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

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PLACE WREATH At MARX'S TOMB Soviet Communist
Party boss Nikita Khrushchev (right) and Soviet premier Niko Nikolai.
lai. Nikolai. Bulganin place a wreath at the tomb ot Karl Marx in Lon-
don. Behind Khrushchev is Soviet Ambassador Jacob Malik.
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Rover Boys Home Again
Bulgy Beefs,, Khrush Croir

MOSCOW, April 30 (UP)-Russia's leaden returned from II
days in Britain today complaining they had no chance to meet
, the ordinary people. i .,. ..i

; Soviet Premier Nikolai Bulf

iiKiia Anrusncnev new nere from Kaiininp-and (Itoenitsberi)
to b met by an enthusiastic crowd at the airport.
A few minutes later, Bulfanin, speaking to the welcomlnit
thronf, complained about the failuro to meet the ordinary
Briton.'

. He also complained that the
pun our yan. (
His homecoming speech was an.
echo of a pre-tnp complaint that
ri r i uisn scnenme was so crn'"n crn'"n-ed
ed crn'"n-ed with otiicial evens that i.n1
Kussiai leaders could hot siueet

, jf uniain s worKing people.

l.ut, despite this lack of con-
'. tact, he said he and Khrushchev
got the "firm conviction" that
the British people do not want
war, but desire friendship with
.the Soviet Union. ;
' i "Strange as it may seem," the
only organization which tried to
spoil our visit was the Labor Par Party,"
ty," Party," Bulganin said. "Its executive
. committee met with the rebuff it
deserved." ; '
( He was referring to the stor stormy
my stormy meeting which he and Khrush
chev had with leaders of the Brit Brit-'
' Brit-' fch Socialists. Party Leader Hugh
. Gaitskell took the- opportunity at
S dinner' session "to seek release
of an estimated 200. Social Demo Democrats
crats Democrats -believed held in Communist
jails- in Russia 'and the Eastern
t European satellite nations.)
But greater opportunities tor
political, econoii ic and cultural
relations are opening up with
- Britain. Buleanin said.
Therefore, he added, the results
of the 10 days of talks with the
British leaders must be consider
ed successful ;
Khrushchev, who spoke after
r i!?anin, also brought up the com com-:
: com-: pU t against the British Socialist
'We readily accepted the invita invitation
tion invitation of the Labor Party to meet
them," Khrusiivhev said. .-.
"We must say frankly that as
result of this meeting we got the
impression that among the. Labor
Party leaders there are reaction reaction-'ary
'ary reaction-'ary elements, f
"Questions about some alleg alleged
ed alleged imprisoned Serial Democrats
'"were raised. If the Labor Par Party's
ty's Party's attitude toward the Soviet
. Union was sincere, they would
r.-c Immd other questions, to,
as4; US. ,- ;'.'."
: -y know, and all.tlie world
kiw-.s, thai we are jtrying
to
ree''!v our mistakes. : .
"P" Tiie the (act that' we were
guests ( the Labor Party; we dec dec-isivery
isivery dec-isivery .rebuff ( their interference
in the affairs f o( her coui-' ties.
''We are ci u, ..-d that the at attacks
tacks attacks which c i n' Labor Party
leaders permittt i themselves are
-not shared by the rank and
of the Labor Party."
Khrushchev reiter a t e d the
' Communist call for a "popular
front," to include Communists
; and Socialists throughout Eu Europe.
rope. Europe. This theme was laid down
by the recent 20th Soviet Com Communist
munist Communist Party congress In Mos-
' COW.',...'-
: In the course of his long com com-ment
ment com-ment on the differences with Brit British
ish British Luborites, Khrushchev said
"our party will continue to strive
tor the unity of the working class
- movement.".
' "In t .e interests of the working
class." he adjed. "the Communist
and Sm-iulist parties must be in
. contact for the sake of a relaxa relaxation
tion relaxation of tension." ,s
Bulganin and Klirushchev timed
their return to be in Moscow for
- the May Day observance, one of
Communism s ma tor annual e.
vents. .'. -.
All businesses were closed today.
at the start of a three-flay holiday.!
na .Moscow radio said "tens of

anln and Communist Party boss

British Labor Party "tried to
'
thousands" of
persons lathered
at the airport
to welcome homei
, Vlt w leaders."-" "f
r'ikoycnToTcur
Latin America? ;
MOSCOW. AprU 30 (UP)-The
Soviet Union plans to send First
Deputy Premier Anastas Miko Miko-y
y Miko-y an, Its number one salesman,
oh a trade tour of Latin Amer-
uca, miormea sources reported
today.. v:t:'-'v,;;wv,;,
They said Mikoyan,1 who has
Just returned from a successful
swinq; throughoutthe Far East,
wi i make a strong bid far in increased.
creased. increased. Soviet trade with Latin
American countries and will seek
new markets for Russian raw
materials and Industrial goods.
. Mikoyan was expected to visit
Brazil, Chile and Argentina, the
sources said. -:r,
The Soviet Union has diploma,
tic relations only with Argen
tina, Mexico and Uruguay. It
was believed to be seeking dlplo
matlc and cultural ties with oth.
er Latin American republics.
Premier Nikolai Bulganin has
extended an oner of technical
aid to moat Latin American na
JErnst Erbe,

Dies Stateside: Left Is

News of the death last Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday In Johns Hopkins Hospital
of Ernst A, Erbe, one of the top
officials in the Panama? Canal
organization for manv years, has
been received In the Canal Zone
He was 67 years old. -
Mr. Erbe retired from the Ca
rta service at the end of Janu January
ary January 1951 and he and Mrs. Erbe
have lived most of the time since
in Florida; He has been In ill
health for the i past several
months. .' At th ttmn .if his re.

Jyeitirement he held the position of

executive assistant to the Gover
nor, the positionbe held under
that title or others for 17 years
before retirement.
A native of' Altooha, Kansas,
Mr. Erbe entered the canal serv
ice durin the latter nart of the
construction period. He was ern-
oioyea June r. 1912 an worked
toe about four years as clerk in
tne Ancon (now Goreas Hospi Hospital,
tal, Hospital, transferring to the former
Bureau of Statistics in 1916.
He left the service in June 1918
to enter the Army and was dis discharged
charged discharged two "years latr with the
rank of second lieutenant, be;;" T
immeditely reemployed as etat etat-lstlcan.
lstlcan. etat-lstlcan. ''
' In 19"!? he became editor of
The C Record, official Ca Canal
nal Canal pul... -tion, and statistican.
With an i ncrease in the volume
of statistical work during the
next few years, he devoted much
time to wage and personnel
study analyses and to service on

"I the people

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Riot Squads
Watch French
Tax-Haters
SAINT CERE. France, .April 30
(UP) Three thousand followers of
tax-hatint Pierre Poujade met here
today in emergency congress to
decide whether to boycott the
French National Assembly. Riot
squads were alerted for disturb
ances. ':IV..
Poujade sprang to fame and
political power when SO of his de deputies
puties deputies won election io the Nation National
al National Assembly early this year.
Since then the assembly has
invalidated seven Poujadists for
election Irregularities and the
grpup has threatened to boycott
the assembly. i S
The Poujadists did walk out when
the Assembly invalidated five of
their members but returned to
vote unsuccessfully against invali
dation of the sixth and seventh.
They have not attended an As
sembly session since, ; f ;
v i There was no indication lm lm-mediately
mediately lm-mediately whether leftist groups
planned to heckle the congress
during the three-day session, but
riot squads were alerted when
Poujadists and Communist and
trade anion groups fought last
Bight.
A Communist municipal coun councillor
cillor councillor was injured seriously before
the tough riot squads could restore
order,'-'.: '';;,.' ;
The trouble started when the
Poujadists called an open air meet meet-in
in meet-in yesterday afternoon and the
left-wing rivals called a counter
demonstration. Several fights broke
out demite the laree number of
nnlim miai-ds on hand.
Pomada rs lied in th members
lo his hoiiioiown where, his right right-wing
wing right-wing movement was bortt because
"Paris air does not do my boys
any good."
Host of, them are farmers and
smallkeepers who rallied behind
the movement to avoid paying ex excessive,
cessive, excessive, taxes. V
fclstsDue v
tlcre Vcdacsdsy
Several hundred passengers on
board the luxury liner Caronia
will come ashore Wednesday
when the ship docks at Balboa
around3 p.m., on tne ias ieg
of an around-the-world cruise,
The Caronia is due to arrive
here from the We3t Coast. She
will sau Tnursaay morninpr ior
New York, the port from- which
she departed on Jan. 20. :
The luxury liner Is one of the
last shins to hit our shores in
the tourist season which is com coming
ing coming to an end. r
Persons' Travel Bureau is
handling the Itinerary for the

visiting tourists' who will bet Doctors say he is recovering
sight-seeing and shopping in, from serious attack of pneu pneu-Panama
Panama pneu-Panama City on Wednesday. monia. r

Former Top'-.
1
i
.. ERNST A. ERBE
wage and salary boards. In 1929
he was named a member of a
classification committee sent to
Washhigton to make the welch
Act. ... -..-!
During the last Jtr years of his
Canal service, he wa recognized
as the top authority in the ca canal
nal canal organization on matters re relating
lating relating to wages and classifica classification.
tion. classification. He was made chief of the
Bureau of statistics in 1834, and
two years later he became Assls
tant Executive Secretary, lie

know the truth and the

PANAMA, R. P MONDAY, APRIL 31, 1956

IV 1

French Troops
Battle Rebels
In Mountains
ALGIERS. AprU SO (UP)
French troops battled Algerian
rebels In the Aures mountains
160 miles south of Phllippeviile
for the third straight day today.
Reports from the area Indicated
rebel casualties were men.
Heavily armed French patrols
moved out through the ravines
and rocky rldees at dawn today,
seeking rebel survivors. Light
planes circled the area to pick
un stragglers for the kill.
The battle began three days
ago when a French reconnais
sanc natrol encountered i
"large rebel group." The patrol
radioed for help and Fiench re reinforcements
inforcements reinforcements were flowrt in by
helicopter despite heavy overcast
and rain.
Cfcfclfe Th:fl
At Ceroid C:l$
20-Day Scn!::.cc
A man who said he took a car
ton of cigarettes because he
"likes to smoke, and didn't have
any money." was sentenced to
spend the next 20 days in the
Balboa Jail thinking It over. ;
: Jaime Lanas. the 34-year-old
Panamanian who today faced
the Balboa Magistrate for petit
Jarcemv pleaded r ti -t
charge.--"" ,
He stole the carton of cigar
ettes, worth 79 tents., from the
Army Sales Store at Corozal. La
nas had a previous petit larceny
conviction five, years ago. ;,'
Hzuif Vds
To Lc3Y3 C:rg2$
TJesDlte the fact that he Is still
on the seriously ill list today at.
Gorgas, Jimmy Angel, -we it it-known
known it-known flyer who is suffering
from 'pneumonia felt chipper e
nough today to want to leave the
hospital. ; ,. ,'i ;'' y
Angel has been in Gorgas for
10 days after having been eva evacuated
cuated evacuated by a rescue plane from
David In Panama. He is no long
er in an oxygen tent and la im improving
proving improving every day. ;
, Todayf the 58-year-old Amerl
can Pilot who Is known through!
out Latin American said he had
things to do and would Ilka to
et out" of the hospital.
PC Official,
thmus In '51
1
was appointed administrative
assistant to the Governor in Ju July
ly July 1937. '.p
Aside from W hem duties in
his official position. Mr. Erbe
took an active role in many oth
er phases of tf ficial and com
munity life on the Isthmus. He
was a member of the Canal Zone
Pardon Board and the classifica classification
tion classification committee. He also served
for many years on the board of
management of the Balboa Arm Armed
ed Armed Services Y.M.C.A.a...,;.,;::",,, f
He was a 33rd degree Mason
and for over 35 years took an
active part in Scottish Rite Free Freemasonry
masonry Freemasonry in the Canal Zone. He
was the first member of the
Scottish Rite bodies in the Zone
to have the 33d degree conferred
upon him.
Mr. Erbe was well known for
'many years as a tennis and chess
expert. During several years dur
ing his" early Canal .ervice he
was ranked amon the ten top
local tennis players on the Isth
mus. He continued as one of tne
best, doubles players up until a
few years before his retirement,
in addition to his wife," Mrs.
Ruth O. Erbe, of omndo, Fla.,
Mr. Erbe1 is survived by five
sons. Phllin G.. of Arlington, Va.:
Richard K. of Los Rios, who is
employed on the Executive plan
ning Staff at Balboa Heights;
Lawrence W.. of Austin, Texas;
Robert L., of Fort Eustift, Vs.;
and Ernest Erbe of El Paso,
Tex

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DENIES RUMORS Actress Marilyn Monroe, shown doing a
scene with Arthur O'Connell' in. Hollywood, denied "published
rumors that she was planning to marry Arthur Miller. "The
rumors have persisted for six months and the best answer I
can give is no comment," she said. "Besides, I understand Mr.
' r Miller is married."

Fbnc-bcmb Jury
.lay See r.lcc!(u?
Of Fatal Airliner
DENVER. Aofil 30 -fUP) i
Judge Joseph M. McDonald rules
today whether tho Jury trying
J'jtin. C ilbert uraham- for sabo
taging an airliner should M al-i
lowed to 'see a reconstruction of
tho plane in which 44 persons
were, killed. )V-.;.-'' --.. '!
. District attorney. Bert M.' Keat Keat-Ing
Ing Keat-Ing said yesterday he would not
push the point if the defense ob objects
jects objects to the Jury v 1 e w i n g the
"mockup"; of the death plane.
Defense counsel Charles S. Vigil
did not say definitely whether, be
would object: "V'-w:, .'V-V;,"v.
Saturday Keating read the con confession
fession confession the 24year-old Graham
mads to FBI .agents a p 0 d his
arrest. ;,,-,,
la the confession, Graham
said he fashioned a 25-stick dy dynamite
namite dynamite bomb and placed it In
his mother's higgage before
she boarded the United Air
Lines DC-SB on its flight from
Denver to Portland; Ore.
The plane exploded in flight and
crasnea near juongmont, k 0 1 0.
killing all 44 persons aboard.
' Graham is charged specifically
with the murder of bis mother,
Mrs. Daisie King, 54, for her in
surance.' Shs was among tne pas
sengers killed in the crash. : 1
1 Introduction of the confession
was an important key to the
prosecution's case. A confession
r a witness to the a t i a a 1
crime is seeded by Colorado
law to send a murderer to the
cas chamber., -" ":
Judge McDonald rUUd last
week that the : confession could
be admitted after hearing testi
mony from; Graham and'' FBI
agents regarding the- taking of
the confession. vi-
Graham's; attorneys ..had at attempted
tempted attempted to keep .the confession
from .the Jury, claiming it was
made under duress but the Judge
ruled it was given at Graham s
own free will.
ill is possible the case will go
to the jury, sometime this week.
Ex-Vdl Street li
vVittniiiii) Jwiifclttitf
NEW YORK,' April 30 (UP)-A
wealthy, retired Wall Street fin financier
ancier financier was found dead of a gunshot
wound last night and police said
it was a suicide. : 5
The victim, Milton T. Untermey-.
er, 73, was a cousin of poet Louis
UntermeyetV He lived alone.
Untermeyer was in the news m
1941 when be went to court with
an sssault charge against gambler
Frank Erickson. Untermeyer char
ged that Erickson assaulted him
at a party at the lavish Unterme Untermeyer
yer Untermeyer estate in Kennelon, N.J. Erick Erickson
son Erickson was acquitted..-. (
The body was found by a neigh neighbor
bor neighbor of Untermeyer's three-room a
partment who noticed the door a.
jar. Police found a pencilled note
but said most ot it was illegible.
One passage which they could read
said "a man s time runs out."
Untermeyer, iwho retired from
the stock exchange about six years
ago. is survived by one son.. Mil
ton, Jr., who said his father had
been threatening suicide for "the
last 14 years, but I never believed
him,"

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Fens Vcndsring
If Texas hi:o
Wi'l Ever Arrive
Disappointed rodeo fans today
were wonderlne when and if the
Texas' rodeo' billed tCappear d
"i uiympic ataaium in Panama!
uty would ever arrive here."
The ticket-seller at Hotel In International
ternational International said todajr she" had
no further1 instructions' from
booking agent Joe Evans as ; to
now 10 proceea .
Was1 money going to" be re refunded?
funded? refunded?
She; didn't know, v
Was the show comin. to town
eventually? t ,
,Eame answer.., (
Earlier it was HnrWotrrf fhat
the show was delayed irr Jamai Jamaica
ca Jamaica by transportation difficulties,
u cyans was beueved to have
gone there to find out hnt the
situation.'-; ,v. ,?f-M y'-'
A check of pa.senger lists
from -pocumen failed to show
any departing passenger' named
EvansHe had rtgistered at the
International -where he' set up a
desk-to' handle advance ticket
sales; which before the weekend
had been going well.

AMERICAN lEGION'S annual Poppy drive got underway on.
the Atlantic side when Col. John J. Davis, commandant of the
U.S. Army Caribbean School, purchased the first flower from
Miss Judy Griffon, Brazos Heigths. Looking on is Mrs. J. O.
. . 1 Chandler, Fort Gullck,

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15 Killed

More Rounded Up;

Forces On

. HAVANA, AM 3Q (UP) The Government or Pres Pres-dent
dent Pres-dent Fulgencio Batista announced today it had crushed a

revolution in the seaport town of Matanzas. Unofficial re reports
ports reports said 15' persons were killed and 15 wounded, includ

ing military personnel.

The government suspended constitutional Guarantees

including the writ of habeas

sembly and arrested former President Carlos Prio Socarras
on charges he instigated the uprising at Matanzas (the

name means slaughter;, 6U miles east or Havana. ...

Sources said approximately 70 civilians were involved
in the attack on government installations at Matanzas.-"
-. s Scores of arrests were made in the town as well as in
Havana and elsewhere in the island republic. v

Army, Navy and police garrisons
went, on urn aien to cope wun pos possible
sible possible other rebellions against the
Batista regime.
To facilitate the crackdown on
anti-government revolutionary e e-lements.
lements. e-lements. authorities suspended
the legal safeguard providing that
formal charges must be orougni
against a prisoner within 71
hours af his arrest.
1 The suspension of constitutional
guarantees---enH-nf tbi right of
public 'assembly and .freedom of
the press- war invoiced ior me
first time sines the abortive revolt
at Santiago in. July. 1953.
The fighting started at 10:30 a.m.
Yesterday when six truckloads
of eiviliaas attempted a frontal at attack
tack attack on the infantry garrison at
Matanzas. 1
The army said the attack was
led by Reynold Garcia, a former
employe of the ministry of com communications
munications communications during the Prio re regime,
gime, regime, and Julio Rodriguez, a form former
er former Havana policeman, Garcia was
killed. .
r Hours after the fighting army
patrols moved through Matanzas
and the suburbs seeking remmants
of the rebel force.
The outbreak came in Havana's
"weekly "news blackout" when no
newspapers are published. It
caught, hundreds of American
. tourists unawares. Scores were
stranded at the Varadero sum sum-mer
mer sum-mer resort a few miles from
Matanzas when police threw up
roadblocks.
.0'

nncisii,

Score

- s1

Alert

corpus and the right to as
An excursion of Bushneu, Fla
students to the Bellamar caves-e-sort
on the outskirts of Matanzas
was broken up by army forces -which
removed film from the stu stu-dents'
dents' stu-dents' cameras,,
A government communique on
the uprising referred to a previ previous
ous previous announcement which said ord ord-era
era ord-era bad gone out from Prio's coun country
try country farm for inception of a terror terrorist
ist terrorist campaign designed to "create
a revolutionary atraosphers."
- Batista overthrew the Prio gov.
em ment in a coup d'etat in March,
1952, and the ousted president
100K exua in Miami. ,.
Tvo Di3f Cul 52
fcrvivs Hair-Reisin
::.3 Crash
STANSTED, England.' AprU .30
(UPJ A British troop pis ire
carrying 54 persons crashed today
: i 'j . l.
ui a uair -raising ncciueni uiai Kill Killed
ed Killed two passengers and trapped
four survivors in the buckled fuse
lage for two hours under threat
01 fire.
Rescuers rammed through a
tense can-opener operation t d
saved the four trapped persons
while jumpy ; firefighters ringed
the wreckage in a hfe-and-death
fire watch. ; 1
The four persons who were strap
ped suffered injuries.
But the other 48 persons aboard
the fou-engined York airliner es
caped injury with the aid of rear
ward-facing seats. They were a-
bie to climb out 01 the fuselage
on their own. It was in one crum crumpled
pled crumpled section of the plane that the
rescue drama occurred.
The troop-carrier chartered by
the Royal. Air Force was taking
off for Iraq via Malta wheo .it
swerved off the r u n w a y -ano
ground-looped with a crash of tear-.
ing metal. -
, Many of 'the passengers ;wcre
servicemen's families." They 'in 'included
cluded 'included 11 mothers and 18 children,
four of them babies.
A flash fire would have meant
disaster. But there was no fire.
"It is a very lucky thing "there
was no fire," an air ministry
Spokesman laid later.
For in the, crumpled section of
the fuselage lay the bodies of a
Royal Air Force serviceman and
a woman wno were amea on im impact
pact impact plus four living persons,' two
women, a child and a man, ;
Pay-AsYou-See
TV RovrTbssetj
In Congress! Lap
iWASHINGTON, April SO (UP)
The American Broadcasting
CO. urged Congress today t"as t"as-sert
sert t"as-sert its jurisdiction" and settle
the controversy over pay -as -you-see
television. w'
In a statement to the Senate
Commerce Committee, the net network
work network said the Federal Commu Communications
nications Communications Commission, which Is
considering subscription TV pro proposals,
posals, proposals, has no authority to au authorize
thorize authorize a pay-TV system.
ABC said Congress should a a-dopt
dopt a-dopt resolution opposing the
proposed new system. ..
' Labor Day :
' Tomorrow's Lobor t)ai
m Panama. So we snsn't
labor. Back Wednesday.



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EQUALITY AND THE BIBLE

f Tt. IHr thit ,a must iiu this mlumn tn discuss Our DCr

soma moral convicuuiis. nucti a imu u v
sovjid reasoning, such, u Fed Up apparently possesses, lloimsh

untnecKea.
rrf uo. von- should now be on the jet well list. I'm re-

lerfaR to your last near-fatal battle with the thinking world.
t My friend and co?thinker, Mr. American, Born, certainly
gaft you a graceful beating. Now mind you, there are 140,000, 140,000,-OOOtplus,
OOOtplus, 140,000,-OOOtplus, who would find equal pleasure in putting you further
1 Into your gutter. 1 .',' ''
i Perhapa. I have made very little sense to you in my previ previous
ous previous letters. However, as one great novelist once said, meaning meaning-lesiness
lesiness meaning-lesiness was the message. I was more than pleased with your
self-inerlminaUng response.
. Your analysis and. hypothesis" on equality were baseless. The
gifts bestowed by the Almighty on certain Individuals, were not
neaessarily confered according to color or race. Now there are
diversities of gift, but the same spirit (I Cor, chap 12).
J The Bible Is, perhaps, your best reference, but I m afraid
you haven't read it from cover to cover. And even so, I shall
. etefnally doubt your capabilities of interpreting said revelations
-Pnfyou seem to be exceedingly proud of not being deceitful
On! the contrary, deceit proceed, from: the heart. Therefore,
neither I, nor anyone can say that you are being either truth truth-lul'or
lul'or truth-lul'or false to yourself. No doubt, you are a confused man.
Another good remedy lor such an ailment is to use your Bible
fori a better cause, other than checking on 0od.. .
I do not claim any honors in theology? noT'do r proles the
lnfkllable gift of understanding philosophical calculation. How However,
ever, However, It only takes a bit of common nse to valuat tbt gen
raj conditions of equality. ..l
You have misrepresented my usage of said wort, and have
. tfeaberately failed to agree with the logic At t"rn4nolo,gi;a,t;,1
t I'm sure our forefathers, In saying that all men are created
" eai were aware of equal dignity and physical. Inequality, the
lackot evenness, regularity or uniformity of people regard-
lM! Not'orSy 'shouid you observe the ants, as' was suggested by
Mr? American: Bonu but It would do, you some good i to l observ;
tui human race more closely. I'm sure you will find that your
rntfal conviction i slightly tainted with an awful sense of
Ranee. For who makethtoto differ from another ? And
whit hast thou that thou didst not receive? Now If thou didst
realve It, why dost thou glory, as if thou hadst not received
'lEerJembSL. whether, wgo down jn httPjj
or not, doe not really matter. Once you have 4ded your
uncouth-prejudices and begin to observe America, the world and
-w.- .ii Km.n rflfic. in a more rational and sensible

mtneHou will wr Sit life can be ffSffjSffSt
In closing, I wish to refer once more to the
did such a sloppy Job): Son of man, thou dwellest in the midst
ofVrebelllous house, which have eyes to see, and see not; jhey
have ears to hear, aid hear not: for they are a rebeUiou house
(Ezeklel, chap U). 1 CCSD

Sir: .... t.i.-L v ...

TMeently aXanai zone cnuo was own on
arm hv a neiehbws poliee dog. Three sutures were taken to
&bil r'tPt-t dog was released
fro n toe Corozal animal hospital the next day
I have always understood It to be mandatory that
v., t in rarozal for 14 days, in these circumstances. At least,
I 1&S S the annual rabies shot given dogs,
ha ,bVen strtcS enforced on working class US-rate and local-
"huTthrwner of the IK;.,.
ff!?y!;, nndersUndlng of the 14-day dog detention rule; la
I If I have been wrong about the 14-day rule, why wu my
dot aUed for 14 days for nipping a newsboy, and not eyen
leading a mark? disgusted li Wos Reside!

Peter Edson
: In
Washington

WASHINGTON OTEA The

rntnttv nr rn twrwiiv wixninKt.uu

conference of 800 Republican par-

ij leaaen to pian iubu a-v
campaign wu something to be-
hnli ...... i

It was so-nice, so refined, in
such good taste. The 800 men and
wnman war n well dressed and

prosperous looking. Toe roast oeei

dinner was excellent, waiters car-
rvino in ha ira rrtm rakea With

hlcrhtorl cnrklr nn them made a

Dreny sicni. woreu uuuii

1nrf in th hiirh reillnff. The

singing was so subdued, the ap applause
plause applause was so restrained. There

were no ngnis. n was, in uuui,

a wee bit dull.

A slmilsr Catherine of Demo-

erati would hava had at lfcst one

good row. Hot words would have

passed on some issue. There

would nave oeen some wua enw
ing and maybe some leering. It
would hsve been a lot rowdier,

and funnier. .

This may be a csrry over, out
it still seems to be the main dif difference
ference difference between the two parties

is 1956V

Without trying to make any

odious comparisons, there was a

good bit of tne euu 01 personality

worship" in the Republican gath gathering.
ering. gathering. They all, seemed to think
that all thev need to sweep the

country this year is Eisenhower

whether he vetoed tne tarm oui

or no matter what he did.

The President of course got an

the headlines and all the front

nasa atories bv his soeech to the

800 GOP lesders. He told them

about hi high ideals for the

Prty- i :.: .. ..

But it was Republican national

Committee Chariman Leonard

Mall who laid down th party line

on campaign strstegy.

Hall sa d he had had several

conversations with the President
on campaign strategy in the pre

vious 18 montns. rot.x aiways
talked on an 'if bSsiS," said Hall.

"In other words,-'if he: decided

tn Tun." . ".

This was of course way oeiore
the heart attack. It indicated he

must have been, thinking about it

all along. , v ..

-'I would remind you, saw

Hall, "that the President stated

that he would not-for either re-

nomination or re-elecion'engage
in extensive travelina nor in

whistle-stop speaking.' He stated

he nad long ago maae up jus

mlnl nn this nnint. '

continued Hall, "that In a 0-day

eamnaien. kicked off by the Re

publican National Convention in
San Francisco, not more than half

dozen speeches w e I d

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MANTLA Ttimnn MaffsavsST.talra nrrraant women to tioxnHalii' 'Maviavnv amilatl', wolfishlv.)

I the. President of the Philippines, in; a hurry, when they hsve the V "1 aiways brought the correct!

a a peaiani, a man ui ma pc ucvesssrj waier io a row nee so-oumDcr, ne saia,
pie. He is a rough fighter and a they don't have to import it I When we landed: in Aparri, and

social charmer and is a complete then we will think more of their, rode alona in a modest automo-

polltician. But before he is anr of polucal education. ; vii bile, the entire "countryside h4
these things, he is 'a peasant, withl I don't want a lot of fancy turned out in the smashing rain.

a peasant s feeung lor prac-: schemes. I want the little things I People crammed windows, jam jam-ticality.
ticality. jam-ticality. v v first. Then we get to the bigger jmed streets, crowded roads. Mag-

ku.Ma .... .. .. .1 . n 1 I .... C Va

iBjsaY icbucu oui ui uic car WiU-

dow and touched every hand that

indicated.

v at

will be largely by television. Trav

el will be by plane to major

cities. r r

.
The one dissentinc note on this

tske-it easy, political strategy

eama from the floor In a few W'

marks by Sen. Homer Cspehart

nt TnHiana. M U runnln for. re.

election this year. He is apparent

lv. ninnino flrwi.

"I want to tell' a "blue story."

bevan th bit Hooaler. It was all

right for this mixed, aauit, caie
society crouv and it furnisheL the

only spice of tne evening, u was
about a great-great graad-mother

who went to make ner nrsi cau

on a new great-great granacnua.

Is it a boy or a girlT". asked

tha old ladv. '--v :..

"It's a girl", said tne preua

mama. "Can't you see?"

'It isn't my eyesight," said the

great-great grandmother, rtt'i my

memory. f
The moral which Seiater Cape-

hart drew from this WM his mem

ory of the previous, 20 strenuous

political years.
"You're not folnf to win any-

thing," he told his 799 Republican

colleagues, "with less tuon man

vou did in the vast.

He got mua appiause, out son

suoport. ;

But what senator cspenan oe-

llevet is that if the GOr thinks

it is soinc to win this elecion

with only half a dozen speeches

In a oolite and eainless. automa-

ted eampaixn of coat-tail riding

nn lofty nnnclnies. it can easily

continue iU lost C o n t r 0 1 of

Congress.

v t

Personollty Is f nome given
to on Individual's collection ef

funnyhablrt. a wua

Ha cohldn't care less if I Quoted hinn.

him. but I could never retain the! There was' a time in the Philio-i

flavor of the quotes that cam pines when the president sat a ion reached for him

from mm as we new up to in th palace, ana tne snoeiess
Cayagan, where he. completed a ones could not get near him. Now
mimm irrisation nrniat in lesa that ia nrttan' 'V Ti not. nrftd

than a year when it was supposed I shoes to see Ramon Aiagsaysay

to take ave, u it vr got done at I nave maybe a. tnousana people
all. So I will abridge what he day in the office. If a. man

said. I sends m a telegram'-with a prob-

My people do not yet need tele lem. something gets don about it

said. My people do not need elab- ; t.y. r-f v ; -T.' -gs

orste schemes ana plots ana juve- i; am turect, man.,

WASHIXGTON It Isn't aimnnrf

to be announced, but plans are un under
der under discussion to have Marshal
Zhukov. Eisenhower' vartima rn.

commander in Germany visit the

umiea aiaies in September or Oc October.
tober. October.
For some tima tha fTramlin'i

two Rover boys, Khrushchev and

Diuganin,. nave been discreetly
hinting that they might like to vis visit
it visit the USA. This has been met
with State SeDirtment rniiff

for to welcome the two Soviet

sightseers in an election year is
considered noor nolitiral atraffv

plus a real security problem. The
job of protecting Khrushchev and
Bulganin from the many refugees

ana wrute Russians in this country
makes secret service men churf.

der.

However, when Marshal Zhukov

hinted, during a diplomatic recep reception
tion reception in Moscow, that he might like
to come to the. USA. There was
a more favorable response.
In the first place, Zhukov is
considered the rising strong man
of Russia. Second, the visit of
aa Army man who is not an ac active
tive active communist would sit better
with the American public. Third,
such a visit would further the idea
that President Eisenhower,

tnrougn his wartime associa associations,
tions, associations, might 1 lead the USA to toward
ward toward a Russian-American peace.
The plan is -still in the discus discussion
sion discussion stage, but the chances are
strong that Marshal Zhukov will
come to Washington for a call

on his old wartime buddy during

the height of the election cam campaign.
paign. campaign. ....... ty v.;-,.-;V

POLITICS AND AIR BASES

If, by any chance, the Kremlin
should get sucked into war in the

Near East, then decide to spread
that war to North America, it
would find i the cities of Detroit
and Chicago tlike sitting ducks ducks-all
all ducks-all thanks to politics.
As a result of politics, the Air
Base v proposal to protect Detroit

and Chicago from enemy Domo Domo-ers
ers Domo-ers is two full years behind sched

ule; and the delay has sent $500; $500;-000
000 $500;-000 of the taxpayers' money down

the drsin. -k ..
Here is a play-by-play account

of how politics comes first when
defense is involved:

This key air base was first plan

ned for Long Lake, near Traverse

City, Mich., but was switched by x
the Air Force following protests
from resort owners in the Long
Lake area. t
Next, the ir Force picked a
base in Benie County, Mich. Ko-.v-ever,
this was ruled out by the
House Armed Services Committee
on the grounds that it would dis-
nipt the famous music camp at
Interlochen, Mich. Next the Air
Force came up with the town of
Cadillac, Mich., and it finally
looked as if Detroit and Chicago
would get their air defense. Not
so, however, for along came the
House Appropriations Committee
J j j .'li .i

ground that weather condition
there were unfavorable and con-
struction costs too high. : r
Until this point. the patient Air.
Force had been trying to locate
the base in the congressional dis district
trict district of Congresswoman Ruth
Thompson (R., Mich.).; Now. it 'v
gave up and announced' it would
build the air field at Kalkaska,
Mich., in the adjoining district."
of Rep. Victor A. Knox (R." Mich.;.'.
Naturally, this pleased Rep. X

Knox, but it made Rep. Thomp

sons hair curl. She charged the
Air Force with welching on a
promise, claimed her constituents :
were mighty sore at being told by
her that they would get an air '
base to perk up business in the
Traverse City area, only to find
they wouldn't She didn't mention
the fact that Long Lake resort
owners were opposed and the In-
terlochen music camp worried.
The Air Force, however, went
ahead. It felt sure Congress would :
oksy the Kalkaska site and even J :

spent $500,000 in getting construe-. .

uon unaer way. nowever, renia- 5
gon brass hats reckoned without a
group of Kalkaska residents, who
ultimately persuaded th ,Houe
Armed Services Comrn'tte to : .
change the signals for a fourth

year Plans, wnat my peopi

are. things luce rosds and imga

tion, medical attention and school-

houses,

I don car about what people

tell me they are going to do. All

I want to know is what they have
done. i-.;:'t,".'v '....V .,'

When my people can raise their

produce and get it to town on de

cent roads, when they are cured

of their illnesses and buses can

fieonle need thirtrs done.tiwk-

wnen;i svas guerruia ana roe
Japs had left, sometimes I was
in trouble. When the Americans
would for 10 Japanese prison

ers, I always brought them 10
not nine. not 12. "" -"

They thought it very unusual

that we always brought the num

bef they asked for, since prison-

er-takint is 1 rather unusual bust

Children, along the roads waved

signs, such as '.'Please Mr. 'Presi

dent send us a school." Magsaysay

would turn to an aide and snap:
"See they get their school, pronto.
This month."
: Once an side mentioned that
something would cost 90 pesos.
"Ninety-two pesos,!' Magsaysay

snapped.

Wn

en we cot to the place of the

speech-making, somebody to the

car saia, m;ir politicians naa rant ranted
ed ranted endlessly- on- to-, a dUli
drenched audience:
"Watch their faces when ; The
Man. comes onJ'
Magsaysay walked up to a port portable
able portable mike and held put a hand.
Before he uttered a word, sun
burst on the drenched faces snd a
roar tuch as I have never heard

aess, highly trreguisr. and you went up. And old women .wno were

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13 Lubricators
16 Female deer
17 Malaysian
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25 Bitter vetch

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36 Obtain
39 Icelandic saga
40 Rivera
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56 Assessments
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Franco Fears Fifih Column
Raf her Than Outside 'Attack
r
I-

'

GOV. JOHN S. SEYBOLD Initiated the Buddy poppy Sale Fri Friday
day Friday by buying a poppy from Shirley McNall, employe oi the
Accounting Division. The annual sale of Buddy Popples by
members of the veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States
and Ihe American Region started yesterday In the Canal Zone.

i i
tin -I, in

April JU vur vreu-

ertiissimo Francisco Franco told
army eenerals and officers com

prising tfie beviiU garrison inai
the great danger today was not
necessarily attach outside, rather

it was clandestine undermining

the nation from within. : f

Franco 'made his speech yester

day in the palace of the Captain

General of .Sevuia alter tne Mi Miter
ter Miter Lt. Get. Saint de Buniaga

pledged renewed loyalty and obe obedience
dience obedience to the caudillo from the

thre branches of the armed forc

edthe army, navy and air force.

of the various fronts of combat

Franco said that a foreign ene ene-mv.
mv. ene-mv. attacking a country, was the

eeneral nonular view but he

thought the greatest danger today

of the various- front or comoat ue

if inside the country.
He stressed that it was also,
the vital mission of the armed
forces of a nation today to pre
vent "anarchy and fif : c a I--umns"
from undermining the se security
curity security and nrosperitv.

Franco then told his officers

that it was no longer possible to-

to build by themselves. -' :
Speaking aoout American eco economic
nomic economic aki Franco said the Span Spanish
ish Spanish economy had been strength

ened in the measure that has been

possible. But he said, such assist

ance would accelerate domestic

rehabilitation and Spain's econo

mic program. t t
..Franco again declared public
, ly that. North Africa .constitutes
the backbone of Europe. Peace
and order toere, be said, .were
vital to all the western world as
the-destiny of th western world
is vital to- North Africa,

Franco also recalled how Span Spanish
ish Spanish nolicv in North Africa was al

ways planned on-the basis of ul

timate independence ana sever
eignty of the sultan.
He recalled how the, great now-

m for Rttinff 'SDiin'S dose ties

with the Arab- people,, had assign assigned
ed assigned her 'protectorship of what he
called the bone of, Morocco. By
this he. meant the extreme pover

ty and. aridity ,ot wnav was Span Spanish
ish Spanish MommL.;-'

- He said that Spaini.' however, ac ac-rontwt
rontwt ac-rontwt that Heal through : a, sense

Af rfitfirvalthhiitfh'Bhfi -was isolated

day to limit warfare to tetweenj from participating in the develop-

iwu uuuii3, uui ui u ""iment oi tne rest, oi morocco.
come it would involve "groups or. Franco stressed how for 30 yeara

V

NEW AMBASSADOR -Liv-ingston
Merchant, assistant
secretary of state tor European
affairs, hat been nominated by
President Eisenhower at the
new U.S. ambassador to Canada.

TOP POINTER MaJ.- Gen.

Garrison Holt Davidson,, above,
is the new commandant of the
U.S. Military Academy at West
Point Be had been serving as

commandant of the Command

and General Staff College at
Fort Leavenworth. Kan. Genu

Davidson was p-aduaied fronv ,La

west ruiu n ii wn vm
tend football coach then tram
1933 to 1937. x '

Japanese Emperor
Observes Birthday

trnvvn Inrtl Sft-TTJPH -:The

Emperor of Japan celebrated his

55th birtnaay yesieruay m m
nerial Palace in Tokyo. vt
- Thniixnrts nf well-wishers ton

verged on the palace to greet Em Em-Himhito.
Himhito. Em-Himhito. the 124th head oi

the oldest reigning family i
earth.,

Yiolenf Siorms Sour
First Taste OlSpri&a
For I!ev Engenders

BOSTON, April 30 (UP), -A se series
ries series of violent electrical! storms
accompanied by haavy rain, thun thunder
der thunder and lightning lashed southern

New England late Saturday night
and left fallen wires, flooded
streets and power failures in some
areas;
About a dozen fires were touch touched
ed touched off by the lightning but none
was serious.

The weatherman had given New
Englanders their first taste of
spring earlier in the day. Temper

atures rose 10 S3 in Boston tne
highest recorded this year.

Highways leading to beaches
and lakes were jammed and even
mosquitoes and houseflies made

tneir appearances. '

- men uie storm strucK. it was a

short but furious one. Lightning
bolts struck in many places, most mostly
ly mostly in Massachusetts, and a tropi

cal downpour whipped by gusts up
to 50 miles and hour knocks

down power : lines and flnodpd

roaas. s

contestants." He said there was
today an ''actual, menace uniber-

sally acknowledged. as the Soviet
menace which is bent on destroy

ing a -civilization, in order-to im-H

nose its slave system.

' He also said that the '."military

and economic accords with -the

United States represented a .' so solidarity
lidarity solidarity Before dangers' which

might Confront : our motherland.

If this were, so, Franco, said,
Spain would have for an ally, the
most powerful nation in the world.
Ha said that because of these-

accords Spain was obtaining Con

siderable technical advantages,
that Soanish airmen were being

trained for future aerial .warfare

and also that a defense system

I POINT OF ORIGIN

WONALANCET. N.H. .im

The sled dogs for Adm. Richard
E. Byid's. Antarctic exneditions

are born and bred in Wonalancet.

under Snain'a nrotection the Span

ish-zone had made- considerable
progress in all fields,, but that in
rerent times. because of -mistakes

which were -not ours, .'this normal

aspiration -for independence was
accelerated. He said that, others

(obviously France)? attempted to
adulterate 'by using the .word in interdependence.
terdependence. interdependence. He -.also said that
Spain regretted mat she had not
had more time to better prepare

self-government,

' IXPIRIINCID DRIVER

. DANVILLE,- Va.7 "(XJP) Autd Autd-mobile
mobile Autd-mobile 'license clerks were
om.T.H whan H -P. Havden drove

anu lira un a ucicuav j.pici --l,- .a j.
for the homeland which they, the up to get his M56 tags. Hayden is

Spamards, are not in posiuon'as .years, mu. :h V ;

J'BIRNBACH v
HOOK-UP WIRE'!"'

8 Hurt As Cairo
Train Rams Taxi

- CAIRO, April (UP)' Eight

persons were killed and 18 injured
yesterday when t train washed
into a crowded taxi near Tanta
in-the Nile- delta-region. ..-

The train knocked the taxi into
an' irrigation ditch, then jumped
the narrow-gauge track and rolled

on top the vehicle. ..

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TAHITI'S
ANNUAL JEWELRY
Continues Todsy and Wednesday
NEW SPECIALS
Cuff Links .85
Rhinestone Jewelry 1.50
Italian Earrings for LOO
Bargains All Thru The Store
CREDIT AS USUAL
This Week's Lucky Winners :

D. lasso, Jr.
V Nivia de Rivera

9 L. Montenegro

. f ., V- '., tt 'V-' e,en Thomson

Edith Cobiet
' L. Hayes ;
W. Lavalla
s eVictor Eber'i

Ceorge A. Elmgreen

Due to Our Sale many slips are without names
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Mem

New York State.Brags Of Throughway
That Turnsi Truckdriyers- To 'New
- w-rwj4.; y-f f x.,'- ft"' r ;

( ALBANY, NT Y. TtV'Wjon tfe'highway;"' charge sccount

from Buffalo to Yonkers rs at- which ewes truckinfl firmg ait jic-

Irarimg jnore : and more" wick curate i billing and provides? them
1: I...i4k f ....kl.l. ...4.

thpr ifl. srrikalpr aft

, The .rid is smoother, has few few-er
er few-er curves and sttms. an snriillv

important thing fpr truckers 'who

nave .to cart sucn commodities as
eggs,' canned 'goods,' bottled goods
and similar -types of tragile mate

nais.
.:. The' Authority said 'the road' also
nrnviri m hpftnr utiliMtinn nf man

power by permitting faster trips
1 1 1

wnicn are less uring anu iiiks
possible longer-runs than on other

roaas, --r

There also is an efficient com-

Thruway, making it possible for

irucKing iirms io Keep in-couiaci
with home offices. ; . .
Re-marriages Show
Success (fences-:

And Study. OXs II

trii.'.r. .

: The state Thruway Authority
laid the "solid operating s econ econ-emy
emy econ-emy possible on the:427mile route
has been demonstrated factually,
and big trucking firms are switch switching
ing switching their operations .in Increasing
Jiumbers to thtt new auper highway
from former routes over other
fcighwijrs.,-
! The reason for. the switch, the
, authority said, is that truck op op-'
' op-' erators are realistic businessmen,
nd they do, not make changes
unless there is a saving in money
and more efficient operations.
A number of : large trucking
firms have made test runs on the
Thruway and have compared the
results with tests made on other
roads between" the same two des destinations,
tinations, destinations, y ' v
General Electric Co. in Schenec Schenectady
tady Schenectady ws one. It ran trucks from
Schenectady to Willlamsvil 1 e,
near Buffalo;, over regular roads
and made comparisons with a de
livery over the Thruway between
the same two points, f

The Thruway saved the-truck 38
miles of travel. It saved 14.2 gal gallons
lons gallons of Juel, 298 gear shifU, MZ
. brake applications and 69 full
atops. Also, on the Thruway the
truck averaged better than 10 miles
an hour faster, and saved four
hours and 29 minutes tor the; round
trip. - s i -. ; "t
, i Advantaies Listed
" A' similar test was made by
Riss fe Co., of Kansas City, which,
claims to be the nation's largest
regular route motor carrier. Equal
savings in time and money; were
reported by the firm which hailed
the Thruway a "tremendous ad

vance in transportation.

tlMTVERSFTY PABK, Pa. -(UP)
A five-year study. f re remarriages
marriages remarriages : shows that they have
fh Hill rhini tat iiirc i

first marriages. S ,

ur. Jesse bernara, protessor oi
sociology 1 at Pennsylvania State
University, said, that "although
uimi liniril Dsvrhnlnffi;t lrwik

on divorce as a sign of neuroticiam

this un t true at an.
"In an nut nf feverv 'five mar

riages today, either one or both of.

toe partners nasoeen mamea
before," Dr. Bernard pointed put.

"Many oi mem wui uv nappuy

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1 J h --tit..- s.w pout feel like 6om
j- ; ; v. i,- 1 TO SCHOOL AMY MORE
YOUP BETTER HUWtr, FKJCLK- V GUESS I'M GtrONS f
ycxiXt. pe late for. school' W N. upwiw rr iZl

OkW. MY BOY, O0 CAM -LOOK
FOR A J08INSTW

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; She also nastouna mat wniie

ice in irusiiui lauvu. une divorce rate in i-s-mmiiaeca
New York state pointed the a, higher than in first marriages,

ay to better transportation sys;,of"the' re-married couples, wno re-

tcmS SlOng WIW Jreiuwji" '"--"

isew Jersey, sau

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main married., relatively fewer are

knhappUy married.; vt

"it's easier navins ueen uj

THEY SHOOTVt'.o.-
,., JO LIVE .' :.'

IMORTt MEE&Lt

ITS -SEEDS PROM HOPSWITH THS

,4.airfont nf the comDany. The

examples sci .uj vorceo once,- sne Biu, iu it--'
would help accelerate si-lr(iivorce as the way out again.JB"t
.i4ta hv nHier forward-loolungi ; i, aUf.ni.tive t of divorce is

state administrations throughoutjrecteif couple tend to- work

Own. ;:: v.. harder at

vorced once,"she said "to elect

Z. m .. i.,tknrl(u nninterl

me inruway nuuiwy. r- t
nut that the Thruway is exemat
from the state's .weight-distance
Ux for all toll mileage trayeled

makins their marrlaee

ni.Mii Sin thv rn iirtuallv

Older and more experienced. .they
have a better chance of winning

' Ne Step-parent Traoble

Dr. Bernard said that In any
remarried" s combination, where
there is a divorced woman, the
proportion of success is smaller.
She said the least successful re re-likelv
likelv re-likelv tri be one where

both partners havft previously
been divorced. Most successful are

widowed persons re marrying,
nai-timlirlv a widowed woman.

I "We have also s learned," she
SariHd "that the steD-relationship

! bn't necessarily ,. v disastrous-

'Snow White' and ,'andereUa to

UlBj l.'UUVA BI J AIXLAWU1W-C-9 nuvu

socio-economic status and are not

inherent in the step-reiauonsnip iv

sen.

V ANUTH6

.have a purchase to make, ex- Dr. Bernard said a study of

piam me situation w we
who waits on you.- That i& much
better than acting' impatient and
Irritable if the salesperson seems
slow. ';" ' :" i

. Most clerks in stores are wsi-
. t at

AIt VCU SltllU OIIU f aawJ w
Senn-' States ptudents who wtre
AiliiaM'' n tsSwMrttirr.il ft Am At

,JUUiC74, f .ass wv
hiuuf that thAv uiffered no "han

dicaps from having a step-parent.

ur. tferaara.a.sanoiea msi iu
America today "there are more

t XnVSl CICraVS III WrrS-.rB nBl- AUIUIVB WUIJ a.swa
t i. tv..a jkM.a,k Ifi aAHi) 4fttA i fKinn f In BAriafirfi

'they know the shopper's time If where polygamy is the. approved
limited. , practice." , f

OUT THBIR SESUtf.

AkViTWER SE6D-SHO0TBR I,

SWRIWKIK44 VIOUcT r5(5ETS ITS SHYNESS

Akin-CH T7I V t,VTJ i ITS TINY fcBfaL'!.

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f altering ; Philip!
rTullp's itfw to-filled with braises.
(TeU-iworti atepaudv.rfgt be tsea.
pairs weald. Hf W -Jjobm oka new.
T, 4- CUsadfle&Jajt teitht c!u 1

IT A StWMJ. fRICE TO PAY

K UCH MMUELOUar

xpont took w-tl
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lYf P1CX6D AN AlGNM6Nf THAT
SHOULD DRAMATIC WTKC4T
FOK THEIR ftTOWBOTMORBIWPORrAUT,
RBRfcr TO OUR CR5DIT, BY SHOWWfi
THE HUMAM SUDB OF BlA HODLWTIIY!

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LEARNED Of Kl$ DEATH A'

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. MRS. ADELA FERNANDEZ DE CORRO was honored at a "baby shower" at the El Panama
Hotel on Saturday by a group of her friends. Those who attended were (left to right) the.
Misses Crlstina Farando, Aldita Nunez, Oabriela Marciaq, Yolanda Magglorl, JuUeta Preciado(
Mesdames Mrs. Adela Fernandas de Corr6, Maritza de Maduro, Patty de Arias and Miss Mag- ;
' da Van der Hans. 1

Catk man (a b:juwi m tfch
mtuu moM cgbaitu ia tjf tjf-wriuca
wriuca tjf-wriuca tvm m4 wiM to a. f
Um kn wtmkcn Hut tB
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tuu4 to Um lllc. titiitm W
Mctiocp umm4 to am hy Uw
IsthmbA Nuru AuacUtiM :

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Th reeular mcotinff f thk TdK.

mlan Nurses Associuoo' tV the

conference Room of Gorgis Hos Hos-pkal
pkal Hos-pkal wiU take place on -Wednesday
at T:30 p.m. v

Dr. WlUlim Cnllln. win I1V n

"1'he Pivthiatrin PiHnt I Tk

vpen waro. .

"Girl t Mm Year Dance"
Rarvatlaa v

cnapter, Beta Siema Phi Sorori-

v i "f.in or t na vaar" riinna

mir be marl hw rllllnu JL1T at

87-t80. Thia annual affair h

held at the Stranger's Club. in Co-

ran, any a, ai s p.m. An enter-

tauung floor show will be a fea feature
ture feature of the avanin and a Partv

Basket will be the main Door

Prize. Tickets at one dollar, per

person may be obtained itom

members or at the doorrr

(.risTMal LMga lie. j,

t Th rapular mnnthlv tnaafin nf

Cristobal Lodge No." 2,-IOOF wiU

do new ai ue Masonic lempie in

irutooai at 7:30 p.m. Thursday

Y I1TSY WAOI
Htk Staff Writtr

doubie-fiixed or two damped W W-gether
gether W-gether along the sides. The three three-Bby
Bby three-Bby model has two side by side
and an upper berth for the last

.. owe are oaiy jew.

A tinv hvioU wk ..t:i

. "um, 1 a-

lnexnensiva r fnvatmM

Baby who's bored with his kiddie

car. An eider toddler may prefer
tacked to the pedals. : .

moody, overeriticaL ... resentful

J p wua..kVAUA
1 "Am .. I T J 1! .

, v yovwopuif i my own
philosophy of life, my wm vkwt.

am i floundering aimlessly T- i

Mrs. EfhsiWelri

C!2Jhlbjpi!:l'
Mrs. irh.I Weir. U.vaap-H

resident of R'o Abajo, died Sat Saturday
urday Saturday mOn-ina lit Rant Tnmas

HospitaL-' ; ';.: v

f A resident "n tfc f :iKm,

lnct 1918she wa'sborn in Ja

maica. B.w.1 : and was mem member
ber member Of the Sr. rhrl.innhm'.

iCihurch nd the United -Burial

scneme. , -5 i
runeral.arrsnsements wfll a a-wait
wait a-wait the arrival oi her daurhter.

Mrs Doris Weir Wright from
Washington-tVG'

She 4s also turvlwrl kv

husband. Jovh arfd threa' more

daughters, mm. Sylvia Romance,1

Mrs. Dortn. How and Mrs Kt Kt-tie
tie Kt-tie Oayle. in- addition :ta ta

grandchildren 'and ether rela

tives.

Tomorrow, Tuesday," May 1st
We'll be closed for Labor Day.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 2nd

FELIX'S
; .

TRADITIONAL ANNUAL SALE
' WILL CONTINUE

FELIX; B. MADURO, S. A.
; MAIN STORE ONLY 22-06 Central Ave.

FAREWELL PARTY AT MORGAN GARDENS
On May 8th, the Garden Club wffl host a "Hawaiian
MghtT at the Morgan home as s farewell for Rear-Admhral
and Mrs. MUton E. Miles, and also fof Dr. William Nichol
' and Captain John Leitnaker, who are leaving the Isthmus
soon .,. s. '- ? v

Cocktail Party At
' British Imbauv '-

i The British Ambassador and
. Mrs. Ian Leslie Henderson gave a

' cocktail party at the British t,m

bassy on Saturday; in honor of
Captain J. Wilkinson and officers

- of Her Majesty's Ship "Protector"
which is now visiting Rodman Na-
.r;1! val Base-' ,. "-i,
- 'Hall ''And arewall' Party
The Quarry ,; Heights Officers'
Club will hold a 'Hail and Fare Fare-Well'
Well' Fare-Well' party at their premises bn
Saturday nicht starting at 6:30. to

welcome new arrivals and b i d

- farewell for those who are leaving.

" The affair, will be a dinner dance.

VaeatlonW

v- Mrs. Andrew M.. Wright has re returned
turned returned to Boquete where he will

--pend a--short f aeauonv M,fr
Consular CerM Dinner

The Consular Corps accredited

: to Panama cave- a dinner at the

Union Club as a farewell for the

Consul and First Secretary of Cos Cos-'
' Cos-' ta Rica, Ricardo Borbon, and the
Consul of China, Siesung Si, and
as a welcome to the new Consul

. of Switzerland, Robert Endinger,

, of Brazil, Marcel Tarrise do Fon-

toura, and of China, Hanyee Chin

H. Tang.

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THIY MAKI A SPECIALTY OP
COUNTRY-FRIED STIAK IN
tOWA .. eat V '' tja
iy CAYNOli MADDOX
i NIA Peed and Markets. Editer
' Esther Burns, born and raised
, In Tiffin, la., remembers "country
fried" steak from childhood days

on the larm. Her father was a
pioneer producer of Angus cattle.
. Cooking tender cuts of meat in

a skillet in a small amount of fatl

. is called pan-frying. It is recom
mended particular for thinly cut
, steaks because, when pan-fried,
the outside of the thin steak can
be crisply browned w h 1 1 e the
center remains rare and juicy
Liver, veal cutlet and hamburger
can be nan-fried, also. A ouick

browning on both sides plus a few

, minutes additional cooKing aoes
these meats to a turn. The small

amount of fat used prevents stick stick-'
' stick-' lnr and aids in the brownine.

Hamburger often has enough fat

of iU own, so additional m.may
be omitted." (The method 'ii then

called pan-broiling.) i f'
:, Directions fer Ceontry-Prled
, Steak
' JIave steak cut -inch thick.
Preheat heavy skillet or griddle.
Add S tablespoons butter or msr-
garine. As soon as butter is melt--'
ed, add steak and brown quickly
a both sides, 'J
Do not cover Dsn. Reduce neat

and cook slowly to desired degree
of doneness; rare, medium or well
done. Season before serving. Add
small amount of water to pan drip

pings xor gravy.
: .Hembura r Special
.(4 servinas) ,

( One and one-half pounds ground
beef, 1 teaspoon monosodium glu-
tamate, 1 teaspoon sslt, 1 teaspoon
dry mustard, t teaspoons water, 1

teaspoon papruca, 2 udicsiwuub
lemon juice, teaspoon Tabasco,

2 tablespoons butter or margnn.
Cnmhine meat and monosodium

glutsmate and form into one large
Cake.- Preheat heavy skillet; do
not sdd fat Place meat in skillet

and brown quickly on twin siaes.
Do not eover pan. Reduce heat
' and cook slowly to desired degree
of doneness. Transfer to hot plat platter
ter platter and slash top of meat in three
places.
Combine remaining ingredients
in saucepan or skillet; mix until
smooth. Place over beat and stir
until butter is melted. Pour over
-meat, !-

Mr. and Mrs. Gulllemo de St.

Malo were hosts at a dinner re re-centlv
centlv re-centlv at their residence. Those

who attended were Drj and Mrs.

Ernie Svenson, and Mr., ana Mrs.
George Arias, and Mr. and.. Mrs.

Roberto Novey. '
Embassy Dinner Dane Tonight
Th it s Ambassador and Mrs,

Julian Fiske Harrington will give
a dinner dance at the American
KmhiHv residence at. La Cresta

tnnitrht in honor of Governor of

the Canal Zone and Mrs. John S.

Seybold. r f

Dr. James Zeteck, hss returned
to his residence from the Panama

HospitaL 4
1 r

un rtartrnrle SantassierOi of

.Tarksonville. New York, Who has

been visiting on the Isthmua as
thm hnna cnest of Captain and

Mrs. Howard Boehler.v toftfor.
New York on : Saturday,' aboard
the SS "Ancon." Mrs. Santassiere,
. fnrmar resident of the Canal

Zone, Uved here from 1910 to 1818
under her maiden name of Roach

Bete Chapter, Beta Sigma PW ;
Hcfvde Varker of Fort Gtilick was

hostess to Beta Chapter, Beta Sig Sigma
ma Sigma Phi Sorority on, Wednesday
evening. The impressive Ritual
::,i.. f the sorority were

held at this time. Boots tchell

was the recipient 01 w
BituaL Nancy Rmsey, President,
.ii.ti aisisted bv Mary Roddy,

Doris Leeser and Mary Danielson.'
The ceremony of the Ritual, of

Jewels was bestowea on- u u c

.A.iiir Barbara KK01I. vow

k- i ruiicnitipr. Joanne Beccia

rmnn aHf McGann., An-

r."&.rButehe with the Presl Presl-dent
dent Presl-dent officiating assisted by Jean

Judge and Kay juonia.

A Short ousmesa uiccuu
held and H was announced that
Betty Jo Slaughter war selected
fZ th. honor title of "Girl of the

Year." Lovely pale yellow corsag

es were presented w o
ell, the new pledge, and to Betr
Slaughter, by. the President. Kath Kathleen
leen Kathleen Huffman read an amusing es essay
say essay titled "Them Ten Command Command-menU
menU Command-menU on How -To Drive Away
Members.". Betty. Slaughter read
.n.i .hnrt itonr titled .The

an wi'fiiuw - m x

ru,A. p.rVpr then Introduced

her guest speaker CoL LeRoy Glo Glo-dell
dell Glo-dell who spoke on the art of mak mak-!
! mak-! ...imeti An exnert on the

subject. Colonel Glodell not only
makes but plays toe fme instru instruments
ments instruments that are used by Concert
art He then showed the basle
beats and how castanets were first
used for simple bass accompam-

w hnw the were devel-

oped by "U Argentina," lamous
SpanUh dancer, to play the melo melody.
dy. melody. He explained the transitions of
11.. cnnntih rtmri and the part

UIC kJUBIUVH

a.atenat m nlovtvl. Th C 1 t I S i C

tgwuvw fj -

moves were shown ana v-

ninH.n nlavnd a FSSO UOOIC. man-

tog the castanets drop to a whis whisper
per whisper and building up to a Crash,
the group broke Into spontaneous

applause at tne arusuc pwiuim pwiuim-.n.
.n. pwiuim-.n. Tha Snroritv members were

then invited to the Colonel's work

shop to watch the imeresung iej
in making castanets. 4
Members enjoying the : evening
were Nancy Ramsey, Mary Dan Dan-ielson.
ielson. Dan-ielson. -Glenna Thomas, Dorothy

aausnitier, Jean Coffey, Joyce
Burkart, Ruth Morris, Kathleen,
Huffman, Alice McGann Barbara

Egold, Jean Judge,, Kay ajonu,
Beetv Slauehter. Diane Concellier,

Anna May Butcher, Joanne Rec-

cia, Mary Cronan, Dons Leeser,

Boots Mitchell and tno aoromy

Sponsor, Marion Greene.

Beta Chapter wui meet w 1 1 n
Boots Mitchell in G a t u n on

Wednesday. . ' t

Pert Colick NCO Wives ;

HeM Coffee

The Fort Gull ck NCO Wives'

Qub held a welcome' and farewell

coffee Wednesday morning in the
Bamboo Room of the Club. The

members took this oppotunity bid
farewell to five of their member
ladies who are- leaving for- th e
States soon; Those leaving are the

Mesdames Ruth Screws, Joanne

Mumm, Marcella Jacques, Marga

ret Ellis, and Loraine White. Each
lady was presented with a linen

tableclotlf.- -r, -r : J

Ladies who were welcomed were
the Mesdames Rita Gomes, Do Dolores
lores Dolores Synakiewic, and Lola Bebe-
ro. '- ; :.- .. ";'!-'' ---V"
Members present were Me S S-dames
dames S-dames Peggy Duncan, Margaret
Ellis, Janis Finnegan, Dvine Hart Hart-man,
man, Hart-man, Jerry Workman, Jackie Bee-

croft, Lola Benero, Geneva Ma Mason,
son, Mason, Clara Hollenbaugh, Candy

Gardner, umnie Hosking. Marcel

ia Jacques, Nancy Johnson. Jean

&oehn, Helen Luker, Kuth Man-

gen, Luciue Marrero, Carol Milne,

Ursula Spence, Jean Steffens and

uaruyn wuiiams.
Refreshments were served bv

hostesses Candy; Gardner,; Lucille
1 r n : i: r

marrem, vuiu noaauig ana L,a-

rot Mune. ,.,y --; ;i;?vf"
Music Appreciation, Croup - 1'
To Meet,

The newly formed Music Appre Appre-ciation
ciation Appre-ciation Group will meet on Thurs

day, at 7:30 p.m., and as previous

ly scheduled, on the first and third

Thursdays, of each month.
Anyone who : is interested in

playing or listening to classics J

music, or juh tneeung music eni

tnusiasts, is cordlauy invited to

attend the informal gatherings, of

this group, two pianos are avail
able for those desiring to play

iwo piano music.
Distinguished British Historian
Leaves '.

Professor Arnold Toynbee. who

has been a house guest of the Brit British
ish British Ambassador, and Mrs. Ian Hen

derson, left on April 29 on the

S.S. "Rangitata" for New Zea

land. Mrs. Toynbee had nrevious-

ly joined mm lrom England. They

HERE'S HOW ADULTS EXPECT

TEEN AGERS TO MATURE

- One of the reasons why growing
up is such a tough job is that teen

agers often have no clear idea of
what adults expect of them or

what they should expect of them themselves..
selves.. themselves.. 1

That's why I am passing along
some questions with which teen teenagers
agers teenagers can. rate themselves to find
out if they are "measuring up to

maturity. ,-

The questions eome from the last
chapter of a little book called

"Psychology for .Young People.

written by Robert M. Goldenson,

professor of psychology at Hunter

vuuexe, -,'-
Here they are. teen-aeera. See

how well you are doing about this

ousmess 01 trowini no.

"Am I accepting my share of

responsibilities at home, school and
elsewhere : or am I shifting the

burden to others? L

"Am I facing up to problems
am I running away from them?

. "Am I reasonably self-controlled

or am t often subject to temper

tantrums ana angry outDurstar

CoasMerate Or Self -Centered?

"Am I cooperative and eonsider-

ate of the nam of others erm I

spoiled,. aeu-centered and eon

cerned solely with mr own

interests?

'Am I eontribuling m6ro and

more to' my community and help helping
ing helping others to a better bie or am I

neglecting my duties as a citizen?

"Am I increasingly objective in
the way I think about things and
people, including myself, or am I
constantly influenced by my own

prejudices ana emotions?
"Am I bringing my ideals and
aspirations in closer touch with
reality or am X living in a dream
world? f
"Am I getting along well with
most people or am I bossy, envious,

are visiting New Zealand and Aus

tralia and will then return to Ens-

lana. via we Mediterranean

Dr. C. E FABREGA
.;. : .DENTIST ,
' Announces that after a short vacation he is
back to his practice
CANAL ZONE DENTAL 4 MEDICAL POLYCLINIC
TTVOLI AYE. tl-A-24
(Across from Ancon School Playground)
. TeL Panama 2-2011 Honrs 1-12 2- p.m.

&J fresh!

AVOSETOeam

k sweet and fresh
. as a daisy -.
irionths and months
,' after it's bottled

a( our dairy.
No other cream
keeps like -AVOSET
.
' because no other
' cream is sterilized
: Eke AVOSET.

r Besides, it whips fast,
.; stays whipped, r
, is always healthful,
safe and delicious.

Hi

V

: sterilized
WHIPPING CREAM

To

orrow is

Lovaltv Day

-r CASA FASTLICH salutes
; United Stjates Citizens on their.
observance of this date

We are about to reconstruct hd enlarge laixtore in Central
Avenue.to enable us to sbowjo qdvantagfe-m ? watches," diamonds,
emeralds, semi-precio.us stones and; fine jewelry,; To dfo thiswe -decided
to moke space: by :doSingut:;Rug arid Carpet Peparfment and by. the
disposal of q large surplus of Sterling Silver, Merchandise in a w

CLEARANCE

DE

SA

From iVLVY 2nd to MAY 5lh

In Sterling Silver & Oriental Rugs

With pHice reductions the likes of wmcn has never before been seen
'" 1 r ??lP,l& COME 5EJB TO BEUEVEU -i
Sterling silver clearance at $1.00 per o we mention l:

1 V"

JUST A FEW OUT, OF MANY ARTICLES!

6-piecc.TejL,& Coffee Set with
' Sterling Trajr . ; . $109.00
, ,,CandelabrSv for 3 candles, per ,
. rpair 57.00
Center pieces, .......... .from 24.50
Flower & Fruit bowl, 11 ozs. 11.00
Butter dishes, 21 ozs. 21,00
Ice Buckets, 13. ozs. r. .... ' 13.00
Indiy. Salad plates, 92 om. ,.,IL $,50
- Indiv. Bread & Butter plates . V 1 3.50
' Tray, 8 ozs. . .8.00
" T. Cocktail shaker & 12 nips, '-'.',.
40 ozs.' ; . i : : 40.00

Cocktail shaker, 18 ozs. ...... $ 18.00
Picture Frames 7.50
Picture Frames . 'I ; 10.50
Ashtrays, . $1.60, 2.00 and 2.50
Champagne cups, 4" ozs. ..... 4.50,
Cake stand, 3Qoz. I. 30.00
too numerous to mention! And all at
, ONE DOIXAR PER OWCEl
Compot dish, 11 ozs. ......... 11.00
Sugar, Creamer & Trays 17 ozs.- 17.00.

THERE are lots more Sterling Silver goods

ORIENTAL RUG CLEARANCE AT 30, 40 AND 50 SAVINGS!
5 Karbutrengs 9x12 ft. Reg. $430.00 Qearance $250.00
; 5 Sarouk ',,r9x 12 75000 w 410.00
: '-::ilDeritihi''5'i '55.00 27.50

, 1 a iuiraban x.o; y

211J0O

. 11 Kalabar 9x 12 ;4 80.00 " 312.50

- ;: -.3 -4 8x10 w 345.00 .205.00

- ,-.1 ''vfl.inHX uaaa one

i a i- OX XV (i,

t il'W .-', 1

460.00

RIY0LI RUGS, AT LOW, LOW, BELOW COST!
9 x 12 ft. from $99.50

.8 x 10 67-50
I 6x 9. k M 46.00 : '
4 x 6 '5 11.00 .)

BE SMART! BE WISE! UTILIZE THIS.UNIQUE CLEARANCE SALE!

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1 ; STOnSl Ul CENTRAL AVENUE, PANAMA
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Tt3 PANAMA AMXS1CAJI AS CSTETEXBEXT CAXLT 5?A?n
PAGE SIX
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Commercial &
-PROFESSIONAL
' CAXAL TO! POtTCUNK
r DENTAL-MEDICAL
: R. C. I. PAIREGA, OJA
DR. H. AVILA JR.. M.B.
varl 4th Jo V,?',Jiw!
(eoeoiHe Ancon School Ptajfrennai
leu a-wit
RETIREMENT, LIFE
EDUCATION INSURANCE
. JIM RIDGE
V phone Panama -055J
A
TRANSP0RTIS BAXTER. SA.
Pocket Shippers move
tear .OJiI1 I
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
kidmg t Jumping Af'
IMltnfa"
1 ttmva HeUvy M.thlnH
ORTEPEDU NACWNAL
M Jwla Axasamana P-
HARNETT & DUNN
. BALLROOM PANCK STUDIO
"TEACHtS UNTIL IOU WARN"'
.lh.. JU239 at P.O.! t-IHt
Studio El Panama Hotel
;Dioblo PTA Slates
final Meeting
Ifedhesday Night
'r The' finaT meeting of the. DWblo
"irent-TeacTiers-Association -foi
his school year will be held hi
he Diablo Gym at 7:30 p.m..
JVednesday, May 2.
i The wroaram for this mee'ti
meeting
wilt inrlnHp a nne act olav enti
Med "Fresh Variable Winds' jM jM-ng
ng jM-ng with the adjustment problems

Jrf thepre-adolescent cnuaren -u dUl the-number of j deputy
'lnriorf in the cast IK' At tU'U'trTL sj"j t ,L vt

ayne, Oara Ja?bson. Beverly m : motion ch,nging
awceU, George LitUe,.apd. Weplthe-ralea-ta permit this, 239 to 227
oopcr. M .. votea; IsriUi -lX'absteBtioiis.:; .-:
? Following' the play there will. beUthe 'change .hi).
8hort di cussioPn h Colonel EfJ TO'cfiSffi

ine nnai paiv m we
be the elecuon oi o ncers. w serve

be the election of oftora.toiewaOT;t.pTK

A large turn Out Is anticipated!
Jue "the program's unusual in
terest and importance.
raw
Sale?
a
what a Whing Ding 4
Bargains??
yours lor the picking
Credit??
yours lor the asking
Corner "H" and Darien St!
Lets of
Parking
Free
Space
SECURITIES IN PANAMA
4BJAS, MATVSS1 ASSOCIATri;
Abattoir Naeional
tlanco fldudailo
nioxmlgoo
Cetnente Panama ...
Cerveeatia Kaciooal
Chlricana de Leeha
aayte,
Coca Cola
Cuentas Comerciajes
Prel. with Cora. ..
Destlladera Nadonal
flnandera btmefta
- Prat, with Com.
Fuumxas, 3- A.
Pret witft Ccmp.
fuene y Luw-Pref. ..
Fuerza y Lux Com. ...
Hoieles tntaramericanos.
General de Segurcv ....
rar.amcJia de Aceilet ...
uramtfia de Fibra ...
Piinamefta da Seguros ,.
Panamcfw de Taco ..
'I'ealro fJe!!vll ......
Trslr CenlraJ .,

, .. ,u gjj.

' f -' O J.!

20 Ct

21
1 1 II 1'2

.750 Ava.
S60

. LIBRER1A PREC1ADO s
' v t Street Ne. U .-'
Agendas Internal, de Publicacionei
; k. i utter? run
r CASA ZALDO UV;i ;i

V Central An. a
FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE. 4-baraer u star
$100, roan sat $60. Oth Other
er Other boieHo)d goods. Call 21622
Diablo Heights.
FOR SALE :- 4-bumer gat stare -$50,
coffee table, 2 Rettaa
chain. CaH Panama 1-1 301 aft aft-r
r aft-r 6 p.m.
FOR SALIsTwa bamboo chain
,and w' occasional chain, Ce Ce-runda
runda Ce-runda 673 -C. Phone 2142.
Air Force Announces
Thre Positions Open
To lion-US Citizens
The Air Force today anbounced
two vacant positions for npn-Umt-ed
States citizens, construction in-
spaotor "ftJecJncalK and aj saper
Vislrys.drftUlhaB at Albrooki
r .1 ,yw i i
ADDiicamis-rausi nave nau more
than five years experience' and be
able to read, write and speak then
angusn language iiuenuy. ;
The; knnouocemeiit also included
t typist position non U.S. citiien).
The minimum qualification require requirements
ments requirements for this oosition are 45 words
iter minute in typing, havea know
ledge of grammar, speaK r e a a
and write the English and Spanish
lansruase. V
ADDlications should be made on
Standard Form 60 ''Application for
Federal Employment (Snort rorm
which may be obtained from the
Guard at the main entrance to Al-
brook Air Force Basie) ani are to to-be
be to-be completed and returned to
him. Qualified applicants will be
contacted by mail or telephone by
the- CwiUai Personnel Office," r
, 7 ,, 1 t
Adenauer Keeps
Parly Chair; loses
Power To Left Wing
t
STUTTGART, Germany! April
30 fUP) -J West German Chancel
lor Konrad Adenauer was re-elect
ed chairman of his Christian Dem
ocratic Party Saturday night by
'acclamation but observers? said
the expansion of party leadersmp
was one of Adenauer's, biggest po
litical defeats.
. Adenauer- bitterly opposed ex-
,i -..m,,:- Nnrth Rhine-
rtTrT mZ.
j?. SociaUsts Aden.uerV
bitter opponents on the nahonal
IpvpI:
Political observers pointed out
that before the change in party
.leadership, Adenauer had firm
(control with two deputies com com-:
: com-: nletatv tovaltv his' policies. ., Last
night s vole snowea mat more wan
ha f of nis nartv lavors a Droaa
t er basis of leadership, the observ observ-!ers
!ers observ-!ers said.
Bus Crash Injures
Three American
Schoolchildren
HOME. April 30 UP-A bus
load of -American school children
collided with a busload of British
tourists on a Rome- residential
street in a rainstorm today.
At least eight persons, including
three American children, were re
ported injured. But none was re
nnrtorl seiinnslv hurt. ' s" ''"-
iPdice said the school buikid
fdlr brtiervelliavemarir.and .wt
I the ttfuflfttas.'The school bus was
en route lo the overseas chool, an
international English lan g u a g e
school-, two miles north of Rome.
fjT
IV "CHOICE
LOTS lor
SALE-
Eloy Alfaro 15-159
Tel. 2-061 6

so f"j?fmt

ai i :

so --

LOURDES PHARMACY
Ul U Caxre.affla
FARMACIA LOMBARDO
Ma. tf T llm
MORRISON
tth e el Ih J H,

FOR SALE
Antomobile
. FOR SALE; '51 Faatiac Chitl Chitl-tala
tala Chitl-tala Dataxa 4-4t UUm. Hy Hy-alramatlc,
alramatlc, Hy-alramatlc, radia, Mtna aceatsa aceatsa-ry
ry aceatsa-ry froap. 6aa4 cana'ltiaa $700.
I3-4H5.
FOR SALE: Chavralat 4-4 t
aa'aa, 19,000 wilt. Cash anly.
$1190 Oaa awaar. Phaaa lal lal-haa
haa lal-haa 159 Maraiapf. ; -v- V
FOR SALE Ltarinf Itthmua,
1951 Ola-imohlla Super De Deluxe
luxe Deluxe Club Ceuaa with aa"ia.
haattr ana' afhtr extras. Excel-
laat ceaa'itiea.' Price $tQ0,cath.
Phane lalbaa 1743.
FOR SALE-I954 fri Ciutom-v
lina Deluxe 4-tlaar ndii. Cat '"
leeks like new, twe-teaa paint,,
4 new wtw tires with lass, than
25 miles ea than, radia, vinyl -plastic
apkelsterr, v fuaftntea
parfact' car condition Can, be ''
if an 5 ta 6:30 Saturday araninf, -all
day Sunday. Hauta 2317, Ln
CrWiaa Ave:, lalbaa. ;
FOR SALE- 1953 OMimebflc
91 4-doar atdan. All extras. Ori-
Sinal awaar. 22,000 ajilas, $1. $1.-00.
00. $1.-00. Phane $2-52(2. i
FOR SALI- J3 Paatlac Ckief
taia- Deluxe, Standard shift, ta-
die, aad beater, ww tires, ex ex-reliant
reliant ex-reliant cenditian. Can be financ-
. ad, $1 100 et S SJ0 dawn. Phene?
FOR SALE: 1954 Fard Tauaus
twe-tene sedan, white eidewall
tiret. Mat cevan. la perfect cen cenditian,
ditian, cenditian, $1000; bay's Humbar
Inilhh bkycla, alntest new $25.
Phene 3-1024. L
FOR SALE: t- 1951 Plymauth
canvartibla," parfact candHiaa,
naw tires. Oripinal awnca Cash
$600. lalbaa 2-3459 after 1
FOR JALE- 1952 Morris Ox Oxford,
ford, Oxford, excellent eanditien. CaH
Panama 3-1460, maitra e'hatel.
FOR SALE! l95Klutck hard hard-tap
tap hard-tap canvartibla, many accessary
l iaa. exeallant caaditien S750
Day 17-5109, evealnpi i ti-
i2'l.'- . t
G. McLedn Wins V
Elocution Contest
Miss G. McLean of th Pnt.
costal Faitn Church,' won first
piace last weeg n the elocutloP
contest held at the Pannma nun.
tlst Church by! the tjnited Mis Missionaries
sionaries Missionaries of Panama and the
Canal Zone. 1
Second nlaoe1 wen t' lOtr' Jf
DeFour of the Revival Hour Mis
sion, and third place to-Mra. M.
Alrd of the Gospal Truth Mis Mission.
sion. Mission. -'(' V ..!
The contcstantj and the todi
es were presentea tothe airdl airdl-ence
ence airdl-ence by Awemblvman Alfredo
uragwen. ems C-.Fa(ttE. El
ana j. rjarrmrron acted as
luages., wr.'
v 'III i
Alumni. '36 -' !"-v --lJ
Alumni '33 will' hold' Its' rtetfuv
lar meeting tomorrow night at
7:30 in the !ibtry of the Pacific
Service Center. '" v
i
Burial Scheme
The United Health and Burial
Scheme of Panama will meet
Friday evening lor a Kgvlar bi bimonthly
monthly bimonthly meer.lnfrin the Bible
Truth Church of Gcd at 7:15.
New and, reinstated members
will be recelvf-d and beneficiaries
will be paid .tie remainder of
meir benefits,
The offices will be oaenod' to
all members from 8 a m to 2
p.m. for regular business tomor
K
row.
i -
LEGAL NOTICE
UNITED SjTATES OP AMEBICA
; ii e-i Canal Zona '.
Mlniird Rtaiaa Blair let Cam Far ffhm
S J lstriet of The Canal JSoneL
In the Matter of the AdooUon of Ul
dene Gay Starbird Archibold, a tuinor
under the am of 14 -rears.
No. 431 Civil. Citation. Petition far
adoption. '
lo: Aivoro vega Btarbirel
You are hereby reaulred to asoear I
fore the United States District Court for
net Zona, on the 12 day of June 'less.
at I o'clock In the forenoon of that
Uhe District of the Canal .Zone. Division
of Balboa, at the Courtroom, Ancon, Ca-
day. then and there to show cause. If
any you have, why Richard C. risk and!
Uldene risk should not be twrmltted to!
aaopi tne minor above named, uioene
Cay Starbird Archibold.- I
- Witness the Honorable Guthrie P.
Crowe. Judge, United States District
Court for the District of the Canal Zona.
uua i day or April lss.
-. t; mcvormicat, er. ?
. Clark of Court i e
by Lois E. Harris e :
' Deputy Clerk
To: Alvare Vega Starbird
The foreeeing citation la oervad Upon
you by publication pursuant to the or.
der of the Honorable Cuthrie F. Crowe.
Judxe. United SUtea District Court for
the District of tne canal zona, dated the
day of April Its, and entered and
filed of record in this action in the of office
fice office of the Clerk of the United States
District Court. Division af Balboa an the
IS day of April lass.
- C. t. MeCermiek, Jr.
'..'.".' Clerk of .Court .-y.,
ja, '.
- i. i br V tola K. flarrtsea -.
Deputy Clerk

LEWIS SERVICE
' Ae.Trrell Ke. 4 (
FARMACIA ESTADOS UNIDOS
US Central Ave.'.;.
- FARMACIA LUX
F'yiSM Cental Awn ,'v."

Position Offered
, WANTED Qualified teletype
' techniciaa with radie and cam- -lj
niunicaNeae backpraund, at laaat
i twe;yean actaal teletype main- '.
- tanance experience recurred, ne
.. alaar aaads apply, geed startinj
.ulary with excellaat future fat
rifht atari. Centect Pea Araeri Araeri-aah
aah Araeri-aah Warld Airways, telephane 2 2-0670,
0670, 2-0670, Mr. Gaarge J. Schmahl,
durinf fffice kwn, After ( p.m.
call telaphana 3-3633..
i WANTED: Acceuntant with
knewledea af manufacturinp
cast pracaduraa. English essen essen-;
; essen-; til; Write,': fivinf experience
and back jrauad, te. Wince, A A-partade
partade A-partade 923, Panama.. R. P.
Y
I
r

COL.. JOHN J. DAVIS, left, VM. Army; Caribbean School' com commandant,
mandant, commandant, discusses bis recent trio to Colombia with Lt. CoL
Luis. Barrera, Mutis, a Colombian Instructor assigned to. Fort
Gullck. Colonel and Mra. Daia received the pair of solid' brass
fS7u9!i.5ffJ,?L A1'onsoRojas Puyana. a former student
at the USARCARIB and chief of staff of 1 Colombian brigade.

. 1 1

Army Canfibean Schbcl Coraaandant

Gets Colombian. Military Decoration

' Col. John J". Davis, commandant
of the U, S. Army Caribbean School
was: awarded one Of Colombia's
highest military decorations recent,
ly. in ceremonies held in Bogota.
In the South American country
s guest -of the Colombian Army.
Davis was presented the Order of
Military Merit, Antonio Narino, is
tie rank of "Comendador." :
The award waa made in the Cav-i
airy School in Bogota by Brig. Gen,'
Pedro 11. Munos, commanding ge
neral; of the Army. Muftoa. made
the presentation for the country's
presiaeoit uen.. itusiavo ynpjas ri-
Davis,, a native Clevelander and
graduate of West Point.: was cited
for his work as commandant of
the Canal Zone military school. 0-
perated by. the U.S. Army for La
tin American officers, cadets and
enlisted, men, the school hag grad graduated
uated graduated more than 5,000 men from
20 Central and South American na nations
tions nations in its six years of existence.
Along with the award, Davis and
his 'wife "received two personal
gifts from high ranking Colombian
officials. Briav Gen. Deogracias
Fonseca. .commanding aeneral of
Colombia's police forces, present
ed an eneraved silver tray as a
gift from himself and member of
the police force. Embossed on the
tray are the crests of every major
city of Colombia, ana, in ine cent center,
er, center, the national emblem. ,':'..
CoL Alfonso Roias Puyana. a
brigade chief of staff and graduate
of the U. ; S.; Army Caribbean
School, presented a pair of antique
a?'
I
NEWCOMER- Cant. Fred W.
TenEyck arrived at Albrook AFB
from RandolDh AFB. Texas, re

t 4S 3 "i

-.1. i i. j i .

cently to assume duties with thei'

Aviation Medical Division, 5700th
Dispensary Sq. A native of Long
Beach, Calif, and bolder of a bach bachelor
elor bachelor of arts degree and a medical
degree from Standford University,

N.Y. Capt. TenEyck entered the!
Air Force, Jan. 1, 1956. He comple completed
ted completed a primary course in aviation
medicine before being assigned to
Alhrnnlr '

MISCELLANEOUS

i ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
I0X 2031, ANCON, CZ.
OX 1211. CRISTOBAL. C.Z.
LESSONS
ALLROOM DANCINO CLASSES
New 1-week ceune,-indudinp
Waltsrfa Tret, Jitterbef, and
'Latin Amtrkaa dances bepine in
' May. Refitter at lalbaa Armed
Sarvkaa Y.M.C.A. Friday, May :
4tb. 7 te 10 p.m. Ctattes can can-ducted
ducted can-ducted by PATRICIA RAYMER.
Phane 25-3700 evenlnt. .
LOST & FOUND
, LOST. -Male leaple pap. Hack
bsdr.-wkita underneath. Reward,
lalaa 3214. v.
V1 V
stirrups to Col. and Mrs. Davis.
' . ... :. . v ... A i
Resembling a pair of shoes, the
Solid brass stirrups have been in
the Rojas family, for years. :
Davis traveled to Bogota for a
one week, visit, as guest of the Co
lombian Army. Accompanying him
were hi.wtfer Capt.' and Mrs. Hans
G, Ruthe and Capt. Fernando T.
Daviia. all from Fort Gulick.
During' their stay, the arouo was
conducted on several tours of mil
itary and civilian establishments.
inciuaea on me itinerary were
stops, at the Army's -Cavalry, Ar Armored,
mored, Armored, Infantry and Command and
Staff schools.- A' trip to the coun country's
try's country's Military Academy was also
inciuaea. i
A series of honor guards. Head
ed by Rojas and Col. Alberto Rue Rue-da,
da, Rue-da, T were od hand to escort the
visitors during their stay. v
"I waa nafHeulnriv imnrMsed
Colonel Davis remarked, "w i t hi

Colombia's MiUtary Police batta-lr'. Jonn a retired
Uon.. Composed. f a hand-pickedl?lumDer' recently received a $4

group of six-footers." he continu
ed, "the unit is one of the finest
I have ever seen.",
Indcnssizn President
To Be Guest 01 Ike
Prior To US Tour :
; ) v.-.v- i s i. h .;. s ;
WASHINGTON. Aoril SO fUP
The White House announced today
that Dr. Soekarno, president of the
Indonesian ttepuDiic, ,wui amve
here May 16 at the guest of Pres President
ident President Eisenhower before starting
a two-week tour of the U n i t e d
States, i '
-The White House press office
announced that President Soekar Soekar-no
no Soekar-no was invited here by Secretary
of State John Foster Dulles. Dul Dulles
les Dulles visited Indonesia in March.
It will be the first U. S. visit
by the president' of the southeast
Asian- Republic, which attained its
independence since world' war II,
The White House said that Pres President
ident President Eisenhower will send his
government plane,' the Columbine,
to Honolulu to bring .President
Soekarno to Washington ion it he
last stage of his journey.
Assistant White House press
secretary Murray Snyder said de
tails of the trip and names of
members Of the official party will
be annouaced later, i ;'
$20,000 Tip
t rt
SPRINGFIELD HI- April 30-
(UP) A Springfield tavern pa
tron today sougnt 5u,uuu oanj.
ages on grounds anoiner pan
Became anina ana d .ii
tin f Vile n''ii- V t
Lerov Shonte filed the suit a
srainst the. tavern operators.
chareed he was permanently
disfigured when Elijah Qolns bit

HOUSEHOLD EXCHANCE
d. Pee. ee ta On Ave. He. 41
; FQTO DOMY
Jut tnMUH In, Mi S3 tL
FARMACIA VAM-DER-DIJS

M Street No. U
FOR RENT
1
Apartments
ATTENTION C LI Just built
madam farniaked apartments, I,
2 bedreem, bet, ceid wale a,
Pbaae Pauata 3.4941.
FOR RENT Furnished ar an an-.
. an-. furnithad apartment! 2 bed bed-ream,
ream, bed-ream, 2 bathearns, etc., in
alia Vbta. Pbaae, 3-6097, 2-
2504.
FOR RENT?-- Irand new ana ana-badraam
badraam ana-badraam apartment, eamplately
furnnhed, $10. Addreti: Secend
Avenue, San Franciua. See
Pharmacy. Phane 3-1221.
FOR RENT -Apartment 2 bed bed-raami,
raami, bed-raami, dmint ream, aittinf ream,
. maid's teem with bath, larpe
' kitchen, tarfe bathreem, bat wa water,''
ter,'' water,'' apartment alt Kraeaed, 25
equara.. meters inside apertmant
tar laundry, dryina. and Iraninp,
a brpa claaats, fanpe. House Na.
" 5, lueebie A. Maralaa Ave. in
El Canfreje, earner haute, Phane
-Panama 3-0579
FOR RENT 2 very tarpe reams
I apartment) in naw buildinp,
vary caal, bet water, maid's
bathreem, $60. Riqui laiMmi,
Jase Franciace de la Oua Ave.
sad $ Street, in freut Firestene
Agency. Phane 2-3436 .. .
FOR RENT: Camaa Alepre:
beautifully furaiihed apartment,
J bedreamt, 2 bathreams, fully
equipped with (law, chinaware,
etc CaH 3-1719.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart-
: 1 bedroom, living-dining
, modern conveniences. Tel
ephone Claytea 6110 office
' hours., '"''.' j...',";.';.;v..,
FOR RlNTt I -bedroom apart apart-ment
ment apart-ment furnithad, ground fleer,
parking space, inspected. Cool
and independent. $7$. Jose de
Fabrega Ave. No. 16, Pasadena.
FOR RENT: Apartment, $65.
96 Via Porras. Phene 3-2131.
. FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment including" refrigerator, all
screened, tiled. Geed surround surroundings.
ings. surroundings. House 1 12, Via. lelisarie
Perras, near Reesevelt theater.
FOR RENT: C Furnished apart apart-meat
meat apart-meat $45. Regular transporta transportation,
tion, transportation, North American neighbera.
Phone S-0471.
FOR RENT: 2-bedrMm apart apartment,
ment, apartment, maid's ream. "D" Street
Na. 6, Cangreja, near Panama
HoteL i r, ;' v-:-
FOR RENTi Furnished apart apartment.
ment. apartment. $65. Military iataeeted.
Via Porras 99. Phene 3-2061.
. FOR RENT Furnished apart apart-ment,
ment, apart-ment, 2 bedrooms (screened).
45th Street le. 4-200, lella
.'Vista -...y,i:..
FOR RENTt Small furnished a-
rartment, independent, large
edroam, sitting roam end porch,
proper far twe gentlemen. Na
kitchen. House 27, 43rd Street.
- Phone 3-4976.
FOR RENT: Nice furnished a-
partmant, independent: 2 bed bed-.
. bed-. roams, parlor-dining room, all
eeevicea; windows and doors wir wir-ed
ed wir-ed against snosguita's; bat water
t and rafrigeratar. Howe 27. 43re?
Street, Phane 3-4976.
Jj l j W lNTiRISTf
.iaaA HARBOR, Me.
money oraer in cavment fnr
plumbing jobie did back in 1913.
Electronic flash gun
, V twatt lif?ht
output
Expert ; .44,'......... 80 1
Matador .1S5
Reporter ...450
Braun Hobby v
Braun Hobby
automat .
C.;B. BUta i-'
It Is worthwhile to browse
through our Blits department
ancj interview our expert Dr.
electronic who explain, you
ine miierent models .
f V
... 'V"-."'-- : l;; ., PJ:':t i
" ' ' : v
- International
Jewel 7,
only store ln Panama special
ized in electronic flash jtun
,a !;.;, julpment
Central Ave. 155,
' corner "K" Street
Phone 2-180J
.
Special Sale Servoblitz
; ; before v 89.00.
" "NOW 49.50

u

FARMACIA EL BA1URR0
Fhh UfVT I Street
FARMACIA -SAS"
Via hm 111
NOVEDADES A.THIS
Via Espaaa Ave. .. V"

RESORTS I
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and targe
beach hause. One mile past Ca Carina,
rina, Carina, lalbaa 1166
Gramlich'a Santa Ciara leach
Caltapaa. Madera conveniences,
madarate rate. Phane Gamboe
6-441.
PHIUIPS Oceeniida Cettagea.
Santa Clara, lax 435, lolboe.
Phene Panama 3-1177. Cnfla
bal 3-1673.
Swim and relax at Shrapnel's
beach hemes. Santa Clara. Phone
Thampsaa, lalbaa 1772.
Visit the "HOTEL COUNTRY.
CLUB" at El Valla. Naw Ameri American
can American manapemant. $14 per day
far 2 partem, averythm m m-cludad.
cludad. m-cludad. :.
FOR RENT
. llooms
FOR RENT: Beautifully fur furnished
nished furnished houtekaepinp room, dou double
ble double couch, rafrigeratar, kitchen
cabinet with attached stove, bath
and entrance independent. Avail Available
able Available May I. Ne. 3 52nd Street.
Phene 3-0631
FOR RENT: Clean furnished
Independent entrance end
bathreem. Cooking' ': facilities.
43rd Street Na. 13.
FOR SALE
Bokts& Motor
FOR SALE: Cabin fruiter, 28 28-ft.
ft. 28-ft. 7 -in. 1 15-hp. Chrysler Crown.
Mechanical refrigeration, marine
radio, galley, head, bunks, Li Li-v
v Li-v censed fee I. Completely equip equipped
ped equipped far bay or deep tea fishing.
Phone FortClayton 5124.
Guaranteed 12 Months
; 1st Line -.
100 Level

D ) 2 d' r. ( '
" COLPANRecondhlofied .V Cf
C0LPAN Safety Checked ft :
A COLPANOuaranteed ''V&Srjft, '
. C0LPAN Priced to seU ',J

. ySlP118 8 tSED CAB LOTS ON ACTO ROWl

Colon
1 .ffsiKi J r .v-,v:
i ff' v xmvAE h-muwmxi'Wfr
" Batteries I 'r f
I f Tires ft Tubes
f 'jtrtssV.J No. 31 I :.-v.t,.l.
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Size v Black White Wall Size '' Black White Wall
600i16 16.50 19.50 67i1? 19.95 :22.95
670x 15 16.95 19.95 710 x 15 r io.95 24.45

710 x 15 17.95 20.95
760x15 19.95 2i.95,
.800x15' 24.95 1 26.95
820x 15 25.95" 27.95
Wi;hO!3Tirci -
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MINIMlW
FOR.
12 WORDS
'

FOR RENT
Houses)'
FOR RENT: Chalet; 2 bad- -reams,
living-dining, maid's room
with service, parege, alfj screen-
ad. Trans-Isthmian Highway,.
Phene 3-3341, 3-1275,
FOR RENT Small chalet: ait.
ting-dining ream and twe bed-;
roams, furnished. Via Perras Na.
97-1 after 2p.m. Phone 2-217 J:
er 3-2709
TOR RENT; New cliaiat: 2.1
bedrooms aad maid's room, liv-
ing room, dining room, 2 perch- .1
es t garage, large kitchen, garden
en 1 2th Street, Airport Read, i
' Paititla Ne. 97. Also 1 im.ll a-
partment en Via Perra'Ne. 64,
has ene room, kitchen, bathrooirjr
and porch, independent, Phenet-
3-1863.
4- S
WANTED .9;
Mheellanetiui
WANTED TO PLACE; v- Mid: J v
bilingual, wonderful laundreu
and cook. Available May 15th.
Call after I p.m. Ralboa 3-3459.
READ THIS! ;
: i rt 1 1
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culous ridiculous lew price. In a, beauti beautiful
ful beautiful lot at Panama's closest
and finest beach resort? J1
can pay as you see fit, a
want nice neighbors anf
money is no abject. CORO CORO-NADO
NADO CORO-NADO BEACH 49 mile from
Ferry. Call Eteenmatm Pan Panama
ama Panama 2-4505 or see Castilla at
Coronada,
760 x 15 22.95 "27.45
800x 15 27.95. 30.95
'820 1 15 28.45 31.95'
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5 ltrw vnnif 'flTPV-l It's fash-

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aw man'i

lleiding maker has come out wilh

nne near y as min iri
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,wmust" for men.
wihe"" i,l7-jewel shock-resistant

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l Relief from effects of those late
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L ..... hononupr cnrktail. ine

m, new """fc""" , ,.
manufacturer claim non:alcohouc
uncarbonated fruit drink provides

. 'quick" reiiei.
lnu. j.;nir tlu1 Season COCK

tail. s lso suggested for those who

need someuung tor nerves ui -tieue.
(Orchard Products Co., Chi Chicago
cago Chicago 7, 111.) ,
"Colored corncob pipes to match
your car are now being made.
They come in simulated briar or
: vsuchi automobile colors as pink,
red, whiter green blue and black.
' Th. niiu. in mIIpH the Sunday

Cob. (Bcescher'a. Industries, Inc.,

Washington, Mo.) ,

tra tuinfn) in a thrOUCh

yourmmbrella? A new model with

piasuc panel anows peneci vis visibility.
ibility. visibility. The panel, about eight by
10 inches is cut into the twill cov covering
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COUNTING THE HOUSE
c.i SivRnhinwii meditates

at his Greenwood Lake, N. Y.J

camp. The middleweigni cnam
. .... v.A (m mnrh pnn

cerned about Bobo Ol.son, so he
must be wondering what they'll
draw in Los, Angeles, May 18.

'Sunday Express'

Reports Jump ;

In Circulation

LONDON. A3I-U 30-(OT)-Tbe

Sunday Ex?resa which la pub j

lishina the memoirs 01 u;

Duchess of Windsor, reported

yesterday that lea circulation,

Ju,mpea by suimkw copies miji.
Sunday.

KclrjYcr Opens i

' tatt iHiSSWli! Fla : Anrrl 30

ttp sn Fstes Kefauver ooen-

ed a five-day campaign In the

northwest rionaa : rannanuie ui

UBJ, wiuwvu,
r.w anlirf inrnaiia" into nne Of Ad'

. 'W re mucn wronger, in -i m
territory now than we were1 1 in
1952." said Kefauver, who lost in
thi. tn r.nria Son. Richard

Russell in the Florida Democratic

presidential primary lour years a

mill H in Flnrida'a third

congressional aisuTc. .wnci

son's Florid campaign manager

and bcfwenui pomicax auy, iub-

Ding uuopyuacu aw' 'vw.
arrived lust before last

.:nkt tTa crrPTM at. the

airport by the 60 membera of the
Kappa Sigma fraternity at Flori Florida
da Florida State, university. Kefauver, a

mk th 1 ifiivFrsirv 01 len-

nessee,; gaily shouted, 'Hi, broth-

,. Thi Vaternitv membera prbmis-

h in hiln him all we can," but

chapter president Man mi"
said, "a. lot of them are not old

enougn 10 voie. 4 :
The handshaking candidate rode

Into Florida's capuai m
ift Spittle. Wash..

after a speech Saturday night and
spent several houri Sunday confer confer-rinn
rinn confer-rinn mith amnaira workers in

Washington. .. .
Asked about his chance in Wash Washington
ington Washington state, Kefauver said, "I be believe
lieve believe I'm going to do real well out
there." The state has no primary
election but both Kefauver a n d
Stevenson have been lining up del delegate
egate delegate support. i

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By OSWALD JACOBY
Writtea for NEA Service

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! To ft Citizens of Panama
..; 1 .. : on their
LABOR DAY
'
To the C 'xem of the Vniled State

on tter obrronce 0

r tLOYAUV DAY

LA IKPORTADORA SEIECTA, S. A.
. , "H", Street 11-53 Putin B

DURING a? recent .'enlistment' teremony-MSgt: Chester H.
pavta (right); 551st Engineer Co. (Surrey Base) Inter-American
Geodetic Survey, .recelvea the oath from Cftptr, Justus w,
. it.mi. Tana rmt Cnluirt T DnVwrfsnn

uromme wei w, Aujuttui auu, vi.
Director of IAGS looks but Davis who has been in th6 Army
. mil t i..1l.kJ hi. annlhar lr var

s ., (U.S. Army photo)

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FEAR THREE DEAD IN HOTEL FIRE Smoke rises from the
ruins of the 125-year-old Hotel Carver in Warrea, Pa.4 after a
Knaliarm Je destroyed the building. Thre men were
believed to have died in the blaze, and at least 13 other
, persons were injured. '

n IncIHa nut in high winds.

(Schertz Umbrellas, Inc., New
York, N. Y.)

SMOKE BAROMETER. :
fnvrnpn "wii rtlPl

New Hampshire's yardstick fori
measuring its tonris business inj
summer time is the state'i tobac-i

co tax. Last Juiyv na August,
tourists paid x $168,817- uv such
taxes, according to the tax eom-
1 mission.

RELEASE WEDNESDAY 1 UX

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. FREE EXAMINATION WITH AUDIOMETER

MAKE AN APPOINTMENT Frotri 2:00 to :00 p.m.
phone 2-2541 Box 1332, Panama
Tivoli Ave. and Rochet Street
Dr, MARCIAL DIAZ CLINIC

....... r i i k-

When a HcfprtHpr ia oivan thai

chance to overruft, it ien t always
WIS fnr him tn An an If ha haa

patience, he may get two tricks

Mm luavcau iu jusi uiie. An
unusual illustration of this princi principle
ple principle is given in today's hand.

west oDenea int Kino nr ananpi

and East aipnallpH fnr a innttniia-f

tion by playing, the nine. West!
obediently continued with the ace I
Dl spades, and East completed his

signal oy dropping' bis six of
spades.
The "high-low" in spades asked
West to keep up the good work,
so he continued with the jack of

spaoes. declarer ruffed in dummy

wun me jacx oi nenrts, and East

uiscaiucu uisieau ui overruiling.

ow nasi was twund to make

IWO trUITIDitnrltl Smith avantnollv

finessedr the queen of hearts, and
East took the Xing', East returned
Us low trump to dummy's ace,

auer wnicn tne ten of hearts was

gooa tor tne setting trick.
- Had East nvarniffwl

third spade was led. South would

nave malta thi irina- nt haarta

then instead of later, out he would

not nave won a trick with th tan

South Would win anv return an1

would, draw the rest of the trumps
with dummy's ace and qi'een.
If you are given the chance to
OVerruff. one simnlo i lout mill

usuaiiy leu you wnetner or not to

uu o, u your trump is otherwise
worthless, take your trick. If your
trumn will ha onnA tar a ti-lob-

later on,, it will often be wise to

lei uie incx go.
j SNOW FOR. GOVERNOR
BANGOR. M itp r.n

Edmund S. Mliskip anH hit airlal

did some quick thinking when a

snort circuit started a fire in the
wirinC nf tha snvarnnr'a rriia1

B ... QV.V.UV. V......
Car on a hiehwav naar hara Thav

scoopea up nandfuis of snow and

aousea tne names with it.
' -THE EVIDENCE

KALAMAZOO, Mich. (UP)
Police had little difficulty solving
the theft of a Quantity nf haap and

Wine from a tavern at naarhv An.

Clisfa. Twn 1S.vaar.nM Knva ta

gerea into ivaiamazoo High school

orunx tne following morning.

Our Best Wishes to, the. Citizens
of Panama 015 I
: LABOR DAY i
and to the Citizens of the ,;"

United States on -.

LOYALTY DAY ;Ii

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of tourists Is now the islands' fourth largest industry. About one out of every 12
jobs is allied with it Knowing that, such points as Pearl Harbor and Waikiki Beach '.
,wilj be high points, the islanders have expanded their facilities to cope with the
vast numbers pouring in. Here are a few scenes such vacationing visitors will see.

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Ontario, millions of trees will soon be tapped for the sap that yields more than two Damone, tries on his mother's bonnet on his arrival in
million gallons of Canadian syrutf. Here some youngsters in Quebec watch Tven 1 New York from Los Angeles. His mom is movie star
' Chenier empty a catch pail into a barrel for the journey back to the sugar hpustv- V Piet Angeli.- They'll meet Vic in Miami Beach, Fla.

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Sat ch Paige Pitches Miami
To 3-0 Win Over Montreal)

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lightweight, is favored at 12-5

Old Satchel Paige added another

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memoirs todav, a four-h
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Left-jabber Zulueta, recently re-

1 turned from a brief European

camDaien. has had much more ex-1

NEW YORK. April 30 ( UP) The Francisco's National C o 1 1 I e

iJuawu cacivwcu mru ici-j cuHiupiuns. better uuncher
ritorial rights .and selected six-! .RusseU. six loot 10' Ail America I
. footseven center Tom Heinsohn oT center who was-voted the United' caAa vt t9UtA

Holy Cross today to open the 1956 Press player-of-the-year, promptly; over three men who wore the light-

ivauunm cuancioau nssociai i s n -was uraiteo. by the St. .Lou is, weight crown during his career of
draft of college players. Hawks who turned him' over to'92 lights. They were Paddy De-
, Hemsoha, v,ho set a holy cross Boston as psrt of a deal made!marco Jimmy Carter and Wal Wal-scaring
scaring Wal-scaring record ef 1,8 points for Sunday. The Cehtcs traded veter-' ia're Rud) Smith current chamo.

thre? seasons, was the fourth ian center -Ed Macauley to the in Eurooe recentlv. the. slenderioff the famous iron-man pitchier

highest scorer ai major college j Hawks for a No. 1 draft choice.! Cuban lost a split decision to topU pioe needed onlv S3 pitches to

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York Inter-York tonight in their TV 10-round- . ',,m.

- Paige, whe told repar'm be before
fore before the game he is "t years
Id" and then added nastily,
"maybe you had better add a

couple U that for me," made

feunday's seven-inning perform-.

ance la the second fane of a
twin biU at Miami ki- tint
full fame since he pitched for
the St. Louis Browns three,
years. Actually, Paige is past.
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basketball during l9oo-5fi with an

grfra-e ef 27.4 points per game.
The. Rochester Royals, making:
the first pick in the regular draft,!
then claimed Si Green, Duquesne's
two time All America back co u r t'
star, passing tin a change to aelecti
the heralded Bill Russell of San;

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BALBOA TT1G1I ROMPS TO 85-85
WIN OVER CRISTOBAL HIGH
STANDINGS
' Intersrholastic Basketball
- 1 ... Won Lost Pft.

B. H.. 2 0- 1000
CHS, 0 '1 .000
junior. College .... .0 1 .000
FRIDAY'S RESULTS
Balboa High 85. Cristobal High
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TUESDAY'S GAME
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Junior College yg Cristobal
High 1

Green, six-foot, ,2 H-inrh

all around standout, was the 13th
highest major college scorer with
a 24.S-pomt average. Russell, a
member of. the VS.' Olympic
team,. will not be available-for
5 re basketball until December,
here are' reports he way pass
up i chance to play in the N.tt.A,
'and sign with the Harlem Globe Globe-trotters
trotters Globe-trotters neit year. Russell aver averaged
aged averaged 20.1 points in socring and
was- one of the best rehounders
'and defensive players In t h e
'country. : .
The teams drafted in inverse or

der of tlieir won-lost percentage
diinne the recently concluded N.

B.A. season: The Celtics were

only team to exercise a tciritonal

pick from a school witlim a radius

of 50 miles from the franchise city.
1 so doing, -Boston' passed up its
regular' first-round draft pick.,

liehtweieht contender Dulio Loi of blank the Royals, although he aaidlToronto

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Italy and was held to an unpopu- they "were riding me preuy naru.

lar draw by top featherweight con-!

tenaer urea uauani 01 pui.
Zulueta has registered only sis
kayoes in his 92 fights, but he nev never
er never was stopped. Busso, 21, was
stopped on April S, by Gene Poi Poi-rier.
rier. Poi-rier. He has knocked out 12 men
while winning 25 of his 29 bouts.
He has beaten Dennis (Pat) Bra Brady,
dy, Brady, but his best win was a fifth fifth-round
round fifth-round knockout over Rocky Ran Ran-dell
dell Ran-dell at Tampa, Fla., last Novem November.
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' Cristobal Hi ?h' j hopes of con continuing;
tinuing; continuing; their itreait of basketball
championships', .was seriously;
shattered at Margarita gym Fri Friday
day Friday when the ,tu?grnau;ht Bal-!
boa Bulldogs romped home with
an 85 to 65 tpIii
The .InauRuraiJcn ol fcrlstobal

Hiah's new home rounds at Mar-

Karitaxtras, a sad one for tpe
home f61ks they saw Ramon
Reves: 6r4 BsJboa. senior, -hit the

rets for 31" points that led the

Hi'doBS tr their eSf Mrtmr

. "hl- from, the to of f that

ir'-'ked the oceniiu of the tarn

w'.ien flm Reece netted the first
t70 .points.' iirjess than Jive ecr
tnds ofplay,'3alboa took. to. the
lead and never iehnouished. The

visitors piled on a 17 point lead

at the end of tnc. flrsV auarter,

27 to 10 and front that point on-

ward :hKdnot 4o.-d(v'nwcii' more

than match the Tigers to acore
tli.- win.
3-K-a:f time endod 4fi to S3, with
stobal sliow.-.? little threat of
overtaking the leaders. The Bull Bulldogs
dogs Bulldogs piled on a 21 point advan advan-taee.
taee. advan-taee. by the end of the third

stanza ,vhieh saw Cristobal trail-J

mg oh.the.shoit end of 44 toi
,i 65 count, .Wita Sammy .Morns!
keepintt. .Cristobal from falling
any .farther behind, Balboa,
wound up the contest with their i
v 85 to fiS. win. '
Rammv Morris was about the

onlv sprinkle of briehtnesjj in,

Cristobal's Fr'da Jt night per performance.
formance. performance. Hittin-r with a deadly
accuracy. tlw.t saw t&rh miss no
more than three of his field Roal
attempts,, the fllminntlve Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal fdrward,. easily tha. smallest
" man on the cctu-t.- came off with
a 33-point total, better than half
of the;total C5 sc(Jred by Cristo Cristobal.
bal. Cristobal. L
With the. exception of Robert
Lowe,, whe- netted six field Reals
and accounted for 13 of the Ti

ter's-total .points; no other Cns-i

, tjbal, raa;er. was ableto-tcore
more than one field ?oal and tho
next highest tatal was scored by
David ; Hawthorne, who, added
four free- thrown to his single
field goal; for six points.
, Cristobal-At .C Tomorre
" Tuesday .. nlpht- the scene of
battle charA'ft as Cristobal trav travel
el travel to Bboa to take on a stroivr
C.2. .runior Colle.2d five and -at-tev,t
to regain their footmp In
' an -rfort tiv start back on the
rr that them to live
r -"'lonship'? In a row.:

" irtobal. n th. strengt.i : or j
tl-ir 85-to-W Inss to Baiboa w:ll -ter
underdo, eonsiderliie that):
J C. in the season opener last
Tuesday, gav B H..S. a rough go-
Hne over before going dov.n to
defeat. -
In th.. short basketball sea?on
;. nlayed by V.ie schools, each game1
looms important to J.C. Rnd
Balbca. bitth j whom have fall-!
... en one. and a'.ie-half irames offj

the paceset'my: Baluoa qiwret,
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The box scorer
Cristobal V
Morris,
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Concepcion ..
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UMP WEARS tit ASSES
Amer lean, .League .umpire
, Frank UmontK who made Ma Major
jor Major League, history in Kansas
'City, Mo ,1 when .he w6re
i glasses to umpire. the Kansas
City-Detroit .game. Inspects
his glasses. ..Umpnt said "I
expect to be. ribbed about my.
: glasses, but I. don t .expect 4t
. will worry me." ,.

MEXICO' CITY. April 30 (UP)

Mexican Bantamweight Ricardo
"Paianto" Moreno scored a '. sec

ond round technical knockout last

night over Oscar -Suarez of Cuba

in a wild and wooiy siugiest.

i From the opening bell, Moreno
tore into the Cuban with a furious

two fisted attack that. kept. 15)00
spectators on their ieet and shout-
,
Suarez counter punched punch
for punch in the first round and
rocked the Mexican to .his heels
several timts. with hard rights
and lefts to the head. v

But Moreno's savage attack was

too much for the game Cuban. In
the, opening Seconds of the- second

round, a jolting. right t uppercut
sent Suarez down, for a count ; of
four. .. -i'j r -.. i
. Although the. Cuban fried to car carry
ry carry the attack to Moreno when he

got up, he was. dropped again by

a furious left cross and paralyzing
right to the midsection. ,
.- The referee stoDDed the fifiht at

one minute and, 11 seconds of the
second round and helped the daz dazed
ed dazed Suarez to his corner, Moreno
wighed in at 118 pounds, and Sua Suarez
rez Suarez at 124. ,-. f ......v y. -.,

claiming I put some, stuff on the
ball."
Paige claimed he w a i it
"tired at all" because "pitching
. a full game is easier than pitch pitching
ing pitching relief you get a change to
use all your pitches." He was
only annoved, he said, by a
slight attack ef. indigestion and
the fact that "the a m p i r e

wouldn't let me se my hesita hesitation
tion hesitation pilch." v

Miami also won the first game

6-4, for a doubleheader sweep that

moved the brana-new aiaruns uuv
third place. Bob Bowman homer

ed in each game for Miami, which
has won aix in a tow.' j '.
. Columbus scored .the only- oth other
er other Sunday sweep, beating Buffalo,
1-0, in th opener as Ray Her Herbert's
bert's Herbert's two-hitter topped Larry
Donovan's three-hitter, and 24 in

the second behind the seven-in-ninf
. two-hit pitching of J o h n

Kumc. ' ; p.
At Richmond, Jim Coatet M
the Virginian, pitched a five five-bitter
bitter five-bitter to win the opener, M,-
Rochester. pushed i' erps two,
ninth-inning runs to win the ex
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At Havana, me tuoan ounv
Kings" banged our 13 hits ta beat
tn 0.9 in the opener., before

the Leafs v won'- the seven-inning

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Hetkl, Lowe 1), Miller (4) and
Griffin. Pramesa 7); Mlnarcln
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Toronto,, 100 001 13 10 4
Habana '-' 01000 01 0
Johnson and Griffin; Lane,
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Montreal -.200 000 0204 11 1
Miami 204 000 20X-8 7 2

Cole. SUnck (71. Hoffman (l

and Roseboro: Greenwood, Wala

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WP--Greenwood, LP-Cole: HR's

Tomklns : ( Miami ) Bowman

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Second Game
Montreal ; ..
Miami

Harris and

and Niarhos..

tomobile race In a blinding rain rainstorm.
storm. rainstorm. . C I
Italian made Fen-art nutomo nutomo-i.I'os
i.I'os nutomo-i.I'os finished ono-tw9.three.
. Handsome U yeaf-eld Eoge-'
nii Castellotti elf Italy won the
932-mile race in the time ef II
hours, 37 minutes and ten see- ;i
ends, an average speed ef 85.35 j
miles an hour. V
Castellotti teamed with World
Champion Juan Manuel Far.gtd
last month to win, the Sebrmg! j
race In Florida.
Peter Collins of England was"

second and Luig! Musso of Italy
third.
: Cars skidded eut ef rentrel
en the treacherous r e a ds,
sometimes hitting spectators'
whe lined the touts (rem the
moment the net started at

Biescla. yesterday. .: i tj
' In the; worst accident Italian'
Antonio Glacobl killed two spec-1

tators and Injured five at Polza-1
no di Lonato, only 18 miles from
the starting line. Glacobl es,;

taped Injury.' i

oerman Mercedes driver woir-i

cang Piwko and Swiss co-pilot
Max Berney.wer killed wnen,

their Alfa-GlulletU hit a tree.,.

best wishes:
to the Citizens -of the United States,
i i V -m 'the observance of

LOY

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LOYALTY DAY

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Robert L Finch
Dies In Columbus

- COLUMBU31 April 30 fUP)
Robert L Flnn.publlj'relations
chief of the'Hitlonal Association

of professional BaseonU-Leaguevl

died here yesterday, at tnc name
of a friend, victim of a heart at attack:
tack: attack: He wa 71 years old.
'Finch, who was. in charge of
publicity of the Minor Leagues

since",- WV sunerra.' prevww

attack, two years ago. e ircnu ircnu-ly
ly ircnu-ly attended a conference lri Cln Cln-clnnatt
clnnatt Cln-clnnatt with, other baseball offi officials.'
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Richmond 212 000 0005 8

Russell,- Markell' 1), Mayer

Vii oeler (5). Mackinson (i

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LOYALTY DAY

j '' ATLANTIC STARS
rTROjJNCI DIPAl,
On Fridav hieht the Atlantic

All -. Stars, defeated Alfredo Ale Ale-man
man Ale-man Jr.. Isthmian- chamoions. to

the score '11-4; Gwendolyn I.avn

started on the mound for the1

champions,- but In -lest than one

third of an inning she was chased!

from the hill. She was completely
out. of control as. she wklked in
thfirst, three' runs. ;
She was relieved hy Olga Jo Jo-seph'y
seph'y Jo-seph'y -who finished the game,
.'At-t,:;. ).,!,
Warva Knight.' "started for' the

Atlantic girls and pitched effec effectively
tively effectively until the fifth inning- when

she gave way Mary De Leon, who!

quelled an uprising with the bases
loaded, This was the final -game
Of the' series at Mt. Hope,

. fie Leon, veteran softbajler 4

oragon ae oro tame, proved she
is stijl one of the leading players
in local Softball as she took the
most valuable player, batting hits,
and runs-batted in swards, : :
' Joseph., received ths besfnltch besfnltch-er
er besfnltch-er award, and Dolores Worelt
took the home run award.' Credit

tj should be given to. Shirley Gray.

for her outstanding performance
against the Howe' Wrens. ;
The series committee was com comprised
prised comprised of Cuthbert C. Rowe, E-
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ireu iii aicitf, uio lyproc. nil-

mott, who did ail possible to make

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Wally

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Redleg Slugger Hits 4 Homers;
Bats In 8 Runs As Cincinnati
Crushes Chicago 5-4 and 8-4
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NEW YORK, April 3a (UP) Wally Post's
slugging binge earned him the major league home
run lead with seren today and enabled the Cincin Cincin-i:ti
i:ti Cincin-i:ti Redlcgs to remain, unbeaten since Ted Kluszew

sla was benched.

Post, who hit 40 homers last
season but labored in massive
. Kiuszewski's shadow, walloped
two homers and drove In four runs
' in each game yesterday to 'spark
the Redlegs to -4 and 8-4 victo victories
ries victories over the Chicago Cubs. The
victories completed a sweep of the
' four-game set with the Cubs and
. lifted the hard-hitting Redlegs to
, the .00. mark with a' season
':' record. .'1- 2. .' '' '
1 Th Jo-year old Post, native
f St. Wendelin, Ow hit a pair
f two-run homers to drive In
the Redleat' first four runs in
" Mm opener and wound up his big
day with a ,threo-run blast and
Mid homer in the nightcap.

TcniorrovTs feces

1 Ik. T Natives;
' Pane $275.00 Pool Cloe U:45
fl R$T KACI Of THI DOUBLl
'v iChepanita O. de Le6n 109x
, -Metto J.'Jimenea Jr. 115x
i.ohoiin r Visaues 118

A-Morhitft -,Y- B. Baeza lOflx

" Uyuyuy A-JVasques 118
I a n. a KftTWt 9. HldalzO 103

. 1 Penchita. A. Credidlo 97
. n.i u-l l-...a 'A Ft

. j Pan $400.00 Fool Cletei 1:15

SECOND RACI Of Tiie ww""
, 1-Lyrlcal R. Vasquea 113
v 2 Dofla Beatrta R. Cristian 113
i wnn. uit.r 3. fVineora, 108

. 4 D. Club A. Credidlo 103x
J 5-Fontainebleu B- Aguirre 112
- a-Rpagirico A. Reyes R. 102x

Ird Race T Native. If
Parte $275.00 Feel Clem 1:45
. ANt TWO
- pai41i1 A. Reyes R. 97x

, 3-Liborla F. Godoy in
' a Folletito A Gonzales 100
a ihvMt. n Preacott 115

- tu Tao Lady O. Miranda 115x
i c-Redondita J. Cadogan 100
- 'ml. a... "n M.tlvM M 7 Fat
Pane SSOO.OO mI Closes 2:20
1 Dr. Bill
J, G6ngora 113
A. Valdivia 113
C. Ielesias 108
FrtFri
4r-Rablblanco
-Jka ..
B. Baeza 112x
O. da Leon 99x
V. Castillo 118
lfh Raca 6" Imawrtad T t.
Pimm $450.00 MCI"" 2:55
i vivo w F. Godoy 115
UyfoonSetmr B. Baeba lWx

: wt-m n V&sauei 113

; a ruinnir ftnv O. d Le6n 105x

5 Escorial A. "Reyes R. H2x
, 6-Panlcns V A. Vasqaea 113
-7 Hurling Park B. Aguirre 115
Oh Race "M-2 Imporlei 7 Fft.
Pane $400.00 1 Clctat S:J5
FIRST RACI Or TnS bwuvue
1 Arpesio
J. Jimenez 107x
2 Supersun
3 Copar
4 Ciprodal ;
5 Amat
6 (Must Be
7 CPanzaretta
B. Baeza 102x
3. Cadogan 110
G. Sanchev 110
O. de L6n 105x
R. Gamero 108
' J, Baeza 110

7th Race "H-l" Impwtt 'A Fft.
Pan $400.00 Peel CleMt 4:05
SECOND RACI OF THI DOUBLE
1 Irish Profit F. Hidalgo 113
" 3 Valley Stat B. Baeza 105x
. 3 Reflector i 113
4 White Apron B. Aguirre 116
S-Kncachada V. Castillo 113
1 S Florer v O. de Leon 112x
r. 7--Fellac v R. vasquea 113
; a-M. Moonllte R. Cristian 113
' 8ti Rea "H-r ImeertW 7 Fit.
Parte $400.00 Peel Cletet 4:40
QQINIELA
- vlLanero J. Jimenez 115x
a Two Colors F. Hidalgo 115
, S Bright Blade B. Baeza 107x
' 4 Proud Pearl R, Gamero 113
B Single Slipper a Chants 115
' 6 Little Fool B.. Aguirre 115
7 Ponton ,J. G6ngoral08

9tk Raca "Laaar Dn Hcae 1 Milt
Pane $500.00 Peel Clem 5:15
ONI -TWO
" iJLXhW A. VtoBM 118
'. 1 Postlnovich A, Credidio lOOx
nrtmrn 9. rHst.iOTi 11
4 Ornamental S. B. Baeza llOx

1 : 5 Febrero u R. uamerp us
' nIJon, Claw F. Hldaleo 108

. s 1 7After Me O. de Leon 107x

SL-fOnulenta C. Ruiz 115
; ftdguazu k A. Reyes R.107X
10ik laca "-C"' ImearteJ 7 Fat.
Pan $750.00 Peel Clews 5:40
1 Blakemere G, Sanchez 110
f Tony A. Credidio lllx
1 CachRfaz R. Vasquez 110
" 4 Persiflage A. Vasques 120
S Barge Royal R. Cristian 112
1 itfc Race l" Imeeited 7 Fgt
: Pan 4375.00 Paal CIomi......
1J. Fiddling A. Reyes R. 101
3-D. Duchess
A. V&saues 110
8 Y. Prince
4 nngat
5 Distingo
a Batatazo
G. Sanchez, 112
R. Cristian 115
B.. Baeza. 100s
A. Credidio 107x
f (1J IH At-
. Pum MUU UU. m PAAI LlnMl
1 1 Greco ; r ir A Vasquez 118
2 Salustlo A. Credidio I02x
' $ Royal stream J. Gdngora 115
4 Guayaquil A. Reyes R. 102x

Malaga y B. Aguirre lis

Pest, also homered m.Satv'r
day's win over the Cubs. Ho Is
tied with teammate Ray Jablon Jablon-ski
ski Jablon-ski for the National League load
with 13 run batted In.

Wallv had plenty of assistance
frnm hi hard-hittuiB' teammates.
catcher Ed Bailey homering for
the decisive run in the eighth in inning,
ning, inning, of the opener and rookie
Frank Rocco, blasting a. tremen tremendous
dous tremendous homer against a light tower
in right center field in the second
Keller pitcner Busier creemau
received credit for his first win
i th niwnw Whil Art. Fowler
went the route for his. first victo
ry in the jughtcap. The Cubs now
nave curoppea uve siram ami m
in tne mju ceuar.
nre of anfUJiaway nlm nlm-liar
liar nlm-liar to last year diminished,
meanwhile, when the Pittsburgh
Pirates aurprited the -World
Champion Brooklyn Podgers by
sweeping a doubleheader, -( 70-1
.and 114. Catcher Jack Shopard
droVo In five runs with two hem hem-ors
ors hem-ors and Bob Friend pitched a
six-hitter for hit acond win' hi
the first gamo. In the second
game, Frank Thomas and pitch
er Vern Law homered tot leaa
Pitttburgh's IWiit attack ,v:v,
Th sotharVi inanned ; a Brook
lyn five-game winnmg streak and
inula h DnHpftm' aeason record
7-4. They didn't lose their fourth
game last year until may ju uy
which time they had, woa 22
gamoa-.:t.-i j-.- .- y t t-n.mAi.
n.mAi. t-n.mAi. Wftmiint- 23-veaf aid
vinliii mvht.hanriar who laid
during spring training he might
not pitch this year, hurled a one-
hittitr tn Dive m new iihv ui-
ants an 8-1 triumph after the Phil Phil-.j.inhu
.j.inhu Phil-.j.inhu Phiiiifl won the onener.
5-4, on pitcher Jack MeyerV 10th-
innlng nomer. moniant jriciu6uf
t. nl Tnnl. in tha first in-
the rest of the way, striking out
nine Phillies. ?
' In the American League. H
Cleveland Indians split, their
doubleheader with the DaJ
Tigers and the Baltimore Orioles
divided with t h Wsshlngtwi
aafflislivs i. e.
- av. vim u victorv in
mil lULUC ,.a 7
their opener -despite t brilliant,
13-StmeoUl, xnree-u
by Herb score, uuiy nwu.
ed nine hits but pitched out of sev-
wrr hi rt same
It was the second 1-0 loss ot we
year iur
n.,t si hatters and yielded only
m kit. in inninca mis K
Vie weti ano i omira nu ,w
tiomors each In the nigmeap eno
Bob temon pitched steady sev.
li. k.H 4. Umm tha Tloer's,
M. It was Lemon's second win
Mmnlitt flimit ne
tiria iav mw-r- r
ib umu last vear but
pitched only five complete eon-
r.:n. Bill. r.orHnr .and
the onoies wen e- uv"
we v .. inning
DICK 10MU"W -
.rwr- vnric t bos-
ton and Kansss mj
the A.L. were raweu
vetTtsniVS STAR Wei
W Pott, who. Wt four homers
nd drove in eight runs to lead
the Redlegs to two victories over
the Cubs.-'-'1 i-y:,
Juan
By LOTS ROMER
i3ei; Beatrix: VJffSi
V'wWBill
mmh Ream

Franco .Tips

" 'ArpegM

$ Superson
7FeIlac
SLlttle Fool
Irish Prof
Two Colors
Opulento e)
Tony
19 Cachafas
'Young Prince
11 Tlngat
11 xinsat "b.ii.VI
12 Royal Stream Salustlo
PRON0ST1COS HIPIC0S DE
U REVISTA "18"
1 Cktatalti
2 Fentaiaaklte
3 Takeaway
4 Ribiblanco
5 EtcerUI
6 Arpecie 1
7Whit Aaron
. 8 Twa Celen
9- Kin
10 Blaktmere
1 1 Yeeag Prince
12 Reyal Stream
- Mechlte
Money Maker
, Liberie
Dr. Si"
in SeaM
Ciaredal
Mayo Meenlite
. Ponto
Opulente (e)
' laree Peyal
Tinflat
-' Milepa
Additional, Sports
On Page 9 ;

PRESIDENT CLASSIC FIELD BUNCHED Pictur abov
.-. .n. ... -rw,'. wii .'r.r tn raih.and

Melendez and Salero. Polemon
Wall, fifth Rosier, sixth Kadir,
At Juan
Tntarnttnna1'?.ahnr- DaV. m
-nS'
tinnsl knlirliv in Panama. Will be
observed at Juan Franco with the1
running of a $500 one milo' handi
cap for uass "a imporwa
bughbreds tomorrow afternoon.
Vrnanaotiva miltunls phoiCet ire
King, Cartillero and the Opulento-
Iguazu entry., Also scneuuiea w
Anniii in tha' feature .are Postl-
novich, Ornamental Star, Febre-
m U, Lion's Claw and After -ne.
nloa. that after Ornamental Star,
Febrero 11 and Lion's uaw novo
raced themselves 1 t e- the
ground, King, CartiUere and.O and.O-polento
polento and.O-polento will move op to fight it
out to the wire in a three-sided
iiw. n.nr t Tofad a ffOOd
t an niMat winner. Fos-
vunuvv w iv I
tinovich is another that could get
up at juicy odds.
The seconaary anracuou. w 4
seven-furlong sprint for- Classes
"B" and '(?' imports. Blake-
ir- r.hfoi Parsiuaffe
anri Bare Royal -will 1 match
strides as they dispute a $750
.... Tmn haat this tame bunch
MUM. wu w
on Saturday, with, Blakemere dis disappointing
appointing disappointing as the mutuels fv0.nte
Nine otner races are
theprogram. ;-- : v
a esteraay we ohi
no's Oassy ChUeaa colt Pole Polemon
mon Polemon took advanUge of a. 14
pound pull in the weights and
raced to a length and one-half
victory ia the $l,050 President
of the RepnbHe Classic over one
mile and five-eighths. Mossadeq
was second, five lengths ahead
of Globe Trotter. Town's Wall
.i i f Ak nlaMk mmcv..j
; Dni.mnn a forward factor. nOl
to the front midway down i n e
backstretch the second time a-
a h.. haiii nff Mossadea's se-
-inn. rhailantt in the final two
furlongs. He receivea a. spwnu;u
ride from Hector uus. rojsinw
;a e in t- in to in. Mossaaeo
returned $3.M and $2.40 Und Globe
Trotter $220. The .; roiemon-mos
sadeq one-two paid -20.80 : rf;
- The dividends: !,;
V'..
h:'-.? FIRST RACE
SF.COND RCE
1-lTJon Pastor $3.40. 82C ai
lDon Brigllo $6.40 ; y-;i
tJTrillv Bar-$2.50. 220. 3-20 ;
2 Tanara $260. 2 60 ,-t
3 Marcelita $3 80
. One-Two: $5.40 - 1
, FOURTH' RACE
1- Emrreida $3, 12CT
2 Dona Barbva $20 ;
FIFTH RACE
fT)estello.80.220 '
2 A'gyla 2-M
iBlu romot $6 80. 3.20V 4.60
Danlelo $3 80, 5 80 u .
3 Love's OWi 58 80 '.
SEVENTH RAvC
1 Frlr! S4.80. 2 60. 2 40 1
2 Maria Btuardo $2.80,"; 2,40
3 Andes $4.80 t
Second mnnie: si J.ao
EIGHTH RCE '
1 Wlnsaba $27.80 3 80,- 2.60 ;
2 Que Undo $2 40, 2.20
3jRegia $2.60 1 :
yu'nieia: si3.o
NINTH RACE
1 Polemon $3.40, 3.40. 2.40
9 MrvwartMi t? BO. 2 40
3Globe Trott-r $220
. , one-two- iv.Av r
... TENTH RACE ;
1 Comatose $3 20 2.26

Handicap

lSinn Feiner $11, 12, 8 80 ;;
-Carraway $4, 3.80 v r i A;
aCopadora $11.20
cpntKin .RS.CK ..

won the rich $15,000 addedone mile and five-eights raca
seventh Melendez and last' Salero. , ;

; ;','"', :

Tops Race Program

" c -a'
franco.

Ilafional Lesgue
Teams
W
4 4
.7
.5
. 5
Pet'
.667
.630 1
.625
00
.455
.455,
.455
J00
GB
Milwaukee
Mi
Brooklyn .
St. Louis
Cincinnati .
lVa
2
2
2"
3Vi
New York.
5
Philadelphia. 5'
Pittsburgh . 5
Chicago
; TODAY'S GAMES
St. Louis at Milwaukee
Only game scheduled, u
' YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Pittsburgh 001 005 040 10 14 ,0
BrooRlyn ooo uuu iuu k o
Friena -w ana anepaiu.
nra.rfnla 11.11 WluhM KOU-
fax, Darnell- and Campanella.
Second Gam V
DlttohiirirH 940 lflP 40O11 16
A O - tr
Brooklyn r uoi au uu a
Law, King ti-u) ana onepuru.
ta. n.n. Lehman. Roebuck,
Lablne and campanella.
Kirsi came
phlladeL r 001 2C0 001 1 5 ; 9
u vnrk.inn ioo mi u
Roeovln. Meyer ti-u). ana aem
inick.
Gomes! VWllhelm.
(0-1) and
westrumv. ; ,: ;;
Second Game ?"
phlladelpnu ioo uuu uuu i i
New Yora sii um jm-,"
, ciMMim rn.m tji PetrL Ne
gray. Miller and Lonnett.
Monzant u-u ana n.a.
First Game ..!.
Chicago on ou mu- o j
''Cincinnati-000 202 01x5 6 1
Rush,- Lown lo-it ana uiuui.
NuxhalL Freeman (1-0) and
.Balley. - -.
rtiinaun;; 000 021 010 4 ll1
Cincinnati 004 300 10x 8 12 t
Jones (l-2)r Brosniui ... v
tine, Briggs and Landrlth.
2 Albatross $2 20
' ELt.Vn.VIH K.ILb
1 Petite $10,4 00
2 La Enea' $4 60.
PANAMA
e. 7

show yesterday's 'President Classic field taking the Jast
Clobe Trotter.. Close behind the leader 8tartinfffrom rail)

: ; ;;

Tomorrow

Americen iesgii
Teams
" W
... 5
8
...
. 7
. 4
. 4
Pet
7.833
.727
i45
38
.444
.400
GB
Chicago
ew yorx i
Cleveland .
washineton- 1
2
3'
Boston
Detroit .
Kansas City ..
Baltimore
3
4
.333
4
.308, .5,
TODAY'S GAMES
Open Date -.
i
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
First Game "
Cleveland 000 000 ooo o-o
Detroit 000 000 000 1 I
Score (1-2) and Hegan.
,Hoeft (1-0) and Streuli.
0 Second Game
Cleveland 301 031 ooo
Detroit ; 000 000 0314
. Black (1-1), Miller,. .Trucks,
Foytack, Maas and House.
1 First Game
'
0 Baltimore 000 210 4018 ,19
Washington 000 203 001 0 H

Moore (1-2), Ferraress, Zuver-

ink and Smith
$ Stobbs, 'v'drob -'.(f-lj Chakales,
CJevenger, Stewart. an4 Berberet.
?M)ndGame '
Baltimore 0121000004".
Washington 200 100 1015

80

8"0

Wilson. Zuverink (O-i) and

Smith.

Welsler. Chakales -(1-0) rand

Berberet
Kansas Clty'av Chicago (2)
(Postponed Rain) (

' IW WJ."M "J .J
rPoitDoned Cold and Wet

grounds). 1
-Fowler (1-1) end Bailey.-
St, Louis at Mliwauke (2)
postponi Knrni
AMERICAN
:jc2
rwrs roi m c I 7n i : 'i

by .one and one-half lengths
. .U

.VDox'Score -;
, (First Game)
Ab R H Fe
a n W
Plttsburch
Roberts 2b 4
Skinner rf 5. .... 3
15
2 0
1.1
2.8
Clements cf ..... 1
Long lb ......... 3
Thomas U .....W.
Ward 3b 2
0
.1
1
2
2
2"
.1
2
Or
0
3
1
7
1
Groat ...;.. 2
Walls cf-rl, t
Cole,ss-3b 5
SheDard c $
Friend p ,5
Totals'
38 10 14 27
.t?-" Xtrpoklyn
Gilliam If I."
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
.Reese ss
Snider cf
b-Jackson ........
iClmoli cf
. .Camnanella c 2
Hodges lb
Robinson 3b 3
Furillo rf 3
Neal 2b 3
nrvsdale ...i.'. P l
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
Huiihes p. .,... 0
a-Amors I
Darnell p
0 0 0
Totals A
28 1 8 27 J5
..lined Into double-play.
for
Hughes in 7tt '-
b-Roiiea oui ior sauiur m o"
I Pittsburgh

001 005 040-.10

Brooklyn
000 000 100-
cttajtmapv, -IvFrmrs' Gilliam
M U4Uiu(Hv m. 1

lard 5, Robfiison(Clcmehte,sc&r
an nn nilliam'f error in 8tn.)

iruuihiai- i.nn Trlnles: Ward
Home nins; siiepard 2, Robinson

- Ktoien- oases: uruv. dmuhw.

Roberts, Clemente, urysaaie.

oacriflce fir. Long- Doumepiaya

"?J.S- rr VVn"vMl 1-T Ruii

erts-lnR3,Rdbert-Long.Left
hBjc" pitkhnrrh 8. Brooklyn' 5

TtBKa. nn hnllsN Friend 4. Drysr

dale 1, Hughei l.:StrikeouU
Hits on: orj-soa.e o iu o
Hugh-a 2 ina, 1-3, Koufax 5

lo. narnpll in 1 1-3. Runs ana

earned runs: Friena w. up
date 5-5, Hughes M, Koufax 4
Wild pi ten: orysaaie. jiiv ixin-ci
Drysdale, ;Thoma3.- Passed ball
Campanella; WP: Friend (2-1)
LP: Drysdale (1-1).
Rc!krdrc:c
To Clcss
For Rcprirs ;
The Balboa Rollerdrome will
be closed beginn:nt; tomorrow
for approximately two weeks
while repairs are done to the
roof and skating floor.
The date of reopening wU
be announced later. V
Today Encanto -35J20
i In pinemaScopel
. R, Mllland 3. Collins, In
"Girl in the Red Velvet Swing Swing-Plus:
Plus: Swing-Plus: Claude Rains, in
"THE PARIS EXPRESS"
i i i I i i in
Today IDEAL 20c.
V At 0-00 p.m.
LOS MONARCAS DEL AIRE
On the Screen:
"KAZAN"
' "YANKEE IN KOREA"

turn the first time around with the horses closely bunched. '. r
are Kadlr, Rosier, Podemon and Mossadeq. In the rear are

over Mossadeq, tr
; 1 1
P'; -CdScorc
(Second dame);,
A Ph'ladelphia Ab R H Po
-U. U... .a 4B) A
5 Ashburncf S
3
Oamner ss ........ 4
OiCorbous rf ....... 4
1 Ennis If .......... 4
10
3 0
1
4 0
7 0
4 0
7 1
0 1
0.1
0! Jones 3b ....... w 4
.iLopata lb 2'
2'Lonnett 2
0 Kazanskl 2a . . 3
1 Simmons n 0
O.Lo Petri p 1
l a-Westlake ....... 1
Keerav n ......i.O
00
0 C
0
0
;2 b-Blaylock ....... 0
.Miller n ......... 0
Totals-
, x 28 I '124
New Y9tk
0
0 Lockman If S
0 Dark ss 4
0 Mueller rf 5
1 Mays cf ...v.. 5
7 Spencer 2b 4
0 Castleman 3o .... 4
2 Harris lb 2
2 Katt e 4
0 Monzant p ....... 4
0 .
1I
1 2
0 6
0 11
0 0
0 : Totals . 37
8 10 27
a-Struck out for Lo Petri
5th.

b-Reaehea 1st base for Negray

in 8th.. 5
Philadelphia
100 000 000
- 311 000 21x
New York
1

. : SUMMARY Errors: .Harris,
nimnnr T.fmnt.a. Jones. RBl'S:

Ennis, spencer 3, Castleman 2,
Dark, Mays (Lockman scored on
Jones error in 8th). Doubles:

Castleman. KRtt.v Darit. Home

runs: Mays. Double plays:-Dark-
On.ncur.HBfrU- Ijift On- bSSC

f

Philadelphia 5. Bases on balls,
. ...... t. 1 Ifnn.Q rvf C tTifs

on: Simmons in a- minims, i-.nuwrun, j uiLi-tfj ......:

LO Fein 3 I" V-J umiiiBs;

and

on earned nins: Simmons w.
Petri "2-2, Negray 2-1, M'Uer 1

Monsant 1-0. UK by piwn: Har Harris
ris Harris by Lo Petri, passed ball: Lon Lon-nett
nett Lon-nett WP: Monzant (1-0). LP
Simmons (0-2).

in
q o a o am
- 3.

at LAMACAREISX

i TUESDAY
' May 1st -I
t 4:15

mm

t : v .... s
. MATADORS

J

Manuel Del P020 IRayito), flianac! CaSrtfcs.,'Jl,.z;-:I

NaYarrito, Gabriel
. Sn4 an Jr Row
Xhltttrcn
lit Row
a

Lenders!?.
In Tlis Kijcrs

A
A

LEADING BATTERS' ;
(Based on 25 official at bate) F
AMERICAN LEAGUE f
Player and rinh ah r h art

Wertz. Cleveland 11 aft o n tt

Mantle, N.Y. 11 41 10' 1X'.415

Skowron, N.Y,' 11,44 v 7 18 ,.403
Olson. .Wa.sh IS: 4T in

0 Piersall, Boston 8- 30 7 12 .400

NATIONAL LEAGUE
' ? '.'; ..? 'f WT 7 i'. .-
Boyer,' St. Louis 8 30 8 1!
Sarnl, St Louis 7 28' 4 l
Lone. Pittsburgh IT 4S n
8

13. .500.

12 A?9
!8 .419
12 A 9
16 .364'

Moon. St.' Louis 8 30 7
0 Dark, N.Y. 11 44 5
0
0
0
0,
0
- HOME RUNS
Post, Redlegs .... ... .... 7
s
Wertz, Indians ;
'Jablonskl, Redlegs ......
Thomas, pirates
Berra, Yankees
. Mantle, Yankees
i:Y'f. V..J''i7.r ,a i
- RUNS BATTED IN h
Mantle, Yankees ..... .t
Berra, Yankees ......'.
'Post,-, Redle?? i . v. ; , : .-.'
Jablonskl, Redlegs
6
In
rl
8
wenz, moians
. RUNS
Yost, Senator ......,.
Gilliam, Dcrisers
Bauer, Yankees
Olson, Senators
f .Mantle, Yankees
... v nns
' Olson, Senators
19
Long, nraws
. wcui, muncci .,....,
Manue, xaniccca
Lo
- 0.
' PITCHING
Roberts, Phillies
Plerce.,White Sox ...
a

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Sha4nl-Unshd4
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4
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BRED FOR IT Petwiv, Con McCreary up, waa bred i via
the Run for the Rosea. Hit tire baited the riU$ti Derby.

by :
JOE WILLIAMS

" PUTTING ONE LITTLE WORD' after another and whatever
became of their Serene Highnesses? euU,-no ont can ay w
Monaco baddies don't have a sentimental itde;- at least tney
seem to have let Grace get away with her wedding hoop. There
are two leasons why you can expect Rocky Marciano to IlgM
again: (1 assurance ol a lat take, (2). Determination to toje toje-atall
atall toje-atall any possible criticism that he Is running out on a wortn wortn-whlle
whlle wortn-whlle challenger. Edwin flawley Dyer's lovely dotter, GeraJdine,
is getting married In Houston, You may remember Ed a plain
Edale when he managed the Cards., Beat the Red Sox In tha
,'46 World Bcries, too. , '..

. Kddie Donley, All-America Q3. in the cooniWtt Cooi ir,
1$ running or Congress in Westchester 26th district on the
Republican ticket. Currently, Yankee Doodle Dooley mayor
of the villane o) Mamaroneck where five times in as many years

he's reduced taxes., wnai oia me man mujur m j .v-...,
anvwtyt When is a long ball game toa longt Last Saturday U

took the Yanks-Rea sox tnree noun m mmvies to vv 071
n,tw them then h mi n hit (seven homers), scored

14 runs and v$ed 10 pitchers in near-freezing temperature. Our
guest, the youngest 0 the Wms. heirs, aged It going on IS, re refused
fused refused to hive until home plate had. been, locked up for the

night. To Mm a whale of. a game,,. ana nes no stranger w yw yw-league
league yw-league oalk, :;'.. ; i ;; i'
" -'V:, 'i;'W:S.1VC;Vv'':';' A:
BETWEEN CASEY STENGEL, the manager, and Jim Turner,
the pitching coach, It won't be long before they make Bob Tur Tur-ley
ley Tur-ley into another Tommy Byrne, circa '49. : Turleys lessenttaUy a
fire-ballery yet Turner got him fiddling around with fancy
embroidery work and Stengel Ufta him at the first sign of wit witness,
ness, witness, yited him. the other day, even though the Yanks led by
lix runs and eventually almost -blew -the ball game. It tart the
absence of T. Williams' bat that'a hurting the Red 8ox; lta the

presence of the pitchers tney are trying w win w ;

o

Did ihe'localloromoierof theMlirlXanO'SockltCtight slip

Al Weiu tlO.C ) under trie taoie last sprwgr An v.

the sj ie of Caiijarnia raises the point, it was common nira-
Tit. c.i Frnnrturn ihni W fill had a t)iSC Of the VTOmOllOn,

further, thai he had assurance the fight wouldn't be stopped
it the champion's hemstitched nose dthit was to be its jmt
iest came apart. Raising point and, making it stick are two
different things. Not that such furtive transactions are utterly
unknown to the rine. And, of course, in such instances the two
fighters get their share unfailingly and so does Uncle Sam...
end the next time you ship lq the Antarctic with Adm Byrd
'be sure to take your swim suit and plenty of sun-tan lotion.
' FROM AtL ACCOUNTS the first application of the revised
Ipul rule in tan York racing was well received. Head Man was
moved from second to first In place of Golf Ace when the latter
was proved guilty of interference during the stretch run in we
Wood. Under the old rule, the -offender would arbitrarily have
been placed last, fiince it was IVs lengths back to the third
Jorse, it would have been an obvious injustice- to annul the place
nd show bets on Golf Ace who, foul or no foul, couldnt have
missed finishing second at worst, .

J Indeed, Col. rothergill fetlock 3rd, who represents me at
th4 track whn I am performing parental chores in ball parks,
insists that Co? Ace would have been an easy winner if he had
itt it itmirikt rtoin instead nt bearina eut and carrvtnt Head

Man wide, it is also the colonel's judgment that you can forget
Bead Han as a strips Derby threat. Owners of Golf Ace didn't

win enovgn ci mm even 10 m&9 mm ur

; julep classtc, .r'; 'V

T E2AD MAN K CVvKED by C. V. (Sonny Boy) Whitney, as
ire. Career I y (tr- v? in Kentucky) and Born Mighty, who
Was a fast clow 3 Uitd in, the Chesapeake, whlph, like the Wood,

1 also presented as a Derby test, fiorn ivugnxy came irom eigmu
in th. afrptch tn miu winninc bv little more than two lengths.

Apparently he didn't beat much and carried only 114 pounds
(Derby weight Is 126), but he was a running horse at the fin finish,
ish, finish, and that'a the kind that win Derbies. The Chesapeake was

won by a thing called Frosty Mr. ana paia suo. r cwo ucu.

e wasn't named lor tne uemy, eimer. xwo ou ana ia m
twere sold on. him; Quldrooling. : r jfv : i

Pensive Was
Early Jones
Derby Pick

EDITOR'S NOTE: Ben A.
Jones It evt te win his seventh
Kentucky Derby, May S. In this,
the third ef six exdutive dispat dispatches,
ches, dispatches, America's f reatett trainer
tells about the ether six victories
for NEA Service and The Pane
ma-American, t. j
V" By BEN aJ jONII
; -' (Qalumet Farm Trainer
LOUISVILIJS NEA) I first

saw Pensive as a yearling.

r naa gone to calumet arm in

1942 to meet the late Warren

Wright and with him look over
the crop of yearlings.
Mr. Wright purchased Penicuik
IT, a daughter of fiuchsa, in Eng England
land England while she was carrying a foal
by Hyperion. 1
The mare had to be brought rto
the United States by a circuitous
route because of wartime dangers
of ocean travel At Calumet Farm
in the spring of 1941. Penicuik II

dropped a chestnut colV

This was one of the first" year yearlings
lings yearlings to attract me on that,tripl to

the arm ut 1942. . i vy,: ;

Later, after' this' colt" to be
named Pensive was given' his

first, training lessons, I told my

son ana oiners conneciea wim

Calumet that if we were aver to

win the Kentucky Derby again,

this was the colt with which we

were going to accomplish it.

Pensive made my prophecy

stand up. May a. ism.

He was bred to be a Derby
winner, being a son of an English
Derby winner and bred right on

his dam's side; ,

One of Pensive s pre Derby

preps proved very aiKOuraging
to many who held the same hope

lor him at Churciuii uowns as

did. That was in the Chesapeake

Stakes, in which he. was beaten a

nose by Grsmps Image. .

It was far from : discouraging

to me, however, for no one bat

myself realized now good a race

Pensive had run. '

I instructed my Jockey to keep

Pensive far off the rau through

out He followed instructions to the
letter, while the winner saved
ground all the way, yet wal barely
able to stave off Pensive'a wonder
ful finish.

I knew I bad a real Kentucky

Derby horse for the next weekend.

NIXT: Citation aave Tndlca Tndlca-tlena
tlena Tndlca-tlena of Ms ultimata, araatnest
van as a yeuna foal.

(NEA Telenhotoi V

YANKEE SOOKII TIES RECORD Jerry Snyder (6) of the Washington" senators is out at
second on a double play in th eighth inning as New, York Yankee rookie shortstop Jerry v
lump fjres the ball to first during a game played in New York. Lumpe took part in five'
double, plays to tie a Major League record. .. -, -..

internal
Doesn't

lonai uoKina u mo riant

D raw Even In Courtroom

BY HARRY GRAYSON.;

-Sylvester J, Ryan hasn't" too
much hair on his. head, which is
quite 'natural whenyou look into

his background.

The jurist has waded through a

flood of complicated cases. In

cluding the mammoth DuPont

Imperial Chemical Industries anti-trust
suit of a few years back.
But, previous actions, regard regardless
less regardless of their importance, no doubt

will pale in Judge Kyan s memo memory
ry memory when he has finished his pre present
sent present assignment ruling on the

mvenimentV anti-trust Suit

gainst the International, Boxing
Club and its affiliates.

Hearings in the momentous Suit

against the iBU-taae piace aaiiy

in room 1501 of the Federal
Cout House in lower Manhattan.
Yon can tell it has something to

do with the beack busting busi business
ness business the minute you enter the
courtroom. The spectators pews
are sparsely settled. It's like Ma

dison Square : Garden on nght
night. There era more clerks

than people, which- Is reimndf ui
of the batch Of commission ins inspectors
pectors inspectors assigned, to every, fight

EVEN JACOBS BfACH, the

rspidly disappearing fight row,!

seems 'disinterested, a tew 01 uiei
old standbys are on hand, how

ever, and Zunk Serlin, one-time
assistant matchmaker at the Get

ty the govern- guarantees that bouts, will atari, augurate
H v t ; 1 at a certain inL usually 10 p.aM State, the
government got Eastern Standard Time:. If leld.oe run in

'denyifer fhe 'way

ment is jesaing;

inis aia ine

prosecutrng," said Zunk. 'He

must oe the smartest thing to

come down the street in years.
I never seen him at a fight in

my life. Yet he is standing there
with his bands in his pockets

use a wise guy ana celling this
judge the whole boxing business'.
Anybody who can explain the
boxing business has got to be a
genius." : -1

Master Your-Game . No. 13
Putt From Between Feet i

By JACKIE BURKE
- Master of the Masters
Written for NBA Service
REGARDLESS of how far apart

the feet are in putting, the ball

must do played midway between

them.

It should not be played in front

of the left foot, off the left heel, or

any spot where you must "go after"

the oau.

The weight is equally balanced

on the feet

The arms are loose, held away
from the body.

The dubhead is swung and I
mean swung away from the baU
as close to the ground as possible

with tne snouiaers.

It is returned in orociselv the

same manner with the shoulders.
Ignore the wrists.
Ignore the follow through. Most
of today's great putters notably
Lloyd Mangrum and Bobby Locke,
both of whom stroke the putt with

ANOTHER BOOK

f The kid is Lewrence Gochberg.
sn assistant United States Attor Attorney.
ney. Attorney. In the United ? States District
Court,, a top judge and batteries
of lawyers concern themselves,
smong other things, whith ti

697 loan to Bob Satterfield, whose

specially is getting knocked out.
It's a, frightful waste- of legal
time and telet.,-..,;..-.u';.:;....,
QUITE A POINT 1.

the starting timei nt t.i.

fights. J'Mr. GibannV Uiwlnn

Gochbar noted. .,"said- tha IBC touch in the country.

on-the coast, they start at 7 p.m.

Pacific Coast Time, in order to
reach New York at 10. This prov proves
es proves the government's contention."
Gochberg didn't say what con contention,
tention, contention, but .Zunk Sertin was right
on fop of it
"He don't say. nothing. about
the fight Left? Remini'i 1 kid

had," Zunk recalled. "It is an
eight-round semi-final and Lefty's
kid is coming on strong after get getting
ting getting a shellacking the first four.
If the fight goes eight, Lefty's
kid wins, it
."But it is spilling over into te television
levision television time, so they cut the
fight to six rounds and Lefty's
kid loses. Does the attorney
know about that?" ;
Jim Norris shelled out $45r,642
in interest free loans in four
years to fighters' and managers.
That's the only concrete' thing

to come 0"t of the hearings 'so
far Big Jim Norris is tha softest

Tiiuana. Mex. (NEA) The

Caliente Future Book will in-

one on The Garden
world's richest race, to

Camden, N.; J., Oct, 17

their shoulders do so with little

or no follow through, either inten

tional or unintentional.
. Many top putters, today's and
yesterday's, harp on the follow
through in teaching, yet don't fol follow
low follow through themselves.'
Obviously, once the clubhesd
has made contact with tha ball,
whether it was stroked or jabbed,
the putt is on its way.
There is nothing a Mow
through can do to help U.
NEXTi In fha "009 run, dlstanco
Is more Important than direction
m putting.

Si
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MAY 1st:

: LOYALTY DAY
LOYALTY
. MEANS'
LIBERTY .'
':" '"J v'.' -;.'-':. ',v,J i.,
General Paint (orporsllch
" PANAMA ''

A A. Don't get the idea everyone was glad to see Leo Durocher

go. txcervts pom some isners oy memoers oj nwimj c c-if
if c-if An j. tt rkin: Ymikers Whv don't tou mint the facts. Own

4r Stoneham fired Durocher because he could get BUl Rlgnev
twice as cheap.. Wendell Haas, Manhattan; "Rigney must
be a nice guy and as a Giant fan, J am happy over his fine press
relations, but damn it. let him first produce on the field, as good
tor htttar fhnn liurochtr. hefort OiVino him the bie build-UV."

At..Mary Straus, tyinr: "Part of Leo's 'crime' seems to be that
he is vovfi'ar with Hollywood celebrities. Where is Mr. Stoneham

C 'big shot' bes-ies lou.f saloon?"

' r.y.7kn YATTA YCZT LfS. N. 'J.: 1 a?ree Durocher is

st onlv with a hot hand: lacks "patience-with rookies and is

Bet a rraeon In r'"ral habits, but as manager he produced

Sie records say so. til bet that Klgney, with a better team, wonf
ake third place, and may miss the first division..." These-are

just a if:, too. The Lip had something. ::and It wasn't Just a

OMf bitter, either.
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OFFICIAL LIST OF THE NATION AL LOTTERY OF, BENEFICENCE
-v. PANAMA. REPUBLIC. Or PANAMA
Complete Priie-wJnninj: Nombert in the Ordin ary Drawiaj No. 1938, Sunday, April 29, 1956
The whole ticket haa 44 placet divided hi two series "A" ts "B" of 23 pieces each

First Prize
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$ 44,000.00
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Signed by: ALBERTO ALEMAM. Ckvern"or .of the Province of Panama CW. 47-1J153
- The Representative of the Treasury RICARDO A. MELENDEZ f ;

Witnesses: Herein M. de Lldrente. C6d. No. 28-13583
Carlos Alberto Levy, Ced. No. 28-34281

JOSE GUnLERMO BATALLA
Notary Public. Panama

PABLO A. PINEL U
Secretarr

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DMi::S OF THE 3 STR1XB
. 1 Sunday, April 29, 1956
; T '", Drawing Number (39
, rractlen Ticket :
First Prie. . . . 70 $11.00 $220.00
Second Prize.. V.. 13 3.00 60.00
Third Prize. ...... 86 2.00 40.00

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tha of (Ira of the National Bmctlrral ltt7 .ituitrd oo (Antral A Tine.
Plan of Ordinary Drawing No. 1M which will take
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"Il fAe people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.

P MONDAY, APRIL 30, 1956

nrx cents

ATTEND MEETING -r Pour refugee Russian sailors who sought
asylum in the United States are shown leaving, after a confer
ence with immigration officials in Washington. Soviet Ambas Ambassador
sador Ambassador Georgi N. Zaroubln attended the meeting as "an ob--server."
An immigration official' called the closed-door; War-e
lna: "routine." The sailors were among the nine who came ta,
this country after National Chinese Jntercepttd their ship.
Left to right: Michael ivankoF-Nlkolov, Viktor fiolovyev. Victor
Tatamikov and Ben Ermenko. ... -

Dulles Urges Solohs To OK
Billions For Foreign Aid

WlfiTITMOTON. Anril -30 (UP)

.-Secretary of State John Foster

Dulles urged congress wway w
approve in full the administra administration's
tion's administration's $4.9 billion foreign aid
iv program, as "part; --of a .na"
tloiial insurance policy" against
the still "serious" ,threat of So-

nntio. mutt his nlea In testl

mony before the Senate Foreign
Relations Committee. His .ap .appearance
pearance .appearance signalled, the start. of

an administration caminugu w
persuade a dubious Congress to

approve the big foreign aid pro program,
gram, program, including a new provision
for long-term woftomic aid com

mitments."- -' V
, Dulles said Russia has chang changed
ed changed its tactics because the effect effectiveness
iveness effectiveness of this country's foreign
aid program and mutual secur security
ity security pacts had made it "unprof "unprofitable
itable "unprofitable for the Soviets to follow
their old policies." : ;
But Ki warned that rh comma-''
nitr "w lok" doei nor warrant
"our curtailing our mutual weari wearily
ly wearily program."
"Nothing has yet happened to
make it prudent to terminate or
curtail the present program," he
said.
"It would indeed be ironic If,
now that the Soviet has begun
glvins aid to its allies in terms
of billions, and offering econo economic
mic economic aid to free nations in terms
of hundreds of millions, the U U-nlted
nlted U-nlted States should withdraw

from that program which it. In

vented and let the Soviets take
over-that field," Dulles told the
Senate group.
Dulles, who recently advocat advocated
ed advocated broadening the North Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic Treaty Organization to some something
thing something more than a military pact
said he does not propose that
the NATO council be used to dis

tribute economic aid.
He said the Organization for
European Economic Cooperation
(OEEC) Is "available for expan expansion
sion expansion of ,.the NATO idea" and
would be more useful in econo economic
mic economic matters than the NATO
council because It contains some

countries such as Austria. Swlt

zerland and Sweden which are

not NATO members.

Transparent Hoax

CHICAGO, April 30 UP) A

group of chiropractors said to

day they will choose a "Miss

Correct posture" of 1956.

In the Interest of scientific

accuracy, however, the Judging

wui oe irom x-rays of the girls.

BALBOA TIDES
TUESDAY, MAY 1
HIGH LOW

7:53 a.m. 1:40 a.m.
1:00 p.m. ' :0S a.m.

WEDNESDAY, MAY 2
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Distrusts Egyptians

OyerUNCeasireAgreem

JERUSALEM, April 30 fUP) i tary-general' Dag Hammarskjold

An Israeli foreign office spokes spokesman
man spokesman expressed grave doubts to today
day today about Egypt's sincerity in

seeking a peaceful solution to

the Middle. East crisis.: 1

-The spokesman said two "ouH
rages'" committed yesterday byi

the Egyptians came less than

two weeks after the Egyptian's

solemn promise to U.N. secre

Cyprus Tension

Postpones British
Duchess Visit :.

LONDON. April 30 ( UP) --The

British Fereien Office has warned

the Duchess of Kent not to eo to

Greece, the "Empire News" said

yesterday,-'

It said the Duchess planned to

visit her mother, Princes Helen
of Greece, after visits to R o m e

and Malta in a few weeks.
The foreign office told the Duch

ess an insult to a member of the

British royal family, arising from
Anglo-Greek tension over Cyprus,

would "provoke a grave interna

tional situation," toe newspaper

said. .:::..,,

It added that the Duchess
agreed to postpone her visit.

has

to observe a ceasefire.

Hammarskjold was flying here
later today for talks with Pre

mier David Ben-Gurion and for

eign minister Moshe Sharett. He
was in Cairo this morning for

further-talks with Egyptian of
ficials. --.

Israel" already had cafiled to
Hammarskjold in Cairo, drawing
his attention to what it called

the1 "murderous Egyptian viola'

tions of the ceasefire" the kill-!

ing'of an Israeli soldier and a

settler in two separate incidents.

Israeli sources said the nation
considered the incidents the

first major violation of the
ceasefire agreement : .
The foreign .' office spokes spokesman,
man, spokesman, said it raised the' ques question
tion question "whether any reliance
whatsoever" can be placed on
Egyptian assurances to Ham Hammarskjold.
marskjold. Hammarskjold. ,,, ;';.. '"t'-"v.. V ;-'
sThe spokesman said one Inci Incident
dent Incident in which a soldier was kill killed
ed killed as Hammrskjold' and Egyp-

ritory "represents v deliberate

planning of an execution." -'
Cairo dispatches said Ham.
marskjold was near agreement
with Egypt on new Arab-Israel

peace measures despite the new

incidents. 1

An Israeli policeman was kill

ed as Hammerskjold and Egyp Egyptian
tian Egyptian foreign secretary Mahmoud

Fawzi met yesterday.

An Egyptian spokesman said

he Invaded the refugee-swollen

Gaza strip and fired on Pales-i

unian larmers. An Arab nation

al guardsman fired back In self
defense and killed him, the

Egyptian spokesman said.

Grandma Suspected

Of Bilking Detroit
VF17 Clngo Game
DETROIT. Arjril ai fTTm p

lice said today they are going to
resume questioning of 56-year-old
grandmother to see if she bilked
a Veterans of Foreign Wars bingo

game -ui 4 , ,. ; ...
They, said they questioned the

woman yesterday after taking herl

lnw cusioay wnen sue showed up
to cash her prize check. The VFW

game operators had checked her

winning bingo card and found the
number "23" had been stamped on
the card to make it a winner.
It was noted that xhortlv afW

that number was called, she had
upset her cards and a man heln-

ed her recover them. Police and
the game operators believe the

(An Israeli snokesman anld

Egyptian infiltrators penetrated'

israei ana oegan z hanestlng
crops In the Nahal Oa area. The
infiltrators abducted one Israeli

setuer, ne said.

(The Israeli ; spokesman said
an Israeli soldier was killed and
another wounded when a mili military
tary military vehicle struck an Egyptian
mine inside Israel.) 1 ;
-The new violence niDtnred the

uneasy calm which has prevail prevailed
ed prevailed over Gaza for ? two weeks,
since Hammarskjold got both
Israel and Egypt to agree to stop
shooting each other up. -It
was the worst incident and
the first fatality since that dateJ
- It cast a heavy cloud over
Hammarskjold's negolations. In Informed
formed Informed sources said todav the

Egyptians agree to withdraw

iorces 500 meters from the tense
border if Israel would do the

same. ;v::":;-r:- u.; :-v:

S!:!:d Fcr Itdsy

The annual Balboa High
School music concert will be held
in the lower gymnasium Thurs Thursday
day Thursday at 8 p.m.
Six different organizations will
participate; the e 1 e m entarv

band, women's chorus, orches

tra, mixed chorus, glee club and

me sympnonlc band.
The elementary .band Is com

posed .of bandsmen who lack the
playing facility to command a

position In the symphonic band
The women's chorus is-made
up primarily of 9th and 10th
grade girls who work at three,

rour and six-part music.

jnis year's orchestra made an

appearance recently in "Finian's

Rainbow? and on Thursday will

switch to tne classics for presen-j
tation of some heavier selections.!
The mixed chorus, whose last
appearance was In the Christmas

pageant, is comm-ised of all stu students
dents students who are interested in
singing; regardless of musical
qualifications.' r
( A select group of 40 singers,
selected throueh individual try-

out, form the elee club.

-Tne sympnonlc band this year

is largely maae up, or seniors.

Seating is limited, and those

wanting good seats are advised

to be early.

wu L. 4 aiijj
Three Spanish and one Co Colombian
lombian Colombian bullfighter will match

icir stun afamst four native
pure-bred bulls tomorrow aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon at La Macarena in the
first bullfifht In several weekv
Bobby Brown, a youn? Zon Zon-'an
'an Zon-'an who is studyinj the an.
cfcnt Spanish art, is schedo.ed
to make his debut as a member
Of th rU7 win : J a i

matadors. Brown will try his
band at sticking "bandtrillas

uuimr mt second phase of the
bullfights. 1.
Ticket, are be nS sold at Ho- -tel
EI Panama, and several
fitrifki. n 1 3 rmm In Dn nn .. 1.

. f. ... iiaiiia VIJ
Ducats also wft be available
t the bullring from early to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow. i

(Israel also rennrteH n tn.

sioh on the Jordan border.. Jor Jordanian
danian Jordanian Infiltrator oahntanaH

pair then sUmped on the "24" and! water weU In Lachlsh during thellts origin are lost in the mists
claimed a winner. .... nio-ht th r.nir.cm ..i k rrl 1UI IB Ule mlSM

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Reds To Teach

Traditional

Chinese Medicine

LONDON, April 30 '(UP)
Medical schools In Red China
will teach "traditional Chinese

medicine." Petnlnir Radio an

nounced today. v
Traditional medicine hv China
employes tiger teeth, shark fins,
lotus blossoms, beetle mandibles
and other animal and herbal
remedies.
It has been nracticed in nhi-

na for thousands of years, and

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