The Panama American

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

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

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University of Florida
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v VVASHSXGTCN, April 27 (UP) The Housa Ap Ap-prcpriition
prcpriition Ap-prcpriition committee recomrrjended $15,413,CC3 today
; for cperatin expenses of the Canal Zone government for
Fiscal 1S37 '.--;,.'

-
The amount is Jl2,C00 more
' than funds available lor lsoo
but $25O,0CO less than the budg-
... TI- 4nmwlH4 Tannrfc aaM tha.
um recommended includes
$337,500 to cover consolidation
of all flrefighUn? laciiiues in
h 4"iTia1 7.nn including mill-
la tv TASprvntinns and also In
cludes an Increase of $124,500
... for the schools, HDraries ana
ho.mtals In the canal zone.
The committee also -recommended
$3,562,100 for adminis administrative
trative administrative expenses of the Panama
Canal Company during; 1957; a
figure $226,SC0 below funds au authorized
thorized authorized for 1958 and $116,900
less than the budget request,
l:r;:: ::i
h r:!!:! S:v;:.;s
- A middle-aged West Indian
twvant lost her suit to retain
$;nno In postal- savings ahe
claimed a retired Panama Canal
e, nve, Thomas J. Murphy,
gne her as a gift one week be be-foie
foie be-foie he died, ' :
I'
T. (
rirt rrmrt Jude duthrle
Tie -sterdav decided
; C? cvristcpher. a
ter;.i. :a v- -re Riwa to 1.
..nt -rnhv.
' 'When an inventory of personal

effects was taken oi tne npreau
0 employes' property, the West In Indian
dian Indian woman was, asked to ur-
1 ': ..nrfar th pertil.CiWS TO tn

" , A -lUl
;rudge la colon.

i.jtnn tn t.esf.lmnnv she
ratns-d to do this, stating that

: Murphy pave them to her one
h'.fra he d ed nd asked

her to give the certificates to
the American ttmoassy. ouo

; she worked lor tne reuicu

' lean for about iwo yema.

ThP Question as to hether un-

; 4- Tnama law the eift was

' r,DiHora tn he one of Inter vl

vo (gift among living penple) or
...... .n,ti0 io 't civen when

' the donor feels he Is Pbou to

several Panama lawyers as wit wit-nesses
nesses wit-nesses In the U.S. District Court
' at Ancon. It was finallv ascer ascer-.
. ascer-. : .inort that it was a eift Inter

" After a three-day trial the
' judge ruled asainit the woman,
whn vas beln? represented by

attorney V.'oodrow de Castro.
31::
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Li 2 r;j. Z
A rvftttV of sticks and stones
broke out early this morninsr tn
Estudiante street wnen .-i.artnin
i.artnin .-i.artnin tnHpnts from Falhoa
got into a f isht with a erotm of
Panamanians who were puWng
up political posters.
. The three American students,
who were rot identified, reps
ed!y were drinking m te wai wai-Arthnr
Arthnr wai-Arthnr Ear around 2 a.m. when
h irwnm ras.ied by with the
Tf a if.nthts renorted'y ftsked
for a ffjr' posters and after see-
-',)5t thpy were, tore them
tm,nd attempted to tear down
others which were pasted on tne
vail .outside the bar. .
A f ht started and the stu students
dents students rsn across the street arid
thamuplva witil SllCkS
and stones, which they threw at
the grouo of Panamaniars be before
fore before attemrtSn? to leave the a-
rea In a vehicle parsea nearuy.
i However, -the Panamanians
presei the firrht and rrevented
them from driving off until a
radio patrol car anppared on the
scene and arrested the two
gronps.
The students were U'.'.;d until
this rr.on,Jri when the case vas
aired before the Chomllo police
Jude.
n:.r'strae Jul'o r.'f.r'zMf?
said tne salients accepted full
retonsibii.:? for the incident
and were relca'cd after they a a-greed
greed a-greed to pay the tiamaaes incurred.-
v- . : .,
It is understood that the car
the students were using was
badly damaged. ; i

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0 1 tm i 'mi W W 3
To 'C:J T:-:r$'
Sahitafinns t.n thm "ftM Tim
ers" of the Panama Canal or
ganlzation have been sent by
oov. John S. Seybold in behalf
of the people of the Canal Zone
to the Panama Canal society of
Chicaeo for th. nnmin.1 reunion
which will be held May 5.
This Will h the ittnl annual
reunion of the Chicago society,
one of the largest of several
Panama Canal societies which
have chapters throughout the
United States. To be honored at
the meeting will be Gen. Robert
E. Wood, who served during
most of the Canal construction
period and wa Chief Quarter.
master for several years.
The envernnr'n urpptimrt
addressed to Frank & Wichman,
president of the society. Hla let
ter w yvicnman loiiows:
'The neonl nt tha Pan.i
join me in sending warmest
greetings to th Panama ransl
Society of Chicago on the occa-
oiuii oi your 33ra annual reu-
luua, ana parucuiany to Cener-
i v.uua wnom you sre r.-'or-
f.
very ow- i,e eiiorta ty
s. w jou who are active in
continued advancement of
the
oc ety. It would- be a real
inspiration to enjoy the fellow fellowship
ship fellowship of the reunion. I hold the
deepest respect and. admiration
RL record of the Canal's
",u f iraers-.ana, as I near the
completion of my term as governor-president,
I feel qualified
jo give you every assurance that
those actively associated with
tne Canal entemri tivion .r.
keeping faith with the builders
and operator! of bygone yeara,"
Rcinbow City Coy
Cuts Lips In Fell
From Mango Tree
A Rainbow rif.tr hnn foil 'm
feet to the around whil cilmh.
ing for mangoes yesterday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon and is being treated for
a severe cut on his lips at Coco
Solo Hospital. ; ;
The injured hoy Is Albert Phil Phil-Hps
Hps Phil-Hps Jr., 9-year-old son of a San Sanitary
itary Sanitary Division laborer.
He was climbing a tree near
the Rainbow dtv rvm vhn h
fell to the around and wa
knocked unconscious.
He resatnerl rnnsrlnnmc. fcw
the time the doctor and ambu-i
iance naa arrived, and was tak-j
n to the hOSOital tor obara-
tion. ,. .. ...v.

SHOVE v SOBOIEVI SEIJATOnS

WASHINGTON. Anril 57nrm
cnairman James O. Eastland
oi ina senate internal Security
subcommittee demanded yester yesterday
day yesterday that the State Department
oust Russia's top delegate to the
United Nations for fcis part in
the "kidnaping" of five Soviet
seamen.
Eastiiind said he will ask the
subcommittee to "recommend"
that the department expel Ar-
taoy sonoiev.
He was barked nn by subcom
mittee members Sens. WilJiam
E. Jenner (R-Ind.) and Herman
weiker (H-Idaho)
At the Unite d Nations. Russia
denied that Sobolev or any of his
aides had abused their diploma
tic privileges in "arrangme the
derarture" of the five sailors
who returned to their homeland
on April 7.' v
The five were amon? nine
Russian stamen who sorht asy-:
lum in this country after their
ves l vas captured by Chinese
National's.-
Or. of the r.!ne is still In New
York and the other three are in
other t-irts of this country.
The :,ue DTartment Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday ousted t j k "r members
of the Soviet U.N. delation for
their part in the incidsnt. i i
Foboiey wa severely criticied
in

lirwi1 i oemand by t ast-!er,

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NEW TOSX. AprU J7-(fP)
-Ueavywe:fht boxinf cham champion
pion champion Eocky Marciano announc announced
ed announced today he is retiring unde undefeated
feated undefeated "because I want U start
living for my family. A
"I am comfortably fixed and
I am not afraid of the future,"
the tanned and fit looking
champion said as he became
the fourth man in r.!n history
to reta-e without suffering a
single defeat.
Marciano, who had won all
49 of his bouts and successful successfully
ly successfully defended the heavyweight
championship six times, said
he finally succumbed Tester
day to his fanvly's pleadings.
Third Series
Of Salk Shots
Next Veek
Poliomyelitis 1 inoculations will
again be given on a Zone wide
basis next week when third injec
tions will be administered to U.S.-
citizen school children who have
received their second injection pri
or to October 1, 1955. The same
program is planned for the fol following
lowing following week in the Latin Ameri
can schools. c f
Inoculations for preschool chil
dren, who are not included in this
program, are available during reg regular
ular regular hours at Gorgas Hospital and
Coco Solo Hospital Out Patient
Medical Clinics, Gamboa Medical
Clinic or the aid stations located
in the various communities. ; r
While The program next weak
Is Inttndtd primarily for she ad administration
ministration administration of the third -injac-tiims
to childran who were vac-
c' H r-5ir t Oetr 1, 1?5S,
i t i f, ., fii I
their t.rst er sacend S k vaccina-iniactiont
at this time.
The children will be taken by
classes to the vaccination centers
which will be established in each
school. A vaccination team, con consisting
sisting consisting of a physician and nurses,
will visit each school at scheduled
hours and with the assistance of
the school nurses, will administer
the inoculations. The dependents
of Armed Forces personnel, how however,
ever, however, will be excused from school
at noon Thursday, May 3, and
will receive their vaccinations at
the post dispensaries, -all of which
will conduct the program begin
ning at 1 p.m.
The Salk vaccine injections win
be free of charge. Written consent
will be required for children re-
ceving their first injections. Those
receiving second or third Injec
tions will tie required to produce
the blue card or immunization reg
ister showing the date of their
previous vaccinations
Tne vaccinations lor dependents
of non-military personnel will be
gin at the various schools at the
following hours: Ancon Scheoi,
Wednesday, May 2, beginning at
J:30 a.m.; Diablo Heights Elemen Elementary
tary Elementary School, Wednesday, May 2,
beginning at 1 p.m.; Balboa Ele Elementary
mentary Elementary School, Thursday May S,
beginning at 8:30 a.m.; Balboa
Junior High School, Friday, May
4, beginning at 8:30 a.m.; St. Ma Mary's
ry's Mary's Parochial School, Friday,
Cont:nued on Page 12)
ouster of Sobolev or nt.hr Tfletri.
bers of the U.N. Soviet delegation
wuuiq ninjfe on now they con conduct
duct conduct themselves in the future.
They made clear the formal
rebuke was the only action plan planned
ned planned against Soboley now.
Some officials also expressed
interest in a groun of four wom women,
en, women, particularly a long-hatred
"mysterious blonde" who Joined
some 20 Russian men in giving a
send-off to the five seamen
Soviet Sailors
MCCOW. Anril 27 mm
Five Emsian sailors, considered
in the United States to be the
victims of a "political kidnap
ing," saw yesterday American!
officials- tried "all means" to
force them to stay la New York!
against, uieir Win.
They read a nrenarad .tar.
ment to nearly ion newsman in
which they said they returned
to Russia wlillnply after they
wcro warnea in me united states
that "aU kinds of horrors and
even death" awaited them at
home.
The five seamen were among
Kiuup or nine who sought po-
the Tuapse, was seized bv

Let the people I now the trtlh end the

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b

1
Arabs Would
Take Red Ai
Against Israel
TEANECK. N. J.. Aoril 27
(UiTj Ube Jordan delegate to the
umiea nauoas saui iaai meut tne
AraDs wui accept jtuosiao cupport
u u u aeeaea io stem lsraeu ex
pansion." v ...
or. Ail Othman. also chief Arab
uaison omcer to tne VH, told a
tau.cuy auuieace at Jiairieiebi;
Dicsanson College, "if tne Ar.os
iinu tnat their survival depenas up-
ira me support oi tne boviet Union
tney win accept tnat suppori."
unman saia: "mere is no oth
er cnoice. we are going to ore-
veni me expansion oi Israel.
ummans speech betore more
than 300 persons was greeted with
a mixture ox applause ana lau.nt-
er. ,..-,.;...
Othman. wha wa mAuetA at
tha Amarican Uniwariitw af C'u
re, said it was "ridkuious...and
was an act ef assrassion that
th.y (the Jewi) should call Pal Pal-.ettine
.ettine Pal-.ettine their home.
"Arab natiom at first antra ton
weak to resist Zionism ha M i
"but as individuals they had re resisted
sisted resisted it from the first."
He said there were Arabs in Pal
estine "before thera wpra lew nn
the face of the earth," v
Meanwhile, Y.N. secretary een-
eral Dag Hammarskjold sounu'd
out Lebanon today m a proposal
ID f 1 S Cnn" t v
ije I N. leader flew to Beirut
yesterday after talking the same
idea over with Jordan leaders m
Amman. He was due to ily back
'.: 4
An Egyptian government spokes-:
man saia yesterday in Cairo ;hat
Hammarskjold bad submitted to E-
gypt the draft of a three-point a a-greement
greement a-greement he wanted to negotiate
between Israel and the four Arab
sates on its border, Egypt, Jordan,
t,eoanon ana yria. I ;
The agreement called for loint
Arab-lsraeU irontier patrols, U.N.
observation posts at critical points
along the borders aad an increase
in the number of U. N. truce ob observers.
servers. observers. 4 ..,
Military Housing j
Survey Of Rents j
UnderyaylnZone
A survey of mUitary housing
rentals in the Canal Zone Is under underway.
way. underway. r .-,. v ? .,.
The re-evaluation of rental
charged for military and civUian
quarters is required every three
years by the government, accord according
ing according to a Caribbean Command
spokesman who today confirmed
that the survey is in progress.
; Tt is expected that military
and civilian personnel occupying
such housing will be advised nf th
new rental schedule in the near
luiure, ne added.

GET STATE DEPARTMENT 110

when they left Idlewild airport.
They speculated the women
might have been used to "lure"
the sailors. ? v
Officially, the State Depart Department
ment Department had a flat "no comment"
on the ouster demands from the
three senators.
State Drrartment press offi officer
cer officer Lincoln White also declined
to comment on the stories told
by the seamen at the Moscow
news conference.
Say US Tried
They returned to Russia early
this month.
Although there was evidence at
their living quarters in the Vew
xors- area tnat at least-4 of the
five seamen left for Russia on
snort notice, they said the entire
plan was preconceived.
They said the crewmen of the
Tuapse were mistreated by Chi
nese nationalists and that they
worked out a scheme to return
home when American agents
"tried all sorts of filthy meth methods
ods methods to persuade us to choose the
soralled free way of life."
"In order to return tn tha Sn.
viet Union we agreed among
ourselves to sign a statement
askine for asylum in the United
States," they said.
At the same time we secretly

ccury u Ahrahcm Lincoln.

V" '' v : (NEA Radio-Telephoto)
THE NEW LOOK? Soviet Premier Nikolai Bulganln strikes
a prayerful attitude during his visit to Birmingham, England.
Communist Party chief Nikita Khrushchev, who accompanied
Bulganin, was in a less benign mood as he said: "We have seen
f lists shaken at us. Never shake your fist at a Russian.":

Ssnators Hopi Britain

ill Nix
WASHINGTON. Anril 27 fUP)-l
senators today expressed hope that
Britain will stand firm in rejecting
an enticing soviet bid to buy stra strategic
tegic strategic good.' ..
Sen. John L. McClellan (D-Arfc.)
called the Soviet offer to buy $2.8
billion of British goods in the next
five years an effort "to ensnare
our 'strongest ally" into undenmin-
mg trade restrictions on strategic
materials. ,',,v
Sen Henry M. Jacksoa (0 (0-Wash.)
Wash.) (0-Wash.) warned a British deci decision
sion decision to accept' the trade offer
might have a serious impsct oa
U.S.' foreign aid appropriations.
The Commerce Department last
night freed about 700 non-strategic
items including castor oil and bras
sieres for uncontrolled trade with
the Soviet bloc.
However, Secretary of Commerce
Sinclair Weeks emphasized the li
nked States will continue to ban
shipments of strategic goods to
Communist nations.. 1
The Russians submitted the big
trade Offer during the "little sum
mit" talks in London. Nearly half
of the vast shopping list involved
strategic Items.
A British statement regarding
the offer was considered tanta tantamount
mount tantamount to rejection. t -j-Vi
The freeing of the non-strategic
items was the second major re
laxation oi East-west trade since
the start of the cold war.
Eastland, at Tupele, Miss, for
a speech, said he will ask the In Internal
ternal Internal Security subcommittee to
'make a recommendation to the
State Department" that Sobolev
ue expeuea. xne subcommittee
nas oeen investigating the inci incident.
dent. incident. Eastland said Sobolev had ob obviously
viously obviously "violated his functions,
duties and responsibilities as a
uiuiuiiiuuc reDresentAt.lv tn
the U.N."
To Hold Them
pledged to each other that noth nothing
ing nothing would deter us In our desire
to return home."
The five said they were taken
to the United states with four
other seamen, where they were
placed in cusody of "so-called
wards from the World Church
Service.". ; I
" They lived in the New York a-
rea, where they said they were
surrounded bv agents and per persons
sons persons hostile to the Soviet Un Union."
ion." Union." "We soon realized it would not
be easy to get away," they snid.
mey saia tney finally con-
tacted a member of the Sovietl
ucresauun to me unr.ea Na-.
tions, at whose home all five'

. si.Mt wwui Biomenj'! me recoras were. Uiougn, since the
Welcome.- .. II.K.I. r,

Ued ;iraue uiu

It fulfilled' a pledge made by
President Eisenhower at 1 a s t
year s Geneva conference to try
to "create conditions" that would
increase world, trade in non-strategic
items. ; i.,:;
1' ; 'J:' --. h :'''
The list covered 5T categories
of goods which VS. businessmen
henceforth may' sell to thej, Euro European
pean European Soviet bloc without export
Lcenses. Heretofore licenses were
required for shipment of any item
to the Soviet bloc. j
Weeks emphasized that the
United Mates will continue to ban
shipments Of strategic goods to
Communist nations and retain its
total embargo on all shipments to
Communist China and North Ko
rea.
; Items on the decontrol list in included
cluded included beverages, rubber prod-,
ucts, drugs, dental equipment,
toys, optical goods, barber and
beauty supplies, linen handker handkerchiefs,
chiefs, handkerchiefs, writing paper, office e-
.quipment, bicycles, milk of mag magnesia
nesia magnesia and brooms. . 4 ;
. Not Included were some items
most commonly exported to 'the
Soviet bloc, including tobacco leaf,
hybrid corn and farm machinej-y.
Officials said licenses will still
be required for these because "We
want to keep a close watch on what
goes out in these categories
CCwSwCat Sttaaa icns
Fcr Du!fcr Prince i
LONDON. April 27 (UP)- Brit
ain's Royal and official families
Were laden today with expensive
gifts from the Soviet Union's visit visiting
ing visiting leaders. ; ; ;
Premier Nikolaf Bulganin and
Communist Party chief Nikita S
Khruschev presented Prime Minis
ter sir Anthony Eden with a pic
ture of a steamer on the Volga riv river,
er, river, a lacauered box with his own
picture set in the lid and a marble
desk set 1 : ;
Queen Elizabeth, Princess Mar Margaret
garet Margaret and Lady Eden got s a b 1 e
stoles.
Sir Winston Churchill received a
seascape and long-playing records.
The Duke of Edinburgh and
Prince Charles got Cossack stal
lions and Princess Anne a bear cub
named "Nikki."
The two top Russians also pre-
Sented to Eden on behalf of the
Sw'M government a gold and ilv-:
er bx bearing a picture of
the
House of Commons. Foreign sec secretary
retary secretary Selwyn Lloyd received a
landscaped painting. 1
For the town hall at Oxford, the
Russians brought two dozen rec records
ords records and a lacquered box orna-
mented with a picture of Moscow
university.
No one at town hall xnew whut
weie yiiMKu in Aussian,

Ask British Aic

In Patching
Feud' With-US

LONDON.' Aoril 27 am

on.Brirain today to help ease Russia's relations with ths

to the Middle East. :
Soviet Premier Nikolni
, r .
conference Prime Minister
invitation tn Vicit Mnrnu.

- u sum me visir wouia De Ot th&
utmost importance to Soviet and British relations."
, ou'gon"; ond Soviet Communist leader Nikita S."
NhrUShchev eft London fnr Pnrtem,.U l ...

press conference to board a Soviet cruiser for home, and
end their ten-day visit to Britain. j

They made five maior ooint in
an ou-mtnuie news couieience in
wuica xtuigtuiin uU iimiun u' w
Uie uuiu; ',t
: U chumi ims accepted an invita invitation
tion invitation 10 Visit HduSCUMT nut inn nr
lias not oeen set because oi uie
pi ess ot his ouiciat ouues.
4i. lue isoviei ouion ts shifting
its position on disarmament trom
its cirrent policy of discussing i-
2. Khrushchev said !:ii5u u ran
dy to enter an undertakins to
arms shipments to the Middle East
if an agreemene can be reached
through the United Nations "or
VUiei Wise. 54 if
4. Bulganin called on Britain to
neip me .Russians improve rela relations
tions relations with the United States and
said they "regretted the Soviet-American
relations were "far from
sufficiently normal."
5. Bulganin said the time as
come to throw out the West's stra
tegic goods embargo because "it
(Kb School Kids
17i.-.l tl:rn:2:3
On Svin.n.,a'li Ccnil
A yOUne Unto aphnnlhnv
his girl friend want to swim the
ranama canal but they have
no way to get here. First off,
however, he wants to know how
uiucn it costs. ;
. m.. ... 1
. i ne project seems tn have
sumed some conseauence s he
says in a letter to Canal int.
norities that it concerns most of
bis ciass at school..
Of the many strange ami n.
usual requests and inquiries that
are received from week to week
at Balboa Heights, his 1 e 1 1 e r
taxes some sort of prize maybe
a free swim through the Panama
Canal. His letter addressed to the
Panama. Canal Service with a
"to whom it may concern" salu salutation
tation salutation follows; v-'-; -.. -.
I would, like to know hnw
much it would cost to swim the
ranama Canal. Patsy Oapsaddle
aaa i would like to swim It.
We don t have a wav to eet
here. Will you be kind enough to
answer our letter. This concerns
mast of our class." ..
(signed) Terri Devon and class.
Perhaps because of aee and not
"ffluence, the letter Was written
r him by another friend, Cyn Cyn-iia
iia Cyn-iia Ferrell. ; -' ; -: .. ;
A reply has been duly forward forwarded
ed forwarded to Terri saying that there
would be no actual cost in swim
ming the Canal, but there might
be some difficulty in obtaining
permission or some expenses in
hiring a boat to accompany him
and Patsy, that is. to say of
course, if they find a, way to get
here.
Jimmy Angel Shows
Some Imorovement
Jimmy Angel, well-known fly flyer
er flyer throughout Latin America
who was stricken with a severe
case of pneumonia has shown
some improvement today at Gor Gorgas
gas Gorgas Hospital where he has been
In an oxygen tent.
Hospital officials snM thm c.
year-old pilot had regained con
sciousness tor the first time, and
was generally feaiinw "mh
better."
Angel was evacuated bv a res
cue airplane
i. Hl
from David

last

isaturday.

ti.. r

RiiLnn; u t'.j j
iwiu u fuiiiuicu news
Anthony Eden had accepted an
4.J I.L. r r..
is4 product of the Cold War" an
invited British businessmen to
find practical and delicate ways
to back out of the American-back-ed
embargo. v
Aftep. the news conference i the
Russians sped to Victoria Station
TrZZ barded their sncci.a
train for the British naval base C
Portsmouth.
Erlon am) f-. n , r
faid, "we u.w do f
that relations with
States improve."
r j,-,
te
Visit Stateside?
-Very Interesting
Says Khrushchev
LONDON. AnriTrr mibi r.
viet Premier Nikolai Bui g i n i n
"m farty chief Nikita 5
thJU8h1Cn,r today when asked l
tneir press conference' whe t h e r
Ss d t0 Vi8it Unite I
Khrushchev, seeing the grinnir
Bulganin pointing a thumb his v.-a
smiled and said, "The Unite
try.S Very faterestim fot I
I ihjs drew a lsugh
bers of the oress
.4 "Anl who wo"ld not like to
Vi;.
11 ,ne nas business
Khrushchev added.
there?"
k More laughter reaUy warmr
uim up. .
-."Our people have a great d--ire
to visit the United States b f
unfortunately there-have been r.I
es when even Dnnl iuhn k,.-
been invited there hava nm 1 i
granted permits to do so" I
said. '.
"Recently permits were not ev even
en even given to a trroun nf
to visit the United States. Perh
mere was a fear they would c j ;
up something besides cutlets."
?J35JOf TheTirnc:
LONDON. Aoril 27 7trp ir,.
bert William Belcher, 67, succr -fully,
defended himself in ri.
today for his use of the Queen's
fcngnsh and ChurchiUian sign
language in connection with t
tour of Russia's leaders.
Belcher, a small, arav-hairr.l
grocer's assistant- who wore a
red-white-and-blue ribbon in 1 s
lapel listened while police te-
ed in Bow Street court that t
ran in front of the Russian-,
car yesterday, "gesticulated n
iy with his hand and shoi. ;
"you old ..M
The defendant became i n d i
nant on the stand.
"I used my hand to give t
V-sign," he said, "And shout t
'Three cheers for Buleanin.' I
can't tell you the other name V -cause
I haven't got an inters
er." ,-' -- '...-
The charge of using in i!:
words and behavior was d. n -sed.
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'Sir:

I Secretary of State John foster Dulles has changed his. view

i on NATO (The North Atlantic Ttreaty Organization) according to

i his latest press conference. While he cheers himself and generous-
I 1 fnolivriac U7aef am Alliaa tnr allaffarl "rntri car vain. h also r.on-

?cedes that somethine needs to Be
Characteristically this waa

General creuntrier'ana tfie threat mat natu nvgni diow tin in
his faee. I sav characteristically because it involves Mr. Dulles';

.foreign policy of "trial and error," which unfortunately is-toa

heavy oa the error side.

' Mr. Dulles was lukewarm on NATO when it was first proposed
to him as a State Department consultant In 1948, under Gsn.
'George Marshall. So his recent statement is not aecepted as a
chanee of heart but as a trial balloon, presumably to see how Seh Seh-'ato?
'ato? Seh-'ato? know'and and other Republican reactionariesand Isolation Isolationists
ists Isolationists react. Hence do not be surorised if. he tikes it all back in a

subsequent speech or press conference.

; But the question Is important

Foreiim Minister Plneau last mown expressea nis "Utter aisav,re aisav,re-mnfc"
mnfc" aisav,re-mnfc" with Western noliev as It has recently been conducted un

der United States leadership. His statements to the Anglo-Amerl-pn
ps Associatiort' in Paris, indicated that lack of political

solidarity amon? the NATO powers, particularly France,,Great

Britain ana the u.s.. is tnreatenmn to wean up tne amance.
Pineau indicated the loss of popular support bv stressing too
much the military asoects of security and neglecting peace ind

leconomic development. a ,
His reference to "security at miv price"1 was tken by many
!Euron-an crltios of U.S. foreign policy as a slap at Dulles! "pacto "pacto-manla":
manla": "pacto-manla": makln? mtMnrv alliances not supported by common
'economic or political interests. J
! If NATO breaks up or Vdrys up," as Mr. Dulles suggests, the
European aUles of the US. (and thia hem'sohere) will hve po
!choic but to make sepwate deals with Soviet Rssi.r Now, if
Knowland H al do not oblect too strongly. Mr. DuUes iritnte
place more emphasis on the neglected Art'de 2 of NATO. Thw
I article refers to "promoting conditions of stability and well-being,"
and ask for elimination of "conflicts, in the International econ econ-!omi
!omi econ-!omi noliciK' of the member States,
I Italy's President Gronhi on recent visit to the U.S. toin a
Joint session of Congress that NATO should be brought Intm line
with today's realities. "Military co-operation,' he said "continues
to be very imrortnt today but it should be snonlemnted with
Jrew nd 'imaginative forme of cp-ooeration." Lester B. Pearson,
,Candian Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs takes the ame

position as President oroncm. ''
' But Mr. DIlfis' disagreed 'with "President Gronchl in a press
conference held the same day the distinguished Italian visitdr was
artdressin Congress. I hope that this was mere coincidence and
vilhout den. But Mr. Dulles carries on much of his diplomatic
.exchsno r- -.leec and press conferences instead of trfou
?:cr"'' ,r .ri mini'rt'" t' st'
s 'I :s i 3 sa! j: j "s,
r "Mr t can be i. t vi h probably n re t -a.y I. i.
!T,iiai.oiis other tuna the North Atlantic liealy OiWiUation.
The membership of the North Atlantic Treaty was nicked prima primarily,
rily, primarily, I would say, for strategic and military considerations and
not economic considerations."
; The foregoing is almost completely the reverse of Mr. Dulles'
newlv announced attitude. I sav "Mr. Dulles' attitude," because I
wonder whether President" Kisenhower will read the press report
or whether anybody will tell him about it.
' Of course, this Is not the first time Mr. Dulles has had to to
Into, reverse. It is often difficult to tell just how his 'gears ro
meshed, whether in forward, reverse or neutral.
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This column has been prepar prepared
ed prepared by Victor Eiesel i stall iol iol-kowing
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the stricken columnist.)
One casualty of the fight against
corruption and racKetuerinz in
side labor will have to be an idio idiosyncrasy
syncrasy idiosyncrasy of AFL-CIO president
George Meany his refusal to ac
eept any registered mail addressed
to aim.
This quirk is not of recent vin
tage. Unionized letter carriers
have hauled back countless regis
tered letters that Meany wouldn't
accept. Unfortunately, in recent
months, these have included doc
umentation by rank-and-file union
members of unethical practices
These duespayers have been stym stymied
ied stymied on all sides in their fight for
decent unionism and literally have
no on to whom they can turn
except labor's top officials
In a sworn deposition a few
years ago Meany spelled out his
odd aversion to accepting regis
tered letters and told questioners
that one of his reasons was to
sidestep people who might be try
ing to pin him down for "ulterior
motives."
Latest instance of Meany's mis
sive ducking took place during the
first week in April. Leaders of the
reform group of Local 138 of the
Operating Engineers Union
in Long Island who have been
battling the DeKoning Dynasty
which, from father to son, has
carried the union in its hip pock pocketsmailed
etsmailed pocketsmailed the details of their
many allegations to Washington.
This is a hot case that has at attracted
tracted attracted -national .attention. N e 1 1
week the National Labor Relations
Board and a local court .will
begin hearings on it. The boys were
seeking Meany's aid, for they be believe
lieve believe him to he a sincere and hon honest
est honest man.
Oi April 3, the plea for help
was returned marked "refused."
These union members had every
reason to expect Meany's backing
or, at the very least, nis earnest
interest, despite the fact that they
had gotten no replies to a prior
letter to January 1955 and two
telegrams, one in February and an another
other another in December of 1955.
Their optimism was based on a
reply they had gotten to a regis registered
tered registered letter they had sent to Al
J. Hayes, president of the Inter International
national International Assn. of Machinists and
head of the AFL-CIO's Ethical
Practices Committee. Hayes, in
response to their letter of March
14, 1956, told "them to contact
Meany. He said that the. stnicai
Practices Committee could not act
on their complaints until instruct
ed to do so by the national leaders
ofthe AFL-CIO. V:.v
Aula was ti, luer uiuugui. &i ui
head of the Ethical Prtctices Com Committeewhich
mitteewhich Committeewhich would uitimatPly be
e agency, to act on such com complaints
plaints complaints told them to follow this
procedure, they were certain to
get action.
What they got was more of the
samesilence.
Meany is a much harassed man
these dava Ha is wrestlinf with
knotty problems of jurisdictional
fuhts within the newly merged la
bor federation. He is trying to
come to grips with the thorny ra
cial question' whica nas KnocKeo
out all southern organising cam
paigns for the time being. And he
is battling the Teamster alliance
witn the corrupuon-corrooea inter
national Longshoremen's Assn.
But none of these headaches
compare with the challenge posed
by his postal pnooia. f or ms un un-avilabtlity
avilabtlity un-avilabtlity and the discourage discouragement
ment discouragement it creates among the rank-and-file
members who seek de decency
cency decency in unionism strikes at the
verv finer of all legitimate labor.
DeKoning, his family-controlled
union, his past police record or
his father's, his tight-fisted, un undemocratic
democratic undemocratic rule and his attempts
to silence opposition are, id one
sense, secondary.
The DeKonings and. their ilk can
be dealt with. The big question
now for Meany to answer is:
Where can union members, ready
and willing to fight even at per personal
sonal personal risk for clean, decen un unions,
ions, unions, turn for help?
The Ethical Practices Commit Committee,
tee, Committee, by its own admission, is help helpless
less helpless to act without Meany and
the Executive Council. The union
members can t go to Meany.
To whom CAN they turn for
help?
. On May 1, when Meany con convenes
venes convenes the emergency session of
the AFL-CIO Executive Council to
consider the Teamster-ILA pact,
he would do well to kee- the meet meeting
ing meeting going until some method of
operation is established to aid the
little guys who want tt help him!
clean house.

PtlTFD HEROES-While
8EK. Hfi!$T

-toi&v
w!r n Bono f leftt and
MAN ABOUT TOWN
, Barbara Hutton and her 6th hus husband
band husband issued a joint denial about
divorce rumors. But society in insiders
siders insiders 'tear lawyer Jose de la Sipr.
ra (he arranged her abrogation
from Igor Troubetskoy) is hand handling
ling handling it in Mexico, where she need
not appear ... The Jane Mans
neia uapi. it. KODertsoB "To-
mance" can be nut in auotes. Her
No. 1 Guy is Hollywood's Nick
Kay . Martha Rave's ex-eronm
N. Condos and his new mate have
written an unhappy ending to their
very young merger . Mae West,
according to the Latin-Quarter
backstage tct-tchat is completely
gone over "Mr. Universe" of her
all-male cast Peter Arno won
a hefty settlement from Columbia
Pictures for piratinc his famed
carioon-cnaracters lor their "Sis-:
ter Eileen", ads i v Mexican star
Cantinflas. and Selena Walters, the
International fern me fatale, have
the cables all tied up with their
fush .. Anita Ekberg's fiance,
ritish actor Anthony Steele, has
oeen nit with a breach-of-pledge-suit
by a London lass.
V "'B ti'wuu .luiwci. iU V "i
fas for his r" "-ends most of
tie time i, -g Distance
phone to h. ., which is
where M. Monroe works ... Julie
("My Fair Lady") Andrews' Black
Magic escort- is Jersevite L. Kan-
ter ; The Tony Curtis-J a n e t
Leigh image is due June 15 v t
Dolores Dora fFranchot Tone'a
flame No. 44642) is swaooins babv-
talk with L. Goulandris. Greek
shipping heir ... Met star Itobert
Merrill and his wife hope it's a
soprano ,, Dick Contino appar apparently
ently apparently is over the Leigh Snowden
apanacne Audrey uowney1 a ve
gas phone on. is now The One .
Lord Henry Audley and Iris Flores
have the Chandler's set sure it's
Love ... Society is still talking
about the spifflicated behavior of
a top femma U.S. official at the
formal affair given for Spain's
Foreign Minister on the Starlight
Movie star Richard Greene flew
from Yurrop for a one-night date
with "Miss Sweden of '55" (Zahra
Norbo) and wasted 3 hours dining
at the Eden Roc Club ... Uni Universal
versal Universal Pictures prexy Milton Rarh Rarh-mil
mil Rarh-mil and Judy Gershwin (ex-wife
of Arthur Gershwin) are a many-splendored-thing
...Sonja Henie's
new beaumance is Eric Ludborn,
one of the new Fremont Hotel (Ve (Vegas)
gas) (Vegas) concessioners... Mrs. Dela Dela-van
van Dela-van Smith (nee Pat Ward) attends
night school for a high-school dip diploma.
loma. diploma. Dodger pitcher Billy Loes
and model Tarn lark are making it
a habit... Guy Mitchell tays the
untrumors (linking him with Jack
iraft!
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Josef Stalin is getting the bum's rush by the Moscow bigwigs,
jun, in s-nand market in Home .They

rber r? rrr General
the "Lion of Africa" Marshal Rodolpho Graaani (center).

ie Lbughery, bis ex-wife) are up-'
setting his harem . Ex-Ambas
sador to France D. Bruce and his
wife just learned their dghtr Aud Audrey
rey Audrey has been Mrs. Stephen Currier
for a long time . Add feuds:
Georgia Gibbs and thrush LaVerne
Baker
- The Jack Lemmons (actress Cyn-
ima awnej miormea tneir mends
of the news before the Hollywood
scriveners' got it. Mailed brief
notes announcing their "amicable
separation" ... Judith Allen Cher
pater is veep of the Chase-Manhattan
Bank) and George Puilman
Drake will wed soon ...' Capt.
Robert MacDonald, handsome air airlines
lines airlines pilot,-and his wife Mary se secured
cured secured a sotto-voce division ; . De Despite
spite Despite the Crime Commission's
probes on phone-tapping (which
tcawicu ui several coDviciionsj me

th brMS rwi8hing,l?ig?;!playe1 MiamiBeach and Vegas

than ever ,. Chateau Madrid
beauty .Jean Powers has been
spoken lor by a Wall Streeter k. .
Air Force Captain Blair Chotzinoff,
ex-B'way colyumist, weds- Gloria
Steinem of Wash, (and Smith Col College)
lege) College) in Sept. . Wasn't there a
one punch knockout between a
Blue Angel attraction and his mgr?
The latter throwing the urpercut.
. ir v 1 1 &. s
Humphrey Bogart, whose recent
surgery cost him considerable
weight, has retrieved only half-a-pound.
He beat one of -the tough
est raps . Rebecca West, Brit-'
am s irst .aoy of Letters (and
No. 1 in the life of H.G. Wells), is
at Carlton House . Princess Au
drey, Diordiadze (of the wealthy
Emery clan, Cincinnati) has. sold
her Palm Beach manse to Con Con-suelo
suelo Con-suelo Vanderbilt Balsan. Reviving
the rumors she will wed Prince
Pierre (of Monaco). He is Rai-
nier's papa ... William Brinkley's
book, "Don't Go Near the Water"
(due in the summer), will be a
Book-of-the-Month .?obo Rocke Rockefeller,
feller, Rockefeller, fearful of phone-taps, has
special wiring concealed , New
film team already contracted:
Gary Grant and. Clifford Odets.
Next year ... Dee Drummond
(her typography matches Gina'sj
ano Anitas) and song publisher
Duka Niles dream together at Ma Mabel
bel Mabel Mercer's s;jt.
Tsllulah's tantrums In Boston
have aged '."Follies" chief Richard
Kollmar . .' Leonard Slllman's
"New Faces" revusical will in include
clude include T.C. Jones. A female imper impersonator
sonator impersonator ... Chris White of "Hat "Hatful
ful "Hatful of Rain" has Philly steelionaire
D. Newman neglecting his money
. ... "Ziegfeld Follies" dancer Matt,
Mattox just got his California di divorce.
vorce. divorce. His next will be Jean Ca-

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pies of "Damn Yankees' . Vien-
nese Lantern pianist Fred Spiel
man composed the Ames freres'
new RCA-Victor torchant: "It Only
Hurts for a Little While" V .Bev .Bev-eny
eny .Bev-eny Dean, the Velvet Club thrush,
is Joe DiMaggio's cousin . .
George' James (4 coins) and Cop Cop-cutie
cutie Cop-cutie Carol Pascal are suffering
awful. He's in Toledo ... Wash
ington legislators believe they have
enough votes to cut the 20 p.c. night
club tax in nan.
Nat (King) Cole has over 400
editorials (aU over the nation;
commendinz his dignified behav
ior ia Alabama. Ironically, the only
raps came from Negro papers t
cause "he consented to appear be
fore segregated audiences." If they
were consistent they'd have to
blast every Negro entertainer whoj
Winifred Pyle. Captain of the
Scotch Girl Pipers (in the recent
Latin Q. shows), becomes a bride
May 12th. At Essex, England.' He
is Chester Stanley of Penn ,'.
Bobo Rockefeller and Prince Serge
nhnlpnskv had them gaping at the
Pygmalion .'. Louis Johnson (of
the Nfwhn!";e r"""r') r'" lpt; h
I i i i v
i'u...eruii! t.jji'.y ... bli'.n'
tflpvee Det. Georeiana Carhart
(she was the life of "Life Begins
at 80"), needs har friends now.
Our-Girl Friday -will supply her
address.
pirifland'a atar. Carmen" Mac
Rae, becomes ta bride next Sab-
bath, lxe Isaacs, ner dssb, jwayer,
Good Housekeeping's top story,
"The Lie," was auth'd by Sulvia
na: who wrota-the lovely word-
age for hte smash song,;s "Too
Young.!' The Big Wedding inspired
a new chune tagged: "L Wouldn t
Give Up A Moment wiw uuui
Thousand Weddings in Monaco.
inh ram on. now) Sarah
rhnri-hill wil do an Ed Mur-(
row with her own "Person-to-Per-son"
for BBC ... The planned
"Show Boat" spectacular may not
be done. Because a white man
weds a-mulatto. The network fears
Southerners will boycott the spon
sors . Tom Dix (son ot me iaie
film star Richard Dix) and MGM
starlet Janet Lake are rehearsing
the I-Do's 4 . Cecil B. DcMiUe's
"The Ten Commandments' hasi
cost 12 million to-date and isn't
fimihart vt ... After 1 years on,
TV "Mama" fades in the fall for
. "Watt Point" ...
a urn sulci -
Ralph Fay's all-white bands were
refused service in a Baltimore pub,
-atprine- onlv to Negroes ... The
reason no old shoes were thrown
at Margaret Truman a weaamg:
The Democrats arc wearing them
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AS:;:XGTCN Hilda Marie'
Marks, the little old larfv ui.v
I k a te-T?orry sansation
"1U1 penormance oi ar
son and old lace at the White
f"sej might still be scattering
lighted matches around except
fur- a pair of black high-button
shoes.
Mrs. Marks left "a trail of neat,
as she wandered
through the White House and its
adjacent executive offices. How.
ever, no one gave the sweet, in-
wuapnuuu! am iaay a second
glance. While guards snuffed out
the first blaze in a Whits Hn
overstuffed chair, she slipped off
m we excitement, undetected and
uu!u!pei;it?a. ;
Only eyewitness in fho ii Km.
pened to be present when Mrs1.
Marus set ner second fire in a
ladies' room. But all the witness
saw of Mrs. Marks was her black,
hlh-buttnn shnet nndor a ctiW
.By this time, the Secret Ser-
vice. i tn. ann i.pnorQi sin ...
Administration had been called in
on the case. GSA pumsWa trmir
over the" search in the executive
ouices Duuding, which comes un under
der under their jurisdiction.
With th hiPh.h.
the only clue, they began looking
iui uie type or person wno might
wear them. A lady investigator,
Summoned to the scene after tha
fire in the ladies' room, Spotted
airs, wants, a close pees was
taken at her shoes, and she was
promptly arrested. .
JNote: Mrs Marks continued to
give investigators a hot tima whiia
she was beins atietinnrf. Tn ha.
iween answers, sne caimiy set two!
mure iires oy tienimg wadded tis
sue paper. ;
HUMPHREY SWITCHES
.' '..'' '.v''.-' .'::. t:
It Wasn't unnnntpft tn looV nut
but Secretary of the Treasury
Humphrey tacitly admitted he
Dlaved Dolitics bv pyemnlino firm.
ers from the federal gas tax.
In the past, Humphrey had op opposed
posed opposed the exemption for farmers
which will cost the Treasury (and
save the farmers) an estimated
tuu,uuu,uuu a year, since this is an
election year, however, Humphrey
suddenly changed his mind He
actively camoaimed for! tha
emptiott, which was passed by
congress ana signed cy the Presi President
dent President a few days ago.
i UH ir ...i
iucaiiwuue, 5 xiumpnrey s testi testimony
mony testimony behind closed doors of the
nouse ways no Means Commit Committee
tee Committee has :never been made public.
At that tirrte Viroinia't ('nnnrotc.
man Burr Harrison asked the
treasury secretary why he sud suddenly
denly suddenly wanted to lift the gasoline
lax on larmers.
Humphrey started to renlv thon
stopped abrupUy. A sly smite
spread -across his face, and he
Penan 10 MM-"!, I 1? CO"1"1, "1
AID FCS OLDSTERS
Illinois' handsome congressman
am xaies may De a spanking lad
of onlv 4fi veara. hut he'a aarmiiclv
concerned about the old folks in
mis country. ..w':.5.-;
Yates DomtS out that thn nar
centage of older persons was only
4 ner, cent in l.Km hut tnriav hae
climbed to almost 10 per cent.
High time, says Hep. Yeates, for
Uncle Sam to do something about
creating a "Bureau of Oldef Per-
sons" in tha nvavrnmartt
wv.. 111 M.V jVI V1U1UVUV4
. The Illinois Democrat has intro introduced
duced introduced a bill to do just that.
- "The eolden years can ha tha
glorious years," he continues, but
oniy it mere is action to solve
problems like the following:
-Work opportunities denied to 60
per cent of America's elderly men
and 91 per cent of elderly women.
-Median .income today of only
ao a year tor widowed men and
women who live apart from their
families.'' '; s
Scuttlinff hv TnnffrAea last vaar
of hjusing legislation that would
have provided 10,000 urgently
Deeded public dwelling units for
persons over oa.
nouammant laitnra tn. artanit
139,000,000 appropriated by Con-
Monetary Matters7
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3 Nautical term
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5 Painful
I The French
franc is used
17 Mountain pool
18 Compass point Algeria
19 Carpentry 7 Mother of
term
Apollo
8 Wager
9 Biblical
mountain
10 Charterers
21 Rot flax by
exposure
22 Doctor's
assistant
24 Seaweeds
26 Noisy Sound In
? sleep
28 Lets it stand
29 Ampere (lb.)
30 Atmosphere
31 River (Sp.)
32 Mala cat
33 Years between
12 and 20
35 Make into law
38 Himalayan
carnivore
39 Aromatic herb
41 Altitude (ab.)
42 Opposed to
express
46 Number
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account monn
19 JananaM Mtin f
SO The lat is a

coin
51 Nested boxes
52 Powerful
explosive
53 Gaelic
S4Faca

stress durir? the t ,t Ui tit
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.... ui.ij isti li.i. t! r i, "r-n.
inaaequaie is i? .-s a
tive for Presided l r'
scheme to reinsure private i -. ;r ;r-anee
anee ;r-anee companies for uni.nj ...h
policies covering older pe i.
"The proposal fails cop t
to attack the truly bae d ,:i ,:i-culty,"
culty," ,:i-culty," he explains, "namely, the
low income of the retired p-rsoa
or the still lower income cf bis
widow and their, cor sequel in inability
ability inability to pay toe. premiums.
"The golden years can be -the
elorious years. We are shll far
from that goal, but it is one to
which we must strive."
ESTES APES AELAI
With Adlai Stevenson imitating
Senator Kefauver's ..folksy cam campaign
paign campaign technique, the senator took
time out the other day to try out
Stevenson's witty, intellectual ap approach.
proach. approach. Kefauver addressed two intel intel-lectual
lectual intel-lectual societies the Comic
Honor and Whig-Cliosophie Soci Societies
eties Societies at Rutgers University.
Smiling mischievously, he re remarked:
marked: remarked: "I am hopeful that these
two annearanpps in curh intulloc.
tual atmospheres will not be mis-
unaersiooa or misinterpreted by
the pundits. Noting that .- olher
Dresiiiential hnnefuls am wa'!rincf
the streets of other cities shaking
nanus, some mignt tmnk m;s dou double
ble double venture into the halls of learn-
inc bv ma inrliratO that T inn
have changed my technique."
Aetauver assured them,' bow bow-ever,
ever, bow-ever, that he hadn't. In fact, he
invited them all up to shake hands
after his remarks. v
"I want to assure you, my dear
eggheads," he said, "that 1 have
a crraat arimiratinn and fnnrinata
for you It is simply that I have
never sougnt to set you span in
our society as something either
to be idolized or sneered at. I be believe,
lieve, believe, von see. in a nnlicv of m fed
eration toward you.'' ;
MURRAY MAY RETREAT
Montana's graying Sen.' Jim'
Murray may droo his slant to
block confirmation- of Wesley
D'Ewart as assistant secretary for
public lands.
Reason Is Murray's fear that
D'Ewart could marshal enough
support on the senate noor to
overturn an adverse vote .in Mur Murray's
ray's Murray's interior committee, thus
sealing D'Ewart firmly in the job
he now holds under a Presidential
recess appointment.
By contrast, if Murray merely
keeps the D'Ewart appointment
bottled up in his committee,
rvRwart wilt hava in atnn Hnwn
60 days after Congress adjourns
next August
D'Ewart is
a former
a "giveaway" by C(.f.aerv....an.,is.
The bill would have given cattle
ranchers permanent rights to pub pub-lio
lio pub-lio lands in the national forests,
but, in spite of this, D'Ewart is
now the top administration official
in charge of ihe public domain.
Senator Murray's adamant op opposition
position opposition to D'Ewart arises partly
from JJ'Ewart's record on con conservation,
servation, conservation, and partly from the
Red-baiting campaign which
D'Ewart waged against Murray in
Montana's 1954 senatorial cam campaign.
paign. campaign. Though Murray would get
satisfaction from a red-hot com committee
mittee committee fight over D'Ewart, he now
feels that it's even more impor important
tant important to get D'Ewart out of the
Interior Department.
Decimal Point
OGDEN, Utah (UP) Weber
County commissioners came close
to hiring a new jailer for $2.40 a
month. Commissioner Arthur
Brown, reviewing a request to hire
George Weatherson for that sum,
said: We ought to send this back
and tell the sheriff we re not that
broke." The commissioners voted
to hire the jailer after moving the
decimal point in his salary to the
right making 41 $240 a month.
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coin
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SAFE : DRrmq AWARDS were given to civilian truck drivers, chauffeurs and military personnel at Coco Solo naval station
who devote at least 51 of their working time to driving motor vehicles and who have 12 consecutive months, or more, of
tinvins: without a preventable accident. Left to right, first row: Antonio Rodriguez, 4 years; Jose A. Beliz, 1 year- George
W. Lindsay, 5 years; Frederick O. Ricketts, a years; Paul Davidson, J03, USN, 1 year; Capt. J. O. Craig, who presented the
ayards; Ivan C. Brown, 4 years; Mateo F. Castillo, 4 years; Francisco Subia L., S years; Silvestrfc Coronel, 4 years; Rafael A.
Diaz, 1 year Second row, left to right: Samuel F, Jones, 4 years; Humberto Perez, 11 years; Carlos A. Nunez, 4 years;
Joseph N. Howard, 2 years; Clifford S. Best, 3 years; Kenneth Sterling, ,17 -years; Stanley Lodge,' 4 years; Rem! Rapon, 4
years;, William F. Rennie, 4 years; Frank Brown, 4 years. -, .,

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, SEOUL, April 27 (UP) Com Com-,
, Com-, petent Republic of, Korea intelli intelli-,
, intelli-, gence officers said today the re re-5
5 re-5 port that North Korean Premier

Kum U Sung has been ousted was
"apparently untrue." j
The Intelligence sources, who

claim they are constantly in torch
with developments in the Commu

nist north, said the report must
have been based on specusltion.
They pointed out that Kim has
been attending the North Korean
Labor (Communist) Party's1 third
conference, which opened in Pyon Pyongyang
gyang Pyongyang Monday.

Edward Arnold, 66, Appeared
In 104 Movies During Career

' They added that the Pyongyang

radio baa broadcast no hint

Kim s purge or resignation..
-A report circulated in Seoul
Thursday that Kim, trained in
Russia under thcleadership of Jo Josef
sef Josef Stalin,-, had been fired ; from
the premiership as part of North
Korea's campaign against Stalin Stalinism.
ism. Stalinism. ' ,, H',,-,

HOLLYWOOD. April 27 (UP)

Actor &award Arnold, .who died

yesterday at the age of 66. start'

ed his career on the East Side of

New York almost SO years ago.

Arnold, a "star in radio and
television as well as movies, had

just retired tor the night in his

home at Encino in the San Fer

nando Valley when he was struck
by a cerebral hemmorhage. His
wife, Cleo, was at his bedside.
She said he : had been in good
health.

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Forty sets of CARE' "Ameri "American
can "American Bookshelf" were distributed
by commander-in-chief Timothy
J. Murphy and other BFW" na national
tional national and state officers amon?
colleges, high schools and adult
educational 1 n s 1 1 tutions in

France, Great Britain and West

uermany aunn? the recent VFW
pilgrimage to Europe.

? This was reported today hy I

commander s. J. Kaolan. Leva tv

Day chairman of On. George

W. Goethals Post, VFW.

Raman said that the VFW Is
maklne this a year-round activ

ity In order to sell' the truth a a-hout
hout a-hout the United States to our
friends In Europe, where there is
much misunderstanding about

the American system sn neonle.
He pointed out that the

"American Bookshelf Is a col

lection of nearly 100 pocket-size
volumes of the best. American

literature In such varied fields
as history and political science.

biotraphy, education and thei

arts, science and tecnnoiogy. roe roe-try,
try, roe-try, fiction and literary antho anthologies.
logies. anthologies. Deslsrned for the purpose
of conveying an authoritative
picture of the American and
democratic processes, the ''Book ''Bookshelf
shelf ''Bookshelf aims at creating a better
understanding if or. the United
States In the free world.

Jury In A Harry

UMABRIDCED

ur.ABoum Alien. juri WATi?T?m'Tv r-. Tt
Municipal Judge Georee T MitS k??'

de-lms c,7 to th? T iiinSon

the bridge wasn't there anymore.
The automobile plunged 20 feet into
the water, and Lezotte received
Mlt nnrl hmica TKa Kvitn ......

under, washed out m floods

laying tactics of a

recently used the phone to sum summon
mon summon a 10-man jury within 90 minutes.-He
said it took 50 calls to get
the required number of Dersons.

me system is permissible
a new state law.

Rcss::n .:v;s Or.;::.

: MOoCO.V, April 27 (UP) Prav Prav-da,
da, Prav-da, official organ of the Commu Communist
nist Communist "Partv. toriav mihlished exten

sive" excerpts from Adlai E. Sle Sle-.
. Sle-. vsnson's speech before the Amer American
ican American Society of Newspaper Edi Edi-,
, Edi-, tors,' t '.' i,
The passages, relayed "from
Washington by Tass news agency,

were; published here without com comment.
ment. comment. Confined to direct quotations,
the newspaper printed Stevenson's
criticism of President Eisenhower
and Secretary of State John Fos Foster
ter Foster Dulles, whom he accused, of
' failing to "adjust" American for

eign policy .to meet the Soviet of offensive.
fensive. offensive. Pravda also quoted the Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic presidential aspirant's sug suggestion
gestion suggestion that the United States halt
further experiments on the Hydro Hydrogen
gen Hydrogen bomb and that U.S. technical
aid be channeled through the U U-nited
nited U-nited Nations.

The actor's son-in-law, Pr. Wil William
liam William F. Orland, was called and

f! pronounced him dead 30 minutes

Arnold had appeared in 104 mo movies
vies movies in his career. Two weeks ago
he appeared in a television drama
and was preparing for another ti title
tle title role on TV May 9.
The actor, born Guenther
Schneider, was schooled in an
East Side settlement house after
his parents died when he was 9
years old. It was in that settle settlement
ment settlement house he played the role
of Lorenzo in "the Merchant of
Venice," a part which won for
him the approval of John D. Bar Barry,
ry, Barry, director of the dramatic club.
r i v., ; i s-i i"

. ,1 i V t v ; i : i.
al niuhl. Until lie turned the

country with the Ben Greet
Shakespearian Players.
He appeared as a juvenile with

Ethen Barrymore for three sea

sons and later succeeded Francis
X. Bushman as star of Essenay
movie studios.
He returned to the theater, but
in 1932 accepted a role with Lew

DRIVING RECORD -COLUMBUS.
Neb. fUP)

The Nebraska Public Power sys

tem tmnKs it ; has an unusual
driving record. In 15 years, em em-nloves
nloves em-nloves have driven 40 000 ooo

CAIRO. April 27 (UP) Road' miles with onlv one teiurv f ae.

Ayres in "Okay, America' his i workers accidentally stumbled on cident. The system has some 200
first sound picture. He, stayed in an ancient royal tomb that con-; workers, most of them on the road
Hollywood and" in 1940 signed a j tailed three huge silver urns checking equipment and doing
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nest to Encanto Theatre"
CLUB CREDIT' CASI

ed "Diamond i Jim Brad y."

"Crime and Punishment," "Car "Cardinal
dinal "Cardinal Richelieu," "Blossoms on
Broadway," "You Can't Take it
With You," "Lillian Russell,"
"Meet John Doe," and "The Huck Hucksters."
sters." Hucksters."

- Arnold was married three
times. He married Harriett Mar Marshall
shall Marshall in Richmond, Va. while on

a road tour early in his j career.
They had three children.1
In 1927. on tout again, he mar

ried Olive Emerson, a noted con

cert singer, after his first mar marriage
riage marriage ended in divorce. Mrs. Ar-

nodl, who now has a large vocal

studio in Beverly Hills, Cauf., di divorced
vorced divorced him in 1949.

Arnold married his third wife,

Cleo, in 1951

LdID

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, It doesn't toke too much fo
orouse the working classes -Just

a mau oarm clock.

It said the discovery of t h

tomb of the unidentified kins was

made some time ago but was kept

secret to allow the Egyptian an

tiquities Department to make fur

ther excavations without fanfare.

The newspaper said the tomb

contained a red granite sacopha sacopha-eus
eus sacopha-eus and three huee silver arm

for parts of the king's body which

stood on slim bases and flared up

ward with solid saver stoppers at

tne top..

roe tomb in the rayyoum re

gion aiso neid a taoie top on

which were the remains of food

indicating the king had been in in-terred
terred in-terred with a funerary feast ac

cording to ancient custom.
Workers clearing rubble from

road discovered the tomb when
they spotted a cavity which led

to the burial shaft inside t h

Howara Pyramid near Fayyoum

Just Coasting

CIULLICOTTIE, Ohio'-(UP)

Alter an auto accident that heav

ily damaged Jesse Liggins' car.

friend started to push bis car to

ward noma, un a downgrade from

an overhead bridge, the damaged
car coasted at more than 50 miles
an hour around another car until

a state patrolman flagged Liggins
down. He was fined $1$ and costs

and his driver ; license was re

voked. ."

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, PARIS, APrll 27 (UP) Pre Premier
mier Premier Guy Mollet stakes the future
of his minority government on a
confidence vote today for the sixth
time in its three-month life.
Mollet's demand for a c 0 n f t t-dence
dence t-dence vote, expected some time
tonight, will shut off debate on a
plan to increase old-age pensions
which is considered almost .cer .certain
tain .certain to impose new taxes on thei
French citizen.

Monet is conceded a good

chance to win because the legis legislature
lature legislature is reluctant to c h a n g e
premiers in the midst of the Al Algeria
geria Algeria crisis.
Bloodshed continued unabated
today in the big "overseas pro province,"
vince," province," where a French corporal
was killed and a French colonel
was kidnaped by native guerrillas
yesterday. French troops wiped
out an Arab band in northestern
Algeria, inflicting undisclosed ca casualties.
sualties. casualties. "" k
No official comment was avail available
able available immediately on Arab propos proposals
als proposals for Algerian elections sponsor sponsored
ed sponsored by the United Nations, but
Frenchmen in Paris and in Al Algiers
giers Algiers scoffed at the idea.

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I . : 1 :
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u Jut
TVJ T.SV
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r; foci

trouble in the easv-eoinz Far East,

a' survey of Asian capitals dis disclosed.
closed. disclosed. i
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ln no Asian country aoes uean

ITOKYO (UP) Heart dis-'they are not fond of" exercise, like!

ease the biggest man killer in: to take long walks to stay in shape.

toe imtea Mates causes uiue

A Thai doctor agreed

"We Thais don't work as hard

as xnose la uie western hemisnhere

. u ini Asian vvuumj ; tnj ...i ...
' the three .top Matter thing e don t wor-

among the top 10. India, Indonesia !.i?d2ne.sianMhailB official cred cred-M
M cred-M Thailand do not even bother!lted t.heir 9.u existence and

to keep heart disease statistics, w

In Asia, the top niters are epw-'"' "r: .
demic diseases and ether such filj!5.t2jmt bene bene-f,.Krii
f,.Krii bene-f,.Krii hori.hori f.ncer. ma-if"?. "peaceful, calm" life

laria, yaws and pneumonia. Hd J nff were proved
In the United States in 1950,1 fafl during the up up-715
715 up-715 074 persons died of heart dis-!heavil ndk stf. of the Indochi Indochi-easf
easf Indochi-easf IVrate of 494.4 perOO.OOOj", heart disease deaths in-

population.. in vaa, inn. jumpeu ,u i ;
to 784.126 deaths a rate of 501.41. The ry held by some U.S.
ri'YoOMd iheart specialists that America's
P la Japan," the dtseas death rate J"$ diet can be blamed for the
Jr lji tkiooooo in 1954 The heavy toll finds support by some
JtaW TOSSJta Jap th" wthoriUes. in the Far, East
veTthe hlghel rate in Asia. tt
" wv , diet in most Asian countries is
1 Rush And Worry composed of rice, fUi, fruits, veg-
hnlv 16.000 -heart disease, deaths ;etables and other foods low in fat

in the past three years-were re reported
ported reported in Vietnam; 4.4 per cent of
total deaths in 1955 were attribut-;

ed ttf heirt disease in Nationalist
China; out of a total Korean pop-

npuon ot about zauw.vw uemui
aathoritiea i .reported.: .only 1.449

deaths from heart disease in
Philippines statistics showed
death rate of 23.33 per 100,000;
19,28 Hongkong deaths' in 1954,
tiaart disease caused 4.152.
inst Aian: blame' the high U.S.

rite of the hectic American life
. i u wuBk anil nrnrrv

wtia lis rusn, iuu, "''
worry, worry. In fact, they call
tiiart disease "manager's dis-

Jone Chinese had this adviqo for

Ajnericans:
i'Stav healthy, don't overwork,

slfcep, don't get fat and never, nev-

ti get exciiea sdoui aoyuuug. iu
i vnur heart will hold for 70

jiars and after that you should
di anyway."
ffhe Chinese claim their way of
e makes for a calmer existence,
llere is none ot the pressure com

mon to Americans, iney senium
Bke quick decisions preferrmg
toT think things over, for days. They
d not usually get fat and although
Ground Observers
Fjemember Ordeols

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content

Korean authorities said the "only

reason tney could give for the
wide gap in heart death rates in
Korea and the United States was
that Koreans eat less meat and
fat than Americans.
Indian authorities blamed "sed "sedentary
entary "sedentary life and rich food" for In India's
dia's India's higher heart disease death
rate among India's city dwellers

man among villagers who live a
more physically strenuous life, with'
simpler diet I
Japanese doctors point out, how-!

ever, inai me aeain rate couia oe
higher in the United States be because
cause because more people reach old age
there than in Asian nations and

that heart disease is essentially
an old person's illness. In Asia,

tuberculosis and other diseases take

a heavy toll of the young. .
Many .authorities also believe

that the rate actually should be

higher in some countries of the'

Far East. In villages and interior

regions which have few doctors,

they reason that some heart dis

ease deaths are not diagnosed and

reported as such.
State Experiment
In Highway Signs
Brings New Look
LOS ANGELES HJP Cal-

Two women who' saw "war ravage jfornia'a highway direction signs

t teir native lands are doing their ve m new iook wnicn is expected
1 4 to protect their new homeland 1 10 spread to other parts of the
.T.m ,..,!. .(toot I country.

nidi owiui uusiuKe oi going me

wrong way occause you tnougnt

tne arrow on t h'srtiwv i g n

TWO VOUHCilte 3-INCH MAUs BXTTLtKS WILL
FXLL-TO AT TH6 SUHTSCT PR3VOCATIOW KJOSES -AMC
AK5 YlBWkTlN3..HINt? L66 HAlUSiS RJCIOUSW.

i i tighter in tne rnuippine
a' s d.uing the Japanese oc-
, .n n Wftrlll War 11. She

.. r f.rzotten the. lime the' Japs pointed tlui wi...

: ( 1 hor father's farm on Min-
ao. .,
, Mrs. Kathe Rousseau was a high
s'.onl student in Germany when
i ;e war ended. Per father died in
a 1 prison camp and she escaped
f 'm the Russian zone in 1946. ;
tUoth women now are members
ot the ground observer' corps in
t lis northern New York city.

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ITHACA, N. Y. (UP) Dr
r'; F. Holland, head of Cornell
X. diversity's department of dairy
i viustry, reports that 52 per cent
of all married men and 58 per

rint of marriea women never onn.
n;lk "because they don't like the

fjvor."

Psycholos;is.ts workirs wi'.h the

Los Angeles Institute of Transpor

tation and Traffic Engineering
learned that motorists often take
the wrong road because they, have
a hard time separating directions

while in a moving vehicle, i

To eliminate the misdirection,
the institute suggested adding a

heavy black line to the sign, The
line separates place names in one

turecuon trom place names in tne
opposite direction. The heavy line
prevents skipping from one group
to the other. -'
Also eliminated are all four-

place name signs. The psychologists
tested 80 persons and learned that
signs with three place names
caused significantly fewer errors

l than those with four.

"Mr. Mahoney told m to gt lost, can't f.jrt;'-

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No. 224)6 CENTRAL AVENUE

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MSGT. THOMAS J. BRYANT, post sergeant major, confers
with Col.' Peter S. Peca, Ft. Clayton commanding officer, about
Questions discussed at the monthly meeting of the Ft; Clayton
NCO advisory committee. .The committee, composed ot all the
first, sergeants and sergeants major onjthe post, meets to dis discuss
cuss discuss problems regarding the administration, training, discipline,
and welfare of units at Ft. Clayton. Peca attends all Committee
" sessions personally. (U.S. Army photo)

Ex-Cc":..::l To C:l;

MANISTIQUE, Mich., "April ZN-

(UP) The state uoara 01 newuj
today planned to give a mental
, ..;nntir.n tn I pnnard H. Lund-

! UMUIIHUmvu
berg, 35-year-old ex-conyict, accus

ed of murder to aeiermuie
er he Xnows right from wrong.
Lundberg was arraigned on a first first-j...
j... first-j... in, pharoB vpsterdav

UegLCC uiuu
in the bludgeon slaying of school

teacher Patricia uurmcK, ii.
narolee interrupt

ed proceeding in justice court as
the warrant recommended by pro

secutor yvunam bneanan was icu

. "What degree Is this,7' first -or
lull ha aclrarl thp tviO1 OfflC-

SCCUUUf (ij
ers who hunted him down and
a -..,. him in the courtroom.

Sheahan shot back: 'It's first de degree
gree degree but it will be up to the court
and jury to determine the degree..
iti .'in it "Tv first dpsree wilh-

nut nrem Uta'; n?" countered

" Hm'dberg '" "3cr descrb
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LENGTH OF SERVICE AWARDS were presented recently by the commanding officer of TT. U
Naval Station, Coco Solo, Capt J. a. Craig to Leopold Clmlno and Frank: Campbell for '20
'years of Federal government service and f to "Manuel Santos and Basil Chang for 30
years of Federal government service. All of Chang's service was with the U, 8. Naval 6ta-
tlon, Coco Solo. Left to right: Manuel Santos; Leopold Clmlno; Craig; Basil Chang;- Frank;
Campbell. u-t -'..,,,. ..

Justice J J. L. 'e dem demanded
anded demanded quiet, LnisivJ reading the
warrant and asked Lundberg if he
wanted an examination. He declin declined
ed declined and was returned to jail with without
out without bail for circuit court action
which Sheahan said was unlikely
before June 11 when the next term
convenes. ....
A fe.w hours earlier Lundberg,
calmly puffing on a cigar, typed
out details of how he smashed the
pretty-young teacher's skull with
a tire wrench when she resisted
his advances. -. ""
' "He's more unconcerned over a
crime like this than any.?"? I've
ever seen," Sheahan said. "And
I've talked to a lot of guys.
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CHICAGO,, April 27JUP)-Jmes
A. Finnegan,' Adlal E. Stevenson's

campaign manager, nauea m
Pennsylvania, Massachusetts and
Alaska primaries today as a boost
' or Stevenson and a setback for
. President Eisenhower.
An analysis of complete returns
refutes Republican claims that the
primaries reflected the continued
. popularity of the President, Fin Fin-ftegan
ftegan Fin-ftegan laid.
They also show that Sen. Estes
llefauver ; (D-Tenn.), Stevenson's
1 fnr thA Tlemnpra-

tic presidential nomination, is also

Slipping, innegan ciaimeu.
- "RuniiMimn chairman CLeoni

rd) Hall is up to his old game of
comparing primary returns with
eneral election totals,". Fmnegan
aid. "Some newspapers have been
taken fa with it." ;
"The truth is that any valid com-pri'-.m
will show that Governor
Itevcnson's ?urport has increased
ince lK2r wluie that of President
' l usenhower and Sen, Kefauver has
declined."
Finneean iaid that fa Pennsyl Pennsylvania
vania Pennsylvania Stevenson "received the lar-
st vote ever cast in a Democra Democratic
tic Democratic primary for a state or national
candidate except the late President
franklin Roosevelt at the heicht
f his popularity in 1K6 and liwO."
Stevenson Tin 90,0u0 votes ahead
f tlie Democratic ticket in Penn Pennsylvania,
sylvania, Pennsylvania, Finnegan said, and in
Massachusetts he "greatly increas increased
ed increased his Democratic primary write write-in
in write-in vote of mz"-
Scrrccnt Gets
Certificate
Of Achievement

Egt. CharVs F. Carattinl a
former mrmber of Headquarters
and Head quarters DC i.m"t,
1440th AU at Fort Aau.nr. t.. s,
"week vns awarded a eeru-irsue l
of achievement for out'tma.2
performance cf duty for t.w.e past
three years here. i-
Carattinl. who wntkrd in U S 1
Army Caribbean C3. s r I t! e
from March 13, 13, until April
13, lv j

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Fur.cllcns Well

At Vnrt. Plnvtnn t.h ailorfM nt

the- NCO advisory committee is
testimony to the wisdom of the

Army's current campaign to

raise the prestige of its senior

enlisted men. ...

Port riavton's NCO board m

one of a number of like groups

set ut to lurtner tms ena. com-
nncoH nt oil th ITirvt Rpro-pantS

and Sergeant-Majors on Clayton,

it has convened mouuuy curing

tne last naii-year. ify-

Th TYipeHncr- havft Afforded

w ""oa

these top NCOs an opportunity
to call on their reserve of mili military
tary military know Jiow and make sug

gestions as to improvements re

lating to aaminisirauuii, uisci-

niinp and tne wen are oi uic

units on the post.
. affpnHincr pnph tneetlnsr. Col.

Tutta e TBoa Wnrt Plnvton p.om-

X Wl-k M. A t w. w-

?pstlons and discusses post issues

- ,J,i trip bosra. Tnese iueas
, r-3!,ir3Mon in the

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. r e r i e ant-mtijor M-C.,t.

nas J. Bryant. Recorder is
i.nn T. Doutrlch. First Ser

geant of the 7445th A.U.

A fixture now, the NCO -aa-visorv
committee has proven it itself
self itself an advertisement of the ca capabilities
pabilities capabilities of its NCOS and has
demonstrated the value of his

years of ken to the Army,

ci $icd ci:i$ vi::i

':rd:rtrOIVi-:7
'pHTr.ATlTi'T.PTTTA 'Anril 5? tTP

The Drosecution sought to Drove

1 1 j l.M tin. r i r

louay axuu oms iuunu oa iwu ui

fnni fYpfpnrlantu m fttrhpH nfltut

found in die safe deposit box of a

siain rnuaaeipnia wiaow ;

Distript Attnrnpv Vlctnr H. BlanC

yesterday mtroduced a .chart pre

pared by the r oL which he said
wimiM nrnv. h a apHal ntimhprc

of hills fmmii nn Raymond P. Wil

son and Frank J. Ellsworth when

they were arrested in Las Vegas
mar linlrpt ti ihnep frnm thp Vault

of the 76-year-old. murder victim,

Mrs. liUiuDei Aossman. -.

Wilcnn nt Till en fttla,. 1 tflf

only one of the four defendants

now on trial tor ine crime, airs.
Rossman was found strangled in
her hotel room last July 4. Autho Authorities
rities Authorities say she was robbed of an es

timated $180,000.
wilenn anri FlUwnrth went ar

rested by Las Vegas police when

they aroused suspicion oy cnans cnans-itiw
itiw cnans-itiw $,ri!) bills in fumbling casinos.
' p f" 1 $37,000

j t. i, j iu J notes.

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hbut he's mighty uncorortab Mmnwrs P i
kunde found the toiM"J
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' SHCXT COURSSS
MAVnATTAW ITsn .fVTY.

Kansas State College, in the na-i
tion's No. 1 wheat state, last yearj
provided special short courses in
atrriculture to students from 22!

foreign countries.

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TOMORROW SATURDAY
2nd oft J'fdix'A
TRADITIONAL
ANNUAL SALE
HEW MERCHANDISE Oil SALE!
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SENSATIONAL PRICES

.. ON OUR MAIN FLOOR
Just unpacked:
THIRSTY FLUFFY

FIRST QUALITY

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v Reinforced edge for added strength
' Whltt tnd Lovtlv Colors
Bath size ................ .22 x 44 NOW l.CO
,Fae towalt .............. 16 x 26 NOW 0.60 v
Wuh cloth ........ 12 x 12 NOW 3 dr '1.00

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5 beautiful Patterns

13 Off on Some Patterns

FAMOUS FRANCISCAN POTTERY 1

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LATEX PILLOWS iadim say u:
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NOV 3.50
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SPECIAL 2.95
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ON OUR 2a j FLOOR

CHILDREN-WEAR
Complete lines for boys tnd girls of all ijss.
-".'i' Back ta School or vacation clothes
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Ladiss.16 Rib ,....,. NOW 2.95
Foldlnj rwtyp ...... NOW 4.95
Nylon 1C0 ..N0W,: 4.95
epsclaf Men's Umbrella. NOW 3.95
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(C"::::.::d r:: J Li U. S. A.)
and here
...only 3 MINUTE Old
vhen YOU buy it!
The Ufa of the FIRESTONE DRI-CHARCrD BAT BATTERY
TERY BATTERY begins with you! Unlike wet cell batteries,
the FIRESTONE DRI-CHARCED BATTERY does not
eZi on the service station shelf . not even a
second! Your bakery Is activated aftir you buy
, it ... its life begins with you!
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Daytlma .....N0W from 150
Afternoon .1.95
Travel -' : 2.50
Evening .....-i -. 2.53,
-)N ramiNaooR,

RAINCOATS
for Ladies NOW from. 2.53
for Men NOW from' 2.95
for Girts ...-... 1 .95
for Boys. '.-. -.. 2J3
ON THE HUIN FLOOR ;

HOLLOWARE 7
STERLING and SILVER
PLATED FINEST MAKES
750 OFF L;

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7 DRESSES

SFORT O CASUAL O COCKTAIL.'
EVENING, O DINNER
In all sizes: 9 to 15 10 to 20 ;

and 12 to 24

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DRASTIC REDUCTIONS!
! ; : Formtrly from 9.95 to ; 35,00 NOW 'from 4195 :
, Formsrly, from. 19.95 tol 75X0 -.... NOW from 7.95
rormsrly from 26.95 to 125.00 ...V.....N0W from 10.95

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FACE SIX

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RETIREMENT, LIFE
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FOR SALE;

Household
IOR SALE: FrigieaiM, Steve,
Quartermaster table. ni ctuirs,
occasional chain. Apt. 1 2, hoes
45, Automobile Row.- 'n
FOR SALE: Ona Firestone 1953
9 ft. refrigerator in oo4
condition $90; alto ono 4-berri- '.'
ar Majie. Chet a ttovo with'
van, approximately tiro ycart
old, in (air condition $35. Call
Panama 3-4857 at apply Ap.
No. 4, Fomel Apartments, corner
Ricardo Aria and J 2nd St root, -Campo
Alegre. ,
FOR SALE: 9 ctt. ff. Wesline.
hoose refrigerator, good condi condition.
tion. condition. Call 6-205.T1 r -t
FOR SALE: 4-bumer fat jtovo 1
$50, refrigerator' $50.' niKtlla niKtlla-coas
coas niKtlla-coas furniture.- tall Panama J J-1301
1301 J-1301 after ( p.m. .
FOR SALE: Dormaytr electric
ntiaer-twaidor juicar, Taaatmas Taaatmas-te
te Taaatmas-te $12. Via Fernanda do Cordo Cordoba,
ba, Cordoba, Vara Hcrmosa 2047. Apt, I..
FOR SALE: Comfortafala liying
ta 0, wardrobe $20,
kitchen (able $10. ajar
$25. Perfect condition.
Tio8 Aveiwa No; 11-64, Apt.
10.
FOR SALE.-r-Tw Va bed' with
(nnartprrng mattr, tltreo' chest
aVawar (two small, jopo iargo)..
562-A, Curundu HeighH.
FOR SALE 14 cu. ft. freexer
$290; automatic washer $135;
. 9.4 cu. ft. refrigerator with
freexer tap $160. Quarter 28,
Albraok. Phone 2298.
f OR SALE. Sideboard $6, wick,
ar rocker $6, 25-cycle refriger-
1 ater $25, imall table SI tV S2,
wicker (traight (hair $5 & $8, -large
porcelain vase, bronie fig-
urei, marblp figures $75 to50,
Venetian blind $3 gach. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 748-B. corner Las Cruce
Ave. end Bameby St. Call be between
tween between 7 and 10 p.m. Friday, all
' day Saturday. '" ''
Ppsition Offered
POSITION OPEN a Chief Ac Ac-countantJJ.SL
countantJJ.SL Ac-countantJJ.SL Government expo-'
rience preferred. Must be bi bilingual.
lingual. bilingual. Send experience history
and photograph to f .0, Box,J"
Balboa, Canal Zone. ,'
Wanted Position
f POSITION WANTED: Good
maid, very good With children,
general housework. 83-2107 Calk
'. rundu. i t
Ex-Zone Employe,
Louis A: Hack J
Dies In New. Jersey
Louis A. Hack. lormet em-
ploje of the Mechanical Division,
died in the Cooper Hoipital in
Camden, New Jersey, Tuesday,
according to news- received by
relatives on the Isthmus. He wis
79 years old.
A native of Philadelphia,- Mr.
Hack came to the Isthmus in
shipwright with the Mechanical
Division for a year. He was re
employed by the Canal organiza
tion in 1925 in his former position
ana remained nere unui ms re
tirement in 1939., Since hi retire
ment. Mr. and. Mr. Hack have
been making their home in Cam
den. ". .... ,i
In addition to his widow, air:
Hack is survived, by two sons
and a daughter,' Louts H. and
Elmer J. Hack and Mrs. Bertha
McKay, all of whom live m.Bal
boa. v ? 1 ',' i t-
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FOR SALE

Automobiles
FOR SALE: '51 Pontiac Chief Chieftain
tain Chieftain Deluxe 4-door Sedan. Hy Hy-dramatic,
dramatic, Hy-dramatic, radio, deluxe accesso accessory
ry accessory froup. Good condition $700.,
83-4195.
FOR SALE: Ona awnar, 1953
Chevrolet "210" sedan, good
condition. Phone" 2-6412.
FOR SALE: 1953 Chevrolet 4-
door sedan, excellent condition,
- one owner, 27.000 miles, power
glide, radio, $1050 cask Phono
83-5188 after 4:30 p.m., all
. day Saturday. w n. ;
FOR SALE: 195,4 Studebaktr
Cammandar, overdrive, turn sig-
nah, excellent 'condition. Balboa
1581. r K.:, :
FOR SALE 1952 Nash Am Ambassador
bassador Ambassador Custom; airline reclin reclining
ing reclining scat-bcdi, hydramatic, bin
aural radio, ate. Exceptionally
clean car, $1025. Original awn awnar.
ar. awnar. Ft. Davis 87-576. 5
1 FOR. SALE: Chevrolet 4-door
I sedan, 19,000 miles. Cash only.
$1190. On owner. Phone Bat Bat-baa
baa Bat-baa 1598 mornings. ...
Wanted to Buy
W BUY AUTOMOBILES, mod- ;
' els 1950 to 1955, We pay cash
, en the (pet. Auto Eisenman,
S. A, basida.Caca CaU PUa.
Phone 2-2616, 2-4966 Panama.
WANTED: Remote control and
steering wheel for 1 7' outboard
cruiser. CaN BiM Hole, Phon 2 2-$196.
$196. 2-$196. I .... :
fr.
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THREE MEMBERS of the winning quartet In the Antilles all all-Army
Army all-Army entertainment contest left to right. Sp-S George
Demme, Sp-3 Gerald Darrow and Pfc. Jim. Barnett all of
Henry Barracks, will compete herg tomorrow night at the Fort
Kobbe theater in the eommand finals of the entertainment
contest. They'll sinn "Joshua Fit the Battle of Jerico." Miss Missing
ing Missing from the picture is Sp-3 Donald J. Adams the fourth man.
w .i t U.S. Army photo)

Panama Area,
' L i' ;l'i;
The entertainment elite from
Puerto Rico and the Panama area
wilt square -off tomorrow night in
the finals of the annual All-Army
Entertainment Contest with State
side trips and possible one night
TV stardom as the main awards.
The contest will, begin at t b e
Fort Kobbe Theater at 8 p.m.
Broadcast time over the Carib-i
bean Forces Network (CFN) U1
be the same time,
A capacity crowd is expected1 to
jam the theater and watch the Pa
nama winners and Antilles cham
pions compete for USARCAKIB
titles in five entertainment Oate
gories. Winners will receive Junet
trips to '-new Yors. lor woriawfae
Army eompetition.
). : :. I
The Panama area representa representatives'
tives' representatives' were chosen last week at
Kobbe. Antilles winners were pick picked
ed picked earlier this week in t show
televised to a Puerto Rican u u-diencc.
diencc. u-diencc. ; 5
There was going to be h I g
news in the announcement of Us
judges, but at the last minute
th feature attraction Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood star Terry Moore took a
plane back to the cinema city.
- With Miss Moore's leaving, Spe-H
cial Services oflicials hadpt an
nounced a Unrd luuee. utner nag
1 e i for the contest will be Miss
;Envly Butcher, music director for
the Canal Zoue Latin American
i Schools, and S-Sgt. Leonard
! Franklin of Albrook Air Force
I Base, a former Broadway singer
and original member ot.tne, cast
lot I'orgv ana Bess.
1 Handling microphone chores in

MISCELLANEOUS

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
80X 2031. ANCON, CZ.
I0X 1211. CRISTOBAL C.Z.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Airplane 415-C.
1 5 -hp. Erceupa, A-l condition,
owned by aircraft mechanic, lar lar-gain
gain lar-gain for quick tale. Minehart,
Colon Airport, Phone 1484.
FOR SALE: Ping-pong labia
$20, 25-cycle washing machine
without wringer $20. House 878 878-X,
X, 878-X, Morgan Ava. Phone 2-3196.
P0R SALE-Small native hors hors--
- hors-- es. suitable for children, $25
$30 each. 3-0279, Panama Ris Rising
ing Rising School, between 4 p.m. and
.6 p.m. .
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OFFERS EMPTY SACKS FOR
SALE. Sealed bids for opening
in public will be received until
10:00 a.m. May 10, 1956 in
the office af the General Man Manager,
ager, Manager, Cammissary Division, Mt.
Hope, Canal Zone for 6.000 on only
ly only empty rice sacks located at
the Mt. Hope Abattoir of the
Commissary Division and 10,000
only empty Dairy Feed sack lo locate'
cate' locate' at Mindi Dairy Farm. Invi Invitation
tation Invitation CD-56-3 may ba obtain obtained
ed obtained from the office af the Supply
and Employe Service Director,
Balboa HeighH. ar af the Gen General
eral General Manager. Cammissary Divi Division,
sion, Division, Mount Hope, Canal Zona,
Antilles Talent
'.
the by-now familiar Master of Cer
eraonies role will be PFC Garry
Hannes of CFN. He also emceed
Vie area finals last week.
; Six of the 11 acta are from
the Panama area. An iastru iastru-anental
anental iastru-anental group from Fort Kobbe,
the "Kobbe Kombo," is unoppos unopposed
ed unopposed In its category but will ap appear
pear appear anyway.
Kbbbe has two entries. Fort
Clayton also has a pair and Fort
Amador has one. One of the indi individual
vidual individual stars probably will be Ed Eddie
die Eddie Edwards of Fort Clayton. Ed
wrds, a nightclub entertainer
and TV performer in New Eng England
land England prior to entering 'the Army,
won handily in the vocal solo divi division
sion division last week. He'll sing "Old
Black Magic" in a swingy Billy
Daniels style. ,
Saxaphonist Donald Ajlch, also
of Clayton; used to be a member
of the "Dukes of Swing,"-a Philly
jump band. He is Panama's entry
la the instrumental solo group.
Kobbe 's Billy Haynes, a radio
hillbilly singer, will represent the
locals in the specialty performer
category singing, of C 0 u r S
country songs.
The ."Midmghters" from. Ama
dor, a jazz combo made up of
pianist Don Ramey, bass-plunker
Cwight Vance, saxman Jack Cole
and drummer Eddie Overton, car
ry the Panama area flag into the
specialty group category
ln tne vocal group division, the
Kobbe Qrartet made up of Philip
Miner, Uiarics Lssery, tjartli Zie

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Phone Pename 3-4941.
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2504. 2-2504. FOR RENT: 2-bedreom corner
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Navarre Street No. 48. Phone
2-2883.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
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neighbors, regular transportation.
Phone 1-0471.
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phon Tl-phon 3-2138.
FOR RENT: Furnished or un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished apartment: two bed-
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Phone, business hour, 2-0321,--Sundays
2-3525.
FOR RENT: Modern very easy
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hours. i s
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' wa-' tar, maid' quarters, lawn, ga garage,
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FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartments,
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balcony $120. Alto I -bedroom
$70. Phona 1-1648.
FOR RENT: Apartment m cha chalet,
let, chalet, completely furnished, linen,
dishes, garage-' Residential sec sector
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cisce. Fran-cisce. . :?'
, FOR RENT: Campa Alegr.
beautiful furnished 1-bedreom,
' 2-bath apartment fully aguipaed
with atass, chinaware, etc. Call
3-1789...-
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment.
ment. apartment. $65. Military inspected.
Via Porra 99. Phone 3-2068.
man and James Miller will re represent
present represent the Panama area in its
category.
. The array of talent .coming I
from Puerto Rico for the meet
feature two entries from Fort j
Brooke and two from Nery Bar- j
racks with the fifth coming from
Jtodrigun Hospital. v j
Tenor Reynolds R. Minor of
Fort Brooke won $25 and first
placo in the vocal solo division
with his rendition of "I'll Walk
With God." He'll sing the same
song here. Just like the Panama
entry, the Antilles instrumental
winner, Joseph Dorebrenski Jr.,
is a saxophonist. The Rod
Hospital (Medical Detachmpnti
enlisted man will play "Tea ior
a wo.
The specialty solo category win winner
ner winner from Puerto Rico is a hillbilly
guitarist and singer. Jack North North-rup
rup North-rup of Henry Barracks won his
titie with a country version of
"The Fertilizer Kid." He'll refieat
it here.
Only specialty group number at
Puerto Rico was a comedy read
ing of "Juanita" and "Rock A-
round the Clock" by Gerald Win Win-berg
berg Win-berg and David A. Rosenberg,
both of Fort Brooke.
"Joshua Fit the Battle of Je Jericho,"
richo," Jericho," sUng by a quartet made
np of three Henry barracks sol soldier
dier soldier and Donald J. Adams of
the8lst Army Band, was a win winner
ner winner in the vocal group category
lor the Antilles area. Other
members of the quartet are Ge Gerald
rald Gerald Darrow, George Demme
and Jim K. Earnest.
The 8lst Army Band supplied
the music for the Antilles finals
with SP3 Haydn Higgins arrang arranging
ing arranging and leading the band. One of
the numbers during the show was
"Trade Winds," and original com composition
position composition by 1st Lt. Roger O. Mal-
donado, vho is accompanying the
e,1 Antilles crew here
Music before, during and after
tomorrow night's affair here will
be furnished by the 60th Armv
Band of Fort Gulick. The band, 10
pieces strong, will be under the
baton of Pvt. John Jenkins. lm
mediately after the show, official
congratulations for winners will be
given bv Col. N. M. Cox. renre-
senting the commandino general.
who is now touring mission posts
r touring mission p
ica and Honduras.
- m Costa Ki

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Thompson, Balboa 1772.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and Urge
beach house. Ona mile past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Balboa 1866
PHILLIPS Oceeaside Cottage.
Santa Clara. Box 435, Balboa.
Phone Panama $-1877, Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal 1-1673.
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FOR RENT: 3 -bedroom chalet
with 2 bathrooms, porch and ga garage.
rage. garage. Golf Heights, 7th Street
No. 27, $175. Phone 1-2831 ar
2-3697.
FOR RENT: Chalet: 2 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, living-dining, maid's room
with service, garage, all screen screened.
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Airport Road, Faitille Ne. 97.
Also 2 small apartments on Via
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kitchen, bathroom and porch, in independent.
dependent. independent. Phone 3-1863.
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Bo?ts& Motors
FOR SALE: Cabin cruiser, 28 28-ft.
ft. 28-ft. 7-in. 1 15-hp. Chrysler Crown.
Mechanical refrigeration, marina
radio, galley, head, bunks. Li Licensed
censed Licensed for 8. Completely equip equipped
ped equipped for bay or deep sea fishing.
" Fort Clayton 5124.
.TOR SALE; 12-ff. runabout
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gan Morgan Ava. Phone 2-3196
FOR SALE. 12-ft. light fishing
boat $90,. trailer $35, $-hp.
Johnson motor $85, 12-ft.
apeodboat $ 1 20, 1 4-ft. deluxe
runabout reasonable. Make of of-for.
for. of-for. A BERN A THY Sporting
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ma Panama Hotel Phone 3-C2S4,
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ble double couch, refrigerator, kitchen
Cabinet with attached stave, bath
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Phon 3-0638
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ent independent service and entrance. 18th
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"Mom said if we get to go to that movie we'll have to
seize the bull by the horns see, she'i moving in on

fop now;- . ,

HOLLYWOOD ?NEA Hol-ind host the stanzas
wooi find CraiVine: Anthony famous court casos.

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By OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service

Alqe

r Hiss At Princeton

Stirs Protests, Criticism

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Opening lead 4 S

Pas

--ii;. , 4 i., u,- i. w HHiii ui i -i Hie f

tuftii, t some points aieii. 'intr t J .i I. j of the

upon, too, m the marriage i)iiie-jMiiir Mmjpin, onetime manager
prints. One is tnat he will retain.of the N.Y. Yankees, with Jimmy

his British citizenship and thatitagney stirring. . The future
Anita will live-in London part of of TV "Big Tewn" it at stake
each year.v lit the spenser doesn't find a better

, i i time. Mark Stevens i in New

1 All's now well between Rock j York for huddles on Hie problem,

UurfcAn anil Author Gaoraa Axel-1 - :

red, the tent hie (tudie threatened
to sue over his Broadway play.

"Will Success Spoil Rock Hunt

ere" In the original title it was
Hudson, not Hunter. But the Hud Hud-tanc
tanc Hud-tanc and tho Axelrods met in

i..irm iiurina tho star's honey

mun. and. kavs Rock, "We had-a

ball together," t :
Tho Hii" Morsan-fommy Dor

sey feud still goes on. When the
noise of passing airplanes spoiled
several of Russ' speeches for his

movie debut in "The ureal wan,

he winced: "Who's sending those

planes ovet Tommy Dorsey

nw Sinaina Sensation Elvis

presleyhe was driving a truck
for $35 a week only two years ao

is denying he Stole jonniue
Ray's warbling style. Says Elvis,
th 2l.vear-old Marlon Brando

with a rock 'n roll guitar:
"I didn't cony my style from

anybody. I got nothin' in common
with Johnnie Ray except we both
fing if you wanna call it singin.
I jump around 'cause it s'the way

I TOOL mr '" 7 .
I jest can't listen te it en' stand
Still." ;.,:.,.-.;,.;-,.yv.
Phil Silvers, who has been mur murdering
dering murdering Milton Berle's TV rating,
ill,be Berle's house guest in
Hollywood in a few weeks.
Sergeant Bilko is headed for that
Las Vegas gold and a Roastmaster
Dinner in his honor at the Triers
Club here. Jack Benny, George
Burns. Berle, Eddie Cantor and
George Gobei will do the roasting.
Phil Harris, Jr.,' is headed for
the wild blue yonder as an Air
Force man. '. ; Joseph Cotton is
checking off the 20th Century-Fox
TV hour for -a telefilm series of
his own, "On Trial." He'll star

uaie htorm s new leiemm se series,
ries, series, "Oh, Susannah," was sold to
a sponsor before the pilot reel was

completed. She plays a hostess on
an ocean liner this time around.

... Para mount's talking to Gor

don MacRae as one of the stars
in "The South Seas Story" from
James Michener's pen.
: Veteran Movie producer Nat
Holt is leaping into TV with a
series titled "Wells Fargo." .
Kim Novak left the Hollywood
studio club for her own apartment
just before leaving for Europe.
. . Grace Kelly still blushes when
she thinks about here fforts to be become
come become Miss Rheingold. The gal who
won a prince so quickly was a
three-time loser in ,beer model
contests. : -

Today s hand is frnm "Point

count Contract Bridge Complete,"
an. exceuent wor on bidding and

piay, written by Ernest W. Ro-

veic. 10 stuuenis ot we game we
oifer two words of advice about

Kovere a book: Read it.

"following a nenaitv nass nf an

nuormaiory aouoie. Uie ooenine

ieau oy uie uouuier stiouia be i

trump,'' writes Rovere. "Tne rea

son i:j thn partner's pass showed

control o. a iu trump suit, therefore

we aetei-vrs should pull the de

clarer's trumps and nut permit him

w law iricks by trumping losers

wnn smau trumps. t

it west maices the normal

opening lead of the kinc of clubs.

South will make the contract. Dum Dummy's
my's Dummy's ace winst, and South trumps

a ciud. ine ace ot nearts is cashed,

ana a nean iricK is lost.

"Tne defenders now switch to

trump. South A' heart Js
trumped in dummy, another club

trumped by South. This gives South

a sure tout of seven tricks.

"Yet the opening lead of the

singleton trump will defeat (he eon

tract two tricks. East's eight
forces ou South's king. The ace
of clubs is cashed, and a low club

rutted by bouth. The ace of hearts

is played, and a low heart follows

"East wins the second heart with

the queen, leads : the queen of

spades. South can now win only
the ace and king of spades, the
ace of clubs, the ace of hearts,
and one trumped club for five
tricks instead of the revious seven..-.

3 Fern .'!
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PRINCETON, N. X.-- April 27
(UP) Alger Hiss emerged from
the lonely life of an ex convict
for the, first time yesterday to
brave a storm of protests and cri

ticism by engaging in a foreign
affairs discussion with a group of
Princeton University undergrad undergraduates.'
uates.' undergraduates.' ; J .!:-
. 'I v -. : :
The Sl-year-etd former bey
wonder ef the State Department,
who went te prison for lying a a-bout
bout a-bout Communist espionage acti activities,
vities, activities, came here at the invite,
tion of tho American Whig-Clio
sophic Society, "the world's eld

: est college literary debating and J

political aiKViinn 1 1 I n 1 1 f
tion."

Hiss, once secretary to U S.

Supreme .Court Justice Oliver

Wendell Homes and now dis

barred from the legal profession,

chose as his subject, "The Mean
ine of Geneva." ;

From carefully prepared notes,

be discussed the differences be

tween last summer's "Big Four"

meeting and the 1945 Yalta confer

ence at which he was one of the
late President 'Ropsevelt'i trusted

aides. .. ; ...

He came here at the expense

of his hosts. Who also -gave him

an "honorarium" of undis

closed sum. n

Society officers said the group
gives the same financial consider

ation to ail who speak oet ore

them In Whig Hall.
The eppearance of Hist, a Phi
Beta Kappa, en the campus ef
one ef the chief Ivy League ri rivals
vals rivals of his own alma mater,
.Harvard University, created a
furor in ecademic and political
circles..;
Letters and telegrams s of criti criticism
cism criticism poured in on Princeton and a

"poison

WASHINGTON. April 27 (UPV-

House Democratic farm loader

today, put forward a new farm C

Din containing much or what Pres-l

ident Eisenhower wants and few
provisions to which he is opposed.

ii was tne most conciliatory pro-!
posal advanced by the Democrats

during 11 days f maneuvering
and false starts since the Presi President's
dent's President's veto of the first farm bill.
? In the face of strong Republi Republican
can Republican opposition, Chairman, Harold
D. Cooley (D-N.C.) of the House
Agriculture Committee last night
abandoned his plan to push for re restoration
storation restoration of 90 per cent of naritv

price supports for basic, crops 1

through compensatory payments
to producers. ; ; j
Cooley had proposed the newi

subsidy plan only 24 hours earlier.

uwiey instead offered a new
bill which contains all provisions

Yup, It's based of the Administration sponsored

11.2 billion -sod bank except for
the pay -in-advance feature. Re Republican
publican Republican leaders said they would
fight to include that in any new

bill brought on the House

2 Of US Embassy
Staff Git Married
In Moscow Church

MOSCOW, April 27 (UP) -Two

American members of the U. S

embassy staff were married yes

terday in Moscow's only Baptist

uurcn. . 4 f

They were Jacqueline ,lvonne

Oldham, 27, Loveland, Ohio and
Army Sgt. Robert Thomas, 26,
Brinkley, Ark.
, -v
U. S. Ambassador Charles E.
Bohlen gave away .the bride.

Pastor Alexei Karpov read the
services in Russian which was
translated for Americans in the
churcb by embassy Second Sec

retary Nathaniel Davis.

A 50-voice Russian choir sana

Baptist hymns during the hour-

long ceremony. Some 100 Rus Russians
sians Russians jammed the balcony reserv

ed for them while hundred of oth

ers crowded curiously outside the

church.

congressman charged

vy" was creeping into the

League.

Despite many loud and bitter

oojeciions 10 a speecn oy a con convicted
victed convicted liar, university officials did
not intervene and the society

stuck to its desire to hear what

hiss naa to say.

. Society President Bruce Bring Bring-gold,
gold, Bring-gold, a Sioux Falls, S. D. Junior
student,. said Hiss was invited to
speak because his views would be
of "general interest to the facul

ty and student body."

i "While the society does not ap approve
prove approve of. Hiss': record, we feel that

his career is still an issue," Bring

goto said. . v; w .

Many persons swarmed to the
Princeton campus in this q uj e t

mew jersey iowh ror a glimpse
of Hiss. ,:
Newsreel, still and television
cameramen were on the' scene.

but were barred from the speech
in Whig Hall. Only members of
the society and A limited number

of reporters were admitted

Because of Hiss' appearance on

the campus, the Aquinas Founds
tion,- a Roman Catholic college or

ganization, sponsored a speech
Wednesday night by Willard Ed

wards of the Chicago Tribune.

Edwards said the invitation was

"Princeton's business; it isn't

mine." V'-
He upheld Hits' right te air
hit opinions but warned students
te take with a grain ef salt Hie
word of "e man convicted ef
tying te conceal complicity in
Soviet espionage" who hat now
chosen "a career in which he
inttructt the American poople
in the meaning ef eur relations
with Hie Soviet Union."
Edwards was applauded several

a; -i j i.

limes during, nis speecn. j

The. university s Roman

lie chaplain, was

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6 CIs Die, 8 Hurt
As US Army Truck
Plunges Down Hill

STUTTGART, Germany, April 27

tur a v. Army truck plung plunged
ed plunged 90 feet down a steep embank embankment
ment embankment near Woloertshousen vester-

day, killing six American soldiers

ana injuring eight others.
Army authorities said thev had

no immediate- explanation for the

crasn.

The injured men were taken to
German hospital at Schwaebisch

Hall and after preliminary exam

ination wiri 'flnwn hv hlinnntrl

Catho-'to an Army hospital at Bad Cann-I

eerea wnen ne.siait:

repeated his earlier d e m a n d s Witnesses -who arrived ( on the

from the pulpit that' the universal scene shortly after- the accident

tv call off the Hi" anpearance.lsaid the 2 '.'5-ton trck annarent-l
li.e hex'. HuLh 1. nn said it ly rol oxer ve, mi at it,
would be Princeton's ; '.'darkest crashed down the mite of the hJl,

hour." ' 'ana landed upside-down. i

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Jimmy Durante Is set for a
movie comeback in U-I's "Spring

Song." It's more film for Jimmy,

too, on I V. v L
Not in the Script: Mary Murphy,
who becomes Mrs. Dale Robertson

next month: "Dale and 1 are not
going to live in Hollywood, i We
want to live away from people
and lead our own bves. And we'll
never, never work together. That
would be fatal."

This Is Hollywood, Mrs. Jones:

Joan Caulfield, who swore the
was through with TV when "My
Favorite Husband" .faded from
home screens; it negotiating to

tar in a now TV teriot titled

That Potty Girl.

on the Petty girt illustrations.

THE WITNET: Overheard:

"She's a movie star but she's

been on so many TV panel shows farm

she s beginning to look like a test.noor.

pattern."'

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Cooley's bill also contained one

of the half-dozen provisions of the
original farm bill 'which the Ad

ministration opposed higher price
supports this year for producers
of oats, rye, barley and grain
sorghums who voluntarily 'partici

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ERACRUZ, Mexico. Aoril 27

(UP) Port authorities said to today
day today they found nine crates of Win

chester rifles aboard the Norwe

gian freighter Avenir. wrecked bv

explosions and fire here two days'

could not be determined im-

eidately whether the rifles are

considered as contraband, or
whether the Avenir carried am ammunition
munition ammunition which micht account for

tht series of explosions which set
;the vessel on lire.
Earlier announcements said the
jlO.wO-ton ship's cargo IMmisted of
coffee, corpor andhi-oum straw.

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" r. Eig Eating Kcbraslans Lib
. 503. ; Hefty Prir.e Rib Roast j
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Bti.pr a. Bircuuuua luuiimw - "... in.ti .miof. ih nr Manui iuuiuikui

nf the Oolden Altar. French Ptaaa w r11erM helonEina to the late Ra-

falace and the labulous. cohecUon w pou jew 7,
mona Lelevre. i ? ': 1; : .......

v.i ambassador' And mrs.',harrington;: ty&ffift.
toJaJ, BesWence on Wta on April 3uth.,

Er.iifitn'EmbMty Dinntr
The -Ambassador ol Brazil and
rtin0i,in imililrao rragoso

ho'sts'aT an Embassy dinner

last night. Among
were Rear Admiral and lbi UWt
. fiAuornnr of Colon

S L. Jose Maria Gonzalez,

M); Dora de Arias..and Chief ot
Protocal,. CamUo Levy Salsedo.
rewell .DlhnerFof U. Cl.

Col. and Mrs.Eugene Kru Kru-jer
jer Kru-jer were tendered a farewell din dinner
ner dinner Monday night It the Bella
Vista Room of the El Panama
Hotel by Mr. ,and Mrs. Ernesto
Jaramillo. The Kru?fir 'are leav leaving
ing leaving for the lil ted Slates shortly.
WedJIng'ci' "T-tcheH Trwt :

iiay 18 has been set as the date
for the wedding ol Ms!r Mary
Beth Hatchett to Mr. 'Walter
n. tk. xonHiviisht ceremony

will Uke place at the B a 1 boa
1 rhiirih at 6:30 D.m. and

will be foUowed by a reception.
No cards have been. Issued for
the wedding or reception but ail
frienda of the families concerned
re invited to attend. Mary Betii
. ..i.L.ta. 1. tk ilanffhtAF Of Mr.

k.. w.itor Trout if the son

of Mrsr L, B. Trout of Balboa,
and Mr., L, B.. Trout of Pennsyl-
VMisa Hatchett graduated irom
Balboa High School, class of M,
. and will graduate from C.Z, Jun-

Mr. Walter Trout graduated
mm naihna Hiffh School in 1949

and from C X Junior College in

1951. Ha is employed wum ne va
nal 7nn Police DenartmenL

Th voiin counle nlan to leave

for New York bv ship after the

ceremony, for' a three week stay
before returning to take up resi-

aence nere,
Lions Club Wives Meet
Wivm nf TnfmlMr nf thn Pani

ma Lions Club met at the home of

Cocktail Party Planned

Aboard Bntisn Navai amp : (
i'D..t.tfir" ...... ..I.. ..... ... 1.

The Captain nd Officers of the
c.if.ch iMovaishiD "Protector

ii Antartnin at a cocktail party

aboard their ship on April 30 at

7;ao p.m. Among mose umieu c
high officiaU of the Panama Gov-
, 1 mil Z n n and

uiemueia of the diplomatic Corps

accreuued 10 ranaaia.

Rear 'Admiral And Mrs.' Mites

Rear Admiral ana jurs. muwa

E. Miles were guests of Honor ai

a buffet tendered wem oy
o ihonsiinai and Brothers at

n,'i. Fmnt street Store in Colon

' ,

on Wednesday evening, adqui uuc
hundred and seventy guests were

invited.

--ui-

m,.. MiMmd Friedman is leav

ing shortly for the United Suites

by boat.

Rrttith f mhaaav Cocktail

tv. Kritish AmDassaaor u u

w-..; Ton. HonHprsnn wul Rive

Residence on Saturday from 8 to

Mlss'ieai. O'Heam li Wed
t. n. -.i.--lui Oaiilav Jr.

Appearing in tne xnooue
Register; of Wednesday,, April 4

Xiui.. Jean Elizabeth 'O'Hearn

to Dr. Gordon wauora uaisiey jr
m. 1. th lanehtor of Mr

and Mrs.' Matthew C. O'Hearn of

Chevy Chase, Md. and has often

visited m Mooue, ai we num. ui

her grandparents, me laie mt, uu

Airs. JOnn vouruicjr. ,
n.tr limn W Courtnev. S. J..

nnela of the bride, officiated at

the beautifula nd impressive cere ceremony
mony ceremony which took place at the
Shrine of the Most Blessed Sacra-

msnt In Chew Chun The rhurrh

was beautifully decorated with

calla lilies, white

ma uuua viuu Hin uuuiw i Easter ana caua lines, wmte
irs. Lupe Alfaro in Bella VisU stock, carnations, tulips and snap
on Tuesdai" afternoon. ,., a, 1.--. .ikaji,,-. -.

the

ru b r TflWRFF truest nf hnnnr at inp u- elrlv lnnpheon nf the Panama Rotarv Club ves-

terday gave an interesting talk on "The Racial Problem of the Andes Indians." Left to right
mr- wct. kras t.Vi emlnnnh RrltL;h historian Dr Tovribee. President Of the Rotary Club

Dr. Pedro Brtn, and British Ambassador Ian Henderson, The lunch took place at the Bella
Vista Room of the El Panama HoteL -' -r

Roast Baef Hash
(Yield; 4 servings)

forming a background for

many lighted topers.

The bride wno was given u
k ho- father. WM ia-

diant in a gown of white peau de
soie made m princess" lines with

deep off tne suouiaer rouuu

ana short sieeves 01 ueumw
Uar tiered veil Of

silk illusion was held m place py

a cap of the same lace ana u
j ....saj hmimrot nf white

ana sue -- v,-i
n,hijii ctonhnnntis and lilies 01

the vauey in evauo, "o

menu. orv:::K:;..ri::':

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w 1 r,.'U. Tulea Titlll 'was

jura. uu6.. -

her sister's matron or nonor uu

the bride's two nieces, wjuriucj

and Craig Titus were iiower

Tne groom, son rar.

Gordon W. Daisley of V"".?
Chase, was attended by his broth

er. William r. uaisiey
man. Ushers were Matthew C. 0
Hearn Jr., brother of the re.
James B. Morrison Jr., Dr. wu wu-Uam
Uam wu-Uam Allan Howard, and Dr. -Wil

liam Alexander.

. : :- fcrld fnr the

famUies and a few friends at the
t .u. k.U.'. narentJI follow

ino the ceremony. The bride and

. . trin tn

groom lett tor .wuu
f.i"5i -j tt,-u mill ; reside in

turn in eariy may. ;
The O'Hea family has many

mena on uiv xo--. --- ---
,0'He.rn as mfffc?

ed Fruit wmpany iu

several years ana ns
??! n washincton. D. C.

until his very recent retirement.

YOU DONT HAVE to be from Nebraska to enjoy the favorite
entree f the Cornhnsker eUte temptlnt; prima rib roaat
By GAYNOR MADDOX
NEA Food and Markets Editor

with Mehrasta fnlks. all bie thermometer registers 170 degrees

meat eaters. Drime no roast rates r.

honors at family meals as well, as
at Feeders Banquets. That's what
Mrs. Don. Magdanz of Pierce,
Neb., an authority on beef cook

ery, tells us. uer nusDana is an
actives member, of the local

eeders Association, u ;

It Teelera Bannilptq Mrs. Ma2-

.nnnf r. rnn niinHa nf nrimp

uaiiA cijiw, mvw r
rih roast is not uncommon. These

dinner ar a nlanned for un to bw

plates, allowing V4 to pounds of
n..f nisi narenn The cuts are so

large that only the local bakery

ovens can hold tnem. ;

For home use, Mrs. Magaanz

haa the 'nrime nn roasts boned

.j miiod tn save freezer room

OUU X w

A day or so before roasting, sne
removes the roast from the freez freez-...
... freez-... ni th.iui in the refrigerator.

ci a. iv. .a... 1

With a thawed roast cooKing ume

can be figured more accurately,
h. mailt rooks more evenlv.

Top quality meat that is firmy fine

textured and wen marDiea wim
fat is the best for roasting. It

should have a smooth covering 01

firm, creamy-white fat. ; ..;

Te Roast Rolled Rib Roast

Two cutis fine.lv chonned cooked

roast beef, 2 cups finely chopped

boiled potatoes (about 3 medium
potatoes), 2 tablespoons butter or

margarine, w cup iineiy cnoppea
onion, 1 teaspoon salt, Vfc teaspoon
monosodium : glutamate, V tear
spoon Tabasco, Vi cup evaporated

mux, 1 egg. s
1 t .. ... .'.'.'.. 'r

Combine chopped beef and po

tatoes. Aieit nutter: aaa onion ana

cook until tender mit not brown.

a" .

Mr. And Mrs. Alexander urn

V-.i.i f "Rnrone today on

th Tart oi their -journey are

01 ranama. mcj -jc---
k iet 110 in Italy. France,

Spain: KSugkU Switzerland and
r5"...':..-i Wn(land. Mr. Lim is

leniaii';'

with PAA.

Arti. And Crafts Group

Li., n.ihna Womens' Club will be

M' ...... fAA

riven instructions in cup
9 j... it,, hnmn nf Mrs.

Helen Wentwortby house 573 San
Juan Place. ...

All members wno nave uieir

.inmant am asked to bring it

4;uat ai
to this meeting.

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ScisnllfsciSFproYEl

WA5HTKf:TnM Anril Vt fTIPV-

A arientist toHav renortett nartial

confirmation of the late Albert
Einstein's famous "Unified -. field

theory."
The theory, which Einstein spent
the last 10 years of his life devel

oping, was the great scientist's

most ambitious attempt to con

struct a unnied, tneoreucai pic
tnre nf the. universe. .

Exoandine on his ealier theory

of 'relatively, Einstein sought to

link, m a smgle, complex mathe mathematical
matical mathematical formula, all basic physi physical
cal physical phenomena such as- gravitation

and .eiectromagneusm.
Manv leading nhvsicists nave

been skeptical that he succeeded.
. 1 1. I J k..

Hiinsiem mmseu nam uciuie i uu
death that it would require many
vears of checking to verify or dis

prove his theory.

Dr. Parvis Merat, University of

Indonesian Prexy

To Visit US

DJAKARTA, Indonesia, April

Here's A Switch

SATSITlV TTtah t ITP1 Jordan

rhnnl district officials are faced

with the problem of under-crowd-

ea, scnuuis m uearuy. xjuigiiaiu. n iiinannin, uiuuucaia, .ni'iu
high school built to house 1,000 27 (ijp) Indonesian President
student hsa nnlv 57i this vear in-1 ....

eluding junior high school pupils.

Next year it expects oniy aDout

550 total enrollments, uuiciais are
hnsv thinkin? nf wavs to use va

cant rooms in the $3,000,000 build

ing.

D. R. Sukarno will leave May 14

with a party of 30 for his 18-day'
visit to the United States, the

presidential palace announced to

day. Neither of the President'!
two wives will accompany him.

tUU& Ulllll ICIIUC1 UUfc iiv Ul unit, j a a.r..a ... . f
Remove from heat and add to beefl Maryland physicist, disclosed
1..... .. . . r. ...it KafnrA the. Amer

mixture,

Combine salt, monosodium glu glutamate
tamate glutamate Tahawn. evanorated milk

and egg; beat slightly. Stir into

Deet mixture. Turn' into greasea
lW-qQart baking 'dish. Bake in

moderate oven (375 degrees f .)

1 30 minutes.

If-

Oh; No!

Have butcher bone and roll -rib

must Wine meat W!!n a clear-

damp cloth. Season wi, a t .lt an.
nnnnor Pirfl roast, fat side up.

on a rack in an open roasting pan.

Do not add water,, 0.0 not cover,
do not baste. hW -;
To accurately determine done done-ness,
ness, done-ness, use a meat thermometer. In

sert it carefully inrougn ouisiue
fat into center of thickest muscle

and do not allow DuiD io rest oa

bone or fat ". .

Roast in a preneatea siow oven
(325 degree F.). For rare beef,
roast 27-31 minutes per pound or

I until thermometer registers 140

degrees F.; medium 3i- minutes
per pound or until thermometer
;r.'in decrees F well done

38-40 minutes per pound or until

- STANTON. Mo. fXTP) Visi

tors to Mcramec Caverns here

this siimmrr will he able tn Patch

color televi. n as they mal'e their
Tounds underground. Owner Lester

a. pill is installing the sets.

bymcre

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i We Crtata Them. Try Our

Western M ..$0.65

Club. W'1.00I
Hot Turkey m 17$
iTocumen special M M 1.50

T0CUMEN
RESTAURANT A BAR

in

a paper read before the-American

Institute ol i'nysics toaay uiai uie
thenrv haa rnme through one staee

of this testing process with flying
colors. f

He explained that one oi tne
ronnicitea for siirress of E i n-

stein's theorv". is that its mathe

matical formulation should cover

the Maxwell laws of eiectromag eiectromag-netism
netism eiectromag-netism and the Lorentz law of mo

tion of electrically-charged para

Merat presented mathemaucai
computations which he said, dem dem-nnctrnte
nnctrnte dem-nnctrnte that both of these classi

cal eWtriral laws "can be ob

tained" from t'.e l.mste.ii tncory
by extending it to include the
mathematical concent .known ?, as

the cosmological term.

1A p-n- 4

As E!:it C:r.:!ish:$

Ap:rin;:r.!

wit. asm Va. Anrll 27 (TJP1

an evnlnalnn demolished an SV-

fl

partment nouse nere eariy iuuy
and 10 nersons were believed

killed. v

Unllee aatd 1 riorsnns lived In

tVia hiiilHincr and nnlv filv have

been accounted for since the ex explosion
plosion explosion occurred. The six have all

been nospitaiizea.
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The explosion occurred shortly
before 6 a.m., when a restaurant
owner attempted to light a hot
water heater.
The explosion left only one
wall and part of another stand standing.
ing. standing. Houses within a mile and
half radius felt the blast. Win

dows were broten witnin a two two-block
block two-block radius.
Pulaski la a town nf flhout 9.-

200, In Southwest Virginia, near

the west Virginia line.

fof you

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cakes pan-cakes whenever you want them now that Aunt.
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i j a wciiiuua tMuiuiiko iuia ai uuivru u, .uv uw u.-

. J 4 metically sealed tin! In the tin, Aunt Jemima ;
OAA r kP fresn fej5nJv. It's always pwr and
Jv'v o go you can keep a supply handy all the time.

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days during the year, your whole family will enjoy a special I .' P-Kj

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. Buy a tin of Aunt Jemima pancake mix today he!p yourself
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THE PANAMA AMrEICAX AN IxrcrENTINT 'DAILY NEWSPAPER
PACE N"'

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ContinurJ

Altar SoeVry Elects Cficr : .? Music will be furnished by the
jiechou ch otticers was he;J at popular Blurgrass Erwin nd his
a rece:,t iv.ec ur.g of tte Altar Ro- Western swin band.
ary fcociciy at Curundj. Those! Post Commander S. J. Kaplan
elected were i'bylUs Beat, Presi- is personally donating three door
wm; Aiaruta uueKamp, Vice'prues in honor of this Patriotic

President; Sally iicfadden, .See-. Day. Prizes wilt be drawn at mid-

teiary-ireawrtr. fnight. The general public are wel-
a social iwur wllowed the meet 'come to attend this dance, as wel
isg.and ciecUon.' . as all the other dances which are

'-- 1 ibeld in Post 3335 every Saturday
Annual Dinner Party and Color : nigr(t.
Slide Exhibition Tonight j
.,The annual diancr party and co-ort Gulick Officers' Wive' Club

lor suue examuiud w Uie iiaoio Hold Coffee

camera Ciuo will be neia in uie

uliai- Ijjou're j-ichin

lev J JIV16

Qcwe

(J2ed friend

i
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4

Ball Hoom of the Tivoli Guest

House at 6:30 p.m., this evening,
.members are reminded to bring
their cameras for recording the
various eniei'iaiumenis uia are
planned. "
Final Dry Staion Trlpi
To San Bias And Interior
Arranged For Sunday
Jo conclude the scnedule of dry
season trips, final excursions to
the San Elas Islands and to David,
.Muc.e auu Voicau have Deen ar arranged
ranged arranged for Sunday. ;
The trips which are arranged by
the National Tourist Brucau of Pa Panama,
nama, Panama, leaves Tocumen airport in
copa plane returning the
a .-.e evetuiig'.
' 'i'he one-day boat and launch
trip to the San Bias Islands, which
t.v;s the tourist an opportunity to
see the colorful, primitive life of
the San Bias Indians, has become
a popular "must" for those in
Panama.
. The interior trip to David, Bo Bo-quete,
quete, Bo-quete, and Vole an, assures the:
tourist an interesting day in the;

coffee country ft tne i.e.-v .. r.

The Fort Gulick Officers' Wives'

Club held a coffee at the post Of Officers'
ficers' Officers' Club with the newly elected

officers in charge: Mrs. Rowland
B. Shriver. President; Mrs. Mi

guel A. Fernandez, Vice-president;
Mrs. William E. Hilbush, Secreta Secretary;.
ry;. Secretary;. Mrs, Lloyd W. Dull, trea treasurer;
surer; treasurer; assisted by the new Board
of Governors; Mrs. Doy H. Carr,
Mrs. Jack W. Spillers and Mrs.
Hans G. Ruthe.

The vice-president. Mrs. Fer

nandez, welcomed Mrs. Benjamin
F. Valdez as a new member and
presented her with a ribbon-tied
codv of the constitution .and by

laws. Mrs. Fernandez also cordial

ly greeted the guests: Mesdames
Darner, Mates, Kline and Knight.
Mrs. Shriver announced the new
chairmen of the standing commit committees:
tees: committees: Mrs. Ralph Arms, Charity
and Welfare; Mrs. James F. Mc Mc-Nulty,
Nulty, Mc-Nulty, Hospitality; Mrs. Albert W.
Stetz, Hospital; Mrs. William H.
Radentz, Reservations; Mrs.
Jack W. Spillers, Acitivites; Mrs.
Raymond M. Herrera, Publicity.
Lovely white linen guest towels
and bun warmers were given to

coffee country ft tut i:ti f r-,,; m m
Panama, and also an VS, K
to enjoy tuu uwi-u-i -Lior,- Tam R,rker. Mrs.

.m ...j-y ---o - -.; nierre. Mrs. James Earner,

wmcn una area w uie tujnuy -,' Ta! Thomas

famous

Military personnel and their fam families
ilies families please call Balboa 1072 for
further information! and reserva reservations.
tions. reservations. . ; ,, J, -''
to-alty Dance Ar VFW Cbcoll
This Saturday, Post 2835 of the
Veterans of Foreign Wars of the
U.S. will hold a Loyalty Day
Dance at their Post Home in Co Co-coli
coli Co-coli starting- at t p.m. -v ,'

I to get

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JIGE

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Mrs.
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One of the most-popular diamond ruts Is the round or brilliant'
cut which we shew here in eleven carat size. This 1 a Jajer blue i
diamond, distinguished by an exquisite light blue coloring. I
Round diamonds are the most brilliant of all ruts.

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The engagement rinr which Prince Rainier gave to actress Grace
V. L? ,elve;crt mrald eut oblong diamond much like
Si!5!7B'.e5 With.U' the modeI w"" ixty cart
aracelet made up of marquise, round and baguette diamonds.

The door prize,-a white grass
linen bridge cloth" and napkins,
was won by Mrs. Per. H. Langs Langsjoen.
joen. Langsjoen. r

Mrs.

Shriver thanked the host

esses, Mrs. Haipn p. vmt ana
Mrs. .Alvarado A. Reyes, for the
attractive table setting and the
friendly arrangement of Jhe
chairs. : i

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, column should lubinultd In ljp ljp-writtca
writtca ljp-writtca term' end mailed to ene of
, the box aumhert Ibled dally In "So-
eial and Othetswlse," r dclivtrtd
by hand to the office. Notice
1 nHtingt cannot be accepted by tde-
Wlinn.

e Ca-t.era'T" 3--
: Annual Salon
I The Atlantic Camera club will
present its Annual Salon of Photo

graphy on Saturday, Sunday and

Monday, at 7:30 p.m. and .Sunday
afternoon from 3 to 5 at the Club
Rooms, Building 7041, Mount Hope
(near the Mount Hone Railway

y I Station), Visitors are invited.

JAIVMAN 1

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e By GAILE DUGAS
NEW YORIt tNEAV --Sense be belongs
longs belongs 'with 'sentiment when' it's

time to buy an engagement ring.
This is the purchase of a lifetime

and before you lean, take a eood

look." -'

Next to your fiance, your Jew

eler is the most important man in
your life at this point. The best
jeweler is not necessarily the most

expensive. If you re uncertain, pick
a ring from one of the trade-mark

ed brands that are nationally ad advertised.
vertised. advertised. Now, you ask,' how much
should a diamond cost? The an answer
swer answer is found in many things but
mostly in the diamond itself. A
small stone may cost more than
a big, blazy gem. Here are the
reasons why: '. : ,'.
Carat:, This. Is the unit ,of
weight for diamonds: Today the
standard weight for a carat the
world over is 200 milligrams. Each
carat is divided into 100 points. So

la a 25-point stone,, this means that
it's a quarter of a carat.
- Cut: This means the shape of the
stone and arrangement of facets.
Facets are the tiny planes that
catch light and make the diamond
sparkle. A popular cut is the round,
called a brilliant The marquise is
boat-shaped. The emerald cut is
oblong or square. Its facets are
polished straight along the sides
and diagonally across the corners.
No one cut costs more than anoth

er out quality 01 workmanship at

if your jeweler says that a diamond 1 facts both brilliance and price.

1 ma xi

ean

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Color: Traditionally, the bridal
diamond is clear and colorless.
But it picks up and reflects color.
More than two hundred shades of
white have been found in diamonds.
The whiter a diamond is, the
more it costs. .
Clarity: This refers to in ab absence
sence absence of flaws such as carbon
spots or fissures. The absolutely
perfect diamond is priced accord accordingly.
ingly. accordingly. But a diamond may bave
flaws you can never see and still
be beautiful.-

Best Buy: The solitaire,' orj
single-stone ring, is the best buy
for your money. j

Metal: A diamond iooks whiter
in platinum or palladium. How However,
ever, However, many people like yellow
gold because it matches the tra traditionally
ditionally traditionally plain gold wedding
band. -.r

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PAGE TEN
Panama A'.irr.icAN an ixrrri::;rrxT Caiit M;;::Aris
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rersiflage, Barge Royal,
Tony Are Main Contenders

Jose Mainieri's hard-running British thorough thorough-"bred
"bred thorough-"bred Blakemere looms an odds-on mutuels choice to

x r i i ta : j- L-if r

cup tomorrow s jeaiurea six anu one-iiau iur iur-long
long iur-long sprint for Classes "Bn and "C" imports at the
Juan Franco race track. : t

Second to stablemata Salero last'de Leon has the leg up

Stud Zep s hope.

week. Blakeroere is expected to

! bring home the bacon himself this
time. Bias Aeuirre. now back in

f- his best form, should aid Blake Blake-I
I Blake-I mere in his quest for victory.
I Speedy Barge Royal, inconsist inconsist-jfent
jfent inconsist-jfent Tony and classy Persiflage
. loom as the only dangerous con contenders
tenders contenders for Blakemere. Chivilinyo

Ten other interesting races are

included on 'this program which
will get an extraorinary weekend

of racing underway. Sunday the
season's richest race the $15,000

added President of the Republic
Classic will be run with the

and Cachafaz are sure to go off track's best horses scheduled to

rank outsiders. participate. Tuesday there will be
Barge Royal win have the adv-l races in observance of Intel-nations'
. i i -1 T L. 7-.. m... J

on the

i:

Joan Franco Graded Entries

P.P. Horse

Jockey Ivgt COMMENT

ODDS

intage of the No. 1 post position

plus the capable handling of wily
veteran Cristian Rebolledo. Barge

Royal will also be getting a five

pound pull in the weights from

Blakemere.

' Tony gets in under the feather

of 104 pounds and could take it all

' if apprentice naer Amaao ureal-

: dio finds clear sailing.,

" Persiflage, which arrive here

f: unheralded from Peru, has prov-

in en to' be a good sprinter despite

weak underpinnings. .Persiflage
!' has already defeated all the horses
! fa this race but will be returning

.from ,aA. rest period. Alfredo Vas-

Ji, Huez, the track's winningest rider
ji' this year, -will.be in Persiflage's
t; saddle. :Vvyit rv.;; : ..V

:i Chivilingo, an impressive winner

I in the lower bracket last weeic, nas
;.! repeatedly failed to make the
,!j grade in group. He appears to'be
too good for Class D but not good
J" enough for. Class C. Apolmar Re-
Ijlyes, one of the track's Uongshot
specialists, will handle -Chiyilingo's
."reins, '-'u-I
Cachafax completes the six six-J"
J" six-J" horse field. This horse arrived in
'it Panama preceded by rosy press
i clippings but has thus fair failed
'to live up to expectations. Osvaldoi

it

al Labor Day (May 1).

Swimming

ELKS SWIM MEET TOMORROW

Tomorrow at 9 a.m. some 150

young Canal Zone swimmers

will once aagln compete in a

program set up to celebrate Na National
tional National Youth Day, ,.r
Although this is the smallest

field of entries to take cart in
; i. m XI 1

uus meeii in xuur years, uie qual quality
ity quality is so high that many of the
standing records should be bro

ken.
Gold, silver, and bronze med

als will be awarded to the win

ners of the first three places, in
all events.

After the meet all contestants

will be the guests of the Elks

Lodge 1414 Home on La Boca

DOCKED -Andrew Hoovei
13. entered this 42-pound sail
fish in the Metropolitan Mian
Tournament. Young Hoove
grandson of the former Pre
dent, boated the big one
the' Florida' Keys.

Along The Fairways

SCHOOL TOURNAMENT OPENS

lit Ik. "I" im,rt,4 7 F,i yr $375.00 PmI CIwm 12:45
FIRST RACE OF THI DOUBLE

1 Proud Pearl R, Gamero 103 Nothing recently

2 Newbrignton o. de Leon loux waiting for mud

3 Le Sabre

4 Y. Prince
5 D. Duchess
6 Dixie
7 Distingo
8 4. Fiddling

B. Baeza HOx Could get up here

O. Prescott 110 r-Nothing to indicate
G. Montero 101x-Quit in stretch las
R, Cristian 115 Form indicates
' F. Hidalgo 108 Showing improvement -A.
Credldio lOlx No. 1 contender

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SECOND RACI OF THE DOUILI v

1 Qullacoya O. de Ledn 97x Could get up here
2 Copar J. Cadogan 105 Recent ones poor
3 Malaga B. Aguirre 108 Jockey could help
4 Mariania A. Gonzalez 100 Longshot specialist

5 Choya B. Baeza lOlx Good early : speed

6 Saiustio A. creoiaio iuux wui ugni it out
7 Ciprodal" R. Cristian 118 Lacks, early speed
8 Guayaquil A. Reyes R. 115x Won't even break
9 (Enchada V. Castillo 115 Form indicates

10-(Lazy Brook

H. Ruis 118 Can win too

15-1

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3-5

Iti Race "f Natives Vh Fit-Pun. $275.00 PmI CIm 1:45

. ONE TWO, V

1 Radical A- Reyes R. 102x Ran well in1 last
2 Takeaway G. Prescott 112 Rider only handicap
3 Bagdad B. Baeza 99x Has strong finish
4 San Cristobal A. Vasquez 113 ets real test here :.

5 Bugaba A,- Credldio 105X Should make a now

8 Redondlta J.uaaogan in wea reoeiu owns

7 Liborla V. Castillo 119 Was sluggisn in usi
8 Folletito I H. Ruia 106 Good early speed -t ...

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lnr mil H. Rnte 113 Could repeat against these 3-z

i miAn v r. Tcleslas 108 Not cood enoueh t 8-1

3 La Guararena V. Brown 113 Always dangerous ? v
a .. Tnif j- v r.natilio 120 RunneruD in last 3-2

S Uottn A RMM R. 1 KClUrnS ITOm JiyOU J ..'i dVX

6 Uyuyuy G. Montero lOOx Early speed galore j 15-1

-Ika V.' Koanguea iuox vum i mn

8 Fru Fru A. Valdivia 118 Returns from tayou m

5th

Race "I" ImpertW '"W rt.PH" $275.00 .PtW Cities 2i5I

1 Jacbalin (

2 Tap Lady
3 Chepanlta
4 Rabiblanco

Road, where refreshment will be Balboa Junior High. Balboa 5 Mochito

SATURDAY AT SUMMIT

A total of 22 young men from

' A .Gonzalea 118 Shewing ; improvement
O. de Leon 100 Must go much lower
O. le Leon 107x Is in-and-outer j
B. Baeza 108x Better rider now .

H. Ruia 115 seeks tnira siraigm

served.

Master Your Game . No. 11

Shoulder Stroke Putt

fi

By JACKIE BURKE
, Mister of tht Muttrt
Writttn-for NBA Strviee

Good putting has a sedative ef ef-!
! ef-! feet on the remainder ol your
game, '.j--1
,'; Tie easiest putt; and the hard-
est mentally, is the three-footer.
' It seems incredible that you
i.. could yip a three-footer.
" If you are not ordinarily ner ner-tlivous,
tlivous, ner-tlivous, something more than tem-
perament makes you miss them.

Since a muff is produced, by a

stroke that utilizes too many mus-

t( cles, and hence too many nerves
. '' something in the stroke 1st unnec
h essarv. .. ' "

j Some puft with a combination
! of wrists, shoulders and rear end.
They have about 1,100 muscles,
and eoodness knows how many

1 nerves, working at once, Obvi

ous vlthe rear end is not needed.

. Certainly the wrists ; and shoui-

der toeether are. unnecessary.

From the standpoint of nerves,

vou have greater control of the

shoulders than the wrists. Fewer

muscles are- required to move

them. Hence there are ? fewer

(nerves to control. :
I As I point out in the book, "The
Natural Way to Better Golf" (Han-

over House), It Is much easier to

groove a shoulder stroke than
wrist' 'stroke. ''-"

An overwhelming majority of
putts are missed not because they
are misjudged but because they
are mis-hit. ;
The stroke that hits the ball the
same way more often for more
people is the shoulder stroke.
It is the secret of consistent put putting.
ting. putting.

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PANAMA 2-2904 1

High, and Canal Zone y Junior
College have qualified for the

1056 Intramural Handicap Tour-

nament to be held, at Summit
Hills Golf Club and starting at

8 a.m. tomorrow.

The first 18 holes ,of the 38-

hole affair will be played tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow and the final 18 will be run
off on the following; Saturday
morning, May 5.-

In order to quamy xor tne
tournament.'thp bovs had to at

tend one of the three schools

mentioned above, and were : re

quired to turn in five score cards

as or Tuesaay anernoon. ;
Tt is evnected that a large ma

jority of the qualifiers will show
up for the tourney paving been

interested ".enougtv w piay
thplr nnnlifvinir rounds.

The bovs ranse in skill and

experience from some pretty
good golfers right down the line
tn come hard workintr dubbers.

The first foursome made up of

all high school boys, snouia prove
tn v.b d n int.ere.itins match.

Tn this proun ; will be playing

Wesley Young, David Drennan,

Jim DesLondes and Jack- peran

A list f the olayers and their
too, nf.f time follows"

8:00 Wesley Young, David
nrennnn. JimDesLondas, Jack

8:05 Reginald Hayden. Jim
Watson, Edward Lord. Asa Bar Barley,
ley, Barley, .,.'- ', .- i.
8:10 Dan DesLondes, Fred
Dube. Bob Hatting. Jeffrey Kline.
8:15 Douglas Bergere,. Mil Milton
ton Milton Musser. Peter Peca, Ken A A-mnto.
mnto. A-mnto. 4 4
8:20 Warren. Marquara,
Richard Tewes, Bob Sander.
- 8:25 Harry Elliot. BlU En-

gelke, Worden rrencn.
LADIES DAY AT FORT DAVIS
Trills Johnson won the Flag

Tournament Wednesday. Ruby

vniorer won the nrize for low

nutts on the front nine.

Regular Ladies Day Tourna Tournaments
ments Tournaments are each Wednesday and

the new chairman jean ;wc ;wc-)..
).. ;wc-).. a int nf vood things

planned ; for j the forthcoming
weeks. -'' '"""';.':-. I.j
an von irals i who have naa

httlft fundamentals, come

nn mir. inn mm l,qics iwj

play for next ween ww oe iur

gross, nei ana .puna.. ,y --

PANAMA WOMEN'S GOLF
ASSOCIATION

The line-up for the monthly

PWGA tournament to ne iwiu

at Gamboa Golf CWU tomorrow

Is as follows: v

. TEE ;. ','.,;
8:30 Mae Askew, C. Bishop. B.
Hughes.
8:30 C. Burns, K. Call. S. Car Carpenter.
penter. Carpenter.

8:40 P. uarmieu, u ."".
Todd.
8:45 B. Dllger, E. Mathieson, R.
Krueer.
8:50 L. Hadley. W.anks. 3.
Morris.
8:55 M. Betters, D, LaCrofat, L.
Johnson.
9:00 M. Bucolo, r.iMontayne,
M. Mallory.

TEE No. 5
8:30 B. Fish, E. Dials, M. Tay Tay-lor.
lor. Tay-lor.
i 8:35 J. Stlrewalt, C. Gerrans,
A. Clark.
8:40 J. Alexander, A, Shilling,
R. Cherry.
Any of you girls who failed to
sign in with your representative
come on out and loin the fun.
There will always oe a partner
for you. Let's make this a good
tournament. Also don't forget
that we are always on the look lookout
out lookout for new members.

a nor. ri fiann TV Hiriale'o 105 Poor effort In last

7 Panchlta A. Credldio 105x Exciuoea, irom oeumg

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ly JIMMY BRESLIN

At Le Mans, France. 81 neoDle

were killed when a souped-up car
exploded and sent its parts flvine

into spectators during this famous
road race.
Bill Vukovich, the Fresno,, Calif.,
ace, was making a strong bid for
his third straight Indianapolis 500
last year when bis mount went

haywire and earned him to obli oblivion
vion oblivion in front of 140.000 DeoDle.

- And on one Sunday afternoon's
racing this year, Walt Faulkner,

a. veteran, r,rnie MCAiee, an

other top driver; and William Har

ris, a" mechanic, were lulled at

auferent events around the nation,

With this evidence in hand, it
would appear that auto racing
by far the most dangerous part

oi ine sports world has absolute absolutely
ly absolutely no defense from those critics

woo say it should be barred.
The American Automobile As Association
sociation Association withdrew its soonsor-

ship from the Indianapolis event

ust year and left the impression
that heavy casualties 43 deaths

in the first 39 "500" events was

the reason.

i There- Is another side to auto automobile
mobile automobile racing, however. You see

it in many things. There are, for

example, two men sitting in cars

in front of the Indianapolis Speed

way gates. By the time the sates

open for this year's "500," May
30, they will have waited, seven

weeks to see it, ..

. The advance sale is at an all-

time high. Officials expect close

to 150,000. ,,

6th Rata "H-1" lpertt Vh $400.00 ftel CItMl l:35j

- FIRST KAwl vf ma uiwtut i
1 Rtaul' F. Hidalgo' 118 -Improving' steadily
2 Moon Beam B. aBeza 112x Good recent races
S-Jaquimazo F. Godoy 118-Nothing recently

4Wh1t. Anron B. Aguirre lu naror snarp

5 Reflector

8--Lyrical

7V 'Ctt
8
9 G. y t, "t
10 Valley Star

c. Ruia 113 -wni fiKht it out .....

A. Peye K. I07x Will force the pace
A o 'cz 113 i-Could score at price
"a n Nothing to recommer
ACip ..a loix I dually .close up
R, Cri. -:an 115 L- ance to l.Ung
. : ,: -. .,? ?

,Ntl Cltati 4:05

7.1. "fi" laiitJ 7 Fti.Partt $450.00

SICONO RACI Of THE DOUILI,
1- Happy Abode A. "VasqueB 113 jKacinc to 'top'iorm
2 Elko- Godoy ?18 -Could take it all
Donny Boy A. Valdivia 115 -Nothing in months
4- Onda Real B. Aguirre 113 -Dangerous contender
5 (Genizarito A. Credidio HOx -Seeka repeat victory
-.(Kensington B. Baeza HOx -Poor, recent races
7-Kiosco ) J, Adames I12x -Returns from layoff
8-Florera) O. de Le6n 89x-Fleld seems tough
9 (Lucky Test C. Ruis 113 -Has strongest finish v
ioT(Escorlal 115 -Rates good chance too

And o vou have the f pstimnnv

giten oy raulfener at last year s

30-1 rce.. ..- :-, ... -,.;..,-;. :

2-1 1 tot into this business during

needed some money home and I
won enough to pay bills.

The first crack-up I, was In

started .me thinking about the

business, especially when I was

stretched out on a hospital, bed.

But I got over that. There's some

thing to this business which keeps
you in it. I like it and so does ev

erybody, else. Certainly the money

doesn t no -it. V ; ?..v :'. i',-'.:

Per thett wht eontand that such

events, at the Indianapolis "500"

are nothing more than testing
erounds for major auto companies.

you have the testimony of mecha

nics, drivers and owners o the

; "We don't think of Detroit
when we come here." they'll tell

you. "All we're trying to do is
put together a ar which can go.
500 'miles, faster ; than anybody

else's.'.' ','

20-1
3-1

15-1

3- 2
2-1
4- 1
51
10-1
10-J
1-1

i

2- 1
3- 1

30-1

4-1

5-l
5-1

30-1

30-1
3-2
3-2

ith Race ,,H-15 lm-Yi Ut.fwn $400.00 Pttl Cbtea 4:40

1 Aroeglo 3. Chuna 106 -Jockey main handicap
2- M. Moonllte R. Cristian 115 -eems "sure thing-3l-Brlght
Blade F. Godoy 115 Improving steaduy
4Pont6n ; H. Rul 113 THas good finish -5-Two
Colors F. Hidalgo 113 -Disappointment thus far,
iZaieco V. Brown 113 -Not real sharp yet
rXnat O. de Le6n 102x -Would pay long odds
8 (Must Be E. Gutlerres 1Q5X -Doesn't seem ikely
tl M. SliPPer B. Baeza 112x -Nothing recenUy
10-(PanzaretU R, Gamero 110 -Good ear) speed t

5-1

f 1-2

8-1

S-l

3-1

15-1
30-1
20-1
20-1

20-1

9tk Race "H-l" lmMrttjl-Vi $400.00 Pttl Cltita $:15

v ONI inv

1- Tllama R. Cristian 113 -Nothing In, months
2-M, Maker J. Samaniego 113 -Usually works well ...
3- Dofla Beatris B. Baeza 107x-Early speed only
4- Espagirlco A. Reyes R. I05x-Close up to last
5-Panicus H. Ruis 105 -Rates good chance
n club A. Valdivia 113 Would pay well
7- Coral F. Hidalgo 108 wCould be upsetter
8- Merry Mason F. Godoy 110 -Should be close up v
9- Fontalnebleu A. Vasques 114 -Form indicates1
10- Blngle Slipper O .Chanls 110 Returns from layoff

10-1
8-1

151
4-1
. 21
. 20-1
10-1

8-1
EVEN

30-1

10th Raet '-C- 1" T" Fi Prtt 1730.00 ttl Otses 5?P

1 Barge Royal R. Cristian 110 -Could go all the way v
nhiniiinirA a neves R. 107x Not aeainst these

AViuiMwau -. - -w

A, vreaiaio iox ungeiuu
A. Vasquez 124 Rates good chance
O. de Le6n 102x Not off last
B. Aguirre 115 4ng overdue

8 Tony

4,-Perisflage
5 Fachafas
8 Blakemere

2-1
10-1

2-1

3-1
151
3-2

11th Race "llimittitiiw 1 MiltPwwa $800.00 Pttl Cltata......

1 D. Maiden F. Hidalgo 110 t Needs mud first 10-1

oVirt.irnrriiii A. Ubldia 102 Runs wide on turns : s-l

3 Tempestad A. Reyes R. 102x Last was impressive 4-1
4 Coronellno O. de Leon 108x Distance handicaps 5-1

R. Gamero 108 Has strong nnisn 3-i
A. Valdivia 108 Distance to liking 15-1
R. Cristian 118 Will be close up 5-1

B. Asulrre 120 Shouldn't miss here i-z

5-Grisu

(U-Cames

7 Chic's Ned

8 Firenze
9 Double In

Cadogan 102 Excluded
' ous)

from betting (fracti-

Don't sit and tslt
for "Udy l uck" ...
Go and meet her .
: CLASSIFIED .DS

,;.lt,si 4raBEt,, fcr
effective scJIIrj

DEATH "ON THE TRACK Famed facing cKrimwS
Faulknet-hanes nart wav nut of his car n it fin. ..

.the uaUfying trials of a stock car racing event at Vallejo.
JilfCMLi Vninmt a killed in thraccident. ; ..

In recent years, torsion bars.

type of shock absorber, and j jet

fuel injectors, for smoother gas

feeding, have been taken from In

dianapolis cars and placed on the

production lines ot major commer commercial
cial commercial auto companies. v

'. Bob Swtikert, last- year's win winner,
ner, winner, gives a good illustration of
how drivers feel toward what has
become an out-and-out duel with

death as much as it is with ciocas
: ..'''' v.'j.-.;..'.f JV V.-ii;u,o.. r"".'., .'"

l "U you average out all the
money I've made in this business

through the years," he says, "it
would amount to only a couple of

thousand dollars. As I remem-

hpr it. I made $19,000 one year.

That's a lot of money for this
business. Drivers are not in it for

money.:''',:':'-t"T''-';:''"'''v;;::'' .:':

Thev're in It for the comblna

tion of all the things that make
people go into sports personal
pleasure' or ego or whatever you

cau.them." s

There sre "two sides to auto

racine. with death seemingly oui-

weighing the other by t statistics

alone.. ...

Yet the people still flock to au

tomobile races, the drivers get

there early and nobody seems to

tnuut of (he consequences.

.
Li;;!:r k!:cs Lc:J
h CI Lc$Vc;:s

LAS VEGAS, Ner, April 27

luri uene uttier. the 25-year-

old ex-sailor. Is readv to give

the country's top professionals

anotner lesson on how to play a

wav, wwuy gun course.

Littler tees off In the second

round of the $37,500 Tournament

of Champions today holdins a

two-stroke lead over his 21 com

petitors a better position than

he was in last year when he

went on to win this event by 13

strokes.

Yesterday he was the only

man In the field of champions
to break par., and he did it by
two strokes. He was out in 34,
and in 38 for a 70 on a course
swept by 40-mile-an-hour winds.

It took ton-notch tmttinsr to

stay lh th race. Tied at even-

par 72 were Doutr Ford, the PGA

champion from Mahopac, N.Y.,

Tea Kroii. Ft wuderdaie, Fia.,
and Shelley Mayfield, westbury,

n.x, Kroii naa a hot putter, too,
knocking in four from distances

of greater than 18 feet.

Veteran Henrv Ransom. St.

Andrews, 111, had a 73 and then
came a flock of 74 s.

Sh 1

i": -. 'r ,'-: i-l'jP' j. f?- :i f I : v.'

JOEWlLtlMS

Things were-richly different In Jersey City- when Frank (I Am
the Law and Don't Forget It) Hague was alive. People went to the
opening ball game whether thev wanted -r nnt. it u.

?hmtp wlth money lor ttcket. which was one and the same with

"C Mvora, ','-. '. v c ,i .....
--. ,,. f s i ,. i -. JJ ''.;' '" ,''.: '". ."
?' Roosevelt Stadium won't hold more than SO fmo, MS'" "r "r-dinepacked
dinepacked "r-dinepacked s n&c?, yet 1 1 sales dor ; t. ,e c. 1 9
annually recoiued, v,ith the two participati: tfams ( ..e v '1 al always
ways always the Jersey Giants) splitting the money. .7
r To fill the Stadium and set the pace for opening-day attend attendance
ance attendance in the minora was one of Hague's little yanities. He was a
confirmed baseball addict, and besides he regarded the Stadium
rather as a personal,. Intimate possession. ,r.s N 1 v -, :,.ar, s
1 In a Sense it Was. He dellehted 1t iellinr -Intlmota. tin',

maneuvered FDR into & spot where the. late President practically

"u"u tijoiue uu m grans nis request ior amagnuicent stadium
for Jersey Gity., 4 this in return for certain poliUcal iavors, the
boss had bestowed upon the New Deal.
S"And I left' him smiling, .he'd conclude "i told hta' I would
name, it after him. He figured I'd name it after me -: w-
; I Walter'lO'Malley, president of the Brooklyns.'may have flgnra flgnra-tively.
tively. flgnra-tively. shed a tear in wistful memory of the departed boss as h
studied the box-office receipts of last game with the Phillies.-
Only 12,214 paid to see the world's Champions in their new
and. experimental role as. part-time major league representatives
of Jersey City. i j
j "And maybe half of them came out to hear Eddie Fisher sing
the national anthem," yolunteered the pilot of a bus that operates'
between the Stadium and Journal Snuar from which Tnhe. inn

foe Manhattan: ;. ,' ... ... :, ; :i ;

If HatriiB rnnlrf -tell St Ann ftnlrot. Tn- ntn

opener, as reliable locals attest, it would be utterly Idle to reflect
. .nd for Mr. O'Mallev. unouestionablv natnf ui. : what th

boss might have done with this one. Let us be conservative and

say iuu.uuu. ,. ; f f , ; UM., -. ,-K . .., .. ,,. $

:Hft-:'. v;''. FANS NOT EXCITED- . V
, .-v ; .-':,,.. '.;-"', A.
True. he weather was not eoneenlal. .A raw Wfinur wnA lash

ed the field. r - 17 ;

Near-bv Newark Bay anneared more suitable fnr ir boatlne

than swimming. Intermittently an austere sun broke throutrh and

New York's imposing skyline would come Into, sharp focus, as If

eicnea on tne lenses oi powenui wnocuiars. . a stirring sight even
from a press box )n the Jersey Flats -.''..'-.-',

Still, you had a sense t that something else was ,missln sr..

something that had nothing to do with the weather. I wondered
if it wasn't a spontaneity of enthusiasm, an honesty of emotion.
In other days, Hague's power compelled obedience. Here there was
an implication oi civic duty with overtones of studied courtesy to

One of Mr. O'Malley's arguments for iunkine Ebbets Field 1.

that it is too small. Also that narklne facilities ar inarlpnnats

And yet the Brooks and the Phils played to twice as many at the
Flatbush opener than at Roosevelt Stadium which, though built
in "37, Is far from dated and where parking is no problem. :--
Mr; O'Malley has indicated that should he find it impossible impossible-to
to impossible-to obtain a desirable location for a new park in Brooklyn, he may
use Jersey City for all 77 home games! instead of merely seven, as
is the present arrangement
:- When and If that happens, chances are the "Jersey City peo people
ple people will be much easier to sell. There is something absurd about a
Brooklyn team playing a fraction of its schedule In a different

city, In a different state, and no amount of good-will hoopla and

dream talk is going to make it look like anything else to the fan

who stops to ask himself what's going on, and why?
Most baseball men believe that Mr. O'Malley haS taken this
means to dramatize the rather hopeless situation in which he

finds himself m Brooklyn and recognize it as a shrewd and intel

ligent move, filled with promise. , s vv'-v.

And who would be able to detect the true Machiavellian tourh

quicker than a people who lived so long under the rule of Frank
Hague? -; i

SOME BUSH PLAYS

This was the first big-league game Jersey City fans had seen

In a generation, and the suspicion is that many of them left feel feeling
ing feeling they could have waited many more years without havini mis

sed much. .

Thousrh the game went extra innings with the Brooks win

ning in the. 10th, it was loosely played and at times smacked cf
bush. It was probably just as well, too, that the Brooks had their
Dress cllDpinRs to prove they are world's champions. t

Among other crudities, the half-filled stands saw Carl Ersklne
wild pitch a run home, Del Ennis play a fly ball into a three-run
double, Pee Wee Reese make two errors on the same plav, Ecu c
Campanella overthrow second to let a runner go from first ta s
third, Jackie Robinson (protesting a decision) throw his cap on the
ground, and then try for a drop kick in Peoria style.
As the pilot of the aforementioned bus said:
i "You couldn't tell 'em from the Bushwicks, now could you?"



PACE til
c
31 f
evelat
a. y a' ti l M SS
. i v.
v.
Bostons Billy Goodman OK
Bui Not Yankees Power Type
Ivcystoos Drivo In 11 Runs
As Triba Clobbars KC 14-2
V f?Wtti((ttlff&
V'. -T :
hi hii J i..IU l.i

z,-i ruiJL'dA frir-icw a txcPENr.rr dailt KnrspArra

Plate For. CI

Cc7.!3.U.$.Tc':r

' By FRED DOWN

: NEW YORK, April 27 (UP) The Cleveland

Indians toast the most eiiccuve Keystone cumwna cumwna-ticn
ticn cumwna-ticn in the American Leagfce today for the first time
since Lou Ecuircau and Joe Gordcn jptrked the
Tribe to the 1343 pennant. ;

nine tm" 'd -directly tn the
Yankees' defeat.

All. In all. It appear! that

it's neat switch, because for
at least the last six years the
T-jna nmt trior! no" weakness

lliuinu ----
, heen at the keystone. But

now Al Lopez Is chortling over
b!s fine duo of Chlco Carrasquel
and Bobby Avila while his three
main rivals-the New York Yan Yankees,
kees, Yankees, Chicago White Box ana
w..i. tj cnv of wnnnefinz

whether their combinations win

do over the lone paui.
& The situations was dramatis dramatised
ed dramatised yesterday when the Indians
.clobbered ths Kansas City Ath Athletics,
letics, Athletics, 14-J. and the Yankees
v wed ta the Baltimore Orioles,
IS in the only (tames played.
Carrasquel and Avila went on
slurp nr bee te pace i be In Indians
dians Indians whfle rookie shortstop
Jerry Lumpe's seventh error In

MELBOURNE. Australia. 'April

27 (UP) Track ehamoion John

Landy hintea today he hopes to
ton his own world's record of 3:58

for the mile during his coming

tour of the United States.

All T arirfv WAiilrl ckv etukiflal

ly is that he expects to cover the
oistinct ia "around four minutes."

Km ha tnln MwimM hara thar

"I'm a lot better runner now than

wnen 1 posted my world record

time." ;

au. in au. iv appears mat ine Australian runner leaves

Cleveland general manajer Rank s here by ajr tonight on a schedule
flmtrirulM 1ata. V. laaf lauarh 1 th a- ariAuM (.at him JntA Can BVtn:

An.rictn Lc::.3

Teams
Chicago
New York
Cleveland

Washington

Boston ...
Detroit . V
Kansas City
Baltimore .

W

L
I
2
4
S
S
e

Pet
.800
.778
.500
.444
.429
.429
.375
.333

GB

I'.f'.a.! I A )
kaaiaViaaal Lvj4

Teams
Brooklyn
Milwaukee

Ui'st. Louis

3

3 3-3
3 3-3 S
4

Chicago

New York
PhlladelDhii

Pittsburgh

Cincinnati

Pctillc Sollbnll

PARAXSO IURWOOT) SOFT BAIL
i t TOLRNA.Y.XT

' Wadnesdav at the ; Paraiso

diamonds, angtherlarM crowd wit witnessed
nessed witnessed two more ball, games, tn
the current series to determine tne
soft ball champions of Uu Isthmus.

w. v v.n1 Titm from'A-

mador. Suffered one bad inning.

the fifth, when tne renx
. t.n mm nn five hits.

s" i.. vmx lu-

wun inn m mm" -j
elanis. iced the fme, was entered

the Second rouna oi pij.
" f JtoIa.W

inc1v hv eatch-

1W ""J""" v-j Tiu-

er Roberts wno carnereu u.i u.i-aafeties.
aafeties. u.i-aafeties. While his team was PK
ing up the runs,' Springer tha Lu Lu-ciani
ciani Lu-ciani chucker.was holdmg the Na Navy
vy Navy sailors down to four hits two of
vWh went ot Banner. Outside of
t t r i"nins the casing pitcn--',.-"t
,v i' a t -ns- ..!!' gsn-e.
Vi.h boder-support this, game
could have gone the other way.

Oreenbera rates th last laueh

at rritici who td hn ihmild:

never have surrendered 'slugger

xmitj uooy ia acquire carras carrasquel
quel carrasquel from the White Sox. Deby,
Incidentally, is batting .231 while
Jim Busby, also obtained from
Chicago In the Carrasquel trans transaction,
action, transaction, is "holding his own" at
223- ;..., v;y,v:fVvW r-
' Carrasquel, nJoylnft !. ont of
his bent risva at a Wainr T ani

hitter, blasted a .-grand slam

nomer and a bases-nlicd double
to drive in seven runs yesterday
while Avila weighed in with a
three-run homer and drove in
four runs. Vic Wertz. Al Rosen
and Oene Woodling also had two
hits each as the Indians breezed
to their third straight victory
behind Earlv wvnn'i four-hitter.

Cleveland Ditchers how have

yielded a total of 23 runs in

eight games. v,

" The Yankees, meanwhile, sur surrendered
rendered surrendered first place to the idle
V.hlte Sox when the Orioles
rallied for fly, .runs In the
sixth inning. Plnch-runner
1 rreU "Marsh scored the run
that pat the. Orioles in front
when Lamp threw wildly, to
f rat ; basa. First-sacker B1U
Skowron was eaually at fault
for making a poor throw t
Lnnrpe an what could have
been an inning-ending DJ.

T?n."wilnn' 15-ffftme Tvinner

, "T r.-
lt aitaicnn received iredit lor

his second mi'mDh or xne year
while relief pitcher Tom Mor-

KBH
With those seven error in Just

na m i.iimna is nosine

rinii nrnhieni for manager Ca

Btanvai whA'ii learniRa for

tha first time how Lopes lived

these last six. years. ,

Carrasqnel and AKa hate
ewniUed j t ttnn error each
'.; afsn ' Ji -ry i'itf
uiove i w rofi on
game than anv af the r three
rival combinations have driven
In all season. ; ;.-

that should get him into San Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco early. Sunday. He said he is
"looking forward eagerly but not
veroptimisticallyf to the U. S.

tour. ,.-.'. o,-. i v

TODAV'S GAMES
New York at Boston
Cleveland at Detroit "
Kansas City at Chicago
Baltimore at Washington (N)

W
a 5
. 4
. 5

Pet
.714
.667
.625
.500
.429
.429
.429
.187

GB

71
lVi
3
2

2

By HARRY GRAYSON

Krw vnnir (tr.k With Irv

Noreo's knees uncertain, the fan fan-kees
kees fan-kees could use another outfielder

With Billy Goodman mgnuuuy
miscsst there, the Red Sox are de -.
perately in need of a second ba.-

maa.

The American League cham-
n nnt hava at least two tumlus

jjcond sackers Jerry Coleman and

TODAY'S GAMES
Philadelphia at New York (N)
- Pittsburgh at Brooklyn (N)
Chicago at Cincinnati (N)
St. Louis at Milwaukee (N)

mti i .4nhhv' RinharHAnn.

...... ,4 v,

uooaman piayi iue wuuiciu vm vm-ter
ter vm-ter than he does second base, is
even more at home at first base.

Would Casey Stengel eonsiaer
trade for Goodman?
"None." savs Professor Stengel,

unhesitatingly. ;

YESTERDAY S RESULTS

I New York 400 001 0005 8 3

' : 7 iBalUmore 110 005 OOx 1-8 1

? m,im8 ,ny Pprnwes, Byrne. Morgan (0-l)

ftia I'll k.Hr mtr nonnl tima

Ibut I'm in too form and I should

run in a rouna iour minutes u peo

ple aon t expect better, Landy
said. j
"It's worrisome if they expect
a record ,evry -time I run. If I
faiL. they might want a refund."

Grim,

and

Konstantv and Berra

Wilson (2-0) Zuverlnk
Smlthi Trlandos. ..

Cleveland ins 040 lf)S14 12 1

Kansas City 010 100 000 2 4 I

Wynn (2-0) and Hegan.
Kretlow (0-1), Crimian, LaSor

Schoolboy
Sports

CRISTOBAL-BALBOA HIGH IN

vaus aiva at mikuakus
TONIGHT
7" J" STANDINGS
't Interscholastlc i Basketball
: . Won TjkI Prt

Balboa High ......... 1 0 1.000

Cristobal High ...... 0 0 .000

I Junior College ....... 0' 1

.000

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Brooklyn at New York
Postponed (Rain)
Only game scheduled.

da, Herriage and Ginsberg.:

Washington at Boston

t postponea (coid ana Kamj
! N6 other games scheduled?

jiHui th- Amhlnatlon 1ndl-

Tldualiy.' nerf 's me niuauoa;

Parrinmiel 'and Avila are mklC-

i. vi. no fnr ; the Tn-

dlans. mey nave a cuip""
ik vaHImm. avaraira fnr the aCS-

son but have driven In a total of

14 runs and oeuverea iour exir
base hits, including two homers.

Lnmpe fc hitting .332 tor
the Yankees but all his nine
h'ta wer singles and Stengel
ean't go on forever conceding
an error a dav at shortstop. W
kmdws he's solid at second with
Billv Martin and Gil McDoa McDoa-gald
gald McDoa-gald but he's yet to .find the
solid man to go with the sec second
ond second sacker.

- nrv.ita ia -ninaier Marty

Marion has no kicks on defense

In the other game Naval Com Communications
munications Communications of Summit met and
i k. v.ra n Jots. The Com-

i.,;nr team hrnke the Ice by

JllUlllvanwi. . ...
scoring in the first inning, but
their lead was shortlived when the
Jets propelled five big runs in the

i;f;i framii inn mil iris w

Hit 1 1 as a

Morrel of the Jt w uprb
. ".u. .linwina nnlv two

hits. Shortstop Farrel of the Jets,
was the batting ace of the day,
eettin? three hits in four times at
C.i. i'k i Radio men of the

. tn eet h U were Pacnette

and Spague. .,

On Thursday afternoon about two

thousand fans jammed we rri-
.ir .n4 attontinn was IOCUS-

U raia, auw
ed on the battle between the 3Srd
Infantry of Fort Kobbe, against the
T...i. unvAi: This was a thril-

ler from start to finish, Both teams
at one time or another had to
.,.. hark from behind, but When

j.rirna: called halt to the acti

vities all honors was even and an another
other another tie game in the Tourney re resulted,
sulted, resulted, The final seore was 7-7.
The slow stuff that the Braves
chuekera aerved first appeared to
be easy to hit because in the first
inning two back-to-back homeruns
by Starr and Brent resulted in an
'.early lead.. ""
However the Braves, using speed
and daring as their chief weapon
. -ffon.. had tha coldiers talking

Ufc Vliio w
to themselves. Going into the last

Inning with one run oenina, wjrai
li the Braves became s hero when game, it did not have the "en-

he blasted a homer to tie tha.tion of the lane, wno wm.
me. see the slam-bang, exciting game
I that the 33rd Infantry and Paraiso
. In the second game of the day, Braves put on.
. .1 r 1 ..t. .... .h..mI k a

lu illC vi'iiauiakiuu iviiiiu, auvr
Gsmbos shops of the Sants Cruz STANDINGS

League, eliminated their neighbors, 1 33rd lnianiry

By1 TREVOR SIMONS

1 .Tha lnnff.rialAVfThrealHna f

Via 10 Atii)nr hatwaan Tl.

boa and Cristobal High will be

gin tonignt a. me MargBriva
gym. Balboa High and Cristobal
arnnnit nn n.r.hamnioni when

the expected play-off was can

celled ana me iw oscnoois
celled and the two schools had
.in fnr hattar tV.an o.- Tfnr. F3r

.that time it has been a debata-

te point bsfj-een tne two. swes

in -a h rh n,(inM nave' oeen

B. IfU v avi -"

the champs had the play-off

game been piayea.

TAnioVit tha nnUHnca from Bal-

hoa come to the Atlantic Side as

15-potnt favorites agamsv uib
riaara mnntlv on the strength of

a t erar named ReveS

and Reece. They 'will also, have

the edge on their nosts wim -ne
i..ir rrnnn nf returning letter-

men. having lost only one from

last year s team. unui i
returning starter from '55 is lit lit-i.
i. lit-i. on.a mni-rla hut. nnnoame

teams have learned oyer a period

of a couple 01 years not .a -der
esUmate the power of this
diminutive, but dangerous scor-
er. 4:i :.A-v;
m.. .T..ntni. Varait eontCst.

! scheduled to precede the malnj

event of tne nigni, wm
l is p.m. and the BH S.-C.H 8.
yarslty game will start 15 mln mln-ntes
ntes mln-ntes after the -preliminary tame

Is over, Tonignt s game is a

rn.tr ai r-1 r-m? jr..1.n. tka. avi4att wittn' thsi T4iTM-ikivn TViH itr

: i this spring arc, left to riht. Pitcher Don Drysdal?, Outfielder Gino
: Cimoli and Second Baseman Charley Neal, all up from Montreal.

hav. slaved errorless baU-but '..w,,,, the. fint time that a

Lna iMrirtn is hitting .143 Uar.itv nme has been smiteq

nn irn' average is down at

.085.;

VBUflbJ
niH Vtnma nroundi

the champions, Cristobal."

of

Don Buddln looks solid In the.
i-Tj .v.. naH Rfivi.althoughl

v,a haa committed two errors-. -a., a flH-

;but he', hitting but T '"J S UC.J

aarnarta Inflal H UMii. vv,i -------

enough ground-
Yesterday's atar-Chico Ca Ca-rrasqael
rrasqael Ca-rrasqael who drove in seven
run, to lead the ''"
14-t Tietory over the Athletics.

the French team also of the Santa
Cmt league, by the score of 7 to 4.
Malcolm, the big gun of the Shops,
snowed off his power when in the
sixth he unloaded a homer, and on
his next trip to the plate In the
seventh he blasted another four
b"?er.
While this was closely played

Pravei

Paraiso Jets
lix Luciini'
Glud All Stars
Albrook AFB
Gamboa Shop
l.Vh Naval Amador
Navy Com Summit,
French Santa Crux

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lit' th mood for late iun?
then drop in t our popular
CLUB 4:30
mldnite to 4:30 a.m.
every FRIDAY & SATOtpAY
In the E ALLOA EAJt

Fe&turtag
. RAY CCX tzi h!s
TRIO IL ArANQUE
Informal, friendly atmosphere,
ask Ray to play your
favorite music.
Nightcap "on-the-housa"
at 4:30 a.m.

kJ

C::!$ C::!:'.3 1-0

a vifr.niftn have

won only three of their first ten

games in tne inwuB'
League and Al Cicotte has been
the winning pitcher in two of
them., .., ,

rrk. 'mn: nanhew of former

J. nrv.4. sm nltrher Ed

Cicotte turned in a uf-hV AT

shutout over tne Huiiaiu d''
. i ikt Dtrhmnnfl. I.eon

mSb llIKa a

er Karl Drews m tne

and that was-uie um iu

cotte needed.

The Rochester Red Wings.
..: Lnlr Avar sernnu

v- n. the Columbus

jets. 4-3. on Neal Hartwick s two-

mn homer ra tne bujwu

off Bob Kuzava.,tl ;

Le" Cristahte pitched the Mon Montreal
treal Montreal RoyU to a 3-1 verdict over
tk. it.. a ftne-ar Kinss and tne

I. ai(-a nutshiirved --the

Toronto Mapie teajs, v

.LV, 'i,w.n!.....f !p.i..-j-5,;.. ; a.
. Tha atlantla T.ItHa T aasila to

day released the Individual stat statistics
istics statistics for the recently completed

1950 season as compiiea dv Mrs.
rharla Path tha lposnip'l offi

cial scorer. The outstanding fea

ture of tne report was tne siei siei-lar
lar siei-lar record comoiled by Ronnie

Hytenm and Brian hutt, the

slugging pijcners 01 ...tne ,wot"
Solo Braves.. ,. v

Ilytenln led the league In
batting, runs batted in, extra
base hits and home runs. On
the mound he was Just as pro proficient
ficient proficient with a t-and-C record.
One of these wins was a pitch pitcher's
er's pitcher's dream, a perfect no hit, no
ron, no man reach ffrst base
game. To make bis perform performance
ance performance the more remarkable, s
the fact that the young play player
er player is only 11 years of ag and
has another year of J'lttH
League eligibility before him.
Lotting. Hvtenin's .567 SV-

, ari uaiwvaatptf r
erage placed him ahead of run-

ner-uo George uowm

ea Cola Bottlers, wno nosvu
A n.l.n T.llt.a WhO

Tine .duo miu tj .. .
iLuhed with an average of

.478. -.
Th home ran leadership
was also well taken care of by
the same three boys. Hytenm s
five homers topped the league,
while Cotton and Ln" wtin
three each shared the number
two spot among the long ball
hitters.

ATLANTIC TEENAGE ALL
STARS TRAINING FOR PACI
a?! Din- rvrrn r

. Aiianuc

He doesn't hit the ball far

enough." v.
Than vn hava in a sentence

...... g
the difference between the Bomb Bombers
ers Bombers and the rest of the league.

Power comes iirst in we lan-

Knnir and thpir scouts seem

EC UUU- ,
able to dig up the atrong boys in
an unending line Hank Bauer,

Mickey Mamie, x o g idbii,

Moose SKowron, t-ision n,
Bob Cerv and now Lou Skuas,

the Chicago restaurateur wno

could well be luggea aiong- ioi
:-v. klttina- iMirnnaaa a VOUnCer

and right-handed ediUon of John-

ny Mize. . . .- :

when Ooodman came out of

the rmed forces to bat .389 iorj

Atlanta in J""
thought enough of him to pay
ea aaa Aa hia aftntrart. Goodman.

39 now, led American' Uague bat

ters in 1950 WHO no u
lifetime American League aver average
age average of .310. He was the All-Star

first baseman in seconu uo uo-manin'53.
manin'53. uo-manin'53. ';

The versatile Goodman nusues

the other guy right out of the

park, gets a mil snare oi exui

base blows, ; .
na mnffl far" him on tne

Yankees, however, for Jthey settle

for nothing less tnan tne Tape

measure lobs turned out ny mica-

eyMantle.- n't

iour yanxee pucnen uw

sen, Mickey mcuermou, imnuij
d..... anM Whitav FnrH hit bet-

ter than regulars on'.other outfits.

When Marty Marion nau uie iuwij
Browns, he seriously considered
converting Larsen into an outfield outfielder.
er. outfielder. Byrne has been employed as

pinch-hitter.
a anaatiaa Buraartadlv Boiled

the 400 major lesgue players- and
ii a..a.Bart tnit nhtained teams

of most underrated and overrated

players. -.. -

Lenders
In The Maiors

I some oi tne cnoices are ridieu-t

jlous. Perhaps the most interesting!

atsciosure u uai uuiuemers wansi
Bauer of the Yankees and the
Reds' Wally Post are the most un-i
derrated athletes in the respective!

wueeia. ; i
Tha. AAnliiainit la tUnt it.. ..n

derrated player is the player's pla-

3 v. .is vviuca Uliuugu au VIUIUU:
ia raliahla at hat and in tha finM I

or in the box, in the case of a pitch- i

For various reasons, however,!
he fails to obtain the nnhliritv ha

deserves.

By the same token, an overrat overrated
ed overrated ballplayer is not a ballplayer's

oai'ptaycT. .. ,r ;

. This goes for a number of guys
with terrific equipment. :

foatov Bncanto .'J5 JO
In Cinemascope!
R. MUland J. Collins, In
"Girl in the Red Velvet Swing"
' Plus: Claude Rains, in
"THE PARIS EXPRESS"

Torfov -DWL .20 .10
"INVISIBLE MONSTER MONSTER-:
: MONSTER-: Chapters 11 12
"FATAL WITNE5S"
"Desperadoes of Dodge City"

. -. trinnin BlTTTB?

.(Based on 25, official at baU)

. luvairm f VStfltlK

vi.... rinh i ih r h net

a. i.jti .- v. a

Mantle, N. Y. 8 33 10 14 .42

wart.x c. eveiana i 9 u

ow-.M m v o 3ft ; 4 IS .417

'r..v. 0 91 1 14 .412

l-liouii, HPau - - - -
nerr. New York 8 30 8 11 67

NATIONAL LEAGUE
nnvar Rt. Louis 8 30 8 15 00

The At.lftnt.lo Taanorra .11 'Barni. Rt. Louis 7 28

Stars are out to -ventre theiLong. Pittsburgh 7,28

drubbing they received last year Moon, St. Loms 3U

a. 4al fr haa hits. OTIC

' WII WfcI i L
s.aM114aa anAmtfa Ol0 1116

again liai"?
front runners led by .mten n
with 19. whUe Lutz gathered 18
Sd Cotton and Keith Kenway
of the Police pals landed third
place-witlvlO apiece -Theitflm-

fw.rtoT.r. runs dhllcu i vy-.....-

Tmvrt thtil Dart iU .H4

-wait wv i awuiv Q.UJ CJlfttJ.1
They went into the series -last!

w aj IHVIAltUt JI1UV nig

from a Pony League size field to
9. rtTll1nffnn tlamnnl A Uknnnk

baffled by the change, the boys
j t. i i .

yinycu naru, out were no maicu
for the Pacific Side team. :

two weens ago, eacn club
manager sent five of his best
boys to trvout for tha Atlantic

Taanao-e 411-Rtara Twontv hnua

battled it out for the final selec

tion of twelve memDers mat
would represent the team. After
many workouts and nractice ses sessions
sions sessions the league officials made

their selection or tne twelve
heat. hnia fihfef Thomnson. man-

aaer of the championship CPO

squaa in tne Atlantic iuup, wm
be handling the All-Stars. The
ahlaf arrrf hla onnpha have the

boyg working out daily, weather

Permitting... iL tv

It S a real jov to wnicn
hn. hatHno fieldlnu 8 rid hllS-

tilnir like they were a spring

training camp trying tor i
tinn Ma- iposiia aouad. EArh

viuii uii n. "'Pi .r -. .
v.nn bnniiii ha hat maa) tne

' Mv.--.r .r-" .ni -ii ..t

Squad and tnat trey wu. "u
a chance aealnst the Par flc
lde, but making the. start
Hneup Is the pnal that keeps the
bovs on their toes. 4 y ..

.a..ie a mncr. i'x 1 1 uno

' JOU CUU s.v -----
team the central American All All-Stars
Stars All-Stars onl two boys: wer born
3 ttesideTNlne of the sou-d were
horn nd raised lraJ'. Rone
member represents Puerto Rico

andtheflladhau;-

4 12 29

6 12 .429
1 12 .400
6 10 .370

nOME RUNS
Jablonski, cmclnnaU 5
Berra. Yankees
Mantle Yankees

Triandos, Orioles .........
Muslal. Cardinals i
Boyer, Cardinals i

Long, pirates ;
Thomas, Pirates f

? RUNS BATTED IN

Mantle, Yankees

Berra. Yankees .........
Tahinnski. cardinals ..-

MuslaL Cardinals .......

Bover, C"rdmais ...
Gilliam, Dodgers

RUNS

Baner Yankees .

Mantle. Yankees
Yost, Senators

Berra. Ynkees
Gilliam. Dodgers
Drarnn TrVP

Boyer, Cardinals

....13
....13
....11
....10

8
8

10

.. ........ .w
f... in
'"' ....... a

s
8

FfTS
okowron. YanVess
Boyer. rarrHntls

Olson, genawrs .,
Mntl. Yankees

Tn?, ptrst'S ..

arnl, Carlnis

.15

..IS

.14
.14

.12

n

arika-.

-J L---.i

Toronto .

r.whester
imffalo ''..
"ontreal t,

1 ibana

r;-,aml ..
Columbus
Richmond

tinai lau '""-r.

P?E,"tr the leaderlinmbia? Thev are a o"ermm:a

w "wc" '".Vtrn tud m;hnrh of hcs w'th one w i-

Stffi"! oaUedw in m1nd;to w1o the Pfc -c

third with 24.

The pitching of the two Coco
Solo Aces, Lnts and Hytenln
was outstand'ng throughout
the year. Luta won 18 games
without a loss and s compiled
an earned run average oi .bin.
II. pitched a no hit, no run
game and struck out 128 men
lead the league in that de de-partmcBt.
partmcBt. de-partmcBt. ''- :
Ronnie Hytenln was close be
kin! t.nt, with a record of 9 Wins

without a defeat. His earned run

average wax a remarxaoie .ouu

Pet
.714
.(567

firm

. ..A i ... -tl.A..,t. n Via

.401 'credit - I .Max Sanders, outfield-pitcher
'.33? The' complete statistics will be! Rues Favorite, first base-pitch--JOfJi
published at a later date.--"-jer. .....

mino. to w"'i'"' -ii etars
wnad in the Teenage All-stars

Serie. .. -t the At-

lantlc AU-Sts their con

Uons they whi pw afnh,r: v
chuck Crawford., catcher
' Lulgl PernigotU, WlfW
: pavid Eberenz ine;a
. Claude Calanl as. tvfeld
Don Brace, outfeld
Roh wllmouth. outfield-pitcn-

1J1, aaa- ."- -o
Moon, cardinals ..."

PITCHING
W T. Fat.

wynn. IndKnv.....i2 5

Pierce. White box . jj
Ford Yankees 2

jKticks, Yankees '2

Wilson. Orioles ......
Roberts. Phillies ..... 2

Mizell, Cardinals ....

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Iixon

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Mow

As GOP's
barnstormer

WASHINGTON, April 27 (UP)
Republicans today visualiied Vice Vice-President
President Vice-President Richard M. Nixon as
their chief barnstorming campaign campaigner
er campaigner this fall.
They assigned Nixon that role
as soon as he announced yesterday
that he again wanted the number
two spot on the Republican ticket
, Democrats aw Nixon in the.
fame role. They immediately be began
gan began flailing him for campaign
tactics which they felt were un unfair
fair unfair in the past and would be in
" the future. .:
j Republicans said Nixon was a
"natural" for the strenuous, barn-
. storming type of campa i g n i n g
which President Eisenhower has
said he would not engage in this
tall.

'There was no doubt that the
GOP national convention would a a-gain
gain a-gain accept Nixon as Mr. Eisen Eisen-hnwor'n
hnwor'n Eisen-hnwor'n runniri? mate when it

meets in San Francisco Aug. 20.
. Rpfnm announcing his candidacy

yesterday, Nixon conferred at
length with the President at the

White House.
: jft.nuarric Mr Eisenhower, who

fVl lt T a. ... .
had told Nixon earlier to chart

his own course," lei i w Known
that he was "delighted" with Ni-

' The President's endorsement

virtually assured Nixon the nomi nomination.
nation. nomination. Part Of Gaillard
To Be Closed
Saturday Morning
, The portion of Gaillard High Highway
way Highway opposite the Civil Affairs buil building
ding building will be closed to traffic at 10
a m. Saturday, it has been announc announced
ed announced by the Engineering and Con-
1 structibn Bureau.
After, 10 o'clock all traffic will
detour through the Civil Affairs
v0-i-;no in Thi restriction will

onliriue until Maintenance Divi

sion forces complete repairs,. on
.(Millard Highway in front of the
Civil Affairs building.
1 Motorists have, been asked to
use extreme caution when passing
through the Civil Affairs parking

'Oyconers

Ouiiighf End To SecwecjCuion

MONTGOMERY. Ala.. April 27

(UP) Negroes waged a 20-week

old, city-wide bus boycott today

with a new demand for outright
. i-

acromion ra sesregauon.

While city officials threatened a

court test of the National City

Lines attempt to integrate the
Negroes mostly stuck to their

car pools or walked. Only a few

rode the suu-segregatsd buses.
A throng f Negroes attending
.a mass meeting last night thund thundered
ered thundered approval of a resolution te
continue the boycott until their
status is "clarified." Their speak speakers
ers speakers Indicated they meant deseg desegregation.
regation. desegregation. ;
"We will never go hack to Jim

Crow buses," the Rev. B. D. Lam Lam-Hart
Hart Lam-Hart calif H ont a hunt nvatinn

This represented a Dig cnange m
their original- demand at the start

of the boycott for merely improv
H cpstin? tinder .existing sesreea

tion laws so Negroes would not
have to stand while seats are still

vacant. ; -'
, Th ilsn hpld hut for more cour

teous treatment from drivers and
Negro drivers for predominantly
Negro routes. ;
ritv nffirials nlanned another

conference with representatives of

the National uty unes eimer 10 10-day
day 10-day or tomorrow in protest against

the company a auempi : w uueg

wnt A 4Vl A kllCAC S

City officials Teceived legal s s-yesterday
yesterday s-yesterday that local seg-

lau ra xtill valid but

they failed to convince bus operat

ors who ordered tne coior una re

moved on their vehicles.
The dry commission, which
threatens court action unless the
bus company rescinds its new

Seybold Proclaims
MaV 1 Loyalty Day

Next Tuesday has been designat designator
or designator t Yivoitv Dav in the Canal

7.nn in a nroclamation issued by

Governor John beyooia at ai
boa Heights. ;
rn kio m-nniamntmn the Govern

or called attention to the fact that

Loyalty Day is sponsored oy ine
v.L.m At Fnrpitrn Wars and ask-

ed that Canal Zone citizens join in

"a solemn rededicauon to our ner-il-ti
niir nrivilpffes and

.... .oennncihilitipx emnved as Clt-1

izeas of tne uniiea omi.es ui awv

rica."

A

BUS RIDERS To this aged Negro couple, Wilson and Hattle
Thomas, shown alighting from a bus In Montgomery, Ala., the
end of segregated buses made no difference.., They had been
riding them all through the four and a half month boycott by
Montgomery Negroes., The city of Montgomery and the stata
hold that their segregation laws are still In effect, In spite
of a Supreme Court decision.

policy, appeared determined
keep the passengers from mix

Mavor .W. A. Gayle said: "The

City Commission adheres to the
position itt has originally expres

sed that tt will emorce u
able Alabama statutes and city or

dinances."

Gayle said that the commission
riipr tnnk the Dosition that the

Supreme Court decision last Mon Monday,
day, Monday, leaving undisturbed a lower
court ruling against bus segrega

tion, did not pass on AiaDauw uu

"Wa are now advised that there

is a question as to whether the

ivo Convicted Atom Spies Re-tell Story
JW,rU pnf Rosenberds to Electric Chair

WW IIIWII ------

'WASHINGTON, April 27 (UP) (UP)-Snate
Snate (UP)-Snate investigators called convict convict-prl
prl convict-prl atom spy David Greenglass to tori
ri tori y to repeat the testimony that
l.ciKd send his sister, Ethel Ros-cr'-g,
to the electric' chair.
li 34-year-eld machinist, now
irving a 15-year expionage sent sentence,
ence, sentence, was to be taken before the
Senate Internal Security subcom subcommittee
mittee subcommittee to recite how he gave
highly secret Information,. Inelud Inelud-ing
ing Inelud-ing sketches of the Inner .work .work-ings
ings .work-ings of the atom bomb, te a Red
' inu rintt.

. r.raoiKilosi lictnnpH vpstprHav as

l!arry Gold, a confessed and con con-viptpH
viptpH con-viptpH pmiripr for the Soviet sov

ring,, told again how ; Greenglass

gave mm several pages oi lmorm lmorm-ation
ation lmorm-ation for transmission to Russian

agcnts---i;'.v',?A;:i.."-v v-1
r.nA nnw sprvinff a 30-vear term,

said Greenglass gave him the data
June 3, 1945 in Albuquerque, N.M.
r.r.onni.ci tptifipfl at his trial

in 1951 that he was recruited as a

sry by his sister and her nusDana,
Julius Rosengerg. The Rosenbergs
were executed for espionage in 19-

Greenglass was an Army enlist enlisted
ed enlisted man and assistant foreman of
a machine shop at the Los Ala Ala-mos,
mos, Ala-mos, N.M., atomic laboratory from
11S44 to 1946. ...
He helped make the high explo explo-:.,.
:.,. explo-:.,. in.nce" hcpH in the Nasfasa-

ki-type atom bomb, a later devel

opment than tne one aroppeu uu

Hiroshima, japan.
. Gold told the Senate investiga investigators
tors investigators yesterday he gave Soviet a a-gents
gents a-gents atomic data, film secrets
and "my complete soul" before
he finally realised his '.'horrible
mistake."

aM We from orison to tes

ts., rM nnnrpri nut a reDentant

bllj, vui f" ?
.i.u nt Vinui h was recruited m-

to espionage out of gratitude for

a friena ana men gin uccyci nu
deeper involved.

l Irnntu VI nnnR IlillllMiCO Uf

m TTniipH Mates." he said, "but

if the. crpjitpst riamase

wasn't in turning myself over to

these people j.. I turned, over my

complete soul.

The senate. ,. miernai octmuj
,knmmittp pullpd Gold for ques

tioning as part of a study of the

use of Americana in uie ouviei on

apparatus. , j

Flanked by four deputy U.S.
marshals, who escorted him from
the Lavisburg, Pa, federal peni penitentiary,
tentiary, penitentiary, the ex-spy said Red
agents used him as "a virtuoso
would play a violin" te get him
do their bidding.

k .moll nnrvous man with a

prison crew-cut Gold repeated the
fc ii. dbva nanincit the

Rosenbergs at their 1951 trial, tel telling
ling telling how he picked, up several
sheets of atomic information from
Greenglass in Albuquerque, N. M.
Gold related how he also obtain obtained
ed obtained data from Dr. Klaus Fuchs.a-.
British scientist working on the
project, and passed it along to
Russian agents, chiefly Anatoli A.
Yakoviev. ,
' Even more damaging, Gold
said, was the information he
transmitted on a color film for
aerial photography which could
penetrate military camouflage.
Perspiring freely, he said he
was never a Communist but got
involved in the Red spy apparatus

in 1934 out of gratitude to a friend,
chemist Thomas L. Black..

He said Black had helped him
get a job which kept his family
off relief. So he agreed to give
his friend chemical formulas
and other secrets of hit employ
er, the Pennsylvania Sugar Co.,
Philadelphia. These, he said,
were transmitted to Russia.
T.nfer ha snirf Ttlark Introduced

him to an official of Amtorg, the
Soviet trading agency.

Gradually he was drawn into

different types of espionage, 'in 'including
cluding 'including the plot against Leon Trot Trotsky,
sky, Trotsky, the figutive Russian leader:

Gold, now 46. said the Russians

'hammered" on his resentment

nf anti-Spmitism and used nthpr

i psychological means to keep him

in line.

But about 1948, he said, he be-

onn tn tphIitp that thp Srnript Pm

pire was "a horrible, hideous, evil

creation.

ActrPit at th pnd nf thp hpnrinc

whether ms espionage career naa

Deen "worm k, uoia repuea xeei

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Supreme Court passed even' on
the statutes of South Carolina,"

Gayle said.
Actually. the ruling left intact

by the Supreme Court applies to
the territory of the Fourth Cir Circuit
cuit Circuit Court of Appeals, including
South Carolina, but does not be

come effective for 25 days.

Meanwhile Negroes began sit

ting with, whites without incident
in about a dozen cities in the up upper
per upper tier of Southern states where
transit operators had .removed
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Third Series

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May 4, beginning at 10:30 a.m. at

the JJaiboa Junior High School vac-i

cinauon siauon, ana ai uamDoa
Elementary School Wednesday.

May 2, beginning at 1 p.m. :
On thp Atlantip eirlp vaprlna.

uons win ne neia ai ue iouowuig

n o u r s: risioDai Elementary
School. Wednesday. Mav 2 beeia-

ninc at 8:30 a.m.; Cristobal Junior

High School, Wednesday, May 2,j

beginning at 1 p.m.; North Marga Margarita
rita Margarita Elementary School, Thursday,
May 3, beginning at 8:30 a.m.;
S o u t h Marearita elementary

School, Friday, May .4- beginning

at 8:30 a.m.; Gatun Elementary
School. Thursday. May 10. begin

ning at 8:30 a.m.

rTha lfTACfom t fit T a 4-in 1 m

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lean Schools will start Wednesday!
May 9 at the La Boca Elemental

ry scnooi ana junior mgn 2cnooi
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City Elementary School and Jun-j

wr nign &cnooi oegmnmc at 8:30

a.m. t.

Inoculations will be given at
other schools at the following
hours: P a r a i s o Elementary
School, Thursday, May 10 begin beginning
ning beginning at 8:20 a.m.: Chagres Ele Elementary
mentary Elementary School, Thursday, May

10, beginning at 10 a.m.; Santa

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