The Panama American

MISSING IMAGE

Material Information

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
normalized irregular

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
This item is presumed to be in the public domain. The University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries respect the intellectual property rights of others and do not claim any copyright interest in this item.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:02534

Related Items

Related Items:
Panama America

Full Text
'N
.
,
11: !!!,,,,,
.
og" ,,. 1
.,N,,o ,- ,' ; ,-,-,
. I
,
---..., .--..,
. .,'',,, A 'N '-
';',:7"--.-:.. CIILY 1.1";;SPIPEk ' ( 1
tr...; k..e.'''' ..,'...":: '''''' 4:0,441,"::,,I;).-1" t'ipil() .4.4,,HO
I 1 .. ,- ,,,-,:: f
.N. ....., 4,4
,..,-:.,,,.''. ,, .,,
, . 4
i f ) 0
' CA LI A D4I A' 11 1.7.'111Z:4;Y C7 11----' 1
-
.
-. k 4, '' ,, ,. ,A. A A .1. c.... ,- ,
t (
1. 1 '', t
' r .. ,t oft lk
t 1,.., r )
'1)
Ort ', r '.." 1
I ;; 't el ) I i I .., i t I 1 i t
,
-1 i 1 , 'I ) if I I .,, i i I 1 I I -. 4 il ,' f,,,,rn---- :
, ,
i
, , , 4,..) y , -, i , ,. 1, wt; ,,-;;,-.1
I ,.- ,
. t 4,
------ I .......,,,
: 1 .,1 fit ,, i -',,,, ,,,,.,,,, ...' ',,,,) ''', ,.....,, .J 14N) IP .,) '',,,,, L.," .1--.9) ., N.-v-' ) v t, 14 14
s, I .., ,,,.,..,,,,
,-
--
, I ., k 'r I , ,, 9 .. , , 0 tt'''' t""'Itakeet.,..),...w,,(')1".".t4 I 4't- ''''
. I
t ,
, I, Let the people know the truth and the coutary ls safe ,--rms Abrahanv incoln. -, I,
-,
- t 4, , - C
s 47.4.4,-1 t4 IVOtee ,,,v,,
- ,,, ,,
.N.4,6....,
g3rd TEAn .. - PANA.11A, R. F4 FRIDAY, APRIL :5, 1958 , , - : ; -, ,,,, -., ,, .. ., : -i - trivt rE,NTS
10021mommono,
ammonnommEnnoill
'... '''' -..-.' '..''' ''''' ' : ' ' I ' ono
.
. ,
,1 L--171 ir tr-
7 1 r I ,, , t 11
'''" O.
, t N
, 1 i
1 I )
' 1 i
1 4 1 r::::1 :
0
i 1) .
-k I I I 1 I t )
.
' ) ( i ( ) 1 1 1 ( ,,
1 ' ,e
.).,,:L0 LW .isi ' 1
,--I Id J .....1 -4 -: -., (C G- ,.:,
1 ', ,1 2 ,' ,,, '1
' I
,,,,..
,
, 00 .
.
,
al s C .1. y SwamrSees New ir)era Bn
, gef
,
,
. ,,,, i.k)
i '''
,. '!': ' ' )4' ' '' ii sl '' t ' ': ' ', ) r an., .1 1 r , ,tiji. li ,", :
, F
o'o DarieryGap 'orning ,,
, ,up rast ,. .::,,.
L a Lem enL ac (IS r P'
, I
' ...ilk i lig ii. Ink MU a
' COHIMISbdly
n
,. ,. . Hold on to your iats..folks! .' r,,,,,,,,,,,4,....,...--4 1 n sees visions of the future. ,,,
.',- ', , - Seems like controversial C011- This all, started way back when ' ' '
imployes, taitylocal-raters l.,who faced dismissal. from : gressman Dan. Flood is about to it: I, she was four years 'old,' (six de.!
:'A total of four commissary
n n nn 1111 f-- -, - ----
2r;-, ,,r t.,. ,,,.., : ,, ,. ,, ,. , oeseend on onr shores. k

j A Co,
LAU

.ommissar

, ,,
- ' ' 'e'em' svuln7e jc'wontruoillra'-full.1.13; sees-. visions or ,tne- future. , ',":f, ty
vers a con- This all, started way back when
)tRi -of four '.firrmis'slt ri employes,' .) al.tvlocal-ratfrs I,who fa. ced 'gressman Doi:flood Abotit to
,
descend on oar .shores. r t, ;sh,e was four' years old,' (six de.. ,
cedes,. ago),,when she forsaw the.
har vs 'be'
Setnis hke fanam, and
a ; n onok. iPePtitile rt 'i4tet ' 4 death.. of a 'close, relative., L. A

',,,,N,A total of four commissary employes, Jail local-raters 'who faced dismiisal from
,
Voir jobe have been re-instated. ,-)' '. , .. , , ,, ,,,
'2..-,,,:. Aspokisman for Local 900, AFSCME,AFL:C10, said today that the' UniOn had
., ,
won,"complete victory." All of the three- employes that they represented ivere : re.

; A 4p0KOSMall tor Loco.' yvv, ArQvivic.,nr lo"UP 1of, di;, WU ay uriw.,. j.t!. L1.11 lyti Ildtt 1 tne, Li. S. mill snon A getting a I ; k I Greatly 'concerned, over their ' 1
it----I.4: go A It Af 4:ka 11;aor-' omninvos that thav ranrosentsd isfara ra',' I Ong' "like two brothers"; 'I holt I nrorneinne danahtor whpn t h o -

WWI 11; Wily la IM i01011 I asts 7117 7 VW r-, ..7, 7- - 1 bridge across the Canal wilt be rtrt:es-d-i-o-t-;.'n-t: Z.: ANNZ i

Two, Mrs. E. N. Walton of Rainbow City Commissary and L. S. Heed lay of the
Balboa Comrnissary, received notice on A pril 12 of the favorable outcome of the ap,

. ,
,,, 'peal hearings. ,.. ',. '' ,,, - ,- -, f -- .,-., ., - -'
,
t Tha other tvvo, C. A. Perkins,- a section head of the shoe section of the Rainbow.
-, pity Commissary and a woman cashier? w he Worked with him, F. N. Kng' received
' Avord yesterday afternoon at' Balboa Heigh is- of the personnel action.' -:;.----4,'' ;-4',' --
, !.. , - : A -,-.,: ,1 ,', -' e. ,,-- :tr 0
0 111..".".".""' The announcement stated that: expect any final outtome until
,-, A recommendation of a Griev- "sometime in May." ,,. ;
, 'THE PULSE- -tri
ce Advisory. Committee ter the The spokesman for Local .900
4 , , , ansfer, 'rather- than dismissal said today that on the grievance
,-
. '''', F PANAMA
1
, from service of two Atlantic side board, their employes were' rep rep,
, rep, employes Involved in the recent iresented by Peter Alexis, a mem.
,,,,, ,... , , ,, stork shortages in the Supply ber' of the UniOn, ROland A.
,;,.,,, ;.7.. , , -, ,- Division bag, been' approved by Beam, who is field representa representa'
' representa' ''''..Vw LAw FIRMS rePresent- GOY, ,W. E. potter." . tive' for the union. Hewas is'.
')
. ed by international 'repre 'repre.
. 'repre. ,, l'' t sist
' iug tne Kaiser EXPIOlttiOn ,CO, .t:' 1 - ,, -, :
' and the Aluminum Co. of Amer- 'Both of these employes were sentative Williatn Sinclair. in
; Ica (ALCOA) have issued state- renresented by the union, ag WaS addition, also on the Grievance
Nil's.- Walton last, week, : Advisory Committee in the union
uststOsia- tintuntosmotohre,
ments tit the effect that neither in. the- rate ''of Perkins, tdhee.. acadsmesinwisatraarlotrere
', officials pf the company or the
committee recortimended a
, companie la,wyers have ,. been
. . ......u..... ,.f motion and transfer to 4 other Governor. . , k

I
,
411111111AMMINIONOn ,
'' : '; ;;THE'! PULSE' -:.':
::t'' '-' F-PANAMA-- 1

LAW FIRMS represent represent.
. represent. 11 th, Kaiser Explor.ation
and the Aluminunt CO. Of Artier Artier;
; Artier; lea (ALCOA), have issued state statements
ments statements tit the effect that neither
officials pf tOe company or the
, companies la.wyers have,- been
approachd by any'member of
'the Permanent Legislative Com ComInittee
Inittee ComInittee regnIsting or- demanding
Miley as had been ruinored.
", statements Were the re-.
'!,sult of a eommunique by the
'members of the committee re requesting
questing requesting thi soinpardeS to re,-
veal publicly the name of anY
, assemblyman who may' have
tried to but the bite on them.
: 1TP rijmnr1 sati'vm-mi,orl Of
$10,).tiuu irow tv,,k wit',
ss the price:lot...their approval
of bauxite ''snining k contracts
signed recentiy by the comPan comPanwart
wart comPanwart the panama ; govern govern-
- govern- snent, ".'
; The committee met yesterday
and gave the two Contracts a
first reading after a lengthy seS seSf
f seSf Former Panarna 'Ambassador
' to 1ondon Roberto Arias and his
brother, Gilberto, ,former
mance ;. minister of the 'present
etdMinistration, will be guests of.
honor this evening at a party
, given' by a group of newsmen at
the Casa del Periodistae
The party".1s being. given in
recognition of the' recent stand
taken by the two young politi
eians,- who resigned. their DOM DOMLions
Lions DOMLions follovring a conflict of
' opinion with president de : la
, Guardia It regarding press free free:,
:, free:, 69,nt r '
,
group of prominent Colon
Pr
, residents are scheduled to
meet next' week w,to elect a
, -board of officers to conduct a
campaign to raise funds to
building thi Colon "corridor."
- Me "dOrrkior').18 strip of
' land on the Atlantic side which
ttss returned to Panama by the
Canal Zone ,several years ago for
th6 construction of road to join
Colon 'with the Trans-Isthmian
Nighway without going Allrough
Rainbow City,
a 'a"'
, 40 C 110 tou
C. 'dill CC".... '6"
SIN
A 111
IP: I tt
- An appeal of a petit larceny
eonviction won a reversal yes yesterday
terday yesterday in U.S. District. Court at
' &neon...
4' The defendant, Sarnuel Sil Siltottels
tottels Siltottels a Balboa Commissary
worker. Be had been ,sentenced
' to' ten days in jalL'for stealing
an eight-cent peice of ice from
the Balboa Ice Sales section.
' Eilcott's defense was" that It
was customary for Platform ern-.
ployes to take Ice left over from
a customer's purchase. ",

'sr-on ding aft,or lenethY seS-k ,

, a:49" ',R! 7-777 Irk a:111.11')-

1M11 e' f' 11051 WINK U0113
,
241162s' flattot

-. ,, .. pram WPOsillifillOW1 gloiletrolgiwip

-.Tormer Panama,- 'AMDaSsactorly A It I I
a.. t 00614 Artht grid hiSt I A I.A I 11.1 1111111;t11;11.

'

It40-

f

J
.11144

Pe"
, tu

an eicht-cent peice of ice from Br.DOC QUIGG in :his pocket coming 'home to
the Balboa Ice Sales section. , roost, if he cakget kis citizen citizen'.
'. citizen'. Ellcott's defense was.' that it NEW YORK (UP) If you ship back.
' was customary for Platform trn-' just stick around aboard a big Between 't he ex queen afid
.
ployes to take Ice left over from incoming luxury liner long Gary Davis, there was an in.
a customer's purchase. enough, as the press is privileged formative interlude with a 'mem 'mem'
' 'mem' : to do, strange bits of intelligence ber of the ship's company who
was arrested at noon APril leap at you in the hours of dock- disclosed that Soraya had danced,
, I when two commissary employes trig. , aboard, with. i tall Italian nobLe.
saw him taking a piece of Ice The otlier day I went to the man ("He left the ship at Al Al.,
., Al., from the platform. When he was S. p. Constitution, to greet that geciras") and that Soraya's
first questioned, the defendant fine figure of a former queen, brother had learned from three
. elalmed he had paid for the ice. Soraya of Iran, who was un- shipmater the American game of
.
Later, he said he had said this crowned and divorced because shooting dice: I
,to-protect the platform attend- she hadn't produced' an heir to : '
ant who gave him permission to thi..throne "Be played it all the 'time,' but,
, take the piece of And I wound up yak-yakking he never did pronounce the name'
Silcott was reoresented by at- with one Sol Gareth Davis, corn- right. He kept calling-,it
' torney David Robles. monly known as Garry, who says 'scraps.'" ,,
,7he. ten-day jail sAntence had .that. after,10 hectic years, he is The abdicating world cittlen
3een, imposed in tile Lalboa voluntarily abdicattng asWorld crusader, Davig, pointed out th'at
dagistrate's Court, ,Citizen No. 1" and with $1.10 it would be ,lust ona decade, comel

, , 7 ww.uu,s. tjuoi, Un3dUCt WisitLYILLU. orkilierica 13 Pan, On a DIA biliV .1 4.4 all,. 14 UbeLl riinama Delping -puolicize 'tne
;

stock shortages in the SuPplv bet- of the 111110n, Roland A.
Division ham, been. approved by Beam, who is field representa
Gov, W. E. Potter!' '.., tive'.for the union. He-Was its-
., , ) ,, ., ..:. ; 1 : ,!: sisted s b international "repre "repre'
' "repre' ',Both of these employes were sentative Williath Sinclair. in
represented bv the union, aa was addition,' also on the Ctrievance
Mrs.- Walton last, week. ': Advisory Committee. in the Union
' In the cate of Perkins, the eases was Forrest 0.- bunsmoer,
committee- recortmended a de- edministratite essistant to the
motion and transfer to 4, other Governor. : ,,...,-, ,,,
work' in the division. ,' ., j ,
, The ,,recommendation in. the A '', i k ' ', ..! ,- ) '
case orthia cashier, 'Mrs. King,
was for 'a two-week suspension countants'
,,,7
.
Without pay end the transfer to , 1 ,,, .. ,, ,,,,, ',
other 'work. at the' ,discSetion of rti n,,, ,,,, ,,,,,,
'st
the ,- Sunnly- and ,Community
11015;111
Service Director. t:',,,'t t'. ' 411,r: ,:,-. ;
,,
, ,, 1,,, -:.,,,7,-s.,,.. ,, ,,. Accountants '',. WriF Simi' takel
Nine cases of employes on, the over',where legal counsel, leavesl
Pacific side are still to be heard. off in winding up it. lour-year
They ore repreevIted by at4, old wages Ando-overtime-, snit
Olney ,Tior'-s l', '' amires. It hrought by Canal- pilots.' Ihe
-had been agro,d at the-start- Anan-JA sCanaL,Company, is ,the
of the bearlike of 11 employes defendant, and, Claims go -back
, when' l' Rsmiree represents, to, July 1, 1951, the date Of, the
'that the decisions In all his company's assumption ., of ,', its
easel would be tnade otter the present statlis arid responsibiZty.
',Patin es tire comnleted. i Council for the plaintiffs, and
Bemires said today he didn't the Company have, been confer,s,1
. ----..-- ring for weeks towartt an 'agree
, , ,, ment -on minor sispeets of the
'. 1 ''', ,- settlement, ,Yesterda the a
Best liolk D0113 ,: Y r
,, greed ..not 'to appeal to h gher
,
, , ,. courts:1 -, '; ,, ', 4
At Summer (losses. doitpway:::, Lord grezeanamngat.,c4indtisi
...
. ..
, , t greed yesterday not ., to', appeal
To Go On,Disrtay:'::- siluodngem Guethrtoe F;; Crowe's deci deci,
, deci, i th f ur-yeat pilotst,.., pay
. . .
, , ., ,. suit against the -companY. 4 ,,
,',A, selection of the best Work The agreement came (luring ar.,
done at each of the sumimer re. gument on a lnotion in U.S4', Di Dicreation
creation Dicreation classes -held at '7 the strict Court yesterday ofternoon.
various Latin American element. There', are, 112 chime now on
sty schools in -the Canal Zone, file in the court- fromi active and
wa be placed on display tomor. retired- pilots, and the estates of
top. in, the Paraiso school, gym. deceased- pilots for the recovery
nasium ,. . ,. .. ,. ......L. ,. of overtime compensation ,,' end
.. , ,' ..... ,,, travel time pay under the terms
, The displa, which marks the of Judge Crowe's decision ,whicb
end .of ; the annual vacation pro. was banded down' Jan. 10..1 '-
gram, 'will be opened to the gen. MS decision represented I., par;
tial PiPtorv Int' the Pllo's .-.,,,,,y,
eral public from,1 P.m. to 5 p.m
Saturdar., During' that time, jud. While finding fir,' them en ,
ges, will select the' best work in their claims for overtime tont tonteach
each tonteach category, end prizes will be pensation and travel time pay,
awarded to the winners. i the', Court ruled against the pit.,
Judges; who ,will make the 'se. .ts nn thilit' mai'm contention
lection and also award the prizes.' that ,they. are entitled' to cam.
are Mrs. Mainert Peterson, Mr. pensation steel-ding to the- pre--
Lemuel Shirley, and Mrs.' Kari sailing rates and practice of
Hams. ,.., , ,. ,, the maritime t indlistry. In' re
.. p. , .. ,.
United States.' r' '!, f
, Hundreds of 'Latin American
students between the, first and One of the pilete Ittorneys,,
Charles E.' Raeriirez, Said '', today
eighth grades ', attended the vac. that the deadline- for filing ,peti,-
alien recreation nrogram which tiont with the court is tomorrow.
came tO all end this week. Exhi.
bits in each of the various schools
Ot er sources said' the deadline.
have ,been 'held and a selection is next Tuesday - -4" .,
une
in '
t suit was- brought by Cant.,
made of the articleS which would n, b rt F. B d J 30 1954.
be exhibited Saturday., '-',
, A Community Chest sponsored 1.;
Suieg for.the"perlond starting, July
1951, the date of -incorporation
activity, the Program has .been of the Panama Canal ComPanY,
under the suPervision of Mrs, Boatd originally claimed 329,250.
Inez McKenzie, who has been co. o i ea .,. e
, On Feb 28 a th's y r th
ordinator for tbe nest few years. Boyd't favor in 'the 111110lint of V VA
A VA variety of subjects 'were 387.08 on the basis of its earlier
taught. including arts and erafts, decision that pilots Ire entitled to
square dancing and : handiwork. mover overtime compensation and
One of the most popular projects travel time pay. t,,
this year, Mrs. McKentie renort One of the principal points due.,
ed, were the construction of jew- during the litioation was wheth
el boxes from cigar boxesr the 'or Boyd's witi constituted s
walking of tembleoues. pin tusk. 'class action e-othat is,' whether
ions, and various leather articles. 'he cotild sue for himself' and in
-

At Stller Classris
ielifill IP
To Go Odisriay
", The display, which marks the
end of; the annual vacation pro.
gram, be opened to the gen general
eral general public froml. 11.m. to 5 p.m
SaturdaY, During' that time. jud judges,
ges, judges, will select the best work in
each category. and prizes will be
awarded to the winners.
Judges;, who ,will make the 'se,
lection and also award the prizes.
are Mrs. Mainert Peterson, Mr.
Lemuel Shirley, and Mrs,' Karl
Hareis.
, Hundreds of 'Latin American
students between the, first and
eighth grades attended the vac.
ation recreation nrogram which
came tcl an end this week. Exhi.
bits in each of the various schools
have Aleen 'held and a selection
made of the articki which would
be exhibited Saturday.
, A Community Chest sponsored
activity, the program has .been
under the supervision of Mrs,
Inez McKenzie, who has been co coordinator
ordinator coordinator for tbe past few years.
A variety Of subjects 'Were
taught including arts ,and erafts,1
square dapcing and handiwork.
One of the most popular projects
this year, Mrs. McKentie renort
ed, were the construction of jew jewel
el jewel boxes from cigar boxesr the
triaking of tembleoues. pin cush cushions,
ions, cushions, and various leather articles.

orronator TOT Lae MIST tew years. .
A variety of subjects ''' w e c e Boyd't favor In 'the amount of $3- Corps of Montreal' elected Eduar. greed -to accept -the- liberal-con- ..,.
387.08 on the basis of its earlier de EZ de Diego, Consul General servative nommation for president , ,
tiltloptoral ryh;l1P1-- I
taught. including arts Alm crafts,' decision that pilots are entitled to of. Panama, as president for the in the May 4 election. -, .
. ., .- ,,, H' .' 2
square dapcing And : handiwork. .retover overtime compensation and coming year. 's ',, '' ''' 1 Lieraie imnouncernent ended ,'
One of the most popular projects travel time pay. ,t,, Dr. Raolil Flores Soli's, Cuban weeks of uncertainty as to' who ,,, ' . On Itihm..14Pi Itylris-
this year, Mrs. McKentie ,, renort Ono of tho principal points din. COOSILL was elected vice Presiden' would be Colombia's next tprest- ,.,
,
ed, were the construction of Jew- during tho litioation was whath. at the grotip's annual meeting. lent. Since the liberal leader Is ,' .
'
, s'
-
el boxes from cigar boxesr the 'or Boyd's wit conotitutod a -and Dr-,'German Guinan Guivara .mcked by both of the, country's r fr ,i.".
- Ilas Cc-frct D 1
masking of tembleoues. pin -cosh- 'class action st-dthat is,' whothor Vice Consul' for Venezuela, WAS najor political parties, he is cert- '',' .,
t
. . ,
ions, and various leather articles- he cosild suo for himself and in 'named secretaryi '- ..' ain to be elected. , "1 ' ...'k '.,
. ) 'A disnlay of Items; and picture!
.
, '" pertaining to the -early days, of
,t
,
Strange Bits On Intelligence Leap Alt.,.You Its :Big Liner, Doc es ,,,
, ,
, . the Hotzi Washingwo and several
,
other Isthmian hotels has, been
,
4,4 '', 9, ,. erraneed in the renal Zone LI- .'
, By DOC (WIG() ' in bis pocket --. coining'home to May 25, since he began ems ding. of the 'world. In the space age, lit 4 4 '''''
., ,,, t:-"wv.,111fttelos ,1,0"3"ed '', on the '
, ,
,,, first floor -. 'or the Civit.Affairl
' ' ,' roost, if be caklet kis citizen. He said that I.., be can g back we're all world citizens." ..., ,
. NEW YORK (UP) If you ship back. '. his citizenship, 'which he renoun- However, he said,that "my one. I Building. -, '., ,:' .., f s.
just stick around aboard ii big Between 't he eX queen and eed,."I intend to be I respectable man crusade is over." .i , t , 'r'"1 cXhibitdevbked to the Hotel
i n c o m I n g luxury liner long Gary Davis, there was an in. American citizen.s,' ' Standing a little to one side at Washington is in the second light.
enough, as the press is privileged formative interlude with a 'mem- ''.,''' , this ,- point was a distinguished o4 disolay 'ease-The items Include
i
to do, strange bits of intelligence ber of the ship's company who He returned hoine' under an Im- looking e'derly 'gentleman with , the first register used at the hotel,
.
leap at you in the hours of dock- disclosed that Soraya had danced, migrant visa from Naples. But he flowing white bait ,' who looked :- come of the toll. service 'and fur.
frig.. . , 1, aboard, with. i tall Italian nobLe- pointed out that his yisa applica- disturbingly ,' famillary, In h i s .. ,, 1 1-. t e4ollees lite' '''t the time the hotel ''
.
Tne other day I went to the man ("He left the ship at AI. tion states he is a resident of hand he held a statement from i 1 -, ,
..- , (melted, in 1913 and anany,photou
S., p. Constitution, to greet that geciras") and t h a t Sorays's New ,York.' He said. that although "the 'world citizens of the U.' S." i' graphs. ;. '',.- '
fine figure of a former queen, brother had learned from three he Is classified au,, a resident welcoming Davis home. Then I In, the first lighted case In the
,.
Soraya of Iran, who was un- shipmate& the American game of alien, it is hard to immigrate saW his name, amOng 12 others, '. tbby of the Museum are items
?
crowned and i divorced because shooting dice: ' into a place in which You are al- at the bottom:, Dr. Ilsley Boone, devoted to other hotels. They in.
she hadn't produced' an heir to .:. '', ' ' A readY listed as a resident. clergysnan.', ',,L '-k ' --- '. -elude a deed to the old Hotel Ceti.
the. throne. ''' ' "Ile played it all the time,' but Davis estimates that in bis 10 I had not recognized him be, ' , '" , ' i -;,, tral, which was presented to thi
him FAIR FIREWORKS .--.'Spectators crow'd around 'the Atomium,. Museum by the Isthmian Histor.
' And I wound up yak.yaliking he never did pronounce the name Years aS a world eitizen he did cause I had I never seen
yvith one Sol Gareth Davis, com- right. He kept c a I I i n g -. it time In "a dozen ot so Prisons dressed. When I knew him, he at the Brussels ,World's Fair to watch a display of firewarks., ieal Society, and photographs of 1
monly known as Garry, who says 'scraps.'" ,, -,' ., and ship's brigs.'" He said he Wag indeed a clergyman but 9190 The. Atomium, a massive structure 'representing 9, Mnieetlie ronstruction day dance las ,,, the
that. after,10 hectic years, he is The abdicating worid eitilen has 'no regrets whatsoever: "My as leader of the American nudist of metal, is the sYmhol of this "Atomic Age" fair, Dr. Etlientte former Hotel Tivoli. ,'"
voluntarily abdicattng asWorld crusader, Davig, pointed out th'at renunicatton- was in.noway,an movemeaL.Asi.say,,,you, sce! ,Ptora, direCtor general of Latin America House in Brissels ,, The exhibit will be em.displal
Citizen No. I" and with 51.10 it would be Just one decade, come act of disloyalty. America is Dart lot on a big shit). . : is'et. Dresent"IrCranarna beipinvioublicize-the fain 1.-4". indefinitelv.r-..-o,-,.-;.,.... ..-,,---,-,

,"Lci the people

.
.....
I n:1.144 t.:.,ep.
0 14 0
1.:'.r,liviS,',77::0,U1.
..

, 01t

know the truth and the
Hold on to your hats,. folks!
' Seems like controversial con congressman
gressman congressman Dan. Flood is abotit to
descend on oar shores.
Seems also like Panama and
the, U. S. ,will 'SOOn .be getting a,.
long "like two brothers"; ',t h e
bridge across the Canal wilr, be
'mitt this year, and Congress will
pass equal pay for equal work le..
And didja 'knoW that the Canal
wiji eventually buy, the LeTourn LeTourneau
eau LeTourneau mules, after some "relorma.,
tions", are made pu the locomo locomotives?
tives? locomotives? '
.,411 these' things will toms true
iicording to ,thet crystal ; ball
, gating of a beturbanod a d y,
Madame torfron tails, who says
shfi's onlY an Optimist about:j
'things when she's sure. ; '
Representing herself as a Ppre-I
fssor of occult sciences."' the
well-traveled distaff swami had
much to predict about the shape
0: things to come ip Panama.
, She claims that the Darien
'Gap road to the ,Intet.American
- will be 'started before
the month of October, that "very
soon'? l'anama will enjoy a Won..
derful, prosperity..
What will suddenly bring 'Omit
this economic' testacy?
Madami-Laila predicts that ti I
.1
Wag
,
behalf of other paname tend,
'
'The Court Meld that it was
claqs action lad' directed that lie..
titions to establigt'membershfp In
tile -class) enema Canal pilots
be filed with fthe -court by all
claimants Up to yesterday, M Mauch
auch Mauch petitions trent active' and re retired
tired retired pilots and the estates of de.
ceased piyits 'were. on file In the
Court.. ,
' ',Under the terms ',of, the Court's
order. The Panama .Canal Com Company
pany Company lawyers will have thirty days
to challenge 4ny of the petitions.
After 'that, computations w' I I I
have. to be madeIn each Individl
1 ual case SiaCe each judgment will
vary depending upon the number
of hours involved in each claim.
The pilots were. represented 'in
the ,suit by attorneys Charles Eo
Ramirez,' and' Woodrow de, Cas.1
tro; with William S. Tyson, whom
1 the Court has ruled are entitled
to onethird of tre judgment,-.
warded each pilot., ", ,
Some of tho claims oh filo In
the Court, howavarapacify that
.attorney Francis Noonan, of 1
tWashington,,,,is clalmantill
, representative.
' The ''', motion': heard yesterday
was for ,an extension of Aline for
Mrs. AL X.' Redman, 'widow of a
pilot, to file claim- payment'of
overtime cOmpensation. The ink
tion Wa3 granted and Mrs. Red Redman;
man; Redman; widow of a pilot to file Chita
for payment of overtfme compek
gallon. The motion was 'granted
and Mrs., Redman Witt allowed an
additional 30 ,days to file her
claim. Two other 'pilot widows
who have filed claims already are
pordon Kreiger and Mrs.
William' Wall. '
,
Rp Consul, Heods'::
.
Consuior'Corpsi
In ontreol
MONTREAL, April 25 UP)."
The L a't I n American Consular
Corps of Montreal. elected Eduar.
da Eg de Diego, Consul General
of. Panama, as president for the
coming year. -
Dr. Itadbl Flores Solis, Cuban
COnSUI, was elected vice Presiden'
at the group's annual meeting.
and Dr.,, German Guinan Guivara
Vice Consul for Venezuela, WAS
named secretaryi A '-
May 25, since he began erue)s ding.
He said that be can g back
his citizenship, which he renous
ced,"I intend to be respectable
American citizen.'"
He returned home under an im immigrant
migrant immigrant visa from Naples. But he
pointed out that his yisa applies.
tion states he is a, resident of
New york. He said.that although
be is classified au',$ resident
alien, it is hard to immigrate
into a 'aline in which You are al already
ready already listed as a resident. )
Davis estimates that in his 10
years as a world ciijzen he did
time in "a dozen oe so prisons
and ship's brigs." He said he
has 'no regrets whatsoever: "My
renunication- was in. no wsy an
act of disloyalty. America is Dart

'mitt this year and COngresa' 1 preuiction. came true, Ina; nay, 1 is r,
1 1 hPr nniPnte trnuptpd tn anneint t

, ..
- 31 Si
a ,,k pass equal pay for equal work le . 1st in nerve -disesses..:They were ,,,
" -ww lation. '' .1 -' -;
assured that.',' while the 'girl Was ,,, rt ..
,
, an., And didja'knoW that the Canal ....., completely normal, they 'might as , '...1 .111. .', . .,,, ;
r ,,A vitt eventually buY! the LeTourn. well accent the fact, that she WItS, '''-' .' 4 ,,, '',' .' '- ms .L, ,' ''... :' ., ,.; !. I 4 ..,:, .,' .,;t,,-,' ,,
' ', eau mules, 4fter some "relorma., .4"; born, to be- an "occult Pherionte-, ., , , , ,. ,,,. . ,
inbow tons are made pu the locomo-
. tives? , .;, .-,,t, ..' ', ...,
'' ',' -Madame Latta 'has circled the --,, WASHINGTON, April 25 (UP) --4 Defense ,Secretary
:elyed .",',All these' things will tome true .1 -Atk,'
' .',. ..iicording te thet crystal ; ball '",. '!'"' globe
a
I 0
ManY times' .Preclicti"g Neil H. MtElroy'conceded today he can t specify any out.,
.. . gating of a beturbaned I a d y, wars, stock market crashes and , ,
, Madame terfren Leila, whe says r ', presidential election r'esults before moded rnilitary, concepte 'which : President '', Eisenhovier
the events occur, ,,, .
rift liritil shes only an
ptimist about,' 'f,: said would be 'erased under his embattled' defense 'itoi-.
, .:,
' 'things 'when she's sure. ; ', In addition she, bas ',turned dut
oeal .900
several books,' covering the fields ganization. plan. :, ,. , , , .,,,,
Representing herself as a Ppro Pprorievance
rievance Pprorievance '. '' if any such 'existed McElroy, told the- House Aime '
ere rep- fssor of occult sciences."' the of philosophy,. psychology; oecuP
well-traveled distaff swami had .., '..,'.$, sciences, customs and morals of , 1
a mem- much to predict about the shape ,.., '.
)land A. 0: things to come ix, Panama. peonle all over the world. Services committee,' he -probably 'could eliminate them:
without -the extra authority the President's plan would '
- '.., Right now she's engaged in
resents.. She claims that the D a r i a n '''!,; collecting data ono book of the L: z, ,-, ,.. .,. ' ,
, ..:
'Was is- Gap road to the ,Inter,American ii.''-i:..:.....:',i...', ---- - fiara and fauna of countries' she granr film,,,,, .,t. ,.., ,, ,, ,,,,,,,, ,...., , ,. ,-,, , ,-
: "repre- Iiighway will be ktarted ',- befo're I t...4,,,.:Zi,::-aamba,'...,......,....x., is visiting.. it will be written,in I '', , MtElroy made, the statement in,
a inui:th &Iv nr tri
air. ,. in the month of Oetober. that "very' ' ' - -',- c...1.44 In.----- s.,- ---- 1-

4
Pnts:716- tar! 'Ch
eck

butt, Wage' Claims

ill,,,,
1,'4

CIILY NEWSPIPEk

A ,"

country is safe" Abrahans inco n.

,
,
i:, :
'..
MADAME LAILA
, precious mineral will be found
in the country whjch will great,.
, ly supplement Panama's income
and mean work for hundreds of,
lobless..,
s Now does she knovi all ;, these
things?'
The bright:Ored iMothayer,"born
in India of Hungarian ; parents,
claims that four or' five times s
year. she tails into a "natural
trance" durMg which time, she
Flo'd itbbe''
, 7
-, A clasi in bicycle ridlitg safetY
for 'all. children at Fort Kobbe
will be held tomorrow from 9 to
11 o'clock opposite the obbe
fire station. The class will be con conducted
ducted conducted by military police,' assist assisted
ed assisted by. boys from Explorer Post
.
,
The class 'will prepare t h e
youngster for tests(in riding-safetV
,and mechanical. inspection of
bicycles which will be conducted
on Saturdays at Kobbe daring
Ilding classes are be being
ing being conducted at communities
throughout the Canal Zone as part
of, the Safety Good Turn", ''pro ''program
gram ''program 'which is beingI carried on
this year Mr Canal Zone Conic
No, 801' of the Boy Scouts of Am
'
'1Fhe' Canal Zone Police Depart Department
ment Department is coordinating the safety
classes, under supervision of Sgt,
Walter Alves on the Pacific side
and Sit. William E. Hughes on
the Atlantic side, in cooperation
with the scout council.
,
The' mechanical Insuection of
bicycles will be' coordinated by
the Canal Zone Fire Department.
Lieros Comorgo's
Elction 'Asurcd
,
BOGOTA,, April 25 (1.1P)-- Lib Liberal
eral Liberal ex-president Alberto Lleras
Camargo announced he has -.agreed
to accept .-the, liberal-conservative
nommation for president
in the May 4 election,
Lieraa' iumouncement endPfl
weeks of uncertainty as to' who
would be Colombia's next tpresi tpresilent.
lent. tpresilent. Since the liberal leader is
'mated by both of the country's
najor political parties, he is cert certain
ain certain to be elected.
of the world.' In the space age,
we're all world citizens. ,
However, he said,that "my one.
Man crusade is over." .t
Standing a little to one side at
this point was a distinguished
looking e'derly lentleman with
flowing white hair who looked
disturbingly,' lamillary. In h i
hand he held a statement from
"the 'world citizens of,the U., S."
welcoming Davis home. Then I
saW his name, among 12 others,
at the bottom:, Dr. Ilsley Boone,
clergyman. ,
I had not recognized him' be,
cause I had I never seen him
dressed. When knew him, he
was indeed a clergyman but also
as leader of the American nudist
movement...,Ait .I.say,,,you, see 4
lot on a big shit).

LILA

, ly supplomont Panama's inCOM. rote' lropicana; tne woman of
or Air force under-the plait '' :' ',17,i : ''',,,',1'.. : 4 F..; .,' Pe I
and moon work for hundreds of visions claims she'll spend sever, .- .. ,.. '', - 7,', r '. ', i ,' ,,,.
al more days here before taking COrtimittee' eoupser i john' -R. President in an 'address last
inobolwess
d. ea" sh'e knovi ali''' 'tbe''ae off for points south. 4. .' ,' Blandford tossed a patket of 53 week to' the American Society
, 4, Anparently not a baseball fan, questions at the Defense Secre- otNeWspaper Editors, 'said Otte
things?' ,,. '' ', ,,... ,, ,,,- ,.
' The brighCbYed sitothayer'Aorn Madame Lana backed down from tary, for consideration and re- sure way to waste defense
'in India of Hungarian ; parents, answering 'only one question: tplies later. At the' same' time, fundi "" I is "by ', overindulging
claims that four or five times s "Who will win the 11 a t 1 0 n a 1 he pePPered him with addition- sentimental attachments to
, 1 swerg, ' f ",'' and toncept."' "., t
year she tans into a "natural League pennantr ..- $ .'; at Auerles tor ch.-the:spot an,. outmoded tnilitary machines
trance" durMg which time, she So it's stIll ahyone's 'guiss.
' Blandfore noted that the "What outmoded contents are
-Y, :, t , , f , :, : , , being indulged today?", Elz1-11-
" ,t P' Jt 1.1, ,Y
' I .' 'Ai '1 .. I :2,' :- I ''' .'
, ,- 0 ,,, I t n kt'l 1 r4-n ,
i I 1 f rCI as 'I c v .s
- v The Del- 1,,e ( ciOar en,'-
' OW:11, oo Ica cy.,i-:-- i 1 -, Y
H
. , .., .. ion,, ,t,, AA. A ,,,,.
, ,,-,,.. 4 ..s. A .,

:11'. ,' Y -- ., l' I '." '. ': ,'.: ii.'' '' .. d.t z N 4. ' ,' ''', ' .. '" Ct. who flanked hi ''
:..!;..;::?.,:ip), ::...-,!;1,---4-4414,.;:L.1-1,2,,,:,;,',.,,-,.,, :I ,.' i".,.....',..',n"' i---4 t... :;:Lt it; ,,,. tig.,,t ,-.t.,,,,,,.., W. hen,,,the:,.'consultatina 'dld
..'-; iL II !Ita l!n n
1

le e

leads'::
, -i- Lieras Lamorgo 5 -: 1 ; .- ,, L 1--e snarl WPICII nem T11111 Ins
' $ massive gates, had been in-serst..
'4 '''' i' Ice since the Csnal wts opznedi
, Eldtion' :Asitired '',
,:,
,
.. The shaft is eight inches in dia.
rPs', I C lombla '' ' J,.., , met& ond!about five feet long.
A t A oreliminary exsmintion',' of
.,,:,' ,
.
, ,,, .i thelbreak indicated thstjt War '
" Is ': 1 BOGOTA,, April 25 (1.1P)-- tib- , i', ,, k csused by a flaw bt the metal
- 25, UP)-r eral ex-president Alberto Lleras l ,,,, A which had been, present for soma ..
kn ,Consular Camargo announced he has ,,,a- I e' ..., '' '491 I ti Md. .' L' .; 'Y.'

sees visions of the' future.
' This all, started way back when
she was four years old,' (six de decades
cades decades ago) when she forsaw the,
death' of a close relative.
Greatly concerned over their
precocious daughter when t h e
prediction came true that day,
her parents traveled to a special specialist
ist specialist in nerve diseases. ,They were
assured that,': while the 'girl Was
completely normal, they might as
well accent the fact, that she Wafi
born, to be an "occ.ult phenome-,
,
,
',' -Madame Laila has circled the
globe many times, predicting
wars, stock market crashes and
presidential election results before
the events occur, ',,
In addition she, bas ',turned dut
' several books,' covering the fields
' of philosophy,. psychology; occult
sciences, customs and morals of
peonle all over the world.
- Right now she's engaged In
- collecting data ono book of the
flora and fauna of countries' she
is visiting. lt svill be written ,in
, Sanskit "booms It's easy dor
me, lost like stiorthamt 1 and
later translated into 16 ion.
gueoes. ,. k
Presently in residence at the
, Potel Tropicana; the woman of
visions claims she'll spend lever.
al more days here before taking
off for points south..
.Anparently not a baseball fan,
Madame Leila backed down from
1 answering ',-fonly one nuestion:
"Who will win the Nitional
League pennant?". ,,,
So it's atill ahyone's 'guiss.

'' LCS -11105
$, , e Va I all- a ''' --' not. immOdiately produte an on on.
. on. elrou i
' ' ., swers, Blandford persisted.
. ' 'J- '' In Ilashri- -, d.. haVe nothing in mind specifical-
;afet'y '. Bys,Jand girls Oftos tilos and , ,,A loss ''''' ,' ly to be eliminated?''', ,,,,.,-
-uatunN -vTo7..,17. .,:A,
Cobbe Gahm ,Will have geir turn tomor., ',,,,.: ,, ,, ...,,' '.,' 7,', ,,
9 to row to learit hoi to ride ,their bi- '', Gov. W. Ee Potter will leave the "r don't think we have env big
things in mind to do," McElroy
b b e evelet sareiv- ,' ' i Isthmus,,tomorrow for oWashing. rennet!. -t , , l',. ,'",
I con. The Los Rios youngters will get
gsist- 6 together at 9 .', o'clock, Sattirday, Be added that If there were
the Souse and Senate Appropria- suCh things,' "we 'could resort to
Post morning on IttitOn Street near the non ',Committee, hearings..on the the ,, very ,broad r Powers-Tit ,the
ton D. C.i' where he Will attend
, playgroud for the third of the ser, 1959 budgets of the'Panama Can. Secretory of Defense" ,to -.ge
i,' lea of bicycle 'safety,..cissses now al company-government. Be '; will them done. .,, : 1 1-r, ; ,,, -:
h e being 'conducted by "', the Canal be ,accompanied bv Col. Charles .,,,,,,,,,, , . ,"
safe. Zone politer On the Attsntic' side ,.. .0.....,.. r ....al ,7,,.... 1...1h A:

Boystrand girls Of Los Rios and
Gatunrtvill have geir turn tomor..
row to learn host, to ride ,their bi-i
evelet safely, : '
The Los Rios youngsters will get
together at 9 '', o'clock, Sattirday,
morning on Anton Street near the
playgroud for the third of the ser,
les of bkycle 'safety,..clgsses now
being 'conducted by the Canal
Zone 1301iCer On the Atlantic' side
the classes at Gaturt will start at
9:30 P.m. and wilirb4 h.li An J,,ft J,,ftwin
win J,,ftwin Road, onposite the Gatuu Ma Masonit'
sonit' Masonit' Temple. 1 ',
Canal Zone police; who are con conducting
ducting conducting the classes, asked again
the week that each child -who
plans attend bdng his name
and post office hos numbv on a
bf nape'', This information
should printed. Dinlomps will
be meiled lefer f'each child who I
passes'tbe bicycle safety classes.
,' Last 'Week 37 -youngs,ers turn.,
ed out for the,cialves which were
held at Diablo and ,55 AtIpntic side
boys pod girls attended the cies.
sett. at Mergaritc
Sgt. 'Walter It. Alves is conduct conducting
ing conducting the Pacific side classes and
the Atlantic side elptsel pre tin&
er the direction of Sgt, Williaut E.
Itughes.,

youngsters wiu get
added that if there welt..
such things' "we could resort to
ton, D. C.," where he Will attend He
ton Street near the
le third el the ser, tion ',Committee, hearings,,on the.
the Souse and Senate Appropria
1959 budgets of the'Panama Can. the vent hr.oad r Dower 'of .,tha
' o'clock, Sattirday,
Safety,. cissses now al ,company-government., Be will Secretory of Defen e"s to e
the a 'g
m done. ,. -, 1,, ,.. ,.
1 by ".., the Canal be ,accompanied bv Col. Charles m ,, -,', ''--
1 the Atipntle' side 4-3 arues,, canal Zone, health, di- ' - ". ''
3aturi will start at rector4 '; ' -, -- -:' ; ':-.'' ttipinshaft Breok --
vi,,,,,. h-11 An -1,,ft. ., 1, ' '
site the Gatun Ma- ; 2
', minin.g Potter in ; Washington. i ',' ''- 1 '
- , 4,. will be Philip L. Steers, Jr., comp- In 3 lin hole pti 1
Ace; who are con- trollee, and' LeRoy, B. Magnusor 'I GV211,"11 ,'111 t, lb"rtitise
isses, asked again chief Of the budget and- rates div- '',,,
each .. child ,who iSin.t' S.tterg and 'Mag11111n Will Causes Shin D-1-1
bdng his name return to' the Istbmila MaY 5-, 4 ;111!
fmx numb.r on a In. i
..,,The t',' budget ear ngs are ,
This information schedinded to be beld Monday and Norinal tronsit procedures were
ed. Dinlomss will
, Tnesdov of next week.-- 1 eknected to he, l''''stme'' '" ,(1-4-ut
f 'each eh" vmo ;L't...Gov. thigh M. -Arnold-. will Locks this afternocin after' the re.
cle safety classes. Act as govetnor during Potter ab- Placement of a mainshatt of ole
7 -youngsters turn, senc2.,,,,, ,- -- ,,,,,-:- ,,.. of the sea gates in the west lane
.1a saes which were - ,. k '4,-! -,,t'-'-'-. '. -",,' broke ylOerday afternoon. k".,'
yid ,55 Montle side Dr. Eric R. OsTerberg, Chief of TraffiO through the west- lock
attended the' cies. the Division of Preventive Medi, chambers was restrictel;,. while
ta. ,, - eine and Quarantine,- will act as the ,repairs were being -effected ..
. Alves is conduct- health -director ,during the i absrn. by the Aged short chamber-iock. ,
side classes and ce of 1-nce, and Stephen V.'N. PA- aget. Seine ships were delayed"as
e ehsses pre und.. welsorideputy cOmptroller, will much as five hours'. - -1' i, ,'
of Sgt. Willianr E, sct as tomntroller ,Fhile Steers r Large shim(' were- -1 o CV d .',
', '. in-the United Statea. ,,,, ". ',,,- :,t. 'through on the east lane and mita
.

,
i 4

40rOMMOIONOMPOW1111.0.101P4111Mi

, 4-
i
it

C 11 VICUU IV We WU KIUMel arils
' tcal, which was presented to the
FAIR FIREWORKS 'Bpectators crowd around 'the Atomium, Museum by the Isthmian Histor
at the Brussels ,World's Fair to watch a display of firewafts, ical Society, and photographs of
The. Atomium, a massive structure,representing a priolecrle construction dav dance ats the
of metal, is the symbol of this "Atomic Age" fair, Dr. Etiftme former Po'0,1 Tivoli. ,'
pctors, director general of Latin America House in Brussels, The exhibit will be on &spiel
is' at. present "IrC Panama belping'publicize -the fairt--i.P
,

Alioril 25 (UP) Defense Secretary
ts.leil H. MCEIroy conceded today he ccin't specify any,'-.'out,;
,
Moded toncepts1' President,;
Said waidd be 'erased under his embattled' defense 'fedi...,
ganization: plan. , ,
' If any, such 'existed, McElroy 'told thie House iMed
Servicis conimittee;; he :probably could, eliminate ,them.',
without -the. extra authority, the President's, plan 'would
grant him. : , ',,-
,,MtElrey mndi,:the'stateMent in, a fourkth 'day of crik
ticat questioning of' the Pentagon'reorganization prandial'.
The Secietary'qlso labeled fils n,fcir-fetched",,any fer
that he might takd' ovei direct conttol the'Armi,,Navy
or Air Ferce under-the plak 4 :

Committee- counsel John -R.
Blandford tossed a patket of 53
questions at the Defense Secre Secretat
tat Secretat for consideration and re rePlies
Plies rePlies 'later. At the' same' time,
he peppered him with additionon-the7spot
,". Blandfore noted that the
In,
, Gov. W. Ze Potter will leave the
Isthmus, jomorrow for oWashing.
ton D. where he Will attend
the Souse and Senate Appropria.
tion ',Committee, hearingvon the,
1959 budgets of the'Panama Can.
al ,company-government., Be will
be accompanied bv Col. Charles
O. 113ruee, Canal Zone health, di
rector; ;;
, joining Potter in ; Washington.
will be Philip L. Steers, Jr., comp comptroller,
troller, comptroller, and' LeRoy, B. Magnuson,
chief of the budget and- rates div division,
ision, division, S,tters and ,Magrmlon will
return 10' the Isthmus May 5.,
..sThe bildret hearings are
schedittded to be held Monday and
ToesdAv.of next
thigh -Arnold' will
act as governor. during Potter ab absence.,",t
sence.,",t absence.,",t A
Dr. Eric R. Ogierber.r, throf of
the Division of Preventive Medi,
eine and Quarantine, will act as
health director during the absrn.
ce of '1,oce, and Stephen V.N. Po
welsom,, deputy cernotroller, will
sct as tomntroller ,Fhile Steers
in-the United Statei.
1,91
,;
t

if 0 0

TM CENTS
a
- ,
President in 'an 'address last;
week to the 'American' Society '',
'oi"NeWspaper Editors, 'said one
sure :Way to waste 'defense', ',
r ,"by overindulging
ientimental ,, attachments to
-outmoded 2 tnilitary',. machines
and' concept."' ",'
" "What outmoded' contents
beln'g indultzed 'today?", 'Eland 'Elandford,
ford, 'Elandford, aski-i Merroy.
-:The Def,1:,,e Lctittaiy con.;
at lene,,h with top advi7-
.ect,who flanked
,When,the '-'consultatiOna 'did
'not immediately" produte' an An Answers,"
swers," Answers," Blandford persisted:' "You
have nothing mind specifical-
ly to be eliminated?"
"r dont think we, have env ,blg
things in ,mincl to, dp," McElroy
renlied; f'1,", :
He' added"' that if there ,-were
such- 'things,' "we 'could resort' to
the ver ,broad r noweruot the
Secretory of 1.-Defense" ge!:
them, done..
'Normal transit'procedures; were
eitoecte,t to he.re-ore,-'' al-410
Locks this afteimonn after the re
placement of a mainshaft of ole
of the sea gates in the west lane
broke yv,terday afternoon.
.Traffid through the west- lock
chambers was restrictft !. while
the ,repairs were being -affected
by the oseof short chamber-lock.
eget. &Rite ships were delayed"as
much as five hours;
',Large shim(' were- o
'through on the east lane end shut
ler shins were routed.through the
west lane ',,,' using,' t, intermediate
gates in the lowe,r thambert
re shaft which' help 'turn, the
massive gateit, had been-in.-sem
lee since theCenal, wts ,opznedi
The shaft is eight inches in dia.
meter ond!about five feet long.
A oreliminary examinAion. of
the;break indleated thet, it war
causet by a flaw bt,the metal
which had been present for some
time ,
A disnlay of Items; and picture!
pertaining to the -early days, of
the Hotzl Washinzon and several
other Isthmian hotels has, been
erranord in the rpnal Zone Li.
ino,ted on the
first floor or the Civil Affert
Building. s
, exhibit lievhted to the Hotel
Washington is in the second light.
1'4 disolay easeThe items include
, the first register used at the hotel,
come of the table service and fur.
e4olines the time the hotel
netted, in 1913 and anany photo.
graphs.
, In, the first lighted caire in the
lobby of the Museum are items
devoted to other hotels. They in.
-elude a deed to the old Hotel Cell.
teal, which was presented to thi
Museum by the Isthmian Histor.
ieal Society, and photographs of I
construction dav dance ats ,- the
former ITotel Tivoli. -'
The exhibit will be on (Espial

,
,
)uld
crt.,
isal
fedi,
101'y
0.
last
lety
Otte
,nse
fa
Ines 1

. .
,
. .
,
.
.
..
. : ''', 1, ','
'
.
. i . .
. . .
, .
.
. . ,. .. '. . ...
, ..
,
,
. . . .
. ....,
. I
.
,
..
.
.
, . . ..
. , ,
, . ,
'
I
.
.
,
,
. f .
e
,
,
,
,
,
,
,

"-



F.
NAMA AntnIC.AN AN I
rrrNr,rxr r
,........'
-.

C t TWO

E

,:N

!!0,SiiogNa....1..
'

.
7v

Vle're in Fricndly Viatcrs'

'alter

,10

nc

110

4

' 1
ob. gZk

,,d"4;11 i
'or -up, , leo,-
.,........., ,. v
Z
77)6 ' -,,osil:::11b:17: 4
-, ve a,4( le
1
, -.----,-. coo;-. 9' -,..-4-
Y .' .... ----..----L-4------7-' ---..
"..". '' ''''..". el,4' 4.,....".'""' '''..:-. ..-' '...'
. 4 Como. ,.....

,.

if

1,,A,

, 1 .1

i6

1400,;,.
,
000e.
NEA SGrviet,

14 5 Ailments 1..6.holl 1.d.6.4
deuces ; 6 Oldest, 26 Closed car 41 Advise
: :15 Light hrowo 7 Scottishrivey 27 Shiny fabric 42 Nomad
'16 English city 8 Sew lightly ..211 'Upon ft 43 Heredity'
' 18 Sign Resound 29 Existed tmit
20 Make emends 10 Kind of light 31 Sign of 44 Footless
1.22 Identical
:11 Measures e Italian ear the zodiac 46 -- and
, or type, '17 Stiff ea a !fur!, 33 Tropical Films repose
24 Arrived 40 granular 59 Edtwatlor
19 Portents !' 4. 88 Like a .! 47 Midday
iNhcietwaOrld 1n:23 Assistant diVision 48 Number
28 -Q.. up a '1,1' 25 Prayers : f. snows group al
21 Observed 1 17 :1 'Mir
,

'30 Take ;
- vengeanee 4
4 12 Give ,. ')
34 Disordered :
35 Newspaper
executive
36 SuPerlative
mufti's
37 Bulk s
,-,, 39 Put that in
Your al and
smoke it ',
, 40 end
k dandy
41 -- for his
life ,
...'42 Over and
over
,
45 Gift
19 Printed anew'
. 51 Heel and
52 Soon
53 Comfort :
, 54 Weight unit
55 Couches :

11114 , t

V

Ailments : 'aiiiimmwhe 46.4.6.11
Oldest. 28 Closed car 41 Advise ;
Scottish river 27 Shiny fabric 42 Nomad
Sew lightly Upon ft 43 Iteredit77
Resound 29 Existed tmit
Kind of light : 31 Sign of 44 Footless
Italian city the zodiac s 48 -- and
Stiff as a 7.,-f.?', 31 Tropical palms repose ;!'
Portents 38 Like a 47 Midday
Assistant i'- diVision 48 Number :,
Arrived 40 granular 50 Educational
Prayerc, : v snows group lab.)

1111111 1121111 1111
11111 10111 MINN
MEM 111111111111101111111111111111
211111111111111111111110111111111111111
111121111111111OMMUMILI
1111111111111111' )
11111111111111111111111111111111
111111111101111LIMMAIMEN
inE111102111111
Millatillin12111111'
imulmnammil LOIN
21111111N MIN
MIMI MIMI ENE

fiT

THE PANANIA AMERICAN

Nan &WO MAK ISNID sty 1141 PANAMA AlormiCA144 Pais& ING.
liceemee ev WILSON POuieetleso..S. toe Wig .. 4
14A11000i0 ARIAL comet
113. N 'teary P 0 1114311 134 PANAMA. a. ON P.
:
leutPoievit 2-07410, iig Lime)
'' CANA Acostess. PAPAAFRICAN. P -,
iii....4.41414 eyelet, 11.170 CENTRAL NVINUI erreitys 12144 Awe 1110 SIVeleVe
pogesee geyeeepirrAtivagi JOSHUA I POWERS. 114C.
4 345 MADISON Avis. New Yong. 4171 14 Y. -4 4
LOCAL, 444 NAN
, Pee Pletere. 111 NOVANCIP a 1.70 0 I-50
Poe Pi SIONTHS. IN ADVANC. ; 4 -IP 10 ;'..- 15. 00
1'00 NV "VAN 11, Aevence

PAAll d

' ,, -,A , THE BRIDGE PAR111-', i
4
t Sir: , , , I
. Scene.Four married women ages '-'L--25-35- seated riround a
P bridge table. Game hasn't started as yet. Could be taking place
: in any home, club, or hotel In the Cana Ifoopez ot Panama.m
4 Tin le:-Any weekday afternoon. I ,,., , ,:'; t
Curtain is up. - - .. .--'- ;-- ,.:-' t ;''',1, ;
ILady I: Busy. Busy. Busy. What a pectic, vieca:, Idon't knosy
p how I am going to manage with two coffees, three bridge partieS
I this week, and bingo again tonight- ., -, .4,,, t i, ,
4 Lady 2:' You're right. I nearly missed Conlini today.' I hull
Iforgotten that the doctor wanted to see Billie this afternoon td
I, check on his ear infection. ;
: Lady 14.. What did you do? ' ,-
' Aady 2: Well you know my neighbor the one- who doesn't
1 drink or play bridge-- the -dead beat. yTell she. is going td
take him up for me, the sweet thing. tJ P.I't ?, ',' 1
lk : Lady 3: It's nice to have such considerate neighiors. I'm
6 having maid trouble again. You would--think -their In 1 year-and
1
i eight maids. could find one honest and hard working, Now shei
I complains that doing the wash., minding tour children, cleaning,
1' and cooking is too hard on her. Beforkil,mej1,0711'llere Linen Linenaged
aged Linenaged by myself easily." -, , -'
0 Lady I: I told you Tong ago your trouble. You're too good--
i
0 imagine paying $35 a month and having her' eat the same food
r as you besides. Come to my house and I'll shoW you how to hen hen4
4 hen4 die them. y,.q. ,
I Lady 3:, I agree. You've got to treat them Illte servants. --
Lady,4:, What's the program next month','at -the womants
: club? t ' ''''' " e",- I ' '
i Lady 2:,Drazy hats you know hovv mli6h Jun, that is.
i -: Lady 4: Are we still doing charity work in town? .. 't
!, Lady 2:- I'm not sure. ,
4 L-Lady I: Oh no! We stopped thal--- it was far too dePress-'
t ing to go into town and see those poortmfertunate peoplev.,.... ,,-,
I Lady 3: It's deplorable the conditions d,own there.
i Phone ring is heard in the room and a voice is heard to say
1 41vIrs. X is wanted to the phone '"41(,, ;,, -,- 1-o ft ei,,,,,,t1
r, Lady I:- (on the-phone): He caught his hand In the wringer?
ir Lady, I: Take it up to the doctor. (pause) You're there al al;
; al; ready and the doctor wants to see me? I'll be right up,.
t All the ladies:- Too bad. Miserable luck..,- ,, ',.,,,L
; . Lady I: Sorry T 'not rush off Iike this but wet see .-, each
Iii other again tomorrow. -,- ,, .. : I- '-',. iz,:;,,
Chdrus, of goodbyes in backgrotmd as curtain eloies.
'' . '' ' Playwright
-', ,, , '', ' ,'' --' I- "r'. 4 t 4; -,, ..
'' JUGGLING LOCALRATE CULTIME '' t
,,. ,,

"t".'tt

.
." Sir: '' ,
I D,P,PAMail Box, April 21) tstes that the Canal Zone t1
:administration' ,deliberatoly ingeles ,the cultural and economic c
tender& of the local-rate coromortitles. iind eitby pe pi, iwort,1114, r
..
: Pie rineipalship el.Paralso High School, I qfrrr,,the,,,f011swire-,. I
Athoughtel: .,, ...., ,, .,,,$,. ,, f, 1
00 0-,',,,,-.1 This-wa noti,an, instsnce of economie. turgylins. Thrt I
1 '''Prilicil5a1 bas,nothing to-do with, the, economic policies adopted ou
- f by the edmintstration. .-' ,
i i -- ,-,. r 2 -culturally', the principal is one of the most influentiql 11
I :men In our local-rate communities. A list of his activities: will ,.--
i show how much ,good Influence be wields. - ,, ,, I,
If N 3 Does the fact- that the princinal of Perniso High Scluiol
t does not have a college degree orciOnnt to r,Z adminiqtratiOn I
' luctvling of the tducational standortli, of the locel7rato emu, I
Z N
munitles? -If a college degree were the onlv standerd principals,
,
i,, should meet, ell college graduates wonM make wood princloals l.
' 1);12.P.'s arguments' are so inconsistent wit), the eysmnle he
;.
,0, offers us that I tend te doubt his intentions. Can he state in a 1
'',0 few words what it is that be really wiintA?
, I
:. , i iti .;',,' -:. v'. ,..-- Milifieknign,sit ,,,,,,,,It. 1
I -,,
, -' . -',VIDEO AND MARRIAGE .- i
'4, Sir: -.i. '., I I
- ..think.CFN does I treditable Tv Job l'ut I. have one big, i
: gripe.- Why don't they run ii, viewets' Doll and let iis Jist'our I
preferences regarding the timing of evening prograins? ...The IP5S
i
' invitetwreersstl n:atpero:rilakmo s ashhooaudi d ob: trhu ant 1 spsito. 11-1,:s t, -'::,,,-,E1 0,1 le ry' ,, :,,,e'r.v;e n itni!,,, ,,,$, a' 11
- Last Sundav Liberace came on before Wilco. I'm sure ail
similar probleni comes up. A say check theviewerce, preference,
, and schedule theni In that order. ,c, ., ,--','-' ( --f-
, Now for anOther imbject. -"Once Great Britain" (Mail Box,
1 April 9) -was cussed-and discussed in the Mail Box, and some
4, good points were made. He Win correct in his-, statement that
I 'mixed marriages present a terrifying Problem to' future genera.
"' tions. President Ike fanned an ember -thot was';:slowlv wcirkinic
I, for better race relations, -,Now it isn't safelo be a teacher in
, some schools in New York.,,..In these schools ateacher,places his
1 life in jeopardy if he sterny cOrrects some of the students, or
.
flunks' them. ' --' .: -'
- --Mace problems are becoming more conflicting ,,atu each- day
0 goes by, and there doesn't seem to be a -solution.,0-r,think- the
4 Mait-Box writer ,who stated recently that mbced marriages are
ifind if ,you are in love is out to lunch. If he is, Involved -,in a
, r01-0 aiartoivaeg en eoafs tdhui se tsoo,rtthe dporeng'tnapnitcyy hoitm:obrvuttgnI vf eoeml esno rrythefyorh :pis
, unfortunate offspring, should he be unlucky enough to have any,
' MOW anch,unhappy marriages were forced on unlucky colbred
I Pelted 0 be living with.. f
a lt, ,.:, 4- t -- - -. ,Strong,Dpiniens, ,
: 2 4;',;--- SAN ANTONIO BUGLE
. 01,....,',the cyclones are still with us, with no prospects of a let;11).
, Most of the dainage is along the' Texu-Oklahoma border, The
. rains are letting up; that looks good to the farmers.
, -1'hey talk depression;but asked-"Meritgrforrnordiarmitands
...,. than ever before. , .- ,,,.,
i The -People out of Work are not looking ef0,35',, Work-itut A,
, position,, , -- , ) '140 0 ,,,,'? -;, ,, ..
01 .,' .' pire took the biggest toll of recent deaths; but there still
artioo many in traffic due to speedhlg,and Wanting to pass the
... ,, other'car that is making 'the lithit or bettet-, .1-, 0 ,; ,-",
1
' -412' ,Since MY friend Arango took off to the hills for, his eyesight
N IlaaYe loSt,, my contact with Panamaapd all I,,-get is from mY
..7,, ,The Panama Canal Is our best deal sintilldwiteft's 91)11y-that
I '12a,ve,u11- Alasks,4 That has paid for Itself in fursalone.,We still
,, have, the- fish, minerals and forests of valuable' timber.' And I
- hope the Uranium deposit turns out well: for we need Something
. besides gasoline to power ouf planes:: Tllilitrfailtires7 ,'-'-',":':.
1
, Spring is on us, 'with its passing 80, degree mark yesterday,
f and promises same today.' ',, ,,, ,-,,, ,,t1., r, 4.
, t ''- Hailstorms, are destroying the crops irrthe Panhandle' and
i, southern Oklahoma. '., t ., , - 1
,
t A lot of the people arebiaming Eisenboirer forAhe depressibn
; ,and criticizing him on his golf. Seems to' !lie gait is ,more im0-
- portszt than, gOvertimentl- 0,---,","0,-." -r,"''-"m-s,-"0---","-----"0,,,,,'--
; Texas hu let some road contracts, and has plenty left i
. There is a lot pf asphalt in those, two4nountains -1.00-.
t miles west of here. Grind it up; roll it on a gravel road; pour
a few barrels of crude oil mit and you' haVe a 'toad. This is
t easy to repair while concrete is not -;,,,"-r,,5-,..,,,. -..,, ., i ,
) Believe my eyes are getting better, sotIMaY irite better
Inext, week. t ,. -.. i -,,,, -., .5,.
:. : .1 : ' ' "roP'',Wr.isbt. ,. I

iabor News
And
Comment

- 1
By VICTOR RIESEL
, ,...
''' The hearts of Flint (Mich.) are
among the softest in the land. Out
of their, concern over neighbors
who need a break during the next
few months of joblesssess, has
come the Fiint Formula to enable
laid off workers to continue to pay
for their ,homes, cars, retrigerat.,
ors and any- other installment put,
chases commg due...
b thdt city they believe that
job chases coming due.
In that city they believe that job.
lessness is temporary and that a
workingman's 'credit should n o t
melt with the winter snows. Thus
the Mayor, George Algoe, has set
ups the Unemployment Arbitration
Committee; which is part el the
bigger Unemployment Study Com Committee.
mittee. Committee. The human dignity ;this
Flint Formula has saved cannot
be measured alone.by the number
of pipces of furniaire, aPpliances,
cars and mortgages it hes bre-
stalled from foreclosure, seizure or
repossession. k. t ).-
- In thi:wordi of City pan panager,
ager, panager, Harold C.. Chirgwin,as he
described the committees' opera operations
tions operations to me, here) how they ftmc4
don: (
"Flint's UneMploment Study
Committee and its subcommittee,
tbe Unemployment',,,' Arbitration
Committee, is a joint voluntary et.
tort ot the administration, credit
inititutions unions and merchants
to devise, methods of forestalling
seizures, 'foreclosures and repos repossession
session repossession of propertys,purchased on
credit ferms by persons who have
lost work in the current recession.
,"The function of the parent com committee
mittee committee is to establish policies, gen-
eral procedures and a,ccept appli-
cations for assistance from debt-
ors.The A,rbitration Committee
reviews the requests for aid and
acts as a mediator between the
debtor and- creditor in in eirtirt to
work out mutually agreeable and
manageab'e terms for retirement
.
o:: the obligations,"
When auto layoffs made one out
of every 11 Flint workers jobless,
Bulek Local 599 hf the UnitedAu-
to Workers .Union petitioned .$ the -I
city for help:The firt, study torn- 1
mittee consisted of nine civic lead 1
ers, who were "representatives of
lending institutions., merchants, u,
nions, social agencies and area in- t
dustries," To this group the May: I
or. later 'added six presidents of c
local unions. g
They met ;and worked ;out Ile- 1
tails for processing workingmen's I
appeals -4or-4,credit and :turning i
them over to the second group,
the Arbitration' Committee. Then 1
a public meeting was called. -To
this wereinvited 250 area business
men and merchants.
The parent scommittee held this i
session "so the program could be
publicly underltood,and generally
acceptectIJ
"This committee was not design
ed as a refug(i ,for babitual dead deadbeats
beats deadbeats or -perennial poor credit
risks, but for, normally good cred.
it-rated individuals suffering tem temporary
porary temporary adversity," the City Mail.
ager told- me. A
"This is not a mratorium...bnt
rather a revising of payment
, schedules so that debtors can con continue
tinue continue to at least partially meet olk
, ligations without fear of court ac..1
tion or credit agency dunning."
, Under the Flint Formula, a job-.
, less worker goes either to his u-nion
headquarters or City Hall for
a special application blink; 'On
',this for,m, the,,workerlists,ail, his
creditors,'how much le owes each,
how much he must pay weekly or
monthly and how,inany payments
! he is behincL ,,
Now what ts most important is
L I listing ot the mount he can pay
; and the reaction of his creditors
, to his proposal, for cutting or de-,
i laying payments.
After he gets theblank the debtor
must co to each of his treditors.
Then if they can't agree on new
type payments1 the jobless worker
goes back to the Arbitration Com Committee
mittee Committee forfhelli. dr;
' But in a great many casei this
; last step hastn't been fnecesarY.
"One of the benefit!' of the
Prograll
s anticipated,' -le City Man Manager
ager Manager said the, other day." Expe.,
rience to (steles shown that ma ma,
, ma, ev ponlicantg enllad on their c7pd
blankss and hey resolved heir
e itors after securing : application
blanks and they resolved the'r
t problems without requiring t h e
Y services of the Arbitration Conf Conf.
. Conf. mittee."
The gm-A neighbor policy' in tne
LI Flint Formula ig expected to
soreari across the land until we
F. ride this sipmp.put,this stonmer,',

,

TWO AIRMEN KILLED --,
' LAON, France (UP)--t.S. Air
Force oficials yesterday
closed the identities of two Amer American
ican American airmen .who ere 'kill ed
Tuesday when their atitomobile
tan Off the high-Wit near the U.S.
base on the.outskirts IA Loan. The
victims were Airman 2-C Harold
E. Cord, 22, of -Cambridge, Iowa,
and Airman 2.0 Robert Al Brown,
o' Campbell. Calif. Officials said
Cord was killed instantly. Brown
died of his injuries et the base
hospital. 7 ,,
,

LOVE LEITERS -To A i
COLYUMIST.

The mail brought numerouslet.
"tent (and telegrams) thanking us'
for "The Drama of Lana T u r r,ner".
,ner". r,ner". .0ne Of the first wires
came from Pilar and .lohn Wayne,
Ile's the movie star. r"Dear Wal.
ter:' it says, "every day of 'our
fife-we love you. But for Lana
our heart"; .Seymour Felix, the
Hollywood and B'way producer (of
girl shows and films), sent a si.
milar telegram,. Teen agers
and ndults (families, too) lent
words of sympatico for 1...ana
we plan to deliver them to hie r
when she feels more like Lana..
.The only,, letter of condemna
tion for us (and Lana Turner)
came from former film star Glo Gloria
ria Gloria Swanson. .She wrote a long
diatribe: egainst up,,bothf-,
tSitranon'neefi 1101D. Miss (,Sytitia".
son's Indictment in part): ,'
' "Elsa Maxwell on the Pear
show said you never voted or reg.
istered and she i, said., she 'Can
prove it." (Editor's Note: Elsa
can't prove it, at Mr. Winchell
ir a- registered Voter in N.Y.,!Civ,
ty and he has voted),', -M ti
snake oil in Swanson'a mad let;
'ter; Mco matter how you dish it,
vou are through, Walter. Ever
one know it. Lana Turner -has
never done anything worth while
in her life. There is nothing god godly'
ly' godly' about ybu though you preach
a lot. You are so old Walter, and
getting silly. You run around tr0
Ing to rim everYthinn thq, way you
once did in N.Y. and Washington.
They don't read your column 'a 'anyway.
nyway. 'anyway. .r .As for Lans's future;
the Lard win tRke 'care bf -that
and all your snivelinctomments
ion On deatt earl. 4a, t
,,"Yott are trying, to ,,ivhitewash
' Cheryl's terrible otrima' to move
You still have power. Yotr won't
face At. kis another 'fellow's turn
and you are ready to retire. Lana
Turner has' made' event mistake
in the books with, every advan.
tage nospible. After:the ifirst Burg:,
1 ing smash of mobt symnhathy she
will be nothing. Yott have croat.
, ed, More. enemies for, her' than
friends. They resent Your, caalstt caalsttdoOdledbbing'
doOdledbbing' caalsttdoOdledbbing' but hi BtiverlY Pills.
: Walter. 1.4 Lana work ,out e r,
own nroblams and lloherts Sher Sherwood
wood Sherwood Let's Itsve littb) r' More
humility from ,yon. t You
throviah, waiter; ond have.- been.
1
r All the newsnavertnett agree tind
all the neonle .and you never not.
ed. IlsoR youtaken overt be Vev.
erly Poltatt Dent,' orititit at at!
! at! tempting to?'Let'a :Ate la facts.
o The nnit, trtithful statement
e the whole' Lana column .was that
gile dons tvear flannel filiibtamanit.
: t alao'bear You amassed f
lune and Rre suddenly senile, or
r afraid of the Lord's table pf eon.
I seouences, which? I also hear
- You don't. nut your m oney int
banks." Ed. Note: Lyle was
e once wed to a kin of Miss Swan.
1. sen's):.'"Laria snent once
e telling me what ,tt bad influence
d others in her familv were on Cbe
r, ryl. Atcidents can batmen through
1, the courtroom apne,ranee fun fund
d fund trained knowledge being what It
keln bv bar lawvar'k floatage.
e Nauseating. ghe teallY isn't an
actress. Gloria Swanson." '',
,

I

,,
; P 1. A-
it
rA4s wo iald 'in the "DriMa of
Lana" cotturin'Cand about Ingrid
Bergman) i All ipt us should be a.
bit to understand sinners -:.since
none' of us are saints. .We. are
reprinting' the following I Ili s
which (tor reasons ot space, we.
suppose)7the L.A. Herald-Expres
,syndicut: :The philosophers ot the
world have 'always understood ter,
tain basic imperfectiobs. Passion
frequently dominates conscience,
Moral sentiments are' not always
as attractive as -, physfcal iensa iensations.
tions. iensations. And temptation often' repre represents
sents represents a greater,. force,than ,,w i r.4
dom." ',, , .., ',,, ,1, ; -,, K 7,1
":' To, Our Editorif We rettirited, the
Lane Turner passport to ,S t 0 V e
Crane's lawyer:7 Arthur .I. Crow.:
' ley, for relay to' Lana...We hand.
ed an FBI rash the late .4 o h n
Stompanato); 'passport to ', return
to the &tate Deptr. :Storqpanitti
litif-,:, J' 'A lit;, ,4,., ,114" "0-, i
, 4, t'v;t1 ; ft ,,

COMEIN AND SEE CIER.19511
1;,"AroOnd thWnelock
., with Color"
decOratinir'h oklet

LY' Low;.1,
, SHEEN ,,-- BETTER
COVERIN MilliTO-PAINT
' SHRFACES
, s

And new beautiful colors,
,
!Oil!. Poi the Walrpolinf
giVei yOu 'everything; try t,
, 10079 lOte SPRED Skriht
, ,
tboay furnesT7'.na odors,
,''tuoranteed Washable.' pries
in 20 If
-GLIDDEN 'FANO." S.Aj
National Ave... tel. 3-7711
OEG2 'NOTEY;
'Central Ave., Tel. 1-0140
' MATERIALES -DE
CONSTRUCCION, 'SJIL
: Tel. 6'2g
ARIAS, T David 1

'144 4.
144(014010t

,(041T

1,7

-Authori
.ties lassume he held it to keep
'Phis ',meal ticket" front leaving
the. country without him-; '-We
have,all the,, recently ,published
leAcra Lana' wrote her lover. In a
safety Alepo-sit box, 4Awaiting
'word from' ,Mis's Turner' on wheth whether
er whether ,or 'not-she wan:s. them, bac or
burnecl-rso no one can profit
from them-
,

,
Lotter from 4 Logan Gourley ,of P
the ,,L6ndon (England),Dally., 'Ex
,press,:,i'T,want, to thantc--you-. for u
the tribute- you.maid to ,my court. t
toy, the other ,nigh:t rfrOril the Mo, 11
cattibo ',stge,,, I fttink :,should
also be-thanked op finding a sing. 71,1
er fice falened Roberta., Sher., ;I'
wood.- I 'wilteertainty, follow yOuf
suggestion' and tell Val Parnell
he' should bring !lento ,the- Lon; 1
-doa, Papadhim.,,Sho giomet ,of,
4Grliritt ct
pields.tbut,'of she',114.,, an
originalJ1'
1
"May'l,say,-as a -fellow co u
how interestel I, wa l bv t
your oiece' on tantr, Turner In the t
T,o lo,fteles .1Ierald-EXpress Sin. (
cerely.r't,A,,4 1
aft. Gourfeli'r anornclatinn- (1-'0
wht Abottf, thn'',13ritish
hntir 4,0flo!t, 1
t-fitler' Nazis were 131itziett ton,
don: Comntry..--, ;
renet it pow!""Aurton
ls'r1 befre it ',feetinef of 41, tic
Pirgteta fftentattsk).
",,hihn he -14414!
,
Irho:-.'tisx the nrini i101Prg
.010- Mr;'1.81i -tiviirent
t,,,n 40.og"or.'.4 uqt,,,wat.
fir,- WinchelP;',,11,,,,, ,,':Thrn
1 te,31" 1",it)" hia. witti hie 'Nit-,
rlie,oceIVhteh,,ttf,4 ad, bonn4
-my iso,;41- S,
-Ie..; poi) ,IErtnwe
lit4; -,1Nrj,,.116111 fv.: 'th
troo fit illet 7."it'irll itrtt..t ,'
4714 f0,rf broft44 Ave ,rnb,ti
-4,;r1-41F to tft birnt and ll
ens4iiree'd tiro Pion o;
,
r, 1)11:11, or pthr )4toortcna -Who
tha 15y;;,11 nort.t.in
1.41 th;1,,wrornarlrf,b1. nni,n1';.t t t t,roitro
,roitro t,roitro r"Y 14 their par
t' lebt,!"..4 s,
Tiomo
it,,'0,0,1,sm Ant
t
:1"0,,k,r6,41.0,f3,1p4 tov6A0 vb,..1, .417-N:4
1,0140, trrirt l'410.1,41,'11 411101
1 1111r..41.1g,; bAn
TortAn, tnret 1,ofern f.li
verl th.f i!sioifi11',nitIn., f4 ,1101,sati
fill,0;47111Pf:Ord? 1101Ter 4t
volre, 4P1,Poi,th."1
,
11,ie Inn41 before hie- entlift-ry .clid.
Ifightp., Ikloliwtbatten'.
s. ,s
, '' m-
to".4.
NtIornitt tlyoehinfotio:
iitr444 .who4-h4
e,ished, tn 'tsominenit
.11...-00,9 'pa Itir(At-e,p
hs', been indietedi 'by, a ,tredetel
rirresf.1.1,irr cfPloe fot
assn1u14eft a-- FS,40rof 'rerentic 4a.
is
p foenrivo, Itrro114' 11,1,
,ts,,t1 'Irmo toritylli;or".t. pirmot
,11 with14. s' few ; wealrq
enhoo i,111 have his ftny In court.;
ve-' vr;11- teA,' t. P
ettrntene;s betWeen', the, 110,ftet
th4A'rtrAirsti"..gitleetlit yotirs,
Commissioner-I-In Anslinger

lik,

, .. 0
1
;- WASHINGTON It isn't suppos Bac
ed to be knovn, but the hat is oi, a so
, the Justice Department tor anoto Ike. I
er bia compromise in an antitrus man
k,
ease.lt involves the price of gas to Greg(
, ,... millions ci; people. -- 3 Ill
- Secret hudd es have been tak. the I
, : ing place in the Justice Depart- Wh'
,. meat to stop a grand Jury now alien
f meetinv in Milwaukee which Is ne ha
)
' eonsiderng criminal indictments a- Dem
gainst the big three which supply Mel
,, gas to Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin, tier I
1 Michigan and Minnesota to tht
'' ) Four of the big,gest law firms in and I
s,, the' countri represent the gAs the e
- ; companiest'Sullivan and Cromwell Push(
the tormer firm of John Foster Prsi
- ulles; the Tom Dewey law'l firm Ain
I ,',- :, in New York; Sidley,, Austin, Bur. mere
i .' gess and Smith of Chicago; andi suath
i Cravatk Waine am:Moore of Newlin at
'-- .-. York. ,. ,, , ,, way

WASHINGTON It isn't suppos Back in Washing Ion, .fcGregar
the Justice Department tor anota- Ike. First, assistant president Sher
ed to be knovtn, bat the hat is oi, a so received a patine ra.1 Joni
er bia compromise in an antitrus man Adams phoned and asked Mc McGregor
Gregor McGregor to remain in his oince for
case.lt involves the price of gas to
millions oi people. 30 minutes to await a call from
Secret hudd es have been tak. the President.
ing place in the Justice Depart- When Ike got on the Thone, he
ment to stop a grand Jury nOW repeated the same arguments tha
meetingl in Milwaukee which is ne had given to Arenos a gainst the
gainst the big three which supply McGregor, who nas been a baL
tier for better highways, gave is
considerng criminal indictments a. Democrats' highway VI.
gas to Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin,
., Four of the big,gest law firms in and tried to sidetrack the bill. la
Michigan and Minnesota. -- to the Plesicient s personal plea
the' countri represent the gAs the end, however, the Democrats
companies: 'Sullivan and Cromwell Pushed through tneir bill and the
the tormer firm of John Foster President reluctantly signed it
firm Note IL was Secretary of Com-
pulles; the Tom Dewey law'l
merce Sinclair Weeks who per perm
m perm New York; Sidley,, Austin, Bur Burgess
gess Burgess and Smith of Chicago; 'and suaded Ike to intervene personalty
in an -attempt to b ock the' high
Cravatlf. Waine aneMoore of New
York. :. ,,,,, ... ,. ,, way bill. Weeks was opposed to
. , ,, -I -:. - ', the financing provisions and Alm
' Twice befori, .' this case came l ban against billboards:- Under
i
up tor proseeutioa, and twice it Weeks' prompting, Ike told Con Conwas
was Conwas suddenly ca led of.. One one gressional leaders privately -. that.
occasion the Justice,Department's he ,would never again sign a bill
Antitrust Division even had a press requiring the states to raise only ,,
release prepared,. and was ready 'one-third of the revenue; t,
to file a hill of complaint on July, i:.', wi ', .-,- -,; 1; ,,T' t, ,:' ',' .-,' .1, 44. i : t
8, 1957, in the Lt.S. District,Court ( ,-,MIXON-GO-ROUND -7-:-;.,
in Milwaukee, Suddenly the press --: :, -,,,; , ,,,-....!
release vas withdrawn -And t h.,e Vice: Preildent Nixon's private'
complaint was held back. :-- ',:,-- comments about American loreign
The case is-against the Alfieri- policy are almost as critical as the
iin Natural Gas Co. Peoples Gss4 Democrats'. public comments. Nix-:
i
Light 'and Coker, represented. by: on 'admits -America hai; sipped la
the Dewey,law,firm, and Northern world.leadership; blames, it uPon
Natueal Gas, a I Luder investiga- Secretary of State- Dune. 'Nixon
tion. for conspiring to prevent Ten- complains that Dulles lacks imagi imaginessee
nessee imaginessee Gas Transmission f r 0 til nation,' is 'unwilling 'to talee bold
supplying gas,to,,the nortil.tentrtil' diplomatic gambles ...'..,The -Vico
ai,-1.-- i,....., .---ii.... 1..1,4..... ',...... n-

. -- --...-----, run,,,A, winuirow. nix.
Light and Coket, represented. by, on 'admits -America h $ ipp'e
the Deweylaw lirm, and Northern world leadership, blitma e'it- udpoula
Natueal Gas, a 1 Luder investiga- Secretary of State- Dullea'S. 'Nixon
,tion, for conspiring to prevent. Ten- complains that Dulles lacks im gi
nessee Gas Transmission f r 0 la nation,' is unwilling to tak'a boa Id.
tith; lercnil-n
supplying las, to-the sortll -central diplomatic ga bles .. 'The Vi
states from a pipeline linking Can- President elaimms Pul. ni y' c:
now that. Harold' St a
ada with Texas.' , , I t tore with g to mce .c.usassiRaki bit.
assen is
disliked Stassen so intense.
no longer disarmament negotiator.
that the Secretary
NialteurrralainiGaPs'r.casinddenbrt oetht elir.ro-f IlvD2o7ll'ex
sEisenhower's assistant director of
off the main Communist threat, today
cthhti ell guod! he ta dwhaOn-1;apnp,olinort mmenayt owr i th.ofl, olpYlirisNoosinxactoinsrseaaa,Y,ssoson'os s..i:111,..;xso ;ino rb el, el rvoet yip
Assistant Attorney General Victor
endatriaotn,s banndderomurintinagti,n, ,tAhme.
Hansen Monday to try to call
tilePrdgicst
erican neighbors .t. The Vice rtesi
ident 'blames the Indopesian revo t
, ',1",. -,',',-----', 71 ', , tniseuatrimai
ion: Ibis tim&PeW At:
torney. General Rogers ,will ,.not
'yield to big utility yressure, --
tares privately that Indonesia.Was
,, ,,, 4 , ,,,,,,4,,., ., .. : upon political' immaturity.. He dec decnot
not decnot fit for elfgovernMent .:.' After
,1 11(.,E;S, P,P10;N.i.:C:A;17.11.5. :: --;
listening to Nixon's snap conch'.
4 Inside story can now be tola hOw
sions about the countries he 1, has
President Eisenhower got on the visited, experts' describe bis reac reactelephone
telephone reactelephone to CongressiOW 'olden
,I s,ightseer."
tins as those rf s '"superficial
in a last.minutetotte:rmt to block
.., Nixon ii so, 'con 11
ttoh et hhei g Whwhai tve bHijoi ubseef cloer i lit ilcs arse IsuccnttA ''' : t: .$1 I 1' ' ' ' ''" ''' he

toroey, General Rogers will 0 t
yield to big utility ,pressure,
IKE'S PHONE CALLS
4 Inside story can now be told how
President Eisenhower got on, the
telephone to Cengressiona, lenders
in a lastminutetotte:npt to block
the highway' bill before it was sent,
to the White House ,for his reluct,

DRIW PIAKS:M

iis holding up personai plans tor -sant
-

i i''....th. 7 f 11 ' tf
e ore e, Ina ouse vo o, The, a roa ,
ITALIANS SEIZE DOPE : -'1 ,
vaned Illinois, Congressman Les triP: b. d . --.'s -- -7:-;:"7--77- 7
..
,
rends,- theillepublican -whip,', and '-' ' ' l''". '"' "'
rged himito send the -bill back to
le PubliCi liTtorks Commitees for -,'-' -',., -: :;',,,'fr.
,,0-1,04,0,,-1,.., ,,.,,-,.. ,, q i -, ,,,, HOME (10) -, Italian pOlie(011
The PresIgleit Ointained that he Pesterday, reported snizure.,A of
anted' betterjaighkyays hut oS. 9384,000 worth of coc'aine a n d
.et,ett to tinaricing Om outlof eit heroin in'a raid on a room in the
nt cash. He thought a highway Romp. Young'Men'y Christian As.
tnd should be' raised first by tax- sociation hotel. Two men,, identi.
ie Lires and gaso'ine. - !,,, fled es 1 Mohammed Kagara,' a
'He also difin't like the Demo- Syriin,',,,and' Mohammeh .Asghar,
rate.. plan to ,Idire the- states, '29. were:arrested, POlice said Ital.
a pay only one-third of the ligh- ian;:agents had trailed the two
ray cost. He preferred a filty.fif., metr'since they arrtVed in Atilt"
1
y. grrangement. .i ,, ',.- ,,: ',- about -20 days ggo, ,, .1 , 4

anroad.
Before thelinal House votn, Ike FIP
ITALIANS S E I
phoned Illinois, Congressman Les : .7"----
Arends,- theillepublican -whip;, and '' '
urged him to send the bill back to
the Pub liOi liTtorks Commiteee for '' ''''
11-.4-$,,,p,,,,i1.4,..', ,-, ',.4 ,. q i -t, ,,,, ROME (UP)
.The Pres ;44 t'intained that he Pesterday, ', re
wanted' betterjlighkyays but O.- $384,000 wort'
jected to financing them outl of cit heroin in' a ra
rent cash. He tholight a highway Romp. Young'
fund should be' raised first by tax- sociation hot&
hie tires and gaso'ine. - !,,, fled ns I Rob
'He also dion't like the. Demo- Svriirt,':,,art4' I
crats'. plan to .1dire the- states, '29,. were: strew
to pay only one-third of the ligh- ian:,!agents Im
I
way cost. He preferred a filty-fi,f mett'' since th

ty- arrangement. ,
Arends promised to sidetrack the
bill if possible and hastily put
through a ,19ng-distance can, to
Congressman lorry Menregme. ton
Renublican on the Public Works
committee, who had gone home to
West Lafayette,' O., ahead ,of the
Easter vacation,' Arends asked
McGregor to ,come hack to Wash Washington
ington Washington to help maneuver the high highway
way highway bill back into committee, ,

0, AC11088 le
,
1 Tit for. 57
4 The
8 Nota 0-- 1
'12 Chemici1 2
suftlx 3
' r 13 Feminine r
'minx :
:!: 14 .;

High aptes
Abstract bethg
DQINN '7;
garri (colL)
---6 Ladd
Most
sensitive. ,,'
Fruits

GIVEN' TRUCK CONTRACT
' NEW YORK (UP) Cu iss issWright
Wright issWright Corp. ysterday announced
receipts of a $40 million army
con:Tact for- 5.004 truckS. to be
nroduced in Studebaker Tackard
olants which Curtiss-Wright
operates under a., mana;ensient
,.,contract.,

: Answer to Previous Puzzle

'

b
1
, 0

: t
o
,
:
1
;
;1:
;;,F

tr
I
rt
ol
t

4
1
' f
i II(
tb
! to
r t ct
1
i

juGGLING LOCAL
Str:

, wm .

.:01.- tZ:;) ,.
- '.
IISPRED ,',!: ,.. ,';
.,
,,,,,,,.. airt3:1111710.5
,
---- a rr
(
1 ,.:-.
1 -.. ,,t I c 4LS
.. PlIED
----
.
, timot ralt4T!!
' lial ,
' :-. :'' I ,,,,:- ,t
, new formula ',,I,
p
...,.4..4A..4,,,,,., .. ..,,,.
: ri; i,
..,
p
d ',. iii, ill
, El l'NEW' ItIVELY LOW ,.
.,, ,, q SHEEN !--., BETTER, .,-.: i,
, .
B COVERING FOR HARD- ':,
,
, TO-PAINT SURFACES
, i s

I 1
, ,,4
..-, .1
..0- 1

, -- -- .
,, re .111, "Tao 1111 ADVANCE
J
I'''' r 'li
i ' i4,.. '
' '' A TR
Sir
' Scene:,Four married
f bridge table. Game hasn
g i..,. ........ VIAInek a '.. 0111h nr lint

,
.

,
sA;

P
,,F1

,. ,','At-,N
L ',

11
:,'::1,-1- ; i,-;:rv 1
, --. i
v i)
.
.
6
, 11 ri ti. :
., .: ..,a,
, ,, I I

,
,

.1100011110mon.
r,
.
.
.
,
' :., :r t

r
i;1
,.
,,
.,
L
,
.:.,

.

. . - -4,- ------'" '-
.s s s' ,, ',.',
0 rj, 1 s .4' '.4
mt., t .. ,:

1



rvar
r
tY, A:-
NOW
1MINIMME111100A1M000100nOW.M.00

r.r; A7,11 A7 C!,7; AN IN: Lr:'I

;r.,

1;t4r1:-!1

et spra

100,Pure Cashmee Twin-Sets
CARDIGAN ANp SHORT SLEEVE PULLOVER
- Clatsic style in white, blue, pink,' black,
champagne. Size 32 to 42.
' Regularly 32.95 ,

:4

NOW from.

,
,, Made, bottled and sealed in France.
'', Colognes and' Toiletries' I. ;1,,:
- Drastically reduced ,

RAYON

2nd Floor

el
iv T .g
-.1101V
95, net ',
.
tallan 100'5Y' WOOL Sweaters
' .,.. For Travel and Evening Wear
. .DRA-STICALLY REDUCED
.

YOH HAVE BEEN DREAMINli .ABOLIT:;-fiONV: AT rGIVE-AWAY' PRICES
, , ;i, For Casuit-Wear-:-Forme'riy frotli 0.95. to 36.00'
,
: : '1: N OW Tiom 4.95 to' 14.95 :' .'

For Afternoonand tocktail-Wear' Formerly tram 19.95 to 69.95
: NOW Froml 95 to 35 00'
4 t, ,
For Evening and Dinner-WearFormerly from 25 00 t 95 00
'' NOW From 10.95 to 45.00 4

'.MATERNITY, DRESSES:.F9r all occailons
,
:: NOW Froin'4.95::".:-)

'A A ; ; - "- '
!. :TRAVEL' SUITS10000'Woot or Lighi Weight foe Spring- inct Stinlener4'!

Pepp' HETS
. and ''Percalt--,
, In white;', pistol,: colors, and stripes ,
"'' AT SPECIALLY LOW PRICES. : :
MARTEX- TOWELS
Extra, large Ike Bath' Towel .24)(46.; :.
Fligular Size :Bath TOwei :22x44 .: ';

Our Second Floor

NOW from

,
LADrEs
,,
AND, TEENAGERS
,
Famous Swiss 'Fancy WATCHES
Fully tested Black, green,
navy, white blue. Matching
bands. Ogiginalv S.95
SALE 5.95y

31EN'. S' At IND-A011Tit
. : Waterproof SWiss
: WATCHES---Pnlii tested.' Watek-.
proof luminous dials-17 Jewels
stainlesi s, steel back-4UB. 11.95 :

Gold PlatedRek.

LADIES HANDBAGS
: : ,,;to A -,Ar7:,
In liather striwe
t
FOr Daytime 'or, Evening

?'

NEST MAKES ONLY -
N NYLON,
COTTO ,
S
Ha Haps ......Sale 1,75 f -1' ; Sale'0.50
, Safe 0.95
' Pajamas ...Sale 2.50 Trunks
: r
r;13-ah.y. -295 Halfslips Sate 1.95
' ',Nightgowns ,." Sale 2.95
;. ,

COM KITE IA ES FOR BOYS 'AND GIRLS
: Back to 4600l-or Vacation, CI Othes
DRASTICALLY REDLICED'::.'
. !!L

-- FINE NYLON
,
STOCKINgS
Full Fashioned 4
First Qua lits
Sheer 51-15 ,
Lovely Colors
Regularly 110

,
,G GA' E
'FINEST'MAKES ONLYA11:1-LIGH.tt
-,,, .,..,...
, ,,.,
. ,' 20 to 25 off!

rP1

410",
4. 4

TWO ROOK SERGEANTS,' MSgt. Frank -,' ,Carroll,left,' NCO in charge- of-the periodit'
Maintenance dock, and Si Sgt.. Floyd E. Posey,. center, 'estimate repairman,,-of the Aircraft
maintenance section;recently received certificates and cash awards for their military' job sagA
gestions. ,Maj. William L. Witham, aircraft maintenance officer, 5700th' Materiel Squadron,
:, made the presentation.(Official USAF Frottel
-:' I I 'Pfi' '11

);,-1,. Since the days of Carrie Nation,
,;,,,public officials have had a healthy
w.'respeet for the organized, wrath
American womanhood :
, It has become one of the axioms
,,,,of U.S. 'politics that the surest
,,,way to get action on a social re,.
- form is te get the women and
especially the church women
,s,,aroused about it. , .; :
tIrilrair 'warning is hereby 'served
.7-on civic functionaries that this po..
,tent force is again being mobilized
communities across t,he nation.
,,Its;,,,target this time is slum
housing. : ', ; : :
,
, ,,'' The mobilizing is being done by
United ,Church Women, a 'depart.
ment 6t the National Connell of
.,..thurches which represents some
10 million, women in 34 Major
!,' ,,Frotestant denominations.
poll 1-1,1e,1
41 ;, 't Local 'Activity
: 1.' ; IrsL.: :
36 ,thited ,,C-11 me has
Lathes'', AN! Societieti
Women's' Alixiliarie'
000 congregations-4o take on the
lob of ,Halerting their communities
, to, the 1, urgent need" t for' 'slum
-. clearance; low.cost housing,' -and
' neighborhood rehabilitation .proj,.
.ie
tit:,
Next,',Friday (May 2) church
' ,'
bliyomen a organizations in scores
, 4,ot:cities will sponsor l'comc and
'1 '-,'-see tours" of the slums1 This idea
as originated by the church
, women, of ,Annapolis, Md.,- several
: years ago.. .: f: ,;
, : it.' i- e'eir
: durch women- have- learned
that the actual sights:and:Amelia t

of the 'slums are the mos't eloquent 1 ,,: If Sny 'civic leader remains ult.
for community improvement pro.' convinced after a first hand M.
grams. .. ': ,- , spectimr sf the blighted areas of
his : city. the ,'. ladies are armed
, ,
7,77 ,-., ,, ,--77-!...- ,. ,. with,' facts and ', figures. I These,
T. , .., ,11. . ,..' I f.,. ,:7,. ,,1 show, how the ''slums serve as
', '.1 r ,, -..., breeding grounds for crite; juv
' ste?"11.- ,:.., f
, .,,,,A -0," i enile delinquency, narcotics addle addler
r addler tion and disease. They document
, it t ,, t 1
) ,,,,, ..0.- ) the incTedible overcrowding, the
: lack 4 privacy and sanitation,
, 1,
t
4 ''' 4 conditions that prevail in' run
,:. ,,,,, ..,t i -,.. g down sections. , ',' ,, "',-.

.

,
f"STUCK DUCK It snows
ducks on Mount Baldy,
Mary'Silvers holds one of a
, flock forced down,,on ski4 lifts
Lwben Iheir Wings iced UP.' 4,',

4 at
In

' Victory Not Easy :
. No woman's organization which
joins the trattle for decent housing
should expect ,to win a victory
with one "come and see tour." In
churc h' women en.,
countered strenuous opposition,
ridicule,' even threats when they
began, badgering CO Council to
clean upjthe slums.; With the help
of a local newspaper, however,
they managed to get the issue be.
fore the public, and keep it alive.
Annapolis k is,,now 'undertaking a
slum clearance. and low-cost pub public
lic public housing project. ,
-
, kGrand Rapids,1 Mich.), and in
Portlandvt Ore.;,1- church women
have directed'their'Ittack
ily stitaciall,a'nd religious discrim.
ination housing which forces
minority groups into high; rent
ghettoes. ,t, r
Miss Ester- Stamats, social 're.
lations director 'of Urf.ted Church
Women, said the women are in
this fight 'to stay.t ,-
"They have seen for them.
selves the scandalous Conditions
that exist in the slums," she said.
"They know that no WOMIM can
give her children the right kind of
home, life in such surroundings.
They do not, see any excuse oIr
the richest nation on earth to let
10 million families. I ive, in sub.
'standard housing.", :

v'e'n on' humid ,days

YOur hair Lecps its curl tet with Satin-Set s Humid days just won't

Saiii;et' eitils. Now' ',',,,,'Irunlidexis; exclUsive Revloimoisture-guard, invisibly
,- locks curls to stay curls that stay so and prulgy, ,too ) ,,
- ;,,:r ,
Pin curt, Con:d; Is. in! Pul'eurls in anyWafyour balt pleasesl YOu can set s'
hair as you 'always dO Then spray wall 'SatinSet, Curls old. even when
your
aUtl tiU"midrAiid'wItliO"uf 6;;Z:sficky tacciuert

IF, rti 11 r 7 - -- 7 I;
ligt.)1..,.. .,, 16 1
r-----: '(,,, A t f , ..... ,,, .1 a I
11 r 1 1, .1 k...:0,,t1 ...." Ad ,, ,s
I 1 s ) I
'I' AZVZS s rnri::::4 ''' -' I I
i 1 II, rmt1.0 j, .,,,f,.

HOLLYWOOD (NEA)-- Behind
the Screen: 'Please pass the LSD
hasn't replaced "Please pass the
salt" at Hollywood luncheon and
dinner tables. No Hollywood song songwriter
writer songwriter is composing "I'm Going
Out of This World With LSD and
You." And I haven't heard of a
young actor Liking the name of
LSD. Jones. -
- If you haven't heard about LSD
you haven't been reading your
newspapers. It's a new "hallucina "hallucination"
tion" "hallucination" drug and pill.happy denizens
of Hollywood's dream factories, I
suspect, are drooling.
On one-tenth of a milligram of
LSD, A University of Southern Ca CaMord&
Mord& CaMord& beiochemist reports he
made a journey. into a "dream "dreamlike
like "dreamlike world of extraordinary and
weird hallucinations in, which
observed things different1)4 from
normal." t,

OBSERVING THINGS ditlieront
ly from no mat has been Holly Hollywood's
wood's Hollywood's stock in trade for years
and in this. out.of-the world age
the possible box-office wallop -of
LSD, I guess,. can't be ignored.
It may become as important as
yip pills and tranouilizers in Hol Hollywood.
lywood. Hollywood. where. people take pills
for everything.
It's frightening, though, think thinking
ing thinking about Jerry Lewis 'and Jayne
Mansfield on ,the stuff. Or pre predictino
dictino predictino what would happen after
an ISD Cocktail Party two
tenthsk of a milligram to a cus customer
tomer customer at the Screen yriters
Gelid.
-Or does LSD explain nib ie.
cent film es 4.1 Was a Teen-Age
Werewolf'? ',
Hollywood and Grapevine: -Bing
Corsby's winter vacation in Palm 1
Springs won him Hollywood's Best
Golfer title. He captured two big
.tournaments' there the Thund.
erbird and Eldorado .during the
last month. And everyone thought
he was on his honeymoon... Pals
of Anna Maria Alberghettt are pre
dieting she'll wed,Carey Mssuire.
a Dallas businessman.; Erin 0'.
Brien and Ann Sother are follow following
ing following the trend they'll record
their, first rock 'nt roll..songs..0M
radio.shows joining old movies in
the race for public favor is mon money
ey money In the bank ,for Lum and Abn
pr (Chet Laud' and Norris Goff),
TheY .are reissuing almost 2,000
of their old euarterhour radio
shows, Goff now selling real
estate, La Jolla, Calif, and
Lauck is an oil tompany public
relations counsel. ,
'
1HE ANNUAL -Screen Writers
Award Dinner, the other night
had the, year'S ,best act.
' Padded by a studio- wardrobe
department, Nanette Fabray, Ma..
ry McCarty and Shirley Mactaine
stooped the show la Italian movie
queens, warbling: t.
"Silisno; Sophia and 0ina,lutel
Six Hills of Rome."
THE NEW LOOK In movie 'ex 'exhibition,
hibition, 'exhibition, it seems to me, is; re reverthl
verthl reverthl back to the' old dayi ,when
the circus came to doWn..,There
was the tbig top,, with its great
acts'-and its glanor, but before
you, arrived' there you had :P., to
pail the sideshows on the midway.
The midway,. for the mobid ,and
'Curious, featured bearded ladis
and sword swallowers and th'e
fellow billed "Half -Man ,- Half
Beast -
Today, In Los'Angeles 'at kast,
the ,"movie mtdway" of cheap
theatres is biMng such shockers
as IttGiant FrOM, the, tlanown,"
"She- Demons". (half ',woman.
half beast) "Juvenile Jungle", and
"Mademoiselle Striotease sexi sexiest
est sexiest packagejrom Paris."'
You pass 'them, on the way to
the "big tom", the big theaters
showing "Sayotutra." "The Brtfige
On the Itiver,Hwal," iAround the
World In 80. DOB," and other
Worthwhile 'films- ''''

quote

, NEW YORK Welfare Com CommissiOner
missiOner CommissiOner Henry L., McCarthy,
discussing the fact, that the num number
ber number of' persons 'receiving ',"public
aid in New York City last month
increased to 36'7,298: ,-
,4iThis is the' result of the cumu cumulative
lative cumulative effect of, the depression.
New York City is still below the
pre-Korean war peak of May,
1950., The present indications'. are
that we 'will exceed this record
total 'of the post World War II
period in July, 1958."
,
New York Secretarykof State
warniog America', against
abandoning spiritual values in' on
all-out race with Russia for mili military
tary military supremacy: ,"
, u., .God forbid that the day
should ever come when , the
American' people become a iniii iniiitaristic
taristic iniiitaristic p eople, seeldng military
plight as an end in itself.1!
( WASHINGTON ,-; Secretary
Jospeh- Polowsky of the American
Veterans of the Elbe River ,Link ,Linkup
up ,Linkup complained to newsmen that
he had been unable to raise en.
pense minty for five Russian
veterans visiting the; U. S. -tO
mark the I3th anniversary of the
first meeting, of Arerican and
Soviet -troops during World "War
"I can mot letli these'. Soviet
veterans go ,back and say they
had to pay, their own expenses
herethat the wealthiest country
in the world could not pay their

HUTTON VISITS MANILA
'MANILA (1115) Amerii an
heiress ,Barbara Hutton arrived
here esterday from H011011k111 for a
' three-day visit on ber way. to In In'
' In' dia. She max 'accompanied by
, William Robertson, -I Hollywood
writer, James Douglas, a young
, student: and 'Margaret ',Latimer,
-4 her secretary' : .'

i

1

TC)::101ill01,1, SATURDAY:

1 (-4
:
-

1S Traditional Annual
MAIN STOIRE ONLY No. 22-06 CENITIAL AVE.

On Our Main Floor HEW ATTRACTIOP,

7: Nos 22.06 Centril
4. Stoie a;:n. to 6:30 p.m and,durino noon hours..

-

2nd DAy

EMEMP 111011

On Our Main Floor

,!,A ,a.

woM.00

, ., .. ,, 0 - ..' :
',.,.. .. ,,, i,,,I.,. -1, .-,,,: ::,.z: '.' ,, ,: :r '' ::.1. ';t:- .:-:,:,,l' '1',1.',727.1':,:77'.: ....:',: '. '''.:.;:,,i,':,::;-:,:;:.;', :: ...7 :, i ' :,.:: ,- ',;-,' ',' 's 7 ". - s':: :. -- "She Demons' ',,,,,-..;-,,- (bolt -wiim am; .
'
, balf beast):,"Juvenlle Jungle",- and
' ''''''
-. .-.. ,,,... ....... ., ., .., i,. :,,,,, ,:: : ,,, -.. ( ". ..,., ,..,, .'-':,. ; ., ...' ,:',,i, .:',.,,:-..,:'' ::,. '-?,0, -' ,':- .' '. ..":' : "Mademoiselle Striotease -; field- : ...: :,... .,, '' --: .. ,,,I, , --' -, ,.. :':' '''.l:: ', :;,,..1 .:. ' : ,.... '!. ,,I .-1' ?:
.., : .,,,,-,,,.-,,,,,,,,,---,..,-,,,,mr-.r.,-..,.,19r.r,-.v;rr.,.-,m:-.4r..,:'..,..,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,...,,,,::.,:::,,::..:-:.:,-.:.,,.,:.,..,..,,,..;::,:.:,-:,,,:.;;:,::,.,::,,.. -',7 i est .package :from parie. ; .. .:. ,.. .,-, "..., :: .7--; -1: ,,....1-..-!:-..:,, .,-- -. -
- .7.--, .... ...- :,...--rr.,-.7,.r- ;'r,7.777.7.,:.::-:::::.:,..:-.:;:',.::::,.,..,-,,..:::,-:...,::: ::.::, -. -:::,:-'--:-:-:.:...-.-:,6,',',-:-:-.."..,-.:::.---,,-,,-...,..;,?,,,,--;:.;,,:f,:;:,,,......,...:',..,..,,,;,:,,;,,,,,,,..f.f.,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,..:,.. ., ,,
.., .- ,,,- .. :..::..;,..;:-:,.....,,,,,,,,.:,:::,...::,,..,,,..,,;:',....,,,,,;,..,,,..-.....:::.,,,,,::::-:,..:::--:;,-,::,::::.,,,-.:-i,...,....:,,::::,,,,,,-i:..,,,..,,,,:,,..,,,,,:.,2,,,,...,,,,.....,...,.i.:,..,:::,:,.,.....,.,.., .. yoll. Dliss ;.them, eh the Ivey,. to .. , ..: r.,..,3 : ::: :.... !. i::.; : :. 1
A .. .. ,....... ......., . .... ..............:,..;;; .,::',.,,;...f.,,,. ,,...,:.,......,....,..;.:,,,::: ,..::,........"::::,,,,,..,,,,..P;,;,..f.....:,,.,,,,,,:',,,,....,,;,...,,,,..,..,,i:,.,...,,..4,,.:ii,...,iiiiiiii,,....ii,,.:,...RA,MA,:, : 4. : the ,,,,,hig ; tp:,,, the. hilt theaters ,,, ... ,... : ,...., F I N .E S' '''T.' .; M-A-.1(' '.'','S..:10 ,N.,..s1:.: l';';......',:n.,..n-,'...7,-: .n.'2;:.....1:...,.'..... ''.. .:,.'7,.!..:. ...:',; ,.. .- ...
n, ,- ;;-; -' .'::,,::-;,ii?;;:'':i,:::-:::;:::::,-,,g,,,,;nvi-,',,,;,;-,i:-,-:4;:4::a-m-,,:::::,;-:.-- ::::::,.i-:.m:T!,,n;:.:i:i,-,,,,.,,..f.y,,,,n,n.,it,;e.,-,,......-:.,,.,--,,..,....,n,n,,,-:,',,:-::-..,;.:,.:,,:nr.--,-,.,',,...,,,-,:,...,::.-,-,,,nshowing
."Saroillira." "The' hidge ::.., .4,. : .'1 '' .. .' -'......:7......,.:...-,:: ',.'.....;',.... 6-Tip-N.., '-,...:, ....,...,.; :,,:11.,:..' ..',Y ,. N' y-LoN ,......; -.., ''.,..',. ni.,,...; .' .,:?. ... .....:.
n, ,-.,: ..,, n,:- n...'.., n,:,::J,,:,:;',:,,..,-,,N:7:1'''-:) :.::-,S-titt."I':41 il It 0'111 An
e ,,,:i:tet:,,,,:,,,,,,,:::.,,:....,,,, ,..,
. ." ,..,-..,- :-7:.:.:-;::,:.,:-.:;:::;:::::.:: :. 1 :i..:4.;.,. ; : 3,:...,,,, ....C.......,,,,::::,.,:: t ,,. A. AL.::;"L ,.., VI'''''4;.;:'.);-$:::., .e.... ::....,:,-...,,,:. --:.,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,..:.,,,:,-,,,,,,:,::. ...,:.. --. .. ..,, RAyoN n' .... ,. ,...., ,,:.i. ., . , .... ;,. ..... ,
:' n' n,..;-t".'... n.,,,..,-,:,;',..,'-.:,,::2,-,.:,,,:.:::.,g,,,.ign:,,;:a...,,:,,i-,,,,,.-.:,,,::,,n,,.,.,i:,,...,,..,,in,;:m.,ti-,,..,,:,-;..,,q-,,,,n,.,:i,,.4....?,g:y:::,,,..-w.::t-,,..;,.-g,,,,.,ii:1-,s,.:;,..,:-,..,,ii ,,,A1,-,,,au:,.;:4,.;.,,,; ,-. -... werits le
. ...2-;....:"....t;-..'- ::;;;;..1....!:.iin:6':';:;.:::::::g...:;.:',1';'::;;-:igill'::..Ar....171 :,,,,,:., RA: :::,,,,:,.T. .,..:: ::i-,,,i11:,::: ,,:s,-;:r1.-R ::ii:i,: :.,;,:1,-,tossantigg,::,t,-fo:: ,, ,:: V! ar!h.,7,r,hilt,r111..:mDa-aY'',1:!''. '1..11. d'-'-'; ,(),til'i. ..er,r.
.,
',; '.,..,:s;',.,,,,,,,,0:,. ,...y, -. pa,..n.ties..., ......';., Sele..... 3, .k..1. .019,1, ,;-.,,....:11.. ,,e, If,el.i..py..;,. ,......S,.e.le,1...,7: 5 ,,.'..,..; B. ri....efs' .'. Sale 0.50 l', , I .: .,
.
- 9: ', ,-,4,-;:,:m:'Igi,,',,;,,,,iiii-,',,wim::: .... .1.:. : . -,: : A4 :i,...H':.::k.,a i:,... .' m-::;k-,fii,aii.i-a,..,..ii,,-,e.mii,.ii-,.,,:i,,,e,- ,.... ;,.: :. ,..... :: :, ., : .: : : Sale 0.95 :
.
. '1" '.' ''''''''''''';''''''''''''''....::':''.......':',:'''::''''''" ':::.:'::::''''':''''.'.':::.:''':'""'-''-,:.:.:-:--&-::-.-'1'i'm:,'',Mig-:MiiiiNiNd,,.,'-.,K,,,,:,;,..;,.,.,.i.,--,,,,-;:,-:,.. ,.. ....,
. I .
,
.: ; 7 ''': r. .:.,;",,,"::,...::,,,::',"":"'.::::''.::::'::::::,'"":".."":;;',,.:;,.;,..;i:...,:,,:.:,-,., ::.':,,f,:::::'.:-,,':,:::::::,:,:,...,.';',',..:.:::::, ',:.::.::';,":..:,,,,,:,:,.":"..,."..,.,:.,...............C.C.f.:.:,:.:.:,:,,,,,,...::...::-.......,.::.:,.:,....,...f....:,......,?.....:.,....,,,,, . ... ...'" .."4' Trtinks",. Sale ;0.75. '- Pajamas .. i Sale 2.50 : ...Trunks
.- ,
- Sale 1.95 ..
' '''''''''; :,'''....;,:i.;:i'Zi:I.,.,,I,:',..,:;;,.;;;;,.1';;;-1,..,;,7;;;',.;.;,..,.';i,',;;,,,-,-1,:.,',.:... ':':.,:".,........"' ':,',2...-',.,.,.',....,'....,:::,.i.....,,,::.,.,::::,:,-,i,:.;,,,.,..,1,,,,,.,;,:,.m-.,-,:,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,:,,,:.:;,:..,::,,,....:,,,:,:,...:,.., U0 e n ql In e i.:,,,,: .., .... ., ..
; i, ,., ., ...,-:,,i-::,-;,..--.,:;:.,.i;21.-gi-.:a,:imiiE;w:,::-:::::,,....:..: --.:-..:.:.,:-::" ::'":'::::,,,..:,,,,,?:,w,,,,,,,,,,,,,i,i,,i,:;,,,ir,i,.....,,,,,,,,,,,,,,:.,,i:......:,,:,.,.....,......,, ., . .. . .11 ill', Halfslips ': Sale 1.50 :17, Baby Dolls .Sale '2.95 ,.... Halfslips ,......,.... ,.... .-,
, -- - ,,,,:,,,,,,..,,,,,,:i:,,,,,.!-,,,m,,,,.,i,i,,,,,,,,i,i,io8,,,.,-,,,-i,::::.,,::: ,,,,,,,,,,:i.,,,,,i,if,,,Kcf?,,,g:iiiK,,,,,,,i,,,,.,-,,,,,mm,f.,;,,,i,,,-:.,:,-,,.-,,,,,,?,:x,,,,... .: ......., ,,,,, :.., ,.. :,. .., ,-i -..:-.,,,. ,..-, .,'"' ,, .- :' : '''' .' "' ', A E '''''''' A:. .';'.''...:.: ;, LA, ,- ,..,, ..; .A,NitvhMOWne ,,- Sale-. 2.95 ,:-, ,,:! ,,,, ,....,,,:. :.
, '- -' , :,,,i,,0,.-,1,.:-,-......K,::..,;.,,,.,,,,,:,,,.....:: '''''''''''U',,;;;',A':-,:-,',,'MM:,','ii:;',..M.:,,,,-;:-;',.go: : : .:'. '!. ,; '.';'!"--7-,.:', '..' .,, '''.',....;,..: .;.; ,';',:.;' ..:. .,..'.. ,,,. Nightgowns.' f Sale : 4,7o ,. : :, ,.-.f ,: : : .., t: s f., 6 'Ir. ., .., ., . ,'. -1 ; ; ..
.
. 7 .: p!:..: Y :. '1::::::Miif:::.::::',,:,i:i::,:::::t::::;:::::f,,,,,,,::,-,-;,..-4, ''''::::::::ii0r$::)..RAM.;:ii.:Z.:Si:;f:gi,f;oin.i.-:, :. i, ., NEW : VORK,--. weifere corn. ; : ,, : f
, ...... .........,.....,.....,................. ,:::::,,,,,,..,..,,,,,:::k,..,..,:,,,,,......:::.::-..:
.:,',...In.K.,....:.'.:,:,;.,..,..,..::::,,,,,,:;,',,,,,.,:,::::,A,.' MiSSidner ..., Henry L.-.' McCarthy; .,.--"'-'' ''-..-- .''' ...." : N .' ..: '''. '.' '' !;-. ''''': : ,:'' I '''. '' '.. ; '''' '? '' ''.-
' '' ;,.; : :,,;,.",,,',":":::"1":::".::.:,;,..:;..,:,:f.:::.:.......,.....,..........:::,,...:.... :,.::::..:,::,,,..,.....:.:,:f,M:45::.::;:::::,:f...",... ...
'" ' ',.''.4 "-.,:f4,':,:"":"it",;'.";?;,":.::::.,:.....:.-....,....,...:.:.::,:,:' '::I''''...i0:.:.:;','i'..:.i.M.'''''''''''''':'''':::;:::', : .., ...;, discussing, the fact. that the .num: -. ''''' -' i '' ''. ''.''''' '''.....' '2'; '.'' ..': On Our Second Flobt;;.'':, ''' :7', -' ,. ... ,.., ., ..
- , .i,,. ,:. :.,,,,..,
,..,,,, ::::,,,...,,,,,,,,.:.,,,,,:,,:,:,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,:, :,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,i,-i,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,.,,,?,,,,,,,,,:.:...., ., ber ., of' persons '-'receivine, pubild .' .. -
. ' '. .-, .--:-.:.....-,-.:if.,:.:..:.:::-,:,,..,::2,',i,:,.,-,;;:::....-,::.......:
. t.
-' '-' : -,..f..',........K-..:x-,..;-;.:.::.:.::.:....-.:-.:::--:..-.:-.:,:.. .
'.:.::,.::.;:.:':::-Fi:::.:--::'-i::',!:;:-..:.:;',-,im.f?;:::',,,i.;:;.,..:.:...,,!:;,-,;::z.:-. ... i-. aid in'Nesr-York -City last:month '... .' ., '- -.--. -, i,'i ' ' ,, c-- ..' K...
: .o iro'$ 5.',..''.. ,',;fti,.i.:,
1,1H',,.,.n.,:i:,,,..i::,,,...?.?.,...,?.,..;,,,,,..,...i,.... ; increased hi 367,298; .i' ,,,,,e ,,.. ', ,"'..";;; ''. ;':. '-;-.
"..' ,,,, 1 .. 1- A:Sii:-:":-Am;:::--' .::-.,..,....,....,;,;,...,......,,,.:-:..,:.,,...,::,...,,,,,,,......., ,. , This ,is the result of the 'cumu- -' .. .. ,: , : -, ':- '... -i 1. .,
'' ... rl'i .' .:.::.,,...1;M:'''. 1 -.......'.';' :...... ....H.:. :.' :.' ''''''''''CHILDREN'S WEAR.
....
.
. ::,,,::::::..,:::::,.:,....::..,.,,,,..,:,,,., .t...,.. ,,e
... ,
.,...,:.,,.:.,,..,, .:..,,,:,:.,,,,:..,:,..,..,..,,,,..,,,,,.... : v, rd w York .ty is still below Abe .... ' ... J''. :.
,! ,., I :.' :. -...,.::::.:N., ,-iggs:?,..-,ilai.:giiMa: pre-Korean war peak ,: U.., May, .'"' I". : '...,. :' ... '','' '..- '.,,' ; -' '' :'
'''' '' '. ' ':'" .- COMPLETE ,LINES FOR BOYS 'AND GIRLS - : -' .' -)f f -
- :. ,,, ,.,..,,. .,,,,,...--.::- :::,,:-.-:;.Iii1,,gosem:-$,I,A,,:1, ,', i 1950.', The, 'present:, indications- are' .. ',
: ..::
':.i.:':-,'::'..':':M-.:?,':::::::g;.::.::-,i?:ig?.;:.::::Oi ,-,... that '-' we 'will exceed, -this record .'
:.;,:. ,.-ii.''.'-.ft:i;r;.;...-i...;::;RM11.. ;...-. by- total ,.of the post 'World War Ali -- ,,',,,i. '.;,:. ':...,...,...',.,i;,; .:',:...;.-.,',..:.:, !':. ;" ;.'i :. Ssck.,tc(.Scbool or -Vacation,: Cloth. es ,.,..,..-2..: ; -:- -,-,.,..- .. ;,!-,,,,, i- 4.''f ,
:::::.:...: .. ...........
..............
...................
------ --. ..................
'..- '--'', m,......',,,, :-.',.',::.::::'.;:.:.,':',..:. ,.IN,Ar
,4,,,..4,. , :.... .,......,.......1,... -4 : ;',::. i.',: .-':...:? ....-., ;'';': ;.....:: DRASTICALLY REDLICED.'....4;,,,,..,,....,',,.,;,':7::: -,.......2;,,'- .,; --. ,...,; ,.,:,'....,: :- i..,...,--v-xi.,.,, ,;
'::.:;.4.0::.:::,:::-::::::::.4.g.RE:E::::. 7 ..:,... period in July, :,1958." ', ',- ' :7'140 't. .2; ",..'"., .:: '' -- ..s .;' ,'. -.; ...... :: '-',. : '' ,. ,:. :., ,'..... ,,........ ,,, -....-, : s .' .,. ." :. :'-' ',' -'-.:' -.- --, ,. :' ..,
:. -- ot L.,. ::....;:.,:......:::::. ..
,-,-: ,,, 11 ::..-..:::::.....
....:-:-.::;::.......:,-...,;::.:::.:-.::::;::::::.:.,;,.,...,:.:.::;:;:...:', ."' ,'-.. New York,' Secretary Of State ';:-' ' .' "pt. : -. '.. .'" ..- ''
....
. .:..;..:-.;...:., --'.t:-:;'.:.::: '.:,,,,. Dulles,' warning -America; against ,::,,,,----.,.....,,...,;,,, .L.,..-,.- V S - ',... .., . ., 9 ,....z..'. : ....,1,,',,.,,,-.. 01:. 4....;- -..-,..
..... ...:.:............::::.....: :,...,..,,,,,,,,--",...:..,g:',.:., abandoning spiritual :values in' oil : -: ''; '. ... ': ,-
. . ;
r'i' : ' '' '..' -- 4' 'FINEST 'MAKES ONLYAIR-LIGHT1 ., '.' Y.; ,,,'.
''''''' '''' '''' '. '.4 $."' L.0 G G'A' G E I ';-'-'-'. ''''' ..;-
...,::,::,:....:.:: ;,..,,,,,:.:: ,,-:,.,.i.v,:",,,,, all-out : race ,.with Russia for turn- '..,.-!.,.:::.:''. ':.', ',-''''.,' 2ndi i ioor-1":-,'' '''-f..".,-,:.'-'. ; ' -, ',. - - '''-'' ''..- - '''''-'''''''''m ''
-.:-, :,:: f:"::",',:::: .:'i5--, -' ta su remac ;.' ---: ;,: "--- --:': '.' -.. ''' .. '.' .:. - :.: ' '' '::" .' 4.-.' .' ... ....J:- '" i L....-. ''''''...f...::: '''' 20 '' ''''257 '' If '''' '-'; ': i
- ,. In -,, ....,.",;.-,-,,--.iin,..,,,..,..,:,,,.1,....!::'..nin,.-,:y. ,,-,:,,;,,,,:,:,,?i,,;, ,,iii.,!:,,,,,:::,,,,,-,,,,....,,:,n,: .. ,::.;,,,.. ,,,,::,..,n, e...,41...;,-,....,.,::,. .,,''':..,-!. n". ., .,,f4,.GPod forYbid ::: their; th e-'; deyt ,'.:".l-:,'-'.',., '-: 2547. 0 ''. o' ff ...oi alliT, oys on dsplay, I... ",;-.',,,,.'-. ..:,',,:.....:,." .,:n.,.,..,....,,,,." .,,- ,, ,p '. .itp.. ..... ,.., 0, ,,,:0,,. : ,, ......-,...,.., -,.,. ....-,,:,..., ,:. ,,n,
:::.-,.:::.,i:.,.-,...,,,...:.:.,.,nn :....,..:::, ,:- n, n :.,.. .i....,..:, ...,. n ,-,-,4, ,-,,-,,,,, -,, a h -a u 1 d ever ;come ,when -:,. ,: tile, -.. - : -, ,- .;-- A-- -1 ----- ---,,, - ":, '
., .!. ..,:;::.-...:.--..:-.-.:.:::.,i,:.::::::::.:z...-:-.,..,;,-:::-.:-..--::.... -:,:::.p..':::'-,.;-- :-.:':::.1:,:.-.-:;':'.... :::::::.:.::::::::::::-.... :Pot,c.,04.19...0.,....1::::...i-..:-' ..... -, American ,. people '. become. a :' iniii-1 ...: :- ' -' '''' ' '' ' ' - ' ''' .'''''' :' ''' 'I '' ''' '' 1 ''' '''''''' '''' ':'' ' '' '
..:.:.:-: ;i.....:.:.:::-:.ii,:....;..;:: 1 :.:-... 1:.:,:i:.... :..... taristic p eople, seeldng mint '
arY '.; ...' ':. ''...k ..e;1).; p;'"C'F' .eli'.S-litETS Lind ,,, pillow' cissi'.'..':,....... ,n.' .':'' ."FiN"' E ;'''''..NY.' '1,b'N' ': ....,' ..',7. mIARTEV,,,DISII ,... .. :n ..
,.. .: ,,,,..,....!.,... ,...,,,,,,,,,,,,$-,,,..:,....,,,,,,,,,,,..,:,...,..,n,:,,:,,,,,n,,,,,,,,:..,,:,....,..,.:n.:,.,.... ::,, n ,,,,,.... ,,,,,,,,,,.:::...,,,,,,,,,., ,i:,, ,,,:-,.:. i4.;.,hi '..' 7 might as an end in'-itself.1! ..... '.1.-. l' '; .. '' i' ' l .' ' ' "' ' ; ' .... '
. . . . . . . .
P .' ?.
'''.. ?.. I 7.' li : ....:...i::::1:::::'. ::::.:.:::.....:.:.....:i:11.:::k:0:::::::: ....:6.::.i:::',: ' ?' '. ' ' ' .'"""....... '" .: :. '''. : ' : .. : :r : ' '; '.. .. US nu , l' :
' ' ' ' 1 lin 'a '-.Percalt-- ' n" -'n '' ,:, ,., ,' .
.
, ''''itt ,,-,4',. :Ag:,?:..:::::::::',.:.:,...:-.:j,,;:,i.::::-..0:..;.K::::,:,.:.::...:,::.,u::.
. :..:: :' ':::: ::':::":::::- '' '. ,' ( ',:IVASHINGTON -' :--; --- Secretary ., '''. ;,.:.,' '' .'i' ' ' '' 1 : d ' 1....'' '' ''''' ''''' ' '''.
'''' ''STOCKINgS
, J.- li ,,,, i- -,,'.,...,;:..'f;::,,:,:,.::!:.:::::.H:::-: ... .: ." ' 'I:.:::. .:':: ; ''. ... -.- In white ;.' pastel 'co ors ,. an stripes ..,....; .,,, -, Pull 'Fashioned .. '''', .. -' --, ', ., .. :
: : .. d 7. '...''."',:."".,1:'":::''''::...,..,,."...'.:,..,,:..,..1".:.1...:i'l,,':..... ..... ..........,... .' l','....:...............,.':."...:-':...... ;,;:....:..:;:. i i.....:...-.,",.',., '. -Jospeh- Polowsky of the American '.'''. :.: s' :1,..., .. .'; ." '' '''' ' ' Linen and Cotton .,.:: 2
': : TQWEL ..;:.., .. -., ,h; ; ii
.. ti -,'-- ;:::....,,,...:::;;:.;:-..::::,::..::,,::-....-,,.,-.....,:::..-.::,..:.s ....... ::.: ... ..--............---....... .!.::::g;:-,:. ::.' ,....t: Veterans 'of the,: Elbe River ,Link. : ,-' '1.''' ...".' ''' AT 'SPECIALLY LOW PRICES.. -;:"; .....,.. ,..:. ,,.: c First Quality 1,;, ...... .. 1 .., .. ,. .. ... ., ... :
----- --- --
....- -- ..
si ,... ?, .. -:.......Q..::-:iii,.:::;:-:::;:...:i:-.:::::-:-;:.--::,,.:::::::;:::::.:,:::.-.:;...
..-.:-..,::::::;:n.:::;::::,-,..:;...: ...:.:.::.'.': '"'.::.i...:,:'::: :::. .i.::k,,&:, : 1,.. up -complained to- newsmen that --, ..: ':;' 'I,' ,,", , ;-. -::, ., - !, ,, : ,:,.. i:. , '.. e, Sheer 51-15 ::., ; :;,.. 1 .. ,' di '
, '.. : fe,,,,,,,,.!,;- :.,:-.:::::::',:. :,:::.:;:i:,::::,..::::.:-..:.....:::::: - ................................... ... ................ : ....... ..... .... :.. ....,..........,.. ,
. , ::. ::::.::::: :.1.:::::.V:::-:-.:::.:.:::: ...:,..:::'::::::: ": ;' :;k,..,':::,. ,-, :-., ne had:, been ',unable to raise, ex ,-,; ...,,..:, ;i, ,,.. .; :. -. 1 NOW for I 00 Nt,..' :::'.
- :.s. ,..:?,.,,,,.. pense -, money for ; five ,- Russian .: ,i...," .' '. i..-- '' 2" .. ......... ,... ,., ., .1 .- ', ..- ''''.
'MARTEX TnIV LS RegularlrL,110 .., .',,. . .. ..::... ..,.. :,.. .., 1' ,..,',., ....,,,, ".
- .. .:,. :....i. .:;:.:::::::.J.;,...:::::;;-.::..::::".-.,:-:,..::-..:::::-. -. -..-..-.:,4.,,,, ...,...,.4-,,-..-,.. -:"..:::. .:::.:....:: ---, '-:.: veterans, visiting -: the, U S !..- to s- s ; -;.- '' y: : .' 4 : " ': '":1 a a' ''':' '''''':- ' '' '.'" '''' '''' ' . ' ' -- ''' '
. -: ,,- mar the 13th anniversa!7 ioVt,be .f X ... . -
i,::,, ,- ,.
.. ., -,. ,. ., ,.. .. ....... .... ... -. --. ., .. .,. ., .. ,- ,...........,..... .,. : .,...... ,. . . ,, ',-.." first: -meeting of Airerican-,' itnd' ge Olio : Bath',Towel '.24x4-6 ',
- 1 ve ,' '''
''' ' '' .1'6.:e'.''....: ''' ''. '' --' SALE. ' p :
TOwel ';'22x44 : .- ,.''.: '' '";..80 V-:','''
- LOveli: Celori.. --; ,. ,.
... .'' 7- .... Guaranteed Irf Good ,, '',"
...1 a, U,,,.,.... i.....,.., ,,.... Housekeeph.aar ....,..-..'i '." 1 ',
..... ., i.... 4 ., ,...,i; ,,.. :,:, , k ti;6. ,s s 9 ,-
'-:' t ---,' ust a.:qui 'R it,, atin! et sp .... .:, ,,,,...,,..... ,.,...;.:, Soviet., irtoops, during:, World -'. War l'',. ,l'' '''',. ', ,':.: i .' .., :.: ,.: , : ';'", .' .; :;'7:' :."4' :: ; '-.' -, ',Y '''.
- -
raY ... ..- 1 n '.
'''.,. Fleiu I it; Si ze .13itth
. .., . - ,. : :
- - , ... , -.- -,,- '.: - ' ..--1... r."I tan : mot-- let' these '- Soviet '. ''''' c '' '..' 1 : '' ' '' '''. ' ':' --- '''' ' ': ''' '''''s" '- t '' r :
,,, ..., s ... ,., 1 .. ,,,,.:. .,,, , ;, ,..:.;,-; -,,,..,,,-,- ,, ,,: ,,,,,.: ,-;..,,,,::- .7- .,,, -,,,,,,,.. ,, 1 ,; ,,,,,, -. a ., ; ,' .dA'. 2 ,,, A A t :AA,A.; '; te 1 : ,,..:.' :"-':'; : ' '1' .''' ... .'s ,' '' .' CA S H -SAL E'S....,0 N L-Y --,',---. -',';-,;- ---, .-." .4 ..,
', -'--:'''''-' 4 -. sets curls:-.toholdi-even,on.,:liumici'cays ,- --
,,,.. ,. ve rans ,: go back, and say' they .-. ...... ,. -: ; '.. : ''.1. '...' ,......-., --. ' ,,.
,
:IP: ; .- had ,, to pay- their own:, expenses ,,.'. : .';'. .; .,-', .;. ''...',,,' ..' ::. :., :' .:' i.,. ..',..L.....: ' ''' 4 - ' -' ':
.... : '.,. on.. -. ....:,.. ,, -., .!. .., , ... - , .'-' .,. .,.. -, ,.... ..,-... ,', ..., ,,,, ,,,, ,:- ,',,,.- -x -,...,, v. , , 7.-, ;.1 ,-', here-that 'the' wealthiest -.ountry .....:',:,, c,...,'. ...:-..,,,1L;...,:-,.H.'i:-. ,....":-.,!. :....,;-.1')...!..,.......: ,.....; ,.:. ; ; , ....,.,;...,. ,:, i': .,,;!,:....,-,. -:-.:,-.:::;,-;;., ; ::,;,-:.: ...i,.,',',;',',..::;,:'. ..-'SOrtyl...
-
.;, ; : ,,,, ". : ,, . ;: ;, 11 ,.-- .--. ..i , 7..- i ..1 1, - : ,. 1,1 ..,...- .,, in the world ;could 'not .pax. their -... t'.'.11.41' '.. :. ;.' "-1 ,. ,:' .-..:., ., ';, ...."".. -' IL- --, .,., .. .- ,; -. n -, .;;;,. ,.. ,..,: - '-n 'n' n n'n r
. .1 our ,au , ..i .. ..
' '' 6' ' : Y. f keeps' itsl.curt tet -with ','SatinSet 4.'ituntia .uays 'just won I. wut ...::;::-. ; bills ',!. -. -.' - ,- -'-.:.' ,.-- ..,-.".:., ;, ':', !.- t, :,;.., .;... .." .'i.',. '.. :is IF-'' ..,.7- ...
, --. - -..,' '. ;" .. ' '-'' :.' ,, .' N ,- -, n --,, ., ,..- ,..; N '; -'' 1 ''''. ''' ; i '' ; ;. .' '. !' .. 7 ; '' ' No ''
,
... .. '. p, ,-, .- -..satinSet'''eurls. Nov; 4, ,,,IIumidex, exdusive,Reylon ,'moiAture-guars to,. visw31Y,,,',..,-:',.;''. NUTT. ON.,,VISITS MANILA,......'.:..,,i' hi: ...:- ,', !:.,,...:',...';':: 2 : '' '''. :':,.. 4. "...
, I. ,- ''.... .' ; '-, . r .. ': '. A ; .;'-, ' (.. ' ''' ':'''',...,.. '''';' .r.,. a' ,''' (.. '' '.1. ,' ', ' 6 :': : ..H. . .. ,5 7 ,. q ..:, ..' ..1." .' :' ' ' ''' .. '' '''' '' '''' : ',- '. ' '..' ; Alterations :. ...,. i ,..: ., ,. ,- s n. : .
" - -- Returns -,'
,,,
-. ''', : ..r.'''''' .:::;::',. 10.Ckg''' eta' IS i()',' s' tay 4:4,1i1.1,171-13 that' ita' 1,'soft ,sin- d.apriii gy;' too:;., ,.....,.:.T.'-,..:.., ';'',,,'!...-.-f.,--,,--..., -::.:.:;...-..., h,I,MANILA I'VP).-,''A m e r i d a n 'i ..., .. .. ,. :. ,-.!.. '.-- - :.',-; :'... -.- I .-.' '' i '.
,s ', .; : ,, ,. .- .. -,-, ,,,,--, ,- -, ,..: ,,:, ..---.-, ., 7.,,--- ,-:- .- ...- ,, .....:- ,- ; ., eiress --Barbara ,; Hutton ., arrived : .'"": e '1. ... 1 .. y i ,, -. ;- ,' . t
...' Ii, '...:'.. ., .,, ',.'. :. .., ,.... Z',, Of Exchanzes.. ;
.
nn - .,- n.,- ; ,, - -,--, ,.., n-- ,- n n,, ; ,,. n--,i n n-. : ,a aa -, - here" esterday from Honolulu for a .:,:-: Olt as:es goolis .-- .1 nt. ,,. ,, -,; : n,...,.. -n n, , -.... II ,,,n.-........, .,,I. , .. - , ..
d t' b t I J" ..-. ." ' '-' ." '- '. ''' -': -... '' ''-' .'...' ''s '''' ''' .-, '''"' .'- '' '''' "."'";:''''.. ,',' '-'' '' '''' -r- "2 .:'
three,- ay -vim Oil er way o n- ,,; ,..,...-...,:. .. -,,,.. : ; : ... , ,.:,. 4..., ..,;-- ,a, e ....e ,, i, ,. -, .. : ici,:, 1 .A ,. ..,..,.,... ,, ........ . .., ,.. .. ...
; T, ... : ...--. "pi n:'. at' rts-;li it'YfCorlib at-rli,i lit' Pnt':ell'''rls in 'ani,143,-ynur bait, pleaSe,k!;: 11 9 I 1 6ao,,st,t :-::., -...,..!.
' ''. : A. .. . I,' ' ''' .' 'al'' . ..'d'''' Th . h'S ti S t' 'Curls Old 'even'when '1,'' P
' - ----vour -air as' you ways o en spray wit a n e ,i, ,,,,, ,, ,,.,,, .., will'
,1 .-- --' ':-. dist ,r. Sh. was "' accompanied ,. by '. .- ,..,,.. .. -- !, -.
'
am Robertson,: ,I :: Hollywood -,-,,, ,. ,..,.:.,.., s :. .,, y a: 6 .,
Illain otort Onl ..,. ,Nn n 22.0 ntta ., ire. ...... ., , n ., , ..
- n ,,.. ,- r.. ., : f' ' ' .1. '' ' ...' ' '4'' V' ''',' '''. "':'' '''' ''. '- ':;-. ''''. ' i '' Writer '' James Douglas a oung ' .' ..! .' ore ours : Nein. -0 :
,,-,,,..- .. ,,-,,,,,,,,,-,,,,,,,. ....,,..,-0,..., , ,, -F- Y. -,:.,
- ' .t's hot an humidr
''' .,-. -. '.' .- 1 d without s,,iii, sticly laciluert ,...,, , ., ..--, ,,,,, -,!-,, : ... .student;, and .-Margaret Laumer, .,: ...., .. e.; .. , .. . ,, ...... ... ,,., ...,,: ,,..,,. ,. ,, ,, ,.., .. ; ..r.,,,. ,, ,, ,, ... ,..,. ., ,, , ..
S; I ' ill ' -9' '''' '''''' f 6 30 p-.ma 'and Anring, noon' hours "-,: n n -- --, n n,. .,
':, her ,secretarY r4,.',7: -", ;:.. ',:- --'s. , , ,,,,,
,......... .. .. .. ,,
,, -,..: . . .. . : :.
. .. '
,
: .. . .
: .. .. : . ... .. .
'
.,.
.
, ; : If '
i. : ,
-
. .
, ,
,
.
- ,,,, ,

I memomoni

To::,oanon SATURDAY. -2nd. DAY of,

- ri I
- 1 11 n n o

, -
- 1 I III rmt I., i i N
1 1 1 I ksv 11 I. , 1 1
ti) A 3
. 1
ild LA 62 : iraciltional i'llintlai L IL L
.
.
,
i ,. , HOLLYWOOD (NEA)--- Behind , --
- ',' the Screen: "Please pass the LSD I 11AIN STORE ONLY Nos 22-06 CENIMAL AVE --
or
i 1, hasn't replaced "Please pass the -. ...., ...",.. 0111111111111 1111M111 IIIMINEIM ONIMEIMP IMED
,, I salt" at Hollywood luncheon and
On Our Main Floor 11E1 ATTRAa1011 On Our,Maiii FlOOT
7
,,
z t dinner tables. No Hollywood song song.
. song. s I , ," Titer is composing "I'm Going ,
1 1 Out of This World With LSD and
ors s v
Z
ss. ' s I You." And I haven't heard of a 1005), Pure Cashmere Twin-Sets., LA' D-. '
,
1
, ,,. young actor Liking the name of
' CARDIGAN ANp StIORT SLEEVE PULLOVER ,,
,
, rEs :
,. i L.S.D. Jones.
- I If you haven't heard about LSD
. ,
, - ,
you haven't been reading your Clatsie style in white, blue, pink,' black '. - AND TEENAGERS ''
,
, : , champsagne.' Size 32 to 42. -,, t, -- .1. - - -' '
.
, newspapers. It's a new "hallucina- -,,
-,
0, ,.,,....,,, I tion" drug and pillhappy denizens
gularly 32.95 -' Famous Swiss Fancy WATCHES :
' -.,,,.., of Hollywood's dream factories. I ' Re
,s ,... ,
.
- r suspect, are drooling. , , ', ,., ,,, Fully tested Black, green, ,,-,,,, 4 I
.4, , On one-tenth of a milligram of : cl c il ' ,. 311117, white blue. Matching ",
,, ., .
' ' bands. OriginaHy 11.95 ' '
g
. LSD, A University of Southern Ca- Noiv ,-zzsy et '-.
,
' 460 t
',:,:w' '''''',,,,.. lifornta beiochemist reports he 4
, s 4 made a journey into a "dream- S 1 ' ' 4
- ' ' SALE 5.952, 4
,,, SI, , st,,,
, ':"', hk' e world of extraordinary and
weird hallucinations in which 1
, ',Italian 1005Y WOOL Sweaters s
,;,. .,,,
, ,. -8. observed things differentlt, from ' For Travel and Evening Wear
,
, ,.-
. .. normal.'1 t' -, ,,' , ,: ,- j.
0 I' ' ,.. ,,.... ' ' ' k '. DRASTICALLY REDUCED -.
s'''. o 3 )
,,''--4 OBSERVING THINGS dithront , ' ' I ' , : t
' , AIEN'S AND ,YOUTH 4- ,,,, .,
,
-,:. ,- ---4, ly from nomal has been Holly. n '-' '
,
- ''', ,, ,..,, j wood's stock in trade for years -, ' rom , . ,'' ..i., ,
,,,.,. ... , : Waterproof Swiss Wt i -,-
..,,, ,, , ,,. ., ,, ,, ,, , ,, , , , , , the possible box-office wallop ,of 1 nt
ei ' ' WATCHESIettily tested.' Water-
TWO ,ALBROOH SEHOEBNTS,' MSgt. Frank i'lt. ,Carroll,left,' NCO in charge of-the periodic LSD, 1 guess,. can't be ignored. 11A) 70 lightweight Wool Blankets proof 11111111011S dials-17 Jewels
I maintenance dock, and SSgt.' Floyd E. Posey, center, 'estimate repairman,,-of the Aircraft It, may become as important as .
, stainlesi s steel back.Rog. 11.95 ..,
, maintenance sectioni'recently received certificates and cash awards for their Military' job sagA nen pills and tranouilizers in Hoi. ". ,, ,I - TWIll' Bed Size--Reg.,16.95 : - h 4
.
' gestions. ,Maj. William I,,. Witham, aircraft maintenance officer, 5700th Materiel ,Scluadron, lywood, where. people take pills ,
.',issiade the presentation.(Official USAF PlItol '', ,' '' - P -:,1',.';'. ', ,y ''', ', for everything. , ,, .. ,
, Tee frittlifortIne Sinn eeh filini, ' '. .
NnW '1 9 ' .. 1 .: NOW: 8.95' '-':' : ,:

, g "'"", 6'71 ,
2 al -;; tit a .1. IN ..;;.1,1 ihm ,,t4 110 -4

. -, .. ,uota riateaster. 1;.vo ,
I d-i7iit;'.w"havi. wo'ultr'rlie pe-q' after , : f
, women, i- s.
it tze -,. ,..,.,,100.woOL Skirts ,.,
,..,
.
, an ISD Cocktail Party -- two :... : '!- '1 ..,, -- -- ; '. - NOW. 9.95 ,, ,: s-, '-
, ,. ,, ,,,,, J ,, , ,, : ; ,.s Ir. ,,,,,.... ; ,,,.,- :, ,, ,...., ,,-- tenths k of a milligram to a cus- , FRI-1 A'T 4u 6,, . 1
iw., .' '4 -' ,, ,,. .- -7 .. ..' , .. ,-,, -,-,,,,,,,,',,,,,,,,,,,- tomer at the Screen ,yiTriters ,, ,
,. ,
,, I . ,, ,,, ,, , ,4 Grild. ,,, ,. ..; 4 -, ; tt V.,, .. uMLI-I11-41A . ,' , ,., ,. ,
,
tioni,anrol.1 -Or doe LSD explain such re, ,,, ,, i a, ,, ,, .
, cent frimg ta "I Was a Teen-Age i. t
, , ., ,, , , ,t ,... ,,, , 4 ,:.,., , ; .., ,.. , ,, llf 1 I 14, 1 1 I I 1. 18. , "11. mw,, Werewo ? ., ,, -, ,- ,, , 2, ,, , ,,
.
.
, ,
.. ' : ov LOUlS CASSELS ',,,, 1 -, o'f the' 'sfums ere- the roosl elociue'et 1 ,. If a'oy avie- leider remains ult. Hollywood and Grapevine: Bing ,. ,, :- , ' ,-, ,,--0. , r. -On Our Second Floor ., ,
, :,,;,, ,,,, , If m nity im rovement pro.' convinced after a first hand in- Corsby's winter vacation in Palm ) 1 ; ., '- - ' ' '
, 4 or com u p 1 .. .. ... .

usbilinecioftlifieciadiasyhsadvechatforiac.hNeaatlit22onz, thLeAe:ur,tem.d:r. e,resh..01 (11e,st , :
his city the ;ladies are armed Golfer title He captured two big r-1 (-4 r:4 r-3 (--, , 1
mor u

,,,',, respect for tne organizeu, WL-11,,. , H..:,::::,-.:. ::.:., ..,-..,T. ,,.,--yr.,:,...:,----,-----3 ... i, vil,....u, ,0,-,1,0 ,.sst4 ,,,, .zbui wo A uvo tournaments tncre tne Ilium. .',...:. t ,..:',:.. -,.,; ;-,- -::;,-..1, ',..''''",,',,'.',
:.:'.':f 1,::, 1 : ?.:.....:.:-...,',.,.N show, ; how : ,the slums serve -as erbird and Eldorado -,;'during the : : -. ,- ,,- :,, ,:.., ,:: ,, ..1. ; ; ,,,, ..., '3 .- ... ' ' -!
-,,, -. .,,, ,
.:- I:- L.. o) ) :': L , LI, ;. ke:),,L)::.: L3 ,,,,L c....) ,,,. ,,,,z,,.,,,i',: .::'.::,....:. ',.. L I
' '7.g. American, womanhood. ,, -;. ..-,'. . ,.
r, ' , ,.:' .,:::::::,: ::' ' :--,r.,f.:',. i
":.:::' ''''':',::.;.,1::'''''-":''.:: t 4-,' :::',:''.' '''''--,-1 breeding greunds' for .trilne;' Jim. last montbi And everyone thought : ., ','''.1 -:', '''. l' ::.: , ,.,. .
.
- t. k 4,t,''f',..,.
,, ., :
',,,,4A,-Ittlias become one of the Axioms : .(e'-'1 ,
,i,,,:.:::, I enile delinquency, narcotics addle. he was on hia honeymoon-. Pals .: ,. -. ', : ..- ,, ,.,.,' r. --,,,- : -... ,,,-- ,:'. ,, i ..... 3.- .,-,,,:, .. ,-,,,&t f .
' -:of U S 'politics that the surest 1, ,. ,,,,,, r tion, and disease, They document of Anna Maria Mberghetti are pre ,' ,:
-i.-, al re 'rt ,-::;., -" I 1 th hi dibl rcrowding,',, the
i ,-,,,-- : e ere e ove dieting she'll wed ,Carey Maguire. .. 1101.1 HAVE BEEN DREAM
ING'ABOUTNOW, AT GIVE-AWAY. PRICES -'. .-, i' ,:. : t '', :: '
,- way to get action on .a. sop :
, -, ,': -::' -.. .,
,,, .,':
1 ':'-',1" ':' ) lack ot privacy ,'and sanitation, 8 Dallas businessman... Erin '0'. : i ,:', ".' .. ' ., -, '', .., ,. - .,... ? .,- , ,, ,.. ., . ..
' ''' g rm 'is to get the women .!-, and f.
- ,,,, 0 d !,.-- f..:,.
-:. : t 4,, k t ,t',. ,., .. ,. :.
, ,.. .::
- --.. Jelly the antra women .,--- ti ., ..,.',.,,,,,..,-., ,- 4 conditions that prevail in' run Erien 'and Ann Sother are' follow- ." .!-, ', . -., a .,
: tiesPec t 1 ' '' '''''"" ''':4- "' : down sections., .::., .,,, ',,"::i..-::;!-:::-;. ,i: ing the trend ...,, they'll r e c o r d ,.... , .,-,..!
i':, For Casual-WearFormerly from 9.95 to 35.00 , .: : : , ... ..., ..
:. ,
arotised abou i :, ,., .. ,, , il. , ,::: ver
t , ,
. , .
. . .. , ..
0" '' : ,'.' r ''' '. '..1',' ; k' their., first rock n roll,,songs..0M ,,.. , ,...-- , ,,, .. kiln
' '''-' ''' "--,-''' -:''-'- :14 '::: '' ': '. Victory. Not EasY '--- radio.' shois joining old movies in N .. -,.: : : - : . : .: .,..
.
W-From 4 95 to 14.95 ::::., -, ::,.,,.:'!,i-:, ,, -.. ,, ;! ; is..y ,, ..''.,.. :: ::i
: .., :; .., 11V .,.
--1-lrair 'warning is here y serve: :,,,,, ,:5., .,-,.. ''N,,,:,.,,,,,,:,:,,::: k ...,,::,. : ,. .. .,
0 t b t, , i
,on civic' functionaries that' this, po. -.N:,::::,,,J: ,,, :'- ' the race .for .nublic favor is mon :.-..; ',. ' ,,; ., -' ,....-:. ,- ', ,,,, -. :.!,-- -,!,'., ,, .:: , -. .. ,,, .!. :,: ..,, ,. ... ..,:: -,- , :
hzed ':::::Ni-;:" : .. -::::,:,,::::::,:,:-: :, :. :::::
' tent force is again being mobi ...-::,,,,.,,,- .,,....i..,....:.....,....,..:.. .:.
' '''''''"'-':': i ) "':" '.'No woman's organization which .,. . ,,' ,
ey in the bank -for Lum and Abn, t ',-. ,,..-,,,... "-, '..,,' :.,,,, .- :;''',, : ', ,i' .4-"', 7- : ' -' ' .;. ',.:. --- ,-.., -- ,.., .: 4.- -. : ..- .4, :
',. In communities across the na ; ..,.. joins the battle for decent housing 1.- (chet Laub) and Norris Goff), 19.9 to ty.9 , , : :
; ;,' ', For Afternotini and tocktail-WearFormerly tram . ,, .... .: ,. ,. ,. 4 ,, i: -....
4--k,:::,::::::: ::,.:::::,:::::::,:::::::::::::F.:: : 4, should', expect to win ;"; victory They ,,are 'reissuing almost., 2.000 ..,-,- ,, 4 :, -- 1.' -,
- :,", ," "' ','-',,;.".' '---" ' ' '-: 4,, --::::,..i ':' :',',-;::::;';::',:-:-:;:: ':'' :.:- ': with one "come and see tour.'' ,In
' ':' Its-;',target ; this time : is., s ,..::,,,,,. .,,. . ... ,:., of their old quarterhour -.- .,' radio ', : ', .. ' '
: tiOW Fro'M' 7 95 to' 35 Oa.-
3 ti :' ' ,:, '; r :.:,. i'":1,.r.i'':::::',-, ' ''''''''..i; ,4.,.,,,,
, ()using. 1, ,,... ; ,,,,.. A.!, ...t. .,, i.,.,.,..
Annapoh ,, c u r c ,,wo en
.
countered 'strenuous :,, opposition, shows, Goff is now se ng tea ... .. .,, 4., ,,- , 1 .. ,. ,,,. ,. , ', : ,,,o, N 4 ..
estate: in,, La .Tolla, Calif, ,'' and ,. -:', .',', ::" :,, -' .. ., ... ,- '' ''''''' ''- : ' :-., : .:
' :;,--,::,,-'''': ridiculc, et-ten,' threats' when 'they Lauck 'is .'-'an' oil tompany public ..
' '. For Eiening and ,Dinner-Wearm-Formorly fr L, A ,,,.....,, - ;
om 25.00 t 95.00 ,7.,.,-....,,:,,. : ..,.,,.:.. .f,,'j..!,0,;,. .i., ..... ,,,,...,..
. ' h bliaingll'ia being done' bY1 t ::::', oi.,,::,,, .:::
t '." 'T e mo i rt .,,,,,.....,..., ..:....
,,i, '-'),, began- badgering, Citl-Councd. to
- 4 4 f k
' .. United ,Church Women, a depa k.'0,,..,,,-,,,i:-;::: ,.::: relations counsel.. .: ., ,:,.' .' .- -,' '' 7 .' I. ,; g ,i . , ..,
. .. .. . u,.
'''' ... nt of the National Connell -.of : ...,(-, ,,..1,
me -,"rt;:;:i -2 clean up3the: slumsI'Vith,the help ,...:,- -, ,,,,, .., :.,,.,;:. -..... ,..,,,.,.. ., : ..,.., ,. :
''''' "i '' of, a local; newspaper,- however, :
4,
4 -.'''':...-!':. '.''. .- ." NOW, From :10.95 : to 45.0Q.:,:::...,;.-4,;:,,,',!-.;;:.:.;:s.,:,..:,..,.,,, ..,,:..,,t, ,,
, e .". '
i,'Churches, "which -represents some rz, :.,,1:..,,:::::: THE ANNUAL -:-Screen Writers , .,, : ,, . , -,, .
.
"
: '' -''' 10 Iron women 'in
, .,,,- MI 1 34-: major ..r .:1,q::, "::.: 1 mane ed to get the issue be.,
I ''''''''' they g
1:::, I fore. the public, and -keep' it alive.
1 '-::',' I Atvard Dinner; tb .other ,,,c. night ; ; ,,,, .. --",! .; .-. !,.. ',. ,: . .. ,.. , ,, .. ., , :. ..
t' denominations. ',.. :!,-q1-,.4,!..:-:
! t" .P.rotestan- t, -, ,''. ', .' iv r-,,-,.,"'' I had-,tbe, year'S ,best set.. ;,
- 4' lis k -isi,now'i"undertakin a ,,, . ': .'' '''' -' I,' - MATERNITY., DRESSES-;--For all occasions -, ,;'. ,,,: :. '.: ,,,,, .5 ..,,- ,,
,
' ub-1,- ..','; ',1-10,-,-14. ..,,t, iii '1, P :, ',:' ':::: ':.:.',i : -1': .1:: V7. 1 :si SIUM cle ieance and' low.cost- pub pub.,
., pub., 0. :,, department, Nanette Fabray.- Ma. .- - :. : : : 'A :': NOW r -4 95."''''''' ' ''. ..' ''.... '1.
rom .; ,,.-. .', :; ..,. :,- ... :,; :! .',. :: : .....:
4,',...;,,:',;,,;:. Local 'Activity ,,,,,,,-.:::! r J ::,:... 4,,.:.:, ,.
1 .1," :iv," ,, Annapo g Padded by. a studio
::,::!,,... : ,, lie' housing project. ...','-' ,...',' .. : .. wardrobe 1,,.. ,,...6 ,-::1-, :',.. 4? t : :.., :-
I '-' ', ry McCarty, Ind Shirley Mact,aine ', , ,-,.,), ,,,:-,,,, --,: ,., -' ,-i, 4 ,. :
. ...,,,,,, ...s.,,': ;-, Y ..kA.L, ;:.:, :,:ii ''',.-1'', I-, ..i.t,;,.. 4.'': 4''. , .. .
?..",,.,,, 1. j'' '''.. '1 '1.:,':'. .-r.'. 't t il:-14"'''''.."..''''''.: 1 to d 'th h It li n movi '-'' : '' '' ' -':'''' : ''''''' '' ' ' ' ' -- 't i '' l''''''''''' '''-'1 ''''''' ', '-';''''' ''''''." '''' '''
.
''''''''': '''''''''' '1' ''' ' ':11' 'd ''Mi h t 'nd in s ppe e s ow.aa a a e ,:: I,11.'t. :,...., .:, ,.., ., ,,, -,... ,
' '' ' .4iit'l it d W.' ii Ii'...:.:-:::',:.L ''::,
i ''.. -utlit0 p 1; ale a 1,,-,'-':'-';',-,;:'.: :,,,-,:--.-:::;.4.-: :I.A.i i In,Grand. ain 8,' c 0 a queens, warbling: -,,,,',,, ,,. ,-, ,:t ,..,',,, ,,i,'. :, .,
'' '41''S11 cv ozi in :4 kt,g'hiPSiat; alfili;,.', I:, --.:. ,';:',::;. ; ,'",'''',,?:,,":, ,::-Vito Porthindvt .0re.;.1,church women .- 4"Silieno; Sonhia.-and-tina,', the 1 a 'Woot or Li ht Weight 'foil ,Spring. and ,SMMer. ., .,,,, ..... .., .,. ., ,
,.i ,:71R.A.V.E., SPITS77.9010 g ,:,. , ,.;
..', -rItes:....e iii,'..'Litc&so, 4 gid!...Societies l'i..--'1.'-':ES1-.,,, i '' ''''','--7,',:',-'4" !Ito have directed.theirattack'plimar. s Hill f R 9 : ., :. 1 ' .. .4. .ii i. ..'
lx,, 3 P qnle'-': '''. ''''''''' ''''' ,.-- mro 4.,,,. ; :.., 4,;;;.i.,,4,,,!1!.41,.4 44..... .. :.,. ., ? 1
yo,r, .. : ''. ..... '':. l' f 4 i I 1 d li i discrim '''''' ....!- : : .i'''';' ''' .1:' NOW- t ro b 95 ., .. . .,
, ,,,,;,and,,Women's' -Alixillaries' al' 200,, itv:;:e...,,,,,7,i,::.: . : .. ..
,::-.,.. --: ,...,,,...4.,;' r ity at rac a ,,an re g ous 4,,' ,- ,,,: . .,. ,, ,...,:. ... N... ,,,,,. ,,, ., ... :.:..,.: ; ,f. ,,.. . ..,.. ,. , ,,,,:,,, ... :::,! .. ..,' -,,,,, ',.. --" ,; :, ,. :::- .. -. --,. ,,.. ,, : '. 7 ....-, :. ,:. '-,'.- ,,
-':.'.--'..:'';,:-;''- If r ination in housing which,,:jorces :,.,
'' "';'000 congregations,to take on the ift:,.1:.-,:,,,:--,:!::,, ," ':, :,,i- '''.:?, THI NEW LOOK; in:: Movie :ex- '- '., --..,-..,' ' : ''- ' : '' ''''' '' -'-.. ''' '.'' .- '-' ''' ''' '' :'''' "- -' 1 -- ''-' :' ' : "161'"m""'""11' ''
. job of ,Halerting their Ceininunities 11:::.,,:l..;,!..f,:::::: -'1'''. 4 li,, minority ,groups into higli-; r
,: ,,, ,,,,..r ,,: 1 ent ,. .. .. ,. :
bibition, it 'seems tq :me, ',is; re ;,: . .- ,
-' "' ta,,,' the ', urgent ..., need" t- for 'alum I ri:),;,;::,::,-,:-,,. ,,,:
.,, ,,:,,,,,:.: , ,, gliettoes.-,,k1,,,,, -' verting back to the' old days ,when .,' 7. ,- ;., '- ,' .- ,..... .5.- ,. - .., , ,,,,, ,,,.-...,,, ii.,,,,,, ,,,,, A c- ,- I '
.
,.,,, i ,,,:::',.:.::::,.:5-.',..x.
clearance' low,tost 'housing,' -and t,:,,,,:,,,,,,.,:,,,.,
.. :' .- I i:'-'',:-.,::::, 41. -Miss Ester- Stamats; :social re. the mew' came,, to doV,,n, There .., -' ., 4-.yrrrivritv vsvotTrmat'a ,, ,.. ..
M)BAGS i' '''' ': '' '., ''. ..-- ,, : :
1.,:',:::::,:: ..'' I 'ti 'ditector,"oCUif.ted ;Church I it ' ', '''' rittx,iltAx rEdur uitiza. ,. ,::. S.. Lavita Eta ., :. . ,: , ,,,,, ,...,;,,., .,,
. ,,1 a MIS
' neighborgood rehabilitation, ,proi. .i::;:,::::,,,,:::,,,-,:,,,,,,,, .. ---. was -the tb g top with s' great ,.. -",.t .,
, 44 .n. '. :::':":".......'" ;':":'::::11 Women, said the women -- are in ,. ,-
,' ,i-T-""'"' '' ' '' ,' A -,!-,: , .'') ;e,'.:,:,::::::,Na,-::.'::. -,::::-p--:::,,,,m:,":,j this- light I 'staV.',":'..'', "''
. acts and its' glamor, but ,,before :,.-, . in leather. lastio;.' straw.:F.,',, , ,,,,. ,,,- , . ,,,. .
. ,- ,,, ; 4,. :,' : ','! .,, ''' ., ' 'IF,.:.,:,;:.:,:::::::::::Q 'i k '; ',,':::;;K'',!::;::.::;',::::::'; : ,. "They ", have : seen for: .. theM.,
yott ; arrived" there. you had -!-' t
. o ,--
, Made,...,bottled and sealed In Franco.. ...,-; 7 . ,,, t ...I? ,: ,,,, ..:,. ...,,, :-..,, .. ,,, :: .,.,, .,,:.,. t,,,,.. :
.. Neat,Friday (may-- 2) church ,t,::44 ., -:,:::-.,::::.,,,,.,,..,:,..,, 1,!., : th
na v e sideshows on the midway
"--',"'''':"':''"'''''''''''''. :I the icandaloua Conditions ',- :,-. - .- 0 .' ,, ,. i ;:, -.:; , i ,'
' ' Col gnes tincl' Toiletries :. , .-; ., For Evening ; .. .: .: , '-',-, '..' ..; ,......-.,,,, .:
Daytime Or ,
' 1'1 vv.' omen's' organizations in 'Scores ,, :::::-:() 5::::':'-,:i 1 :::::::::,,:i!:::,:,::,:,-,i: se yes ...
OP The midway,. for the mehld ,and ; .. :'f '-.': . t:
.: co. ''' ''4'1:.::'::"-".:."''""::' '' "-''' '''-::":::-"':::::,, that exist m the. slums,. she said. '' - ,...,, :
-
,
, ,,,of :cities :will sponsor come a ,,, Curious ,, featured bearded 'ladies ' '' Drastically i reduced 7,,, , ., ,,, ., .. ...,. ,,.., .. .. .., .L.. ,,, ... ., .... .
' i "lee tours" of the sluma1 This' idea : i ::1,:,::1::::-:::,::::-:-::..
'i,i':"-,';:4",:i,:"I-.4t 1,:,:"-.3',,--x.... :.,''''''"-....1--4', "They' know, that no- woman -can ,... ,. al'. .; ',. '." ', . ; .. .,!' -.:. N' .1 ..- : '' ": : ':!.: . .: : 'I : el ,,, ..., .::. ,,:
:::'''' -- 401..L., 1 '..i '; '' : ; A h children the' ight kind of '"" Ivie!-" swallowers ana 14, the -.,' :. ., -,. ., , '-'.: .- -
' "tvas-- originated :by '' the,' church '-''''''-'''''''''''''':",'","""-- , ,, ,. t
-,,,41,1:,., give, er r &Ai-- 1.21111. LOSTY11 V-- . L. IIAL

: women, ,Apnapol,irs Md.,:several 9IRC.15. C sp.on I mkhome, 11:such .surroundingg; 1 ie"av.,:T.0,4,:,,,g1, :man!' ). ,, , 1 , 1
1 t NnW frnm i

years ago... loallL 1.1uul .uY 1!uk, !IFt' 41111 r4.1 irnAny two 1."; I -I lunw fzam 1 11 1 1 01, ff do. :r : J. ;

t 1 mary buyers 1101dS one of a tne ricnest nation on earm to let th--4-4' 'r""'C4" lea5t, 111J TT Al U111 7). I I
, theatres is biMng such shockers
, : Ciiurch women- have" learn'edt flock forced downp,on ski lifts million families.' ive, in sub,. ,
, movie midwity" of cheap LA 011- , 1, -
that the actual eighto 'and smells t 1,,when their' wings iced Up. standard housing.",
" 4sniAnt rrnm flys TTAIrgamene tg

.
.,,,, i
, f.,
t :
....... !,. i
:' ),,
;. ii
. s
, ss I
1
, s,
tr, s
k ..,0 ''''
:',' ::- s ; .S.,
' .
..,
1,,
,,,
0,
4
4,,,,.- ., .' .' k -r
,f
.
.:',.- .g
. t.
.
, to t ..
.
,
, tt,t,,
.
' ,';'.'', ...
, lt,,,,,.
, :,
.
,'' 4, I, ..
,1 '1o, ',.
. :,:. .: : .. .
,
,. .1.,,,:,,,,S9k441K,A4a944,04redem000limemouw,t4,65.4,: .:,:ke,.4411000::::.41momm
. .. a Ir V t, VP t, 12, a IkTTe ', SR Woo4, rrli tit, ;.' WA' riarrn'



,
T1 IPANA:! L. ,. , 2

Nr!
TAZZ

"Nee ;

tio,,,:40",96iiikiiAliosomwev.alvimmomAummoom,woommovi-.4.,,u,,af,04,,WN.Aa4,44.44316,4
- -
' MISS ELIZABETH ANN 'ALLEN&
EN. AND MRS."TRIIMAN H. LANDON' BOMA
12ARIBBEAN COMMANDER-EN-CHIEF AND MRS. GAITHER
,
The COmmanding deneral Caribbean Air Commanrand
t.
MrS! Truman H. Landon will entertain at a cocktail bullet
this evening in honor of 'the Commander In' Chief of the
1 Caribbean Command, General Ridgely, Gaither, and Mrs.
1 Gaither. ,
' Among the guests will be military officials,- members or
the' diplomatic corps and other dignitaries from Panama and

, ,
STRAVAD MATS:
,mSoloygeshoohh
!Wilding protelos,
onti viismins',troluo
-
Oleo poor torapt.
hi

, Olt Abet JUKI
b hos Vile-sin.
baby isswis'shsity. :
Aboody str'shwild
POo Olf010
sibilant serails

T111111110
soothe toodor
eves. The horse. r
- thoo deeps b my
for baby to floidO,

, Jill, Olt lAtAn
1 4;.44o,ristilmo root
tor Woe bobloc,'
, Moots,,r, mildly
boomed :, d:gtori
, to dloolL '.,''', ,,!.';

'xitilot loops
-t-Theie elleed
belts, '4110014v
;ed. emeeile
ere lied foie
t elder bold's:

MARie POON
;-Howithinti
'timetables, tivits,,
pvddlogi;solopsi..
on4 'logy

Sill Millis Baby:foods are
rich hi bodrbuilding,iyini4
ishment. And -yoUr baby 'is'
eur? te like the tempting
vanity of these fine foods.
' The high tiluditY, PuritY,
and flavor of Heinz Baby
foods Sp3 protected ,in safe,
, convenient jars. ,."
Give your'baby Heins 1
Beby. Foods' every day.' '''
They're godd for him!

1
tilt

(te-noie'- 15ar 134; :

,
y ta
en;r...b,111.si r4 gpiL, .417:3,;;.t'Llt
:It L, ly o' sow 20740 op 2-0 741 Itordo Y;00 semi 0 am- dolt

I

Miss Elizabeth' Alion's '",
E no a g em ent Announced ,,
Mr. and Mrs. Wilam B. Allen
of Margatita have announced the,
engagement 'of their daughter, E.
lizabeth Ann,' to Specialist Noel
A. Hansen, son of ,Mr. and Mrs.
Norman A. Hansen of Marshall
town, Iowa..
miss Allen was graduated from
Balboa High, School and attended
Bradley University in Peoria, LI
She is presently employed by the
Electrical- Division at-Mt. Hope.
Mr. Hansen was graduated irom
Marshalltown High School hs Mar
shalltown,, Iowa. He' is stationed
at Ft. Gulick with the Army and
will return to the State& for dia.
charge this aummer.-
- The wedding is -being ilamied
ter earb, June.'
' k
Blenvenido.Despollida
At Fort ,Clayton Officers' ClUis
The-Fort Clayton Officers' Club
will be the scene Saturday -eve
ning of a gsla Blenvenido.Despe.
dida dance m honor of Col. Wel
'ter Killiale; departing Post Com
mander and Mrs. 'and
Col. John D. Coney,' the new Post
Commander at Fort -Clatyon; and
Itrs. Coney. --,
All newly arrived 'and departing
officers will be honred. The re.
eeiving line for the formal dance
Will start at 6:30 in the evening.
The price of p admission for
'cocktails, dinner and danging will
be $5.00 perperson.
,

Mr and Mrs. Russell
Norris Nero From SC Louis
Major ,and Mrs. Russill S. Nor. 1
ris of Fort Clayton entertained at
a cocktail party at the Clayton I
Hirers' Club recently in honor
of his mother and lather,,Mr. and
Mrs. Russell Norris, who are via
iting here from St. Louls, Mo.
,
inset' At Brazilian Embisty
',The Ambassador of the 'United
States end Mrs. Julian Fiske liar.
ringtoa were honored ,guests at
a Milner at the Embassjn,
dence of the Brazilian Ambatsador
and Mrs. A., Boulitreau .Fragoso.
Other 'guests, were the Ambassa
' dor. of Grcat Britain and Lady
Henderson, the Ambassador ,of
taly and Mrs. Mario Maks'', Maj.
Gen. and Mrs. Thomas L. Harrold,
Mr. and-Mrs. Raul Garda de Pa.
redes, Mrs. Carmen E. Arta a,
Lie. Camilo Levy Salcedo, 111r.,
and Mrs. J. J. Vallarino, Dr. and'
Mrs. Antonio Gonzales Revilla and
Lic and, Mrs. Ignacio. Molino.'.
Reception Celebrating, 10th
Anniversary of State 'of Israel
In, honor of the tenth anniver.
sary of the independence of -the
State of Israel, the Israeli C 8;11
'sul and Aaron 1 Eisen were
hosts at a reception ot. their Bk
lia Vista residence yesterday,
Mrs. Aquilino &pot Entirtains
For Mrs. Samuel Aliperin
Mrs. Aquilino Boyd, wife of
the Minister of Foreign Relations,
' entertained at a luncheon at the
Panama Golf Club on Wednesday
in honor of Mra. Samuel Allper.
in, wife of the-Ambassador of Ar.
gentina. Among the vests were
the ladies of the Diplomatic
Con '
- (CONTINUED ON PAGE AVID

rllifir
AKE MODS

1'""?11''
avo Pft II fp 11.1

,t.

0'1!"

THE sootier you write 'any kind
of thank you letter, the easter it
vill be to write. For the' prompt.
126311 of your response conveys
yoir appreciatiou.- Put off the
letter and when you do get a
round to writing you will really
have to pour on enthusialiin to
make up for the lateness of your
,thanks. ,1
' The goonet you say "T hank
you"' the more convincing 't your
"thank you" will be. -
ILL sACQUIRR FIRM4
BEVERLY' RILLS, Calif. (1:1P)-
4Sunset International Petroleuni
Corp. will acquire McRae Oil and
Gas Corp. of Denver, according
to a joint announcement. Spokes.
men said the transaction still Is
subject 'to' stOckholder 'approval,
however. ; s t

Mexang On Mel
t Mutant prevented diaper rash to (wilt
95 or hospital eases tested! No ordb
nary powder. it's medicated.antisepti4
s, bas absorbent cornstarch base. Clings
close. prevertu beat task chafe, too.
the after every change. ti;

'EXAM

MEDICATED-POWDER--
Medicated Memo Skin Cream helps heal
detergent hands. Its gentle lanolin softens
dry, parched skin, erp

0111

alio

(Si ELIA' 'CARTER ARIONA,- daiighter-of and Mri.
Buford Carter of Curundu, who' is" celebrating her fifteenth
birthday today., A party in her honor will be'lldld, this' evening
, at the Tivoli Guest( Rouse. x 1

,
3 'US Officirs'
Lost On:Flight
In Stith Iron:

L TEHRAN, -Iran UP)-:- Three
S.,Army 'officers hive- been
misSing since Tuesday on a flight
from Kerman to Isfahan in south,
ern Iran, the U. S. Embassy an annotmced
notmced annotmced Thursday. ,
'IrElltin MY' Mier also
as aboard the plane, a ,single.
engined L.20. The plane did not
tarty a MHO. ,
,! The embassy said the, three
kmericans were attached to the
Iranian army. They were making

for, an Incomparable evening ,,,,,
' TI1E-BELIA VISTA
feattitintir''P-: "'
:Ahe exciting Spanish dances .0f
GOYO' REYES:and OEPITA ORTEGA
(Perfornitni Awica nightiy).: t

,
.,'Music:fordlnint and 'dancing
by Clareti Martin's ,Orchestr,
Betty, Wil Batmen, Singing,

. ; and ,: -... ,t
Ano land Diaz playing :the Pk' no rnd
r singing' at. intirrnission.

: with ''""

, Closed Mondays
, ;
' 7
g CaU Malin d'botel, 3-1660
' : for table reservations

No". 5 VIA ESPAA.. -I. 111441-194

, Dealer's m'. 'KFRI-Sel,..I1 ;:
t to me TRAVtItSi'
u asure RODS
$
And-rktAcKs
, , '1
- utct) AcIosE$ v.-J.4, A
": ;
,

irEG1723tC30

TASTES BETTER

C
.)
t
IMMO

ONLY ,,6 HOURS LOWEST' FARES
COonectiono In Mexico or: of, Nortli Anierici

11Elltid.Z131-711Eeiodi
TELS, 3.1057 & 3,1698

i topographical survey- When the
plane vanished.
Officials ,leared the plane was
forced down ',by unusually bad
weather in the ,xparsely.inhabited
region., 2
An extensive Alit and ground
search was under way.
The names, of, the missing of officers
ficers officers rwere not, disclosed.

,
STAY 'FOR' DINNE,R
"-ATIANTA (10)-44loyd 1.:to-
man, Just dropped in, at the
police station for a ,chat with de detective
tective detective 4.: D. Duncan. 'As they
talked,Y, "yranted" bulletin
blared On thi police radio: ,Dun.
'can took 42 look, found a itun on
Ibis Visitor, ,finci, eseorted him to
' n

pON,StrifT YOTJR !rRAVEL",AGENT

' 3
s,

I a

rs, r
1.-
t;
All roads lead to the Parque
Infanta "Grinco de la Guardia"
on Saturday, 6 p.m., when St.
Christopher's I -iscopal Church
will sponsor its fJi annual gar garden
den garden party.
Heading the list of special at
tractions will be the giving away
of two beautiful gold wrist watches.
Admrssion- to this mammoth
fair will be absolutely free., A va variety
riety variety of foods and sandwiches,
such ac arrot con polio, meat
pot pies, patties, souse, and hot
dogs will be available.
Mso to be featured will be pal paltry
try paltry an interesttng assortment of
games, a tombola, refreshments
and a novelty booth.'
The committee in thirge of
this year's garden Party Is as
follows: Edward Willock, Chair.
.man; Cecil L Carter, assistant;
Mrs. Mildred, and the Woman's
Auxiliary, food; Mrs. Beatrice St.
John, pastry; Men'a Fellowship,
refreshment; Young Adults and
Choir Guild, games; Pearline Cart Carter
er Carter and Olga Hinds. tombola;. The
lertio! Guild, novelty bootb; Er.
nesto Murray, propaganda.

Each notice tot inclusion in' this
column" should be'' submitted
reso-writters form And mailed ea
, the boa oumber Hated daily in le ledal
dal ledal Ind Otherw les.", or delivered
bv hand to the Dice. Notice et
westing cannot be accepted by
telephone. , : , :
.
Dri 'genets Postpone meeting y.
r Because of I, meeting called by
the Chinese Ambassador for to-day
in Colon; ra meeting of the
Cooperativa Dragones has been
postponed until tomorrow at the
Miraculous Medal, Parish Hall at

IEETINC

404,0,
1,1111111111111101111110
,

Apother quality product of

171 r:::

The moral councll of the L LniOn
niOn LniOn Church of the Canal Zone
will hold its quarterly', meeting
Sunday afternoon at 2:30 at, the
Gatun Union Church. '-
Though only regular delegates
have voting power at this meet meeting.
ing. meeting. all members of the Union
Church are invited to attend and
to contribute as they may' see fit
to the discussion of important mat.
ters of business. -
- Services for Sunday at the Gat Gatun
un Gatun Union Church are as follows.
At 9:45 a.m.' the Church School
and the Adult Bibln class will
meet. At the.11 o'clock service of
worshin. the sermon by the, min minister,
ister, minister, the Rev. Ray 11. Blakely,
vill be: "Living in the Affirma;
five." The choir will shag. 'John
MHasley's "Morning Hymn,"
with a quartet composed of Mrs.
Curtis IT: regrefe. sonrano. Miss
Claire White.- alto, the minister,
tenor, and Mr. Curtis H. George.

At 5:45 p.m. the Youth Fellow.
ship will meet. Miss Claire White
I yresi,tent of '4'14 groim of
lor and, senioehigh Stu,
dents,
, Monday eveninte' at' 7:36' the
vinothly meetine nf the Church
School Council be held t
A cart narty, s-onsored by lel
Helping Hands ,Group of the 1
Women's-Auxillare and uwler. the
co-chairmanchip of Mrs. E. W.
Arlo snd Mrs. ,Georger,Redelp Is
scheduled for, Thursday. May -1,
from 701 JO nor.. in the -Gatun
Masonic Temple.-Home.made pies
will be served for. refreshments.
and table prizes and a door prize
will be aworded2Admission is St.
People of ,,, all denominational
backgrounfis ere invited tn attend
services lit the Gatun Union
Church.
' BAPTIST CHUBCH'
' Cristobal
, The Rev. Jacob Yet a la lamaim
maim lamaim how residing in the'llnite
States, will be the guest preacher
at the First lithmi,n
Church at the it o'clock morning
Plinday
, The Rev. Dyer, who' is,.itiekint

Choice

odidiAIMMEIMPIIMMEMMimemong

,

heeres,,luxury, perfected protection are 'now yours witi
, New Modes& Only Modess, has this new fabric cover that's
incredibly sete.,'. and White : and sheer:with thousands
of tiny Ortorations that thsoth instatt tly and completely.-
This month, make Modeis your discovery.
,

,
his only Atiantic Lie arrearar-s i
on Sun,ay, is one his way to Ja JaoftmhBelsthiecufeaonrsiinedAntavskani;:nasagttieBsiu,nyp'hcerir
oftmhBelsthiecufeaonrsiinedAntavskani;:nasagttieBsiu,nyp'hcerir JaoftmhBelsthiecufeaonrsiinedAntavskani;:nasagttieBsiu,nyp'hcerir ewsiadsenpceas tiara' a
tist Churches, Jamaica, B.W.I. The
cult of Sap
Rev:Dyer held other promient pm.
sitions in Jamaica including that
of principal of a high school.
The Rev. Dyer has also 'served
as Chaplain in the U.S. Army with
the rank of captain.
At night, there wig be a large'
baptismal service. at which sever.
al candidates will be immersed;
The pastor of the Church, the Rer.
Sylvanus A. Scarlett, will con;
duct this service anck.will deliver
the message.' 1
! '' uNiqm CHURCH 7
, 1 COCO- Sato, Margarita , ,,
s A group of five youthful must.,
ohms under the direction of Mrs.
10. E. Jorstad will share in the
I Union Church services Sunday at
Coco- Solo and Margarita. , ."
iA 'string ensemble, consisting,of
lour Violins and a cello, it will,ba
led and accompanied by. Mrs. Jor,s
stet!! ,,, 1-, ,,-- --
The pastor., the'llev: Theoderi
E.. Franklin,has built bis sermon
about, a missionary 'theme. Tbe 1
sermon- it entitled ,"The ,Guided
Missiles of Missions'', Those ald;,
ing in tha ministry ,of hospitality,
will be Mrand Mrs. A. C. SWiCe
OOOd It COCO -Solo -and Mr.- an
MCO.. BrUCC O. Sanders,',,Jr., ,a
Margarita.. (., ,. ,,t '''..6 I.
The youth iroups will meet ttI
3 and 'PIS p.m. respectively. The
et
Junior Fellowship Will, conduct t
Sible Quiz while the older group
'will have a discussion on-the bub4 ,-
ject. '44Mixed Marriages";
Me Men's- Fellowshin, )wilr
meet at 610 ta.m. Monday. Nay"; 1
V., Kenneth r. Shelley. chairman(
' of the group,, has announced thati
tho guest sneaker vitliJe lit .Lt.ti
Robert E. Downen. of the Jungle'
Warfare Trainine, Command. Dow
men's subject will be "Hoiv to Live
end Survive in thm iumvie", 'i
-"The evening will hopin with :a,
ammer srvel bv the larlies ho theo
church. The' interested men ot the:
1
eommtmitv .sre -cordially Jav;todo
toshare in the evening activitieS.1

, , .'--,,-, .,,It--'------01- ,,, '''S,.,;., i i ',
-f,' t
Panama L no 1
' ,':'-'!-Octilinon '-',
4 ,--,' ,., - ) n ' 4 4
,, t '; 3 ', -,: -,'' t, 1,4 N ,,141. I,
, 41t,, :if,',,,,,,- ,t,,i ,-,.:,, 1
..,The, Panamcliner Cristobal was
scheduled to-sail from New ,Ydri4
today with oa passengers for Cris.,!
tobal and, 25 paggenstre booked,
for Port-att.rinVI Haiti.,,i, 0, I
..' A number of.. anal employes
1 arefisted amOni the passenger
tor Cristobat,' ',', ,' '
.1 The complete advaltee passenge ;
list ,isr,,Cristbbil ,,follows: ,, $
,T Stuart Allen; Mrs. Sarah C:,
Basile; bliss Edna, L'''' Bennettt
),
Miss Mary Bolcar; Mr., and Mrs;',,
Nictor A. 'Charles; Miss Valerie Li
Charles; Mrs. Edna M. Conger."
Mr. snd 'Mrs. John, J. ,,D evil nt,
MisS Albertini Diaz; Miss, Deha
C.- Fabrega; Mr. and Mrs. Orlan;
do L, ?lye, Jr4 Mri; km 7,, Wot
de la Guardia and sun; -;', I, r
: Jose Ramon Guizado, gr.; Jose ,
Ramon' Guizado, Jr.; 'Mrs; Kiticd ',
Rate,lunan; Mr and Ifrs., Jamel
M., Munter; Niss Florence V. Jel,4
sen; and Miss Edna C. Jefserk. 4
, Miss Dorothy Kilbourn; MI s il 0
Annette, Lahch; Mr; and Mrsi ,.-
Frederick Libutzke; Mr. and'Mrs,
Lew W. Mellvaine; Mrs. Florent4
S. Mihalitsianos and son; Mr4
and Mrs. Carlos Neurohr; Moises).
M. Nevah; Mr. and !, Mrs., JamAll
L'Orr; Mr. and Mrs. C h a rit 4
Pledmonte;' Moe Pollenberg; Miss
Florence Principe; Mrs. Augusta
Rickarby; 'Mr. 'and Mrs.' Kerber'
1 E. Rothwell; Dr. Alonson Roy; '-,,,
Miss Carmen Satz; Mr.' and
Mrs Morris Seider; George ., 'L
Titus; Mrs., Florence Targeont
Miss Eva t, Welsh; 'Miss '' Hilda
Wiesenfeld; Victor A. Yohros; and ,
Jacob A Yohros 0. ,:,

'
,

,
, dously 'exciting book which has
,, been sin outstanding best seller
,,'''''' 41" : htindthhealligethetInr'hir nigatibVelengGPeUrMbliaShb3:
., ", ,r, ed in a dozen other tountriesois
": ', a4he Livinet pai3v, a) ttemel;31, .,. ,
oi0;0, among' those placed in circulatik t
1
I this week,b1, the Canal Zone it t
-' g '-' ,' brary. i
v''-i''' ,,.., fo '' Written by Ivar Ussfier for- g '""I
. who art interested in knowiht
19 t-, tbe extent ,,o1 our,-debt to the
02 men who have gone before, (A
f. ., the book olers panoramic,view t'
0'
- 7 ...-- :' of -the civilizations of the 'ancient ,,,, 41
'.. - world and through some 7,000 1
44- ' .:. , years of history And prehistor.1
I fij,,i; ', The complete list of new books
A, ', .-; 4,-, ....' and their authors announced,' hy
1 rf -- ,, the library this week' tollowsil I
f - k Nokfiction --Broadsides a d A
k'', '' ' s ,.. ' Boarders, Albert: The EC0110111 el
' '. ' ' 's '. of Under ; Develpped Countriti,
b
le ta ric, Bauer; The Horn .and t,he Swotck,
- Conrad." International .Security, ,,,
,; -'. .1 ''', i'' t- -6, t,''-' '' The Living Pest Lissne,11 Ber '
Ininsceozireittaliinbo.rkw, co.yov,urterthwalttitl -,. Name is Mercy, Sister Marla de,
Bey.; From a Chinese City, Pam
,, , sins, Problems of :lumen Adju'sr.
i sheer, with thousands ment, Steckle; 'Principles of Auto.
- .., MOtiVe Vehicles11. S. Dept. I og
2r:fly and completely. the Arty; The Homemaker's Pio.,
, ,
twist Encyclopedia' of M e d ii tit
' Coke Decorating, WiltOn. .,, -6
r;st 44 4,.,vi Pktiew-aSong of the Axe,-1Vro,....
- ( 4. b Donald: The Man With the Ciine,
l'1"""www I ' Potts' A Cage for Lovers, Pow..
IPRillitISPIASI 10Abill NAOS ell; dompany of Cowards, Schak
--,
, Ler Even as You Love, Trevinto,

111.1:...1.14,1,00,..1151...at7E:S.,.01,:th,,...';',E,',- t-1,, te:nnnr-dwecie.-;imwlrerlieskM.E..Licavelins;:di:v:Y.aD08;tzilrik.eirileid'171"eMiuMomrnrorrsauha.101:.na.F;dnidma:;014Melinsfr:e.J1114: ::'' t
, i 1,:...:;N.o....;4.....,N7u.7)t..;..............t.,.,....,..,,,,, ,.,. ,,,, ,,, ,, .,.........; i., ,. ; r i .,i, ", ... 'i : ; i 1 ' .. ; ..,., ': : ',: :, ', 7,.::.:t.. ..,,.; 1 :Uir::. ".. ., ,::::;::: :,.,...: ii,,,,I:
, ,:,,..,. 1 .,,,,,,;,. ,, ...., .,. ,.., 7. (CONTINUED ON, PAGE -FI,111) t,-, 1.,,,':f,... ..:,'. ,:,,,,,,-,,,,, ,,,,,. ,.,.1,,,,,,,,,, ,,, i..,,, 7.,44,11d1 .,.-,: :;,.-.1'',.. ; ',',,';.:,-.; ',', ',1'',
I
. ... a , i ,
' ,o it , , 311,1101 mem,. .. , s
tollo ,, --.' Anoiand 0,1ax .pl,a, y. 1.7.., ,the pir..no .yrt, d, z", . ,, A, , ... 1,,,, ,,-..,,,, ,,v. rit4 ,, 2,;,,:. .,.::::;:....,i,.:. -.: LmE.,.'ommrreibvs;ahmh,ts.ri.msanrno.ds,amendnr;:m,csorhin.,a; jrapiiftAir4,
, -' -1';,. ' 4,;..HoOrlibbl Irotif et AVS" '' ' ': r '. -- 1 singinu at intermission. ,' ''
. ,..0,q. '. ..,,v, .., ., ;.!,,. .,.,. ,11,111' ,c'' L'''0'' ''sfs it 0,1:00,s4 ..r, .:., :;. .,: ,.; r:.,. rPilotredmoconster:ri'
MnripeP;(4MierniterAfu; gMusits: '' : ''''
i , s, lit, , . , , ,
- '''-. for emu, bables, N.,
. k i franDS ' ' '' '''' -' '2. ' '' 5 ' t .
i tt 't1 0' M.11"f laNdlY ., 0, ,A ,,,,-,
.4.. ,nt:. .. T 1,, ERI.c kRaorthbyw;epri 1 Ine or yb 7 r, it :
4 ' 'I- ': ','''s vivo ieeputot:;,,,:tortri : 7 1- 7' ," '''', ,' ' ," ;: Closed. .MondaYa ,,,-,, :,,7,, ,,, -..., 1, .,...
,
. .... , -, '.-... ,, -1- 4.,.' ,' '''' ;16
e '' oe"""I'N '"' to diem ','''' tl'!; ...' '' .,,, ": .j. .. ' ...'; 't.,,i ..;', cap' m,"44,.1 eh'ott-1: 3.4.666 .,,.- ... -. ,' ; ,
r .,
' '" ' '? for table reservations .. s ; .1 ,, s,- ,:-.. ), ., . . ..,
. . .. Miss Carmen Satz; Mr.' anli
. ,
,, , , . ,', Itre.. Morris Seider; George 'In
. ettil'i)111.
, f ,..
.
, .e 't
' Mrs.,. Florence Turgeont
. e. ., ' l. ,.. .., I i .; tftN.. ,. , . MISS Eva Welsh; r nisl '' Hilda
- ,, ; Wiesenfeld; Victor A. Yohros; and
It,
it. ,'. ,, PRI 0 COOREG, .'. 4:,, 4 '-- .' : ,-,.' .'.- '- -: adi'S' '' 'ateh-i-hU.," t, t'''' -. f ,. 4N- l" TA,STES BETTER -
, , ' , - i ( ,,,, , -olio it i t 'I' ,, ...,....il Jacob A Yohros -
t, , I
, t
,..,- b hos Weide. ,1
, 1 it atiAtiltt-Shoply , t mon ...
., .,.. , ,,, 41 , ti t
1,
1 i blbl :11".1611... a 'iiddmoke,:forimi,c k do ,, t.. 1, ; . ,.. ....,.
,...
,.. ,1 re,,,a, A i.,
1
. ,
i 00.1 SiVe 1 I 444 sass thriers rifol, -Rs a' a ',. i . .. '..!,. . ,t, ,. I 1 ..- , -' -I' 1 ,- -, , t . '
,
, a& ,,,,,
i samm'it', b 1"."".116 es ' Wi ritill51,15054111 1. .' w i , ,,,, , , , wawa., t t:
. : dCI .t4INIrl "fa" ..' ' '''''1' tar Iced land'. i ' 'rHE sooner you write any kind , , . ,. re,,t 3114,...utti,
I
. .1".. ' :. ; '..' '.. ''''''' ''' '' .' of thank you letter, the easier it ''' ' '' ' "''' ')",- ,;"1"'' 1". t,'''' ) ,:,, ti.,' A.,'',", -, '1,-, .,.. E, V,,, 1,e..t 1 ',.. v v
,,
i
v 4 r
4 win be to write. For the' prompt. , ; '0',411sl!""'"'""'"'""'-leost,,,t,,,,r1,006,0 ',,,,..,: ,, 1.
5e'' G- - '---7k'O' F.t,,,,v1i.t.'. l 4 -, t
4 o
Iletill of your response conveys 3,t" ' i 'N.
,,,, t
'-'4r- "17: eir ',. .t :. 01 .:-..., ,- -: ,., ,: i , .. ,, , b,A,,,..,,0490tr ;- ;,, i
s, . ,,,,, ,, .. ..,, ':, your appreciation.,' Put off the -, ,,,....00: 11.1;,1., '' ,,,,,,,,,,y, .N:,,,
,.,,,,,,10 4. .. ' ; t i A ;,. ' ..!1' s. '''. ':, 4 ', .4 1
ol ..; ,',,,, $ ''' ,'','.' t! 4-.. .' 4 . letter and sv:hen you do get a. k ,, : , Nov 9 q i
- I
I ' (
1 ' f ' ' round to writing you will really 114......t-"", -; : 1,0,.. ,, 6.' ''
- ''',' 1' Lif
,, TIBINING SIE ,- ,t,,asa, Ion fooDs have to pour on enthuslafm to P .1' 40.4.100,..-.;-.0,--.ato-,-:Nrie 1 ,.: ,, Ws 1 '. ", 4, .4 1401 t ,,,,.4 ;
-,... make up for the lateness of your s
1 ,....."; ..---, , 'Iti 4
:I ' tert CIIITS-ThOg ',
4 k, ; 11 9 , d o: , f-ticotith, Inge testf, ,thanks.- ,is .. , ,, ""..., , , ; .
' 1 '' 13- : 6.... -. ... 11-'6- -: ll$ yottfahlot, billtse' The soone you 65Y "Thank :
d -41...--.- eves. ras imss- f
t podding, swops '. you"- the more convincing your
t-,' .., "oe. shun shops to my ii ova yok,, --- "thank you" will be. - -, ',-. 4 -, ...--;;,131, -- .i.. -, .,. .,.., ..- -t i 1
. , dawilet, , 4.,,,,,wk A i,,' ?
, ,, ',',;,,,,i' J ,d i ;. oo ' O' '' .1,'
o o it,d1;$ for holey lo holt, i '"''"' ,-,... .. . .., .. r .. , ; ',,7.r;:d4it : .. ' , ' "The Living Past," a tremen.
", dously 'exciting book which -has ;
, ,....., tt . t t -.4-, -.,?'" .'"'" WILL 'ACQUIRE FIRM,4 ,- 1., t 01
, :,.
1 ' k '''' '- -' -" -, BEVERL'T HILLS; Calif. (1JP)-
I
' 4-Sunse,t International Petroleunt --.",, -,.-.; ,tr .. :, ....,t,7r, ' '
-.60.4,4 t ,. ,,, . been an outstanding best seller i
- Corp. will acquire McRae Oil and ''..... 1 ,-' '''..J '14- n 0.4,,04,,, 467- 40: J : '.... htandthheagagethetInehir nigatibVeleagGPeU.I.MbliaShl!! ,'
:, . ' '. '. :' '' ''' '' . Gas Corr of Denver, according : Atot hi' s',,,,, ,,, r ' ..
40e i ; r : 4 .4. PO' r q f
. ' e at, ,, ,It , 4 V,110. V- d' , ,' ,. 40,,,, ,,,r ,,,,,, . ,. ,,, ed in a dozen other countries,tis
. 111-' uric imein
,,,, snn o tio ...) to a join announcement Spokes. ?,,,.y,,r,-.,,
men said the ,transaction still .11 --lieloot, ...,,... 4101- ,,,
.,,..,,,,., ,, ., ,,,,,,,, ,,,...,
,A ,. to t I 4 ' ",t, subjict 'to' stOckbolder 'Approval, '' 41-777 , : ? 4e., ,,,&:,,,', :,r., ,, to.1 .. , ,. among' those placed in circulatine ,t
- this' week by the Canal Zone 4
-
' ,e, ,.. is-: 4,, -. t I .. ',, 4',-- g -,,, brat's:. ' i, ,,,f
f Written by Ivar Lissiler for- 8 I
i',,,;',-t.:, ,.,., in,, a yc moo r ,,,,,,,,,. ,,:... ,,, ,,.,,,, ,,,..,,,,,,. .,, ,, ,,,
b
. ,,,,, ...,. ,:,,,s4. 4. ,. III e,
who art interested in knowiht
1'11' I l' ?,' ' ' '' 4 ,,,,,,,,1041S'.7; :1if Or ';;"; l' .4 k : ,. ,, ; I k ; ' ..' ' i
, if tbe extent of our -debt to -, the ,,'
- I' t',
' -$ 0
f!',,' .,', 7 ..,,,,.... :. ofthmee.tnhboo9wheklovoilihfzaeaverusoll'ngsonpacefnothbreamef7aicen,:evitinenl , ::,,,, I,I,
, 'I ., ,-- ' .' liebn Baby 'roods hi '.:. .' e, '' .,-'''''''''''w.: ,,.,,,, .. 1
. t , a I ' il , ..). 4. ..
illieex y Flights, or
, ... -- ,S, ,,,, ., , rich in hodrbitildlikjioiac,' :','., ; ,,,,' f
' I ...0 11 - ; pihment.. An -your baby 'its i ,-, -,- .. , E i - ywooarrids dandhistthorrough,
: .. ''
4-;-.'',-",' '' Dill CTr.NONSTOP ,' ,. ,-- -. ..: ..-, ,. The complete list det8;nrmeehewistboo7111i: ', l,
, ;,... ,, our to liksithe tempting 4- ri'-i-; ..--'' 't-'', ',.-,, ?,..,. :-:.';' --,,, z,,,i., ...,....: 2 -.. ;,...,.. 11111111111 I F t..",-i., 4,', o ,' and their authors announced,' py ...
. vanety of the's fine foos4a. .- ...-'1".:: ,.' ::'-' ''''. .thNeolloircrttoothis .1,3treoekadlsvdieogwsi,,I, d. ,, )
.
.. ,,,,
. .. ,,, ,, The high tpuditY, Punt'', -' ', r' . t r onste atton-' : I 1 ,.., '' ,,--.-k
,'', '7' 's ' '.. Boarders', 'Albert: The ECOOOTTI el
flavor of' Heinz Baby : ... L'''' . ''.. s t R v 1 cE H. - .' '' 4 '" ' ' ''' ' e ' . f
i '' s . el, , , t ,, ''' , '' C ... ': i of under ; DevelnpedSountritt ,
0-4 ' ' oomi'l ' ' ,with-teminine a ne,, Bauer; The Horn and the Swo
' '' IPA-- l'd11 -- - ': .,',, M Uses Mexona 'On Mel '' '' 1 '''''''''7
.1,----,,,, ,,-., .' ' '' -.' Conrad; "Anternational 4 Security' ,,,
, ,
,.,. , t Jars. .,.... ,,, ,, M -,nksh Tc ,,4 , '-, ,-- , , . , , , , uvinbt, past Lissnet; yelp
'.' - Gtve, your baby nein!' 95 or hospital eases tested Na ordi.' .', ,'... ..,. '- Sheerest luxury, perfected protection are 'now yourcwith Narne is ercy, Sister Maria de,l ;
' 'it.ttirt.1 Lo,k...,)4, - ;
si ,, 7 - - Rey' From a Chinese City, tans
- !',' '''' l .-' Bithf, Foods. overY daY: ilarYt:wdbeer.titco.smedmstarchicated'anuseaiPatic. ' ''. s ONLY ,, 6 HOURS' , LOWEST- FARES ., 'L,..'.... , 'New Mosiess. Only Modiss, hu this new:fahric c,0, NTr !WI ,,,
, 4
k ,00.10X7p1
: , m LI 0 I ,.., . . ,, al a Or 11 b tub, cbst I go .t sins Problems of :lumen Adjust.
ment, Steckle; 'Principles of Auto, ,'
' .t , ., -Iney re gooQ. ror mini -: evlos: aftpdprovervul Jaantv. ti.; ,,, ,00. ',,,. i.:, 2 0btreettn,71,,', !it,. .: niii ,,,niii,:en, '1,17,'. ,a,;8,':ef, 'N,opr,t1s, ,, ;,iliti,eri, ea. :' v ,,,, ', oin.eredibly sett'.'. ,'; and White : '.: andtheer, with theusan
, tmh oet iAv rem vve hT hi e 1,: sH oun 1. eSm. a yeerp, stk., ;I, oge. ,,,
,,, ,EzA,ATA , IIS
00 ITLT YOUR XRAVEL"AGENT . tmy. perlor.vation! that ahrth Instf.ntly and rompl,etely,:11- ,': ,. .' '''.
.,, ( CSS OUr u1SCOVelle. , a
Oriel Encyclopedia' of kl.o d 6 n
. r-771(17-Zr7r"ril 21..71 t?1111 111 Tbiti InOnitar M4e MOd Y 0 C ke Decorating, Wilton. 'i ,, -6
II rre 104, III el IS a' ip,r70..3 trl,..11.t ..............,,,,................:,,,,
.,,.........,1 .... 11 11.1 ., J.... -0,6' roll''' MEDICATED-POWDER-- .r!IJEO .,,,, ., ,
. 4 --,Pktiow-a..Song of the Axet-tfor....
;1;4,0 brodnated Mound Okin Cream holps heal
' ,-..,t -, , i, ..t i..,,,t, .., Fo :::
L.: 76.---d L-...at...1 ..:, to
detergent banes. Its tattle lanolin softens '
111, g,,a ii u 1,1 II .4.:ij, Zs; ta) Another quality product Of
, 9 a ,fi,
. , fo , ,, ,- bpoototsT;A'rhceagmeatoorwtoithvetrhse, crionwO., :
,
, Coo 1"""11, ' TELS 3-1057 & 3,1698 ... -
dry, parched skin, : err .. ., .,. , , ell' Comnane of Cowards Schae
, , t- ..06 ,' .11beilltIAIO ?WWI MANI ''' ,- -.,
f VIIIPMMONIMMINMEIMMINI 4.1, ''.. ' , ' , ler Even as You Love, Trevino
.
' ' k
, 1
,
,

Ag
it g t34
d titelltflte ox
(7,

,
. . , , 1 it
,
.
.. .- V.
.
.41i A Pi. VW ii.
' '' :. L 1 4r-',Ali
- -'
, ,
-, : -, - -g :---s i ---. .- -,,,,-:; : ,- r, ,
. --- - la ell - a,lianta ,' .
... . .. .. ,
,, ... ,, , ,, .. ,,, , ,.
;, 'All roads lead te the Parque
' ,, Infantil "Gringo de la Guardia',
. ; ..",;,' ---7-7----- auviar4 'Pt arbso . ,.. .
- 11 '''' 1 -1-.'''"IL' ln 11' L. P -,1:3,.'.1. It I, '441.1 e44,4 I., ,
-, on 'Saturday, 6 p.m., when St.
.: Christopher's I'7,iscopal Church
' '' ''' .. ' ' -- '''' .. '1. ''''. ' '. ' .1'' ' oos.441 to 4.1y. I
.,..s,,A a I. 44...41 ly 1.4.1.4..4. owe. PanitAga' 2-0,74,0', or 2-0,74.! -, is"111.n sk ,, , ,,11.,, -,., ,... ;..:. : .... ,.. :1:: '.. .) ii....;..,:: ...... -..: will sponsor its 1...11 annual gar.
.,'. den party. :. ..--
i :, : .. ...
'
,
' -- '''" '"'. '''''''' '''''''-- ''. '''''' ' "...-..1 Miss' Elizabeth' Allen's '..,-,.,. i ,, ,,.. :.. : :. ,- -...- -, .' Heading the list of special at
' '' '' .: ''' '- . ' -. .; Engagement Announced ,., :.,. 'tractions will be the giving away
'. Mr. and Mrs. Wiiiam 1. Allen ,i, ..,-- ,, :- .- : ....,:. : ,'.', of two beautiful gold wrist watches.
' ' of MargatitA have atmounced the ':,... , ...:, :, .., ., ., Admrssion- to this mammoth
, ,:
, ''. '," V.": ,...-' ::-:.. ' , engagement .of theh daughter, E. '1;..:: ::,. :: :,.-;, ,,., .: :,...... : fair will be absolutely free. A va.
',. 1,--.,.!. ::: : ., ; -. : .,- . : - lizabeth Ann,: to .Specialist Noel -,,.... ...::. : ...! -..::...: ,. .'-' riety .. of foods and sandwiches,
,
':. k ,..'.....i,'.'.....',..'. .:, ',. ', , A. Hansen,' son of ,,Mr. and -2arg. :. : -, ,::: : :,, ',:: -.:. such ac arroz con polio, meat
, t" ', ,: !--- ,-...' :. Norman A. Hansen of Marshall ,t -:-..,,:::'.....,: -.::: .... : -,
.s, pot pies, patties, souse, and hot
' ''',2.;, ..'.' town, lowa.., :,:,',.....: i ,-, ,-- .. ', 4..:::,;.:.'-,-4. ,3,.:-,...: .:::-.-...
. :- :;'' dogs will be available. : ., .,
- ,-... ., miss Allen was graduated' from 0,. 5,-...,-:.,,:. ::::-:,:::::: ,,:y:-:,:.
. . '. ,,.,.-', i
, , ) .., .- ..' '.-.,'...,,,1 Balboa' Higiv School and ettended l'. ,,, ,':-:.-;-:-',,::...:::.-,-,.. :,..:...,:,...,.., . --:, Mso to be featured viill be pro pro'.
'. pro'. '''. Bradley University in Peoria, Ill. -.'...,,.:,,,,,:,,::.......: .,:.:: ,,., -,i,,-..,,,,..:.,..--,:: .,'-,::::;:,4 try an interesting assortment of
' . ,, ...,:-:: .,, ,.
4. She is presently employed by the t.::,:...1,,,-.:.:.:::::.;,::,.::::.:,.:-.:.;:',1:.-.:::.,i...,,,...:.6::...:;',.,:',4,:.,,..A:ii.,'..,..::: :,''''..!,:,..':;): games a tombola, refreshments
-.. ,
. , ., -, t Electdcal- Divisiom at-Mt. Hope. i,.:,:.......,..,....... : ..; ,,.....:.:::,,...,.::::.:.,......,::.::::.::,,:::::::::::,.:.,,:.:.. ...-::.::.,..,,1:,',.;,:l anclial novelty. booth.: ..,,-.,,,,,,,, ,,..,,,',,,,
i',. Mr. Hansen was graduated srom .1,..: ::: i,.,.:.:::::.,,,,-. -..0:,..:.1..,;:,,:::-,.-.:.:-...-:,..,.:::,:::.:, -:-. ..
, . : .., r.-- ,, R
' ,'' .:2,g,: ', 't ::'''. r: : '.: ' ; t Marshalltown High School hs Mar .',.,:..-. -,:::.':', -:: '.,:.- ::.:','..... ..-.,:',,N,:.,1::,;';:k.::,:0".:::::-.':.:i:.,
, .',-.,,..,:.,:::,:iii The committee in 'charge. of
' ..:.) shalltown,, Iowa. He? is stationed t... :'. .:: ...::::-.: ,.....,:;::;-..: .. i4:::::.:--,-,.,:,:;:..,:i,::;,,,;,,0;,..::::,:.:::-:..-:.:...:.... :::;: ..:.....:-:i...::.,:l this year's garden Party , is as
' at Ft. Gulick with the Army and t ... ::,,;'.',:.-..'-,-::.,.--.4::-,.:::..,--.:',..:i.,--.,ii.,-:,.,:,,.... :.:,:-,.,,,::-:.4. follows: Edward Willock, Chair Chair.
. Chair. ...,
will return to the State& for .1 dia. ,,, 1. : ::::....:,;:::.:...:-.7....-,....:,....0:i.::,.04,.vv-,.,..:::,,.-.,.:-,.... ::.:..'-..,.:1 man; Cecil L Carter, assistant;
, .,- ...t.:,..!...,... .,.' : .; .., . .. ...
- i ,..,, ,i-,:' .,.. , s charge this aummer.- .--- ,, ::. -.... ;;;;;;;;;-.,'.:,M,,:i,n.i',,'.f.,-..:,........,,,-.,,,,.:,...-....., -. .. :::.,,i,.: Mrs. Mildred, and the Woman's
A :: -.. ',..
-, : :: .? :-.,,,.. I- The wedding is -being -,plamsed .''. ; ,-,'...i',:-:,,.:.--:4::,:,,,,;.:,':-.,'::,:..-.g......:i,:.-i''.,,--- -,..--..:,....::::,:::-,...-i.::',..,,. .:., ,..,.. -....::;,...,;'' Auxiliary, food; Mrs. Beatrice St,
.
1 1, ', ',..;'...,-.;;.: :':'...,...,,', I ft,' early., June.'. i' ..- -- -1 ,., , ..... ...., ,,.
... ..,.. .,. .,
::, .....:..... ,. .., .
.:. :,.:.,.:-,.:.-::'1 John, pastry; Men'a Fellowship,:
, ,..,, ;,,,.., ,... , k , :.;!.,-:.:::::.,,::::::::,t,:,,:..::..,,:i,,,:. :ok...,4.:,,..,....:,.:,:,,..,.....1.,...i...,:::...,.,:::.i...:::,....-.,.....:.:,..:::,..,.:..:::.:.....:.:,;:::::.....::.,..:,..,,::::..,:.,.., . .. .....::::,....::::;.;-..;....,:!..1 refreshment; Young Adults anc
) ..,,?...,..,;,;:,,:: .. ,..-- ........,
, .. ,.-7-'5,',...,.- ::; ,,.. ,. $z,...'.,,,...,'
f. i ....:.;.,,:.1:,:f,-w, ,: ,:...:: -,,
...; ::.,;,::, ,..:,?,...:',.. ,''. 4.-!':..
1 ':.L,.....',:,,:', 4'.:...), I.C.......4.:4 .t.;t ,,,
i i '':',,:?..-,N;..1-,:-..:,'...,',:i'..:':...:i;,. !.'0,e,
1 1 Blenvenide.Despedide J;-:;',' .. -,'
. .
. .'. .'. Choir Guild games Pearline tart
i At Pert ,Cleyten Offieerst'tlub ', ',. :,::.,,,.:....:,;.::,::::' : :-.,-....:;:-.:..,7:,.:;,,',.:.::'-'-''.'...,:',:.:1:::.:I,::i..,..5,:,t,::. ,...,..,:,:-:..,',,';'1::':V;V:::.;':;.:::'44. er and 014 Hinds'. tombola; Tht
fThe-Fort Clayton Officers' Club ..:;,,.,-.,,....,:::::.g.: .4,.....:( -,,,.K...,:--'..,-'..-?-:: ''.:. :',':-:..,..::.-:::.,,,-?-...,',:-.......-.;,:.:.:.,...- :x, .,-.--!.: :.,..:::::-.--....-.-..--...,,......... --.::......:: ,.-::.4 sevrino Guild, novelty bootb; ,Er.
4, will. be the scene. Saturday. ',eve .,:,..-..::;4:-.,-'.4::;K.., -.,:.;,. i::..:::::$':',0V.::,...,,.. ..- --:-...,::.,,,;,:-.-;-,..,-,;-:::...A.:::::,,,,::,......::.,-,?::i.'.,,:;:.,:,::i,,..,,:,:,.,.., esto'hfurray, propaganda.: .,. :
,..q ning of a, gala Bienvelildope.spot: i :...:',.i.:X...:.:.:::.4,:,-..- 1:4r.p,..,A;.,..,,,:;.;,.-,.:,,.. ;:::.,:,:,.:...M::::::::,,vi:.,.::.,:,::.i,,:,t,...,,...:,.I.-.:,.::,,,.-:.--.:..,-,...,,.:,, .. , ,,,

- i ',:,t,',,;.-is't-;,'-'s:sr--:-,':::NI,t,,'::s;
.
,
.,
. -, ,
,' ::', I 'ter Killiale,' departing Post Com. -. .. . .
, n
' Each not co tot inclusion in this
'.'--. Officials feared the plane- was
, t
. ,
,,,' : Majorand Mrs. Russell S. Nor- 1,1,, S. ,Army!'officers have- been
,, ..,, .. ; ,ths bon number Hated daily in So So'
' So' search was under way. .-. ,-,, by hand
toleohone.' ,,.: ,, , ,
: '''.."' ,,' ;',: '.'''s k''s, ;.' ,,, '.. ''. , s ',..'..''';',,, mender and Mrs, Millie. and It h
. ,,',.s. .', '..-. ,,,,, '',,:,',,;,,,'' . s, ,,,,4 Col. John D. Coney,' the new Post is" celebratin her n ,,,, ,
1 :,,, ,,,,--,,-,-.., -..-', -:....,,,,-, -v, ,,,..." Buford Carter of Curundu, who' tor u b g
IfS,1 ELLA' 'CARTER ARIONA,- daughter of l Mr.- a,fnitatee rthg. ,-, EE c
1 ,,;,,,,,,,..1,...,i ,,,.,,,., ,.,
t e voll Guest Rouse. , .,
, 1 -,..t,k;.i,,',,,'--, :,,i -,,,-.,;....-:,-; '''','; ''''
1 '1 ',.:, ,.'...,,', '4: ': ,',, i':' : '''' '', ::11 kirCalweeClialuMS1:8:IICaa:nartliandeeee:telltinfaeOr't:::::th''lini.;:ifthaCCO' re. IM:Feid"villind;'Waan:g:Cide 1: blir:::::Y.,4'"1"..161:4)' da-Y' :::::rh;:":-.'4''''' hs''''ek:::h?;.:..1.48"'''W1.31''''''''.a..k..le.s.e.:0: ,.'11.:"0.:...fdld'..th....:te:hill:',...4'm41,1:sirs::ein'al,4.gl:got.. me;:ti'llal'ol-sr-c''..--nNot :b.. '8' co'pt:' ''' ,' '',
it' theViti bc submitted -In
I . ',.. N, t....-;..,...1. '.. ,-,,' -7, - be; 11$50.00Priveren pe., ofre,opnit.d7i,.881.7 f.,o.r,, 61 : .. 0
3 o'UstSmOnf,:fFicsi.legrhstfis ":.. :-
, .,,,,,s,;,',,m,:4;11-' '.),,,T-..1--',7' '' cocktails, dinner and -.dancing will Ls ; Itiocrecresd wdeorwe nn'ok,tb,ydi,s
- weather in the sparsely-inhabited limo-written. form imd mails's! ort
. ,': '.7,,,tr',';,2''','$,-- ', Mr.- and Mr'. Russell II- 7.- ,.. ,,,' 1-
i Suthlron-
to the office. Notice of
. ''' '; An -extensive .air and ground dal and Othomylao, or dolivotod
I 1 '''''''''....:',::;'.1:-.''''''..''''''.1.. ''',7',:''.:-. ;'''''''' .,". '. : '' ' atiNnAlltererianSeHwWoltU7roaberriFrivoheildn':Sredntd:dLITPubaiesrtinreg. t; '''''TEHE''' 'AN'''' ,' -'Ir-a.n-'''ll'I.P:.)?:.,7- ''''I'hf'. ie'' iiPrel!8,:n'i:e'ul:vgr:11'.an'tliisli:h..e.da'i I'"Iur::;!3:::111 :4e''' :th'e. .' .b. i ::''''' ''.1.'' : ::: : :- :;:o.. d:: '11';
...- unciousselida.11: bad ccauni
'..- 3' ' 1 ris of Fort Clayton entertained at missing since Tuesday on a'flight ,-, , .
,L
-, , - a cocktail party at the Ctle3rtun from Kerman tn Isfahan In south, -4 ,- 1 ., :1-- .. ,,. Dragon's Postpone meeting
' .,'s '''' '- -- ,.',,, - ''' ' ' .----1,' 4- -tit,--,,," Offirers' Club recently b honor ern Iran, the II. S. Embassy an- sTAy Tog 'Di..NER :. ., .
1 1 p:., .. ,.............................nn......,................--- .44.,...4,4-,&,.,,,.....k...4,
hi '''''''' ; r BeCAUS; of I, meetiligralled bi

.
.' ,' Th e lav.,lacoh A. ,D3reti..! .tIaL Werfare Trainin,t, Coinmsnd. Dow
, w.,...,..,., FaT1.3 ai bac soAdY Kul uragenes,rostpene nt,eoting , , ,..,....E. L".'utnnul 11,...1, Ale .1191 1 X.i
1 r .'''''':" 't '' ., '' '',' ' Cristobal : ,,. ,,,, 4. Robert Downen. of the Jungle'
' 1 tok.v..),L.04.46Timit.,4.ftwb000TTamm-..est.,,x,'..4,.' i,.T.,..4,,,,' .,....,.-44,,kt.T4i, Offir' ersb 'Club recently la honor ImeromirAaenr,Inthane IlliSsiInEamuhmesssyuuet '' ''' '1 ''' '' ,, -.,
' s s, .-.. , ,'' -- -',- ': ' --' ' -,' of hla mother end lether,,Mr. and flounced. Thursday. , STA.Y.'"It' D,I.P1, k'll' i': ,,,, ,,
will begin with a
elmne,r pirvel hir the lerlies el thts
men's subject aril! be "Hon, to Live
, , , . '',' Mrs. Russell Norris, who are via ,,, ,., , 4 . 4 -Nrt itiTA Itrii)4loyd P.'Bow- -de in Coital r a meeting of the States, will be the guest preacher end Survive in thm .futtofte" ''i
MISS ELIZABETH' ANN 'ALLEN& ". ..,,, y ,
i , a Itmg here from St. Louis Mo ,, 4 ' 180 Man, PI' Just dropped in at the c
.-..' thl,eCeahninsees:f Atm. mbeeestslandgore'afiloerd' Poi'. maiean row resifima in the uniten
vivo lithtni,n.'s
operative Dregones has been at the illeotrst -,,, The evening
, ,
,
. t o nin
4 ' OEN. AND PARS."TRUMAN H. LANDON HONOR i : ''; s's ' ''' ' ' '"'"' , as aboard the plane, a single. police station for a chat with de.
An bpi len' my officer a
12ARIBBEAN 'COMMANDER-IN-CRIEF AND MRS. GArTHER Dinner At Brazilian Embasty engined L.20. The plane did not tective B.:D. Duncan, 'As they Miraculous Medal, Perish, Hall at S"--1", on P"noe..., .; '. T, ., .' t Church. 'The' interested inen ot the:
postponed until tomorrow at the Church at the 11 o'clock m p g
: . ,,, ,,,,, ,. ,,, , , ,, Thil Ambassador of tbe 'United tarty a ?MHO. .- ' -." ialked,Y a "yranted"- bulletin ,8 , The Rev Dyer who ls mattine An,,,,,Tnnit,,.t.te -cord! 11, ilWt lo
i "The' COmm- antlini' deUerai,, Caribi)ean Air Commanirand ; States and Mrs. Julian Fiske Her. .' , blared 'ou tlui police i'adio; Dun. .', ..,.;.', ; ,. ;'' 1,,, . ,,, ., ,, ..,, s,,, t ',, ,' t to Ishare in the evening actieties.:
i
' mra. Truman B. Landon will entertain at a cocktail bullet ringtoa were' honored ,gueste at I The embassy said the three 'can took 'i2 look, found a ;tun on
' 1 this- evening in honor of sthe Commander in' Chief- of the a dinner at the, Embass3n ,resi. .. , ,
kinericans were attached to the his Visitor, Jincl eseorted him to ,:, ,. , . , ,, 1 fz., ,:,. :., t. ,,,, ,, .....,,:,,, -,4 .,, ,. ,s,,.. t 1 I
' Caribbean Command, General Ridge'', Gaither, end, Mrs. dence of the Brazilian Ambaesador T .,;
Tramen army. They were making 1 eel.' s .'. n, ' '''. ',..". , '' 11 -' ''" I Ch '' '' I s' ','" -'''7-'-'1;,, 0;44 '' & r 1
,,, 1 Gaither. '''' : ,1. , i',- '".. .' .- z,-' .,. ', :',..;, and mrs. 4., Boulitreau, :Fragoso., ,, . ,, , ,, ,,, ,. , 1 ,. .. '; - --. - 1 fIMP (lite , z --

t
--,,,pm.,8,40...111
; ; Among the guests will be military otriciais,- manners or tither 'guests, were the Ambassa ' .., '7 ' '' '' Pcinctmcz Lint-II-1
I the' diplomatic corps and other dignitaries ,from Panama and., dor.. of Grlat Britain and Lady , .. , .. ,:
, , , ,,,, Henderson, the Ambassador ,of I., ( i II. : Octilin?6 ,., .,',
1 .. the'Canal ,Zne' ' ' taly and Mrs. Mario Majoli, Maj. ,
I
.- ,'
, , ' ,' . ' Gen. and Mrs. Thomas L. Harrold, i :- .., Draperrel Slipcovqr?. , , ,, ,
, ,- - ,- ,,-. .., ,2, ;- ,, ,,,,, Mr. and-Mrs. Raid Garda de Ps. '''' '0014., ' r ' ''-'' 4 '': ,' ' I '
- i 1 :1 :, : .1 '' 1-1' '.''t i tts' 00c1 lib a:ell': u I; inidnt 1 Ida' tol I no2 5:-15:pal ;lin erb'oCiii':11SN"teb''wa I :wcirla i
I 1 :
IP .. ', ., ',' redes, Mrs. Carmen E. Arias, : It , --- i , I. A z, tr.r.it .t,,
1 ..,:( ,,'. .::.' tn:t,.. Lie. Camilo Levy Salcedo, 1Dr., ,,'
'1 ,'''' '''' '7, i s'- 't ..' A RICS ,,,,,,,...,
, ,, 0 and Mrs. J. J. Vallarino, lir. and'
i K., 0 'L. '- ,.,' ' -,'- ', ', . i
-.. f L '
t'
. , Mrs. Antonio Gonzales Revilla and (1-.0,,w0.-3 ' ,' ' s ," ,
,
'
r I , i Lie- and Mra, Itnispiet Mnlinet '. '. .. ' ..' '' Dealers in K RSCIL ; 1-,ti IRA f... 11a...., ns:PaaS-.5ge4n;,g1!ellra. ft2brCkrieSt4

are hstined earm04 than: PaesmsePn;Yeeril
i or' Ces '"
, v.& 1,
for an c mpa'able 'even- iiig
Reception Celebrating lOth -
- Cut-io-measure TR VERSE RODS, Pu
, , , sA 1,,t0b11
t nn Anniversary of Stattlof Israel "VIIV A
IF 17i nrA t..s BELLA ISTA
Tn. hnnnr fha Antis BAL1-0'' V t f Oz. ik

, , i ., ... .4 d- -. , ,,' ,,. .. ,,,, -,,ii,1' N '1- 1 s t ,C istlobal (glows. g.
It ,f, chSa ulaerst; Axil Ireon. ;'1EuMdynrIssw. ell' :P. a'arrscasohin, geeC..I.'r dr' le:
, d ar Willingtel
.11 u ..,1 ,,L; -,,:,,,, sa-ry- -of the Indc ndence I ,the ,,' .' .i '
i t. sj NIL- s,, is11.11006. State' of Israel, Cs Israeli' C o n.', '' '' '' ' '' '''''' ''' k kLi
Li kLi ,,, P -, 4." ,, . .. nil and ,,Mrs. Aaron 1 Eisen were .,
l' "4 1 '''''f ...'1." featUtintit '' -,': '' ' ." . '. i '' DECO CIO ES- ,,; -.1., V r 4
. ... .. ,,,
i Basile.
.
cy r t ) 3 ,, ,) ,miss .14 ry Bo car, Mr and M ..
l '
. .,,, , ,-. hosts at' a reception-at their Be.
.
.' ', 4 : the exciting. Spanish 'cl...a' nco' I .of .. .,,
- ' P El illi:VE 1,0 t.,i)e...)0E t el,' -- 4
Ili tor A. 'Charles; Miss Valerie 14 )
lia Vista residence yesterday, ); '. : -., -., ' 'r.' ''
' 1 ,,, . ,,,
ill's" ,iEdn.a.) I.)-:, Bennetrts;; i
' ,' GOY() REYES and PEPITA ORTEGA . , ,, t.,, ,. r g
1
'
4 Aremounagooramok
4 1 ' 1 1 17".".".....w."11.."71 Mrs. Aquilino Bold Entertains .. .., ",t. :', .. ,,. l ,, , ; , ,, '. -' '-, 'NU' 5 VIA' ESPAA.. ', I - i-- .;. ,' i '171;1-31947-':2- -1. Mr' ind lrs' "ill I 'JD evil nj
-

, -- : , a.mirm n -p OPT11111111120. TWIPAL 11117111111 : -1.,,171 1 41E11111PM PI inprrin iv

, - - -d
I ;', d ,.
1 mune sums ,, it JuNiott loops 1 I I Mrs. Aquilino Boyd, wife (411.; ;- -.; 1111 4601610 MIL.43 &penis
; Fabrega; Mr. and ,Mrs Orlon
I dbe a di iaa the Minister 'of Foreign Rolstiiine 1- 4 : d da T. VIVA. To 0, lito; .Y,-1 t,. se,

t Auto. 411111 .t 1110,
, , , la' rua7dra"and son;
lifmosone ttiosLe.,
Babygelosoltn : entertaineii at- a luncheon at the , v4.71t,h ,71. 1,, t
' Panama G
.1,..00 bending Protsim I imd womb. M
olf Club on Wednesday
usic r and Vancinr
'for' dirk
in honor of rm. amuel Miner-
maw vloomine'srete

b'
' ; vv7:-.14 ih000 pwst tempi II ,,..."117.11 gr. 6,7 Itn, wife of the-Ambassador of At y ?. Hat an' hfr 4is 4is4
4 4is4 11 attlato isakial.. 1 aantias A re v Ast, et La "tame. Cieretici, Mirtin'S ,Orohestre, 111 r A alY'Ll.

4' 11' 4"..a.: 41116.-'."m". '""' , 1 : I , : 111m., ;4uweri r lorence v. Jet;
, -,' the ladles of the Diplomatic Betty, Williamson, singing, ; ': 1 len; end Miss Edna C. Jef seal.. 4
.
, : Mis2a ,rtnrAfh..,trak.m.,. s a

000.".isioIs..owegovartadtv.vmosto,
""e
'
l'J 17'



00,

., A,.

.

'
,i';
CY ''
a4
I

1q9T011,S

cost:over H

etwork,q!1 p.m.-Synd

.0...ili.:.f .!5T,:',:il1. 4.3.:'br.od

, Although .1957 Is. well in, the past, by:, noW,:. It was'
such a newsworthy year, that it is felt a review of
the eventi Iasi yeer is still timely: ;
,

--The program is 60 minutes long and will inclUde
a,' review:of the year's accomplishments in science
missiles, events in the Middle East, Moscow, the U.S.
and all the crosscurretits and new directions in,195

9 heard on 840 and 1090 kilocycles In
- 'Panama and Colon

,IAN ON

: 'Fhere'a not a women who's tried Aunt
Anima Pancake Mix :whe didn't please her.
'elf (and family). with,thee light and
golden-bcori panaikes.
Really it's so XAST... and results ars ;
7 wonderful. Aunt lamima does'nvo things for
'you;, First; most of the work' la
'Fon make' plinokes the modern quick War
with &tot Arnim. And when yowfollow 'the,
' simple instructions carefully, 4;4 Your griddle
Come thamost appetizing, amooth-taxtured
pancakes you enuld imaginw
So be ',better cook and gei Iota; of mini.; :
&nail Buy Aunt JeMima Fancake r
todaY andsurprise EVERYBODriomorrowl

5"--'

44.1 oi 9 .111- itz-,t7)

4,

7 Fabrics all colors,' desion and textures
Cannon Bathtowels, lianchowels, Wash Cloths
,
Ruas Nylon Cotton woven and loop
Limps, all shapes, Blies and colors

,Cusluon Covers; all sizes in sets or
iingle set' of one pair ,1
.' Italian Linen Bridge,Cloth Sets
Eleitzica1 Appliances odds and ends-
-Japanese Figurines, Antimony,' Lacqueware
Children's Toys'and Toy Cheits n :

''''' ''''''"-'''',plait 112en'n' rist. '-i- ''''''''''''' f.i
I
, ,., ,c,,,,;t: .. 1,e ,1 e 9,e -, -,
,J1 i Ili; 0 i.41P';' '14 ,, l',.'t tf.pi,,-;',:k 4'.. : OA ,..,,Ntl, i! t.,41
:1 ',.. ''' '''.'"I I, Eletrie'2;biumer:table'stovea

, Aluminum Folding Outdoor Chairs
Decorative Throw PillOWS9 all.colors
Rideau WiisteTaiVi 134'skFtst,''t.
Mr. .
ccasional NA:and' orm :Tables

Alidiaster or Ceratnic Lamp Bases

7:Bir Gaclgeti addlNio.irelties
)". Japanese Pressed' amboo Trays, ates,
, Picture: Frames
Italian, Germin, Japanese Ashtrays
all designs, colors and, aPes
Electrical Appliances, tas,ters,mixers,
'electric irontil; griddles

4 N.

-, '11-a-i-1::- -:0.1te,:6Jurnituie O'Mbiiii)61-uriiishirig cStore: ':',...
hfit ,,, -1,, l Alth-'of .,Jyly Aye. a H St..Tel.'2:0725 ''.....-;,:47.::''',..,';
,4 ,,,, , ,' .. .4: ,:,, ,,s, ...:, :i '',.,''': :d : :S.,At't.s i ..t : '.1:, '''..,' : :' : 1
For yotir shopping ;convenience: e ill lemliin open during noon hours. 1

rking Servic'e.. 'or ;Park Safely at llkych
Get Yo ur,')Chleo",, de ORO STAMPS fiere!

Mrs. LI, V, o F-'-r':
s For h..; Lola
Mrs. Lionel Vasse, tyLre tte
gambassador of France 12 rank
ma, entertained at tea-- at tt,e
Embassy res.,tence yesterday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon in honor of Miss Barbara
Acly, daughter of the Counselor
of- the Embassy of the United
States of America and Mrs. Aus Austi
ti Austi nAcly, whose marriage is to
take place in the near future.

Catobratas rrthday
-

Sherry McClain ielebrated bet
ilth birthday at a party at the
, home of her parents, Mr. n d
Lis. F. R. McClain, recently. The
children enjoyed lunch at Sherry's
home and went skating in the aft,
Guests were Linda Naar, Sher
ry Maduro, Beth Whitmore, Mary
Coifing, Claire Brown, Gall Bo Bo,
, Bo, hannon, Margarita Milas Holly
' Abraham, Jean Andrew, 'and Ca.
, rol Nuse; 4 (
.r 44
, Calvary Baptist Church Will
Prossnt Church School Program
'alit pastor, officers, and teach
er of the Calvary Baptist Church
school are planning, their puent.
tUys yvoittio PlIthCrt. 1"'
, ,IVIsMW YORK (UP)Seeburg
Corp.,' a, major producer of juke
, boxes, announced it has purchased
fig 'cash the electric cigarette
' vending machine business of East.
EleCtrie Co. Seeburg said the
cigarette 'machines will be man man-
- man- ufactured: at its main Chicago

r

-

1051 FORD RWilk011
'2 tone :; .. ; .-.1295.00
1955 riiNTIAC
- 4 door. Radio.
1 Ss: 2 40no so; .4. 150.00'
1953 PLYMOUT11
, Z doOr. Radio 150.00
:.195 OLDS516BILR

, ARV& 0,
4 door,,Itadie,.
ST.D.Abitk 45040
41955 cutncittr
,;,."..,',2 dents,
,2 tone :;1;:?4'43400'.
.
197;rntirat..14 a!:-
' ; tone,. Itaiii;:,f,t15:99'
7; !, : 4
1953 -DODGE,,,;;;;,,,4
i deori lone, -,;
Radio 450.00
4951 OLDSSIOBILS Sedan
, door,. Bath...00150.00',
-1955 Buick
..,, --- -,
,- 2 doors.
k0,,, tone".,.1 175000,
1954 BrICII':," r;"
4 doof,..ltattin'''''xio
, ,,..
FAST---FRIENDLY
,,,, FINANCING N'!,-.-.

PANAMA

'COLON

o

TeL. 2-4010'
TeL 2-0425
446

1
1

-

f r Saturday eve eveI.
I. eveI. of the program will be
a s..,t the children taking the
p:rt of problem children and the
teaeher attempting to solve their
prems. Mrs. R. Ursula Sea ley
and Mrs. Beatrice Robinson will
direct the skit.'
Parents of the children enrrlle'd
in the church school. are invited
to attend..
Representative
Of Lloyd's Shipping
Register Visits isthmus
Mr. W..J. Roberta, principal
surevyor to Lloyds Regtster of
Shipping for the United States,
Panama, the Netherlands and tbe
Antilles spent several days on
the Isthmus- this week. Wh it I I e
here he was entertained by Mr.
and Mrs: C. H. Haman, surveyor
for, 4oyd'i. ,' :

,
nquote

,
WASHINGTON -- White House
Press Secretary James C. Hoge
ty ,on a newly received message
from Soviet Premier Nikita
Khrnshchev to .President Eisen Eisenhower:
hower: Eisenhower: -
4',A first 'reading of it does not
disclose anything new."' ',
,

", LOS ANGELES, Mrs. James
Roberts, who is trying to save an
Ikyearold former show horse,
"Tom Boy," from the death pre.
scribed In his late owner's will:
"He's- like one of the family.
He'l not old,and has tremendous
vitality."
- NEW ORK Cherie! T. Lip&
comb Jr., president of the Bu..1
reaa of Advertising of the Amer.,
ican Newspaper Publishers Associ..
ation, speakmg te ,thb ANPA an..1
nual convention: ,
"Newspaper 'advertising it the
most- economical medium to de deliver
liver deliver tuessage and make a
sale '"
NEW 'MAK
lieyner, wife or New ,Jersey's
governor, explaining quicidy' to
her husband why she gave such
a big kiss to the pilot of the air.J
' taking t the JileynerS to
&tope:
"He Is an old beau of mine."

NEW Tonic, Former Pres!.
dent Truman said he didn't let
his .daughter know ahead of time
he : 'was coming '',, to r,New 'York
Wednesday night becatise: ',
''She ,always gofs so muii
'fuss."' t.

,
,
SBYS-,
1Pecilic Coning ""'f)
...id.,
HONOLULU.' 25 (UP) --I,.
The top American commander t
the Pacific disclosed today that
Red China is building her own sub submarines.
marines. submarines.
-Admiral Herbert Hopwood all
so said that Russia is building up
its Pacific fleet and' increasing
naval activity in the Far East
, He ivarned of the threat of corn.
munist submarines, and said that
Red China has.progressed indus industrially
trially industrially to the point where it is now
Constructing ate own .underses
craft., ,
" Intelligence intormation shows
that the Chinese commtmists have
been building their own submar submarines
ines submarines at shipyards in the ,Shanghai
complex for about two years, Hop Hopwood
wood Hopwood said. He did not say now ma many
ny many were under construction.
',,, Russia previously had turned Ov Over
er Over a humber of submarines to Red
Chine. , -;
Hopwood presumed that the' Chi Chiiese
iese Chiiese submarine, construction pro program
gram program was based on Russian de design.
sign. design. Red China has been building
its own destroyer class vessels and
smaller MIVII craft for some time,
he added. ,

LT:COL. FRANK RINN, Commandant, 'USAF School for Latin, America, recently:welcomed
a traveling instructor team from Amarillo. Mr Force Base, Texas. The team train In Instructor
structor Instructor personnel of the school in methods and techniques of effective teaching. Team'.
members are,' left to right, Fred P. Rattan, MSgt.-, willie E. Robinson, Alton Pilkinton
(team captain) and TSgt. Dale C. Tappe.

hm

A Jormer shoeshine boy in the
Quarry$ Heights barber 'shop yes yesterday
terday yesterday was sentenced to spend the
next 18 month( in the Gamboa pe penitentiary
nitentiary penitentiary for burglarizing 4 t h e
post exchange at Quarry Heights.
Defendant Luis A. Perea, 20-
year-old Panamanian pleaded guil guilty
ty guilty to the charge which involved an
attempt to steal 3502 worth of mer merchandise
chandise merchandise from, the exchange,
'-'Perea cut a screen on one or the
windoWo during the, day on Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, .April .13,, and gamed, aCCeSS
to the ,merchandise, section-
, When ,caught, he had a -sack
containing cuff links tie clips and
jewelry worth 8502 from the see-,
4 t t t
Military 'Police noticed that a
screen had been cut, ond surround surrounded
ed surrounded the building. When they enter entered
ed entered they found Peres with the load
of stolen goods.
He had been conviited in Mal Malboa
boa Malboa Magistrate's Court on March
5 of 'stealing and sentenced to
spend 30 days bt jail. 0
Perea had beetr fired from his
PX-barbershop job shoeshine
boy' several weeks' ago after he
was taught pilfering on the post.

'Fiather-lightet; ,touch!
speed!, Smooth ,andl.
'Taponiive '''actro'n!

IVO,foRs,

' labor' eiving 'per
9
iormance that ,every
boss, appreciatei.: 1
' 'j 1,
Ten ,Minutes: yobr office
w' ill piciv'e Yem'ooth
incl. efficient it, really is!

,

I

C IICC

et 7 7'
TL ..111..

.
EIPIII. ,I,T111111.1kr IR, IVW ViiiUli I . '.. 7 "- ' ' i ii i ,,- -, ,:-:. r. 4 ; ; , ;,. '67: ,i' 51'
: ': ''' ''''; FIN ANCING :'i''''. ' Intelligence. intormation shows ,',..,' ' ; : -, ,, -.- , , DEMONSTRATION,. '.....',... 1 ,,, ,.. -,,,'...-.."4 .....:., ,....:... ',, : 1,,!, ., ,: :, -,.' ,,.., ..,;,- ,'; : , ,. .. kt
.4 , 4., b that the Chinese commtmists have I 4 will prove how-smooth
, - '-- - c'- i'':',11' v.-TODAY! .. '' '''. '4 '1 '
.:, .4,.., ..,, ,,,,; ,..,,,,,, been building their own submar- : 4., ; ,': w
ind' efficient It really is! !: -; k .. ',,' ,- -... '
.,- 9 4 ines at shipyards in the ,Shanghal - 0 .; ,-, ,, .,., .......,: : .,, '.- - 7 .. :. :. 3, ; ,:;.: i'' ; , , : ,! ,,';;; ''' '' '' ''', f '
-COLPA 1.,, Conot:rea for about 'two years, Hop- .", ',', : '.. i r II" '',.I'''' ., ''''' 'II :'. ,I, ir ',,,7 I '' '', 'l '. !'' I.I' "' '4' '''' I'''''-' II 1 : .; '1 ,i ".-,... i ' "7 ' 'I'''' '''' ' I'''.'"I 'I "'' It 'I"' ''''' 4' ' t
- ,. ''.
, AV
. ,. w said. Ile did not say now ma- 7 ,7,-, ' ' -' '" k- ?, ',1 .,-' ,' a' :et? ' ' i',..
- ny were under construction. 0 r .,, ., ; '-' ''' '- I '''.' l' :,. '. e i ,, ,: ''', :.., ':. ,,-.1,, ii ,,,, 1111 1: 1
,
.. ,,.: ,, : ,......, ... , ,. ,,, : f, '''4, RUSSIA previously had turned tilt'. : ;.,;.. .", ,- ,-. , "., ' ,' ''', v.' f ',' : ,. ,: ,,,.. -- ., , -. ,',. , ,- ; ,, .. I. , -,,,..r.- . ,',. ,..; 41;-:
r
Ts 0 . ,- . 1 : er a number of submarines to Red .''. '' ',. : '' DoltIrD3r-k Ili 117r)(1. Dr, ,,,,,,,: I, ,, ,,, -:,:.,. ., ,.,,
:: ---- ,-; 310TOna Ching. , ', ' ': '; .. : -,, ,:
, ... ; ,,, ,, . - '1, ,' '' ' ? '''''''.',.. ,', 'i, ....! ,, ',',- .i.4.4 ,,'' ,i -:' '... ,' ..' '.", ,... ,-'''' :', '',; .'
b IV
'''. .,,':; -,::-:.--';:.....:- ..-.: :..... '. Hopwood presumed that thiChi- . ',,'"'t : ,''.1'...', ''' : , .' -1446a, 1' 4 16), ii NI i e, ,..,' '; I ; ': ., ,, ...; ,,,,- ..,, ''',.'i, -. : ; ,.,.. ': . ..'. ,,,., .. .., ,..'7,,,,, ..t , .'.
nese submarine, construction pro- 4. -.,, ,- .., ., , ,, ,,,, ,,,, ,, , 1,." -.' , . , ,,,. : ,. ,
' .' PANAMA :, .',- 1 Tel.. 24010' '''' ,''' 4.' ''''' .7 1. '' .r,t. OccasidnalillittaitAriii-Chairs :,," ,,,'', ,,;., -.' ...,',,,, ) ...I
.,, ; :,, .i..,,. Tel. 201125. tram was bssed on Russian de- ,. ,-'. : -,' No. Se "JosiS rpo. de La Ossa.. Ave. , ,; :, ,,. ,.., Tel. 2-2010 H.,. : , ".,, ,, ,,
' , sign. Red China has been building , x., -. o' k 1 k ,, t I . ek .0 i ..., ; : : ', 7 .. .., .; '-'; k -;,,,k-, .'.. : t ......' '.ir.," .17.. .,
,, ,'COLON : : ,-, ,,-,: 446 its own destroyer-class. vessels and ' ' ,.......,.. ..". ;,,,i i ', pumont 1.1)-ri-s, and TV's :-:.'' '.''''''-:',. ..' ...i ' .1"1
.. -.. i ,,, smaller MISS' craft for some time,
' he added., .";-', ". ; .. : '' ' ' s.' i r 1 ,'' - ", ' - -' i 1.". ,'' :.,--, ., ; '. 4,,,,, '' , ., .) k -.. -- 7 '. ,,, ,,, ,,, ,.: ,- ,-,, ,
..). ,-,', ,, ., : .- . 1 ''' :,, ,: ., , 2. , ,, , , , ,,,, r" '; -',',Italian Alabaster or Ceramic lamp Bases ,,,s ,.. '.., i ,:;
b
: ' ,, ' ; ., ,' -, !,-,,- : .. ..,., :. 't 41 :
,
- .. 1 ''',, '1,, ., :t'''Y:.:7:lia'r'i''6acig'et;',.....'a;),',,,:.,ti,",:y:1,t!eto'., ,-..,,,. ,, --, ..:.:' ,,,. '. ,...,; ...' .. ...;,- .'7';'..... I ', 7,:.; ., -
. A
14!
, .. y anese, Pressed' amboo rays, Plates, ,.., 'i:' .:0 '..
'The'"big neWs of ?57",will be brood -.!..'f'-- -.:'' ' ' ri :'. There's' 1149t a vfInall Wh(i'll Aunt :' : ''' ." e ' ''''''' '' .. '- ii ''' . ' ' ' 's ' !' ; ' ;:
., P I.,. t .: : W .0 '''.... ,.' '''' k. ''' '.. '2, e 41
,
', Alnico" Pericike Mix :whe didn't please her.
,
,, , ,
,,,.!,;'. 4,,,,,, ..,..,..;,..::; '::.i, '.,. .... 7, ;. ..., '..' .,., -:..,..-...,:, ., ,,, ..:, 1
. ,; , Picture,Fratries .,.i :
.1 :,., , ...,,,, i -s,-,.' - ..,,'" ''.. 4 m .. 2,'," ,., w '.,,-.. nu (and family). wis th,t,hese' light and liiittY' ..,,
b. ,J '-,
,,
tOst:over.HOG 7- Your Community golden-brown nanClikce. -': ..' '.. '' '"' ' '''' I- i a-, "' 1. A L
. j . 1 ',''',,,' .7- ; ''' , 1 ,:.-,- '-!, ,-.-?Italian, verman, Japanese ttsutraysj '.-,., !.-,,. ',.,. i .. ..,',.,,'"! :,
Really .,.,. it a eo EAST... and results are
:
4 11
' 7 wonderful. Aunt 'Temkin) does hes things for'
-I, 1 ',1''. '..' .,..::..:'.,,::" :. .... t ,... ,1' ', ,, : '..1 k:......;.7' ''' :;:::. ..;:f.:::IL ''....-:: ';':';' ;;.:.: i ;..111..'''' ;741 .21', ', :
. ( t,.; .. -:: a ,r '.'-' ;.'.: , 'y : -, '. i r i ..... -. ' - : all designs; colors and snapes 4,
, ,, w No
, IL I
Is 1 inat
' (Network a t 8 p in lun ay -- -- -, )---- :., :,,,, ,, ,, ,.... 4, ...- ,,.'",7!: , -.,., Y'ous, Flret, MORt of the work el m . ,i .. ,
,
, : a, 1.
' 7 :', is().L'i 11116 ',Ili .: ''. 'Toe make' pincakes the modes quick 'way ' Electrical Appliances toaStert mixers,. ,',...,,,,-. ;......, i .. i ,
, : : .... ,. ...- ;,,,,..... ": ,.. ,,.'! ,, - i"! ,' -, MZ,,i1C ,,' with Atukt Arnim& And when yowfollow the,
(' :,t.'' ,'.' r':::' electric ironi 's griddles,,,., 1;',..:A'. - ', el' ... .7 isl.),
' ''' ,& : '. ,:. ' o , '' k .:''' : -,, ,, ''., ,, 2i : ,, .' 4, .; : 'i -simple instructions carefully, Off Your griddle
' ,'' ''''s"; ; , ;,,, '1, ,,A.,,. ,,,,P,,?,m, ?t,,,-:. ,,', ,-! i ". ., : : "". ;:.,,:.: ,. i''.I f ',
'
,,,
L'; : .,12ritv Cs' Ma psneakeS'YoU epold imagine- ',' ", ; : .,
. i "..''.''' 'T fl ''' '',
, .1 ''il ; ,r, ,, ,, : ,,' ,.. : ; : 4::,)( ,'
., , , .:N. , ..; -' .'' '', 1:' '', ,s,;' : ... ' s ' '' 1' ) g; ",''' ': -.; '' ,, ", ', ,,, So be ',better cook ;,, and gei Iota; of coin.; ;, ... , :, ; i ,,
,
nr ,.
:
: :, Although..1957 Is, well : .. , ty 14111 401 1 ,,,,.. -... Omen B,uy Aunt Jarninia Pancake Mix ,,' .,'"
i ctve
in, the past, by:, now, It was -- :- 111. , todeyandsurpriseEVERYBODYtomorrowl ,. i ',, 7
'
t -; ''' .,..','; -;,:.: REM EMBER;OUR-SPECIAL HOUSE,WAK.c.,,,:-',-:,41,. :
.
' such a newsworthy year. that it is felt a eaView 'of -- i -.N, :. .- -.. ; -1'.. '' f. -I ''' '''''. .:;:t ...; 1." i '' ''' ''' ''''''''' ; 2-:LI;Ls.,;''''''''".----- 7' ''''' '''. ''''' ''' '''' ' ' ' ''' ,,; .' -:!...::;' '.' ',. ., ''.-. '' 77. s-----------'7--I...-"''' ..
.,... ,7-. i '...,. ... -. z : t' '' : .'''-f, p9LLAR 'DAY,. BARGAINS' tJPSTAIRS-.. : ',.
.. ...
, tha aventi af Iasi Year is still tim'aly: ; ..''' ''''' ';':.;t-; i It .i ',..-:
.,
-,-;..3.,,,,4 , 4',:li-1,'.. ,11.7-tloi9 .1,,l-9itz-4.7.
A -, .' ; ' ., : : :' i ri. If 111:11 flail ,- :
' V', '.
',. ;'-.'' i 1:,VO f:11 l't-s 1,91;;;1111All -7' ' 1 1 v 1-A-1, lil ' ..
9, ij T. ,
7.-- , , : ttvA.4.t
-The program Is 60 Minutes long and will 'InclUde 11 ,,,,,,, it, .--'''''''''-: 7-7, .,4..' '''''''''''''' rrfi,,,,Lt fr, g l':, .,., .. .,
,,,....., , .
t'
'' a review of the year's accomplishments in science i
I -' it'-' 1"--,' '."-''' 1 ,t -- ,:,.tifl!I .
, ,
4.1,1w --,,,...,-- rtts,r,...'
:,s.,,,1 ,,,,,: ,,. .,,,:
, 'Missiles, events in the Micidle East, MosOow, the U.S. .-, ',,7 IV: ,,, ,r,,
.
, , , ,, ,, tv, f ,-- :,' ....!,.Fre'e',P;o'''ikin'g' Se' rv" ic'e''.'is '.. ii'r.:;:'.0a.r.k' SoflyHcit'l,,Skychef':' ''
and all the' crosscurrents and new directions in195 : re.
. 1 i ,,----14. L'1,1V1' ''
'..:'- k i
. i --,.. ' 4.2.447.1x
,
. .
, : '. J. ..,.( ..-;- . : Get.'Youi '''.-Chico".ide ORO STAIIIPS.fiere! ,,,-. A
.
4 4 ,....,--,,-
,c-7,1.-':, .- .,.,,,, I r.o ... .:
' ' ' s .0 I. k
. , : i - '.' ''' , ,. r! .1,2 ,,,, '4,,,V '', S,,.. ,,, (it! : N'' f ,,', ,
.
N 0 F.., -- tr.!' .
' e J et
'. ly --,...,
o' Q ,,,,,, 1 '. ' 2 SI I ;'-'
ALI tii 11 wy.,,,,e.1 Grk ) N.1 -;
1., '' 'Irc.u:rf C'o'lru it' 'N't'v -'
, ,-. ,,,,, 4
0:? 917'6',.a 2,3
,
4:-
, 4.1t4t-, ,,,, N
' : .-.1', i is heard on 840:and 1090 kilocycles In ,,,:l , ,,-)') il'Itt b ,
.,
,
.:-, ..: -,, ,., ,.' -.7:, :. f "; ,' ,,' .. '.' '. I ' ''' '' aS ' !. '4,1.7i, sit or '. ,- -: r 1 'CT d 1 & gt SI : ',:. -,
' .' te urnt are '.. ome 0. tiffiC ing ore,
., 0 i. ..., L ... ,,,,-,.,,m-r.r47-...
., L.-.7, '21- ,,,' 'Panama and Colon .: ' 14.1 '
' d 7 ' -). );, ?" 7 .4, .:.- -............- ,k.
7...o,.,, am. act, 00000 am. Musa
"........,...,........:z,......,.............,........'f'.t..V.a.r ...matt toe. ': PIII, hill, ,,,- --, .'; ,- ..4th: of Jyly Aye. a H St. Tel.'2-0725 ,.,:i ,-, ',. ..
.,
,
... For your shopping ;convenience we will remain open during noon hours,1., '
,,,,1
., ,,,
I
4
s
1.
'
,
.

, al App
. :
,!. "1 IOW Imo. f- 1.. 7 ,. ',i.., -a -i)ig- lifsi-t-0 fh-e" pifoi c7i-iii-e-a-fr-,, boa Magistrate's Court on March I : -- ; ,, --,,,i--- ', ,:, ,, .., .,,,, ; ,, ,, ., . -, ,, 1 ,, :
I ''I '' '' tI .I- ' I- .I I' I I ''I Eleitr. le
-. ,' !',,'' ir",-, '....''."' T':''' ... ',- r t ki g- th 51 tit
, . ., .,.:: mer, a n et ,, eyners , 5 of :stealing ,:, and sentenced ; to 'lances odds nnd ends'. : ,'.:,-, ;:',.::,,..: ,:, r,...,:,,,.:,,,, ,, '.
: --: ; ,s,;, .'., '':. No 16 Tivoli Ave '''::.:'' '!',1'-:. 1 : : : .,..' ,..,.q,,,:. VY.i ''L' t : i ...I ; '' '2: .,'''. ..;- : ....," i :, ''i':, :: '!!.!1.1,..i
,
- '
- Europe, : -, . ,,,, spend 30 days bt jail.", I '' I, :, .. .. , .- ,! ,.., ..,, .,,, , . ..,,c,1
'' '4: '1054 FORD RWilit011
: .. I :, 2 ton, .,; .. .... ..-3.295.00 .','He lo an old beau of mine' Peres had been' fired frOm 'his -. ;' ,II' :I' CAS11 SALES ONLY '' ;' ', -'' ,'. !: il d',' :::;, ,;,..,- aynn:ese, y. 1,guri,nes.,,!:,A.,,nt,im,, on.z.y.!:..:141:, :..cquelw,.a!e.; ::',.:;:,,,:.;.,..,..., ....., i,,,,,..;,.:. , .,. ,.,
:.,, . ...., ',. ., , -, ...., ', PX-barbershop job' so ,. shoeshine ',:',,,;:,-, ?:::;:,'' --;:.;,....,,.., ;,,:,,.. b. ,,- : ''
' I,' : 1,55 rONTIAC I' :,!,,,rt e:..: .,,,; -.,; NEW YORK ,- l'ormei Pres!. boy' several 'weeks': ago. after be ,,I.,''':- ,:' "-, :.' '':'. -,,':' .I,:,:,':',,'-', ,: ... 4, i., -;,, ..., ,,, .1: ,; ,,,, , r- , , ,, , ,, , ,.,;.,,!. ,,,.,,, :
' 1,7, 1- : : ', : ,: '' ','::1 -,I
' :'' 7 '''''' '' ''' ''' ''i 1 ''. '..1' ''''''''''' ''''''''''r''''. ' 1 ''',.', ...'''': ''''''l thildrin' 98 'To'ys 'and' Toy: Cheiti ": ', .' : ;''' ;::,' ,:. ,'-''',':-.' ." N",':!--s" -4..1,1':
,, ,: 4 door. Radio.: ,,, 'dent Truman -said: he didn't let was taught pilfering on the post, ''
his,daughter knovt ahead of time i .' ", 7 ''r;'' '''' '!'-'''''''" "..' '.': t .: ''",' ''' '''''
' :' 2 "Lone ,,-;$ s4:: ',i 34504
;LI '''' '''''' ' .;.....''' .! .! ., T : '''''''''. he : 'was coming :,,, to rlIeW ',York ,,----------.....t
. 1953 PLFMOLrum II.' '" '', Wednesday night becatise: ', , '. ,., ,, : ,. ) .., - ,,, f k, , , ,. : ,-, .'. ,', ,, I , :, ,:, ': ..,. -.:',':',, ,' '' !"-; --I l'"
'I : : 2 doer. Radio ,. 150.0v ,A f'She .alwikys goes to 'so much 4 ,,,:. .,,,,.,i ::: ..,,:,,, s2. ' f,,, ;;:. ..:''.';'....," ':':, .L.1 '',..' '' ,:- ..?..',..' -, '.. ('-: r .! ''''.. ;;.'. '.'. '' -.',',.; !,....'...,: 1 ''-'. : ..::.:' .,1 li
: :. : .iiiii5i 'ciLD'IsmI oliiim.' :,,,IIII,i,,,',,::::,.,"..II,:I, ;fuse!. ,,,. t' : ,',. : ,,',, p tli ,,,,,,-,,,,,,I,,,,i, ..:!1.
1 c ean:c ear rs arp',',-:::every-tinie,', ,,-,,:!,':- -:'-::',:.,' ':.---',',
,, ,:. 0 ,
, ,.,, 4 dooriRodio,, 1,1. L" '" ' '' ' i L ''. ': .1 ? ,. : : i 1 ; , : ', .) , .. .
' ''' ''' STa Mittin ..,, 0.k k ki 4503)0
'fed ,,
,, t J. 0, , t , - d. .
,mr.',, ,,,,4.,,,,,t,-,ttillnei,.:Ali ,, b
,.,..... 0 ,, ,,, ,, 4,, ,.. ,J. 4 .,.. if, ,. , ,,.., ,..,,, f ''' . ,' : i ', r .,,. .', ,-7! : .. ,,,,,) :,,,,,;,:.:,:.;',....,,'.,.,Xs,:....
r. ' "' 2 door. ROdlot, ',... : ". 01111111106 ri.L. c..
- i-i., -i"- 145(Loo ti11 ,3L14) 3J1f)';' 4":t
, ,, '2 tons ,xt.'.1,:,,,,.. '. I
: 7 !''.:,'N ) ''''1.' 2"-''.' '' '' :'''' ''' ','f ,plaltie Dinnerivare .,, :.-, L 4 1:. 1.i ;.; ,,,,: :;..,
,
, ,
' 'I,971-nt:rcsig.11,,A,,tp,f4 -- .a,p;11,.'rn- rtir.i.o.-114 ff-r,-1 fr. '': ; .;'': ':' ' ' . 1 1 ", :- -,, ::.: -,- --,4,"' 1 9. t,li:-0,, ;": '' ;,, 1 -. isti '' 4$ 5 -4, ii 1' ., l 4 ;' .4:.?
, ., t., p 141. t r''''''' '7." 1,, :' 11 7 '' 1,,e -- : V.1. -A .-- A -'r : ': 3,I 4t,
,4 ..' il k. A t I ; 9 L : ,, ',,,,, i ,,, ,..t. 11 1
' g.':r ', 1 2 tonetltanto,-,'.."! --a. i 0, 11
,,.... t 4.--,:),3;,,,, lirtikLilitt--Lss sits---sk,...1 1 .,, cA--!v Ain ..,,,?.",;;;..or,;- , -7,1 !!.::.:.,' s 4'." 'i, ''',,...... v I r !,1 VI otAsiFa:. r ... .1 ...... IBM. .. : 1 (OISE in' dif "rasa , ( ; , :

1 0 r, 1 ,
-
.
, y 1
, r2
,
I e "leer, 7 C'',.:11
.
-..30C1.:4-- :;:,......- '1.-::71:t11.5C :
,
, tT . .
.
. , ,,,
.
.., i ---
, 0.---c,,,,:4,,,I .,- 1 r-, --"-- --1 ,- ..,
, ), f
,
,
. i,
. ,-
I 1 ; I i i
, 1
.
Mrs. LI, I '' r''-r',' I
1 ' I t'l '''',7' r-AAtIr.1 f r Saturday eve ; ,
1 ''. 3 t 4
( ,,, ': i
, , 1
; ; I 1 i 1

, Far h..; 1,--,da A.,,i n 4 at, i t..,..,... ..... ..... ... ... N 1
' Iiirs. Llottel Vag,,e, 'etre of tl:e I..ttltr,:',t of the program will be , '
) '
: 1 i I ',,
---------- L'... 4
gambassador of France 12 Bana a be,,t V ,s, the children taking the 1 , .1 t I I t
.-,, 4, ''''S
' '.. ,1 1..,4,-,of -j L ,,,,, 31, it t,,,,,, ,.. ....) 1,0,-7 --,,,,,,....,-1.' 1,.... j '''''- ) :
Ina, entertained at tea at t'e p:rt of problem children and the t I,
Embassy resttlence yesterday aft- tead-er attempting to solve thetr I s' ,, ", : ''
ernoon In honor of Miss Barbara pr,:;:'ems. Mrs. R. Ursula Seeley t - s ' -,t.
.,
tt
el el
Acly, daughter of the Counselor and fil.rs. Beatrice Robinson will i '. -,
, k ,TA -ItifilC0 -1-111Q 1-11P atPfift1Q-1- FATO-P

tha Vmh2ERV Of me Liauxu wrect wic zialb II .a. IL0.11-11-111.1..3 R., LI. V," IL PI ILd W

States of America and Mrs. Aus. Parents of the children enrrtled i
I 4
,
Si nAely, whose marriage is to in the church school. are invited I ,. ,..
,
, , s'.------.."
take place in the near future. to attend.. 1 ., 1 ',' l ,,,,,, , 4
. ' 41 IP'...," 7'". rN ,--7 ;7-7. -f-. "'N r"-N tr."N :,

, s- Representative
Celebrates rrthday , Of Lloyd's Shipping ,.
Sherry AlcCialz celebrated ber Register Visits isthmus 1
INorril
- LIZ"

nth, birthday at a party a Ule I far. W..J. Roberts, principal'
, home of ber parents, 1111,11,,n,d surevyor to Lloyds Register of

lars. F. R. McClain, recenily,. Joel shipping for the United States,'
the Netherlands and the
- children enjoyed lunch at S.lerrY..:51Panama, i II rra)
, I , 4 ,

home and went skating in me ail, Antilles spent several days on Loe L ,,
,
trr10011. , the Isth
, here he was entertained by Mr.
t.A. Nisi. Sher r U..n.s. LT. COL. FRANK B. RINN, Commandant, USAF School for Latin, America., recently:velcomed 71''.:'"'"'Nt ':3 .:1

ueluo WCIVI BAAA-mm 1,, 6,3A 06 aa. ...smastaa, ataA ,J sea
traveling.instructor team from Amarillo Mr Force Base, Texas. The team will train in- 11 I , it
s- 7 f, Z:-J
rytiMaduro, Beth Whitmore, MarYlfor Lloyd's. -s ;- I
d',.11;. Rrnwn Gail Bo- atructor personnel of the school in methods and techniques of -effective teaching. Team'.
, at

, hannon, Margarita Millis, N 34, ,v.' v. ) members are; left to right, Fred P. Rattan, MSgt., yiiiiie E. Robinson, Alton C. Pilkinton t,
' Abraham,' Jean Andrew, and Ca -' ' (team captain) and TSgt. Dale C. Tappe. ,- -' 's "" t f 4 gr of ,
. , , , . ,. , ,, Loy:A .,.........X.,,PAf- ,,,,, ? f idl ,Loor -.01') 11 I 1
, ill Nuse' -- '- ' !' ( 3 ',...
' t. ' '' ' uote nquote , , ,,
.,:,, .--, ,,,--,. ,,-,, ., ,, , ,, ,, sy, I ..' '''. 0.-,. -6 .., ., ,, .., , .. -,. ,,, , .,,, 'r' ., .,,,,,:,, 1 ','' ' e ft...," S.,4,0,40.140,44' ',44...,,,,, -,-" b,.,41044.44,-441 ""41".,14440,4040eN,,,,. t
144,, tl i 'n. 1 ,;. ; ' 's ':. F41"Ittrl'114 AT t 0 ; '4144, ',, 2 ..-;'F''' ' '. '',' ''''t : : ''
, ,'Calvary Baptist Church Will t a ..--.
. '-' a lvetiooimaile W 110 11
' Presont Church School Program .- WASHINGTON :- Virhite Hods p p'' s' ' ' ,' 1 s,- I .' -.' : '' , 1 ,a a.. ,. ,a a ''.-'aa ,, ilsw. N't s -,'-:.: :',,.'": ,,,;,-.,114';'.. ;4011ferlre 4 ;' ' ::, i''''' '1' .' i
'iThe pastor, officers, and teach. age
Press Secretar James C. H e 18 I --1-t it pr.1 - :
' sr of the CS,IVIT1 Baptist Church
lyY r iv d lw.i ilia il uil - - : .' '' ; '- ''' s''''r l''' , ''., ,,: '44,,,,, 4, :7-7,, ,,i e ,.,),0011-, woo.: ',
' school are planning, their Puent gol-luin, sov
it nieltv preeceie e Nmte:statge i .- a.. ,. ; , P,3, .. ',2 ,,. .1. k '.., . , -. : t:. ,.: I ,, 1 ', , ::, ...7.,,.:.; : -4 4, -- "t, ..., ', ,4,4,7;00 .4, ,f ol,""- ' .,,,' --t , 1
,------"'"---------."--------- hrtishch e to Pm 'rd t E'
., a ,. ..,,,a K ev resi en 'sen 'sena
a 'sena Fet
, PX Purgl,,ry ,-
tuysVENDINC; PIRW, ,, hover: ,. ,,a - a vs ,' , ., , ,,,a, ., J ., . .,,,,... c .,,,.. .., .i. t x,,,,, 0,, : .0, il 1 ,.. ..
' ANko.,,';"ttr .0;114 ttmlSeeburg 'A first 'reading 'of It does not A Jormer shoeshine boy In Ahe L..- .' ' l) 1 ' ', ',' ', ', ' -' -' :' '' ',. ..'10. '''' ,,,,, '.. '' ', Pf ...f ;f Nit:PI ;.: w- .--
a a k a a,... 1, ,, -,,,, -. ; ., ,- .0,400,-,,0,---,, :,,,- 1 ,,,,,,,. -,,,,:,a, ..,, .,-,- -; -- I,

, DizAry
erirm: MaiOr producer of juki 1 disclose anything new." ,, 1 Quarry Heights barber shop ies., Ad I
- 1

, announced it has purcnaseu
LOS ANGELE& Mrs
. 4 cicarette 'James flex 1 mont t e am oa pe - I

5113111 EastRoberts, who is trying to save ant nitentiary for burglarizing the!' : ., I ,t III .1 ' ' 1117 ir IF' 1 I

rnul9;inr.ri-7 Z;;;;WI-r-e- said thellkyearold former show horsed post exchange at Quarry Heights. , , , .1 170mon100000.r.Au .N ti

ellesrf,,t14..,";.;uvino-1--wiThy' be men., 1"Tgyi )39y,.7. frpTi the deith Detenfipt, Lids A. Peree, 20-11 , TTA TEriftlikTr7r1 -7' Lij II' W.-,ij II -' .-"11 1

cisarcum
f dared: att, itt main Chicagoiscribed ins lige owner's wnl: .1year-old l'ailamaniat pleaded gulf11 11-1Ef 1.1111 anvil hr.. 17 , 1
R . i "1Ider like one of the familv tv fel tho rhord urhinh islunityfl .n11

-:::, Vant. ,, I. ..,: !, ,.. .s, He'S not olCand has tremendous attemptto steal $502 worth of mer- : ,; : '' ' :... ,--.. 1. i- .0 i - .' ' ,:' '',. ,.,' z, ,:-' -: .. -' --' ' .-' '- ., .. : ; I --,:' '-- '"- 1 1
:-',.' .,, : i 4; ''', ',- .t:... ,. .::, ,' ':',. ., i, .!,,t ,, :.:. !,, i... .' ''.'..,1,: 1' ",:' !,. 2 '.. ':,:: .7 : Fabrics all ,colOr8 desions, and Iteituies :' ' ' I
A ... , vitality.", .-, -. .,,, -', ,.'. : ., ,, -: ': chandise from,the exchling:" t, or, , t
, ; r;etiNa.'011.1E'n' ,Woto':1;-'0'ad'kvin.11K.'g.isteinC,h;failiieth's eTp.Altin:aenorSi. d'41,a"wPyte,hr,e'.Aen'ap.'.'rcu.ca'atu,12-ga3'hffi'st,,ca.hr.nh;edn;' Un,'; il nithe ''' ' '
L .- f '. '';'''-' '''' ''''''''''''' '''-,''' : '-'-''''' ,' ''' ' '' l''''' Ca '''' 1- li h I 'II cl l' NV h'Cl th '' '' '
P. k up:-' that'
'''''''''''',.,''',...'''''..,::,.'..:t'::,:a.''''':'''':":c:it'i'i.'.',::.:.,:';:'....''''''',',.
lc comb. Jr.; president of the Bu.. windows- during', the, day on Sun. ..: ,.: .,.,,,,
gained, access ', .,,,, , '" r '.... .4 ,, r. .',-, ,, .,- : '' '; :: :4 , ,!, s, nnOn at towe 8, an towe 8,, as o 8 ., ,
, ,
:
, ,. ,: ... ,: ,., ;,-..' 1 ican Newspaper Pul)lishers Associ to the,merchandise, sectiom. ' :' t ,
'' ; "''.' ''''',,, '.. --'' -." .' ,.; '',7,-.111,1c1i Nylon Cotton woven' and loop:: ,'',' .,';': '',: ;. ..; -:
, had.' ,a 4:' sack ,'...,...': '-.....:,:..i, , ,
. , ,...,,' :.....', .,., ,,. ''..'..', .',..!: .,, '- ': ,,, ..,., 1,, $ ,..,.. ,, ,,, .. -.!. i:. ... ,,, , : : ..',-t' ', .., ... , i
tie clips and ,..-, :: '.
fro the see-, l' i", '' 0 .-.,. ,.. -, 1,', -.: ., ',, ;::, 9;,,'. .:",:-. -., : ....,.' ',':.' lamp8 all shape's, 'Blies and 'colors' ',' s':'''' ''-'" :- '- r
- ,,.,.,, ,-, z ..,,, s,-::, -,- most- economical medium, to de. tionl ', ) ", ..
' '' ' - '' C liver ,,,a message 'and make a -i- 2-''': t
, : 9,::, ,,,, -..at;,,:l.-.:,.,,,-:,,,,. glen. ,,,.., ,. ,: .,., . ,,, ..:',,.. ';:;:Cu- shion COvers;'.all sizes In sets or ,.,,:! .: ):':, ',i,'- r
Military Police. noticed theantu:irda: ..,..::.?,-..-,...,':::,;,1,:.,,-, ,;,.,;,..:1'...,:,, 74.:;:,:.::;.. ,:.,.':-...... '4.',,, ',''':, ti ,:.',,:'!, ::,. 7.-::',:;,',::, ''''..i. ',.:!:, :::,',,,,:,:f,,,:',.'i-.:::';'''.,; i ;....1- .", ...:'
,,.. .,,, ,' 4 "' ', ''' boo;..! :, : '''.,, screen had been cut. and surro
IL: ed the building. When they'
,' Nrw YOltlt ',;''Mrst; Itobert ' '" 'sing e se o .one palr ; ,,,,, ,,, , r, ,.. .. .,. , ..,
- ,,.: t ,;, a wl.: b., th, .ei: lo,ad : ,,, ,:,. ,:t.. ',..,.;, f'..,:,-.7.' , ..
laotininNgel viquicJideryse,,ytos
of 'atolYen 'goods.
4
, a A ,:.. ,' .:.- f:',,,,, ; ,, t. 1 t ,,,':: ; ,t. a kan nen rl ge, 8 ,.. :, A.. :. ....' ..: ..., ,.. :
' ' : ''' ''' '' I ' It I. IA B d Cloth Set : ' : :
,.
' ,' r. gmoeinernero'i'w1f, exep
' If, ', 1
r
,..., her' hfieband whv hi vvva tiaeh He had been conviited in !Ifni ..i' '. : ,'..t't:' ,:s.., ; .' 't- .) !'' ': ;-: ;i 1,-. : 'i k -' ,4 1, '-, i .-t,' 'i ,-- t: t, ' ". ', : : : , :. .' ..' ,t- : : :;.; :t ti :'. : :

L.--.)',,'', '1,, r :.':',U1U0119: UJI.Uill1-9 r, attai attain
n attain .. .. ',iv;4'... CV ury Lan 1,.,, :,,,:,.. .;, q ,,, 7 ,,
': r I I '; I : '' :'; ': '' ; EdISI?lj '1 1.1 NA' 1J : ,, ;,. r. ,.,.. .., ,
Ildinti 1 U ...,',.' '.i i 1.i,,' ,.; t 1 ...'.. i...: .. :. f '. :, :., :; : !- t ,. s- It : :., : ; ... '. ' , ,i i : : ',. .1 .'".. ''' ''' '. :'; ''' ' ;, .. .' : ;.,i s 2: 1 I ,,,,:. :t ., '!' : z ,, .:'.: '. 1:, :' !,,i .., '4 ,.: ., i '; 7;...- : : :- ,,',.' : .. :, '.. ', '., i;' :, : ,...."4. ';',:v:., I.: 1 : ... 'S..; '': ,' 1:: '' ..:; .: '

1953 -DODGE,,;;;;ri 3$: ,1. I 11' .V t'.; , I. PrUrrCtirgEtt Otk 1;41Vid111; de ILIA EAL,S, La.Xi
- - : .7r I I ... i: I , "O. 1 1111 I , , ' I

1 ,': :. A doot 2 10114',7-2-- 1111.'110N01,11141,, Abrit 25- (UPI :, a M - L-,,-Z-:'-';'----- I till ; '..:. I !,: s' -II" ""' it !, ,: )1' 1

E
AAA AA 11.1111 A 1, IIMMMIMMIMMMI KMKM Er,. PP .4 2f

10 07 .';11';'1,'- itaLUU 111 Ine top American coMmander an I i.' f..1:,,z,' II I 44 464 A J.. CAA,41111111111141,1. A LiALAAAE, NJ L110,11A,,,,A ILJaaeo, F. -; ,12-, ;
- , :;; I tho Porifie tolamail htrt . r PRInfir:11UTITillr dlr. Alm : , 1. 111 ;, I ::i : ..: : ;:1) 1

's vgr oil 2 I ii ".7 ".1,111 11 lib" "". ,,' 1 1 gob, it

' 111 Red Chino IS building ber own sub. 4 ;,:).11'., wat 11 A ,
1 -1952 OLubosuums, ovum' tive 1.'h w Fi
1 ,. 4 door, Radio 00150..00' 't 11 marines ' II -pee month ,andl : I ril Decora ro Ilows all,colors ,

- I : I ,,Admiral Herbrt.0.- Hopviorid al; Ill -repoitsive .'actrod : ti ;IP'. TtliAtie.tat';':: (. .?t'''

II so sala Jost, itussis Is puildlog up ILI , 111, :. :
2 doors- Ita o. I-

f A n .A -
I Ain siguAu amci. ault1 increasing
'
t't..(::r 1 i I Livinu,Rnom Sintett
I 2 tone----17. activity in the Far East.
IN -, II
Really labor' aavior nor-.

me A; auk 24 ;It Aotoava, ;: t '2 !V "'.711' I I V, EA varnott fif thA rtl rooty9,-. I :7.; 11 ; ; "" ;- I ;;;I I Ell I '" --11) - 't 1 ; M .4: :.1T I

munist submarines,: and said thatIll II iormance ,Inar, ,e. v.ery, -.; ;1 : r L 211- 11.1.:L..: .L

1 Han Ehlohnt hokto k,.J. 0, I 1 wriplaciraro SI 1 16.111 SEVIER '1,101-11.111701. 1 Millr:13-

,
. ' I :,.. .', ;
.. ..., ,.... ...,,,,,, .., .,, .k., ..: ., ,,...., . avvm souzzio. AMID. VI Uglen5C11 LUERLIP- I '....,F:i: ,;:, '..,,
: -- .'... A ,' : .,;; 1!' '.,,7k, 7 ,,;.' trially tothe.romt,where it is now ,, ''.;.-A..,;:':'::4 7, 7.-.'.4-- : ... .' f r , : .1.. ." r'. ''' ''''.. .': : '..:. ..' M : ...C.4. tt; 0 i. : '''''' ; . ' '....'. 1 '. .. G
.l t FAST-- FRIENDLY ''' eonsttuctinx ate, own, ,-;.undersee '- :.; ,';,,.,', ;--,! ., ; :. ,.. ., ,,,,:-. .; ..v ,f, ,.. ,...,
, . -11:. craft,- ,,.::. ,,,,,7,,,, -i'',4 T, ',,, ,., :.: : :.' t:''' ''' Ten: ,Minutes: in', yob', office '',.. ;: ".'"'
41 R -''' ', i.... I
. .,...,,, ,,....,-;;,,,,, 2-,. :,..4,..., I
-
.,.., ,,.. ,:, .,
enuine Cry, stab,Stentwaref,,, nte leces :,,. ,. ,- ., h.,.1
. ,
I. ;',.f,
: '.. : ' FINANCING -!--- Intelhgence- Information shows ,,':. ,-'., .:,..' ...;', DEMONSTRATION :,...... 11 .., ,!,-:!. -.:-:. ;.:,::.., (.. 7 ,.. ,-. -, ,, .- .,..,
.., ,,, b that 'the Chinese communists have i .1'. 4.I - will prove r 0 W. : M 0 0 t ; . .. : ., , ,,,,,,,. A V i
0
,



FAN V:::11CAN Vs; r

T.t7E STX
r
I
- 11,0
0.,a0 0,61 40.0414
041 qr o
O o
o ill oil .4 .11", 4,4506i
re
rie.
. 410
11.. eV,
1111 I
...r
.

OP
ki I
"
,
lif tho, gor

''',
, Oinftwo 0 ,....

1

,
t' t, 's,
I ''''
,, '' 4,, ,
,
,
,
t I t...'"' .,
t
,t ', 't
,
,
- 1 , .,
.
,
to : ,
,
II ,
t
,

.
, A
,- 4 Nx.,,,, ''',.4 -4 .; ; ,- 1 6-on-isto-Sur-Vivo the East West ,ahead c abolishing the two.shiftlhol,ver committed a political blund ;
.. ...., struggle. N' achool," be said. ler by &skint the Democratic con- .!
I 4 $ 4p, 14-1,,,,:-.t qk ,,
, '' ' z 1,1 .. 1. e v a lhe twice unsuccessful Demo. In an earlier address to the' gress to extend the duration of un- l 4
,
, t .7 .. A ,...p, 1 z 4
' -if ' , , rt. cratic presidential I a n d i d a t e FEA meeting, State School Supt. employment. benefits for jobless I 1
,
.. , $ ,...,i 4, ,,, 4, -",,. a- , urged Congress to make a "deal. Thomas F. Salley' declared that workers.
' 4 .-' ,, 4, 1--- t- t
A i I ration of national education policy Florida schools rank among the, They feel the-move has boome- t 1
; , .. , ,,, ......... ".?,74;;;,.
4 4 .4 1,r-, ,- ,.. ,- . as it did in the employment act best in the nation in developmentlranited and created a good politic-' t
1
'
, ,, '''' V- 4' o: 1940." - of scientists. , al issue for Democrats to use next ;
? i ,,, 1 ar,..- ; fa I 4,1 Speaking to some 10,-000 leach. The veteran school chief said fall in congressionar-races in re- I -',---,,,, , 1
. ,t ers st the Florida Education Assn. nationwide tests show that Florida cession-hit areas. ,, 1
1
: .'i '',','.' f ' 4.,,,,--,:i. $ r., t..4. s
general wmtthnt abefnarefibtsrohader program than
convention,' Stevenson said "edu. high school graduates are "signif. In resoonse to the President's , ''''
' ,','''s s:, ',,.., s i ,a, ; ....,,,l' s :' ..,.,.y,...
,. ; cation and employment argon the icantly above" the nationalaver. plea, Democrats who earlier had ;
,
i i
, .',' '. ',?,',.'''s -4 s i ...,, ,,,,e, same level as far as national In. age in the critical lields of mathkinsoctuoben einn ptihaenntiniegidaonfy ulengeimsipaitoiyve , 4.
,
, . ', ,4,-,4-0' terest is concerned, both as to the mattes asd science.
the President proposed. 0..
i t , ,,,.A. i IVO riOW, COMP 110
, ,, number of. nersons alLected and "A c o m p a r i s 0 n of
, -- the long term character of the achlivement of a 5 per cent Elm.
1 4 , issues presentedt' plings of high school seniors ,,, ,..
. Stevenson 8450 recommended throughout the United States, The President now is slaking Re- -- ------------------0.--,'"".'"44',x4--' --' ''1
4 I , ,, .., ... ,,'
i ,.... ,,. .. .. that Congress set up a joint tom. through the general education de., publican to tone down the Demo- '. -.
i t
1
, t t,
i 4 t ,...0--
s' ; -9 ,.
- ....,- mittee on education and a council velopment tests, shows he avercratic Win bY (knocking out joh- AWARD :WINNER -- Mrs. maggie B.' Dunaway,. civilian ea.:.
1 of educational advisors to the age rating of Florida high school lell PAY boneri a it would provide ploye of the U.S. Army -caribhean Quartermaster Section sub-.
fine ,t,ininpred workers, 'rho Presi- sistence division, Corozal, was presented with a sustained -,'
-- President, and -require an annati ser.;.ors to. )e. sixth from the top,"
... :

'
' tit
,
1

I,
i S
1 ; ---- N.....,
i t
4
4 4 t
4 1 4
$ ;
1 4.
$ $ 1 ,411
I 4
1 $ $ INNI
1 : ,, azeat
1 ; n their
I 4- depa
n I -, ously
1 $ : out I
1 i 1 w ctiggi
I i, , Artis
. t ; t -4s1L----
1 : ; n
t : 1

Bailey said.: - dent's plan would limit beneftta to superior perform'ance awird and-$2-00, recOgnition of her
- workers covered hY State Unem- accomplishments as supervisory accounting clerk. Mr. biln
status of education.
ninvment Insurance mamma; away, shown with commissary officer Maj. Ja
mes H Van Ernst,
; Required Subject
The Chief Executive told .his is a former Florida resident who pow lives In Diablo Helatital
rtsebnyikift AMinMALIre alwave anririgt in an nir-eanditionott buildinst. but mechAnical Crucial Stip ' '

,1116511Whooth bat 1
INNERSPRING WINDOWIt's alwaYs spring in an air-conditioned building, but mectanical
weather leaves semething to be desired in the way of interesting atmosphere. .To satisfy
their curiosity to know what's Saing orir weatherwise. artists of Ohio Bell's catalogue art
:department at Cleveland have painted their own bit of springtime on e studio wall. Previ Previously,
ously, Previously, the "window" depicted a winter scene. Next fall, the frost will be on the pumpkin with without
out without benefit a a sharp freeze. Meanwhile,, less talented 'citizens in other, air conditioned
w diggings dial the phone company's "WEather" service to find out what's happening outdools.
Artists. from left: Rose Marie Bertani end Myra Samar r.

1 .' il i, 2-''.'', th-;171-curiosity'- tok-ri--owewh--ati7go-in-it o-ri,-.7"weat-herwiie.7 artists of -Ohio Be- 11's catalogue ait
1 education is essential.if the nation poen olotnmeaersticsiteanteees ain tne na.
is to survive. He said the world ti required
i at the most.crucial stage in toe ubject in elementary schools as 1.1
ws ell as in high' schools. He said 11
whit; sparyesesontfilsotriym. ,,,-;t1i.oulgh,,,:,-.,,,he I
e would veto It if it reached him : -----,-- -
,
-
. .. (U.S. AI: mY .1: 11, .(4.4-...'..'''''''''.'' ''.'',-..t:Li;;,:.,.',-:- ','.-:
.,,...mi a wu measure wall nOtaing ,, ,,.;,:, ,.- ., ,', :, ': yeara.'
hut a ,"Atraight rtole" and hinted
'1'. (' i ' ''-department at Cleveland have painted their own bit of springti on e studio wall. : Previ-
', '.. i ,i.., ....:,.otisly,, the "window" depicted a winter scene. :Next fall, the frostmwill be ohn the pumpkin with withhi
hi withhi s' 411eYre4:of foCrherismtiaahnity
, When the showdown voting starts
I i : -. -out benefit of a sharp freeze.-- Meanwhile., Ines, talented 'citizens in ot er, air conditioned ',
on' the'House floor next week' Most ,.
, i 1 ;-;;;!cilittgtIstinsgsfrodimalithetto. phone company's "WEather service to find out what's happening outdoqrs. :
I Rose Marie Bertani end Myra Sams& ' ', -,,,,'.:,:,,,-,.- .. .,.',, :::.
. . ha's- beeneon- new e'ementary science text
trolled and orsdered by nature; but were adopted last year to keep
' .', now man, with.the release -of lhe abreast of the scientific adveanciers.
atom, can control nature before he He admitted that., ther
' ' has' learned- to control. himself," weak soots is the science D r o,
4 Republican, are expected to sup --; ,, ,:-
pothroty :rhos 11, oPtrtoosidkiehnitt'storswtsanrdd, "t.oBuitt t','.,- -' ::
w.ith. any glee. ..,, , -' ',, ,:',: ,, ,.
.
-.: ,, ,, :y --,,' gram. He said 50, high schoolst
, ....,
. '': 1 ;1'''-, .''' -':' ' ;'-- : '',.- ''. :. .' -- '''''': '',,.''., .' ''.' '' ..' : ,.... ..- ',- -- ... ', ' : ,- ,,, He said schools are in .a. period with .lesS than 100.: purPgraamart Poe. ..
' t i. -' 1' ''. '-''' '''''" '''' '''' ' : 4 ...'r'. .,,,:'.., ''. now of "Wholesale criticism.:'. offering adequate; p o ,eahy,
I
: '''-1"ri'rr!',7.'rr''.',..r77!:,T7T.,:.,rrT.: ',.. ,-::-: much (of it) fairly well.founded." cease it is -not l'aconomi ,Il ,
.,,,
719 ,.
: .,,
:,::::.,: ;-. .::. :, s :,
,
.
,.
,,s,.::,:,: ,,-,-,.
1 ''' -' lattilicu-t,- ;,: ,-:, i,,, a 4 ,;..,;,,,.:,-io.,,,4:;!..-17:-.4: ;H,..,--:.,': '": --
"The only trouble is that it (the feasible. ..,,'.."'-..., ,:, ..,,, :, : ,. ,., :--. ;-;9, .:,,,,,, .. ,,,:::.,t',i
. tI I' .' ;---,i',, :----,:' 4--40: Ili t' i :,,';7:;::::: t :. ; '''' ..."' '. "I"' .'"7-7--- E: f b criticism) is largey misdirected. ,, ', .,- ' -4:',,0!:)::,,'t,-.7-..,.,
' ' '''' ' iirttlifil t : ''';:' fa ., .,.1,.;;,.,z,,,.., ::.;,,i.e.,,,N,,::v.,,,,,,:,:,:,,,,,..,.:.::
717 ,,,: -...1 771 IT '';, i ,. ,,,..i.1 !:,..:1!4:,::. ;,,,:;::', L :,'i :1.,"' '7:-. It isn't really an indictment of the Gov.,'- LeRoy... Collins -',,,and Dr, 1: cp -, ,,,p,.,4 .-,.......4.A:,..;,:,0.,1,,,,......,,...::.4.,,:
i i ;' ''
1 '..'7' 1:-"'''''. ''' '...---,,----,:,:- ,;-,:::.L. .'..--,.....A', : schools, but of ourselves," Steven,. Lyman V.-- Ginger, 'president, of .:ii .. ,--'..,
, t,-, 1 i 4 ,,,,... ,, on sal y , r; the National:Education Assn., are ,' 49, tr,........0.77- 4 1 ; !:,.,.;:!4AR,,ii;:m;,7,..L7.
night. '' '' : ',;-' "''' ''' i; l''','- ....'2.' "...i.'...'''.'1,'k'''.t. ',..-.,.' ..' .A' l':', -: i '::::'-',,:'i117?:'''''':':1 '';'i'.'21Nal:,:',-,..-.,''':::'.',
7.77" l'.,,,--,:. .!:;::!:: ':,;' ::-2- I ,::',,.:F1:-r,11,::;,,ii::.,,,--:;,;Y''' .............................................. "I rememfier- saying once that to address -the teaeher -. tonight -..--,:...- -: ,,,,:.;-,,-,, ,,A ,,., ,.., 2 , ,, l'''f.':': '.':...'i...'.:1;:;,:...; .-
., ',.,' .';';:?....::!!',t.:.':,7.7,.. ,::; .::11ff:'''''',7:7 ';.:H,.':;:'.!.::1,:; : :'..i.i!:;5Wit lieople. in this country ,, get just --
' ,-:,,,:-, i, i,--,,;
', '-.' t .' -: :::,.'a,;,,,,..:' :: L:::,-,::, ,:.: -:.-,:-,-.7...,,, ;: : ',,:'. ,,'::,,,':--;,:-'' :::::::.F,:!, shout the level of education we ,, -.,', -.
. I t. "II. '...: : ::":;: '::.: 1 1
4 i. ,...7..:....,:,,,....;.r.....:7;:::.. ::;.::::::i..,.,:.,. ;0..,............:' 7:41.c.i: ;:: .7:...: ..,,6::: ,; HT.:::.,::::.: ,, :::,:s2 sk for and robabl deserve" ... ; .: .:: ii., My yaw A totA dtmg!1,, , ::;.,: :,:,:1:,:i, ::,,I.::::'::',; 4::;::::
: )! SteVenSOn said if-, the n , 111 , J4 ; ; .. : .. ., .,. ,,,,.;i::. ..,:?,....,,,,:::::,,,:,-,-n-:.,---,-,,::- ,::::-..,-.:::,:-,,:,i,-i-:,i,-?::,,:,,,,::,,,,:,:,:, ,
l ''' 1-1
1
Art,--v.,,H'''i'',,,,,,,' ''';-''''';::':::';'' --.'1!r7-71,1 ITI '.,) ::,P::,,, I, P 7,,, ,-, ,.. :.- ''. -, Politeness ;- -.:
:--:, :, ,,..,,,,,:: ;, ,: Written,ferNEA .orvice :: :.,..., ''':''::,k i.::&'-,kl.i.',N:0:-.,A':Iri::,:-'.::; ''..
--...sw.,1 ',,''.:!,,i, :;:'t1,!::'-!'V-i:: .,, . .--,,,, -:: '',r:,:i :::!:::,u::::',--:-,:',,,,!? '. ...
. --4$ 1' ';'-'::: I. 1 i'l!..,':'; ,'.' PeoPto To' BIS ni.0 -:,'''': .'' -'. 2 ' '',' '''' !' '' !' I '' ''' ). ', NOT"' : '' '; i 1 ''' :'-:':;'.4;:V;:::i','a::'''.' ': .''i:::,:!::' ,.,.,.::':::::::';,:::'':Al;:,:;i:'i:4 t::-!!,,,:.:::::,i::i,'&;a: :1,, :
,4,, 01 schools ;have-become too soft -and. one thing Japanese can get a
.. 4 -
polUIPiteness. -re-- ,'-'.," i ':.. ,,,- .. ,, -..... V J 3,11 5 3 :...- , ;,,i,,::::, !' : -.','-':,:::':: ,',..'....,-,:,:5 ,, ,,...,,,,-.,,,-,, ,,',,-,-,,,,-,,-,--,.,,,:,::
':.-:,:K,,,:,.,,,,-,:,:,-,-..,,,:-, ,-
, ,. : .. , 4..,. ,i1 IV ':'''''k: '''''
1 .a. tion's
, ii .:. .....,----,- : !,:,-, .4.----..--,-, ,., ..- ,: p-4 i
..Y. 1 ':
. .. '.11'.1 ,, 1 ''''''.....' A:. : !:: .,:l.';':'.. ''. "."- .' ... i'r!',''' :-.::::::', '
,,,,, ; ... .....
...v.
' :: !:: ". 77-.';'--it, :,:: i 1 b.. ,.,,
m'ittilOPIvtailees.' patrons w r e ,: ,;.'-.: .. ,",::- 41J I 3 r. ,
Is ' quietly philosophical ,-.: throughout IL 10 g .. .
ank.,()ESItyAteKatilbAo'u
,...,-,:- ,,
,. ., ..
: -,
-,-,--"-:, Lommissary Clu tr d t ' WISE "'---, '' - l''- tAn - ,., ,,, ,,, ,., : ,, :,,-,, ,,- .,, .. ,, ., ., .,
. Pa i
1
1- 1 ,, bb., t
, , the holm : they, were aPpe 0. 1 .... .,. ... ,....,., .. .,,... is ,,.. ;,,, :,;,..., ,,, .,., .... ,, ., :s . , ,,,, ., ,,. ..,, ..,. ),, , ,;
',. .0
" ' t .. .: ;' ' gether .n a stuck theater elevator,- 1 ,Ati AI; 0 0 3 3 '' ',.:.; a 101 .: ... ,. -, - .
,
1, :. .' .: .:,'' '"! -::::;birt;::.'7::::;. 44,........'!::; ab ''., ''' But their blood ran fire-,when they .. ..,1, Q ,- .... ,' ;.,', .', V 10 7 1 2 : iviSG't; 'OEORG.
'-,p''. Plans'Day Long :. wir, x t,t;
E E PARKS, Of the Air Transport' g )11 .
,
'i0 '' -'.''':ek s';17.,-';,;' ..,.,..,.---9, ',:::r, ::::::: ,fo: f , got out and found that not ene 1 10 0 4.2, : .- , K 7 5 , Detachment 1 at Albrook Air toree -aisc, recently !fag pr!-sent...,,,,.
' :. !: ..::: ,';,.'1'4,:!4:,:::,,.:-::-,:',:: ------,- A
) : -: i ', -, ' : ' theater official had stayed around ''l ',al '': ' 4 ft C4 3. .ed ty certificate for' comp ..
letill. the USAF, Extension,,,Louise :.,,?..
The reseotation waS
, ?- 'i, ,:,:j::::t ::;-"i::,N0.-,,,,',.';'....:: I! ' , for their in; , --''- ' ..- -' InStItute's' intelilgence'rofficers -course., , p, , ,
to apologize to them ... : . ., ., sorrif (D) ; ; ...
' ' ':' :: .1, ':1:-';;-,",-. i'!'-',t ,, All,,. ,,,--..., ,,,' :::::.,..4s-S t,, l'' Ouhng To Penonome 'convenience., -' ,;. ; .,.....- ,,
''''' ' ', C'' dtb or 1 ,', : ,,- : mado by'Maj. jc, nn ,,,
e eth AV ,Ciruber detachment, comniat)0,,,p, e
0 ; :,,,.,,,, . :,,:p'-' '. ,,,p;:::;.:1:-..,'.g:::::,:,,:--,.;
tat USAF -Ebo,to) t,-; c!-, --:.' , ',-
' .: N. ''." ; ':: .' !. :' ', .. -..... ,..- ., ,., '. ; .-. .-, -' ), : :, .'.! his Albrook offie.1(Offic .7,
i : : ..,,;.e.,:;:;:::::ir. . ..,,
i' Arrangement are nearly cont. '-', They staged : a sit-down strike ; .,,,,.. ., ..,.,. .. ,, .. . ...ti 4,0,....
,....,, .-.., ,,,,fee AK 4 ;,f.- : ; - , , i ... ... ., ,,,," -77,77,!. -1. ',-.e.), -.,,r.,1 4.4 1 .,,
' ; -. :)P :..' :' ,OCE A
plete for 'an outing to Penonome in the manager'e office until:be ..,-,-...:: .,,,:t -,,.,, 11:,..L .,. ......,.., -.: ; ,. i ,,.... .,...: ., .. .. .,3,
4 ', : , -t, :' j:, by the, Pacific Commissary Social was rogted out orbed,, came back ..., .,.() onyit,vu'1"folera6 .. .,
enate, ea ers ,- ra ing:,q.,
A: : ,- :'.:::,::':tili '',,, ;::::,:.:-.:,.:::::,.::::::::::::::;;,:;.- :: ::.
.:: :1 and Sporting Ciub on Friday, May and said, politely, he was sorry. 1 , -'. r!.. wis4, I me ,
t SC,
i On the day's 'agenda will be the - --'' ' '',...',:', ,i -1 4',-
:1 ,.. ,,;.:::::::::::,,,-',-,-.7:7-': ''..:::::::::::::-;,--''' :,,--,:H,: '. -q:.'-',:,,',:.!',;'.:;',;:,,, i ,,,..: ......q,,,.. : i n : '
, 1 . !' i 411, ,. Pass .,..,Pass li ,...., ,,.. ', :,:.:: ,.- :,.,:;-.;,: ,, -..." pi.:,-; : ....--; ,,, .; r..., .,- ...,:;;-,,.. 1.;
:, ., 4.
'' le
ball game between the Gallito FORM-FILLINO CONTEST : 1 ,2 NI.: Pass, .... 8 zl.T.,,;, .ss c
1 ,,,,
,,,,,,,,,,,,,,i,,,:., ,,,, , ,:, ::,,,,,,,,,,,,,,::,,:, ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,:: ,,,.,:,::,:, ,. ,,,,,,,, ,,,, .2: team o Penonome which is ma. '-- - pi
,,.... ..:,L .,,,.,.., L. L., ,... ''.:r,"Y I ,:latir. -7Psigs ;7' : , L f t :,
e s ,,.,. .. .:,; s,,,,,. :
,, n...... a or.,, i
d b the Governor of th .
t',, : :'.- '' ....,:e-1;:::::::;:::;:f:,::;4,-,'".-'77;H:';.: -,::,, ." ::::,-,!,- iii -'::: ,r, ::::::::::::::,:,::::.:,:::::, ,::.::,:::.:,,:.,,:::::::,:::., g y .
pro' -CAMPAIGN,' Ill; ,(1.11,)-4 Mei. 1 ,.,,opetkint leid...4 i ,, : ,. ,,.
, ,, .-.. ... .i.,---1-,
''''' r'';' "4' '''''-1'.' ''' ''-':'. .;A, i;',Ng b!.:3, :i0::-.;;;,''.
,,, .i;:,:.:H,:ii,,,:::::::::::: ::::, :i..:: ::,::, :,-::::i: ,,:::::-::::::::::,R:,:; :::,o,s'A..:!::::::::.,:: I ik,i) vince and the Pacific Commissary Richard Ahlgrent 25, thought she 1 , ., ,.. ,, 4 ,,, , ...- ; : .....;,,,,,,,, ,,, i -7 .......,.,.,1q ,1., tl...;s;....; ,,; :: ;, 7.. .. ..; : .,,
- 1 ; : .. !:.: .,::::.:::;:.::.: '''''.. : ''':: ''::::1::,'!.Y:: ; ,..::' ''::::. :':iii: :: '...:::::':11.1' ..,.,..,:::n: 'i':::!.q.'...:;:..:,:.: .'".,:. .1 .iiad::.i:CZ,:,,'Zi'.,'",:iiibwil Club 'team::: ; "'', ,, :,, was ,entering a ,,,,seisking;"competi- ---.,..r...,......,,,,,....---,---L----. 4,. .,.. :,,,i., L :.:.,;., :....';':. ,.' c. F:?; ., :- .. .
..,.bbbb.40Ki..b,b.,9b.bbbbabibb.,,:bout....,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,;tb,,b;sb....,,...,:.;..,,,.b.;--b.wke4k,.b :.,b,,;:.7.,....,. ..-....4.4
. la are'getting used to Strangesal6hts in :Al Dane g
'' '' -STRANGE CARGO-;,-Although the citizens, of Brusse . e 'Y'of the Prof lios when she filled 1 out some ..... ,,,,.-
' ' '''' '' '' ' l' ASHEIGTOIst-.(UP)-Senate been -recommended
r. : '''', bor'''S'e'& : ;
by Le
1: I : '' 'icortriection with' the:forthcoming 'ykrorld's. Fair, a 48-ton train rolling g
throti h the streets is '. .411- 'will I t T dap al 'BOB OLP' i S A t ro ''IN d L don' B retarY' JanleNs.
Makin and his Orchestra Masters. forms some ime ago, o B w o an : n on Democratic lea er yn P.: -lititchelL,,T h I ,.
b t of ''' ''
' '''' '' still something to see.'", The new diesel yain,, called the Tran8-Europ Bapress, wilt ,epar Buses will leave form Shaler Road a result 'of having, ,- filed host.
, tookvtime out-from his Successful J'hnson yesterday ;accused COP DemcTiir4:1; der s described' the
H
She finds: boreal!. Illinois, ely
sr nwinndi at hill Ytli
11,7iimirilittalitiOnt.late ,t,
, I at 0 cm.: and ;tart returning at papers,
' the German .exhibit, at. the fair.' -,. i ,; : :, -',,,P..-'..;.,- 7,-.1-.,,7,.-,,r.,--t, ,-,..,. ,,,, ,: : .,., .,,. ,,rt,,, . , ; : , .. .,.. . ,shQw ... INbit'sYour Rid", ,in L.....,,,..,, 111111; ft ., ,W n

:STRANGE CRGO;-Although the citizens' Of Brussels' are'getting used tO strangessi6hts in
tormeetion with' the. forthcoming World's Fair, a 48-ton train roiling throtigh, the streets is
atill something to see', 1 The new diesel train, called the Tran8-Europ Espress, be, part of ::"
the Oermari :exhibit. at: the fair;. : ' : ":'1- 1
, t, ,, : t t

-- ;ACCUSea laUti Vir1110C77111.1' 11,7itiC,Init,Lisrtri5aLliounc,4.11x4,0,1,
i:, : ,, :. the German ,,ex- hibit, at' tbe fair;: ., ,,, .' ' :..!'''.''..,'.' ';.:,,,,.,'.7!-:',-"1- ::." '...i, ,-;,' ,'
play On the inning
.,,' '. -,-,. : .,'t- -.... i .: at 6 artt end tart rettirning at -aners, she finds herself' Illinois' fir-4-i-- yrijaii",111..":18 """.";e,:b4u1 .1hnson yesteror.'
i .., Tv -, I, e x our Bin , to
- leadet Wilhelm-IF... Knowland 9 b II v..is ii", is ti .. t
, ---: r- ' j',- ;',1' :' ' 1. : .,, .-,.(...,',,: 44, .. ,..:., ..; .... ,,., :....i. ,,, 4.; :. 6 pall. Tigkets lean-the had frem :ntry in, the Mrs., Ainer,laalt CoC ''
k
, . .0, ;,, ..,,,..,,.,,,, .,............. ,7, . :. r .,. .,.. .... .4, ., .4 ,.. , .t 1, ., ... . ) . : ler member et the club. ... tat., - .., x Republic' .of Tease eh in i n ' ,, t ::-Se te' :wel Without ,nidetioning ,,Knowland
. I , ,-,-- ,,,, -. ', ,,,,,,,,, 4, !d 4 -,....!'', ,. ' '' ''.' :k, 44 .- .-,. .''.1.. .,..., -.. t '..',. i'. .'. '. ., i -1 '' - ' '- ' 4 1 P W th a p 0 ship legislation to he na .1. ., ,.
i1 ', ,..,,, : ',...- , ...-.. , ,,, ? 4- :' --: .: 4- ''' : :" ' -- -''. ',,,i- k. ,.. ,i ''. '' ,,, ., : ,t t . t .. i .. .. , n ort or '' '''':: ' fare. fund ;control .4111. ,,', ., J h ri 1 id-th t '"here
, ,, ,.. ; by name,: ,o nso sa a ,,
team' It th'l trying to 'tack a lot tit antLiabor posaM1 trA,:t-(oftw. e-....r.,,-, ,,?'','-',-
, ,Today'i-hand shows Bobby walk. ,. ., , ,, r ,, ..., 5 of late, it it diLicult to geh ttl ,.
,
: 11 .1 ,..,,, ..., . ,, .,.., -- :- .i .. f' ',--:' i, ' '''' S'2 .'4'.. .f,- ',-- : s.:, .,,.i, ..-,. ,.. ; . ., i,., ., ,.., .. .. .. ,. : .. ..., -, log' off wit4 all the tricks with a ,' Itriowland fired babk that Detti- Republicans. completeir together.
:'''''' ' : ''' .' "''''' : '', .' ';',:-....,' '' 1 : .' ''',,-. -"',' ." -.. fl, : ,. .,. ,:, i4. ,. ,., ,,,.. ...., ,, ,..., , .,, ,.. .,,,, ..,, ., ,,.. ,,, f, ., halidl that might ,Atell have gone ()erotic leaders 'had Joined with But he, said that "'an, this- ease,
: With 20 high card points Bon Bon.
. Bon. , .. down at three no.trunip.,. '',,,,
.-- the. AFI;CIO to block' hit amend we are going to' take the' recom, .,
' -. I'. ,,,. -. ,:' -; ',. , iii,...,.. ,,; ,. ; ., ....,,,,",..'). ,-';..'1, ',;. i,
. :. '. ;" LISTEll TO TIIE LATEST 'RECORDS. ::7
, ...
, .,.
, ..,,, t,,,,. ,.. . ... .., ,, -- .- 1 -. .,."2, ;,..,: ,,,-, ,,, his rebid softer -West overcalled,
.. , , . ;. .. ':. by was Mit too weak to open two would ,haste',, to bear 'the ,'","heavY labor."' 4.: : i -,,, .y, ..,,,, .., i. z ,..,..,,.,,,,i.i.
. ,. , ,. ., ,, -'' I ' : -.. I t', ',, ,,, ,. . I no-trump but. decided on that as responsibility'," if Congress failed : m.. .:, 3 '':;' : '''ll':.t, ', ',.'
ments. He iled tlie,,,'emocrats mendations of rthe secretary-0(
, ... 4, !- -, ,
,. to pals labor legislation thia year. -',; ;,, -..'-';'', Talks With Iles ,. 5,.".:.,;,,,
.. ,. : -,-. , .. .. ,...,,... ... ,. -,., ,... .. !West' poled the eight of spadet.
r 1 ..) ''' ''''''''. ''''''''"-.". 'over ..., :: ' y s Nortlf-raised Bobby to game and : The ': johnsen ,:,,,, Knowland, eg , .- .,-,,, .. ',, -.
change
,
, 1 ,
. ...
. r- .. .. . I
......-', .,'; ,: ,,', .
, .. .. , ,... .. ......., ., .. ,, ; ,---,, ., ,' Robby gathered in the trick with bated, a'. bill which would rectlte labor 'preposals were aniont,, a
eame as the' Senate..'- de. Knowland -', 'told 'reporters 11 I
, ',L. ' ; ,,,' t,,P, '44,4 .. ' ' ' .' ' WS (mesa end laid down the" ace ii,' financial accounting Jo ',the La- dozen or more matters het dis ..
- ,
.
.. ,, eussed with.' President Eisenhow,
. : of hearts. West dropped his, singlet,. Joe Department '' et management ,, ,
.
. , ton queen &nd Bobby saw that he and union' health-' and welfare er, at a- break 1st. meeting. vi
...
. .k 5,,,. .;:r.,,:., , 1 ,,,. : -:. ,,.. ,... , ,. needed two' entries to dummy le funds., The Senate' Rackets 'Com- detlined to, yomment on -.:,..t b I ,....
,..- '-' 't '7,...,. --- -, ".": : '. -.!,. c. ;;:i ., ; ... ....,, '' i .., ,. '' "'.: order td he able to bring home the mittee '. 4 disclosed '': 'Widespread President's) views, ', Mitchell 4tIns0
' abuses-1n' the fund;" ': ;- '- ; arranged a 'White House mee. .,e
- . ,, : .. , T
' '''-' '' ''' herefore he Ied I low club and ' '. ' ..-- ',.. :-- l'-'-: to discuss -the issue, --: '., ,,,, ,-,
4
. 1- 1111116..,., .--,4' : fl : ': --:": : :, '' s''' ''' --,.. ,' ',4: -: '' , ', ' ,, .,.......,....., finessed, dummy's ten-s- DUMMY'S' .., '',f- Supports.' Arnendimoti -- .. Knowlaild',' discounted ,-i',: state :
, ,.. ,....,
- i nine of hearts was allowed to ride ,' ".' .' '''' :' - --' -' ments -' by Johnson -,,qind '' ether
. I '-'-' ' for the next trick. Then Bobby took Kilowland' lOoke 'tint tri suppert Democratic' leaderS that 'the Sem :
1 I .' '- -1,1tk,7,..,, '4'. '' ' '' '', ',- --. 4 ; --- .., ..
.
' li) 171,N. , ... ;', '. ,"- 7 ,..,, . : ,..,-.... '.. ., tit tonsider additional -la. ...
s I the king, ;tot bsck to dummy with of 13 amendment 'he had offered ate wo d .,
. . .. . :
I '''' I I,' '',' 4-144,4 'tiL,...4 ,.... - 1.,
, ' ',.. : '- Ull'AINIR 111 the, kink of ,clubs And tnt rid At te nrntort othpr enion financeS. bor Aernslation, later this 'Year,

Ihn,11,,1141
. , , ,..,,,;,..,..04-,,,Tvi,. ;4,F,,,,,. ,r,.,,,,8,ifs. .7717,-; ... .. ,,.. :. ..: ,.; ... ,,,. . g, rkt lia.t,Y lin , ', ., ,, 'gm : ,.; : .. :,.,,. , : p by pr y, .,.. $
It cou to of diatnonds Now Boh dyed 1 0,0 enate Labor Cont. further 1:hearMgs .-;,Py !nit "-ismor ..2
:. 'z :0,,,y.,,,0,- ,,,&0, i:, : ; : ' ': ; '' : ' - :'' :'' '"; 104 dilmlnY.14 lark ond East cover. mitte did -not .go faf enough. subcommittee! on a wide yariety
, -. ed with tho king. This gave Bobby Johnson countered 'that '' the of:bills. But Knowland -said this
, ,
: , .,..
,
, the rest 01 the tricks for's grind measure, -' CO.sponsored 'by $ e n. did not mean a bill would, be,sent, ',.
, 1 '' i- ,slam. ' :-: ,.,-,' '.. I:, '. .4'1: ,I ,' Irving 4 M.',, Ives 7 (R.N.17..),' had to the' Senate, z-,. :,,-,,z"'i, 4.
,,, ,.. .,...: :., .. : .... ; .,.. ,i . ...: ,. ....., ; ; ., :.. .. bvi,iitil Inthainvdeu; hasunocnho tehtatthteklutchkiaenil: : :..:, ::,::,,,,,7.,H:,,,.., t 1,,,,.,;,:,.,,..:..::.::..,,,.1,:,: ,,,,.--,,,I.,-,:-,,:,,,.,,74,,,';',',',,,7,",,'";,it-,::;;::,:,!',",.,,:',,:! :! ::'::: :::.:- ::::::, ,,:i,::,,,' ,'',: ',1'.'', -, '..,
,
I ; ,,..".t,:. ', ; ,..,,, ;,,-,,',....r,r, ',',',.,--,,,:.:A -,-.,.:!;!-,'.;!,,,, , ; : - Broadcasting:directly:. from the ,n...s, ,....... Thig i "mighiy isrly 'In, the ytill.. ,,,7-7,,,--7, .;. ., : , !"'7.,..-74-.--:,:,77:,--7.--- --:77.7-7.7.---:- s.;',
.
., : ItitioRtm5mo ,..,
i '- ,..1..: The most' practical and cotuplete :;,,,;,:
, .,,, 1 ,f , ',,.,
-
e
: : :, ; -:-.., 1, : ',. .'' of 1931. -, ''. 4 -- ; -'''':':r.':':''''-"'": : 4'''''''''''1, :: ,' ':;:-::H :: : : s:'" : : ----- ---" '!",- ".
, ... -..
: ,:, : : ; i 4., z.,
-, 4,,,,k,-,,,..,, 7 , ; 1 : '... t. ': r : ., .- i ,,
'- '." atiotial, ''' 1 ..
,
,..
,. ,
e
' -, ''''! ,,, nntveriary oo 004 '-, A,
no ,..y.., 1 r
1 ', I, i ,7 ,.: ,,, .,, ,,, : :, ., : ,, .: ,- ' : ' : 1 Z .i. :, ',.. :V I 4-4111h Illtlethlt hes beet: : :'' :,,1
'' :' '''' '- .
.
. :
.
, ,,. , :,,, : -: ,, -., North --East ''',:.;- South. West
-
: ''',-,.. 4:, . i "4.. z' 4: -, ' ,-.--: '7.., .. '...:.''';:' .; : ,: ?: ,', ''.: 1 IP ls ;, Double I NM. .' Pees ,,,,,,
, 4, : ,,,, :
,
'".,' ,),i': ',' ',:' : '. IS' '.
' ' .' . .. ' 'ON SALE '
, ,. ..
i R . Yell South,
hold: ,:. ..',.:...: F 'f
'a' ELECTRIC,. ,CENTE ,...f......, ..,:',4161:,,:c:11tst..:,g':1:tu'll::,,,'.:,1A'si,(1,:::46-',1,...1',...,3 ti; ,-
, : ', :
::
, ,,
,
,..
. ,,.v ,:..
- ' .;
,.. :
.
.44
t ...,,,,,,..,.),.,..,,:,.... :,,,,,,,..:.:.,:,,::. T,-;':;,,,,,,,,,,.,,,, , :2:: ....." ',, ..:' ,, '. ',,'""".' ',t -".'' .:; ; I h. -1:,' : A,Illid Ore heorW. Yes bevel' 1 , ". :-. ,::::: ,:
'
.. . ... ,.,, ., : . , ,, , , ,. li.:-. 1 ler See amok to sell out this low,' IP :
, . ;:..,,,.",:;.1 '....::. i .. A
' ' '''""..' On 31 FianciscO' de la' OssaAvenue -,7,..1,.;'.,.. o'and i'in but Pvir starer year!' 4'il
, 4 ....,.....,,,, .., 1 .,...; ,,,. ,. , ,. -.... .. ,, :,...,:: ,..::.,,.,,,:-......,,,., 1, ...beart.sagpods.,, ".,:v, ', --, ::,. ",, ,,,, ''' : 1 ..,
- !. ..-: ,, 0, 1
'. : '1 : ':' (AntOmbile Rw)," ': .., ..!. .-; TODAY'S Quitsuoir "i,- :::::',:;.,:k!:,:et's:''', i i ;
::::::,::::::::: :..:1 -,:!: i w.?:.,,,:
.., ,, ,,, .,..., , .,.. ;.. .. ,.,......, ,, ., ,: ,,. .. Vest bids three ellemondslin'd, 1 ,:::: :: -::-., ..,--..-:: ,.,:: ,,,t -1 :4.
- -; '.- z:'''.. ;.'s '' ::;- : -'' :'.':!:.", ,,' ,,: ':, "::.: :';, ; ::: '' ,,,:',. '10 it poised around to you.' Whatt I : ,,,,,,-,.--;:1::---.',' i 1".Ye,..,,:',:::i: ;-, i'''
r .b rt :: '' ''.. ' '''''''. '7 1 11:-A.M-.:tcr"12iNobn-::-y;;''',; i -: do ram do? ,,,-, --.;',.,,'",,,,,,, '., ,,,i ' :
' . - , t.,! ,,, ,,..:, , :,-......,...,, 1 i: ,,,: : 1 , :
. . ,
, :::':' :i ':: ''),:":' : :" ''''' I : :'H!: :' : : I
' ,1 H t-1 ' ' -
! ,. it . ': ; ,' : ; '' : Every Saturday- .; :, .. ::,,; , .... ::, :;,:::::,':'
, :: ,,,, 4 '',..: : I' '''-::" :: ' : :
-
: :::'::::';'"' z : 1 '::": ', 4 : i':,'''.1::: :: i
,
i e
: : -,,.. ,..,.,! .:,, :,.. ...., ::. ,,.....,,,. ..; : :-. ." ,, ., ..,, ..,,f.- ,.... ., ,,;,,,:- ,,,, ,, ., ;:. ,-, z :,,. ,,..-:, ...,... ,: .,., ., ::' .., ,-:: , :: : , COUSINS END MARRIAGE , 1 :,...!...:...,::::::: : -.::,,:::,:::: --------1, w- i : :
, z :
,
. --i ''',',..,' .-. .::: ', .. ,., ., ; : , CHICAGO (UP) Mrs.:Harriet 1- ,. !,,,,
. ; ,, :." '': r' .. ''''''''': .!' ' .: :I .' Haie your: favorite tunes Played by. your
, .-., I otos and, her kueband robert, i 1
, ,: : ::, ,, :: ,,;
I ,
. i , , : ; -. r 1 . ; : i . '' '''' I' ' .! : '''' : ; ..' ; k, ', -- :: : suddenly discovered they w 4 r e i :: :.;
, l !, :0-.
' I' : ",;,.'.:'.': ,: ': ..- :' : :- ,:!! : ::: ',. : !: '',', ,", .; '.'. ,'"., : 2'. ',: .' '", : '., :,' .-: favorite disemi'oC.,Ley :and : get-i'disCount L. !.kiiiint ealleins'!,, after 24, years : i ''' ,:: ::,;:ik t i :::::
-1 9 niarriage and made a quick 1
change in their plane. fOr'living 1
'' 11 PANAMA': '. .,, :,. ,, ..
' ' ''. ', : l :" '''. ' : ''''''' -,- I on all :, recordS :purchased d u r i n g : the
4, apart, Mrs. Glos bed tought a di. 1: "
,
:''' 1 I '' f ,',
- ....:,, -.. ,,: c. i ' it .:, : ..,- :, '...:7 ,. -.'. ,.; t , ',, '..', ,: '. f : : 1 ., ',. ''. ', ', ''.! :!., ;'-', :: ;.:::'4..,i, ':: -'. I,: vorce tit tha trountit of entity, (1! ,.. ,
, I..' MADURITO 4. FELIX B. MADURO MOTTAE i. ., ',,,,,":,', : ,.' :,:,' :- I '' program. ',. 1 ',.,:, ; 2' ,,, ': ..' .,, '''''' ; :' :" ,,' but skt arid Glos decided to try I s,
:. 1 :
i ,..,,,,,
,
-
' : ':: : z: ' ,,,' : : : :-- for an enriulment, -because Ill'.
,
' : ;
' ''' 'MORRISON 'ZIO ZAO STORE TROPELCO.,..'.'7'; '..:;-.' ", .''..:',..., '',,'.- -, : ; .... :, ,. -.. : ........ .. i.. . .... ... : Itt3IS Itw bans the ',marriage of
- first ,Cousine. ,-, '. ,,
,-- '' .- : :.! k : Listeners can phone in or requests : 1 ,
' : HAI.MAN S;A'' i'JEWISH WELFARE BOARD (CZ), ;:.,.-.,) '-, -, ...'. '.: : :, . : , ,. . : ,,'.. ,.. ,, 1 5
: :
D!SCOVE it ANIMA,LR,I, MAINS : !,
: , .'', ' ,, -, 2 : : "'":,- : : :. ''.. ' : ':- '' ' ':' ' ': ; : .:77, :.'1. '.., ',.: by calling Panama 2-2244 ., ...,..... '. :'. :,:
.,, :-. ,. ,7,,,,- ,: , : .,.., : :: :-,. :. :: , ,...,' , ',". .. -, ', f I ',:','". :. ,',..., ... : ,.. ,, : ; 7 :.:' : :... ; : ( 7' ' ..:' '' ' MADRID, Spain (UP,),..,-Spanish , ',. ,
: '' .- '--' ' '': :, -' 1' '' ' "' On Saturday mornings. : '-' scientists 4'yesterday- Announced ,: 1,:,",'.'i'4,,;,,:,2-,,,,I,;:7:,7 s.,::,: ,:...,;.,::,,::,..,,,,, ,:,-:::::, i,' r....,,,,:.: :?.,,s,,,,,,,..",...,,,..,,i:,,,, : ''7 .-
thoef t,himeosskteletoolimpolfetae : -'
, Li COLON. :,,.'. ';', .' '. ', : : ' ...;-; : ..-,...- :::: '.'' ,.,s'.' ', ', ;!'.:': ,:' .; :::! :::, -:- : 'i : : Y.' '.. '. : , ; ; ., 7. ,. . ," ::; ,, (million-year-011 elephant:, T k e y IT TAKES HITEItenr Itite,that ig,' who shows a fellow '"e'
Worker how easy ills towash off a high str'eet sign irt Mirind- :
.
'' ' s': 'f' '' : ,- '-' ''' 1 '' ' '' '''.: .- : : ; '- ". : ':' t : ''': 1T il""liTi li? '' ;11.' .r.': ''11:;1.111.1.7 :' :'11. ; 11.:: L.'. ',..' Sthra:11111:11. I 11:::; 8::StrY'Ver L, found in, Spain, : apolis. 'lite, an eight-foot, 282-pounder,: who has ,all his clothes i :

11 PANAMA;
' '
MADURITO 4.FELIX B. MAMA MOTTAS
MORRISON ZIO ZAO STORE TROPELCO
HAMAN S. A. JEWISH WELFARE BOARD' (C.Z.)

LI COLON: , ,
, , mplion-year-ohl elephant. T 11 Y IT TAKES HITE--7-lienr Ititethat wno snows: a iellow
1 , said it wee the timost complete worker how easy it le to'wash off a high street sign In
,, remains". ever found in, Spain, apolis. Ilite an eight-foot, 282-pounder, who has all his clothes
' MADURITO BAZAR INGLES : CArintimtv NptivArk The elephant, which apparently ma'de to order. was seven feet tali at the age of it He stopped I

1.1 COLON:

.
- 1-. ; s .., .. . , , I , : '.' ,. ..'",- ', :- 1 "" ' ' ' '," ' r ' '.'" "r'''' ' li' Rafael Elano Y Caro of the Lope I
1
Janitorial tontractorzZI- ---
, si 1 de yega Institute.,,, ','-- I ''" -- - N,
'
.
1
.
.
N
,
. ,
N

16 '. .t '
s
. 1
,

' ,
2
, , 840 K y t. , his,two-remaining epides on dum. insunr democratic '' processes m 4 Chairman,' John 'F., Kennedy
i) e.
, N 090 Kcs., all;ta hearts.. I Unions. and curb certain other (D-Mass, Poor manager of the
.4" DAVAMA eni ear!whileyest had discarded abides. said the bill as Bp syelfare und bill, has announced

MADURITO BAZAR INC4S

I

:

S'rEVEN'SON SAYS INSIDE
MIAMI BEACH (IR) Ad 'al
Stevenson 'Litt last night that ed.
ucation must have priority over
all other civilian wants if the na.
tion is to survive the East West
struggle.
'Die twice unsuccessful Demo.
cratic presidential tandidate
urged Congress to make a "decla.
ration of national education policy
as it did in the employment act
o: 1948."
Speaking to some 10,-000 leach.
ers at the Florida Education AISTI
convention, Stevenson said "edu.
cation and employment are on the
same level as far as national In Interest
terest Interest is concerned, both as to the
number of nersona aliected and
the long term character of the
issues presented."
Stevenson a,so recommended
that Congress set up a joint tom.
mittee on education and a council
of educational advisors to the
President, and -require an Anna 11
report by the President on the
status of education.
- Crucial Stage
Be said America'ssuperiority in
education is essential if the nation
is to survive. He said the world
is at the most crucial stage in toe
history of Christianity.
"Heretofore, man has been con controlled
trolled controlled and ordered by nature; but
now man, with the release of the
atom, can control nature before he
has' learned- to control himself,"1
he said.
He said schools are in a. period
now of "Wholesale criticism.
much (of it) fairly wellfounded."
"The only trouble is that it (the
criticism) is large'y misdirected.
It isn't really an indictment of the
schools, but of ourselves," Steven,.
son said. ,
"I rememBer saying once that
people in this country get just
about the level of education we
ask for and probably deserve."
, People Te-Blamo
Stevenson said it the nation's
Schools have-become too soft and,

i all other civilian wants if the nil.' we put tne 110.St Vat lititOMODIte J'omplaining tnat rrealnent Lisen-!

Commissary Club
Plans Day-Long
Outing To Penonome
Arrangement are nearly cont.
plete for an outing to Penonome
by the Pacific Commissary Social
and Sporting Ciub on Friday, May
On the day's ageticla will be the
softball game between the Ga Into
team of Penonome which is ma.
naged by the Governor of the pro:,
vince, and the PacificCommissary
Club team.'
Dancing will be of the Prof.
Maxin and his Crchestra Masters.
Buses will leave form Sheer Road
at cm. and ;tart returning at
p.m. Tickets can,be had from
any member of the-club.,
I
"

UR COMMUNE

840 Kcs.-
PANAMA'
-Broadcasting

ECTRIC CENT

Atitombil. Rw

Hive' your,favorite tunes played by your
favorite diselockei and get 'a discou- nt
,on all records purchased -during the
program. ,

Listeners can phone in or requests
by' idling Pftnama 2-2244
on' Satn;ylay ornin gs.

our Connunit

hm put too much emphact on
frilis it is only because the
people have broupt it about by
thetr own way of itfe.
"We put the mi.:hilt automobile
ahead c abolishing the two.shift I
achool," he said.
In an earlier address to the'
FEA meeting, State School Supt,
Thomas F. Salley' declared thAt
Florida schools rank among the,
best in the nation in development'
of scientists.
The veteran school chief said
nationwide tests show that Florida
high school graduates are "signif
icantly above" the nationalaver.
age in the critical fields of mathe,
mattes aed science. 1
"A comparison of general
achlivement of a 5 per cent UM
plings of bigh school seniors
throughout the United States,
through the general education de
velopment tests, shows he aver,
age rating of Florida high school
seroors to be sixth from the top,"
Bailey said.

,
Required Subject
' Pointed out that !livid& wal
one of the first states in the as.
tion to make science a required
subject in elementary schools as
well as in high schools. He said
new elementary science text
were adopted last year to keep
abreast of the scientific advances.
He admitted that there are
weak soots is the science r
gram. He said 59 high schools
with less than 100 'pupils are not
offering adequate programs be.
cease' it is not 'economically"
feasible ,-
,
-
Gov. LeRoy Collins ,and
Lyman V. Ginger, 'president of
the National.Education Assn., ore
to address the teacber tonight
night.
Politeness
OSAKA, Japan (17P)If there
one thing Japanese OSA get really
anzry about, it's politeness.
Fifteen movie patrons were
quietly philosophical throughout
the bolir they, were trapped to;
gether .n a stuck theater elevator,
But their blood ran fire when they
got out and found Quit not one
theater official had stayed around
,to apologize to them for their in.
convenience.
They staged a -sit-down strike
in the nutoager'e office until be
wig rogted out of bed,,came back
and said, politely, be was sorry.
FORM-FILLINO CONTEST
CAMPAIGN,' Ill. (11)-4 Uri.
Richard Milgren, 25, thought she
was entering a 't sewing 'comneti 'comnetilios
lios 'comnetilios when she filled out some
forms some time ago, Today, as
a result of having tiled
paners, she finds berm& Illinois'
entry in the Mrs,' nineties Con,:
directly from the

htiona

CJ

WAStlINGTON. april 25 tP)--
Many Republican Congressmen are
complaining that President Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower committed a political blund
er by askinz the Democratic con congress
gress congress to extend the duration of un unemployment.
employment. unemployment. benefits for jobless
workers.
They feel the-move has boome boomeranged
ranged boomeranged And created a good politic.:
al issue for Democrats to use next
fall in congressionar- races in recession-hit
areas. ,,
In moonset to the President's
plea, Democrats who earlier had
not been planning any legislative
action in the field of unemploy unemployment
ment unemployment benefits have now, come oe
with a far broader program than
the President proposed.
The President now is king Re Republican
publican Republican to tone down the Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic plait by knocking out Joh Johless
less Johless pay benefits it would provide
Ifor uninsured workers, The Presi President's
dent's President's plan would limit benefits to
workers covered by State Unem Unemnlovment
nlovment Unemnlovment Instmance nrograms;
The Chief Executive told his
news conference yesterday the
Democratic -measure was nothing
hut a ,Atraltht dole"' and hinted
he would veto It if it reached him
in its present form ,--though
didn't say so flatly. ,,
: When the showdown voting' start
the'llouse floor next week' niost
Republicans ere expected to sup
port the President's 'stand. But
the's' are not looking forward to it
with any glee. ,
,
,
ity OSWALD JACOBY
Written,for NEA torvits
'.N011110 '; v.';$
J4
WJ9,1153
'41J63-
LIOt
"' I
, ,
',IPloTsi
, K76
,'4113
i
' SOUTIE (D) ';
A X 4 ,f., :
':AQIVi
,
, :714!:o oniulgierabk ,
- ilortt 1 Rut
I 416' Pass Past
yass : 3 141.T.,'-'11g ss
'Pau: '7PelP4-1,
,
'
,
1
BOBBY wotar of San Antonin
took time out from his successful
T'Syshow Viiit's Your Bid" to
play on' the :Winning team at thee
Republic of Total championship
in Fort Worth. I
, Today'Shand shows Bobby walk.
inS oft wit4 all ths tricks with a
handl that might ,well have gone
down it three no.trump.
With 20 high card points Boh.
by was just too weak to open two
no-trump but decided on that as
his rebid slater 4Iirest overcalled,
North,raised Bobby to game and
West- poled the eight of spadet
Bobby gathered in the trick with
hit; quesn end laid down the ace
of hearts. West dropped his singlet.
ton queen &nd Bobby saw that he
needed two entries to dummy in
order td be able to bring home the
heart 'at,
Therefore ha Ted low club and
finessed dummy's ten., Dummy's
nine of hearts was allowed to ride
for the next trick. Then Bobby took
the king, got bsck to dummy with
the, king of clubs And got rid of
his two remaining spades on dom.
enl4s hearts. I
eanwhile Westlad discarded
couple of diamonds. Now Bobby
led dumMyte tack 0nd East cover.
ed with the king. This gave (Bobby
the rest 0 the tricks !tn., grind
Thig is "mighty early In, the year.
but I hive a hunch that this haw?
will tdand up as ono of tha luckla
of 1931. 4
Mai R Mtlif
,
OThe bidding bee been:
North toot South west
111 Double 1 Peas
;Piss ,'S ?,
' You, South, held:
Tou, Wit, Riad:
461CSI "(ICI dAll'44113ti
What do You do?
Soo karts. Ton boo&
''tnr Soo um So soll out tido low,'
o'and you ham over shown yourl'i
heart gattPorts
,
TODAY'S (1,1,181101(N
Won bids threo diamondo and;
it to passod around to you. Whatt
do you do? .0., ' I
newer 911101114
- T
COUSINS END MARRIAGE
CHICAGO (UP) Mrs. Harriet
Gins and her husband robert,
suddenly discovered they were
Ndasing cousins'! after 24, years
9f Marriage and made a quick
change in their plans. for living
apart. Mrs. Glee hid sought di.
voile en the trounda of cruelty,
but she and Gins decided to try
for an ennulment, because Db.
ltdiS law bans the marriage ef
first asinine.
DISCOVER- ANIMAL IMAMS
MADRID, Spain (UP)--Spanish
scientists "'yesterday Announced
the discovery of the skelton of a
million-year-al elephant. They
said it was the "most complete
remains" ever found in, Spain.
The elephant, which apparently
"stood shout 16 feet high, -was un uncovered
covered uncovered -arVillaverde -11yProf.'
Rafael Elan Y Caro of the Lope
de yega

-.
AWARD WINNER Mrs. Maggie B: Dunaway,' civilian
ploye of the U.S. Army -Caribbean Quartermaster Section sub-.
sistence division, Corozal, was presented with a sustained
superior performance award and $200, in recognition of
accomplishments as supervisory accounting clerk. Mr.
away, shown with commissary officer MaJ. James H. Van Ernst,
Is a former Florida resident who pow lives In Diablo Helatts.
She luta been employed by' the tOvernment for the past IS
, years., (ILS, Army Photo) ,

)
MSG't DCiRGE It tARKS,-t the Air-Transport' WingAlgitl.;
Detachment 1- at' Albrook Air Force am, recently Wag preenti ,r
ed a certificate for completing the USAF, ExtensionA;onrse
Institute's' intelligence'rpfficers Icourge.1 Ile presentation ,Avaa
made by',Maj. ,ICenneth, AV.,,Gruber, detaehment:Comniat)11VP',: e
- ..! his Albrook thee.; (Official USAF Fbelto) t,.; t-, ,

Eoithts'Qn.
,
MASHING (UP)--Senate
Democratic leader Lyndon B.
Jahnson yesterdav accused tOP
leaded Williana,i1"..;, Knowland of
trying, to 'tack lot et antl.labor
legislation' to the' Senate's 'wel.
fare. fund ,pontrol bill.
Itnoivitind fired bid thai' Dent Dentocratie
ocratie Dentocratie leaders 'had Joined tvith
the API;CIO to block' hit amend
ments. He said the, emocrats
would have,. to bear 'the -4,'heas'Y
responsibility',' if Congresi failed
to pals labor legialation, this year.
, The :lohnson Knowland, ek
change came as.the Senate de debated
bated debated a', bill which would reclitire
financial accounting ,the La Labor
bor Labor Department et management
and union' health' and welfare
funds., The Senate Rackets ''Com ''Committee
mittee ''Committee disclosed 1 'Widespread
abused iti' the fund."'. ;
,:f Supportg. Amenehmnti
Ktiowland' apoke 'nut in supprt
of 13 amendment ,had offered
to' protect other Iltilbn finances,
insure' democratic '' processes In
unions, ,and curb eptain other
abuges. lit said the bill as ap...
preyed 'by, the Senate Labor Corn Cornmitte
mitte Cornmitte diet -not' go far enough.
, Johnson countered 'that the
, measure, co,sponsored $ n:
...
Sis- labor legislation this year.
The johnson Knowland,
change came as.the Senate ,- de,
bated a', bill which would reqUire
a, financial accounting ,to ,the La.
bor Department Of management
and union' health' and 'r welfare
Wilds., The Senate Rackets 'Com-
mittee ' disclosed 'Widespread
abuses In' the fund.''' ;
' '
' Supports' Amendments'
' :
Ktlowlabd' epoke 'ciut In support
of 1.3 amendment ,had offered
to' protect other union financeS,
Insure democratic '' processes In
unions, ,and curb eertainy'other
abues. He said the bill as Bp..-
proved by, tht Senate tabor Corn
mitte diet not go faf enough.
Johnson countered 'that the
measure, co.sponsored by $ e n.
Irving M.:, Ives (11-14.Y.), had

, IT TAKES HITEItenr liitethht K who shows, fellow
worker how easy it Is to'wash off a high street sign in Minne Minneapolis.
apolis. Minneapolis. Hite, an eight-foot, 282-pounder, who has all his clothes
, ma'de to order, was seven feet tali at the age of 12'. He stopped
...growing height insures him a job with a local
maintenance company: which. calls:itself the ..1"world'S largest,
Jakitorial toptracton:-

's

n
b ,,
P711
.1. '',I,
'L --o'r''Bil s'.-
, --,,, ,......,,
- ;.,,,,.,
. ...,,,,;., 0,,N11 b. 30, .,k00 ; ...,..
. .
been recommended by Labor 'Sec.
retary, Jamey P ',Mitchell, T h
Demociatielleader Adescribed the
biu v:istirtais tatiministratiowt pre.,
posaLot 111,1' -(0e 41 t, ;.e00 l'04 ?' .0,- .-,0
' Without mdationhig IthoWl-anti
by name;, Johnson laid' that ;"here
of late, it .itidifAlcult to geh the
Republitan& completelr togethei."
But he, said that "in, this- case',
we tire going to. take the' recom.
mendations of rthe secretary 'of
labor." 'N -- Y ., ; ,:'',,,'
Talks With Ms
: '.! g.,
Knowland -told 'reporters 108
labor 'proposals were amoirg;
dozen or more' matters bet' di
tussed -.With:President Eisenhew
er, at a- break 1st; m'eeting.
declined to comment on t
President's,' views.- Mitchell '4Is0
arranged a 'White House meeting
to discuss-the- issue,
Knowlaftet' discounted ida'te,
ments by Johnson -.and other
Democratic' leaderS that 'the 'Sett
Ate would eonsider additional -la.,
bor legislation- later this 'year,"',
Chairmen, John Kennedy
(DMass.),- floor manager of the
welfare fund bill,' has announced
further !'heatings by hie 'Aabor
subcommittee on a wide variety
of bills. But Knowland -said this
did not mean a bill would be sent.
to the Senate,



:LY

r

ti

, 1 ,1
ga r
.0
. 0
,
,
.. . 0
,,.,. , , .0 , if, .0 0.,)
A 41, 460 'i.40 kill
.

1

.
1.,c:.:-,--..,0:-T, A;ril 25-1:7,71-1tota::'m; more than 600CO3 L'et.
Altnough ShaliOw WeiiS in Ear-'no important new oit !Inds were
bados have in the past producedlmado. i
.,. ,. .

oaaos nave in the past pronucc,,a MaUe
small quantities. of crude oll,i The position began to improve,1-
Trinidad is the only member oti however, in 1953, with ,the dis-1
the new West Indies Federatiorij covery of the Catshill field in'
in which oil is produced on a' the Ortoire area in the southeastl
commercial scale at present. and the development of the Oro OroIn.t,lat:ons
In.t,lat:ons OroIn.t,lat:ons of oil, such as sur- pouche field in the west.
face sotr '7,r-; and mud' volca- Oil lying below the sea was
'1.10''q, art essi-' ,nt in many plac- also exploited by means of wells
es 1.1 r.nd the first ex- drilled at an angle from the
- ploratwo L .1 v,as drilled as long shore,, particularly at Brighton
ago as 180. and Point Fortin in- the south southDuring.,
During., southDuring., the next 50 years sew; west and, more recently, suc suceral
eral suceral other unSuCCesSful wells cessful wells have been drilled
were drilled, but it was the work from shallow water locations
Or the British oil geologist E. H. close inshore.
Cunningham Craig in the period The most significant discov discov1902
1902 discov1902 to 1907 which led to a ye- cry. however, has been made
vival of interest in the 'island's in the Galt of Perla, the 'via 'via.'
.' 'via.' oil ptossibilities, the first corn- ten which separate Trinidad
inercial well being completed in from the mainland of Vent
1907. mei.
Since that date. British en!. 'Here an off-shore well (Sol (Solterprise
terprise (Solterprise has been, largely re- dado No. 1), drilled from a plat-
sponsible for the development form in the high seas some seven
of Trinidad's oilfields and has miles north of Cedros Point.
, built up an industrg that has proved oil in commercial (men (mentor
tor (mentor long been the mainstay ,of titles in 1955, and since then two
the island's economy. further successful --wells have
The principal oilfields lie lit been drilled at an. angle from'
, the'south-west. prodtrction be- the same platform.
ing almost wholly obtained from 'rho wells were drilled b311
sands of Miocene-age. ? Trinidad Northern Areas. Ltd a!
Prospecting Is rendered dirt!. :Joint Shell British Petroleu
cult end costly by the OomPlex and Texes Company concern.
geological 'structure. the dense A '16-inch pipeline has, been
tropical 'vegetation and thejack laid to the Point Fortin refinery
.
of rock outcrops:only about one and the three wells are now pro pro'
' pro' in ten,of the exploration bore ducing at a rate of about 2000
holes being successful in findinglbarrels per day. ,'
.

Trinidad is the only member oti nowever,m. ma, tne 1n2,usLrY, rOUla talle aCte-iDOMITIIOn 03 Ltd., hold3 explor- led by Robert Sydney Turton whol I 6.:, ''' I

the new West Indies Federationlcovery ot me catsnill field In' quate financial resources. anon rights over some 850,000 "himself was born illegitimate." t -, u s 1 7 III 11.1 V - a as I II u ,a4 a 1,11I111-1;1J
in which, oil is produced On o.1 the Ortoire area in the southeast 1 In the Past a marked feature acres of land and marine areas. The facts of the grandchild's! : ''' - ' i
commercial scale at present. and the develoPment of the Oron has been the number of small, The presence of these ma- birth were not specified. : ',,, , , ,. ; t g , k. .1 f'
Inzl:,lat:ons Of oil, such as sur- pouche field in the west. independent operating compan- jot Internattonal oil companies Turton was described as "the i , , --., i '', ,, 1,, , -2
1
face sPer ,qt--; and mud volca- Oil lying below the sea was 1 lesbut recentlY the maJor in- In Trinidad should do much to wealthiest man in the British Ilond 't '','', , '- ' ,
' rice are ess 1 nt in many plac- also exploited by means of welisiternational groups have been ensure that the necessary capi- duras" at the time of his deathd s e k , .. ,, 1
. .. . .,

proper are agp Or so.m. : 6 , 1
es 11 znd the first ez-lciriliect at an. angle rrom tneitaxine an inveasing interest Inj tal available tot the 1

winpresenteo.py ms exe.11 - Q ;
- PlOrat;011 IA "I vtas drilled as longisnore,, particularly at isrigntoulTriniciaa. I development of the new Fed

lcutor -son tormer commenuat sec.11 : - ' I
ago as 18C3. land point Forun tne south-1 11113 was weu Illustrated e 'ration's greatest single asset.
During, the next 50 years sev-1 west and, more recently, syc-Ithe purchae in 1956 Of the! A small amount of oil Wall pro-I retary w,as!alt.1 to have been "re.11 - ,, , , 1
,

.

cposlyucec IF9m one m o ,1 stl, 1 1, 1
eral other unsuccessful wells' cessful wells nave been drIlledlTrinlolad 011 Company Ltd.w one Idueed in Barbados from shallow'

snort, before rus (maul and ap.1 ream
were drilled, but it was the worlt from shallow water locations of the more important produe produe1949.
1949. produe1949. are, always ,
wells for several- years until
, parintly lost or destroyed. It Wh8
or the Brith,h oil geologist E. H. close inshore. ers, by Texas Company for 303,- CI ,t
Cunningham Craig in the period The most significant discov 000.000 dollars MINI.) Or about
In an effort to discover oil at Illed here, exest,itor Pensol correct. loose 1

' 1902 to-1907 which led t9.2 ye-1 !ry howe!er, hes )een made 11'18,000,000 rePre-loreeteF clipths. the Barbadoel!!!!!..
pef eu.e.rat-e- 112211 e.x.:11 the stark beauty- 't. I -; I 1

, viva), of interest in the 'Isiana'a irt the Gulf er Feria, the wa- senting one or tne largest since atilt Oil Company Ltd. embark- ""3"9 K. "V"' I" WV" '18 ',. ,--- T7, ,- ---' ---4 ,..-- - ( . ,,,, ,--e,
s 4.,of a simpie. pearl, ,, .. ,i 1. t. .....
in Fb,icagLo," Canada and Central ,. . ..
oil possibilities, the first corn- tees which separate Trinidad foreign investments by anysom anysom1
1 anysom1 .. ...
..
vAa..1.1 A,Aa V,,A;Art eArrinlAtisti in frnm that AtainlqAdt Af VonA., ',term Irto ha war '. 1 .... .... ...... .14.u.s....1.. ..,,. .".. Ina ouutn
ed oil a 'deep drilling programme
1 '' .' 4-

41.L ,46,4 1Y kne.115 vasoz.ase., leNo I .a "AM ',VV., V... AV VV WV VS' .. I kl.,aj 0alow wso Tv to.. I 111 1V0,3 Allta gui,LivugLL Asti Aim
I The will specifies Turton's ille-11 I I I
1907. -1 suet. In the same year-Abe Brltish
mercial production has been L.a, LI. .,41". settirio or combine

- -.Since Inas nate,. isrlusn en... Here an ou-snore weu tol-tretroleum uompany. purcnasea Darted. natural Ras struck In tnal i,. U:11 lukulit .1. 601' 1 ; -, I 1

terprise bag been, largely re:Idedo No. 1), drilled from Et plat-ithe stock of the Trinidad Fetroifirst hole drilled at Tlirner '7,11 : ""11 -iTto, lr- 1 .2 11;,:.ffiA 2 :; 1 1

spoosible for the. development 1 form in the high seas.some seyen I leum Developm!. Co.. Ltd: an-1
ther' of 'your '1- II. 1 11 I
1 la nOW- used In the island's pub- I "14;11: ,,,";;"":0,7 tho 11

- nf nuftome ann nas 1 milom rinrth nr re1mm Pnint trithor intIty-pstanittnim nrorincer I .,tlivy I -7' -1'1 : er I ? It "1.1 I I

.
"- 1 wi'l states. Tile decedent n a o 11 ; a N.7, sv7"N, 1 1
.A. a -1.4.... 4'6..4 Una, I A .41 a.. ...,.....4n Mts. iNt.ok ...es.... InwAnAh.

, won up au Illtilig511-y lanai, 8A... plIJVC13 lUIS 111 Ut.1 LLLLL lei Will Litiallw 1 LIC CIIIVLA 11"UP I" F"'""" ,1
, for long been the mainstay .of titles in 1955, and since then two during the course of his lifetime, litYLPIIIV sullies, ,, , -,4..31,
' -77."--7 ,----77 TANKII LAUNCHED'
, many liaisons with wcimen, sweet. !? I ' -,4 yte -'1.. i.,, .I. ?',
the island's economv ', -,- further successful -wells have ,
COMPLITI OIL WILL ', ..-' f '04, IP , I. ..-,, r k
The principal oilfields lie in been drilled at an' angle from .. TRILSTE, Italy (UP) Tha
i hearts, etc. The person; referred '. .' :-, , ---
to in his will are his issiles. These ''. ' ,' ui. V
, the south-west. prodtrction be- the name platform. NEW YORK CUP) 'Shell Gil? 39.616.ton tanker Esso Southamo- f-;)e .5 ' '
ab, ' ''.. 4 .
ing almost wholly obtained from The wells were drilled byi Co. has completed a ,wildcat oit ton WWI launched yesterday.. It iS8tleS are not legitimate'. ,,1 ' ,
, sands or Miocene age. ? Trinidad Northern Areas. Ltd.. al well with a potential produellonl wax the,fifth of 'a aeries of 12 to The doiument provideq for spe. '--, ,,,,,. ,..... , ,- , (.4. V' .
11 Prospecting is rendered dirt!. 'joint Shell British Petroleu of 225 barrels daily of 37 gravity i be built in the ? Trieste ship-build. dile gifts to a dear friend') and - P-' ', ' '' r
144' e - , -, ,::
.
cult and cos
, tly by the eomPlex and Texas Company concern. oil in Garza County', Texas, it was; ing industry for the Standard Oil 11 employes, and ther directs that i
-
teological structure, the dense A '16-inch pipeline has been announced yesterday., . .,-- Co the remainder of the estate ,be .,, T1 .., I
If I I P ' -,, t,
. ' vlaced in trust for the out.of.wed. tit 114 4, it . r 1 0 3 ,, , ,t, A
,,,,L tropical 'vegetation and thejack laid to the Point Fortin refinery ,-,- ti.,, 1
of rock outcrops:only about one and the three wells are now pro- lersr-,--. --r-1,-.---,-, ------,,,, ,..,- ,,fp el ,,,,e,,,,,,.r,-1 ,,,r,, gr., 7 -, lock heirs until the youngest. (,f rro -;" '" I , ; .,1.i. ,- ,.
'', i r 11 , .,-1? them becomes 21, Penso said 'the .. A
:' ' ' . ''' '. 1,. ,
'in ten, of the exploration bore ducimr at a rate of about 2000 If i- ' '
, --- ,b E -,-4.' vnlinopat in now 15: All of them '' ?--7 ,,, ---- , $ , 1, ?. .. -?',!, ?
,

ltt ten,or tne exploration oore1 clueing It rate or snout zuuu ,11' it 4 I younAest is now 13; All of them 0- ,
,
' holes being successful In findingibarrels per clay. : ;
11' 1 live in Belize British. lionduras '1,v.
nil r I Thiff tiimentrprAr brig stimillittpri : i h . I -Z We give Free A

: , Choo7, de Oro Stamps 1
7..t,: I 1
ld WO Plot it iise--st'in"--the-4ofi-iho-r--e--- ) I 1 :11 I
, During Wor r n e
- f

,
:.-.During World War 11 explor explor'
' explor' 1 story drilling was greatly re
1 duced, while at the same time
, production was increased to
- help meet Britain's war needs.
'Thus by the end of the war the
poll companies were faoed with
,seriously,depleted reserves and
it decreasing, annual produc
"
k A considerable effOrt was Made
to find, new reserVes., but for
several years; despite 'the drill,.
: intoof some 140 wells annually,
Itutt,: ,Ot:3
'' tib.r1 11"61
iv& l 11.1
.
1 as Ki tbd
, wir.; April 25 mr)
rusted gun which ?nay 'have
been the murder weapon in the
slaying ef Tearnater 1,11111111 leader
' Johnny 'Acropolis wai,found this
week a 'few feet ..from "the 1)11103
Acropolis died nearly six years a a.
. a. go, po ice said today.
Witnenes before the Senate tack
ets Comfnittee last. year testified
' that Acropolis hid ,been threatenout-
shortly .beforelis death, gar gar.
. gar. base racketeers who vere pghting
his union for -control of,,carting
in Yonkers., Acropolit was presi president
dent president of a teamster local and of the
Mestchester Federatien of Labor,
He. was, shot twice with a .38 cal caliber
iber caliber weapon outside the apartment
house where he,lived on Aug. 27,
1952
A rusty .38 caliber pied w a a
found Tuesday by a gardener for
the apartment house.
A5olice said the Gardener had
clipped a hedge near the entrance
,where Acropollewas shot, gather.
, ed the dried clippings and set them
afire in the back yard. Your' sharp
reports barked from the fire,, The
gardener then found the six-cham.
,ber weapon which was turned ov over
er over to police.
Westchester' Distriat Attorney Jo
' iePh Gagliardi said it appeared
Acropolis' slayer had tossed
the gun into tha hedge immediate immediate-
- immediate- ly after-the killing. He said- the
! gun's ,coladition was so bad, how however,
ever, however, that ballistics tests will not
, be easy"It. has been turned over
to the New York City crime lab.'
oraory for rho' ess.

1 story drilling was freatly re. rando, new well s(Couva Marine) 4' rl NYLON BLOOD VESSELS ...4 If -1
low Remember you have chance' to D bi I C
. ou ,,, I 1
As 11 soma mifflh;11,Ek at 41.. wilMa HMO rigsw141,14,ft rtil 1 T I T AlonAlki iTTTI tnollioadaem, ton. 11 t-

uglivlut A.A.V 11,6 VC UL 14,.mt4 J.! I I 1 ijk v1-2 !!! lllll
1"" 11 t Vont, Monev Prep in nor ,Wooktv Raftlat I ,,1 I

, production Wall increased to 'Ltd., subgcliary or standard I ' I I geons,nave used nyton blood Ves-11 - - ..-z--f 77.7

help meet Britain's war needs. Oil Cotripeny of California, at a '5.; t
' gels in successtil attemnt to treat
'Thus by the end of the war the location about 3; miles north,. TOE JEWELRY STORE 17,47 ,CENTRAL' AVE. (137)
' high blood pressure, Radio, Pei.
, poll companies veere farged Itil east of Solo:lad and some tve k ping said yesterday. , , ,

, I
,
,seriouslydepleted reserves and miles Oft-shore.. , : : ,: : A
- decreasing annual produc-. Oil production has thus been : tt' V, 1,
Aut..
, : steadily increasing during tht : : , r , 7:- : 1 -
,
k A considerable effOrt was Maaa Past teiv years. and reached a : : : 7 t 1 trA1; 7

t find new reserves,. but forl record level of 28.930.00a bar- I I ' ,, .1d1 riN N,.w gam'Alamb '
Te.S
seyeral years; despite 'the dr.ip 1 r. about 4,130.000 long 1 t. ; T. : "':'?'3444.1
- : ; LiA
, ..

: Inkt,of 'some .140 welis annually,' tons; in 1956: In 1957 the figs. k::: ;
, ..:.: : ::
.1 --ure rose to 34,400.000 barrels., '. '!";:,, :,
' :' '''''''''''''' ''' 1 : ta
: ., ,y, , :. : :400.,0007;!,..1 11,.,,,,,,,.,.,,,,. ,,,,,,,,,,, ,op::::. 2. .,,,..,...
,
,
' '''' ' '' -: ', ',,Expioratory arillin.,ts also at .- ':'
-'s Ittitt 01'1 fc!m-1-..' ''
, a high! level, Some '262 wells.to- .;!:;::, ; :,, :: ,:
- , so &Ili '1,bill '''''''': tolling more than 1,100,000 feet ''' ::,::-:,.:::::;':;,,!:,:p-:,:o, ,..:,!::,,,,H,.? : -,
'' ''''''' ' ';' :' -1 '' being completed In ,' 1956, and ',,,'"' ':, ':!:::,,; ,';,,;!,-!!"::':,:::::'.:":::i:iTY:::::, ,,
,, I ,' 4 I ',,,
' Kir lib rl 11"lAT proved reserves how bear a more .. i!!,' :,:';,:';',.-;:!:,:.,::::::-..,:,4",--4:!:::::::.,:;!:,:k:::::: : :
! l'e v 1 11"11'1 satilactory .relationshin to Pro- ; t:c ,1"::,: ,',::,:', -,::,::: '',..::::::: -,.::,,:,:::::::.,: :.: : ::: .... EV1712Y01- ,,
, .. .....,.
r, ftr-.,
: .''.1e-...ltrif Alas-Kill'd',. duction' than- st an7 time slime k:::;,:.::,,,; :,,:,,...:,.,..,,: :: ::, :,:: .,, ,f:;,,,,.,,,,, ,,,. ::.,, :::, : :, : :, , ,: :,.,::::,,:, ,,,,i .. ::: ; -; .., r
. , . .. .... 4110
W .' Th udenli is Processed at SUPER SCOTERHow good little Motor scooters can grow .1 &. .. ',, ',' ,i, '. ------. ,r, :
.-: : -.::1,..i-,.:n2 -L. ,1,-,:, L':,..,, -II. ,,,, ,,,,...,1,,,. three 'refineries. -t at ",'Point'-a- ,' up to be automoblies (little nnas) Is shown by, this invention" ' ,'21'. k

, TION19;lis,Dhyl,J1prIt. Z3 LUZ, 11
itirie: Point Fortth and Brigh-I on display inParis The cic body can be adapted to flt Int7,7 I I CZIK

xualma gun walun
P'Lvulton "which have a total ettPact-1 scooters acCording to itg )oveotoro Bernard Trurran. 1 gt,1 1. I I
!. ism... wittrrino tuna nntt n niti

-
slaying pf Teamster ij11011 lea.,e. fitly .kftrt snn.nnn Inner tArtm tnf

1011Q1K A11 1.110. W7110 110, 1 ..1, VIE Intl IAA. 11.11 le I 0 .
-.0., -.E.01 1 1., 1..AMIENAMMEm11....1.

. '' Johnny.. Aerepolis waa,Mund
week a 'feat' feet ,.from ''the 41aCe 0 is atao folVortect alma-
eru o4, 1, ,- AN ,,' , , T, : , ,
alit, dwnwt eranwt- ": 1 : ' I 1 1' "'

. Acropolis tiled nearly six years 8-1"'"i'"'"" 14 lc
go, PO ice said today. , ivt8fr ri
4s Irw"Avintik,4 trftwi 441C'424"1 -I .1

Witnenee before the Senate Rack I 14.,7,,,Ll""1...u.74',,-4.A'r.."' - ; --s! t II I I 1 I

- 11. rnm,o'ntt v..r t..tifiAti I ne wcila "IC IMO II I :; ; A :, II N Sertiaant---' I

&&&&& to.NoS1 0111, 11, 1,0,SoUll
that Acropolis hid liten threaten. bout one-half of the 52,000,000,- ,' -
,
' ed' shortly ,beforells geirth,4y gat,. k900 cubic ft, oroduced in 1958 - yr' fl '
fhli D ,, ',-, d t 1'
base racketeers who 'vere pghting 'Used' eitherarl tua,er h4g1 11 ji 4
EIP117.311V i;',i
, nknu.et
" his union for -control ofcarting pomoed back onto the ground to -4 'rt ""w 4 "'' 4.6
t" tCPNISYTO ""
in 'Yonkers., ACtOPOIllf was presi. assifit production, ', $, i "1"., , , wad ,
, n 1111.---1-1111 dor
qualivintla,ve, plan and see 1

dent of a teamstei local and of the 1 Tne petroleutty p.roa..:11
3 El 141 '', II r ) 11 ore- 1 I 411C-i i 1 ; n.,..11., g. now 1

Mearenester Fedorsti On of Lsbort ucts exportea rrom Truman In - r - - -
ILL Q.,,,)) 143 L ;,-S, Sew..
, WilWS,C14VIM V111101P141,0
Hs. 'wilt shot twice with a .38 cal. 1956 amounted to 258,00(000 dol. - g! :
tber weapon outside the sPartment lats. 1 npay,yi'80p.et : tit -'11'"tiurVell) rice".; 81615 60 'In

knole. wk... h. litt..1 4. Alta leenL rii Ina value ot CXUUDIA. la ,,, - , ,matwo; wev-v 1

1"1:179' !rho invinstrv thult I d 1 ) I ta 1)spitality, .invi

- I II : 1111,11N Wittilli-f!Ni lino -- 7 7 1 Ott UPI SIPS i i d Raratine climate. basilicas t

A Fusty e?Iper w Vargo, P,,,ri2,1,!!!? "m11112,rf.,1:::: 11 ' ."'" 77" I I I Y. L, ; I 1 connectioas t all those will 1

mum' luesoay Dy garoener mY, POLL1 trireelay ILI1U .1.41UIL Mbly, ti , 1 1
I I I bring you home refreshed I
the apartment house. contributions to the revenue II : PANAMA -' COLON V,A1 1 sad with a new outlook!

Pollee said the Gardener hadihr tne Island : In -, 1955 lemerly 11 : , : 1 I ' I Life is not oolv work: von i

eltpped a hedge near the entrance 1 through oil ;mites And, inCOMO ik .; ft ,,, 11 I : I 1. ti.leedralso cteitful cl;a.nse- I ;,

,whera Acropolivalati idiot, gather. tax) paint(' assessed at: morel , (my 11 jin aik a to II , , : I r stimulatinc higher I

1. climate, and pleasm' s'com I
"" the dried clippings and set them than,32,000,000 tollars al.W.1,)
1, J. ,,,r. 1 : 1 LRE
-
'
Ar I ,-
,
,efire in the back yard. Your4harp ornearly 37 per cent of the total '. 1...k :' ali: expense trip ter: : forteble surromodiass.
, renorte barked from the The ordinary revenue. : .:,.! 4 :4 v L I : it'AC possible mew- Mith.

, girdener inloYs 11
' - -zsk, '11 C 11 , t these easy ,Inenthly pay!

,uva, vicotpun WHICU was turnea ov-I a limner argree 01,
er to police,, than any of the other British ' RN r...1CV"---1014 Ilk TVA Coati Rica, awaits you! I

,westebeater yistriet Attorney Jo 1 Caribbean islands. ' ALL at ; we'hullta II 11.1" '-11-1,1

semi vaguardi said it appeared I It is i worth noting .howeve13'; Duy, me Tam-L. ,mr, I Au 1
r,K 11 .,t orl vacation : 11
Acropolis' slayer had tossed' that Tr nidad accounts fdr on II 1 X
.

Itumov 111116-77 1
, !ce gun Into tha hedg immediate-lone half of tne Vier cent Of the I-, ' :' 16.- 1. 11 "11-1 'N;;SF

, , 1 ;
1Y alter-the killing. He said, the total world production ot oil, :: i 1. In I
,
gun's ,coladition was so had,' how- and thus can never have any de- "0 71 I
ever that ballistics tests wili nnt nielvc& intintsnra nn tuntlA ?wino
gal ) ,;1A I) A !: I 1 7..? 17.-A7t.'

1.1,) J1 It:I; ,1L1'.
be esey"It bee bieitTfurnei ov-e-;171N.Tth exulorlato-n- io'Tds-mvo'u-n't1.1 110.1;;054.0110--eri.---1Xk '. $' '; Cotorfut) i .11

, I
-
to the New York City crime lab. ling as deeper drilling is resorted ',5
'', k AFmk- ,!

.
:, ; TA. attry tur BO eSS. !'' : 4 ,:,. to 111 nu effort to --tap :the rel '. -,, -..,,; ,."::..1-:"..'-'-',..:-'',.,,J":..':':......,,-.I.;',J, bi.,14. ri,'.',"--.",-'','-'''-:!'.....'-';,,,.::'-:-'''';''
'''''' '''''''''. ' i' -: r,.,'....; ; ,c r, e r- ,, ,, ., .,.. ::. 4,;,,..,,,..1.1 1 N--11k44,-1,,
: ;,::, ,.: ..........,.....4:::,,, ...
1 d r : d Ned
d: r ' ,...4 ,, .11 rx-.. ,., , .. i ,' .,:
,
...., .
,,, , ,
" ., , : :::.
-. ,,, ..
,,.
1 '..' ' ir ir i:,
,.
, ;
,, ," :: ,:,,,..:,.:;:,:,,:,.:.:,!,:.,:"::,,:::v,-::::"-:,.,:::,,::::,:::;!:,:.::,,,li,.:,:,.:::,,,,:::,..,:,:i:::: ,,.-:; n ; 0 ;7,, e ; ,.,, :,,,., 0, ,,..,b, r r.,,: ,:
.
.
.,
1
a
Y ': -1 --' '-;
,
....
,,,,,- ,
, ,. .. ,. ,.
,
,
..-:. t ..,, !" ., :. ; , .. ,,,, : , ,,,,
- .,,..;, :: ,::,.- ::, ;::::.:::::,.:.:,, :::::;:::::-::-,:: ::1;:::::': : : :, :::;:: 1 : :-.5 1 7- '' it ' ' ''' ;',, '; '.' s' "N-- '1:;"- -.,..."..,-- ''', ,..1',,.N. '-'' 7f ' '''' ,::,-: - .- ' '' s! i it 7
):"
. i , , :'.,,:.'",:; ''.:',. ', ,."- 4'. ' ' -
,,-.... .. ,... , ..,
4
, II
,
' 11 :
. '. J.. .. :.,,;, :::. .." i '., : ::: . t. -'e,. '' '' All expense- inclildeir --.. '.. - -. ,' ,' .. ,
' et
,,, .,: ..:-.::: ', 'i ii,.....- ,;,L..1", '' :.:: : '''''-f, :i.'.',.''k;:::,:...'. ?.,,::i:::::,,X,3',:.lt::.:'::,.,,...,:,.;,,:..'...,s::?..i ,......,..:.,:.;;,:;,...0.....:w,;....:.;,.... ... ,- -t .4, r .4' .: .. 4" , '. :: 'f ,;,', . -' '. '. ", ', ' -; 'z z .., :, '';''''' ".; .. ';."'- : ,. , ,, i
ti .'.'..' ,.,..; ', :' : : '. : ", :1?:,..,:!.:.:;;:,."A;,;:!;.;.c...'::-.:-.;::::;1:::1 -; f,:;;;;;:::;.;:.,... ... ,,.,,, ;,,,,, ,,,,2,,,, ,,,,,...,-- ..:. ,.. ,., , , : ,., ..- ., , 4. ,. ,.., t: , .
, .,.., ,,,:,:::::,,,,:,,...."-.,r: :.,::, ..; i i-;,:''-,"':,'"'-----,-,'-, ii4r......, ' ' z ' 46 '
' ,,,, ,:,,.
::: s :::'' uncl trip by plane ',. , ':. i '11
I ::: : ::" : 1 ,,. : : .. -,.: ,:.; :. , : ; ff.. ...,-... .,.;,....,.,f :...:...-,,,..: ..,:;,,,,..::::".:,:,..::::,..',..ii,,,:,':'.i,;,,,,..':".:.,::!'.;",'"1."' :" '' : ''i::'"'"';;:fi''.,'"::.:V:::''',':.:.:::.:: '' ' : .- .. 1.
, ,.,:-: : ...
:. ,. :'' '''';,'Ii '' '", ':: ''' '''' ::-:. :. ' ,I, ..,',.,,. ,";'''.':'":.5..'"...;..M''''';:0,'".M.'"',,N1,'','1..,:',:l ".:' :i ; '' '' :;'''''ZA''."'" C" ''' : 4 ? ; -' :. .,::" ',. ''... :'.4- ; t .;
, :.: i ..: ), ;
- ''
, .. ...,
ii, :,' .''' .. ''' '''''''' ''' "' '''' '' :' ( "-;- ''.. ; ''''''..i ''..''' ;,'-: '...l.:',:!;..,":.,:.':',4 o, 't-:::".,,,,',",::'':,,7.,:...;;; ..k ':- .' .0 -.4'SU:PE'll: OONVAIR,340 i, 0 ,iecePtion Ar .El 'Pico' Airport.,... '..-:: f -. : ,
'''' ' ' ,1 ,,,:, ( I -:1V:'..-.M....1. t";:,-,..,",,,-,,!,,:::..,.., '.-. ,.
;,,.: :::::: :.::: :: ::. : ::: : -, .,,-,::: ( ).::,.'.', :4 ,, Y-, i .4..",.1:,--,-::',...:;,..,'.'.-:;:--,';I .,,:7717"- t-::3,xf::.Z.".0-:, Pe,- i: .-!.--0.-,,,,. ;,--,,--r..7.,- r;.-, , ,'-,-- 1, -,- ,, ...,...... ......--,!,,; --. ,.;,.!,,.4,.;4,,,!,2- .-'!,,.. -,-,-, .,,...,. ----Z..; .:
: :. , . 1; ,4,,...,.,,,:,,:?.:.." :::,.f. , 1 ;:.: :,... ....;." :;!..... .:;....,..,.:;:: ::;: ..;:.,..;4::::pA. '.. .,., ';'...::;:.;;;.:::::.;:3 .... ; ... A,',...v" ,., :'' t 4. ;: ';, '. :-. qg -..., Transfer. to your botet ':, . t . ."
', :.:1 E, -.:::' : 'e,: p : .,..,:,,;,,,,...,:. I ........:,-.....,1:::.:: I. ,::...:.,..,:.,,,,.:::;, t ,:,.,:,,,...,,,,.. :, ,..,!,.,,..,.,,i,..,;,,,,,.:,,,,',..,1 , ; ....,- ...' ,,,. 0 In: -,,,,,,...., ,,
:., k .: ,.,,,:,,. : - ;is...:,;:,,Ii;,,...4;,:.,ii,,:,:.;;;;;;:;;,,,,,,:;.;.,,,;z,::, ,- .:L;':;,,,,-,,:,1:,,,At-. ,s ,
: :, ,:
"AL ;;,,:,,,--, 1 0. rolitist ..1'.',-class 'lintel ;accoinmodations ,,..., ,... '.. ,.. ''.,', ,, ..........-. ...
. ; ...,,,
. . , ,
... ii 7r
, ,, ..,, ,,
5,, ' : 5.
' A DU PO IT VillYL rlAS01111Y PA tIT- ,-. - '- ,, -,.., -,,,--,,,,,,,,,-
1 .. 1 p',,-,-, .' ": ,., .: . , (first claSS'ivrailable for ... ',.. L''' ' .' .i : L e :
,,,:,:.:.Trips, cue far. e mirtimiont of tyro days.. i ..,....:'
r ,::- : -
,,,- , ,. small additiontil charge) ,-'''''.
.
. to
, .. sk your,TravalAgent todal for a leaflet ::
. .
' ' ' '
- .-,. .' '',. -' -'- '' '-,.. With tho'clifferant tours an priceS '-'-' -,1- ''''''
.
. 1 '' 1 ,.' :' ': I One quick coat of Du -Pont ...,;, .., 4.
,
I' -.,,.." 0 ,Three meals ...riskily At your hotel ... , ; , ..,,, p a ''t 1 ":
::: i : ... I Vinyl Masonry 1 a 1 n t ; gives '...-; '.: ; -- i 't --1-- ,, 0 . : : Thay wi g adly give- you information ,
:,,, I ,,,,,, I
' i : ,' ,: '','', "'.'. :.; ,' : '' -:, ' -,. -... ,,, : 1"
. :...:- i '''' -,- '''r- colorful beauty and lasting-pro- J.,, .. ,-, ,, ...,.. ..., - .,; ,-,-., ,- --; 0 T I ;:. god, prices for groups, familio, atc.i as : ':
" i t : !...00i, tection for all outdoor and -in- -,,,,i .' f ll'i e --- .. .''..,': i ,,:. ) ,, ;,., tans er to E1.93cn. Airport.: .!.;"...,..........! ,,,... welt as,
for tours, guides "and othir :,
.
: i ''',,,,';:' :. . door rough-textured surface. f -.,-- 17 44'04,4 ,-. ,:, ,,,1 ,,... ,,, ..., ,,..4 :. .. ..' 4,,
1
'
' 1::::'; 1 '' ' There's no messy.preparation-,;- 4',' :':'. 7 ' 11 ili 11,-- ' d F --i l):- .-' '.. -.- ,,
, t :
1 :' :' ood or ays.,, --. ,, , ,,,,, ..., : , : : : .:,,,.. .. . . . . . ,.... ,.. ..
441, '... ''-' :" ROUND TRIP-: 1:,-'
.-. '. --t Du' l'Ipnt Vinyl' Masonry.' Pairit ...', '. ,.., 2,,,,....;, as, g :- ': -,''. , ., - i . I ; ,- --.. 4:,. -, ,; ,. i : ,
,-,-. i i ,, A t 411 : ,; ,,, ',''' : ., :,: r.,,,,, ''',,', AO 1, I 1 ' i ,, , . :
, ; comes ready,- to use.It goes On '..,,,'''
, ..a,,,, ,--- .- ;- ',..- ', 1 .. 0,.- i; ''' ',,,q, : ,, ,.'. $PEND youR NEXT VACATION OR A WEEKEND(Without losing any work 1 ,.. '- : :'
. -
: i easily -with st brush -''or 'roller, :',. t
l --r-e-e04s :''''''-' ''' LEAVE .! PAAMA'.8 i30 in. .,.S -.. -!..,., -.. : , , . ... .
i '.:: 4, -,
i ,i : .Aries rollick'''. .' -,...,:,..', s 47"A, ;.!. 7 :, ;, ,,,....: ... -:...... dap) in COLL, EVERGREEN and rALSCINATING '. ,.., '., ,. ,.: ,--., ,, e
,
1 ( .., ,Irhis.- alkall-resistant- imnprbt,t .,. s IN s.0 ,,1 ; .,.: ,''';',:. Aft,Ett,,VB.. SAN:. .10S, E .0,:15,;,a, .mb! ,: .. ,, , ,.
, :
.,. . '-' 1 ,'. oderiess paint is :.'scaltable itt ., ."I.l..,,h; r ,:, .:,, ,' ,.! -, -, , - .. , ,: : : -. , .,,, . , ,, , : : ,,,
,
, '1 I .A ,'', 311 modern colors' and white, ''' , ., ,,
. '.)A,s,, '
. --, 4,,, ASk fOr It.' at your' ;Jesters licit : ,.....
-
17r : Consult ,,,- 'your, travel ? Agent -, :,...,,-... ,,.. -,;,:' t -! .1::. 1. ....... .. .1....,, .,
: ,, or. Our :Offices ,',"
- r
.
: ,: ,. : '....',.. time-you paint, i ... ',,,' ', ,, -, : - ,
ir r,--,!rr---, ,,,,,;, ,,,,,,,,g.,-..,,,-, ,, ,.
. .. .
....,,,;,
,
, '-' ',' TEL '3-70,1 I : :- '. k
, P.41 ''''1,- 1411AN ' ' t '4.7 '.7:4::7, I : ) ' ,! ; :, t ,' :,- : : ,.; 7 A .i 4. .'-...
. ..
...
. :
, ..,
! 1 t ; t liN .?..!,, : -, , : f, ' :', r .: : ' : V .4" ; ''." ' ' 1409-04' ....1 I ick, ..,st :.: ' ; "' -. '-' -
, tot Of 4 ,414,1:e .', 101 4 ty4li 1 t' f : . :, ,
lio ,, , ,a, ,,,, . ,
, --
' ' READY,. AND WAITING-Two twin. batteries of ,the super-,., rhust 'Ilal.' ' '' , ,. ...
'
' q 1 u .where you see this sign. :-,. t--. -- a t ...i, ,,o . ',47 A, : ,,. '' ,,, ..
' , sonic beam-riding Terrior inissilep stand ready for launching .. ,-, , .. 4 , : ,,, ittAeigplk-, -", . ,-, t t41 ...if' 1.iirohl- .' ','.;:!,1 '4, ,, '411- '
,t '21. il
.
.., ,,,
: . ;V!, 011 the ofterdeck of the US, cruise', Canberra.' The Terrier; ; . -.,, .. ,..-.. -- ,, ; . A 1 14- -, , ,- rrL, .. ; .,, ' ''' 2 ' r r r. ' r). ;47. ., k''..,.'"7( r i.,,trs, ,,.,,t2, ; .,,
.., I the Navy's rirst- operational, missile, -is designed to intercept ,. alPIM 1' t' I PAA;;AFFILIATE : : ,ilffr- lill').r'i t'-'1'' ' '
nu po 1,,, PAINTS l'OR ...
,,,,,, 1 1 --'0,: -1,- ,- : ''. ' ,- '' :
'. ;enemy aircraft, xegardless 'of datkness or bad weather., nel ,- , u fl I ALL USES -: ;,, .:. ;,. ..' 4 ,.. ,;,,
' .; ' -'' ',; LC.T'.-36-4 '
,1'...-'1111):,,,--,' ..-:'-:". ': ,,,, .1,,...1 : .: only 90 minutes flight!' ,
. : lore the enemy can 'attack U.S. fleet elements.'-' The Terrier ,. ..., , ,,..,... .. : 2, .. .,. , 41 1'4 I t
,
' ;The .'itirliiii which serves ,,
, , :
; is 15 feet long and weighs 1,100 pounds.. It has-a four-foet .: ., .. . , r , ..,,i, ,... .: ,, : -. ,2',.- :,. ,--'',7:' -, '.,- ..
The,,,4eart .of, the America 4 ..; : .: ,. ,,
''' 4 '. twhigspan.. With boosters attached, the missile has a ceiling .' ,. ., Better thinci for 'better living:';',.4' thieugh. ihelnistri, ' .- ,e ..,.. ; .--7'., ),' . : ...... ..... !, .'.. Iv.: .s, EE.y9uR TRAVEL AGENT TOOAY L......,...... ,
: ,of ',pore than 50,000.feet.,,,,,' eventeen Navy ships will be out- ,
, J -......,wi DetweetL-31stk.:A.,,,12n4- ,S.ts ,
Mite Aresemena Ave.
" ".' .1''ANANIA--el -di Cia '. COLON S tt 8i Seott '
- ,, fitted with the Terriers,. ,which-carralso --be: taync,he!l-froni-,- -,,--, ............,uar a..,4-, .,4,. co ..
, , ,,.1 -. DAVID-Ricardo reres 4 Cia. 4COCLE-Ailonso aen 1
- mobiletzfillerft foryse,.by grounkforcesy---
-
t
. ,
,
. ,
, 4 , . ,, -,
, ,. , .- : , .
. .
.
.
,, : . ,
- .
.
..
,
, .
,
.
, , , ,
,
,
, ,,
4
,
II
,
,
,
, ,

, READY AND WAITINC'rwo twin rno rnobatteries
batteries rnobatteries of the super-
, sonic beam-riding Terrier' missile, stand ready for launching
! on the ofterdeck of the 113, cruiser Canberra. The Terrier,
the Navy's first- operational, missile, is designed to intercept
enerny aircraft, 'regardless 'of datkness of bad weather, be belore
lore belore the enemy can littacit U.S. ilegt elements. The Terriet
Is 15 feet long and weighs 1,100 pounds. It has a tour-foot
cwingsnen. With boosters attached, the missile has a ceiling
..,orpore than 50,000,feet. Seventeen Navy ships will be out-
, fitted with the carrelso be' laynched -from
mobilt,trallers for pse.by ground forces.'
,

1 V I Tr I -
,
, as 0 0 A
- n
. 111.; a 411 ia

ioint Shell British Petroleum
and Texas Company concern.
A '16-inch pipeline has been
laid to the Point Fortin refinery
and the three wells are now pro producing
ducing producing at a rate of about, 2000
barrels per day.
This discovery' has stimulated
interest in the off-shore areas
and a new well s(Couva Marine)
is being drilled by Dominion Oil
Ltd., a, subsidiary of Standard
Oil Company of California, at a
location about 33 miles north.
east of Soldado and some five
miles off-shore. ''
,', Oil production has thus been
steadily increasing during the
past few years. and reached a
' record level of 28.930.00e bar- 1
?els, or. about 4,130.000 long
tons, in 1958: In 1957 the fig figlire
lire figlire rose to 34.400.000 barrels.
4,Exploratory &Mine is also at
i highlevel, Some 282 wells.to wells.totailing
tailing wells.totailing more than 1,100,000 feet
being completed in 1956, and
proved reserves how bear more
satiqactory .relationshio to Pro Production
duction Production than at ,any time slime
The crude oil is processed at
threg refineries, I at Point-aPierre,'
Point Fortin and Brigh Brighton,
ton, Brighton, 'which have a total capaci capacitv
tv capacitv of about 125.000 barrels per
daYL,Some 2,500,000 long tons )of
crude oil is also' irnported annu annu'ally,from
'ally,from annu'ally,from Venezuela and Colom Colombia
bia Colombia tor refining. --,
'Natural gas is 'produced from
the Wells with' the crude oil,' a about
bout about one-half of the 52,000,000.-
000 Cubic ft, nroduced in 1958
being 'tsect eithertas'I. 1'110.50r
pumoed back onto the ground to
assist in oil prOduction. ,-, 4'0' i
The' vedue of petroleumprod petroleumprod,ucts
,ucts petroleumprod,ucts exported from Trinidad in
' 1956 amounted to 256,000,000 dol dollars
lars dollars 1 (WWI) or nearly 80 per
cent Of the, value 'of all exports.
The Industry thus plays a Very
large part In the island's econo econo'my,
'my, econo'my, both directly and indirectly,
its contributions to the revenue
o'f the island in .1956 (chiefly
through oil royalties and income
tax) being assessed at more
than 32,000,000 dollars (B.W.1,1
or nearly 37 per cent of the total
ordinary revenue.
,. As a result' Trinidad enjoys
a higher degree of, prosperity
than any of the other British
Caribbean Islands. . ,, ..
It is worth noting hewever,
that Trinidad accounts fdr only
one half of one per cent Of the
total world production of oil,
and thus can never have any decisive-
influence on viorld prices.
' With exploration costs mount mounting
ing mounting as deeper drilling is resorted
o in an effort to -tap the rel

...
...

-
serves of the older (011;occne the largest producing company
and Cretaceous) strata. and 831n Trinidad. and another major
further costly marine dril.ln z ls1 group, the Standard 011 Co, of
undertaken, it is essentlal that California, through its subsidiar,,
the industry shOuld have acie-i Dominion Oil Ltd., holds exolor exolorquate
quate exolorquate financial resources. ation rights over some 850,000
In the past a marked feature t acres of land and marine areas.
has been the number of small, The presence of these ma maindependent
independent maindependent operating compan- jot Internattonal ell companies
les, ,but recently the major in- In Trinidad should do much to
ternational groups have been, ensure that the necessary opt opttaking
taking opttaking In inveasing interest In tat is available for the proper
Trinidad.' t development of the new Fed FedT1113
T1113 FedT1113 WAS Well illustrated by 'ration's greatest single asset.
the purchase In 1956 of the
Trinidad Oil Company Ltd., one A small amount of oil WSS pro produced
duced produced in Barbados from shallow
of the more important produc producers,
ers, producers, by Texas Company for 303,- wells for several years until
1949. '-
000.000 dollars MINI) Or about In ap 'effort to discover oil at
178,000,000 rePre- greater depths, the' Barbados
senting one of the largest singie
foreign investments by anysom- Oulf 011 Company Ltd. embark embarked
ed embarked on a deen drilling Programme
pany since the war.. --, 1853 and although no com com,
, com, In the same year,the British
Petroleum Company., purchased, mercial production has beeti re reported,
ported, reported, natural gas struck in the
the stock of the Trinidad Petrotfirst bole drilled at Turner Hall
leum Development Co.. Ltd. an- is now used in the island's, pub pubother
other pubother long-established producer. gag oupply.,,, ,
The Shell group is at present
- TANKER LAUNCHED
COMPLITE OIL WILL ',,,''
TRIESTE Italy (UP) Ta
NEW YORK (DP). Shell .0ilf 36.61S-ton tanker Esso Southamn SouthamnCo.
Co. SouthamnCo. has completed a ,wildcat oil ton WWI launched yesterday.- It
well with a potential produtflonl wax the,filth of 's aeries of 12 to
of 225 barrels daily of 37 gravityi be built in the. Trieste ship-builfi.
oil in Garza County', Texas, it was; mg industry Jor the Standard Oil
announced yesterday., ,

1

,..'

4:-o:k.,.,,,:.h.4:,,,o44ov;A,Atc'icAi:,:,.kf4,4eikxwoook;oi.;::i$i,:::m,::ykal
SUPER SCOTERHow good little Motor scooters can grow .1
, tip to be automobiles' (little ones) 'is Shawn by, this Invention
on display inPatiLi. The car body can be adapted to flt
:scooter, according t itS JnVentor, Bernard Truffatt.

6-,.a 4-60 fr. $t
,g 1.n-tot ortzall

Very' ecial ; price- t,615.00
: ,,,
- COLON'. MOTORS" Inc.

k
7::
,44
'
'
!

141,1:,:::( !SZIT.'rZt1
t ,.:gl,:::W:,,,',,!:::. :-
DU POtIT VitlYL LlASOtillY PAIff

One quick coat Du Pont
Vinyl Masonry :Paint gives
colorful beauty and lasting' pro-
tection for all outdoor and in-
door rough-textured surface.
There's no messy preparation-,-,
Du rept Vinyl Masonry Paint
comes ready to use.It goes on
easily with a brush 'or roller,
dries quickly.
Irhis alkali-resistant. imnProbt;
oderiess paint is avansble
311 modern colors and vvhite.
Ask for It at your iealerl next
lime you paint,
POO

PAINTS TOR
ALL USES

Better thinci for better &lag: ..( thrOugh chemistry
rANAMAGuardia. Cia.,,.,,COLON-L-Scott & Scott
DAVIDRicardo Berea Cia. COCLEAllonso hid

i ,
;
:
,,
:
t
.
-
'
',,
,
,

10 'Mao"' v. -immow,itti...Wir NO 11 111111 B It I Al tt, .11 -1 -AO --"11 Mt1111., 1

4 it 4 Mk, VI 11 I
t .,,,,, .T d loft. q4,0 I t
ii,. ,, i I '.., i ...,,...ii A
oR .... FI,,,,,,,i
rf,t,..,
.
,,i.,iw.,..., i.....i.,,,,..,,,
,,,f., A
' ' qt
I I I .1 11 LALtds

t1',,,: '4 ,'''',-, !":!, I W
Irf () pp 06
K,-I,' 0.
W pp,,,A. "I' v.44,,,i rtImPtlai ri --N t'; 1-14, 4' '''--1
1 ''''''''' t '4 C)i'."0", '); .7!!!",o- ...") :
pi.;...-iii.,.; i.---,00o,lis41,..s.d h! ;
! i ) l 1 k ,t 1---i k-
4.1,01 -, 1!,:.--,0 ; pp4i.,)
if I 11 C-st-rds -' i t i I -, 47' ,,i'''' m;'' '-' ''''''-''
- L 1 41-,,:-.:., kl ... ,:- :-' -.1
, ii,,,, ,,,1 ii,,,, -- .1 ,..., ..., L.., .... 4...... ...........,
NEW YORK. April 25 (1:P1An , ...ow-. 4' 11- --,..-.....
nusual will tiled here yesterday , ,
irects that 12 illegitimate clui.-1 s, , r- I i. , ,
ren and a grandchild sharp the, ; . ,, 1:,,: ,- ; i
lulti-million dollar estate amass.' '

NEW YORK. April 2S f1.713)--An
unusual will filed here yesterday
directs that 12 illegitimate chii,.1
uren and a grandchild sharp the
mulli.million dollar estate smass.1
ed by Robert Sydney Turton w h o
"himself was born illegitimate."
The facts of the grandchild'C
birth were not specified. :
Turton was described as "the i
wealthiest man in the British Hon.
duras" at the time of his death,
ate the age of 80.in 1955.
The will presented by his exe.
cutor -and former confidential sec.,
retary was said to have been "re.
Constructed" from ono made'
shortly before' his death and sp.1
parintly lost or destroyed. It was
filed here, executor Harold Pens
said, because the estate has ex.
tensive holdings here, as well as
in Chicago," Canada and Central
and South America.
The will specifies Turton's ille illegitirmacy.
gitirmacy. illegitirmacy. adds that his'. mother
and father are dead and that he
had no brother or sisters.
"He was, never married,". the
wi'l states, "The decedent b a d
during the course of .his lifetime;
many liaisons with women,.sweet.('
hearts, etc. The person; referred
to in his will are. his issties. These
.issues are not legitimate'..;;
The doiument providee for'spe.
cifie. gifts to a "dear friend and
11 employee, and ther directs that
the reynalnder of the -estate .he
olaced 'in trust for, the out.ofwed.
lock heirs until the youngest. of
them becomes 21. Penso ,saldlhe
youngest is now 15; All of them
live in Belize,..' Honduras,
he said.-, :
he said. ,
,
NYLON BLOOD VESSELS
'LONDON (UP) -- Chinese sun
geons.have used ny'on blood yes.-
sels in successtil attemnt to treat
high blood pressure, Itadio, Pei.
ping said yesterday.
1,PAVE' PANAMA' 8'30 m
ARRIVE SAN ;OSE OAS a.mb
,
,
Commit your. travel Agent
er' Our OffIces
' TEL4'3-7etti
'PAA',AFFILIATE
The airlthe which serves ',
The Aleart of, the America,
- Just Aresemeha Ave.
,Betweetu.31sL & j2nd Sts.

-

, Pearls are always
correct! Choose
- the- stark beauty beauty,
, beauty, '.of a sinip e pearl
settino or combine'
e9
your pearls, with
an?' tiler of your,
, favorite genie. ,,

MIMOMMMOM,1Pall
soloiolla

, All expense includes:
First class round trip ,by plane
,Ileceptiolt at Coco. Airport

Transfer to your hotel
Totirist .1'. class hotel .accommodations
' 'ifirst dais' available for
,
, small additional charge) ,
,
) ,Three meals daily at your hotel :,

SPEND YOUR NEXT VACATION OR A WEEKEND (Without losing 'Goy work
days) in COLL, EVERGREEN and rASCINATING

. I z We give Frei
, ; -"Chico" de Oro Stamps
, Remember you have, I chance' to Double
your, Money Free In our 'Meekly Raffle!

..64,61s:

Trips are for a minitniont of two days.
: Ask Your,TraystAgent today for a loeflet
with the different tours and prices
They' Will' grailli 'give you information
, cold, prices for groups, families, etc., as
well as for tours, guides and other
,services.'

only 90
SEE YOUR TRAYEL ,,-GENT TODAY

ilkto passport necessary.'
',' and in only 90 swift-flying
:' minutes,, avssits a variety
' of new esperiencest
Take advantage of thi nage
quilled travel plan and see
! your TRAVEL AGENT now
. for. an unforgettable vacs,
tion! , ,,
e'Sight-seeing, dancing, new
' friendships, the warm Cos.
ta Rican hospitality, invi invigoratins
goratins invigoratins climate. business
connectioas t ali these will
bring you home refreshed
and with a new outlook!
Life is not only work; you
needilia creedal change
in a stimulating higher
climate, and pleasing tom.
fortable surrounding!.
leg possible now with
1 these easy monthly pay!,
meats.
Costa Rice awaits you!,

minutes flight!
,
LC.Te.36-1



T71, ::711', A 7,
rAc,t
tATLT :
OOMMINIONIMMIN
7
7 0
FT r
f
. :

- Tin171.1 A:T:7.1:1N AN

,
n fir 17,
tilt 14441
, f,f

- '"!

P.P

- it ,of r
IA

Truman Gibson Admits Boxing
I Has Been Taken Ovr By 'T1

,
(Has Beti 13v'TV
, ,

' l' ''. 1
f
1
- NEV
I been
' Truma
,
,. becom
nktiont
mlny,
- tertain
eigs
, ,,,,-
, we
.
Vision
old Cb
, ed tbe
bead
. sions
time tt
bend h
SbOWS1
' 4,Whal
.4,tWel
,
,
6
R1OC
, lil
CI
Olt'
S
, The
. Silt ace
Rincon
' at the :
,. .row at
Both
: of Rin
' Lovell
' 'confide
t The
.i the At
opetr It
COCO S
.
. AMEK
.
'-, PALI
ory Gr
. Dick
- Mich;o,
lermo
' 1111Men
t.I.S Ni
- thi au
,
, to Orli
while i
bini, a'
- .. ,.
. '. 4::;::
' rode
I
,,,,.....,
, .;,,-.
:7tt
, t r
' 0
'
leo.anom

fly OSCAR FRALEY
- NEW YORK (11P)Boxing has
been taken over by television,
sTrurnan Gibson admitted today on
becoming president of the Inter Inter'nktional
'nktional Inter'nktional Boxing Club, and like
mlny, other phases of teevee en.
- tertainment it lays its share of
' -IWe basically are in the tele.
Vision business, said the 46-year.
old Chicago attorney who sum&
ed,the aling Jim Norris as IBC
bead. "We bave ,had repercus.
,sions from the sponsors front
time to time but bave had a free
bend h so far in arranging our
sbows."
eWhat kind c repercuisions?
he said quietly, "some
.,...,,..:.,:,..,. :
.:R:iil'O. 0'. ,.P.ir.ii.illi,d;:,
C.,t(ib,...:'...,t1:001.thr..0.4.0:0..0
SOftbIJ '30ti.10.!f.0..,i::',
, The Health Bureau softball club
atunceepted a challenge from the
Hinton Romantic Club to play
at the Santa Rita ball park tomor tomor,.
,. tomor,. .row at 9:30 cm,
Both managers, George Wallace
of, Hinton Romantic and Willie
' Lovell of the Health Bureau, are
'confident of victbry.
t The Gorgas Club will travel to
' the Atlantic side on May 3, to
opetr athree-game !lege with the
, Coco Solo Hospital team
, AMERICANS OUT
, PALERMO, Sicily, (UP)--Greg.
ory Grant of Los Angeles and
Dick Leslie of Mettle Creek,
Mich,',, 'were eliminated hi the Pa.
lermo International Tennis Tour Tour'
' Tour' moment Wednesday, leaving the
tl.S, without rcpresentative in
the quarter finals,. Grant bowed,
.toOrlando Sirola of Italy, 6.4, 6.3,
whilei Leslie lost to Sergio Jac.
bini, also of Italy, '6.1, 6-0.
-..- '1,,,
I i
Ttl4Fy Encanto -- .)5c.
h" ,-, At 8:30 p.m..
"A.SENSATIONAL SHOWt:
:..,o,
t I-- On the Screen: g.,:'
0 "THE BIG KNIFE"
, ,' ",CANNON CITY". ',
-,...........-1.---..........1 1
c 4 P I TO' I. I 0
t5cIfE
..---- 15e.
, PRODIGAL
wi, Paul Newman'
.
4 'Also: ..d
1 G' A B T , s'
1
wi,th Leslie Caron
7.1
:Run
with
y 'rho
with
qt i
SANTA DTTA k -
.... ,-.1:
SANTA ,TEREA
.., SANTA ELISA,:,.....
SANTA INES a
''''.;,,' ',
i !' -, '

-'......'''.7,r', server on sevprat wresmontial 1 Ulan Lawn icumaiaauuiduvu, .tic ward Potter., a Nashville, Tenn., nen norse 111U ot run, anti 0,ner norst since. man war, s.
, -,;,-,leommissionst, will pull the strings., I succeeds Gordon acNell. k
t ban er. I , ' set -no reason why he''can't go mostly because several Cali s
' ' ' ' of the' 10 Blue press start on another eighth of e itnile.'' fornia races he came from tome ,T ,
,
Assamsooltromti ers were KentuckY o, Derby in: , A 4
llevably, fa4 behMd jengtht

gibles and four of them turned air Kolar ritTIV, till. Rile W artaus v4 I,
1 rill:all:AV t,':4 n : -- : TrAlv 01
in 'performances that might get 1"- Van Trust and Flamingo bat- W111., ; 4 ,

u m, msr .. AEr .A.E1 AIMEn ,NNEWMies. ..EM--MA ,1 IBM I M US A- I

A Is them' in the classicPlion, war4 I tiect neaa-ant.nesa tnrougn tne Asiue Iron). 1113 peculiar racing r -
a RV 1111 11 refl. G., C.V. Whitney's Flamingo,' fitfial yards with Flanlingo gating habits Incidentally,. be
which was a length und a t ird in the last stride. shows slgos outgrowing , : , .

.
IA'' ',:, RI ,, quurter back, in, third elace, ,and
'''''' a -flaw' Or '-- le f-- A '..- ... .I. 1..i ,...?. 5 '.i. ''''''..... .., ',4, .44, ... ,.5 .:.i ,..5V:. ( 4
brief bin at the head O. tile .he nlea ad,,ea h ul '.., ',4 ''''',.. ....- '.: -,...-..1 -.i. ,,-, 1:i' :-,;::: it,.',:, ,A, 2 :
wcuniadmournpe, rarrn's bir' Au 1 e r is a, personality sla ,, ,. t ,.
. CAPITCYLIO' -:.7.1V01.1, -- V,ICTOR ...- .,,
. (:)- "t Hasty House Farm"s an Trust, fifth sfter making ', a at:heart In spite of his' great size ... 51,... s; :,, .0- ,. i, ,. ', .. : ..., ,, r., ,,,, .1". .',, :,t -.,.., ::: -.
' 25c ------- 15c. 25c. ----,-,-....-;, I.5c.' 20c. '''' ;5e",-77-Ballk Nighl beaten a nose 'for' show; money. S r 0 banda and three ''' ; e", '',
PRODIGAL ., BANK! $125.00 - ..' A.9 -,
1
, ,
'' .;'' '' - stretch, and left his Derby
' RAN& :1 235.00 old Pritie $500.00,, '-; ., ,
' ' Paid 530.60 ..:- ,., somewhat in doubt. -r
' ' ' ' Murder To Money' ', ':',REVOLT AT 1PORi,, . , p ,
HE
st,atus ilti,2cohoespouannd,weig s more an .. ,
itl t' : in t '''' '' l''' '' ..' ''' '''' '''-'. ':''' '''''' ';:'2, ..,..'. 1,
' 4 ' The sixth lace horse Mrs S.H pie and peop e ove im, s Inc ,,,. ... ... , -, ,: : ., ,,--,, , ;! :,-- ,,... .,,......
. wi Pad NewMan' ., ,Run of The Arrow .. ,.... ... ., .i. ARAmiz 4.. ,,
sz ,, ; : with Rod Steiger ,
, A ". Plion, -ridden '. -;.
13j '',' Dave Erb; Sadacca s at Dragon Killer, was ive Y ., : : ,,:"'.' P":: :'': .-,' ,:" :. : 1 ,' ''--." ': ,:. .::' ,-
.. .., '. ,:., 4, - Also: -,,,:, ; paid $30 60, $14.20 and' $10.20. off,' we:1 .. but soon Jaded and Portly.' Regg ,
le Cornell, wno I.,,,.:.,.
'.' "''ea90: 77. f,' ' ',, -: pane of Th Ar Ile' ' a . h di by K ,I..4 :, ,:,,,,..4.:,,..... .,,,, ,4, :,:,:;,.,-::,
An couldn't ;' rally. The Owner as trains Silky for coownertk.T O m .,,,,-. I A .i, ....- ........... ,Li...,- ) t... ,i,. ,...,....,...,. .,, ,i i
1 e e '''' The 'Man 'with The, Warre G,' an ed -- 1 i. ..1 .4...4..1 ),...4, tt... Ile,.. ...,1 Phil Itlin.t.i. .e ton
o A ... ......, a.- - IMP akt f. I 011 0 A
.

t,nuren, pax' att.nu 'no ;10.60.1 "".""
lam u .1A.004 0.314 AAA. A.A.OL,14 f00.2
I e The Unholy Wife. 4; "'; Golden Arm ei ? b di
colt will go intne Deroy regard rran seo,. an es im tecorn,.. I
with Leal IA Cnrnn I with nian2 noroa I JUNGLE TIOY I With Frank Fl idd b G d I I
Sinatra wrung, r en y or on G is

, ?. I l' I lion, pala .206, 1 tes1 yvaivilitty a rC5tlits3. 131161Yt
Mt:Elaill. :4 The time Vat 1:52.4. off ) It ,,,,
ANIMEEMENCEMEMEMIMIL, Red Hot Pistol,. owned Ig Mrs. Silky dosn't york out early in I f 1

the Morning, like the common
e
'k - r"' ;, ,1', 44..., , t 1 4,,, Sant E. Wilson; also haci bee,
, proclaimed a certain Derby star -herd of race horses- ,sleeps
, , - er. but trailed in a well-beaten late 'and does his trainMg about

Ba ni adn haeh:111v0.. t,ehd p
" '" ' ," ' ' - ' ',SERVICE ninth. gill Country and Count De- 11 ti.m.; when all tile .0ilierS have '7.- I
4 CENTERS
, 6".'t 1) FIE,
'Champion' of Cervecerla Nadel
. TONIGHT Sands,- is not eligible'for the Der 0 oat Women's Golf
" 4, ,- like it here in Kentucky Co-men
.. niller, and runner-Up Cleo .BurAs. ;
s , 1 Erb also said, believe I ve ;A
i 11 t T BALBOA 1115 11;85 haotrs:tell!Am,tib7e0.r, 1,e se; dtiro.alikneeki t'' AND. DliNN:
ot me a Derb horse" and Tournarne.nt Cht McCue, sponsor George 4,
sa,u. "He Wa5 httle wiluditt
. Linda Darnell bale Robertson g Y
trainer Tom Jolley, greed that
when,we got here, but be5s oo ,,
, mAitoTA,iNclogsg", 1)14,, ing better every' day : , o
,

'''. I .. - -,.: 51 I) t ', .., 1 .. -- , TONIGHT
I
- -,' ii ''. ' s-a"- ---' ----- t----:' "r---'' --"'''" ' Likes Kentucky 1, ; i
nds,- is not eligible for the Der,. , fi t
( I Ife s doing ne i '.,' seems o
,
. v-i. ..1 ....AA ",,, '''L-1!. 4 like it here in Kentnekv Crnell

bay law a Lo uy ALM CM, NEM
. sNaW laa 'aur Inomm : 111111 Linda Darnell Dale Robertson 1111 I n,we go ere, i
. wh t h bnt he5s look.
trainer Tom Jolley; greed that 6--
, die at IPS Mira ;.b. ing better every' day." ,

: bi--a etite; ut awa abou , ' ' 17A)t ,f1"-Yr,
: 11 1 I el it 111'4 CRISTOBAL r H g PP cf Y 411 71
.1111116'1A 2 An. 30' quarts of fee -- oats bran, A4

- It : 1' 1 !--teefeto 11 II 111 : 1111 Katnrn Grant Leslie 611111b1-111111 .-, '1,1mash. carrots And such, daY.I .':1 --;07 trA or Y-11 !."'" '5'

11 1 '..!,::.,-;',!:11:- 11 1111 L.;i:: 11111 .,T "THE NIGHT TH&WORLD ,' 'k, 1DIUS Pounli 'of bair;riBetwfin''': '7.1 la Cif ..7 '-''','F:--.:;,1;;1:;.i

11 AkvM .1 1-4 111111 ,x7EPLoblur .1111 1 Alm Unne lannit Lneals hi likes 'an oeeiisjonal dip ',-- 1,111 !' ", n-40

11 5 vArJ" - L 111111 ' 1111 11V111111 14111111111,1 : Inf honpv or other sweets.A Loti.1 .11, 12.7 ;11.;

- 11. WEEKLY- 'EXPRESS CARGO 5ERV1C FKOM U 54 f I fady btought him a basket (F, 7 T- 1' 1;1110,4

11 DIABLO MITS.'', 1:00' I , t tit
ei California: oranges T the other' ( '." ; telAcKi i:.
:: II PORTS-TO ,THE ItEPUBLICOF,:' PAN, vounies-malco'
I day And twiirtr -tinA tif t 7 : ; ''; !..' 1 A 1 rrri. I ;butte

,, movie- ,rt,11 Lir lioirt 1 F F wel. 'Er
a 1 &OM AM II I W111301 I , 1 ,, 1 0, s. 111,11JtVir 11

11 14r IkAti ,,, FAR ,IAFST (MAST. OF' SOUTH. AMEKILA;, "The Bounty' Hunter'c Bla nem- ana nein Jr., or nial4 cornea : spouts consiaera ow 1-7 ' T.oyA4f,lAlw,-: 7 t : ''"

'
i EZ mk

- 11,097 .. .!- : ' Saila 1, ii.,-,, sails ,-,;,,,,, s bans : ',, Arrives ;,,, ',,,r,stornt ,warningoo 10 tor Ina semutnais otr me ranama anti post' earns trom au parts ot '. r.,,.- :,,',., .,:, .-. ifi ..,' ,-- : ., .1-.: :, -,-., ,,, ,, 1!",".4':, ',1.-:ik..1' :
Open ;Tennis Tournament sponsor the country. 'Many-tire.. from 'ail: i. .., ...:- ( I :,',.- '.,61,,..,..is. 1 2 ., .. A 1.41 1 rt. Vf!',' ,4
' IK' .... : ' i. 'e. Baltimor,., Philadelphia ,:lNew York; Cristobal ,-, 1 rL 3 I '''' ';' tdl)y ,GI.orge D:.',Maduros. of the drrt 'who:want his -picture; ' 4:-. ,'' ;.. :. .1 5t ). --..1. -for. k. 4 ,,- ,,, ,,v ,,,,w tv,-,;,
i

04IfinoA,, ',,,,,!-.1.,Vek ,lan,t,zen.,iirm, ..,,...,..,...,....:.,.,.,-. ,:. ,...,7 !..,.....,,.. ,,. ..,.. ... ,, .'71.,-,,..:;,-,1; ', .,.''' ,-" ,,,i'''',0 4111.....''''''' ... '1;11'1 i"6(''''. '-'71'.:4'4;''''":.'
.,,.k .. ,-ii..
,,' .: ; NTA' RITA?? .. ,..; ,,''''' ,: '...' Api..,'::;.::'1 g,:-,-, A. pr.!, :, 20 ,',:Apri
A ,....
,,, y,
",,,,,'. Citirk,Gable"-d;-4:,, .. '' ,' .,' .:. '' ,, "'' ''' ., ,.., ..., .. .!. '; '-''-.,., ,.-...... ; ; : ..': -.1 j 1, e N 0 ....' 4' '' -!--
- ,it
, ,,,,The score was 6-3,-- 6-8 and 6-2. ,.. 1, ,......1 e ,,, "re. or- ;;; 7 I,,,-;,..:..., ) ;.; -.,
.' .NTA -2,TERESA '
' SA ', '' A pi.; ,:'.: 25, ...,,;0Apr, ,':.:2&,;,....,. may :,..... I Mat.,;. 7., 1,, i Y''vvml De, Carle, i'
-., 25 .....,....,i', Miy-,,":1.,s....::,;,,1 ::..,,,..s. l', i
: ., -.' Thev, Will
NiAND 1)111,' 41iNGELS,, now haVi to ineetth
e wo.' ma eur- ,-,-.,.,(--2,(1,i,-.-.(fr( .1.2 .,
,,,: ... ., ,,,,.., 1' c' n ,,,,,i '' ::
',::: ......; SANTA ELISA,:', '6- ,,-:,' .... -.'.:.,'-'::,:..Mit ,r.,:.'.42.!!:::"Itiliii '''. 5' T..' ''-,'May' '...1-' ''' 9 .. -- : May ..- 1 5 ,. , cscops & Color!,',''. strong Amin) 'of Julio yinills',anfi .,.. ..--..- :., ,, .........,.. ......,,.. .,.... .e4 ok.41Pi Itill,, 0,I4' ti .. ,;..:...
' . "'. "t-7?' ' '-21,J, -,,...'
' SANTA' INES -;'s .' a- ' ' May tl ';'8'1.--Mi. 12' -,.., May- -;,' 1 5 ':- ;-.. May ; ',.
, ...,,.. , ,, - ,., George:. MottS,',. the -winner Itiali- ,-.-4;-, '.-.- ..'' .!--:-'.-- -,."-- -.- .-- -71'.: 'd,, :. 7,14,,' ifitA l'i!, ''''JI4l. "' .-"-, .. :
E 1 tying for,, the. finals; i .,, ,.'. ,',..,;,
. ... -01' ,,,S '9 '
. A 1 Itt'tv,...00,,,,e ... .,,,. ,,,,. .,,
- .. .
: V. ,.. ''......' '. ,;. ,' "'PT'', 1' '."'.'' f';;.'-'7'.., .....,(,.;,,,,,4;.,,,i;.-: ...z.,...,,...7,,,,,..;i,. ,......,..i....,..!. ,,....,.,.,..,!,4 ;,G,il'pli i,, ,t ,, ..7 ...,,,,. , ., ; .,.... :'. i ,,...,, .,, .. i,,,,.. ,., : ,;;;.,;., . S ''. ':. :. .; I s.(
'''. BOXing Card ....,, ....,..-,, ,,.,. -, ,,
!AI., ,,... -1.,ICKSAVIII!5 - '
, .,, ,, 1
, PASSENQER SERVICE :.. ', ,' :',..'. 'A-, i, .''''. ' ..' ''-'' 1 IIP ,:Itana Turner.
, 1 .
sol
",1), .1., C0040; 'toot Too! .:;',.,...rf,.....,..! i
.... ego .1, ...
'Hope IA .. ..... .. ..
. ',... lositilima in VolveAtto Daytt ...6 C.;141;'''''' ' '7 '''."':' !Panama in NotvVark- .:. ;i:' 7". HPETT014. PLACE?r, :,
t!IE EDS, 30 klITS,',:,:',......,.., ,,, v., .,. ow ,. ..... I ,,.. 0: 1 -.. ,. : ,; : - t ..:..; 1;;"5-11 ,ek ,-:' .-

.
ANTA RiTe
S NTA TERESA
A
SANTA ELEA:
4,- 1,0,6
SANTA INES

11 Manama in PenaInv Pargt ..ft '''' '7 !Partnnin in Npw ,; i 1111 :7771 ITEIT014, PLACe'r Al P-1 13, 311 r113:;', 7,- f or 1 I' i' i .".,ek 's .:' ;71 i

l'anami to Ecuador
SANTA LUISA .;..,
SANTA ISABEL' ;
FORTNIGHTLY
.
,

11 ; vmna AF -,...011,411,1111P Ibd 011 wsows ID,. v..
14L. So:7""WEit.,11. 1 1

1M1 Mai

--...... 1
n fin, P 1 A a ,11 Alp ,,WII, ; IIJIA I IS &IA. s w r , ;ta ICU, ''
LUC kSo,' LAMM t,arama IS' ' - 1 '
. 1 c tit St?r ,:WhO iS haft ng a. cool .467 '...,.,. ''.' i
,..
. SANTA ISABEL' -. -' May l'-' ,SANTA;MAROARITA.''...;....Apr,,,,30
1
- .,,,,
with '14 hits .'itL, 30 at. bats thus : ' .- "- ?
Shva.earaiwah, e...o. ;1 limos ra
I MRGARITA''irl- it15 ii, $15 I

ntAry A I 111A Any AIN I A MANIA LAnni al 11'11 ibtott,1 th. 04 .11 - t, 6 k.

,... y. miar tnhtillts
setoasrna'c ,
-"SHOOTOUTt AT MEDICINIC w 4.
th ars 00 tap at local rings tonight.,, 1 1 v ..
i
.-1' FORTNIGHTLY DIRECT SERVICE FROM U.S. PACIFIC PORTS-,';'!,.,,, -,,,.' hneedes 3o000nlv h. 2tg I TWO amareur boXiOg programs ,, : 1,
, ,,,,, BEND" .' 4' .. 4 1 cir1Se , ,e, ' 1 ', Five bouts will ba held at Pa, '' '14',.,,,,..,,,,.... .-
L'A', 0wi ShoW 10:30 .p.f. i .. : i , "f4 : 1- ,.,,, '111 ,i.ripaa.m.4:11,, 4 10,,i..atral iii7: 0,7, 1,71,htile: ,- ; .... , ', .. LI' ..1: ; 1"
..3
.,
' g,,' sails ,f Sails Sails. ,,' :,,,,, Arrives, ta sa ga ga ini en tr 'six are listed for th Colon Are- , .. .. ., ,., ,,,,,,,,--vd:
, ,,,-,
r'',''' '' ' i. msousz 'or tv,",4e,, ,,
.----
' ' ' Vancouver'', S. FrancisO Los 'Angeles .,' Ball)" 3-, '. 'i h2lit i ; A 0 isANTA.CALIZ: .n. r, The Panama program: r , ,, . , .. :, ,,, y ..
0 I .1Antonio Hinestroxa vs Rodol. s, 1, ,lb me Air Ag. ... AAA om um ma 4m-, er is k b,-
li'DniliF Irl
t A '. i .0A A it

SANTA FLWA. ''''' '' AAPr.' :,11'',' 22 AP6'- 25 May
SANTA EL1ANA 6:
SANTA' ADELAs ' 'MaY- 7 2 MaY 10 Ma),' '1
ay. '; 1Z ; May :1'22 MAY' 25
N. E9NOR' ... May 30: 1111: 4,Jun.. 9 lun
!ach equipp.ed with 27,906, cu' bio refr'lier'eteeiitio "space.'
FOR' FURTHER;iNft-ORMATION .APPI:Yt

Zfi IA rLANIA'' API Zh Apr.' 194Y a. 11111 ;11.1Os 'AllYson s
.I4:157a Him nn Tnn A VI, .. -1 )11 Y P '1 FlE I
'1 f '105' Pounds; f. Rocky

11 SANTA VI RNA s Am. 17 Mt's, 111 May 1R. f 11111 :Ann She; 1 Y.J 1113 ..VV: BankYU. Roberto Vidal, ;118 1 :, 11: 1 1 ,j jj 11

A.:A...IA.7k A, nit' io z olax 7 azAgu
11111.inw 'APPOSITE i : rtilrliLAK 71, pounds; ,,,Conrado Williams vs "40, ha 60 7a 7. 101,14 ; r'

.122 4.5 Jun. -i-L str, nTh. a Tith Day', rnia211 porunc,11:,Ctrit,ofs,1 ire 1 t Iry ,
IV.. SANTA ADELA :' Ma i 2 May
y

SANTA LEONOR -i.,, -, May 30 ,, jun: '', 6 A'JUIL 9 ellin 1 t It ',tcscPs' '4'. ', ,' .:'-,,,, ,, li wiLaaatto rAKALK ....ran. 4., ipindltia;ut ornmemo, F.,. ,I,EJ . , ,:,-,. 7. - - .... --,,,. ,t....... :.. .,
, t, .. . 2 ,,., , , ,, , ,,;, , Ce141 k, ,,,,,t.'-',1111.';.., ''' 1 -,.,,Mars CORDAY, in ,' I 1.?
411141UMBS Reid, In37"1 .orria vS e .,''... , k k ' ' 'A,: l'C' ,
.
.P' ,Each equipped with 27,000 cubic feet refrigerated cargo space. ', ,,.,,,,,. ,owt 'show let
I 'go eon '' '"NAKED GUN" '. I c 1 d r.., pounds. , Dtstilled and Bottled in Scothlnd ., s-,
, r , ,,- p.T. - "S a g 3 , , -,
it,' : ''' ,I. ,' ... FoR FURTHER;iNFDRMTION PPLY: ' ;',.:' ll'elu'llrem26'w" .'' ".. AT g N' Aurelio Meolica vs Jorge Pa- II , : -. ..- , . ,-.,..,,z, ,-.,,, 4
ratheme..4,. ; ,,..36 onlY,- 3 I S t., U -... MONA t redo, 126 pounds; Santiago Fuen.' JAMES BUCHANAN I CO. LTD., GLASSOM, SCOTLAND ,..", ''''::'; ; ' '
fill vs Luis Herrera,126 pounds; , . .. , ,, ,
,,-
, -,'' Wte,KEND RELEASE!
I 1 Pe
dro Ortiz vs Eloy Henry, 112 ..
-
I 1 y ,. CAM? IIIEED ,,-N, 1:15 a 11:2111
, d
t 9 'ti 13rad in ''' pounds; Patrocinio Allen vs Sal-
, k V
i
j II i:IZYL'fiYi t174-WL
' (:)iY41'-'111k1
, Fr .. 'THE HARRETS Or i
' f WIMPOLE sTREETH,L, ' RESTLESS' BREED" 1 vador Melandet, 126 poun s,
' Andres Allen vs Luis Oldie, 135 v , ,,
. AGEHCIAS11 H'DOEL' S A
11 o ,,
I 1, e Owl 'Show, 10:30 p.m. '' 't '' ' ds nd R b t M I v '
,, , ,."DUEL IN THE JUNGLE" -, 1 ,, ,,, Dean Jagger in i, 1 1;toubnertoac. o sr o ors es s : ., -, ,t ... ,,,
TH F 1( IQ AW
21.691rk PANAMA 1.4S511-..-24557CRISTOBAL.I.,2131Zi35-414a.BALBOL,1151,,t, .........X.,4-...tt,,,,r7',1 I ,r,,!,t kl,.......,;.,,a, ,2A11, thole
isonsterhosos, .1114 spcoundudsiod ' .i9-15.....Atitomo,bile.Re., J.,,eif 3-7175 2' ''''
,
sa CO CS gn nu co co tr...1 I for four rounds. '
IP 4 1
.
,
.
,
.
,
.

21511,.'

- t
'

times, like afteg the' Eddie' Machen-Zora
Fo Iley bout, the spon sponsors
sors sponsors say they were disappointed
because they expected a helluva
fight. We tell'emwe did too."
Makes Choice '' --
-
Gibson ssserts that he hopes
the time will never arrive when
there will be no live audiences
at boxing bouts., Out be Wt no
doubt if it hae, to come to- a
choice between the magic camera
and the in-the-flesh fight fan, the
fight fan would have to go.
Gibson is a man who speaks
with quiet firmness and makes it
evident-that he isn't going 'to sit
still like his predecessor and let
anybody libel him ,-- in print
4'NorriS was One of those people
who were inclined to let such
things slide,by,". he said. "But if
people make such direct charges
at me as they did at him,
give 'em a, chance to prove it in
court.",
One of the- first-When are von
going to stoo,beating your wife"
questions aimed at him was, he
said, a query whether he nlanned
to stop associating with Frankie
Carbo, the underworld figure who
supposedly' contrnis the '.destinies
of most prize fighters.
"I never did ossociote with Csr Csrbo,
bo, Csrbo, so I don't have to stop." 'he
said in a tnno which said let that
be the end of that.,'',,
,A I A.
Withstands Attacks
Nor, he allowed(would the IBC
dignifv the dicks of Cus D'Ania:
to, manager 'of heavVweight
chamnino Pittersotf.' Who'
has said 'that he Wilt not bargein
for a title -deftinqe '"iinder me,
sponsorship' until the, promotional
outfit- rives Inv' ono, of Its 'two
weelriv Sight telecasts.
"Our Friday" might televivion
contracts 'run 'through September.,
icrt4. end our Wednesd,r,
fictilli)throllohlifieit of 1959 he
ultbre 'hav no taneellafion
provisions' so we heve no twoco
nPetg nf, 011Fring a heavyweight
pbsimpinnilhip."
The RC organization will re.
PlItinjUti as it wits under Norris.
T4llis will he eetAined et 0,
t20,000 year "dirertor of box.
inr" Billy Brown will stay on as
matchmaker, and the only, differ.
enee lit that Gibson, a University
OliCag0 1aat .; graduate ,who
served on several nresidentinl
.commissionst, will pull the strings.,
V 0 J.

A "' TBC- ".anizath31- will 're" '" ''' '' "--- 7' '... '..', '' ; Warrin G. ' ''", y f; t- Erb, had Plion laying fourth as ali,., because he 'acts more like- a. i, ,,i, I.. ...i. I0,,F4bc, k ',. ... .:, :.:: ; '...''. ::. ;: : ' :
,
1 tnein,juta as it wits under Warr's. MAIN NAMED s : :.
:fn.., Teuls .erin he rptainecl et a',
t20,000 ,s year ,,"director Of box., MONTREAL t, fliP) ..--,,.Lorne
inr" Billv Brown will stav nn as Main, Canada's former, No.-.1. ten tenmatchmaker,
matchmaker, tenmatchmaker, and the only, differ- .- .r ', ',', .. The victorY 16n ,121,87150 for theY hit the far turn, and took Pet .cocker ,spaniel,, end his en,. .. ,r. ., ...,, ,:
' ''. s '-''' the 'son' of Greek Ship. Mere 'im him outside at' the L, bead of the tourage treats limo like the heir -- .':. r; :e ',,,
nis playero has been named team
enee lit that nibson; a Ileiversity captain for the Davis Cup series
... at, Chicaeo lavf-;eraduate ,ivhn with Cuba, in ,Jtily ,,by .the-. Catlit.,, portant it probably earned him, a stretch, Its' Flamingo moved wite to the throtte,,
, ., ,
,which, horse-wise, ,, ::.' r :
starting spot in the Kentucky Der.. him,' ',. '',', 'I '--1,r, ',. , ., 2 :,, he may be. ,,,,' ', -.,,,.. 4, ?,,.' l' :-, ..-.,,,-' .-,,,. ,,,,..,...
by,,,-, especially ..2 if the Churchill '"'d"1 had it wont at the 'eighth poke, ,-, , .. Wins In, Stretch , '; t, ,, ..',,.. ,, :,....,....
, ,,
Downs strip should' Comdmdp Mud but didn't. get .in' front until in- '...Silk ,bas raced into the hearts 1, ,. -. .),.... ,1,t, ', ,., N
i .;:-:..:f., ,.-','',. ,','. L ''
1., : e 4i & ''. '', "'li
, ..::','.1 --- ,:':' ; ''
dv, May 3., Plion is owned bv ,Ed: side the sixteenth pole,":Erb said. ol the, American publie like ilo r ,.. t : i t,',,,,.,'-,,,'..,,...; '''i-7'.4'..-- i 4..1. '. . ',.. .; '' I

1.1M 1 a 1 -2 2 -

V,,,ICTORIA'
BANK! $35.00
Murder To Money
Fang of The Arctic'
, SOY
,

BANK! $125.00

of 'rhe Arrow
Rod Steiger
Also: -s
Unholy Wife
Diana Dors

, cx : n n 1,4 , iikv is' a bii horse and has al

WEEKLY-1XPRESS CARGO SERVICE, FROg U. S.)
:ATLANTIC, PORTS TO THE'- REPUBLIC-. OF- PAW:4:
:AMA7AND CANAL t. ZONE., ACCEPTING CARGO;
'''' FOR. WEST COAST OF SOUTH' AMERICA:.
Salli s Sails Arrives
Baltimora rNew York Cristobal

1
- , , :, 1 '1 II Ill anl Hpr
COiOr , ,, '" .uvAvatuu mum- 1 ui,11.11 ..m
"
641., AA.4A, Der 14 Colon to'', onallfw delmnry, rinffs A ateh of letteral (fly 't ,'

.

-, - a ..., ,-
.
I API' .'
, ,. ,!, -.: I 8 ,Apr.,20
'', Apr;,',25,1',,'-Apr. 28-
- .... :: May ,,.$2,:,L,May .' 5'.
,- .,,,,,,,,.. -
. ; MAY ;,t ''''8'f -.'May ',12'
. ,r. .7,,..!,,,.., ,,, '--1".,
, -,,'
PASSENQER SEAVICE.,, !'. ,,,
-4

SANTA MARIA
ASANTA MARCIARTA

DIRECT SERVICE FROM U.S.
- Sails
. Vancouver &Francisco

.
PANAMA te45511-2-0557CRISTOBAlph, 2131-.Z14-4 ...BALBOA-1150

NEW YORK (UP)Virgil Akins
and Vince Martinez will clash at
the St. Louis Arena on Friday,
June 6, for the world welter welterweight
weight welterweight championship that t h e
rules took away-, from Carmen
:
Completion of arrangements 10r,
this 15.round title match was an.
ilounced Thursday jointly by the
International Boxing Club and St.
Louis promoter Emery Jones.I
Akins and Martinez are. the Ione
survivors in a five-man elimina.
tion tournament for the crown.
Basilio, who may still be the
best man in the world 'Who can
make the 14I-pound limit, was au automatically
tomatically automatically stripped of- the wel welterweight
terweight welterweight title last Sept. 23 when
he beat Sugar Ray Robinson in a
battle for the world middleweight
Unlike the days of Hammering I
Henry Armstrong, the -only man
in ring history who ever held
three world titles simultaneciusly,
present boxing rules say a fighter
automatically forfeits his lower.
weight crown when he wins a
championship in- a heavier divi.
Sinn. So Basilio, who since has.
lost the middleweight crown ,back
to Robtnson, will be sitting idly
by and contemplating his, ring fu.
hire while two other men fight for
the crown he once held4
- Martinez of Paterson, ,N,i'3.;
owner of, a sham richt hand
punch, qualified for this b o t
when he beat Gil ; Turner -of
Philadelphia in an elimtnation
fight in January. -Akins of St.
Louis, Mo,, knocked out Isaac Lc).
gart,f who previously had beateo
Gaspar (Indian) k Ortega in an
elimination.
I.B.C. said that the tttle
bout will be nationally televised
(NBC) in the regular Friday night
series with, however.;. blackout
in the SL Louis area.,
The 30.year.old Akins currently
is ranked the No. -1 contender by
Ring Magazine, whfie 28-year.old
Martinez is ranked No. 2.

f. fp'
r

HEAVIES MEET, ",
LAS VEGAS, Nev- p)F)--Zora
Folley of Chandier,, Ariz-, the secl
ond cranked heavyweight,: will,
meet Art Svilden of Pittsburgh'.
in a 10-round bout here May L.
Fo Iley fought to a 10-round draw
with Eddie Machen at San Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco earlier this month,
1
MAIN NAMED
e
MONTREAL$ (UP) Lorne
Main, Canada's former No.,1 ten tennis
nis tennis playero has been named team
captain for the Davis Cup series
with Cuba in July by the Cana Canadian
dian Canadian Lawn Tennis .1),ssociation. He
succeeds Gordon MacNeil. e
R I 0
;5.-----.Sink Night!
Gold Priie $500.00,
,REVOLT AT FORT
, LARAMIE
," Also:
,
, The Man with The
'; Golden Arm
, with Frank Sinatra
W
,
,
' Apr.. 25 'May-',-,'
; s
, MAY ',' I- MAY' ;
-May 9 May
-
;,, May 15:: MaY,
'' ;,- ..,, ',
" z z '''., k,, ,i
, , -, t ,
1
1.,
, ;

Panama to New,Tor

PACIFIC PORTS-4
Sails. 7! Arrives
Los Angeles Balboa

,
,
,
....
F 1
. ,
---
, )
I t
. '''
..
I s ', A' ,,
'
, i Editor: CONRAD() SARGEAN.r
.
... ) , -, s k, v 1
,
i
, ,?. s - I f'74f7-... I z--) r------ -,,

,
1
,
:
I
z:
t

:-.L: :1 5,1, ..-, L :--,,..., ..-----..--, ,-11' : .. -.;
.....,
,.....4---...,....
14. .. -.....:',. ,''.. : !: , : ,
,
4.
,
I .4, :::;,:.:, ...":.,,,,i,,,..:::,:::,:,7A..; e.- :'.-;::. -. , .. (
-...:::-,,,..,:',!:.:::........;:,.:-:. -'.,..4 -::".:". :',..;:;:,..:'.-.,..::.,'-, : '''''.,...'.;:',.14 :!:"-::::: ; ,,. '.:" '.:, ::::',..:....-..4', '. ..,::-......::.:. ,,, : .- 4. 4 ,
. ,
,
,
:.4';-....-!.';.,;,...,..",;',,..,'.,:i'S(.,t,::::::::!, I'..:.'L ... ''....',..".,.....:', .7's 4.;: -''.:' .'' ''''..4.''':, ':', ,:: .' ''',',sit:".. !...::: '::::: .::".s""s. ..',' : :: "'',.' : '' NATIONAL:LEAGUE ' AMERICAN LEAGUE
, :
1 ,,,,....,..-;':.:, -.',...,::'::::::,.:.:::::,,:;,,;;;;:::.:1J,'::-:.:::,:.'.,...:.,'.......:-:,::1,.. -::::' 1: .z..:,.,:?....,:::,.':: ,,,,z,t,;:':.:. '...,, 7:,,,,,,,,, :-..i., .,,-.. :: ..: a :
',,,,,,N
- ..,
- , 'W L vct, GI3 ::. W L ,Pct. 1 Ga 1.

..'"" L 13U New York ,, 7 2 .778 ,'
San Francisco 6 3 .667 13 Kansas City 8 3 ,847 1 I 1
.
Milwaukee 5 3- .625 1 Detroit ,6 14 .6'3 11.4 1
i Cincinnati 4 3 .571 112 Washington- 4 3 .571 1
, Philadelphia -- -' 3 4 .571 114 Cleveland 5 5 .508 212
1
, 1 Pittsburgh .,,," 3 5 .375 '- 3 Baltimore- ',' 3 5 .375 Iva
I i, , ,,,,,,,,z1,,, , ' ( ' 1

I Pt t.ts hbunrng.t: !' 3, t'S '3'71a
,
w ,
e' : :

St. Louis,' ',, 2 4 .250 4. chicago 2 7 .222
.
,
,, -Today's Gamis ;,, Today's Games
.
Pittsbdrgh, at-.'Cincinnati N),.:- Kansas City at- Chicago :
'Philadelphia -at Milviaukee (N) Washington at Boston. 1
:.:

,' ,: i Chicago at tan PrinCise;,71141- I

1 ; Lgv,,,o:.:o:tv.,gkovootoz,tk4,,,4,wmi:&igiWig.;:k;:::;:;;:;Qc,'ii4iA;:'a;i:,),s::40.0d,,,,k,,to,,,,,..,.....,,--,,,,,...........i . ,-., ---77 '7'

11RIZE WINNERS of the Cerveceria Nacional 'Golf Tourney, which was Cornpleted on April 13
,at GaMboa Golf Club. Top row left' to right): Louise Jones, Cleo I3urns, Ruth Tortorici,
Marge Sewell, Ruth Lincoln, Jean Sullivan and. Velta Sharp. Bottom row: Irene Robinson, :
'Dorothy La Croix, Chi McCue and Zel Batchellor, $. ,:'' 1

.
sfr67:te-h..:
sulliva
,
a...
ni B DIETRICH,

Dlue,, urd55::'31diteb,..Alue5 .'
k-15,,T:1,,sh,:,f;iple .1 -..;
,
,
-, , : ., lOn.,..;:,.,
,,..,,.:,,,,,; r ''' c ; .'' -,4 -- 13 0- :. ,; -,: ',,, ,... ,', '
.. s ..

By JOHN O, DIETRICH
LMCINGTON, 1Cy. (UP).-Plion,
a 15,to,1 shot, battled through the
sloppy going at Keene land Thurs.
day to win the 34th Blue Grass
Stakes by three .1 quarters '-, of,
a-length from another, outsider,
Warren G. 1-
, The victory Won A21,872.50 tor
the min of Greek Ship. Mere 'im
portant it probably earned him' a
starting spot in the Kentucky Der,
by, especially if ,the Churchill
Downs strip should- comd"0p trud
dy May 3. Ilion is owned by ,Ed.
ward Potter., a Nashville, Tenn.,
banker. I ,
-,..1sline of the' 10 Blue press ,start ,starters
ers ,starters were Kentucky Derby
gibles, and four of ihem turned
in performances that might get
them in the classicPlion, War;
ren G., C.V. Whitney's Flamingo,
which was a length und a
quurter back. in third place, and
Hasty House Farm's Can Trust,
beaten a nose 'for show, money.
Paid $30.60
Plion, ridden Dave Erb;
paid 530.60; $14.20 and $10.20.
Warrett" G.t, handled by Ken
Church,' paid '$17.80 nd 510.00,
Flamingo, ridden by Gordon Gila
ion, paid .206,
The tlint Vat 1:52.4,'. well' off
SERVICE
' 2' .CENTERS
TONIGHT
BALBOA 1115 11;a5
Linda Darnall bale Robertson
' "D,ABOTA INCIDENT"
CRISTOBAL t
Kathrn Grant p Lathe
"THE NIGHT THE, WORLD
EXPLODED"
.1
DIABLO HT& 1:00
'' Randolph Scotti
, Marla Wirmor
"The Bounty Bunter!
, r, (Color): .4
Owl- Show '10 :SO pm.
,Stomt WarnhIll"
. a
I641vinoA:",,, I:es
,, Clerk, Gable )1 4,"
'Irvenne De Carle
oliAND OP' ANGELS!,
...CSapatt et Color! ;
,
0
4GATIIIN too,-
::;tana:Turniu ::;tana:TurniuHoPe;Pumte
HoPe;Pumte ::;tana:TurniuHoPe;Pumte :7
"PEYTON, PLACE",
Ciscope ,41; tolori
,,....1
, MARGARITA' Ist15 1115
Randolph' Ssote,,, James Cratg
"SHOOrliT AT MEDICINIC w
, Shov, 10:30 p.m. ,
? "HOUSE WAX,P
PARA;SO
e,14.5,A iL
' ;Ittne
;Ann Sheticiah
0THIr ',OPPOSITE,
BEV'
,,(CScopt
, 0141
0,11 'Show, 10:10
, rn,
"Steil root' zup001,1
Fathom" !,4,
. CAM! IllE1111 0:15 11:2111
- "THE BAnurrs
WIMPOLE STREETH1-,,,
e, Owl 'Show, 10:30 p.m.'
."DUEL IN THE JUNGLE"

I 1 aAly rianit,i4uu (LJF) Stan i I. I 1 I I

tt.,,,At',.; James Craft 1111, "" dL, ud tnus 1 I 1

Round Tab'e's track 'and stakes
record oi i:47.2 lor a mile andl
an fighth set a year ago.
Warren G.,1owned ,by Rey
nolds LotuSville, set the eariy
pace ,and was, challenged- brietly
by Hill Country in the back
stretch.- ', 1 ,
Erb had Plion laying fourth as
they hit the far turn, and took
him outside at the, head of the
stretch, ,as' Flamingo moved war
,

',11 had it wont et the eighth pole,'
but didn't get in front until 'in 'inside
side 'inside the sixteenth pole," Erb said.
"I had a horse full of run,- and
seeno reason why he''can't go
on another eighth of at itnile.''
, .t1,
Sir Ruler Fifth'',
Can Trust and Flamingo' bat-
tied head-and.head through the
final yards with Planting getting
third in the last stride.
Claiborne Perm's ,Sir Ruler
Wound up fifth &ger making a
brief bid at the head cti:, the
stretch, and left his Derby status
somewhat in deubt.
The sixth place horse, Mrs. SM.
Sadacca's at Dragon Killer, was
off, but soon faded and
couldn't rally. The Owner as
previously had stated that, the
colt will go in..the Derby regard
les; yesterday's results.
Red Hot Pistol,. owned hy2 Mrs.
Sam, E. Wilson, also had been
proclaimed a certain Derby start,.
er, but trailed in a well-beaten
ninth. Hill Country and Count De DeBlanc
Blanc DeBlanc showed little at any timo,
and the 10th place horse, Ambler
Sands,- is not eligible 'for the Der,.
Erh also tied," "I believe I've
got me a Derby horse," and
trainer Tom Jolley, greed that
Filen' had earned his ticket.
i!.0:!0.......f.01,40:4.0,,.:
To:.0.',.'.,,o.iis::To.liot..:
Diiiblittliich':,-'::,:i
,
Bill He le and Here Jr.:,.of Bal Balboa,
boa, Balboa, IesterdaY defeated Arthur
and Harper et Colon to qualify
Joe the semifinals of the Panama
Open ,Tennis Tournament sponsor
ed by George D:'Maduros. of the
Jentzen firm., , :
,' The Score was 6-3, 6-6 awl 6-2.
They will now have to meet 'he
strong team of Julio Pinilla and
George Motta,',. the wtnner quali qualifying
fying qualifying for the finals.
HALM RETURNS
NEEDS 30 NITS
SAN FRANCISCO (OP)'. Stan
31usial, the St., Louis Cardinals'
stAri, 'who is batting a cool .467
vvitli"14 hits 'in,30 at bats thus
far 'this season needs only ,29
mot? hits to reach the 3,000-hit
, ,
I Cal 1111 11111 US ILI
7:00 TODAY! 9:00
POPULAR 14(1m!
, sue per, pAR!
WILLIARD PARKER
,Mara CORDAY, in
' NAKED ,GUN
1 ,SAT. ,SUN:, MON. t
WtEKEND,,RELEASEI ;,'11
,
;.' 'Scott Ready In
I ..':RESTLESS: BREED",
1 , Dean Jagger in a
Tlit-KtIQW11,:....
CZI gqi cp

1 SE
1

f ; :A Ili 4 4 'on
,
,
fl
J,
4

! .1-7r ,

,
I Philadelphia at Milwaukee (N) Washington at Boston I I,
, I, St. Louis at Los Angeles tml 1

' By 'JOHN' 0, DIETRICH
LOUISVILLE, (1.1P)..-There
was Jimmy Jones standing on the
back, side ,at Churchill Downs,
gawking like a 'tourist -at a big,
red Irishman of a' 4 colt named
Silky Sullivan., 1- ;'
Jimmy had just arrived at the
Downs with Calumet's derby fa
vorite, Tim Tam. In rhost, years
suck an ,oecasion whuld have
gathered the crowd around the
Calumet barn'.
, But there thei were, and, Jim
m too,, watching' Silky 'Sullivan.
Because this Sullivan,character is
no ordinary horse. Sometimes it's
hard to tell it' be is a horse at
all, because he acts more Edw.&
pet .cocker ,spaniel,, and his en.
tourage treats lira like the heir
to the throne,, which, horse-wise,
he may be. ,
, Wins In, Stretch
,bas raced into the hearts
ol the, American public like
odier horst since Man 0',, War,
mostly beeause in several Cali California
fornia California races he came from imbe
Heyably, f a4. behind Jetigtht
in re lace..rr. to win .or,, almost
win.,
,'' Aside, from his peculiar racing
habits ,-r,,,,which, Incidentally, he
shows signs of outgrowing--Sility
i a personslity kid a "ham"
atteart. In spite of his great size
meaSures 16 bands and three
inches slick ,weighs more than
1,200 pounds Sildty loves peo.
ple and people' love him; instinc,.
tively..
Portly Reggie Cornell,. who
trains Silky for coownera T m
Ress and ,Phil' Klipstein o! San
Francisco,..',handles him Vaceordi.
' Silky doesn't work out early in
the morning, like the COMMOn
.herd of race borses. He sleeps
late 'and does his trainimg about
11 a.m.; when all the .others have
left thetrack ;.
Likes Kentucky ;
"He's doing fine seems to
like it here in Kentucky." Co-men
said. "He Wa5 httle 'windy'
when;we got here, but he5s look.
ing better every' day."
Silky it' a big horse and bas s
big appetite:He putsaway about
30' quarts of feed oats, bran,
mash, carrots And Such, a day,
plus 40 pounds of ,hay.,.Between
meals he, likes an occasional dip
of honey or other sweets.; &Lou.
isvilie lady 'brought him a basket
of California oranges rthe other
day,' and 'he-loved eyery -one of
them. '
,,' Cornell 'Spends '' Considerable
Mile 'reading Silky's mail. Every
delivery, brings a batch of letters
and post- cards frolic all parts of
the country. 'Many are from thiC
dreri wed his -picture.
Twd amateur boxing programs
ars On tap at local rings tonight.
', Five bouts will bit held at Pa,
. name's Maration Gym ',,'
'six are listed for the Colon Are Areha.
ha. Areha. ,''', ,,,,
f, The Panama program: 1'
lAntonio r.Hinestroxa vs RodeL
,fo Felipe,,IOS pounds: ,, Rocky
Bankyus vs Roberto Vidal, 111
'pounds; Conrad ',,, vs
Luis Lyons, 126 pounds; -Carlos
Reat vs ,Amado' Septimo, 125
pounds and Antonio Morris vS
James Reid, 137 pounds.
Colon's card: ,"14.
Aurelio Moolica vs Jorge .Pa.
redo, 126 pounds; Santiago Fuen:
His vs Luis Herrera, 126 pounds;
Pedro. Ortiz vs Eloy Henry, 112
pounds; Patrocinio Allen vs Sal Salvador
vador Salvador Melendes,-126 pounds;
Andros Allen vs Luis Diclea, 135
'pounds and Roborto Morales vs
Roberto Cisneros, 11S pounds.
the Inatehos SchOduled
- ".g.
for four' rounds. ' '

Er'

Editor: CONRAD

NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Fct. GI3
Chicago 6 2 .750
San Francisco 6 3 .667 13
Milwaukee 5 3, .625 1 L
Cincinnati 4 3 .571 112
Philadelphia 3 4 .571 114
Pittsburgh ,z 3 5 .375 3
Los Angeles 3 6 .333 ,,-
St. Louis' 2 .250 4
. Today's Games '
Pittsbdrgn at N)
Philadelphia at Milwaukee (N)
St. Louis at Los Angeles (N)
Chicago at. San Francisco' (N)-
- ,
Yesterday's Results
Chicago '1- 202 070 310-1S 9 I
Los Angeles' 000 000 1106 10' 0
Hodge 'OA) and TaPPs:
Drysdale (0.3), Craig, Negray;
Koufax and Rosehore.
AA
St. Louis A 10 110 001I o?
San Fran. 000 301 002-6 11 .3
Mizell, Muffett CI) and Katt.
Burnsido, Worthington,' C r or!
(1.0)- and Schmidt,, Thomas.
, A
.. (Night Game)
Pittsburgh, 114 001 000-7 12
Philadelphia 000 000 004-4 13 41
Friend (2,01,, Foca and Foilest
Simmons (0-2), Griy,. -Miller,
Qualters, Lipetri, and Lopata. e-t
(Night,Gams)
Milwaukeo 111 010 101-6' 8' 0
Cincinnati 000 000 20N-2 tj 0
Spahn (2.1) and Cranda112;1-?.
Lawrenco, 0.1); Rabe, Freeman,
Klippstein',and Raney.'
V141M.":':,1
Y
Offc',
,,,
r
GM(...0000600044

1 ,,, MV,Iira Et Akaoh. 4,, AI d

- 0. 41,:.: :.i.,,'s, ,4-.'5i., '-',
: :: ;
:', i i I
'. .:..,., ..,. .
,, 1:: r
'.... il:::': !:' : i: ".
.. ..,
.;
.
'. i r
... ,,
. 0., k

, ; :; -
i WINNER AND IttiNNERUP,--1- Champion' of Cerveceria Nacio-
na1 Women's Golf ,Tournarnent Chi McCue, sponsor George
pilfer,- and runner-UP.:Cleo,, BUM ; tr;;

, .rEi

MMES.111.16HANAN COATD.,:GLASGOM,SCOTLANO

,..GE(ICIAS,111,;-.:

SARGEANI

1
,

t

' AMERICAN LEAGUE
,
',7 W L Pct. IGIS
,,
New York 7' 2 .773 -...
Kansas City ' 3 3 ,.I.67 1 ' 1
Detroit 6 14 .63 11.4 1
Washiniton- , 4 3 .571 1
Cleveland '5 5 -.500 2
Baltimora-:1 3 t,5 .375 ,,, Vs
Boston ,, -,,' ,': i',-3. 7 -0'.300 41a I.. t.
Chicago ' ': 2 7 .222 5
..- s ... ,, f, 1
,
i ; .,4- Today's Gamts ',
''' Kansas City at Chicago (, : 1
Washington at Boston
,, Detroit at Cleveland (N) ',,
,--Nevr,York at Baltimore, (N) 1
-- Yesterday's Results ,, k
,
, Chicago , 000 040 000,4 8 1 ,
Cleveland 113 000 01x-6 ,, 90
. Wilson (1.1); Rudolph, Fischar, ,-
Staley;' Moor and Battey, Lollar.
''Tomanek, Mossi (LI) and Nix Nixon.
on. Nixon. f ,,, .'",- "'" 't
Detroit ','''"''',, 000 010 100,1 7 2
Kansas ,C.--- z 000 021 Ilx..-7 12 1
-'''Shaw (04), Valentinettl,:,Presks.
and Hogan. -, t
.
,-, Burnefle ,(1-0)-e- Grni011- 4 n d'
House. ,, .z-- ;-
,
Baltimora?' k 000 020 010 0-3 7' 1
BOStOn ; :000 010 010 14,,, t I
Pappas; Zuverink, O'Dell 1.1)
and Triandos, Ginsberg.,, ., ,. 0,,
, ,?. fornieles ,(11) and White. ".' .-: ..'
, -,.1 1.- ,. ,,,t ,, ,,,---,r, '' .' --i,,F1 '''
", NoW;York at Washingtari,,( ast.,
Pon04 rain). ', ,' .. ,

1; Rudolph, Fischar, ;
and Battey, Lollar r
iossi (1-1) and Nit.
000 010 100,2 2 ;
000 021 Ilx-7 12 1
Vatentineftl,:,Presks,
Garnianfr a n d,
100 020 010 0-2 '1, 1
100 010 Olt 1-4
4 .4, t'
,
verink, O'Dell J.1)
, Ginsberg.,,
.0) and White. ".'
it Washington. t ast.,
' ;

- ,

,
;'1
f:
.v1!'n:',i::' 6
'211'fr,!.
40
r:;
Hi....'1' D 0 EL'i''.,.

I r r



.1,
1
7 U !I ,

- " trz,

, TA : 2.1

..11Em

ooailm am,

41"

if

a ap
anue

- EDITOR'S NOTE: When Jew Jewett
ett Jewett 'Rilward 'takes the 'trod, t,
co,favorite in the Kentucky Den
Intr Ma the colt will have be..
hind him the glamour and strong
,
hand of his fabled owmr,,fArs.
Elizabeth Arden Graham, who la:
examined in this first of three
dispatches. ,,' '

!,By JIMMY BRESLIN. A.;
LEXINGTO N, Ky. (NEAr-',,
: Mrs. Elizabeth N.
GrahamElizabeth Arden in the
world of better ,faces and figures
was 'saying."If he only would
listen.-, If I, .pnly cotild ,get bim in
m bands and have him stay, at
the cottage and let ..,us develop
, him." 0 ,.,-"
Mrs. Graham WaS '"
ly and excitedly, beg voice rising
, and lowering to a whisper and
' each time she mentioned Manuel
Ycaza, a 23-year-bld jockey from
Panama, she'd clench ber fists
and hold them up., ,-
On May 3, Ycaza- will 13robab 13robab-
- 13robab- ly ride' one cil her three Maine
, Chance Farm candidates in the
Kentucky Derby. He was to have
- ridden the probable' co-favorite,
Jewel's Reward, but Mrs. Drs.
ham .replaced shim with Eddie
Arcaresafter losing the Flamin Flamin,,
,, Flamin,, go because of Manuel'', riding
tactics.

,.
t
--Der
..lfcaz;,To'Ge
1
in -2



ringer

, ii...
1 ,-,...,------....,-...,--..----,.......,,...,-...................,,,,....,,,,,,.. ,,,,,,---...,.....--.1
-., ?,..1HE WINNAML-Jewel's Reward has brought' an exultant Mrs. Elizabeth Arden', Graham i
,- ---, to the whiner's circle oftener than any of the many fine horses the cosmetics queen has
,..,,,,,., owned . and for more important money. The son of Jet Jewel had plenty of run left hi ,
.: ilini. after the Viood Memorial,at litMAICAL The Jockey is Eddie Arcaro, the trainer Ivan Parke. '. 1
. .

'179 IT

t, -z Wrestling with anyykitut of-Itus
sian problem can be a most frus frustrating
trating frustrating experience, as John Fest
er Dulles has learned. Today our
' amateur wrestlers youst ', know
how the old pro of the State De De,
, De, partment feels. They haven't been
able to, get any place with them,,
' either.. 1
In the finale of ,,g series of team
matches which began a week ago
, In Oklahoinaf the Soviets made it
four for fouv at',,the New ;York
AC last week Thursday night. On
' this occasion the visitors bad $0MG
-thing extra going for them. Mi Mi,
, Mi, hall Menshikoy, their ambassa ambassadee
dee ambassadee to the United States, 'was,
, Iong with his lady, a xingsider.
' .. The club-gym was -packed to
- overflowing and hundreds 'were
.. turned away. It was the -, first
1 time during the tour that curiosity
, In the Soviet grun and groaners..
,,,, who neither grunttor groan but,
rather are grimly dedicated...play dedicated...played
ed dedicated...played to standing room. In Norman,
for instance, the University of 0-
, klahoma arena, was less than half
, fillet , ,, .
Before' the disciplined :acrob let
re.
. began the SoviPt team 4 le der
. speaking through an interpreter,
expressel 'gratitude for the friend
ly, sporting manner in which the
Itusskies have been received here
and as memento presented
the host clot) with an urn, the
design of which moved an appre appre'
' appre' bensive member of the Dress cores
to comment that it looked mighty
like the original sputnik.
,, The ambassador seemed to fol follow
low follow the aeon with lively interest,
, anolauded frequently And noddld
with elaborate aonroval when Ter Terry
ry Terry McCann of Tulsa outscOred ban ban,
, ban, tPnv'eight ValAimar Arsenyati for
, the lone American triumph of the
ni ,v'''. 4 t '
. Menslukors features spread In
, ri4e nroloariPo smile when th,
crowd vocally 'disnutel the deel deel,
, deel, to,--v 1,""4. t'nennIR Mtn Peek Peek.
. Peek. mlAnn the 17-pouid class. thereby
, Inolcating his nnderstandinet, if not
. accentance. of one of our. finer
traditior4. nig was the only time
d,&,g ttio frir,.m II" imeee
cable ilecorum 'fly! not prevail. .,
--,,,,-,.............yorKt al h ,,.--IA, ,,,,.1600.000P.
' We were hiformel non of 6;
Russian wrestlers spoke or read
.

.Dammitt If he only would let
ine manage, she said.
Elizabeth Arden Graham is like
this most of the time when she
is. around la' race track. She ts
going to have at, least two horses
and perhaps' three (Jewel's Re.
ward, Jet's Alibi, Ebony Pearl) in
the Derby and she'll be in charge
of them as' surely as she is the
queen' ,beauty when she swirls
through the red 'door- entrance to
ber famed, salon at 591,Filth Ave Avenue
nue Avenue in New York.
z
OP ALL THE PEOPLE concern concern,
, concern,
ed, withf this year 5,, awl tor the
Itosev in Louisville ,none is se
strong.willed and efiergetiCi and
unorthodox around It track ". as
Mrs. Graham.,
k 'Under her, traineers, grooms
and jockeys come and ,go casuil casuilly.'
ly.' casuilly.' The best available count on
the'''. number of trainers she has
employed reaches more than 40.
Some, such as George M. Odom,
lasted -nnly a day or two., Jockey
Walter -Blum received a S'25,000
contract a year ago, rode one horse
and won disfavor with ..theboss.
He was fired and settled his con contract
tract contract for 415,000.,.-,4,,,,
.,To her, a horse is't baby which
should be petted and loved and
treated gently. When people insist
on treating them likehorses
hie begins.

English. They had. come at an in
opportune time, scf perhaps, it was
just am well. ConceiVably some of
the current newspaper headlines
might have aroused certain mis misgiving.'
giving.' misgiving.' 'Living costs soar!, "WI
.7:employment grows.. "Truman
trges tax cut."' And, on a ,more
serious note, "Fans grieve 'over
loss of Giants and Dodgers.;
Stark incredulity-most assuredly
would havei been their reaction to
the baseball item. Nothing like that
could possibly happen in the work
ers' paradise.,11 Stoneham and V.'
Mallev moved. it vieuld be, in the
direction of Siberia. If the teams
needed help comrade Khrushcbe
would 'give them Mantle, Musial
and Williams:, Just like' that.
, Tyranny, of course, is abhorrent
to any freedom-loving American
yet 'sive suspect the exereise of die
tatorial action in this instance
would have beep popularly support-'
el. bp-wrathful fani on either -side
of the bridge. This is hardly the
time to' argue democracy is not
without imperfection. especially,
as Harlem and Flatbush, sees it.
, Me'se -of
Vie Cotild 'not have heed listen listening
ing listening Intently. The matches over
daPPer Dan Ferris, foreign editor
of the AAU monastery of the si
mon pures, was -discussing future
itsnects of the exchange program.
"Their weight lifters will be ove,
here ta meet ours next, mont 1
in the Garden," ?
' Somehow we misunderstood hirt
to say shop lifters. Out of an in
corrigible subconscious had COMI
a reminder of the London dense.
ment-store incident when tour
ing Soviet gal athlete had walk i
ed out, tvith mess of millinery
unpaid for.
Our apologetic regret went in
one offended ear and out the oth
e ten. mt.. Ferris continued
"The program reaches its peak
in Julv when we send to Moscow
a track and field team of 44 men.
22 women to compete in mOor e
vent.M", 1 ,
, We asked If Passing, the bucl
woplot bg one of Ahem.
1".171, Ferric exclisel himself, F,
unrwvliw'e ,blixiness else
where., We lOve rnore darn int
erviewes that way.

"Everybody in racing uses mc mctal
tal mctal picks to clean out hoofs," an
old Maine Chance groom says.
"We had to use wooden ones for
her. She was afraid we'd 'hurt
the horses, Wooden ones were no
good so we waited until she was-
n't around ,and did what we pleas,
ed." ''-' ' 4
, ,Mrs. Graham has rubbed a
horse's leg herself. And she insista
"that -her brands, of fate creams
and lotions, he rubbed pnto "het
babies,"I as she -calls them, in.
stead -of nasty,' and old-fashioned
liniments. 1,
"She is like, d'mothee'keith horse.
es," Sunny Jim Fitzsimmons said.
"What happens, in a reed is never
their fault." -., ','
4, 'L.,
YOU COULD SEE THIS the daY
!ewer. Reward' rgOoridecr to Ar.
caro's' whip at the three-sixteenth
pole and came down Jamaica's
stretch to outstep a- horse called
Noureddin and Win' the Wood.'
, When the colt had ben saddled
in the paddock, Mrs, Graham look look'
' look' ed at hini anxiously, 'then said,
' "I wish they' would walk 'hitt.' He
Is so nervous standing here.' He
dilikes racing just nOW He was
hit too much the last time."
She walked over,and put a white whitegloved
gloved whitegloved hand on Arcaro's elbow
and began talking to him about
how the hnrse would be ridden.
, Ivan Parke, the trainer, and Ar..
caro just listened. There is, when
you are around her, something a about
bout about the strong Graham Personal Personality
ity Personality that does not induce differencee
of opinions. ,
This As woman-who came te
New York from Woodbridge, Ca-1
nada-, in 1906 as Florence Nightin Nightingale
gale Nightingale Graham, a nurse. From there
she built st cosmetics firm that
Is a household name and now, pur.
nortedlyjn her,late 601s, she. is a
better recommendation! for ,, her
business.' than all the four-iolor
Vogue spreads her ad denartnient
can muster. Blonde, stylishly dres dresaed,
aed, dresaed, sho looks about 45. ;
Mrs. Elizabeth N. Graham may
give trainers the shudders and bot
er -veteran jockeys to the point
where they smirk, but she
doesn't leave much room for argu argument.
ment. argument. She Is a self-made million millioniress
iress millioniress end in jewel's Reward she
has a horse 'which might give her hersomething
something hersomething money never did buy
Kentucky' Derby victory. t
tillatever
Happened to .;.
-
' TONY CANZONERI
Tough Tony', Canzoned
won three different world boxing
titles in his 15-year career and
the lightweight title twice. TOtlY
defeated Benny s Mass for the
featherweight crown in1928, three
years after he started all a pro.
He kayoed M Singer in one round
ta become lightweight king in
1930 and a year later won the
juniori, welter title, a crown '-no
longer in existence.' Tony finally
lost his lightweight title on a de
cision to Barney Ross in 1933 and
was. beaten in a return a few
months laterBut 'when Ross
tired Tony won back' the cham championship
pionship championship in 1935 and held it for a
year, Ile finally retired ba 1939,
three years after being dethroned
for the last time.,
,Whatever happened to, Tony
Canzoneri? After several years as
an entertainerf Tony,. now 51, has
openeda, new restaurant of his
ovm in New York City.' 7,

ance

LOS ANGELES (UP)-4, iltetbrd
ing to matchmaker George ar,
nassus, plans are "well ad advanced",
vanced", advanced", to bring world bantam bantamweight
weight bantamweight "chatnplon 'Alphonse Hall Hallmi
mi Hallmi of Algeria to the U.S. for an anIther
Ither anIther title fightprobably against
the winner of a bout between
Mexico's Raton Macias,,andTo Macias,,andToluca
luca Macias,,andToluca Lopez. In Ills firqt titie Ofb,
.1nse in this. country de defeated
feated defeated Macias.

!I

"11
1 1

c.)
ler k-i

'acce Gr Er!:

P.P. Horse Jockey St. Comment 04ds
ist Race "special" Imp. A Fes. Purse $650.00 Pool Cieser1:00
. ist RACE OF THE DOUBLE

1Pepin F. Alvarez 105 Has shown nothittg 50-1
2Aviadora H. Sales 112 Speedy newcomer 2-1
3Now Then R. Gomez 105 Hasn't shown much. 20-1
4Zutphen F. Justiniani100xBrief early, speed 50-1
5Cindertrack F, Sanchez 103x;--Could surprise 10-1
6oVitage - Baez 105 Reportedly improved 10-1
7Sober View- A. Credidio 100 Will score soon 5-1
8-6Boytore Spring A. Reyes 105 Showing improvement w 4-1
9(Pasatiempo R. Cristian 108 Retttrns from layoff 'EWEN
10(Emily Mari ',11. Ruiz 112 Should beat these EVEN

2nd Esti 7th Sot: los Imo. 5 Fos. Pursi 5400.00 Pool Closes 1:30
2nd ,EACE OF THE DOUBLE
,
1--Dawiziong B. Baeza 115 Jockey may help t 8-1
2Tiny Brook E. Ortega 104 Longshot specialist .10-1
3Coronation Day J.Phillips 105 Usually close up 3-1
4 ';--Fifito A. Credidio 108 ,Could get up here : 5-2
5Persiflage :S. Carwaja1115 Distance to -liking 4-1
6Achieved H. Ruiz 103 --Brief early speed 10-1
7Violin Viejo O. Chanis 113 fight it. out 4 3-1
8Miss P.' F. Alvarez 108 .Rates good chancil : 3-2
9(Rutilante. .5 A. Reyes.R. 112 'Form indicates ,;
10(Riscal A,. Alfaro 101x Last two were Door. '3-2

.......
FIRESTON
OtIDGT4

Ill" V tAt 1' I!! !:!!','AY:.-';'".-'...
.

44.

1Dawniong B. Baeza
2Tiny Brook E. Ortega
3Coronation Day J.Phillips
4'-'-Filito A. Credidio
5Persiflage S. Carvajal
6Achieved H. Ruiz
7Violin Viejo O. Chanis
8Miss P.' F. Alvarez
9(Rutilante., A. Reyesit
10(Riscal A. Altar

3rd Race s'E-II" Natives Fes: Purse $37500
f 4r,, ONE TWO

1Radical B.' Aguirre 108 --Early speed only ;
2-81anquita A. Credidio 112 ....Gets real test hero
3Pichoto Justinitani rit Brief early speed
4Black Bee H. Gustines 100 Jockey will help.
, 5Toxic' J. Talavera 104 Form indicates
6Golden Wonder E. 'Dario 104 Rates good chance -
7Damadura Ruiz 105 Would pay nice oddif

4th Race "H" Natives Furionsi Purse- 0373.00 Pool Closes 2:30
' t;,. QUINIELA & I

Pequefio
2Don Manuel
3qiimpleo
4Don Luis
lon y
6Guaeamaya
7Noticion
11Folletito
9Nacho
1.0(Avispa

Sth Race "Non
,
14-Pi Iluelo
2TuU Fri
3Mococoa
4,Mirna
5Dol Vito
6Titita ,'
7:(Mohicono
8(Silverio
1

,
1Goliat
2Ionias Pet
3Segador
4Lark
5-1tiotoug
SPhillipipon
7Gay Legenc
8Nedrey t

E. Ortega 102 trFair effort' in last ,'
J. Talavera 115xShould be close ,up
G. Rivera 110 --Nothincto indicate
Baeza 108 Can run; fractious
J: Phillips 110 Last.was excellent
A. Reyes.R. 105 .Not good' enough
F. Alvarez 112. Improving steadily'
Gustines 110' Porm indicAtes
F. Sanchez 199x Bad trailer in last
'A. Credidie 103 tNothing In months
.

6th Piece "Special" tmp. Fes. Purse $650.00
-1 .1st RACK OF THE DOUBLE

7th Race Sth Sartes' Pet: Note $500.00 Pool Closes 4:10
- 2nti ,RACE, THIS ,,, A

1Empire Cross O. Chanis 110
2,Distingo : A. Vasquez 118
, 3Lobo ) C. Ruiz 108
3Grand Finish B. Aguirre 110
5Blue Sky Reyes.R. 105
6Mikel 113., Baeza 110
,1Cypress Bull 11. Gustines 108
8Cartillero J-. Phinips 108
0(Tonacio F. Alvarez 115
10My Friend E. Julian 110
,

ith Rocs 2-yr.-old Colts Non,W S'Iturts $65010 Pool
- .,QUINIELA

1Florete A. Credidio
2Pocas la's H. Guatines
3-13odegon ,, H. Salsa
04,-Licenciado t C Bovil
5De Un Ga lope 13.,Baeza
6Sicalm IR Aguirre
7Ramo A. Altar

115 Jockey may help
104 Longshot specialist
105 Usually close up
108 ,Could get up here here115
115 here115 Distance to -liking
103 ...Brief early speed
112 Will fight it, out
108 ,Rates good chance
112 Form indicates
101z Last two were pool

, -
-Winners's Nat. 4 Purse $300.00 Peel Closes 1:00
. E. Ortega 105' For plow work, maybe :100-1
A. Oredidio 110 -.Impressive workouts 3-1
, A, Allaro 103xHas shown nothing 50-1
3. Talavera 105x.Waste of time 100-1
' A. Heyes.R. 110 Not against these 10-1
'Atuirre 110 Keyhaven-Glory'sAce 3-2
Raeza 112 Tamesis-Sensitiva EVEN
G. Rivera 112 Keyhisven-Oerta H EVEN
..0 4

A 8,1faro 102xtOng overdue 1 '
'A. Vasquez 112 ,,,-ReportedlY improved
A. Gonzales 108 ,--Could make it here
J. Talavera 105x zFailed-1n last
-; C. Bovil 105 Good early speed
A., Credidio 110 Could be ,upsetter
Gustines 110 Knocking at door
Cristian 113, to beir,,bere
,

,
105 Apparent l a lemon 1 ,,30-1
115 Has good workouts r. 7 4-1
108 Improving steadily 3-2
115 'Unknown quantity 10-1
110 tast wait revealing -2-2
115, Could be upsetter : 5-1
107xNot ready yet 25-1

i.Mil.teMonsii10MONINO

9th Race 4th Series Imp. 7 Fps. Purse 00E40 Pool a
, ONE TWO'
1.--;Colifato t A.' redidio 10 '4-Begging for test
2Affiliation O. R. Vatiquer 11V ,-;Could surprise ",
3Thunderstreak Sales 110 ";,-Longshot specialist
4-LPlateado : R. Cristian 110 '--Back in top form
5--Heroico ', .1. Rodriguez 115 .Seems., "sure' thing"'
Pibe Lind E. Dario 103 Must go lower
7E1 Agbeile. H. Ouinet 103 runnerup-
8Cervecero H. uil 101' --Vastly ;Improved

Id b
1Canterins B. Baezii 11 ou score ere
2King 'Ir. Hidalgo 112 -'-, Nothincin Montbri
3Play, Boy ', V. Castillo 115 Could be runnerup
4Silver Heels H. Gustines 110 ftght to- finish
5,Tiztano H. Ruiz 110 -L-Lesti doesn't count

,

Poll Closes 2:00

10-1
2-1
25-1
2-1
3-2
4-1
8-1

- 10-1
- 5-1
5-1
2-1
4-1
30-1
' 5-1
3-2
50,1
-' 504

4-1
,10-1
3-1
' 5-1
' 4-1
10-1
, 3-2
,;-21

Aiming for payoff' v. 15-1
...Form indicates 3-2
...Usually'. fractious ; 30-1
Will fight it out ' 5-2
...Distance handicaps ''' 10-1
Usually- close up 3-1
Has strongest finish 2-1
,Distance suits style -, 15-1
Must imnroire more -10-1
Nothing in months , fo-1

504
5.1
104:
: S-1
.1.2
50-1

10ih Race' 5th Series Imp. 11 rgs. Purse $500.00 Peol Closes MO
1Canterina r B. Baezi 11i "-Should ISC0111 here' EVEN
2King ' 'F. Hidalgo 112 m0nths'l, No -254 'i
3Play. Boy ', V.- Castillo 115 -i-Could- be runnerup 1-1,
4Stiver Heels H.' Gustines 110 4-In' fight finish : ;3-2 I
5,Tiziono H. Ruiz 110 -4isti doesn't ;ount 5-1

llth Race Series Imp., 7 ills. Purse $00.00 Peel Clews! t:05
1.---Maria guard?) le."Alvaret 105 Has 'Strontfinish -- 5-1
' 2Sabotage B. Baeza 115 Seems best ,bere ,,, 3-5
3Amah R. Cristian 112 --Rates good chance 5-2
4Introctuction 03. 'Aguirre 110 -1.!,-Not against these -;
5Coral A. Mar '102 Must go- linver 20-1
6--(Kensington ',, G. Sanchez 115 -'-Returns In 'good shape: 2-1
7--(Don Dant A. Valdivia 113 --Good,early speed, 2-1

10.

LE

It "ma T r; in
t k

,
5700 MATERIEL MIX MASTERS
Teams W L
Gutter Rats ', 7 7
Smith Corona 6 2
Master Misses ,, 5 3
Remington Rand .4 4
Sparks r- 4 4
Snarks, Overdues Mint 2
A new bowling league bat pop.
ped up on the lanes. A league of
refugees from Albrook Air Force
Base. Refugees, because they do
not operate from their home
base : Albrook, but. display their
kegling talents at Clayton enter.
- Gutter Rats 4 Blinds
The' rodents gnawed their way
to the league lead. The (Blinds
set a trap' for the Gutter (Bowl (Bowling
ing (Bowling and not street variety) with
a juicy 43 pin handicap bait., And
the Rats took the bait, the games,
Points and the tBlinds were lucky
toescape with their' hides. The
Errs were few 'and far between,
Phil Guyor of the Blinds blind blinded
ed blinded the' opposition 'with .552 a n d
Pierce Newton of the rodenta
bed an even 500.
' Boyd trothirs 3
.' l" Remington Rand 1
With teams balanced In ,the av-,
erages, the battle of the office
machinery Was far from being a
silent affair. The Smith Corona
of Boyd Brothers typed out a 3
to 1 verdict. The (BSC had plen plentr
tr plentr of deluxe models, Bert e n d
Grace Moskowitz celebrated with
501 and 513. Jim, Mingin 523 and
Harry Rouge 501' For the Rem RemIngton
Ington RemIngton Rand, the three' males did
the, hely work. Rua s AArnold
Bob Jacques 400- and
Claude Hays 511,
Master Misses 3 Overdue' 1
:The:Overdue! spotted the Mas Master
ter Master Misses 23 pins, but the han handicap
dicap handicap played no part, in tht re re,
, re, 'mitt of the ittimes, hut gave the
Master Misseg the TP ,,counter
For tthe Overdue' foive were still
overdue when the night wag o over,.
ver,. over,. beemige only one Roy Nick Nickolds
olds Nickolds 'tabbed; 530, 'and the same
tolliU was tone for' the Master".
and Don Hocut helped himself
to that.

, Swks claPhil 1
ThP,S1,1(1 ei.toce't tha sinking
narka 3,to LThe fleet that the
$narks were giving away 45 pine
did not dpter them' because" in
three' of the four nointa thev PH.

'rhe blaze-faced four-year old.
Chilean-bred son 'of Bromazo-Heroica
galloped to At ridiculously
easy victory in a lower bracket
last Saturday.- His time war so
good that he is expected to ,,rel"
peat in this Much stronger group
without much trouble.- -
Scheduled to oripsite fo "'hefty
sprinter are Confabs, Affiliation
Order, Thunderstreak, 'Plateado,
Pibe Lindo, El Agheilt and Cer-,
vecero. 1
Plateado, a winner lad week;
Affiliation Order, second to the
classy As You Like Her;' El 4-
gheila, second to Polo. Magnetic
his previous time out, and vastly
improved Cetvecero shape up as
the ones most' likely to ,spring an
Julio Rodriguez, Who recently
has changed ihis "watchful wait waiting"
ing" waiting" tactics, 'will do the booting
on Heroic. Ruben Vaiquez will
have the leg up on Affiliation 'Or-,
der, Cristian Rebolledo wilt guide
Plateado and hustling Heliodoro1
Gustines will be aboard E12-,Agheile-
, -'
Weak-armed Hector Ruiz has
been assigned tliemount on CerVe CerVecero.,
cero., CerVecero., Hector Sales, the Chilean
newcomer who has failed, to
Dress in his first week of competi competition,
tion, competition, will attempt to improve a.
board Thunderstreak, Pibe Lind,
which win hove rmilio riario
um and Colifato, svill be
ridden by ,Amador .Credidio." ap appesr
pesr appesr to be hooelessly, outclassed
and will go off the rank outsid outsiders.
ers. outsiders. ).
A 'race that should be' Ipterest
ing is the fifth for native maid maidFour
Four maidFour 'promising !Halite thor

For the ,sn-ricing Sugrk4 wsa
P damsel that sparkled:, Marie
Case with 521. Laurel Ilays 513
and Vince Sante 11 507 glittered at,
so.' The Snarles Sword. Earl by
mime sizzled a 507 and Jim' WiL

,, V., 1 tInAgs. as,As.aum UV. aiu
ed up', a substantial tr, advantagc 1 liams ,wentwith. 506..

!!',11,,'r"7:!!'!""Mr.7!!7.7.7771,7'.

(-1

0

Affiliation Order, Plateado;',,
El ,Main Contenders

,
Gabriel Ossa Vicua's promising Chilean coif'
, Heroico, an easy winner his last time out, b expect.
ed to be an odds-on mutuels favorite to make it two
straight tomorrow afternoon in, the featured $600
seven furlong sprint for fourth- series imported
thoroughbreds.

o

&.111111.

oughbreds will make their debut,
here. They are Mohican, Silverity
'Mita and Tat Fruti- AU are Iwon
year-olds.
Mohican, it bay son of. Tame.'
sis-Sensitiva, will go in an entrY,.
with the impressive SilVerio,, who
is an offspring of Keyhaven-Cer,
ta' H. They will carry the colors
of the Eleta brothers Harass San,
Miguel. Leading jockey 4 Braullo
Baez, will ride )Mohicano 'while'
Guillermo Rivera will do booting
the on Silveri. ..t it is
Titita, a well atveloped
sister of the unbeaten Janina; it,
Keyhaven out of Glory's ,- Ace.,
Bias Aguirre will handli; the therein"
rein" therein" on Antonio Torchia's impres impressive
sive impressive chestnut fully.
Fruti, a big brown daugh,.
ter of Admiral Lea out of Double',
Maze, has been turnino in smile".
Impressive workouts. She is oWn oWned
ed oWned by' the Victory Stable and
trained by Alberto A. Arias ,Es-
phlosa. -
Another added attraction Is. the
nightcap in which President ; of
the- Renublie Classic aspirant
botaje II will match strides a-
gainst the speedy Kensington' and
unbeaten Amah.
Eight ether prospective thriller'
are included on an 4 attractuvP
card. :

CONRAD

, ,.
'1Posotiompo () Aviadoro
2ituti hint (f), Violin Iriie

X-.7r (Mt
11-4g 0104 o
Aohicane le)
6Nedroy
7Cypress Bull
IIDeungalops
9-44erolco, ,,,
10Cantorine
11Sabotale II

, Blacititie
Don Luis
, Si Node' (ft)
Gay I esend
Distinge
Badattri
, EI Aphelia;
Si Ivo Heels,
Kensington (e),:

1

.
.. ,...... ....,.............,..................,- -..., 4
.. .. ... .... ... ... .. .. .... .
.
......,,.,...
. ,..... ........... ..
1, :7'.V.....::":',.,..',. :::...!,:::. :,:,,,,..,:.;.7.7,,,i,-,,-.....,;.:,-,...,:,.. ., ..
-'", ,:...,.........-... ...... ... ....
'' ...... .1,11:;i:i-'':::::":.:!"ri:-':'.i...,':,,:':!::
. ,:;::,....,......i,.11. ,...:iT14::,,.,::.-..f.:....;,,:.ii,....::.. ,:7.,4:.;,,..:,.:,;.,.,..., -.,-,'.ii.:'.:',:7.?,::::..,,:,,'.!,...:,:,;,;:4,::.;:.::::,:4...4.,-.4:..kZ;:gl 1 :'.
king. In . -. ,.,.j..,, -,.,..; 7. : :;;.....::;,;..,i..i.V;.::....,,,:.y..:...!....,7...7:,ei..7.Z.ik7::,:17-,....,;:1,'7.:..:i!..:.,,:i.':1::::::,.1...-,:4:;',,,i;:,.. .',;,..,:ii:.:::',!1',::::-..K.,:f:-.F!,::,::744::'!-,7:.:::::;,.:::0...1;,f.i.i;?...,......::,.i.:;iii..1,,:.:-...,:',::. ,,, 't .... -..
won the ',, ,,, ., .,., ........ .. ; ; ;,1 .f; ';:- ..-.'' !'.. ', 1 '.' .7 :,.::'...-'.':;.:.....:::.-......:t ii......t"tOisit:3:.:.'3U'ik::::::7!:.4...:V4.7.:t:.:::....:;.;:1:.;.,::'::!..:.:::::1:n:.:.;':.K.;::..:;4.6Yi.,...::;tA.:..:::.4;g!..::..f.::.1,..g.:, '' :! .:
rrown ',,no -.' .; ' 'i ,.. -: ; A r n 1
ly. finally ,.. ... p ik 1 I II I I
' Fl '' : ; '::::.;;....:::.;:":'.:;::1 !':! :,.-,:-::,,.iii:1;;::1;...!.::-ii':::1;.':::1;;;:Ii.,!;'-l':i'17:.::::;,!1?,:;'',..;':;,:.'17'..:::$:,;:,!:',.:7,-,':1.:1.7-,Iii::','..-;;:::;1',,;i...-i.',....:.!ii.:,'7,,,:::::7,1..',.;l:,..,'....i.:,...'.1.:::,'...r..,'!7.,-,.;:::11::.7.1.';::',:,,::;.,i.7.,.:::.:1..,,..):,:-,..:,',.,.I.S..?:',',,,.:,..:..!:,:::.1;,::,.,:-:i..):6:::',4 1.: ', ,f .. ;
on a do. fsitiriliv:"':1: ;it KICA, ,:,:,,.'.', '.:::;;,"!:ii:,1;:::i!::i.iitiiii--'6i..i..:::::)i.i.t..1::::;.i.tii:.::::;;::::!,,,i,,,,I,--i,..::,?::::.1:;::::1!7:,,,:.':t.:.,:ii.::.::,::;:ikl.::::1.1!::g:::::::i?.;;;;-::::::::::o.:ij::,R,i?.:.:.';.g..N;,,,.;:i:::,:.-;:a:i;;;:i;:::::;!t;!.,::...z:1,;:::;:.;.;1!;:::e.:ei..:1 '-',., .E.,
,1933 and ', ', , . '..... i, :. '.. ' ', :. ;.t: :: ','. :?i;.:ili,..,::.4;.':....:-....:,..:.;.4:A::.4...i:..:...:::::.:::il:l1:.:.ii;.;.1.;,.:::.....;.::.:.'.....::i........A:.;',.i.'::';:i7..0:..:;:::'.;.:.:10;-k..:;;;:7;:.::ii!:..i..::;:4:::':''::::;:.V:,.';''':.:-..f.,.. :,::'::..::-.::...E:t;;:; : .t.
a a feW ,r'; wq.; .,:, ,:44,,- ,'1,' ', ;'7 ...' ",,....,,::--'7'-'..O'''.;:'-':-- .:7, .. ., ,:ti:e,;:?.::::P::.',:-:1:,.,..v,.i-:::::::-:;:-,,:::?::,;:::,::::,:;:.,,::;,:::.:1::.:...,,,4:,:.t:v..,,,i,::,,,,,,,i.:.,,,,:i.z::,,Ailimlablefett.;:jr....907.::::,1::-i,!:,:,;:::, .. ,$
Ross le- -',7 -, ..,, .. ,' -.. '
l ..:' r .1. ''..' '..1'. '''..-'.....4, ''' '' !..; r -.: ..-;:.f.;";'11::i,::".s..".6iiiii::itlteea:'''ia''.''..i!''''.:1.,".-k.:.:4!h.Pli:":,1''''L''.,:':":-.;..'".:'".:..::.7.!:.!...7,,,77...-..-,,,,..;.::.:--.:.::':::A--.:'...,i".,..:',,'.....''.-..V:'-,-:!!:;:l':..:".::';-.1 :. t.:. '.. '-
le 'chant. .. .- .1. -' ':-''' '' -,---....' -' '; '.. 'l ., ". -::..:,.;;..'.,...............::::::.;::::,.:,-:,,..ii,f,i.;-::.';',::.:..,:;,::..!54.'!7''.'3'.;!7'.';',..,:',...i.:.i:4::.::.:';:.;::,::.:.'''''::::::"';'4:,;?:'..T.:ii":..".:5-"..:.''''''':''''":.::'':'.::,:i::,4,::::: -;
1 It for a .:-. : o", r ..-1 i 17,7:;":: 4
In ..1939, ...;..
,
.i i' : :.::;,.;;;;,,::,4". 4;-t.i....ti.:112l.p.)etJ117,.:.::::.:::7:t.MV,:',:il.::1:7,-.,..:,,k.:,,....,.:..,,:,,;?:::,i,,'.?,,:-.,:::::!:,.,',-::.::?,',:':k:::,:.:k .,. .. :'
' ''''::.::::0.;1::I:::....;:g7;;':.::::',..-N.7:4';li.::.i'v.64:'::'i::';-.:;:k74.::i.:;i,;,.'tl'.'..:.,lterl.ire.Jilatl.s9ti:..,:l'i.i-;:..:!,.1 ,;
dethroned ..1':, :.
.
s
- J .,,, , , ...,,,,....::,,,,,,,,,,....,:.::::.,,,,,,,,.......,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,...,,...,,...,,,....:..,.,,,:,i..,...., ,,k.,.,,,,...4:44.,.,,-..:::.,..:,.,,,..:,,,,-,!.:.:,,.::.,t,,,,,....:,,,,,:::.,.....,:::::.:,.:...;:::.:..,,,,,,:..,::.:...:,..,,.:4:....,..:.-: 4, ,,
r
..,- ,. .. ... -,,. ....,,....,,::x.:,,,,,,:.:.:;,,.,:..," A. ;:,...-...,:,,,,,,,:::,,,,,,,,,,,.,;,:i.,;;:i....,,,.,,,,,A,:,:,,:-,,:...,....1.........,:;.,-.,..:.,.:i...,:::-:.K:,,,,-,,,::::.,,,::::::,,,.....:::.,,.:.,...,..,.,.,:,......:-.,:.::-,:.....,-,......,...,,..,,............,.,,.1 1,,
1 years as ,.. irk ; ., eir 7,LAJF ;, 'T,,':lk ; :,.iii.;:.:,-....-,.:!,i?,,,-.2:.:-:Ni:f,..!,y.::..?,:::.,;:t.q.::;!1::.A...:,,-.,..1:1,.;:.;...?:,.:, ,;.,,,:,..,:..::;,:::,,,.:!-:,.:::,...:;::i,.:::-.?...,:::::::.:..::'::::':::,...,;-::'::.:-...,::;,::.:::-,.. .)
w .01, has : I w4-,';f.. t "flu J wt ,:;,,,,,41 .,, ,.-,- ,,":0 '-' 1:g:;:,,::' ::-.14,10,.N:'.;:;:.;:-4:.:.,.:r:,:::::::-,:,.:.".:.-..:i:.:::,n',':::71 :'.:, '''':,:::;,:-;:, '':,::!::),-', ,J,:,'i':'',:',V:,..::,-4 !' .:
it of his ". -..,,,A t''''4'r..'1 ,:, k..;ii7 .. ; '.4444'.7, '' Pi-1,,m, "Vali .,' ''.',It 1,....4 :. ,. ,:s...::.:.,.:',::
- 1 i - 1:'
'' '''' '' '..; 1K:7:3A J'Z3 Urs:; CA:S f:1. u 6' ."!'''' "'"I'. '::::'':::?i' ,: :'' :';': .:f: '" I I ':' ) '' 1 .: '''::'-' ..' l'
Y...4 .....n.(' q
4',-, ,,,,- ..stas .. : '. -1, ,k i ,,1.- of::OVZ.T:t oplitl ',.. -,.:., ;::!:::,;,: --.7:: ::-c, 1 ..., ( ,......::....,, ,,,, 1 : :. ;- ....:
. 0 .:4x: .. ..,
., i Aetorl ..i.':" ,. --. tsfLO ', sivI'''" -'74 rs-- ,,,,, 4- ... , -,..;-:::-.::,. .... ; -:,;--.,,..;, .,..: ,-,::.::.,..,,:-i.- 2.- -i,. -:1-L .-.:: -.;.:,:::,:,,----- -, ,,:,
. .,.., .,.. .1.4,..) 4 -,,A--44. rx:mlitcta -,4....atuts 4 ,-:,,,,,.-:-...-::.,.iI::.;J--i: .--:,.-:-a k .::...:-.., 1 .,,..-s. sir-N, .--,-,--. ,4.:-.:--:!--.. :.:-,-,-; ,,..:.,,,.............:,.:;.:-,.,-,-,:.:.:::.;::,-:;;--.:,... ,,.-
5rge,,.rar, 4,:i ,.- rl - , g,.,--;,, ,-. :.;.degst ----pi, i
-,, :::,.:1:,';::' :t:z ,..4:::.. :,4::::::,::::..:,,...:',:::::,::;-,,::::::g!:;,....:::,-,i::,;,:....,:;:.:,,.....:,..ii:;...;.:,!:,:,:,:::::,...::::,,:..3:g::::::,,.::.:;;;,;....i!:::,i,::::i. .: ,:',.
well :; Ad- '1 .,,,t- ',, 0.4:.t..144b atio. '611-,., '0 1 ,, :I ,, t-.... ,',.',...::-:'.,.,.,' ..,..';.::.::1:......,,V4-;,'.--;,?::';:5:;..:-:-...'.,:''.-::.;;;.,,':., ;.,:. ,:::f' :,: ':'":,,. : ;...4:1;:'i,::-,.'....:-,,:,-:,,:..-..;:',:::::,....;.:.'.,. ,.' 11.:
1. bantam- , -- --". it-- 7 tt.-,31,'" l t :,:,:::, i,
nse, Hall- I ,. 7,-- 6.-4 A oNt, : ?. ..-,.,::;:.;:,.,.,;4,i-..;.:.,-).;4::::,, ,.:,. ,:. . .... ,.,,:.:::,;...,,,:,...,.,,:,,,,:...,:..7,:..s...-.....,...:. ....: .......................... ,!,..1 i : ..
If. :0- a
..
S. for an. ,, ., .., .

Jo
IN,
a--- .. , - ,-.,....,',-.-7f...i'ilig...... H...' i'''..1.:.
, .
between ''': .-. ni
LL,...t lilt AhttLliSit.........'...',,-.1. 1; ;:::TrA.1111-rf..M.1t! - ,. -,, r ...,, ., ,,, .. . .. ,.
.:.,sod. To. ',,.,'..,:,,',...;,'.. toil Al 4- 11,1
, .,, li.'fik,,(,;.;,,,,,:.... -, ......, , .. . .....
,, ,..
r
.:......b'S''.'.1.'SAFEST,':::TI1114. .::.':11,,".;:',1-.....7',::::',:7.:;,:'.:-....,:.'::..,,7......-:;?!,.:,..:.:!:,..,,,:;.:.,:::.L....,... .. t ...
,
aliml de- :- ,, .... ., ., .: ,' 7 ''' ,' ' .....,......,
,
. ,. .. , , ,
,. .
. L. , ,
. ,
. ,
, -,, ,, ,, , . ..
,--,

,

'dere
Bei
-Luis
0' ()
'send
,tingo
Moon
141
'2' 1

ner prospective tnnuers
led on an 4 attractuv,
,

'Racetrack Tips;

Imam tlinnall: nvt ,-onm 1 1 nv

1 Irics tarttil 1 I For the ,on-rIcIre Sogrkit wfot1 5Mehicane fel

-
, 1 t; theni:;be,eillise'trt so: The. Snalys Sword. Earl 1)1 !:Moroicf,, 7, :

,1011 77, nultainage; 'lams outk 011-4111)0718 II
, 31 : .1 '!' -":

' ; .(

, ,
1":1'!.:rM'!"r"'",
. : :: t
:

--- ----
, :, !;;;,:.
, I --,
,
: pool closes 4.10
-

I

I 1
, A I

1
..,,..;.::::::::....,..,,,;;;;;.!::::.....,.....,;xo:,..!...:...:::if....?...c.............,i,:,.,..........................;:,;;K:,?..,..........,:.,..xi,i::,,,:,::,4;,,,:,::.,;-,if,..::;:;:,,:.,!,5,;,:-...,,:.1 1

,
,,', :
1 -,,

I ............................ 1 Ili ;)W al d V;,1

I Vi;::;':,....i',:i;i0E: I I I 41,,::1 11 I I 1,' :.:-::,:ieN:1:',1 .. ,;;- i!

:1; 1 I J,:" I t 1:',i";;,.t fi I :' I ti t - ;

t 1. ::'':..';';.','.,..-).:-:.:.i:-':::':':'::'''''''.4 .i." '
TO 1 R''. '''''''''''''''''''''''::'''"''::::'''':10)2::!::',:."' V.::-N464'.';:!--;::N144:!...V....".....;:Ni.::;: V: : 1r :: 7Nor:;i::::.,..:::...:x::).:iii:.::.;:-.....:: t ... 1
thing in. months ..-: ;....,-. k, ,:,io,:.-,,:.,iiit.',....e...:;::;.: ,!...;-.;,:.., .::..........,:-.i...:..,..,:,,..:-..:, ,.........,,,...::,...,.;.::-..:.:,..,:.,-.-..-",,,...,:..s.,-,.:4A;:,:.....eee....,,,ii..g.,N.,::.?....,::;,..:.:..........;;.;:.;.,;;;.,,......iii;.....6.,..o.,oiii,o,ot.:ei:...,.oeie.4 ..... .0
-'0'.:Ii'' '-'' '' ''''''''-''';;;7 I' .. ;:, .. 11.:Mit.t,:',XiM''):, ,44:i.....e.,',:.;':::',4.:.:-.,i.....!;:..:1,....M;ki';'.....ii;:,.:;j:,.i..,i',:.';',:..:..:7-':.;,.::,:.,:k,1:'' :.A::::.,::,:i....;;;:,..ii.:..1.,.','.,:ii,,i:,:',,,,:4,.:4;i'....g...:.::i.:,i.',..:.,:::::;',..,,,;i::',::::,...iii:::::::::;:,I::::i'i,..,:',.,:',,::::::ki::141 ut,,,,,, ; -,
v '' 4 e.'' . ;.'p'f'' a..A'A' ''''''l :i:::4,:::::;:',.);:::',1;;;',:i.5i;i:'iii',1:1:i:,.:,i6ail.,i:i':iii,',:AY:.i:::.:" :::':i:.,::::::,:.::::::::.;::':,:,4:.:.........,;:-:. ,:...:,.:;,:::i'.:,,'..,,:','.!:,: ..j:::...:!'.11::.4.10fii'..i.',:..::,:2.iiii::::,,q:0,;:ii,:,::::::ii!:-.k.,.,:iig!..ii'..,?,:',:',.::;:iii . ,I
v.Ile $62v110 Peli ?681111 --'1" ';':',.':'?.0:.:;:.Z,'":::::!i',....',11::,,,.i.,:?.:,:g:,-04,;.,.;;;;;:i4: '::::A.,.:?:'::i::-. s, ,::.,,i ..: ,, .i.,V.:k01,.P.::,?,::.:..w:A0,.:,:i,;:i.:::.,?..w".v.iii::::-..i:.,..;,.-..;,.:..a,-..,::..,.;.:,..,J.:...m. ..; . ,
1 , - .F:.:i..:.....:ii..,,:.,.,..:::::.7::1:..:,;:::,,,,Ha'..::"'4':i;:::Ziiii,',:..,::....,.,.t,. ,--, f.: ... '. ':::::,.: -,' ',..:.:::,:i.:.;.i',..::::',.:;.-:,.,:::::',,....:i:.:i:ggi,:,::::!,,'...':A::':.g,:,:g.:,,::::.'..g:;. '', "7 i ....
ppare.,',',': .- ,-:-. ',..t ; '... 4 '.-..-.. ::' I ..,:,i,:.;:,::::'::F:;',::4:::,..':..!ie!,:6;;.::,:e::,',:::Ai.iii:ig '''1400r ..., '''N. ', ' ,..:'''. :,.,,..:.!::',';.'::g;I::.0.,.:.'::.W.,.":b1::.::17.1:.::::::-..:;.!,.'....:...:- 1. l.: :
ntiy a 4emon ,);.... .:,..,30-1. -... 1.,;,..,;ro,:,!::.-1:i,.,;!;:ti,;eaNs0. ...,..,....,:riii; ,: 7 ..... ': : : ,-, :.,:.:::?:.,,g,:.::..:!ii,:..,,,,::.:,;:,:;;;::,::;:,.:..,:f;.::;:iii,:;,..::-: :t
nprovas good workouts ,......, .... 4-1 ?. '':.;!.7.7..'s,,,-.I':',....:i.:::.:.'..N.:..!:;;;',.:;::',.::;,i.,:ii,:;',i ; ,-,, ,,:. ,7:.''' ,' .....;,...; ...:! ,. ','-'1. "!.:.I..;1?...fi'-:',.'.;'.,..:4:,.:.".':;!:,.I'.1i,!i;;....,:.:,......:.:.:..,-..i...:-...:..... .1. i,. '.. ...
nknoNing steadily .2 .,... 3-2 ,.; ::.....;,.:;,--:,'.,::,:::;-.'.,',',W.1--i''''.0?!;:'-g;'':".,:,1 'Y ; ',', '' ,..- 1.4 -t'' ,4''. T-ir'' :.:::.::::..".'''..'4::.:."..":.:):.:':,:t:''.;'.:.:.D:.;''''i-''!.:::',:::. '''' ::
vn. tiiiantity .;.. .. ,..'2'. 12-I ,, -,:?.:;;:i.:::::.::,;:,,::::::::::.:;::::::'.',:,,:: ,:: ,: Fein T tiT
ast was revealing 7 .'Y 7 ii-4 '', 1. ,.::::;::::.i.:':',:,:,:!.,:::::::n':!':$',:li ; .1,
::;,.,45:::::ii! :,,..',...;:a-..,::1 :' .11 ..
DUld- be upsetter ,.. ,'' :".5-1 :;.:i.;i,i:..':'..,:;'.i'''...:' :... ''. ,; ,. ., r ' '' ' ' '' '' ivi-ci- ,- '''''''... -',' ..ii.;.-.:Ofk,sifti',"::: :
ot read y,et '..'''' .''.e". ..;..,- Za71 '': ',,.;.Ti;:i.::A.,.,:;i::',":.1:...;1'"1,. ,, '.,. .. : ATT
:.,,,Bni.' tiflAnur-All '' ;.-?.!::::":,;:;::"::'':,;Ai':::::.,5.;',ii;4;:-:,,---..,-,:-:::- ,.
Ird'i'- , ' -' :,':-:::::-:1';.:::;:!:g';:i;;.':,":!:,V-!: ,: ,-.
4
).1.41': ::$600. ,::..00., 1.:; f.tool.:,..c...,....1..::'.,'"..:::,;:.!.1.-::.01...t',3.1.,.: ;,:'":,.. .,1.'.. ,4....::::;i:.,,i.,.......1.4.:1:........::,...4;;I:.',"71:441;i,':'!;..:1!.:::..4..,.":;'.14...'., ...1:...'..,,....',,,:..,...:::.......,..:.::::L; i... '..,:. ::,' 1,..t1; ep,45,,,,,ii,................H.:,rt.ortitEo,itiit,..11.1,1, ''' .. '....'..-.:-. .::'..i:'!......::::';::::,..::,..:....:......;:.;!::.':::.' i'fi,' .;
- ' ,-' ' i ,;?,'''''''-':':;:'- '.'''-''' '."' '"'.,-' '-' ',' '' ''- ; ''-. ," .....',.';:';i:..:.:'X:,.:.'-:;:-'.:''.-.,: io
- .. -,. :i :;.,... -; '.., 4:1.:.';'::,.,.., '. :;,-. ;' .': : ; ,I ;ro,
bgging for test -,".' :': -.'. 501. ''. ..;',','i!::',.-,4-.: ".-., '.. ............tit' -- .-, , -. : : ii-:;::::',..:::':1' ail ,
ould surprise ; : :'', '-' 5-1 :;itt.,.?.,-'..i-t.;4,.,:... '-i...',... ).:'. -'..
ongshot specialist
ack in -top form' : 11-1 ,,,',:,.,:..?,.:.1-'1- ,. ., 1', '-.
,
eems'.::!sure' ,thing'!.':, -. -:; 1-3 '. .,$:'.:.x:,.,::;. ;

'g!,1 ,,, 's.. ' :
50.11 ; -7.' '"
.A i! 6, 5.11 ;! ki0;ii:::.0.---, ..
. ei a I !I 0

5-11 ; ", r-- ri III I :

77. 7 !.. .' 1. 7- : A : !: I , ,,,t ,e I .. !!

i ' 1 0-, ' I Mii)1 0 :
ij
:
10th Rice' 5th' series Imp. 8 rgq. Pim ssoo.00',' Poet Closes 5;0 1 it
1

' 1

- EVENI 71, '

., ..
,
,....,.. o...40.7..i.0::;!:';-.':i;.X-.iii',i:; lt
fl -' ''. !. 2King -' ' '.:.' F. Hidalgo 112 '4-Nothing., in., months 'l 7-- -4.. 4-25-1 -,i-, :i !......i:4,..:1(.7:!:.........: , 4 '.: -1 --- '.??,,,, ' .' -. .......,.....:-.:.,i:,..,,,......,,..i.;:...i .,. 0,
' '' '. -.,-' '-"' 3Play. Boy V.- Castillo 1'15 -:,4Could- be ,runnerup i 1-1 -.. :,,!,..:,:,,,,,4,,, ,,,,,,-, -,
' 4 - -'...i...i,:.....,i.,-:,;.r...,.,.;.-:-...--..:-,,, 0 ;
- I ,,,;,5,-,--,,,-, , ,,
-." '''. '' '' : , 4Silver Heels '',,H. Gustittes 110 4-1n: flght to- finish '''.. 7' ': l, ', 3-2 4. -, ...; .....,4,-..-ii-,j, .; , I ,yovi, k . ....
:, .
, I
11 -..:-.:-,,..0-...;..z-.......:14 la
i ' : I: et 5-,,Tiztano -..: H. Ruiz 110 '41.8sti doesn't, eount. -,. ,... ; 3-1 .-, 1 ''',.;...1.i..';',:.,:.4:,4,,)74:' ,'-, ,..., : ,,, kft t t o' ) -', -,,: : ,.. -....:-,,..-:-..,;.i.,-,,,;:-.,-.0....,:.;,. II .: ..
. 1 -'. -
Ii II 4 '')....., :':7,,a 7- ti '
'' 1 t '' :.;"':0.1.t.....::i ''-, It
tEkl -' .' ';'- -; ''''' '' ':. .' 11' '; ' : -::;::-;'-'?...:."1.?!...:1.:;I:AV,...":::; ; 1,, ''
1 i ;OS ',.' :',,:ft..:,,:f.,.'-x:,:,-,.:.-,::,,.;:',,:i;:.:4, ,. ,, ,.
'' '''.1. '',- iith Race fith,, Series, Imp., 7 !Is.' Purse $00.00 ''", .-Peil Cleans: .,, ; ..;.:::-..,: ;:....:,,..,::,:,,,;:..::-.,.,,..,,., .. :., ,., : , .44,0,-e,,s,;,:...,,,,--,.:-.,,::5,-;-,... ...., L
J ,, -I 1 .. .... .

1
.::., 3 :::i.i.,,:-.!:ii!-:.:::::,.::;:::,3:::::::,.:;:;::::??.:',,,. ..:-. --
. :''''''''';.!''''''''''''''-': '.',. only itillUTE OLD .. ..,............. ..
, ,::,..,,,.,.::,-:....,,,:..,-:,i:.:-::,::-..,-,:,.?,,s,-....,::::.,:s ,,... ,,,.
, i. :,;.,;;:,:,i-,..:::;if,..0.,,,,..J;;;;., ,-' ,,,, : ;.,, a: ,ii,',- :,..', ... -"'.,..i:.pgiii':!EA:.:::...::;;;,:,7:-::,.7::1 ..t : .. ..
-, : ..,,,::":,:,.:,:n:;:!:::,,,.: .,...:iii...,.:,::,.: A.: -vvnCil you ouy ,IL I ., :.,:.A:.,,,,i,,.:,::,;:::,-,!-::::::,::;:-i;::;;?::.:; .: ,, -,
; ,4:).::r,7,,,,:,:::f.,?:,i.i;,.1:;...::,6:,;i:.;: .... .. .. ,,,,,, .,. Atig:. .:;..:r.:::;,::.,:;:...e'-4 :,,?:.::,ii::::.i::.:::,::.:1&:::'....; 1, .:
' :, ; :,,::4?!:?,.:',.;:,z!7'.3.!:::4A:?i:,,.:,::;:,:::.::.I. ......,,,r: --, . "e A
.. i:: .: : ::.:::::''''.'''::::;:r::4).?,:;:;::,?:,..i:if....,:.::,:::,,.. .,.:,....... ..

1 ;.4 hkss,.

,
,
...IMMO
,
...-...,,
4 .---1,, 7 0 r r-
- r-
0
'''.- (-1 --1 ... r---1 rsi
,,
at. a N 17,00$ ...tip ,lime 43 rW,,, i -,,, ""... o0,6,. ....., Al 71 r10"'N, v, 1 0
".' ... ..., )
i ,L,,-. -- -:.) ,,,,-- -- et-) ----,, ,- 'Th :a r rl ----- 1
, --- , i 1....) s, ,J 1 L--it ,,,,,,u, Q., t 1 I ., R,,,,Lo i
,..L,,,-' ...i. .... .4...i-h. -,...,...,:. -,.... ,,,.., AO 01101 4
IL ''''''''' ''r'''' 1 I ta ...,,,it 1.1 C''''''l On T ' all' II if (le-, 1, 1,,, 0 uih 11 h II Li,
, k.
, .o. ,- ,......, ,...,e i ,,,,,... ,......, oaa0E. ..t0alla roawo. .maailho a a .... 0 moil. ,o,
- V ...1.
, , , ...
,
,
.
0
,
A A
,
,F
41 f f I yllt ,0 IL) ky a a i i i
'' 1 rrtrinS ..,iia,,,0-vT''''-'11( .
, rf -cif C
L. .4 !IL" 1 i
itLiCe r
. t.4i 641 tat -
i
1 V Affiliation. Order Plateado
1.
, P.P. Horse Jockey St. Comment 04ds t ;Jk le :, s. et." e.) ,, 1, 1,
)
,
i ,,
1st Race "special" Imp. 6 Fes. Purse $65000 Pool Closer 1:00 ,
. ' ist RACE OF THE DOUBLE - Aghelia Main Contenders !,
!
,,, 3700 MATERIEL MIX MASTERS
, 1Pepin Ir. Alvarez 105 Has shown nothing En 1
---- Teams t -
1, 2Aviadora H. Sales 113 Speedy newcomer 2-1 Gutter Rats ', '',, I I '' 0
1
,, 3Now Then R. Gomez 105 Hasn't shown much. 20 1
--- Smith Corona '' ' 6 2 ' ' -' 4 -
, 't 4Zutphen Ir. Justimani 100xBrief eartv, speed SO-1 ., , t ..

, f '

i 1Radical

,Engi
oPP01
t just
the
migh
givin
n ,,-t
ge1
,erio
n loss
o Sta
1 wow
k 'the t
It cold(
e ers'
Mall
t- dire(
t- need
W0111
A AM
e TY
st to a
yet 1
tator
woul
v. b
1, of ti
time
withl
as I
r,
' ,We
,e
8 (lam
d of tt
Le 11100
N figne
"Th(
Y here
in
' Sol

..
,. - : N,,, A : :- '''', : : ', ',-,,n:. ,-:1, -. ,,.,,,, -, ;77.,
b .
, ..,4-,:;4: ;: ,, :- ,,,,1,,,-,. .-, :,...,.-. ;-,,, ,-,,:,.: ..,,,.
i , ,
't ''. ., j II ri r... w? 114 41 A :.
MS
: .;,... ,.,.: ?, NJ u Irif ., .,
.
L, , lAtro'stling with anvAind. ot, Ens t English. They had. come at an la

ght it, out ;-
good chance : , 3-
winodiwcag I

r s
!d itnly 10-1

4,

50,1
It 50-1

.

1, ed
1 1
--""";

7'.



7

I-117'U, ", ", 2:
r i E TEN THE PANAMA Al:EHICAN 1", ::TENzrNT r trty: : r!,,,:: :t
-
-
,,,,,,
I
, ,,r ..
t- 4 I, P ot m
c
.
t
1 ,
. THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
f
i i THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
.,
-,1 t
. l'z,,,,1 LI
FOR INFORMAT. ION TELEPHONE 2-'074C) e I e,,,, u r --4,
kii L,.., ) fk.
4k,lw k e A
- FOR INFORMATION TELFFI1C, 2 C7 3
,.. 1
, i
i,,,...... t
mstms..,.1"..amm...,,,m.......,,smoomreotommirssmseam,o,.ffimilimm.....,..ntli
?
, .
,
, -
. rt t c -', 4 r) 1
, .. , 'S,ke. 1,A A 1 ''''''.... ., I i I i 'Th ft 1 4 I
Ih.lipg, 0 ,..t,- i AS
, MN ..., r. 0
lit1110.10.0 .4.at,,,-- 1 0 )''s J ,,,: (CI , r 4 ,..,,,.
toj f t, ii. v.i 91 t
" lt, q12.. ' I t ,..,wmos; , .,.,,,,,L,,,.;.,...m....... i to' I( ) ., ., ,..
,,
.. ,,
,....- , ,.. .,
,, ..
,
, ,, .... ., ,, t, ,.
-, ---------------
. ,
,
,
,, ,. .,,. ,.
It LEM IVOR AB wrro ONE OP GUS AGENTS On OLIN OFFICES A? IN-31 "Er glints?. rvw4m- I 1E11E111 PEECIADO-2 StrPel No. li 41 AGENCIAL .. ,
, ,. , NrkitmAL op postasciomes-6P4e
miuti psi AGOS thilltS---i411 Centivi Ave tenced
WANTED .-- Man tepee I WANTED --- Dependable rate
, lAutos-No to 11- Street 0 mounismo-ato et July Are j st
2 !Alien Plots CASA TAI.p41 ("otioll A 1,0 45 LOURDES PHARMACY iv 11.0 Cana,out!la FARM kW LOM work is owe. and field. perm".
0 Liens SERVICE-Ale Tivoli Ills. 4 FAS
. -Ap'artIn ..
en ,, ,,,,,,,,,A Lt., ,. Collor& Avenue HoOsEi401,0 texcHANG.-2 re le (gym,. No 41 FOTO 1101,111-4114111 Ar11-411mI's AI on't 3351 FAtt34kfr ' In consttuction or engineerino to 1 seeepoadit ptaoye.boAiciar, steady work.
tS
' Res6 rts. --: :-
, , ,..112 Porno 111 NOVEDAGLS ATHIS -.,Bowidt
. f, - VAN DEll-.11S-55 Street No AEMAI IA EL SATIfARO-Pluor Lotomt I Aszoot SAIIMACIA "SAS"
o,-.....-.....-.....
, 1,1o. Rollo Elite Theatre ECII EINt C011tral Alreng Itili5 ''.,, Tel, 232 ' -N ,,. i '- -- : pa y in person at
' root Job send oualifications Iltetine 1316. 71- ite.v.o -5,

r ,U TEN
PHILLIPS Ocoansido, -Cottages
Santa Clara IL do P. Phone Pa..
mama 311177 Cristobal 1-1673;
FOSTER'S Cottages and Large
Beath Hoes. One mile east the
Casino. Phone Balboa 18615.
1
Houses,
FOR RENT Two bedroom .1
chalet completely fumisned with
t, modern conveniences. such u
air cooditioning, teleVision,
tric range, hot welter, etr...',Lo etr...',Logated
gated etr...',Logated in Paitilla, Avenida Brasil.
right in front, of Funs Y
playing ground. For interview
call Telephone 3-1407 from
, I:00 a.m. to 1.00 p.m.
' FOR RENT .;--thatet 3 bed bed,
, bed, seems, 3 bathrooms, double ga
rage, study, maid's,, quarters,
3150.00. For further Informaa'
tion,, tall 1-3948 '
I
Ro'dms
FOR RENT Beautifully fur.
Dished housekeeping room, dou doubis
bis doubis couch, refrigerator,- kitchen
cabinet with attacks& Istove,
bath, and entance, independent.
No. 3,i 52nd .3treet. Phone 3- 6
FOR RENT.... Campo Alegre: 4
Nicely banished,. cool room
private loati delicious onealef
European style,. Call 3-1789. ,
FW Teener
61irnment
Standing of ths Team'
'foams "" W Pct.
Atlantic' 4 0 1.000
Fastilichs 3 1 .750
Armed Forces 1 3 .250
Cprundu. 0 4 4.000
,
, Rosuits or Games Played
, April It, 20 and 21
ApriI,10 Fastlich 5, Curunclu
(tie gam"). "'
April' 19 Atlantic! 3; Armed
Forces 2.. '
April 20 -i. Atlantic' 15, Chrun;
du 2. ,;. .
, April 41isilloil 1176;17F
Foces 5.
' April 21 Fastlich Curud:.
du 1 (playoff of tie)
Nod Saturday's Gams
,
' Curttndu vs Armed Yorces at
Balboa at
Curundu vs Fastlichs at Balboa
at 3:15 p.m. '
-'','',.,
,,, Next Sunday's Games
...Atlantic' vs Fastlichs at ilbroolt
Ip.m,
, x Curundu vs Armed Fores at
. Albrook at 3:15.p.m.
, X -- Curundu and Armed Forc Forces
es Forces will play the seveth of protest.
ed game of April 12 after their
; regular game) ,
, Tito game' aroginally for Jar Jarman
man Jarman Field Fort Clayton, Sunday,'
will ha played at Boom Field
Albrook instead.
Minor Leaguers
To B TreatedTo
Picnic Tomorrow.'
Members of tbe Pacific Minor
Baseball 'League will r gather at
, faalboa Yool st 9 a.m.
' tomorrow for a. picnic, president
Richard Coy has announced. ",
; At noon, food Will 'be served at,
the Balboa Gun Club011 Gavilan
Road.
There, also, a(11.4S p.m. trophies
will be presentd to' the cham,
, pion Grace Line 'team
At 2:30 the group will attend a
Walt Kisnev movie, "The Locomo Locomo-
- Locomo- tive Chase at Diablo Clubhome.
Parents are exnected to pick
their sons up at Diablo Clubhouse
at 4:30 p.m.
1
-7489
9 Radio' and TV
.repairs
o Hi-Fi and co-mmunications
o ,Cuaranteed
labor
o Rapid' Service
-TROPELCO -I'S A
'4.5 St. and Via Espa5a

! Casino. Phone Balboa son.
, Hciuses

.

- tient Call
,
...ma awoke.'

,
, FOR RENT
' Nicely
private bat
European a
,
- VFW

- I Una Ina repair 111 Rine IT pup.
nese ramovs unu nom ,
v -- No 6 Roar to Team, Rooms- talboa 2925 iorottlay 1 to 5
' , , ?' p.m. all day Sunday.' nos by the most expert piano
nTg;tis
. namulau., in ti to visit ,
acceptea an vi a on, Lincoln 'Road: Woried six fur- I
Tom-liament tuner. -L. F. Garcia; 34, Streit. Braz:11 next year, it was an. .41
1 , ern
' RENT Mod apart- FOE SALE Pawarlui Chow.- C..rossing Lux Theater. Phone 3- s, nounced lesterday. Na date wai

R e 1 1 irigma ndls:"1.w. 47:2 .5ANsIr r. taiwtv eRydeorearrinktve. 1 cel aen, el. at,t.; , A i 4.' ,.1 ion-e-aidri ui:nkl-de-na : d--11; itri 1 litutis ee- dsdTtlimt, ea-nnede: ,-
1 "-d dr,,e-'----' ..-..,- ,d y; -en-t;4;isi-,-gd, with a11",convi.1 ie-r--30-01-11- a' 5-11-00-,0-61;e"-a-u't-i.., ., 4'4947 --3-0672 '- ' set for the trip. -, d
1
........-----.......-......--....------s ,-----......-----
ful black car '' for ,,S3500.00,, ,,- ,
g:, , ,,, ......; A Ull 1C.1 o, ,,,VV urneu SIX rur,- 1 ,- 1 --,,---- 7 ., -,
i- Mart n's Rull h A : d
I nitric's, ;linen, hot water, ',etc.
. - Standing, el the Teams .,. 34356, 95rh street N,,,
g Also selling 1948 Buick Road,. '' ' ," ' ' ' '. ', ..'' .' ' IKlawneed;:ef,,,ro,m, ,Idiam-1- ., : taims mo-flirn Piano Plin'ing RCA' ed'and -yawl-granted a jury trial,
'1
- '' Teams "' x -. W L Pct. r"9"
47 (former 9tit street).' '' master convertible for $200.00. ,
- Isla. Iliginnota,' advanced and
- : -- Atlanties ,, 4 0 1,000 --k -.------ phon. Balboa 6355.
OUS ''''. o er,,,,, a s,.,,,, i
c aims! players Call Bennett him with a $100 fine and a 90das'
op -appeal.. The, jurors socked
, ., phone- 3-3653, Panama., -4 1 .seribenee. '' '' i': - --
1 I ' Fastillehs 3 1 '75 FOR RENT -:. For 'couple, com- ,-
1 Armed Fortes 1 3 .250 pletelp furnished epartMent One .; 1950 6 cylinder,. 4 door Nash. ' "..- '' ' ' -, '''' ' '-' ,, 1,, "..,- ,... ,- ,., ,,- ,, -. i
4 4 4.000
1 Ciirundt14 ,. ', bedroom, 1 living, inning roost Excellent motor, goal appear- -, :, 1- , -,. - ? -,. t :-..4- ,.... --,
for three months, or more. First ", inn $325. Telephone 6431.-- , 1 .. ,d., I-., . ...,-
, Results of Games Played P -I 7 24 N 10 '' d ' 5- '''' t. I- ". -''. -' -- ,, -: Tickets, for the conc rt '
. Strike trill .1 n ,'-
' April 19 20 and 21
I : ' ' : -'- '' FOR RENT -- Army inspected d,-. FOR SALE --,'1957 Chevrolet 4 a ces 4-., re, a v, .1 c;.p.g o t,.... pf.,,ths,,,,FM,L,A.,R.rt4,9NIC: 11 ;', ,,,,,-',''', -. ,,,,,, ',,,,,-,,;- ,!f4, , '
' Apritill Fastlieh 5, Curunaii 4 furnished On' bedroom apart. door. sedan; satio mile iii,,, .,
.
1, I 5 (de lame). :' .' ." n''' mant,., refrigerator', all conven-; new. Phone 83-321 d d - .:, ,, v, (- ,' : ,, ., ,:: SYMPHONIC' :'-OR'PHES;
' 1 '' '1' ' 1 '' ' '' 7 'BILINGUAL OFFICE' SEC ETARY
-1- '., April' 19 -. AtlaMies 3; Armed ''' lenses, across Ancor' busstop. ' - : ,-, -,.- '''' 1- ' ,I,,d- 1,, , ", -- ,., - ,, i 1 ,, , ,,, ,,
. FOR 'SALE -- 1951 Oldsmobile, -, I I
th 20th f A
I Forces 2.. ' ''''' "'''''''''''''-7 'Phona I-20111. 2-1141 il '-' .- ", ; , : ', j. ' ,,,' I, TRA OF ,NEW YORK on- ENGLISH 4 & ', SPANISH'-',-EH-ORTOAND REQUIRED
April 20 -;.' Atlaritics 15, tfirunk i 7 Sedan 4 dome, bydromatie, ta-,.: ,-,, , ,
''''" nVing- ange
,,,..., ,. : 41 0 pr.., are 4,
now, on sale at, o I 1 -, s ,, 4,, ,. , 74,. ,, ;,
' ' d 2 ' : ..,-JSR RENT -- Furnished' apart-i,! silo, goed,urtnirig condition, dul,',41; "' t-, (, -, , ,, .1 mr,
n 41' KNOWLEDGE 12 SIIVI'PLE e0yisKEEPINy IM,PORT- 1
'! tiApiii','2-8- '44.""';',,g4stlieh' 'ii,;;',; ..,rpiu-i'.., ,,Ituutit",;tiv'e,li d I livin din- paid 1375.00 Call 2-2116 6, 0, t '-' 1 , ., ,
.. N6m, it ' ,-', ". ,. ,. : ,, ' ., : ,:. ' ' '' I ''' ' r'. ' (1;; '''' ANT ALTHOUGH plot ESSENTIA1'),N, 4 '
2-0841. '4' a --:-'-' : l':" , .,. , ; 'd,,.. -: .- "'d d ' ' .-, d'' ,-, ,,
. Fixes S. ,, ,.., ing room, independent eorrice,,
-- April 21 ..-- Tagil& 21: Curud: 86tk Street No, 6, near 'Notre :d ,..- : ,: - -t ,,,,,,- ..d. .. : -.).2 )'f-",. 0 rer".:1 ,1 ., , .,; ,,,,,,,, ,, s, s. , , .., .,.
, i o .. , ij . 6, ','''' ' ", v ;'. . ,-, StNO,COMPLETE ,RESUME, FOTO
, g , ,, ,
, du 1 (p113"o'ff qf tie). ) ,,,,, Roosevelt. ,-
'' ''''' : sirtlie-, petsonhet,' '' ,: NEW YORK, Atp"ril 25' (110)--- a.homer iti ti-.."-veniii, Don,Vnt son's' iind I. 1...s, Maduro
. ,,, , , , ,,, , ,,, ,, , , ,. ee a 3,---a ousy, o er, .. 00 mer- a so e
L W 11 "1 g if '' t k 1 eonn eted in the eighth. ,-", ---- -- : --
, d' l'I' -' -14 e ;---'" '4- -; -' FIR' ST LETTER' 'TO' '4.: '1 :
Next Saturday's Games ,- 11
1 DI l' '1 uoverament Employees n liking for the Lo,s ngeles driy,, What burns. the -'Dodgers -,, 80
Are eligible to finance lbat NEW
' 15th' nava is ric
, it Curundu vs Armed :Forces at or WEIL Car or Borrow. on your u'eh bout that ensored) ...
nig' range to, hit hrea remit m a (0 ,,
t ,,t pe
vnine.iron shots's.. that haa, 4 if d screen is that -some Joker t o 1 d rw"
: I' d Jr, S A i - I PANAMA AMERICA BOX; 134 "Secretary'',
,

.. NOItt bantraars VIM'S . 66 99 1
' Curundu vs Armed ,Forces at
- k. ' '' 15th' flaial Districl': I ArUellleillexri:,11eMeionttin',..EnMetPthiOlt eNelo ftngliitrillatgleOrttohd
, I of GSM Car or Bonen on your 'Angeles driv. What burns. the 'Dodgers '.. 80
hit ',11, three ,t remit much about. that (0 e n a o r e d) p: -' 4.-r" 57 A4. .". .111 PANA,MA AMERICA7BOX1134 Secretary ,,
vnine.iron shots". that her $ if e screen is,that 'Immo joker t o 1 d Aliww, '&
1 Balboa at I, P.M. -' prime vat ,through
, Curundu vs rastlichs at Balboa pistol eam econ I 1,,, Dodgera plenty teed', off,,,today them it would work out to their 4 - .. v , ,
,,,,,,T.,:,,Agency ,4 .. while the surpriaing- Cubs were adv,antage.' It.'certainly hasn't, so
at 3:15 p.m. ',- '.' '' ,,'',','" t
,
' DICK' DEHLINGER sitting pretty atop the National farz,- opposing,. clubs' have hit 1 - ,- , .. .. ,,, ,,,,, .. ',. ,, ,,--, ,,,,,,.; ,, r
, 1 League, . , ,- homers at the coliseum. w,hile the , . , ,,,.Nr
., Next Sunday's Games '
' ' - s' ''' AI-Claylon Range. GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES
- relwesenting illoAll a golfer ,Walls'shoots in the Dodgers have hit only nihe. Three ' C-1
. , 1, and aat a hitter he totaled 01,'thotie enemy ielonts were ,off ..,, : ,,,', .-, ,.
only six home rims and 33 runs Drysale, rwho dropped his, third '... ', ,.., i
() ..,
, T ,,,Atlantics vs Fastlichs at Albrook In tpt, 1958 USARCarib pistol Sm. 43 AUTOMOBILE soly.
--,'"PAnalna Citl :. , battad in last season. straight game yesterday. ' '," .' 4, : i
I
,, )
at I p.m. '.,' 1, ', - ''' ', Match s, 'the 15th' Naval District
- Phone 3-4984-3-4685 But the Cub outfielder ,k really -,,The Only -consolation. the Do& r ',--',,:, ,,,, 7.'; 4,...1 ,''ss,n,.., ,..,..
, x Curundu vs Armed rores at team took second place in the two. ,
-'' ' especially th friendly left fiek
- takes to that Coliseum "course gpetrasyedhasdix ,winansintghsatantid ugkoet Lniedheirt ;,' ,' : -', '..: -fl- ...4,--; ; ', ; ,...,, ,;,, ,,,, ,,,,,.., ..,....,,, ,,. ,.1 , ., ; ,, ,. ,..,,.!.,,,, .., ,,,, , , ,,,,,,,,,. .... 2,, ,,,,,, .. ,
- '' 'Albrook at 3:15 p.m. ' day event which eneded yesterday
0111111 Screen whic is only 83'''yards
' X Curundu and Armed Fore. at the Fort, Clayton piste' range.
from home late -, an easy ,nine. in threg trip's.' Snider', had been , ,' ,, : ',- .. ,, , , , . ,
es will play the seveth of protest. Blasting away on the Navy "GET STRAMLINED ,
iron shot for any pro. He' liked fined a day's pay for spraining .11
. ed game of April 12 after their team w s Chief Gunners Mate I
t tremrecitienva1L, "Slat! Ilan lifsto
bath. Trained operaton tor, LOIN it so much yesteraay that he blast
ed three home runs over it and tendon-Vikdnesday night while trY. Due to yearly inven'tory,aur;Parts.and.Service De-
; regular game) N. McKee, and Boatswain Ma e ing to (toss i basibalV over the ,, ,, ,;,' .., , ,i,- , , 4 ,,, ; :3 ..,', ,...', .1,, :- ,.' 4 ',.! ' .,
- The games areginally for Jar- Second Class J., A. Woody,, from and gentlemen, Get results.
(11:07eviictlwerlygilotytertin rim, of Mei Coliseum ,,0' ,-;e,' ,,' ,, '- -', : ''
man Field Fort Clayton, Sunday,' the ROdMIIII Naval Station,, Chief P MASSAGE SALM ''
IIIS einitglinel'aS741' In i otbetkNational1' L e a g u e 4- '''' ''' '''' 14' .';'''v :' 'd.- ..'''...-A 1 28 .11
, will be played at Beam Field Electronics, Technician. ,,, L. ,W. ,.. Services ''SCHOLL'S",11
, ., Products Wails dien't play any favorites, gitmes,,Warren Spahn and, Hank , ,
partmenti'will:be closed from:Mon ay pri ti
t t
Albreok Instead. , ' Aaron,. combined to ,, lead t h e , ,r, ,, , ,, ,.
. ,Parki,from the Balboa Nval J. Atimemena AV& 0411 h pi '' Braves to a 6.2 triumy't over the" 'PrL . A
sit or., socxeu hos first nom
.
ursda May,1.171111 be open Friday May 2i-, ,. ,
' L.
Minor: eaguers, ,,
Communications Station, and E. rot s.stit, , : d
lectronics Technician Second Calss 4
one on .in the first intim
er Et, toser Don Drys ale with,
Redlegs the, Giants came ', up ''.'',11 II
a second Of Roger Craig With hve -.'.
with two runs, in the ninth to' beat ' ., ' ,' ' ,
. J. D. McAdams; from Summit Nit. 9, h
, on in ti ...... a 4 nis Hurd out l'
is the Cardinals 8 5 and the Pirates ,' ', , .; .1- , '' ,', 1 , .. .. , ; 1 4.,, : 4 ,-,.',,,,Y,,,
r To B Treated-To v-1 RadioiStttion. Alternates in, ? defeated, the Phtlhs, 7.
a ', r ' ', -:
' eudedLt. Ir.' D. Fury, of Rod. rr -,, ,t,' 4,
,i seventh. bobby Thomsen also
Ron N ra With
el y ens en et the ,
i The Red Smuchmbed out of the ,, -'
4 s PARTS &SERVICE DEPARTMEIIT' ,i'
4 Picnic TomorroNsv
' m.n Naval Station. who was els i ranoltstor
team captain, and Chief Electro. ,,,
homered4for the- Cube. ,, American League cellar with a ,4. ''. ; ,, , , ,,, , ....., ..... ,
3 victory' over the OrtOlerin AO , . .,... , . i
' Members of tbe Pacific Minor Jackson of ''
nics Technician C.T, ., ELECTRONIC ,, , Rookie Gene lio'dge shut out the innings; Kansas City retained sec. ,.. ., ,
' Lhe,:fs. alboa Naval Commumeattons
D d .til Ch le Neal hit ond place. with a I.2 decision ov. s -' "'' ' s 110TORES COLPAN' S A -,,:'.''' I '''
, Baseball 'League will lather at
, .- ' '' FLASHGUN o gers int ar
flialboa Swimmieg Pool at 9 cm. btaueal ''. Y er Detroit, and the Indians dump. ,' ,,, '. , i -, , , -,
' tomorrow for a picnic, president ,. '' ' ' '' ' '- ' ' ' ed the -White So 'into the bae. ''' '''' :, ' t - '' ' ' ' '
,
ti only to the Artily 8 Red
- Richard Coy has announced. ",
II Secnth N M rk men beat ment by beating them 6 4 Rain
Temperaturs 'of, ths sun .- L -- "t '' (THE AUTOMOBILE SALES AND ACCOUUNTING ,,
-. At noon, food ill be served at, eam, e avY,' a s ,
Hotel: HOLLAND HOUSE,
" postponed the Yankees Senators ,
' the Balboa Gun :Club Oa Gavilan out entries from Army Panama,. '' D
... . . Army Puerto Rico. Ali-Force and ,
ON LY S32 gn
. game.' : .1..,', ,...,' ".. ,, , -; : '.. EPARTMENTS WILL BE OPEN AS USUAL)
1

, t e a oa un u ere we e
AUCI. '' '' '.. ''' -ii---t lb-----G -Ci h 'Th r - ---- ,,,', '1 a mins. tram tits heart et ,?Pann'
, ,,J., i, it BUM'S OUt Worn ast year
and holds. a 46-15 lifetime edge ,, , , , -,. ,,, ,, , , . ., ,
.
eight teams entered in the matcet
, Ther e, also, aiI45-13ml. troPhies International4ewelrY , San Jos Costalico
' I , ever them held tinCinnati te i s .
will be presented, to' the chem. ill. e 155 Central Ave,,' r',' Compleielyn' odern' tenveWienees In sovon'hits ;MI6 Aaron connittt.
, pion
' Grace Line team, McKee wa' S rUnner.un' in- ,
At 2:30 the group will attend a overall individluil matches, with Phone 2-2316 Suites sad Bu
, private bath. Het sad cold water.
second place wins in the 50.yeard ruionolgils11111"411111"-11-4"61---", ers el, the Campaign.'" Breaks . -, ,, r.,,.! ; , '..,,- ,,,' . ,' ,, ., ,,, ,, L., ,-;, ,,, , i
. Walt Kisnev movie, "The Locomo.
rapid, and SO.yard slow fire. An. ,,, ,, ,., .,-,. , Price: 56 and Sill daily, ,J., Lawrence' yielded ?Ally,' eukse's ,,. , ' ...e -; .: (,." --'',: ', ,' '' '', :. ,;-' 1' ,,.---' : ,' I ''-' -.. .., ,
.,.., live Chase.,". at Diablo Clubhouqe.
to pick other Individual aws.rds vas Jvon :- -- --- -- with,,,mea 5. ,,., ,-,-, - first three rum, still yrs, chary.,
' Parents are exnected
''A
- To-ourz DVERTISEISe ,.-:-. - : '- --.
, their sons up at Diablo Clubhouse by McAdams, ewhO finished in. se. Ilan kitchen e with the loss. ,
cond place in the timed fire, and LIFE 'INSURANCE ..' c(111""I
. Hour liin& .. The Giants '' won, their' game ', -:, ,: ,, -, - , , 611, .,,, ,: ,, , , ,', - ,-' 4', ,. L.,
at 4:30 p.m.
. ,, ', third place in ranid ,fire.,,, ; call '. 4 For reservations P." O. from the Cards when Daryl, Sinn. y ,, n, ,, ,.' : '. ", ',,, '. "- , ,i ; i ', '
cer, beat out an infield hit with , .,,'-,, .,,,,I,..., , ,. -,,.. , ,,-, , ,, , ,,, ; ,.. ...,, .,.; ..,,,
' n Runner.up trot:hies will I3e pre. JIM MOE .- ',.' '.
ei,.. , t minted ,t,-. mothers,. of -the. Navv
General Agent the bases loaded in the ninth Ex r ; ' .- : ' ' ' ,,'" ' '' '
, Panotert. BM and Oen" 3a1Pen Giant' Ray'Katt liad put St. ' '' '' ''
, 'Box 4459 ..
, ristol trim during ,ceremonies 9.
Louis :,. ,,., .,,,,.., ,
- ,, ver ctway today, at 5 ,p.m. , Gibraltar Life Ins. Co,
., "-, ,.. ',. , 4 I,' , for rates and information.
C , ,, ahead with a homer off winner
' Tel. Panama :-.05,82 1.,,, ,,,, .:. ',11'1113, a view toward improving, service., an e,
Ray Crone la the-top of the ninth '' ',, ,, '', : ' ''' '' '''' ,-, ., ,- ', ,' ',
1
.,,, , , ,e t, ,,. , i .,rationowszamommomannoran , , , .. .,, , .,. hut iatt'S. error showed St n ".'" '' ; '''' '''' --.1' d correcting"
,
..' fsnar'ilaillreelshiit.:tititi)':m'flocluf:r:eit:tathnfelria.itlieknti'lgilritlic ::: I T.'. 'Ili 11' 'A' N'Aiilk ..A1. l'E'R IC'N'. ll'ai.' esta. blishid' a Spe'cial'',.:'' ,f- ', -.'
, irregularities that occur, involuntarily, from time to, time,.
.
i
. ..
, 3
) , f the year off strs'er Wilmer I, .,,, '''' ,, : ,, ,.- i '.'" ', ; ; l' : -.,' -,," '. '' ' 1 1, : ; 1.
1 11( N ,-,T, ,, ., .,, ,,,,r, ,,..1,..,, s,,,,, (evrilloeillavr ,;14uenffdelt,mwizaesilthbeutlorseelirivi ,,,,,:. ,,,,,:, ,,,,...,,,,,::. ;1,,, ;.;, ,,,.., ,1 ::, :,,.,, ,.. .:,,,,.,,.,,,..,.. .,,,.., ...:. .. .,,,i, : ,.,,, .,, ,,,.,....,.t ..., ,, ,,
,
,
' 'a, Radio'and TV 1 A n 1
.
,
,
, , ,, Bob, Friend, Wile credited witit .. ,,,,. J
. ,
re
,
, 1
, I
A $ 14'75 ,,up, ,, ,.,.,Cameras L
, ,, We have
., Pittsburgh's, victory over, Phila. 7 ,. -. .. v ; ,
,
, ,
''
lrepairs ,, -, ,, , 7. ' delphia although he needed Roy ,., ,,, ,, : : I RA ,,.: su li 1 0, LI ,-,..,,
.,
.
,
Face's help in the ninth:1 Friend , c ,..- -- '
,1 t i',
, ,, at ' .) ..
, a ,large tOck-':, blanked ,the Phils, tmtil the ninth , .',, ., :
0 Hi-Fi and c6m- CheckIour , '- ,. when he ran into, a pair of singles ' ' - -. , ., - t., .'..., -' ,
' ' ';', o-fStere'6,11a.pi,,. it double, 'triple and: Bob! Bow. -, t - '' ' ''. ' I '' '
, ,.' , Mlin't two.run !tomer. Face' came ... ,, ,, .- f., h :,,,' , . ' - .., .,..., . it ,
, municationsf;
needle',under i if ,,, ' :,..' ty,',Ste'rea -.
in,,served up one pitch which liar '' -, '' Cs) '' .e7fik te,,Th C)
..
',I , t ,, 4 , I. , ry Anderson hitfback to,him for '- ,,'. '' -41," 1 P )
,
0,CUaranteed ' Recorders.: the ',final out, -Dick Croat and Bob Please 'dial Tel. ci .:)(1.11) ", for prompt attention
(Across Banco Nacional)
, PANAlWA.,-,,,,r ',,,,,,,COLDN'
our HI-Power
i , 0..iiiilto Ile .
,.
.- , Skinner each had' thrte'hits ,to ,
' ', ..' : ', ,', ,,, ''. : t i.,, accolmt for 'half of.' Pittsburgb's 4. ,,; ; : ,, '., , . :,' ., ; t -' ., ' '
lab - ) r ' 12.hit total. Curt IMM01111., Wel J '. '.. ., n ' -.-. -- )'. ,
,
,. .. , ..
' microscope.. -- E 11 t P
' xce en rtces- the loser.", .',", i 4,,-,' ..,..,,,,,,,,., ;,, I.... f,. ., 1 .., ,. ., , , , 1 .... ,. ; I .;
' o Rapid Service i f' '- '' '' .'', f.' 'Vie Power-drove' In three' runs, 1' 1 l' -. ' '' ' ' ' ' '-- ''
,
, 1 -, ." ' SANrunelmsee : B121ge ' t-vic,.' , t, I
, In leading the'Ags to thei
e wi v
" , ,, ,L ,,,, TRopE s A ,, terv over the Tigeri. Welly ilur.. t .
W '11 Op 'rectal' i ..-von i Vcdt'which iv' ill enable U s I J.;.'
.
A
--TROPEI,,C0 4' A '
' 1 TRoplicoD3.jt. EXCURS1ON tC()' 1
( a nett 'faiths winning pitcher al : .- -I ', ,,, ; - ' ' ''''
' '' A, e e, ',,' In e.,-,, though he needed' relief f r so m -, ', , ' ,- -! -to serve o'u better, ,, , ,,,'-' ,,,.-' '.
ti, ---, --,,-- ---k------------ ---,.' CPI.' 44111 V tat' &arming "'' ib --
terti ugrmiln who checked De ""'"--rm"-------P."---:.,-.-.-v,-----w----,,-----,,-..,-,,--,--,..0.......--.......-,. ;........fh 0 allood.m....,
' 45 St., and Via Espa5a. '45 St. and Via- Espaha 0,Eideeque , , trait en ono hit ,over the last 2. ..- .v, , ,, , ,, -,,,, , ., ,,...,,,... .- e
. Tel 3-1285
, , '2.3 Innings. Bob Shaw was the .,.. -,,.- 2 ,, , ,
travel Service
' Tel. 2-1681 :
' ,i, loser.. ---"7"-- -,,'' -t----,
, ,
.
,
. ,,
.
I ,
,
,
, ,

, -Apartments

,
s FOR RENT Modern furnish furnished
ed furnished apartment with two bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, livingroom. dining room,
kitchen, tarsi' and six closets,
.46th Street No. 2-62. For infer.,
mation call 3-142L
Completely fortfished, air cow
ditioned ,apartment, Hi-Fi Set,
desirable tesidential section, 3
b d poem. $250.00 for'
momhs only. Cali 34340..
FOR RENT Two bedroom a.
partment, leo painted. St. in
bel St and .111;2 St. No. 9079
Colon:, or &IR Balboa 1-1317. ;
poR RENT,. Military inspect...,
rod apartment S60.00 monthly,.
good location: furniture loss
with Apt. Reasonable price, 14 't
Rochs,St.,, Apt. 14 Clayton
62661..1' tg, t
FOR RENT ---, Modern apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths,
ing, dining mom lra !cony. Cam Cam-
- Cam- go ,Alegre. Beautiful sea view.
Tel. 3-7192. Hours 6 p.m. to 7
,
,FOR RENT Modern one bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment with complete
built-in. kitchenette, Campo Ale Alegre.
gre. Alegre. Tel. 3-7192, hours 6 p.m.
,
FOR RENTs One and two bed bedroom
room bedroom apartments, in sowly-builLt
building. All apartments top
! floor, well ventilated, furnished
t or unfurnished. All new. Via
Fornandoi,do Cordova No. 15,4
opposite "Centro Comercial",
Tel."2-2883 and 3-4734.
FOR RENT Furnished
garment, two bedroom, living-,
, dining room, independent sem-,
ice, San Francisco, 86th Street
, No.' 6, near to Teatro Rooms
FOR(' PENT Modern 'part 'partpent,
pent, 'partpent, fittnished, with all'i,convi.1
4 niences, ;linen, hot water, ',ate.
Phone 3-5356, 95th stiviit No.'
47 (former 9th strmeti.' '
, FOR RENT For 'couple, cons consplerely
plerely consplerely furnished apartment, one
bedroom, living, dining room
,, for three months, or more. First
-"Street Poo-011424 No, 10. ,f,'
FOR RENT --,- Army inspected
' furnished one bedroom apart apartment,,
ment,, apartment,, refrigerator, all conven-:
k knees, across Ancon busstop.
'Phone .2-2011, 2-1140.
RENT Furnished' stsalt.e.
Inonto two-tredrooms, living
ing room, independent service,'
116tk Street No, 6, near Testro
'Roosevelt r
,
15th'flaial Distild
Pistol Team S,etond
, In tlit' 1958 USARCarib pistol
matchis. 'the 15th. Naval 'District
team took second place in the two twoday
day twoday event which eneded yesterday
at the Fort, Clayton piste' range.
, Blasting away on the Navy
team w s Chief Gunners Mate
N. McKee, and,Boatswain Mate
Second Class J., A. Woody,, from
the ROdillan Naval Station, Chief
Electronics, Technician. L. W.
,Parki;from the Balboa t Nval
Communications Station, and E Electronics
lectronics Electronics Technician Second Caiss
J. D. McAdams; from Summit Na.
Radio'i StEtion. Alternates In,
euded,,Lt. 13';' D. Fury, of Rod,
man Naval Station. whn was also
team captain, and Chief Electro Electronics
nics Electronics Technician C, T4 Jackson, of
the 'halo& Naval Commtutications
Station.
Second only to the' Arnty'S Red
Team, the Navy ,marksmen beat
out entries from Army Panama
Army Puerto Rico. MtForce and
the Balboa Gun Club. There were
eight teams entered in the matcet
'McKee was runner.un in the
overall individual matches, with
second place wins in the 50-yeard
rapid, and 50.yard slow fire. An.
other individual awards vas won
by McAdams, ewhe finished 'id se..
eond place in the. timed fire, Ind
third place in ranid ,
Runner-up trophies will be pre.
sented a.: members,. of ...thc Navy
pistol team during ,ceremonies 0-
v,er CFN-T,V today, at 5 ,p.m.
rAMYONDS
y

THE

,
LEEEE in wITH oNt; DE OUS AGENTS On OEM (WEICES A? IN-31 -tr onittrr. rvw4m- '2.1111tE121. PEECIADO-4 Strpet ri AGENCIA2
'NEEJINAL Dp ruSt.ItAxioNiEs-,e4, 14nen flare csA tAinn ,CPtfroll A 1,0 45 LOURDES PHARMAC.10-1.12 1.2 Cana,,auflia FARMACIA LOM
IARDONa ES 12- Slyest MORSISOE4..-4112 et July Ave. J LEWIS SERVICE-4re Tivoli Ne. 4 FARMACII ES1ADOS UNID4A-142 Centtel Ave
1,ARMAt'IA LUPO 164 Crinval Avenue HOUSEHOLD ENCHANG16-2 Eu 4s 12 Mg Ave, MI, FOTO Pomv--Jyrtie Arriemeus Ave owl 33 SI EAKMA,Cli
VENDES-J1S-r-SI StEsei He ES WASMACIA 11422;RROSs.ene LeteTht Sextet irmtmAcui "SAS".012 Porno 111 SOVEDADES ATHIS
Ow Neils Elite Ihestre COI Mit Central Avenel 12;145 ,-,, Tel.'432 4
. .

l'..:,.:,''.-,TAtotio'bile'..::',.;:fH'
AP, 1
' FOR SALE 4.-1954 Chevrolet
Station Wagon, 4-sloor,210 se.-
ries, standard shift, radio, 32,.
000'miles, asking $1125, 8163.
A. Margarita. Phone 3-2883, G.'
8. Hardison.
, FOR SALE Mercedes Benz Benz,
, Benz, black-hardtop 3 passenger sports
model 190-S1C-1957 Excellent,
condition, duty paid,,,Tel'. Pena.
mi
FOR SALE Chevrolet,
1 door, Chevrolet sedan, in per
fect condition. Upholstery and
tires almost new. $600.1)0t
Phone Panama 4-2M 4 '26th
, East, 'near Presidents Theatree
FOR SALE 1955 Ford V.
Country ,Sedan, excellent con condition,
dition, condition, priced for quick sale.
,' duty paid, phone 3-7577 or 3-
6273 Panama.
, FOR SALE -- 1955 Plymouth
4-door., Powerflite, good con-
dition. Tires good. Phone Dal- ',
boa 2506 up to 11 a.m.
, FOR SALE -- 1956; Austin,
perfect condition ail around,
' 1-4930.
FOR SALE' 1958 tComette.
removable hardtop, radio, four
speed transmission. twin carbure carburetors,'
tors,' carburetors,' also 1954 Oldsmobile,- 98
'series,' convertibles'', 'radio. kV kVdramatic,
dramatic, kVdramatic, other extras. "hone
Coco Solo 'S'75 informatits.
FOR SALE 1950 Ford 6 bull.'
mess coupe: Original owner. Call
Callum 2925 Saturday 1 to 5
p.m. all day Sunday.'
1
,
FOR SALE ,Powerful
ler 300-B, a' $5800,00 beauti.
ful black' car for 0 $3500.00.
Also selling 1948 Buick Roo&
master convertible for $200.00
Phone Balboa 6-355,,,:-
1950 6 cylinder,. 4 door Nash.
Excellent motor, good Pour Pourince.
ince. Pourince. $325. Telephone 6-731..
FOR SALE 1 7 Chovrolet 4
95
door sedan; 11700 miles, liko
new. Phone 113-1216.
FOR 'SA1-11 1951 Oldsmobile
Sedan,- 4 doom,' hydromatie,
trio, todd:stainini sondition, dut.,t
ty paidi $15.01:1, Call 2-2316
2-0811. .-; Pm:. I
Service 'Personnel,
Goverment Einployees
Are eligible to finance limit NEW
or MEM Car or Borrow. on your
preseot car ,throuth
, ,,
, DICK' DEHLINGER
,
- representing
GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES
FINANCE 'CO. 1
No. 43 AUTOINOBILIC ROT?.
.Penama City.
Phone 3-4984-3-4685
,
r31t
"GET STRAMLINED
the Mc Levy way Body Massage,
Excerelsing Machines. Turkish
bath. Trained operators tor, ladles
Ind gentlemen, Get results. e
' MASSAGE BALM ','
,
, Services 'SCHOLL'S",
- 4
, Products
Areeemena Ave. 33-01
, 3-2217
iij
1
,
Temperaturs 'of ths sun'
NLY132
50'
,
linternational 4 ewelry
,,
' lss Central : Ave.: '
- Phane g-2316 -- :.; -,'
,
LIFE.' INSURANCE
call ,
-
,, JIM RIDGE,
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ine. Co.,
tor rates and information
Tel. Panama ta05,52
iluiets a.
(Across' Banco Nacional)
PANAMA COLON.
- SAN:- BLAS
,
,EXCURS1ON
,-, April 28 '
0, tridanque travel Service
Tel., 2-1681

PANAMA AMEHICAN AN

1,,:'':.tyiiili.ilp..ec'i-s,::.1
...00111.M.MM.1
INIMEMIMNI
"Sealed bids will be accepted by
the Navy Exchange Officer, Ne Ne,
, Ne, val Station, Roiman, Canal Zone
, for the sale of. 4 vehicles. The
,vehicles may be inspected at the
RI:Wotan Public Works Motor
Pool, building No. 614 between
, Ike hours of 9:00 a.m. through 4,
3:00 p.m. daily Mondays
, through Fridays.s Bids will 'be i
,, opened 10:00 on 13 May.
1958. Bid, forms may- be eh ehtained
tained ehtained at the Navy Exchange
Office, building 'Ne 24, Rad.
man, ,Canal Zone. For further
'information please call Navy
3189 or 3490." .r
F011 SALE 1952 4-door Hud..,
ion Hornet, fair condition 300...
00; 1951 4 door Buick Supor
, very clean, low mileage, 500.00'.
blonde RCA tablo model Hint
, 50.00, Divair aqua lung and
tank, 50.00, 4 cylinder grey
, marine engine, 35 HP,, 60.00.
Call Albrook 7241, Qfn 95.
FOR SALE Studio Couch in
good condition $5000. '
phone' Kelly. Balboa 281,3,, ,1 7,
" Now at the Auto Salle Drive
Inn's 50th St. and Transistls Transistls'
' Transistls' mian,' delicious FROZER Frozen
Custard Ice Cream.
IPCIR'$ALE ...hipper pro radio
receiver $70.00. ,t 2049 ,A-Cu.
ready, C.Z.
FOR SALI Baby Grand laid.,
piano in first class condi.
tick A new 'Baldwin ecumenic.
!. Tune and ripsir ell kind el pie.
n os by the most expert piens
tuner. L. F. Garcia; 34, Street.
!Crossinas Lux Timmer. Phone 3-
;4947.'3-0672i
'igEw YORK, jiiril 25' (110)-
Lee' Wa llsra "lousy ,,golfer,Itook
a liking for the 1,90 Angeles driv..
inir range to, hit 'three,t percent
"nine-iron shots",. that $ e
Dodgetr, plenty "teed', offJoday
while the surpriiiinv Cubs were
sitting pretty atop the t National
League,
,, As a golfer, ,Widls'shoots in the
ittO's, and as a hitter he totaled
only six home rtms and 33'runs
batted in last 'season.
' But qhe Cub outfielder ,Creally
takes to that Coliseum "course,'
especially thrriendly left field
icreen whic is only 133',yards
from home late an easy "tine.
iron shot for any pro. He liked
it so much.yesternay that he blast
ed three home runs over it and
(trove in etgat tuns in it runaway'
'ioa vicLory over tne bougers,',
, Waits dion't play any favorites
,either. He sticaeo his first nem.
off., loser Don Drysdale witb,
one on ln the first inning, his
second Of Roger Craig witn Hato
on in ti a 4 nis tnird eit
Ren Hooray With one on in the',
seventh. bobby ;Thomsen also
heinered ,fer 'thd- Cobs.
, Rookie Gene Hodge shut out the
.
Dodgers witil Charley Neal tut
, 1011AND HOUSE
S ado, trom the heart et
San Jos Costa lica
Compleiely modern conveniences ho
Suites and Bungalows, all with
private bath. Hot and cold water.
price: se and SS MIRY,
-- with ,meals.
, Cosmopolitan kitchen
For reservations P." O.
, Box 4459
Sianageri Bill ?and Siena ,Saspere
'TROPELCO''S
1 a
4,5 St.-and Via Espaa----
Tel-3-1285

rrEN.Drxt

LT
Hom6 Articles'
,
FOR SALE New unused Easy '2
, automatic combination washer
dryer $355.00. Can Panama 3
6291 between 4 'and 6 p.m.,
FOR SALE Gas stove, apart-
mist size, $25.00. Good condi conditick
tick conditick Phan 3-3525.
,
FOR SALE Grand piano in
escallop condition. 9 piece bed.:
, room sand mahogany' suite. Mis.'
callaneous pisces of furnRure
and kitchon'utensits. Stb 2-211
Curundu. ,
- FOR SALE -, 'Bamboo living.
room sot; piloted whits. All for
$175.00. Tot. ,3-1647.''
OR SALI Mahogany bod-',,
room sot made by' Cowes. 6151,,
'26.10 Ninth.Street. Rio Abide. :
- FOR SALE Mahogany dining
loom sett Table and .tix chairs,
Ind Me board, Curtando, house
No. 2113-C. Phone 4135.,
S100.00. s
FOR SALit twin size
'',''' bed, ',, blond maple.' boolicazac
headboardisiow soodition: Ph's.
"113-32115.1'(
FOR SALE', FirniturSv'for 1
Apt. itovos tefriss., and '-'
household items.", Duty
hours, Corozal 4147 "-
itp:ANS 'B.RAP VISIT.
TEHRAN, 'Iran (I.TP)Shah'
hammad, Reza Pahlavi of Iran hal
accepted an invitation to yisit
Brazil' next year, it wag an.
naunced :yesterday. Na date wai
set for the trip.
a.homer in 0-venth. Don
met also connected In the eighth.
What burns. the 'Dodgers -, so
much about' that (Censore d)
screen is, that aomo joker told
them it would work 'out to their
advantage.' It.'certainly has, so
Opposing,, clubs' have hit 1
homers at the coliseum. while the
Dodgers have hit only nihe. Three
of, -those enemy Clouts were off
Drysale r who dropped his,' third
straight' game yesterday.
' only -consolation, the Dod.
gers itad was that Duke Snider
played six'innings and got One hit
in threg trip's.' Snider', had beep
fined a day's pai for spraining it
tendon-lktdoesday night while trY.
ing to (toss baseball:over 'the
rim, of The Coliseitm.
In otherhiqational1' Lea gue
gimes,,Warren Spahn and, Hank
Aaron-, combined to lead t h e
Braves to a 6.2 triumg'i over ,the'
Redlegs; t the, Giants came up
with two runs, In the ninth to' beat
the Cardinals, 6-5. and the Pirates
defeated,' the Phillis, 7.4.
The Red Sox.'climbed out of the
American League cellar with a ,4-
3 victory' over the Orioler.in ,10
Innings; Kansas City retained sec.
ond place. with a 1,2 decision ov over
er over Detroit, and the Indians dump.
ed the -White Soo, dnto the baie.'
ment by beating ,them,' 6.4.. Rain
postponed the Yankees Senators
game.' "!,. :
: Spahn, ;ofict.beat' the Redlegs
six games eut of seven last year
and holds, a 46.1S lifetime edge
over ,,them, held Cincinnati to
seven hits, while Aaron connect.
ed for his third and feurth hem.
ers of the Campaign.'" Brooks
- Lawrence' Vielded Mikvaukse's
first three runs ern! Will chars.,
e with the
The won, their' game
from the Cards when Daryl, Sinn.
cer, beat out an infield hit with
the bases loaded In the ninth.' Ex.
Giant. Ray'Katt had put St. Louis 1
ahead with a homer off winner
Ray Crone in the-top of the ninth
but ,ICatt'i error allowed S n
Francisco to, score the tying run
in)the bottom Of the frame., Hank
Satter hit his fourth and fifth bon.
ers, of the year off etreer Wilmer
(Vhiegar Mend) Mizell but renew
er BillY Muffett' was the, loser. e
,Bob Friend was credited with
Pittsburgh's, victory ,over, Phila Philadelphia
delphia Philadelphia although he needed Roy
Face's help in the ninth'.1 Friend
blanked the Phils tmtil the ninth
when he ran into, a pair of etudes,
a double, 'triple and: Bob t Bow..
man's' twn.run homer. Face' came
ht., served up one pitch which Hatt
ry Anderson hitibark to,him for
the ',final out, -Dick Groat and Bob
Skinper each had' thrte'hits ,to
accotmt for 'half' of 'Pittsburgh's
12.hit total.. Curt Simmons., was
the loser.
, 'Vie Pewitdrove' in three runs,-
in leading the A's te their
tore over the Tigorti. Wally Bur..
, nett woe the winning pitcher
though' he needed' relief from
"rein Cormon; who chocked De.'
trait en one hlt ever tho lost 2.
'2.3 innings. Bob Shaw was the
1,-":"'",'

INON11110NHONMMMIN7,i,

qk..:-
I

1', Boots Cr ttlotcir's
I
Usod wood and fibrosis.. boats.
Ake '5. Pit. 12, 15. 15, 50,,
-10. 35 IL,. motors. Must mimeo
, amok. Make offer. ABERNA,,
THY. Panama.
, FOR SALI -- 14' Reamdbout
bona trailea. 10 HP. Motet tat
'cans. lift lavers. Soo under 234.
Coce tore. V-. :
.illockmoorol: Won six furlong al.
lowance race it Gullstream Park
, First Fair: Finished fifth in six
furlong allowance race ikt Gulf Gulfstream.
stream. Gulfstream.
Liberty' Itur: finished third in
six furlong handicap at J1111111iCai
" I've Got Rhythm: ',,--' Finished
fourth in iix furlong handicap at
Jamiaica.
-Amool: Finished' fifth in
six furbng handicap at Jamaica.
Hubcap:, Finished eighth in six
furlong handicap at Jamaica.
'tord Gregor: Finished third in
six furlong... allowant.e race.. at
Laurel-
'Silky SulliVan: 'Worked a, mile
in',1:41 1-5 'at Ketneland.
- Gone P'ishin: Worked seven fur furlongs
longs furlongs 'in- 1:27 ,4-5 at Xeeneland.', z
Talent Show:: Worked six fur furlongs
longs furlongs in I:15 at Keeneland.
,Jmige. ',Worked. six furltills 111
148 2-5 at Keeneland. :
"; Lincoln 'Road: Worktd six fur furlongs
longs furlongs in 1;14 at Keeneland.
Little Porten ,Worked six fur,
longs in 1:14 .2-5 .at KeenelancL
- Martin's ,Rullah: ;Arrived at
Keeneland New York.
Rellim S.W.: Arrived at Pent Pentland
land Pentland from "I'diami
Tickets,. for, Mc Cencert
pf ,:FHTARrt4Nic'
OVNEW YORK On
the 2,0th of, ikpritere
now', on, eats' at,,Morri-,,
and I., L.:;:Maduro'
A iM

1(entucicy Derby
Candidates

Due to yearly inveritory,:0

partment'will: be closed from. on ay,- pri ,.t.1
, ,:. ,! -; ,A :!. 4 !' '7'1' r
ThutsdaylVlay.1.171111.be open. ay ay- ,-: g:,,!..
L PARTS et SERVICE DEPARTMEIIT ,..,
...
,

irregularities that occUr, iiyoluntarily, from time to time,
THE PANAAIA AMERICAN has established a special

THIS SPACE
FOR INFORMATION

,
WANTED Man oxperienced
construction et enginetrin2 to
-
work in Hied and field. Parma.
' "art Job. send qualifications s
and picture to toz 2005,, Sal-
koa. z
Miscellaneous
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
L DRAWER A." DIABLO
10X 1211. CRISTOBAL, CZ.
' Taira a jungle lim Jauni to San
llas 'Islands Sunday, April 17th
end every Synday thereafter, Fnr
further information Phone Jun..
'le Jim Jauetts,,Pan S-1660 El
Panama Hilton or Cristobal
2116 Hotel Washington, Colon.
, We walking long distances, ask
about our &tun Lake excursion.
-41N
,
Domestic Employment' I
,,,Aelattoommaismomomploommosimoomemo
Wanted EXPERIENCED NURSE NURSEMAID
MAID NURSEMAID two' children. Must live
in. References required. Apply
afternoons Mr.'Steiner co Mar-,
fin, S.A,, calls 50,, coreir Ven-,
esuela Avenue, Bella Vista. Tel,
3-7116.
) : ',;,
WANTED Diesel: engine 50 ir
to 10D merino or stotion-ti,.
ary Phone,! Door, 1-70116, Via
tsPato NG, 54, Apt, d
.WANTED 195f-43 Ili imam
'octane ;anal Zone ear. ',
emend's.' Phone 1244.,
Lesson I
Loam modern piano playing and
Iniz llsoinners, advanced and
classical players, Call Bennett,
phone. 3-3653, Panama...,

, I r
r 411 I
10(

-1
ii7, : ',i ,:'.:'',:,:lv,,:),47: 7-.47', 11 ..717, -7----7-7 '','
BILINGUALpFFICE- SEC ETARY;;
g:NOLISIll'et: SpAI41S17-;t4ORTO-ND REQU'IRED ,:
,KNOWLiDOS'''OF,!:.SiKPL:E7: 000(KSEPIN,;',1 IMPORT-
AkT:.tid-THOUGH PIOT' iSSEIPITIAI4,7, ,;'.i '. 1: '.
;7- ::: ;:! ', StNEI,CPMP,.LETE.,RESUIVIE: .. FOTO ., :
-f .!: ',, ;7-' 4, -' l' FIRST LETTER 'TO' '''''.! '1 '. '' '
PANAMA AMERICAA30Xf 134. ,"Secretary''-,

, : :4 : ,, 7..
THE': AUTOMOBH,E;',SALES-ANO ,ACCOVUNTING
1)EPAR'i'MENTS.WILL BE. OPEN' AS 1JSUAL)I'.4:
,

.

e oppreckdi ,your. cdt which
r -to serve'yott better,

IS FOR SALE
TELFPhONE 2-C740

II I
WANTED -- Dependable Facile
repair technician, steady work,
good pay. Apply in person at
Rste lac 01 lar, 7-71-J-Street. aft aftof
of aftof 4 p.m.,
SERVICES
3-minuto car wash SI. steam
cleaning of motor SS. waxing of
cars $6. Auto-lao, Trgoo-imb.
, mian Highway near Seart
TELEVISION SERVICE Fras
Transportation. April SpeciaL
, Same day Service. Crawford A..
gencies Corp. Tivoli Ave. Ng,
1 S-20. Tel. 2-1905.
Protect your' home and proper.,
ty against insect damages
Prompt scientific treatment ess 4
emergency -or monthly budget
basis. Telephone Pronto Service,
Panama 3-7977 or Colon 1777.
, T.V. SET OWNERS. Avail your
self of the best for your T.Ik
U.S. TELEVISION offers factory
' 'trained technician plus ne pick pickup
up pickup and delivery charges. Phons
' Panama 3-7607.
TELEVISION SERVICE. Ability.
honesty, and customeviatisfae
Non. NO SERVICE CHARGE
month FREE ESTIMATE 1
before repairs.' Ask for MISTER
Phono Panama 1-3142.
CAMERA REPAIRL An makes.,
! all work' guaranteed Call NA
TERS 103 Colon,: 8057 7th
A POOR DECISION
'; RICHMOND, Ind. (UP)--Paul
E. French ', of Centerville, M.,
didn't know when, he had ft so
good.,' After ',drawing a 00 fine
and a 60-day workhouse sentence
for drunken driving, be -demand
ed 'and 'yaw' granted a jury trial,
on -appeal. The, jurorp socked
ed'and 'yaw' granteil a jury trial,
on, -appeal. The, jurors socked
him with a $100 fine and ; 90clay
sentene. ,
A ,4,
D
will ettable us I
'

,1



s TACT.,
T. 4 V,
, A-AA, A. ,,-
AN
N-177 rir
oeieMINMk
crozzz VVUNL
Not That!'
ry tralZON

,
r,e

r. 4 N. 4 s IP s 1 ",

' 1, 1 "-

-

Ammo WA
1'1" 'flt L ClUZ:..Z z I 11:7. L:f.. ( 2 WA1N.Z Not That! ry 17:1ZON SCIICL,)

-

, ik 4 ,,er
..1A

;f

,

Williff,Wit,A1Ontff

' 1 )tri111: P,A ';;'
CAPTABi Be There 21!;77r:;:t
,
,

'P 7 ;

-

111011117 MEEILLI

nET AL) AIR k
FORCE TRANSPORT
PICKS UP A TENSE
LITTLE GROUP OP
MEN". AND THE
SATELLITE

'ffrAVOMKOSIt
WELL,GERTLEMENI.,
QUESTIONS "TO
EACI-ICONTE5TANT, AND f
416 OPPONENT EITI4ER
AFFIRMS OR CI-IALLENGES)
THE AN6VsIER.-FOR A
-1'01AL WAGER 0
5
$51-"VslEI-L TAF
61AZT V4ITA siOU,
MA30R4..Y4JPIATi PILL
AN ODALISI4

AT INS THE
1 3
- AP CE CEz,
z, CEz, 7NT n,N-. HE
' 'L 77:g
1 7

)
YES-EXCEPT
THIS IS THE(
ONLY IWO IWOHEADED
HEADED IWOHEADED 4
ONE r EVER ,.,
HeAszD OF VII

tegyOuS,
514kNOVi

vou SET"'
rsIAPADZ:.
WOW THAT Di'
TWAE
CtINAS!

A CHCF7EZ r7E Y,AY TO
REALLY LZ:H r-1 AT A,7,7,734,N7
T',E CAFTAN AN7 I-KNOW
FETTER 114.44 ANYONE EL5E
MEZEA5011T5 r4E. '1114

1) IOU by

1 ODAL1,514g 1 OH, ea ERNA-tel.
Esi --1-11-1AK, LS Nal-,-1-14E
) 6POTT-11! MAWR 'DEFINED
D ..-11-IE AN Or3EL151-4--
1,k1ORD 15 ODALIGKie AY,
's FRota-ta k 15 FFZE,IiC1-1
, GREEKA-P AND 11-liqg'5
A FOUR- TUR116i-14. li-1E
6IDED A FEMALE 6001,
TAPERINI6 HAREAA WILCOX,
PILLAR! SLAVei .4, W140,
'',r1 z, ,' .,.:. wiNsf

'", : P:11,,r,T17
SODY ,,1
. ob.N ,,..,frgq)o--ttPRLINSII4G4-
EAS5 z

A
no txto
mmt. CON'T "TELL
4013 VOW SolOtti
I I KM-TO' SZE
You or 04NOST
rr -ANkE

suT rm 61.1k0 YOLS YOLSDECIDED
DECIDED YOLSDECIDED THROE DA,4
IN Ogee; INSTEAD OF
FIVE, WOULD 61U5
VOL) ENOIJOH pArikl

Losers

IWArby-NIA Sorvio, ,T M. 11,sg, V,5 P?t eff

P('',4;i:S1-IE TWISTED 't;164-1P.'1:rEkS- k,-
,IVIATOOD LOCKIN6 MRe- et&PFUNG
LEVER PROTRUDIts16 tl"-Y,"-
FROM 01.6,Ry ,
,2.REFOlka SOE LEFrf 044
,

r YOU V4041- -N
WE5D A5 MUCK 1
OWl6EN OR WATER,.
NNO We HAP TO SAVE
EyEit POLAD
L' COULD1

-ZS9

,,- ir ;.,
si,,k7.-' ,Y'-ii
414''''1!!)''Io4.

t

641111 NIA $

..

OA lop MR lie.

CLOCIC
61.IRK

t Hm As,! YOu xwow,06CAR.F
I WASts,IT SO ANxiouB 10 '''
GET BACK TO THE STATEa
, c0uLD GET REAL
,ExClTED ABOuT THIS! 4

I TICKET TO FLORIPAi
TO EEO MY HU5SANC0
WARDEKTt WHAT 15 THIS 1
-71 ALL 0401.1 I v--'

TP,ERE tEt
1 NO AOCE POKER
PLAYIr4 OOZING.'
THE LONGS
t
1'0 1

WATC H 4- WATCH -nits,
I THINK WE'RE Wokuoi
WITNESS A COUPLE 01
. SOSINESS FAILURES,
'THAT 00V, OVER THERE,
WHO STARTE0 A LITTLE
," GUM AN'CANOY TANI,
ON MIS MACHINE, GAVE
K... ...
', AN IPEA1011916-601,
WHO HASA LITTLE
' FARM IN, THI
-,
,, n SUBURBS! '

Rt LESLEIr TURN;

EASY WILL ANSWEit
THAT WHEN HE kketT5
'YOUR, PLANE TO TAKE.
TO HIMIRS.SMUPT,

By DICZ CAVALL1

I SURE! IF :TH' BLI'LL 0' TH
I WOOPS DON'T PUT THEM
OUT 0' BUSINCSS RiaHT
130Vi YOU'LL SEE A
USED CAR LOT SY :1,',,
SOMEBODY'S MACHINE
SY TOMORROW,AAP N
A BOUT Tit mewl.' PAY, A
FISH MARKET SPRINO UP'
NEXT TO THAT AktWELL:':
NOWADAYS, F YOU MAkE
A HALF A CENT, A NelAi
FIRM OPENS UP NEXT
t.. POOR TO MAKE TH'
'S,. CITHER HALF

tit tog. U.S. Pet. Off.

' Tile CAST STAND I:4"a :

1
DXS,;',--- o,-
tiA 14gz,7", t T'..;.
ti,,, ,,, c

FR ISCILLA3 rc7

t'LAVAWAll;' PLAN
, , ,
AOTEHZ IHIE 8AltRACUDA tiAs'
VATEM AS MUCH 01 A. SCHOOL. 'OF
riek 6,6 Hie sTOMACH CN4 Ha-14';
6-rmi.,KEEPs AloisH9 ELVS.- L
' ,CPEN,Tet THU, ri.rruRIS.
, e

lh

8.
2.4 i

7-7- A.,11,411v .4-rio:j4k.;;;ip p
Or irW
- .L..4
, 17,7;40"0.1.1.t!".!:' irot fratilmo
- 4 s 7".:044. . mom Row itaa.11
' tt. 16, REPORTS!".
- THAT HE' 12RNES THE.,
7. suRvivoas ft.rro 61-4,64.LOV4
WATER A),3121;k11256 HERD, OVER
- THEM uN-rii. His ANPrsTyno FEruRNG,.; !,

Diatibutal to, Koos lame Spdig80. re

.111e. IS tilled iltb bruises.... -:
lioulirs would 10211 bfs home iike
,
- A ,(11sfedfleds'.'biort 'Orb, rive'

.,
, I 0 NI' Irml IN RT114T l' I
Ji5TIN 1..1-,S.D PIM A JAiL5,K0 NOZNZ ''
TO 71.Asi ON A CO-Et5 14DSCSIIM6g. WS
, ,,, COO MS5SE
No., WIGR INouGi4
-.A. AG iT IS!
- .4
....,
A,-
,
. ,e) i
i ro.),..,1 r.- -1-
oth
11., Z1 'I'
1
4k V- I 4 1
1 I i 1.,e tk

rFroni the applause you got,' that Was a grand speech',
, ,' you made! Explain it to mel"

To foam your "Fortune"' tor todaylrom the store, writ la the lettere'
et the alphabet corresponding to the numerals on the lino el dw nitres
logical period in which pee wore born. Yee will Ind It tuft
I 3 4 3 6 1011 12 1314 IS 16 II IS It 20 21 2123 24 IS 36
AAIC0120111 tit trattoPtle STUVVillt

"IAN. 22 I 3 15 14 22 11'14 3 9 14., 7' 12 15 '22 28
itts.21, 2' 21,19 .20 9 44 1 3 20 9 22 9,20 25
5 1 12 20 14 15 23. 12 5' 20 5 18
mAAPIR:2021.
API" 31' 7 15 10 4 ,s itis 5. 14 1,2 20,, 9, 15 14
ma 16 20 23 .12 13 23, 19 2108:16 16 ,1,k,1,9i, 5, '19
.sumin t-
iust2z 8 25': '10,1; 5-r! 5 ,15-21 16413, 5 .46 020 ,o9i14 1
Asa 22
Am 24.
1 la '15 '19 '20 2 '14 '21 119, 21-. 1 12 20 111 16
Auo. 21
AuG 23 4 '1 25 15 6 1 4 22 1 14, IS' 13 5 14 20
',Pt 22
SEPT. 24 19 22; 5 441 ic 12: 5 10. 5 12., 15 21,49 25
Oct 24 3 5 13 20 2 ,9 14 20 15 Al. 4 4 22 ; 1
NV 2 15 5; '1 '11'1415 23 18 5 18 ", 1 9 18 -:i
02C. 22
DIC23' 1 13 1818- 5 : 3 9 1 20 5 4 11. 20 19

,
LUCKY T4OUGUT YER CAR
RAPO, 'PETUNtA iT SAVEP
'1,7717nriME WALKIN' NOME!
-

citt -etat v- 6311 eh

Ins tw 1,0. look t
-0404Ve-ere ette., ,55 '"
"Better blast off from the space platform 4 your
' mother's about ready to serve &herr!

PANAMA'
, MIAMI

3:01 UN 'NEWS' ''''' 7:30 I I,ove LucY t
- I
3:15 Dinah Shore ;, 11:00 Ray Anthony
3:30 University , 1:00 The Min Man
4:00-,Newe ,', 1:30 Talent Scouts
4:30, Youth Wants To Know 10:00 Wrestlins
5:00 Lite with Elizaboth -t, 11:00 '-q11'N NEWS
5:30 PANORAMA 71:15 ftcoret Clinum
7:00 Adventures at Scott Island ,-
' COUEIetY, ot Arroilas Panama Airways
PHONES: PANAMAL 3-1057 3-1693 -- 3- 699
OFFICE-HOURSrfrom 13 a.m. Io-8 p.m.

IA1

,: s-opl",

!
!!,

VA V. AY AHE2,7 C; L'EL7ENANT
7-E NEXT PAY TwO I vscLosN T
LET CI1AR"LE5 C-ET !1H:N7 YOLI-,E'517EZ:IALLY IN
rA,7 ALLEN 6. ,,,

,
,-
...,..
ru 5.,'-'7N5 kJ AZOL,LDJ ta. r....--o, : 04, ,,,T
Do )(Du k..,4004 MAT T 04 WAIT DO 50o;--
604.16 V C010 JUST ? 'r.416 FORJ.;Gr,t41
rm C;014510 GVE W I IA r,, tr,...77.---
TiW BiATNG OF it ;- -,t.,:,,,t.; i n

rtzr:vz7
11 L.'.

4,,",t'V't-ri
i' ti .'

1:1"1-7,t ;MI INLI' &be lIot t, VII

14 Vt2MIZ2

' A O,Ik 4 t ,-' 21 ,, L.', .'..."LAN .":,,,,,,7,,,', VC ';
' 'a&
, , ,,,. ,, . : 7-'-r Nuny,! I Lj.. ,. 1 A 1 1 - -1r -- ,.. .
i
' . . i I 1'. ''' ''. It- 4 ) t V ,4"11; , 1 --,-,-, ' 0 41iD ' ,.1 ,l'i I"' "k14- '' gh6:61 -,, : l.
k .'c.3 ''t I . '' '' ';''' Y -,
! '''. l' '. z. 6.' --,' ., , ., , ,, IA. 7,- .- r a, lt,,h, .. , t
4 4
' t y
-'1'. '''
, --.
. -' .k, i,'"''''Z..4;z-:."-7:. I ''' ,& -1r ',,--k-- 1 .,' ,I7,7 ,11,8411" itt,,,,......L.,::;, .,;:. i!.. ,..,, (i ,. ;:.1, -- 4--,:: ,..i-y 1 4 ot l'i .,- ," ,,,,i,4.,., 1,
.t,,,',,,,,,,,,, ,. --,,,---, got rl zi,,. ,,,, .,. : : --' a
.
, ii. .,,,...,..., .., ,. ,,,, atoo t 1,, 4141,7,4..1,, .,,,' ,,,,,if -. 0, el ,. .-, 8 i
,
. -,
. ,,,4,,,,, t 7.:," -,,,,, .. -'im" -'. -, ,' .,,, '-' 7,...; ..--, ,.. .,
ty 1 : . f-, 74
i 41 ,,,' 'Ll-,,',--.,''''i,' :' I; .-' ' V' ' 4.''' '1'4-'44'll
,.. 1,, t,,L.,,,,,,.,----- ,-, -,7. -7r- ,- Iv "-, , .L... i ..,- , !, :,, 7,"," r 1, ,.,- , --,, :,:,-,--1, .. k,
, ,,,,, 1.-- .,
L A 0,0- ,,,,,,,, 0 ...-",- :, -, m, .,,,, ,, ., - .-
...111 0
' : 9 2 '... :
,
. ,. ,., .,,,, ,i, ,, .- 'o. t. , i , i--,.....s ,,,, its -..,;,... I ,,, ,,,, ,, I , t s4 neer ,,,. ,, :s ,
..tbsollotwotais ., 1.1.6 - ..-
t " f ' kt'a- IN -- .- l'
'
,,, t T 0 '......oe ,".. tT, II -,',2-', . -- ; 0 t ... ; ...
- --
- ,1 .. ''''' ;. : 1 loli Ate Et ',4 Fi-t 4tigtfoba..... 1 r 41011:.- ., . .',
. ,.
- ''' olok -ed 0 (4 ,..':' 1, .----- ------:--r---7-77!-- ..,. . ,. ..., .,,, ,,, .,!. .,- , ; ,,.. ,s., , .,.. 7,- -4.,'. '',"21,41 ., 2 -- , : : ..,
4 1 .1, -- . u. r
' --."""..' '.. 7 '' '; ''' 4. otA'A4 .: .""4txt,..' -'A,.11,.?''-.LT...'lli, l''' ''' 95'' ,A '''... A se. p.t. 0. 81368 doril,.. ,. ,... ,,..., ,. ,, f .,- ., '; .,,,:,- ,, ,.,: Still There ,.,- rot ,.',' .,0 '!''''".'"' k -'''' '' Lone nel '''' -:.-.'"
' -'-''' f'-' '' 4,1a,
'' '. , nu! 0,011 ,-, ,. ,,. ,,,,,., ,,- Ruins, Teo!, .., .4 i''''' ,';' ... ti, .1 ,'.. , ,:i ts , ., ..
, ', 'i -.:
,
' PR RAM! "477:1" ULP s )illimattisu ME WAL
0111,4,0CleY,,,, THOU, Gl4T.O'NE,R CAR, ,:,- , .. ,..t .i ,,.
". '''''''. .. . ''''''4- '' . '-' 4 -:":''''''' ''''l '!''''' '' -'' ; ''' ':- ': '''. ' '' ''''' 4-- ,- ,.., ', e ,,,,,.,'L ,,,,;,. ,,,,,,,, '. ...,(,...., ,0o65.,;p1.A. 5'.E Tu,Rtst. -.::i1::::::,., OVELsAYE,TI1,111.1sGOTSNCIMDE,msiPLAC,E.' rwALITHowee4rATAic-EIAANtro
THk-rs LIKE YES-EXCEPT, Ir".71111111M AN' 'THEY ANYTI-ING --- (,,,,;', ,' HM,4! YOU KNOW,,OWAR. IF 'PETUNIA k. .1cITINSAI4VoiAEPE. '' .,, .., s ..:, .; 1
'k P5STI. IT ,:194J- v$6111411stt1 1 : ".' -- ::.7.-2-I ..'
- ,' .. f .:". 'NOSE BIG THIS IS THE WHAT Kier & DON'T ': ELSE LIKE some ,Ve,k1i t ws,sw, so ANAous 10 '' ,.t -', OFF THE RAP,I0 t' Lv,., i i ,.,. ,,,
),--
' '' ORKED, ., ..
iivme .PAY IT THIS ON -.RATHER ';.. '1';' , GET BACK TO THE STATEa- .. ,...',':,,, ',F7tERAADVAE IAE'l. '. .., Is.i.., ,:,,,.;;,, s .. : poek,yHEts ..., ..,...,..J. I klif,.., li, .7. if -. .:,':,' ., :, ..
' - '''. ''' ''' a SIONEHEA,DS ONLY IWO- DO THE
' '' ' '' '','' p, ONEASTER HEADED 4. :NATIVES AO MIND ' 'THE 4,' ,, REMARKABLE : ',N,, 1. COULD GET REAL , ,
, ...., r istosID! ONE r.EvER ; ,,, KNow op ETHER, 161AN? -v. piNs oNs-fR 4 ,,,i ExcrrE, p ,,ABp, ur:n.i, is! 4111,-,;i ,, .. .s- . ,, .,, ,',., LEAVIN6 1, ';.: ''' t. 4w--, ,,, ..
, .. a!?' ,
- ''' ,' '' ' ', '. , HEAP OF! it TS O'RIGINe. ".; : ; :411',4FRE IS r
, ,, e ik 1 1., 1 WAYS!. r, i ,ofk ,'' '11'4t' '' 1 r ,11 '
-I, t i ', ;-, .14" ,, , , ,., ,,,, 1
, e.. i ''
' I 'O 1 t----(1',1 ,
, yr -N4' t.- i t ',!',
lar4' 1
- , ..,...,,, .; -f;.,,s,,it, , ,,0 ... ,.,, r,,, ,:,,11 i, .. .,-- ,, -,,,. - .,,, ; ; t,-,,:,, ,-,, ; , lo ; i. ,, ,,t,i,),Ilt,';;.. .,,. ..' ,i, ,,,,
'' , ,..
4 klk,, 4 '' t( 1
,,- 4 , Ili 1, i i . "v.?. ,' 4
'''' .. 9''' 1' ',' t '.. ) . W, 0
, , t ,o 1,
' ' i''-'r'',4:Ar ' II ,' lif : ) '' i L s', '- N 0.,,t ,' .. ,,t kl ki. I. ,...-tt '
' i rAlf 1114,t,t, '''' N141 'N
,i b- Al, ,'014t,4111te ,s.. . -,,.
, It 4 .4.1'. ,A 0. 1 .1 q ,', t 4 ,,,.. .(4,,, i ,,,fr: il, i .:t A 1'1' A ; t ''''''i--,''- :vt17-!.4:tr. -. ': ' ' ,,,,,
1144P1111H)'.;-' Et' ' k 1 1 le
..'. ift At:41( ' ; i; i '. : 7e-e..--- ' -'. ,. ,
-.. by 2".' ,, .ii b. .
r .,.. i ,, 0, 1 T ,,,1 A 1 i
. ' t ' .4 ', I ' OA'
!
. ..! f
1 e..1:,;',4'...i, ' -:.;'.e 1 TO
.; ''' -. : : ,, ,, I '' .111111111; '' '. ''''; "L.1::74. 41. all' ., . '' : N
, z '- -- -
,, ,....,,...,..,,, ,.. -,;.- ,- Eo.w4-,- IT, -, .----,', ,,
, t 1,5,., t4, ,.. ,,, t6.......,- 1 ",
. '''''',. 2 i'''.., ;4....11-;'11"... f..;.'''''',.'":''',....7.:.,,,,1'...:..-.71.1.'IN41.-awi'-4:',,;4::,: -1 .:'' -:''''' Ili .,, : .' . IP ,,,,,...C., .. 1 '1421' :
NI PY j
, .. i: .,, . T. ,---,- ,-, , , ,.
? '' ' ,, . -", 4.7Ct I' .,,, 2 t ill ":', - ., ,. ,.
, .- ,
, ,' I , ,,' .,.. ,, ., t-,.,,,,
' .w,,:;,.,;"'.-
o i,, 4 1 ; .f. it. .,' ; Y : t-,k,
, ,,
1 o'
tb ''
' 1 g'-- q--4''',KOZW
. -, ',, 7, --- II- ',. : '', 2. 4 ''.' '.',: .:', .., '',.. ', ' ,.
i
, ,- , ...
, .t , , 1 ., Bocrts ww.D. nips, supoctic,.;,1 Ale's Sorry? ., .t, 3, -t, , ', .,-......1 ":' '.;'''.' ''''' ' r 111 MOSS' ISWI11141 '-' s - .: .- AC:
A
:-'''' ''r'-:' ''''':::''' -" I- A'AA:,),A, ---t-t.&--,;te,.t.ft 7.'-'.'-...- :' : :-,' '':.' ':' ": ''$''' "'''' I "'''.' '''''I''''''''-',-.-':. '' -'' ;.'-'.-;'-'---'-;.. '' teALIPtStP -TrUe Life dventureis' k
:.,:......,,,... DAILY:::.,,FORTUNE-.FINDErt-...:-
. ,, To fooro our "Fortune" tor loilaylrom tho stars, writ la the lettere-
.I,,.,:',: ',. 1 'd? "- ,, '',I -'k'''',-----"'"' ''. -i t. ' ''' --', ';'" '' ' 1- . . . '' ,' ''' et the alphabot corresponding to the summate ea the lino et the sotto. ''' .. .-.,:
100bYT 1.00Mit. kS,4 tpi'toN.(.1.1 ',....i,itiAlk. ,oiiii'l. J;,,,FiL. ,AN-, ,. ....., .., : ... ., .,,,
logical policed la which yoe wore born. Yea will Sad It lea. ., .- .. :
. .1.5..,, :1-,:-... 1! .4-z I, ,. ,' .,meilimr s,,mp 013T ptpl.144t 4",m1. ,C.0.41T 'TELL ,.11.)STr0 t s .r .., 1, ;',1111,, ., 47' , 17,-4,J .',,, , .,. - . It .3 1 4 3 6 t I It 11111 12 1314 151617 ISIS 20 2121n 24 1536 1-, -..
'' E' ' r' 11-411 ' -' ' 4CA) NAC:114 SOION cm-t-ErA 06001D tk)(-441. I ', Akimisiz ,-rmial3ARRAGUIDA Wks. ..,: ? ',. : ..' ..! -..'. A I C lb I t 0 11 1 6 II 1 Al SI 0 P 0 I S I It V VI 1 l 2, ,' ,, .,,, . ,.
; ., SO) 11.10.1TTEV ttPts E)41 -- moo f, ostvkle, rv : 1
. ,,
' ' I- '''' -'' --- '' '' ', "' I )'''-rrr-14 A6 MI-14H CP Til''' 6C-HCCI" CP. -,' - ,,,i'4-7. ; ', ' t' tAN' 22 1 '3 15 14 22.. 1'14 '', 3 9 14 7'12 15 '22 f5 15 ..-.1."-s; .' ''
,r-----:-7- I; 7() SEE li 11. 4 '-' -- , you Op 0,(2NOST PN ,r ', ,;, 6, 16161-4 AS HIS isTOKste..44 ak1.4 H61.-v4 ,,''.' .-,, ;, :.pp; ,''',1 PEE. re l .- ,.. , ., , '. ".
.i .'. ',. ,.. '' t'1. ei- '!'i I '''': ' ''') VI' 1...A4.E"rvAW!ie...,- 'tt ,, 'I.', ',,, 1 --, :'---. 14 6-1-1,11' KEEPE; Allie3k9 E- kilk''' -' ','. 1,6i -: PIS. 21, 2' 21,19 20 12- 'AI 44 ,J.7 ', 1 3 20 ,', 9 22 ,s 9, ,20 25 ;$ : 4
- '. , 4f ;1,, ,, ,OV'EN- TO', THU. ri,11-1.1RIES. ,. ,.. .. ., ... ,, , .... e. t ,
, ,. nor zit ,, iIiii, A ''.' ' , ,, ,, '' ,.' s i .41. ,,L, :4, 4, 4, 1 ,,, ...- ,.,, ,' 9-,' ' ... ,-- ,'''.., ; '' 'MAL 2 ,
1,...,1 5 1 ,15, 29 14 15 .23.12 5 l' 5 20 5 13 ... I.,
..- '- 4,,
, ;Li, ,.-4; A ,,r--:., t -,, "4 1 ,-,
1
1 ,,,,,, : 1
,44r,,z,
,' 4,. :,,, I -1,.. IL ' ,',- ,;. : V i 't, -4 , '. e -' ', r ,to plAw k. 7, ,;,. mAL 21.
11141,,,, ,,-.,,-,,,, ,,,I,,.,'' ,.,,41;r1 1, .,,r, ,,....,;1,.., ,..1717,1,.,,,, .4.;r,:,'' '' '' ' .' ;4011 -::.',',;....,,i,x774,,4,.;:."!..! ',,,,,.,...1:..),, ...,11' ..'.16.---'4". '' i ,,7...;;'-,..;... -:-.'-'-'''d1.- '''''''''11.-ti. .;-'' .,..1,'. API. 21.- 7 15 15, 4 .3 15 13'14 5- 14 -19 '''i SS,' St 15 24 A ; '.
, to.A,,,,r i 44,01r ,) -- IT '':' API.20 .. ,, :
1
-. k ,hiP, r ,L. 11):14., ,,,-- t 611, : ) ) I; ..;1.'-il-
, ..e 'mAy 31- 10 .., g 23 4...5 .12 IS 25,419 214,25,10 11 1,1 19 '' 5 :19 :-.1';'.-
. ) '' 1
t)
, .---,,,-,,,-.0 .),
.1 '.;,,,,.; ':. ...t 4 .t, . 44,;-.ft ,, .4.:..,:,,,,t.4'45,;"'0"-'4'''' ''-- at I,' '''-''''.- oT,47.'r,f0,.....''' 1 t-
, ) ,.. ,.. Itt,0 ';', 0;4T ," ,TA"thlir T:' 'T i r ' '''' I '' 1 t '1) lb 4 V ..'"
. V xb,t,'.., 4 :,,;) i-)-1, 4 ,....,,, ,' -,,, ,,,..,..,
r''" 4:44"fee
I -' ''''!' Flr,'44 4111 ,, -,,?.iJ ,'"' 9 ' ,, '' ,,6 0 11 'iA 4 4, ' 4, ) j kk ,,a,Pbtib- ' g ,,, 4:4- JUNI 21- ; -.. ., ,. ..,... .7. ,,.,, 1 ,...
.--
.,
, i '.-- ''' .,',... .. ; ,,,, 0 LL i l' ''---'7. ; ' 44, I't lib' :. ,,,:44 i
01,41 5,1 ),0,,,,..,,- 'a..,,. ::,7,i4,,,-:-. ,....,,...i ..,4,- ,;',40r .'- ,'''','' 1 Just 22. 8 7S '11 e ' 5''' 5 -'12-21 )1413-k 5 46 10 tot I 14 I tvi ,. ,, ---
, .,
, , r
, .4,;e-,---1 ',,,',,, ,j' '', r Oa , s .-,,, ,. fo.e 'A;'1) 0 -,,,,"" '''' 7,,,...,-sell'' -1. -. Sillt 23 - - :'
l''1 : ? ' ft' : 1 2 : I 4 ':, ii.1
,,-.', -'',.''. -,,, I -, Si' 0, I 4?, !,,,,,',k1,4,,,, ,k,,,'',., -, :
,,,,t; A4..2-2.. itili,7,''' ....rli:.:::"'''', 7,-.. :P...;;;,-0100,1.1-"'''''''''- --,....,..i.'rem."17:31- ,..'s...'-:-'. $ 'A11'12224'
: .. Ss- 0 4 ,, iJk 114 .. .04. log.ttS. Pet. Off. ,,,.1, ''''''':, ,,,..keyht, -:. ...z.''' lel. obrkk..."-., J 4 ,,,44,1,,,,, , Attu.
, ,1, ,0 491111 11 tilA loot, Mt.. "'" , ite I, ,0,0,4,,,04y., .. -0.4-gt- 000.,,,le,,,,,,,,,,,-,w410 'i 14 a '15 '19 -20 2 14 '21,19, 21'''. 1 12 20 18 9 .19 , .:
4.' 7.r ,,,,,,,,,- 1,14,...0:,,, ,47-,-- -4,;;,,,,,- Au.4, 4 .1 25 15 '' 6 1 4 22 ,'. 1 14: 3 .5' 13 0 14 20 -:.. :.,
-,, i'ONI''',.1'''-"'". A44:4 I! ',4' -''',-',.st )1i.'. A f-Af,- ,' -- : -- '" '' I:' 4'. : ''' ' '' ' ' ' ' '' . ' ' '''' &1,,('' ,,
"'':, 'p,,,,Lr.:, .fm;i.--- e,.. ';IclitgeAt,., ''f', l"T- 24- ,11,iali 22.,? 5.41.4.15i42.; 5 10.. 5 T. 12,15 .2119 25 ;... -.;
,,. ,-6-t-tt-AtAtt.: 7- : .'..,-tr.,..-0..:-.. CAPTAIN. gAill ,,-,-...,- -,-......,,.',...;...1111.11Vila..1111( Be There-21!:7717;:,'..'"lr ,71.'(-'7''1.4q ; 17.., ".'. :, ,..,.,,.' RI LESLEIL TURNIIII, t4q.,1
- 1 - 0E11
. -'''1)1"(: ..4.; '' '' '-':'' '' ' OCT 24 ,--1,44 ..
' -.; ',". -- .!. -- -,-,... ; :. -a!4- k t',',,;'19,L4(1 ',;''';',I't,,,,,,,' --:' -:,,,-,,,,, '',- ,41,11-74,-!. ...., tw3, .:,, .. , 3: ,,,,,. S r, ,, 20 ,,;;; 19.14, 20 15 "3 ,:: 4 22, : 1 14-.. ,I 11 ..
. ,, p, ,,k-,rL.'4'''4r1 4'4.1( 44,.,,,,,Lor,477, r, ,., ) 1 Nov.22 . ,,;. , ,,
,.,,,"------------ ' ' NERVOUS. ' '"...4 Sirf rM 64,ko Tot, , '' ,. . A 'TICKET TO FLORIPAI --. 4,, '''' :it T .4614 .,,V'. 01. .4 ellt, t 7;:,---&i,ty!:verv -4.7,,ff'. :... 1,:l Noy 28. 2 22 ,, 3., .3, ,22 24 ,,25 23 le 5 16 ,,, 1 -, 9 is ;, s i .,,.. 7,.a , '... .
. ; .. .
5440,,N0Vi ' DeclOID THREE DAYS', vbu .0104.r TO 6es mst HU50Akio 7 eiksy wiLL AN5wEit "4i,,S -'' '' ''. ' 4' ii,;;;,T',' "P' ' DIC
.22
:.!''' .: '- VIEILI Dki AM AIR ', ,,, it4 RIM INSTEAD OP 1-1IID AS MUCK' WARDItIt WHAT'S THIS 'THAT WHEN RE WITS ts :
- ,;i" .4, s:', ,,,,, .,,,filtt ...
to.,. 0. ,,,,,:',..1.9 -..- ,,,0 ,,,44...,,- ,. .. ',
.011 0 Is', o' .,,,, -- ,,.!."'',1.1,r ,,Iff:0 :,e,,,..,,, SIC 25-' 1 11. 16 .13- 5 ,,' .3 g 9 t 1 20 :- 5 '4 T. 9 ,11' 20 19 '.. .' :
1-012CE TRANSPORT .. -A 'EINE, WOULD OUR oxyaft4 oR wATEits ,,-;k ALL- ABOUT 1' '4Olift PLANE TO TAMS TAMSss
ss TAMSss 2 0
PicKs LIPA TENSE . ': 7;:07''''. ,- '''' YOU TO HIM1112,4.SM00 a,,,, ,,,:,,,s,,,,-:,. .,......,. ---: -'.- Sims'', ......,,,,s-', 1-.1'-'-''''.,-;.. At, ,.- .., JAN.21 , , ... . ,. .. .. .
..!,.- ':...:. l. LITTLE, GROUP OP i s ''' 6:4 ,eN, 0611 PAT?V' 11ND NINA TO SAVE -'---''
:, ,- X,' .; -N ,,
,. , ., .-,..,04, .t,t ,.., .,r ,-,--...--,. e WillWROWM..11 ' 'VZ...
. 7 r: . ..; ;,, .. , ow. AHD THE ,,..... ,.. , 4 r--"'"-,--.-.4,,s EVII POUND ..,..al-..... ,.'',.. .., ., : tw"" C7 tf; 7.'.1. i-'',.....,..0611..11.11,1:71!:,'''..'''''''..'"'""."1"...iiii...."4". 1,:, : : ..ie,...1.-p ' ir: Die.,1,...wi.7 . 1 .,,. cm..N .. ,, .. ,,.., ,,, ..
',. .' .. -13, '....'''' 0: '.
t' I '';- .i C) et14 .5. 4ht e34 41' eli'l : : : '
",,- -.... - - ,:,..,' 5ATELLITE.,:, ,i; , you 11iT ''''- till'a ir - .1,
- ,.! ... A.: k 7s. -t. '. -:''... 0 :1 AN14Do.: ' ' -4'i Aril elwA0 10 , .; 5 i-r .16, REPICIRTE-0. ,;.---.......--.....--.......-......-........"......----.,
44. --- ' ' THAT HE I2RNES THE '.', -; '- -- t '' -1-tul
. o '-.. NOW THAT Ttf t, ---7-... ---, Ilk.- .,..,-.7 .,.- '', 1 1 L.
. .,' .. 4,,,, IP"-
. -",:',:: ' --, Time 14145 ' "1 '1,0'', '141;rt ,-, Iv- i 7 suRvIvome ft.rro 61-4,1LLoW -,'' ''-''''''''' : --; '' ''''' : LEJJ '' :' '-----.011p '- '' ''," '
"i. COME! .,,,,,, ( ' ',' ; i''T i. ,pA
, ....- WATOR AMP:RIVES HERD' OVER ,, .. ,
. 4 e'4, 'i 'A i ''' ". ' . ,,' ..f (('''' vr 1 ,,-..1k) - .., ' i
, n. .'... ) 4. ' ' :-'''', ,. . , '44:1, k
,:l '4'.':'1. '3. -'1'''''' :''' ." -.,TT1-104 uprnk. H15 isAPPETrri5 FETURN6,.; ,. !.. ... -.., ....., ...', : ... ,- .'', ''''. 4ir '',.......,..,.., '',.. ,f ,,...
.
.. ig,..,..:.1, .,.' 4.,, ,) ' i, ,!'' t 4(1
-. ,- I -,. ... ..
, .
..
-1.-1!!, ,,:.: ftwooll,' :,- ,: 'T 7 ,..-- i'l.1 .,,, 01
- .'.. ... itLyt l !. 7'1, , 42-7' sr ''',. ., I
',1 . I -L .,
' Lis 1:4,Lk ,,,,--- 1 ( 4, . .A4. ) if (Aii. a'1477,7,. :. Ns 4, , ,, ', . , .
'I ) '-' ' i 13 Jo, : , ''':- 2-28 ' ,,' ,' ..
--.
L,.21 ...?,-, 4,:t 441 1 1.:.. ..,L.J.ftt1 ' t 4 ., . .4 ., t, a a., .' t y' .., . a ,, ' t ,,,, a ''''' I ,.-.. .., ....
',NA.) t
, .. ''. ... : ,,, :. ,,, ," 1968,111, NIA Sor2,, loc- IM. P,sg..V,11. Pe. et i
T 41z),4 ,SIDEZ. L.ANCES,- :.- -,,-. -- By Calbro!th -,
,.., ., ... .,..
''''41 -1 P.---.''' '' 7, i i s ,..
, ., I, ,! ri ,.
, i ( -- (, . , ,
,
. 1- 11011117 bEEEILI i .. ; . .. .-. : L4, L. 1,-, By DICZ CAVALLI i ,' ':'' ): -,-,' ,,: ''ii:-.t ,z;r:. 1--.s-,.,v Is.Ltr:,,,-- 1 .2.,,-
..,, ' '. 0 Q 111 : , ','" 1
, 4 ,- - -1.'1, -.i.' dr .,:2:, .', .:;-' '', ,:-' ,--1;' ,,,--'''" i,.i 't..1 .! -7 1'. e ''-'". 2 2 4 1, -. '. . I', ''''' .- '''','"-''. -.. ; '' -I '- -:.' '- ''-, !''''.- 3 '''..1 ,f, ',''' '1''. iL' '' ''' 1 1' : 1111 '' '' ; .- i 24. ; t:
A,v12 i '" '':'''. rqt i ,, ,,
t ''' ' ''' i ,"',: t. : , ,' .!..: ., I fs, I ,.. .' f- ) ,,. '5, ': (IV i ,
' ; -, ....1-4--,7-.,,,, a
'',,!' I '' .. '' : '' ;', '. .' ,' l',' ,' '';!UPAPI '': MI11151
.., , ...
- I .1 .. (NO , 2 h A
. .... : ,'
' ; 1 ',. ,. .. I ' I ; . 10 r' I '', t'-THERE Vila' et'. -..:-.',.
, , , ,, ,,, ,,
.4 . .,, ,,, ,.-,, -,,,-,, '.' ., '',.( -4, i , ., ,, .,. -: ;,-.,, -'.
- .64" '
t rrill -11'... nt .: i NO AOCE POKER .- .. ,...
,. ,,,,, , , 4 ,-, i ,,,,, ...? '', ,' ';
et ,
,,.
-..i. . 5 2 w rzi 6 -... b , ittj, 1 r i I PLAYIr4 DIAING
,,
ir , 4 ,, ,r4 'ij ,r,,,,),,, 1:..,, ,,
THE LUNCH dir,w wl.,
'' , ,. t.) 1 0, ,,, ,
. ..
,
'''l 0,5 f ,' i. ,, .,.: .:, -; .: : :' c
0 , y ... : .. ,
1
,
,
' tiAl.
'
' i...1,..'.... . L NI, 0,-,-.11, ,., HOUR ', f'belp4 ' -',, ,' Js .:,...., ,', ,, : i 414 ,, ., --,-, ',-., --.---;; .. u u --, .;,', -,,., ...,...., ,. l''..:-...,
. I.,.. .-,,
-,- ------, 1 ,,,,,,, 10 ,,
,..
, F,',.:;;.,,,;.'',:11'.,,,,-, .,,,,, ., ....?- ,, -4, .''.' ,, 4. ' 4 4- k i ',. 4, ,., .. ':. ..
,
. .. ., ',
.... ,
,,,,,, -, ., I 4-.4'.4.4,-a emessassit, 'r
' o -',L '.. ----,, V. Z18 ( ,, , ,) L.- 1 ' t; ' '1' A ..
- L t,
,
'
i.' -.:-. ' 1 lir Z Ca '' ''' 1 :..'',,;': . , Dia ,,.,,. ... -ta--or
. i ', . ;,! .- t .4 -.4, t
: '''' li)' 41 ''" rd , . e ri ',..'.,' : : : ; ..' S. ': ....1: .t... 2. ...' ., ,', s .--'.',...,.,, .. ., ., ...'s1.,'.-: 's. ,
4 l !:
' -, fijk4A I
. a .i:.,-,...?,..:.,,,,1111 Epp. ....- CAVAL1,1
-.; ,s,4,..-
4 ,,. , ,44 ' .' .'.., '; 7,-4:..r..A ., ...,... .,. '.
,
, ,
liS
V 's If ' 1: .,f",..':.!..,..:'.1'..;1:,:,:.''',.:.k 1 '' ;"
'' Ll' -2 -,1,1.".,...11,7,14 .:',';;;. i ': ,, .-,.." .,:.. ,,, ... .,,
,, ,, flir Ir
... "811,1111111111,111. kr kk,,,
- '- "..".""r.' .-, '.' ,' $ : k..... ',.:,.. ',,.. 0. .-. ....L.: ,',,... :.:-.,,, -1400Seeenrelek4, ..,,
,
-----3: 0 itill by Sorrho. Inc t.M. be. 0.'Pm. OM. ", '' .., , . ,' .1 T 's --''''''''''''''''
-
l' 'Bill,'L Co' 'rlt t '''' ---- : :.:' 1"'"'. '''. : .. '''' ''''''''''' : 1 :'"':.:.'1.. '' '';''' '.... ... :4.e177."7'" i '77"'''''''.) 1 I'. '''. ' ::1.:. -. ... '
4 .k.,......,...,, .'. 1 ..' ' ypeladtfinornnier:.,..y.0,17..,,,,,,........ ,..,,....,. ,.:.
: OM BOARDDIG lEIOUE'l ' .. MAJOR' WPOr1,11 OUT OUR WAY-- .' ' )0 l .;; ' '',' tisI. R;, witatilis,4 ,,,, .., ......,
WATCH4-INATCH -mast SURE! IF :Ttt ''''''... '.. '''' . '2 113!"-,mrobthlaesrtsaffbottir6imrthadsystPoasc:r
ill ti."2 itigi z THINK WE'RE G'ONKIA WOOPS DON'T PUT THEM I ; ' ' ,
'.; OW07rifilerieCIDALISgg I.r OH, euTIDEFINtTE,,, .L..', ,- ,',
. -- - ERS, WELL,GENTLEMEN.'r, ''''' LI"IAK: 1 NC) TI-1E.
6FOTT-TT!;,- MA3'OR DEFINED - ,i : 11, e e ill
,,. ,, a so ,TeusHATI146euss,ovFAEllituT.RHGEs,R;, soETeayA 7,,,,,,,' ,..-- 4;,.. .., 1, ",,, ''' '' ' '''
V
, I rill 1,41 WITNESS A COUPLE 0' OUT 0' SUSINCSS RialiT '' 4"'''',...--'"'-''' ', ''''' ' ' -a "; ' '' "'"-410...--,e. 2111W 2111WI'M:IAUSED'
I'M:IAUSED' 2111WI'M:IAUSED' Y11CARLLL
'' .4.0 ME QUESTIONS "TO A ,
AN 0E3E 1151-4,--,' ': ''. t" '':. ; ';:. .:1I'-'' o : -i--"..."'....sr."..... ,7111C('4.4,.,;,,,:a.e siP' 42' A PA 4' osf- AY: 4RwAYS ' .. 7 ': .
..de...t 4.1 ' ...mere!ar .---Z...-4"" .. .
.:. . ..,:, : : El4A16C01-1pCp0Mor4TEENITTAENITT,14
AENR1),(4,141.0R.T64E15'. ODALIGK -41' 11 ,' 4-,.. :--;- ,, ', .-,,, wasEgA5,7,;:aATD V:TrATtstg 11,c;"Bcv.Zw"c"INE 'Lli .;' '., '..,,......-,-'' ''. .' '' L ''''''-----7,,.. ' ----!-, ;'';' '' ' ''' ' '
, L , FFIRMS OR CI-IALLENGEti .F-R.,4.114a 05 F.6-11C-1 . --1 ..' :'"'" ON MIS MACHINIE, GAVE ABOUT llf NEXT-APPolfr. ''' .; r',"'"---- ... ''-.''' r .', b-, ). -' 7: ..' 1- -... -, 1 ,,,. -', .':, ,. ..- i,,- ,:-.',. ,:,;,.., '. .,,,,,,, .. ,. ; ' .-.; '.' ',.- : ;
:: '.; C i I-1E A11,161esiER tet-FOR A w4NEEKA-, AND 11-1Eqg'5 1 .;,A'. L ', AN IPEA107191S,GUI, FISH A.L4gKg.rsp04,31,Jp, '', ..4., .'; '''' ----- 141 '. I '' : '. ', ',"1 1...', ',' i, '' ,'. i : .,, ,' ,' '. ., '
' .' 1 TOTAL WAGER 0 A FOUR- TUR116I-14. , 71-kE 4 , ,, wiio HAEIA LITTLE WW1' '10THATAN-WELL.-- .., .(4,4,0,,,: :',' 4 ; 1 '-- :. Le,re"""."-- ; .. ; ; i : ''. ' ' ,..---,1' ..;
6IDED A FEMALE ', BOOl ,.. 1 t i c, .1 : i FAgm IN,T1-1!,, NOwADVIS,IF YOU MAkE f' ''
' I $50!-"VslE''bi- TAPERiN6 HAREM,. WILCON 1 1 ,:....... ; 1 4.t.) ,f.
I ,1 I 1 ,?,,,, susuResi ,, r A HALF A CENT, ANEW ' -., .. ... -, 'f" q'
5 61ARI WITA .ou, -,- l''' 6 P" "' ''.. PANAMA:. ,.-.. !! I I .,..
. itil b NEA Sbriloo, Mr.
Fl M OPENS UPNEXT .- -- -, - . , 1 .1 , , II, 7 ., . .
,PILLARI' s Av 0, wg ' 1 R , .. ,, ,
; ' ; -' -' : MA30R441VIWAri 1., e, '' .. -4... 04 1 ..- i,,,:., POOR TOMAKE TH ,' ,
:'. 2 ''' AN ODAL1514 '. ,'.. ''';', ,: : : WIN6 4 '..--;'....' -1A &zit, Adak cLock' ......q:, OTHER HALF," '':,.
.,, : 14 v ,,,' '', ,., '') ,1 ,',,' r. ,st. i' 1,-, QUACK 61.1Rit, ''f :1 , ,, ,, k ",-" - : ',., ,S.'.F. 1.,11i. th
il
,
..
MIAMI .. -- -':', ''' ...,
, .
.
,0, aypopulamusasdysoluEgxopla,'itnhaitt Vattoasmael!.7.7dLs..p..e.e.,!, ., ,. .. ,...-,, ... .. ,,
: 11,02.- ) , ) .4 ,, ; - -vommob.moo. :
,... 0 ''. '1 :
, ((i t. lb ..,-N
.Fi .. Iti !III r: '4'
' Ali e',' i ' ) ''' ''' r., ....,....------- rjr, .,,,,., ,,,,,,r ,,, ,, .....,,,,....,.. ,, ,.., ,, ,.,., ,, ,,, ,
, ) , ,. 7 1, ,
,. , :
, , 'IFS st,,,At. ------,..7 -27-7-,:--... 0-:, --, "...;" , s, -' -
ow
,.',
' ('', k --LH ,,,,,,,,, ,, ,ir ,,, ,,,, , --- .114,......:-.1-----:,- -4, 0 ,0 , - ,,, 1- ...
,,- ....... ,00, ,,-,,-,,,-,.--- ---
,---,, 1, ----., , ,...--- -,,s-,.,...,L--- ,. ; Today's Tv ,,,Prograp,, .- ,. ,., ,,, !,,,,)
,
,' N' ;- '' ---- ,- .,. ,,,, -.1,- --,,,,--,-,-,,-,',,.1-7.-- -,,,5;4--, ,i! ..,, ''21, 0) r iL ,.
-- -:, a- ,., , i , ,". .I'? (4. '... '... '''I' '1 1 l' 'V 1 raireri
.,..,
-- ,- ng; I, ip, 3..00 EFN 'NEWS' '-' 1 ' :, '.. 7:30 1 Love Lucy --. ,..
,.... 4 0 6 ,. , t IS ,,,, ,-;;--- 1;, ---,' -.''''' F'4 '' ,,
.,, -,- , $- 4;1' t ''a -, . , .. Itt
-
I.; ::. .,, '. ,' 1:',3105 DuninivilhersSithy"! -,.... fl."00 TitAthY0 ATbnitlins"MYan- ' ..
' '4, -191- .. -, 1 I ''' I .,- .. 0t, , COO -,.News . '., . ', ,.,,,, .'. 1:30 '174;tlen111Seouts. ,, .. -......, ... .
. ,,. I,1
'' ,,, :, ,,,- i .,.... pharipoo Aro to rilied wit.b bru s, ea.. ,,, ,.... , , :...;t(1, Lotuotawwit:nztlizaTeitoothxa,t,07, le...so ,, runt It
'-' ' '' ,'.2) VI ---- ? 1
' b' 4C:ar' I 11 00 L' girN NEWS ; ' ''''''' i
, fil ,.,4 .;,-, , . , ... ., i ,- ) .. .....,,--- 5!30 PANORAMA. ' .. 21:15 Entort: Clirtutx. .
.
. - It ,- :-,7,' I. '. goggire would leave Ixfs home like new.; ,tillt,- ,,.., ,,,.-:, ..,!:"., .,, A:lv,,en.t1'71, ,t11,..,,,c.,1)tt 13,1and, Y's: ',, ,:- , . :
'1 I
. ,
1 ,.
- Courtety, 01 Aererias Panama Airways, -,..:,... ,..
- ; "",, ''''-, ....' ,s' $? 't'''''. iii.) J., ,-, ..,-.,,,,?,,, :, .. ..,.t -1 II, i..."'... (4 ,:,-., ':', .'' :,,?.,-t-tipst.t4,,,,,,' ot.....,,,,,. t' ti,,,,,,L,A, ',. t- t ,.... r 4 -A, ,(71,, ..a.r.gs11,,eds....T12111. 1h, .o...r4,,,,tht !luso .......,. ...-...
,
..,.,'" (Is' SODY ',. l- - ---t, ',..-,. ,.,,,..., .. ,.,,, ,,,x,,..,.,- ,,,,, f , ... ,'--. ; -. '' '' . ..- -'. '. ' '' .- .. PHONES.: PANAMA:. 3-1057 -- 3-1698 -- .3-11699 '.
, ,. ..
..,...,-.....,-..... -,----o'-ArfOPI,--ttv.ftlNt,kit4Go- t.''''',.. :4i'l,;--, ---- ..: -;--"-- -----,,--- ---7.-..vattatosall,......, 4-4 ..,----40-,--........1........m....s.p.,-.......A,440 , ow 4,44444b444444-ak 44 ---4., -44 4 -4-4,4, 4.4,,,,,,k,,,,...4,-k, kk---,,,,k -,,,,,,,,,,,,,;44., ''', 44,44,04
, I '9 k 2, NO .-,.,,z,...1.11,. L,J), to.km
' ' ' 141' ''' adb'' 'N ''''''' 10 1-::I51- BASE z .----T ,..,.iL,..ss....14 ;-- 44 , THe IAST STAND t,'",.V:,',!,.,r... .2:,i,g LI ,, : -, .- ., , .. , , ;, OFFICE HOVRS: from 11 a.m. to--13 p.m.,-
, ,.. ,
' .
-
.
, ., . ,
1 .
, .
, ..,
. ,
.
,
,
, .
, .
. ,,, 0 ,.
,
, ., .
'f t
' i' '' I
,
,
,
,
, , , V ,.
, ,,,,

,
, , --,..
.
-
1 ''
'' I Ir''''
r'''' Ir''''
'----- -, .5.:E ,., 5, 5 .7-4 AT IN 7-1E f,l, CHCF7-"EZ li r-E. C',..Y 1AAY TO .1'',, V. AY A-.72,7 C; Y'CLI, t EJTENANT MAnCI:r- -1 r ------ ------ J613.125LABR17.1461D,46. jis-TI:LAN57,763-0,49.AINstRJAT:s:RIDTV'wLTOZ' 11: I'DOVY0L5'.- 77.405A:lim,AAz:I'T ;;ADJ stOvZ:.:Lr-T0';')oo':5,1"1--T I
i
CO..."7".. C-F H'5 Lf-' AF..703 REALLY .5.E.',Z.:11 T-IAT A7EALAN7 T-C.-:..i .F.:-"R 7-E NEXT PAY CR TwO I vs,2,..HisN T ''', i vas ,..1,,,:. ,, 0 ,,
- ---------,, RWiCINd;Z ;OK TO 71.Asi ON ACO-EDS 14D2TSI-Rk6g. to's A (.10it461D con, Jus-r? r.41146 FORJ,,Gritd
I
-'"- i I.!' t ),N,AT A24.:.',7 --- io. It T-i F. E Az...7m A P CE- f NCE T..E CAPTA.NI A.,..7 I WvCW LET ChARLE5 GZT !lh.N7 YOU- E5,7E: ALLY IN 7 ; -..
, r vt (g,,'.,,, 1,, ',-,.., 00,4NEz lowl6pd. A, coo plisssucE . rm. e.,014510 61vE wi A A
I c -,,,---rA N 0- 7 7- 4 .?: C. -' -".T C""',' A' ?.,Le FETTER ThAN ANYCNE EL5E- PA7, ALLEN 5'. , ,..,,-,.--0--'---...----
- 1 t ti.,,,c,-. ,,, t .,: N.,,tswiGg iNoLIGA Ti,W BiAT:t4Gce ii,;- 4....4.
7r,-- - - 7 -: ,EzEA5..-.",..75, ,F. .1T, mir, ., , AG IT IS! s!,........ ,, ., y ''',"
r.tt$,,,,,. f ,,
1 i ,,. ,..----, ,1 7 ,,:'' . g 1.17",7' ,, i'',,, I i 1. - t --. ,- ----, I
' 4 , $ ,),...;E .:,.---, k,., t 4-4 ,- ,.
. 1
, 1
. .
-7 ''- L,7.--'
'11) 4.; ,7 .,e ,,..j -'t ,' 4 .t. 11 .,2'c.1-- .2t ) 1 i f
i '''' I
. IP Y t 1,,, ., ,,,,, ztp ....,(P.:,P p t ,--,),. .., ----r- -----.-:-.:L..- ,,,
I.
.-- 1
t, ---r --.
- i I t ---- .,
-
,
, ,
I t A
-N, , 1 '4'
., "Of t I 1 ''''' 11 4.., .6
--, 1 1 i ' ''''. i -.... 1 ''''' ... t '' tr ,11,' riP 1 1, ,, 4 ,,i .0 .tl, ,- ; '''
. tlk-6' ' i I : .it Z1 i''' I A '
r: t
- ,...-
'" r ".' 11'' I '
,
,
,,:'N ,ite,;.". I ,-....'-''' 2: : 4 like., 1 isli 0, .s.;.) ,..1 o.7.......1q.
lb itit. 1r, .....,
, 1 ,--,
.fit....:. ) ..,, .,.N.-1 ,t : L
,,,,,, r.,,, '-r ,it .11,, ,...1 ( -t; 1. t 1 4k V- . Am
, A, 4rt, I $ 1 , '... .1 0, li 41
".... '., 4 I iF i
...,, ,11 ,L, ,...r 7 ,40. k,,,
,-- ) 4,10
' i
- 4 't ,i,,ti P 1
t , .,
I I 1 l'r.'',.' '),- 1 ::: ...
-, .-- I ...-- , 'N--,,,,,, 1,, I I II 1,1
...11b, -... ''"..:-C, , N ,7) ,...,,,at 1 (), t ,. 1 1 1 t
,.1164ev..4 r---, , 1
'''' A 1:''4 'L' 4 1 I 411
, 4 r o ,.: - l''
2 ,;.4. IF .011. ...go ,,,o- T la flot LI 11- ft! SR ''"'---. 1'1'S'
r '4 il' --- 1 dIPIN OA A ., witiwat ,, '1,
1410; j,ft --- t,,1
-
. ilk , : ,. FRISCILLt3 rc" ,.i , -, uer Better Ball ' Ity IL Vrt2MIZ2 - '''
,
, k ( -, : ., - ' ,'-' i' ''' "'" '' g4 '
i ''''.. r,-,,u3 Arra Ws BEIZ.N1Da , , Danger! 4 ' - CI ILL ELOSSZ3 ';.---:----;---'
, ow - 1 ,
' A
, .......-,---, 77, Centaur... fevm Creek .-
JEEPERS1 '' 4 '' t Ji-4
,
, ,,,,,, ,, 1 ,,-, 1 L.fi, (1 mythoiooy..:. a person
who ,Is half horSeil THAT p :'
a ". , ,,,, r- CENTAUR Tr
v 1 -, -, WOULD :' I
-' l'''-' k' N Vt ta 0.424:S1-1E TWtSrED LI"MTER-eS,-Gertt, Pir- TES, istUTIV. 7uu(k WONDER
i
,11-14.TO0D Lou N6 l'-'..:EfeA'' 'rru".".. ,....: ,, 143 PRY- INARWTRAPt ' WI-I AT ThIAT 1
, 'ROBAINLY FOR t ,s'',', LEVER PROTRup146 'EVER'Y,'"' -----: F WORKS JUST FINE! r
----"----)
,
MEANS!? A '513r e ,1,., ,,.t. iluo .N: 4 ; .. 6,
1 L t 111'' 1 AL m't w --'-', i
.
. ,el- o I ..11" rt,rva, UPI. f'ilk DV ' .... ,.., ''...-;, ..A i I t P'' -, PROBLEMSV ,,,,1 ' ,.. -,,,:..,,d,t
( ,I

, WOTAN."( FOR j Jilin 1-kVER PROTRUDIts.K.1 ,1 t-74.J7o rinta : , relm,Arm r)- , totL,coLcri,i4a te.:N )41,
LT FROM 14elk DIARY :
--, 44'1' --- 1 .w; Lir
dr- AAA. 1 n ft
M AM -1s,P'EFOlka 514E LEFT., ,, I n , ,,,, ,;x ..



1
L
,

,.
,
- -7 r---3 r 0 0 IP 1 tt ,
.
, ,,,,
- I,
-t I I I ,
tri r, i i r! --- '-',4 71
, ,
, '' r(- ,. ; . )1 11 ,,
ik.....0 J 1 S 1
, , ,- 1 ; ., , ',
. L I
1
, ,,
t 4
,
-
, t I iir.....m L4- 4,6 LI L -',---, al u441 j ih44'- 1 -,:t Li; L' -114- -',3 i,. Li ',14,-; ,,.i -: - :
. ,
.
,
, ,
,
,
4
1 momommlimEMENEINIENEIMEIMIONIIIMIEIMInlminnina di 144 w4

.
.
MP
. ..
,
.
.
,
.
,
. .. ,,,..
C
' :..:
1 .,,,
FOTL. 1 SCI.711t1.'
.
.
,,,
, '' 1 rTi,: I .101 :

,
, ,
, 4
,,,
I., ''.
,
i
. t
3
4 f
,
' ,1, .: ; : isnnIAMI A"nr.il .2A.':11JP..)--' 1..' a'-nica' it'ritn ee ;SOo'rtid -tOclay that someone stole one e .. 4

.

plen:-.j7f9m,:.::fivii,,,-q,01.1.:..1.,,rp.p.,r.1

MIAMI, April-25 kUP),Ltanica,Alrlin es roportict today that semebne stole 'one
,cf its cargo planes and took,off from Miami Internatiall Airport:At 1:25'
4 ;Alberto Rodez, Miami .manager o th e,Nicaraguan iirlins, said the C-46A, two
engine plane was loaded with ',inoriTial""o argd that'had' been scheduled to,liave for
Managua, NiCaragua, at5;30 2:
A ,,Rodei said he had asked local author ities and the to Investigate. FEll agent
irt'charge John William's said his offiCeid W Ora checking ft) site' if they have jurisdiction

, Of its cargo planes and took, off from mi Internatione Porport, 1:Z5 a.m. 1,- Ps; ,,

;Alberto Rodez, Miami manager' of th e,Nicaraguan said the C-46A two- r, 4
. e -
engine plent was loaded with ",normal'c argo tbat'had' been scheduItd to,liave for ,,,
;

,
Manazua, Nic-atagua, at MO ,' - ".- I ;

A Rodei said he had asked iocai autnor Ives aria toe rol to Investigate, rol agent 1 ,
'
, A t. 0. -1! -n, 1 ''' ,ailv,
: 4

, in-charge John riiiiiams tialu r113 Ut tyf of w iellitnon,111 114.1112W 1,111;1 licavw Jur loustssty.
- -. 1 .4" 1
inthe casei-2 : 7 (,- -1- ---: '4:
; - s 1,', f 7 : ;4 s- ' '. :0 ::: : .:k : : : lb

-8 E. it dd. ma Its tat at Pt LO a Att V. lb At. 11,
-
t tttt

in the Cases- 2'1
Rodez said be could not spen
ulate who might have takenl
Nthe plane ,ort the authorized
said bad no indica,
i tion that it might have been
Cuban.' rebels. grabbing the
4 plane for Fidel Castro forces
in Oriente province of Cuba.
SeVeral Cuban', rebels have
een arrested and thousands of
rounds of ammunition and
weapons seized here during the
, idast two years before they could
, be:smuggled to the Castro fore fore.
. fore. Rodet said Ile ,"had checked
Managua and the plane had not
'err4ved there., It's about a five
and one-half hour flight from
- Miami to Managua.. ,
said the 'load of catgo' did
' hot include anything d.'very val val.
. val. liable." ,,
The plane normally carries A
crew of two.There Was no indi indication
cation indication of how many persons
were aboard the plane when ,it
'
VIT. T. Norton of the iirport
police said the, plane hijackers
forged the. regular Lanka;
crew's names with the dis dispatchers
patchers dispatchers at the airport and
1. took off with rie one suspect
1
. to I." $ .11. 't
e
. l. u 4 2,. , ,,
i: ti-,0!: 1
'" ft. &
,
, About oll some people get out of
6 shorter working week is a longer
hangover. 6 !KA,
.,This weather report tor the 21
hours ending 8 a.m., today, is
prepared by the Meteor logica
and Hydrographic Branch of the
Panamsi Canal ,Company:
,, Balboa Criutbal
TEMPERATURE:
High s. 91 ""':'
, Low 76 81'
: HUMIDITYt :
, High 90 88
7,Low..k.... 52 .68
' (max. mph) Nw -12 NE-21
HAIN (inches) 0
,. nigh ; '6' ; 6; 90
WATER TEMP:
lianer harbors) 73 34
SATURDAY, APRIL 26 ,
High v LoW
$14 a.m. 2:27 cal.
. 11:4; p.m. 2:58 p.m.
,
THE WORLD'S
MOST
,.; 110'NORED
,
SHOW
,.
,
52 BEST
PICTURE
A,WARDS
at WORLD
WIDE .:' :-"
IIONORS'"--
- .:.
Michael

PAdpm maid IP could not SDe-i Int. anything ,was wrong untw me plane woo ',' I sk g g g

ulate who might have talieni thi regular -crew showed up. 'northwest cargo area of Miami' t
'Disturb Ilunoute

Nthe, plane ,011 zne ItnaUtnorrhew
1 A night-4-watehman-- tor w. - ,1 Atb, I IT -7-77 7-7 7
,

, oost 4
' flight, Florida-, freight., terminals and :
said had no indica-, Porte Both Guilly
tile dispatchers saw the hiJack4
tion that it might have been ers and reported they looked Screaming omAn
Cuban. rebels. grabbing the
-- like Latin Americans." NOrtOn a I , , .k.1, 4
' A oslo so so 000 A 0 n'pintle mirfour ,wtt'h rpr

plane tor rine' uastro iorve3 !said the witnesses could not,say 1112 r
bbucsd lrying- ,-
4
in Oriente province ot Cuba.
it they were .c1.1bams:. 1 tu - t

Several Cuban', repels ;nave ; , r , g A
, A 0 T fill TA Ike,
een arrested and thousands -ot ,.; :

rounds or ammunition. a!tui 1 umarkip 1 A 1,Af 111110 WV. 'it : ?saw

emannnu set7Pd here aurmir Inelumin iluritim mu utffs

. 41..k1 m1111- FIEBP1.4 11101 :I 1 7

es, , ,,Enw 1 oww,"1 ": paro'sbe'he"ci 'Presrdent Ei h anuueu wwu opteu waa yttwea a la mpn, wnien is witnin saiety ,
: senowk , ,
Rodes said 'le ,"had e4ecked. 1111111 tirantimtilhAr. Yes!erdf.y shouting; have to get '

Site ves (ma 121ill 'Cho rsistne had not! It till ,11,o I .r K 7- --, 'r .7 ".

erroled there. It's about a five : ',1 The President,' looking dumb- : , a I, 1 t. 1 ,,
' and one-half hour flight from HOLLYWOOD, Apra a (UP) founded', comn.en!'e!! "I',F1,.!"tY, I Pnrntrnnnor. Whn Ni tr.n.itari 1 Ir'n'

- Miami to Managua.' Lana Turner hoped 'today. to re, as agents nustlea tne sugnt, rea. I 14 1,u,,1 1 or .0 t Ty' floul v 1 v
Re said the load of catgO' ald gain eustofiy.. ;; her,',. (laughter,' haired woman into, an automobile s 1 , .,1"1., .1 .1;;;I
, hot include anything "very vat,. Chery1,- the 14-Year-olti whO.killed and took ber to a Secret Service : ' ' -
- : ,: , ;
,

' ptoalC A...y
I If IIIU ellb .1.-,11rdyic
1., crew of two."there Was no indl- Cheryl wai released from policelMrs Edith Finch of Broklinel Ls) y 1 11 u 1
t, cation of how many persons custody'yesterday, cleared of a- Mass. She was taked to the Dis, ii,

- 1,1, IA 1 ME, M. M.-M. .,

1 mon. 11, Imm Mt Pk 11. MY M M ray ro HUI 1 11.. 'US. ...A.A.. LOAM M.101,13...1MA 1 rommz MI, MIMI.... WM 8 UM FM MY
1

' were arioara Ina plane WLICII ,Alo I lay I:41.111.c la s,o 1
;opus tinn I

' left. n. some Jonnuy Dtempanaw., Dm. 1. , : t 1 ,! !! 1, ,
-- . ator mnfilprt .1. oaratr000rs who made a , i t :

police said the, plane hijackerS was demo custoay Der uw,,y 1 a Am Ankauroxik MG A VIZ. I 1,, lung, .111MIPIreMpl 111 r,AirN
dent and Mrs.' Eisenhower were k which five men were' dreiged
forged the. regular Lanka child temporarily.,,
t 44 C.,;41.fftsft; 'T.g54Ifts 6L..16 A.1A..61 VP' 1

. J.w ei,.. s.... w ww,,-ww r w
? I : grandmother's ', care for two .The Secret Service
1 -, i
i :
said the FT. CAMPBELL, Ky. (UP) z33.:,.. .--,:,... ,..,,-,k- .. t: : '''' ,,,,,,,
' ;-4:''; vV-4, :z,- AV', ;
months pending final disposition woman was, not armed. -: : '' I've ,been. in this outfit two years :-..!:-..--:..f..---:-...,',3,1,,t,, .;,,::,1-,,,,: : .3 ,..,
of the nose On June 26.' 'r : SecreViServiee,:' Chief IL. E. and made 21 ihmPs-but I never '.4....,-,. -:.:, :1$,3!,10: : -.- .--.,,,, 0,':',.., 1 ---' :--:,::',,,
'I 1 Lii''',': ---7-..did ''''. '', I, ' ,,, , , Baughman said the same woman want to see another one-like that. ,.--",'-'A ,-"--,:,..,:ir'" -. ..,11- ,.., -.. ..w. ..-f.: ..',
1 er rtuultoull.a..vu ,,,,,..., sdy ,La T ,o,
' away.!A politeman who hanpan4
. ed.. on the ,,, scene ',', wanled the
' -; youths to stop fighting and' g0
, , ,:.--;,--,',5-i., :3. ,,.--::. .-:- home, ,,--
. ..- -,; -N Lynch's decision meant a t had tried to get in a White,llnust We: all ',rode from 'Scott Air ,::,:;,,.:1,...-:,,:.: :4-,,,t, -: ,-, ,,,..,,, ...
. ' :Howev,er,'. the: defendants left
1 -- - : -- 1 .,."' Cheryl 'can', never be tried for gate week ago... -, -, l t Force Base for more than an hour ., ,.,i .;:i,..0i:-.!..,r ,,:' i
: tile theater lobby'ind started to-,
i ,, 1 1, OA I .. murder. ,The. willowy, 'five .. foot -, ",- - t ', before the jump, 'I' don't know N' ,--j-i -,,,,,, . ,.
1 ii Tr., A .' eightinch girl plunged ii, butcher Baughman,- Said the : w o m I n what-, caused it,", but '' that flight 4,1,
I f
' -;t4s
' l'''. .. -, ',,,,-,
'41,,,,,,,,, tussle in t c
he' lubhouse. That
- was w ,. liceman arrest arrest'
' arrest' hen the po
, i'ri(g I knfe into Stompanato's stomach wanted to see the President be... was damned bumpitt. Maybe it ';' ,,,,,,,,,,;,, ,,,,, ,,,,,,, ,,,-,,,,,,,--,..,,,,, .. ed them.; '-'' 4 -: ; ',.f '',-!.,-,--,',1 ;
' 1. -- so low4, ''''' April' d 'after she ', heard o him cause she baCnot received an 41.. was wind I don't now. ", ., ... ,i ,,.., --,,,,,r,A114..- t-
, 'be Lf l -11. f. 'ow ? , o
, -. ,e, -W,, threaten:het ,InOther 'With Mu. lotment from her' Army corporal ,, some ,of the luys got,, sick,. "., ''"- -, "--:,,,:--r-''';',:',4r,''''''''''4.- s'
' l'u4 2" 1 viii , ,, tilation. r'''',.' 'i' ',.,l,' -'!'":',.- '' .'
, 1:4.,.--,1.'0,' p
t . .!( ' -, i then and 27 later, he said.
husband; She gave her age:, 03,42 There were' 40,'ef,' u in the plane ,,, -. ,,' --,- :----,,,-,' -,, 4,
''' fA C130 Herchles,tratsPort). We '.' Vi -- 4. o 4 ''..' In- findMr hOttiboYs,-, guilty,-
' Judge Deming reniarked!,,,:'othat
,
' '' ? The' g 1 r 1 toclarwas with the Baughman said the '' woman were all glad to get out of, it, '',,-,' ', this incident was something'that
', Aboutoll some people get out of 0 claimed her husband : ,-, would, have ,to atMehr On their
' 6 shorter workino week is a lamer grandmother,' Mrs. Mildred Tur Turl
l Turl - ter..-They, were secluded. in -a Wag living when we ,finally got to tht drop -----
with another woman who was get- anne.,.' '; 'f.., '' ,
. future record, and Wtild htive to
. 1 I''', -- home rented by 'Mist Turner and ting his -allotment,4 checks)w She i be explained when ,, either of
' 1 '- ''','- .-- ---; --,-; '-'-'-..., '' i Stephen Crane,' Cheryl's father also claimed that,1 between her i
E thing was all fght until i
very t-' i them seek emPloyment Robtri4..,
I'
' son is now in a temporary joh,in
, four hus
, .., A and setond of Lana s
husband. and the FBI ShesViag be- to the ound nta be A
we ; got, gr -or y le 4
, ) 4-
, the I,ocks Dtvlsion.',
' ather Or riot 1?an". -
4 e ;,. ,, ,, ,, mg c ea e
'A li t d t
ou ot a lot of money;
, v I .. ' , -, s she tlwas dragged away,. the,
a -little --above', the -fground. '1' k
just , ..4 -"' I. -',
About halfway', down I ,notteed I .4., I- ,,, k,
k
' ' ;- Both lathers appeared in court
,'
' .,, f'0, -., - -. ', woman screamed the FBI was do- was -drifting ,a little- faster: -than 1,,,,,7,-;yi,..-,J.-iy,.,:-.:,. .,.., -3, on behalf of, their SOng. After
...i. '' ,.. i. ing terrible things to her includ
usual-I mean it felt like I wal --.i -: .:. ... I, . the sentence WaS '' passed --. the
( '!''''' '- '4 -L.-- -- '' rt II tl Isref nrinri Ind avtArt-inn ,- ,.. gOing almost as fast sideways al 4. ,,,:"?:'. ,. ;:-f,'''':-..: 'toM ..; 1. ,,,,,fina thnnit handa and left the

t..... :,-,-..,..,, 1 fo,10 1m at tor! !ago '1! 777.74,:v.".. :',:-';',: : :., wo-s down, ; ." ; I -.! I : .67n7-17171:-" 77- '

,-
"tau weattner rePorb gor 41 I Eisenhower already : had r e
DUI? .1 Iftlitteg unay t!iri A in 1
hours ending 8 a.m., today,. is I Loncertzbet tor,.
ttrittan inhy fh. WkAA not sure what,happened. Usually P:;,al;N:',i'?.::,J',4',:,:::,t, 1 ir; 'Amo rt n rik

mut as. 4,1 I Assm, ;. I s I T st TOttok Ng ": ::;t: 5:3fr 8'

prepared by the Meteor loglea a a me before the woman I 4P.A
' '------ --- -- "--- ---"'r """ when 1 hit the ground I get Out i 1,,,li- k...,:i: :,k)::,;,,,,:.,;,z:..1 .01 J ;
,
I Ptesident; (4aolnei ::::,. --, illt.11)2&.'ie ,', i
, and Hydrographie Branch of the monday, Nigif - ous
, proached ,the President. The wow, ' d 11 th 4. tt, .:: :, :, kf. ,.. 4, :- ',' !- A, g '''' :
of the, harness, an..., ro tip e r.:11.,, :,,,,:;:,,:.i...:) -,, ., ;., ,4,,, : 0 f
chute.' 22 . ,. f,.,-,- .:....!.,..,.; 1,:,: v ,:,:.1. -,:,, t -i:' f'' iODAY 1
', Panama Canal.,Company: ; i; : : ''''' an got within about siz feet of El ,,,'
, iwedeeeday 1 wis 0 r a g g e e, ,,, ,,,,,.:,,,,,,:.,,,,,,i,;,..,:;,;...,.N,,1:...,z,::...,:4.,:,1, V46.,,AJL.,:-:2?-1,g,,,.....,,,,k,';,...,.:fi : it
( ,, Balboa Cristbal Monday night,. the Balboa High senhower.,,, V: 4 , EKE D RELEASE! ''''' .'
,. .,. ..,,
' School Symphonic band and, mis- , 1 ': ''''''' '. Seemed like I was draggled 3,000 -: . , .. f . ... , ,. . ,. '''
TEMPERA'EURE: ed chorus will present the first ,, n ,4.- ', 4, yard& The only thing that stopped INJURED PARATRO6PER An officer and an enlisted man ok. gilt rtc.,IL., !..' 1:16, 2:51i 4:35,,:6:53, 8.54 p.m.
'''''''''' T' 'Attend,Concert.':: ;':..wE N
, High 4, .,. 4 91 '.'"':' 36 , , g.
nf ;Rnihn2 Ifich's twn anrine enn- litoinsabAila ,Diok miAmoksi: m-weE, the treoc The chute ed. : eht,Kir MA Artrirlifinvk nf a "ore frnnrso. a f 1-... 41-..,.' n4,,-,,,-1 1,4. Ell BIN EinliwtoltatiltiAnit-

jew . 76, .,( SI 1 ri U31 1101ijdtel voLav waaAawm.fas vs, fk gAwL caL .t,44uY Olo-WVVA suc, jags 'AI '' 1.111111ns A 041E '01 I 1
it'ITSitf.'W";;Ii" blew Ante Berne chute which was beinz, drarred alorirt tho rround at' Port Ivo my ,m ,em , II Y." mYm

sented May 12 by, the or,chestra" ' -"' trees at'.,,,the. north sclger,, Jrt Camphell, Ks Five paiatioliers were-, killed,"itnti 43' injured 1-y
irCMIDITY: : Fi h' T .maSS.p.araolibt.e drop.. by; rftembots, Of. the. 101st
, :Airborne PritS At th,
High ,,.,r";;; 90 gs and Glee ,Cluls. 1111S Gnaidia'; They, we. ro:'' on ho' ne; m'ool I

ito ill. 11-1.1i1
c, naw su7 lg. Division taKing part 'in operation, .E gle 'Wing. ,
, iJe uuoam 04
". Many senior coloists will ,,be dragged. ran over to pull. down
: featured on 'Monday night's pro. Innida :today -
his chute and then I tried to pictures when 'they could have
' tikt td t' ps will be
wa'fanivit:dnIteot-adorwl01; "Ito amilankee
. t... twialt VIV-19 vr..91 aram. Don Randp1 and Carina l 1. I i I,. i i 1 I 41-- Cabinet, and many members of
ateendiPanmeaatietircon'cert by the ,

irm---;inenri;n't I kiiieri ie-itu-iid as 1 I n.ris.1.' ill:11 telimya flUUtli WIV Ue,F1111211:;TITrtiArilANUIWIell ItifilVi!rs,..t New York Philharmonic Or9hes- moneY1 ,, ",

pn, 301U1513 stanuet will alsoPe l'", t'g Ar Aill 0 AP" AU r'. 11.11,11111.111.,. ... Inv w U... : He,- looked awful. Then I,' saw jump if the wind is over )2 knots'. 't-i w um Itnt .1.ma.v ans a"- "-
WATER TEMP: - -- a featured narrator along with (UP) .-4. Princess Margaret con- ., : ,,:T k the next 'Alvave. of planes coining Maybe so, But the way it dragged
' -(inner harbors) 7,8 .., .. ,,, 34 Luchits Burillo in a musical' tine. eluded hex-Trinidad tour, 40dai In over. I figured .somebody,",would me it- felt- like,50,miles an hour. -,- r, .1 . ,-. .. "'A, Cinema- ,' ,,,,
a it it,
, it, ciaty ""God's, Tombones".,"-This by visiting the eastern borough Fkli I..,
1
,
. nain:TuesdaY evening atart.ing 'at .,-- , ,', .., -,, i!
130Mb. OSIS '," aro them But no. nut they ,, Maltha 'I'm hieko tn ha ;Ivints .,-, !I: 1 t 1

SATURDAY, APRIL 26 I work uses as a libretto the poems tot Arima and the Imperial C01-1 An' 10":m--; c,;;;;; e;;;;; I 1,z,-,..7.7; The President' and Ins IsmitY11 C 4, aCoPe 0

1r
-
1

High v Low 1 ot James welnon Johnson. The liege or Tropical,Agrieulture. Ari- I in hrittill3f IC121111 t I u.p. gir.adAti fnf 20 I ;no I $1,6;L.'ef:,,,1Will be occupying one oox, TarhnL till

2:21 2:27 it.M. 1 musie ig by TInv Rinown nf the !Ma honata tho Pnvel (mortar I 11 1b11111,1111111111111 "',.;,11:71.ff".:--11.::: I "'" 4'"J''Inipmhpre nf the Cabinet and thex e i

avg.? 4.0o p.ut 1 eu waring sLax.x. till Lne r3ritisn uommonweatn, 1 , I a npnnla 512ndino nrntina ,tnkina I . z - I WIVes win nn U!"' "c:""1 Ai ".'"11 I 1'

A I va Iva St vi vn 1(401164 117 si vs et ort nil, 1 -e tha 1ln naittut A At rnmr 1 ;!

; .I , Tonigt,it.ole be a guest (if' ..LONDON, April ;5 I erose .frore the 13,residt,nt's,Rox 11 ,4 1

- honor at the Governor Genner- ain gave notice today it will go '., ".''', P ') : 4 ' S . 1 Win Sit ..U-S- Ambassador Julian ,I ,..,,,t -1 7-'' .... It ''
- al's house at an Informal dhiner ahead with, its spring II-bomb,tests IJAVI 'To Cul 'Sfall r iN F. Harrington and-Mrs, ,Harring. ,., ,,, ,, ,
1 ---i I -. 1.
,, , , ; ,... ,,.,,., 0 and-reception , near Cluistmas Island sometime
' t ':(,), ton with their guests.. ...,., ,n ; 4, ''
THE WORLD'S ,I I i ' after tomorrow , . . , I
, - r'
, I 4 l t4 4
-Tomorrow 'she flies to Tobago .'': ' : All f ortott:lit:f Th orchestra including the COnl tg,,,', , A" I r ,,
,
e, P
' ' MOST ,,, Michael TOd d'S N N, for a weekend rest before going ;', The test Aeries is generally ex- dificers i ill., -,-, .: I ..
ductor Leonard Bernstein, w i I 1 ,. .-:,' i'ie I i
!
"- ; IIONORED : A' A ., to British Guiana to become,the peeted to be Britain's last. How c ,, -, ,,, ,, ,,,,, ,1,4. ,,,,,!,44. arrive at Tocumen A i r p o r t in -- ; '7,-;08P'' t 1
. ; :, ' '.. , 1 l''.';,1. 4, .' 4, ,i,.,; , first rnember of the Royal.faiel- many H-bombs will be. tested re-
Receive Salary-Cul :. three chartered Pan ', American
p'anes on Monday morning.' 'rhe ,,
, ., i
' ' ' SHOW ' . ,,---', , '' ly to visit this part of the Brit- mained secret...'' ,'
,
,, first plane will arrive at 7;30 and .
' ,,, I A two-sentence message from the' second' at 8,- while' the third, , :
-
' 52 BEST ',4 )3 Yesterday, the Royal Princess
. .-', gilsr .., Immortalized her historic West Pthineiadmiralty informed ,all sh p
i DETROIT, April 25 (IJP) The carrying instruments and baggage ,., ,,. ,1amil ,
'''"L: 0 S'E it
weighing 24,000 poufids,. will ar. --
PICTURE CI' the i, Cs Y
, Indies visit today when she laid
- 1, 1,,, the foundation stone for a new
companies that the Christ
mas Is a d a d
I n rea "is eelared
,United Auto, 'Workers, with close
,0 ,400,000 of: its peak i,500,000
mb rshipjoblesa and not pay.
me e rive 'at 10. ,' '' . ; ,
dangerous, due to testing of nue.- ing dues, will lay off 100 of its-800 ., ,
.
' AWARDS 11 80 d-"s s
, Town Hall for Port of Spaht.,
, The Town Hall,, destroyed by turlearthewreauTZ !To7.2,.,6 Apr,11, until ' t T A It E A L L''-
, From the Airport; ihe orchestra
. ...
i t t I t ft embers and
i . !. n erne lona s a m ", 1
members will be taken to .EI Pa.
- & WORLD , ,, ,
, - , fire 10 years ago, remained un- -,
, ,, ' the top UAW officers will take' a k, name Hilton Hotel, their head- Rossano ., ..: Glinis
-:BRAllI ,.,'' JOHNS .,
, , built mainly due to unfriendly '' ' 10 'per cent pay eut.
. ,
' But informid opinion here 1)e- ... .), ' quarters while in .Panama. ., .
WIDE .' . B E L' L A It I S T A rela,tions,, between. the, -central lieved the spring series would fie- ' - '' ' 4" '' ' , , , i ... : ,,, , ,
,
N ,1,,,, . , and local governmetts.--,. -,,-, Phy Greathouse, -a -UAW ., vice "" - -- ' '
, . ish noff Britain's planned testing.
, ., la., MAI ISL.'''. -. - -,-; '' - --
, , . Russia wound 11D a bit test '86.. nr 'sid t. id, 11. t ff.
' Margaret's only L'Other' eng.tt ediately ent start deciding today nwhich '' 3 ',I 1 ',' :to ) .', ; : N .
.. 'ries last. ml onth iind ipri-M
st 1 members will be laid off and r oh r 1,, ii.
-
,,. .., i ,. , gement during this compare,- annoenced a ?' D
sus ension of all d' ----
tively tree day.' was ', to be the 11'
tests., Under heavy po i lea pres pres1
1 pres1 '' what- jobless benefits and other -, v VII V ------ -,i-- ...44---- Av, ' ,
1 honor guest at it reception sure, Macmillan was believed an- arrangements will be made for .- ,,. -n--- A, ri;',s,,,,, .' ''.- : -...-. t' -:
.
e A ,,, -.,;;:, THEA IRE ,,,
' PRICES. ,75 .40 ,- given by .Trhildad Governor them.
xious to do the same as soon as , , .. , .., ( . ... : .., , .., ., , ,,,k ,. ; , .e441 11.3.:,,,,,i), ..:, ., , ,, ,
,
$1
' 'I f )1 "' ''''' - ' the -latest British: warheads can ,' '
Beetham at the Country Club. n. .' ' Most of the 800 UAW s t a f f .' 4..,,,:p. tit. ., i Sf ,
Air,-Conditioned ,,.. : , ,, 7. ,', '!, ,',','' ':11,1t,'1,;,0t,' Ai. A.-,,, ,,,,,,,'--- -s : -e,
0. 44, 00'40
' i ill TODAY '
. ) Rita'lla iorthliks'
, be tried out.
, members are employed at solidari. :' '''.
.1.4 ,, ,, N-',,
, ty. house, the International's head- ----
,, .. ., ,, , ,, 1.ek; So5.naf'10,, 0:00 p.m., p
, quarters here, but the Test are n; !,
. tielson Rockefeller
, Scattered in auto. farm implement -
.1
, , .. ) and aircraft' building centers from ', I -, ,', n .., ,, ,, ,,,, ,,
" '.-.. ir-
, .,,,. y an ', o ay,,,', ti y LI rsin
0 AA
did-le
a e L il
I. coast-to-coast., -,',-,-'. --. nn ,, t..." ' ,' 1 '. -'-'' "' .," ' "N, ' lt '-' : ihr .;
,
, r 'J.:4'
1 '''''':,,- '" AI Kh 'T 'P ''
. t
, --, ,I ' 1 The cost-cutting decisions were ..
. 1 .1i, ,)1,..
AI' 30AREWELL TO AIRMS0'''-' 1 ', '
, 0 li, L
) ''''-
4 11 i I. ,
'' ' a ' ' -. ''. d th UAW 25
. ,A. ,. ma e by e -member eXe- ,i'l .. ,,, , ,,,, , ,,, :4,1,, i
A 4,
laityer s Fees cutive board,' headed by President ' ,' ,-...":,,.,- f ''' ,. ' ,..,, ',....."".'.'
i
,
' , ,A ,, o, ,
. ... t , .,, , , alter P.' Reuther, which this ' '
. .-- Foi'llYrs' Ovemor
.
,
, '- I, 1 , ,. r , , , ,,,,', w,
0 lid
', RENO,' Net.. April 25(UP)-:- ' ' ;- '-' ''' ''' '
, reek is,holding its quarterly meet
Governor of Newt-York, ,,,,,,,,A.:' ,A!,' vention, will take a $2,200 annual ; '' n
,
,
,
' NEW YOnIC April 25 (UP) ,-, mg ,
. 6 Film Actress Rita RaywOrth has . b I unched ' ''' ' ' -
, ,
.-
ii .t -., -8-' 1 Lit 911
t 1 I asked district court to force 'her A campaign has een a ,, ,
-
0 i here to drift Nelson 'Rockefeller l Remiltr, whose salary was boost ,k,
' s' 't i P I I .1 1 former husband, Moslem Princ ,
e as the Republican candidate ,for.'ed to $2000 by the UAW 195I eon,- , , ',
r 'A'
' I 1 '
' '' , . Aly Khan, to pay. t3,036 in legal
,
4 ..;', EDWARD EMAIL plasetni i ati N. fees ...; incurred ."in connection ,,
! ; x .., a
., , ., with a motion for n order a John A. Roosevelt,' a 'son of the
-- late President Roosevelt, announe- 'pay cut, secretary-treasurer- will .
: !I,
,,
' '''''''4 'IrlfRONE POWER
child ViSittlt,1011 filed Aug. 10, ed yesterday that a "draft Roche Roche1955!F
1955!F Roche1955!F .; i, '' 1, , feller for, Governor" headquarters take a '62,200 aenual try cut, see- ' 1
retary-t-easurer Emil Mazey will -, '-',..- .'
get SI 800 I.ss, four' International ' .... ,..--- ,-, ,),,i -1,
,
, ',, '' ', riARLENE DIETRICH ,, The actres said the order per- Wednesday.-, "; - ' ' '
p , , t.,,11' i II ii 4 --'4'
. : vice residents tv,11 lose $1650 and ' - , ,,, , '.- , , -'-, ip 1,, 4 ')1. O ,,
mitted Khan's daughter, Prin- . ' ; q,,,, Ji;-,' 4,,i1,, ,-,,,,y-..14:7 ..
I
, I ,,
.'-' CHARLES IIIUGHT011 cess Yasmin to visit her father
e for eleven weeks that -year in ,' , - ., other executive, board 'memberf .1- wm,,,.. 4
et 1250 ess, ', ' ', ' '"
' A. spokesman for Rockefeller p, I r
; tar's. Miss Hayworth was to ac- ,.
said he had not been Informed 7 e , ---"------,""
.. , ''''. -14441
'of Rooseveit's plan.' Roosevelt ad- Greathouse said the UniOn was , n,,,..,
' ..11-'' CINEMAScOPE
,( i comPany the fin. mitted Rockefeller had not been cutting its spending in many de- ,' , Difeid by CHARLES VIDOR-serener' toes HEcar t p-,,,t- I ? :
,,, , ,,-1,r,i emee by DE Lumi
'7 fTElEert FC1 PROSECUT1011,'
4 d i 4 v.0 J 11E
, The red-ha red screen star consulted about the draft move- partments., The UAW's main ex. i , , , 4t,i foi P ' i ,--4; jly. R
anctbe plaYhoY, prince were di- merit ' ' -''-- pendi:ures have been in the field .: '' ' 1 4, 4 I ''
4 ,,,''' 1, f I, i( . eleeSed by 20th Century Fos
, ),,r, . pq,, I N littAtOPtt0100 SOON.
- vorced here two Years before the Roagill'en;iii-hiiii-lriOntiOnt, of puhlications,"-radlotelevision;' 4-"-SAT-r"."Sil N. 2:00.5:0S-8:10 (,-. 't Tiq k ty N,.ANAN,,,,,., r ,.
,
NOTE: SEE THIS PICTURE FROM THE'llE, GINNI1419! motion permitting the visit to ed- as a' possible contender to op- membership education and social .' .: ,, '' ,!, "-- ", $. '- ', 0.1 ... ,,,,. i s
, France' was authorized In is- pose; Gov..I.,Averell Ilarriman to projects ,for all ages of neombersh '-, i MONDAY '' 5.30 8.50 P ,-- ''l'ir ' -
------- trict court, , - , this year's election. I familka -
'
, -, ................,........,..........,.. ..

rilillEc3 'PROSECUTION
I thio
NOTE: SEE THIS PICTURE FROM TIIE' BEGINNING!

. ft I Pli .A. I e
-

,
,
ink anything' ,wag wrong until
the regular crew showed up.
A night-4-watchman- for- the
Florida, freight, terminals and
the dispatchers saw the hiJack4
ers and reported they ',looked
like Latin Americans." Norton
said the wltnesses could not,saY
if, they were Cubans:,
Lini Hot:016 Get
,),
(hery11:00tk;- 01r1;:' 7-
,
-
HOLLYWOOD, Apra a (UP)
Lana Turner hoped today to re,
gain eustofty her, daughter,
Cheryl, the 14-yearold who All led
her mother's

- Per 11113Lnerig, "")ver!" "-". I Ill 1 1 1 A 1 1 1 .1

Mrs. Eddit Finch of 'Brookline,'
Cheryl wai released from police
custody yesterday, cleared of a- MISS. She was taken to the Dis,
ny crime in the stabbing of hand, trict of Columbia Hospital for ob obsome
some obsome Johnny Stompanato.,But her servation.
glamorous, movie star mother , .1
was denied custody of her only The' incide,nt'occbried as Preit.
dent and Mrs.' EisenhoweF were
child temporarily.,,
, 6., leaving the Smithsonian Instill.
Santa Monica Judge Allen tion where they had viewed a
tStnch ruled Cheryl a ward nf 'the group of paintings by Sir Winston
juvenile court and put 'her in her Churchill. ,,', --
grandmother's care for two The Secret Service said the
months pending final disposition woman was not armed.
of the case on June 26,,' SecreV kSrvice Chief IL, E.
, Baughman said the same woman
Lynch's decision meant that had tried to get in a White House
Cheryl can never be tried for gate a week ago. ,, 1
murder. The willowy, 'five foot
eight,inch girl plunged a butcher Baughman, said the woma ni
kni e into Stompanato's stomacn wanted to see the President be
April 4 'after she heard him cause she haCnot received an'af
threaten her Another with mu lotment from her Army corporal
tilation. 2 0 ,,; , husband. She gave her age, as 42
t then and 27 later, he s id
a
b
The ,girl today- ,was with the Baughman said the '' woman
grandmother,' Mrs. Mildred Tur claimed her husband was living
with another woman who was get getter.
ter. getter. limy, were secluded in
home' rented by Miss Turner and ling his allotment,$ checks She
Stephen Crane,' Cheryl's father also claimed thatI between her
husband and the FBI she.was be,
and,aetond of Lana's four bus.
hands. ing cheated out of a lot of money,
, 'As she ,was dragged away, the,
woman screamed the FBI was do.
BHS' First:Spring
ing terrible things to her, Induct.
ng extortion. ,-
rs. Eisenhower already had
Conceit,'Set m
, gotten into, the White House lint,
Mo' nda Nigit ousine before the woman 14P.,
proached the President. The wom.
senhower, ,
, an rot within ibn t f
Monday night, the Balboa High - -ee- ---
School Symphonic band and mix.

1 , .1 A a 'A '1 11 .i 1 J imaistam Mffamok1. Ifi A As,

BHS' First'Spring
Co'nceit:'Set
Monday night, the Balboa High
School Symphonic band and mix.
ed chorus will present the first
of 133alboa High's two spring con.
certs. The second will be pre presented
sented presented May 12 by the 'orchestra
and Glee,Club. ,
Many senior coloists will ,,be
featured on 'Monday night's ,pro ,program.
gram. ,program. pon Randel and Carlos
Meggere will be featured as hum.
pet soloists. Handel will. alsobe
a featured narrator along with
Luchita Burt llo in a musical spa.
ciaty "'God's Tombonesu. This
work uses as a libretto the poems
of James Weldon Johnson. The
music is by Roy Ringwald of the
Fred Waring staff.
Todd's
A,9)' It
PRICES: ,75 AO
0.010, 0:00 p.m.
,1

-A vs at --,:11 I-- i roThryt rent ay. a vw a....21 )t 11111E1111 ti ilf:11111 I "c vo., ,"' .:0 """4 uo WU 11"" T.);,t rrhdln'0. itt Pin A-11 111, I 1

UL a a mes w anion a onnson. Inc large ul ropient Agriculture. MI.. Ism a nritIM2t atiman t I Warts ii200411 DC lA b112 WAR I ain't' hannv ahnnt I l'rhaRA ono. i on occuPYing unu ou41. 11 ---, ,- I othtm. 1 1

.

...
.., ..

,
ne plane wai parked in the
northwest, cargo area of Miami
airport. 1,
1
Screaming ioman
Ilibbe' 'Trying 'TryingTo
To 'TryingTo Get Tojk6' ;-

'WASHINGTON (UP) Secret
Service agents grabbed a strug struggling,
gling, struggling, screaming woman who ap approached
proached approached President Eisenhower
gsterday shouting; have to get
The President,' looking dumb dumbfounded,
founded, dumbfounded, commented "I'm sorry"
as agents hustled the slight, red redhaired
haired redhaired WOMan into an automobile
and took ber to a Secret Service
field o:fice. ' I
The woman wee identified as
Mrs. Edith Finch of Brootline,'
Mass. She was taken to the Dis-r
trict of Columbia Hospital for ob observation.
servation. observation. ,,
pill-oss,:..ti.100001
p0,1,$.4,0s,.:,1,f):0'',.T::i'.-
q1..jr..10000.,Today:
PORT Or SPAN,' APril 25 4
(UP) 4 Princess Margaret con concluded
cluded concluded her Trinidad tour, todai
by visiting the eastern borough
at Arima and the Imperial Col College
lege College of TropicalAgrieulture. Ari Aritaa
taa Aritaa boasts the' only Royal Charter
in the British Commonweath,
Tonight she will be a guest of
honor at the Governor Genner-,
al's house at an Informal dhmer
andreception.
,Tomorrovi She flies to Tobago
for a weekend rest before going
to British Guiana to become. the
first member of the Royal, fami family
ly family to visit this part of the Brit British
ish British Empire,..'
YesterdaT the' Hoye' Princess
immortalized her historic West
Indies visit today when she laid
the foundation stone for a new
Town Hall for Port of Spain.,
The Town destroyed by
fire 10 years ago, renlained un unbuilt
built unbuilt mainly due to unfriendly
relations,. between. the, -central
and local .governmeat.-
Margaret's only other enga engagement
gement engagement during this compara comparatively
tively comparatively tree day.' was to be the
honor guest at a ,e reception
given by Trinidad Governor
Beetham at the Country Ciub.1,
,
RENO,' Ne14. April 25--(11P)-:-'
Film Actress Rita Rayworth has
asked district court to force her
former husband, Moslem Prince
Aly Khan, to pay t3,036 in legal
fees incurred ,"in connection
with a motion for an order of
child visitation filed Aug. 10,
'1955."- ,
The Retreat said' the order per permitted
mitted permitted Khan's daughter, Prin Princess
cess Princess Yasmin to visit her father
for eleven weeks that -year in
Paris. Miss Hayworth WOO tO ac accompany
company accompany the girl.,, -'
The red-haired screen star
and.,the playboy, prince were di divorced
vorced divorced here two years before the
motion permitting the visit to
France' vas authorized In dis-I
trict court,

1
A.

P

I I A

't

,
Ed. Note: t John ,farch of
,', Trenton, Mich., was ono of tho
paratroopors who made a
, training lump Wocinesdpi
k which five men wore' dragged
to their death. ,
,
' By PVT. JOHN KIRCH
,..
FT. CAMPBELL, 'Ky. (UP) --
I've been in this outfit two years
and 'made 21 jampsbut I never
want to see another one like that.
We all rodi from 'Scott Air
Force Base for more than an hour
before the jump, I don't know
what,' caused it,, but' that flight
was damned bumpy. Maybe it
WAS ,wind,' I don't know..
, Some of ,the luys got., sick.
There were 40,'of, us in the plane
(A C130 Hercules, .tratisPort). We
were all glad to get out of, it,
when we finally got to tht drop
sone.. ,
Everything was all right until
we got. to the groundor? maybe
just a -little -above, the ground.
About, halfway: down I.,noticed I
was ',drifting a little" faster than
usualI mean it felt like ,I wal
going almost as fast sideways as
I was down. 1
, But I landed okay. Then I'm
not 'sure what,happened. Usually
wlien I, hit the ground; I 'get out
of the harness 'and, roll, up the
(Wednesday' WAS' diagged.
Seemed like I was dragocd 3,000
yards. The Only thing that stopped
me,was. the ,trees. The chute col.
lapsed when it. blew into some
trees at ,the north :edge of the
drop sone.- '
, I, saw"a guy next to' me being
dragged. ran over to pull down
.v,,,,..., ". ...
1311alt.iy1111.130110:-".:t.
fi,ilai..1j7B00)Okjo'Sts,...;..,
00'',...(hilhitailsljt1.1.:
.LONDON, April 25 (UPPBrit (UPPBritain
ain (UPPBritain gave notice today it will go
ahead with, its spring 11-bomb tests
near Christmas Island .--sorrietime
after, tomorrow
4
, The test Aeries is generally ex expected
pected expected to be Britain's last. How
many H-bombs will be tested re remained
mained remained secret.," ,
A. two-sentence .message from
the admiralty informed ,all ship shipping
ping shipping companies that the Christ-,
mas Island rev "is declared
dangerous due to testing of nuc nuclear
lear nuclear weapang from 26 April until
further notice
' But Informed opinion here' 'be 'believed
lieved 'believed the spring series would fin finish
ish finish off Britain's planned testing.
, Russia wound pp a big test,se test,series
ries test,series last month and immediately
announced suspension of ail
tests., Under heavy political pres pressure,
sure, pressure, Macmillan was believed an anxious
xious anxious to do the same as soon as
the ,latet British warheads, can
be tried out..
Rockefeller
Ila Be Cis.
IlY' Olvernor
' INIEW virix 'if 2 (up) .I
pr .0"
A -campaign has been launched
here to drift Nelson Rockefeller
as the Republican candidate for
Governor of Newt-York& ,,,
John A:Roosevelt, a'son of the
late President Roosevelt, announc announced
ed announced yesterday that a "draft Rocke Rockefeller
feller Rockefeller for Governor" headquarters
Wednesday4- '
A. spokesman for Rockefeller
said he had not been informed
of Roosevelt's plan.' Roosevelt ad admitted
mitted admitted Rockefeller bad not been
consulted about the draft move movement
ment movement
, Roa"erillirtia-be'eninentletted
as a' possible contender to op oppose,
pose, oppose, Gov.,Averell Harriman -M
this year's election. I

DRAGGED AFTER PARACHUTE DROP'.! A paratrooper is dragged along' the ground at
Fort Campbell, KY.', after a niass parachute jurrip by members of the .101st' Airborne DIVISiOn.
Five paratroopers were, killed and 43 injured in the jump. Fort Campbell officials said most
of the casualties resulted' from the Wind. droving the mert albng- the 'ground ,after -they
landed. Wind speed was placed at 15 mph, which is within safety limits. ;
,

::SQ-,

.4 ''''
itV':.

I y.,;4 I

INJURED PARATROOPER An officer and an enlisted man
checlp the condition:, of a-paratrooper after 'they'. stopped his
chute :whith wa being dragged along the.: ground at', Fort"
Campbell,Ksr. Five paratroopers were killed, iinti iniured
in 'a mass parachute drop members,. Of the 10Iat.''Airborne
, ; Division taking part in 'operation '-,!Eagle Ving.'t
his : chute ":' and then tried to 'pictures,,' when, lheyr ''cOuld. 'have
get -him: mit of ;' the, ,:barnessp ',but been, helping pidi. down. the chutes,
he -was dead. , They -always-fa -Ais We'll 'neva
Ile,.-1deked awful. Then: I,,saw. jump it tile winos over 1.2 knots',
the "next .; wave.. of 'planes 'Coinidg Maybe so...:But the .way it' dragged
over. figured somebody.: wOuld it,--felt-like,50.,Miles an hour,
warn. them., But:, no, out they a Maybe 'I'm lucky to .be lying
came. 'And. some of those guys here in 'this bed talking,s. But
were dragged,-, as ,lar: as I'. was. ain't' happy about T. guys.
, What 'got me,f. there, were -a lot were my. buddies..
oUpeeple standing' around 'taking 7

,
UAW To Cul itall
All flicers flicers,
, flicers, I
Receive Salary- Cul ;. 1
DETROIT, April 25 (tTP) The
United AUto Workers, with close
to 400,000 01 its peak L500,000
membershipjobless and not pay.
ing dues, will lay off 100 of its SOO
international staff members and
the top UAW officers will take' a
10 per cent pay cut.
Phy Greathouse, UAW vice
'1Vsident, said the unton's Officers
vA start deciding today which
Odd members will be laid off and
what jobless benefits and other
arrangements will be made tor
them. e ,
Most of the SOO UAW st af
members are employed at solidari.
ty house, the International's head.
quarters here, but the rest are
Scattered in auto. farm implementl
and aircraft building centers from'
coast.to.coast. I
- The cost-cutting decisions were
made by the UAW 25.member exc.
cutive board, headed by President
Walter P.' Reuther, which this
week is holding its quarterly meet
ing.
Reuiiitr, whose Salary was boost
'ed to $2000 by the UAW 1957 eon,.
vention, will take a $2,200 annual
pay cut, secretary.treasuret secretary.treasurettake
take secretary.treasurettake a $2,200 annual try cut, set.
retary.t.easurer Emil Mazey will
get 81,800 less, four International
vice presidents will lose 0,650 and
other executive, board memberf
get $1,250 Jess, 4 ,,.
Greathouse said the union was
cutting its ;spending in many de.
partments. The UAW's main ex.
pendi:ures have been in the field
of publications,-radiV7-televiston;
membership education and social
projects for all ages of zn.mbersh
,

r'4
been helping pull down the chutes.
.They always tell us we'll never
jump the wind is over 12 knots.
Maybe so, But the way it dragged
me it felt ,like,50 miles an hour.
, Maybe 'I'm lucky to be r lying
here in this bed talking, But
ain't' happy about Those 'guys
were my buddies. Ly,,,
MINIMPI
vl ..,mo14.
Ali
STA ItItte
!kW by CHARLES VIDOR.
SLIN. 2:00
MC; DAY:i4i 530.

v.

Forci-n Sci
ntiStS
!al
Bk
nan
It
FZ.V.A In Chan
0
,
WASHINGTON, Aprir2S---(UP)
The government said today that
foreign scientists will check for
which vAll tell just how much
relioactive fallout Is generated
in this summer's "clean" H Hbomb
bomb Hbomb demonstration.
Through the United Nat!ons
this country is inviting scientists
from 14 nations, including- Rus Rus-
- Rus- B:z!b.0,. TOO.n.0.ii.,,,..-:.-'.
D.i.sluth.,:plibh:otis6:-..i::;
Pee- t'...,..th. 1.Guilli)
A 9 ijclock curfew, 'with cer certain
tain certain conditions, was imposed to today
day today in Balboa. Magisttate's Court
On a Balboa High School stu student
dent student involved in tussle yester yesterday
day yesterday in the clubhouse.
Two youths, each 18 years old.
were charged jointly today with
disturbing the neace of the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Service Center at 18 p,m.
yesterday. ,
Only one of the defendants,
Charles L, Roblason, entered a
plea of guilty. He was fined115
for starting the fight,
The other, Edward Iroise, Jr.
pleaded not guilty, but Balboa
Magistrate 'John E, Dem108
found him so, then sURpended
impositon of sentence. He plac placed
ed placed the student on three months
probation uoon the condition
that, Folse does not IZO to, the
Balboa Clubhouse or theatet aft after
er after 9 p.nt , I
The boys had an argument in
the theater lobbY nieht aft after
er after Robinson asked Rase to move
away.' A politeman who hempen hempened.
ed. hempened. on the scene warned the
youths to stop ,fighting and, g0
H0wever,, the, defendants left
the theater lobby 'and started to
tuss,le in the' clubhouse. That
was when the,policeman, arrest arrested
ed arrested them. 4
In- tindingi bOtti, ,boYs,-, guilty,
Judge Deming rentarked 'that
this incident was something thet
WOUl have ,to at)Pear On their
future record, and wtild have to
be explained when either of
them seek employment. Robin
son is now in a temporary job,in
pie Locks pitrisbm.' ; )
Both fathers appeared in court
on, behalf of Uleir SO13. Atter
the sentence Was passed the
youths shook hands and lett the
Court. r.
Rrestdent, Ca)
To Attend Concert
Of If Philharmonic
Prsident ,De la Guardia,: 111Irs.
De la Guardia, members, of the
Cabinet, and many members of
the 'diplomatic corps, will be in
attendance at the concert by the
New York Philharmonic Orches.
tra at the Rio Theatre in Rio A,
bajo Tuesday. evening Starting at
.
The President' and his family
will be Occupying one box, and
members of the Cabinet and their
wives will be in the one below. A,
cross from' the President's box
will sit U.S. Ambassador Julian
F. Harrington and-Mrs, Harring,.
tort with ,their guests.
The orchestra, including the con:.
cluctor, Leonard Bernstein, will
arrive at Tocumen Airport in
three chartered Pan ,American
p'anes on IVionday morning. 'rhe
first plane will arrive at 7:30 and
the second at 8,- while' the third,
carrying instruments and baggage
weighing 24,000 pounds,. will ar.
rive itt
-t
, From the Airport, ihe orchestra
members will be taken to 'El Pa..
nama Hilton Hotel, their head headquarters
quarters headquarters while in Panama,

AR.g.Vvg44.T,Q:::...A.R

,'041
Scretopir ty BEN HEcKr
5:0S 8:10
:,!' 8:50::,,,,

"
, C:7

ittof
thgli

le ft.1 "'I I
1 Al tor d':t 6:
..US 11.0 b
110
cz:b Test
dEMI.
sia, to witness the explosion of
"a large nuclear weapon" dem demonstrating
onstrating demonstrating U.S. progre-ss in re reducing
ducing reducing dangerous -.radioactive
debris.
Chairman Lewis L. Strauss of
the Atomic, Energy Commission
said in an announcement of
plans for the demonstration shot
that it will. be held in July or
early August as part of the cur current
rent current test series at the Pacifie
proving ground.
Strauss said the scientists will
be -permitted -to check instru instrumentation
mentation instrumentation in advance of the ex.
plosion and' then will witness
analysis of radioactive fallout,
after the test. -0,
This' means the visitors will
have to be told the weapon's to total
tal total power and that fraction of it
which was generated by the ra radioactiviely
dioactiviely radioactiviely dirty nuclear fission
reaction. That part of the
bomb's -energy riot contributed
by fission'will stem from the re-,
latively clean fusion reaction.
, Such information ,has never
before been officially made pub!.
lie about a pacific -test explosion.
,
Shipley' Is Gu'est
t"eaket On frmo
Al Rainbow City
.
Crime on the Atlantic side of
the Canal, ZOne and steps rest.
dents can take to curb it were
discussed Tuesdaf ,night by police
Capt,- E. Ship ey at the first ,1
ol, a series of "community-educa..
tion'' meetings atthe Rainbow
City High School.
, About 100 residents' of Rainbow
1 City gathered to hear' the coin
mander of the Cristobal Police
Distect. His talk was sponsored,
by the Civic Council.
, Shipley's A, talk de at t chiefly
with: ,,
(1) The recent'y annoUncerl code
of ethics for the, Canal Zone'l po
lice.
(2) The Zone crime late durlsg
the paste year. ,-
,, (3) 4 program ito prevent jUve,.'
nile crime anti handle it When
occurs. a ;1,
(4) Holii resitlehtlt ran partiel..
pate in law enforcement.,
- A lively forturt:' Period toliowe
the' talk-I, plpley, answered- many
othtst,lons,,but briresidents. i
rl'.'13,rStlittey presented Shipley
and 1;437e E:."White moved a Vote,
ofthanks on behalf the COWL
oil and 'Oa corimunityt,
Xs7
',WEEKEND RELEASE!
1:16, 2:57, 4:55,1:53, 8:54 p.m.
- 0.75 0.40
They, were on honeymoon
at Monte Carlo but all he
wanted to do 1005 tO make
money.
C
6'44' CI
NE mASccDPE
k,tt coLoot by DE LIJKII
rciO40 R1110Sid by 20th Contury.kot
L , VEStOPhORK; MONO

, expluslum
r!mil
ity

mmunity-educk
t 'the Rainbow
enti of Rainbow
hear' the
'ristobal Police
: was sponsorea
ncil.
' de a 1 t chiefly
,
, announced code
Canal Zone'l po
rime ,rate durisg
prevent juve.
andle it When
'
partiet.
:cement,
Period ',followed
, unmet:ed.- many
liresidents. i
mesented Shipley
te moved a Vote,
al(' o' the tom,
ounit371.,,

,
.
...
. ..,
. ..
..
.
. .
.
.
.
, , , ...., i .. '', ;.. : ..' :.' ', '1' -,' , ....
,
,
,.
.
.
,
, ,
.
.
,