnelirst time, the Commis Commissary
sary Commissary Division is asking for roast-
ed blended coffee instead of spe
cific tvoes of areen .eoffee which
previously were blended by 'the
Commissary Division at Mount
HP"
Hits' aew type of purchase will,
give the Panamanian coffee in industry
dustry industry aa opportunity to com
eta for the roasting and blend blending
ing blending easiness which the Commis Commissary
sary Commissary has been doing (or its re retail
tail retail trade in the past.
-The-invitation asks thai
roasted: whole been coffee
plied in retail size package:
ltrnatelv. invited bids lot
same type of coffee, supplied
bulk packing, p.tv V'
The -30,000 pound lot of coffee
requested is divided into ine live
blends now sold by the Com miss a-
r'Garr Leavins
Amador In July
WASHINGTON, AprH UP)
Mai. Gen. Lionel C. McGarr,
Army commanding feneral in
the Caribbean theater, today
was. named commandant of
the Command and General
Staff College, Fort Leaven Leavenworth,
worth, Leavenworth, Kans.
MeGarr will leave his Fort'
Amador r headquarters in the.
Canal -Zone 'n July. His suc successor
cessor successor has not been named.
Y

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be. sup-

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KEFATJVER IN FLORIDA Sen. Estea Kefauver (left) shakes
hands with Mayor Dwight L.' Brett at St. Augustine. Fla.
, Kefauver was in his drive for Florida's 28-delegate vote la the
Democratic National Convention.

c
-ill

' ." (NEA Telephoto)
Dennis Brewster, who found the
Division Seeks
? 7
nr. -41.-
ry .wiMun-icwu iui. vi t
it is specified that the coffeV
supplied under.- this invitation
shall be quel In quality flavor,
and' degree of roast to the pres.
ent five blends of roasted coffee
produced by t h e Commissary
Division, samples ef which will
be supplied to interested bidders
npon request. u
Bids may be submitted on any

rindervthe' contract, the first PfCSident. DllllCS
deliveries 0! coffee will start July," V aussw

15 and will continue m weekly
shipments until Oct. 15.
Bids will be opened simulta simultaneously
neously simultaneously in the Procurement Office
of the Panama Canal Company in
New York and the office of the
general manager of the Commis-
sary Division at Mount Hope,
Ibrook 'Cbpter
On Mercy Flight t
: '" m J s f 1 ei.' 1 :
10 Mia ur woniSiT
Ah Albrook rescue helicopter to today
day today is evacuating a Panamanian
resident from the mountainous re region
gion region of Tolc in the Republic of
Panama to Santiago .for medical
treatment. '.-"...''.'-.. t-w ;
Air Force -officials today said
they bad no details as to the con condition
dition condition of the patient, Dolores Du Du-rate.
rate. Du-rate. or the-reason for he .re .request
quest .request to evacuate her, which was
received through diplomatic am
nels. ; v r... r':-r---
The SA-H Helicopter left this
morning, and was expected to e e-vacuate
vacuate e-vacuate the patient to Santiago
where she would be hospitalized

- y
1 7

Artillery Fires Vi

Point-Blanl

Tense

JERUSALEM, April 6 (UP) Fighting broke out on
th tense Gaza strip today for the second day in a row
while U.N, secretary-general Dag Hammarskjold was hur hurrying
rying hurrying here on his peace-making tour.
t United Nations truce spokesman here reported
that Egypt and Israel agreed to an immediate ceasefire.
Israel charged that Egyptian artillery opened up pt pt-8
8 pt-8 a.m. on an Israeli unit in Kissufim, key Jewish communi communications
cations communications center astride the, Gaza frontier, and spread an
hour later to the Beairy sector six miles north.

Egypt charged that Israel
The blasting of artillery firing
at almost point-blank j-ange over
the tinderbox border shattered the
early morning only a few hours
after another U. N.-directed cease ceasefire
fire ceasefire ended the bloodiest battling
since Lake Tiberias outbreak
earner uus yearwnen so Syrians
Qiea.
Egypt said yesterdays l"ttl
infiro killed civilisns in the,
gunfi:
densely-populated Gaza strip, the1
key danger spot of the Egyptian Egyptian-Israeli
Israeli Egyptian-Israeli frontier. Israel said it fired
Anlv lt..iniw fa Miuatul Mf
contmumg Egyptian artillery j at-
HICKS.- ...-. :'r t.v
, i, ll-
' inr- fa f t a
thir-wiHing and ail now ejwier
along the strip u :
The spokesman said 15 U.JN,
truce observers were in the front-
lines on both sides of. the border.
U. N. headquarters in New
York was being kept abreast of
development he said.
Review Situation
WASHINGTON, AprU S (UP)
president Eisenhower and Secre Secretary
tary Secretary of State Joba Foster Dulles
reviewed the tense Middle East
situation today at an early morn morning
ing morning White House conference. -The
talks centered on the new
flareup between Israeli and Arab
forces on the Gaza atrip that was
ended, at least, temporarily, by a
ceasefire agreement arranged by
a unuea canons spoaesman.
The conferences were held as
V. S. ambassador Charles E.
Bohlen and George Wadsworth
headed home from Moscotr and
Saudi Arabia for a report on So Soviet
viet Soviet and Middle East policies..
Mesnwhile the Western allies
will hold a large scale naval and
air maneuver April 11-20 to test
Frotection of convoy and transport
inu la the mediterranean,
French authorities said in Algiers
today.
They said the maneuver ha a
been named "Medflex Dragon."
Taking part,- they said, will be
ships snd planes from France, I I-tsly,
tsly, I-tsly, Britain, Greece, Turkey, the
United States and Portugal.
- The "ble force" directed bv
Adm. Guy Grantham, commander
in chief 01 the Allied forced in the
Mediterranean, will represent the
Allies attempting to keep the ship-
pine moving and protected.
The "orange force" will Te the
"enemy." : -v-'V ; ,'
The maneuver will close with a
naval and air review off Malta.

Criisade For Freedom Drive In CZ
Gets Endorsement Of Gov. Seyboid

The personal endorsement
of
Governor J. S. Seyboid bss been
given the Crusade for Freedom
drive in the Canal Zone in a mem memorandum
orandum memorandum in which he expressed the
hope that Company-Government
employes would participate and
make this year's campaign a suc successful
cessful successful one.
The Governor called attention to
the fact that President Eisenhower
has given his wholehearted sup
port to the Crusade and urged Fed
eral employee to participate.' The
Governor's memorandum, addres addressed
sed addressed to Bureau Directors and Divi
sion heads in the Csnal organize
tion. follows, in part: ..'
"The American people, -by this
organization, are able to snow their

Qvet

Frontier

units first opened fire.
French Cadet
Deserts Wiflk
AmfTIQ TfUcIc '1'
' 1 uytlV
;y4
ALGIERS, Algeria, April I j.
(UP) French patrola aearched
the jBainem forest six miles out outside
side outside of, the city today for the
rebel band that received a tmrv.
iosd of fr.s from a Fr"
-vreri-;!.1ste :
rdemanding to know L,
youth Henri Maillot, a kno 1
Communist Youth leader in Al Al-giers,
giers, Al-giers, who deserted and drov. it
to the rebels, came to be In
charge of the ammunition truck.
The 17-year-old MaBlofa de de-sert'on
sert'on de-sert'on wa the major event of
another day's fighting In Alge-'
rla which took at least 23 vlc-n
-tlms. :
The casualty list include fhr
French soldiers, eight Moslem ct
vuians ana 12 reoeis. v
One of the French soldiers, s
lieutenant, was shot by a sentry
as he made the rounds of a dimly-lit
camp outside of Oran.
French troops and "Army of
Allah" rebela are fighting a run.
nlnj; battle in the wild Nemen Nemen-chaa
chaa Nemen-chaa mountains, with "high losi losi-ea
ea losi-ea on both Sides," the t French
command said today. i
The French are rushing rein''
forcements to, the scene of bat battle.
tle. battle. ..,
The action started yesterday
when a French motorized patrol
encountered a strong rebel force
near the Oued el Fallail, -e rlvr
bed that la dry most of the year
around, -t -. '' .-.- ;
The rebels started falling bark,
but the French kept contact with
them throughout the night.
. Meanwhile In Tripoli, King
Idrist of Libya, has appealed
for President Eisenhower's in intervention
tervention intervention in the French North
African crisis to "bring aa end
to French shedd'nsr-of Arab
blood." y
The government newspaper
Tarablusgarb said the king de delivered
livered delivered his plea yesterday to U S.
ambassador John Tappi la To To-bruk.
bruk. To-bruk. -.. ;
The government organ, said
King Idrlss, whose desert -king-dom
stretches between French
Algeria and Egypt, expressed
"much interest and worry nbout
savage-and barbaric deeds ef
French forces in Algeria and the
massacres of the Arabs."
He called for President Elserr Elserr-hower's
hower's Elserr-hower's "active" intervention to
halt operations against the A A-rabs,
rabs, A-rabs, Tarablusgarb said.
1
1 individual
interests toward the
freedom of people in their right
to independent self-government.
- "It is .considered appropriate
that the employes ef the Compa.
ny-Government have the opportu opportu-nh
nh opportu-nh to voluntarily- support the
Crusade and that they be prov.
Ided with the necessary Informa.
tion. v
'L. M. Brockman coordinator,
Personnel Bureau, has been ap-
pointed area chairman for the 19.',8
Crusade. He will furnish all bureau,
division and independent units lw
terature and other information oa
this campaign."
Both the letter of President Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower and the Governor'a end end-(Contlnued
(Contlnued end-(Contlnued oa Page C, Col- 2)



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FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 1938

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Labor News
And
Comment

WHO'S RIGHT ABOUT PERONT

: JTo American Ctlzen: '""
5 1 have waited anxiously .for your reply to my last letter
'concerning your beliefs in Peronism and I must say that I was
.rfic.nnnintorf hMnu aside from insulting me you dlani

Prov think. Your source ot Information seem, to "tern from
- ithe mouthof Peron, who was thrown out of Ws own country.
Com now, you can do better than. that. Let's review your
i'Sllatement of "fair debate" is obviously ne-sided. You
-ttite in one paragraph that Argentina enjoyed religious free free-.
. free-. tdom, and the5 you go on to state that the i Church jtttat have
Tthelf Corpus Christi procession on the legal date but on June
11 which W illegal. No procession is illegal where religious free free-".
". free-". rin pninved Then vou state that the Communists couldnt

-get anywhere with peron so they joined forces with theXath theXath-lolic
lolic theXath-lolic Church. Then you turn right around and say that the
;i communists then- proceeded to burn the Catholic churches.
riDid they loin them or didn't they?
4 Answer me this, If you can. American magazines have
' ? printed thousands of words against Peron. If these things
-aren't true why doesn't Peron sue? I sure would. Remember
the truth shall set you free! Or why doesn't the United States,
v 2! which I presume you are a part of, recognize Peron as the of-
o'finiol nil.!- nf Argentina? 1

J I want to make a bargain with you. I can prove to you
- 'that the statements I made in my last letter are true. Now
. an you man enough to state publicly that you were wrong in
our defense of Peron if I prove to you the veracity of my
J MatementsT Prove to the readers of the Mall Box that being
I -t 4.. jskitA" vnn will concede a nolnt if nroven.

I- i-urther, I cannot understand how you can state that you
were reluctant to write about the religious phase when that is

ithe root of the uprising againsi rerun.

i. twc KinB mr last letter, why rive un now since

,'vou seem to be the only ote on the Isthmus who is defending
! eron. Write on man, Peron needs defending from what I

. J have neara ana reau.

A Real American Cltixen

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SAN ANTONIO BUGLE

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U- aala. T AtA wvsTT TtrDVinilK lHLLrr UI1E CIA llUC IlAl UWV iivvuvm

. '' on record beVan to cover both continents, and this is our first
. ?? 5!H.22K;- .t it laft half the town with colds and

' BTS"lUC-luin

V! Plenty of work for the doctors, and 1 was i on the 1 tot for
Ha shot in the arm and prescriptions for the drug man. The
: do2toVtmt?d me nice and only extracted three buc to txom my
: meager roll, but the drug man saw me coming and doubled toe
lanteT Don't mind the cost so much, but waiting in line for two

.Jhoura got my goav :: n-a-rinners in town

H is one or ..r 'tiim

thifit tit stoaclalisti, Last .week there was a convention

: EXP Jl laTt cold SMlLH

TJ n" TJtfa9Vto and foiled

in -to BrCWftsvUle. YThere was un jo aioot in

. Then luiuea up mw i w

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'h4 mme fraaky weatner in vnw iw wa

tae i : in -to BrBWfts

H Del an Wppertn through th Panhandle where at Plain

I'ffioira traffic was paralyzed
S hnt mishans were frequent to: other

5f .JS:2L,H'riA-nn a perfectly good

? .traS iSS by Tnotherm; frying to pw at high speed and
jTSwihlt. the occupants of which were killed. was
lo ffJ& iof a peak and couldn't be seen.

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'Polo Anyone?"

DOCTOR'S VISITS

r( Dear Joe;

By VICTOR RIESEL

There is no issue of freedom of

the press involved in the padlock

ing of the Communist Daily Work

er and tne party headquarters.

If there is an issue of freedom

involved in the Treasury Dept.
seixuret it is the freedom of the

American section of the Comin

form to plan riots in the south,

wnicn it is plotting right now.
........ -.

And the Communists' freedom to

work with the criminal underworld,

which it is doing right now.

And the Sovieteenng unions

freedom to stir and prolong in

dustrial unrest in multi-million

dollar strikes, which they- have

just accomplished.

And the Communist party s free

dom to turn itself into an active

revolutionary apparatus, which

party secretary and boss, Eugene

Dennis, is doing right now.

And the freedom to attentat to

infiltrate liberal groups and non-

communist unions, on which I

have enough documentation to fill
one of Dave Beck's trailer trucks:

And the freedom to raise

millions of untaxed dollars in
violation of the law prohibiting
non-taxed organizations from dis disseminating
seminating disseminating propaganda and at attempting
tempting attempting to influence legislation.

It is no exaggeration to report

that the Communists have raised

close to siOO.OOO.OOtt in the past
decade for their operations and
that their books have been juggled
to hide the conspiracy against the
U.S. at the direction of the Soviet

International.

The committee for the convicted

Soviet atomic spies raised and

ran through $1,000,000. To whom
did it account?

Last year it was revealed that

Communists raised $3,500,000 for

just three camouflaged fronts

and that the leaders of these
groups could not account for a

large proportion of the money.

The Daily worker itself has

raised some $5,000,000 in" past
years and has refused to file
tax forms- or claim tax exemption
or offer up its books for exami

nation.

There Is precedent for seizure

of a publication for such failure
to pay taxes or explain why they

are not paid. A Treasury Depart

ment spokesman tells me that a
weekly paper in Tennessee was
seized a few years ago when its

widowed owner was delinquent.

There was some outcry. But the
law is specific. Why should the

Daily Worker now be above the

law?

The Juggling of funds by the

Communists has aroused many of

us in recent years.!

Just about a year ago Sen Alex

ander Wiley, of; Wisconsin, wrote
to the head 'of the Internal Rev-

tnH Service saying: A

It seeir s to l.sf wa. could

fsever the financial arteries of the

Communist party if a special ef effort
fort effort were made to investigate the
books of at least the major Red
groups. In so doing we could prob probably
ably probably interfere with Red espionage
in this country, which is depend dependent
ent dependent on disguised expenditures.
While they have probably covered

their tracks carefully, an all-out

nrobe would no doubt prove fruit

ful V. I strongly believe that

thev have broken tax laws in hand

ling books of their fronts and of

UiCaA JW.V aUU.uvuus0
That puts It squarely.

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Noble Experiment

By BOB RUARK

Your story on the' doctor tub i ; "Sd I both

rkr Luckuy ior y

doUaw. What wouiq you nv. j au

GOROKA. New Guinea A hand

ful of white men, nearly all alive
today, have had a most amazing

influence on the lives ot nan a
million people who were undiscov undiscovered
ered undiscovered 20 years ago, forgotten

through the war with Japan, and

rediscovered only, yesterday in

terms oi years.
These are the natives of the

Highlands of New Guinea, ex-cannibals
and ex-warriors who are
now working side by side with the
white man in what could be de described
scribed described as really a noble experi experiment
ment experiment in the engineering of hitman
lives.

Such men as Jfan Taylor, George
Broadhead, the Leahy brothers,
Horrie Naill. aH old New Guinea

hands, set the pattern And the
youngest of the eroutv Ian Downs.

a most fremarluble g: t,. had the

last arm nana in its impiemema

Uon .'.v.r

I'll ounte Downs, i 41-vear-oM

Scot with 22 years in New Guinea

who had been a district commis

sioner in three places before he
was'40. ; v-v. frA?.
"We recognized that these peo people
ple people were still in the stone-ax age,
and that yesterday they were kill killing
ing killing and eating each other." Ian
said, "They still have most of their
own customs intact, but we have
finally persuaded them that it is
better to do business with us and

each other than to fight -perpetually
amongst themselves.

'We recognise that the change

over from Stone Age to television
is a touch abrupt, which .is what's

wrong with Africa and a lot of

other countries. We had to find a

way to bridge the gap.

"The first step was to stop tne

fighting, and the-second was to
instill trust in us by them. Then,
the next thing was to show them

how we. could help them and how
thev 'could make a nrofit hv it

"Remember,1 we start wt the

bottom here. We had to fill in the
void between yesterday and tomor tomorrowgive
rowgive tomorrowgive 'em something to re replace
place replace the old tribal wars and blood bloodlettingsor
lettingsor bloodlettingsor they go crazy from
frustration.

"The things- had to be -simple -4

simple tilings une iuaus, su nicy
could get their produce to market
easier.'. -,' ".:?'':.?

"Then we had to show them what

to produce that we could buy. Then

we had to convince them that if

they were sick, they couldn t pro-

were tor.

"But mostly, we had to leave

them alone with their customs and

their fetish, and alone with their
land. They had to believe that we
weren't grabbing their land. We

had to convince them that we vere

i!;2 IVasiii;:gto;i
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fy PHSrr PEARS Oti

any authorized Senate

i0" nfertion with the tonal 'inspectioa,
recent gas bill battle. .1 tk

ZS2Ji: blff- n(I Powerful tor Jdinson is l tatemttd M

vcmuuauc leaaer, aoes not want
to record constributions to primary

negaromg ine seconO,

WASHINGTON PmhAM. '-Si'.-

Senate tniav --u auiuh m tae crown
naie today are: r land Root-Lyndon Johnson case!
,J-Jhe reform bill regu-'They are ii a safe deposit tax
lating camDam emihnhiiHnn. ,n ..ft.kiJ .iT "!Lo.p0?li. D0X

: .. ;---"- .iuu w an j auuionzea se

a- iuc uivesiiparinn nt thAsa-MM : ...

ihntion. i -.tv:itvm,""u:' w. "ny "r r per-

mai 'mspectioa v.
They tell a significant story and

oaving me puDiic jmow about po political
litical political contributions to primaries or

Mr. Johnson h., .dmiH aiZS "" 11 mm.nee dig

. uccu lulu uie vis innnv

VZZSZ S. ?A Jnson" has been con

nennmgs d.w Mo.) who planned
a forthright probe, into the hands
of a diluted and, so far, inactive
Senate committee. v

In View' Of th imnnHanoa nf

these two moves, it becomes im-

portant to examine the past rela-

uuns oi senator jonnson with some!
of the most potent figures in the

natural gas industry, including,

ruwu ana Kooi, uie Big Texas

coniracTors wno purchased the big
inch and little inch nioelines from

the government, and now operate
them as Texas Eastern Pipeline;
and Who also nam Tata Iraetara

Production,; producers of gas and Phone, calls.

uu.
Brown and Root have been the
heaviest backers of Lyndon John Johnson
son Johnson during his political career. He
has used their private airplane
even during the gas debate, to

uy uacs io rexas. u was at the
Middleburg, Va.; home' of George
Brown that he suffered a heart at attack
tack attack last summer, and he visits

at the Brown home on several Pign expenses

fronted with the evident in this
case. His chief explanation "is that
ex-Gov. W. Lee O'Daniel, against
whom Johnson Was running for
the Senate at that time, stirred up
the tax probe of Brown and Root.
Johnson admits that he called on
President Roosevelt on Jan. li lilt
lt lilt was a matter of newsnaner rai.

ord at that time but claims he

aw noi discuss the Brown and
Root tax matter. The Treaxnrv

records give overwhelming testimony-'
to the -contrary, however.
Repeated efforts were made to
reach George Brown of Brown and

kooi, Dut ne did not take the tele-

Runabout Contributions 1
The records of Internal Revenue
show that one device used to fi finance
nance finance the Johnson- campaign was
to make out checks tor employees
of Victoria Gravel Company, a
Brown and Root subsidiary,: then
use part of that money, for cam-

week ends during the gas battle.
Brown and Root continue to be
active in Washington and else elsewhere,
where, elsewhere, politically and otherwise.
They are an important part of the

contracting com Dine that got a

For instance, oa Mav 2B. lfln

$5,000 was paid to- J. -C-. Corwin,
Jr., by V i c t o r i a Gravel) and
charged off as a business expense.
Corwin took the check, to Austin,

nome town ot Lyndon, Johnson.

billion-dollar contract to build U.S. cashed it, and later stated under

naval and air bases in Spain.

Power ia Texas

neighbors, primarily not enemies,

not exploiters. I
"We had to change their Ideas
of currency. They, had always
counted wealth in pigs and gold gold-lip
lip gold-lip pearlshell. Air freight costs
were too great for pearlshell to
be flown in from the coast, so we
had to introduce them to money,
"Money is no good to a native

unless be can buy something with
it. so we had to set un trading

posts and introduce them to cteel
hatchets and knivesfhing they

could use. ; s

"They are by no means a stupid
oeoDle thev are hist not advanced

But they advance quickly if they

can see a reason for it. What we

have tried to do here is make

fvery man, every family, a capi

ta list, competing on even terms
with his white neighbor. I believe

oath to Internal Revenue- agents
that hh had mailed $2,500 of the

money to Lyndon Johnson' cam campaign
paign campaign headquarters. i

Anil In T.... lan4 1L..--1

dose friend Lieut Gov. Ben Ram-L ln "nother VictOrlj Gravel
sey was called before a state; Bn,drf'ln0uUtAJall5neck or
grand jury to answer questions! ty500 t0RnJdolPb.iM11!i .n e
about contributions to his own po- pIoye?- ? deposited it m his
litical campaign. Vernon Sanford, 0WJ? ban,r.pn t5efc,amS tte11
of the Texas press association i?11"? and d it over to
who handled some 'of Ramsey's 3" Fr,n Jneman. finance chair chair-advertising
advertising chair-advertising aa indirti. nm.inin of Johnson s ; campaign in

sey who was defended by Brown1 H?uston,- ?eSK b-ank

"You have noticed in Goroka the
white man works. works bard..

The white, women work, too

everybody's' got a job. This im

presses the local native no end.

to see the white man working as

hard as he -does.

"Excuse me now,"'- Downs said.

"I've got to go and buy some food.

Care to come along? Might be

worth it."

.-It was wprth it.: m tell you how

it was in the next one.

ia heaven and nu. the hlU was only six

- you 'MSF tTaea awciallat fof and about your boy, and
1 ?!JZ SSS Nt i sure will see you through

KM'.lJJ nA they decided on an opera-

ho Sylt rl oh Lord, forgive them, for they

j Know not m w DUasant voyage, and dont

C forget to pass the word along up there. Pantmen(

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Atlas Club
Friday and Saturday night

for a real good time

We Haye Two Shows Nightly
And It's Smart and Economical to Say
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Wilev's charges seem' to be

borne out by "the 'Daily Worker's

refusal to file the government tax
forms. Such filing would have
given the Treasury Dept. the right
to question the propaganda outlet
without seizure. But the Commu

nists wanted to keep their records
secret Now we have the chance
to pursue all leads in the Daily

Worker and communist neaa-

quarters.

Ail this is long overdue. Five

years overdue, in fact. Unhappily
the atmosphere is wrong for such

a seizure today. Jive years ago
we were at war with Communist
International armies In North
Korea. The Daily Worker and the
Communist party were not paying
taxes then either-.'.

Thev certainly were communist

action btouds and. therefore, sub

ject to seizure under the Internal

Security Act instead 01 income

tax laws. They were championing
the North Korean enemy of the

Nnited Nations. Zeizure then would

have been Justified and acclaimed.

Today the great danger is mat

1 I 4k.

tne uommumsia. nere, ami ure

world over, will exploit this Tress

ury Dept move through skilled

nrnnasandists out 01 tneir Depart

ment in charge of martyrs. There
will be outcries from civil liber liberties
ties liberties groups about, "freedom of

tha nress and of political action."

And the Communists will use these
to divert attention from the real
issue aid to the enemy. -The
nomilar front in action.

which the Communists are under
orders to effect across the world,
will be a fact in everything but

name. .,

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and Root's attorney. Everett Loon

ey, was not indicted. f :

It v was Senator Johnson who.

when checked by Internal Revenue
sgents, shoved that' Jungman, in
tu,n, oeposHcd il in the second

last year, arranged for Ueut Gov.'aUonai '. r""00.1!? 0,6

icratic national TV" U1 "w noa

Ramsey to be Democratic

committeeman. At that time, Ram Ramsey
sey Ramsey was considered Brown tend

Root's probably candidate for gov-j

club

A Ions list of kimuaf withdraw

als were either proved' or in' the

ernor.; Since the grand jury was ProSess of 'stjgation when toe.
..11. j l f j .... neat aam inn mil m 'WaQh,nof.n

tui;u, ne is nui consiaerea a lute- v : j T,
Iv candidate : I In the end. the Brown -and Roai.

In view of this far-Hun aetlvltv

by "one of the most powerful com companies
panies companies in the. South, and in view
of Senator Johnson's eloouent and

oft-repeated views on the gas-lobby

w are mceedmg; becaW?

Jd a. jolly decent type q.setJle,rJ

nere.

tax liability 1 previously estimated
at $1,052,134 67 wfib a fraud' pen penalty
alty penalty of $531,092.45, was scaled
down and : settled' folr5 $772,000.' v
' More details of tHt internal R'ev R'ev-enue,
enue, R'ev-enue, findings" wVill be' ireported
'titer;? The important 'point, how-

tinns. it ia imnnrtant in airaminA

Brtrwrrand JRootT cohtributions to vw: "oi so inuco wnat ma
the leader nf the nfnnri n.r. .asury lost,' but that Lyhdon

ty in, the Senate and one, of the'JohDMD ;good senhtor, Was the
most powerful ''fWi'.'ittviWai-:.'?ictim-,e,.''; system-a, system

Tho choico

lifotimo

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Fortunately for the public, a rec record
ord record of Brown and Root's activ

ities for Johnson htt been care carefully
fully carefully collected by the Internal Rev

enue Bureau. It made a thorough
investigation of Brown and Root's
taxes until, suddenly, it was
stopped. v
FDR Stops Probe

It was stopped' by President
Roosevelt on Jan. 14, 1944, after

indon Johnson, then a congress
man, had called on Roosevelt Jan.

13. in company with Alvln Wirtz.

attorney for Brown and Root and

former undersecretary of the in
terior. -"

Roosevelt summoned Elmer Ir Ir-ey,
ey, Ir-ey, assistant secretary of the

Treasury at 10 a.m., Jan. 14,
and on Jan. 17, three days later,
a special agent from Atlanta, Ga.,
waa sent to Texas to quietly close
the entire Brown and Root tax in

vestigation.

I have recently obtained photo

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to get senator elected.

But hr.ving been the victim of
a system, he is not now leading
the way toward a reform of that
system when it emes to pri'nai-y
elections.- Instead, he wants to re re-firm
firm re-firm all the states except Texas
and the Swh Maine At.
and New Hampshire. :

Some people manage to keep 1
pretty busy Just picking up the I
beons they've spilled. snus' I

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10 Plant part
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13 Fortification

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20 Explosive amphibian

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15 Express -displeasure
14 Rounded
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16 Worm
17 Small child
19 Gypsy V-
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30 River in 1 ';. 45 Seasoning -,
Germany 46 Drinks made
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39 Verso (ab.) suffix
40 European 49 Number

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FRIDAY, APRIL 1936

THE' PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAM NEWSPAPER

pace m:

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April PTA Heeling
Posipcned To 24Ih

The April meeting of te Diablo
HeiguU farent-'ieiuliers Associa Association
tion Association has been postponed to Tues Tues-day
day Tues-day evening, April 24. 'ibis meet-

ins will feature a one act play,

GOP Farm Parity Compromise
May Defeat Democratic Plan

f- WASHINGTON, April (UP)

a Democratic larm leaaer con

. e-v .,
t

t

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near

muviirnri rr-t. nni:k tn lalm i second stance at this odd-looking haystack

(Fort Scott Kan Resembling twiBmishrooms. the stack was undermined", by the daily nibbling
' of cows A fence" now keeps the uSjmH: away, -tout it ia still a sight to see. .Looking at the odd
i aaadit la Frank fieeds, Fort-Scott newsoaher editor.-,-- .'..C,,?f-'v

4 :- --; a.

!

.Campaigning

His

TV-

ornes

gular

Democrats

iweTmtfTrrW. Anril 6 (UP)

- Sen. Estes Kef auver moved in in-.
. in-. xr.Tir Triv tndav wnere ne

was reported to have Gov. Rob-)
ert B. Meynert etate Democratic
organization worried
drive for the state's 36 national
convention votes.
.Th.Tnnessea: candidate for

the Democratic presidential nom-

inst.lnn Intend 10 SPCUQ uio

- h. Kt davs. In New

jersey.! which will provide ;his
-. next .major, primary contest A-

His thvl for the nomtaatlon,
Adlai E. Stevenson; pened a
drive for votes today to Flori Florida
da Florida where he will meet Kefaa-
. ..Imarr MM 59.

tp.. vinrtrin Rtevenson will

Return to his home state of Ill Illinois
inois Illinois for a weekend of campaign campaign-in.
in. campaign-in. tor Illinois iirimary next

Tuesday.
He received' a strong boost
there yesterday when the state s
Democratic members f Con Con-r
r Con-r irress. Including Sen. Paul H.
Douglas, endorsed him, Douglas
autJDorted Kefauver.irU952.
Stevenson U unopposed in tne
Illinois Democratic primary bal ballot,
lot, ballot, but faces a write-in chal challenge
lenge challenge started by supporters ol
Kelauvtr and Ohio Gov. Frank
Lausche. The group organized
lor Lausche claimed yesterday it
la rettrag "a fine resoonse.T
..in" another Illinois develop develop-'ment.he
'ment.he develop-'ment.he atate Ctthiens f pt
Eisenhower erg anlaation. Is Is-eued
eued Is-eued a warning to Republican -otes
arlnst "comnlacencyj in

vfauver is the ion entrant

In the New jersey Democratic
- noMntla1 nrftferencft "V0t6.

i- mt rfoei not bind the

Estate's national convention del delates,
ates, delates, who are elected separate
y-r in Vi him nrimarv. I

7n the same situation In W53,
' trsfoiiM nnlid more than 150,-

nnn votes. But at the natlonalJ

convention, he received onlv four
New Jersey delegate -votes a-t-f'st
28 for Stevenson.
. Tn- on ffnrt to avoid retjeit

f that nerformance, Kefauver

lorces entered theif own late ot
, delegate candidates. It will com compete
pete compete with an uncommitted state
organization slate headed by

Meyner and regarded as pro-

T eaders of the oarty organiza-

r tlon were understood to have
become worried about the Ke Ke-lauver
lauver Ke-lauver threat after the Tennes Tennes-seean
seean Tennes-seean gave Stevenson an nnex-
- pected drubbing in the Minne Minnesota
sota Minnesota primary March'; 20. i
Meanwhile a newly-appomt-
t cd South Carolina senator said
Tiny WJiite Worins
Squirm Forth Anew
In Peoria Faucets
i '-. t
PEORIA,-' HI.. April 6 (UP) -Those
little white worms today
were .showing up in Peoria's drink drink-inj
inj drink-inj water again."
The worms first turned up in the
eitv- water suddIv last month.

Water company officials then ex explained
plained explained they were larvae of the
Midee fly which hatched to the

city's open reservoir.'
The water mains were flushed

and the worms slowly disappeared
until now".-
There's no cause to worry In
' anv ease. Health officials said

.:. when the worms first showed up

. that they ; were harmless -and
might even add a little protein

" to the water.

Agriculture Dapf.

Slops

put on bv students and memoers ceded today the Administration

iuiui ueieai uie veuiucinuc urive
to restore 90 per cent of parity
price supports by offering an 87
per cent compromise.
Sen. Allen J. Ellender (La.)
said if Republican leaders propose
such a compromise "it is possi possible"
ble" possible" they could muster enough
votes for it to revamp the, farm

Diu on tne House ana senate xioor
before it is sent to.i the White
House.-.'' ; :

He made the observation as the

controversial farm bill war-called

up for a final round of voting in

a Senate-House conference com

mittee. Ellender, chairman of the
committee, said the group would

finish work on the bill late today.
. Thart was no Indication that
any of the price-boosting provi provisions
sions provisions which the committee has
tentatively approved and to
which: tha Administration- hat
objected would be thrown out at
today's final session.

leaders

of uic Association. Tne piay enin

tied "rresn Variable Winds de depicts
picts depicts in a highly entertaining
fashion typical oenaiuor probiemss

ot elementary scaool age children.
The cast include Clara Jacob Jacob-son,
son, Jacob-son, Arthur PayneBeverly Faw Faw-ceti,
ceti, Faw-ceti, George Little and Helen Coo

per. ;

Evan E. Evans,' president of the

association recently appointed a

commitettee to seiect suitable can

didates for the positions -of pres

Ident, vice-president, secretary,

treasurer, and public relations of

fice. The election of these officers
to serve during the next school

year will be held during the May

meeting.

THS EASY WAY

the South probably will form
va third party th's year if Ke
fauver or Averell Harriman
wins the Democratic presiden presidential
tial presidential nomination. r
However, sen. Thomas A. Wof-

ford (D-S.C). a GreenvUle. SC.

attorney, said South : Carolina
will support Stevenson if he la

the party's nominee. He said

there "isn't a chance" the state

convention- will support Presi President
dent President Elsenhower. J

Wof ford was appointed to fill
the vacancy, left by the resigna

tion or sen. Thoormond (D

.C), a leader of the southern
States Rights party in 1948.
Thurmond was elected, by a
write-in- vote In 1952 and left
this week to seek re-election, i

-I

' WASHINGTON. April (UP)
The Agriculture Department has
stopped buying pork. It said hog
prices have gone up enough so
the price-bolstering purchases are
not needed "now." ,w" :-f

The announcement did not say
whether government pork-buying

will be resumed if needed to booss

ho? nrices at some later date.

.

, in aepanmeni Degan ouying

nork and lark last November aft

er a flood of hogs to market forc forced
ed forced prices don to $10-$U a hundred
pounds. : t- i..f.,'- r-
Since then the government has
scent 102 million dollars on pork.

and is in the process of giving it

away to school lunchrooms, wev

fare institutions and other non non-nrofit
nrofit non-nrofit outlets. ?

i Prices of hogs have risen. Top

grade hoes brought S15.7S per hundred-weight
at t Chicago today.

nwrirf y.uvm r, i.TvjL However, nepuDiican

tnwn 0,,r"-5 ;.,Mlhave served 5 notice they will at

town meeting: figured it would

cost $300 to set up machinery to
handle a special referendum to

legalize fund-raising raffles for

firemen and the American Legion

post. H. Samuel Boot offered this
suggestion: "Let's give the Legion

and firemen the (300 and call the

whole thing off."

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tempt to revamp the measure
when it reaches the House floor.

Anions other thines. the ReDub-

lican move would be aimed at eli eliminating
minating eliminating a provision calling for
mandatory 90 per cent' of parity
price supports on basic crops this

year.
Congressional farm bill negoti

ators tentatively agreed to let
Midwest farmers plant 8 million

more acres of corn this year with
out forfeiting federal price sup
ports. .. r

The action could Mister farm
prices m the politically impor important
tant important corn bolt around election
time next fall. Agriculture Sec
rotary Eira T. Benson had re requested
quested requested an Increase te avert a
disastrous drop In corn prices
next fall.

Under the plan, farmers in the'

Midwest -commercial corn oeit

would be permitted to 'plant 51

million acres Of corn this year
instead of the 43 million set by

Benson earlieis The secretary was!

barred by law from setting a high higher
er higher figure on his own.

To qualify for government price

supports under the new acreage
allotments, farmers would have to

put -15 per cent of their cropland
into the adminstration's "soil

bank" reserve which would be au

thorized bv the pending farm bill.

The set-aside acres need not be

corn land.- -..

Meantime, the Agriculture De

partment ended its pork buying
program after spending 102 V4
million dollars to bolster bog pric prices.
es. prices. Pork and lard purchased un under
der under the program is being used in
school lunchrooms, welfare insti institutions
tutions institutions and other non-profit out

lets. : '.:, V ," :-
Tho department said It was"
ditcontinuina the program until
-further notice because hog pric prices
es prices havt "strengthened, almost
continuously during the past
month." Prices havt risen from
about $11 par, 100 pounds whon
tha program went' into effect
last November te $15.75 at Chi Chi-cage
cage Chi-cage today. v

The negotiators, members of a

Senate-House conference commit committee,
tee, committee, also agreed to slash' imports

of extra-long-staple cotton to 95,000

bales a year. This primarily
would affect Egyptian sales. Cur Current
rent Current imports from Egypt and Pe

ru have been running at 109,000 to

115,000 bales a year.
In another move to help cotton

producers, the conferees agreed

i to order the government to sell

on me worm mil lev, wiuiin
reasonable time, the 74,000 bales

of domestic extra-long-staple cot cotton
ton cotton acquired under the price sup

port program.

Son. Allan J. Ellender

price sup
(Dtji.),

chairman of the grouf, said Hi
vCommittM new has ."just about
buttonod up everything" bi its,
tk tt writing a compromise compromise-between
between compromise-between differing House ri d
Senate farm bills.
; Supporters predicted Prffdent
Eisenhower may sign the com compromise
promise compromise measure even though he
opposes many of its features. JTiey
based this on his news conference
remark that he would not insist
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PARIS Anril ft HIP) Ren. Al

fred M. .Gruenther yarned today'

dm WATu forces cannot guaran guarantee
tee guarantee the present West European de defense
fense defense line unti! West Germany fills
im it 15 stplptnn divisions

However, the supreme allied!

commander in Europe denied a
German press report that he ever
Said NATO troops would fall back
to the south and vest of France
and leave Germany wide open if
war came.
3 "It remains understood." Gruen Gruenther
ther Gruenther said, "that if an attack were
Unleashed, our forces would do all
that was militarily possible to hold
their positions."
. $e aaid: "We have always
stressed that in order to defend
the European territory of. NATO
successfully, the German military
contribution was indispensable."
; West Germany, which joined
NATO last year, is to raise a
500.000-man army and provide
NATO -'force with 12 army divi divines.
nes. divines. At nresent. the army still

18 'in the earliest stages of deve!- .:,
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IT IS OUITB TOJ6
THAT THE ILL-NATURE?
ARABIAN CAMEL
60ES AK0UNP WITH A
CHIP ON ITS HUM?.

BUT THERE IS A
TEMPER SIPS. The
MOTHER tfAMEl. '.
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yOUMASTEt? AKII7
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its for
'MONTH6.

criticized Gruenther yesterday o o-vcr
vcr o-vcr remarks attributed to him by
be German newspaper, N e u e
Ruhr Zeitung of Ehsen. It quot quoted
ed quoted Gruenther as saying his pres-
ent forces could not defend West
Germany.
1 .NATO officials said Gruenther
was misquoted and pointed out
that newsmen of other German
newspapers present when Gruen Gruenther
ther Gruenther spoke of defense capabilities
did not carry such a report.
17lh Century Cross
Belonging To Queen

Turns Up In Lisbon
LISBON, Portugal, April (UP)
i-A silver Crucifix which belonged
to a 17th century English queen
las been found in the former roy royal
al royal palace at Lisbon by the curat curator
or curator of the Coach Museum, it was
innounced yesterday.
Curator Augusto Cardoso Pinto
Identified the cross as that made
:" w ITnfrlicti cilvorcmitlld for.Cath-

innt of Braganza at the time of
M a 1 ft in

lief marriage ro wanes u
J Imbedded In the cross is a frag fragment
ment fragment of the crosier carried by
Bishop Thomas A'Becket who was
.murdered in i Canterbury Catbe-

':B1C SALE

Stop at MORRISON'S!

contract by oenuit ana continuing
diamonds. But West opened a clutt,
and tins umoriunate cuoice ot ue ue-clarer
clarer ue-clarer oft to a good start.
- doub Steen. wayins uie East

hand, .messed the jack of clubs
at tne first trick, huping mat bis
nortnpr had Ipd frnin iC-10-fi Or

irom K-9-0. South won with the

.king of clubs, drew three rounds
of uumps, and then went back to
the clubs.
Steen, one of the leading players
of the West Coast, refused the
second club but had to take tne
thied. He then had to find the
right return.
The bidding made it clear that
West had ai least five hearts.
Hence South had at most a single

ton, almost surely the smgieion

king. (West would nave lea uie
Vina nf nparts tram ace-kinff Or

from king-queen.) Steen could see

that a nem return would oe laiai,
so he returned a diamond.
W.ct innlr the jff nf diamonds

and led tne queen of diamonds to
drive out dummy's king. Now South
couldn't get back to his hand to

discard losers on nis gooa ciuds
(He could get back witn a trump

hut then tne discards would uo

him .in un(u I

IWIaror Iwt a hirrt. hobina for

a miracle but west took the. ace

of twuts and cashed a diamond

tnvu in rinfnat thv contract.

If CtAon hsri lun a hpurt instead

of a diimond, West would taki the

ace of hearts aart shut to aia-
mnlu'l JVnW. hnWlkVht. South CO'jld

' get to his hand by ruffing a heart,

snii nn n.i! in rnrn insram a 'iia-

' monti ami a heau frum dummy on

i his good clubs ru& making the
I doubled contract.'

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You'll spend little nd wilt
bring home GREAT JOY
n the kids.
Games, Puizles, Trains,
Beats. Horns. Rubber
Animals nd many,
,., many more,
Come' now, come quick!
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secretary to the city's director of
administration, received a pay in

crease before sne was omciauy

hired. Board of finance memDers
onuiHn'f finri anv aalarv-bracket

under civil service rules which
paid $3,000, the amount for -which
Mrs. Ford was engaged. The board
confirmed her appointment at the
'salary closest to that amount
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FRIDAY, APRIL t, 195

IKS fA-NAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAIIY K1W SPATES
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buttons

ftlay : Tiy TV ; Again-.lf

- By DICK KLEINER
NEA "Staff Correspondent
. NEW YOEK (NEA) This is
directed to the thousands (maybe
millions) vwho've. been worrying

about Bed Buttons. Red is fine.

happy, healthy, contented and be
.has no very serious regrets.
Actually, -he's worked only four
and one-half weeks in the last 10
months. But put down that crying
towel for-those, four and one-half

weeks of work, he earned $67,500.
This wa night-club stuff Las
Vegas and Miami Beach and the

pay scale tnere is almost as gooa
as for quia' show contestants.
Red Buttons-or as John, the
captain ? in Sardi's, calls him,
'Monsieur Button Rouge" had a
urettr roueh year last year. His

TV show collapsed under him andi

he got a lot ot duty tugs, trom
tome columnists. But Red's a guy
with a mind that operates, and he
convinced himself it was all for
the best and got himself around to
an optimistic outlook, -:
Now, without the weight of that
weekly rat-race on Us bead, he's
the picture of health. No bags
under hit eyes. No nicer, No har harried
ried harried look. No nothing but a peace peaceful
ful peaceful mein.pfl a comedian, that's a
shock. 4

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fat Carroll : Bed Buttons

But despite all the pain of last
season's debacle he'd do it again
if. And there are some big ifs.
f "I've been reading formats,"- be
ays. "Maybe 50 of them. But I'm
not looking for a man. He has to

be a giant. He's got to be able to

produce ana direct and write and

giant Mighty few giants around,
loose these days."

Red would have to have a hand hand-nicked
nicked hand-nicked team of workers around

him "down to the last scrhrt cirl"

people with drive and fire and,

loyalty. He'd have to have every

thing just so, scripts written weeks

in advance, others planned longer
ahead, all -details and all
personnel to his taste.

He leaned bis lesson last year.

Now' he's ready for post-graduate

work it.

The real resoa behind Nannette

Fabray's quitting Sid Caesar's
show is that old debbil. money.

She wanted more than the $3,700

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DON (MR. WIZARD) HERBERT shows Pamela Fitimanrlce
principle of center of gravity with cork, forks, needle and pencil.

know : everything. Thai takes ai per week she's supposed to be

getting. He couidnt see a raise on

ton of that. They both have great

respect for each other. The parting
is amicable, no hard ratings.
Sid already has two possible
replacements under contract

Shirl Conway and Pat Carroll

but be may come up with, a
surprise candidate.

In an old 16ft in Manhattan's
manufacturing district, there's a
handsome set of offices and a big.

barnlike workshop. The workshop

is. fringed with shelves containing
such items as balloons, electric

irons, jars of mustard. X
This is Mr. Wisard's workshop,

Mr. Wizard, alias Don Herbert,

Braniff Announces Hew Excursion
Fares To SoufSi America

Beer In Australia

Vi2Yed With Prids

SYDNEY (UP) Australian
beer is a matter of civic pride and

national patriotism. It's not only
bragged about by Australians afi

over the, world, but It's consumed

at home in gargantuan quantities.
The brewing industry is only this

year reaching the stage where it
year reaching the stage where it is

catching up with demand. And the

demand last vear wax th third

greatest in the world, amounting

to about 24 gallons per person

Only Belgium and Luxembourg top

' the Australians as. ner p's

and there-is the poss.um..y; tiiut
with extended drinkimr hours and

Increased; production. Australians

will emerge as the world's cham-
. ... ... ....

pion oeer arumers oeiore us na

oitnuyear,.

' Selbv Burt of Tooh's Brewery.

Australia's largest, said soma 206, 206,-600,000
600,000 206,-600,000 gallons of the foamy amber
. beverage were produced and con consumedhere
sumedhere consumedhere last year. And those
are imperial gallons, four of which

equal five U.S. gallons. American

beer consumption fast year

amounted to' only 14 imperial gal

lons per person, Burt said.
And all this is accomplished de despite
spite despite rigidly controlled drinking in

public. Bars -in some Australian

- states close at 6 p.m. In Sydney
and New South Wales they have
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receuuy oeeo. auuweu w? niouu
open until 10 p.m., but must close

from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. in noteis
only guests and travelers may be
served on Sundays. '.
vacks A Kick .-
And none of it is sold in cans.
"Australians Just don't like to
drink out of a can," Burt ex explained.
plained. explained.

But they do like to drink out of

a glass, and the bars called pubs

resemble a bargain sale on ny

lons in late afternoon when. the

homeward-bound Australian stops
in at his favorite pub for a "a mid-

die or two." v

As thousands of Americans
learned during World War 11,

Australian beer packs a wallop.

The 3.2 per cent by weight pro

duced in America is considered
slops by the Australian, whose
beer averages better than four per

cent alcohol by weight.

A 10-ounce middle costs about
12 cents and a 20-ounce schooner
about 20' cents except in the more

'fashionable restaurants where a

Mt or two may be tacked on for

prestige, or out in the hinterland
where the bottle and barrels have

; to be trucked m a lew nunarea
miles. Regardless of where you
find yourself in Australia, and it's
a country the size of the United

States, you a always tmd Deer, ana
you'll: always find it cooled, for,
unlike the British, the Australians

fh. hU. .h.ll.ll V

wufc uwu- wwi uuun.

i Beer -drinking here has become
such an Institution than an at at-.temnt
.temnt at-.temnt Was made-to restrict the
beer drinking at the mining town
of Broken Hill, one of the world's
largest producers of lead and zinc.
Production stopped and the miners
refused to go underground again

until assured that their govern

ment, would make no further at attempt
tempt attempt to curtail their beer drink drinking.
ing. drinking. ; .;

To bring more U.S. vacation

travelers to Panama this year.

Branin international Airways

has announced excursion lares
to South America which are the
lowest rates ever offered by the

airline over its v international

routes."

To encourage tourist travel to

its South American cities, the

airline filed Thursday. March 22.

with the Civil Aeronautics Board

for excursion rates from the VS.

to South America which would

become effective April 23 and
extend until December 31.

.The rates will apply to trips

completed within 30 days by par

ties ol two or more persons trav

eling together and will be effec

tive on both Branlff's tourist

and first class service to Latin

America. Passengers may stop

over at any of the cities en route

to or returning from the desti destination
nation destination city. -; v -In
announcing the n e w lewjr

rates, Rex Brack, vice president
of traffic and sales for Branltf,
said: For the first time In the

history of air transportation be between,
tween, between, the U.S. and South Amer

ica, air rates will be lower for a

vacation to Panama city than
for a comparable trip to most

European cities. We know that

many US. vacationers want to

visit the South American coun

tries, and with air prices down

to an all-time low, we feel that

tne next six months may bring

as mucn as a 20 increase in

the amount of holiday travel

from the IIS. to Panama," the
airline official said. -'-.
New vacation tour to Pana

ma City designed around the low
rates .are being featured by
manyi travel agencies over the
United States, cost ofeach tour
' ludes 1U air and ground

uiansportatlon, '-accommodations
at first-class hotels, and Sight

seeing tnps. ; v, (Mercunoj

nas -the prize-winning science

show for kids of 8-12 over NBC-TV.

And, in this loft building, he and

his assistants work out the experi experiments
ments experiments which Mr. Wizard -and his
young" assistants perform on the

program each week.

They were working on a show
about acids. The experiments are

designed to be easily duplicated
by children at home, hence the
objects en the shelves which are

items most homes- contain. For

acids, for instance, things like

rhubarb and mustard are used.

"You can build a working elec electric
tric electric battery out of a jar of
mustard," Mr. Wizard said.

"Mustard Is full of troatf acid."

Herbert is a EaCrosse, Wis., boy,
trained as a science teacher and
actor who combined the two when
television came along. One of the

features on the show are the
average ihildreni who serve as his
on-the-air assistants. The show is
rehearsed only briefly, so the kids
sometimes ad lib some beauties.
On one program, dealing with
chlorophyll, the staff had produced
a flowering plum tree as a back backdrop..
drop.. backdrop.. This tree has red leaves, but
on the black and white' screen,
they looked green as anything.
Throughout ; the program. Mr.

Wizard kept gesturing to the tree

and talKine about tne green leaves.

With a minute or so to go, the

child on that day said, "But, Mr.

.Wizard, the leaves are red." Her Herbert
bert Herbert had to do soma fancy

explaining fast

Now that "Mr. Wizard" Is a

happy success and has been for
five years, Don Herbert is thinking
about broadening his scope. He has

an idea that a science show for

adults could be successful: -lie

fieurer on something about half

way between Mr. Wizard and the

late Johns Hopkins science Review,

Buck Prince, an executive on
NBC-Radio's Monitor, went to a
party for the Duke and Duchess of
Windsor. As cocktail parties do,

this one swirled around and, at one
point, Prince found himself face to
face with the Duke, whbm he'd
never met Boldly, he stuck, out

his band.

"I'm Prince of Monitor," he
said. 1
The Duke smiled. "I'm Duke of
Windsor," he answered.

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.The going was a breeze for Vernon Banks left and F..W. Kahler
as they slipped through traffic after a recent snowstorm. They're
officials at the city's sports show. Iceboat is one of the exhibits.

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bus anver James Hayes of East
Haven noticed an unidentified mo motorist
torist motorist waving frantically to him
from his car. 'Haves stomed the

bus and stepped outside. As he did
so, the unoccupied bus burst into

names. Xhe motonst told Hayes
he had seen smoke coming from
the bus and had chased it 'several

with

top

front

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power

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Touch center of left control the set
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stations in a split second! Touch' left
control again the set is off 1 It's all
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And remember.
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sion Television manufacturer. .1. there must be a
very good reason why.

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PROFESSIONAL
. CANAL tONS POLICLINIC -V
DENTAL-MEDICAL
DR. C. I. FABREGA, P.O.S.
,: OR. AVILA JR.. M.D.
TltaU (4th a July) Ave., He. MAM
(epseei'e Aaron Srl riajsreund)
fat t-Mll faema a
RETIREMENT, LIFE ?
EDUCATION INSURANCE
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JIM RIDGE
rhons Panama t-0551
TRANSPORT!) BAXTER. SA,
Packem Shipper Movers
Fhonoe 2-2451 2-2562.
Laarii Riding at
PANAMA RIPING SCHOOL -ftialinaj
fr Jumping cleaes daRt
j, I to 5 p.m. Phone 3-0279
. or by oppointmont.
Wti wiU'relieve eui"
FOOT-TEOUBLE v
earns, calleiissea, nailf
CHIROPODIST
(Dr. Scballi trained)
ORTEPEDIA TMCIONAI
H Juste Arascncaa r- Pa. t-WI

Pol

io Cases Down 23 Per Cent;

iDixie Denied Vaccine Priority

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WASHINGTON, April 6 (UP)-!
IJoliiti cases in the United! States,
Jell off about 23 per cent in the
plio "disease year"at.sa.iuit
etidfl. the "V.'-S. "rtli Health
.fleas' If" .1 t!if W
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iectrj'a pica to- give-Hie South

pfionty on Salk vaccuifi-aiup-Bjents.
The request was made on
grounds polio normally strikes ear earlier
lier earlier in the South. ;
Infainpaad wwm cUl thp
rnmnt 1ia decided to convene
jfhe national Polio Advisory Com Committee
mittee Committee in the next couple of,
cVeeks fo review vaccine distri-"
jn0m m mSe ftMt
; tpalip
fSen. Xieorge A. S m i t h r (D-
3a.) rote he ihealth aervice pro prosing
sing prosing that Floxida's share f Salk
vaccine be i jb c t a d now on
trounda polio WU there earlier,
aid that other- states are not us using
ing using their lull allotments. a t
jlha service replied that while
the polio season atarts earlier
ttiere, the South fcaa ""somewhat
than the national av-

eae and western, BorthentralJ
mlounUin and Pciu' states have1
"suffered more severely."
The agency also aaid that p
demici might break out t any
Um alsmot anywhere, Eat
t therefore is at risk an
needs its full share of vaccine
i.. lrp a nortien
it nnnulation as possible,. I
f
' .The Public Haalth $ar vie t
paid there were abeut
Lek fer the "-month FrXl
ending April 2. Thla was a a)wp
f nearly 9,000 earn, .r abput
per (ant, fram the M.2H ea.
t Vepwied in the pravaaws 12
ITiajrfhs.
I READ THIS
lr yea Interested I a
iiful lot in Panama's most
beautiful and closest beach
development, FLAY A COBO COBO-NADO?
NADO? COBO-NADO? tots from 15c. a
a-qgare meter (9 Mon"
h Is M object. Make yeur own
terms, AU lots are cleared. Call
;isenmann, Panama Z-5s or
le Csatuia at terenaao
Beach.
Large Assortment
of MOULDING
Ve MAW
rf?LK FKIMtS,
for pictures,
' diplomas, etc.
. V CLASS v
.. and MIRRORS
Mueblcm
"EL DIARLp,v
16-26 Central Ave.
Tel. Jt-2404

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FOR SALE
Household

FOR SALE r Complete Mt Min Min-taa
taa Min-taa ckiM and crystal. House
5360 Diable. Phone 2-218.
FOR SALE:- Marfan furniture,
cheap. Juste AreMmaa Ava.
Na. fT, Apt. 4, from 4 p.m. an.
FOR SALE. 1954 Cratlay re refrigerator
frigerator refrigerator $225. S stove $100;
2 beds, 2 chests Quartermaster.
All $125. 50th Street, Apt. 21
House 23.
FOR SALE: 1 gas atove, 1 din dining
ing dining tabla 4 chain, 1 licarara, I
3-piac living room tat srith cof coffee
fee coffee tibia. Call Panama 3.4386.
FOR SALE: sofa fr 4 chain,
' I -strand bambeo. Cheap. Pbone
2-3012. Diablo.
FOR SALE: 6.E. refrigerator, I
cu. ft. 60-cycle, excellent can
ejitien; Singer tawing machine
with merer, brand "aw. Rie Aba Aba-io.
io. Aba-io. 1 7th Street Np. I. Apt. 3.
Position Offered
WANTED : Competent teletype
r radin mechanic. Phone 2-0670
for interview.
WANTED
Miscellaneous
FOUR LITTLE CHILDREN want
an automatic washer to their
mother can spend mere time
with them. 25-tcyde machine,,,
new ar nearly new. Can you
help iisJind one? Phone Balboa
2872.
x The agency user ;the April-April
period as its "disease year" in
calculating polio figure?, since the
disease .usually begins it annual
rise about Andl' l 'fl: i
1 Dr.- JC. C, DaiiPf i foa1trbarvlMi'
is;dclsit;tpld JJia'Xrnited i'ress
i proD.ajsiy not less than three-'
fourths'"! of the' 1855-5S polio de decline
cline decline could be attributed to a "na "natural"
tural" "natural" drop. "Most of the remain remainder."
der." remainder." probably was due to immu immunization
nization immunization wltS Salk 'vaccine.
Crusade For
(Conttnued froa Pare 1)
rsement art being circulated 1 to
Canal employes by Brockman with
a memorandum explaining hew
contributions may be made this
year.. ,v ... :
"In order to minimize "the ad administrative,
ministrative, administrative, details of the collec collection
tion collection of contributions for this Crus Crusade,"
ade," Crusade," the area -chairman said,
"there is, available a self -addressed
envelope in which employes
may piece tneir eontriDuuons and
send them directly to the Manag Manager
er Manager of the Chase Manhattan Bank,
Balboa Branch. This envelope does
not need a stamp and may be de deposited
posited deposited in any Canal Zone post of office
fice office for delivery." r
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IN MlMORIAMTbia bead of
the late James Dean, whose
promising acting career was cut 1
short by an auto accident last,
year, has just been completed.
Fashioned by Hollywood sculp sculptor
tor sculptor Kenneth Kendall, the life
mask wp be Placed in Prince Princeton
ton Princeton University's Lawrence Hut Hut-ton
ton Hut-ton Hall of Fame. A bronze
replica of It will be given to
the Fairmount, Ind., high school
Dean attended, and a stone
replica will "be given hif father.
The custom of kissing e wom-
on's hond Is jrobobly based on
the theory that you've got to start
somewhere, :

1 I T T LB" jf S 1

FOR SALE
Automobile

FOR SALE: 1955 Chrysler.
Windsor, .9000 miles, S2800.
Phone Navy 367$.
FOR ALE. Ute snedel Ford
Vrl Country Satire Station Wa Wa-tee.,
tee., Wa-tee., excellent condition. 5731
Sibert Street. Diablo Hts. ?
OR SALE-19S4 Chevrolet 4.
doer sedaa im very goad canrfi.
tien, m a r e e finish, 1 6,000
miles. Priced at 1500 dollars.
Call (3-2107
FOR SALE: 1954 Ford Cue Cue-temline
temline Cue-temline 4-daor sedan, vinyl plas.
tie seat ceven, wsw, radio,'
14,000 miles.' Car looks like
mr. $1400. 2317-A, Us Cry Cry-ces.
ces. Cry-ces. lalbee 2896.
FOR SALE: J954 Ford V-l
Country Sedan, 11,000 miles,
mow car condition throughout,
$1550. House 1574, Margarita,
C.Z. Phone 8-2175. A
FOR SALE:' 1954 Ford Main,
line, OHV. V-8, in excellent
condition. Must sell immediate immediately.
ly. immediately. Cell 6-7J9, C.Z.
' r "v"
FOR SALE 1952 Pontiac
Cyl. 4-daer sedaa, hydramatic, l
two-tone, radio and sun visor,
A-1 condition. Phone 3-2317,
Margarita. -v
FOR SALE. )9$1 Baick Read Read-master
master Read-master 4-deor. Extra chrome
trim, all accessories. Very, geod
condition throughout. See to ep
preciate. Bargain at $900. 5774 5774-B,
B, 5774-B, Diable; 2-2608.
CARIBBEAN A&AF
EXCHANGE SERVICE
(P
)
anama
OFFERS USED TRUCKS
FOR SALE
Sealed bids for public open,
ing, will be received in the of office
fice office of thB Central exchange
Of fleet, Ft. Clayton, C.Z, for
the fpltowtog items: ,.
6 panel trucks: I pick-ups; t
l't ton flat-bed trucks, and
one ton trailer. AH are used,
and will be sold on an 'as-is,
wbere-is' basis.
Vehicles may be Inspected at
the Ft, Clayton Exchange
Garage, Bldg. Nr. 152, near
the Clayton Fire Dept., dur during
ing during normal' working hours.
Invitations and proposal
blanks may be obtained from
the Central Exchange Office,
Bldg. Mr. 154, Ft. Clayton, or
from the Ft. Clay tan Ex Exchange
change Exchange Garage Manager.
Sealed Bids will be publicly
opened at 1:00 a.m., Thurs Thursday.
day. Thursday. 2 April 1956.
This is an offering of the Ca Caribbean
ribbean Caribbean A&AF Exchange Scry,
ice, and not of the U.S. Gov Government.
ernment. Government.
JUST IMAGINE;,
HARTFORD. Conn. fUPi
Trinity College Physics Professor
r. woodbridge Constant gave this
illustration to his class to -point
out the smallness of an atom. "If
each of the atoms in a glass of
water were enlarged to the size
ofa grain of sand, they would
cover the earth to a tooth of 300
feet."
SIDE GLANCES

i Vjs Oh. us. m. on.' 1 :

J "This seemt to. me waste of time, Mr. Weems how
could I ever compete with all the juke boxes, radio disc
I jockeys and T.V.?"

FOR SALE
Miscellaneous

FOR SALE: Airplane Stinsen
Model 101-2 Station Wagen,
excellent condition. For partita partita-Urs
Urs partita-Urs call Canal Zane 3-2915 ar
write Bo 317, Margarita, -Canal
Zone, v.' .-: ..
FOR SALE, 6 Venetian blinds,
aluminum, 51 Vit0 $30 ar $6
eacli, very good condition; three
pain drapes at $6 ft. Pheae lat lathee
hee lathee 2494. v."'..'
FOR SALE: Beautiful 6-ft. ma-
botany bar with crystal liquor
cabinet, mirrors, upholstered
Chairs, indirect lighting. Original
cost $1200. lest offer will be
accepted.' Telephone 2-4902, I-1024.;-:i'M--.'-".'.-
FOR JALE Potted plants and'
breakfast table with chain. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 3-1024. f
FOR SALE. For office, clinic or
professional Uif, cprnor leather
sofa, sears g parsons; crib with
mattress. Via Espans, ending, be beside
side beside Radio Miremar, white heuse.
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
. OFFERS VARIOUS ITEMS i
t i: x FOR SALE
Sealed bids, for opening in pub
lie, will be received at the of office
fice office of Superintendent of Store
houses, Balboa, for the following
items: ': ;
INVITATION No. 256 Wood Woodworking
working Woodworking .machines, billiard and
pool tables, storage bins, weed
human, drafting machine, spark plug
testing machine, transmit
ten, map case, compressen,
floodlights, addressegraph ma- -chine,
shoe stitching machine,
meter generator set, tractor,
welders, pump, mooring buoy,
tanksi laundry trays, auto trail trail-en,
en, trail-en, clamshell bucket, ke cream
cabinets, ammonia -cylinders,
stacking conveyor, cork firtlngi,
told diffusen. foam engine,
parts for New Heme sowing ma.
chine, fighting plant, scraper,
wood shelving, diesd powered
shovels, copper sink, cabla-tplic-
er trailers, end pneumatic winch,
es. TO BE OPENED 10:10 A.M.,
April 40, 1956. s
INVITATION No, 242 Soil
shoo, and 1 ipe fittings. TO BE
OPENED 10;J0 A.M.. April I,
l956.ii-: vt. tt;4 vf
INVITATION Ne 243 Parts
for ooiier, ffae maker, Nat
Iron, griddle, grill, hot plate, fry
kettle, percolator, electric oven
and range., roaster, steriliser,
still, toaster and waffle baker;
oven vent baffle, appliance cords,
hotplate frames, electric water
hasten and parts, deep fat fryer
tubes, beater plugs, switches and
arts and space heating ale
meets. TO BE OPENED 2:30
P.M.. April 13, 1956 "'
INVITATION No. 262 Con Conveyer,
veyer, Conveyer, wagon drill, engine and
parts, centerfuge-hydreil purifier
machine, Hueer maintainan,
concrete mixer, tractor and can -tral
mixing plant. TO BE OPEN.
ED 1:30 P.M., April 13. 1956.
Invitations may be obtained from
office of Superintendent ef
Storehouses, lalbaa,- telephone
2-181$.
FOR SALE Kodak Medalist II,
f. 5, 100mm Eater lens, has
had very little Ute, template with
flash end tarrying case. Originel
price over $300. Will accept
best offer ever $150. Call Colon
74 or 73
FOR SALE
Real Estate
FOR SALE Lars In Lat Cum.
bra). No. 265 end 266, 4189
melon. 50c. meter. CaH Cur.
$100.
- ; ByCoibroith

FOR RENT
Apartnienti

ATTENTION C. LI Just built
snedore fumitaed apart ma nri, I,
2 bedrooms, bat, cold wates.
Phone Ponanso 3-4941.
FOR RNT Fe, throe months,
starting April 15, completely
furnished 1 Vi-room apartment,
hot water, linen, etc Phono Z Z-0143
0143 Z-0143 or 3-0679.,
FOR RENT. Modern apartment
at El Cangrejo: 2 bedrooms, etc.,
gange. For more details phone
3-4946 or 3-6737.
FOR RENT: Modem unfur unfurnished
nished unfurnished epertment at EL CAN.
GREJOl 2 bedrooms; 2 bath bath-roms,
roms, bath-roms, dining-liivng room, meid't
: room with bath, garege end hot
water. Phone business hours 2- -0321,
Sundays 2-3525.
FOR RENTs Modern duplex se4
mi-Jialet. newly decetated. Two
bedrooms, two bathrooms. Vane-
tian blinds. Hot water. Cedar Cedar-lined
lined Cedar-lined closets. Phone 1386, Co Co-,
, Co-, Ion. '-.
FOR RENT. Nice, clean, small
apartment. Inquire 12th Street
No. t, San Francisco, Via Perras.
FOR RENT:. Unfurnished one-v
bedroom apartment,, very mod
.em. Hot wafer, ell screened,
near Hotel El Panama. Ideal for
- a bachelor or e couple. Call 3-
3421 ,'v; ,v,..
FOR RENT.-rl-bedroom unfur unfurnished
nished unfurnished apartment on 51st Street t
30, Bella Vista. Call 3-2097.
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom second
Story apartmeM.. Includes living
room, dining room, kitchen and
bath. tS Via Baliiario Porrps.
FOR RtNT Furnished apart,
ment, two bedrooms. Bella Vista.
Apply No. 6 41st Street, Cermet
- Sopfloor. .:
FOR RENT. Apartments (fur,
nished and unfurnished ) in front
Hotel Panama, "Gloriole Build
ing." Lrving.dinette. bedroom,
etc. Quiet, decent neighborhood.,
Refer to Fefo Halcon, same vi vicinity.
cinity. vicinity. Phpne 1-6082, 1-1179
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, bedroom, living room,
kitchen, 16th Street No, 2-A,
Sen Francisco, dose to SA$ Com Com-missery,
missery, Com-missery, $80, gas included. Tel.
ephone 3-2930 or 3-2628.
FOR RENT Army-impocted,
furnished I -bedroom apartment,
kitchenette, refrigerator, hot
water. No. 17-18 Fourth of July
Ave. Phone 2-5133.
'sF0R RENT: In the best retl-
dential sector ef the city: 2-bed-room
apartments, meid't room
with bath, garage, etc.. $110.
Victoria Bldg., Eusobie A. Me Me-roles
roles Me-roles Avenue, El Cangrejo. Tele,
phone 2-2718.
FOR RENT. Modern epertment
i ene bedroom, $60.. House No.
41-56 Mexico Ave., Britannia
Bldg. Phone 2-2718.
FOR RENTi Furnished opart,
mdnt one bedroom with bath,
Ijgkt, gas, telephone, $50. House
No. 172 Sabanas, rear of the
Put Station; Phone 2-2718.
.HELPING IKE -William H.
Jackson of Pnncetort, N. 4.; has
.been named a special assistant
to the President. He will assist j
in execution of foreign policy. J
ft
IN
AIR CONTROLLER-Edward
P. Curtis of Rochester' N. Yn is
the President's new special as assistant
sistant assistant in charge of bringing
the nation's air traffic controls
in line with the jet tra's.needs.

v

Help Wanted

WANTED: Experienced cook
end laundress to do housework.
English speaking Both heve to
live in. Apply Old Balboa Dis-'
pensary Building. I
WANTED: Young girl as nurse-
maid to help take care of little
girl. Arboix Building, Front and
5th St., Apt. V
WANTED: GoJ cook. Must
have references. Good salary. Al Alberto
berto Alberto Navarre Street No. 26 (El
Cangrejo). ";. v
WANTED
Houses t I
AMERICAN COUPLE desire
modern new unfurnished 2 or
3-kedroom house in good loca loca-'
' loca-' tion. Call 3-6818.
PERSONALS
Will IRIS PHILLIPS, last em employed
ployed employed by Copt. Hudson, or any anyone
one anyone knowing her present address,'
please communicate with Phene
3-4359. v
FOR SALE
Motorcycles
FOR SALE 1948. Hariey Da Davidson
vidson Davidson motorcycle, perfect con con-ditfen.
ditfen. con-ditfen. Can bo financed, Call 2-2337.

CONGRATULATING Miss. Laura Mangels of Fort Kobbe's Girl Scout Troop If' Is Lt. Col.'
Franklin. B. Simmons, 33d Infantry Regiment executive officer, Laura was the top graduate
in the recent first aid course taught to the girls at Fort Kobbe's Disaster Control center, center,-Looking
Looking center,-Looking on Is Mrs. Mary Branch, chairman of Kobbe's Girl Scouts. '., (U.S. Army Photo

Marjorie Hodgson
Will Speak Sunday
To Unifarian Group,
Mrs rnntnln Marlnrln Hodar
son of the Salvation Army will
be the guest speaser sunaay at
a program sponsored by the Uni Unitarian
tarian Unitarian Society, it was announced
Itoday. ... ....
The meeting; wm be neia a
in-.tn am at the tmltarlan Cen-
tn. nn Inrnn PnnlovflrH hptweeil
Tivoli s- Avenue and Franglpanl
Street. Tne service ana me iei iei-lowshlp
lowshlp iei-lowshlp hour to follow Is open to.
the nubile.
The Hodgsons came to Pana Panama
ma Panama first in 1943. and since then
have served In Trinidad and Ja Jamaica:
maica: Jamaica: they returned to panamn
in lQrt Rnth thi xneaker and

her husband. Capt.. K d fd
Hodpson. sectional officer tot
the British Salvation Army, are,
wp knnwn fni their work ;ln!

Panama and the Canal Zone.

Mrs. Hodees' ta will rejaie,
inm nf their evnerienpe In the

West Indies and on' the local
scene.
Censorship Codes,
Film Quotas Irk
Pioneer Producer
t TOKYO. April fl ,(U?) Amen
lean movie producer Samuel
Goldwyn today nrped the scran scran-plnp
plnp scran-plnp of "outmoded" film cen censorship
sorship censorship codes. 4
The Hollvwood nioneer told an
audience a the Foreign Corre-i
soonaents' ciuh here that tnf
United States also should elim
inate quotas on foreign film Im Imports.'
ports.' Imports.' .'
Both censorship and quotas
constitute barriers to "freedom
of the screen." he said.

On censorship. Goldwyn said t
"We should and must have thei
same right as anf"other medium
to say what we think and .to1
show what Really exists." :

RESORTS

PHILLIPS Oceemido Cottages,
Santa Clara. Bex 435, Belbee,
Phone Panama 3-1377. Crlcte Crlcte-hal
hal Crlcte-hal 3-1673.
Gramjich't Santa Clara Beach
, Cottages, Modern conveniences,
, moderate rates. Phone Gambaa
6-441.
Swim, end relax. at Shrapnel's
beach homes, Santa Clara. Phone
Thompson, Balboa 1772.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES, On mile
" pest Casino. Lew re res. Phone
Balboa 1866). :
MISCELLANEOUS
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
BOX 2031, ANCON, C.Z.
BOX 1211, CRISTOBAL. C.Z.
Bids will be received in the of-
- f ice of the Supply and Employee
Service Director, Balboa Heights
or the General Manager, Com Commissary
missary Commissary Division, Mount Hope,
Canal Zone until 10:00 a.m. o
Tuesday. May 15, 1956, when
they will be opened in public,
, for furnishing Roasted Whole
Bean Coffee to the Commissary
Division, from July 1 5 to Octo October
ber October 15, 1956. Invitation for Bid
Forms, with full particulars, may
( be obtained in the office of the
- Supply and Employee Service Di Di-'
' Di-' rector, Balboa Heights, or of the
Generel Manager, Commissary
Division,
Zone.
Mount Hope, Canal
4
i
, )
j

PINNING the Commendation Ribbon on CWO J. Joseph Genco
of the 8616th DU, Is Col. Robert E. Coffey commanding pf fleer"'
f the 33d Infantry Regiment. Genco was commended for
meritorious service during the period of March 3. 1953 through
k February 1, 1956..
. (U.S. "Army Photo) -.

Don't sit
for "Lady

CLASSIFIED ADS

It's

FOR RENT

IIou
sea
FOR RENT. Residential house.
3 bedrooms, J bathrooms, living J.
room, dining room, kitchen.
maid's room with bath, garage,
faetvwater, spacious garden. Sit-
ated on 7th Street bis, Golf ':
Heights. For information call
telephones $-2975, 2-3174.
FOR RENT, Chalet en Golf
Heights, completely furnished. 2'
bedrooms (one air-conditioned,
maid's euartom. Call 2-1 050,
FOR RENT Concrete house, 2
floors, spacious, ventilated, near
ocean, San Francisco, $80. Tele Tele-phono
phono Tele-phono 3-6319.
FOR RENT; Bargain, brand
new chalet, furnished, $95
monthly. Phone 3-1541. ;
FOR SALE
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE Keel sailboat 24'S
Fiber glass bull. Formerly
"Zombie." Coco Sole 609.
FOR SALE Twenty-foot out outboard
board outboard cabin cruiser with 1 two two-bunks
bunks two-bunks end marine toilet. One
2$-hp. Evihrude outboard, motor s
.with electric starter and battery,
also, a smell emergency motor.
One trailer. Boat is equipped
with remote controls and is in
excellent condition. For Infor Information
mation Information and price call 82-3230,
8-4; end 82-3270 after 4.
7-
U f.
and wait
Luck"

uo and meet ner
I k PANAMA umiaw

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-must" for

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FRIDAY. APRIL 6, 1338

wMTi

Diamond Diggings
y : .-, By.Virtor Gray

(Fifteenth of a series of closeups played an important role in the

aV UlVUlU tss W" 7-
and evaluations of Major, League

Clubs In Uie-lS6 rennam. nayei
NEW YORK YANKEES (A.L.)
While rival managers-stareNdth
envy at the pulchritude of last
year's' champs, manager Casey
Stengel nonchalantly goes about his
business in not only preparing a
great team for this year, but malt malting
ing malting sure that said outfit maintains
its greatness over a period of years.
-The defeel of the Yankees jn
the World Series of W5 brought
out he fact thet the Bronx
Bombers needed some retouch,
ing, end right after the classic,
the wheels of the crest Yankee
raaniiation were set tn motion

to acquire the necessary replace-.
ments. -.v
"nr.,.l.;ninn ainiiiasr'efl bv turning

. "MirV'' ilcDerm-,

ott to the Bombers, therebygiH

ing the. Jsew Jorkers one w
most formidable pitching staffs ev

er to be seen in we jumw vu .,
Jn the last decade.
Rated tops in either league, the
cagey Stengel can. look forward to

opening oay sum o-.v..
tm ''Whitpv" Ford. Tommy Byrne

i t .nH pin rnlpman as

southpaws; andBullet" Boh Tur Tur-!ey,
!ey, Tur-!ey, Don Larsen and Boh Grim as
righthanders. Added to these are

(rookie Jim wwes, .ar
her from second place Birmmg Birmmg-1.
1. Birmmg-1. f it., but hpri Association.

1 1 H III 111 1,1113 MV"'

last-. year,, sophomores, jonnwe
Ha Tnm Shird vant. along

with veterans .Tom Morgan, Jerry

On day when ford, Byrne,
McDermott- or Larson Js' work,
ing, opROiipg moMndsmen get me
rs .s a'the bove
named four hurlor swings a

mean Diuogoon nu i
seeks about' goMlng hls cuota of
.base hit s,any other regoUr In
noiwiirtni Yanks be sad'

... is, tha i.iaif nf nlarinc rnirse-

maid to. bonus babies Irank, Lcja
and Tom Carroll. .'These- two; hav

ing completed et jwo-year pru-

Vinkit' triumnh.

The New Teraers nive
come up with a piir of brilliant
rookie outfielders; Lou Skiiss
who had a great year with Denv Denv-er
er Denv-er last year, and left handed hit hit-ting
ting hit-ting Norm Siebern, Army re returnee.
turnee. returnee. 'Joe Collins, aside from
being a good defensive first base baseman,
man, baseman, does an acreditable w in
the gardens.
D.kij nlut ic tno nnlv four-

PCU11IU UIV "w --if
tint. a,innr nf thn MVP award.

vntii nam Rprra is rated the best

AVfc 7- 7

back-stop in tne Amencmn su;

Um i a rincn 10 caica uvei uu

.w! hsrrinff tarlrius I 1 U T T,

KfllltO, wMia ,"

.rrf will take over. Charlie Silve-i

ra, also another gooJ nacicsiop, is
the third string catcher. This de-

nnrimant like all others on tne

!""?" : T. : 1-r.Wo

i7.i-i ninn inrtPars viiaiici a uiv

jailhCB l-mw, t't"--- -------

The dope on inc xani.5 is

Pitching: Great with plenty of
depth. Catching: Excellent. Infield:,
Dependable, with capable reserves..
Outfield: Powerful on the offense,
sure on defense. Possible Finish;,

FIRST,

Dill RussellICC: Jones
Head Olympic Cage Team

Two All-Americas

from

fjniversity of San Francisco willjny Saxton tn New York...Une

coacn iun cn&er ui iuc uiuvci uiuvci-(tv
(tv uiuvci-(tv nf Wachlnatin sflv ha has

turned down an offer to beco';

defensive line coacn oi we
Green Bay Packers.

lead the United States Olympic

Heading the 12-man squad
chosen yesterday are six-foot-It
Bill Russell and playmakrr
K. C. Jones. Carl Cain of Iowa
is the only other present colle colle-clan
clan colle-clan on the sauad.

The Phlllin miarn nn th

three-day Olympic trials "Tn

Kansas City and placed five men
on the Olympic squad. Those five
are Chuck Darline. Buddv Hal-

dorson. Bob ; Jeangerard, Jim

Waisn and : Bui Houhland.
Roundiner out the Olvmnic team

are Bill Evans, Gib Ford and

Ron Tomsic of the Armed Forces
and Dick Boushkst of the Seattle

The' Phillips O.'lers entered

ine tiiympir truM with a II II-man
man II-man team. Five will play in fie
Olympics, and a Phillips offi official
cial official says the other nine will
to the Olympics as guests of
the company.

tlOLLYlfJ

I

HLJ

MOVIES .'TV .tAOO
by Ertkiitt Johnson

Fastlich
League

STANDING

Palomas
Pumas

Ocelots
I Conejos

Macawas

Won Lost

a aao

- tr4 a

Swimming

Hoping to retain Its first place
: I- iu ninami Area

Armed Forces Swim meet for tne
second ylar M a row Jhe Post w
w,t vnhtu. t nresentlV Drepar-

ine for Its 1956 Swimmlne tourr

nament wmcn cuimirenj..o
Saturday, April 28. Tbe tourney
.i,i l.- Anj,,iiti nnitpr the SU-

pervislon of Capt. Elmer J. Oal-

nok, post opecwi oci vn.es, v-
cer. -."
Daily practice sessions nd
preliminaries will take place at
the L'feliner pool with all
i champions and runners-np he
lnr eligible to, represent the
-post In In TAAF meet ia-

provisions have been maae ut

' Tl VV Wluiia nvw
ill Itlt.M. narennnfl -norfnrm-

ahce?sS on the Yankee bench jinff duty on the post to wmpet

re now eligible to be optioned out

to the minors, where, playing eve every
ry every day will assist in bringing their
play up to Yankee standards.
V C the three ftTnVr
carried b,y the Bombers. BUI Skow Skow-ron
ron Skow-ron has shown up as the best this
spring. Barring wjuries he should
clinch the. job. Joe ColUn" and
Eddie Robinson wul be kept for
pinch-hitting chores. Billy .Martin,
after two-year-hitch wUh the
. Army, is back at his old post, sec second
ond second base, with veteran Jerry Cole Coleman
man Coleman ready to take over in case of
anr emergency. ; Andy Carey.
fine a gloveman as can be found
in the majors wiU be at the hot
C Atrshert, the aging RltuMo re re-fuses
fuses re-fuses to be counted out, doing his
level best to held en to the job.
Manager Stengel contends thst
Phil's play Is ne longer up te
Yankee standard, therefore, e.l. e.l.-er
er e.l.-er McDougald, Hunter or rookie
Jerry Lumpe up from Birming Birmingham
ham Birmingham mutt take ever. I So -Doug.
Id hat the Inside track en
the lob, but the question re-
. mains, "Can theam play a a-long,
long, a-long, with the accustomed fire,
...uu r-:i tkara

The powerful outfield of Irv Nor Nor-en
en Nor-en in left. Mickey Mantle in cen-j

ter and Hana uauer n iuv

. i ,) .s

Tha Pulnrras defeated the Pu

ma a vesterdav afternoon at

irnKtiich park 12-5 and elimlnat

Elsewhere in sports: ed tne pumas from winning; the
riurnrra af tVl Datnn DnnnA ....

Louisiana, baseball park sav Ne-1 Thu nftmnnn' nm will de

termine whether the Ocelots or

Conejog continue in tne race ior
t.h. xaonnil hlf.

Barbler of the palomas gave

up but one rut dui waiKea wuc
man Vlnmrn left fielder of the

Pumas mnrie reat catch with

the bases loaded to keep the

score down.

gro players will be barred there
in Evaneeline Leaeue cames...
All-America Darrell Floyd "Of
Furman will join the College All All-Stars
Stars All-Stars for their basketball tour
Airin.t tVia TTortam nlnha.Tml.

ters.-; Former Kentucky All-America
Cliff Hasen has been
named the top llayer in Armed
ForcesV basketball this year,.
Manager Bill Dalv wants tn

match his welterweleht Vince

HOiXYW(kSr); YNRA. Hot.

IvumuvI An TV' Vanalta ITakratf te

desert inx Sid Caesar and Jean Ha-

gen is leaving uanny 1 nomas in
the latest TV domestic bust-ups.
riannv hae tha mntt 4iiklieli nrnh.

lem in '.'Make Jtoom For Daddy,"

wneie dc nu iwo cntuiren.-
Not particularly knotty, though,
mil aartainlv nn raaenn tnr tha

show, being .Junked, iust because

jean wants to go on io Digger,

ana oener rues m movies.
Danny can make room for a
new wife, as has been done before
on the fast changing Ty scene, or

asama m .MiiflAMiap iifnarr ma

latter will happen,, offering now
l I r ; i

pior 'iiiwa. tot wannv ra raiw im
children, and even Introduce them

te an eccational girl friend. PRODUCERS of NBC-TV's;

After all, it's- a risk aU series 'Queen for a Day" have been tak tak-shows,
shows, tak-shows, must .take.i ,' ? ling a lot of telefilm of places in
One feminine star of a series, I Hollywood where its queens are
now off the air, even kept an extra entertained. At a Hollywood res res-script
script res-script around just in case her taurant, the House of Murphy, the
TV hubby walked out on her or head chef said. "Television? Just
demanded more money. The first. a minute, please." He went inside,

scene oi u naa ner reiurmug nome
. i

maila ttia araila aa TV tn-U n.i M

mc. iw a a a w 1HICV ami
trv for another video tenes. nlav.'

ing various characters. :

.The Aneie Dirlclnsnh costaf-rinff

with Jim Arness in "Gun The
Man Down" is a former NBC
TVenus. :'.-.s,-
A Savannah, G'a.,' thestor man manager,
ager, manager, Earle M. Holdon, takes me
to task for calling TV "free en entertainment'
tertainment' entertainment' Argues '", Holdon:

'Dent vou div for sots. Dower.

lervicemon and a little more for

articles sponsored en TV 7 TV free,
no sir. It's a rather costly thing

when you add it all up." Guets

It Is.

WK u. ... a---- "-in
in the tournament which v Uf

consist of both battalions tna

separate unit teams.

- tPtranta Will lTirilinR LI1B 1UU

200 and 400 meter free style, 100
..! kanlr an4 h II t t t I IV

strokes, 200 meter breast atroke

and springDoara caving. -t
Battalions may enter limit
ef four men tn each individual

event ana umn or one mur mur-tnan
tnan mur-tnan tram to each relay event.:
Individuals will be eligible to
compete in not more than
three sfle eyents plus one re re-lay
lay re-lay event.-
n.tnmlna anna start nn this

, nlillliK
year's team Include Pfc. William

Dieteriy ana nanes imumm,
hnth n't Tanlr anmnnnv. 33d In

fantry regiment, who placed sec

ond in me xuu mew jtee
and diving categories respec respectively
tively respectively during the 1955 PAAF
Swim meet.

" LIADING MEN

Hallandale. Fla. .'- (NKA r

Seven of the 10 leading jockey m
the nation have seen action dur during
ing during the current Gulfstream Park
meeting.

TENNIS TITAN

Ff. Culick's Pislol

Otsapi To Teke Part

In AbHI 9 Shsol

, Three, of. fh'e four, memhrrs of

run viuiicas' ujj cnammonshiD

Pistol team will be back for ac-
finn..tliia vaar wlian tha. D.n.m.

i v".v va. mv. mo aiiauta
IAre'a shoot .takes place April fi at

A a i ft-aiu..,
Heading the defending' champs
wit! hA Tl Pnl Tfranlr IT ITa.

reau, team captain and coach of

, eaiuon. jieiurning with
than'lctnl. avnarf wiill ha. f, n a n

(Capt.) Ralph R. Arms and MH

oKi. noucn u. speace.
The trie is leading daily prac practice
tice practice sessions at the Cristobal Pis Pistol
tol Pistol range.. To date, U officers and
enlisted men are competing for a
nittitinn nn th anusri

Practice sessions are held each
afternoon at, the Cristobal range
where Colonel Favreau expects to
trim the sauad to toumev strength.

Championship firing will be held

on the Balboa Gun Club range at

car ran.
Khnnlinff fnr tpam 1ntt lwsiitp

the three veterans, are Capt. Joan

uaDaniuas, capi. Amonio aoia-ur-
tir Sfp Jnsp fYiii-RoHriciieT. !?rt.

Henry Maengen, Sp3 Arnold Per

kins. Pfc Boger uutiete, rvt. Hoy

r urcness ana rvi. nooen viazier.

All are f from Fort'Ouliclt.

' The box score:

Pumas 7
Trower. 3b' ......

Kaimco, If

Webb, c
Reynolds, d ......

rHele, eft; .......

A. Scott; lb ..... r
Schwarzrock, ss
Priest, rf

Cunningham, 2b

a1 !. Im J MT711

ter ana nana uuc diooimuikiuo, iimni

Bull there, boo verv, w F;;vapi- -ari uenuce m no
time play last year bit .343 m stuljnnjg tetm undefeated in two
around, also is Elston Howard, the seasons of Big Ten competition,
club's only-Negro, who last yearjje na won js dual matches.

Ab R H Po A

2 110 1

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

1 1

01 2
2 0

.:
,10

l
4-

Totala

14 A 1 12 ,4

Palomas

Ruiz,' cf
Pederson. ss

i Barbler, p :

Garcia, 3b
Snodgrass, c
Allen. If

I Kline, lb

Feeney, rf
Pajack, 2b

Totals

. .. 4
t

3
2

2
3
3

,

Si J

0 1
0 1
1
P0

40

0
1

25 14 12 1 5

SUMMARY Errors! Pumas

6, Palomas 5. Runs batted In;

Trower 2. Hele 1. Cunnlneham 1.

oarcia z. snopgrass z. luine t.
Two-base hits: Oarcia, Snod

grass. Stolen Jbases: Barbler,
Oarcia; Trower.- Klamco, Reyn Reynolds,
olds, Reynolds, Hele. Left on bases: Pu Pumas
mas Pumas 7, paldmas t. Bases on balls
off: Barbler Reynolds 4. Strike

outs by: Reynoms z. earoier
Balkr Reynolds. Wild pitches:
iReynolds 4. Winning pitcher:

Barbler. Losing pitcner; Reyn Reynolds,
olds, Reynolds, (Ml. Umpires; Mohl-Dlaz.
Scorer: Mead. Time: 1:40.
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from, her costar's funeral follow

log bis sudden oeain.

NO MORE ONE-SHOT guest star

turns for Betty Hutton.. &ne s uia-
int asain with. TRS anrl NRC

about a filmed comedy-drama se

ries. erty M-piaymg a wvetora
doll opposite Dana Andrews in

Bryan rroaucuoui Dprtuts re

union, her first movie in four
years.- '. -t

SiiaaMtMt Inw-hurieet summer

replacement for .Medic; "Interne.?'

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aiaa lifilaaai rialma ha uw a

root adult western n tolovislon j

."It was ever 21 years oia."
t Last February oVlne 20th Cen-
.. c. to Un.ir MaalVinalrl far

ey played the role of a druggist
h lmiKi lnur faith v over i .the

ia.a- nf hia mn in his GE. Theater

show,. Carey playsvthe roleiof a
minister ww almosr- lose?" faith
over the lo of biis on. The oc occupations,
cupations, occupations, I assume, were changed

to proieci ine innocent..

t.h Mi-follo tha : itnll who

plays iSheena, queeh of the jungle

on TV, nas a siocs iine ior vrug-
nlina Rranrlni anrl Kellvs who. kid

har omntino at movietown parties

Iwith lines Uke, "Why you not in

tree?" '..' '.

Me Sheena says insn, "dui

me working;"

"MAWAll CALLS., the ; veteran

radio nroeram. is slated for a tele

film uaraiui J t'arrol Naifih.

whose ."Life With. Liugi, ". never

took off his white uniform and

returned wearing a liKM oiue one.

"This is better color for TV,

right?"

The producers had to admit ho
was right and that. TV sure
has educated the man en the

street.

Cathy Lewis, original sidekick of

Marie Wilson in "My Friend

Irma," must be commg, out of
retirement. She joined tthe Ameri Ameri-mn
mn Ameri-mn Actina Co. Vanessa Brown has

organized in Hollywood -.-. Milton
. I -U 1...

Bene aoOUl nis u-ycsr-nm uv

star nephew, jaarsnaii: ,-were gu-
ln tn have a Rprle who not onlV

can run in the Olympics but

also emcee a,

klecordlWrecker

Without A Kick

CORTLAND,' 'K.YMNZA ) VA

The swimmirig style of' George

Breen, who lowered me worm s

long-course 1500-meier swimming
recorij by 13.1 seconds, makes -perts
wince.
Breen lacks a kick. He develop developed
ed developed a stvle which his Cortland

State Teachers coach, Jim Coun-j
silman, term '.'conUnuous swim

ming." ims means mat me
year-old has a powerful arm
stroke, with no glide in between.
"The secret is that Breen is one
of the best conditioned athletes in
America," says Counsilman.
Breen was, an oarsman as a
school boy. ? ;

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)ME OF THE LADIES ON THE RECEIVING LINE at the Interamerlcan Women tea given
Hotel El Panama Wednesday, ki honor ot the First Lady of Panama,, whol Honorary
Kent of the Club; -From left to right: Mr s. Ahlta V, Remon; Miss ,Ttalma Godwin, Pres President
ident President of Colon's dub; Mrs. Carmeia A. Boyd; Mrs. Frances Sander, Vice Present o the
Sub: the guest of honor Dona Olga A. de Arias, and. Mrs.. Ruth Gomez, President or the
WUramerlcan women's Club. More than 153 members attended the tea which was given In
tie Balboa Salon.' i, -v -' i v :-' v '"' f ''; ; !J-'"'.

SlISS ARMSTRONG IS BRIDE
for MR, FRANK S. SAMSON
. T Mr. and Mrs. WlUiam M. Armstrong of Waverly, Ohio,
knnounce the wedding of J their daughter Jayne, to Mr.
irank S. Samson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rkhard N. Samson
bt Waveriy, Ohio.rf -- nyv
T Wedding vows were exchatore by Miss Armstrong and
Mr. Samson at the Waveriy Methodist Church on Saturday
tfteruoon, March 17, with Rev. Gilbert Relchert performing
' the double rinj ceremony before an altar decorated with
white snapdragons flanked by palms and white tapers.
- The bride; was. given in marriage by her father. She
Wore a gown of embroidered nylon tulle .over satin. The
basque bodice featured a portrait necklnend long sleeves.
Her fingertip veil of imported ilk illusion was caught to a;
lace half hat centered with a pearl drop. She carried a
white orchid ought with stephanotis and tnll to a white
Eastern Star Bible. s
PMiss Carol Taylor of Seville, attended Miss Armstrong.
She wore a pale yellow, floor length toff eta gown. Her
Iteadbandvwas fashioned of petals of matching- tulle and she
tarried sT basket of (iml green daffodils and spring flowers.
t Djiii iii:Hirlun Snrlnvcr nf W&daWorth.

" and Miss Dorothy CruEol Portsmouth. Theie gowns and
(eadbands were of lime green identical to that of the maid
f honor and their batquet bouquets were of yellow daffo daffo-.
. daffo-. dils and spring blossoms. c
; Mr. Don Vulgamore of Waveriy, was best man, and the
ushers were the Messrs. Robert W. Jones of Chllicothe
Richard Johnson of Athens, Carl Kaufman and Charles
Jtrown of Waveriy. !" !-
1 Immediately following the wedding a reception for Z50
' people was held at the Lake White Club. For her wedding
. trip, the new. Mrs. Samson chose a light flannel suit of
charcoal gray with a yellow straw hat and accessories and
an orchid at her shoulder, i .... 1
The bride was. born in Gorgas Hospital and has a wide
circle-of friends in the Canal Zone. She Is the niece of Mr.
Harry Wentsler- of Diablo, Mr. R. D. Armstrong of Marga-
rita,,and Mrs. Ivan D. Hilliard of. the 15th Naval District.
Mrs. Samson attended Kent State University and was af affiliated
filiated affiliated with the Chi Omega Sorority. She Is also a mem member
ber member of the Eastern Star.
Mrs. Samson b a graduate of Waveriy High School- and
Ohio Stet IJnlferslty..;....
Following a two weeks' trip to Florida, the young couple
wUl be at home on George White Blvd., Lake White, Waver Waver-.
. Waver-. ly, Ohio.- ..

To Visit In Casta Rica v
The Ambassador of Costa Rica,
Carlos de la Esperiella, has re returned
turned returned to Costa Rica for a short
visit with his family.
lack In Panama
Mr: and Mrs. Luis Martins have
returned. to ; Panama- after, spend-

KIDDI VILtE "wed piper" v
i eU no. 27.182 ORTHOPEDIC SHOES 3
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terwide
'mm P
ing a few days in their country
home in Boquete. They were ac accompanied
companied accompanied by their son Luis Mar Martins,
tins, Martins, Jr.
Farewell Dinners For
French Ambassador And r
Mme. Lionel Vasse
sirc
Count and Countess Etinenne de
Portalis were hosts at a farewell

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Bo,
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dinner at their home in honor of
the French Ambassador and Mme.
Lionel Vasse who are leaving
shortly for France on vacation.
On Saturday Mr. and' Mrs. Ro-
gello Arosemen will entertain for
the Vasses at their 'fines' Linda
Vista, in Arraijan at 8:00 p.m.
Farewell Dinner
Mr. and Mrs. Italo Zappi gave
a dinner at their home in El Can Can-grejo
grejo Can-grejo for the Baroness Franca de
Rosset uessanorewue or tne for
mer Italian Ambassador to Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, now Ambassador to El Salva
dor.
After a short stay in Panama
as the houseguest of the Italian
Ambassador to Panama and Mrs.
Ricardo Jdoscati, ye Baroness is
0 cool, difierent place ";
to eat: .j, ':.-,
CHICKEN!
gulden fried In -biskef
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vith
French fries
- vegetable
. salad
bread and butter
TOCUMEN
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rejoining her husband in San Sal

vador. ..-
Date Of Wedding Set
Miss Lois Ann Spencer, daugh daughter
ter daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Spen Spencer
cer Spencer of Los Rios will be married
to Mr. Richard Dillman, son of
Mr. and Mrs. M. Dillam of Balboa
on Saturday, April 14 at 5:30tp.m.
at the Balboa Union Church.
Following the ceremony a recep reception
tion reception will be held at the Elks Club
to which all friends of the couple
are invited.
Elks Club To Held
"Sta Nionf
. "Stag Night" will he ehcld (Sat (Saturday
urday (Saturday April 7. at 7:00 p.m. t the
Elks Home on La Boca Road. Bal
boa. This will be one of the ma
jor events piannea lor tne commg
year by the newly elected lodge
officers lor. the JJ.F.o. iks- No.
1414. .'. i--
. Everything that goes to make
up a perfect ''Stag Night" may be
expected by those attending. Elks,
their guests and brother Elks now
visiting tne istnmus are invited w
attend this gala occasion. -Buffet
dinner will be served in
the spacious lounge. A number of
door prizes will be .banded out
during the course of the evening.
Tickets available at the door
are $1.00. ; This Includes every everything.
thing. everything.
San Bias Evening"
At USO-JWB
A "San Bias Evening" will be
held at the USO-JWB Armed Forc Forced
ed Forced Service Center on. Wednesday,
at 8 p.m. Highlighting the pro program
gram program will be a talk by Mrs. Blan Blan-ca
ca Blan-ca Korsi de Ripoll, well known .as
the Director of Spanish Dance at
the National School of Dance in'
Panama.
Mrs. vRipoll will also comment
on a movie in color of the San
Bias Islands which was filmed by
the Ministry of Education in Pa
nama; and which is being loaned
for the occasion by the United
States Information Service in Pa
nama.- .;.vv,
A display of. molas, wooden im
ages, seashells. bows, arrows.
blears and jewelry worn by the
San Bias Indians will be shown.
An invitation is extended to mili
tary personnel, their families and
the public, both of Panama and
the canal zone, to attend.
Mrs. .Edwin McGinnis
To Be Honored By
Canal Zone College Club
Mrs. Edwin M. McGinnis. who
is is leaving the Isthmus in May.
will be the guest of honor of The
Canal Zone College Club at its tea
and business meeting, which will
be held at the USO-JWB Armed
Forces Services Center on Monday
at' 4:00 p.m. A musical program
by two pianists, SP3 Benjamin
Whitten of Fort Clayton and Mrs.
Richard Siegler of Balboa, will be
given. v'
Cum DA.t..i. Vm.lf4AM a -m-mA-
uate of the De Shazo College on
Music in Memphis, Tenn., and the
Peabody Conservatory of Music
in Baltimore, is on leave of ab
sence from .the. Conservatory
where he is ay member of the
teaching stafL? v v.' v.'-Mrs.
Mrs. v.'-Mrs. Richard Siegler Is a grad
uate of the Univertiy ot Chicago
and Roosevelt College, and taught
music before coming to the istn-
mus.1 i ;
Mrs. Harry L. Bach and her
committee will be hostesses for
tne tea. .4;,
Dramatics Class To Present
"The People Versus.-:,. t
Maxlne Lowe"
The Dramatics Class of the Ca
nal Zone Junior College will pre
sent the murder ; trial drama,
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TEEN-AGERS NEED STERN

kui.cs Tg guide THEM
Shepherding children
adolescence was never rfnrlr rtnn
But it is a lot more difficult nnm
that adolescents have become
leen-aeen" with a caDitsl T
ua nave seen maae to teel ttey
are a privileged, group, with the
right to demand everything" and
give .nothing in return.-
une mother of a 17-vear-old fn
ana a i4-yearH)ia daughter writes:
My two teen-agers feel they
should be free to do anything they
like. They do not think I have
any right to tell them when they
should come home or to say any anything
thing anything about their choice of friends
or wnere they go.
"My son goes and come a a Tie
pleases and is rarely home in time
for a meal with the family. -.
"My daughter thinks she is old
enough to date juniors and seniors
and resents my efforts tn hiv
her home at a reasonable hour
wnen she does go- out.
"My husband works niehtu an the
wnoie prooiem ot discipline is on
my shoulders. I am just an un unpaid
paid unpaid housekeeper and I am sup supposed
posed supposed to go around with a smile
on my face, pick up after these
teen-agers, ask no questions about
where they are going or when
they will be home.'i -. 1
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Set Down Seme Strict Regulations
You aren't lust an unnaid home-
keeper. So quit thinking of your yourself
self yourself in such -abject terms.
You are a mother with the re
sponsibility of looking after your
son and daughter. u ; r ;
Who. says you are suooosed to
go around with a smile, on vour
face, picking up after them, being
afraid to ask where they are go going
ing going or when. they will be home?
uayne your teen-agers think that
is your role. If so. it is un to you
to show them that it isn't.'
What you need is to stiffen your
backbone. Say to your kids for
they are still kids, remember
"We' are starting a new deal
around here today. From now on
each of you is expected to keep
your own room clean, took after
your own clothes, be on time to
meals and Til assign your share
01 jods around tne house and yard.
wnen vow leave the house I
must be told where you are going,
If your plans are changed after
you leave home, telephone and let
me know where you are." You can
add the rest as it fits vour situa
tion. v.
1 Your children may resent hav
ing their freedom suddenly cur
tailed. But they'll settle down in
short order once they realise you
mean wnat you. say. ;
"The People Versus Maxlne
Lowe" at the Diablo Heights
Theatre for one performance only
on Wednesday. Curtain tune, as
usual, will be I o.m. -w
Over 30 players, under the di
rection and supervision or suoert
xurDytiO; or the college lacuity,
will present the 1955 melodrama.
Tickets are now on sale under the
general supervision of Miss Betty
Flatau of the college, and will be
on sale- at the box-office window
the night of performance, Wednes
day.. t v. 1
Cristobal Kmbleni Club No, 5J
Holds Monthly Meeting
The Cristobal Emblem Club no.
52 held its regular monthly meet
ing at the Elks Home in Braios
Heights."',.' ,v ,.,v w
After a short business meeting.
initiation was held for the new
candidates. The following ladies
were initiated: Mrs. Ida Mc Dale,
Mrs. Faye Day. Mrs. Evelyn Ko-
persiu. ,, ... t .fy
Chairman tor tne case s a 1 e,
Gertrude Alligaier said the .cake
sale was very successful. The
beautiful doll cake was won by
Mr. Mann, and the ham was won
by Dotha Cougher. v
Projects tor the coming, monms
were discussed.
white Elephant was won by
Mrs. Faye Day, Mrs. Gertrude Al Alligaier,
ligaier, Alligaier, and Mrs. Millie Reccia.
' Dorothy Goguen won tne come-and-Get-IL
but was absent t
Those present were Ida lie
Dade. Evelyn Koperski, Faye Day,
Alberta Roth, Selma Waino,.Jane
Huldauist Jean Van Der Hay den.
Dorothy La Croix, Geraldine Cet
lucci, Gwen De Tore, Gertrude
Alligaier, Fanny Kaplan, 'Alice
Smith. Bulie crump. Mary Living
ston, Midge Larrlson, Dotha
Zippo Manufacturing Co
Bradford, P. .A.

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Each wflc tar tnctedM ta tUt
wliuu ikeaM satwited tai type.
wtiltM fans ud miit4 tm iu at
thm mmx Bambas ttut 4tSlJ ia "So "Social
cial "Social oi Oltacnwlse, at aeUnr
by. Base to lb tillf. HUttm W
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VFW Pest To Hold f
Installation Tonight
The Veterans of Foreien Wars
Post 335 will hold Installation of
Post and the Ladies Auxiliary Of
ficers at the Post home in. Cocoli
tonight at 7 0 clock, j
A buffet dinner., refreshments
and dancing will follow. A snort
movie also will be shown.
AH VFW-members and their
guests, as well as associate mem
bers and guests, are invited to at attend.
tend. attend. .-;
College Club Study Croup
Te Meet v
The Thursday Morninj; Study
uroup ot tne canal zone college
Club will meet at the home of
Mrs. Edward A. Doolan, 205 Cash
ew Place, Balboa Heights. Mrs.
George T. Darnell, Jr. will assist
as co-hostess.'
The Honorable Judge Guthrie F.
Crowe, United States District
Court, will be the guest speaker
for this meeting.
TAYF In 1929 ml S
cent of our personal Income
faded into taxes. But this
year, that chunk had grown to
11.1 per cent There'a been
little change in other major ex
penditures, except services.
That category takes somewhat
smaller percentage of our per personal
sonal personal Income -now Personal
Income is : income from alt
sources. Durables Include per permanent
manent permanent items, such ss furniture
and cars. Data from the Con Conference
ference Conference Board.
WHEN another woman nays
your- husDana a compliment don't
try to puncutre the balloon by
making a kidding remark or say
ing, "I can see you don't know
my husband very well."
Act as pleased as your husband
100KV or as pleased as you would
fel if another man had paid you as
nice a compliment
" )
Cougher. Marium White. Millie
Reccia, Jeanne' Bensen, and Ber-
mce uner.
1 (Continued on Page t
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skin, ese Maxima
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SPRING TONIC In the form of oM-fashlened soft SMissees oeokles
and tinaerbread boys ia last what doctor' ordered for a treat

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.;..'..?S NEA Food- and-Markets- Editor y-'l:'rvi."

Several.' r.fldr Kav Wn1 fnr
an old-fashioned, soft molasses
cookie fecipe,ff:.1:.lVj,'r".x.;,1
Old-Fashlonid Soft Molasses
Cookies (2 doxen) "-.,
Two and nnMmrtr pim
all-DUTDOSe flour: 3 teasnonna aiWIa
1 teaspoon ginger, 1 .teaspoon cin
namon, teaspoon salt- n cup
shortening, V4 cup sugar, 1 egg,
unbeaten, M cup unsulphured mo molasses,
lasses, molasses, Vi cup water.
Sift together flour, soda, ginger,
cinnamon and. salt Cream-shortening
and sugar until light- and
fluffy. Add egg and molasses;, mix
well. ;"(::&: j;,--'
Add dry InerMienta' altrnst1v
with water, beginning and ending
with dry ingredients. Drop by heap-
ing spoonsful on ungreased cookie
wivi. ... ... .. '.
Baka In" a miv1frata ovn
degrees F.) 8 to ID minutes. Store
in closely covered container. .. 1
'" Gingerbread Beys -1
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One-half cup' shortening,' tt cup

BAA-LINE STORY-Countty editor John C Bond of Rockland.
' Mass, is right at homt writing about farm problems. In fact he
has one In his kitcbea. She's Mamie, a Hampshire Iamb whose -mother
could not provide for her. Bond la shown feeding Mamie
with one hand aa he turns out copy for the two weekly news-
papers he publishes.

DARIEN LODGE A. F. &A.M..
ASpeoial Communication will be held for the purpose
..oXconductlng general services, over, the remains of
Bro.v Hdrry William Mitten, Sr.
at Scottish Rite Temple, Balboa, C. ; '. 'V
" Saturday, April 7, 1956 at 1:30- ;
-1' ? '' Funeral services ,al 2:00
' Public Invited ;.
Family requests that flowers be omitted and
. suggests that donations may be made to the
'Shrine Hospitals for crippled children.
PHRA A. ASHBY RAY D. WILSON'..'
' Secretary Master .'

Ttj Pc:r'TR!0 ft 'OEOUE

playing ONLY TONIGHT this weekend at the
XLUB 4:30
. in the alr-condltioned Balboa Bar '. -from
midnight to 4:30 a jn.-'

Meet lour Friends Here Listen
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sugar,' H cup unsulphured molas molasses,
ses, molasses, 1 egg, 214 cups sifted, all. -purpose
flour; teaspoon salt, H, -teaspoon
soda." 1 teasDoon hakinir.
powder,! teaspoon ginger, 1 tea-
spoon coves, teaspoons cinna
mon, n teaspoon nutmeg.. : ; (
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Cream together shnrtpnincr nin..
ar ahd molasses. Add egg; mix.
weu. am togetner uour, salt soda,
baking powder and spices. Add to
molasses mixture-,' mix well. Chill -dough
about 2 hours...
' Roll out 1-SJneh thick nn tlffhtlv

floured board or pastry cloth. Cut

with a S-inch gingerbread-man cub.-
ter. or cut around cardboard- natv

tent n v r

Bake In- a -moderate oven (350
degrees F.) 10 to 12 minutes.
" ,. v Ornamental. Frosting w
Sift together 1 cup confectioners'
sugar -and -. teaspoon, cream of
tartar: ..add .1 ui whif. nd. lAr
teaspoon vanilla.' Beat with a.rtv-
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THE f ANAMJt AAIEKH A3 AX JXDtPLDT DAttI NETTSPATEav
FAGI KIXl

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lata Chapter Of'-. 58 was held and the following
iU' Sigma Phi Sararity members elected: Eay K 1 o n 1 z,
Held Maetint President; Ruth Morris, vice-pres-
vean Judge was hostess to Be-;ident; Nancy Ramiey, recording
ta Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi Soro-J secretary; Norma De Vol, corre-

rity this past week. Nancy Ram- sponding secretary and Doris Lee Lee-sey.
sey. Lee-sey. President presided and read'ser, treasurer. The officers will

an amusing letter from a former be installed at the last meeting in

member ot Beta mapter, jassieaiay.

now

Gardner. Miss Gardner recently
became the bride of JT O'Neal of

Palisades. Colorado, and Chapter
sent her the Traditional, present.
h. U'xMinff Rnnk nf Rta Sigma

j r whui, m
' Phi. .'.-v-:-- ::

An important announcememt
from the founder of the sorority,
Walter W. Ross was read. He
has asked that members register
their daughters' so! thaf they may
grow up in more knowledge ncd

in the assurance that-the organs

Anna MaeButcher was program

chairman for the evening with the
subject "Introductions and Invita Invitations"
tions" Invitations" taken front the new book

"Conduct-Expression-Purpce.'
At the conclusion of the bus!

ness meeting the hostess served
refreshments from an attractively

decorated table. -'-r

The following members were

present: Kathleen Huffman, Kay
Kontz, Nancy Ramsey. G 1 e n n a
Thomas, Joyce Burkart, Dolly

Qon which their mothers helped! Styles, Norma De Vol, Mary Rod-

io tremendously has an abiding

interest in them. -The-International
Vn hava hj-fin announced

too and members may enter the; McGann, Dorothy aausnitzer,

Photography Shorti Story

fnoiograpny j- snorti oiory u
Publicity contests. The Ways and

Means CoramUtee, h e a d e d by
Kathleen Huffman, is planning a
.Bake Sale for April 16 in Marga Margarita.
rita. Margarita. ; ; V

The election or, officers iob

dy, Doris Leeser, Clyde. Parker

and' Bettv Slaughter.

Pledges attending were Alice

01

Jii!!-ai)I;!!:rcccpf
Plitos 01 Accord

ane Cancellier, Anna Mae Butch

er.. Joanne Reccia and Rushees

Boots Mitchell and Kelly Wainio.

Norma De Vol and Dorothy
Clausnitzer will be co-hostesses on

April 11 for the next meeting,
Luncheon Far
Mitt Katharine Finchy

A luncheon will be given at the
El Panama Hotel by members of

the newly founded Soroptimist in international
ternational international of Panama, for Miss

Katherine Finchy, special organiz

er of Soroptimist Clubs m Latin
America,' who is leaving for Mex Mexico
ico Mexico on Sunday. ,..

Mr. Andrew Wright Jr.
Arriving : -, .,
Col. and Mrs. Andrew M. Wright

re expecting the arrival of their
son Andrew Wright Jr., by plane
tomorrow morning, from New

la
in

Augsberg," Germany. He will

spend a few days with his parents
at their home in Panama.

MADRID. April. 6 (UP) The
Sultan of Morocco, and General-
Issimo. Francisco Franco ye ster-
day exchanged solemn pledges of
i mutual trust nd cooperation to
thm fiit.nr ,-' "--. .- 1

'' A formal ceremony occurred lYork.i Mr. Andrew Wnght Jr.,

in' the Pardo Palace last nigh t. stationed 'with the U.S. Army

: and officials opened negotiations!
i between the two countries, alm-
ed at achieving Morocco' econo economic
mic economic and political unity.
Officials,- both ... Spanish and
"Moroccan,1 attended the ceremo ceremo-;
; ceremo-; ny. 'They said that It was per per-f
f per-f ectly ividenfc that the Sultan
and Franco were at easa and
trmely friendly
" The Sultan- had warm thanks
for Spain; which- had been "on
Morocco's side in difficult mo mo-'
' mo-' mentj but the Sultan did not
mince-his words when- h refer referred1
red1 referred1 to !th.: incorporation ? of
Spaitsh 'Morocco ta the larger
French lone.1 ,J I
-He said "the Moroccans' awaft
' anxiously for this historia reun reunion
ion reunion to eliminate the frontiers
and barriers" existing in the in interior
terior interior of their -country, i
Generalissimo Franco; '-who

once -believed tnat Morocco's lull
Independence "should .be arrived
at by easy stages, obviously1 now,
hare the SultanV wish for Immediate-'
-unification ? of two
ronesrhe did point onl, however,
that Spain had always recognta1 recognta1-ed
ed recognta1-ed the "temporary nature" of
her protectorship. v
Observer noted that both
rtatesmen-only spoke of authen authentic
tic authentic -sovereignty1 for Morocco1. -i

Uiiitina Jeackeri pass s4ncient .Secret lfon

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dancers and court ladies in their figurines ideal rainy -dav a muse muse-gorgeous
gorgeous muse-gorgeous costumes to tiny Tom ment for the more erudite mem mem-Thumb,
Thumb, mem-Thumb, who sailed down the bers of the sandpile set.
river in a rice bowl, and Prin-
cess Bamboo, who was born in a, i

tree.
As they tour the country, Mrs.
Nakamura and Mrs. Ozawa will
demonstrate exactly how these
dolls are made. ;
Starting with the face mask,
molded of French georgette, they,
will paint the features, glue or
tew on the doll'r black silk hair.

I dress it in the correct style and

then- fasten it to the cloth- body
on a steel frame. Next the doll
will be clothed in any one of a
number of gorgeous kimonos. i
They will show a Japanese
bride arrayed for her wedding; 1
a very young Geisna girl and a
married woman and Indian and
Burmese dancers made by their
pupils. As a bonus attraction,
Mrs. Nakamura may show bow to
make a Bonkai with mud, r. few
paints and some tiny Japanese

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Visitors
Mr. and Mrs. Jose Riba Jr.,
have been visitmg ior a week with
Mr. Elba's parents Mr. and Mrs..
Jose Riba of Panama The young
couple will remain on .the Isthmus
another, week before returning to
Washington D. C. t
Austri3 To Protest ;
Fllshls Oi Leaflet
Balloons In Europe
i VTTPMMA Anril t 'UP ThS

Austrian government announced
today it will protest to the Unit United
ed United States agains flights of leaf-le-bearing,
balloons over its ter territory.
ritory. territory. r
. The protest followed the burn burning
ing burning of & farm eirl vesterday who

picked up a balloon and carried

It-into her home where it exM

pioaed alter coming on coniaci
with the kitchen stove.
An official (Cabinet communl communl-aue
aue communl-aue said the protest would be

filed with : the U.S. embassy.
Communist nation recently
have lodged similar protest a-

gainst both leaflet ball oons
launched by private western or or-eanuationa
eanuationa or-eanuationa and against official

American meteorological '-, bal balloons.
loons. balloons. j i
In Munich. Free Europe Press.

which launches leaflet balloons

, BY NEA Service
A-JAPANESE eirl who is hon

ing to make a good marriage had

Detter learn how to make dolls. :

If she can also handle the tea

ceremony, flower arranging 1 and

nonxai i miniature garaen' mak making,
ing, making, then her chances of attracting
an eligible and even handsome
husband are multiplied.

But the precise art of doll-

making ranks -with the rest of

the necessary accomplishments.

loia iraanion earns Mrs. &a &a-zuko
zuko &a-zuko 1 Nakamura her livine." A

teacher in doll-making, she is tour touring
ing touring the United States with her
cousin and professional associate,
Mrs, Sato Ozawa, demonstrating
the ancient art.

The two are vice principal and

zawa Japanese Doll School in To Tokyo,'
kyo,' Tokyo,' whicn numbers among its
3,000 pupils U. S. Army, officers'
wives. J .. V :
"Miniature men," as Japanese
dolls are called, were first made

in the era when the onlv medical

attention available was oraver

sessions by Budbist priests. -I

v The priest would make a small
image of the sicktpersonr touch
the affected parts and pray for
his or her recovery. ;
Thus, the dolls today are really
miniature people -each one rep representing
resenting representing some character n a
fairy tale, drama or real life. '.
-The two teachers have with
them 100 1 of these charming
miniatures, dressed exquisitely

aim tun ecu jr iur uieir roies.-. inei

principal 'respectively, of the O' miniatures range from -Kabuki

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get St. Joseph Aspirin For Children.
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Troop No 13, Boy : Scouts of
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island of Taboga on Saturday.,
The" boys-will board the crash
boat at Xh Naval Ktatiniii: Rnd.

man pler at 7. aim, and will leave) toward the iron Curtain coun

Taboa at 3:SQ p.mt x;. ,,, tries, said one of its balloons may i
A fun -day of : activity has .have caused the serious burning
been planhed (or' the troop, ln-'of Theresia Klein; 17, at her;
eluding 'swimming, x hiking and. parents' farm some 20 miles from i
photography. '. the Communist Czech border.

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(New shampoe ia squeeze Bottle eontainer is applied directly

I u Mir.. This can aid a anotner in saaaapeoing a ehlld s hair

withant aetting it ia her eyes. Tbe formula contains both soap

ana asapieas mgrtuenu.

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...in a thin stream This makes K
- possible to aODly ihamooo directlv

.SHAMPOOING a child a sham-; to the bead without pushing ber
oomg a puppy are about equally! head down Into the sink.
sard to do. A child is' squirmy, an- If you're of the shampoo-in-yielding
and easily .bored during! the-shower scbocl, the unbreak unbreak-tbe
tbe unbreak-tbe process. ; fable bottle has a safety advan-
..A. new product package may tage, too.
aid mothers who approach the: tor a child whot, learning- to

task uneasily. A aoap-and-soap-' wash her hair nerself. it could be

1m ihsmAiil. f n.m a Una Irtnrf

well-known for products for touchy
skins sow come ia a large squeeze
bottle, x- v-xu 4x.-,x- ',:
The openma in the too is Bin-

hole-iiifd and when the bottle is. is done. Tiiis tan be an appro
squeezed, thj rhampoo squirts out'priate distraction.

a ncip.x ..
A auggestion from one motlit-r
is to allow the chiid to shampoo
the hair of one cf her SDeciailv

designed dolls vhilc her own har

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lypso to the most ex ex-;i
;i ex-;i pretsive ballads J We may
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Cachafaz, Febrero II,
Reynold, Andes "Other
Starters la. f600 Race
The Stud Bocas del Toro's expensive Chilean Chilean-bred
bred Chilean-bred four-year-old chestnut colt Salero is virtually
a unanimous selection of local horse race dopesters
to win tomorrow's featured $600 six and one-half
furlong sprint for Class "D" imported thorough thoroughbreds
breds thoroughbreds at the Juan Franco race track. v i v -.

Four horses arc scheduled to
oppose Salero. They are Febrero
IL Reynold, Cachafai and Andes.
Salero was second to Barge Roy
al last week with Cachafaz finish"
ing fourth and Andes fifth and
last Both Reynold and Febrero II
were idle.
1 v J At.... -1 1 J

jocsey rtrnanao Aivarez suuum
be an improvement over Segundo
Carvajal. Cnstian Rebolledo re re-nlaces
nlaces re-nlaces leading iockev Alfredo Vas-

ques aboard Andes while Alejan

dro Ycaza gets tne mount on
Cachafaz. Raul Gamero has been
assigned to ride Febrero II while
Jorge Phillips will do the "booting
an Rvrjolrl.

Andes, Cachafar. and Reynold

have all disappointed in their
last outings but art expected to

improve for this engagement. Fe

brero II, going well in his work

outs, could surprise by taking ad advantage
vantage advantage of his good early speed.

Probably greater interest is be

ing held in the secondary attrac attraction,
tion, attraction, a one mile gallop for Class
"E". imported horses. Included
among the starters are Guardja
Nacional Classic hopefuls Melen-

dex and King. These two horses

Qualified for the April IS $3,000 ad

ded one mile and five-sixteenths

last Sundav. v

Melendez, rated one of the best

horses on the local track, was

third behind Rosier and Eric. Kins

managed to finish fourth back of
Polemon, Mossadeq and Trirrreme
in another Qualifying race. Also

slated to go against Melendez ard
King are Ornamental Star, Empire
Magic, Iguazu and Maria Stuardo.
Nine other races are included on

an attractive program.

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Juan Franco Graded Entries

P.F. Horse

Jockey

Wgi

COMMENT

ODDS

Pool Clew 12:45

1st Race "H-l" Import! J 7 Fai-Pona $400.00

; FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE

lIjnprn i'' J. chuna. 113 Rider handicaps V : ... S-I

2 Mirzatoftts C A. Ycaza 113 Nothing in months M l

3 Ponton F. Hidaleo 106 Could eet up here 5-1

4 Florera A. Reves R. 109x Early speetl 8-1

iTlnrodal C. Lino 112 Has strong finish 4-1

6 Panieua 2: Phlllros 113 Must improve more 10-1

7 Happy Abode R. Gomez 110 Rater good chance M
8 C. Princn C. Chavez 109x Nothing recently y 30-1

9 Supersun S, Carvajal J05x-Dangerous contender -. 41

Pool Ctem 1:15

2nd Raca "6" Natives 6Vi Tti.tunt $275.00

, SECOND RACE Or THE DOUBLE :
1 College Girl R. Gomez 112 -Ran well, in last
2 Regia A. Creidldlo 99x -Light weight may help,.
3 Para Rorra A. Ycaza 108 Depends on start-
4 Mufteco ; F. Sanchez 102x Not in this group
5 (Arranquin v G. Cruz 118 Returns from layoff
8 (D. Barbara E. Ortega 110 Impressive win last :
7- t.Conquistador R. Gamero 103 -Returns from layoff
8 Takeaway) G. Prescott 113 Mlompetition too tough
9 (Mochlto A. Enrique 114 Last was revealing
10- (Que Undo S. Carvajal lllx -Could help entrymate.

- 2-1
5-1

"10-1

30 1

10-1
10-1

15-1

15-1

FVEN
EVEN

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3rd Racf "F

1 Bagdad
2 Slrena

3 Folletitd
4 Tap Lddy
5 Bugaba

6 Fuego

4rK Rita "H"

Natlvts

7 Fai.PurM $275 00 Pool CIoms ,1:45
ONE TWO

O. Miranda 114x-Jockey handicaps
R. Gamero JOS Has strong finish
S. Carvajal 114x Will be close up
A. Reyes R. lOOx Doesn't seem likely ;
A. Ycaza 113 Should score again
F. Sanchez lOlx -Stops badly in stretch

5-1
3-l
10-1

EVEN

: 15-1

1 Ebony

2 Winsaba

3 Oklland

4 Volador

5 Golden

8 Guarari

7 L. Dancer

Nativa 6ft Fai.Purta $275.00 Pool CIomi
QUINIELA
F. Hidalgo 103 Dangerous contender
C. Kam 117x Form indicates
F. Godoy lllx Early speed only

' CRuiz 128 Rates good chance

Pick J. Phillips 110 Should fight it out

. A. i Creidldlo 97x Disappointment thus far

A. Reyes K., lojx could score

2:20
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3-2
8-1
10-1
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5th Race "C Natives 6'A Pis. Pvrte $325.00 Pool Closes 2:55

1-Ika

2 Rina Roi

3 Don Brigido
4 Justlna

6th Raco "Spacial'

. a '-'v.
1 Veneanza

2 Rada

3 Paquiro
4 R. stream S

5 Two Colors'
8 G. Corn U

R. Gamero 103 Ran well hi last
A. Visquez 114 Could make it here
A. vYcaza 115 Rates good chance
R. Crlstian 114 -Seems sure thing
' Imp. 6Vi Fii Ponie $500.00 X Pool Closes.

FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE
J. Phillips 108 -Has good finish
R. Gamero 100 Has shown nothing
V., Ortega 110 Must improve men
F. Hidalgo 115 -Will fight it out -F.
Alvarez 108 Returns in shape
R. Crlstian 113 Aiming to win tee

7th Raco "H-2' ImportW 7 Pai.Puno $500.00

. ', SECOND RACE Or THE DOUBLE

fool

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2-1

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31

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2-1
2-1
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4:05

1 Hurlecano A. Reves R. lOSx Nothing recentbr 1 1

2 The Bouche S. Carvajal 107x Last was revealing yf-
S--I. Beatrls F. Alvarez 108 Dancerou. this tJm- 1

3--TJ: Beatrlz

4 Choya
5 Matruh
6 Salustlo

7 Marlanlna

&VD. Duchess

0 a.' Wonder
10-Encachada

F; Alvarez 108 Dancerous this time'

R. Crlstian 115 Tougher group here
f. R. Gamero 115 -Will fight it out'
J, Cadogan 108 Could be upsetter
; O. Miranda 107x Not with this rider
G. Ramos lOOx Would pay long odds
A. Creidldlo 105x Could be close up
F. Hidalgo 108 Nothing to indicate

H-l
3-2
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10-1

2-1

5-1

50-1
351

15-1
10-1

Ith Rata "E Importta 1 Mils Purao' $550.00 Pool Closes 4:40

QUINIELA
-'
1 Ma. Stuardo F, Alvarez 110 Distance to liking
2 Iguazu O. Ruiz 115 Usually close up
3 Empire Magic F. Godoy llOx Racing to best form

4 Orn. Star
5 MeWndes
6 King
9th Raco "H-l1

1 Vedette
2 Cartillero
3 Coral
4 Genlzarlto
5 Pugilist
ft Guayaquil
7 Espagirico
8 Riscal

R. Crlstian 110 Should be close up

A. Visquez 118 Mutuels favorite
A. Ycaza 115 -Will fight it out

t-1

4-1

VI

EVEN

2-1

Imported 7 Ft.Piina $400.00 Pool Closes
ONE TWO 1 ;
A. Creidldlo 103x Last two were poor
- J. Phillips 11$ -Has, No. 1 rating -.
A. Vasquez 110 Should be close up.
E. Dario 110 Rates fair chance y-"'-i
F. Alvarez 115 Hard to beat here
F. Hidalgo 115 Nothing to recommend
A. Ycaza 113 Could win again
A. Reyes R. 103x Poor recent races

5:15

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Final Second Half Standings

Team r
police ....

Seymour Agency 8

3. Gibraltar Life ... 6
4. ElkJt 1414 ..,5

Lincoln Life .... 4
Spur Cola ....... 3

Won Lost Pet

,.. 8 4 .800

4 .600

4 .600
5 .500
6 .400
7 J00

' Elks 28, Seymour Agency 3

In a contest packed with
thrills last Monday afternoon

the Seymour Agency lads moved
into a tie with Police for first

place In the second half stand

ings by virtue of a 3 to 2 win

over the Elks. :

The Insurance Boys got off toi

a last start oy scoring au inree
of their runs In the first inning.
After the first two men had
struck out C. Corriean drew a

free nass off Mike Williams.

Hudd eston followed with a

hard hit ball 'to left field which

eot oast the left fielder and Cor

rlgan came in to score all the
way from first with Huddleston

going into tniro.

Dubb then drew a base on

balls and stole second. With men

nn Rewind unrl third ITennv An

derson lined a ball to right field

driving ln both runners. Mike

Williams then tlehtened and al

lowed no further scoring for the

remainder oi the game witn omy
two men reaching second base.

The Elks two runs came in tne

fifth when they threatened to
break up thu baTJ feame. Stoud Stoud-nor
nor Stoud-nor grounded out second to first
to lead off the Inning. DeVore

was eiven a free nass. was

moved to third on a single toJ

right by Mullins. Mulllns taking

second on the throw to home

With men on third and second
Ed Bleakley was called on to

pinch-hit for Lincoln.

Gary Anderson-was then re

lieved on the mound by Freddy
Huddleston and Bleaklev met
Huddleston's offerings with a

PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT If" practice makes perfect, Fort Gullck's golf team should be be-well
well be-well on its way to a good showing in Panama Area competition slated for this month. Shown
a", winners in Atlantic Area nl ay J. A. Hall, RoberrMUls, SS nand Jc2 :
. Ford, who work out dally on the Fort Davis golf course.

Juan1 Franco lips

By LUIS ROMER

1 Panlcus
2r-Moch!to (e)
3 Bugaba

4 Ebony
5 Justina
8 Golden Corn II
7 The Bouche

t Melendei

Supersun

College Girl
t Folletito

Winsaba

Don Brigido
, R. Stream
Hatrah
King

rogilist

9 CartUlero

1 Cat... rim-U mtvm

nara erouna oan uituuku uura iiTrirreme ; Hurling Park
and short into left field for a' i s

single scoring DeVore with the

Elks first ran. on the throw in

to Huddleston the relay to Dubbsi

at home was wide and Mulllns
came In with the second run.

Bleaklev stole second and

Sammy Field was walked. Mike
Williams hit a slow ground ball

to the in field but the throw to

third was late and all -hands

were safe.. With one out and th

bases loaded with' the Elks trail
lng by one run Freddy Huddle Huddleston
ston Huddleston struck out Dickie Hern and

Charley Cross to end the threat

and the inning, in the sixth the
Elks went down one, two thre.

The wlnnlns? Ditcher was Ga

ry Anderson, who was responsi responsible
ble responsible for two runs on two hits, four

bases on balls and three struce-

outs. Huddleston pitched an hi'

ning and two-thirds gave up one

nil. no runs, warned one ana

struck out three. Mike Williams
pitched lor the Elks giving up
hree runs on five hits, walked

four and struck out sever
'The box score:

Elks 1414 Ab R
Stoudnor, sj 2 0
DeVore, cf 2 1
Mulllns, 3b 3 1
Lincoln, rf 2 0
Field, rf ............... 2 0

Williams, p r.. 2 0
Hern, 2b 10

Cross, e 3 o
Bereer. lb1 2 0

Bleakley. If ., 10

Berganer, xx .......... i v

10th Raco"D" lmport.4 tVx Fs.Puno $600.00 Pool Cleat 5:40

1 Febrero n
2 Reynold
3 Cachafaz
4 Andes
5 Salero

R. Gamero 110 Could make it here
J. Phillips 110 Disappointment to date
A. Ycaza 108 -Last outing weak
R. Crlstian 110 Flopped in last
F. Alvarez 118 Form indicates

llth Raca "H-2" Importai 7 Fft. Purio $400.00 Pool dotes..
1 Hurling Park F. Alvarez 115 In virtual mitch race
2 M. Slipper D. Barret 112x Not tgainst these
3 B. Blade II G. Prescott 110 Poor recent races

4 Trlrreme V. Ortega 115 Should beat these

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Seymour Agency
Pearl, 3b .............. 2'
Carlson, lf ..3
Corrlgan,-c!l rf 1
Huddleston, ss, p ..... 3
Dubs, c ................ 1
Anderson, K. 2b ........ 2
Mallory, lb ; 1
Brockman, R. cf .....2
Anderson, G. p. ........ .2
Boatwrlght, 3b, ss .....1
Calleja, 3b 0

tie League season played Tues

day afternoon at the Facmc Lit Little
tle Little League nark the Gibraltar

Life team moved Into a three-

way tie with Police and Seymour

Agency by defeating the (spur
Cola team by a score of two to
zero.

Bobby "Bran don toed the

mound for Gibraltar and al

lowed ust one Spur Cola man
to reach third. Bobby Dllfer
pitched for Spur and fcavew

three nits. 1 :.-..

'Gibraltar's runs came in the
first inning. With two out Gene
Fraunheim drew a free pass go-

lnor to second on a nassea bau

Bohbv Brandon then hit a hard

ground ball past first into right
field scoring Fraunheim from
second and moving; all the- way
Into third on the throw in from
right field. Brandon then scored

on a passed ball.

Brandon won his sixth game

of the second half allowing no

runs on thre hits, six walks and

twelve strikeouts. Dllfer was the

loser giving up two runs on
three nits, walking three and

striking out eight

The box score:
Spar Cola Ab R
Bowen 3b 3 0
Boswell, c .'........... 2 0
Chase, ss 2 0
Zelnick, lb ............. 2 0'
DUfer, p 2 0
Albrltton,cf 2 0
Perantie, 2b ....... 3 0
Bradshaw,' C. rf 2 0
Whltney.tif ............ 1 0
Ryblcki, If 2' 0

21 0 3

18 3 5
xx-Grounded out for Berger In
6th.
In the final game of the Lit

TONIGHT!...
...
excitement galore at
- "the opening; event of the '- -V
WORLDS PROFESSIONAL
HIGH-DIVING
CHAMPIONSHIP.
and AQUA THRILLS!'

in the El Panama

Pool-

see the greats in the world of proessiona hlqhdivlnq compete or the titiel
Don Hapka, the chomp; Bcu-ney Cipriani, the runner-up, end the
r ; famous Mexican QUI Divers of AcapuJco, and many others
, Other txcttinq events, such as the spectacular The Dive! the t 1 ;
Comedy Diving, Eihibition Diving, the beautM WATER tAIIET, and
' 7 the JANTZEN Bathing Suit Fashion Show, -fold and newj
t ( you'U love every minute of itl v
Snacks from our barbecue and drinks available at moderate price.

Ttdrtti on tale at Cabana Club, ;
Chaio Bank JWB-USa Balboa
Tonight 8 p.m. J2.00 i -SAT.
8 p.m. -12.00
SUN. 2 pjn J2.50 (with special.
Vi price or children under 12)
SERIES TICKETS, alt events $4.00

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Gibraltar Life
Hermanny, rf 0
Snyder, D. lb 2 0
Fraunheim, cf 2 1
Brandon, p 1 1.
Wilson, ss 2 0
Hutchinson, e .......... 2 0
Zapp, If ...... .w. 2;0
Lombano, 2b ........... 2 0
Hanna, 3b 2 0

V v-.;.- ....... r I...
JOE WILLIAMS

'imniSPrS PROM ROSCOB GOOSE, presiding steward of the
Knock-Down-the-Favorite Club: "Don't worry, Needles won't be -'
rJ?"h p stop in the Derby. Offhand. I Jan name you tw5
K5? yAd prlc -hor.ses toat mi8ht d0 lt-' Ma Count
S1' of fact. I wouldn't bet Needles will even- be the
favorite. rm sure he wont If Career Boy runs well in the Wood.
.;j.A,r?Atf )ock who rode ike longest-priced winner the Ken.
tuck? Run lor the Rosea has had up to now, Mr. Goose has an
apuiing and historical distaste for horses that "can't be beat.
fS,flLft2cl4?ethfl,,l9tt Chic UO-l iri the Calient
winter book, last Ume I looked but he's all fouied up on Head
ftan, who happens to be from the same stable as Career Boy.
tart th on one will be the same as the, price on
tne other. A change in equipment is plainly indicated tor our
worthy pret. Blinkers off. ...
.ONE OF THE YOUNO HEIRS, home : from school, for -th
holidays, was happy to find that, contrary to reports, the Easter
parade provided no special section for Xhe egg Aeadfc If the
fight fans could be guaranteed Old Jersey Joe- Walcott wouldn't,
try a comeback, they'd find those recurring-stories of Jrlarciano's
retirement much less disturbing. Pro tennis Is, uniquely cock cockeyed
eyed cockeyed In that it places a higher fiscal premium on last year's
press cuppings than (on this year's skill Bromide Bertie saysr. s
The race is not always to the swift, and that's why horse clay
ers must die broke." r
t
'Thf !ir'htJetmen t'-VasMnatm Senators end the BalU'
more orioles for the cellar championship in this year's AL race
:irlns ?.oe a harrowing spectacle,. When Whitey Lockman
KtHiPhtJl'd mouOh make the team, and Alvin Dark
' must shift to third, one must wonder what gives with the Giants.
wf?"Arn't tflt oood, nor can the new manager pos possibly
sibly possibly be that daffy. The search for Bridey Murphy's got every every-fine
fine every-fine in a tizzy and maybe that's the explanation One reason
the Yankees' Mickey Mantle will never be a big home run hit-:
ler is that most ot his vomer i tn rinht ? iit hm

stadium this is of no help, His 37 last season was a personal

record.

18 2. 3

Commencimr at 4:30 p.m. on

Wednesday the play-off series to
determine the second half win winners
ners winners will get under way with the
Gibraltar team meeting Police
In a "sudden death" battle. On
Thnrsrlftv at the same time th

winner of the first game will

nlav the Seymour Agency lads.

Should Police win both games
they will be the undisputed win winners
ners winners of the Pacific Little League
for the 1956 season. Should one
or the other teams emerge as
the winners of the second half
then there will be a best-of-three-game
series to determine
the 1958 little v. League Cham Champions.
pions. Champions. j

Trvfov tricanto JS 20
Double hv Cinemascope!
Gene Kelly Cyd Charisse, In
"It's Always Fair Weather'
Edmund Purdom, In
"THE KING'S THIEF

'm .uPR CRAFT 18 THE POORER today for the loss of Gayle
Talbot, dead at 54. The AP sports writer was a real pro. .a term
this department does not use lightly in rating press-box fellows.
Galye had a solid news sense and facile feature touch; he had
an austere scorn for press agents, and promoters who tried to
take .him. He handled the dally space at his disposal as If lt
? reaaure deeded over to him on the condiUon that he
defend it with the full might of his integrity and that it be
displayed only In the best of taste-For Gayle this was easy. It
was the only way he knew.
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international good will; he's scheduled to be Ben Bogan's parU
iter in the s London "international Trophy and Canada Cup
Matches a pretentious. designation for an American-sponsored
promotion that is almost totally without competitive signifi significance.
cance. significance. Fred Corcoran was suddenly overtaken by the mumbles
when asked how much Hogan whose fee for this tort of thing
u usually around 5000). was getting above the scale... In this
instance, S500 and expenses. Snead will probably want to know,
too. Corcoran't his manager. t. v ,;, -.
- FUNNY THING about the basketball pros, .'.they-don't go
into raptures over Frisco's Bill Russell, who Is all-everythlng In
cpllege basketball They say he won't score against the cash-and-carry
defense. ?Tt's a different game," contends Tom Gola,
who was the Russell of '54. "As different as Tony Trabert, the
amateur champ, found pro tennis to be." Milwaukee's turned
out to be a gold mine for the former Boston Braves, now boom boom-ingly
ingly boom-ingly solvent after paying off nearly $1,000,000 In debts. Among
those who sympathize with Ted Williams in his poignant squawk
over high income taxes ballplayers pay, is the' elderly college
dean whose salary has soared all' the way to $6500. S

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PAGE EUEVE7I
Bfa nch nting- Dodgers

FRIDAY, APRIL 1958

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HIGH DIVING CHAMP Don Hapka, world professldnal high dlvlnsr champion, Is shown
divine from- the specially erected tower at the Hotel El Panama pool. Hapka will defend his
:crown against top Mexican and VS. divers in the championships which get underway to tonight
night tonight at Hotel El Panama. ..
World High Diving Contests
At Hotel El Panama Tonight

World Champions Could

Use Hurler Russ Meyer

Now Wi

thChicag

Cubs

NEW YORK, April 6 (UP) An old Branch
Rickey axiom is haunting the Brooklyn Dodgers.
When the Old Mahatma was general manager of the
Dodgers, he frequently contended that "the best
deals are those you never make."

1 Top professional high divine
stars will meet In the world
high divine championship which
starts tonight at the Hotel El
Panama pool under the auspices
of the Cabana and Tennis Club.
. Participants from Mexico and
ibt JJ5. wiU compete tor tht:
crown dw held by Don ."-Hap
ksvj t .iUuV.-i. i ("ut-fr '"'! -rFrom
Mexico -there -jwHl. be
Apac and -.Marin, who ..became
famous by divine from the cliffs
of Acapulco.
Hapka, will defend his title a-
ealnct. nnrh rilvcr. ax Rarnev C.l-

priant, otto -. Schmidt, Rusty of numbers

Kaehler, Terry Merrll and Oth Others,
ers, Others, ".'
A lot of lauihs are in store
for those who take in the pa parade
rade parade of bathini beauties which
will start with the suits worn
by Madame when she first be began
gan began bathinr )n public. As the
beauties pass by. ladies will be
tarried back to their chBdboed
and be rapidly brought up t
date with the latest suits.
.Th. iniiBmanlacs will be back

again this year with a new list

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Diving is Judged on a point
system for form of dive and
height. Each dive is Judged on
a basis of one to ten points for
form, and then multiplied ac according
cording according to the level of the diving
platform.
. For v example! each judge
gives his opinion of form in
po'nts these points are then
added" together and multiplied'
by a factor, such as by X for
the second level, by 3 for the
third level etc. -1
Divers may choose to perform
any type of dive, or as many dif

ferent types as they wish; but

no consideration is given to dif difficulty
ficulty difficulty of the dive. For example:
a 'swan dive Is given the same
consideration a&a full galnor or
a double somersault etc.
Points awarded for form are
Judged according to the Olympic
and International Rules for fan fancy
cy fancy divine. ''v.;:---:.. ,..

The most important factors In

judging any aive are; safe, even
balance in take-off; rigidity of
body in air, with legs and feet

rogetner ana toes pointed: clean,

rigid entry Into water, with legs

and leet together and sraleht

toes pointed; arms straight and

astainst tne body in feet-first
dives, or arms straight and

hands together In head-first;

dives
The program:
1 Evolution of Bathing Suits
Models Jo Ann Sorrell. Beth

Hatchett, Jenny Dl Bella, Josle
Di Bella, Agnes Dube, Dorothy
Metzeer. Harriet Gundersen. Pat

Hatler, Cynthls Orr, Yvonne
iNunn, Betty Berry, pat Perry,

uieryi Seymour.
2 Nlssen Trampolln Artistry
Donna Lee, Rusty Koehler. Ot

to Schmidt. :
3 The Aqua Trio
Rheba Kennedy, Betty Berry,
Yvonne Nunn.
4 Springboard Diving
Donna Lee, pete La tons, Rusty
Koehler, Otto Schmidt, Clint Os Osborne,
borne, Osborne, i
.5 El Panama Water Ballet

Jo Ann Sorrell, Betty Berry,
Pat Hatler, Pat Perry. Harriet
Oundersen, Agnes Dube, Rheba

KenneatSteCneryi Seymour, Y'
vonne Nuan.
8 Tower Diving -'
. Otto Schmidt. Pete Latona.
, 7 "Reilly of Ranjiphur"
8 Fishine the Human Flsh-

"Game Fishermen and Gamin

Fish"

And who could blame the

Dodeers today if they were wish

in they had never traded Russ

Meyer to tne Chicago cuds?

Beset by pitching problems,
the World Champions must
have cringed yesterday when
they learned that Meyer be became
came became the first Cubs' pitcher to
go nine innings as he posted a
seven-hit, 16-4 victory over the
Baltimore Orioles.

Now the Orioles trent the

Milwaukee Braves, who are shap

ing up again as BrooKiyn s cnici
rival this season. But that's the
rub. Mever always had eood luck

against the Braves ana now tnai
he's gone Don Newcombe looks

like the Dodgers' only aepenaa
hl hurler this unrlne.

Don Elston, who came to tne
Dodgers in the Meyer trade, has
not shown much In exhibition

games. Neither has Carl Erskine.
In addition, Billy Loes Is back In
New York undergoing a check-up
for a sore arm; while Karl
Spooner. Roger Craig, j-lm

Hughes and Don Bessent are

nursing assortea auments.
So it's pretty obvious the
Dodgers wouldn't mind having
Meyer back on the roster as j

they head north with a pitch pitching
ing pitching staff that looks weaker
with every passing day. ..

'Meyer walked only two men

and allowed but two earned runs

in his route-going effort against

the Orioles at Alpine, Tex. ine

Cubs; meanwhile, rattled off 20
hits, including a pair of three three-run
run three-run homers by their 38-year-old

catcher, Clyde, McCulloughi who

is hustline like a player nail nu

age this spring.

ErsKine got a rougn going-over

by the Braves as the ..Dodgem
dropped an 8-e decision at New
Orleans. The Brooks' right-hand

er was nicked ior seven runs ana
10 of Milwaukee's 11 hits In five
innings as the Braves posted
their fourth victory in six meet meetings
ings meetings with the champs thus far.

Bieaawnue Larry, Doey, woo
was-involved In another winter
tradev continued to feast on
St. Louis Cardinal pitching.
The ex-Cleveland outfielder
raised his spring batting aver average
age average to .438-wlth three hits that
helped the White Sox to a 10-7
victory at Albany, Ga. It was
only the third defeat in the
last 15 games for the Cardi Cardinals,
nals, Cardinals, the Grapefruit League
leaden.

At cornus Chrlstl. Tex.. Herb

Score allowed only two hits and

fanned seven in live mnines as

the Cleveland Indians handed

th. New York Giants their sec

ond straight 2-0 shutout. Vic

Wertz homered for the Indians.
, Johnny Temple's one-out sin single
gle single in the ninth Inning scored
the winning run as the Cincin Cincinnati
nati Cincinnati Redlegs nipped the Wash Washington
ington Washington Senators, 4-3, at Fort
Gordon, G., whfle Dick Little Little-field
field Little-field allowed only two hits dur

ing an elght-lnnlng stint in
pitching the Pittsburgh Pirates
to a (-1 triumph over the Kan Kansas
sas Kansas C'ty Athletics..,

Elsewhere": The Philadelphia

Phillies released. 41-year-old

sitcher Max Lanier, who was

aunchlne a comeback: the De

troit Tigers removed pitcher Ned

uarver irom tne traaine block:

the Boston Red Sox announced

Grapefruit

Philadelphia Warriors Only
1 Game Away From NBA Title

Wash. (A) 100 002 0003 7 V

Cincl (N) 000 000 2114 9 0

Brodowskl. Abernathv (8) and

Berberet, Fitzgerald (9); Kiipp Kiipp-3stein,
3stein, Kiipp-3stein, Scantlebury (8) and Bur Burgess.
gess. Burgess. WP Scantlebury. LP Ab Ab-ernathy.
ernathy. Ab-ernathy. HR: Heraog, Wash.
Thurman, Cincl.

FORT WAYNE, Ind., April 6 -!

Baltt. (A)
Chlca. (N)

(UP) The Philadelphia War

riors were only one game away to

day from the "World Series of

Basketball" championship.
The Warriors tin win the firit
National Basketball Association
title outright by besting F e r t
Wayne en their Philadelphia
heme court Saturday night. The
Warriors took e 3-1 lead in the
best-ef-teven series by edging
Fort Wayne, 107-10$, en the Pis

tons' heme court last night.
Coach Chrley Eckman of the
Pistons said before last night's

001 013100-8 lQc I ,ma you "n top (Paul)

000 040 000 4 7
201 244 30X-16 20

Wilson, Dorlsh (5), Brown (7)

and Triandos Gastall (7) : Mey

er and McCuliough. L Wilson

HR: Chicago, Hoax, Banks Z,!

McCuliough 2. ;

Bklyn (N)

Mil, (Nl 020 320 01X 8 li t 3
Erskine, Templeton' (8). Dar Dar-nell
nell Dar-nell (8) and Campanella, Howell
(7) ; Burdette, Murf f v (6) and
Crandall. W Burdette. L Ers Erskine.
kine. Erskine. HR: Brooklyn, Neal, Campanella.

Arizin, you can top the w h o 1 e

club."
Eckma's strategy of stopping

Arizin failed, however, and most
of Fort Wayne's title hopes disap-

that Ted Williams will play inist. L. N) 011 101 120 7 13

an ineir remainine exhibition Harshman nahlk s. ron-

games, ana injurea outfielder suegra (91 and Lollar; Schmidt
Norm Siebern was named the' Arroyo (7), Jones (9) and Sarni
outstanding rookie in the New,W Dahlke. L Schmidt. HR

, laii&ces training camp, icnicago, Aparicio, Keil,

Mltioso. St. Louis, Schoendienst,
Frazier, Hemus, Sarnl.

Cleve. (A) 000 011 0002 8 0

N. Y. (N) 000 000 000-0 5 1
Score, Narleskl (6), Daley (S)
and Averill; Worthing.ton. Gris Gris-som
som Gris-som (7) and Manean. W Score.

Lollal-, L Worthington.

peared since the Pi stent now
would have to best the Warriors
twice in Philadelphia and once in
Fort Wayne to win the crown.
Arizin led the Warriors for the
fourth straight playoff game-by
by pouring in 30 points to lead
both clubs in scoring.
Ariiin new has scored 21, 27,
21 and 30 points in each of the
four playoff games.
Fort Wayne led must of the way
last night, leading 56-30 at the half
and 82-80 at the end of three quar quarters.
ters. quarters. But the Warriors took the
lead at 86-83 in the final period
and increased it to 106-100 with
1:53 remaining.

NEEDLES EIGHT-FIVE
Tijuana, Mex. NEA) -Needles
is now S-to-5 in the Calient e
Future Book for the Kentucky
Derby. May 5.

Additional Sports
On Page 7

PicVacmAn

Ken Mlddleton
A. I. Bauman
Doug Schmidt'

Bob Daniels

Fish (!)

'Jo Ann Sorrell
, Agnes Dube
Betty Berry

Rheba Kennedy

9 Dizzy Daffy Dopey Divine

Demons of tne Divine Board

10 Fire Dive (only at night

periormances) uint os borne.
... INTERMISSION

11 World's Prcj asional Hieh
Diving champlonshin of 1956
Don Hapka (World Champion

1S54, 1955 vs. open 1955) Sky
Divers.
Otto Schmidt (2nd olace VS.
Open 1955). 6ky Divers.
Rusty Koehler (4th place VS.
Open 1955) Sky Divers.
Barney Cipriani (2nd .place

World Championship 1950-3rd

plare World Championship 1959)
President Madison Hotel, Mi Miami
ami Miami Beach.
Robert Reilly,
Juvenlo Marin (3rd place
World Champ. 1954). El Mira Mira-dor
dor Mira-dor Hotel, Acapulco, Mex.
Pete Latona Sherry-Fronte-nac
Hotel, Miami Beach.
Donna Lee. ..,

Amateurs 66
Leads Masters
. ....
Golf Tourney

AUGUSTA, April 4 (UP) -Ken
Venturi, young amateur
from San Francisco, yesterday
shot a six-under-par e to lead
in the first round of the 20th
Masters golf tourney.
It was the first time in the
Masters Jf-yoar history that an
amateur took the lead.-
Cary Mlddlecoff's score was
47, Tommy Bolt 48 and Bon Ho
gan if. These pros are consider considered
ed considered Venturl's most sarious rivals
in the tournament which con continues
tinues continues todsy.
Argentine Roberto De Vicenzo
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cleaning.
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work include a thorough clean cleaning
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grouung oroxen joints, ana uie
replacement of broken tile.

DIZZY PAGE

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Southern California win the na

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gain, it will be the eighth straight
and 20th in 27 attempts.

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The Navy today awarded a con
tract for production of the most
powerful small rocket ever creat
ed to give tne earui saieuue lis
final thrust into space.
Award of the contract for the
"final-stage" rocket was announc announced
ed announced jointly by the Navy and the
Glenn L. Martin Co- chief con
tractor for the 72-foot three-stage
rocket that will launch, the first
U. S. artificial moon next year.
It also was learned that flight
tests for the launching rockets
ere chtduled to start in Novem November
ber November at tha Patrick Air Force
Base, Cocoa, Fla., where the
satellite will be launched.
Picked to develop the third-stage
nnumr nlant. a device unique in
the history of rocketry, were the
firand Central Rocket Co., Red-
lands, Calif., and the Allegany
Baiiictirs Laboratory, operated by
the Hercules Powder Co. for the
Navy at Cumberland, Md.
Fnoinopr said they will nave
n axhieve i king-size "b r e a k
through" in rocketry to build the
third stage.
The third stage will take over
at about 300 miles altitude. The
second-stage speed will have to
be doubled to produce a gravity gravity-balancing
balancing gravity-balancing 11,000 mph and keep
the satellite in an elliptical erbit
..Anna! aith.
Also announced were two other
..,,.,... far electronic and me-
chanical control mechanisms
which will keep the vehicle headed
the right way until the satellite
has been pushed into its assigned
space path.
The contracts went to Minneapolis-Honeywell
Regulator Co. and
Vickers Electric Division, Vic Vic-kers,
kers, Vic-kers, Inc., St. Louis.
Minneapolis-HoneyweU wi build
system of gyros that witt keep
J check on the launching vehicle s
action as it soars toward the satel-
hebvehicle tends to roll or
wobble the gyros will fUsh elec electronic
tronic electronic instructions to an ""to pi
lot" Whish wiU be builtby Vickers.
Acting on the gyros' 4ns ructions,
the auto-pilot will keep the vehi vehicle
cle vehicle on its predetermined course.
All of the major contracts, jn jn-cluding
cluding jn-cluding those for the first and sec second
ond second rocket stages, have now been
"wording to Martin ?".
thesatellite project is "right on
:2JR It will be launched in
connection with the International
83-Man Orchestra
Stranded In Cuba
Bv Union Strikers
HAVANA, AprU 6 jUP)rThe 83 83-mn
mn 83-mn New Orleans Symphony Or Orchestra,
chestra, Orchestra, complete with bass .viols,
tubas and drums,, was stranded m
Havana s International Airport yes yesterday
terday yesterday because -members of the
Aircraft Workers tinion refused to
aervice the orchestra's chartered
planes.
; Th. rnhan government pea
euthorired the orchestra tor fly
..,iihin rnh in its three chartered
planes. The union contended, how how-fimt
fimt how-fimt only aircraft of tne
Cuban Aviation w
to fly over the national territory.
Middies May Sleep
On Sunday Morning
ANNAPOLIS, Md., April (UP)
Midshipmen at the Naval Acad Academy
emy Academy will be able to, sleep on Sun Sunday
day Sunday mornings under a new direc directive
tive directive issued today by Rear Adm.
William R. Smedberg, new super superintendent.
intendent. superintendent. t ,. t
The directive abolishes, for the
first time in the 190-year history
of the institution, a compulsory
7:15 a.m. reveille on Sunday. It
also eliminates a compulsory break
fast at 7:30 a.m.
MUM
TODAY .75, .40
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LOYE AD VIOIB'CE!
He fought to win the love
of a beautiful girl for
another man!
Sir Walter Seotfi .'
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DOUGLAS V. SCHNEPEL, Ordnance civilian employe, demonstrates en Improvement on the
firlnst linkage of the 75 mm Skysweeper to Brig.' Gen. Louis V. Hightower (right), Chief of
Staff, U. S. Army Caribbean, and Col. w. E. Grubbs, ordnance chief, Schnepel this week
received a total of $235 for three adopted suggestions. f (U.S. Army Photo)
Man Of Ideas Douglas V. Schnepel
Is USARCARIB's Best Suggester

Douglas V. Schnepel. an Ord-
nance civilian employe at Corozal
is a man who believes in thinning,
and action. I
Since 1950 Schnenel has submit-
ted 21 suggestions for various de-j
grees of improvement to different
types of weapons.
U tne 21 suggestions suDmittea,
17 have been adopted and put into
use. rive of the 17 were put into
use Army-wide and two are pend
ing completed action by the De Department
partment Department of the Army.
To date ne is leading usaki;-.
ARIB civilian employes with the
most ideas adopted by the De Department
partment Department ot the Army and has
the highest quality record of
submitted suggestions.
Other than words of praise and
i "pat-pn-the-back" for his superi
or suggestions, Schnepel received
monetary rewards.
At a ceremony this week he was
the recipient of three awards that
totaled $235. The 1A supplement supplemental
al supplemental Award for $200, the DA Supple
mental Award for $25 and the US-I
ARCARIB Award for $10 were
presented to him by Brig.. Gen
Louis V. Hightower, chief of staff,
USARCARIB.
The DA award for $200 is for his
suggestion and design for a work
platform for removing the breech
block in the MZ 80mm anti-aircraft
gun. Its use minimizes phy
sical injury1 to personnel (Military
and civilian) and reduces man
hours in task accomplishment
The suggestion was adopted for
Army-wide use on the recommend recommendation
ation recommendation of the Commanding Gener
al, Continental Army Command.
The DA award for $25 is for his
suggestion for improvements on
the reqou buffer of the 75mm re recoil
coil recoil mechanism. i
Installation of a set screw in the
flange ol the follower prevents the
follower from "backing out", thus
avoiding malfunction.
The Chief of Ordnance Depart Department
ment Department of the Army, considered the
suggestion to be practical and ini-
Ike Starts Meeting
Foreign Diplomats
In Person Tomorrow
WASHINGTON, April 6 (UP)
President Eisenhower tomorrow
will resume receiving foreign dip diplomats
lomats diplomats in person when they pres present
ent present their credentials.
The practice was dropped after
Mr. Eisenhower suffered his heart!
aiiacn i&si aepiemDer, dui uie
White House said yesterday it is
; being resumed.
The first diplomat to present his
'credentials will be 'George A. Pad-
! more,' the new Liberian Ambas-
'sador, who will call on Mr. Eisen Eisen-,
, Eisen-, 'hower tomorrow morning.
' After Mr. Eisenhower became
ill iw fflvnv nresenfori their
r credentials to the Secretary of
State who forwarded them to the
President. Thirteen Ambassadors
were accredited under this sys
tem After his recuperation, thei
President entertained 12 of this
group at lunch. The new Japanese
Ambassador, Masayuki Tani, was
unable to attend, but Mr. Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower invited the Japanese envoy
to call at the White House instead
this afternoon.
There have been reports that the
diplomats were unhappy about not
being received by the President.
News secretary James C. Hager Hager-ty
ty Hager-ty was asked whether Mr. Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower decided to resume the dip diplomatic
lomatic diplomatic ceremony because of this.
"W In the slightest," Hagerty
replied.

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Suggested improvement in products
correction report.
The USARCAR1B award of $10
is for hisi sutreestion for imnrovine
the transmission interlock system
on the 75mm Skysweeper. He sug
gested that the composition of the
material of the pad be changed to
withstand oil soak without swel swelling.
ling. swelling. The Ordnance Officer, US
ARCARIB, ordered a pad to be
made of linen fiber and after test
ing showed neither oil nor water
effected the pad adopted the idea
for use in this command.
Other improvements have affect
ed standard4 weapons with such
changes as streamlining of the 30 30-caliber
caliber 30-caliber machine gun. With this i-
dea he succeeded in reducing
weight of the gun to a total of 26
pounds with 500 rounds of ammun ammunition.
ition. ammunition. The gun formerly weighed
32 pounds alone.
Schnepel also submitted sug-.
gestions which Increased the rate,
of fire from 400-500 rounds a min minute
ute minute to more than 1500 rounds per
minute capability for this weap
on. V
He explained that U is now pos possible
sible possible to fire the 30-canber machine
gun "John Wayne style" like a rif
le from the hip without losing con
trol of it.
Mock Air Strike
Against Okinawa,
Korea, Japan Due
TOKYO, April 6 (UP) A mock
enemy air strike will be launched
against Japan, Okinawa and Ko-
rea on an unnamed day this month
to test the U. S. Air Force's de
fenses in an exercise called "Bed
Check."
Fifth Air Force headquarters at
mgoya, japan, made the an
nouncement today, v
It said that exercise "Bed
Check" will be "designed to give
maximum training to the Fifth
Air Force's fighter-interceptor and
fighter-bomber squadrons in .de
fending Japan. Korea and Okina
was from a surprise air attack and
in mobility and proficiency."
'Fifth Air Force command Lt
Gen, Roger M. Ramey stressed
that the maneuver will provide
"realistic training to meet any
hostile air attack which may:
come in the future.
"We are not revealing the exact
date tne exercise will commence,'
ne said, "because we want our
squadrons to get training in meet
ing surprise auacics.

TV, Steak Dinner, Automatic Autos
Amaze Man Falsely Jailed For '15 Years

CHICAGO', April 6 (UP)--A mam
who spent IS years in prison for
a $53 robbery be didnl commit!
tasted dis tirst oay ot ireeaom yes-
terday and found it good.
He was7 smaied by
television.
the taste of a steak dinner and to-,
day's "automatic" motor cars.
Roy EaUm 52, said he was just
glad to be out of Illinois State
son but his attorney, Robert Gor Gorman,
man, Gorman, had further plans.
Gorman said he will seek a
"substantial" payment from the
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An Infantryman is the first to

see the importance of this, espe especially
cially especially in mopping up operations
where men walk through foxhole
infested areas spraying the ground
witn ouuets to Keep the enemy
i
aown. t
Schnepel says that he Is not
through yet in seeking new( and
better ways to improve weapons
to mate mem sater lor the per
sonnel using tnem and to save
tax-payers money for unnecessa
ry repairs. y
Thrifty Parisians
OK Subway Strike;
Needn t Pay A Sou
PARIS. Aoril S UP) Thrlftv
Parisians yesterday gleefully ac accepted
cepted accepted the inconveniences of a
subway strike confined only to the
ticket takers on, the 12 city -lines.
Insted of leaving : passengers
without transportation, the auhwa
union has been' ordering out tick ticket
et ticket takers on two lines at a time.
A quick check of the morning pa papers
pers papers to determine which lines are
being affected each day and Par Parisians
isians Parisians can walk aboard the trains
without paying. ..
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TONY AWARD WINNERS Helen Hayes (right) presents the
American Theater Wing's Tony awards to Julie Harris and Paul
Muni after they were voted star actress and star actor In a
dramatic play at the award ceremonies held in New York. Miss
Harris was cited for her performance In "The Lark,", and Muni
was honored for his work In "Inherit the wind."

a specific amount but said it would
be more than $160,000.

Eaton had just $88 to bis name'ment he was innocent

wnen the cu-cuit court at Rock
isjano, m. ordered mm released;
uie Wednesday, it was
court in which he was
to one year to life in 1940 for the.
1150 robbery of a soap salesman.
Bernard J. Moran, state s attor
Pri-tney of Rock Island county, worked
came convinced of his
innocence
two years ago.

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moran nome ami saw mievi
a a. J ..... & i ;
sion for the frst time;
"I think it's great", he said.
He went for a ride in a 1953 auto
and was full of qaestions about all
the automatic devices that are now I
featured on cars. He devoured a
steak at a restaurant but needed
help in ordering.
"I feel like a bird just out of a
cage," ne said. ..' i don't Know,
what to do or wnai to tninx."
uorman orougm mm nere io
rest and start thinking about
a
" he oap salesman identified
Eaton as one of two men who

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31st YEAR

Rainier To Move Out Of Pink Palace

Till Wedding, Kelly

MONACO, April 6 (UP)Prince
Rainier will move into bachelor
quarters' in his villa and turn o o-ver
ver o-ver his Dink-walled n a 1 a c e to
Grace Kelly in accordance with
pro-wedding tradition, Monacan of-:
ficials said yesterday.
The onnce will visit the paiace
only by day while his bride-to-be
and her family are living in it in
a special apartment prepared for
them.
The prince will wear a f u 11 11-dress
dress 11-dress uniform to the religious wed
ding ceremony April 19 and a
morning coat costume to the ci
vil marriage April is.
The uniform, modeled after
these worn by Napoleon's aener
als consists, of a Meek tunic
with red end white creased belts
MtiA aalrf lanvard. liaht blue
trousers with fold, strips down
the sides, and e blue ; I e e n e
two-sided hat with ostrich feath
For the -grand gala on the night
Panama Canal Lists
11 Jobs Available
Eleven positions are presently
viiahle in the Panama Canal
5tarviF according to the list of
vacancies contained in the trans transfer
fer transfer vacancv bulletin issued this
week bv the Personnel Bureau.
Nine are in the classified are re related
lated related group and two are in the
craft group. The positions may be
fiiia hv transfer of eligible em
ployes and applications should be
transmitted to the Employment
and Utilization Division."
Vacancies in the following types
of work are listed in the classified
and related groups: chemist, ens
toms guard, distribution and win
dow clerk, electrical engineer,
mechanical engineer guard, po
liceman,; and sanitary engineer.
Positions ooen in the craft group
include: road and yard conductor
and stevedore lead foreman.
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robbed him, but the convicted man
insisted throughout his imprison
He was a mine watchman at
Lords burg,
N. M.: 1700 miles a-

the same way at the time but couldn't prove
sentenredMt. He said he lacked the money

to bring witnesses from New Mexi
co to back him up.
Moran dug into the case and
Burrall, an ex-convicf of Daven
port, Iowa, that he committed the
.icnnie wiui jonn uivn nnw rv
ing a 25-year term in McNeil Is
land, Wash, prison,
Moran said he won't prosecute
currau oecause or ma eonoeration
in the case but that Davis will
be charged with armed robberv
when he gets out of prison,
Eaton said he is undecided as
lyet about his future but wants to
visit a daughter in Indiana. f
He has refused to identify any-t
memDers of his family for fear of
exposing mem to publicity.
He said he was not bitter about
his years behind bars. i
"I feel like a millionaire," he
said.

know the truth and the

PANAMA, R. P, FRIDAY, APRtt C 1951

of April 18, Rainier will' change
into a king blue tunic with red
trousers striped in gold and white.
Miss Kelly's wedding dress de
sign still is a secret
Rainier was hip-deep in less per
sonal problems centering on A-
mencan newsreel and TV cover-!
age of the civil and religious wed wedding
ding wedding ceremonies April 18-19.
The prince, irritated bv the fact
that a brassier company will
sponsor a radio report of the wed
ding in the United States, demand demanded
ed demanded that film coverage be limited
to two minutes at each ceremo
ny. 1
The TV and newsreel companies
objected particularly against the
two-minute filming time on
grounds of discrimination.
European audiences will see
tho ontire ceremony in a live
"Rurdvlilon" telecast direct
from Menace.
Monegasques personally were
more interested today in the
cheering long-range forecast of
fair weather in Monaco for the
wedding.
Fear of bad weather had haunt
ed merchants who are planning
for a landoffice business during
the wedding festivities.
Government Claims
Gl Who Paid Tine
Lost Appeal Rights
Th mieston of whether a oer
son whn hi been convicted ot
drunken driving, and. who has
paid the fine imposed, tan aft afterwards
erwards afterwards appeal his ease was
brought up today in VS. District
Court at Ancon. -.
it concerned the case of a sol
dier, Sgt Samuel 1. Harris, who
was appealing a arunicen nnvuig
conviction.
1 The Ft- Amador soldier, was
found guilty on March 0 in the
Balboa Magistrate's Court and
fined $100. ?
Harris paid the fine,' but be be-rnr
rnr be-rnr th five-dftv nerlod in which
he could appeal his case expired
he requested tne line tw return returned
ed returned because he had decided to
appeal the conviction.
The $100 was returned and
permission was tranted by the
lower court to apply the money
towards an appeal oona.
The vovernment today argued
that the ouestion was moot, and
that the soldier's appeal is lost
because Harris paid his fine.
Judge Outnrie F. Crowe era
ed th soldier's attorney, Wood-
row de Castro, a continuance of
the case until next Tuesday In
order that the lawyer might look
up authority to back his rigm
to aDDeal. 1
Harris Is attached to Hq. 7440
Army Unit at Amador.
Frank Jay Gould's
Daughters Inherit
$1C3VCC3 Each
WHITE PLAINS. N.Y.,' April
(UP) The late Frank Jay
Gould left each of his daughters
1100,000 of his estate of more
than $1,050,000, it was revealed
today wnen his wui was iuea
for probate in Surrogates Court
Th hulk of the estate went to
his wife, the former Florence
Lacaze. after about a dozen spe
cific legacies to friends and em
ployes and a legacy or $zuu uuu io
the Institute Prophylactique of
Paris.
The estate has been estimated
. -I- 11 mmmm k&lH.Mk mAMl
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The will noted that Ms two
I daughters hv his first marriage

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Mexico City, Mexico, were amply
provided for In the will of his!
father, the late financier Jay
Ormld.
Under that, they will receive
outright the principal ol tne
trust fund Gould himself inher inherited
ited inherited from his father.
Hoarse Laugh
BOSTON,
April 8 (UP)
Charles W. Olsen
State Sen.
handed, out a prepared state statement
ment statement to all who aoDroached him
tod a v. v
it said: I'm not on speaking
'terms with anyone. Got a ,bad
attack of laryngitis.'

country is $afen Abraham Lincoln.

Family To Move In

Many of the maior events of the
six-day wedding celebration are
planned for outdoors.
Officials of the tiny nrinciDalitv
concentrated on the preparations
for caring for the bride-to-be and
her family now en route from
New York aboard the liner Con Constitution.
stitution. Constitution. Even' after the civil ceremony
April 18, the prince will return to
his villa while the Kellys remain
in the palace that will be the fu future
ture future home of the prince and his
princess.
British Start Ilevr
Ocean Shipping Era
MANCHESTER, England,' April
(UP) The British freighter
Manchester Explorer .sailed with
1,300 tons of general cargo yester
day direct lor the American Great
Lakes to open a new era in ocean
snipping.
une. vessel, first of five .new
ships which will connect the Brit British
ish British industrial Midlands with the
American Middle West, will stop
ai ueveiand, Detroit, Chicago and
Muwaukee in that order.
All five of the ships range, be
tween 2,ooo and 3,ooo tons to ma
neuver the seven canals and (4
locks along the St, Lawrence to
the destinations.
British shippers estimate if will
save them 15 per cent of: their
costs by avoiding! the customary
method of shipping, goods to East
Coast American ports for trans
shipment to the Middle West by
rau.
The new service is the herald
of larger vessels to come once the
St Lawrence Seaway is completed
and the river can carry ships of
deep draft and heavy tonnage.,
The Manchester Explorer is car
rying 100 British motor cars for
delivery to Detroit, heart of the
American automobile Industry. It
also has aboard shipments of bi
cycles, machinery and glass. On
the return voyage it will carry
lard.
Shipping timetables called: for
the vessel to reach Cleveland in
IK davs. with the successive norts
of call reached every. two', days
for the following six days.
12 Cuban Officers
Co On Trial For
Rebel Conspiracy
HAVANA, April S (UP)-Twelve
Cuban army and air force offi officers
cers officers accused of complicity in the
"revolutionary conspiracy", crush-!
ed here this week go on 'rial to today
day today on eharges of conspiracy to
revolt which carries a maximum
penalty of six years' v imprison imprisonment
ment imprisonment Informed ousters said the gov
ernment has decided to drop
charges of treason against the mil military
itary military rebels. Death is the -msnda-
tory punishment for treason under
Cuban military law, t

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After the religious rmmnn
April 19, the newlyweds will sail
aboard Rainier's yacht for a Medi Mediterranean
terranean Mediterranean honeymoon cruise.
'Op:n Sky Prcjo
Stressed In Reply
To Soviet Queriss
LONDON, April (UP) The-1
United States told Russia today
that president Els enhower'i
"open sky" aerial program must
be put Into operation at the
start of anf disarmament in.
spectlon program, informed sour.
ces saia.
Delegate Harold E. Stassen re repeated
peated repeated the American insistence
on the air inspection idea while
replying to "important and in intelligent"
telligent" intelligent" Russian questions a a-bout
bout a-bout the new American program
for step-by-step arms cuts from
the conventional to the nuclear
fields of armaments.
Stassen,' who told' newsmen
that the American plan la open
to suggestions from the other
powers, also was questioned by
Russia on the Big Five veto pow pow-er
er pow-er built into, the American plan,
the sources said. But, there was
no clue to the Soviet answer- to
the proposal. -, -.The
sources said stassen told
the Russians that the plan
would work only if all- major
powers agree; to it. and that It
would be sound practice to es establish,
tablish, establish, a disarmament "system
that would progress only wtih a a-greement
greement a-greement of the bier powers.
Stassen -already has proposed
establishment of test areas- 1n
the United States and Russia for
a tryout of inspection systems.
And the Russians have included,
wth restrictions, the Elsenhower
open sky plan In their own dis disarmament
armament disarmament urogram.
' The Russians were expected to
reply to the American proposals
next week after the three-day
weekend recess.
Zone Fund-Raising;
Drive For Crusade
Of Freedom Begins
The annual Crusade for Free
dom fund-raising campaign is be be-ing
ing be-ing held in the Canal Zone this
month. Funds from the campaign
will be used to support Radio Free
Europe, a network of 29 powerful
transmitters and relay stations lo located
cated located in West Germany and For.
tugal. v
It broadcast news frflm the free1
world to the five key satellite coun countries
tries countries of Czechoslovakia, Poland,:
Hungary, Romania and Bulgaria
behind the Iron Curtain for as
much as 20 hours a day.
Crusade for Freedom funds are
the sole support for Radio Free'
Europe. Each dollar donated
means one minute of truth to the
people behind the Iron Curtain.
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