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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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System ID: AA00010883:00356
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-en. Mcarthy ind
atw -s
cated today he will insist on the
right to crose-examine all wit-
V'to Augusta specl- nesses who testify at the tele-
=em reasonA: vised hearings on hisow with
o L6ndon ad Paris, Thursda-y.
edto lay the foun- Te Wsconsin Republican
t -natiqn defense went into a cdoased meeting with
outhestMnt section the Senate Permanent Investi- OLE
heat Asia. Includes qatin B subcommittee for a the Nati
here Frenc' forces showdown on his role in the In- a u d
for exi tence a- vestlgat io
lualst troop. He told newsmen he will fe 0 a
ron plans for a a bill O articulars---whatever yk
ni In-Panr they we*"-in answer to the
ako plans for the Arnn's ceibplalnt that he and
a m conference Rey M. Conn. the Subcommittee
L hfOamm. counsel, used "impoer means" KW
bitde f Ibofore in Sn effort to obt in special -
a i -de- privileges for Army Pvt. C. Da-
.ums. y vid flhine. .
VB. 4 g m Schine, now stationed at Capmp PC 1
T sm usi a&m- Gordon, Ga., was in Washlng-
httdao ton, It was learned. Presumably
e- nnel h it he was brought here for ques-
meiaeFDferMce as tioning by the staff Q1 special. An m
c ounsel Ray H. Jenkins. hired by vision fof
__ -_ the subcommittee to conduct the pervisng
SInquiry. fence arc
One biR question was whether critobal
SMcCarth will take an active tamed
part In the hearings. clay'y t
U"I thM It wi be n"aa2 Guard
for Me 'o utlo wtne
wee 5at In

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ISHAP The tI ed OVer lrat. Y On
Jonal RIuwway W tf irstigang seek

rt the heavy traffic M the nte Over
hioe traveled -terior tWeen Wed and
y. None of the ,*aenItrs who were riding t the bus
at the tmstae f aeent was tlnered.

National (uard Detains

Foreman 04 Fencing Job

to aenbWDl- IjnaZiaanal Is responsible for
wan whtnbW d been su-1 intttag sewers, sttiets and
cQ lon. of a ter ures oq the piece of
d the New d k asNew Cristobal'to
in nl-l, was deo- h' US government re-
r thirty ilnuTe u trained I land title, after sov-
,he "anaM Natlona erelgn.ra transferreid to Pan,
rho i ir -Lm h .:, .-.




HANOI. Indochina. APriI 19 -
(UP) Communist rebels at-
tacked from a newly-w o n
strongpoint before dawn today
and drove defending French
union forces off the north end
of Dien Dien Phu's main air-
The rebels had captured the
strong punt an advance post
on the northwest end of the
airstrip, with artillery aqd in
hand-to-hand combat on Easter
A French high command
spokesman said the Communists
had made some encroachments'
on the airstrip, main link in the
supply-man power air-lift to the
be eged fortress.
Rebel attackers springing from
an outpost later, blasted a bulge
lnto Dien Bien Phu's Main Air-
The strip is nqw too short for
tranports to tae off.
Thdi set-back also meant the
hardput garrison will be unable
to evacuate increasing numbers
Of wounded except by, helicopter
unless thwFrench can regain the
lost grO
A J j p A.L-

Plan Would




N orti


LONDON, April 19 (UP) Britain might SUpn
truce in Indochina if the Communists could be seeo.f
in .northern Indochina while a political settlement i .
ing worked out, informed sources said today.
This would be a major change in o"icial pqHl,
which previously has demanded a political settwlemit
"There must be no appeasement, no self out, but
there should also be no ultimatum," one source suld.
Such a truce might lead to aR -
temporary partition of Indochi- r A
na, but British sources said this FHA IncoW '
country was anxious to avoid the
problem of another divided Ko-
Unlike Korea, there is no bat- Tax Files
tie line ia Indochina-just Iso-
lated pock.ti of. friend and foe. .
une g oCommniits are i
"penned up" in North Indochl- i -
na they would be fme to oon- ...
qHer the country by infiltration '
unrinu ihe nrectlauons official AUGUSTA. ia Afntt 0n 1 .

. TOKYO, April U1 (UP)-The
uspan e Coast Guard suggested
day o that the U. S. Navy carry
'out a wid study of the ef-
.-fcts of rasdttfmBon marine life
after i tsnext hydrogen bomb test
.gad to see whether ocean cur-
V' rents might be sweeping radioac-
tive ashes to the, shores of Asia.
The coast guard said 'that by
wsatag bits of radioactive dust as
Sa guide the U. S. Navy could ex-
e mysterle underwater cur-
'inoludiig the Japanese cur-
.I'qt whioh maes a gigatic, Ia
sy ai*It from the testing grounds,
upp .e coast of Japan aTd west-
'w*uk toward Alaska.
k Japanese government Geigeit
a e found ahighdefree o
: radio a vit n i tuna as far as
1,000 *li away from the Eni-
,,jwetotUikin proving *site. T he
Vast Ieaid. JP a note delivered
StM.t tilelgnA Office today, said
gnew data ws needed to carry out
of "slegBaprdin ,aviga-

the Foreign Office agrees,
w will be forwarded to the
U*; nbassy here t be deliver-
S ,the U. S. Far Eastern Naval
with headquarters at Yo-

Maen Who oie Jar how to
fish for tuna, sank last night a-
bout ten hours outside of Cris-
tobali It was reported today.
The survivors of the unfortu-
nate craft were picked up from
the water by a sister-ship, the
Yolande Bertin, which was fish-
ing nearby with another group
of Frenchmen.
The Yolande Is due In to Cris-
tobal this afternoon.
Last week about 18 Frenchmen
arrived in Panama to begin a
short training program on tuna
fishing. Most of them had been
fishermen In France, and were
recruited there and flown toj

H4eap bng. r
On Austrian Alps
VIBMNNA, Austria, April 19 (UP)
-New avalanches heaped "a-
cute" danger today on the snow-
clogged Austrian Alps where 10
German schoolboys and their
three teachers vanished in a
flash blizzard on their Easter
Again the rumble of snow-
slides echoed down from Mount
Dachstein, the lofty Alpine peak
on which the little band of 13
vanished last Thursday. They
were among 22 persons dead or
missing in the white Easter that
spoiled thousands of tourists'
weekend plans.

Balboa Parent Shoots It Out

With Compressor, Bucky, Bucky

A Balboa parent used a rifle ed to Canal Zone police. He ask-
yesterday to make sure his ba- ed them to have the jack ham-
by's quiet sleep was not disturb- mer shut off as It was a "public
ed. nuisance."
However, when the law enforc-
When the shattering noise of ers told the 28-year-old Smith
ia Iaelhammer, operating in the they had no control over "nor-
Flats area on-Easter morn, con- mal construction methods" used
stantly awakened his month-old by contractors, he aid he would
baby, Hugh B. Smith complain- take care of the matter "in his
own way."
S An hour later, the appeased
parent walked into the station
and gave himself up. He told po-
lice he fired;a bullet from blhs 36
Remlngton- rifle into the jack
hammer's compremssor, putting it
out of commission.
"I shot If aadXim glad," he
was said to have told police.
This afterAOon, Smith, an
Electrical Division employee will
be called before the Balboa Mag-
itrate to answer charges of
usin a firearmin a. townsite. He
has :another child, 22 months

I .Rus'ans .o e

OB AND IlS WIPE Wall Street broker Patrick B.
and bisa wife read a congraLlt Utory telegram at New
mus. rfter he won control of the half-billon dollar
MNew Maven and artford Railroad from president
tdsir.Ck &Q Dumaine, Jr.

Wife Of Spy
Off To Moscow
CANBhA, AustralIa, April
19 IUP) Four Rusians
swept out ot the SovIet Em-
bfasy lt a big blaek -Cadilae
today h utw the wife of eon-
feamed p~y Umir Petter on
her way aek t Meosew.
Jost like a e ofWt f a
Weilyweod a
the high-pewrede seeal
ped thiMrbh ask ibte ad m
raeed dewn the hip ways to
Sydey. -
There Ms. eter, weln-
sgaroed, will tbead, a. e
earri her toward teo-

- -.' 3

A Canal spokesman
the work has been s
"no -plans an under
moment to proceed

ra t th<

As closely aU could be checked
today, within a few hours time
this was the,. first occasion o0
wllhich a work permit was eve;
requested, #&spokesman said.
The foreman, who wras taker
of the lob by the Colo& division
of the Na14o9al Guard, was re-
leased aft ',about a half-hour'm
By a special agreement, the

* NEW YORK, April 1 (UP)-
e Newpapaer executives of the U-
nie States and Canada gathered
here today for their annual con-
d ventib6-,a four-day series of con-
e. ferences on industry problems
n and progress, widch will be cli-
r maxed Thursday night with an
addieas by President Eisenhower.


Some 1,200 executives were ex-
pected to attend the 68th annual
convention of the American News-
paper Publishers' Association.
Pro iid e nt 'isenhower will
speak at the annual dinner of the
Bureau .. advertising of the AN.
PA. T#eaddresr will be the con-
cludin; evant of the convention..
A highlight of today's, activties'
was an ad4res by Amb akdor
Henry Cab.t Lodge, Jr., U. S.
chief reprsentsaiye to the Unit-

- Sumner Pike, former Atomic
Energy Commissioner, Insists
there was never any indication
Dr. J. Robert Oppenheimer tried
to slow up development of the
hydrogen bomb.
He blamed the delay on "dis-
appointing developments" and
arguments about facilities.
Pike, a Maine Republican busi-
nessman and AEC member from
1946 to 1951. said doubts cast on
Oppenheimer's loyalty were "in-
"I Almost wonder if there isn't
some other motivation behind
the apparent one In bringing
these charges at this time," ,'e

penheimer, one of the na-
tion top atomic scientists. is
-.Z a~ 1%-j ho AR

BalbOt ferry service. *wi again ed N fl, b l.efsnted uer sol'w.' u
be tusend, from .8 o'clock atPress m bers at lunch In the n security charges. A speci,
night 5'q cloCk In themorn- Welderf-Astoia Hote L three-man board is investigating
beginning today, through the case.
lFrtay. The ferry service will op Unitef Press and International
rate in the daytime = usual. News Service executives -began Chairman Harold H. Velde of
The service will be pus ended their annual conferences today, the, House UN-American Activi-
at night to permit extens ve re- and the &P held its annual mem- ties Committee said it is entire-
pairs to the p li structures at bership meeting. The ANPA spe- ly postlbte" that 0penhctimer
the ferry slia.a Wq will be cia. standing committee held an "contribu to a dea bcon
done at niht to cause a mini- all-day session on labor relations. struction of the H-bomb. He
mu f no0e11 o'tesad the AlC should develop
mum blid. enieee to the tht'point fully in its investia-
The previous lnterapton to R tio n
the ferry eryo e oc ted be- eyboI Returwnns
tween ApW an Ap 9, which chers
tweenalso a e low tides. Gov. J. eybod returned to La Boca Teachers
oDrgah bariod, when the the Canal Zone Friday after an T ni
work was done a night and absence of *bout. a week In o 0 Me Tiolnight
service operated ag usual during Washington. j
the daytime hours, extnenive re- The La Boca Parent-Teachers'
pairs were made to the west fer- He made, the. trip to Washing- Association will hold a special
ry ramp. ton in connection with company meeting tonight at 7:30 at the
This work will be completed businses. During his absence, Lt. school. I
next week and repairs made to Gov. R 0. Paxson was acting This will be the last meeting
the east ferry ramp. governorr. to be held this semester.

CommitteeReleases Ridgway's

Views On Free-World Defense

Ridgway, U.& Army Chief off ed. programmed for assignment to
Staff, said German divisions to 41 military missions and mill-
could not be "battle ready" in On the military situation in tary assistance groups in other
less than 18 to 24 months Korea and Indochina, Rldgway countries by June 30, 1954.
even if their inclusion in EDC observed that although the re- In all, he said the 41 missions
forces were approved, deployment of Communist Chi- or groups will be active in 28
General Ridgway testified re- nese forces resulting in their foreign countries.
cently on defense matters in va- withdrawal from Korea gives
rious parts of the world before them a greater capability for Military missions will be main-
the House Appropriations Com- employing the same force in tained in Ecuador, El Salvador,
mittee during har on Army other areas he did not regard Guatemala, Honduras, Panama,
appropto fr fiscal year this threat as "grave." Paraay. P Venezuela Boll-
1955. f He added. however: via, O@h oa, Costa Ric Cuba
A teu of the hearings has now "But I ewrtalay would say and N ir Of these the
been released to the press. that it p i a moe serious largest m o will be maintain-
Ridgway spoke f elxsting sitatUes that it did a year ed In VenetzUla.
Jappanese' security force as or-1 age."
iUaMsd solely for defense. Discuss the U. 8. Army's Military ssjtanee groups ill
S1e salt e M be f r rspOs i outside the be active a thile, CoRomuba,
geritMlr In a a ew u ft ate., Bsigway said a asupMor, Pes at SW gruag

SuP rr' Joor i Indochlriese
truce w lut.a peotltsl settle-
ment m.ld bt a meIn of-
ficlat LM&b' ";',l.o t o firm
.rlttPh o been
put 4or ources
The official British view has
been tat there .could be no In-
Olocln truce without al imul-
taneous political settlement.

Jordan Radio

Charges Two More

Israel Attacks
JERUSALEM, April 10 (UP) -
Jerusalem radio charged that
Israeli forces made two attacks
on Jordan territory today.
The broadcast said an Israeli
patrol crossed into Jordan in the
Latun district early In the day
and engaged national guard de-
fenders in a 15-minute fire fight.
An hour later, the broadcast
said, Jewish forces opened fire
on the village of Burdkus In the
Ramallah district.
No Arab casualties were re-
ported. Arab defenders reported
finding Israeli equipment, spent
cartridges and bloodstains after
the nine-man Israeli patrol with
drew from Latrun, the broad-
cast said.

Sa. Cawinj or f u ana- b
Access to Income excess u
ItS tax returns for their
through 1942 through 1953. -.'
The.-President uthorlred-iJ
spection Of returns only in Meo
nectlon with the eommlttee
vestigaton of loan prpjo
Section so of the nagoha'so5
Ing Act. This Is the ectlnct
ering Insurance of loans
vateiy-financed housing
His order did not apply ,
tle One of the same a
having to do with insura
small loans on home 0.
Operations under both s'
tons of the law undet a
wide invgestigon by t
ilnand I ome Fnane .Rae
-e action waLs takbn
Chairman E r X H .
(R-Ind.) advised the
that Powqll told hint.
phone 20 minutes before
slon was to bgn thatl e
ferred not appear wi a
subpoena -.
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aS5terda Wed _his n S m> tesnOlh. e INDIANAP1 Ind. (U.P.)- pd
the, preeteomjMab outline mou ta-n and e e sgs outle. r u te I n\ ar r ie. p o tt t
at o. their ad but-an evaluation t2of / 5 t. s eA c rda too hior too low for the tenor Customs officials here received a
mo0 wa weLatn11 tonhis rouate ndwtvN avyl ndav wthethe _1onas letter from a woman fn Britain
a a onrt wBu reau of Aeronautics. _haeso a e anao mewithd apackagea e
bw ere d t b n ." i properly reolvy to give atru1e to hiends i n Anderson, Ind. It ask- P e
*. Mothat. aebe 1 r ede them to mak sure they relayed $ -
Sderet sr e a newsM quart t am ift rrange- er iion, complaining the
Ss -- ope -. n a- l b eal eto m de d Hay- wires got crowed last year.
awac r-we .. sMry to solo picture ith ter who sle a In the quar-
m lgtthe ashae dK not con- ,ent ou Wore
,offe..e ,dte- t Wur reg. a Tulip"wa, t oo &a to winrd
P ll ari Ae top core from th earrn ements
ffeWrlo o eW ho M aeger sever 4 judp.
the r cae e l- o la alkes th wD h mimte- q There is much Interest this
h of a nO N" yeaur in arrangement of a South-
ehabo, aWich As `0er11nOe-haardened report- rn medley.
S.ml" tned tait ". era sh4d and sh-.aed over the at Mrs. Geore A. Thbodeau, di-
|. S d .... o"" tlitl e.dtol, Davtd went -5AGOIN rector of the choirof the Ba*-

iIr I -ot ,,... ,,y ...o.este l WINNERS IN
he had onaw p this, oein ei d bY Francis al rney, d o -

paraded the giul ar ad for the the manner le wii thr blend
Uwto. dowe his w the adt executive their role S and how themr inrts
that e. ploted i e s tall, are balanced. The goal of a bar- AIDA DE
Irio, e 0 in life youthful son. bersho quartet i to so blend
"Let' go get ready," he mid. and alasane the dividual voe- LS
u B Ira W. Jayne within a few minutes, the Pru.I- s that th sound lIke one. The W 0* F
Iea lulttl .peclfies a, husband dent and John rea red in quartet tha achieves this in the
emmel for his gi t'rs and b da r the contest will be well ao itn wll to ENRIQU
l 3 oq,41~tp Itee where eulmal the champo
he hadU pd e le Gu rney.. d S" -" .. .. R"

fts. MW.-r-.. merf music a : for tBCaOl bJ I.N H.S
a. t1e n he AtheS t started to 'ou mefe you w a-haullrcng to vk the qae fortet twtran beCOE ENI
Su'* pla the children began _aar" x of ther FAVOR THE TWO
Sle ue a pa ie Woodos oa their sec -- ro M ho m F OR T E TWO n Panam
,, 3..?Eoo,,ld, New W6rld Cultures ____.__ REMEMBER IT
Plotted byu* b Sheatoward Ul, an is XW o a b AIDA D
Sthe boadrr l Te President must get back
iM hto do so. to the hard fact. of j to- A
sWmoeg ". ,ce sf a Compared At Smithsonian ,l-aicp iial
hois pocet ,an pO'ferecmioeupcoming oroea -- o -- "* .i f f . %9.ff .,
ed a^ tionin mthe F"r BEat. WASHINOTON. Apr. 10 (UWSIB) in pro-Columblan ys." Car- US ESl S
.- --- ---All of the republics of the michael aid.
1 western hemisphere have In "Sometimes wV foret how ha- 1, (UP) A weli-aed British
i' ". common the cutul herttagei tarrdated the culture of the old realml 83.e l George
of Europe and ofA Datniv P60- Sad 36W world a a owe Syntar ae six d mere be a
mush, t6 the old 1tt the g d thranied state t ya
e old world alo is indebted the unofficial world
ie ltthwamhansmttn in many w the ideas and eul- chap pntship.
Sa Washington. atq lttvely new hem-
Dr. Carmichael oatlued the The United States wasa repre-
aater-related cultures of the old oday, Europe as well as ented b a team of six sailors r
and new world. n an address America must recogntae its debt captailed by George W. Smith,
Sphere t ceremonies formal of gratitude to the culture o of ittburh, Pla. The a.lOr, c v
opening a etely modern the N and outh America from the Lond head-
re hj of the e which coatha~ es e.it e before of Adm. 1. H. vammady,
houses the exhibit. hta Colmabus.mmander of U.S. naval forces
Sof Latin American Arhloy." "Maly of the foods that help in te astern Atlantic and
SOther spepers at the opening pport the populations of Eu- Mdtrranean.
.of the exhibit wee aador's roped A h s maie. opManard and h team
WATCHES "asador .eettr David Ca- white. .6.ut. beans, squash, of- Sasse Sweedebashers clean-
council of the Organiation. of mention a few. were domems venor Bullets In the 'space of
American States, and enr3y P. ticated b- e peoples of Amert- half an hour. The aScore was 32
SHolland. U.S. _Astistant Seere- ca befo uropesarrlved. The to 17
Stary of State tor Inter-AmeriW- hammok ad asy other #m- But the crowd of 3,000 per-
can Afairs pot deies by Inventive ear- o n this area where people
of the republics of ttake their marble seriously
hemisphere have two cultural mong.tieir wieportant contrtbu- U cj eedI mt
heritages in common. One of tons to the care of disease, boys are good" saidI /
theme. derived from Europe Rubber which Jo so Msentlal to 52-year-old Harry La ge ofl erS
and has been efjfwetnveily b er cemfost sad tecoouw we the bash 'ey jurost
the centuries fo owlng402. The owe to g lm re ,Mot a little more pracUce."
S2 a. other stems from the important words In e various lagages ta l m ra ie.
P etradions of the at1ve peoples of dai forth and South ol JOSE M.
of the Ameles who had del- Amert wel as Europe and
hoped great cultural o tons Asia stem back to native Amer- AMELIA
Handnew artis Inc s an traditions can Indiaa languages." t R iOB T
rh---a-------------- te adlfrom elm ROBERTg Ma

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wreal) on e of hran's b t- a ROBER
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SS....abAnnverpa. Mr. Mor.,-o A m ersar yta.mo DOMING
cntihergng ma d*ft.-. w" =3 mare6 s of N B ew York and h nt-
o to said ho e ha been em. NEXT WEEK
Sof..t, ofy jperwu.oh rqguset "OR. AE Iu Bu t c "d t AND REMEMBER YOU C
hemsper have twocu ltuaral .t o rak down thef, sg-
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an*aeenfcieon-fn M the PHILIPPINEI
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and rtisic dn tis~tonaicanIndin luxutwo.

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ere were 50,000 unfilled directed to a rcrd called "Joey,"
n the supply ran out. by tty Madgan on MOM, one
ed out, start saving for ,t p test In months; you'll
tCA in planning Volume also ike "Charie Is My Darlin'
ely new set. (Carmen McRae, Stardust), "You
Swill be unitedd, too. Promised Me" (Fran Warren,
rtunately, is the sup- MfGM); "Come Back to My Arms"
r' numbers. k (Dinah Shore, RCA); "Huggin' My
Pillow" (Patty Bross, Columbia).
Og what goes into the Seems like- the ladies take over
a record album. You'd this week.
Ic. but among tel J Music for every taste on pop
re things likenostal albums Mucal comedy "T
'J edard Lieberson's Girl In Pink Tights" (Columbia
Sesdard eron T-Bone Walker (Capitol's
ala. Classics In Jakz). Dreamy piano
S atColumbia music "The Startit Hour" (Bill
a over r-eatigoumb u. Snyder, Decca). Pop singer.-
*the re.rs atines ,oP "The J James Award-Winng
Iesc. lte, s a Album" (MGM) and "Bing Cros.
SSyracuse, i a good by Sins the Hits" (Decca). Lush
Sart. fr forbackround music-"The Music of
't go back too far for fd Arln" (David Rose
o .. rel ,d" he s Harold Arlen" (David R o I e
,. rcord he says MGM). Pleasant corn "Swingin'
you a or byoe the non- Argund" (Pee Wee Hunt, Decca).
,_ nar tnia won't buy'

"You'd be surprised," he -says.
Sthe shambles most of the mu-
a is in. I think this series is
shat prompted Dick Rodgers to re
organize all his own original scores
Ipto good shape."
* Next on his agenda-and he av-
troges about one a year-will be
either "I Married An Angel" or
"Jubilee," the latter notable as,
the show that had two great tongs,
"Begin the Becuine" and -It Was
Just One of Those Things."
Nostalgia curves and capriceI
will ride again:
The Chordettes now on Robert
Q. Lewis' TV and radio shows,
have started making records for
Cadence. That's the outfit Archie
3loyer started and Julius La Rosa
in-de famous.
The Godfrey Alumni Society will

come to order. I
Norman Granz' Clef Records
speelallzes in jazz. One qf his best
efforts was a handsome set called
*The Jazz Scene," two LP records
rth. Upe of the top jazz names.
ow Granz has 'put out an album
of rendid photos taken during the
making ofL 'Tbe Jan Scene" by
Gion Mill. It's a beautiful job.

Classically, the week's handsom-
eat album is Columbia's twin-rec-
ord production of "L'Enfance du
Christ," by Hector Berlioz, played
by the Little Orchestra Society;
piano logenrs wi delight ip an An.
gel wecording of Walter Giesekieng
playing 15 piano upces of Debus-
my; thre'd a unique M IM issue.
with eight eeler; led by Theodore
Bloomfield, o i n g Villa-Lobos'
"Bachianas Brasileras No. 1," a
blending of Bach's technique with
Brazilian folk music.

If Democratic O'Bnt Is
followed, the consensus of opin- ,
ion at the baber hop li thati
there won't be many resignda-
tions fom PasMident Bls.o
hower's cabinet until after the
various members have been
around long enough t gather
material Jo a bok "

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French fortrenm 189 jilie wAt of. Hanoi. take a*
rest during a lull in the lAghting, Thatespite waxm o
as the Communist Viet Minh soon"tenewed their .s
strategic areas.


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*B.S. "CIMAO" ............... ....AjIll 3
.S. "AGGE S ORG" .. ........I...................

*Handling efrlseraed Chilled ud Oeneral Cars

New York Service


* S.S. "JUNIOR" ................................ April 1
S.S. "SAN JOSE" ................................. April 2
S.S. "COPAN" ...................................April n8

Weekly mailings of twelte pasenger ships to New York,
New Orleans. Los Angeles, 8an lanciso and 8sitlo.

Special round trip fares from Cristobal to New York,
Los Angeles, San' Francisco and Seattle.

To New York ...................*.........i40.0 *
To Los Angeles and Sant Francisco .......... 0.09
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CfIaear 25-cycle, oil porcelain.
ilit condition $90.00. One.
dresser $7.00. Mise. toy.
.- Margarita St.., New CristobOl.
ALI:-Bedrom suite, 8 pieces;
It bedJ; washing machine, 60'-
w, Soo1. 86-5280.
glik-n.Refrlgerator I"n good con-
ion. S110. No. 26 Peru Avenue.

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edan, new tires and battery 5300.
Duty paid. Ft. Cloeytn $7.4197.
FOR SALE:-Leaving May 1: 1952
Ford VS. 4-door, black. House
834-L, Balboo.
FOR SALE:-1952 Pantiec four-door
sedan 8-cyllnder, Hydraomotlc, ra-
dio. Only 10,000 miles. Like new.
Apply Texaco office, Paenma City.

'2Wt.. 3-4687. FOR SALE:-1951 Ford V-8 Tudor.
r#i4%'LE. Avoailable within next 14,000 miles, four new recaps, orl-
.' das., ,60-.;.ycb 7-cu. ft. refri- ginol owner, excellent condition, FOR
'r to; gas stiev. 4 burners, oven, only $900. Phone 2.1527, after cr
Awe. !oth in mood condition. Call 4:15 pm. F
' .rlmnafn 3-5414 oaer 5 p.m. C -
Real Estate o
MotOrey esB FOR SALE:-Home in San Francisco, c
SALE: 1951 Triumph Speed. completely enclosed, with garage.
[ra u motorbike, excellent condi Reasonable prie. ood location. FOR
In, new .ties and battery $375. Call Panaoma 3.4110 after 3 p.m. m
ou 5064 Diablo. beside Club- FOR SALE:-Chalet I bedroom. Con- FOR
]$.aep, phone 2.2578. I tnuativn 50th St. No. 62. Tel. 3- ta
jLF & APa L'5i 553. Easily payment. Reason, ail- 6.

T:-luntng ;dog, ; Positioh Offered
3151, Mr. Tpvcr. WANTED:-Manicurist. Must speak FOR
iOT: -- Will finder of billfold, lost I Elollsh. Call Balboa 3677. YMCA ve
.Mar Pocora bridge,, keep money anc: Beouty Solon,C c
ret cards and papers to Herbert,
SH. olbeit, Box 56. Gamboa. US Navigators
.LE55.ON.S Guide Russian be
H I KIDS! T 26.
We extend our special offer one more P011 S T0 Gengva tend
week due to the Easter holiday. Learn the
Stance for very little. 10-weel' WISEBADEN, Germany, April and
ourse for ONLY $9. Saturday at 9 10 (UP) -- Ameriem pilot-na. may
8. Balba:a "Y" or at I I., a mn. E' vlgatorg are gUldinga S v I t Man
lanomo Hotel. Coll Bolboa 2-4239'plnei flyingme-. and0 l-p Clerl
Panama 3-1660 nsent frotm MoCOW0 to the Ge- Offil
SHARNETT DUNN i neva conference, the T3S. Air dent
.---- Force disclosed today, 181

A spokesman said the Amer- 'OR
al.NN l I 5IrlYO !Ican Air Force oPUot-navl ators I
S Florid help navigate the Ruulan planea
tmaBIamin r| ia over the U.8, zone of Germany r
Sj vib r with In the same way Soviet airmen de

tSle '..l a rde U.S. ,.i. rt#Moecsw." .
Iis W k , " .- .
elk "Usae .A)7rtct petsonnel- miFOR
If 1 .RUsala pl1 a er such fat P1 or
AE 11 (UP) u-ea4 oW m
mio t a V coon- beNt'fea "ea; t % o
vibmaig with the mound of' et

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am~tb bsS hfle T IaauuM~AW&&

So_~t of the week comes in
Ipso. Thursday when Leroy
tL J. Bral y Odham and
Glg ov. Charge & Johnacon-
B, i*e asMuSI coann of
St itFederation VPC iens's
p.,aB orgalnutio-. o u naore

atla :Mprecedent for th i
Gov. Johsa and Sen.
i orahe t ed to address
f sl luach at Iv.m. and
iedul calls for a "vls.
Nrathe women ftron it .m.
.2 p.m. Odham and Collins
made several joint -appear-
9 but Johns has declined all
mo-lce meetings with his op-

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On Communism
Archdeacon Lmuel B. Shirley,
of St. PasursnaJcpal Church
I .Ptas, l t .1giive a talk
ob "Cos~f~lT Yon" at
the La pahnhl High
School Weda night at,8
The program Is beinp spon-
sored by he La Boca Cvic
Council and a cordial invibation
to attend'ha been extended to
the pubUli, :

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SSALE:-Diamond solitair, 1- 1/3
rats $250. Coill 2-2542.
SALE:-I 1952 BOIck two-dpor,
,000 miles;*2 25-cycle fans; I
washingg machine; 2, metal beds.
mplete; metal drawer & chest
f drawers; 3 25-cycle electric
locks. House No. 1512 Akee St.,
olboo. Tel. ;.4260.
SSALE:-At Brazos Saddle Club,
ore Twinkle. Phone 738, Colon.
SALE:-Hot water heater. Rot-
in chaise lounge. 49th Street No.
, Tel. 3.3001.
R SALE: Dachshund puppies.
noles $50.00. females $35.00.
.mboa Fire Station.
R SALE:--Wanderful bridal gown,
ry" cheap. For further information
ll Paonamo 2-1515.

ed bids, for opening In public, will
received until 10:30 e.m., April
1954, In the office of Superin-
dent of Storehouses, Bolboa, for
Mt. Hope Stadium, and. Gatun
Cocoli Garages. Invitation No. 81
be obtained from' the Housing
agers at Cristobal and Balbcm,
ik-in-Charge at Gotun Housing
:ce, or from office of Superinten
Sof Storehouses, telephone 2-

SALE:- G.E. refrigerator, 25-,
ycle freezer compartment, 18-
onth guarantee or make me an'
for on the unit; 1950 Hudeon withK
dio; Q.M. metal library desk and
ning table. Call No.y 3458, 5:.3Q
7:30. _____
SALE:-Topcoats, ladies slat i 1ii
r 16, gray,, leather zip .lining,
an's medium gray Purchases
end's in New York at over $100-
Och, Wilt sell 0 oseh. -Call Pan.,
mc 3-5434. -_

re Are No W e n B Mher.-

wife sske me to-settle an, ar.-
lent between her and her moth-
iat I wouldn't dare try to do.
I do have a word for the,
orway: '6rget the argu.
ft |

Suppose you can find some
means of proving yourself right.
Do you think that is going to mean
that you' win the argument?
Well, it won't. We never come
what you feel. but drop it at that.
out 'the winner *hen we make a
gret point" of proving ourselves
rteht and someone else wrong.

W- ." r ., W, Altwe w to do is to an-
buraday night, Collins and Od I WASHINGTON (UP) As. tagonize the other person. Then he
i will fly to Miami for a joint tronomers will attempt in June to or phe is determined to prove us
program. in which Johns de capture on film an elusive, faint, wrong in some other matter just
tid to participate. hazy band of light that extends to even the score.
upwards from the sun.s
he rest of the week, the three pward from the drop this particular argu-
utes will *e spread out over called the *od lana light, thedment with your mother-in-law, and
.'t. flying from one lace tonfaint glare above and around mthead t n' t anyo motr or let your-
i td mand-'-TV-s unrdha TVsun hia been abservedfr self be drawn Into any more ar
beenpesewith er.Notfaruynan
ehos to be carried to almost ties. It was first seen about 1661 _St wtot ifo want
g7 village and hamlet in an and was given its name about 2 to keep peace in te family.
4 to .reach the greatest num. years later by Jean Dominique .. t nO,..l-.
hof 'V eru before the May 4th Cassini, a French- ptronomer. ust State Y Opinio
paniy two weeks off. However attempts of modern ,
,scentista 6 capture this light on That doesn't mean you caq't ex,
SJ a photographic plate for study havq e s your own opinions. Go right
n A " heen unavalUa so far Unuesma l. 4 say Wa u ou think and
fn r you oe 4*i.n Go right
hi.s.... on t .- E ,,.; erop. it a

fera C -:ara"l t atn AWsith *
'4- --I- :.... Aprta.S--,.1 tr.a1 9 As. the-, to your own
B a ,Aicsau I (UP)- bu anm .ar the right
Arme *ces subcom The total eclipse will not be vis- to hte
today that no one was ible from an of th- stations. It '
-t the heat stroke deaths will j b tW eastern U you'll do t.lt, yu and your.
E 91tf.- ey two Mari.e officer bor -aou tae- shadow df mothelwJ.ilw will hate a much
-.-_ ltes at Quandce, Va. moon w* block out te sun's liht more plasaat relationship than it
-sufelently to alpow them to ias-./yoget Into arguments that each
T two youths. William Malone tiguish the zodiacal light from the oft you is bound and determined to
m. N.Y,, and Joseph J. dawn. -. wi. i
Jr.. .GreUrg, Pa., prev .u unuceeeM at-I TereO are no wipers m, such
frona 'bees f trt epots t l t. gwe agemec b e-I9 losers.
w hgIk foled b weseca -"e 'the leta e wre -- 1 .

insitiee h e a d e d by
. E9. le'sso R-O), in- Ni
r the affair.
Hi to% %e- subcom-;
..d ftwine Cops to

te -sun's j Chalu,1,ja, Allalma-.
-servationas.l fl lu MI.
ed by the( ,

dec- zNrW 1 n or (UP)-
o Am 's-sde airlines set
ctif I- the best safet eda ia 'history
MSW: lt yeer, Y meartj, a report
fZ, rIrelesed todayy,

ured wtt
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FOt RENT:- Fur "ltiidW, Eoa,
39th Street'No. I. IJvr
dningoom and very g addition
el oron, $150. Avoilebli Mt. Con
be m from 4:00 t 00 p.m.
Te#. 3-2900.. .

FOR'RE14T:-Furnlshed fr unfdmi
ed:celet, 37th Street, between A
Peru & Cuba. 3 bedroom, 2ba
parlor, diningroom, porch, mo
room, garage and garden. Call
twesn 8:30 and-I .130 eam. Ph
2.0969 *" 2'0f79, '
FOR lENT:--Choipt: 4 bedrboIs
ingrogn, diningroom, kitchen,
ragen. & large yard, $nci 135
Sth Stret No. 15. Tl. ph*'3-
during office hours. OCmutkar
side building In construction.
FOR RENT:- CompletelVL fumlsi
chalet withl kto LEA dfrl
livingroom, kitchen, potWge c
de. Sqn Franeisoa4 Co
13th Strqet No. _.

> Apartasu

ATNTION & LI. Ju butl hdm e
furnlshed opertmnwt, two
bedrooms hot, wate.' Tel.
Sephne Panomnu .-i4
2'A-room modern ,auf hle Tile
floors, cedar cloisetsN Frnqwe and
unfurnisheid. Consult' 'offl 806T,
* 10th Straet, phoo fg:r,. Co66n.
fOR RENT. Twobedm *mart-
mert, mld'so'k Hj..t

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kve .M o f. Iv-n, w u me M .,u4 0sm

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FOR RENT: Th M ; ,two,. -
bathroom apart '%d. fAXT, 8SA.
i ern facilities in 4 Canrera'pr Ell W 3 3 E el1k. li
'Ponamp Hoel.2 Fr M f a Fnrna tle
teleph- 2.2154 O n o U Si
FOR ENT;- to dio .enq,
.-. Living dXa. 49L-, n d l .. *.. T o.
46th S.;. 4,ia .rf
Vol!^^ ^8B&!

Sbs. person. House No. 5 an 54
Street:, 2 bedrooms, Uving-dinin
room, kitchen, mold's room, goar
$110.00. Inquire Julia Quijano, to
eone 2-271 L. ..
FOR RENT:-To responsible pers
' furnished 2-bedroom opartmre
Ilving-dinringroom, maid's room, h
water. House No. 11 East 48lth
first floor, $150.00, 0WuIre Jy
Ouliunm, telephone .27 18.
FOR IRNT.-3-room apartment, t
flo house No. 10 on 10th Stre
$65.00. Inquire Julio Qulieno, .

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forms were necessary, '-I .Gus*m r1"1?4 '
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FOR RENT: 2 robm apartment.
bathroom, $30.00. House No, 10 |
6th Street, Son Franclsco. Inquire
Julio Quijona.
FOR RENT:.-Jumished apartment in
Vista Hermoso tith light, gas and
washing machine.. Col- 3-3589.
FOR RENT:-Modern apartment. two
bedroms, ground- flor, Inspected.
Parking space, congenial neighbors,
Americans. nourished $80.00;
furnished $100.00. 43rd Street,
No. 58.
FOI RENT:- Nice furnished apart-
ment, refrigerator, gas stove, miJi- |
story inspected. Via Prros No. 99. |1

FOR RENT: Furnished apartment,
including refrigerator. Good vicinity
$65.00. Located at 112 Via Belisa-
pio Porras. near Roosevelt Theater.
FOR RENT:- Furnished and unfur-
nished one and twobedroom apart-
ments. Call 3-4911.
FOR RENT; Fumished, one-room
.artment wil. eAT b$ony foc-
:Ing Ohe -, id M Tesy.
Suitable for qgi person. Eciador
Avenue 30. .
FQR RENT:-To fablee person. .

- room apartment tp-p floor touse 29
on Central Avent. New- kitchen
- ,nd bathOom,*(.Mt tioke. In-
quire Jutle Quijano..
FOR- RENT:-Coal 2-hedroom oprt-


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ent. Livingroom, diningroom, d
porch, large kitch goMrage. mold' .a
room. laundry 3-1549. WUl JSl
a ..-I CWMSNATI (UP) Irwin
FOR, tNT Jeweler,.-hadalways
a s"M different." s-
-* fiver" p o when he found a
a-ft he iked in a second-hati
FOR RENT: Fumied, two are~. .-. sboot it
clecn &r coo roos. All modem .
convenieoc" .CJsL-d.n hood. ,A the painting hangs a te
Peru Aye. -B a on Art Museut in a
FOR RENT: -tn Vst ilbea-, d%..Id % ..e [f i
,.fully furnirwd .i' roe m. kitchen fl S lthe_.stI Miure he.
Privile pGt. 7O' "tt9. wr h"there was an ,,expresd*s
43rd ., .h 3- e., ger face, her eyes.'
FOR RENT: Fpmished roef with w -
. double Simmons Och. refrigermote, & r the work is a mino
and tove, priva be er, m-pri- msa'Ieeb a 16 th century
ate entrance, aniterily located. FMI artilt Domenico Pol&.
52nd Steet No. 3, Tel. 30638. paetid show. Lucreda in the
S!,ready to stab herself. b
Aia KTA- se was the wife of d Rg
FOR RRENT m r w-s r.v.ad

FOR RENT: LeeI for on e ai uecm fora up
d floor of houl No. 5, E It e value up
Alfaro Avenue or, d qns ef ISV 0. 8Er does''tfl
Strert. $40.00. Inqufr JM i Q. B but Jess it out upon re
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Tirow Muoug
gravealde funeral services will
be held at 10 a.m. t* ow at
Coral cemetery lor Jogp_.MC-
Cormick, retired Pi aM 4m il-
eOadeconductor who d 3etter-
day ngrinx at 0oo .sJ 11taL
Henams 80 years old. ill
be conducted by the ,Ray, Wil
tUam Btlwin.
A native of PennIYlvnSt, Pr.
McCormick came to the Isthaus
in 1900. He was first emp 1ld
M a trainman and tew w===
later was promoted to' cnduc-
tor, With the exceptIot of a
short break in service In the ear-
ly 1029's. he served caUt9atlily
U a conductor until him retire-
ment In November. 936. I
NH made hia homn In" San'
iranclico de la Cata.;' Ld-
dition to him 'wife IfL*A
Ijeakon McCormik. hE iii-
vived by' a son. eotre.. sa,: a,
daughter. Maria. A lbrqter,
Jplummer McCornilct kmt lt s-
ter, 3Mrs. Elizabeth .outaltU, live
In Pennsylvania.

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NEW YORK, April 19 (UP)--The righthando d pitohblij e. i al e tw t o e three
h Cincinnati was seeking to become a strong first i to dethetine' e,
V #*!ion contender may have been sitting on the bench in ban League.
view of Manager Birdie Tebbetts al the time. atr lfor iener bdr-
". We can be pretty tough as we are, but give us a lit- mound and Bob un rectvin
L.' is.t right-hander pitching and we eoula give sevOry -,r e h. I U
Sodtroubte," said Febbetts as he praised the Cincy power rbable starting .eup:
ihttin. Piremen's Isldmee .
Well, thus far. right-handers have started every game McArthur, If-
.Jut one and Cincinnati is tied for first -pliat with the Phils Jones. Larry, t
at four victories and one defeat. Pescod. lb
Husted, Al., b '
Big Jim Oreengrass was a gen- Monte Irvin drove In four New Neckar, as *
e heavyweight at bat, driving York runs wtih a homer and two Dunn, c
four runs with a three-run singles while Willie Mays also Lacey, rf
m r and single in a S-4 first hit a homer. Duke Snider and DeLaMater, 2b
victory, then driving in Oil Hodges homered for Brook-"
ot anmore in the second came at lyn. CAA|
Ste 5-3 second ame sweep at Mickey McDermott limited the
waukee before he went But Yankees to five hits including a Cox. as
a pulled muscle in his back. homer by Hank Bauer and a 400- Malene, 3b
SI ever. he said he felt fine la- foot triple by Mickey Mantle as KIoslk 2b *
t ad It was believed he would he tired in the late innings. Joel Tarfnger, b I
* be out of action for long. Tipton see the pace with three Hobart, If
S'-the opener, Howle Judson, hits and two runs driven in. Miller, rf
hitad been cast aside but was Detroit backed tp e steady -Jones, d., c -
4t back from the minors romek with 15biht, Walt Dro- Pistro, p *
w'wannin 11 straight games po Orivigq In three runs with a Keleher, of .
Lt a defeat at Tulsa last double and two slhgltoa
I gained the victory. Umpires: Sergeant Knight, be- .
Phillies, who have been The Athletics made 14 hits in hind the plate" ry Foster on
.phenomenal pitching, their victory.- Shortstop Joe De- first base; Billy eZmer on see-
to 6w-0 and 7-1 victories Maestri getting three to set the ond base and Lou Hasemann on .
the Pirates as Robin Rob- ace. In the second name of the third base.
Scored his first victory with long day, Jensen. h, e 00th ma C -d. __ __ -.
r hitterand lefty Curt Sim- to ;o to bat In he three hour ri .A TI.B'. BST -
s followed with a seven-hit- an 10 minute maiation, smash- loW W"u Ie-h"ler t s a
i.o ed the Dodgers, 6-3, a Burtachy, who was observing his DETROIT o one-mile.and-fl<
W e ,beat them for the 30th birthday. Old timer Ellis u ,ol.bla jockey LU
t kine, while the Cardin- KI0der wes the victor in relief. .. ab r h po a YutbuIl Antonio ij
won -4. from the Cubsaafter Ferris Fald, Jim Rivera qnd Bolling 2b A o 1 o 1 0rte addition to th
the second game was call- iMIple M i me0 iChea gon om. emng ,r 6 1, i 6 1 0 rieeuof his father
aser'two innings o soreles US as lefty Blly.'Plerce got by Kuenis0, 4 2 3 4 1 1 ownse' Dn Antonio
l because of darkness, .shakily with 10'hits the si floolb, Io 0 1 1 2 0 talk to Vlce-Pre
the American League, the Innings before rain ed out Uropo, ino 8.1 3 6 0 0 tonto Remon, a stain
,tors pounded out 13 hits for the rest of the achdduled twin lalne, rf a 1 2 3 0 0 is i tcthe background
io n over the Yankees, bill. It was Cleveland's. third e.le, ct 5 2 3 0 0 the lver trophytot
Chicago defeated Cleve- straight defeat. House, c s 1 2 4 1 -0
6-2. Steve Oromek pitched ..-- omek, p 2 0 u 0 0 0
,. a,,ond straiht victory 'for yesterday Steci Jim ---.
X qeos over-the Orioles, 8-3, Greenupas of %i clnnati who" Totals 40 8 15 27 6 1
Sat Boston. rookie Bob drove In sis runs -4 and 5-
hurled the-'Athletics to a 3 victories over Milwaukee be- vs. BALTIMORE
*.r 0,- buIt the Sox retallat- fore going out wlth a lame 400 1
It 4- victory in 13 In- back. Young, 2b 4 0 0 3 1 0
6il, thd second game when ----. Waltzus, lb 4 0 1 8 0 0
Jensen broke it up with Former uilds, coan, cZ 4 0 2 6. 0 o
S as, Jensen also hit a first er. Wert., rf 4 0 0 02 0 0
hom'er Wele, If. 1 0 1 0 0 0
S Torgeson supplied Rob- Runs Golf Courses Lehardt, If 3 1 2 4 0 0
Mhith three-run homer In Stephens, 3b 4 1 2 0 3 0
st Inning of the opener at CENTRAL VATLEY. N.Y. April Hunter, sh 4 0 0 1 1 0
Ii ifela while Del Ennli 19 (NEA i- JTohn Eandwerg. Is Curtney, c 3 0 0 3 0 0
be batsman In the see- ronstruotlne the Empire State -Larsen, p 2 1 1 0 32 0
i t h driving in five Country Cb, a .-_2l0 course 4-Kokos 1 0 0 0 0 0
t i homers, on a farmland ite two mia .
B ored all f north f Central Valley. Is 35, 1 i ISI
v.0f .n fd toi' Larbin nl 6.
$Wuck Vd r Stfalt in 5th.
Stan 31o.. t r ior0 I"s -S
uh f 1t AiW
tan t called_ the rst iad' golf cluI n b- hann., he
M'ooul a manager Eddie hired an ar teothto de k' Rf-Coan, Stepheps, Court- '
howled himself out of course and built it himself. It ne Dropo 3, Kaline 2., Boiling 2,
game. Then Muslal drove in was bought by p groun of golfers 2j the, 2B-Kuenn, Tuttle, Len-
i. rst run of the rally with prior to World War II. o. SB--Stephens. SB I
blast which Ballanfant Meanwhile H_.ndwere acquired en laing. S--Oromek 2.
fMa t r.^ nd onerated Shockemsxon a Cotrtney. Left-ZDetroit 11,
the 20th time and for theiWestftlpd, NJ.. sold It to meqCi- i nmom 7 'BB-Oromek 0
time in a row at Ebbets hers. TVen he hula the Countr i n 4, Kretlow 0. Stuart 0 .
SMpgle subdued the nodg- crlub of New Jersey at River Gromnek 3, Larsen 2, Kret-
40. a strong eight-hit Job. Vale. It's now Greenwood. low 0, Stuart 1. HO.-Larsen 7 In;
S Kretlow 4 in 0, Stuart 4 In 3.1
'i and ER-Oromek 3-3, Larsen:
-4 Kretlow 3-3, Stuart 1-1 ,ECKINO A ae
Uduse, Winer-Oromek (2-0'. Idge wes removed.
i i ''Loser-Larsen t0-21. U-Flaher'- when the young a
ty, Stevens, Rommel, Napp. T young
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DeMaestrl. sa 5 1 3 4 5 0
Jacobs, 2b 4 1 4 4 0
Power, of 5 1 2 0 0 0
SZernial, If 3 0 1 2 0 0
Bpllwegg, b 3 0 1 10 0 0
Ripa, rf 5 1 1 1 0 0'
Slider, 3b 5 0 2 4 3 0
W. Shantz, c 4 1 2 2 1 0;
Trice. 2 1 1 0 1 0
Totals 538 I 27 14 0
Goodmift, 2b 5 1 5 3 0
Plersal, rf .5 0 0-2 0 0
fen' of 5 1 2 1 1 0
KM .A 5 1 2 2' 2 0'
Asanis, Ib 4 0 2 7 1 1
c-lrers 0 1 0 0 0 01
Cvinger, p 0 0' 0 0 0 0
Maxwell, If 3 0 1 .0 0
I Owen c I0 0 5 0 1
S0llUvan. p 0 0 0 0 2 0
b-Gernbrt, Ib 0 0 0 2 0 01
Leplos 3 0 1 1 3 0
Brwer, p 1 o O 0
Brown: p 1 0. 0 0 2 01
a-White, c 20 1 2 0 0o
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Totals 45 4 11 27 14 21
a-Orounded into double play fori
Brown In 6th.
b-Walked for Sullivan In 8th.
c-Ran for Agganls in 8th.
d-Trice awarded 1st base on
catcher's Interference In 3rd
Philadelphia sle202 0--6,
Boton 0M 62-4
SRBI-Suder. Jacobs, W. Shantz.
SDeMaestrl. Power. Zetnla, Jen-
sn 2. Lepclo, White-2 B1l-
weg, Agganls. Maxwelt DMaes-I
tri. Goodman, Power, .Zernlal
White. HR--JeneaUm*pnna.
--Jacoks BDP-- -De-
Maestri. Jacobs a]JleO Ja-
c DeMaestrl iI socweR:
Goodman. Aggapla and
g0c. LeS-Phllhdelphia 10,
Boston 9. B.-Trice 4. Brewer 1.
e0-B-rewer 2. SulUvad 2. HO-
Brewer 7 in 3%V. Brown 5 In 2-
2/3. Sullivan In 2 Clevinetr 0i
to It a l EZR-Trice 4-4, Brew-
er 4-3, Brown .-1, Sullivan 0-0
Clevlnt 0-0. HBP-By Brewer,
(Zernal). Owen. W'-"er-Trice
(1-C0. Loaer-Breagr (0-1). U-
'Chy1tk. McGowan, Paparella,
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Mam Road. third choice in %he
boSung witn ipoWe raem on
AnS v winm as cumparGe to .-
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44.S0 ana 4.tu acrosS uie buto.
in' one-Iwo wata MrhnWIOSa
papt a juicy 41.au.
TI de A lmnpa was worth $,S0
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got %,ouwu. LrI MrB ove,
hill ung on or tau. place
after easig well places hl the
way, eanelu s,uu ana the 6as-
appulintmg Amorlo pieCg up
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tal ellghtly 'more ai pa4, F l
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money winner still racing A
Suasn Franco. Only-'s4 4twogreat
Argentine routers ksucoolo and
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a-Dues Maion a.2..
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M-L. Lady $3.2, 2.40 '
4--peeoy Grey $2.'. '
bust Doubie: t(CmIellS Sa-
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ted thatthislspoP- e3oeno trodefirmly to th0 la a it W
y have also acted to central balcony of 8i. Peter's for 0- ler tkea th
How will they be his first official public pOear- or Treason JaIn
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of Pstr5ttlaFonr. gre oa
unst '"LHumanite" said The eroCl brunstinto abo- --- o ured o.nerMr entp atr.
rd to think the Viet- frut Pa" and VIENNA, AustrI a, April 1 Before his dowhfall Patrateanu
capitlate to Amer- tbdered It a ie (UP)-he Romanian Cummm- rose higher in RomanfCo
th For our p rt the Pope said sits today announced the eteeution sounist party ranks than any ot ,
N3 cot the hydrogen bomb, "we Will of at formqr justice minister and er native lRomania. -
tireulsy endeavor to bring a- i|soeiate/of the oThe powed He simed t Soviet-e~i The ruet h .ee'_4
Cyamalae 0^ Z SaV'f b nternt^ ulsL of the os nedpower ltel g eod ate rl l
S agreements, always in suborda.f f ferfa.. the ornmadosermof at represented prgo tenmoet at omla th, beomi '
am _____________ Pa'iiR ukeat plot" to iovertarow the i rignin ient a t t msf -a. ow tm
9 VBubiest regime. teaty ndin Wirid War I. has e sbet ha mil -D A: i
S B i o Bucha t esffcla Radio Bu r Patral former e,
Brazil Lifts ,eg.-- -,.. Para b,+t ttf ,, K t, jjte.TtT*
8 propaganda mouth tof the Ro emau Kopper, anln- or de. But this was nore am ofdInt'
l SManuea sgtLhat ndants Were convictedbya b on. cut Con3W
k. s Restrictions srasfm acanu and Rum et ai .tibunalo tkkin, a ; breast
Map ho t,e.:;sl On Book Imports'a t =e ,f S "e! s t *h1c h.=.wAs -d ,. U.,, lla a.
alatitintaOWgda e Theringeceived"sabvsarve
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mlaUd o *e r.m 19. to RMl-e wleharest gn no details Nv.
Ntd o. 2 at Room 208 The new law eliminates bffi- ,,f **h uaf l aea. It impled an e n
Sqldlng, Cris- caul resatic.tlsu i ch formerly 10 8" and frhttThHaelw I Ylreed w ethhA 4.
-sM=y and hindes tie n"cy'; library vhe DPI = expert. In eh tonN-.--they a H 'w M a ine
5 a.ai. to por in Br It states that Geiany,. Maid Eatrascuas col. aadmaaged to e Ma C V Hat -
.mps, , jturnal. reviews Iahborted with AuM Paaker i One ofPatrou eawrcee-d9d BE WU VV.HOE
dti alA pubcattonm which ettile up RomaSa' postwar ante wts a woman. Victoria Sar- ow
lrso isued a re" deal with technical, scientific, Coust ge. b who wa at to 12 year- ."-i- Ooo a on a.
S.il male citases of didactic or literary nmatteras, Putrat Wa purged by the at hard labor. U A dplp a i
ILLS utea within the written in a foreign Jan.uage" C.._. ommu. to..iBlt oa grounds of A. were found gllty of high forein]a -nguag s" wood wa,: e
13 through :, do not require import lIcenses. nr 00t8V8 -- Pope mmbourgeoi nationalism" and is treason ln uoreadl a plot to hg h ln a-week h .. .
.... 'b registered un- Also exempt from Imprb U.= l.,t hi Wf da 'first of- believed to have been held in pris. overthrow th SelThoUe not cenr reqiirementP are sFobjects ouee his ieaa Ire on since and restore a bourgeois governeow then Rog PIo -
.lhr....to regl+ater and material. M6r educational, .alM._ pardeBn lst before. Pau ,er; for years the Kremlin's meatj" Bucharest Radio said." e94rees4 bl teltrt l s
SittoIn the 18th -oclal l tance oUr nrelUg.ou ieat mt We t .I No. 1 woman representative in the In a similar Bucharest trial last alio 4 aeltn thergI i
without lrative motives." ad the world manian foreign minister in 152. were convicted and executed. Friday, t th
ttest day in two "
stopped me ec.4 t erre ai_ n *
o a LI or of tm n tic a l. Schinc e Application Puts aFocus i kofi a degree hmeoW..re Ie .e
moI Pan Arooys Haaeh lalnh WId h I boe aabo ad men wo C oye artsdoft ,w.t.e -s od .-e-a
a Mft Mit didt o IIe ring aro the- wo ares-. hiwheo ever reandrdeot herrd-fpn.GhB tAlveo al ti-
r"On MAhfary s Ehite .Crkmn Busters ***- ** **.,** j ienddie ,tenU Bo. =.
SI flFia 's te-m t ws .he Balba A toda :
ie IA R eN dence against n am. The lautopy fure in te Army McCarthy for train and the examn- worked hi way Into a phoy in- the Iheat since Marh I., and l r pob
IS tru 2, report ade by a local coroner dute. chnEC's application to ulon of evidence, surance firm i which had eabo- aen the theroeter Ion fr al I
flOTON, _5rl 19 (N5A) wis a5Uttle value and the offl- d ina the Army's CI school at rate lns for blkin. GIt in read ouS degrees. left when mpaulg dciro
h the' Army's military beer's denall of Rull sounded _aiB-Gordon. Ga., was turned It has si electronic machine. Europe. -Last week was ome'l-oau-n. Balboa A p eelr!
there exits an elite, true. downr for instance, which can identify He was able ,to break up the oaay hot weather with thhfr- .occurred ;a reg'lt arhe
I o ar o s criminal in en U th k r esultant ,b ie the name of the manufacturer racket befese it ost started, aretater reerding foix alton.
to wear tvlian m t CI en tek a ride alon the C *o d of an asrlrin frolm a minute A little more than year eoaUtive" days Kag mFr.cuedlpn alb d
rstr th wrhsocial A sswote omteWeo n ?a NI womatr lep It was tisv CInh entsmoaaesdtnnaRa Sunday, April 4, o de- ht 4- ye.ar-old p,
IE 'rk hIsa-In-hld In the middle of this trip one ,eas-'l i ak.owledbe1 m bse to tell In what country ha of tounterfelters in Europe o gal p.rt L vy,wa
I eSnth.... h.ng.lnt branch. He at and seed In Korea. tminon worth of mUltary pay- ken. Saturday when eeld h .
w enore u whatpeared drie th met certiate e led A o
bs ost o o a shary twl. ma. Ples W tfi ctnen Isntothe wlster C bi emen have laUIsal of thos work In the U.S. re fr the te R -
Satrevea had a Idbrea up dope av abroad CI men work closely tof thh United ad
per An Army mobile crime lab hn rin te wor arrest- w l and other gh he lal teper all ce
Uniform who ha ed tle a ad -
not a kn.+ WhySo didntnmakthe several monthr.ago a CI man enatton torce. AIL i
AMA (NEa)'. On thoth .d of the pie.- .,f rst place Schlne'o ex- /Gi d dees. e elIen K fIo
a gn thnca.he- ture, nLotast e.k in sort t u .aV.0- commu-
fneeit e a t a t rt cawrvhw r for the Moa srty commit-Of
shore onto Rte .12rtre .1 oln-l at ce oreings fe ee
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