The Panama American

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The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Scott Family Library Fund
Place of Publication:
Panama [City, Panama]
Panama Times, Ltd.
Creation Date:
May 1, 1952
Publication Date:
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]
normalized irregular


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


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

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University of Florida
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In New York,

B lI About Towa: The uke at WindAer eogesttlg ftak
e cement traffic-as he Impe1s = ht d Les Ri D faeU to be a
and Come Heah!"...The mres tt Lg Biffle the
popular meniber of the White Mouse crowd,..Mrw. Babe
on a park bench with portaba radio-tuned in to the
's game... Sal Maglie, the N. Y. Giants' star, who sthales
he Is called *The Barber," which be says he never was...
c"terung of HollywoOd waiting at the "Three Wishbs
am ele" stage door every oartta Wttre-for his bride, Anne
J. Edgar Hoover trya to enjoy his stuffed oabbap in
n antogirphf...fhe lovely Graper Gason haen
rear Stork Club table because of the capacity erw8...
I4se Dab-so pretty-youa can hardly beWVe yo04 heart.
Allies in Our Alley: The producer of a new show had just
Waked over a large group of role-sL.'kers and found alone of them
table..."I don't know which makes me sadder," he sighed,
g that as action they're awful-or that it!a awful they're
"..The other midnight an actress saw critic George Jean
n for 'the Ilrst time..."He's knocked me so often," she
ned, "I feel like a door."
roadway Sideshowl lack Lawrence has parnatd many f-
I songs..."Linda," "If I Didn't Care," '9Weepy Lagoon, to
few.. .He hasn't any complaints.. .Jut various bsouewhat
the loveliest song he ever wrote, "Tenderly" ...It has
ng along for the past five years in its quiet way...Sold
51,60 copies...Top artists made 35 recordMags of It...
yr Looney's version appears to establish it as the most
nt ltMandard since "Star Dust"... B0t "Tenderly" has
made The Hit Parade!
Os of a Midnighter: Ethel Merman has "vacation" 'rer-
tldne for June 7th In Mexico City. Pals suspect she w ffle
for her freedom...Mary Livingston's alter Babe
producer John Wildbeg -after her abrogation?,.. Vera MIllen
ted B. Byfield's bended knee. He has returned to the Fleld...
Esther Edge, dghtr of the ex-Gov. of N. J.. weds wealthy J.
yden soon... Gene Baylos, the colhic, and atowgal .ady
r ha~e resumed their Florida romance here...Jim Turley
Intimates at the Democrats' dinner In the Waldorf that he
help the Party to the hilt-only if he is certain Truman Is
V- the race...That $17.000 Italian ports car parked in front
the Embers belongs to Agnes Dfllworth, the hatchick there...
3. Abertsons of "Top Banan&" tried hard But the recon-
IthUn Wtdn't work. They will proceed with the Renotiee.
New york Sunset: Jane Fearnley was one the silent film
Stemse-...She appeared opposite Maurice Costello, King Vidor
other Hollywood stars... She spent her final years on the
et lower Harlem in a simple little flat with her dog ad
9S tapbooks.. .She made her Big Exit the other day at the
of 4 ...Her lawyer just sent us the news...She wiled her
avlls to the Runyon Fund (Its 108th bepuet), In the sum

SU"g CMiy Cinderella: Her name Is Lea Mathews.. .Very pretty.
.T'wo oprlngs ago she was 21... She got a job singing In aft
MUre lorida spot... A Broadwaylte Iin and out of the music
Ues 20 years dropped In for a drink and was so lm-
'LNM r wlt d her song style-he arranged test recos and brought
York.. .Cafe Society Downtown heard them and
her blind.. Metronome called her the Discovery of the
ion luted her as her Mobt Promising of the new

5881 allKgael1*a W og Art Swela fa5
a., y tr her...Bveryby wanted t oel

Send-n the middle of tle of the night... She feared losing
d.. 8o she rejected It all-and Is bak with him at
sryland home.... The Broadwaylte was the one whne
iw*a broken up..; l wife got tired of waiting for him while
-sat thru te Jlas tlr w1.
*aeon nthe Tlhlr o. .Theh araSneWWIw Pt of Nafey
to h Wio own wfe. Anoe o _BM r __, her -
fa s To idH a BaV Eprt e about theA t UA fatcy
m 1. ra fmmo..meViemO N -hWeSEM, n s th er
Wllet of New OrleaMns, have hit the Ne'ada Trail.niv
won't have a to weep Wabt when he follow

Si ey m u aht them nt lMiamiun won h is Wutr. A rem-rkab
I" -~-a o tas. .U lm MoCasAo Comm. (anti-eab not
.ade ya hs gm on Judy 1oflday or any of the per-
akwe,, It has beard.__.
epanhtt Murals: The Radio Ciav Beal girls sunning them-
on the 7th floor rof... .The ...aharanee of purshalf
a'""s...The beat place In town to et Caught in the Rain: L.ever
.I ._ew bldg on Park and 54th. The great outdoor lobby can
ommodate at least 1,000 people .. "Ramona."the new modl
Imm Kentucky, who takes a 4 a.m. stroll without her shoes.
TimSorchidyGardonI Barbara Carro'U and her Trio at the
~Ut3Id3Room. Beaty an Aipe Keun at the.Cape. ...o 0Eds
~l I at Toni's Caprice...h 2 Bu' ..platter. of. "Ie'D cai
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IRSi b to ind out how many more hours and day
oaut that the Impression Is that this area I4 vy
tnerefore we will listen ever afternoon and eve-
to ossebal or mumbo tunk.
wil tiontinue f o thros more months. The an r91u0
And fl who like "Suspense." "Theitei Guild," 1.. wil
^Mte to A4R7. Box 10. Ft. Clayton and state your 0er1-o
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't It be In the afternoon earlier? Then the eyentac
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NEW VOtWI -r ou couldn't
tell from the daintiness with
which some of tPe dinner-jack-
Ited men around me last Satur- '.
day night sipped their Petit ...
Marmite 2ernry IV soup, that ,
they had police apin and -'
mayhem recordsie6ger than a #c
Thankagiving grocery Itt..
There Ws no litter day Scar- .
faces to dMOttngnh the muscle '
men from lbor leader's beside
me-leaders who have told the
mob to stay awt from legiti-
mate unions or find themselves
in the river. .
We had all come to eat
sliced prime sirloin at the
annual dinner-dance of the
Joseph PR. yan Assn., hon-
oring the man so frequently
attacked (by this columnist
too) as leader v# the na-
tiqn's toughest, most cri-
mfnally infested union-
Joqeph P. Ryan, head of the
AFL longshoremen.
It wasn't e stek or the
Bombe Prane with Whole
Fresh Strawberries hih gopt
me off my chair and cheering
with the others when Joe got off
a three-minute speech.
Earlier, I had learned that
this week Joe will tell 1962's
remnants of A still lethal Murd-
er, Inc., to get off the Eastern
And in those three minutes
Joe delivered a sentence I be- '
lieve the rest of the eopntry '
must get. Joe Ryan said blunt-
ly-there's a lot more labor cor-
ruption in. other industries than
there ever was on the water-
And he's right.
There are some of us who
are weary with te pious-
ness of natfona union
chiefs who love to burn out
Joe's pants because of crime I D i S I
on the waterfront, but who
sanctimoniously refuse to. y
fight a deaperat etil, all.- BOB
powerful. p pilffIal JnTrack- :. ,
eteering coalition between
the mobs and adhSe of the FT. WORTH.--t question it you ran onto
most influential kbmor lead- everywhere you mio u se dlny is Hfjas political.
era. and Is tinged wlt touct of aeiwatlon. It Is
They'll threat i's dockwal- as if, In this big try,. were able to dig
loping union as a smaon class up a couple of c ts for the obores of run-
citizen. They'll ~fObl0 date in nirg the nation. :
high councils over te need for I aW e never a ach widespread skeptiism
progressive politie~l action this about the Presldetsf. pool.
yar by labor- and then bland- 'The average guy around does not figure that
y rereent the of sums b Taft could bat t tof t1e oo-far available
as as 0.0Democrats. They seem to fancy Ike, some, but
as 90000 a throw. the ketIlm is tihee about him.
There Is one suft midwv tl
labor chief Who talks of savIng The popular Idea seems to be that a coalition
the U. 8. government from en. of Taft and Gen. MacArthur will drive Risen-
ElsenhoWer, or Taft, or Kerr, or shower out of tha. ore b aoVlention time.
ussell and looks the other On the dmoo de, seems to have.
way when one of his. ood work- a faint Ide of a tan ,
mr leaders lifts o$9r08 rcm- the lstu w e a .tr their Dett*N
son like Ilke e
pdlsd moreA*d tOhi e1io hassn. bi
estate. .. lobu, but trh a
There Is anothelt n so North.
sensitive to criticism tht It has There is a pneral regret that k. TruM '
charged at least 150 political not runi became they reckon t ti th I boy
leaders and writers to my know anybody can beat.
ledge WthM -is anti-ls r be- I t would have been simpler to ipe t htim as
lo of oUftoh 'cotlm the Democratic candidate, thereby se"ttlngst
Yet It ha not 0c1l6 ed out the least one side of the thin., and t O *otth.,
machine of a corrupt vice-pre- at least, wants the Fair Deal nhure f ..
silent whose latest take was It's a peculiar apDrnach to a big U ar,
$90,000 in shakedowns from em- since nobody I've talked to ha s is* deounte
players. And this union has Ideas.
provided advisers to Presidents It Is rather wistful to think ot, O .
of this U. 8. maybe tefauwer, but, Taft. I don t dam i. or
There is another union, the Eisenhower. walt'l he open r himsae i to aga-
AfL's U n:ted Auto Wo*frs (not snption. or MacArthur. Vrobablv tOa g .
to be confused with te 0iOs), They look ffih-eyed at Averel tarrtmn. uid
which has issued a charter the don't seem toconsider Adlal St y
men with public eeraldhs whose hard.
piketsobs t garesagct e But there Is an anger among the wope that
pockets mob a garage a n d s l frustate In that they want to throw some-
scream at the businessmen who bodv out ad they don't know who to throw.
operate these places: he costant comment Is that It is tlme to
"Oome on out on the wooo'w hlane, but thl e rfn not seem to se how tr
and we'll beat your bra"is ca Obc e effreted. ,
We'll destroy your bumasi
you don't recognize us. L i 's
Operation Cancer: If yn e am
recognize us you'll get Iw
than cancer." I
Those New York pickets at- i
|SL'a outo union which k M '
national headquarters In U -..
waukee, have at the same Slin
lewdly'threatened to aft .-In Korea, the `01 11 *
non-strikers' wives and a usual, to be a dead end.
their children. Is this t "a -4Ured ig point, Ibene tem ,.,.lo
la? ,b e SuiM he American otlJecU! s .l.9I.
Apparently Federal dlstrigt i ofour prisoners of war. ,
attorneys around the es WJiri-Jther recently, however, .tt :tas,] f,
have finally decided It is le tlt oiy a few of the Comn m lit
In the Southern Federal' al'- tu a bads would refuse to gO 10
trict of New York, U. SSE w SI .th iser tstlmate. ', "
IJea Lane got Dept. of 1 ,
oraers some weeks ago toc a 'Tie fu r hope was that some elSi AB fc'
In all Federal D. A's and n (m'ypoenv would conceal or condo iss ,e
ales. The mobs have to o,. 5I te" tibts-small number of ,,
wrne when a census was takgfe* .

slttlnS eeti hra?- t M3bds np less than 100.080 a8
!1 *ng labor racketeerSnD. p : d e negotiations In Korea I ,
i A ^ s that these taned A"B>.'or abut broken down, agaan. .
gatIng furies may run wao -
Ipom the Federal prWe TbIc hau been a sort of rl'a it ; t i'.
c[ttors. There ts actuaN no B klfe, ThOe very fact that should iabd mi'.
| h.ance that tile Federol of- lMd~ttbe enormous proportion of t _. M ,"
flceu in many cities uwa |Hloners who wish to chance 1bs-.JMO t.
mow-they are too oloeci ... p profoundlyy upset and deprese 0w ISV.
supposed to thobe thq i B theftrny pales, unfortunatoly. ii...

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fMRr the Istt few years of the
Iout Korea. They are anVY
t hey can qu6te you0t
0ae dwapTierspective and
Wthington the folks are real,
thln6 to considet among the voters

tB'dBdlBe t W nmin UeMpOP who roeg where.
rats could
hav de ar woeree dib f treatment
from Impetuous
A 1 SyWBe utland the drag-.
v4U'lin meh brfad sympathy
for our interventifon themt be M te heme
~H fgure that nobody wonOM "t ,
Mtth -or South. no matter 9 tt tng4-term
Iinfallttnons were.
And, they say. t there wes nswmtinl point,
we have loused It up by the prt-time y we
fought ,t.
It seems to me there is a broad iate with
the way we have been runnl* attn an
attemptlaw to run the World andih Acuteness o
critical perception of our big aaS.
It tI odd that In the apr Oat oe mention
has been made to me of bW mabe so
the politicians better keep that mrd as Tmens
goes by.
They are up for inspectiontS aL of people
who took everything for gran tI w._

nt 70,000

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of course, it ea an
the American ad l
nI considered excellent.
Ratthew Ridg not aM g -

to attacked air
kB t. 4 au RI thoe ty ie '

Lgg_ e ttookpl9s 7nd Upleti '

M thn they have eswr upfeirep n

S.-p of their adv ir it-
.!h$&te s no doubt..h
,'1i he have suffere f .Mfld tat.

i ur. f anof theisrv e
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so far the man m a
it a. 1t"aMint" K:

It &ay sound paradqxe
howeris completely ctvUiln
ward,. if Presdent, 4t to I
ness, or human liberty..
There would be r Is
try, I believe,. thatt, a
Is In the forefront of Tru

ays cherished by ot or

ri't **aiftadlu

on thi

a conclus iave .. o ., .'- ,
Ike wl away from his headquareros
sued. Btti neat day he rturdut .
truth was th1 truth. The Amy walt
wu revered. -

wMas uin a i t a.
Iee even me a me t I& a
crusading In bfl a Ae .sm
lawed it.
Unquesubbaw .. l. V fti ,se of h i
T me this Is not Atrang in a soldier. I haitve low.1
vinced that ou bet soldiers, the men who know w ,t,|
is, are our best doAflhts .
Ike would So be militant in his chml iat
rellitonu minorities. I don't know how habiU o il
but I suspect he Is agpf nt it because he dtOMv, i
pulsion or government bureaus.
But there to no question where his hear t slft on the g'*
aeplrdn the et othertf the ramified1 fld3 0 Ji4B
IMsl th=t I ha ba great deal to l
tb Sdmit tt I Met also that he will i[.,
before he d a .'-.., ^ ^
One oiM t ud-b.mpj* took p Wis :

Wie U ft ctpal and labor. a woI lati
't Mu a d." remarked
can fr t Company. "thatth^ t W Ia '
' Tel," soundAK vt li .,s v.t.Si H '
or.-what UMssolini talked atu 0- -I
Davo sohomhbrun of CB.
I usMinbieer hadn 't tho ._t.r -, '" .r
Be i*S y had inn'
by rie -oimmton of the f
y l w hnwn "a
me &grewdhowever.tabold
In b sOGeneral Mae an MOR'.1 -
of o;r difficult and cap -Bi M li "
an awful lot to learn. ,

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SM te other APL a e slender hopes of AMM
at" will meet at a renf bn reaff
Betagagggtors of tl $tale Magg Acbeson.
APL Ma it
out in the a late Weadin has gone oat ol IOf
heart of the y S
theatig -t the lana. T av or y
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Would Increase Chances Of J ar

WASHINGTON May 1. 'UP) I Lovett was backed by Al.-
- The nailon's defense chlels Force .,'eTy Thoma.u K
asked the Senate today to scut- Finlettei. Army secretary l-i, nk
tie a house-imposed 46.,000,- Pace JI. .*nd other and oihcnI
000,000 limit on military spend- Defense Departmcnt officials
Ing next L ar because it would; Finletter testilled t h a t
strf kp a critical blow to the House-imposed cuts in the de-
defen. c nf the country" z lense budget would inc'ra.,-
DeiPisP Secretary Robert A 'the chpnr'es of wai and make
Lovett told a Senate Appro- ihe nation more vulnerable ito
prlatioi: d subcommittee the'Soviet atomic bombing attacks.
ceiling wouldd deprive troops in! He asked the Senate to rC-
Kcrea of equipment, make it stoic $1.644.420.858 01 the $1I.-
impossible achieve a 143-1677,965.858 cut trom Air Formce
wing Ali Force with modern funds by the House.
equipment, cut bnck think out- 1 Pace said the House .pneld-
put and slow the Naval build- ing ceiling would delay otat
Spileast onE full year" iliP target
*p ,date nov. .lune 3l0 1ii3 -- -
when the Armi w ill be iull.
iHe al o said armni.s for U S
l troops in Europc. will be de-
layed at least a year.
Lovett said "the only wa,
that I can see that such a,
limitation could be honestly
Scarred out would be to de-
mobilize a substantial part of
Sour armed forces. And we lind
,' nothing to indicate that the
Communist countries have it,
jany way changed their objee-
tive of world domination"
rFinletter said the whole
WImodt n roenrM structure" of the Air Force
al ,diio.dl-Muzak 143-wing blueprint is based on
cemfo what U S. intelligence sa.\,
lSS COf Otft the Russians will be able tc do
In mid-1954.
SEven the present stretch-out
;to mid-1955. he said. "contain. ,
an Important element of risk."
*A i f Under the House economy
action, he said. the 143-wine
7thO I A if. JI'M goal will not be reached until
atght. NEt Y RK the first half of 1957
The house actions. Finlet-ter,
Mi 1 11 RA UA A il ITY saMd. in effect destroy the
i wni.n.o.I sl.Pen A.A@ planned effectiveness of the
Pace said the original Army

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,*u.s r.. about $19,000,000,000
in iiscal 1953. Is a drastic as
khe Army can accept and still

remain in a )VtItlon to a et.
out, on a i"t M ium blte, Itt
heavy responsibilities for the
defense of the country."
While the defense chiefs
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SAILING MAY 3rd, 1952

Apply: C. B. FENTON & CO. K ,
TELS.: 3-1781 and 2-1065


Announces that the folloi%,rg hantge
in schedule will be put into ejlfect on
Ma ] st.
Daily Departure from Tocumen ....... 8:00 a.m.
Departure from David:
Every day except Tuesdays & Fridays.. 10:00 a.m.
On Tuesday and Fridays............12:45

Compaila Panamela de Aviackn, S.A.
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Luxury Suites and Single Rooms


Apply: C. B. FENTON & CO. INC.
TELS.: 3-1781 and 2-1065


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e fremonias during thr even- ftea Fernws Mr. Ad Mrs. Mx. ae a neweaert to
g. Amon those.who press. Bande. obal add ntil We pat ,
.boa aoye wjaa we Capt1 Mr. d Mss. ?3... Haul, clpateu C art atvititea nt of
,; s. Pronse, fl, captain of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Van Wa- weit of the u tj,. T
e, ort at qtbal; r. nor, Mr. add Mr. Charles Pet- A d of te LuoW
o. t. Matparrn and Mr. and Mre, Charles of Sierra Mad-', CALg o eB
a -', Brown. r., Mr. and Mr, B orarlypw of the .on 2 -day
luded: pt. a t Mr. =a= Ma. Jm. .J. 'e- a charter m --- ou.tIo Canal on
iw 9 ewa. Mr. and da Mr. and Mrs. nlrnest L. zone A grt Le tr M ane a.
I s BtaM Mr. Er 8. ,Mr. a sdMr. H. I. Tin- entered art U her aid 't and
C pd 0 *M. and Uri. C. R. tarke broughtt piI" with h Or e I B,.
wt.. aj n .. fn I Mrs. Pt. reen, Mr. ha lso bee showing a nunbir. tAe
t altn a M rt .Mr. anR R. Jr. Parker. a of recent taintings of local Iub- ofrW, the club;
b. Mr. r. Roert J. Neely. Mr. and ject. S .F 7
S. Mt..and 4o. rT .rchin Mr and A.r
A. A. .ae' adMr. B. Wal r re ann, Mr.
.-j ft g L^a_, Mr-. A.r. A5a6 M W. D. IWjlUmar. utd. Me.Nl utasles MrS.
.t, M n W. J. aid Mt. Kenneth Hellums, Mr. Mt L ah E
ckery d Mrs. A. R. Barker, Mr. and Mrs. ortor It. MeHan of New t
r onrad. John A. De l, Mr. and Cristobal tfitai ned a group of r. sgri. itr,
Mr. and Mrs. M. '6nd rd r. 'Mrs. Er Mr. aid friends 't the Inotel Wa.hngton r
i. M W 'P. Whte, a. V a er, Mr. and Tuesday adom. the-luncheon wa Hn E W &,
Mfl. -. .,aTvoyAYgeNPa
d.-M inniM.ndW. da r, M.i Hh 'l on .voyage party for
Said. M.r AN.pamMa N. O. D.emerM. NeelyMrsen- ae "at iuls SS.e
'P endr, Mr g. ar MUN.. HuphM, Mr. ry' e-w Jand Mrs. 3d-
fe Le v14. ad M la % hin H. Lead. Mr. ward dm, who will leae Mrs. d r.
t 0e. cottod, MAand n Mrs. Walter Hunnilcutt. Mr. this montb vacation In the R.- c Kal
L. L, cotton, Mr. nd Mr. s and Mrs. M. Rain! Mr. G0. United States. T ." 4 .ys Mrs.
A. IAu, Mr. 3. 1. pRdge Mrs. HI gabe Mr tMictor Other guests included Mrs. John M. Browt.
% J Mray M Ti Mrs. i arah, Mr. .
,,,il g C itatr. Mr. J. 1 Troyan,
UMrn.d R.3. 3M111*. Mr. W. NIlt- i I N P
0 her aMr. racn SATURDAY O.AYend
rales .M. oll a, Mr. .
r Prett, Mr. f M. lot- AND
7y OWALD iJAcMr ta, Mr. X e -
S rm NSA Bervice tan, Mt. sItM
1 A Mr. A. P. oward, i. md
S Mrs. A. R. Cartpbell, Mr. and UE D
NOR= 4 Mrs. Robert Chandler.
a*xio, Mr. and M. T. A. ms, Mr.a THE MOST FANTASTIC
To and Mrs.P An.o. Mr. Mrson.
Qio68 Mr .and Mrs. M. lChadwitMr. REDUCTIONS
SAW and Mrs. Anthany F. Raymond,
A rMr.,EMr.andMrs. .
S4 R. R. Wilson Mr. C. L, Johp- YOU EVER SAW
*A,1 A s atbn Mr. A. .6,W1le, Mrs. W.
.. J. toltelaw, Mt. nd Mae. M. ATOUR
Mr. and Mrs. W. Nelson, 'uw e aT

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Beere were In chae of arrange-

"We were practicing for the Mrs. L. J. Ducote of Coco 8A-tAA I
Southeastern Rgional Tourn- lo Naval Sation gave a te at
maent."w P a Miami drres- the Officers Club to fattet P
l 'dft Mrs. Robert L. Mills T t Emillo romer
Ba ro much Steam ternoor. A large arrange t of C L
Gel to get an out- vart-colored napdron COLON
n the centerpiece for t r
"W jump to four ble. Mrs. Lyle L. IfCo P
clube, or should Mrs. Theodora Ap "_____ 1
three hearts? If sided at the tea an ae 4qry-
ap to four hearts, ice.
dot on fidis a Mr,. Mila lis the wife of Lieut.
ahh in dummy angd Robert L. Mills, who recently ar-
thlam? While you rivd e here to releve.Lt, Ducote .
Ioamenmon the as security offiorr at the naval
pee, the lead o the s whottend.d the tea-- '-iiC
a S outh his l. eluded Mr. l -bh -,rle. Mrs.
jump W n ith sunt I. M. L .yl BL. 1govidd-
won looted very Mrs. L. Tlhor. M. J !
Ins heehappy. W. Beda. Mt.ta wer4Nle, O
"How- you apportion ere- Mrs. A. arP. tiens, Mrs. Henry
ct sod blame B. Wather, Mrs. L. .l Boston,
North's proper ob over three Mrs. J. L. Wallace, Mrs. Hugh
clubs depends on the tempera- Chandler, Mrs. .'R. Tucker,
mept olihte pe. A bid of Mrs. T. N. Curry.
three h qeart lte enough with Mrs. V. A. SohweltZer, Mrs. J.
I hOi.y pslt1l. io 1. Dal. r Tomlin,
wil~l onto aAu pMre. o. H. s, Mr., P. B.
to four he -lar- eeatial, onw- Ffch. Mrs. W. H. rb, a.m C.
ever, If Sog3 aI the sortof, tld' M. 9.bbs i s. a,
player whom regret t MMrs. J. A eae, r.
hasclumbede ,th and Wpa-y r Mrs. W a P. Tuayne,
tok e P~.. A M T.N'. .A..
I would bid fSor hearts myWelf i r ab. funkle E1.
with my verebest partners. A M Aewr. A.,:SS f
sclentfle pete knows that I Mrs. L. Lucai. sa.
have a gfoo hand, amos t enougith.Mrs.- t .
for a fei bid over one spade. .e .t
that I do not have king or e of am, Mrs. C .
diamonds. Mr. L. N, ter, ..Dav., Plck up YOUR
ample, hp pb b the king b ,Ms. Ml. L. Lethy st .
of diamonds, Nortb Sbould bI TntU Mrs. e. e. Ie Mr., .
three dianoads owe three cliba. Mrs. b. W. Quark, MrSW.P.
SHewd ia e heart Mrs. W. W tev s,52 FORD
h tory His f to make Mrs. R. th. .
thbi d l tatea IT does Patterson P. *6 e t
not hold ah diamond. pence Mrs. J-. j. w R. C-
sethrdoer o o alamN. hi B. Merasln. X. J.7
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h is d1or MSWbr tor U. S. CITIES
hasM barg eAsftmy Itua S Uteherd, atteptun
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I ease vour Ad %illh one of our Agents or our Ioffires i Nt;. 57 "H" Street Ptena
No 12.179 (:Cniral Ave. Colon

Lewis Service
04 Tlvoli Ave -Phone 2-2281 and

Fourth of Julyv Ave -Phone 2-9411

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fi- SALE -- Wo:het. refrigerator,
aod o reP:r' D'oyer. 2 clock, ali
5 c'cle. ioning board 4c-I
Ir Phone 2--.42. .4to 6 pcm.
SALE -Orienotal rugt C al.
ierutan silver, Englih. .-idquej.
arved wooden cheil oand olher
articles. Phone Colon 46-.
F SALE. We haEc Ge -.
cycle 3 speed automat.:c record
onar.gers. VM and"h,
ago. Coasa Sparn. 223
entrance to Lnccnto, Thcofrrc
LF L -SALE -Small electr.: ',re -
erator. recently ociha.icd. i.
1W1ashinglon mr chine. : i. bii
S5 cycle. Coll Balboa c "Lc
F SALE --Fine Americano .nrer-
aware at less l.iar. ca.t pr,:c Mue-
*lritpl Europena. CenaI A -L 21 .I
tEtreel Phone, 2-1830 2-1433.
F-& SALE -Cheap. ov-n,' lc .rc,
OI China close,. I bureau i c I (Jrc
ser. all mahogarin --,
,7 h St House Nc 6 upc rmlc ,
F-I 'SALE. -- C;mplere I..r.g a J,.J
edroom furniture. by. rn-iI,
,t. Vista riermosa. houe N,: -: '

T Help Wanted
d wanted for housework .n tL Car.-
4Urelo. must sleep .n and muu.i hoie
oce,a'references 3-402
NTED -Nursemaid to slerp in
ieferernces required, good -alaor
fCuba Avenue No. I I Neslle entrance 28 iicei
P ular songs, swing. jazz and pOp
4ailr onro claIssic rough? Ze:
l3enneit's Piano Studio No 9.'
uan B Soso. Tel 2-1262
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tnd Mite feet Lost seeri r, Lu-
ind Heights Reward Phone
6 43-5124.
r .in-91ek a.|
ster 2-door Sedan, with
adi., 2 spot-lights. ver
toed seat coven *
res. undereoated.i,, ai
alndition, low mileah, for
e aIt Smoot y 10 M
.A., I1th St. Central, Co-
ih TelA .i0

Salon de Belleza Am,:ricano
:-55 We.t 12th Streel

Carlton Drug Store
10 059 Meieidez Ave.-Phone 355 Col6n

Agencia Iniernacional de Publicaciones Propaganda, S.A.
#3 Lotterv Plaza Phcne 2-3199 -" HStreet corner Ltudiante t8.
Phones 2-2214 and 2-2798

-A Iu l'II le.'- Do you have a drinking problem? Casino Santa Clara Cance. Music by
Write Alcoholics Anonymous. Box Casino Aces. Make your reserva-
Se..,ce Per:onnel and 2031 Ancon. C. Z. trons early. Saturday. May 3rd.
Government l on es cover bortor, make belts and Vacation Quortert' cottage in De-
Government Epioes Fnonce Co. u:es The best ob ma-' Lessep's area, Vloble June to
Whnen you finance fnc i r,al. Monday thru Thursday from' Sept. Cool, quft',II near Hotel
When yu fnonce our n I o 5:00 pm. House 758. and town. Call 3-Z14 House 669
AGENCY DEHLINGER "At A Barnaby Street DLesse.
No 43 Automobile Row rPAV El. OPPORTUNITY: Enjoyl Phil-tp O seanl n l
Phone 3-4984 3-4985 s.oui vocation in cool Corto Rica. Claia Bon 4. 1 Phonw
FORD -PICK-.UP. prael onCre, Fi, LACSA. PAA affiliate, only Panomo 3.l874ggflgre. 1*673
$750. new ,re_, etc. House .1.. ', 00L. round trip. Inquire Pan- Gromlich's Sar1t Clar beach-
one way Street 10 Quarry He.ghl. r a Dispatch. Tel 2-1655. across cottages. Electrdc le blims, gas
Teleohnnc Balboa 2.'2t 2,..m Ancon bus-stop slaves, moderate b TeTiephone
FOR SALE -19"6 Buick Spec., -. FOR SALE -6-44 or 4-5
door. now ir.e, r. n'r eat .:: ., Fosters Cottages, completely fqmish
rad.r, heater, I 65.'0 Call Bolib N1M iscelaneoum 'ed. refrigerators and geo fInges.
t3. -3,-- With or without line. Special
FOR SALE- ck r. 're "ALE 300 shares abatrir' rotes by week or month. One, two
FOR SALE -1949 blackc.. c ile r,*t- r.. r,:.c Moat other Box 1612, Bal- or three bedroom.. Hell mile
'76 Olds Hdramatnc rod.-.. I"T too .Canal Zone beyond Santa Clara. Tel. lagmaor
cellena cc.ndi,r,rc. $1 40) i' Tc I 2-0170 Panama. Tivoll Avenue
-I or -e car at houe -1-, F-CPr LE -English style bob ca o0 Panamr-
S F, AnOn C. Z p 8 roe and Oluminum balhnette No. 6 opposite Ancor Post Office.
8 p m do., ', new Fort Gulick 88-251. Houses on beech, Santa Cipro. Phone
FOR SALE- 1940 P.:., .,,. i01' SALE-SOHMER. BABY GRAND Shrapnel, Balboa 2826 or se cars-
Coupe qood :hope 2 -,' "- PIANO. practically ne wolnull taker there.
Hou;e ,i DeLessep, Area : perfect co.nd.rior. Look, C
Sbronjn rw. Upholstered bnrch t IBH I/
OR SALE -- 1941 Irlern, ,.r,.,i ractFh W 1ll sell for 75 .. of or-
Pi.:k-up. dun paid $200, o,,,d cr,.E gl cO: Can be seen at 874: Aparm lft
Mayrog a.hng mtchne. 2. ,:scle.' ".'rgor. Avenue Balboa. I
Call 3-253 or house 607' D.- ALHAMBRA. A.t.lWt S
Le.c ,p a --here 'CelLE Stafford' terrier Modern turnIshedI alpart-
.- -. -. -ears $25 L. C. Smih type- ments. Maid I *PlRol. Con-
For ycur co'. -Lealherere CelCl ',,. .,,,r 14' Perfect condition, $50. oct office 8I06. N SMort, Nw
lace LehOcle registration cord h-,l.t- n: horse power. 25 cycle motor. Cristobol. teleohoe Colon.
ert COLON MOTORS Inc' -Ci; '3' House 1460-C, Las Cruces. FOR RENT: M. aem apartment;
DeSo. Panama .n Phone Balboa 2434 ____bedroom, dlnlngeif hall. Via Es.
W ANTED FOR SALE:-Riding horse gelding pano No. 117. Telephone Panama
T1-4 hands. English saddle bridle 2-2814.
Miscellaneous etc Call Navy 2388 between 4 FOR RENT:-Smoll furnished apart-
__- -p nand 5 or 7 and 9 p. m e nt t residentlil section. All
WANTEC Panama Ctv., thFree SLment. est residential section. All
bedroom :-ouse furnhed W SAL Th famous Sxtomat modern conveniences. 43rd Street
bedroom houefurnihed L. '. ght-meters. shockproof at Porras. No. 13.
Doswell. Internationol Hotel Plaza p J "" -
WN i. t. n H Plaza de Mayo. Panpma FOR RENT: Newly pointed, un-
WANTED-TractorpOperator,,'. FOR SALE' Germon Baby Grand furnished, 3 bedroom flat, three
ACC PANPACFC Field O Pano. 9 1-2 street, New Cristobal. baths, maid's room, two car gar-
t.ce. Margarita. C. ZNo. 10097 rear. Tel. 56. age. rent $125.00 monthly. Call
WVANTED.--Registered blonde mole L 3-1618.
cocker -"- 07"75- Ih'I, OR SALE: Puppy, six weeks old,
co Puppy.. ...- H:30 am female. Boxer. Colihe B 10 00.
on Place. after 4:30 pm Call Balboa 2342
WANT TO IUY:-Benh sa -, band FOR SALE -One black Cocker Span- Miscellaneous
saw belt sander, all 6 cc iel. female. 7 months old. AKC FOR RENT-Spacious locality very
clamps. vice. etc. Call 3-4911I Registered. Phone Albrook ',200C FOR RENT:-Spacious locality very
9 12 ond2 6. cool eand clear, suitable for shop.
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Mother, Father

Beat And Hang

Bedweltg 5n

1948 Chevrolet Sport Coupe. ,
beautiful shape, radio, seat
cOvers, spot-light, 5 good
tires back-up lights, for de-
monstration call Smoot y
Hunnicptt S. A. 1t St.
Central 'Ave., Coln, Tel. 800. 8

A young macher and father
sheriff's deputies
JAPS ATTACK confess sd to aldep t(ol. Wftrs' ISo
SAPS ATTACK today that they beat a four-
S(Continuer fromn Page li year-old son brutally with a
belt and then hanged him to G s West Po t N
Zlent display of Japanese na- a bathroom rafter because he
tnalism since the end of misbehaved and wet the bed."
rld War II. I George Kenyon Withers, Jr
The Mav Dayv observance had John Cliff, 27, and his wife, .has been notified that he.has re-
blter quietly' at Meljl Park., Alice, 2'. told chief deputy iceived a Presidential appoint-
were veteran U S. Socialist I Ernest C,,iDroeath that they cut ment to the United States Mill-
N- an Thomas and J. Phillp1 the electric light cord from a-, tarv Academv at West Point. ac-
Rtdoloh. head of the Brother- round the child's neck at 3 cording to word Just received by
hjd of Sleeping Car Porters he said he was dead this family here
We scheduled to speak then.
ted leaders organized theI .. He is the son of the Director of
crvd Into five well-disciplined The child was unruly and the Engineering and Construc-
rcolmns. whlch locked arms and woke Up yesterday morning Iaion Bureau, Col. George K.
marched on the palace plaza with his bet wet again," the 'Withers and Mrs. Withers, of
Poice cordon met them there mother told officers. Balboa Heights. Col Withers Is
ihen the mobs stred intor Culbreath said the moLher. graduate of' West Point with
Srhen the mobs surgedInto e\d faLber. who is a truck ;the class of 1925.
pAce lines, reserve police fired farmer in suburban Riverview.-
piaOl shots into the air and "stood young Wayne Dolhan in The apno! ,m'ent of the youahg
cltrged the struggling mass the middle o the floor and man to West Poist was the re-
wl3a their clubs, beat him for hours wth a sult of a nation-wide competitive
he crowd broke into more belt." examination held last March.
eoamIns and spread out acron examination held last March.
dntown Tokyo eight to 14 a- "You couldn't put three fing- new caetwiJull re 1 ot to West
b ast nT. i gtto R- era on his body from his toes He was graduated from Balboa
t least nine automobiles bear- tothe top of his head with- High School last June and for
I U.S. Occupation license out touching a severely bruised thegh School last June and ingfor
es parked along the south place," Culbreath said. "It was the pastulliv year has been attending-
i4t of the Imperla Palace were an unmerciful beating." the Sullivan School in Washng-
-.oturned and burned. The deputy said the Clffeas ton. D.C.
he windows of more than a did not give the child food
d n other American cars park- nor water from 6 a.m. until he
SlIalong the moat across from died, probably from hanging. Miss Panama To Be
U" headquarters were smash- .He stayed In the middle of n ma
the floor until 10 o'clock last, Chosen On Basis
e Americans struggled night, Culbreath added. s HOSen On Basis
Cah the mob, to their cars Then he said, they placed Of Be u on
ad drove off while Red ham- a tight jacket n him back-Of Beauty Alone
u. at their windows wards, tied his hands behind
SSh mimary police. re- him, placed adhesive tape over The winner of the "Miss Pan-
u.ting Jipn newly retor-' his mouth to quiet his cries ama" contest, who will go to Ca-
independence, kept out of and hung him to a bathroom lifornia to compete against other
ht 3 enept for a guad a rafter with a light cord. beauties for the title of "Miss
ht ept for a guarld a- Universe," wil be chosen on the
d Air Fore head rtmel5 Mrs. Cliffe thought she basic of natural beauty as found
S Communists took advan- heard him groan about 3 aJnm. the world over, It was revealed
of the opportunity. and they cut him down," Cul- today.
e Japanese Foreign Offioe breath said. "But It was tOo
dnned the riots as the work late. He was eold and atlff.' The same holds true in the
|f "small but willful minority clffe told his father what, "Mis Universe" contest, said
would not hesitate to resort had happened and his father Vincent Trotta. dean of the Judg-
ence to alienate the Uni- advised him to call the sher- es for the contest.
States and other free nations iff's office "and tell them
Japan and impose Commu- everything." "Winners will not be picked to
on the country conform with any so-called An-
Lik Their Numbers A D HOUoE MAKES TR IP -Saxon standards of beauty
LIke ae- Numbers AOia HOUSE .MAES T Jjust because the finals of the
HIB, Tenn. (UP) --Some BTURBRIDGE. Mass. (UP)-A contest will be held in the Uni-
Iget right attached to their four-room farmhouse, built in ted States," Trotta declared.
e numbers. The Joseph 1704 and known as the John
have had the same Penno House, has been moved Entry blanks for the local con-
for 30 years. Mrs. A. H. from C'tnton, Ma., and Is being teut are available at Hotel El Pa-
telephone was in- restor i at Old Sturbridlge V1- Uina, sponsors of the contest.
Sm11i and she stll has lage. a re-created New ngldand at all leading stores and
me uIber, 41 years later. town of the year 1790. movie house.

uiso, ui industrry, with 5 sani-
taory services. Situated In an area
of 800 M2. Any change client
wants cheerfully mQde. Call Tel
3-0769. office hours..

FOR SALE:-Finest 500 cc. British
motorcycle all extras. Price
$400.00. Call Panama 2-4859.
FOR SALEr-1951 A. J. S. motor-
cycle. 500 cc. single. Excellent
condition Call 83-21 12

Balboa Gymnasium
Will Be Setting
For Spring Concert
An annual spring concert in
observance of National Music
Week will be held tonight at
7:30 In the Balboa Gy'nnasjum.
Renditions of "Syncopated
Clock," "Yoursis L my Heart
Alone," "El Capitan" and others
will be offered by a band, with
a trombone solo by Mary Alice
Hicks. a clarinet duo by Irwin
Prank and David Otten and
se'gral other special features.
A band specialty entitled
"Military Ecort" will be ac-
companied by three girls act-
ing as flag twirlers.
A choral group under the
direction of Victor Herr will
offer a Vaflety of renditions
ranging from Mozart's "Gloria
In flcelsis Dec" to Jerome
Kern's "Make Believe."

Panama Talk To Be
Given At NCO Club
'By Gladys Graham
A cornerstone-laying ceremo-
ny sponsored March, 28 by the
Newnpapermec's Union of Pans-
ma for an Altamira cottage to be
raffled for Pnes Club furnish-
ings was reported In the April 19
Issue of "Editor and Publilsher?/
U.S. weekly for the newspaper
Jose Agustin Cajar Escala the
Union president and reporter for
El Panama America, placed the
Tickets on sale by Panama
newsmen at $5.00 apiece will be
raffled off August 3 In conjunic-
tion with the winning numbers
of the government lottery for
the firat-prise 5-room chalet,
valued at $15,000.
Second and third prizes will be
a 1982 Chevrolet sedan and a
1952 ilkldan M nx automobile.
The chanea.mav be purchased
in five 8100 Installments.

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lonul be a
"Bathroom Jiggler"
Install an "ALERT"
Rashi Guide Valve.
Irves water and stops annoy-
ance of dripping toilets
Am reported by Readers Dixest
"ALERT" never falls.
tli Ometral Ave. Tel. 3-014


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wanted Ia o itriitbtiens
to their wMU^Wd.
Other d 'aps'
CemusmIeatis 30,0V AFL
telegraphers rea ed on strike
against Wetmen and 5,00
CIO co mmmM worbefl
were idle at three Western Sleo-
tric plants in North Carolina.
Trmanqpmatie All food ex-
cat pert-ihl MAtW at Mil-
e of 200 A
trvak "im 1
Other bntU vabouts con-
tiue aft taoft Orey-
ttnd ba BI la wena West-
Zi"stat, u Csotnental-
Santa Fe Inwayp and bus
lines iam Masr m uchuetts.
O ul l- 11,00 AFL
carpesha wer In the 32th day
of a Skihe is ltr otanUme of
the *a Puiftmo pay area.
Bridge ldI and e drIv-
era i t o n t"Iue n Nmorth-
ern aM I a confl xcti
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WASHINGTONh May 1.-(UP)Gen. Dwigt
D. Eisenhower today pulled Up even *ith Sui
Robert A. Taft 6f 0ho in the B e for pledged
delegates to the Republican Presidential nominattt
nig conventift.
The United Press scoreboard after the Geh-
e all's victory in the Massachutt Repiblican pri-
mary Tiesday shows Taft and Eisenhower tied i
with 271, Harold E. Stasen next with -'Gov. Earl g
Warren of California next with I and Gea. Douglas an
MacArthur last with 2. st
Counting the Delaware delegates the UP list vs
shows a total of 134 uncommitted and five con- *p
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Taft said he was "somewhat
disappointed" with the Mas-
sachusette. resultS and accused
ilsenhower backers of conspiring
with the Deftocrats to score
their. victory.
h lenhower supporters were
Jubilant over the outcome In
which the general outpolled
Taft by more than two to one
and won 2 of the state's 38 de-

Th.ey Mid Taft himself had
called, Massachusetts a "fair
David S. Ingalls. chairman of
the Taft committee, said the
voting "was not a real test of
Republican sentiment."
IngalU contended the dele-
gate count stands at 336 for
Taft and 261 for Elsenhower.
He aid .Taft also leads in the
total popular vote in primaries
so .far by about 70,000 and that
his greatest g successes are ahead.
The minimum vote necessary
to win the GOP Presidential no-
minatlon Is 004.
tuesday's test was the last
direct primary clash between
Taft and Eisenhower. From
no eon the battle for delegates
will be chiefly In state conven-
"Most of Elsenhower'i strength
kl now in and it is still far short
of Taft's," Ingalls said.
"Prom now on, Taft will widen
the lead he has enjoyed since
the very beginning and which
will take him to an early ballot
victory at the convention."
IBeDt freem Paris said
ElgehoAwr, who had ust we-
tuSed fiati farewell, tvw
of U. 8. troop, a Geirn l,
wag quiefly fNePt* m ov e r
M aw iwuetts vHtwry. To t
reporter who teo him the out-
come, he remarked: '"t'
overpowering sort of tlg. I
looks sort of serieB."
Eisenhower ales ran a good
second to SBen. bltes KZtaver
(D-Tenn.) taI the Deiicnbtoci
ov.Paul A. Devers Ot MIs-
a=u.Mtts, Go. Adial Ste-'
venson of Illinol and President
Truman alo were represented
in the Democratic column.
Ingalls attributed the l en-
hower victory to an "Immoral
alliance" w 3moorats.
Taft std ebthower tforts
used tactics that "threaten the'
complete destruction of the two-
party system."
He said he was "somewhat
disappointed because I was told
that we would prbably end up
with eight dluate Instead of
Six of the delegates chosen
were listed as "nwtUIalt"
The Senator aid democrats
seem to havm tak-eover the
RePUm&sft prtf*" M d "I teel
confident that the Republican
convention _f Is 3 not going
to let the 00e taMI asalnrte
their candMa;"
But Sen JM. f. -
Pa.). a -i- l was amwu-er
lent wictoty" 1 *whlob "the

TuNIm May ( W river l
policemen a Id it
were injured ha nigbbriug Al-
geria today n
were broken up wit
tlteel-hehnI.ed olceemen
o.arged two = Axln te Ift-
diterrnan art ty
miles east ofiTanU wm % Aritb
demonstrated for Injepestee
in violation of against
M Day Day agrlt
jure wer iw n bo
sides. -
Here in the eTfaiS capital
sam ss60

guards fired tIo dM W to6dl-
perse the mob. on tia
was shot when a
guard with a .N

TWINS REalla iWn caL
Mrs. Joseph
umasurements. yre WMenU6iL
LIr- nw r W- as i
inches inbit a
head dog o.

people of Massachusetts shboedw
overwhelmingly that they want t
House Republican le a d e r C
Joseph W. Martin Jr., of Mas- g
sachusetts aid "I had aticl- -
pated that there would be a d
substantial 2lsenhower victory Of
but the extent was greater than tA
I thought."
Lodes laid ."Taft campaigned 1
in MU0achusetts, yet Eisen-
hower relieved 69 per cent i'
the Republican vote. t
"It l increasingly clear that
voters of all political groups to
pret erbaenower as our next ax
President:" 1*1

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Wants No Time-Limit Debate

TALLAHEh E, na., Miy 1
( )-Sen. Rastea Kefauver yes-
terdiy accepted Florida Gov.
Fuller Warren's challenge to
debate the Tennessee senator's
"SitneUS to be Presldent" but the
vohible Wtrren wouldn't agree
tea 80-aiute limit en the talk-
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Jaekmontlie atd that ah & -
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e hours later, e -
d a statement: "I to
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bt I will na. no tht repoe a
30-minute 1njttpo, or asy'
limitations n the Ue I whiM chn
I may discus him,"elt."I OI l
1elauver aid he Wbor o the to
will for Warrena. 8 u
"I've never met htmv and I UM I
never Intended to do hib aydly
harm," he said. 00
Warren recently an ced a tre
hit suport of W. Ird ._rlth
Russ l. ofi 040016|a *wh bo OP- e

posing tKefauver ls t 4 FRoIi*
Tht fill lnorlda Congretaai
d telgation shd ttarthy ob *tkt
party leafftf l a t9 0 Sfpport
inl Rtahall,
lefaur Bald hai f titn
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But he added he nxiects to b
nowlirtted In July.
"Mo afrVAd the 6ther aid
(Ruell) is adding you to glt
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Voyage Loftso1 to Women's Club coooking claw at a
In farewell t Mrs. 'ra-nels grti airecently.
lc heoe at horns in NI Can-
wor, vife o% the governor Gdesta Ieluded Mrs. Alice V0Ur Cmil v Stam
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vertd Wife ra deote, Mrs. Jo Therrell. 615Evnng Salon
anmk' 1M: .Fr, dim lMrs. Agues Heldinraich.
a cmmand-a rre, Mrs. Dian Bright. Mrsnnette 7:00-Make Believe Ballroom to bt first v

aI3 w il.r d atM rdbbon. ri(VOA>a l I r oPresident"m ve t
itit"- u e H M L. M TT Ur ohnston,:0-M forThursday has tsu started W 1 6h the World War 1 veterans,

me h L omn Hollywood dMea designer, Edith 8:--A forand Letteurs "VOA. W e Ike" buttons, they a re, fryaleft:
Snst S Bh .. Isabeld think hodewatMrs Alice 4o 8:00-Panao usicverStory IVOA ben making re C. erva or at the Dutosthey ar. thro caue t
Ssentt wio 0frt eld o-G. u ttr s de Ar T- 4:30-What's Your Favorite s been bttl said Is e rters in Rome.
-b f semea Mr. R b Dale Bach, 6:00-Emma (BBCs more serious t d ing. News Item: Marilyn Monroe.
He unc and for thirty two.Mrs. Rosta de Menende. Mrs Afke It ro m Here BB will sing n Darlng Am rowA

Attent, there wr Uniform dor the housewife Is the 10:00--HOTBL BL PANAMA arry and AllL y in younger.
.. ar. l, Mr. T e- Rivers and Mrs. Jednnette 7:00--Mooake Belltieve Ballroomd pI HO D
nor of MrS. Lo oppenrirher. when her husband 11:00-World New esand featuress HOLLYWOOD (NI )-.xcu-
Th Mr. comes home." If he housecoat 12:0081gn (VOAff Bsil YoursThe apevines,dance agapl bute a u able of
Mns. .oppMa n havr a ehr lh Hoywood dress designer, Edith 8:15--Arts and Letters PVOA bedehas Pinched spinal nerve, very pain-
tdy; Mod to mCaedy -o ~oe ld pea l to the hard-work, Fridaydio UniversitMay OAb en n reser t at the piful to thed. "e thatcausedthe
Sthe United States She saif -.-'a. ,e
te Vat V Miss race Ing hmorousewfeooking "Hoy about and s :45--Commentators DlgestMayo Bros. aloric. The ailmentshelving of 'The Girl Next Door."
Ruesnth L r. Maybe the housewife does need 7:A-Request e'alon on hs been battlinghe ladIt's said ay showed up

ni uormn lnikorm. It's easw to 8:15-Morneng Varieties a surprise e calson her a- E1t er obw record ofa
ha'n-sw tMay a theona agree to that akeothr noticing ow 8-Mu (c Makers g serious in Par. The ne'sw ttingman News tem: arilyn Monroe
he Iunchin and other ie. Among her suggestions of a 9:30-Take It From Here IBBO) *will sing In'Darling. I Am Grow-
Attenn cthe party were M.of unilamforu fthe housewife visthe 1000--HON SL L PANAMA Phil Harrs aon Wdlle s ye are lng Younger '
* Mf s .. I f'etie JOa son, ]husecoat,in which she could do 10:15-Musical Interlude denylng mpatatlob rwo Only The lau h behi-d t--
I b ul be loo Iri ans, pedal-pusher 9: Cepan and et It *the Cho-a i, thyDire a iherd ha
le rl. Mr., T horts a rkn d still look thr 9:0-PadMoo nd slight Moodn "I ust came to. When dd all "
Mr el Or t- r etuamors hey wear husband 11work- :00-TheW ths wappenny?" sh There's a rumor that syndu.
rt'C ThMrs. Homes home.b" If thae housecoat 1:00-Sign Off the Band Cosby's r l him. teleision. Th e gers Ase lre-

S4 0rdae der morE but aplt is no ore practical lo2:00-k.s ,F dibd nges repvg om. ied, Katherine depbrn stear-.
dy Ms a Cassidy r housework thn It would be P.M. h a rding of my singing voice andand all.
k V VIldIs Gace in housewAife, "Ho about a an- Robert Taylor may have French er taes sah the
isls-er. Mi s ArTlee PLiqrim and rong?". .s .Head ask* .:00--lfn On and Alarm Clock ballet queen Ludmila Tcliernla a
1W Ruth aueir .- Maybe the housewife does need 7:20--Request Salon on his mind, b t -the lad's due forw Nezt day Marilyn showed aup
..... ..anhein, b Ith herown recording of a is-.
a working niform. It's easy to 8:-15-Morning Varieties a surprise It ecas on er a- ing number titled Every Baby
reman's Club Mar Luincheon agree to That after noticing how 8:48-Music Makers gain in Pars. The' new man I' Needs a DAddy."
anstn I m luncheon of unglamorous many housewives o:00--Nuws her life is Orsoft Welles. P Shell sing'Chattanooga
lrlb lhaeq'elub will be look I jeans, pedal-pushers 9:1--Come and Get It'.P.S.:S'ingCt tanooga
.,a ls4. shorts and some of the other 9*g16--Pads and mashions I ,ust cane to.. When did all Choo-Cho I e
s lect- get-ups they wear durlttg- work- 10:00--NW8 thisappe There'' a rumor that qsyndi-
a& b ined.n cate headed by Matty Fox has
..let'..not makesIt either ai.I I 0-NW9So That's Humphrey Nogart oi- offered Howard Hughes S14.000.-
.0A *ufte-,hotJm5eoat or a earong. 11:05-Off the Record (Contd.) Ing out of the fog he been I 000 for the RIO film library for
I* The housecoat .may have gla-111,3--Meet the Band s 1 winning that One-tr.elevision. The Rbgers rstaire
of daeocei uitf mor. but It is no- ismre eractical12:00-9-Ne'*s dbd. "I'm the same shy modes tfis, Katherine Hepburn &tar.
-a~t I tn$Ar0e-t. for housework thft It would beP F.M.,cherasr l've w~s ijee."9 rand all.
Rg, ror riveting. Houaterk Is stra .-IuIheon Music a 0
..........-_t- LI 0 th rlSos bmnd ssyw4nd.0*4 woom usi. 1h he's .being-. de- r tntimates say that the

l S l ns e. r .-Amer Fravorim ,r "buet .1 Wa,- P *erirAni oewanoPe
BP' a Journ" (VOA) es t a egAl Walter JeTrl s I are expet-
ONG IS UNDESIRABL 2 of Prance (ftDP) an Oer' been that n the sto.
|;aO- ternoon MelOdies t9e at w en Poodl. Monic onreportt'she'
QiBPe, B*all Nor Is the sarog o toodeho sl A:45--ttle oftitands 'I welbed It," h id. "and oI I "t',*n 1h
W ... ". Most homsewi -aren't Iorothy s3;---A star Concert Hall stel sa't t|re Awlr at they brt hrow und a'.en
-. _r--' Lanmotras and sarong would oh a-The Little Show put la the dA~r~'nb hs." weril h
C $ly point upthat faqt. :3-.-Mu for Friday e
".abd .k N.;is c OIto Of R9t what's wrong with tloe 4:00-Music Without Words All the hulllbja sl.u St Judy Z7,'u d"I I IN" hd' Ire
t Harnetti a1d Dunn 4tnLdI1a simple, welf-cut housedreaG 4St Osrland's hub y-to-bI. dLuft. in atN'Ie answer
leave tomrrQw, to spenda ped by a neat.pron? For a ood 4:50-WhtVs ,Your Favorite producing her pie s eo ebar- dot w olot married." '
wftk at the Hotel ,WasIth ton In many generation. that was the- 6:00--pda's First Love Cla. HIM "A% tar to Born."'is embar-dI- a hi ,
Colon. housewife's uniform. Al aro..A. r andPr cers t darden' ThAl The word's out that Shirley
****---It had a lot in Its favor. It 6:16-Evening Salono the re-make rIght aan Booth avdT 6 n Oscar-wUining
Latmh Lf v al Yaeastem looked -feminine. It waIs. omb- 7!00-A 0 v e n tures of Richard M r 1 t ana performance i ."Come Ocad, Ut-
wM. Bad Mrs. Warren C. Lamb table. It even looked neat.I i t Harma (BBC) to deal has been made with tle 8heba.".b.t she's nRit com-
lift on their vaeatjo yesterday didn't coat too much, either. 7:;30-Sports Review Mr. $ ft. The property still be- DlnoSg On *aiantaoee speech.
Mnimnifl 0tft0 tl f t spend omne 'And somehow I have a notion 7:45--Here Comes Louis Jordan d' to us Says Shrley: "Il Just be satis-
time in MoUale vipitlbn Staff Sgt. that kids would rather remem- 8:00-News Commentary (VOA) fed If everybody goes to.see the
and Mr. UlIs 0, HOirst. ber Mama baking cookies in a 8:45--Commentators Digest iMjie audiences won't see Clf.- picture "
becoming housedress than in a (VOA) tes Webb dane tIn "Dream It was Shirley's ilmdebut. aft-
yI5. V aM v -t sarmng or housecoat. 9:00-Short Story Theater Boat" or any future petres. His er years of D way stardom,
o Attend Caltenfton In a kitchen the housedress (VOAi destrs have advised him to for- and she'p contesing her daily
MBa. Atred Waldort of Ancon looks typroprsiate. In It a woman 9:30-London Studio Concert get biN soft -shoe rotites be- ek at he f't. in the rushed,
left t Oleas early yste rdGy el IJ6oke Ilke a wife and mother and (BBC, a io m ib painful knee cond,. tossed her for a loop.
rout'igo l:ela0ud. Obhn we the keeper of a house. And 10:00--Cavalcade of America lisearmaBoat" wli hitthea- "I th gI bm tounde
abshe p a-tend the- Natoi what's the matter with that? (VOA It .AmrI the daon t ew selhitem.. to a
'--_ ... ..10:30-AAdvenftures of PC 42 G ~e psed for Webb and refisemsS0a$ -tg llo
".... ... .......... ^, .... the thtl Oth-
11:00-The Owl's Nest Haver. discouraged by en gave me ft i that I
planatron ofT T ^ S y m bol s i lln ess and som e very personal nas o utiin 1 :
ORGEoNom1 M4 "6=
kLK N 1 4 VOA-Voice of America wes may loave the screen for b -
If |* lk o lf W BBC-Brittsh Broadcasting.-OR a e. Her scatr 8 qato.
RDF-Rad odiffuon Franal
will covene a special session for the initiation
of candidates at the Paralso Lodge Hlall on Fri. vary With the Years -
day, May 2nd ext lgbning at 7:30 p.m. The star in the Little Dipper,
which we call the Pole Star, '
Al Eis a Wged to itte not of a permanent ocaupant -
the post. One called. Alder
take over the post about a g
A.D.. and Vega. InLya. will
likewise about .14,000 A.D.
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Stockholders of Refresmcs. A.. a corporation of the Repub-*
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t 10:00 o' n n office of the Cor-
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for tb proae of conlddptx MNS atinit Oon such bug-
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Patty Berg Wins WIllamsC

Richmond Open In FarewI ell Arll Il l l
RICHMOND, California, May
S1 tUP) Red-haired PaLt t1mOhi yt1M )-I
Tuesday to win the $3,000al .e pifte 9 14-a
Richmond, California, Women't ka11.
Open Golf tourney by four e IC101 Iii a 8I1H
strokes. The Minneapolis shot- At S h e
maker finished six strokes un-A e ."sthe.
der men's par with a 54 hole I
X, tLolal of 210. e ih lani"e fthe e -1 a
Miss Berg began the bril- ili It DIwa IIed-the ste i ele k va
Ilant, victory by posting a 64, lt and 4-3 b the s eend leven
an all-time women's record. hle the ael el deantd tim -lea
She carded a 74 In second Ia N Y .-e ea .ga Tm
round and finished with her today in the Nationo thee
smooth par job Tuesday Giants play at Pittbu ,- the
She calls her 64 in the first r at Chi o, the raves
4e ":; that's ever happened to me inf n t i iea ogam

Txeas, finished second with a 11AM MAN-.2ak mare addition and Frank Leshy will have a football team of hi. own. kee 1 and the Browns at Boston an
73 Tuesday. For a 214 total, the first tO tu re of the Notre Dame coach's family. Seat ed, left to right, are Florence, 11 after oon battle.
Na ond Marlene Bauer and Peggw' holddn Mw7r;, l 'red, 2; Mrs. Leahy, holding Chris, brn Feb. 24 and Paa Leahy, om Jansen faced only three men
Kirk tied for thmrd with 222's. ratnca, L Snding, same way, are Jerry, 8; Frank, Jr., 16 and usan, 14. ( In each of seven of the nine In-
,f La: _, .iMrs. Babe Dd rGdnkson Zaharlas t .." ... --nt;gl OImn rookie seconal base-
"Mrwas next writh a 2so5 '. l.a s ha Williams hit two
Jas. of Sn]Atonrlved Jath en of a ish tout.
Sfinished second with will have afootballteamofhis.own.-.ereI nd t ,e Bo wsiatlestonea
7 Tuesday... ...............Bravesa meanwhile, were dissp-
S S Pacific letwn nhre nn ted the show th in of their
A4idMess ..Babeesn ons. ,D older : .-aar medFiatlrcokie-e ulrs .t,,eDodgserss
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All thes p r on e BT D GS O TEMSB T b* mseors 8 reda chArtn sealshto offo.
,hen the pair wall be ready to return to action. (NEA) ttdeTIOIDAutiA. MPArF AI ITA T A judhe In New York freed c ac ek whmic gave Gerry htaieyn
o-ore w ,,e, i t -a-sh ca n Po BoU three men in the basketball h~so o urth vi owrY of the ses on_ b t e
SteI in. lte e le e l f e fix scandals yesterday and at- eR' o p t ett. h ere
Pnd ta kydritobaatmelealdsandhn scific Little League s. FT Arme5d tFores To In.rease way theilm.m.arol TUIm. e esoE etrd MRa 1t. a lemt hur t' Aalr i,
1 ou t lUor th IItIers la St ars Drill Tomorrow..leveed.a.d. :5"643 Jiudge.g. aul Stret .ad .ackde led ot o ,ndthreo s orI t he C sdsl l T i n
S rChiaoVbe e ...... R T t a e a s an a vers Iny o Kentucky o d ue y rnhte he ta a..
wts e Te tehir. ittre La daing t tonr- G ame Little S ee s bo S n 6. 3mAingen a setla ed or fre- Inning. T he Phihi es battled back kS M
S*Eobl wl rllu1I owvTr All -Stars will work t ta Ne x Yor. ..... 5 6 .45tle ags t dlase n L a 3 lao r a syetear lal andoute -tO senin .d efo a mie. e nth .ra
td-g erom, row afternoon at 4 at Little Phl a0ell C ilf. 2 8 A200 t h2 5 e sami th e uhderslty -~0 t e e ,in te 13th /
he l s F oraDck Po Tir e League Park on Gallard et roi.n The.gtr ont ... ... ae AdcAl8-u- Td W f c All8 1 he nld r age pla yer foreTeli ....ere i. i wpnn I tn

e.auAlomln H athlb adS.Cds. p e n th0 o celoShle S ta tAoD hets in f h ouF it he caly ned tinte c D s it-dons Aitsre cu agedp payee rsoeBub C uca hoC
de team are .requested to attend v. aODAY' GAMEn erS PACIFI E ALL STARTS And de e.uh t hei ot d thea a cot Ifive Brave pteheCrs issued a .
h tomorrow nlht at Bennb o this practise. rChicago.Mgtl IUn ive Psi aty Sa- Pntoee.( Wodan LoBt A R. R se Bp allo. he entu basket hl otr u s the P athis d e ofthem _beslt t eetI
,, taihm the interscholastic tr i'a S .0 L 6a 't. tLo i a P o n Little League.e r i 0Loveay, rf 0 00 t edlr a b. Rupp a endt e Me two ome d hld s A.ear _wi.n-ee.d
S Thie soo n w b o e t o aan e De t Jirotl a0 Ner York2 Nt.2 Auant tleoLuite ag ue 1 2l bDurfee, 0., lb 4 4 2 6 c0ricim" or.em. ROOKIe E _Maews, Se_ ld, .rldl. iogh
'thend fierdu asio o e and Cuome Cl Leln at was ng r on N Arme d Forces 2De dRyter.. s m3p 0 0 2 Judge reit ,senid,,, alk- prtor oe o n an the .11 h, W here the nual m-.
S te t out for the nters la eaue ............1 utherand c 3 0 1y 0/ ver p te spaeread on the Clare h it rad p.rfor ted z aben ra

YESrro wDn AY 'S Tb-3 1l T Ne Waso ()W .... f 26 00. ^ ^ ^ CNT. a 1 ea tagh ata t ohee Braees. Mu Dar cot
Zd harurmo et e a h S .Loui a s. 4 a ie and 1 Dazzo Dea Plonshioa. The Pacmiutfic Side Batenuc'R .r d 2ghe 1g 0- 6 0 -ss ed out bS O nb Tg he t w arl ohat

ed itas o t a tinr forSth str A1ht LA ..A rSeN OR SO6 TBAcLLn Ri .. 0. 12 0 A eddhw Armed FrcesMer. 3b s .3n a n lealst oe catrh l i. ee ed eoin thee eigtS10n Sc he. t
d, EG bEe ,. odut'1 A -- h 00, o100- e. 3 Atlnt ..erb Star. v S. CShera n, n Io n o a 19 bawleledn thnmnn 0ta fo l n Caairdiro J : 1 WB o.
Standing performers as BobJs e h Cain (K-0). Phgh andeCourt-e ___ d alloe t hrs. ichnelder,_ _.. tr e res played the feial ameowb- md in .) e.v,.

: ld l o. The; Aroldo anne ork teAM- Wohedn LthPet- erd Theit Paoeific Litte Lteagend Lo tals... ..h K m'.2 4.u 3 18 1 Te de said thRopp d to et-urd hi g hoser in; t T b a0h 1h0s

I thoe vuld t o Hu t obrt o r deive a WI CEeto h -0m1. Se acn -dE, Laoet-Nta,- Gam trk o h leder o u blSch er b 0 h baero ad edaoutin c a d en to aU r i in g ra the 1951renA r Crhp s t. C aor (te l.
u e om G ilber ih uri C ClaOS T........ i .. m .... .. 0 oe f the d efe w as the armed ,.MEn FO CE ALL 7K am- ba l den bt hat he sh edl t ha as ln tacns Derbyc on who o1nu e
G" tail k et four Bennt Seieal : ...p.. 0 ,- ... ....... at Wet e BarIDouli f 0 010 0 wo aulng wb dw how i a t he y nhao Ie fte Drt h r o T TT.

R. ho b s is. ; Oicat. t .0 Sto 000 .u 0 in PCi Mc aleime ra 2b 3 0 0 h0 0 weon atu e lref a oorr ea o .and e the r aa t t Ih th iFne ac
r i .wlobearlp onf Hofy ltl u an e tra err ( 0 -1),n ta a o, Ho -i ss ra tto Std er Am re 0 Wl hd, 2o 23 0 he m at lips e Ylhr losin an onk T e d n o
: h tl g er f or t e n as of the C n s 0 1 an "dCa tne,. a l Her cnedicA ll S ter ScheImer, 2b 1e 0 0mets Groa a h e rdad the t I the b er Led
S.ot al Tgr ,u t r ie eota ,. Gb R o -n w a 0 10 0 rPacm woerifc tergamer wes ip and o h t o ramen .m.3r e 1 6L 2Bahrentahe eal ad-cfeeed p o reto oing a n.ta n the e e (. M
Tisonh, Jhn Anears the liy a e Rlul .sa o v. lloatr 0 uc a the wee y hoder, Tif n th 1e01r 00 taktn bri es t w infixtte- la s t t eua bri Ai o

S. a: 1BrbaGrar..442 0 0 0 0 Kentu0 g e iaboa sn weiokh 014 h t pitchd R T %I
ieghalrt, a yn o ag hlin Mo, e a y31 ustn Stont 0e t n a I .A 4 2 lyAteiascretes t ei n ,C rl INDMarTch 1 trgi the A nthle t S AiN
W eiam Citob hsead t i wcuo tic S ond la% ." hbladelphia" .k.3(- an c umn slgne yruns o s He ed oa ca ul h s he Athlyti hve t R bt G.r.
JWlehl e Aris, and th d2mleo.0utSt I aboon .WCyln n0 .1 -- I n KteEntucy lud2e atb.P eetee cp se a t nowhasrhOfmwo-n o D& Roer, Ilas o W
todshow therfans the ss canllLa0 W h2iter walks, twoderrorsoandonehitobpifcnherr"si B1 ths ye both sc
ToerrygrDuprf..thatscoreOedAtoweenGotagls.. 0 1 fnced byr oturs"- b adetol- lAef, wasGhebSenators'hloer oid and one fsec nd
etInhe ir pero eivnoftse. AenadCou e La s .eSpeci alTr.ooops er.. nathe eba a h eain nedgn ae.roumnitrsdd-Sore byi nnings :rcordmaephm jd u e e.wes.Ser o
B ba, Tgll sb I the 2 of dl oiaesr .runs..B thaHery c a n iednou tho e e o.. e h eis ood1 w th e s D eeron g a weo t inbo .)lt. poits.ach
thlo and-Gilert wmilthe, ROYFre- dal:oavsGMnEt Sn Saoa. aleved N........ e ed a- s runcificntheng fp i fom e wars iandr ng 3 .0he aKr er r u Ed leniency. The results: kn. lea rpl n
Wlorebeabolhdet s or.a..hesir worucPhklaelhthea.............asc Pai Al SLtars rm e rI .ra. 6,-wUgt ne

aOun aof a: reRteroup mbser iea Cludoo pCed vslo tee ro F ae n Ktram...... rfee theeer the ia n 00 1 0-0rtaka .ngro carg iEU en-. 2. d.heALoersl 1 F te r
of by Di ste0 the haws pro unce3bd..ygm nNwo2 o l ol n Kentucky bamseded aIset PutFOwnetzpherea idnt

rI t ,sad Dn. i O und .o blerain. arnd ga bbe d decision0 mn oe und... .er It ore theeinn-inrte r ef.on .3 esP 1f0AI n nM arhtaso 0a theA thl ver- a,:m .
te ..ams Crsoal Inathedvt-. undl iam Boc Se a. .Leau. Piec ob BDrrIiia nI Llla. R erby t oth six a fiBat or i te to5mtetite hoarseLI y. a a n
8. o bo thetetans.l mie an e a Slly b Walste f th c- .. s o10 00K-the hta R eosallowederr"sThre W i Pe: Sch nei rad t eeraw n .. Cuen.heic a .eBeakt
Wvn 4 e star ednhird te. 0hitse, an Stru g se idearoy iogime e

S Itheldiogs .er et. ed t oneu r b c sDurfeeof th ascrd to Ttas... he Bas.on2B1..Schn18er2 K fbll oer" bd askby ll a-Ando. i erby 440hd Ra y:t 1 l e (Rnt
Ot ofn 3b.t hi0 de gr op o e c eny a.ned" PneLms.rahi gtn........1s1eadlinghitere nof ht. o.wi 000arnPablh0nlyh l nh1e r tLif l A nd ph, eonn l tabea e f' w ases Ipthe r w h. r Smt h M n
thaeeboas Dito ve he ,laroera, "Fred!n ho :(eighectame) ,twob,-eh e--its nnefourtrips to-Starsc Armedorces 1 W h a111 the ci owns o k 2. G1 l (47- te,.'.

foreybeBr a ar Tlsdkhe"a bn s I h I I an ane mtrteire Th Dr es ho D ReTdt h pE
arl nurnd g .mino Oaimen ofe Agenalau-in Mo nd ay ,LLeaean1- t Byni r r s al es ncandBLIEacifitch, Strsedthleites-onCohiRup.he ia11u
spr fot, Jiu asain. e anl RNasdJ'elh.'b ..fd.............0o1CCurs0 cthermed olctswedthelthreehitsALevy, rcesAllStacrr es track," the noted withern of -I son (.t1t w minThere
tigha usle. aintheg sulleds I. arcloe...........0 h 0 TEmounAMfo.. .ter 1ta Ps.00ff of0doSiTgoedn.Tie. ...e:o1:15.f amateu rre s 20 m Run: 13 Benet .
d yoouthe all 0_Gamb1.sw000_003oDo_3_withHerbyhavin Formha ELte 1.

a Boeotals Sd will78l be e .ons, a d(........a a. roklyn ........ 2, .. ... Ig a DUOn.r ,Ee. w ndtl. o fryAn e t (2.).h

-- o a dere e of eicincy th.y --orIe raf......t..a.4. .ioi" .. ,op
Fo R r.ou.t ouu d nodetesr Phew.r n teMark, mth, 0., R o (9 ft..
av b ou1 onh e i anothe 40 a diBrl owni-t-c .R s l ow 4he Wnin ithr:Shti......d..e r.tra 1e5Meye tNeA)e strighea tOe ev sa no1n- min .
the Bl ldog.r' ....510A.Natron.s..........1 1 0rA 4----4-tDiizyoDean.can-mutilaterhisheadslightclayled edutoton"troottnrunAn de
Ou t, .welcHubert ...c ~'Dait...........o. 9 .357 the Englishwlan guage at thewclosedBaisoriBht ceniden ,e- ball orcbas1.bRllersom.ue lrb.Ii
threebsarinAc.... 1 "1 a T.r e t.rin ance SW.2 0shing iJf g o 12 f Tiw ai dth e f bl Card farpit wchs-"sband" inute s huu 1Bh.rl
RPiladelphu aia at St. Louis(-- N) nouncer was in rare form eoStusd7runningcwith WndthcBroad Jump: "1ehuoses, .
a.....h Totascored: .6 p'TOA' GAMES -lgastare t uronedCbashRptebaltaner, Kl sbergw a stched B( f j
t- noiatur ._ ,.__"s"" ",... .0 Moell3L1 0A/BRO',-.ABZ N ewYok atPittsburgh. btrodcalui, nand e hton Marko asehisKing Radnched,,ntd S h.a
Idd- 3b .lb, ..30000e u u anU E" orook3- .. 20 /2lynta, th el, Chicago.y gamet.I between the Re.. Birs wintheDer."O)t,!
i o kCn.e 41 100 0 0 0 R. Danief.........4 11 Boton Cincinnat. ]a 'ndx Co'rnthdaL-
and rrf."""W. .5123 AFrre p/( ).llace.s..... 0W on-Lost.......21cnofTthegRee p
oth, g f es ..A 0 1 2 0 0 0"....eW ...'J...... 1 0 c.DAY'S.0 o /ES.LT. waving Isiws, big b atl_ .
wi ollotaybl .... 0s3 10 64 r0 -o" -- T"-T.PewrncCnYo rkt i 001 0 1t000..-4e5.15 ploy, v9 2observedt "Th at hi-I! ---.. ....- -
192..................t90 91 terWd7 looks mig .ty DaatnSutPhEaC1&i.L
J. Welch.- .20b rb 0'E13r,.. 20...5t.35Dte almsh languagedat"this OFFecs sitr
i--TheAform0r0Cardeinala Lain.02 F0 1- ko--4)boxsadfewmhnutesn
Total ..s. 2T.. .3I 3102410 3 pWla r el a ncan-aterwatthedMid-S.13

Zel, 1 4 0 2h2 4 0 C0I 0 Cl audio2.eioABol a .Yicago ,,gam1beIkeen t h e R 00s1021in __t4he:. -e bye "-_-.
teh en If b 4 0 1 0 0 1 OP hi a. 202. 00a C a L an- 14C in ciai 0 .

I will be done by KeberVi For nIt.i
-Xell, Wertz 2 DiPagglo,. the Municipal Division forces *~( a i s e rC
i2 ..B t i uo Lop- and it Lexpected that S Ms T Ladies Wear Childrn's Wer
:81-Wertz, WIIfaMs. 531Ibe, completed ini time tothvavvie fU
Throneberry, White.1 e poole.e ned on t he o re- ha
D,-V. Stephens, Leulo e pooi re-oened on the -The Diablo Tfntsh l_ Mu_
L -- Detrit '11 BO BIgular schedule the following will-be r-.eri IE
L- Parnell 5, Truckse 2, b Tennis Tournamei t i I .IIIi
mL i eld l ..- r310- Par-II tobe held on Mn 71111- ".'4 ."hr5-pI "-toIft- b' "
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LOJiaVlLL. Ky., May 1. -
fourteen definite starter tday
wAited Baturday' 7t Ken-
Derby with the forlorn
hope that one -of their number
old make a $100,000 scrlflee
to uo ill Gall, the latest can-
o from Calumet.
There were two other po igMe
started waiting In the bright
gren bams along the ba.
tcb a ft Churchill Downs but
U hek talk among xtalnerb,
jckeys and swipes wa Hill
a11'a stunning front runnil g
record ramble as he won the
p y Trial by six Imprelsive
What they needed, they all
a teed, wUe a speed herse to go
out there with the Oalumet cut
ahnd burn the run out of him
ulringh the early stages of as-
urdy'si mile and a quarter run.
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wrfnloe. the general theory, ws
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pitched Lloyd lth and south-
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for a 4-0 peint winning vie-
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11mebll League. fst
The victory by Canada Dry Am t i aI ttmo
bring to an end this sea- ame were the of r-
also give Canada Dry its first wood R
pennant in many many years. Ing e
Smith started on the mound fifth Inn .
for the Powells but complained L. id ,
of. pain In the arm and was re- lived by gu8,m a e
moved in the fifth Inning after er, while t
allowing four runs. All-rounder dstan for
LettyThase took over and hurl- At Red added
ed great ball the rest of the way. Insult to a .
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hts, incl ng home run over back du M
bhe oft field wall by third base- place in a
man Blokmam, with a maite a- a sore of to.

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Own A-Bomb

At Yucca Flat

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TLA A N 2"Let the people know the truth amntdo J4 w 1g' Lincoln.
set off by U S. scientists was rWENTY-SEVENTE YEAR PANAMA, It. P., "TViKPA. FIVE CENT'J
scheduled to explode today in '
mid-air at Yucca Flat proving
-grounds high above the heads of
nearly 2,150 curious but unafraid
ly 7.000 yards awa. est Sen s 2n lo Note
The blinding flash, the boiling
fireball and the familiar mush-
room cloud were expected be-.
tween noon and I p m weather
permitting 5 t/
The test-the 16th nuclear de- .-
tonation at the Nevada test site BERLIN. May 1 IUP,-The fighter bases was suspended for The Wea'tlft l &led co ainh- oust." "entirely inadmissable,"
-has been delayed two days byUnited States, France and Bit- the day at all but one air field. dptsa eml. ly rejected the "brutal," "unwarranted" and
rainy weather. ain last night accused Russia of But it was pointed out that Soviet ce Aton that fte contraryy to all standards of
The atomic firework were a "brutal" and "unwarranted" the one remaining open was the French sBlkjiter hkd "'dtrayd civilized behavior."
The atomic fireworks were attack on an Air France Sk%- one from which Russia's Migs from the -Ftlllk1Urt-Bielrn 'ir
planned as a signal for Marines master in their second vehe- zoomed up Tuesday to fire more route. V
to dash out of their foxholes ment" protest of the incident in than 20 cannon shells and In an al outpouring of ad-
within seconds of the burst and 24 hours, machine gun bullets into the jectives, thtleesowers bra I
begin am assault upon mythi- The note was the West's reply French plane. ed the fight attaolt "out=a'
cal "Yucca Island. to an earlier Soviet note charg- federal Retired
ing that the French passenger
The Marines, holding their liner ,as f lying outside p theSp e lo M
first maneuver employing a live narrow air corridors connecting G I H urt In H i eed Employes' income
atomic bomb. were assigned to isolated Berlin with West Ger-
seize the area and make believe many and demanding that
an enemy armored division had French officials take measures C I LI f A L. Approval by the Senate of a
been "atomized." to prevent future "violations." mTIaS ullp in KIO r BaI bill to increase retired employee'
The nuclear device was expect- Western 'civil and military .. Income is expected very soon, ac-
ed to be another of the growing planes were ordered back into cording to word received today
family of medium-size atomic the air corridors yesterday by the president of Chapter 24.
bombs It was to be dropped by despite the implied Russian of the National Association of
a U S Air Force bomber over the threat to force other Western Retired Civil Employes, Capt.
same general area used 10 days aircraft down if they wander- John M. Davis.
ago by maneuvering Army troops ed out of the 20-mile-wide air The bill. S-2968. is designed to
in the first "public" atomic test corridors. offer an immediate but tempor-

ever held In the United States.
Scientists and the military
tacked up the "top secret" sign
again and would not permit
newsmen and civilian officials to
have ringside seats.

However, television cameras
were stationed as near to the
blast area as authorities would
permit, to photograph the ex-
The telecast was to be flashed
across the relay system to Los
Angeles to be shown In that a-
rea by local stations The pro-
gram was not scheduled for a na-
tional television networks as was
the last operation 10 days ago.
The detonatio ntodav was ex-
pected to be at normal air burst
evel-between 1.500 and 2.000
Marines and 250 Army troops
who observe the blast were ex-
pected to emerge safely after
being closer to an atomic ex-
plosion than ny U.S. service-
ma has ever been before.
Last week's bomb exploded at
3.500 feet. nearly two thirds of
a mile In the sky.
The Marines. many 'veterans of
Korea and some even of Guadal-
canal, were well briefed on the
safety of their foxholes within
the destructive shadow of a
bursting atomic bomb.

NeWt time a Cold has you in its
grip ... take Alke-Seltzer. "Two-
ated" Alka-Seltier fights that
feverish "ache-all-over" feeling
and the nagging Headache that
so often come with
Colds. Sparkling .h.' '.
effervescence makes .. *
Alka-Seltzer pleasunt-
testing, and taster-
acting !

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Immediate Soviet investiea-
tion of Tuesday's attack bv two
Russian jets was demanded in
the new Western note
Reparations were demanded
for the damage which result-
ed including the injury of
four persons and punishment
was demanded for those res-
The second protest was dLs-
ptached after a minor Soviet of-
ficer in the four-power BFerlln
air safety center had said the
air corridors between Berlin
and the West would remain
The Western commandants
wanted that assurance officially
and from the highest level, they
Western authorities o
placed little Importance on a
curtailment yesterday of Rus-
sian maneuvers in East Ger-
Flight activity from Russian

'Puam' Purser's

Bural At Sea

Lsted Tomorrow
Memorial services for Warren
Frederick Kristen, Chief PUrser
on the S. S. Panama. who died
Monday, were to be held at 4:30
today at the Colon Hospital
The service was to be conduct-
ed by Cristobal Canal Zone Lodge
1542, B. P.. 0. E., of which Mr.
Kristen was a member.
He will be buried at sea about
3 p.m. tomorrow when the 8. S.
Panama will be about 70 miles
north of the Cristobal break-
water. The burial services will be
conducted by Captain J. W.

Mr. Kristen was found dead
In his cabin about 7 a.m. Monday
as the ship was entering Cris-
tobal Harbor. An autopsy show-
ed the cause of death to be oo-
ronary thrombosis.
Mr. Kristen is survived by his
wife. and two children, a boy and
a girl about eight and ten years
old. Thev live near Bonton, New

Lombards Leave
For US Vacation
E C. Lombard. Executive Seo-
retary. and Mrs. Lombard will
leave tomorrow on the S. S. Pa-
nama for a vacation in the Uni-
ted States.

. lI! Thev plan to visit Mrs. Lom-
bard's family in Toms River. Ne
Jersey. and attend the gradue-
Tf tlon of their daughter. Elain
4' from Mount Holyoke Collee at
South Hadley, Masashuaetb
and the graduation of their son,
Richard, from the Harvard Law
Checlaty ,and School.
delicious Smooth '
and setisfYini'! Mr. and Mrs Lombard will re-
urn to the Isthmus about the
ugI'I1Imiddle of June.

[ L m I mm

Sometime thome two X's at he
bottom of o letter mean that f
fellow is being double crossed.

Watkip' sedeb...after t blta.

ary Increase in present annuities
amounting to $36 a year for each
six-month period the pay has
been Inforce, but is not to ex-
ceed $324 a year. or 25 per*bent
of the present annuity. ,
The increase would apply to
retired employes. but would not
increase the annuities of surviv-
The bill received unantmeus
approval of the Senate's Post
Office and Civil Service Com-
mittee, and Is now on the Sen-
ate calendar.
It was .not expected to meet
any serious opposition In the
House of Representatives, If
passed by the Senate. Introduc-
ed by Senator Smathers of Flo-
rida and Senator Duff, of Penn-
sylvania, the new bill will super-
cede 8-995, and other retirement -
bills pending in Congress.
According to Armed Forces
personnel records there are 152
i tired Air Force employes ad.
MX Army employes who will be
IAfected by the new. bill (Navy
btrntala do not keep their figures
bt the Zone.)

The president of the local
X AftCE chapter said today that
I'* tle the- bill does not contain
$. the provisions the assocla-
considers desirable, it does
de a measure of immediate
altef at a time when such relief
Is Imperative."
,Capt, Davis urges all members
4rt Chapter 24 to write to their
senators urging their approval of
ristlians.. treek broAside. the bill when it is called up for
a vote.
David A. WSatIII. a soldier along Rio Abajo highway S'--
attached to the 9%h7 Veterinary, wards the city. L
Food Inspectione .tach oent waet The policeman set out after L Boca May Fair
Fort Clayton, wa tin the Fort the soldier, but found that S t-IE Tto
Clayton Hospital today reov- was going too fast for the We- La lay To Help
ering from injuries received yes torcycle to gain any ground o al c
terday when a ear he was dlv- Cristian was coming out f Loca9 CIO Fund
Ing crslhed leadeag twite the 9th Street ont o the hIg)i Fn
side of another auto do the Rio when the car driven by WA May Fir to benefit the re-
Abajo highway. hit Cita' sedan smack tirement funmd drive of Local 900
Hernando Crtstan, Costa Ri- the middle, knocking It wor.-10 V will be feld Saturday at the
can driver of the qther car who the other side of the street. aA Bocbal park under auspic-
also wai injured in ecraNsh Polce. said Watkins had teen e of the alboa chapter, Wom-
Is in the San Fermado Hsopi- drinkiNg. end's AIXlary of Local 9oo00.
tal His left leg was broken. Beth amen were taken to-d A food bausar opening at 9
Watkins is under obsralwfton. San Fernando Hospttal, but a.m. will precede the main events
Panama Police said a motor- Watkins was later turned aye of the fair, 'bich will include
cycle policeman spotted Wat- to Army authorities and trans- dtncitg, gamei and prizes start-
kins speeding and ilg-afggfng erred to. the Ft. Clayton He- tag at f p.m. The public Is invit-
pital. .

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For CImaicaioe
Alejandro Mendez, director of
the Panama National Museum.
revealed today that he has ask-
ed Dr. Hale 0. Smith, Florida
State University areeogist,
for a clarification on the extent
0- the shipment of Indian cera-
mics be took to Maaml from Pa-

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29, Mendez said "you have madq,
me klok bad (if it is that other
t es ported) ."
Menude letter said "the small
pieces which I gave you, as di-
rector of the Museum and to re-
r yon for those that yoa
brought for our Muimum.
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