The Panama American

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

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

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:00348

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Of Comet Liners


Rests On Crash Probe


NAPLE8, Italy April 10 (UP) at full power? he death ceql-
S- Sith anC Italian officials Ing where disaster struck al-
Iaunche4 twin investigations to- ways without warning was just
day hoping t learn from a over 30,000 feet.
a1 e whether tragic over- Thirty-eight minutes after
"gap i# mars knowledge taking off from Rome Thursday
0 anesor sabotage caused night for Cairo and Johannes-
th nt airlitr crash burg, the .jetliner plunged into
the sea so abruptly the crewmen
a to the ay after failed to clicj a button that
a ar similar death dive would have radioed a distress
klt ed It rd a comet on the signal.
p e Italy, the hunt Aboard were three Americans.
dgnea that might a num der of distinguished Brit-
pioneer jet pas- ons, and a co-pilot .Who was
or vindicate the married Monday.
path seemed The Americans were Clyde L.
SAndersOn of- American lork.


Mass.. flying to Livingstone; in
Africa, F. R. Harbison, flying
from Pittsburgh to Cairo to re-
pair a generator in a plant
Westinghouse built for the E-
gyptian government.
Among the Britons was Capt.
Joseph Anthony Callings, horse
trainer who prepared the British
riding team for the Helapiki
Ol mpics.
nothWr was A. Basil Brooks,
London stockbroker and Quaker
leader. His wife also was aboard
the Comet.
The co-pilot, Barend 3. Grove,
married an English girl Monday.


T ir -"soMWri s said sis Brit- Utah, flying from London to All the seven crewmen were
ish secUrlty of cers flew from Caire to begin a technical aid South-Afrtfens. The stewardess,
Ld o y to look into the mission for the government; R. Pamela RPtz3, was a twin.
tit hat t sausage lay be- L Wilkinson, of Marblehead, The Comet fell out of a calm
h death Sqt. 3OW =i sky only a few hours after the
'lteS t aa S A London- British had called of f the a1-
S et plunged in- vage opeLation for a sister ship
to e-San0 miles rM io S OT which dropped Into the Mediter-
no of vocal Bstrmbom 'Is- ranean off Elba last Jan. 10,
lad Thurday niht. killing a.l 35 aboard.
ing hnzmla ground. -ThreeGC
monb a this, mor Give Comets UsCA Directors
inOestW Awptaos cor-
poraion smked oe sea tiff Tests Slated To Meet
* with an apparent epsosion of fhip If eo
the Italiansland of liba Thst -
exEalanf% WLONDON. April 10 w(UP) AtIti
tLkCm I&. names aPham, Of Volunteer British test pilots WillAI
,e.:-- B.C oue. heof _M whip oejino the -jinxedlet1 Ais laolmeetingof the Board
Uh.o. hn '16o1tho.lai- comet arli s oug te of sectors of the U. 8. Citi-
.ett mos ot volent man ersr th ens ociation will be held at
s it a.e Margrita Clubhouse tomorrow
anda in a r-e a,-a aof ,ton, a.t3 9 -m.
.elpW*A Marv& am/, er.


DEE? IN THOUGHT President Eisenhower (right) is an at-
.tentive listener as Secretary of State John Foster Dulles speaks
to him during a Post Office ceremony at Washington. The State,
Department confirmed that Dulles leaves today on a special trip
to London and Paris to line up support for "united action" to
protect southeast Asia.


AFL Head Meany Warns


Against 'Horse Trading'
-a-
NEW .YORK, April 10 (UP) Is the fountain-head and back-
George Meany, president of the bone of Communist reaction."
American Federation of Labor,
w drt&!*w muawint. qropadnni- azfn a &~~awain|m #lad' TT


Secretary Flying


To


Europe On


HANOI, Indochina, April 10M
(UP)- French defenders of be-
sieged Dien Blen Phu went
over to the offensive today and isl
recaptured a str ngpoint they
lost earlier to the Communists.
French troops shouting victory *
cries swarmed from their fox-r/Au""" "-
holes on the eastern flank and WASHINGTON, April
blasted the Communist rebels John Foster Dulles said to
from a position lost March 30. President Eisenhower that
the start of round two in the
struggle for the fortress, to assure that the forthcom
Now Communist Gen. Vo
Nguyen Olap has sent own an not lead to a loss of freedom
edict to "resist until death" to Dulles talked with the
prevent the French forces from night for conferences in Lo
breaking the six-month siege, night or conferences in L
according to French intelligence .press his campaign for a "u
reports., nist aggression in-Southeas
Before the French attack
got under way Communist In a formal statement, Dulles
commandos sneaked through said:
the battered ramparts and "This government believes that
blew up part of the airstrip If all the free people who are
linking the fortress with the threatened unite against the
outside world. threat then the threat can be
ended."
The Vietminh infilt r a too r s
crawled through defenses during Dulles emphasized that his
the mnoonless night lugging mission to Europe to 'line up
homemade bangalore torpedoes reluctant British and French
-hqllow bamboo poles stacked support for his united action
with explosives, plant in Southeast Asia is "a
In the black of early morning mission of peacq t h r o u g h
they crammed the bombs un- strength."
der steel matting that paves Dules said the need now is
the runway and lasted the vital for the United States, Britain
iLratrlp. and France to join their strength


dMher Commanht m


f Peace
I--
10 (UP) Secretary of State
day after a conference with
the free nations must unite
ting Geneva Conference "will
im in Southea Asia.
President befre leaving to.
indon and Paris next week to
united front to resist Commu-
t Asia."
preserpv-the vital Interests of us
all.
"Unity of purpose calls for a
full understanding. It seemed
that this understanding would
be promoted if I would person.
aly go to London to talk to the
Brtah government and go to
Paris to Talk to the French gov-
ernment so that there could be:
a more satisfactory exchange of
views than is possible by the
exchange of cabled messages,"
Dulle sa id.
The British and-French Iov-
Iernments have btked at going
Salon with Dulls'..-an.. -a. U&..."-


GRMA&INU 555W3 ISSSU VW KA "jfOj Aj7 Taal'-f W r
tes sWi ltbe ar -dross o he th na tob ,aoraIc hers and a- against fi e umn a..." t.f l-t? the cu
u1n-'-"conferenceof.rho ..pue-for in- wave"ssaultbegin Ap'l N.
Sw qu revised version dstrial Democrac the Hotel Authorities said several patch- Dulles will press the British
Of .i e' t ,,i te .. and theBrith Over Ar ri ve rsi ad Commodore. the I- l*d e, steel nr were demolished and French to issue, in cooera-Du h I a
i'eel u ,death" .ix.miles i .I. seas Mrways Corp. which had ,, wwih e coir etrsag.ad that the U.N........s ,and YU UUWSSadOII esofoethee were drienmof.iodndw th otrissafr mrgency tricop tO t ithrt
The ltish aircraft cae fro been using the comets on pas- meet regularly as from time to supervise a free electi n" there Frenh d Vietame de declarati on that Indochina and Biti and French governments
t ogl es -e s wth of sener pruns. t c e mory heo the tru China or its a nstra ctioe of 7 seinser ias tely moved out Southemt As ia wUl not fall prey leou insovme of n e rea in.
bl Iclu in bOato .p.eto tp cresrorlded that In no the UN. must not "become ano a lywith acetylene torches to burn to Communist aggression. .
Naples. Italian sed num- One theory of the crashes, event shal such regular meet-objthect of barter or diplomaticL l a off the twisted metal mats and Dules said threat to Indo- obviously desirable united f
thked up ma Bmput forward. by OAC Chairo wings ber held less frequently thanhrse trading." .fill in the holes with stones. china is "not a limited one." to restt Communist aggreslp
er civilianesel man Sit r Miles Thomas, wa s quarterly' and pro d ed that l a elaborf icial a o.attack- hard-pked earth. He said it is of vital interest In Southea A."th.
Warsp. led thrgh that the comget reach a fatal peal meeting. shall be cal ed the concept of East-West French off cials said the resur- to many nations in Southeast,
area betwe the Islands of Ca- ceiling at a ound 33000 feet upo petition signed 40 per trade declaring that free coun- Iran April 10 (UP) gent rebel activity might be Asia and the western Pacific H
ara nd tromboll dotted with while* under full power. cent or more of the ard of tries should not "under cover of Oste premier Mohammed the forerunner of another all-vaces, Including the Phlippine
S-bodies- ..1 wreckage from The volunteer pilots will test Directors." trade," feed and equip any to,- Mossadegh, once a aln talking out attempt to breach the stand. Australia, and New Zealand with
the British-made South African the theory, hoping to sav e Over-all policy and nsfo talitarian enemy who dramatically 'ross the stage of or-die defenses. whom the United States has Korea Vets
luurner them\seles by psaratute sh oul the forthcoming teimersa Inli "- '.n.enem wo.....e to n treason trial, Time was running out on the security treaties. fe
ll o h Comets were ground" it be proven out. campaign. tentatively scheduled to g Red force ringing Dien'Bien Dulles said the Communist
to open in May. will also be morro hunger strike unless the govern- Phu. bloc, with its vast resources,
edoffc indicated the er A spokesman for the De Ha presented to the Board tomor- meant ends secrecysurrounding French aircraft struck back to "can win success by overwhelm-

fnf Inct t-eyale Ae k odeiamnt foerren e Be orf the aden u r o i d ape r c over the defenders as the bat- ng one by on small bits o f
Awo ulra d eotbrn on sr e flh Ii w lan d m any s te f a r fdor alr ic al es w u d o far be tter


U h emr-h l e toso eeR rn ft t the mo olean m judge me went into its fifth week. fredom."K w was tried
ue e dan TWo cases heard ere teran oowmr conference o e A l won't com e again to this light bombers ewy-ot Ireetay s differ a P nama court
PcaOr Man s e eard Thnm s lve thh Bralboa magty ught Up Ifothe u were to thakecon thed court T uhe have told politn,"ciarnrived from U. wFar Eastern unite" he id.ure pe ce sma hing e another ear '
i ie were contiintered Wednesda netonal es for orman ui- aed th dear "I don't cawhere if you bas joined in seemenwowerfg w n a o is not to ext t end tth he Th
am a e-ternoon 'caeon th routh free eiertiv-e appeal is ng heard with an-l Frday night. The jude or
threeomet crashes "all folow. A group of 18 young Frenh- of the dchmfendan nd r e o time rnt other outburst of colorful ire DENVER, April f on bald moun-Harin him to pay for damages to
certainP A, tt l., n reaching o arrived f millions annf.ama by A.O .mbranor r-old a overel nty and i ondence tothat putuated hie trial. The ld Stassen, dire mctor of pore nlps Istto pre1 ve, and relied h
(P) acnt hte. M latplated tehis eek for special arlan, was' charged h bur n (Wet Germanl ov- nlttron- ws out- aheJUd in t his hpu dleratle, an dttrid thned ainott nteArm o
apothewsll y miu hp roLewn O forAe oni nueu totalitarian world."e said. low ped-to know my defense t o iu sontnt tn orto mn e ene1 a Chrenne Oeao thae he a tarid

agubrnatorianFominnatgon e.rrno The mten are here to learn U the nit of Fb home rnt. MenR said that Mos gh rante an rae eech he was to make tNao the t.e ate- th Sunin of anr was note yet comaleteloure c
th a corn d nd buterthey can about tuna fshinget at00 yesterday n confeene o uproot-He c ed he ddn'have ree national Farm and Ranch Con___or shipment to the
The affair will be el in a boare Balboa Magtrate's Court21. eanurved that the d ense He sy old local press Just before Stassen was ntro- to assure a eace id todayother
r.; ne "orl r P i wereg continued Wednesdanawfuy aft- actie as tf tne main mm- statements. oof u orrecns e ma fu sett Darlo Duque, 1, a radinw f teal it, because te tte .
'.A group of 18 young French- eb of the defendants. Miguel a n er ts hearen at home," he the vatburst of colorful ire DENVER, Aprilupment operator for t e other ta would he
-. .even.een o the Frencmmore than 3.2 perenty dinendsaid. "This triahas thie sam t he mock Then asen threw the whoe ineer Section USARCARi was nremov It belonged to
(UP) Pat from Brittany wee and arealC In Gaboon Agril bur- "They ron dad wrerman g. milittern as hjue ladgstiong his ap- thn awayer and spoke off thelled instantly yesterday wh. Floyd Walter of t. C-
thews wllof liserme n ooy roeessn ue, llwas set at the Kremlin rt. peal which e om three-year sentence press herehe wasnd in run over b a two-and- ton. Dames to the so a
ca gn for t Democratic ll ee o n Turning to Cmmunism or t for treason sed last year. advance copies of an eight-page -half ton truck esated at about 00.
But Us Ch mIn cke ns hn home fo nt. M s h e gh ranted and railed. peechdhe was to make to the a i ned d r two veterans were from
l nomination t. .Tnrm,. Wh her adden S5S5l where Due F1wf, n thes Doenerl ow Reho.si tldrn -
Ewith a .ornbad and butter they can a t n t oComminqmwillnot proot- He chaed he didn't have free- National Farm and Ranch Con-d
milk" open t i, I ay ctr lly fishing for tuna a e estro merlyCon-dm of speech for his own de- gress here last night. uie e aom o an


afTtr a polcndeedn.gurpladhimfore setting out. fr.the fh- l e H t e l rssr Mereedes, two children, Darao, .TheDArmy would not release
The affair wia e coop, h eld boinrdthe Yolande and the bas- F. de Caballero, Panamanian, "'Some o f F ne-Isoltionts wasn't allowe d i de hn aide handed out a listo have name of the two be-




va c Atn o speetthew tena Pertn, now tied up at i arged with unlawfully sel- .act asif thlte nmain Comu- statements of 17 corrections to be madeIo n Darlo Duque, 31, a grading te, b au t
the refremnerta ttPyhi s S"Poor hier 14 In Balboa. lise a alcoholic beverage cn. n.t danger isthere at home," he the advance text. equipment operatrr fo t e njo erv rts wol hv







Mn- lTh2& House ppropriaa" ioeu moeto *eorbood xchee te En.'*d f suh hne b aamb^n ofyeoo" who wa s rri.
an'e od ac d r ad S eventeen of the Frenchmen ta Rf more than 3.2 percent said. o This trialhas the same mock t hen Stassen threw the whole gaineer Section USARCARS we t- eeneo th e oua s -
hail from Brittan and are salsn in I In Gaiboa on April 5- "bth y Cnra dead wrong. Tt Is pattern as the last one," M- thing away and spoke off the kIlled instantly yesterday wh e ter t
Nibtly hh n bTere l d n inud lSs an byro aes siopnn p r OThe Bl caiento 9hrhad ta 50th veteran wer from Ba e
n p r JeandPalisson, is from Paris. I. --__________ hllr oO eloneu-halfamtsof andtrucklett e s








B TO hepo l byWllm Pon a who wnrovided this year for aid tor she various pr w d e sed for a pro will be open adeht at 8.. ne.
10 (UP)- Wim. .re t began a that the apprentices willremaind rs. r w s faced b grams tor pool, waswithinthedepartment, to dse e farmers from The benefit far s for a
after a pol an surprised him fore setting out for thseafish' n ve e ch a ,-rae It saidr p-nts Eo o on Mnercedes, two children, Daarn City o etit-t
and subdued hin m. nation will be C abolanca.uy, pment per cent more The Hour has pasd five t h omttee restored The committee voted to stop address number Ave.
0 p'rid W h W ntso o id. .s an oer mWASHINGTey On Oug t for he prevtou asn and lon last ye arI n f reezing funds pro-n the admin subsidy pro gram for announced later.th w as


dW-. .. A penerar wiimon'e yotba lot fnscad year startenege dvud 1. Thveoyear. rsu tIn g all, eths past ahead with plans to eliminate weyton Teenagers oasr ,Aeported thate a
r Wlaoe odAer,.Where _e gete committee comdpa- i reroi admIf station's request. the c Farmers-I t did this without exceeding 90 of the aonetwlm i ofarvationc ne tol thera naao ur w
Punched Now Has Price On His Own culture Secretary rareW'9. Ben- tas still was 10 Der cent less o"Te cms ftee would like to 'dollars on funds to be appro-' morrow night at the o' Rancho.


.t comMon r he noe w houn t committing to ,breachOn o than Congress voted i, t la year. impresss s epartment th at priest natn year for the id Garden s.
Dn nd t the crustances? h" with Congress by ref Hous The bill dPreidenot includelnit- admistioe n author oity an d respon- progrIt added .0. to permit Teen-agers on the Paturesic ovemn a
Ing to spend certain funds it- funds for the not Include uibility of Congress to determine Of the later, inin usual gae of die a ee, W






.duo Mot arUr W iiameneralutwo ns. "arbitrary and un realistic but added ofdenufor rtcul- Th om oac
ou no the a wAri 1s byWlTiam Pongra satdo I ,t for was he cash total was the same mdtoetto dollar farm price support the scope e wf th e various pro- would be mised for a program will be Oapen toncet at 8.aprs e mte
p)- A retired major general gassed in World War Is a and arm rs. I PrgramwhichIs financed by grams within the department," to disee ntraoge farmers from The benefit a fair is for ae i w
who offered d 100 to any .I worked' as a master sergeant in It levelled the charge in vot- aseparateind. it said. platig other crops n land charp itable Panama City intt thu.ee or
Sien ada "I'lle e $200 absolutely," apartment 4.7 per cent more The Hour has passed five The committee restore ed The commit tee voted to stopCa o Sion


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. THE PANAMA AMERt" -| "- N. O
WN6s APN PUBLIuSED 8v ees PAMs111s me One
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PSUsiON RNep AivMoAIVEs, JOSeUA COm m et0
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S19 1s3N *.glaw In *.. 1; s oo By VICTOR RIESEL
THIS IS TOUR FORUM THE READERS OWN COLUMN Barely ha4 the President and his
Secretary of State finished warn-
The Mail Ba,. Is an e. tenm sF r d oa t Ties P..n Aw e. ft the Sovietized world against
lee.. Leften are r.el..d gratefully and ore. hmih I s wholly gSee. A ruion, when the president of
It. your to a etoa don't be Im-INfft It deM't sppa111110that "sundry bij business inter.
spa day. Loers are published In the order solved. Soiet world so they can trade with
PlsNes ry to keep the letters limited to om page leagft. it
Identity of letter writers is hold in strictest confidence. This reverse casting-to use a
This newspaper assumes no respamoililily tfr stalement es eopinioa Hollywood phrase-also put the
expressed In letters from reean. powerful AFL on record against
__ X any wooing of the Soviets and any
li C &A A S f f slashing of our armed forces in-
H r i A .1L spired by reliance on the H-bonmb
q 'f -^ AFL President George Meany al-
ways is blunt In this unpredecent-
0- o.- ed accusation, he was even blunt-
er than usual In his statement,
WHAT MAKES THE PANAMA LINE tUN? released by the AFL's famous In-
Sir international Free Trade Union Com-
rh~s Is for Mr. Uninlormcd. mittee, Meany charged: of vari-k
You're not kidding You picked just the right name for sign- miThe business interests of va-y charged:
Incag your letter to the Mall Box. ous countries displayed suicidal
Do you think that the miserable $40 or $50 you pay for a short-sightedness in chasing for
trip can maintain the Panama Line in operation? Or the ship- commerce with the USSR, Cornm-
nienta of commv vegetables) munist China and the European
The Panama Line is maintained only by the cargo it picks satellites
uti in New York. The rest including your fare is chicken- "-.n their drive for quick profits,
leed these western captains of finance
r n fact. they lose money on the Canal Zone passenger trade. and industry fogot that in post- 4
You c. n start forgetting. yourself so far as the Panama Line is Stalin Russia' foreign trade con-
cincc dned. tinued to serve only as an instru-
ne- Better Informed ment of political warfare employed
to further the cause of Communism
.- t and Russian world conquest"
Answer to Previous Puzzle It i. believed that Mr Meany's
Array of Jewels references here 'are to a coming
meeting of 15 western nations
somewhere in Europe next month
ACROSS 3Regretting at which many of the continentalvra
rub... color 4 Jokes a nations will urge virtual abandon-
S 1 Ruby s color 4 Joks meant of trade restrictions with th
S4 Chinese jewel 5 Russian Souiet world It has been learned -
8 Cheap jewel mountains A that Western Europe's leaders want
12 Anger P Meal S to drop from the list of strategic /
13 Pen name ob 8 M en (slang ) | goods now banned such equipment
Charles Lamb 8 Men (slang) f S. as metal working machinery, forg-
14 Ireland 9 Military ing and grinding machines, metal
15 Bite assistant rolling mills, cutting tools, trans-
S 18 Spanish city 10 Plastic poriation equipment (Including lo
S18Jellylke ingredient 27~Prepared 42 Wound otives, cebreaking shipsand
substance II Skin (comb. essential oil covering oil tankers Also such war potent
,20Vaporized form) 28Black (nF.) 43 Horseback terials as molybdenum, al P e te r E d so n W
water 17 Stage 29 Volcano in game Inum. copper and cobalt as well
21 Harvest whispers Sicily 44 Upon as lubricants and rubber products W
goddess 19 Dress 31 Staid 46 Simple as lubricants and rubber products
22 Goddess of protector 33 Property item 47 Major and Some of these are used in 0 w
discord 23 Shaving tool 38Cheerd minor atomic and hydrogen bomb devel WASHINGTON-(NEA)-One of was appointed U. S. senator to t
34 Oerman tkn's 24 Trumpet 40 Instructor constellation ment the most exclusive and elusive in- complete the term of the late Ken- e
title 25 Needle case 11 Internal 48 Frolic Meany also castigated American ner circle organizations in Wash. neth Wherry (R., Neb). got on the h
26 Wire nail 26Emierald regions 50 Health rcsoat industrialists ington and the world, for that Eisenhower train early and stayed w
27 Individual 1 w "e warn particularly against matter-is "The Friendly Sons and as a public relations adviser.
30 Indolent e I the readiness of sundry Big Busa- Daughters of the Friends of Mr. None of the Senate pomp or Pen-
32 Fanatic sner interests to brter away basic and Mrs. Franklin Pierce." Presil. tagon brass has eVer rubbed off o
34 Man on bae I I human values and national princi- dent Eisenhower belongs, as an on Secretary Seaton and he is one F
35 Organic basis Pes for short-term profits of trade honorary president of the White of the few top Washington person-
of bone A 17 w ith the Communist regimes of House chapter. And there are alities Of all times who has never g
Dress.stone Europe and Asia-the possibilities about 125 others in It-all of them violated rule number one, which c
Colored of which re are, t best, greatly ex- chapter presidents, for it has no is, "Don't take your self too damn is
adding bird aggerated"he sasdtim the AFL members seriously." b
40 ty At tunche same time the AFL It was founded during the 1952 So these two somewhat fey chr- o
41 Pronoun launched a drive to demonstrate residential campaign. There have acters, Seaton and Stephens, were ti
42 Discharge its distaste for Sovieuzed China been a few spurious rumors of its sitting and talking about campaign ti
liquid& The AFL's news service literally existence bandied about since then, plans after hours. One thing led
45Non- o I called for 10,000,000 signatures on but the authentic history has never to another, sad rett soon there
re T a petition strongly urging our been printed till now. as born this Idea tor an inside u
flisp ve pment n to recognize and The two founders were Assistant- gag organization to relieve the tha. b
r oi v e ssio o "Com- Secetmaryra Dbear-F .A,. aion. '.....
03 Fi -.n. n" nto toon and President k Th
'B3 Fren Bier fi n being secretary, Thoma S. step I. name
54 Doctriuw' c t' \ l *, 6 'sCommittee For The place was Seaten's room in -out of the h. .Mear.y everyone I
5 Crude rion r ne M Brown's Palace Hotel, Danver. The hearing about this elite lodge for a
;56 Fruit drinks "Let every locl union meeting date was July 15, 1952, as near the first time asks who the heck
Le7 Short sleep very State Federation of Lpborg as anyone ean remember now. Franklin Pierce was, and seems d
DOWN cit central body and of Lbor Anyway it was the first night aft- surprised to learn that he was 14th a
DOWN ct central body and ever Fnter- er the kisenhower party returned President of the U. S. Just 100 of
CI F ner jwel n- o- ---- i- no lala fh AFe pitch from the Chicago convention to set years ago. ,
2a CI nlv in to help rally th American peo- up Ike's campaign headquarters.
lvana against ths move for helping Tom Stephenp, born in Ireland The Republican Party w-a B c
turned and murdered many thoud parents when he was 13. is a true slavery organization during the S
sands of our fellow citizens and son of Erin and probably, Public Pierce administration, t h o u g h cc
who are now gravely menacing Pixie No. 1 on the White House Pierce himself was a New Hamp- n
world peace anrd freedom staff. A New York lawyer who was shire-born Democrat, something of cl
Let every member of the AFL an Air Force major in Europe dur- a rarity in itself. Some stories
sign the petition of the Committee ing the war, Mr. Stephens served have gotten around that the name d
for One Million," the publication as Elsenhower's secretary during of this new organization which hon- W
urgd the campaign and continued in that ors him is "Franklin D. Pierce." to
back up its viewpoint, the role after the inauguration. but that is denied as so much c
AFL's Free Trade Union Commit. Democratic heresy. to
teehas been studying Soviet in- Secretary Seaton, now in charge At first it was to be just "The pi
S- ternal broadcasts and the teachings of legislative liaison and public re- Friendly Sons of the Friends of
of the younger Russian generation lations at the Pentagon, runs a Franklin Pierce." But when the
The committee's experts tell me chain of newspapers, farm maga- wives of the founders and the first a
that as recently as Feb 12. the zines and radio stations in'Kansas members heard about it, they comr- F
Soviet Hbme Service, in a typical Nebraska Colorado, Wyoming and plained. It was proposed that a ar
broadcast, gave sharp directives South Dakota in private life. He ladles' auxiliary be formed, but d
tri stn ftsd nIt t- foroUt f


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I C .YOW-Florence Ensley finds that everything is big in
, eluding the spiders. Florence made the eye-opening
overy shortly after moving to Ft. Worth from Macon Mo.


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SMCWuo CCAS, modern-day style, thrust bayonet,
4h ub .l P it n drill for UAS. Army soldiers. lash. parry,
-.?- beee fmMillar words to these young
mva ilA ali foe this foerm of fghtng.

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w s uI nll t InIo o .orge
"The necessity of the destruc-
tion of the bourgeois state and of
private ownership "
This was a call for the "revolu-
tionary reshaping of capitalist so-
ciety into a Socialist society "
and a reminder that:
"The lesson of history is that
the transition from capitalism to
Socalism can be brought about on.
ly the way of a resolute assault on
capitalism on the part o: the work-
ir.g people led by the working
class"
As in Indo-China. of course


KEY WITNESS H. Struve,
Hensel. former counsel tfor the
Defense Department, may be
called to testify in the Sena.-
tar McCarthy-Army contro-'
| very. McCarthy says Hensel.
now an assistant secretary ofI
defense,.'might be able to shed
important light on the "Arny's
attempt to smear Roy Cohn."
Hensel said that Defense De-!
partment has records of "moni-
tored" comersations between
Uth Army and the ubcom-
utwe taG aM.


Walter Winchell In I


Man About Town
"Anniversary Waltz," which is
chockful of guffaws, giggles ana
grins, will be even fumnier, now
tat the expert cast is over its
First-Night-k nrignts. Most of the ini-
tial audience howled at it ... The
reports that Audrey Hepburn is
worn out- trom her arduous climb
to the heights) could be true. In-
siders however, suspect leading
man feol F'errer is tne c hif ea-


fear is that the mass tests will not
be under sufficient medical and
scientific control-to tell its real
effect" ... Dr. Weaver, we hear,
believes Dr. Salk's vaccine "has ai
very good chance of being effective
but there should be a cautious ap-
proach to the use of it" ... Other"
medicos tell us: "There should not
be a rush to mass adaptation -o
justify the efforts of any founda-
tion."


son. They are 4in love ... Ferrer .
must quit their hit ("Ondie"j Jack Dempsey, the d IManassa
around June 1st to make a film Mauler, now raises Siames" cats.
abroad .. They say Corinne Cal- Does he know his recent trhed
vet's "suicide" try was a dated called a newspaper and slak "I'm
S"icitstun e "..g committing suicide!"? Areporter
pUlicity seunt .,. -gout g P ot there in time .. Warning to
who've been rtconcers seeing bout C. Pals notypers and prooreader: s-
Granwhos health can relax. Medis out Cary na (tha correct ) Podesta is
gave him th e Big Oka y .. a sexee newcomer soon seen as
awfordv stll L a Biggie of the O. elen 1f Troy" in a film named:
srawlorie m still .a Bigge o tahe "Rosana." (Ome S in the him title
NO salaried femme stars e 00,- two in her first name) ... Isa-
000 per m. belle Sendra is a Moorish Dancer
Sfr l at the Port Said. She's Spanish and
DonnTerrible ear aor ile Mac. Pos. Big mer ... An agent
^ tbo B TS rim5ear .. AnS ent
Donnell: Lost the baby followlbi a for a Personal Management, grup
scare in the skie. Lost her th is in trouble with the 'eto's" id=i
for many mnhs- (and her lucra- (ava) because his last 3 au.tio.ns
tire teeth y s, etc) ... And now with gals allegedly turned into as-
her happiness ... A legal sep-no adults Latest thing i, boIabs::
divorce. Two-third-. Vodka. One-tldrd Sake.
The COlyum's tip that Deeaa
The Dr. Salk polio vaccine con- Records and its chief M. RackmU
Iroversy (made public by this were targets of "*a draft-dodgW"
newscaster) originated, of course, was immediately confirmed bthe
with scientists amd doctors. They Wall St. journal: It nau d Serge
recruited us to help arouse the Rubinstein .. The best-dresed-
people ... Editors are recomin- list outfit (we hinted was being
mended to Dr. Weaver, former re- probd) as not the official N.Y
search director of the Nat'l Foun-. Dress Institute which gets its votes
daUon for Infantile Paralysis ... from 1500 qualified authoritde ...
He wis relieved of his post early Slanted Selling? One of Wm. Bu.N-
this year .. Because, friends re- ley, Jr's friends went to Doublieay
port, he refused "to conform to and asked for "McCarthy and His
mass tests advocated by Dr. Van Enemies" (which he co-authore&
Riper, medical director .for that with Brent Boell) and the sales
group" ... We are also told; "The person (Buekley reports tried to


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SlTully umake a iving k a i a l
/ don the QW1 Pacific the "Chmoeree
the M cOtNS new
q8S'Jf i ui .0 pay W11 W than s a r.
p a mt's r ad matO
e,B LS ** to hot. tod-tght now the city JA U ar S S
Bewja to Pay him tbeaute rtvS iatheg'p
laqifl, has close@ down its cate -,4a
*..~ ~.| the surrouading area nd it' t
a* ,' *abnt 1;0 miners are walk- to find moiaone to .ome put t
estreets.there. Me*Uwble our relief chttks
w,, e ibat why the a yor has been are going to rea out pretty soon."
S7 wA- .trt of Wa..ngo.
"twoe mines. were warng only Tang Up FaAo
etwo or thee days a wB r some t
Sutime b te rits, he i eplained, Th1aeay'% ked i at -%a f I
"oo afoy was very flush. But could o e te ltua .
naw tUa P o dflcis lving w "You' e our la, .Jei," V e
coal ltogtber--witelnf to o. aid. i.."
S o the mines are fiihd. won't I sat there feeling 6ut
open any more. Te aren't even couraged and f ait L ve as 6 t &e L
bothering to take the machinery crats. Finally I p-ked t
out,, tsrtstne d r wh k'..vI e
Atomie Age and ,ea
SThose mines ied the best safety stockhoderin the Uniona ,
record In the entire United States," but doesn't have much to do with
I recalled. "Averell Harriman used running it any mqreL Harrman
tto be very proud of them." was away ,ad l couldn't reach
"Yes," said the mayor "and him:; ut rm "i- trying
they always made money. But now Of course it's a pretty. job to
Sthe railroad Is going to oil, and move new industry. i"an area
after oil runs out In the United and t takes soiseanet about as
States, they figure there'll be big as the government --doR but
atomic energy. so there just isn't itl a heartrending b, e.. tahe
much chance for the coal miners other haal, to tear 1,900 families
any more. up by the .roots and Move them
=***t* "However, they've got kids who some lace else
have got to eat, and that's why I'm ae the mayer taled sat
in Washington." U401ftf of the wecl .e people
mThe mseqr certainly sounded low. Igve tdlhi
"Whom have you talked to? Did s th W d9
you let any help from your sena- ver, Raws rami e
son Not muwh," sd the mayor town ofeis the

power these days. But he didn't school kids blow inhorns
seem able to use it for us. He's with such pride a. thought t
at wasn't acceptable. verytingust spent $27000 on an inveslti- their cheeks would iur '*D d h
t wasn't acceptable. verything g tionof elections in New Mexic, miners and farmers w d col
lse their husbands belonged to and if we could have had that emnted two rload r to
had a ladies' auxiliary. The good much money, it would have fed a feedlesM forlmat, s W Me nd-
ives wanted no more of tlha lo of miners' families. But they ing in the bitter colur vtag, to
So the name was changed used it probing an election in- see their cars hooked upTMove
Tne Friendly Sons and Da ughters stead." east.h.
f the Friends of Mr. a'd Mrs. "A probe that got nowhere," I aSo. 'm ng to do whroanc to
franklinn Pierce." added. prod the bureaucrats toting t
Gradually the rules of the or- "There are 500 out if work at prod thing. Foreaucratinly whenI
anization took shape. It has no Hanna-that's just east of us," community its ooted through no
constitution and it has no dues. It continued Mayor Tully, "and there fault of tsown a government
s dedicated to keeping the mem- are 1,300 out of work at Rock which take its tto at men time s
ers sane in spite of all the prov. Springs to the west of us," con- of war should return divSidtt in
cations they have to go nuts. To tinud the mayor time of coo distre.. .,
hat end, there are three qualifica- While the mayor talked, I thought Meanwhile anyd ySt0 -aus
ons for membership. back to a snowy night in Rock y i looka e to li W
ios o ..m r Spri g in November 1947 when were people are .lert, dllMt
1. You ive to have been mis- the Friendshi Train went through nd eople are aMu dligeont,
understood. No. 2. You have to Wyoing on sLway to Europe. It M S .' iinWtn.or
led easily-that is, you Mwe to was 101:0i P.M. W 4 t o .


teen. .'e_ I t hesghRoekSprings wv't, o ."",
i oreat big bloor. ..our schedule


Among the first members-par- "They had collected two carloads
on, presidents--ere Walter Swan of grain-collceted it from the
nd Lou Kelly, who were in charge miners and the merchants, the
f air and, rail transportation at farmers and the school kids, and
ke's headquarters. Mrs. Charles naturally they waited to see their
. Howard, now deputy director of cars hooked on to the train. So they
ivil defense was ene of the first were down there in the snow with
oman members. Bernard M. a brass band in Scotch kilts, with
hanley, the President's legal Itheir knees looking pretty cold, but
counsel, and GOP National Com- very proud of their gift to the
mittee Chairman Leonard Hall Friendship Train.
ame along in due time.
Stephens is now national presi- Bureaucratic Runaround
ent because he's stuck in the
white House reception room.- Sea- "Well, I've gone the rounds,"
on is international president be- said Mayor Tully. "I saw Thomas
cause there isn't any. You have Pike at the Defense Department,
j be invited to become a chapter but got the runaround. I hoped we
resident. could get some defense installa-
lions transferred out to our county,
The full organization of the F.S. but he said they had to put the in-
nd D. of the F. of Mr. and Mrs. stallations where the Army wanted
.P. has never met. But a second em
annual founders' day reunion and
inner is now being planned for "I showed him a copy of he
Deseret News announcing that the
Air 'Force was putting up a radar
control post at Winnemucca, N. -
vada and that about a thousand
people would be employed at a
new ammunition storage depot at


CHAPEAU-Decast pin f ad
white are featured in Mamde
Eisenhower's new sprig bat.
The white satin shell is topped I
with a pink roe and two small.,
roses. An off-th-face veg,
completes the decor..


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sell her an 18-month-old anti-Me.-
Carthy tome ... Paul Bruno has
recorded "Wanderlust Blues" and
"A Penny A Song." He Is hoping
for a Godfrey break ... The Sat.
afternoon music (in the park) of
Vittoria's "Ave Maria" by Peter
Wilhousky's teen-age chorus is
something to hear. Even the birds
pause to listen.

Local story editors for major
studios are sending action-reports
to H'wbod about a new historical
costume novel, "All My Sins." It
is about Ninon de Lenclos, the
dazzling French courtesan. She
scandalized 17th Century Paris so-
ciety. 'The book arrives May 6th
... What the editors do not know:
Norbert Estey, who wrote-it, is a
retired International lawyer. Had
offices in a half-dis European
capitals- .. He is a quiet, soft-
spoken, "white-haired, ,old-world
gentleman. He wrote the "sinful"
book in the first pe on .


Doris Hines 2, is a contralto
from Yonkers, N.y. She auditioned
twice yearly for qight years (16i
times) before g an okay to
appear on Godfrey's Talent Scouts
ot her night. Like's speech can-
celled it out ... Despite denials
MGM is quietly planning to enter
teevy in a Iarge way ... Thelma
Carpenter's nightly eorsages or or-
chids (at the aon Soar) come from
a lumber man ... Breathloes woo-
some at Ruby Foosome's: Roberta
Haynes (the fUadMn) 'and sci-
entist Richard Weter. He wai'd:
"The Birth of a by" ... Did
the PlUee emmlhumr till the
Mayer be must return to law pra-
tice after year became he has to
suort hit tribe?


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will be chorna #A
.... instutiuon of the Lor' Sup.
ad ..I I rOn Good Friday thi threes
uMr peasion service will begin
nmm noon. At 7 pm, aen evening
i will be rendered.
b Ole On Holy. Saturday, banslm






,Wm leW arnd sm pm on oo *
Ss ('.: ****** dC aS the Chven Du" rist Cher w chdule
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-u __ ,.,.. will beg n -obl omm .,on;7:20 o p. m.
SPaul will begin o the pre-anctled: noon
.......... Holy wek t hreehour servIe 7: p.m. l
!m :INV wit .dsl be t6m" bey the par- mS 8taons of the Cro ts.

f .- .m a o. .l almSn day athre IMaundo y ahur day -- t a.m. Ho-
....:20a.m.r y .. Sal. oily COammunilon 7:30 p.m. Holy
S 1LEau.:s -a 2=L an d ....e. .. ''""'.""i"' eSd ti- bleging and Baptism: 7:30 p.m.. ble- sin of
.. ..... .a ....... ........* the n and Ughtn s c the
...... Catin a: 1'~ Via.olyau d sermon Pa.chal Candle.F
o o -- .'m e wwiith lon wi be The Eauter celebration will
0 069o a o newt-- Devot-os ,. .t.............. at u s n. wAt there will nwith Pars h eo mmunon
a u.:se t-, .......21 at 5:30 ax., followed by festive
hY or p.m. emat .. "choral Eucharist at 9 o'clock.
SPA. :e.g ...m 6 '" I..t three -ho uH re evevnsong 7:30 In
a. a, ml e---- i I S:.':","f1 (A Lente A feat of the Pan- St. Christopher'o,
4 .: *caa*.... T- W- vs. 1. zii -a Ametoeam. prepared by Rio Abajo
|-a.Eecal Chmreb ef Oa Sa- planned for St. Christopher's
dop.ne the uev A. Cooson A busy Holy Week ham been
my.1 7e~auam. .Tomorrow (Palm Sunday),
0 i i e h LOE IN ACION there will be a service ofm Holy
S.~ ~. ........Ia. r there ate by the Bcharisti and the blessing and
..m c: I* m en W .. (Co o)... a of Jesus his mother and distribuUon of nalma. The
..................... ........... .n.... r. ... ..... ... ... .... ....5....... .."..'.... : his moaether's 1lstr, Mary the Cburch School meets at 10:30
S B-- cty d sa ewlm 'wife Clha and Mary ajn., baptisms are scheduled
v. .M. ..... m ..&S, MagWeme f heoe Magen tor noon, and a special service
(*f It SmWIS'WSS ^ (^ Mm.Wh enm *1 Whim Jemiu therefore aw marking the closing of this
S: S .. a his either, and the diselple ear's Vaoaton Bible School is
-w- .sa e b hs mother, Monday, there wlil be a serv-
o b ..........tShs sto w: C* WomsI behold thy on!" Read Ice oEtHoy Communion at 8
C A l a.m. With tha service, the
ale___ _....f cl ro CoBmSt:I. ee p.m. s sruesa sct Phn T he abov ussage v. I s Quiet Day, to which every-


I pMu.s. a ....... l I-m*larm Lomw"nr-. ---,ii as th Moth eye of Jed, w beho 0 Tuesa W hlyCmmu-
S a.. _. nM.: -sand -o m- e-m, nion be celebrated An 8ws 6
Cm. k o.m. on Saturday.d ba y and as a boy grown a.m., with the Litany and Penti

mim-t~b. ........... m Convert o--s: Tso p~m.' on mode. r an au a tioe. Di-" hiome to a to the river Jordan. o'clock. Wednesday's activities
15-'--" .. 1 i-d ._.*4 t.4 reed hr thl o prde Include Holy Communion at 8 in
fl.l owe d t.he morn and Statoons of
S. Hi. Ot If oly He had listened theCrou at 7 p.m.
*. .l a >g Ia. m a ry com- S M a u to her advce, this tragedy might The only service bated for
r ""Mt:111 T^ 1^11ave b-i evalded. So she stood, Maun red is
He 'an't asking her to hr'l
AdW ik- il em .............. 9u lo k at Hum. He never demanded take place between noon and
Massde Ita-e mit te fromanyone, the oclck in the afternoon

s. s skin charist and .ermoh Is sched-
Sla bee to asu- led for 7:30 a.m. At 3:30 that
1 11: Astu.dy *o e, responsibility: to same afternoon, the church
S0e -T 8.10 py. Aft RLoma m em,. og a. trr r se her affection to this Bhool students wUl present
nm mlo Novena,: 51.0 nd s m M ( Ja e kyw thLna the their mite-box offerings at a
ac-,. clam:n anr : oo LOVE ACTIO ether w J r w i not to allow special service for them. Even-
s-unda i an ra, a day. m aT.e a55 S--. I TO eNe tr gi the pat h or In song and sermon will take place
i a 30040L. ikMM Ml- TO L -l 6* Tn- but to turn toward the fi- at 6:30.
Stunrdvc icat suc am .m IglSaT se pand to translated our love
A tY --- =aa absea-bInto action 'oter Here was
.ol a._3.. .-: s a-..4 ,d s Tse.w.... Do... .... an... -e
ae Pm. rt d. Je always un-
SmInlam: 4 VA s. and 7 .0 s:00 MA .*..... 'erto needs of those a-Talks On canada
Nv. -.: p.m m.. ... 7p. miH. T Al Junir Caneae
K.,- S -. 1j 2SS th a rtis of St. Mary anaed Mr. tatmo .n the development of
NO ..W ius na-o IO pm. *n-' .ia Johni to real their nguih Canada nto a land o opportu-
(Int the DevoginN: ows. Visa tlaJyer. It wri Hth lov


Scui eif : Saturday: 410 *S1 and *g 0Jm. sh. O..l.. .lorm...e as aid to peak to them words of nity and the tremendous lm-
s1om .5-0&. om :' and "IDAdY a i'Ai'st comfort, portance to the middle west of
Mi me ulo M eda No Chvmd r:15l and Ir0A- i A aL'e.L the United States as well as to
..... W au:. l:5 P.m. e.n I "V: VL 2" W..o.Mus N "iemloniaslag, so divine, Canada of the proposed St.
SWE M=' Maint: Altar1;30 p.m. KIen 3*0 u. C o De UadI my8 soel, my life, my lawrence Waterway, was stress-
ViA CaM P. 5 C.acMB all" ed by Pred L. Denton, Methods
2art cTam 7 m. on usday WOOL tea and OrganiQation Engineer of
'111 ano 7 A L-4-1" M W d" "a-,.O our Lord' pT Wrdf the ..Panama Cana Executive
NaAch IN vs t SALLE OMN smf. aim" ^ b rft Wam: KO13Ueh Planning Staff In a talk dellv-
rpr siga do.. Pane LdfmrT WZ Ia aud the Mother ler was ered yesterday at the Canal
- I ous ,I A orao~ ua OOm.. n coemd L a.**. sJj u s. Zone Junior College before a
2A4 M^ ^ ma I'y ts.s HI.. Me so as shoe cMog, rn MAri economic gogmphy
SmCod.W owS m: .: N ap.m. o emm:s0 -. a rssea-= oa Hernmsnm C in Deofnton, a graduate of McGill
m: Ind.a -urloWorld War II and University and a former resident
.- -. .am.: .:.Pm., en undy. "S ".r,.-".- "aa hahyas of t oMontreal, Canada. told the
] ,m "=L" l a iei-n -- at N-ov-n, 71 pm.? o .m ,-iS a" t the forbidden student- that durnli the past
WL t -B eM -I asks .*. 0i of LUb It one of the books 40 years, since before World
ImeF in n.tri 4: n ...: 1 na .m Into circulation this week by War I, Canada has grown into
C Study Cu T:7e a.m. rU 3SwI*S AU s asom ... Ta a. ,e Cana_ Zone Library. an industrial nation and In spite
I a.3M- Thm.a.,-. ann WSm..mw, *ne T *.7 P. i The book Herich Harrers of large investments of U.. casp-
c r Cmas nca Piom. an1-teta -. "Seven Yoear In Tibet," tJoan- ital. Canada is providing most
ma 3 .- .. = ja r istlteIby Richard Graves and of the stimulus to Its own de-
tL,- -* vu aDe M ama.: s1o 0m.. ind o Seet m" Me A0 l mlJlhn" B(, fhlatrate th 40 pages f pho- velopment, the bulk of the
coufemalihu: s3 7S pm. in Sat. *a-s* tograpra and with maps. It is a current investments coming
i n: sM aug cu i ne- Airdyle *.......... s:. ae Book-of-the-Month Club selec- from Canadian sources.
Miracula--:,-:->3etous Meda N : 7:1o pJB. B. ... 3 ag ti. The 8t. Lawrence Waterway
SC.m : 8 Bs O p.m. n week ame tw *a can se "a. GAL Be ca i ompanion posed as which will open u the Great
T- Indians, talnin their skhe and Lakes to ocean go shipping.
At r 5. Bw, Pauar udsa Cl T3 m n STDm4. 34 their ehir and beards. will get underway before long
Sl, nt, w ,t-. 0 aa .. J to," -- Tibet took 21 for two reasons, Dcnton a ld:
.S-- d-.nS Na: 5dmsl mi s a.m. bWe W 1S ~*i came photographer and tutor to Labradr iron tae deposttS de-
.. _____ ew mi:ede 70 (w e) 7. thp e Lor t nhi Buddha and eventual- eloped to the hilt and feels
so .m. bult a movie projection room that the waterway is essential
Sp mCa," H a, e -y Th. im newat lth os mwhsea
t. ,r.-Ue -- som.*, Mona...u : 10. m.ai on ri.a lep for gmintls-ca-t sri foA the fe ,
Lb N I pa CO-ma sr e N n-ction: () GordwIn (2) Beluoe industrial Ont-
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a fml Ms q" Ml-Wi.d 5 Avermii* VAn orchids, Orchid cl- er.
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'giari)m The can of the burnt Bohemiin,
r __.__ ___ ___ G__a_________ reen, Cross: In love,
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BY ROSETTE HARGROVE
PARIS-(NEA)-The silhouet t e
that designers have created this
'spring is that of .a well-propor-
.,ttoned woman. This means a high
i bust, normal but slender waistline
and jo hips (!). Those of you'
who can rearrange your figures
- quic'.y to achieve this ideal are
luckier than most of us.
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at mid-calf for daytime and at
,,,the ankle for short evening gowns.
And there are plenty of fashion'
types for everyone: feminine and
fluffy, subtle and sophisticated,
tim and practical.
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collection. But it's a deceptive sini-
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that's definitely 1954 Even the
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4drts fabrics cut on the bias and
bl new handling of skirt fullness,
usually fanned out over stiff pet-
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Pis nyI.'RUN W30,orafant Alenarstr40eamo4 Cr ecipie n0111i h re ayMilon Coo o, T M r Jbtad o m fous
pa b. et "toi Ou e r Whn. -a an -Pr d teay o ath mieFwenC t oIUe t el anoo' rhthe r a asthd raArvce yoslO S dwo0 tthan r
wR kty el aint, ps. s ab ImIkuo her Y adbando- ,,,eloetrdo h-tr o .,sistara U ula te r Mopni plshm r,
Iano h l~eon gaey by the r hundred ahe: Tl ron first. p ip'Sliiw-e ers oh Dariowrers Gr Orchd olhne with ut hrn lAstra t
ei ) wm am. a,-n A. Kuer sM-y Kr. oaeMrs.hT Wiv. .an-. de.-M meme od pio thee ra ar thg roe om on eteersa o t. Col ofala o .m i
ila New torsey fb rel hold its rglar monthly ituicpern OoW p I ora uleme ant n n CBaltimore sy and st a nsi.s the The Muet incila d ed mem rs. LG df aonaetl m emble r ot a sbl-





an N have been meeting l ah Aril m21 wan Mob- tib h clases Dhttre syp b arse M the Poni eaep Mlrate A. JuIMrs C elas lh
Ste blsemun withA ren t ea ira an mWof theM alu of thec isvi e twars ets, a n hi a cer Ji a i te b e 7 ..
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r barob t te s. o At t his meet i an eecti atll mt odrals. a nde He sits beat l an o-tim. t te ja RofM o MrWi GeelonSSnr alron d invie r d to do aod,,
a to.rtdorr oe in the C el T rhose eairmnnbybt to y oted neare r& r. First thing you know la herch- to)n,.Bidd I. ,R1A epi' MishowteAetrGat*% whoever
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M s. n n iitr rnnel nd their week ade a ipmens. Tt's we b ut y on an.M9.Gaezt At Tea Jono Balbea .. .wr toa41eadd 41 s
JehT a rN e tee me l~d and. e esCss o b l u eonCmi. t s rai_ m p'r d s to Mbet bledo. rir .th Le Deoono f flilh C ld their b oreg arde n bULIs i
John & Wat, Mr. be e tce they want topop entertined the embe Mov Picture Diviio N "A"

oh aHemiTntarthe UnitedcStates lr business meeting Theat d re.yle m the New tWorld (No. 5 In meirne1 nn (RCA): the dell. Hostesses for the aerty sand M Har E all oAcn-





















jA cs a eMrs.te.nVnoCommuedsubjects and drifwoa n todMary ad at n start s IntAnbigd*a ns S t Ms Wm T
Sice t mn and Io shower, whidenth w o t the Colon S a very h teresti meeting, first gray and! Let
b aord ethe halhs.e..e e ho ate t n ae AToMa Apsi 10 (UP) Maestro et n his dm.-o Au and te st of c-FLO ERCANTE
te ektor oaP was called before te ene be pra GRANCOLOMBIANA, S.or A.
SoMealrdl.g Ann Kart. Mte foreign Relio ConAe odnt recording teid IDser pquintettyhe uer. Milon .CookIlon. AMrs.J. F. Ma. Mrs table.

She For Cayton Officers' e w expected to be ked who came to the Now thand made mas Oreaha of L o o d ot wt i apai s
Am o Club wi bold its reulae r mo auput the agreement between the musical magic. (HMV); and Mozart's Concertos under which the gifts were ar- Followingl the meeting the host- relax -- and let Roux u,
S Yt erlar monthly. Donald luncheon n usof A wife ne ting at rit states me ver y n and N-aos. 2 ndr3wlaedsyoiiTaran gee m e o. rvnofeiteWswl.over! or rou Oan lla S a .b
w a t hoste and :30 p.m., Apri 17, a and then you print letter from a not, s."th e p y n e Birth Oter e Soeou eofmem bys
.l y Manuson Mrse t Clayton Off ers' Club. atmonh mt ae obtna gay a e PLAN TO ATTEnD CruCH PAL BUNAY hi waut ofr enpatew ao- M/ tASrAAr bLANA t
, tabl. An election of new officers for thae Wesemo o n st a my eterLaes. (RCA). .wi woaent e p ink a w h ite tale, nswe eavt he Ma rgarto a e r Tint streatm nts












hrId oe AT TH at e M/V fGRANADA
P Carm theh um will be h ld come rivals- lite to scotch and soda. LBOA inkfTo. lee Officer of the Psat onif Forog wipile a n oi
am-Indanmotdoaoerlyo. Hostesses for the luncheon are ta igmaeoyh ThestnewaRCArecord by th pink flowers. the Darien ountr. any nd highlights andm lustre, h
zoo s'IAL ano MrsLoraiwne Smith, Mrs. M sde- itv erapd previo tn na ardvorl ehyrs m heaBhe grower who is interd & McKmalesy, Inc. o
I o "F Swartr and Mrs. Tulsa Sotre. u et wou l maean ann.Cra sta taeI The gL Included: Mrs. Lu- ad to coMact any member of ael, o
to he et. Mrs. Gee i it finally dawned on e (Claa for U) Ae ke, mother of the hen society. elhhat cha s your worry
til nsd y the Bae ThuDeartment the m d how childishly t w ere both be- Ildstop dA A A of AtManle e Girls
ofthe canama had oof As. n having I decided that I could end i tnS a.m.- WHAT uN snUl A worel, Mrs.e John prienasse attend -
Dwalad under the Arcteh tf G rG o he a up the riva al by e Aoviet war machine. Iay.rPetr oes theTRee. -a'G erAeesdeg



























.o C aqulint et *edFbythtmoen DwmA CodoP pn tser eefl wy oe gloomy. l MiLe an, Mrs. Julius Diet Mrs.. For Bridle Clb
her Iref1 o i. L m. ah yesterday o n p orais to the -. y side Stheotheri t eofthi sa -I Beetyven'sMC.ncer too t L arieiM s. iorthem r ofee
eli o an.. a enran ta ur o EVERs ONd WELCOME NURSERIES PROVIDE o Mrs. e- Bride Club at her Fort cl 10$















0 ru, 8evit--- -------we e,' said --- lTWon. MrsO. C. J. Geni, Mrs. reoencEEN EUROPE A. WEST COAT .
Ms. ut age of Mrs. Ralpton. iKpIe b r Sovier l wemonl leaor to wr Fred bdo, Mrs. Donald Bray- Her ues included: Mrs. Tre COLORS CONDT
ana eredoue to Aye ver nd yteheaEedtotheNwa eonO anctaparpater















earnd a l- at thi meeting. ams olt mr wrue:al mill ave oat atswarm ton Mrs Georg Haloran, Mrs. sa Lowe, Mrs. ElvA Woodruff, PERU AND CHILE
a tard ,aan in e e think it might work for lot bw t m c Mgof e eHar' husband. Thi Mrs. Rot will be to M.V. "BEr ADELm PACIFic", Mrs. Hr...Ari
MUniL -r Tos bein thvences. He da this meanan ds "rly ltpout.r
w asMembers otadding w0. -Arl1e of atso. But there are two tto athe hor on rs Peter Dunn.Mrs Williare GoAU BERMUDA Caution: AND LA PALL
S.Fira at oo a te wiLe would Thanve o editor Ca M Ventural xpectlea M.V. "BeiaNA DdL PA FICO".e A 1n a T ) .......ay ta

















drdt S is.more.CayoOfier s'C loob.el t m eor t as eau'skott r eSorn ed Javrne Do oterie ndser TO UNITED KINGavaDOM DIRECTl
l *f .e and bie wife to treat eta e ch other uly cl d h er. will motor to the French aoital. oc ue I ,

















ine r eT Pk ar 1 Miss Nm b lkel.riva tels. s n Rublrola ls the ha ubanden i he MdVwi hAlnAoth .."minorstrateic.n.being. ..o
held aste Hotelu eon Satur- r odfuckl of "gretrp rt er atisbth sides, sineethey wantt to pop- theoared t m eme r ing ctrenyNo. Ste

a i l hAnd seon hthe awife would awat to n rd o w oe cur- A special ..................................mein o the A
's w brtz Cans des to atten r e ile cu hana th to Mary aniIt her reside ROYAL MAo LINEn LTDa M/HOLLAND AMERICA LINEvie
to eottinvited from the AManc DiveiM-sion ofthe Club. Mr. Ernest
A 'nd oea. atice mitwotdotIn clude1s cli l a n we the president of the Colon Sier has consented -
Don&_"l_-d_"_Ou lbeh9CoRld, YCoir ak City, radi atese hs plozasu re Mrs. Parker Visiting hy
TIeTOWerClub o the Cl.edrel you bl me ause hot toea, CrecomiBtU.M.scRtisene. A IhMGarsnHelnCrwellwas
01 --'tof St. Lueke, Anton will hold Its re. ___h__o_____Ms.L_ _r.f ple'ase?"r 'th.e of MIDbr 3othD, ble
IaIreredont m.dinerm at S' ( rsGRAbltOLOMBIAofAASPoe"
aR running relay with hot toat and I 'i.h e i ll Ro ss Ite, Mr day, for a visit with her daughterCl ahr o
merJ Mate Whi e Should cs Able id hott.S. .curbsetertrisyee8 and son-In-law, Mr. and r a.
Bunchhd "'orisCJie,"asOfficPete.sa roh eaIL awloud a e r iiwers iea waier,.i George Roth, of Gatun. Fast lheght Servie. to Colombian Ies-
in.Cn Thenu egar monthly luncheon ofgAwie e vr 'w ... Colel And Mrs. Winseoad TuaowM. BuoElvma W a. Cartoani, a a
----------aend then you print a letter from a u 1 t tBirth Of Son h
rT .wfe who I having motherin-law Colonel end Mrs. E.
isNealHe.JustahisimanealePeNTATTeD utSUNDAY Po uM/V "CASABLANCA"
trouble.heurtuacshorthtime-as.WPLANTOCGr D. Winstead, of Fort avie,. pn-
problem. HURCHRo Tsa bayby has been named nSAGuldheryou.V
Joseph TMimiorher--ata eveg reaic.Imp inmi Tlis Colm onel W too oI is Command-
S t! CIAL A the other and sometimes, I a3. (ust below the AdmllWrCon Buildin) h Btaio ,and.ellhieCam
shamed to say, pointing up eah taana De. DviS, andtofithe.64th Wilford & McKoy, Inc.
Wol tenrthe USit finally dawned on me (Cinses for all o) ACoend Gslse State inMry athe7reidnceprpoefogaizig
'how childisly we were both be- AIPaiwill hasOteomt hAtl antic tSidenD-is i telub.Mr.
leg. movies'MO ndepreshavig 1 deded that I could endi ee of at tend-st
the rivalrY al by myself by re- V"ag Girls State at Fort Gulick dur-
e ; fusing to e a part of ot i risi gng the Easter vacation. They ro.
TowernClub_1 )ub g mesdoge h otthey trying to outdo my motherUIn- h rsh PdiG o
Ime fond of, don'Bnore om law I openly admitted ny short-0 --"DAVID'S e TeeR PANORAMA" Bbs PiPr
wheni 5 ool to their house for c eomingsto her, askedheraadvice 7,0pCO LO
visit. Speak to him and m'ke about some things, and qu.MbeingO
T D4rs g friendurs mwointlth h. intibe mso- ofdAADiOeOwsme ..WinTteadOEVYOEWLC ME-. US S, Pastor, A1 hoyalal



ButIdisc mo vered ft' evmer to ton panned today a repeat perM
thin ut migY evtewr reizon t .. made in 1951 to shed her fourth M.V. "8ASA II TO"....... .

m" mof es.'But there are two-nIhb issColonRl a o
First of at 1 the wife would have sI(ieditor Charles Ventura, expects lLY. "EaINA DI, PA[IFCO". (1.a Tans).....Man N7
ilsntsfor30 a man's motheroSHO to saUl from New YorklMay1 -"'"
(Classeffor orr Fo te seo
"Wndhinwitfei llydawedontherAttendGwill motor to the rench cital.
Ad .howe ewi wdbtubirosa is the husband Ashe M.V. "SIANC "------------------------Aprirlsil 11

own attitude instd oI wishing whom he has been ined with.....


hat her m -la would before, during, and after his ITO N
change hers. whirlwind courtship of the dime 8.8. "ABBEDYS .................................A il
Any woman who Is rady to grow store heiress. 8.8. "DESAO .................................Ap
up enough to overcome both se Miss Hutton decided to go to -- / C
SU / ta ought to be able to get Pari s, to shed Rubrosa. the TO. UK/CONTINENT
/ along with a mother-iln4aw. Scripps-Howard newspaper story B.S. "DUIVENDYK" ..............................Aril
iB ilH B -+ ___ C(S ^^ m dsad, because of legal entangle- M.V. "DIEMERDYK" ..............................AI i
e, mental involved in getting a
Mexeican divorce. When she ran
1 Y ears of i nto trouble while trying to get Al 8l n Subll t to (h'bn$ Witbol Nledi e
-l n a Mexican decree In etUnl rid PAiC STAa NAVIGATION CO Crisetol T IOl- 1
of her fourth husband In 1951. ffANAMA-Ae. Per#, e. 1-3/
j Rducing she wound up going to Paris. FORD CO. INC. ALBOA-. IT. N1C. ".
~JThere she divorced Prince igor
Tratmnts Troubetsky.

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makesa sparkle woingla o so utnhat to BIt's velvety powder and foundation mone.
_aooettlbyorttoama___ t s No wet qponge or geasy fgen. Can't spilL AI PIRFCT
"11 ~ritI Alseris a a ft" T U More women use Angel Face
la7tiv -^YOU 1 a-n it ft e a Tab TubIthan my ether mahe-uplI
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FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE RESORTS
BaHoehold Amomolem MelUneou we as B
W SALE.-25-cycle Westinoghoue FOR SALE2:-I0.O.Must POR SALE:-950 Hudson Pecemak- olb
son dton 550.00. 2715- FOR SALE:- spee- aard plOr, cabinet model
..,Coc oll.ol.. ble, radIo, W tt1t[rMUct scer Navy 3458, 5:30-7:30 p.m. Sun-" S -8 ....n
AKLE:-Bweutiful 8-ft. Frigidalre dh.on $2 A.C10. dao ll dary.

SSinger se&wi ng m aFchi ne w h OR SALE-:,n tr o r ;:e19h Premierdor ., 25..60 el c. ,o reat e s. Pla .
FOR S Wm eh
n*Ur, buttonhole attachment, Phil- good condition, photo-electric cell, exciter4 lamp. -567.
olA_7 1-tube radio with ttable;$in S-i wl tde fo e o y etrase ampl tubes
* n foldingl bed nd mttrel ninll condition. alar "750-waf projecton lamp O & drive i l A! -.
bed.r.f......... ingconbiti rnn o ant.on. Cl 65- 0 belts,sl ulpcovers. Excellent ondi- FOR REN -
5t 1mmons doub'e bed mature during working hours, 2-3032 aofterel tson Poe b. 2- ,
wardrobes. isks, tables, choirs. etc 4 p.m. .
Vie Espowld 146 lopposet Vista -- -- FOR SALE-Bendix uomtic wash-
S S..emo entrance. -FOR SALE:- 7 Hudson Comm- l g machine, bedroom furniture FOR RENT: Chalet: 4 bedro~p.,
"---- -- dore Eht sedn. 33,000 mile. vacuum cleaner. 2 bicycle. 2 livlngroom, diningroom, kitchen,
Ac Cooa.te 'n ri goo d condition $375. Phone 2- horses House 2183-8.8th Street, r and large yard 0 0
tables, almost new S o R SALE.-952 Mercury Custom FOR SALE 9-foot Frigidaire, four r across th y street.
13, Panoma. 11.00 a m to 5:0. 4-door sedan, 21.000 miles, radio, years old with defrost attachment; -
S.I in upholstery. dual "quiet" ex- maple davenport, armchair, 2 and FOR RENT:- Chalet, 2 lerg ned
-- austs. undercoated. ventshades. tables, newly refinished; elctrlr rooms. livingroom, small imot, it-
SALE: L .n furn.tu ,,ew battery. Will lake $140000 hand sander end polisher; isc. closed and outside porch, rtnh.
sitting of S ons stud couc Excellent condition. Joyce, Te. tems all bargains. Payne, House hammock. Nine miles from the city,
r and four mahogany ab'es. A- B' _alboo 2-3069. 'T65 lbo. Phone 2-45, rans lsthmlan High aOy. TMepltmn
S tnew s $15000. Tel. Panar-. let 4 -- h-'.451 -0148-2-2307, from 8 e.m tI
3 3729, No. L 15th Street', 'a l- -FOR SALE M etal Quartermaster, p.m.
t' two-tone blue,.18 monh _old buffet, table and 2 chairs: 'a hp.S p --
S- ...---. 15.600 miles. 8113.A, Margarita, 25-c cal motor $10.00; A-hp FOR RENT:- Beautiful unfurnihed
S5tALE.--L.vinroom su tabl. l Phoe -2883. __ $15.00; -hp. 52000; I-hp chalet. There bedrooms, two pths.
S bed. Must selcouse 54, Apr OR SA.--195 nd Crui St $30 00; 2-,p. 50.00. 761-B Tel. lo livigro nd d
Vdeboker, radio, heater, wsis tires. ,Ualboa 2-3630.- w bewo circh ki
SVeo Porros. t n g Overdrive, Call Albriok 4249. C U. breakfast pook and enc




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lR-SALE: Mohogony wardrobe FOR SALf--Dodge, vWer .id^ ond-. |,Se aign 8 m,,le out Trans-Ilthmlan _-- --5.
double bed .with mottres, rnahoga%- on $200 00. Coco Sol. o 30-, 1st Hnghways FOR RENT:-Furnio.Id c t ld-
Srefrigetable anchor $60.00. ovrefrgerator and re .1939 La Salle, good DOG HOUSE -- THAT ISI st For information c l tel-
-.*''-.......... ... ..roo cal I stovav-ochar .,l. .. FOR SAL- 1953-Ch o t 2-doo, p
l46thtrr. 9' r. u, metal dining tabe cnditlo icellon t ranoond Prices reded o or a Toy Fox' h FOR RENT: Complelye fumihd
rSALE-2-cot krosen S orv 0765-F, Balboa, 2- 449 lbe g 64.ondpu ion $ 0to he sace fet Two bedrooms, dtnin-llv-
dressera--c-rawofdraw. .mo $rri. Po c apont.me.. r. --
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S l fr 5200. Con be aeen prdib FOR SALE--Leovindg thmu.e 1947i 30-B, It Street.. ~Ingoom, kNitch. and nara Slan
"10 thru 14 ot Alen's Gorgon Buick Super, v0mary d condition. t- -AE "-Two -f--T-le -"Coc--r- ~ncco. 8th rl t o.
outbleh nodtoqge. .cr ..s' rDutpaaod ,dStreet. Ho bedingh On rd 3 FR RENT:--CFalur, turnihd, irn-
: S SA'LE. Bedroom dnenng- FOR SALE:--.-19 -7 Ford M' t n;l ore bloc.. !' $25.00 each. Cloy-' cludeng rfrngerator, 2 bedrooms,
re, h. vigroom urn.ru,.e. L! Owner eone. Rear o( Bolbo< Fire ton 3149. paror. porch, diningroom, kitchen ,
t b Jo e G. Dcoi Anu No r g garage 59$00. Suitable for 2 col-
I J ,- FOR SALE. eDinirom sded 25.rrot0. piho. 112 fa roelsrio Pbrra near
S46th-Strt. Ap A TI d iCall Mrs. Edwards, Panoma 3-4502 SAS store.
o0h cr mo r uooR-SALE.--Dhnd pu1pie, 0 FOR RENT:-CFumrnled cottpoe: on.
em ;i oioo io sno, ti.eF Automobll a6 oFr's oldJi .00, $35.00. GacSm- beldrom, Ct onv enienro, on 'nd
Garage $99.00. Suitable for 2 cod-


S N Cristobl Fire Station. one-half miln in Arrolion, o A'In-
S..t. w- r WANTED: LATE MODEL .6. ..L .-.. 6.,lfon gas hat wate ternptionrl HKlhwo. Sign at ivl
..ti F S 20-g l on gas ht. n. w ter
-' nor"s Is _iae'.-o....... fl AUTOMO I -A.# heaater; large V Icker rockig c hair 'w y, Jao s .


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-tar twintor s50.00 wooden Due to the many rquen'ts OOlh t CPna- Price. I VALERIO TURON BC-rith Brotl t in l
srct?. hades $f 00 each 081p HANETT & IUNN -9N. -- F ATTINT 1. Jut built modern C orpo rto ea I
bStreet, Pds n 2-2310 v hdrom prent thy will hold e SENT. Fn 3-3271or afuiht CasesLupmra.2-01 dc t Mechanic Ultra- R -R a 10diffion rans

SALE:- Onbed, complebedstead aned Bboo Y M C A. ThePe class .11 be 43rd St i T.. 3-541, Mr. Poll ephn P no naM Ofe hi profein ECoonag' .OA- C o0 A erl Ha
Wseod#a. abrak 4-18, ook PER.Sur onAS FO furn ,d FORRENT An Pck"ers Sies. *K s M I


SAi- o litration b_ telaOFnOP. Reimer. C.llS Eo- dimroo, on Inteor .orch.epM lmUllafionf o Smc Out f w "
25-sbycleh i Du .. to b Aplthe many reqursts Aprmnte To trae? a elesr. bt, 0 0





- any diningroom set, desks, bombeongs Bolboo 2-4239. 10. "Tn_ Mari_" Ave. Eus"ble A. Mftrae No. 4. "E l owe tr etJ* ---- H
tel Lr-tert 5t h o ot;h .u Rinfre oomn ,-3- .VALERIO TUON fasrs t. do


OLioi Lele i oe LFOR RENT' --RFurnisheroom with Arl,. fri -in r ntin -atteride the r gupr



Bodes & SI 00eora ol5.00MNE &ou. budNo.-rE-86 ATTENToION3-98. LTO J bi modernoRES DsA tin gd
lank treet, c ne 2-310 have had rom parents tha y wll ho FOR RENT Furnished roor with fRn prne e n e o t Mechanic In Ultra- D t diffusion Filin



Ltteen- dance c asses or the. kitchen privileges. HouseNo. bedrooms. hot. C a T. tel, i at|e d Hydramat c. sran s- c a le.
GEed.Balboa Y M C A. These classes wili be 43rd St. Tel.-3- 5411, Mrs. 0el" pfnef Pertano. OverouounSo OffretiseprofessIona s ClVQb hr.s-Anme r














Fo, alaBee No. 17, 44th StrPh t Lnon precedent L. J
bedrco fils et oplleta bonfl urday ony. starting April FTR ENT: FLrnih furnished room wt Jnquir up No. 19a 44th S. ih ber -ak nu e ,








all .o hogoy. 1rning Area '- a k -
of 'er Q u arte A of crs. ap tAnariHatl': 10cl B bo w-i2h FOR RENT'--Funsh med net ad o-. ofale Viae- was repreganted
i QuarsoI-A, ro 17 at 9 Co m. and in .- I 0- Hour wih an entrance near Can al Zone ha 3 bedrooms, lvingroom ande a s l e s t
.Ahff iew bleached the I msth-g b Ar i (- 5th. Col morn- d te 77-A, Tania Maria" Apt maid's room with both. Located on 4U01 t h I n beaters. aetc. f


as. dningroom set desks. oi ngs Balboa 24239. B a MONTGO1t Y, Ala. April At ,ove. Eusrblo A. Minlpect 82. ote eS erbord r n e h .











.r C od, ,r p o n d e n t P a u l P K e n [ o n ..-e t h e t Iond, IOt pa t T T J 1l d?
raioVc arletf after n h o nig proP08rtam. The: man, WmR A. S l tary. nspec VPro R9.. S^E I s rb MPea
41tiPanama Canal. Fun gh,11e ololl11t OR RENT: d F robin a FOR RENT -Nicly furnished onta- One pe ot said Evttam om inforonCal
o -W i n aoteB viller Te. k 8.? Nay mill oper 800 t kmfepoint ?2AVia He cut the on Av d P eru, No. 57. Tel. 3- a bushginning a military vehicle meant ; .k 7, ve
SmaLEnan AoC R NOe1 OPEC sC erndento K hn. everything nbb April2ENT4., urnshed apartment in adol nten e ide, theitot r 1
S the Ca Mt' o only $25.00 for couple. St io El 1863. $45.00 nl 3-298. n The econd complain ld 15. 3; Trop 2a












Another Prank of The Meta baln travrser the Staneill was bound over to a ion; ready, for occupancy next ula Eyptan trooTps .,tShre w IT, 1 earteriot 0
and 'Paa daughter lano-a l a reol Balboa 2i aa4239 FOR RENT Furnish room with FOR RENT:-FuThid beCutrfuloh hand a-rn Ta ,. 4 viS ire 6 tatMi a-ml
Sloop. 2le ing of anna which wPan bee31660 n cut of i tod c tedrom ap st l et, rone block re-e. on an Iprell d.tos8 e .pl$ The gal.-.
GoIf. r.e h o e fron Col- economy be- oudne -John Sro hemin the fmom gerator. Overlooking SAS cPhonme saOtIa e Calam and A mtidtO Ca r-
nIb reto be installed, Nametl-- eimony hagarste mhook Ponomar Via S.lisarichour~Pa or Another rout of EomAn manh py Towoe, reported




Sh d t e t Ls Cu 2266 l hours regular attacked an Ceal th all o, the,. diutrit" 101
B236Cn be se development of th OR RENT-- Furnished room int01 Francisc N- Tel. 3-5024. Nw T a rI d sasimohe irmd pack terr, and pat, a S W here
Md r n S nroom apart *mente Po ld's9. M.ary hl e Beirut radio g t aey












day! oretrol, Kennedy say., Exhibits t t Colon FOR eENT mw5"rctvo
ASr an n. are a bt o_ea itol"on t edoo r tNI minister yedseesrda oouli tndeA1t" ,
I aIcete Ios -.t .e Ice garage. NoaPr. 1rou, 44th Street. bshp a sd ets 1 .L. ,.i
el al1a sU FeORe RENT: Furnished .roo 1Wi a nqFirs upstairs No. 19, 44th St. 3amberbello eeok. eI S
cint Colombran and U.8 kio tel ex- l a pkindsin of. U Y IeinV U irJiinC 3 erm
an e irFOec-Rolmi a s are a n a aRENT:--Moaern le& e A oder a -W esaUN u anu _,, o ,y t .
I bepdro ,iv ii-, o o, rI m s vgndndnn, roamatmemberopblecofnOu ntlti nnp .n_.( cemnpaln .. ,..






Sl l a hes lk taming ta er theL a oDer reray No lephone 32261. .rel Ir O 3 Now 7ltanrewedir thelcrteg
it.the S death OfhMrs. .Anavatio aStw ne pre -rolecrbywhichge T ed d two- n raSaf na teS ed was eme-d
Okf ale n ,wi n uf TC Colom5bla eventually willp-en rmith te "e eC7. aamd byo i..ti l rn t
han reached the lath-. vst area of rming ,an4 ttan t nZ one. Tel. ei-491 L s o a lsAe Z. J.rIaCalA an. Hno t





... after two ork, according n.ent. 2 bedrooms.eft al or, gas day e of thr e new attacks on her *latat and M te -.
'flort. wn Yb- carlt adiItc U7LraMBogotapub- MONTGOMUY, Ala.April u1 stiove, "idlialy Inspect .82. terSouthern border In "gra

I"$.toifldtr h T;;; M the purra "T the Led. h."The g fnir ,-. ize caed, o thntmia rd_ .e.

S, i t areo 0 bedroomaprtpwt faing the parkBnted seven Isreell soldia Indate. P a 1 21 pt L
i l Tea .S Naym nwl on ,0 at e lt ysdI. l I on Avenida Peru, No. 57. Tel, 3- ambushing a military vehicles ..ni.ti. .Pack', :7
A n' 'kilometers of the Mets. river to t 'leplon|e wiles andaleftI n a cab1 0746 3-3099. traveling near the settle. .t of and Fact- 17, ; 1

COW'.,t l S n "eo l pasge the' wa b-t ove ment, in building nearing cnple The second complaint said 1 .23; Trop2 1-..22
,F n o M M, bai tre-reedy foroccupancy nextreular E ptian t s aw1715f :sr i
Glea -Deming ; of annao. whicch.ate been cut off, Inb today, city with view to the sa,. one block chine. stuns n an Israeli outpost g e a tou s. -
from Coigta't economy be- )ud.e Jahn Scott hearing the from th American Embassy Phone at ..eer.. Cam.ut and ActiltNea Chair-
A-his heedtateos.rkta e m-- Las Cunrs 2266 at all hours. regulars attacked an t ei j,-all o o the. --.1
T..... tr k em the rd Pac were eproe-seaWh-
ft lhk. full dnelopment. of the'inured b.. bad." ASd FOR RENT:- NMiOfurnise d apart- complaint said. pae.a plo.se, with 'l
At tat*edyerImillenotetly a V .. Parr" N o'.' "..Military Meanwhile the Beirut radofance. This was the
wier l .........thebasn.sah ....."Yertu. lnetc. -...- -Y reported from Damascus. 1- "--event-o me annunces -

n ale about one mion w eColon nnFOR ENT minister yesterday towoutlinehe it, -et sr afor
thatt .__rea.outhone.millin .areaeD'o -msition theSoviet Uio *-cue OriWbuAPM.12:
abop liket Sacattle IbtheIlanos, butt Fair To ten a take in the U.N tfldstoSWak InprhlUl2S.iLee
ct 14 Jd d altim tledflthatithe area _&Y Council hearings on the Is- 4.
l1fitsllmta1 several times as many.FO- OpEenT. 1 l ore Week tO-m Na Ol.-M ay' gi u ente of 5e would
J.wColombian and U.S soll cx-' pic 1tiw *P0Wartitnseeje e o










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Musq for the5 anc il bWae aw b a
rirnhed by the Riomar orh- lrand awill perform the MAN
.a. Ic Hn t dance,
Busees will leave from the dance.
amp Blerd She Shop on the
y of the outhr at S a.m. pre- Harmony House
tLmntic. Side re resentatif es A SefN, Tes tO10
re: P. Gilmore, &hairmah, 8. .embers of th& en
ayne lenoraS Burnett and of Reremnttatvl dlu",v
SReid of Camp Werd; Gladys last nl4 $that two of thOW
penaer. Corrtx Jordbu M rtr members had unsupected,
lane of Raibow. Ci "Wl t. .
dorik- A &MoranMa i ar, DurinW a lUl, Rape, iid
So Cristobal; Ruth Rentoe of Bradhaw and lames. X 6M
ajun-ba-C res and R. Modgerle entertaned with a
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To Holders of


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hoded ef*itrstiokl for VidM. lfb
92-IEs hlvlved Expis Agut 31, 1954

Validation is the es-ntil prerequisite for benefit
under Ow teams of the Lndon AewPqant on
German External Debts.
'A Ibt of the 92 issues involved, with Registration
Form and Explanatory Pamplet, may be obtained
from the

Voidsi"ioi bud fr6. Gm. Delf hod.s
in New York, o from banks, broke or security
dealers throughout thqUnited States. ,
NOTICE All series of I 7% Serial Gold Bonds
of the Ciy of Dulsburg and City of Munich must





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1:6-e6 i sh Jordan
7:30-R from the U.S.A.
8: BtuaTime (RDt)
8:30-Ray'e a Laukh (BBWO)
9:00-,-TI PHI MHIT PA-
9:30-,= k y tio Juke
10:00--ToMnu NfAes anmd his
10; Nal, U. 8. A
11:00-The Owl's Net
12:00-iNwa
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12:06-The OwVs Nest (oOat'd)
1:00-S1gn Off
Teonerrew, enday, April11
AM.
9:00--IP On Musical inter-
9:15-k- of all bCurches
9:00-TRZ OIC OF PROPHEK
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9:30-London Studio Melodlei
10:00-Male tn the, tempo of
Jm-
10:30-Meet the Band
11:00-NATIONAL L T TERY
MMSW]rQ (Smoot and
Patedew) .
1:15--OoodGK el hbor Time
11:30-M o for Sunday
12:00--Rao Univeraity (VOA)
PJM.
12:15-red Waring and His
Pennylvanlan .
12:30--n Salt Lake Tabernacle
l:00--duscatinr Archie (BBC)
1:0 A A. Steer
L00-The Drama and Sympho-
S* nyHor .
4:36-What'u. Your Favorite'
:CO-Guest Star
6:15-The Chapel tYptairs
6:30-The OGa ParisJbusic Hall
(RDF)
7:00--S from the Shows
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1:30-A Nation at Wordhip
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ObtakbchIe am ire
preA to ast-oa the
Comei debate 5ut y of o
abasdimlas the aeseusent by a*, 7ldor tj,
adoO ia by ta : MIor.
Pst:?rn t'Ifor to B tediloah .
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were altUI in effect. Mbutld O m NW L
have regarded to tlttoIMM* Btin mlirw
appltfi to tha hydrogen o t D;
aoAnne .Anne cLub me. l Pa, -m
The. J, "Sov d mead- dtaneoustypit: min uj
ioCn to roeeed 11 nrd"; DigMn, oueo and 'M .
n bob w ea 1 d t o director of educahk
Ie 1mMaa .est 2 pMaerW y, ty-
Thein 1Soa. a uneb anlt (pr-Mte) to dreti
Imediate counter a, re t t a ckl1t l Wetel aetb. dl
the I me gr"ment withthe tAa1 tig Leothnd t
late rsa l tvelt edueatInal drectr, on ed
ithout intotml tile .Brith uatldnal, taff will be
F e cabinet or mSeing it Axne Dowd and Mis Marbh
aUW Pandf, members of the 0k-
weA euenatlly OfaG personall 4W p4 er pr e "e '
HerbetMorraison U=mftft. tUna and mny14,
usisa bave l.aaated the fhd,






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skraightel-it from young
S D lebbe Reynolds on her reported
romance with Texas millonalre.
playboy Bob Neal: "He's older
than most 4ellows I go with and
lhe's very nice to me. But I haven'
met anybody I love enough yet to
wat 'iD matrrv."
S"Sesaty" Excuse
Now it" can be told that Jane
*Ruell helped dbaigh that scobped'-
.ji, scanty costume In which she
dances In "Freach Line. Jane's
out on'this will be that she whip-
S ped up the number to avoid wear-
-' lg an even scantier one Inssted
On Iby Howard Hughes.
Remember I told you so if Gale
hm lands the role of Lari in
the b screen version of "Okla.
bhoma" *
Aldous Huxley -joined John Lund
and a group in a word game at a
MUvietwnM party. When the famed
write insisted "*oven" was a
wod.' everyone screamed "foul."
~Aorse It's a word," dead.
panled Huxley. "!t means a col.
O elas of 1i witchesf"
MHla Serin eaded& for Blly.
weed apahi ald TV alley is
hI ~st thaOC's' b geed toae.


Leilie Carca and Geordie Hor.
lel have agreed on a pre-divorce
ettlesem. As reported here Ls-
le don't to hit the Jackpot
wah his mily'sa ortone. ....
Promised, and hoped for: A movie
eotarritg Clark Gable and Marl.
lyn Monre. The idea Is in the
works ad it could be a remake of
an old Gable-Jean Harlow hit.
Look what happened when "Red
Dust" became "Megambo," with
Ava Gardtr to the Harlow role.


Traod. VUistw


In Perolemn Field
PARIS, April 10 (UBIS) -
Trade unionista of the Americas,.
Europe, the Far East, Midle East
and Africa, meeting here this
week, have proposed a world-
wide federation of petroleum
workers' union which would
work against the threat of to-
talitarianism of either commun-
1st or faadst type.
The formation of the federa-
tion was proposed by R. P. De-
laney, an official of the Amer-
ican Federation of Labor (AFL)
who Is representing the African
engineers.
Delaney made hit proposal as
the union delegates started de-
tailed discussion qf pro poae-
constltutional clauses. He, urge
adoption of a draft clause pledg-
ing the federation to "support
national and internat.Isal se-
tion against exploitation and op-1
presslon, without reference toi


Political motives.
Attending are
of the free trade
tria Britain, Can
lombia, Egypt,
many Italy, In


,MUM =02A D O ..... "*Wn o f ..-A ; "*I -- t
GlorIaSwenae eend Bob Balzer. a gmp ,the freI
Iire ... Hollywo glamor ll countries with
Pt. Arlene Dahl wades through of color, nation
a swamp In her nightgown in the religion.
final sequence of "Bengal Rifles." Abe's
.Jte in Hollywood dept.: (As GEORGES MILL
printed in a movie trade paper) Clarence Collins ow
"Jane Cyan is adding three new known to have been
rooms to per house to aceomqio- ham Lincoln. The
date h kids-ene a combinationn Bascom of Newpor
Ies cellar-plaroom." sharpshooter. reco
,p. resident. on an i
Doris Day's song hIt, "Secret fired the rifle. Col
LWve, pay set a precedent Ip th gun at $1,500.


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blind perea has to go t roh
befest he can master the use
of the ltat eae is not easy.
ake th e case of Lloyd 3.
Greenwood, one of the first of
800 veterans who have had the
chance to learn the process. As
an officer In the Army Air Force
be lost hir sight when wounded
on a mission over -Vienna. In
145 he became a patient at.,al-
ley Forge and while there -was
Introduced to the long cane.
In three months, Greenwood
was ale to walk around on his
own. moon after he came to
Washington to become Zxecu-
tive Director of the Blinded Vet-
erans Assooiation. For six years
he devoted time and effort to
the cause of blinded veterans.
Today he is a freelance writer.
When the VA wanted to make
a documentary film about the
lona cane they called on Green-
wood. He agreed an4 went to
Hines to play a role he had once
been through himself.
Here 1b the step-by-step train-
Ing of a blind veteran named'
McCabe, as portrayed by Greer.-
wood in the VA movie, "The
Loner Cane."
The day McCabe entered
lhna he was given a long a-
lsinamp cane.
Private Ipatructora patiently
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mal life.
Mo0at maIbUlathe md, a few do
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to make a way fr themselv-
without having to depend on
help. That Is 1ll they ask.

Log Catch
CHESTER. Calif., Aprl 10 (UP
- A bu aW ground throu a
water-filled To 42 Indl e thick
at the Collna Pine Co. yester.
day and some 1,500 fish up to
eiht Inches in length poured
out.
A logger said the fish appa-
rently lived in the holow loR
and had grown too fat to ea-
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INM h CHICAGO W.00, blind veteran Lloyd t3. Oteenwood
plsle of a veteran aMed MCaIs, as he threads his way
through crowds for VA aim showing use of "The Long Cane.
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whose hands you see at right. Film Is used to aid teachers.
Thq second stage of the train- trees. But along the way there
Lnv occurred outside where Mc- were discouraging mistakes. I
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ventully. the small town of
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A PHOTO OF THE WEEK CONTEST


,ounU T1e cane 15egan nl0 U of hi cane -became more and MCabe, as with all veterans, Th e e *
representatives obstacles before he did. more sensitive as it accurately came In gaining confidence In Cde ruls are as foWs:
unions in Aus- Betweenlesons McCabe lean- revealed curbs, stairways and his ability to use the cane.
ada. Chile, Coa ed to type, read Braille and a e
France, Ger-uatom himself to eatin and 1. The best photograph taken by an amateur in the opinion
idi, Lebanon. neatly dreaing without a d. 11.SThe
ilppines, and o Back In h s of the directors of 81ETE vill receive a first prize of
. .: rCloe Sche I Ips $5.00 and will be published in a prominent spot In their
11 yT t ,- ..-.- "i m a'zine together with picture 1f the winner.

u e ift s. e AW '2.Ali ph6bu participating in the oonlit wi .boome
rade unions of Itor, Dies At 70 property of the magazine, which reserves the right of
tout distinction
tl ty, ce o NEW YORK, April 10 (UP publication as desired.
ty, ra, oFritzle cheff, star of opera's CLIO, Ala., Aprl 1 10 (UP)- in town have shown me during
golden era for whom VictorI Cashless Co was back in the days." ..
ln Herbert wrote "Kiss Me Again," chips today. e ynolds' assets, including a 3. Each photo published but not given a prize will receive
fe died in her East Side artment Royall Reynolds' Merchants Ex. 40.000 home, two cars, four log-
S. N.H.-(UP): yesterday of a heart attack. 8he change, this tiny farming commu- going trucks and furniture, will^e a consolation award of $2.50.
ns the only rifle was 75. nity's one "bank" which folded auctioned off April 22 by the eredi-
11 file ,w A,-,, ..Her most famous operatic role, when Reynolds disappeared for 12 tors committee to help make up
dary of Pt. wasthat of Musett In "La days lastmoth, was paying bac oe of the Rmtu 4. Send all photos to REVISTA SIETE, Box, 134, Panam
rt a Civil War Boheme." She later toured the depositors. Easter ng estimated depositors R. de P.
Words that the country In a series of Victor' More than $82,0 was handed would receive about 90 cents on
inspection tour, Herbert musical comedies and out late Thursday and today y. every dollar.
lins values the in the 1920's sang In movies and Some small depo rs were paid. This contest begins on Monday, April 12.
vaudeville. off in full while the unchartered eynolds has never said waht
bank's largest depositor, Mrs. Ve- happened to the 175.000 in depos.
Ila Mae eynolds. received bald of its that was missing when he re-
her 75,000 account turned here last month. AMATEURS: Here s a wonderful opportunity to how your
SCenter Cfheaters ISo a his iTs the first thing this bank Sitdown friends your talent s a photographer and a keen observer.
nt ____orer___ _s I has done in a month that I've II O
liked." said one depositor.
PEDROAlGUEL ?7:t|i Another promised that as soon DEDHAM. Mass.. April 10 (UP)
"RIDE, VAQUERO!- as he paid the foery bill and -Conrpcun of a a3..0000 -articipate and win the PHOTO OF THE WEEK
sumw ..osome others be would take his railroad spur was halted yester-
money to the chartered bank in day until 0 patr of ducks hatch-
Clayton. Ala., 17 miles away. ed a dozen egg'in Its path. cotet, sponsred by SIETE.
GiTU"7:0 bA creditors committee elected
GATa 70E0 by the depositors issued the funds.
oLOr MCCREA e -rture HALE I|tMayor Dan Easterling. head of Rewarded
"TrE LONE HAND" Technileolor! the committee, predicted all but SALE P A
.8.000 of the bank's $164000 in SALEM, Conn (UP- A( the
____ epo__ _ba '_sreaid. withbsuggestior of state policeman,
deposits would be repaid withyregulas
most of the loss being carried by bane by regulations from ac-
CMAICU *:15-Mrs. 8:eyno s o Mae eynolds, the return of a stolen shotgun wan
CIOsAL :15 : yds' elat e eynold, the iew of the aed f e
| Rau'Dm CLOONeY o Jack CARsON banker's aunt by marriage, put thief who thaes nine e accused.
E'NRD GARTERS" I up $37.500 to be used to pay back e ho has nine children.
Techniclor small depositors.
Ao A ONA!eynolds,'indleted on three em- II
bezzlement charges and free on
$7,500 bnd, wasat te bank toDRIVE N Theatre Today
assist in the repayments and said T 1 T? N T i
,AC3: catoon uI I mAT s- he "appreciated all the coopera- I T od ay
tion and patience that the people GREAT DOUBLE! -
K OraMne Cropo Show Time: 7:00--"Casanova Brown" 8:30-"Cow Country" 10:00-"Cosonovo Brown"


Estimate Down, But "CASANOVA BROWN" -"**'*"35*"

SStill Record High GARY COOPER they sared a mso trail
WASHINGTON. April 10 (LTPI- with res e c contry
The Agriculture Department today r the ow t
estimated this season's orange TERESA WRIGHT -- FRANK MORGAN
i crop will total 123,400.000 boxes.
Down 0,000 boxes from l a st
month's estimate but still a rec-
ord high.
The Crop Reporting Board es-r
timated the grapefruit crop at
44,420,000 boxes, compared to last
month's forecast of 44.320,000 box-
.-The Florida tangerine crop was
estimated at. 5.200,000 boxes, and
Sthe Florida ime crop at 370,000
boxes, both the same as forecast
last month.
The California lemon crop 'Aas
estimated at 13,700,000 boxes. up
01111I1 liM 2000m boxes from Last month.
lsl r W 11F1111iU3 i1 Included in the orapse crop
pa-u...,,gI forecast was a California crop of
__ rioo 000 boxes. Compared to last
mmth's forecast of 326O0,060; a
up 2, boxes from last mOOth;
Sa Texas eaOp of 3e50ll down fromn
last mouAth's 1, 200.0W box fore-
east; AnrUsona. 1.100.,00 down 50.-.
oe boxes sand LUisiana 11,000 .
S -45r,4 S-T boxes, same as loba mIoth.
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NEW YORK, April 10 (UP)--Southpaw War- 1 :|W, f. e.
ren Spaha and veteran outfielder Andy Pafko were y ]
held dhiefly responsible today for 4. perceptiblee '
quickening of Milwaukee's throbbing pennant puke. -
NEW YORK. April 10 (UP) -
ahn, oblivious to the brisk phis. Athletics, racking relief Former World Featherweight
41egree temperature that kept pitcher Bob Trice for 12 of their Chamn w e h p earetirh
the country stadium crowd down 15 hits after h relieved- Bobby ,r ,wbyteN
to 6.074. went the full distance. Shaa In the tth York eAfle Commission
allowing only seven scattered R l-ud hj mostI S Atlingmove aiseo.n
hits and striking out four. Im ve appearance of the ectedtobe enforcedby allbox-
The 33-year-old Pafko put the spring, allowing only one run in i bodies. by all box-
Braves ahead when he hit a enm Innin. s,- ut the P1 les The 31-year-old, aex-newsboy
homer off Bill Henry in the sec- had to settee 4*r a to tie f Hrtfo dr
ond inning. He added the win- with the senators at Wam- ferredto as the greatest fighter
ing run when he singled In the ton. of his dlvt as he ate st i ut ^
fourth and subsequently scored Rookie ob Talbot drove InIn the sod.ound of h.s last
S on Del Crandall's single. three run a double and bout agaset Young Lulu Perez
Like the Braves, the Dodgers single to pace the Cubs,to 6 to 5 of New Y ork at Madison Square
a o came horn on a winning victory ove the White Box at Garden, Feb. 2 .a n
note as they pounded veteran Memphis, Tenn. It was that poor showingr-
S l old of the Yankees Al Rosen's ninth Inning single a comeback bout'that. prove
T or thre6Nhomers and an 8 to 2 scored Billy Glynn from second Pep's undoing, for t was wit-
vletorvl before 9,066 fans pt Eb- base and gave the Indan a 1 nessed by Dra. Mal Stevens and
betq Field. to 0 victory over the u Giapt at Ira MCowan of the St ate Con -
Det rot, rolling up 19 hits -Lodeuville, iy. Larrya sense ,mission The said they had
Its biggest total of the spring who relieved 9i Maslie in the examined Pep and found hee
easily beat Cincinnati. 10 to 5, at sixth, suffered the loss while ht suffer permanent serious
Columbus, 0. Mike Garcia, who took over for Injury were he permitted to
Pittsburgh pounded out a 13 Early Wynn in the fifth was box in the future..
S o 4 decision over the Philadel- the winner. t doIn actor's findings then
_____o__l_ _o__pr _o on ion buThe doctor's findings then
were handed over to the Com-
Mia u os nh Turn O t mission, which decided to follow
i waukee Fans their recommendation.
Abe Greene, president of the
SFo e National Boxing Association
S- which controls the sport In mos
in Force To GtreTl eam states, was not immediately a-
h lvallable for comment. But Har-
S o o l vey Miller, the group's executive
l UNITED PRESS In Baltimore, civic officials secretary, announced In Wash-
are getting ready for a similar ington that the NBA and the
"Welcome home" was the celebration Thursday when the New York Commission have been
theme In the two newest major Orioles open the American expecting each other's recom-
ler-Me cities today. League asean against the Chi- inendatlons for the past two
I lUwaukee tans turned out in cao Whit Box n this case, Pep's retirement
to- a to salute their heroes A capacity crowd of 48,000 oIs would be enforced automatically
wh.le, in Baltimore, an eager even though workmen by the NBA." Miller said.:a
city i getting ready for its first stll are putting the finishing Commission Chairman Robert
meaor league baseball In 50. touches on a remodeling job. K. Christenberry Indicated he
ye r rt. The stadium'snew scoreboard- was sorry such action had to be
S ome 1500 fans Jammed the said to be the world's largest- taken against the former cham-
railroad station in Milwaukee as may not be in operation on pion, but said, "There was no-
twe Braves and their traveling opening day. If not, officials thing we could do under the
companions the Boston Red plan to use two auxiliary score- circumstances."
Sox returned from spring boards. He aded, "This is not a sus-
training. pension or a revocation, but just
Before the game, Oriole play- a retirement so far as we are
Chili weather and a crisp ers will ride in a mammoth pa- concerned in New York. n
breeze blowing in off Lake Mich- rade which also will include 32




b.t off ,oas hetold whelco *min eing city adbaseball.o fcladi. kor BankBoy.
Igan failed to hinder the crowds, floats, 20 bands and high-ran un e
but off IcIals held welcoming Ing city and baseball officials Chlal Se Banlk
ceremonies Indoors. Some 5000 orchids will be
S OfficIals cut Iort their strewn alone thep line of the pa- r
lp:hes to allow plenty of time rade and e players will to te
Sther npade through thLty plastic Oseballs fromtheir car e B tEs.
oUowed.mil HkeeSn-W The parade Mhas -e- Carloe r
4 *gr U1 ratm r fun* f Jaa lon says, the p n The Poana o'Chase Bank soft-


utrwght prediction wor t h e wll bb"one om geslb balers ended the Execs' with
I rnve. but he told the croW! moe o er w has een." Atea ye terdAY afternoon at?
P'rve ot a first division team." Jackson says It will take an Ancon laundry field soundly
-netti and ticker tape fell hour and a hal for the parade trouncing the boys from Wisdom
on the cheering crowds as the to pass a given ointand some Hill 15 to 7. P
players rode n p e n cars 750,000 persons are expected to The Banouer e unleashed
through the city Bystanders watch. fifteen hit barrage and, aided
sintled out their favorites and Despite all the plans, at least by loose play on the part of the
Slled words of encouragement, one Oriole officl has his fin- Execs, took an early lead and
And there's no doubt who the gers crossed that the stadium never were headed.
e -ers were for. work will be completed and ev- Ala mora. on the mound for
S C' young girl with a camera erything will go as planned. I Chase, gave up 8 hits and walked
lo-aed up m s a car went by. ate to even think about it" good for 7 runs and George
started to smile, then tured says the official, "but things Rley went all the way for the
way. "I don't know them" ,she could get really fouled up on Execs and would have done with
ai, "they must be Red boX." opening dy,." some fielding support. Fernan
dez was behind the plate for the
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Ia-- C C B Zuble o ta led the winners at bat
S LL INd IL mor. connected for a long n three e
Srun homer to deep centerfeld
PANAT0MACIhTYaveuin the fifth*









ilwith CIEMASOPE afor and cob of Purdue

8toryl Joh- have benn mdded to the coach-
SBAFred Mead with 2E for tfn 4 wer le the
only Execs." Former Notre Damore thlineman
arry ullivan hame between namedse
w ftw o teams will be played nextr-




TuTyrone Power Terry Moore sdaity after M on at theeaAnl..cn
T MA with tereophonc ound The Los Angfiel wit h th e game
l In111I slted to start at 4:30 p.m.









I S P A R T A C 0 The adventure of choice.. tackle Buddy PRESS o

with ON PvISHCOORAE hamnidcst a c ondK n urdue

o John Manuel Ayulo-ihave been named

)-, .Pwr Ter r yMPlus:r simery a i n Mn beat Italy and

"sHNA IVCI*''" "withW I St eAeApAh AneriTe women beat the 8aar-
LWsig land in the world table tennis
S In .W .t la TBCHNICOLORI championships in London...


Srt- an Paul Smith of
the Pittsburgh Pirates took a
won't be inducted into the army
N ANt 0 CAPI/O 0 until at least may 21st. The
Rober T rY't John Hodlak. in Pirates also optoned frst-base-
"ME. n"i i"CeONQUBBT OP COCHISE"' man Al Orunwald to Ban Fran-
M and casco.
o ^ -JSWny WeOanuzler. In
SPHILADLPA (RA)
Fiv6 ex-Yanks obtained in the
M winter trade are playing with
S the Athletics. They are Don
IV1I A C TO It1 A 1 B1 Renna and former
foW L J Ir r (- farm bads Al Robertson, Jim
-l. alSo .Finigan and Vic Power.
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n a LnMd ARM Iowa. (NNA) Vince
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Second Half Ch ampionshij


LADY BULLFIGHTER I1f ACTION Beautiful lady bullfighter
Gloria Clark tomorrow afternoon .will make her second appear-
ance 9t the La Macarena Bulling. Miss Clark will share the
spotlight with twp favorites of local "aficriadoas" Peru's
Humberto Valle and Mexico's Aldo Padlla,


(NEA Telephoto) Rarer
MaNe
WORLD RECORD Wes Santee (right), of the University of Mea
;ansas, begins.the anchor lap of the Jayhawks' world record ai n
print medley relay at Austin, Tex. Miler Santee took the baton
5 yards behind Texas Tom Rogers, but finished 35 yards ahead
i second placer Davis Weaver of Southern Methodist. The new
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RSYESTERDAY U B 8LT ordinary when he is a headinger. ll
Glratar lfte Sear 4 Those who have excelled at both
M PI Oa-games aa.he counted on the Afin-
MONDAY'S GAME n, wh two or there to spin. Reudift
Sears G altar Life rough e years, you don't s u s
have to -o much further than
he Gibraltar Lfers defeated FrUch. Mkey Corane Char-. B Uatled Prom
ra in a "sudden death" one ley Gabein Alvin Dark, Ted Kls- -
e playoff for the second half wsk and JacdeIt Robitnas o n. At o lyno,N Y
yesterday 6 to 4 and will Tr have been a comparative Yankes" ,S 0- s
I earsin a three game handful f oers who played hie nOes 0.. .u. S.-0 0
off for the 19N4 Pacific Lit- league ball, but theyA, sdo'tana fo ob-t- s
League championship. The out. .1n (5) AdOrian;
game of the series I slated Baseball scouts advise oa- rAnd Walker, C.8 n M )
Monday afternoon at 4:30 pects to treat. foo. t.b. i.h a HR .Gilliam, e( ft W
e n plague, p them inc the form of oskne.L'a nynolds.
braltar came up with two's schelarsp and otherwise, too ti
in the bottom of the see-- steer clear of it. The games def- At Wtah D.C. tied in1
after Sears had pushed a- initely are t Incompa tib.s aM
Sone rua In the top of the Football Is perhaps the prindp. phm55 0 10 0100 6 8- 2
in and the Lifers went a- a reasonfeorthe scacthy of first- Paeor 0010 ow0 40-2 1
I In the fourth with one run. Clias ballplayers. Football it the tc 00 0 4
oree run rally In the fifth big game in college, so the top R Drewd (8) an- Tin -
eased the Liers margn but athlete either forgets baseball or ta hits, stone (t) and
needed It when Sears threw is so badly banged up that he no Ger ld*
are into them In the to of longer can play It well enough. t s
sixth and final inning. At Charlotte,
lihnny Morris had heldSears FOOTBALL DEMANDS sturdy pia'tes 001 03, 4 -3 .15
ieek wie only two base hits muscles. In baseball they must h lics 001 60 40-3 1 1
o the sixth when singles b th e ad supple. footballl linae Athlec 000 300 010- 4 e1
warsrock and Prill, a walk to men make better weight menan d i 5kont S (6) and oop.
y atson, and singles by wrestlers. That's why t he mighpAti e (5); San Trice ()
Mn, Rathgaber and Dilfer few football player who have got ani obertson. W SUt TL ()
id three uns hbut Pril and anywhere at al in baseball were Lp -Tre. I -Zerneal.
iasber wer tt out running backs, or asin the case of the e
ases a the seventh m eds' and Indiana's Kluszewdki. At h....s.. 0.
at in -hr toinn G was retired n end. Gan.tsu. ON_ No NO (90
brakes ito end the game and
Gibraltar -Life the second f The football pla yer develops Irndan 000 000 001-1 6 o
a1. Ifootball shoulders which prohibit .... ,
SWatson went all the waly gettin ?artd en a pitch. I,,t- fn 5) ( ad Ktt,
tears looking for his eighth Jack Coffy had.a cupof coffee BlO.lai (4): Wynn, Garda ($)
of the is but suffered or two, On the majors and the an d ragon. WP Garea. LP
hirdd lo, striking out lteong-tnme Fordham coach is first Jansen.
lg 4 and giving up x to tell budding ball lsers to av- --
bits. Morris ent 9 men down o14 thebody contact of football At M-ph Teo-n.
the strikeout route and Jlm Thorpe was a sucker for a U CubM os 000 201-0 1 1
ed three batters. curve. Greasy Neale played In a White Bex .0000 000 0235 8 4
ry Schwararock and George World Series, but was .moo dis- MIner, Hcker (6) 1 lis (0)
on led Sears at the plate tianuished as a football player and and cu llough Harbman.
each man getting two hits coach. Charley Dressen, one of Sia'(8) and R. Wilson, aw
three trips while Charley the first T quarterbacks, had a sk i ()L WP- Mnner. LP -
r led Gibraltar with two limited run at third base. t Hetrshnman. HR Carrasquel
lea in three trips. Charley erry Bad been a bet. --
i tmr umpire than he was a catcher At Colaimeus, Ohto
e box score: and hitter.n Fotbad fits a fll. fit ow edlegs 0 000 00-4 8 1
Sor umpiring it having .al. Ters 450010 00x-o10 1
CaA.i4 .- ,-,,2
2o 2 0 0 "101.
.. 0 0 foriy and fullback Sam Chapmn ha
warock. a 3 2 0 111 )fluiwlt
at.on 2b 2 1 0 1LOU GERRIG PLATED foot- -
no. It 3 2 2 ball, but fot like he performed at AtM tl k"6' 00 000'001-1, IS
giber,3b 3 0 1 first base and smacked the ball. Red &oI 00000 001-11 I
r, If 2 0 1 Ernie Nevers pitched like a Man- BranVs 010 100 x4 3' 1 l
Antie 0 0 0 ford fullback. Sam Chapman had
ei rf 3 0 0 $o limit himself to one good sea- Henry, Werle (8) w d White;
ell, lb 2 0 0 son. Ernie Koy left something in Spahn and Crandall. HR Pal-
lb 0 Texas football. George Stirawelss ko. LP Henry.
U2 4 7 stopped thriving after the war. __ .__ .
n for Dilfer in sixth. Pitchers able to put an inside
GIBRALTAR LIE pitch where they want it have no
uard. 3b 3 1 1 difficulty with Jacki Jensen. The Tr
don, 2b 3 0 1 Yankees also passed Bill Renna a- a L I Li
s, 3 1 1 long. Pitcher Charley Caldwell -
3 2 1 0 quickly decided that he was bet. llilrV ,i
c 3 2 1 ter cut out for a coaching career. II
r. lb -3 1 2 So did Jesse Hill. Eric Titon was
,l cf 1 0 0 handicapped by the time he put _Ungo ae iS
lond rf 2 0 0 in practicing and playing football. Z* **
er, f 1 0 0 Sammy Baugh fished for a ad aa you r wth
uurve like a caster. Charley Trip-. ryiu-i NINder. T-2%b w muasei
S6 pi gave up baseball after a brief omab& teMh rms am sat rVash=
whirl in the Southern Association. _-Th"-4 wky ax' -e"rmn se-q
Score by Innins Joe Tepsic gave everybody in8 0ot sal oleir smooth sawn
Score y 03-4 7 I Brooklyn a pain in the neck. Ace = pws t ederm
Itar 020 13x-8 6 1 Parker, never hurt in football, cot- S W S
mary: Winning pitcher: lgo or prof onl. broke his ,,
s. Losing pitcher: (J. Wat-.
-3). Struck out by: Morris
atson 10. Bases on balls:
orris 3, Watson 4. Two base
Morris. Rager (2). Umulrm:
r and Ridge. Sc er: Reilly.
of game: 1 hr.

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Burke, J aoomWEhIshl DOUBLE PROGRAM
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what kin of a horse he w. 25 ".8 the n eRl n.a5 ..1riquet amon9 t"ra edn hte dbo" "A' t le
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S7ea thero oerledm e with and N eS e Ain ^aia dbleoohletr sd ep
hea o ortisa new-esle croptin hin ame trea to o rsin-
----,.,-. .-nam ,y u ...gme .a Fway yate the career of Army's poten-







Viewed CBItmp- as a competlkor there n rea wh the rU games o 213 and 24 P nov up a pint by ml.Aefcthe at Wt Point
a ewstrteftThrta tm andou 693 series In all four polta fro m ll tbe Senea o tta...duce







2S h Soe Ktol. It atfet pratetleF Harry run Into a coranple y of tough trpesata nhtBroa. T order to win *h eretwer a rocket Sam Rtebk
e ebohr e wou"ae--"Th way' d' -hS everyodaYMel Palel was never poflared
cr w cls ics0 e-,,is A. forE0. "I, ew h pea-ns tionrlh anntlaNrm aer- i nso us
s ow eek out tradeknidw bhl .e and it latwely.... He alSwaysp wanted
o.- o d n th eIrish ok me tfor my. to kn"ew how much w in It forPl
And yet the Master....... aiciondoor hd orl t hn n
CLA othInC that Leet Ut taker treeo poelnal. t-, thisbtie ToMm mayanreinotacTractickwa dl e)i Lewshe.
SWhat then the ie place as the an proved the 9hat w Ace's moved up to fourtham. tmhea if









n eu grtow e.men s anolt -dvery likely the greatest name they could topple tho.. pina. El place by ttr. hdin'c three pole ntik
r i -Robeie Jne Jr a even though they tain 2528 built Panam w a 3 point victory from the White Atla. ... v e Club. ar- d









round Jone or the leend of Jos for at th time, only four over the last place sears team ron aced the winners and clliacoa is.
saferyreAlrede-youn e Eks wt a a living wich a ewerful. 300 series. A ah kie thirdnd askea ig 80 while h hinnet as
SJOWa Ean w.o hd out esh and bonee on a miracle the wmich tclded two 1046 gme. was press him with o.al-
7rt lamf Bill C offey led the scoring c pai- wlga n contributed 5563 high for eill make te were. O. I- be arun fr
rthis once Ireat player ocly adds to the compein and sent which Jumped him Into second by te pn er to keep their third *


















mental aura w h has established the tournament as a -hrene place In the drvidual average place secur R
to the p of er and the course of a creaon which included a 237 and a 224 CN ordtrof Pa.... Pt this prediction t needed t add










,w Ithis fies sse. u-at"poy ,ps ... ybleo of course, that Walter aen or Gen me. Bill Schult had a good -he 'tlt bes oaing
*Bar'in oeode l t ae other old-nme greats puld hive embarked 1. Best and ady followed with TOP TEN rb tn.i or t Ga t
enailar venture with results no Harry ran n70o a couple of ugh the rht BrGames A e.... oH s nte
S r ot.one e hed. J ood break on hih garden d se.iefor the -g IrisnkTea my. ao-klnowh ahlmchasther tBrynI tfeld
irlyto where he stands In the hitory of the game and In the hO WL55aeZelete oandB r fol Hogan 90 T80-68 sracawl
heartss of the feolee lowed with l s4 0i0t Clbn. i enp a nd .t z n Ana bain a n 3ewre 7
se ouieaorley e ntidll.. e V wit di h.1i best w__t 5ee 20pt. han ia toe 7"- be t ai intent to tu l-ees "ould be the flop ofI s4....
win so e ponets g t y fo S emoour6.. tro le 8. w it e n- t nal lori ng t eurentBet we heard ll sprei was.E









IaThe man who had the seiorhmon In this case was Cl.ft oool a m. Agencies 6 39 947 Wallace 82 172ch31 h"bty im oa
Weekend golf enthusiast from Wal Street. Few of us had tever E Panama 61 47 940 wpinney 55 172-31ca tee I maetheylxinch" oie









heard of him when we arrived in Augusta tbo cover the firsN ah 50 58 921 Hirons 90 170- 8 an
*Masters n 1934. we were there olely because rthis marked Jon a seresears 36 72 919 TEAM STANDINGee s o dn. re lain i



















Return to the golfing wars. as many of us pretaly put it. A Jones High Serles Team Won Lost
seao pudn 9t the States wp e. ,ese. Te R o









comeback wy a new story. In all other respects, this was amjuskt Seymour Agencies 3085 Elk's 20i hlttd et 10 h
JInothier chamber o t Sommerce tournament. antert year, with the El Panama fi dIn3078 Powell's 23 13 cellar.eDnHkwlmehe h.Ilbaru fr
place as they aain proved that The Ace's miovn up to fourth
Aoormament, aW at. nae in, ol f t vwerylikely the .. .ti r fPt they could topple th.oee pins.. l pDlace by tanint thre poinh

Avet wfn weao ldwarrasest o -more than roetMnes treMage. Hhlt Panamacgle Game Team Whithe White Hats 18 18- u-h Hh
round Jones or the legend of oes tookor at tal view of the Seymour Agencies 1071 Ace's 1 20

so war Peo le Ud over the country wereolha beginning to ex- Melanson 748 e
S5 olf en e wty or (another. At thatwe wrp' complete Melanson 708 H EL'S e
As lwa rclotws na certain exploitation involved Cowes r erf S Bartroh 1T8he 0 157 142 479the la miwe

















ethe Qetve was to emerge n the form of hish Single Games Individual Fortnr 171 148 105 482 O-
Oeof. eashantJngsel coqtte in AmerO Wilber 278 Kraka 199 108 187 f 54 the "
lke Whorideowithd hoeseof -, owe 289 Robanson 187 195 172 554 t\o m/c
this one res player only adds states) and a champelln ship Melanson and h Coffeyim nto second b S ptewar to keep their third
mental aura w eflecthas cone pt anstl d th conducrnament a a of Jon plae In the indiidua aewlersage P l5ac sieured- ha 0 .
.of r1f" Apdtly tatJd; ft this s a spade maecg mPOSe 8CE 0
S,+"prieSt and lgllis t alike a almost irresistibly drawn to pay hot- hard had a tremendous 642 Clsbtelo.n 552

nes ftinhed 10 shot back of Horon Smih, who wreaon. the included a n37 ard at 224 Ce C-.-Nords 493
SeIt Is q. the asble, of course, that water omagen or Gene Gme. Bill Schultz hada a good

naugural. Mor one of tel for other old-time g ere does Roberta embark Best and y f 155 5ed with T Everyone who made
from helar venture whis come-on promotion?" seeompmentd a vald que 593 anchul 192 570 respectively. Dan Games Av 4 138




















tion. The presence of Jones was whatf ave the tournament a waggoner 190 --- d
dai knoulsw, ne eer tried. Jones did and t touch who would pay Thomaski 190 7led the 8 8 408n with n tt nd at t9 8-
S tion to long to hds to keep horany of the game toand in the tou hieys 565.will bele award nte for all artin 171 202 1 -79 582











hent tough stars who played round the calendar. Bede, e embers of the 4 iablo Clas. c Cn Wrient 143 17 154 4730
sFinal statistics: Larrabee 81 175-17


ws the man e first to h ree ad guests, the las t he, wlin League. At the same NoWacetom 189 137 197 493
As fhear as pof himst wherityn was concernved hi s r eord needed no added time a the 50bowlers who won ollns 9181 10 138 407 I
'evreturn to the lifting wars, as many of us pretMtiy put it. A Jones High Series TeamvWonHlu
touches. So s mith beat him by 10 al otes? Four yeart s earlier o the scratch diviAge on of the 1953- Handicap 32 32 0
a afother-chamber of. tommere tournamegT. deco year, with th El Panama 3078 Powsll's 23 13
I aelt fm'O wo J.. adp..walrisat nbO moresthan raoutlM..-.-te_.. wh High Single Game Team White Hats 18 18sn
No' "'a-IICtoffey,, lmthost of TOOk atuot view f thd Seymour Agencies 107! Ace's 16 20

thissame town. Jone had beaten meploitingh by 13 a nd Slam. High Series soc nation tournament -Wright Bro. 14 2
as eBfsly have been 18. will over on hand to receive their 44w- Melanson91
thsolf in c e Way or another. At that,.weweren' coanpdmteAy Melanwon 706 nb O teeti'S h
oentalauraw ac ertabinhedtle-ttlournioent. s, Cowes 698aBartro ed 180 157 142 479-
forthesItaspasoemaemecca:towhchrmo High Sntgle Games tiamvedual ortnr 171 146 165 482
of in g golf inay m ert- Wh a rd h278&R ein CKrak a 199 168 187 55 4
pries, a fm m. &lkaelmosWirrestho (nydr now evee in- Cowes u 29 Robinson 187 195 172 554
Rdjudres tthe ap ofept Ueenited osates) and a ehampiof hicp Melanon and Coffey 268 Stewart 136 18 134 4599
which. w ohoneoflectshin concept and conduct the best ofhJones High Average Bowlers


I know;To neever10 shots back of Horton Smith, who won theTomVanWle 19dt1g3 8teppLn 1434 1549 1874703
ilmugural. More huel for the cynisry 'Where does Roberts ho Best 192 Hogan 179 189 158 523 --Everyone who made
from here with hs come-on promotion?" It seemed a valid ques- Schultz 192 Handicap 46 46 48 138
AatiofL The presence of Jones wa what rve the tournament a Waggoner 190

f action too long tF hope to keep anywhere close to the tourna- e s will be sward nte for all Martin 171 202 179 552
sent tough stars who played round the calendar. Beside,, embers of the Diab6o Claialc c. Wright 143 176 154 473
was the hoten the first to greet his guests, thelast h to leave re wi Panam e.1 NordSpinney 55 1721
As far s posterity was oncernreedi stor eeed no ti2l the bowlers who won Collins 151 120 136 4087
touches. io Smith beat him by 10 shots? Four years earJier Isthe scratch division of the 1953- Handicap 32 32 32 9
thissame town, Jonas had beaten Smsth by 13 and i could' Just 54 city association eTurnament and
as early have beno18. willth e on hand to receive their, P3 844 315 85n1


Jones himself was tournament tough then. Now he wasu troys. vs. WIGBT BROS. PLBG. M
merely a once-ln-aW*hile player. run down of the winners of Wikngst. d 138 .149 175 42 o nt stain te to
But that wasn't the point. Now that Jones had b pt even go-ia, event Includes: Dugan 187 171 148 508
tng through the motions for the customers what wnas going sto George Cowes, A1 Events Recclsa 133 152 1539 424
happen to O Mast.ers? If the far-feeag R.ert euper]ienced Champion. Buts 1 133 183 455 TRULY Tafoguard the
the slightek a1 idon, he never showed t and hing hap- Ted Melanson, Singles Cham- Larrabee 183 180 211 544
Vened exeot =Sr champMeship read E n ssnAur plon. their 20,000 filtering
th fowds continued to mount a numbe last year GGeorge Cowes, and Bud Balcer, an3 78---8 ,1 or
So~berts actUy took steps to keep people sway. Me raised the Doubles Champion. ACE'SB
S dmissionnf to a all-time Amric4LnMih of $7.50.. Result? ill Coffey. George Cowes, spinney 188 225 172 585 I1I T A TI T* IT
They pracUay broke down fences trying to get in%. Th Jones George Soto. "Jeep" nars, "Pe- Hiron 234 170 176 580 1 MAKI THI 106DAY TRIAL TEST WITH
legend hM,More vtalty than pe" Damian, the members of Stilson 178 178 155 509
go" Championship Jantaen team. Blind 167 187 187 501
I rI .. 1m .. -- UB 1ea Anderson 131 185 150 488 6
..... .. Due1 to a change In the League's 18 9 M 8s 201
S. .- schedule, last week's results were ,s., W TB BATS CLUB I W--
hnot publipbed. Briefly here's Alexander 138 151 124 4111
What hap lK's points, Shanatan 137 149 177 483
i/WflfW"f 9 wMBB L JWe l Ace', 1; risht Bros. Plhbg. 3 Breckel 122 154 128 404, and rM, tee, will be onvniogdl
To .I |tn ts. White aMts 1: Post f-C cepile 134 145 177 4 4518
Ice 3 poin Powell's 1. C oa gan 171 222 183 L5
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eft ) is sworn in as a Brigadier General in the Air Force Reserve
by Secretary of the Air Force Harold Talbott at Washington.
indbergh left the Air Force in 1941 after having differences
with the late President Roosevelt but he returned after President,
Eisenhower nominated him to his present rank.



Catholic Bishop



Calls McCarthy



Tactics Harmful
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CHICAGO, April 10 tUP) --' Ing us ape their courtroom pro-
The Catholic youth organization cedures and bound Innocent, lit-
said today that telegrams and tie government clerks who are
telephone calls had *-poured In" blown up to oe Important spies
supporting Bishop Bernard J. and saboteurs as long as it Is
Shell's attack on Sen. Joseph R. good for a front page story.
McCarthy. "CongLressional commi t t e e s
Meanwhile a Chicago Amerl- have done good work. are doing
can Legion Naval Post passed a good work, and will do more.
r e solu tion attacking Shell's "But when they are cynical-
speech to the International Edu- ly used to trap headlines
cation Conference of the CIO rather than spies, they mock
United Auto Workers Union yes- themselves -. and they mock
terday. us too," he said.
The resolution was offered by Sheil accused McCarthy of op-
Phillip W. Coimns, a member of rating a "liow you see it. now
the Chicago transit authority you don't" game, hurling ac-
and a prominent Catholic lay- cusations and "charging off in
man. He said the resolution another direction" after the y
would be submitted to the first have snared the headlines.
district of the State American "Excitement galore there Is,
Legion. but precious :v.w results as Com-
SThe CYO, a nationally-known munits' supposed CDmmunists.
organization founded by Shell. phantom traitors and innocent
did not divulge how many mem- people alike are pursued from
S-es it had received on the headline to headline, from edi-
to's speech or who they were tion to edition." he said.
M p h. "If we Americans could stand
SHowever, a CY6 spokesman offt in space and look at this
S4d the responses were running foolishness... I think our native
"about 80 to 20" in Shell's favor, sense of humor, our ability to
Shell's speech was partlcu- laugh at ourselves, to recognize
lirly noteworthy because he that we had been taken in would
wqs the first h 1 g h Catholic save us, if nothing else."
prelate to denounce McCarthy,
McCart hyalso is a Catholic.
Shell pictured the Wisconsi Mexicans Reopen
Republican as a "city slicker"
whose investiNa tive methods may
be serving the ommunist cause Probe 0 Girl's
The Bishop .:poke of ponyy
at1 i- Cominurism" and com-
mented phony!eath In Hotel
SShell charged that McCarthy
Ina headline-hunting "man on MEXICO CITY, April 10 (UP)
horseback" who is "under min- -Mexican secret police reope-
S American freedoms. h ned an Investigation into the
,ell auxlfliar Bishop of Chi- death of pretty Joanel Randoph
ona tea, W sconeswin ub Hliner today after her mother
.& in a speech to 2.5000 dele-said h suspected murder lI
a-ks to the international edu- an espionage plot.
ion conference of he C Te 33-ear-old Portland.
led Auto Workers Union. Ore., girl died in a hotel here
a* e received a standing ova- March 26 of bleeping tablets
S i and was followed by CIO and was officially listed as a
President Walter P. Reuther. suicide.
Who said McCarthy must be But secret agents said they
bopted into "political oblivion." had been asked to re-enter the
.,heil, long noted as an out- case aZter the girl's mother. In
ken, liberal minded prelate. Portand. said her daughter
emphasized he was speaking as may have been involved with
.private citizen and not for a "Soviet, spv" in Switzerland
Catholic, dbre 1.
Qlther Catholics may take a Oi.lcers said Miss Helmer
re kindly view of the public was fund unconscious in her
4dtear of the junior Senator hotel loom two weeks ago and
l9m. Wisconsin and the effect rushed to a Green Cross emen-
h is having on th naon, he nation," en hospital where she died
'aid. al Is their prv- a few ours later. A note was
"That certainly h iv fou nd statlne she was taking
Wge aas I i y pie.1 to her own life "and no one hnd
.k as I av .e hrh anything to do with my death,
1 t; althoul.h the church either here or aboard."
e n posltonf and will nol t.os
such a matter'of public con-1 I-.'est''ators were checking
'Fersi. the church does take to st i i the note actually wasi
A "h' ha e conl s an- thewrlttehl by Miss Hilmer.
tsnce of charity and calculat- She was buried in the Ame
ad deceit," Shell said. aricn Cemetery here two day
S wrongly implied Mcarthy ago after her body ay u -
in himself be serving the claimed the ne more than
abmlnst cause by the manner i week..
In" Whimh, he conducts his Se- MeXicoCit newspapers say
iatInvestgarlons. they "understood" she had been
!Vf someone were to tell me married to an Italian count
t4 the me alter of the Kremlin' who lye.. in Paris, but had no
ired tta b que in NICA Cas-detlllf Aprs.
I t us frM our real dangers
and keep up from taking effec--C
t-Communt mesures,10 Mrs. Charles Black,
ImagInete would dedeve of her
Seein loe faith n our ceded o peesaronm casar





_0.*3ti a privileges In operations
l TIleaes. in see ANTA MONICA. Calif.. April
S10 (UP) Mrs. Charles 10 (lackUP) -




-o .' V l'ted,. Mos enteow Radio broadcasts a halot-
d roosR m trn Ioital terda for del"ivery of her
i t Donna by what wit'yesterday. Bradbury w
S01raC smcll Theled to perform a ca"atrlkean



damaged a five-1breaker." and "Which Side Arel
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"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe Abraham Lincoln.

TWENTY-NINTH YEAR PANAMA. I PP, SATURDAY APKIL 20 14AFIM CENTg



Brownell Wants Constitution



Changed To Fight Communism


WASHINGTON, April 10 (UP)
.-Attorney General He r bert
Brownell, Jr., last night called
ior new constitutionall weap-
ons" to strike down the Com-
munist party in thLs country by
"legal, orderly processes.
Brownell said the Administra-
tion is striking at the Reds "at
every opportunity" but needs
the additional legislation "to
complete the task of destroying
this threat to our nation's safe-
ty."
His nationwide radio-televi-
sion address was a follow-up
to President Eisenhower's Mon-
day night speech warning a-
painst hysteria about Commu-
nism and other problems fac-
ing the nation.
He said he agreed with Mr.
Elsenhower that "although we
must be constantly alert to the
danger of Communist infiltra-
tion, we should not have ex-
aggerated fears of the dangerr"
His proposal for additional
legislation to deal with Commu-
hist threats to unions and in-
dustry drew support from some
congressional Republicans. But
union officials adopted a wait-
and -see attitude until they
learn more details of Brownell's
plan.
Brownell warned that the
"threat of Communism is a ve-
ry real one" and said the Eis-
enhower administration is "de-
termined to destroy the effec-

Europe's First

movie Producer

Dies At Age 91


LYON, France, April 10 (UP)
-Auguste M. Lumiere, Europe's
first movie producer and co-in-
ventor of a pioneer device for
taking motion pictures, died to-
day at home here. a
A short Illness brought death
to the 91 year-old scientist who
put on the first public movie in
Europe and invented slapstick
comedy.
On Dec. 28, 1895, Auguste and
his late older brother. Louis
Jean, gave the movie as it is
knowil today its pioneer public
showing in a cafe. It was a flick-
ering. faltering strip showing a
gardener squirting a hose at a
fat man.
Numerous devices for captur-
ing motion on film were invent-
ed before the Lumleres attacked
Lhe problem. Thomas A. Edison
patented his peep-show camera
in 1891, but the invention was
unused, for some time.
Bmlboa Tides
Sunday, April 10
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tiveness of the Commnnist onage. Under present law, he such a finding, members of the
movement in this country." said, such firings ale possible union would be forbidden to pay
His legislative program to only if the worker is working dues or perform services for the
accofnplish this includes pro- on a clasdified defense con- union or to work in defense
posals now pending In Con- tract, plants.
gress to make wire-tap evidence 2. Eliminate Communist con-
admissible In court trials in- trol of labor unions in indus-
volving'the national security: trial organizations in vital sec-
Brownell also made these new tions of the national economy.
legislative recommendations: Under this proposal, the sub- W
1. Allow an employer to fire verslve activities control board
from defense plants during a would decide what unions are
national emergency any worker Communist-dominated and in
whose record shows he is likely I% position to hurt the national
to engage in sabotage or espl. security. Should the board make *C i


Mundt Puts Off McCarthy Probe


So Senator Can Speak In Texas


WASHINGTON, April 9 (UP)
- The Senate Investigating sub-
committee today ordered a one-
day delay in its televised hear-
ings on Sen. Joseph R. McCar-
thy's row with the Army to per-
mit the Wisconsin Republican
to keep a Texas speaking date.
Acting Chairman Karl E.
Mundt (R-BD.) told reporters
the public hearings now will
start April 22 Instead of April 21
as originally scheduled.
Mundt said the delay was
requested by McCarthy.
The subcommittee originally
decided to open the investiga-
tion Apil 21 withotqt knowing
McCarthy was scheduled to
speak the same day at the San
Jacinto battleground near Hous-
ton.
His speech will mark the 118th
anniversary of the battle that
won the Lone Star state its In-
dependence.
Mundt assumed the blame for
the mix-up which prompted one
of- McCarthy's supporters, oil-
man Hugh Roy Cullen, to ques-
tion whethther the subcommittee
was trying to silence McCarthy
by blocking him from making
the speech.
Mundt said McCarthy told
him earlier he "had a speaking
date down in Texas on Inde-
oendence Day" and that he
thought McCarthy meant July
4th.


He said the subcommittee
decided unanimously on the'
one-day delay in the hearings
at a secret meeting today.
The subcommittee also un-
animously agreed to hire Charles
Maner. Knoxville, Tenn., attor-
nev nnd' court reporter, as per-
sonal secretary to Its newly-
named special counsel. Ray H.
Jenkins. who wUill direct the
McCarthy-Army hearings.
Mundt said other members of
Jenkins' special ataff will be
selected Monday, fie said Jen-
kins, who returned to Knoxville
Thursday, already is working
with Maner on the groundwork
for the forthcoming hearings.
He said Jenkins agreed to the
delay in the hearings, explain-
ing that he could use the extra


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time to ready his presentation.
Mundt said Jenkins took with
him the Army's 34-page report
accusing McCarthy and his chief
aide, Roy M. Cohn, of trying to
pressure the Army into granting
special favors to G. David
Schine, drafted, subcommittee
aide.
It wasr that report which
touched off the McCarthy-
Army fireworks.
McCarthy and Cohn counter-
charged that the Army tried to
blackmail them into dropping
an inquiry into alleged Red In-
filtration of the service.
Mundt said Jenkins also took
with him information provided
by McCarthy to back up the
blackmail charges.
Jenkl4 s i schedule to re-
turn to the capital Monday.

US Ponders Indian

'Standsill' Plan

With 'Respect'
UNITED NATIONS, N.Y., April
10 (UP) The United Sthtes to-
day considered with "respectful
attention" India's proposal for a
"standstill" agreement on atomic
and hydrogen weapons.
But Ambassador Hefiry Cabot
Lodge, Jr.. suggested late yester-
day that the proposal be discus-
sed In secret talks by the Big
Four and Canada.
The proposal was put forward
by Premier Jawaharlal Nehru in
New Delhi last week and sub-
mitted to the 12-nation disarma-
ment commsaion on Thursday
for "Immediate consideration."
It called for: a "standstill" on
hydrogen tests while the U. N.
seeks means to outlaw thermo-
nuclear weapons; full publicity
by the atomic powers on the
devastating effects of hydrogen
explosions; active steps by non-
atomic powers to prevent further
experiments; and "immediate
and continuing" consideration of
the plan by the U.S.
The Disarmament Commis-
sion, holding its first meeting
of the hydrogen age yesterday,
did nothing about the N b h r u
plans.
It heard a formal proposal by
Britain's Sir Pierson Dixon to
put Into effect a recommenda-
tion by the General Assembly
that it set up a subcommittee
"of the powers principally in-
volved" to consider disarmament
plans in a series of secret meet-
gs in various world capitals .
Dixon proposed that the sub-
committee should comprise the
U.S. Russia, Britain. France and
Canada the latter because of
its work in World War II atomic
development.
Russia's Andrel Y. Vishinsky
insisted that nL needed time to
study the proposal on the sub-
coonmittee's composition and
would prefer to have it in writ-
ing. The commission adjourned
until next' Wednesday afternoon.
Vishlnsky contented- himself
yesterday with a mild denmurrer
against Nationalist China's pre-
sence on the commission, but he
did not demand a seat for Com-
tnunist China. Fireworks from
the Russians were expected,
however, when the commission
meets next week.

Permission?
Who Needs
MONTGOMERY. Ala., April 10
(UP) Two girls wrote to 0.
C. Long. Alabama publicity
clef. stating that they .would
"be grateful to you if you
would be kind enough to send
us our kissing permits.
Long replied that unfortun-
ately his department does not
buadi suc. en.it, __....


WASHINGTON, April 9 (UP)1


- foreign aid chief Harold E.
Stassen said today the free
world's new trade policy is de-
signed to capitalize on con-
sumer unrest behind the Iron
Curtain while keeping economic
pressure on Red China and
NKorth Korea.
By increasing non-strategic
trading with the Soviet bloc in
Europe, the Western Allies hope
to turn the Communist econ-
omy toward peace. Stassen said.
But he told the Senate For-
eign Relations Committee "there
will not be any relaxation in any
way on control of trade with
Communist China and North
Korea."
He also said tighter curbs will
be placed on goods that would
aid Russian military or atomic
development.
The committee called Stassen
to explain a recent agreement a-
mong the United States. Britain
and France to ease "substan-
tially" the West's embargo on
strategic goods to Russia and
her European satellites.
Sevyeul committee member
sharply they
polcy. Ben. Bourke B, Hicken-
looper (R-la.) said It seemed to
him the policy would be of great
aid to ,the Kremlin by easing
current unrest In Eastern Eu-
rope.
Stassen assured them it will
not "aid the war potential of the
Soviet Union in any significant
way" and will "carry and a net
advantage to the free world."
He said tight controls on
East-West trade have caused
unrest behind the Iron Curtain
over shortages of consumer
items.

Screen Stealers

Sent To Balboa

Jail For 30 Days
Two Panamanians who stole
72 pounds of copper screen wire
from the abandoned town of
Red Tank, were each sentenced
to spend 30 days in the Balboa
jail yesterday.
The defendants, Eric B. Gor-
don. 28, and Hector P. Pardes,
22, were originally charged with
burglary In the Balboa Magis-
trate's Court. However, this
charge was consequently dis-
missed on a motion made by the
government, and the lesser
charge of petty larceny was
substituted instead.
They were round guilty of
stealing screen wire w o r th
$18. from building 55M, Red
Tank.

Jap Fishing Boat

Was 2,200 Miles

Away From Hilast
TOKYO, April 10 UPI)-The
master of a radioactive Japanese
fishing vessel reported today hts
boat was 2,200 miles away from
Bikini when the United States
touched off its second hydrogen
device March 26.
The log of the Misaki Mar
said it was operating at a point
near Angaur, in the Caroline
Islands, from March 19 through
March 29.
A Geiger counter clicked 200
times per minute when it was
placed near the head of one of
the crewmen after the Mlsaki
Maru reached port yesterday.
About 45 beats per minute is
considered the safety limit.
Nevertheless, the tuna catch
of the Misaki Maru was pro-
nounced free of contamination
and sent to fish markets for
sale.
The Misaki Marm's location
was made known as the gov-
ernment fisheries bureau an-
nounced it would betle a march
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beaten with a claw hammer.


HA'ppJt lATS Oharlem Spener dwihere with his wife,
Margaret, during a trip to HawaII, is being sought by police 3n
connection with her death. Mrs. Spencer, daughter of an Inter-.
nationally known retired Yale University botanist, was found 4
dead by her mother at New Haven. Oonn. Police said she ws ,w


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In that case, asked Sen. H. policy is based op "an analysis
Alexander Smith (R-N.J.). "why t.at we face a long-4erm strug-
shouldn't we put the pressure gle with the Soviet Union, and
on?" Stassen replied that such not an immediate and inevitable
a move wouldn't hamper Soviqt world war."
military production whereas the "I've got to say that I can't
new policy might encourage the agree with you Se. Homer
Communists to turn more to Ferguson (R-Mich.) said. "I
peacetime production, can't agree that people of the
free world are going to break
Smith objected that "we're up before people behind the Iron
giving away an awful lot.... Curtain. I have more belief in
and are not quite sure what we freedom than that."
ought to get back." Stamen said he didn't mean
He said shipping consumer that, but that "for the long
goods to Russia frees the Soviet pull, we need a healthy econ-
economy from having to produce omy in the free world and eo-
them and allows the Russians to hesion of free nations."
concentrate on war material. Stassen said If the free world
But Stassen said that Is not refused to send the Rusiana any
necessarily the case because the peaceful goods, it "would hand
Russians will have to ship goods to the Soviet rulers one of the
to the West in exchange for most powerful cold war weapons
what they get. He said the new we could devise."


Shift To Spanish Will Close

Latin American Schools Early


The present term- for Latin Am-
eriean Schools in the Canal ZOfle
will be brought to a close at the
end of this month shortening this
school year to nine months and al-
lowing an additional 30-day period
to prepare teachers for the conv-
ersion of these school units to a
Spanish language curriculum, it
was announced yesterday by the
Schools Division of the Civi Af-
fairs Bureau.
In order that the most time pos.
sible can be utilized in training
teachers and adjusting the curri-
culum for the opening of the Lat-
in American schools next August,
and so that the kindergarten and
all elementary grades can be start-
ed on a full Spanish curriculum
basis as of August, the last regul-
ar day of classroom work in this
school year has been set for Wed-
nesday, April 28. t
Students will receive their report
cards on April 30 and commence-
ment exercises will be held on
Sunday, May 2.
Considerable progress has alrea-
dy been made toward converting
those units pf the Canal Zone
School system attended primari-
ly by Panamanian students to ac-
centuate an educational orientation
to the students' native country of
Panama instead of the United
States.
The schools Division has report-
ed that a survey of the present
members of the teaching staff has
revealed that the teachers possess
a more thorough knowledge of
Spanish and that a larger number
is completely bilingual than was
believed earlier.
Also now in operation Is an ar-
ranement whereby the Minister
of Education in the Republic of
Panama has assigned a member
of the Departamento Teenico


Staff ietasouals oemr y
tweaIM te cal m Zo .Ine cheeli
Divlsim. and the Ministry andto .
act as eenastant in faciltatlag
the changeover
Immediately, following the close
of th current year for the Latis
American Schools, the normal one- -
month Summer Institute for teach-
ers will begin. It will continue for
three months under the supervi-
sion of Alfred E. Osborne.
The Summer Institute this year
will provide intensive training for
the Spanish language teaching and
the new curriculum, diving pres-
ent teachers and principals an op-",
portunity to qualify for (he convert-
ed Latin American Schools staff.
The Institute will also allow all
members of this year's La Boca
Junior College graduating class
who so desire to enroll in the three
month in-service summer seslons..
The Institute will operate under a
section plan, one Instructor belN
assigned to every six teachers.
Due to the fact that these Zone
schools attended primarily by Pan-
amanian students opened last Au-
gust 3, a full nine-month school
term will be completed despite the
earlier closing date. Originally
those units of the school systems
were scheduledto be in session
for 10 months and to end the school
year on June 2.
The United States Citizen schools
which did not begin the current
school year until September are
not affected by this change and
will close as scheduled on JOAneO.
In view of the earlier closing
date for the Latin America school
the recreation program conducted
between terms by the Physical
Education Departmedt of the
Schools Division will get under
way in May instead of in June.


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