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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: 1925-
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]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00350
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morsa d the other. three, Saul
Auiter,. 8: Luis Balaur, 8 and
Gilberto Scott, 6. werr restgn
coMfortably and showed a igns 0
recovering. They wne Wuh t
%he hcapital separately uon
Saturday. nigbt when ho, bejP
Showlnr the sazde tm t;
. The chldreb admitted topa-
rents and tte police that they
had eaten pieces of a caikb. of
rown sugar (raspadura), which
they said they had bought "at a
aroeerv store, but it turned out

Preiddwt Antuaet ii- o s
eight da& ratn1q id erd
the nmal so f el.k
Today he told. T flnam=$
American .t was ,up to Ilt;ov."
ernment o cenunspt eon, In
So as mid yesterday the
aunmuen ho south tO arsa-
ateht la .ekee were
5ldtn" a rWti th e as.-
ttonal: gard, E
se' f SpansAh Ambatar to
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number of pW Il but
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.,Yeasos that ld tem To Ge Sc h li
of voted Police believe the children TO Get S tchlite
ot1 Meenss a year 4 of found the cake of brown sugar W am.n A
two. i. which someone had coated with p
deacon a0 ew t irepram-fla- electric paste used to kinl rata Becaus of te ol bldaIy:
deal a4 ae trewr, fll l this week. Can a Zone police
vA Ues creMad. bY. epara- Probably on the street t In a have changed l for apply-
tffOn, Waset for April 2, when garbage can. ing scotchilk to bioyales
td me a bl In the Balboe atf.
Oa .B the dead children and Representatves of the pilce
CA alsp revealed .that three in the hospital are real. force w0ll be on hand at Balboa
it t a letter to o0va. 8. ents of Io. 13188 Avenlda He- elementary school 0 a Wednes-
l espreisslag pr pday morning to atply the e*ttch.
of nttlnin Wadh- rrera. Mrs. Maria Wilson Adul- I Is as a safety measure.
a. behalf of the Con- lar Is the mother of Benlto, Ro- Taping of the cycles ill start
= Vemneat employes. gello and Raul. at 8:30.

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tUcanaqe river from

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The the divide
acris to plain but be-
caM" MUeh time' had -been
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eth divde to the
sa d down ast El
ROult of tan gueL
It intended meet

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gone back across the
di beings so delayed
Atlatic side would
M m some 4ays late
,f I rendoxvous with
(oh e elected to re.
mia by a plane of
e (AGSA) on oge
( daily scheduled
S the SBan Blas chain.
the prince fand
will set out from

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iAfter 'Incredible' Break From ..e..h Cell

. NJ., April 12 (UP) render, but the condemned
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*Licl~ble" escape loose and made a break for
W house Inpstate A burst of machine gun
m out down by a cauht him Threei dus dc i
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rvm;n%1with the pirAnaj at
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watt the King's return.
Ibara was to start the trek
back today to let cr1ut know
of the kitg's changed plIns.

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BRU88MLS. 'April 12 (UP) --
Belgian voters toppled the SOcial
Christian .Party from its four-
year majority rule today as gen-
Oral election returns gave Paul-
Henri iBlpak's Socialists a om-
manding voice in the govern-
Weary election officials an-
nounoed .shortly water noon to-
S& that the Catholic Social
ristlas. led by Premier Jean
an Houtte and foreign Minister
aIl Va Zeelal)d. lost 14 seats
of the I08 they held in the 212-
seat chamber Of deputies.
Nlne of those seats went to the
Beblium thus returned to the
tradition of coalition govern-
ments It knew before and tm-
mediately after World War IL
Thbe oc$alists were s u r e to
hold a strong place in a new gov-
ernment. Informed sources said
the ebullient Etaak. chamvlon
of Nuropean Integration, would
p0obablv be either Prime Minis-
ter or Foreign Minister.

Confederate Vet
Wonts Speciel
tayv : Rebel Flag
LOtSS n ... t., April 12
etersn, bservnd the S9th anniver-

te someone send
Me flag." g
ItWord got out. the
a mere In Bilexi,
Ihe Cfderite
smon Davis, an.
Fas no need to take
the way it Presi-
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in Southeast Asia.
Dules Is due here tomorrow
from Lndon.'
The French were expected to
press for postponement of any
common declaration, such ae-the
Amerlcans want, until it Is seen
how the GOeneva Far EastMer
peaee talks epme Out. The Gen-
eva talks oj36 in Just two weeks.
Prenah spokesmen aid the
government does not want to d4
anyt hingto wreck Its firm In-
tentB to create the best pos-
alble atmosphere for negotiate
an end to t!e seven-year Indo-
china war. This is now the num-
ber one French policy objective.
It was widely feared here
that any "hapds off" warning to
China now might cramp t) e
talks. If the Geneva talk falo
produce anything,. then V
French might be more willing to
join hands with Washington, it
was said.
The cabinet meeting, called at
only one hour's notice found
many Ministers still weekendlioW
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ait. elio he to a yhim when e one of his a the other d Da seek
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SJ d not like way e ma wan working. Short- an ra of
the vm of thi brutal and uncalled for atk m
Sanor supervisor who advised him not to d-on market. I~
or ha would lose hi Jobet and would neverY smyjust how mthr lathe
Thus Intimidated, the victim decided not to make a com- conversations with A L mo
Splalta lth was to do so by th other t on the 5.s som e in
S.h. bThl ,,t i. S this boy a. bet' "a rts out o thet
zt jcb. we den.et e it t The m treasury. IJ a I le m
w h itlneed th Indincdent fEt a little s 4lk and more than a -It me, for that on b a j .ut co e .
tie ashamed that they could do nothing about It, because this I won't be a m llevey off AN r t a
J'. .ust Wondering In funds setting idly a idund efr n
-. 20-ll.w ha, the wr ong, bease Deck d o b elieve .5
o in ranking acunts or In tortl ume
Answer t' Previous PNu ei mevlnSg .oAM
In the Union He hit the ceillng when he tok % ,i the as to a
over the Teamsters Union's poe- 'm le 1k.
f t b dencye and found some c a eve e .PU

otherniSaton (comb. form) Mhas no intention a oflrn g a atla n =A to tl
aIRKte a nmto am. T a m steds n, ute s r a e. tot .r w as ..o e
I- ha Bdl d the vicain don' no o m a m- onyarnina pr o ataore gratee g.onve rs aons' wi l. ,
biget st at e 10 uz| e t bnyb ody o m n o oe e ls bo ut e 0 noeam tyoe. o r ewd, eWiist t
1 aRrspfig n r| l ( ers SBeckr investment these days w MK
14Ai raid 18 Libeutenant prdly,ande a wea mhhA
Masculine Pluto 30 We s of 4 Small call him aone o aire-lauer.
nickname 21 Innsate India children Beek is out frontbut be. n~
i WIngle t E I n men r th nly tunt o l
ti0UDoted (ab.) Arab o a t i an B |caliphe trade unionM theory thoa t ma'm or er 's. ht
so 35 Wax 40 Man 49 Number lions to be safe must stay In-Geta
aulate Arabian gulf 41 WWIo part 515 glfreeze as or n ol ti a
24 WeIghing 2o Single (comb. 42 Altitues 52 New (comb. thcopbborlioiIer' D lmorawes1
device form) (jb.) ra) Just a month for exa leto pae
oertam plays the AFL Central'Labor UoWn *Ieveof
S rtwood Phila delphia took UtiBs By O RARK
X "-, ttooen securities adviser from ftsb
at r f local investmentbrokerage o~m a ,mi pt. is e t 'ep
er (p.) -De Hav and TownsendIstokp t d
--ot)e an d I UPHAR RANG, Cetal la-part from hisr ph ical beauty a blun end. The sides e l t
Stime a central labor council st a di.-The way you shootl a U r aisthe tiger seems to have a ver (A p a anle sur nd the sie s ei cions. '
S0or union or thar t matter-u on onohit. Ifes open, and thereno mei& to or t a
MlinePrallsri -0-Wlg offororecord ithuin a eniert t da r n the go Congress when J amde th
som i ae | Inf te *ndichiebodyrenoBknowsc ue mrtheobnt, u-tor a area onoe bacgw s i you.
counselor. The city's 195 nli m ed h narthfeel Senate Elections Subco
.; 117 Winl~e part 3 ]C*lp>np *W tiger 's live and-'w --- ay ea t hhs had thea two.f e -V .: a ti,
to .(a will contact the adviser, W ren tge live ad has h the e- seven ws lal and The opposite end is composed of vlsch t e e um od an- a o
'Thd, gvernment.Tti one ioSma an-eater a ubded pounding on r cratn ic can d ates o d rlaert
The Philadelphia laborites Then da eusiles fromhere with over a hn- The two lg sides of the rc- eral election. simutaneously e il t t
en *^^^^^^^^^^^^^^- The Philadlpialaborites Tfriend aoun u am bsiJdu e a en wArest' menh aree I red Rs,"puiln a Saries. eelitba
This on their own or ra Meif p m a o t in En atndas ean l I e
e" -udate sons. They want to be certain that pe..n: w t a s Is h very good In t b elnaj nd pt cUdin a e s ly et InlcTeas t.
Sfunter n e honestly and p op an d y B. know re th e laal g ar e y gtvarea che tier fm leavin the boat iehindthe closed
va Iw tinv hrh reli oh eth a s..4 o *. e s wsosIthrou ht he vet DS

o.^^^^^^r ^^^H *^T gr a ea hePladlp labres dite ee-iede ..4 roam be t wi ovlas h.e i s ieso bhtthn e fo rm o a oi nonube oI 1 udat- ei r funds i re honest ly andi py aa if yoW u were a couaini: c ct a"eat. to ol or fChan a 4eN ne a th s t R hod e el t ahd. at ....e ^ r les m:
'--i esp *labor council sys r pW. ai cha e eat t Freo he t bd her sto ppes are a dIo l nt. e sit of the S ate re motee

.. In.Ia....... et s

a it u IS I N Asw thee S adenate J
WIithgfs ameg stnpeAn Ia a s, eis u
Sse to are ho aOMag ruenuet er chaee rlu r he in sth m

W tese grwt of we ood.em 'Mlad l of havocewiandthevloal fecoous rada t ci ot um ,6S. This P mihharda tl S. e ab t n e"ber. "1is e SS AU
evenon e atige unionaethnb a tia is eore on porasi t hat w b very ot.ad motorthe aovi pJarun e July, Augu aa .eeDe laer. th e s f6r
union o O a d 0a a ere are other ways. too etl i lc- i la gs_ w a

0h bemods aa oowvenent aoa beenaleeds avro twrot me e rap -f t atrteh e oes todrn at spoaar tl pDs etl a ben t et arne. etes r al
oli up tSo S1. a~ .b il aS vert two d ys o cwa.i a ai d through fore ndwhich dmo riy o any o e atendar -

AN h al re ahimin*ao at t Sta le to whuica r aBeyourlelf th -eafr tgalemss a to contain tIgors, andsot e cted to be closes and result h l s
thee a111 so4 w s o q ag n a-Ut gn te m tsr@ g.
v est"eament t Ins utono cf lw t wi ths l the a -e ra twit the i jumbo. This s maharaja tei or conttintdue, als o o,
totaling up to $15,000000. One of builaoi1d aver to V1 ies _ome- 14 a be goes t drinks an t id hspoiot. past has been that ple mary teet ia] I tas t a ,.ft
.these the. AFL International La. or three monthsl1 1meL.. sloe, 'like an advertising executve Up to now all I know.about Uons demand equal attention fr
dis Ga rent Workers Union, g e ae b hebifo atld the cattleda, e r n he oi artini lunse at tigers, rsonaly, is that they the Privileges and Election a d
bo ut-a n0001 year coneeded io t the l, the ive re pWrtWor's. t. is then that you make nee rug sand ist' ding committee. A Mta un r .
,earn, ,at ut ef uh wfae .texercisedovetgers.Itatcrew of sbout kepisnerein nt g i.M m 67 rthis reason, r e omp a u h p,,
n- e, .n.its.health and re o CoexacUt, as it you were a camp ,and conduct aba beat. is. m e morin gore for anew rf forthe st a should be esalhd at the .* e ByQail ,

fud s. And the aLocomotived PI ands n ete to INftIo e.ua
Imn d land_1_i en take in ._ muter, and every. two days some. A bea s bet described as a living room. It loo as If my dut end of uI h to *deotke sp---. .a--o ed .
d amrhnsnM a ne flow.o.in a th r i bu
Sare. rcent repr s bo Y came and ate the train. N are h oseshoe, or a waedg of Is clearly marked.,est s t ol
,w ac cord ing .. .....cen. ....rts.-pl.. .... intswhichmaybe.m ton ', _

here ar oaresef of uch funds, 5 3I I w h* oI re se q th e a te a e p precede '

Th er orIsc res of ucdfuosea d h e gc tin g t reo rdmoen w
and mo st are heavily invested In ads nlall tti to me tion thr ""u a.o
bonds-govertnmient d private.t Eo themnlt taso n I asio v emot o et ao. r e od s,
SBut the trend t shea er In Daver e war i to ry ad. t1.6 l -"
BDek's direction. Two years ago p a ....r... ...r m l evsntmerr e-- y, nteb B8u av M oto I gh to n'B-d "
Prof. Nathan Beler of Pn -esult In more o e an
roo aa t o oed the e os Aho 'Gt e -r "hbe nexpoted, the Senate can ra -ise....d
vania State College did the most TWASHGoNNEA) e The gimmick Is that this will the European Defense Community the ante s uortim In J"ly or
britllaeHt mtudey Al tat t i he sU. S. fbreigh I aid rogran for the not be A "ii oreil aid program treaty and west German rearma ust before it ajourn s."
foumentsd tu nioe.e nonltedir monlydear eo be gn July t t It will b e a president it ha A d oe u rt a .'
mfo'ns uniCnsdoponly DdeenhagseeThisAno
perocantdi ae t wentfnh tO bat fin as wih a fr thrit nde a special appr i o- Ana amendment by Reap. Jamem ghthgoo ld Wov

was hehdby .. Tth e this w ^ N onal Brother, cae poad g orinst neow Fo si- ,a tae f pow e r and U s i- tih d Te e o na lutary aUd In r iais ar Ivs
,hloo d th e oattin,,,,.ra ererations Adm ninista Ia r e gramt can ha 'be western Eropea n country es untl ._
BeutrInt toyeadr -s, t vstment E. Stasie.oevtiost. footrIn the bon fxresid the Dept otlU. of th.ey have ratified DC.
osani ss Gabor's eye.peach vo tA. Ta t oldr 5a fl to r pre .. p in o gatns. d neafo re C son to gress e er Att Ge ne h .
ean nve s e nt n that the om odl wa s t nhne w e ok, I fl they don
therfactetha c ent a oanvestm eb l thhouga ethelase.s...a. e p a m Ano th ld .
s henMarthewalloof n of the experts, cilchan In the world sai n s oe this neat o t, e delivering' aid.eBy
f uth lsl c ao rf l co stumbea cant p ro te.s Cut ryin a but'" the practice is bec om ing m ore T af . .. .a. Is e s. I aa, h asthe. .p o a d. to n. th e form hpdpire t as InDp o l i
and more widespread a on g uo f rempou e, n t a mds' Au". 1 i a lre r 5.r o h h. r ancaI couantryel ist. G A NC5El
deAff'ires- erCeoe mmitteohe hado oldm pngress 1a" a ye p sloent tids with ussia.h dmi

L- -r""-'wr BSt -rs n ct he aLg o e treersco.m d one wlab l erade sl M iest errarenaguthattatt!awas rje sho d t eyr

."T -"fl _---- m tie to d ear o m on d e w n eid. h at- U aru i d ct a nnof te w ari I tier t ou $1, T e h ial l on ron P in -

B.a ** special naui ha no t been 3. Extended aid to the Middle 4. development assistance fi-
Ssent to on this subject Bats. American. policy ha bee nane 300 mii
Has 2-Way RadiOS I a a e. oth Israel- and the 5 R ef and abilitation In
Wli twus MfAWor a waiting both o sic. Korea S41 million.
AKRON. O.-(UP) ,A two-wy of Sate John r le ced. The d her e is that this Mutual defend economic sup
radio syutm Ir. been tastaled Sta: have asked the commit- may beeonh a parisat issue in port. 3 milUoa.
on a trial basIs I -six ommerloat tee fot a $A billion aid program Congress. 1. United Nations apd etber *ll,
trs'urks to test the monv-4avit next year. 4. TIhe delay over ratifleptlaf of t10 million. '
sad efIleser-lmprovul t ,fdatud
of motoried communlttmos.
Meter Care. Inc., which epes" .
pte In 14 states hab Inaueuratmo ,_
tltal system locally, anIn emt.
reo a that apprweelIable t
lags a amprovemen" have w
medyedn eavd.Costly
eompt-from a delivery back to

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a. J.ahero nd '
Z.y i -i-'-' *wbtRo lsvb whei he's not In
O Hm alary with the committee
hIS m tR s VV 1,70O and Its reported that
o V M6been d ng more than
! lf.l n f a ,0'006 a year from a partner-i
SiPsdark suis amdn-n m a starting record
a nry a' d tlkas a US. attorney wth the
*= oytwa District of Now York.
',i._.'eI It w th work whih got
Stoi yu.ng Cohn aIto the anti-
i s favorite M e had a part in convicting
thet k atomic p Harry Gold. the Rem-

o"a I, the mrandjury Inveatigatio ofI
She Communlt amonsUS U united
Y Z e Nars o.ns employees.
IkSh aNr onvided bo hsa Tremendous ambition and en-
ut unable carefulres h and
camk e Ce hn trademarks In this
Sa. S y w k ed to Mcarthy's -
heo ttSirs(oRielection of Cohn to run his com-
was over. mittee.

"oen, chuaeesed l over and the nt w
music, uorts or Cehn's dating mother ov ar
else which does t d any doubt about her lo's
an anterestIft legal angle legal prowess.
Oseind s.s0 t a ofod c Her favorite pneodote Is of Roy
?Sa He Rea lytouchu- a 12-year-old. He sat
In, his only e &I in:-through a murder trial at which
oPI an 9eh ahise fitaer preside. When It was
ISc all over and the defendant was
ae eswch neaj. titnot freed young Roy pushed his wray
,hi F watching t his through the crowd and asked
wh the prasseui attorney
da tohad not ra a particular
wT with point of law M ts case.

pjrt- ably hawve found gut'i "
S S thing at a Mrs" cohn recalls.
S n e cuto finale an In- Cohn missed the draft bv
idoft" a.- v virtue of several unsucessul.
the same time he doesn't attompte to get into West
enrage a al by o- Point.
sat the lat minute and
a dat so he can at- He joined the National Guard
4hastiBy-called coM- and won a commission.
ce It's rooted of Cohn'spre
frndof Cohn claims college that he never got
*Atbsbis.onthTyentertainment the spank he always so rich-'
bills mus be staggering bease. ly deserved. He whissed through
hpeipap a charge accompt In the Columbia Law School so fast
S- t Ne* York resiurant he had to mark time as a law
pad t leuS uW refittesto clerk for a year before reaching
W1iIt Vh him ever i the required age of 21 to take
p. his bar exam.
all the signs
oa yeoy n with a lot of Cohn's first national pueblicity
:>, riskOter. came when he and his mend,
Bm'u pert-hxrd d Is a David Schine.invaded Europe1o
New York Judwe and investigate Voice of America op-
;;G&-#e big-wig-maintain a eratlons there. It wasn't all
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active Republican In Sioux Fal,
S.D., hi. homo town. After the
war he worked for Herbert
Brownell on the Republican ,a-
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mittee in the OOP-controlled
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Thin, in spite of hi Reapubli-
n anthe t pm nt n-i
o mn t e Pena gm
tions. Since n he se arved
under evry Secretary of De-
S Sense.
Ilt th e ] re-es he beenme
the leIustnnf authority dam
Today AMaasa looks the art
and lives the life of the ty=liM,
moderately successful younf
government aecutive. Tbe la
few weeks have 4put a s d O
haggard look around his pale
aray eye, but you would iI

e talks o qukly
that h is c is ub. It hsa
been aad that he's somfle
really Just joklia when dver-
ng some fat e spil! In an appar-
ent straight faced manner.
Friends claim that this is what
Is behind Sen. MeCarthy's claim
that Adams offre to provide
tIps on scandals In the other
services if McCarthy would lay
off the Army.

Susquehanna CoaI
Dredglng Falms O
Downey brothers' uad egmm co
mine is abht to end bling, pic-
turesque and productive aureer.
The firm of FH.. Dowey, Inc.,
is operator of a fleet o the last
coal-dredging barges and steam-
boats playing the brod ow
Susquehanna River in this area
where once some 17 firms pumped
up fine coal by the millions of tons
from the river boto annually.
The Downey firm was u artedby
the late father of the. five m
who now operate the s Mov
paddlewhed flatboats that. sill do
the Susquehanna wherever 14 Inch-
es of water flows.
At the peak of their erao
the Downeys helped 1,500
tons of fine coal daily for local
steel mill. But those were the days
when coal production n the flds
to the north wasat Its p and
the mining compawie made no ef.
fort to reclaim y of the fine
coal removed in the washg pro-
L. Downey Idestof e
five brothers, said e use V set-
tlin basin in the field alo
the upper Susq hnna, couple
with increased enforeement of
clean stream egulatior. has cut
the amount of coal ared down.
stream by the Susquhanna to a
trickl. "
"In another two years ft may
not be economicaly fiable to
operate these bats," ey sI
"When that happS, t era of
coal dredging rfvent that be
San thOe year after the bigfood of

Between The Devil
And Deep Blue Sea
city needs a new sytm of store
n rs .t at oe- r
he bUlt or a wIile
The reason m Mt b I
built is tat the dl.cV/701%
stand it.Only a r din aS

S-b--, i

ofee tsi and hias wlfer f rm
of hie. ond as i a gag,

and much of aIde 'de-
woprt4Ala a
std to oIothai r gt

Atn maj mur of etertain

A msJor pasowof cotertaln-
lmeat foer eoouple kd risn
lhoud athomm
Thti'wehuu flikMd e1 tbe
Adua l.a md awlumer mad
a golf dumar. L r abw pro
otbal fatn Ih 'I" Adma
Oirsteers tenhlb tlal nmu-
Despite bin ewft& coaerva-
tIe manmor Adaf thad hw
ahur ot attdfis tond .aem

When len T s Au was
bse a lw Pe t was,
John- ai', lotef have /I

Once he was forced to make
three ndgnant, lmket so-
Ions aid their wivepayr er
own wyhome from rope. He
Iaos ot ,.
Whn *ad baek ad
was on t4 o ne 7 them
called me to is ofice, termed
off the it, pulled the vene-
tMan bnnaa ught and pointed
two desk lamp. at me. It was a
real third deree. But we finally
ended up friends."
If Adams ends Up friends with
Sen. Mc arthy. however, It will
be the mhn'me of the year.

At Z they "S -Dq t rtraeiW
asdeas cadets st
Iet all buteI aai reast 9o meI

ghstd t^fraiprblem*
Burt has Informed city planners
ta Investment up hao-
Ifetoadvnc 1-,- o' i-1

ance t" e proliet. The barges
am we... a doa

beAe to d b ie i toheIu ec*
Ine astes tero site's business
Ssan and preside m aftthe Nat.l

Bae Cole s of Tarent ue of slsa-
passenger aargemUon tole Ohio, Mo.

a add RoMheltegr P Ra. ive
that a ehiet advat hs eof
ewh ich would reach wed lowf

miles an hour. also be used
to ferry Sightseers arhih Pitt-t
bWag t radmsopmem at the Gate-

ay ce P.r adton of O Point Park.
t isolation to pfousl barges fm Octr

Im ass "mationl narse week."
I 'h Republican oagres.woma.
been tried with othere pro.
I o of Venice Burt said. pro
S the plan al forth andee werminal
P m for eau river, located

I s i of Pittsublic; (2)
I a m te commit serve e
thighout the nation; r.(3) stmu-
late student nurse recruitment; (4)
em e through the pradvantes, ra-
odisch tel vice woulrvice r-low
SNurse Week In USI

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/ his first report;
Foa the first time in its lovable, And she thinks they have. "Those "I i e t
"history, "I Love Lucy" will have iponths were trying on nie and "In Ialv ai the llth century,
a guc;t star soon. DeAi Arna trying on them'" says this bright- there lived a showmen a.med Pao.
en ed- Jimmy Demares. tze golfer- eyed, sparkling Httle woman. "But o VganZ. He was a pqJpet show
;who dresses like a-r~ibow. everyone was pleasant. They want- producer a n d his productions.
and asked him to come out and ed to do it right. .aPed after. himrel, wdre named'
;appear in a golf skit on the show.l "I'm only interested .In keeping Vaga'zas. Once he put on two
Demaret, whose new book. "My it truthful-not that every incident shows lu one day. The-econd one,
Partner Ben Hogan," was based must have actually happened, but natuilly, became an tra-VagaS.
on an NEA series, should be a' the flavor must be accurate." za. The name has endured for W
atural with Lucy-he's been ad- To that end, she checked the years.. -
r-ssing the Ball for ecaro. scripts, noted the knickknacks that A few 3ecars back, says Oaled
went into the sets; okayed the cos. Drake. the wi e guys of radio
Mrs. Clarencp Day journeyed t) tumec And, while "Life With Fadt. woaldwwhisper him: "Wise up
Cali ornia where they televise cr" started off on the wrong boot, pal-get out oa.radio while yo
the series ba cl on the celebrated It has come along steadily: and is. cean. ( et nto TV-radio'll be dead
book her husband wrote about his nov, a faithful reproduction of the soon." Galen Drake ignore' t.em J
father, "L*fe With Father." And'v wonderful book and play on which and he's happy lie' d d.
lhe returned with one firm belief: it's based. "There' s' noign that radio..j,
"Father Dev would have had an: One more thing. Father" Day. even dying." he say. ".1Ifact., ir
abysmal hatred of Californin." bless his nasty old -disposition- stronger than evey .- _-
She, herself, was happy to get what would he have thought about Droaie. does a sn owot. CBS-sa-
back home. She spent four months television? di. For the fl. sttiVe n .his W0-
telling them what was wrong." She Mrs Day smiled sweetly. "He year career he'A sharlg, the mike
was sort of a technical advisonr. to would have loathed it," she said. .
see that CBS-TV (Hollywood Divi- If you ever see Dave Garroway.
sion did right by the Days (New and notice his red wool socks, this
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FirsfPrize 8217 $ 44,000.

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i% withplasticseats;ellIn2weeks.Ph"25-324uanyd 's 24.;1 eAl-clA514-567
edroom set, all mahogany, don, only 4000 miles, in new con- -F
Quarters 3m-A, Albrook. dio31 8 1.-950.00. Phone Fpr Gulick FO SA .
R SALEF:-ORKmnmore Deluxe wash 9-sRENT: Chhlet: 4 hatOmr
ing machine 60-cycle with sud ma- WA TE nivnoom, dn
p. Phone s7-3d n, quarters 7-e We CS ioila ml an a ulto- m-oyoa ta tble 9' 'a -
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SALER:--singer sn machine PAAUTOMOBILES FOR SALE:-Metal buffet, oak high- FOR ReNT: Ril "q
SAt set ll an y h.. s n W l PAY CASH fo lte, modl autow boy, oak table, hot box, play pen. Helhtt with 4 b o iv r
rontion 150.. Coil 'Ft. Kobbe iimoiles. We prefr 1951, 1952, 195 youth choir, ladle "LOdB ELgin" dlnl nrrom, porch aril wh, bits, i t 12
c' 4 btwesn hours 10 am and CHEVROLeTS. FORDS, DODGES, wrist waItch with 2 diamonds. No. Price $200.00. For lnformaien c-I GGO. F. NOhEK7! IC with INC. SteAL wa2 r |e w
224 between hour 1.m. an LYMOUTHS PONTIACS. 6414 New Coral. Tel. 2-3182 2 6 durn work hen dp
S 2 p.m. AUTO laMAN ofter 5 p.m. FOR RENT:-Furnished chalet t MI I At 81i. 11e vea .,
T r ,whgl Paneme FOR SALE:-25-cycle record chanr, roflore.. For innfonratlon Telphone ir will b sa et for hi s o a
SFOR S"ALE also 25-cycl motor and soleno lds 2 o
BReal Esite PERSONALS chine tos' 25-cyl M- FOR RE7NT Lara Buelf Bail'ee PM Sld wy' 1." ..
For Dvi.-Ja e in Porque N y2 2
'L;fI&vr. Any roma off arc- Due to the many requests Saled bids, in tIplicate, will be re iApal'm132$ 7 3s*D- $p h y
Scpted. Box 52, Curundu. HARNETT & DUNN ceived in th office of th.e Engineer- AmtheIION L J* ilU' e mr I h.O I
L -.UIL wrhi, shop o nr 5t h v h av od from parents thy will hold ing and Construction Director, n e.- fu pr nt, **M twI T eS
RS, rsE- tm een-age d cl es at the m Canal Company, Blboo Heihs. kbdroo hot, M wIt. Tl* Lt J'I bol
': w arhoe, shop. Corner 50th and Balboa Y.M.C.A.. Theme classes will be Col Zon until i0:0 .m., m pri e P cnom -49 . , hem ,". t1s- ,I Wh -
ZA .^12 St ts, Son Francco. F. ICA- held Soturday only.. .h orting April 22, 1954. and then publicly opened,. FOR RNT: Two-b Ol WO N. Tm o r_' "LD diS IDb4 bi *inmui
CO. 17. at 9 a.m. nd 10 o.m.-l0-Hour for furnishing aH plant, tools, equip- F condiocourse for e foprnly $9.00. Registration ment, labor, services, and materials ment, living & diningroms, n, 8 Haid'sarno Dl n I oul,,S, a, h as .a l"e S i t
Hei A Wanted', must be in by 4 rl .th. Coll morn- (except certain P2onm Canal Com- room-garoge. Mexico rand Eu 04. L =idR li i.-, ki a
Seng Bolb r o r239.n p5ny furnished moterliallI, and for Ave. Tel. 2-24 19, Cbpnp aur. alo a, r, f s b as orhe WSh
PLYMOUTHS PONTIAC.. "61"Nw M"e a nTef232 7 dwar. a4a
a.TE. D -Maid wt refer n to performing all wbrk for Instllation FOR RENT: -Nice furnmiod MArt.' local i o n e ana for
livANTEDinPadn 3 -7T.rfe r c AN ED Zo _, ,i one. Forms of proposals. spe|ifica- 1tovd, military inspetd NO.. 2. peusa, t O hh1 nee Ito 'tar iW -i t*I
O.,BUoof K-heWA T nJRY c Sinks at rGamba, Canol ment. 2 bedrooms, refrigerator, *' L''j ,- i'ji r
Tel _4._ _ _ -1 P n Borats ,. ,a s C.bra Info rfatio .e lo. br
S n tipFORS, and full particulars may be FOh- Vba Porrcs. .o thtsce une helh ," 5 i, i-ta ,.h
SSe A L Elprioe Colld 3-2217 dr and Inspection Division, Room 343, 08.Lem-o_ H w.. h. o' to.. Ih- N
fiodrcowomen withnrc t rlfINA N orwmsnhi ng 0 ppprehglmisd&- rooM, garag, S***-Pro"
S hourBs or it B 278 Bolboe Heights Tele.hone 2-3739 or bedroom apartment fcni the pork, l & r,
m A L m a l pl e iam oerr
ni TIN WANTED-- Elderly West AlRt, Prnamm. R p 2-2698>. Spacif4ltions and drawing on Avnid NoP Teil 3- A- I01r e^ Thtt eadd h tes h e sr 1*
r.lndni 3 dw n wit k work will be issued on a depot of 20.00 c care d y
Tt, 1 016 r P daywk .Pr Ds et r poned wilt 40 ce ardas aft FOR RENT: Most Mod/e m sport-- f y motl-
evry ~olf-dy expt Surdy a t ta pcltkions and drow i rnot met, in building neorng cA A t In
at-a s. u ab r E T N~ v r returned within 40 cldr days o f ist- rion, ready for occupancy net A t fe s e e- oaLe3 t .aef laib the .
l' er openna of bids. week. Two bedrooms. Clos to re an T by the oh m la y he hiu ati thre5 n
SdTo Brood belWdR esday FOR SALE .omity with view rts2l the serea one. .idL ks alil .a '.

n FOR SALE -Sloop 21-ft. 8-ft. FOR RENT:-Bell. Vleta's bReet r1eA- L IwE
Wr1.atn9am.neaa Y au-l'INBAD f o.h 23 MoCuist6nlas nLtc Cumbras rase266 at ,II ipm .rli..

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ciFs frlI.WAt$9m &tose, Ia scedd to a'riVtl egina ready to be installed. Nomer meant, Ivingroom. dlMrgroom, mowe W Iwlp 1 2 1 '."
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hor or i Illox 1278, 2rod
Ip t--f- J ilt retun one 5-15 efter5pr FOR RENT: -- Ne-IwEoden apat hT 9-. 10 w. ,th
neat Om rthe Tabte 30 NeW fYia. Irb mount. 2 bedrooms, Campo Alore | 0 r hB
ee oB .on 3-4.mo2642, Pa8rnamai, rismand Uidrawi
IT CONIA, N. H. (U.P.l -The Pslsngwrs arriving on the Sutate *06 p LiftUp.--rH earts, ,In phm. i ako .
'ii c w wit h reenty of ern est of aO ff erepo sit of $2 0fKNI CA* of m e ngotI n C" t a se I, le
I rn e e.nr of Crlayton M. sGrek n Pu Iam are M r. Tl.er MFOR R T: apart-. t. ,.h.r of.b
"'inte-ar tTtal of mrfds. fn Edit I Dtrlon. Mau. s. c y G w
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mie To Brood On e esaid FORabou 1,0eta Tones is ront ] d or e dn Rae and d of 2a" 1114 yto
I ". At Ra ely, Me., he got an. Jama Dwyer and two children; kH Uy drmoso. Frano Fr6s Street 49.. Repn. Inslation of U t of a i .
Si h be lio _10-punddoe. Natiniel A. Faser: Mr. and Mrs. The officers of Carbben hfu TRt V. i uie" u.tho de11 on1- .k iTW
G CClodshthe h ebnfur ani-oPaul Mskrafftea Mr. an d Mrp. Girls' stat ere Opreae n ont wt biahe win bfr God. .a tlhe feoer.
'" e lesrs thAn a 'k Fr ,and e 1. l oTUlowell andre lelb the Inauguhtlen ceremonie sandDs t 'o.r.l
SAee dduled b tte at S day. i There camos timeG to every ,........1
our A'-She a ao; 10. a0d Mrs. Ho es KleAinn held last S rtu day. o
fed and woulg tr; and WMh Ma The neaw governor oa Gir' o'e ot us, howveer tsro heWe de-
e on L. auosn e State ias Jban Jennlson o Bal- -in tbo b oth 2c0i wilhen o=u

:006e_ ripthemFOR,4wme. OdEo r wil tro We-
PRS boa. Her stf Includes Diane O T
E PRSE d OF Ms LOcheIdeg oet Ct6bal .al Ln:eu- lcledege falters rd weRaTi.ai
FF AIRWAYS M r. Joseph L-attero; Mrs. Mar. tenant Ooveror Lola Spencere Inte a an Ro ._..._..hen e bl- uron
,--IN PANAMA I a- Mr.wfend Mn Gl1 tlOse Balbo qtsyo f St th N ate.1 i h j o JlrM
L [^ wamer_ ier and dau-tet; IM Oeorgla Me OUl o Balbkoa rENT.-"F roo m*in J"J death of oC e loE. Whe
Most 0ndMr tn Pitnaude: Mrs. The state senator re ud inoaon lre No. 98, :but d we cev
T W N. R. (U I1 -The riNe ieiarrii as county Gffteral. ore tuds- e sIRoutus and we haund. ev- f
IMpT Pi. tPod; Z.Id ieS Mn. onst re ePalpouseEd.o. F, rank a. Str eet l, tmough we hul nor ou e the om.rt oth it;
neaTmr. a Is. amT: ": oon ina el fa r the Fed-
*rof Clayto M.d Green- FORh 101111111ry f Jo, 1119 m sThen is the .1111 thi ma ae
'WlB ui e. Tekl, ca i Cmn h W aro Pu M ene Clark. Judy aekVPAstMEnis n^ S0 atheh t ime oni0eC
W c M.lRogersr. oand Ma'c Rudge ar thersAaerined efrt nti
Caee And Pets0w a e a tots forsthe Natiolat tI'skiahe alZ cee doe. -ih Thhest. lO the h? of s
BiThe country firiers o ar tde r F A h we huld e od 1.8
I usncounty of Balcri t are Louite Ed-IPt ih uUe. butl& Mbtmne d ol ih
n Lansing, Mich. minTtt orin s c DI Yeu ar 1953a' aea^ ;h
ANhING, tlcu.--(UP)--HEnouah .ude and Carrenl Adams ies the 'O policemen I r aom Balboa, .
seatt Is take by hunters in Mici. country aherW District shot a tie score of 19A h~u UPMflnt
Di in eh year to provide food, The county of "Vocaist hae OUtI possblt e o 00 8eturd"y 2fiNA me(roiainwpSS wokpers thU u
for e .atd 0 average. its ommsoners, S ol at the annual Canal Zone Police i
eSfam o res for a year, accorE line. Nina DBrown, and Pala pistol shoot.pih- Nu T. (hPno tm s tOmI, the
d an a coservaion odffical-s. Hoenowgrvrnrofonf1sh.eyHayes ind H. J.wed'do-
tons of meat are taken by Michi. whisn the toraition of cou,"tv cas the up witner but e hace te omwas A ,0o0en wtdar'tesou. r
gsa hunters annually, 5Hert is vet undeciided as the was.... tb hFhhc,m andoa ubrwllto b-Of
election was a tie. wai hirher on the buflwye erlevel o1 employment ie.er e mbt ea lok
An additios enough furs are teal beaeivndteoaSeneh h foailr the iuuy
r.mainMirabeaver and mink rThe WhinerOneooft ind t he w clervemMsu ,tmhe ltb t. m sorrow
ESI P N MeIu estimated 14.606 fur BOSTON -- (UP) -- A subga-' a noBother BalboaRDis L t e=4hdeat hof

Sr ,a .n," t would make Michigan' -erawled.'"Sorry,_sister.I moar Haye has won the annual-10" Whim
,nie op almos equal to t" tIra." shoot twice bfOre. ud a .. _- A some
Of h ',--,illiars sr ero ,T he stat sugar iued tw ice fnr top place. Nao.9f8y,. sus aa nhe ad e lAunder-
-".M-ye, barley crops.M thde4,wmey m ot
:qmed and manndatd his L-ithAL NOTIC. D=ea with B.e"
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Who'Po t u Like?


Be l-nge-range forecast of-
t r conditionss for the
K"t.r,-New York and Chi-
,- Louis openers in the
League and New York-
wihlngton and Cleveland-
Ohicago in the American. In
h cae, the prediction Is "fair
I mild."
baseball officials are hoping
ai attendance between 217
220 thQusanf at all games.
the treat of rain in some
as mh..t trim that estimate.
day's largest crowd -
lps 40-thousand may at-'
Stle Dodger-Giant opener'
memYork. Carl Erskine, who
2 and. lost six last season,
start against Sal MagUle.
l waL bothered by a bad
last season and had an 8-9
'k.but manager Leo Duro-
r is hoping his return to
a will pull the Giants out of
second division this year.
ome 20-thousand are expect-
at revamped Busch Stadium
it. Louis to se Bob Rush (9-
of Chicago open aialnat
rvey Haddix (20-9) of the
finals. National League of-
ih are hoping the remodel-
of the stadium. the strength-
Ia of the Cardinals and the
that St. Louis is now a one-.
a city all will make for bet-
attendance this season. 1
aless the threat of showers
Nnes a realty. 20-thonsand
expected at Pittsburgh tol
the Pirates start against
Iaelphla. Robin Roberta (23-
Lgo for the Phils against
[ Burkontd (11-).
rs. Dorothy Dolbey vice-
r of Cincinnati--will be-
i. the first woman to throw
the "first ball" in the ma-
Swhen she presides over the
taukeo at Cincinnati lld-
, Mrs. Dolbev will pinch.
If Jor Mayor Edward Wald-
ii Who has been ordered by
.dcter to pass up the game.
4-0ot crowd of 30-thousand
eted to watch Bob Buhl
leaves oppose Bud
Mot IlL*

AIN (13-7) will
t tWahWt sthbpaw Chock
ltobbs (11-8) before an ex-
;. eeo uaWd of M-tounsand.
i Barring rin i. the American
= 9 XMe's largest erowd may
peh eBob Turley '(2-) of
a Bltimore start aainr t
ivGromek (7-9) at Detroit.
SAh .ut.35-thousand fans are
'Mowers may also hold down
the attendance at Philadelphia
SStire Mel Parnell (21-8) of Bos-
tfaees Bobby Shantz (5-O9) of
te. Athletics. Only 12-thousand
A record crowd may turn out
Chicago to see Cleveland and
he White Sox get started. More
than 30-thousand are expected
S'I0. be on hand when Billy Pierce
12k h match'5 latches with
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NEA 8"p4s Editor
NEW YORW, April 12 (NE4l
- 'The Yankee have worn o t
this and other htandicaa
with the fans around the Am
Ican League. ,
No" one else Is doganyth
about the World Ghampions, so
your agent, i -a last desperate
resort, contribul te i. thare
picking them to win ther X
straight peznaz L .-
This is done at -the maent ae-
quest of Hank e g am A
Lopez of the Idias" Fra
Lane and Paul Richard of th
White Sox pnd Joe Cronln "d4
Lou Boudreau of the Re4 SaL,
"If this doesn't put the tll-
Eye Finkle on the Yankees, no-.
thing will" they shout, in uni-
son. greatly relieved.
If the Dodgers don't make It
three in a row in the National
Leag ue, Com loner Frick
ou ght to call n Roy Cohn.
0o. without further warmigd
up. let's stick out the red neck.
After sitting up al 'night, I've
come to only one conclusion. My
kid in Japan could have done a
better Job.
Anyway, here's our prediction
as to how the major league
clubs will finish next Sept. 3.
New York Brooklyn
Boston Milwaukee
Chicago New York
Cleveland St: Louis
Washington Philadelphia
Philadelphia Cincinnati
Detroit Pittsburgh
Baltimore Chicago
The Yankees could .be beaten,
but the question is by whom.
You'd like to pick against them
and this trip not just to be
different until you Inspect the
Red 8ox, White S0x and Indlats.
The so-called Bombers now hlitl
from memory. A half-dozen of
them have grown richer tha._

sW are. rere is ~ sa
featest example of i M
ever plot cab do with a
The Indians have bem to-
ather too long, are .._ rut.
nheyhave become OcreM tre of
SThey're like the obare
stall too. Turn him hsiUe and
he'l dash for stall two, except
tho tie he is quite li to be
lasoe by the Bosox and
ad looked In stall four. '
Te Senators are sorely lead.
Icaplbecause they can't .Oual
ft se. The Athletiu are the
ankees' Junior ar#sty.. .ha
ers are waiting for ame more
ki like Harvey KuIn tq grow
up. Baltimore i nhezt i the
Browns, last place and all.
In the National League, if the
Brooks were a running horse,
they'd be odds-on. The Super-
bas have altogether too much
solid strength.
The others have too n.aaky 4
and weaknesses, are banking too
heavily on promises and hope.
You get into mnino league
pitching too quickly; whe LIe
cussing the Braves and W4alen
Spahn is related to the Dodgers.
The baseball writers with the
Giants should be given some-
thing with their food. They
scribble as though the World
Series were starting tomorrow
with the Giants in it.
A club might win with a
butcher who can hit on first
base, but Isn't likely to finish
higher than fourth with butch-
ers who can hit on first and
third, which is the plight of the
The Phillies have only the two
big 1 pitchers and but one so-

Amador Edges Panama

In Inter-Club Matches
At At
Brazos Brook Amador Total
AMADOR .................... 15 167 3301
PASA .................... 18 1W56 3245
BRAZOS BROOK ...........1484 1349 283
SUMMIT-GAMBOA .......... 1403 1418 21
FORT DAVIS ................ 1099 11"1 2"
The P4nama Inter-Club battled hard over the Fort Amador
course yesterday but couldn't quite match the home club swingers
and had to apttle for runner-up spot again in the annual Inter-
i club matches.
I Amador finished with a 56-point edge and the title once
I again. Yesterday's scores:

He took her gladly given
love and turned it to a
thing of shame!



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R. Arias
C. de la Guardia
E. de la Guardia
M. Arias
A. Arias
E. de la Guardia
Westman /
0. de sa Ouardia
Matheney .
R. Estripeaut
Roberts .
I Rusqell
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Kenna 105
Hamilton 72
Smith 72
Sewell 94
Taylor 99
Olsen 83
Cramer 104
Bearlil 73
Mills 90
Braid 91
Total 1676
Riley 67
Crocker 79
French 67
Williams 74
Hoverson 86
Engelke 67
Day 49
Richmond '79
Lewis 83
Prier 65
Compton 72
Huldtquist 44
Staats 45
Noonan 74
Raymond 67
Orvis 69
Francey 69
Humphreys 71
Duncan 73
Totals 1349
Lewter 63
Chadwich 67
Jankus 78
Asarien t78
11W ,e 71
.- chstedler 73
Hinkle 96
DesLondes 87
Trim 85
Hutchin '71
Engelke 72
Goodih 73
Braon 75

= r59
CTmt 73
WlN 68
Tattamburn 50
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Pacific Divisional

Softball League

Teams W L Bot.
Cerveceria NaL 8 0 1.000
Army Trnp. 6 2 .'I7
National Di.6 3 .
Pan Ideal 5 4 .5t
Navigation 5 4 .56
Navy 5 4 .8
Quarry Heights 3 6 .3
Commisary 3 6 33
746rth Engineers 1 7
Ordnance Clb 15 1 7 .125
Monday: Quarry Heights Vs
Commissary (Consolation SB-
Tuesday: 7 5th vs. Ordnane
Club 15 (Consolaton Series).
Wednesday. navigation
Pan Idel (Pl-f for four
Pan Ideal, 5 Navy, 4
Pan Ideal sqUieaed throh to
a 5-4 decision over Navy IB
pla-off gamen of the P
Divisional Softball League to
clde the wner of the

Navy has e
sudden-death Csatfe
Pan Ideal wNlt Lota
Wednesday. Th winery f
tilt will mol into the
densie d to The laoee

In ino nt

pitcher. Vasa)l opp
mound vitoryI wvitl as -t

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7G6 per.,
r.3 qdesmy over

of 1 Tic-
anoen apinst
ibg). 19 defeats
S won the
@ 1. victories

over Mui
1-0. Stevq
ed undisp
place In t
Withh a 12

ey Vernon drove in five
S a homer, double and
to to give the Senators a
trmu a over the Piratee.
0 withem's three run
Swith two out in thqe th
'lapped a 5-all tie and
I Cinnatf to an 8 to 8
ph over Detroit, as both
m id Redlegi wound
i n their respective eir-
Cubs relied for eight runs
e fou Innin to defot
hite BoX, to. Hal Jef-i
the converted outfielder,
. ..econdapp)earance onh

Cricket News

P p Morris 1 1 5 7
a Pe rC.C. 3 4 311
12:0 p.m.: fLea3 vft Crarell)
at Paraiso. Spatn Covely
at La Boca.
Seymour AgenCy, 143 for 5;
Clove vely, 138.
.hffip Morris, 137 for 0; Crag-
well, 4 for 5 (Drawn).
ieym A Agrefe, 141 for 5;

Roy Best's eymour Agency,
formerly La Boca C.C, bounced
back into first place tte with
CagweHll C.C., by saorn an Im-
sve ctory over John Tu-
do o ly C.C,the early sea-
so pacesets d the axprsol
Colon Pacfc Cric Leaue.
BAttatn on a p wrfot wcket.
Clovelly quickly up 1381
runs of which Theodore Jam.-
mott contributed a hasty-U. Sey-
mour Agency went to bat at :05
pa.) and went ater to bowing
p vigor. James d hedlr
S formInaki
lovell, CC. ,
1; Irving-Moore, I: Oscar ynoe.
9: Albert Nicholson,11 Ra% h
12; Oscar Q 1
MoRe Brthwalte, e1.,
Jo 63; Jose p L .kt"
Pinto, -T.
;e. : Extras, al 7.
r Ag Sm d
48 not out: Roye
Berave. 13 Wlred M
Huntey Dunn, 7. (mtir). Id-
gar Roberts, S; arcu -
num, 14 not out:. mal, 9;
taL 143 for I W' ta "
Seymour Agency: C, Orwm,.
1-1; W. Fords, 4-8W A. B1Mm,
1-19 c. Lashly, 2-44; I. RLfb--
sfts. 1-17; =. BligraNW 0-3L
Covey C.C..J. A .eyn e.I-
49; Osar Ro e0-34,J: UWrath-
waIte, 0-6; .More,.0-4,
I flT p sduMP ft k,
CrvwD CAD..L fwsr
.held ,Te h a glim Dia-
teadoCragwell t to.d a dw
which gave a mor vietory to

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-bri ,-a bate f t'0lip
M rrig with a EVW 47.'

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Team W L Pet
gasn ......... 15 .601

C .al ......... 19 18 .SI
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The Balboa Armed YMOA
WarmUTp Basketball League
wing into acten tomorrow. The
league will be composed of five
service teams which is smaller
then in years past.
GOmes will be played on Tues.
day nights with the first game
getting under way at 7 p.m. The
second game Is scheduled for
1:20 p.m.
Teams entered are Fort Clay-
ton, Far Fan Radio, Quarry
Heights, Marine barracks and
Port Kobbe LifeUliners.
7:00 p.m.-Fort Clayton vs.
Far Fan.
8:20 p.me-Quarry Heights vs.
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New York (Ry s 13-at
Washington (b, s)**). -
Fair aN adl0m, A2:30 a.,
ttn ( 21) at .m-
ephi (Shant 5-9). MEdl
with posble abowers, 12,000;w .
2:05 P-m.
Balimore (Tuiey 24). atve
trolt (Gromek 64a).-CoolwI
polble showed 30,000, 2:1:
Cieeland (Watn 1TY1
Chisago (Pinere" iaV ). Parnd
moderate, o0s00, 2:30 pat.

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Written for oeivise
Question: With a runner a
third base, the pitcher strtW
his windup. The runMer bluMf
going home. Confused, the pitch-
er drops his arms and stepe btck
off the rubber. What's that?
Aiwer: It's a balk. TL, W 1
mer aeores '
Q. What is the proper Way fr
a catcher to hold his titotwia
hand when receiving a pitch?
and it strikes the) wdwBe it
Ins a semi-ek"N u tlet tahe

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8ACRAMENTO (NRA) A was it?
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ed at the Pacific Coast Inter- enly Ifr a aete .mw
collegiate boxing Tournament Japanm. .. ..
here Q' Outftlteldr .
The collegians same up with wbo tiled oeat ,e D !M1
mitts that have elastic bands a- this spring, A e"InTa.,
round the writs, tonal e In five deprt-
Thls eove, it o claimed, w inment, What we. _A .?
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i looked for. w us th me of ahode b A Am veternm o
O w e alr Topng air e emutoth* O id
ofnd, wasdo tough a nide wa in wh his pt c fbulUon tor a

we rtythat y O t setaM t yearim One a thap to
th had ow. w .

The se sale of Vileas to the Cards for eat 000 though uers.n-
Slooked for. was Just e of thote thlng. A fadng veteran who
es 1ag e aom Ding t etid t akd to afor an e upct, to, eyoung-

4m D.orl%& eerybde ... l n l the
tidL wou fhve taen te.the n#oEm I n understandemg etide.
What picioned bitter reacted ron and presumably khee team morale
IT 'E 'D"'tigAwasderoated byLWebbwbhobruphed himfanas
"His $50,000 salary was too big. 'What we, go tit him this
we 't get next year. One take that Is
aim" eJ^b5|S |bs.b hold on to their p1 long.
Weiss had saId Rainbi was sold be-
cavse'of "camoi." Raschi was a holdout at the time. So
were sevral flakes veterans. Welss' sharp action was In-
tr d circle as a gn-or-elis threat to the others.
WN9 -aebb %ro de to make Itlea the Yankees wareprimariy
Int* bb feltng that Webb and Weiss had occupied the head-
aes longO enough, Topping decided to get into the act, too, even
t it 120U0adtpass igup 4gqlf pigeon andmilngllng with'the
Yankees are overconfident." he pouted. "Just because
*they w nyapeanants, they think nobody can beat them. They
meRet that Iea out of their beads."
This was not typical of the grand old man of baseball. It
was suspicloned he read from a prepared sheet.


: me hre= n t anoe s iudauvn u ed a u anu, aurter, U
hat'lmnhe eventually bowed, it was on his own, proved to be
oeuisly m ialeadin I, laWd been informed he came back only
,- wheabes dleovered how slow business wa tI M Aito les. Actwual-
y _l~mib allh. aendd ble lweiht _Oe "e .oE-
to release the pitaker.- Whe a writer ivio e fauM a um&
-^Caka Bai~nuA' W h cub

SMantle's ke is only one problem he poes.. O g him to
.'ieteet the cutw hour Is another. Ste gel hoped h'd be able
'to-ftep bubble kum mord firmly In l this year, what with his
J/ pal. Billy MartJir gone, but he Jum tbel th.rafes again in Miami
some days badk. A fellow celebrant. Whitey Pord, was also tag-
gdd for Stangel's kenual when th hotel manager complained the
sear-dawn exuberance had gone tooe ar.
All of which is decidedly un-Yankeelike behavior. Hereto-
forp the good-tim. Charlie stayed down when the manager
mnacked them down, or els they were shipped elsewhere. Mantle,
Martin and Ford were recurring beadaehes for which Stengel had
no emedy last sea. Although he act's been cut to a twosome
S F'aparent Qvp os er as strong a ever.
V TInrt ape- i erye .they need to bleeueto- No. 6
W beliW hk baePn -be beat-

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TAMPA, Fla., Arll 12 (NrA)- rotation. Joe Nuxhall Is beginning
W imilt isn't saying much the to "see." Harry Perowski and
Reds, gived n respehtble p itbln gP Bud. Podblelan are the kind a
u have t bet lb manager, starts while looking for
years. so. eone better. Herm Wehmeer
Gas Bell, Ted Klusewwsk, Jim is the sameld Wehmeier, always


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t-ar lal oh..o
Vic UP6ie, "moh M=v
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Iaea 'with an ever-ar T,
neerii w his m while
SBegan and IPatten were
Stheh aehot. e te

With four holes to play, Bo.
gam needed at least one birdie
t6:te. It. was a typical Hogan
clIlne iR and he met It by roll-
In" in two tries from 60 feet on
the par five 15th and parred the
let three for a round score of
75-medlocre for him.
The two S2e were the high-
eat ares ever to stand p
through four round of the
Meters, Honn N last year
with a r rd 4. 14 u der
p i contrast to his one-over
ti yesterday.
The Augusta National Club
founded W Bobby Jones, an-
nounced the prize money was
being increased by 150 per cent
to $3500. So Hogan and Snead
meet today, not only to decide
which takes his tired Masters
crown but- to pad their pocket-
reks as well the winner's
Actually the tie for the play.
off was anUti-climatic after the
33-year-old Patton, a Carolina
lumbermap, shot a four-under-i
a t2 oar whis pli ora tie
b n. gnead" ilrtend4ort of
Itat this point ana the maJorlty
or th_ crowdq was pullln for the

Mlu gln m UUBIM 5iuJu, uruve
the pa three o12th adthree-
outted. Re went Into.a ditch and
took a penalty asttke and lbs-
ed his approach for a hrren-
dous seven on the 13th. But the
amateur had the nerve to birdie
the 15th and corm home In par
for a 71 and 290 to stand a
stroke behind Soead.
' Hogan had leodnbad by three
strokes but the 19U triple crown
winner, regarded as the great-
est golfer of his tim. wasn't
himself yesterday afternoon ex-
cept for the extra special some-
thinR that got him into a play-
Hogan started off bad by miss-
ing a six-foot putt on the first
hole for a boge. but got back
with a birdie on the short three
by dropping a 20-foo0ter-his on-
ly long putt off the day. He bo-
geyed the six when he approach-
ed short and tried to get down
from the edge of the green with
his putter.
Turning with & 37, Hogan
looked like his 41-year-old
frame ef grit and muscle
might be rIvlx out when he
hooked Into the water, to* a
penalty and ovrhot the par-
four lith for a double bogey.
On 14 he three-butted to drop
back another stroke and Snead
had him by stroke. But he
played it neatly fom the fringe
t get down in two on 15 and
came in with par any one of
whlch might have become a
birdie with a little putting luck.
He just mLined nudgeds of six. 10
and IS feet on the last three
Snead also complained that
his putts refused to drop al-
though he said he toke them
better than ever before In the
After scrambling thr o uh
three holes In nar -e was wild
and: lissed a 41lbooter to take

drove thr"n h on the short sixth

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"Thils'f6-out. latest
clubs I ever exclaimed
tbl, critle. !Ih a but
it' laiy. 5ire'i'ws much
satading ground. o'Nelll tries to
break up standing groups, but
the players ust .a.._ tle.."
You can readily lng ne how
deep such a thN.It uld go into
the hide of any. manager, es-
peclally one keenly aare that
his team must huie to the lim-
it If it is to have Ichance. The
Phila. third lat year. haven't
strengthened *, Muinch as the
Dodgers and Braves. Hustle wlU
have to take up the slack.
"And we've got it," Steve re-
torted, sticking out all of his
Steve concedes he hastft ex-
actly had his veterans under
forced draught, but denies that
this proves laziness or com-
placeney. ^
"What is spring training for?"
he asked. "I had a lot of kids I

Along The Fairways

The Amador Ladles Spring
Handicap Tournament gets un-
der way tomorrow. Paring for
this event asr fllws:
D. Hamilton & eiSulah McNelly
A. French A Bye
E. Kenna & S. Carpenter
U. Hammond & C. Bishop.
Margaret Abarr f S. Smyser
Barbera ClBrk & J. Taylor
Helen Miller & Bye
Lou Oroe ft Ge. T
Roberta Harr i& OlorIa Peres
grion Tubba Mary Janda
n Truman Bye

lies Philies Are Lazy,

Robin Will Be Bobbin'
had to see Find out what they "The lumps he took th spring
could do. How could I Judge' don't mean a thing" aured 0'-
i unless I played elll. "I rmmob el-
The veterans didtnt beg or or lr used to be in the spring. m
I lo during their stlne, he as- akin about when he was n
ud you, aid they're in top M prle, too. He got his spring
tl Thi went espeally for Robin Okin"
Roberts, who as aoe of the pitch. O'ell talked freely and ad-
SIng staff was certain to be tap- miringly of the Dodgr and
p pod for the openin game despite Brves, the teams 1e must beat.
n inofferent showing. The Be was easily voluble on the
Sbin hadn't been bobbin' along Giants, Whom he regarded, with
e with any great degree of chlr- the great Wlle May back, as
tplneso. LaprIme sleeper.
"He'l be ready when the season
Startt" O'Bedll dcle'i corfl- But he lamumed,up when ask-
y. "ere's no g wog e r oy few or on t
;.with him, and I wantto ep tmeits of Feller and
him i Lt owa. He got in abt .
Slike he wanted to-- -. iw and le aglely sidestepped the
elrs he a sI r L ahae a e"

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ealme is worthy 0 the peduetin
yet all the more inporm stables
cin laNew Yor k Early races
e remarkably well with fit
borses ger to run. With a2N
thr hbred MMquartered at the me-
trhp@ta plan ts, the trouble was
get# stall dr steeds nomhat-l
yThe only difference in New
ork np gisB t ei s years.lr hew
eftop o twe-year-oldC, a other
runners being year oldest ia d
the eUs latI of thme Impfre
City Association, which y o u n g
Jim Buft operated at Jamaies
without a course of his owe since
World War II.
So It's practically the same old I
wheel, starting at Jamaica, mov.
lg on to B Aqueduct. B Sa
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back around eagl
G ivin u a Idea the
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Tom lool and NavI =aIaer, the
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April 12 ( UP One Of

ster ous "death barrier" pe know theI 'n r l
"Lnt ean thanyrlahe ehxpanunonyfeld
upn hopes ofsolving n- racket clung to the under d The hoodde a mis-
u1 othruee riddled with eight cra A on she's oer -
e S was not an- TWENT.Y-NINTH EARP AtNAMA,I. P, MONDAY hIIL 12WN, 54 'O .

battle Of Britain. Hes a
eat pilot for the DeHav l rs uti Bd
Sto outlaw the Cos have been completed t Co hh manufac

his hand and broade- ia e
.by-p~ly account ab he
.throuw the "death
speed'c les Sir Mir m'es
"degombbarripe hfor the WASHINGTON, April 12 (UP)- may be Increased sone -over the
uonal doubt," President senower as order- llo dollars or iginallywas by cont

Salready dinningcult bluepInts h be drafted without de- by Predent sar py Nc ot budi ng, apparently after Acty e Pa hai for
ob ofe f BI." la for addpublic wo rknal program fiscal 1955 beginning next Jhootng ve

n d the House Judi- ost of the present plans are or But am ta source Police sad powd bur d Tha -

m tte that after en- water resources projectsad however, that the or- governments should do the bulk t hot by 11- _del_ _rina c__ _t Vin._la_ __-a_ __ _ __ _t h
of ouch legadqlation ite dams and related flood control, nav innGo ea wrSants qtinhe S ealrtnwo who isd as a dru tr. Ad u u tw
By._TO_, does--Un.t mean any large expansion field. 1

would take "at leat igaon irrigatiokin adth e foreseeable Any fed eral increases1, r bly leaped from the car jut the pent e A M as "v I wa
as S before a final t ie power colanst are for vitally wl requre states thota Ito th e crash. ko.pep of ae101-sl. Cueaaal r "h iS ,"Iu di l
seful.rohts such as dams, more ofthe w load., O o allegedronahdcotnca vaos u aieel. "

10 -&-year..-r I e.
ub"h ouglaor n- ,e racket, clung to e the unde rworld Th e hoodlums csme ..ade a mise .

mentbdngs and hospitals. e Ro-h we leowhostAhim a r fOi-. a. t
-If they are not built on an emer- e today and refused to tellpo take Ii.BI I-.ia asquealh -

FW Snlgatln viacelon arom ovnriSea FhR Upitedtaes son were frs Commusto newain Wilfred cod In
gie n- M a sr t L isn "I a bis a n ed to cas re-u o f a "io n a et pcr- whI,.thi Sd k ..h .. ... of.r =14 A,.
tth seem to be" and havfuture years whenf dlomaic efforts n on the Korean war
t, _.e- niPaty, Tw P ndd, at
u r ur-.Pape riddled with eight blle t-a.P..so

nbr ed thseAmitn- Vha siy ptm i* a puTreo noers ere swung"O o Ihtween qau s y lo se anR f wre. rested f in s crack- NEWa er

a Attrn1eerl U Pe amre eon f 12edi oadyol a re w t ereunconsciousnessrat i.a b on Dall Iy oOd ownbylocal and1 t ar ltge Monanom la ?lit l
Attorney Geer alHerbertaeo bll dolrs tha M ranant police maintained tahi "mode watch. ni.les ea flareo A pgV5 sorgs and Vacks m ilorOm

see r omeahion s- ar ne sacmid thatweeI Blt a wo ocPom t a oa Amercan dd woh not phreventhe Ara ShAR ddS- S at ever Co ne der an o"chetrao
el today opposed leIgsla- of federal public works projects. in s) ao i a- w nd rh h -w I a l

toto he Co- Blueprints hav e been comp o elected Dae Bto officers said nthe? Mn hThs 'yea ane Mko$
party andmake mem- for abouton a billion t manhs. D.orneIeud .sn e me n d ba de a cd,. o n
crimr.e.,Plas fo.--crrm. . in rCare i n n A HI T Ap l 12 ( ) in ab tg OS at o tens d regruat nud g e' soB bihto4h lst .. . U-a"ek

crime..M ass .or ,7e n0,1sP1,0111ar n l re n cl -. bsin's".e:" ; -
u s aid such legislation various e sa th completion. ist Romana has re Rhichhisbrother, James Papela ouu ir e h -
,oi titut onal doubts" President a enhowerehass order Waed two young brothers once 36, was killed. Ba o oAis e k .b .A mw? I4 r .on- I5 reCr de HA

n.eH S af tere n-- c-ana bas their n l w crae d to an a rt- ma-o ..about t lt - -- ,
-.., underground" and of the bincompee lasand that tr, $AWiaVey a ?a tuio

th eir e O nyn d -me r c awpe nt sh ent o r ayo adp 'aert- l.,i on o f t he orh m Pom 1 t e
Tth alre difficult bluepi honts be drafted without de-Ila paret t en building, apparent ly after Aet -alled tpe haro oddr th l o r tei a
b o B "tor adIri-tint projects. I dn Lg for the Reds.f r the o- .o
Tm sor ba ore aIda nr..n.o. tb o. .' ,'
the- Houeu-,oa eres aret oda. tat tenan ouths. Policesaid powdeft burns in di .Thc as ..documted a aT Tieo. S, sidhl e it.
mit that e- watr reourcs prject suc rCUT vacated the Papes were shot b22as-ulideef.ia rd

of such legislation It dams and related flood conrolnay ConseoDua Aa s h w l
would ake "at least igaton,i irrigation adn hydroelec- eesr ,weeturn. q'ilantssitt. In n the rear s. "eatwbo-who_-. had, adu g0
e fobnpe rontuinovroAmi n e to- rre apedom the tcarlo Jt ThAlan -spent,..As"M* otm .es

aifelbmefWAporetaINGnalNtrAprpow1r(UPnstmuction..mvertomonehorauphoritr itIt o w-z
onsperending thereabyetheir flathr m alet h eo e tthePceoas.e v0 th f tg It leo ote sa ee
o~lo nn Its constitution- Federal public works day at Munich. They weDvi met eotr e s cacsh.if ed .ow .eitlpayC dewte ui a lhl d Is b ee
em plor e e who a "ded, the eorgescu of.-New York,,whohad sled h gsl 1r tisitW1 10.l e. a I -ay b e .
t h legislation would Pled not seen them f nor seen yeaorts. eepShher, led b

S. conviction of a 6hdSays One tof their firsteadts .was...o. eneckld.edb e 011t6,a. Weatherus. hof
hr cm ns iatelepbhozitee their rdemotherinNewthe Pe aeer---h
.- -...i-bwoul m. vro. -, York. Through the long yeao, ofi t. o ,.
dutask." 8he f hoopofse her rd a" w tep r do the Tha
Ith-Aupfea oeoheet eoinge mentA'onsCommunins hrl d
.. ....pAoln.Asd:-o t n n emido"believ
t u. bys who wl comeoa t e-tho t e d WAekle.. .,ane w rei
"t"10 o 'hR U-,ths oe f r Co imnilst n ewsm n W ilfrd,. .
sof r ,M .C.rtby aren't bias th... a re s ofe ad to n "-AtbA oflthep
plus the e .rl mis .. .. taeunity. roned tupI n Indochina today O md.J
of-btreimeasures redPr-H It i ensident lenhotere DuoSeeen-'AM- 0, he today
theoftate Johnes t i on oS tl.t e- e Jo hnPotr ules to.
aIePup --oT coneswasn'tigrmo p nsAer mistie ommissinncnogiosee
mabercCarthy-Army row made to the Soviet satellite.r portnadsi
erec i staeutasaidit has b 'end"blown up" The'ad weelfhnd e nWare rdis n o 115iste so Printew *ttnrike.ea c
commensatio beyond its importance. their home country in 1947 when where in north Viet Nam" that Jornai ln the dA.my-McCarthy rift A.' E+che3O e

PerseImiortant Hall said it 01hot be Communists and decided to re- described the growingCove"of th sub-sh la id"o Br eAt.
"be- ehe efightingein the eight-year-olddon"Poh. Jo- wein, te a a

matote.elet Ow two boys come to Amer- He did not say where the In- the Army.."h-drives2Neae
,ttut aetrnig 'nhecap.,Las$lmay.however the pa- dust -les sCommunit fore -
tei a, has r qnt .were approached by Jhria- got If the.eapons. norudidt"hel- - .-
KarlLMundt Dsoat their htbaer4,"ito lt

Insecurity ca2a: ty's N a aiso was mafia anat Israeit Chtarger.s s'"orequest. "Cell 'eI black margwtDu= Ca-T
dt a kifmy steps are tak.Wneog madeagaired Aabsn Rrnana a Ief .,

-n. oiklMlova, ma. 36-year4ild bond said s.e seemed t" thiWnk sW..+.
plOas to stay behi bars was still "S'e has INvOlved or impilfated
something of i eatery. qe a let ofl people here ler
tryavid 'see of then hive
iey attorney, Jhn W. Breman., bee eallfa her up."
Wooeshe pably e bl he Miss Mikallova who gsred
oaseof S.W bo. d any-me at a hotel b er a;Mrs. al I.
she wishn es-a' lsn" tflEA. se said s e is a Russian nati

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