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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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'san said"-,p
Western .i*der-
lig cutting r--sp ws teel,
and to
munist I #e G. if the
Berlin contipme, infoi e sources
sid today.-.".',- .
The West A~ ipi ee threat
. a trade bioyo a ploweful
The talks' wee cabed by est
Germany when the commupist
government East rlin in
creased th verasei.t, t
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berlin Tolls Cut

thrueot fcut oM Alin's sup-
ptes anB B Westem dty gov-
ernmeatsM0 WOW pay the
WeatK Mayor Otto Suhr
tld il of the West Ber-
Un's fipm's Anoclat I o a
last the outcome of the
talks tide the future of
trader East and West
Suhr alreildy had called for an
outright Spiomic Idockade of
East Geroa if the Reds refuse
to lower ttaxz so tuckers caq.
operate Awtut Stevtnt as-
ofstaie. X western block ad e
would East Gesmany.
East jany propaganda or-
tans t1say rejected protests a-
gainst Ckade.

Clos 'Friends

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was I
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wha r

, 'Aprl 2. (UP)
pestloned rela tI v
- a -theory the
riInta wih the i

There W's as yet no offall
viet mren to the protests. Rat
viet react was expected to
illel that of two East Ger an
Communist newspapers, that the
fixing of tolls a German at-
rTh United States, Brits and
French high commission s had
demanded in identical Was. to
'he Soviet high commissaier that
increasedd highway tolls amount-
ing to an economic blockade of
West Berlin be abolished.
But East German newspapers
the protests. Noune e-
ii said, "Questions conr
t organ said, "Questions con.
cerning German roads are a Ger-
man matter."
The Western Allies denum e e d
the increased tolls as a 'pcilceal-
SInsn ed" and "exobtant"
'ax designed to curtail supplies to
West Berlin. The move was in-
terpreted as Communist retails-
tin against ratification of 'West
Gemu rearmament.
te. Mased tolls were Im-
Sthe only highway into
e t the West is permit-
ted to. use. The super-highway
pD/el., p ter cent of West

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Here are the military pay raises
voted by Congress this week:
Private. or the equivalent in
other services with more than
two years service, $93.60 to
$101.40 a month; private fist
class with more than four years,
$14.66 to $132S0. corporal with
more than ix years, $145.34 to
$167.70; sergeant with more than
eight years, $1f5.81 to $202.80;
sergeant flrt class with more
than 10 years, $206.39 to $234;
master sergeant with more than
12 years, $244.61 .to. $3.
Second lieutenant with more
than three years. $237.12 to
96.40; first lieutenant with
more than three years, $274.18 to
$335.40; captain wth more than
six years, $355.68 to $405.60; maj-
or with more than 10 years,
$429.18 to $483.60; It. colonel
with more than 16 years. $518.70
to 4577J0; colonel with more
thau-,agar, W6a0M to $748*0;
brigdler general with more
than 26 years, 829.92 to 904.80;
major general with more than
S emarj.82.94 to $1,076.40.

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No Far East

Without Cleare4

From Moscow

LONDON, April 2 (UP) Communist Ch1is
cording t,; diplomatic reports today, has pledged
against u4tocitiv Formosa and perhaps- a te
islands as well witJioutt'clearance from the
And the Russians, Iritish observers maintain
given a strong impression of being anxious to
vol0 nt in a Far Epstern war Over. P Fdmou.
This impression was gained from recent
soundings in Moscow.
The Chinese commitment to Moscow was
to form part of a recent alignment which sl m
Chinese as Mit a Russian moves of liter I
sequence conditional on pnutual approval, acc
latest diplomatic information.
The Kremlin, the source'said support for the prevtli-A
is aware of Peiping's senstilve- tion.
sand iTh.vIa 954l
Red MChna#Spost 9lt costPIpe#1 ite
short of involvement in a Far
Eastern war.
The growing lmportance sp

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.Eftr Bll.,-rBl TEST Above nem aia shows Important cities in the U.8. whilh
StoAoek H-Bomb attact on arne I6. In addltton, four cities (Seattle, Port-
C i=tad, e .iSt I *~ar eleO) on- the-West -Oest will also take part in the test.

ouina Fnm Apparent LowBidder

Cnis Power C ersipn Projec
.:' ,; "7 - "- '."-,' ; ''. "o.'
ltwfp received for rise and Associates asd Cslev
.wik ka t land l tric Co., of Miami, Fla.,
54. 00 t V, t bid.'
cTiB raned from the low
ntd#Wby ehser Electrical
2. R. -1i 4 to 0- high of $71 ,900.
jJ .' or.-& involved in eoma-
||f j*Rh|fudea finishing and-io-
=. rwpn; cover lo
Ua. atiahar service, a
t: a.Dn ar; and
s i stabta. Bid-
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qIs Upormers

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Stbr ,af

2 House, Members;
Both Democrats
Arriving Here'
Two members of the United
States Ho e of Representatives
and the wives are expected to
arrive next week for a visit of a
fqw days to the Isthmus.
They are representatives Dan-
Iel J. Flood, of Wilkes Barre,
.Pemasylvakl, and John J.
Dem pse, m f Ft e, New Mex-
ico. Both a Democrate. Mr.
Flood serves on the Hous ADp
propratons nttee, and Mr.
DemPey is a member of the
Putli Works Committee

PC Qbsetoatory

he Ciday
The Ceat OesLrvatory at Mi-

4# mifes tram her home late
,Thursday, just one week after she
vanished after leaving her home
for school.
The little girl's blue snow suit
had been ripped open with a knife
and her underclothing torn away.
An autopsy revealed she had been
raped and strangled and stabbed
15 times with a small instrumeAt,
such a pen knife, on the day
she' disappeared.
Two facts led police to believe
she way have known her killer.
She was too shy to make
friends with strangers really,
and once even refused to get
into an automobile with her r
grandfather until he stepped out
of it to show her who he was.
Police also learned today that
lor the last two summers the Ga-
ca family had made numerous
t ips to a public picnic ground at
Pleasant Lake, only a half-mile
hom were Barbara's body was
found. The Gacas often were ac
eqpsfanied by friends and rel.
Detectives asked the girl's par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gact,
to make up a list of all persons
Who accompanied them on pic-
rics in the arfa. Some of the
persons were qitioned inform-
ally but none was arrested.
All known sex/deviates wer e
rounded up. but only two men
were detained neither with pre-
vious records of sex offenses.

beei .pbstobd inO 'Ap4l 5 until
7 o'cVockTesday night April U,
C. Col. Edward Jennlngs,
president of the association, an-
nounced yesterday.
The mtidng wMi be held Ia'the
Diablo Gymnasium. The postpone.
meant in the date was made be-
caue of the Easter school vaca-
tion. An interesting program has
been arranged with panel discus-
slons on several subjects.
R. W$ CollRnp. assistat super-
intendeat ndu director of elemen-
tary ed.-eatjpn of the Canal Zone
Schools, wid be chairman of a
panel covering two broad fields of
elementary education school
services and school and home re
The discussion on school serv-
ices will cover special services
provided and required by the Dia-
blo Elementary School. T11hese
include child guidance, remedial
trading, home services, health,
audio-visual, aids, speech correc-
tion and similar subjects.
The Danel discussion on school
and home relations will oo ver
*home contributions to child devel-
opment in the school; how P.T.A.
can help the classroom teacher;
school report g on child prog-
ress and actvtieM s to parents, and
other topics within that field.
Panel members will be Mis s
Gladys L. Elkins, supervisor of
.instruction in U.S. Elementary y
Schools; Miss Ruth E. Crea sy,
principal of Diablo Heights
School; Mrs. NajLPi GrottJam and
Mrs. Elizabeth MONevin, teach-
ers; Mrs. Clarence Jacobson and
Captain J. M. Collins, parents.

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cr411 fe1 p ayf M. W
some ofer iaedLbenefits.

For PanCantanal

Cucaracha Work
0. A. n o H it '- ama as the
apparent w bidder for the
purchase and demolition of the
Canal signal 4tation at Cucara-
cha and the construction of a
new building to replace it, bids
for which were opened Friday
morning by. th Engineering and
Construction Director at Baoa
The High Company making a
lump sum offer of $5,706.29 for
the work, was one of five local
coracting companies w ho
made bids. They Included Fra-
morco, Enrique Arango, Dilloif
and Hickman, and E. 0. Hauke,
of Colon.

early 1920's. once served as living
quarters for the signalman sta-
tioned on the left bank of Gall-
lard Cut. During recent years,
however, the building has been
used only as an office.
The new building wUl be a one-
room concrete structure with an
operating deck similar to the one
now in existence.

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sch xa manner that major
step oan be taken by either par-
t without the go-ahead from
a the sources aid, ap-
pears at the same' time anx-
ious to draw Red China closer
into European policies to
strengthen her own bargain
lng power vis-a-vis the West.
A Chinese representative was
reported to have bep n War-
saw last week formally endors-
ing Russia's plan for an East-
ern "Nato" under a joint com-
mand, as a counter to the Paris

that Tre he ee i
think Riesa would buc^
nse' Commnist attack,
moy and Matsu.
'Smith aid today
wrong' in rep ntin
dent a hav -Ud t
it was "an expression
The United Stats. and
Its Allies have bee cob
a point guattee to
mosa against attack .
Chinese Commulnlts, t

President Elsenhower was sources said.
meanwhile subjected to sharp 1
new congressional pressure to The plan, afned at e
announce that the United dangerous imaasaem
States wilL-and won't- de- East, alse mlht InS
fend Nationalist China's out- drawl of Natiotalsti
post islands, the outpost ild
Simultaneously, Sen. H. Alex- and Matst, it 09 ah
ander Smith (R-N.J.) backed
down from his statement that The plan would lool
President Eisenhower does not cease-fire n the Fra
think Russia would support a So far it hasn't gotten
Chinese Communist attack on because of CommunlI
Nationalist-held Quemoy and on "liberation" of Fyo
Matsu. I If a ease-f0'-s.l
Bitter words filed the Wash- taed however,
ington air as political splits would not attach ft
widened over the fate of the portanee to defendim
Chinese offshore Islands. and the Mates. "
Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy (R-
Wis.) renewed his charge that These informantr 1
the administration is "inviting a of a joint
war In the Far East" by not has been under
stating its intentions toward some time by the
defense of the islands. He urged Britain, Austria a
the President to announce he land.
would defend them. Administration of
In the same breath, McCarthy Alliem diplomats sA
accused Democratic leaders of problem is whether
workingn feverishly behind the woud the be a crlppdig
scenes In support of a Munich- tionallat morale.
type deal In the Far East." Chias t-aek
McCarthy particularly attack- his force win dofa
ed Sen. Estes Kefauver (D- and Mate. oine S J
Tenn.) for saying some "high The State Departg
administration officials are all comment t.h
"plotting and planning" to start cussions. O to & fl
a war in the Formosa area. The phasised the.
Wisconsin Republican called Ke- underway fir a.
fauver "irresponsible" And a time and that no
"worthy heir of the Munich tra- been reached. -
dition." .
Rep. Usher 1. Burdiek'(R-ND) Asked about the .
had even harsher words for Ke- partinent pre oflr
fauver. Without mentioning him Suydam said ad S
by name, he said "the senator Esenhower h be
who charges the administration unprecdente d at
with fomenting war" has given byte ConlW!
"valuable service" to Russia himself whet
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Labor Ne ws



S- THE RADERS OWN COLUMN Two dynamic young Detrolters
53VflUE tOR UM^P" OTU C-who In a decade wll be rivals
_" tfor the leadership of American
i A I t r 'X labor delivered hard-hitting
P i d -I 9 i i d and historic speeches last week-
r al M iA m I L end.
One, Walter Reuther, made
ie Mull Box is on Opforum for reader of The Panama Amerlcdn.jthe International headlines. The
.-s nOreived grat f ll and are handled in a wholly onflderntlOthr, Teamster Jim Hoff a, did
Yro o atribut lenter don't be Impatient Ift doesn't appear the care.
i LOnMa era published in the aodor received.
hi~ft keep the lone limited to one oage length. If Reuther' campaign for.'
a t letter writer is held in strictest confidence. the Guaranteed Annual Wage
newspaper asumesr no responsibility for statements as opInionM i historic and a turning point
gad I loners trow readers. in our industrial life, so Is
o -- offa's for he is the human


turbo-dynamics behind a drive
to build one big union of pos-
N. A A -l.n.f a I

I0 the Defense Department thinks "it would be too expen- 03s auwwva *r r ou tve
to move the airstrip." That's what the paper reported. workers.
hat means that Charles E. Wilson has put a price on your These are perhaps gr ose
s head. Just money, that's all. h v are perhaps gr-pr
Pathate the price of moving, divide that sum by tle umber words .about the 42-ye a-ld,-
Sthe prc oYour child I ninth vice-president Of t1 e
~ldren in the schools and there you have it. Your, hild Teamsters Brotherhoods. But
h so many dollars and so many cents. Dead, that Is. those who heard Hoff rouhut
t's just money, Mr. Wilson. You give away millions every those whohetard Hofn Nw rog
Eh to countries that will betray you in a showdown, but you hewa rhetoric In New York They
Mot spend one thin dime to protect our children. Parents Saturday don't think so. They
not spend one thin dime to p o o now believe they listened to the new-
* Canal Zone, don't let him sleep in peace. Let h know t force on the national labor
eld him personally responsible for our children's safety. I 't ce. t n
ant there is not one community in the UnitedStates that hey heard him talk of the
Cluster of schools at the end of an airstrip. Sane people o Ty he n atin's rank-and-
surge of the nation's rank-and-
have a voice In local government would not permit it file with the fervency of a Billy
Fou don't have to permit it. Don't be afraid for your jobs Graham. There were no long
are skilled and trained, you can always get work, but where range plans to remake the
sven will you get a replacement for that child that loves worTd.
trusts you7
rite to Mr. Wilson c/o Dept. of Defense Wash. D.C. and let' h was, Intead, a proletar-
know what you think. fOr mail this letter to him. ian talk at a ttaditional-type la-
tou have nothing to lose and you may save your child's life. bor banquet in the Hotel Com-
A Plrent monrdn nwherer theA

hje of my youngster's friends made the "A" Honor Roll for
glR-weeks period, and being a lowly Freshman, this was a
, If this list, copied from the Home Room bulletin board
i been published elsewhere in your paper, maybe others
I he interested.
"A" Honor Roll: (4 Freshman, 4 Sophomores, 6 Juniors,
). .- Toni Capitani. Mary Curtis, Joan Degentar, Joan
Danlel Eggleston, Becky Esser, Enrtque Ho, Diane Jacobs,
SLiingston, Frank Miller, Carol Perantie, Milton Rodriguez,
Tilley, Janet Tribe, Janeth Vinton.
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gomery Ward Head Suddenly

irs Labor, To Earn Support

Union was celebrating.
Jim Hoffa came to tell the
Bakers of his "friendship for
their president, Jim Cross, with
whom he had gone hungry years
back, subsisting only on bologna
Hoffa talked of the growing
power of labor and shouted
out that the rank-and-file came
first above all else.
His presence there weighed
more heavily with some of his
listeners than even his speech,
so reminiscent of the old Wob-
SThe Bakel fe Jut one in
the. coalition iEll l which
feed and help move fol,:-oth-
er produce, fuel and merchan-
die to the public inland
and to and from the coasts.

tOO, April 2 (UP) signed on the local level wltV -l. _s s _f a'T hbtrlro. He
Avery, for decades a in 60 days. / I 'omeoft trur p w. i
holdout against or- The signing was the cccaslon l e in partnershilp with the
r, today signed an for a ceremony in which Avery Teamsters and others work-
withthe AL Team- and Beck posed shaking hands roght Inide th Teamsters
and received the for photographers. Avery, usual- brotherhoodt which-he is, in
of supportin ly formal and dignified, patted fact-, secnd-In-conmnand.
to on Booeck's bald head, g -"J4the priv of0&M
-, for many sears Av4e 4 .. ii. ',
posed labor contracts- d Isew
Sof te teamsters remembered as the maw o a
on worth of Ward was carried from his office _O#ry N the
S Iout 12,000 shares. soldiers in World War II rIhave .r maritime dlvi-
Sprealddht Dave Back failing to heed a War Labor fo reaching right across the
would "definitely, posi- Board directive. "land. .
and certainly recom-1 Beck said the agreement cov-O thBrldhe ,West oa, H
Shis associate that they ered about 95 per cer of Wa d's~ te wru pre de i ch itt.e a
air stock In favor of workers over whchf the tIi e ency o te
sters claim jurisdiion. A few nal ongBsoremen's a i
thousand other eployes a r Wrehousemen's Union. Then
thousand other eployes are the Teamsters will take in that
-yar-old 'board chair- represented by different unions, pwf union which e n thatr
-W srd ftces a knock- but the bulk of the firm's 52,000I power al .w h controls
battle With financier workers remained unorganized. much of the Pacific docks.
' Wolfnson for control of Beck said thb Interhitional W th.. o t
e tmal-oraer firm. union owns nd Warh's stock IHoaint two ora three weeks,
tmuli-mil on dollar Itself but he mrl urge Th af s0ta ndictmi e SWPe iam Team-
Vt U rtggle comen to latest which hold shares to committee i. wtmeet again
Sen April 2 ar the vote their stoek for "the pes- nn with the rothe contro-
t o rocf old- ent manageniet.n" verslal International Longshore-
:; it directors. Company qhnd union officials men's Ann. and settle all details
leirston, Wolfson om- said the prey tight with Wolf- o" their shif Into th Team-
,,a to itr sbn t oroes e and Departm t
that d rox y fights son never w as. mentijpl d dur- eastern othcks lThu the
taere bedfellows." e Ing 18 months of nfltltlone d.o. l1 n the ju
,,i t ~vrid di+ictn of Teamsters.
i ter "being very ant fTor the agreement. They idalde sdl on ofTeamsters.
VWard's signed an a& r.egotlations started long before f s
Sand the proxy fight the proxy battle began. a sfore of unlons whh were
pve had some bearin3j Beck said now that hlr union ,rking with the brotherhood.
Avery's change in at- had an agreement with mongt these1Is the C tall,
lit was to its "best Interelsts" eand Departmert at
and Beck signed an a- work with the present manage- oIth..l Jim orn is ordr.
aI covering 15,000 em- ment. whr a morganatic aror.
ine mali-order houses. The agreement provided for T.hi. a
stores and twoware- maintenance of union mem-e mTis is a unlon with 150,000i
he company The ershirmembers, but to Hoaft it's a unit
the compay Thebershin and a grievance proce-iwhich can smooth the roadway
prodd that con- ure backed u by arbitration, oo e
each of the two principles entirely new toOut to the horizon. On this un-
e negotiated and Ward's. ioncan be based the drive for
-- million, of new members. For
-. there are 10,000,000 non-unlon-
Anewr I t i Proe PH Ilzed white collar workers in the
S Pi|ms retail businesses Of Arerica.
dAkI the experts finurl it, 5,000,-
Z.II __ -_I .i .000 are unorganizable because of
O W -Nlocation or because they are in
[M tiny units, But this still leave
I dN onthe Teamsters another 5,000,000
2iI5- among which to proselytize. To
the Teamsters and toTim i offa,
dopiranhMd the field is a "natural."
-! i nThjbrotherhod 5to ki
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I Blt 2 Girl's name 410 ra lightS
Q"OuBtryhootels't Decide 4t'Upsn
nage8ant 38 Inadividuals 43 Food ish
S11 Pade preads to dry44 Auclea
Sbr e ed .31 Exabmles 46 Ar'
r aLe r mtrkes accounts 4 Irland
sW 1Olu p 33 itch= tool .4msft
W = 8 Treaty Accompany 0Bever

sales help and warehouse peo-
ple of the land. This Industry
could not long survive without
the merchandising lifeblood
fed it by trucks.
Driving these trucks is the
business of a million or more
members of the already pow-
erful Teamsters.
Some of these trucks, travel-
Ing over-the-road, reach Into
virtually every towi and hamlet
in the nation. Other trucks,
pick up and delielwna to
central depots in the big cities,
rumble into all business distet
of the country. -
With these abUaM and with

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The Old Man


LONDON There seems little feeling here of desperation at the
doubt now that the Old Man isn't idea of losing the strong hand of
kidding about quitting any more, the old boy on the national reins.
tu t that a firMtn nnotecment of There has been none of the "in-
Sir Winston, stepdowa.4wU be dispensable man" stuff that they
made in the next week or' so. A have been draping on President
general election in June is docket- Eisenhower lately. Sir Winston's
ed as well, unless Winston's kid- 80, he has been sick, and he has
ding again, raised up a boy under him-Eden
This is p oa s s bl e despite the with the firm idea of letting Sir
P.M.'s advance age and a stroke Anthony run things. This he has
tnat kept him paralyzed A couple been doing .or the past year or
fL, years ago Again and qanihe more.
As told his chief lieutenants the There doesn't seeh"to .be much
month, day and hour of his retire- chance of the Socialists getting in
ment, only to cross them up at again soon, with or without Chur-
I f last moment and call the whole ctill at the helm. h
tliig got He made a naughty game The Siocialasts are, having .their

story f o HoEuslet tax
SentrGia oirer a wbere his e av could awinu a
Dig 4 conference idtver for pal
the jumbled way iV wkIh Impor- t cUt, Aneu it
tAnt staT. toward vorld peae moh b toet 'efr

A8n68shideto gett- with
...s.t. m.-ae takes. bod.. "ha d Of .
It was no accidfl that Stor a ore o eto Gee', -to

thnatepd tfowand wmte f m mbidtooea ndss -
gos made his 04"q UrgingadMrfatra was0 1 a

aJohn Foitern cde tbat ar a thoe i4 f "AlMsi.. to,

defense pact w bit lwU a diii Iu w Imm
forva .t ethe-a t Theo EmD. .
So ta Aistl peato9 To pat I' ccmfrao m

at sodh y. the Dltaly ofel day, n trt S theo
at toot for the Fa ,ftt Vat*hie wgas Said: I^
defense lt with RI, .

n wr ao t d re c Dulle nd nt wheth z iL not tre.el, there 1
tense A Quemoy and M au. o ce I would o nt irems
sa il l, t e venera t ab s I I d te faint ,t he aidm: i
tar frOn Georugia hse B.. owdo w id tiilnm nd
.arbed. oe oehaIta cl~ .te- b da 2 4l ea gls e onrf Oe. SL u v

tsuento. -- l p.closer -o the Demoeratise41 f
-ie, -i"at;., 6enato ee twa3 affa l,-,, l
rded out ndecretary Duobout rg he, than -.wlt his own "
a Bil 4 conference and 6t sme no leader SI wmatr.. not' w
encouragement. Dulles dfitt sq Whether ,a not lke e'ver"atts
,es and didn't say no, -HIisnfre a Big 4 conference remairnslgt'
said later that what he aUlly had be seen. e __n___ .?
In mind was ,a forn miter Meawhile. he is under contain
meeting, not a cu g con. g heavy or essue rom
trence including P r Bulgan.- ront-Wi t Iurchl
ULBig 4 c and "bine been baitr him*w


Ge6rg also had/ a private talk
with Sepretary-of the Treasury
... Humnphrey, ly top cabinet ad-
viser who is sta ppeosed to a mil-
itary showdown i the Far East.
Other Cabinet advisers dealing
with foreign affairs have line
tp with Dulles in favor of a stiff
Far Eastern polley, even proven.
Sitive war.
They are definitely prepared to
use tactical atomic bombs against
co entry's operation is contemplat- military targets on the e
ed if Churcnid does fulfill therm wn sald--a tep wich many be-
eT and quit as prime minister. I would lile all Asia ldly
A a taRporary measure uEdin 8,ast Congress has now give
wiva mi ti A m ioul as fPresident authority to take
pwrI mstar id double as ifoellnMl drastic step, and Senator
secretary aa fll ,. ~1 en if a genr. r was thi man whn iniiated
eral election returns thei Tories to t wt a e man who in.a. le
officeheo would dig up a new tor- sl. o f a orit
eign secretary and take oer th the pased in record time. Now tat
~ad the of the authority has been given, how-
S1ades. B to HU.ouwBs. Com -ever, George is not happy abut
mos. B tme foreigner, z- gathering si P e that am-
&.land will never qqltqhe same l',bh may be used.
without the old bo N 'speak- secretary of the TreMsun Hum-
m hard facts in th e li oratory pey not only agreed with Sena.
cf our time and lau evilly 5 George. but e g him
1 lays traps for e ponn s Ito discuss his worries others.
en s powel p etty aP e -- m ii
has been a ilomat slate he ewas rL _e g alsol.._"'__" -__"1".

Long before last wcek's state.
ment-barrage, Winston Churchil
had been needlag Ike--as o r
the aged Primoe ilter of ng
land can needle-to hold a gW t
conference. Churhilll sent Word
that the Russians were anxious for
such a meeting that it would b
m crime to avoid a meeting withM
Bulganin just because he was a
stooge for to Communist at
B ganin, Churcil told Wke,
far, from a figurehead. he's si
relistie enough to be frighten
by the possibility of atomic-hydro
gen war.
In the twilight of his years,
therefore, Churchill told the Pres-
dent he should be permitted oue
final opportunity to establish eau
during peace. .
Tr Prime Mlnister's messaell
may not hamv counted as heavy$
as the political prestige of Benat&,
George; but added together, thiy
constitute a real leverage d th
President for a Big 4 meeting. '


-press. The Beaver and Sir Win- mediate electlona a vote of con- time. It isk utral that he should W_,,.-, A. aI.Ui WM
hanvoSMpa budd.i a long fdence without appejrjFg to take b qu but to me It seems!i up'o rmi .hto hlbd a l. B i 1
tm .nd ,ti. doesn't seelto be advantage of the Lab.r boys in- impsb. b .Whehe was out sa4lt. s.. fn mor eheld lh"
la lp.u. side cat fig.it. Io office you a w -knew he was do, 11 ^ -e--a -B,
I haven't Leen able to get any No very drastic changes in the there when )od needed him. i e
PI ..tor U oeorge.
When, therefore, George finally
e e made his statement about aBig a
/ "' .* ,s conference, it was something of a
Surprise to have Senator Knowland
/ issue a statement from inside the'
White House throwing the full1
WASHINGTON (NEA) How much good her people. Therefore, no surplus hogs, since weight of isenhower hedmful
secretary oState John Foster Dlles' trip they ddn' fatten wepnll.propaganda alop station against the George ug -
arun~t the Sdutheast Asia countries did Is .1- UI the Russians dqo nfdilrt farmers or atu- FUo I
ustrated 'by one little incident in Burma, dents from agricultu U clleges Jo America to Knowland had just come from a
When the'Sedretary and his. ataff landed at study U. 8. methods, thit saoaod be the first conference with the President dur-
the Rangoon airport, they were not met by Pre- thing. they will have to learn. wIg which be, Knoland, did most .
mler U'Nu, nor any high official of the Burmese of the talking and iEsenhdwer did
government. YOU'VE READ everything when you read that'most of the listening-as usual.
When te Secretary went into conference the. U. S. Chamber of Commerce has now taken Ar usual, also, the President ex-
with the runaew-Premier and hi scablnet, Mr.,,the Teamsters. Unon to task Hsr refusing to bar- pressed agreement with Knowland.
lles said he had come to get better acqualit- gain with its employee' labor /nlon. It was after this, and with the .
d and to exchange views. The trouble began out n Portland, Ore., President's Blessing, that Know PAPER DOLL-The look of
The Premier smiled and said nothing. His where- thea employ of the earnsters union, all land, standing beside Press Secre- amazement on lovely Ruth Rob.
ministers and staff were seated around him in office workers lo ied the American Federation tary Hagery. Issued his blast ts fae is explained by herI
Burmese dress and sandals. Only the Premier of Labor's Officb Employes' International, and against the 4 parle press agent a surprise at the
wore western style shoes, and loud socks. asked their Teamsterbosaes for a contract. A few minutes later Wite house ad shape of the world then
For" Sdlfa minute and a half, the. Burmese Collective barganing didn't proceed very advivsersbgan to wake up. Not d. Headds that lon-lelles
and AmericSl-.Srups sat in silence and stared smoothly, andt case finally got to National caly had the President sanctioned uthe, who wants that long l
at each other. Though the outside temperature Labor Relations Board. a lp-down afthe po .rful sengr .h "Miss Photogenic Qen ofB I
was tropical, the official Burmese coldness was .en ator from Geor a. but he ton "Mit is fo r fromQu of
embarrassingly obvious. An NLRB examiner accused the Teamrter r of prmitt the laPJ .n when e of il t bad share f
Then Secretary Dulles broke the ice again, violating the Taft-Hartey law by refusing to torr. ew tax bi'i f i hans --'
and the talks went on. There were two more bargain with the union of its employes. Democrats tax bi Inb i
conferences, both most cordial and fsank. In Commented the U.P.C.C., spokesman for busi-
the end, Premier U Nu came to the airport to ness, and rubbing it In: "'he Teamsters union C SI ANC FS Ru C lbraitLr
see the Secretary and his staff depart. did not folleowu gamber policy, which reads: 'The SI GLANCES y air i.
sts right of employes'to organize qad bargain col-
ONE KEY OFFICIAL in the Department of :ectively should be upheld whenever such action
Commerce test on evacuation for a simulated is the result of their own free choice.'"
atomic bomb attack came out of the exercise -- *
with a very red face. AT THE WHIT HOUSE News Photographers' j
The idea was that all Commerce employes annual dinner In Washington, Democratic Speak-
would be given a one-hour advance alert warn- er of the House Sam Rayburn' made a point of
ing. They would then get jA their cars, and by getting up from his seat at"the raised head ta-
pooled rides, drive five miles outside the Dis- ble and moving a few places to the ribht to t
trlct of Columbia. Main Building employes went whisper something. In the ear of Republican ) *
by one road. Census employes by another, Bu- President Dwight D. Eisenhower.
reau of Standards by still another. The President was observed .to laugh heartily. W
Everything went pretty well except that the All this was in full view of the nearly 750 diners .
man in charge of the evacuation ran out of gas in the ble Statler hotel banquet room. J
on the 14th Street bridge over the Potomac. This little incident was in market contrast-to f
There's a Mew -rule now: "Always be stre your what had happened at a previous newsmen's
had virtually Ignored each other, causingr ome
U.8./DEPARTMENT of Agriulture experts say talk of growing -coolnea between the two offl-
privately that Communist Boss Khrushchev's cials.
new plan to put the Russian farm economy on Publicly, thev had traded a -couple of harp
, corn-hog basls, like America's, is a lot of ma- M rttcinms of each other'*tax zpoltles.
lukey. What Speaker Rayburn said-to President Ei-
First requisite for such a am production enhower at the -he er, to cau
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and other storn depi dust drilts igatuat
collided rain and snow. doors.
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bit Lamar, Colo.. with the dust. the dubt also filtered Int
t knocked down power lines ery home it touched,
in A : hatchery, crematbg t many closed tight The clean
'co UIs chickens. for rugs and drapes wit
-Schools in some sections of fnto.thousands of dollars.
ibiUO Trex,, April 2 "Visibility was 10 to 30 feet
M'd.Surt storm so big It with winds up; 0 ,ulles an
_" o Washington, New hour," Highway Trooper B.
9d BtAnpimultaneous- Reed said4.at mon, Okla. FLTA MERC NTE
od across five South- "The dusted -s thick I never FLOTA MERCANTE
s states teday oG told knew when j.e.sun icamke u-ic
ywu to 70 miles an hour. he said. "dldtiers say7 It R ANM IA A A
Pa one of the worst on re- one of the worst they aveer GRANCOLOMBIANA A.
I bad, equalling the worst of e
Any points in Colorado, 30s."
SOklahoma, v!sibllty "It is one of the all-time "CI DAD DE CA l"
block or less. greats.,"^^- fMMA
Mexoico, it ter H.
i o a ile said. loo~s~ WEST COAST SERVICE
sh of Oklahoma and eastward or n wtrd, Next Sailing to U. S. West Coast Ports,
igMns radoes. chief t o i o r a April 7, 1955
a loof red dust said as. .. -.
wide and go allQ
mr il deep. Itwas M/V "'IUDAD DE QUITO"
Sby a eld frant. The "Tr lt M/ UDAD DE QUITO"
ture was nearly free east com t
e rapdstrokesm of t eas om the al arriving from UNITED STATES and-CENTRAL
o on APRIL 8. 1965 and sailing for BUENAVEN.

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Masonic Bulding, Cristobl. C. Z.

9 adfic Steam Naviaqion bmoany

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*S.S. "MORAZAN" .......... .......................... April 21
*8.S. '"IBUEBAS' .......................... .April 30
*Handis Refrigerated Chilled and General Cargo
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l Ion, with daily Bies,-begi-. ro idGo o ay, IIl-dren' t ad
S- rea tomorrow, when cel- C i ., th0ee-
UP .b.rations of -the r Sbaeh ,att yaur o tl6aJr. ce.. Ved.
WIlbeat 6 a &m.nd 9 a'.m.,& t en t bhe MdastD W
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3t. H the p nramst of Holy Baptl m. '.."I
so d (Bui No, 15 4 eOt At the 9 o'cl c
o.......... .. 11o the traditl onl Palm unday
"."t "u' ldima III, ... :3: Ocession. and the s nain 101,
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Epi..o"" thl .i a e ""fIV"' hly A rk Night a
iv ad 4 th Tng service will e i t w bo
8err-ce Center tomorrow at
Sume y a MN Each mor*a th uwe Sv Ct ma at o. I there w1ltef Hwlek m. will feature "The Amador Fol-
s erw J. *Wa: 5,a9 M. U ,o,. A inthtris I Communion at 6 o'clock Holy lies," a mualtal revue comprise
o- Saturday. J l I- . ........... ........ Good Friday, when the mass of soley from Fo
I.* J s o $:0 p. r *4 so 9 vn iS S ? s the Pre-lanctlff a Will -&le ner- madoo M e-prformatkce w
le d ai s S M a sToif PComat .. ni on on medoy *. brated at o a:n di binal production,
"fl^^^ ^. w Ma na.. Church Schoo l montl. A o : on the Seven It tethmus.
,. on the Seven
-'-io uch-in l S: '. mPr M. Mas, ma aerIviFs rT AMAO eCross during theel b our s B*ole' ha been a hioi
CI .ab S tudy Cgub aonD pB ... .. setce Cra .00od Friday wt be light on the program at the va .
a. m 3****m** m tdaellyered by the Very Rev. riou service clubs on the mll.,
L... . to ....-.... -6.....,. ror LA.01t.' a :ch chard M, ad. a of St 8l W DatS e pd Bthe members
*.A,- m i A. wSMoA Y, o.i ; SOuke e a 'fterno he q. Coe F oyn many chari
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,,,c.xa.tCHURCH Of '"* day, Wedneadwy and Mriday Canal Zone and Panama.
....uI Sirer a n .. Tt ..... evenings there will be tion Mrs. Betty Haberstlck. who IlEB
eps. at U a of the as. On Thursday. the in charge of the Fort Amador
.. .. ''- As p." n s Biblet 7 .t id On Satturday evening dor Porll'r wichd develop

to : me. Waa"t*3p. H s.t. -.,,o, use^..r, p e sm. udeM .................. 10 On-Eater afternoon at S o- barr, Hq. Co. ort Amadr, Cpi
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Catch Clam: Sundy I00 to 4:00 coups A Suonday !-... . T A Harmonica Selections, Pt.-
Moru .: nu ..o 1am 7 T:9 the a toing ser ied r Scene i toitrer u ftoot
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S1A P Si nas :t He P roRT -I*cPalm unday: 7:30 ra.m.Holy Gtes, Miss Joyce Dugas, Mrs. i
d .:.: :.. Sa turda y .. .g ..... 11.. 00 0Pom.union B lessing o th e Juanita K arts, and M iss Pa .
ar.10.Cm m St4 as o I 1 1&coTh W A i.. 1. 60 Palms. 9:f30 Church School; 1 Wad -.
**g* ^mSew and asp ^ -a --o erme TeErnal u P o l a. l
ssil. eny pa r a na y ** " t.on"'a On" ertory: "G o To b ark Brooks a sl l m PI&
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W SLM y I ESHoly Communion; 8:30 a. m., gust M Fas, STO
gu S nati w : ma TOat.......- rayer ............I aUU OP THb HARASSA -- .- also. John La' brals S Q !ftI

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HIouRen Miscellaneous
JOR RENT: Second floeer of FOR SALE: Pedigreed Toy
residence o Goenerl Joes Son pups. Purple ribbon strain.
Martin Avenue No. 6: Four bed- U.K.C. registered, Ametoy ITey
rooms, living reem, dining om, Terriers)i. Poronts very smoll.
kitchen, large porch. Inquire Black nd white toen trim. Af-
ground floor. fecionoto end playful. Ideal
house dogs. 9076, Ninth Street,
FOR RENT:-2-bedroem chalet, Colon. Phone 52.
en corner of Via EslOle end
Cello Colombia No. 2, $130. FOR SALE:-Euesch elt se x-
uor 2-271further form ophon in very good condition.
Quilano 2-2718. Phone 2-3401. House 1502-B,
FOR RINT:-Smell chalet, one Belboa.
bedropp, loMdlit 4 dining room,
kitchen, Moderato'rent. General O,-ans, H. Lubts,
Jolt de Sen Mqrtin Ave. No. FOR SALE: --lPng, H. Lubitn,
6. dow_ Sair German. upright. Just ton.,. ox-
-. ai_____.___collent condition. Phone Balboa
FOR RlET:- Furnimied chelet 4227 after 6 p.m.
with tWrod' bedreo twh bath---
roomq Mwter. Good neigh- FOR SALE:- 4 Electric Mules
lo017l with station for charging

anal Zone Dental Polyelnlc FOR RENT
Dr. ,. E. FAbrega D.D.S. Apartments
Deotur.-brldge work-air brssveu FOR 'ltrTT-Ono-bedroom fur.
e General Practle nished apertmpoet eo" Aye. Peru.
II (41h of July) Ave No. 21A4 fo2c4u the park. Phone 3-3099
od Ancon School Playground) or 3-0748.
.Telephine' 2.201i-PenamiL 07 ---
n .1 FOR REIT:-One or two-bed-
room furnished oportments, well
Isclott a-dd.geiedi neighborhood.
WANAL ZONf LADIES. cool end quiet. Phone 3-0276
s of sil cre* ate or 34R31.. __
Sl of beaut* y fo aItr FOR RENT: To rapponsible
Y M C A. party only, furnished two-bed-
Beauty Salon room apartment. eremened $10.
S H. ouse No. 7. 35th Stroet, one
lb1. el. 3677. block from the Lux Theater. For
-.', further Infoerition phone Qui-
lano V-2718.
Modern furnished apartments. I,
w"ry kind of muscle ache and. 2 badreoms, hot, cold water.
jaded -nervea: at the .El Phone Papi -4941.
SilMassagehlo. T]I. 3-r1.o. --1) .FAN-
gndma Massfge Salon rme4-". W, ALam-
Phone 1386 Colon.

R2- onA
3 I -592M Applyj S04 beae
S L Roeed,
jup ln g 0,d9 FOR ENT: Modern apart-
9 monet, Independent. $45. Vie
bseg ant.- Porros & Corraqeifle No. 61.
Sr. Miguel.
FOR RENT:- Furnished opart-
mont. North American neigh-
her" b, frequent transportation,
Sf iunm anmlder $50. Phone 3-01.

batteries. Bargain price. See at
Muelleo ngl6s. Phones 2-0550.
JOIN THE TREND towards mod-
em w i n d o w covering, using
match stick bamboo draperies
and curtains. Custom-made in
all sizes and any color for im-
mediate deliver y. Venetian
blinds, reconditioning services.
Free estimate. Call 2-3063 or
3.4904. Diqtfibqtd byv Predue-
tos de Madeal, % ., 98 CentreO
Ave., between Kodak Blilding
and 5th Avenue Store.

FOR SALM" Set man's left-
handed golf clubs and beg. Set
women's righthanded clubs and
beg. Call 5-197.

FOR SALE:-Honey bees. Small
apiary. M. S. Herring, Huse
137 Gambeo. Phone 6-225. Call
to sea them Sunday.
FOR SALE:-27" Television set,
automatic geo stove, Ironer, au-
tometic cabinet, 12-cu. ft. G.E.
refrlgerator (90 pound frees-
oreel, G.L vacuum clner beau-
M tiful oce living room set.
Phlme -.158 Coue Solit.
Queter~ o0O-Ik ltJetS t. :
pr Al Kmoeiose awing
machine sensele model, like now,
olostrie $95. CASA ADMIXA-
BLE. the Ncchi establishment,
Centiel Ave. 10-30, Roet to the
Lottery Budnlen. ocroe from
Ntionel City link. Phise 2-

FOR SALE-.Washlng machine,
0-cycle, $35. good cenditien.
Heoe Ne. 9 7th Shret. Peoru

, = I FOR RINT:-., Furnished opart- Lefevro.
_ Dtmiabl e American Veter- mont. G.I-jnMtd. Via Porre-
-Pa.l itMa lal Chapter No. No. 99.F2061. RSALE: .- Trepleal shes,
MS. their installation of of- ed- ih
1s tis week at a Clubdinner FOR --2-bedrooue speot- p ples, mediclnes. ACUARIO
S,A1Jy and Navy Club Fort me nt,, ddEd'p so i Just TROPICAL PfT SHIOP, 49 Via
* ...l. ...h S. 77. Epooe. Pl eo 3-5411.
gng commander E. C. Va- FOR Whong,_ ,_
.turned the tools of office funisl FOR SALLE-3 S-lberling ties
the new commander, bath. kh- 70-15 with l d
t H. Davis, after Introduc- a n, hot water. $90. Call $7.50 ech. 0920 Ameder Reed,
the officers to the gueti and a -1701. 1*7ae.
Tra. The officers In~. ed
ipit the new commander for'
year 195 were J. A. Ander- ,, .
S a.es ylr vice commanders; US Taken
. Carey, adjutant. Fred J.'er i y S U e
Slunti vice commander
itf.ftflcers elected were Rob-


FOR SALE:-1954 Mers Miner
2-door sedia. Office 83-4225,
heiu 86-6179.
FOR SALE:-1952 Oed four-
deer osden. NeWr wpit jo. Run
like a new ar. Pvpd4 to pil.
Colon Phone 800.-

FOR SALE: BargHin. 1953
Chevrolet Statleo Wason. Low
m i I e ag oe. Excellet condition.
Good tires. SMOOT & HUNNI-
CUTT. LA., Coln. PhIma 800.

FOR SALlis -Br el., only
$750. 1951 Sudebker 4-dooeer
sedan. Gomenditlen. Low mile-
S.A.. Colon. PrFe 00.
FOR SALEi-DarellIn, 1947
Plymouth Club Coupe. Goed
transportation, end mechanical
condition goee. Only $275.
. Colon. Phone 800.

FOR SALE --Ber in. "Priced to
sell, 1950 p p, beauty,
paint, good'thN.' Only $175.
Colon. Phone,800.
FOR SALI:-- re I n, only
$245, 1947 Dodge Convertible
C o u p Good trouspatetaion.
Price can't be beat. SMOOT &
HUNNICUTT, S.A., Colon. Tol-
ophone 800.
FOR SALE: 1954 Chevrolet,
10 m on th good condition,
$1500. et duty peld. Coel Pen-
ama 3-5485.
FOR SALE:-2-tode Blue 1952
Pontiac Fordor, redli. Bargain.
See anytime No. 2233 Car St.,
2-1317 Balbes.
FOR SALE.-1949 Chlvrolet 4-
.door. Can b soen anytime 5286
'Moarison Steet, Diable, e Reon-
ably priced. Gooeed condition.
FOR SALE: 1952 Plymouth
Crenbmeek 4-deor pden.ood
condition. Phone Blbo 42s27
ofter 6..p. y Jal.pi tnpy Htie

eonemlmal eOd iWs n. 2112-C,
Phone Cremdu 4193.
FOR SALE.--1952 Buick Super
Ce v tibl.hillyejui~od plus

FOR SALE:-1948 Packord 2-
door. Original point, radio, heat-
er, fog lights, w/s/w tires like
.now, chromium rims, etc. Loev-
ing for States $500. Phone Pon-
,.ame 3-5161.

fOR SALI. 1954 Chevrolet
.Bol Mp"4-door, PoweaMlde.
*- radio, ir lpeaker, w/s/w, tint-
ad ts, !tw-tene. House 712-
1, Teatil. BIelboo. 2-1158.
FOR SAUM-1947 Buick Sdeon
S27,~ e 1 3164. Apt. CND.
*Poneu -H712I East 8th f*6t,
Cumandu. C.Z.
FOR SALE.'-1952 Mor. Ox-
ford. Rlablel, eosy on Sa, now
.Irms. Heuse 875 MorWp Ave.
fOR SALI.-1942 Ford lsodn,
nntor, body excellent, 6150.
pbM 2.914. HouM 2426,
Maron Avre. lolkm.

Hoamehold Miont's CoaA... .%.
Pa Sate Clewt. Lqs shjoe...
FOR' SALE: . Iidei-e i-ftm Phone B lbeA i & I
froomr top, 69-.qle, $1z2S It.
neopra.g mtroef b D&box pM i ei
lrk *e1t0r iro. rt3 PHI1LLIPS Oc mM"_.. Calt.
il ,t, s.ed. $Z. Sato Clara. Bon 45 Bgo .
Sel*ri~ ~t ch.; weeMl PaFnel Pnma. 3-1W77, Ceid-
JI.f N twe table hbpe hmp aW 3.T673.
Scak. Panese 1- .P.J -
-r.cLIAMS' Se re .u.ee..

alumlb-a:Wi kSpl"astic tape, for ;m"_
T. A" .- hopen complete for _
4d w Ite A,.gIaw $80. dlbes
4H-' r Fq Ud

OR SALh-.ol-som t, -m
maditRl; SuitpM deep eI-pl
Lowering aid mottresh, Mr. .
Mry. dresser with' large mimkt
tsh 's dp n. Tel. 2-3790.
MF0 SAL- $5-eycle Gml
Ifet ric weehiq machine. -ril
deliver to your residence. See at
251-A Coca.. &
FOR SALI:-Kenmor ve u"p.
dur with with aottachmio .
$ O.,. I,. 1000ooow., .
Orte at oi,12 $80; Pe '
Inu l91 t muhogny T1
$125; chine lost $129; So*
twelve 1847 Rogers (Eterne
Yours) $60; set twelve ReIel
Crown Derby chine $100; Zen-
ith 3-bend radle $60; 1T7.
pieces of crystal ware $250. Ve
Aeroperte No. 25, Panmoiq,
from noon to 4 p.m.
FOR SALE:- 13 piece Rattan
living room suite; 1-place me-
hoseny dining room suite; V-
frigerator. gas stove; mahogatny
bedroom suite, Innerspring met.
trees. House No. 7, Apt. 15,
45th Street. Bell Vito..
FOR SALE: Seven-piece Rat-
teo living room set and large
rug. Phone Clayton 6183.
FORI S A.L-Wven cotton rugs
(lz10, vx2), like now. Phone
2-2914, House 2426, Morgan
Ave., Beloe..
FOR SALE -4 llghmt bseikgay



clocs. Phono 3-4137.
FOR LE:,. 8 belI, dining,
room ebleo, ehbeo,w4!, Street
No. 44. Apt. 4. ;..

Rooms 7-
FOR RINT: Well vntlltoed
furnished room In neoW hkolet.
Residential district, with right to
living room. Meab eOl:Nt M k.J'
niahed. To fme.wlethA-&
taste or mortJed hmpl. PM ",
office hour., 2-4902.
FOR RtNT: Fubnished airy,
front Moom, beelmlor only. 22-
67 Calko E.Ktd m' Ro.
LOs Ps .. .. .
7061ERT:. I.-A-iii
furnished room, hk1heo, friM-
gorator, dinnli rNoom, telep h
priviloe., 4t0 of July A". No.
1410. Apt. 3, opplite Roone-
volt HotLeL
FOR RENT: Fambed room.
Street, Perojil, Hop&o 7-39.

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CLINIC, beside C1peIfot Thne.
ftr. Day-Night service. Phoes
pry Orchids, Cor e ., l.
qeHt. Delivered almwltrra
U.S.A. andP. e p' + PeN .m
eon. -o077. c r l Uelst.

Wanted PomiPon

WANTIO---Maid, hill or.
tim, -ed with children, 0a
M, mfnrfermece. 7-C Do


S1-Wanted to- Bu
FtAl:. So-Jo., WAN1TDTOUY_- W. q-
S lto restfire C4 *einroe.t 4- mwer 1e`
IfabePwt.5 344 A emo. C
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rs amdl he serveL a gee
ies Wbhiskey Co.) after winnln
a trphy In addition to a cah I
IMlev sh, Pasmsa City; Alfoa

' -e -,'r'All It Can' From Commies so.-...... ._ ,
..ew/s/w, radio, of bbus line. Fir
latry Churchmore Bult-. o- Phone 2 ldren. P
%ented the chapter with
haptr flag and.euip- NEW YORK, Adril 2 (UP) -in caues where it is not possible FOR BALE.- 1951 Pontiac 4-
emory of her late hum- Sen. Styles Bridges (R-NH) said because of the time element or dewr Se4an DeLume. Clen,
C. Wultman a past t)day the United States has other reasons we are proceeding tires. Must sOll this month. el
of the DAV. Chapter 'ere just about all of the slacerly but boldly ourselves." eopone 2-4436. House 6427,

MuI sner nAuxt Inst communism we have taken Bdl BConvertible Coups.
In a slashing attack on Dezm- a miajr step toward that firm in so"o andltion. Metr ex*el-
m` 0cr*atic Party licles, the Senaa oreJ l pol.y we.4o desps erately lit. "C mite s iike a to. See
Republican Cue Committee needed, Bridges said. this buy of the season at
hirmuan laid the lame for past d SMOOT HUNNICUTT, S.A.,

"'Aelmel d I saidthe "firnme a ndh ndn p M.e _JI .
S llSJ!" l)oIIU@tyof "hi GOP ad-
squay ona nisltration ended* the Korea= .
7Roose"elt hiZtisBtftia. War, kept the United Statel o ut- icar i
rr.esdit ""a"(rew"took the l iend W ull,
heUaid, C r td etatesh" the Communist, retime in Qua- Wildy,
"sald o t3he* d twe Th. The Cow' 1
tion 6. 4(n_ i is .aosa and definIdly served no-
bo Iftwo ce on the world that the WandWVBTROPHY p
5.i .~~gr i on Inthe hPacit e i l-Und ZIR, Ala., April 3 -(UP)- City automobile mleumam Ee -
-nvn i Pi t e 4a aifih far- A Flying Boxcar, once modified ibart oley, abo, awa*
Willwe I g chain of Ain do at a plant where sabotage acts Soley, above, wea aw
e," he sad. were reported recently, e ga n sdi this week wft & "lmad-
'.u rnl ingSwildly tod Py and dusir. x e, ei'i|p sroir-by the Qver-
,:Mlalion fe n .ed Out safely before the a-bo a the
Plig cra ed and burned. Feud Motor Co. b le
-h"' u.e .fn9e5i1t Te bIg twin-tailed tranp Ford M eoer Co.. i
Ve0 139 "whe= Fmakdl D- crashed in a heavily woodedarea plyed u M tm, the e
aw Rmlov oDSOd friendly 16- and the resultina detonation Motors, ame V"
A W h1w alo t 5 as wes as the filier.___ .__ -_'
"1w eofa-the New Deal De n flt teams were sent to Air Force Base na Nasyvi1e,
wOnn h1 mie ,ethe seMie Maxwell Air Tenn., and Mob eI; l. The: .
Sts a .tuc" r he l-re ~ t Montgomery, 15 ait-based planes to. be -ld
ml e nom h Ramer. or modified at the e af
i4 sa1w-. YV; I.a, otat. pita i. set. C.C -plant in a-
S o F Deal- director, said all sx airmen rnly commercialy iplan
... b1Mwere pcked up and found-:to ie that woTrks ,mi
binhklu hem said Two weeks
'lO gave a lurh at land, president
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of world pOMP. He sal today percoMfiaJ
hp wa not often taken for a Itp .j uTg
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,National Lea
o Women .od an
INe or- [try, of the V64tb Qnes$. nows
at- :.; W.m,.dpep. .
anIItS oWk0 F. Noevey Each arttM F.sd to
lf are .t A t Heme group. I reguqeted to binng -I fa-
I- t'1"vey"l weigb.rated "x Abeir.the which she will. hang on the Lit-
3 t daly WIth"a gian cocktail ti- t-e Gallery during the evening,
.' get fodut y 0 of thei friends for a general dbthe of Pen
O' -" g.- Sd- ',s l. Women's work Wth the theme
Sa :- ____ "Th. I Like." Refreshment will
S of ht O'unt be served I and =z wfll-be eort-
e GrQuild"' presents- Colony and- Writers' Conferenqo
MWlne, tion of oThe Hasty Heart" closes to e hell on the Island of Ta.
*Ciub to.nlgh after 4dx suctesful per- bos beginning on Easter Mon-
1vta I V- o day.
Cleveland, Ohio and Metur Te .Sh6wn
themol- i h T Ie Coenter
a t ; Amn enptainment t
he' at Civic C nter has O
been annbounced by -t Vesr m
4M PMDr. Walker M. Alderton MAelt -eW "
|U I present his-pictur., "Ollps and Mr. _L S
rM s 'to Mei .' Mb ad- ford .Meb e '
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Sta To Be -Heeld

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SLouis National Convention li V
a5xaigted that this acti-
vt be made a ptogrm of the .
ti I natonala-fa no SPhltIGFroD W, ]rApril 2-

'IOU, ---5V :snt .. h ,ials saM todsy A Iuoda,
bsen s4 t.b1W
StbDe gon en- kv n. -. g'n
tham the v- r than t&I
p tiate had .al vacj.
re g 1 oever. theiy catfed ,that
....s. e su s a4M reaumNry before
; 95- 0 io, a any flat eli#m ra be made.
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with mat a. .;
with mom. kfl

day, begmninn 'af tiloof." begin the obervan e of
S-a %.'. . Week by 8t.
SFor Easter, ,there will be the .u M
Feast of the Rdeurrectlne at 6:45 Euratrist
a.m., Church Sch l pup will the Rev.
"S present their VIZ ttWf le boxes la" f
at a special Brvice pjn. J., CommumonSi= 4heldl
Services ae lta vet to day throW#hW dft ,,Mt
Calvary' will be endrdftt by the aad Manluay ThpWa.y .
choir at evensortg. a.m. Stations of the c-
An Easter baket supper will meditations are I I atea
St Peter's La Bcari be held In the parish hall the Wednesday at 7 p.m.
After the bleasing and dSterl- Mody night at 70. :3 The Rev. Jom Neft
cbution, of palms at St. Peter's St. iPQi boa former priest
church in La Boca tomorrow Paly riteg at. 10:30 Nseting heat .
moving, therenwill be l a Pa m N oJbw, with aet. n0 be prea ter
Sunday procession as a prelude Itrluto n ow palms, wwil sberce on a INa1 -
to the choral communion and d lbutio of palms, w.l . ---c.. 1.1
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The service will start at 6:45
amn. Instead of 7. Scheduled for
the day also are morning prayer
and church school at 10 and
evening prayer at 7:30.
At' the choral communion, for
which the Rev. John Spear,
priest In charge, will be cele-
brant and preacher, the Wom-
an's Auxiliary- will make their
monthly corporate communion.
Holy Week, will be marked at
St. Peter's by communion serv-
ices Monday through Wednesday
at 7 a.m. and Maundy Thursday
9 a.m., with d.Vqtipnan h en eve-
ning at h.rTe lsbal Three-hour
passion service will be conduct-
ed by Father Spear on Good Fri-

VISITOR taUge and television comedian Hal Fslaher adopts a.
facial exprestonwa.S. TV viewers are accustomed to, while he. W
and his wife. Laura, look over a "mole!-woven-by an Bias In-W I
dians. durit a visit to one of the stores-In the lebbl of Hotel ..
El Panama. Fisher and his wife, who is a linger and dancer, TA .A0 Cs i
are passengers aboard the cruise ship Trade Winds, which IV LTo I II W Edi -
stopped over in Panama Thursday. Will Su eed Him

LONDON, April 12- (UP) -
S Prime Minister Winston Chur-
chill indicated to the House of
LCommons yesterday that Foreign
I Secretary Anthony Eden will
WEEK END I succeed him.
SBut Churchill- avoided answer-
Sa a m Ing t*l 4hp,,ll-imporntgiestion: *
SR E L E A S1 When? .. ...,,.
0.60 0.30 Laborite Fenner Brock v a y
SI asked the 80-year-old. Prime
Minister if he would prge'., his
S *$U-... --- "success r" to cargo out his ar-
on poll ifi ._. As-

R U NTEIChurchill replied. "has worked
SgTTTTr n so hqrd a% Jhe f egn-secretarv
Eden-tO 'ee4"tti atater. out
of the danger area."
S* JOHN DEREK Bbh bspominent on his "suce
Seessoie Churchill p a I nlt ed
i- JOAN EVANS Slainl and bllcly to Eden
as his official heir-apparent.
His statement was the closest
SChurchill has come tosaving

,* P Sretary was being groomed for
w A.S Athe Prime Minister's post.
SLOfinden'd fewapaper" strike
was M ewed here as a Tosstble
Simpediment to Churchil's an-
nouncement of his retirement
MIDNIOHT HOW 11:00 P.M. plans. It was understood he
SSEdoubted the wisdom of making
LADY POSSESSED" know his retirement and the
l* with JAMES MABO -- JUNE .RAVOC majo lL tesbuit e it ; c
nub will en t at a time when the
S e i i i public cannot be fully and free-
S"__. -'.! ,'. I II I ly informed.
With a view to removing thi'.
question. the Povernment todn r
stepped into the seven-day-old.
newspaper strike. Labor and
management were summoned
into' direct negotiations under
a government mediator tomor-
row. The meeting will be the
since the strike began.

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lrooks.lacedst ne ireultcon dur-
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w qjo Reseqpbl ae

O Major League Play

NEW YORK, April 2 (U High winds and
fences made low comedy today of the New
k Giants and Cleveland Indians' M spring version
e. 1954 World Series.
the wake of the Indians' don't,,, .be forced to sur-
rout yesterday, the "World rendw* oIr-llne strength to
on tour" was squared at obtain. right-handed start-
ctoriles for each team. But ing pitcher.
Semblance to major league The Pittsburgh Pirates con-
all was purely coinciden- tinued as the No. 1 surprise of
the Grapefruit League when
W h usty winds in the west they scored their ninth victory
ad d uthwest plus handy fenc- In 10 games with a 7-4 decision
tributnig to the farce, the over the Baltimore Orioles at
have clubbed 13 home Montgomery .Ala, Infielder Geo.
committed 10 errors and Freese's -bases-filled double in
a total of 66 runs In their the fifth Inning as the key
a three games.. It started in blow.
S Ariz., Wednesday when Sand' Consuegra, who had a
Slants won, 12-11. continued 16-3 record last season, pitched
t An o Thursday when a threr-h ter a heChlicago
und eezed out a 14-11 White qox beat 6 St. Lolas
dtry eal reached its peak in CardinAl, 9-0, In a game called
,lap y's fiasco at Houston, at the 'end of six innings be-
ay cause of rain. Walt Dropo
that, "'te weatherman smashed a grandslam homer as
a otehlteet. Texas League the U Al. t O.LtOl off to a
can't assume all the slow art, brought their spring
e. In the entire 12-game record to 8-10. The Cardinals
so far, ieach team has are iuqrrd at 10-10.
more'than seven runs First-baseman Joe Adc oc k
e and committed an av- smashed' his seventh home run
of almost t*o errors a of the spring to lead the Mil-
It's Dallas' turn today aukee Braves to a 9-5.wip over
a llmPioef the fun. the BroolMtln DDiWers.6 The
S Indians hopped on Jim Braves, who evened their spring
ne of the Giants' "ques- series with the Dodgers at 3-3.
mark pitchers," for five rckted. Karl Spooner and John-
-in the first inning yester- ny Podres, key Brooklyn south-
and continM d the assault aws, for nine hits. Adcock suf-
veteran rry Jansen. ered ci r0 r o00 in his left
they hammered out 14 leg w in eclded with catch-
.ll--ding homers by Larry er Del Crandall during the game
Al ogen,. Al Smith ndand will be sidelined -several
Amon. days.

Mn, a 223-
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yielded I
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1ame winner last Ted KlussPaki hit a homer
Ijndians' prQha- and *two bles but they
" pitcher this weren't ejiougbh as the Wash-
be the only ington Senators defeated the
6n the field as Cincinnati Redlegs, 5-4, at
ine eiht-nnin W S.C with a three-
r Cleveland run r .iyn the inta inning.
that far this .The iotor was ie Senators'
nine bits Includ- third straight and fifth in six
by Alvin DAk. meetings with the Redlegs.
lght itched the Savannah of the Sally Leagu
. eveland. came u1t
e show might eighth nnfng "to ade1 the eMan-
he crowd of 10 a .Clty Athletics, 0-8, and It
Y didn't was no laughing matter for
aer Leo S_ Lou BopareuM to see
Atuol P2ort fcrreo, his beat
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won six without BS
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o Tade a bon a
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book, .. ee Batboy" (PrentitX
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T 0 tnils his writing partner, Zander
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Ready To Meet

All Contenders

BOSTON, April 2 (UP) Tony
De Marco, Boston's first worlti
boxing champion in 10 yejrs
said in his dressing room-iaat
night he's "ready and willing'
to take on all contenders.
The jubilant De Marco, al-
though bruised and bleeding aft-
er his longest professional fight.
smiled and said:
"This was the toughest and the
best fight I ever fought."
The new champ was "more
than willing" to meet No. 1
challenger Carmen Basillo of
Syracuse, N.Y.. but said th at
the scheduled bout April 29 will
depend on a doctor's examina-
tion of De Marco's battered
'left eye.
Rip Valenti, De Marco's man-
ager, said "If the eye is all-right
we'll go through with the April
29th match. Otherwise we might
have to push it back a lew
Boston's last title holder was
Sal Bartolo, a featherweight, who
won the NBA crown 10 years ago
The defeated Saxton did not
dispute the referee in halting thr
fight and giving the title to De
Marco on a technical 'knockout
He said, however, that he 'fellt
good enough to go on."
The ex-champ who held the
title only Ilive months said he
got "care ." .
"I wanted to prove to those
guys I could fight and I Just
got careless," Sazton said. His
decision victory over Kid Ga-
vllan last Oce wa highly
controei5, ....
"I saw the first big punch
coming," Satxon said, "but I
couldn't do anything about it.
"I don't want to take anything
away to o 0 he's one
helluva g
fight but' -dn'

Furor Continues

Over Wilse Pep

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Four specially at9 rted

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M-k. o and Jesus Ors* of'

WALKING EAR.Y-Johnny Ball, 6, started Walking at the
usual age-but hes gone a step or so mere. Here, the maseot.ft
Londons Beigrave Harriers practices his heel-and-toe stuff wl
Maurice Nye, who is getting ready for walking races.

Bosox Plan To Get Along

Without Ted Williams

Loss To Unknown By United Press during the winter. Higins says
the Box tried to obtain third
3 By W DI 'IM The Boston Red.Soxate pln- man Ray. Boone but the
athe furor continues today over mLg. ads He o"t
the featherweight fight between manager Ike Higgns ays his tade t making rig
Gil Cadlli and Willie Pep present plans do not include the
Young Cadill won a split de- slugging outfielder. Higgins ad- The Pittsburgh Pirates made
cislon over the former champion mits he had expected Williams the first big cut in their squad.
Wednesday night at Parks Air to join the team in Sarasota, but Optiondd to New Orleans were
Force Base in Calfornla. f. all ow he doesn't know whet Wil- catcher Dan Kravitz, tIfielder
the boxing writers at ringside, .ams plans to do. Ted has not Reno De Benedetti and outfield-
none thought Cadilli had won. called the club and Higgins be- ers John Powers and. Ray
California Athletic Commission- lives that's because the slugger Swarts. Pitcher Chuck Oarmon
er Joe Phillips thinks something has not decided whether to re- was returned to Denver. Out-
is wrong, too. Phillips says there tire or return, fielder Gerry Lynch-converted
should be an investigation be- But the Red Box will be ready to a catcher two weeks agq..-will
cause "such a great difference if Ted does decide to pla again, be assigned to a minor-league
exists in the scoring," But the All of Williams' personal equip- club.
Commissioner shyA he's waiting mhrit has been shipped to Fen-
for a ruling trom the Callfdrnia wayPark in Boston. The Chicago Cubs trimmed
Attorney General because the Williams is in the 'Florida two players, reducing their
fight was held on federal prop- Keys..He is known to be keep- squad to 38. The Ctpb sent pitch-
erty. ngin od physical Oondition. er Joe Stanka and shortstop Ed
It is believed Ted will rejoin Wincenlak to Los Angeles.
Both Judges voted for Cadfli the Red ~ox as soon a%.he ean Over in the Amerian League,
by a close margin. Tony Bosnich straighten out a family .prob- the New York .ankees. hve
- one of the judges once lem. Williams Is estranged settled one mnre problem.
fought for manager Bid Flaher- from his wife and they are be- Manarer Casey Stemnl. says
ty, who handles Cadilli. Referee ileved seeking a separation or big Bill 8kowroe *'wIf "te
Jack Downey had-Pep the win- divorce settlement, team's Oleglar it-aaeuslan.
ner by a wide margin. Higgins hopes Ted will be Skowro battle( 0 ast pat-
back. In the meantime, Faye time. ..f.aoeart .
A spokesman for the Air Force Throneberry will play left field. Al ,e player la
Base says the three officials were Says Higgins "Thrdneberry's Is I; a'Marad to pta
assigned by the California Com- play has been the most pleasant Kansaas ~ Big uo
mission. Phillips says that isn't surprise of the training season. says he' "the hapiiest ifi
so. Phillips says the -Air Base I had noldea what he'd be able the world to be out of P1
asked for those three officials, to do, and he sure has done phia." Zerlal says the at
and the Commissio agreed, well." Philade never lut- fm
Phillips says the Commission Throneberry has hit .285 and him, lade ife
"had nothing to do with appoint- led the ,ied Box in hits and runs ble. Zer i -l ito
irig them." "Iatted in during the exhibition American -Leaa .,.
GUN CLUB Higgins reveals he discussed a puts It, "T'hose .
GUN CLUB trade with the Detroit Tigers won't be an

Some observing shotgunner
said: "Beware of the man with
only one gun because he can use
it." Evidence., utantiating this
theory, was advanced at. the
Cristobal trap r a n g e last
Wednesday afternoon.
Several of the shooters were
sporting new guns, or trying out
others, .whitc l .
accounted for'
scores chalkec Cp-TfpaU V.
Windy Sellers, Orady -Gsmn,
"Casey" Casanova and a couple
of others were experimenting
with different gun.L
Complete acres:

Bhorty Schexnayder
Windy Seller
R. Casanova
Bill Cairk
Joe Cook
Orady Hardison
W. Johnston

Paul DisbaroonMJ 47
Windy ele 4*
GuuKay rdiagoa *
Led 36

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Oracia and Gomes wi fight
wo bulls each in i ce ompotion
,ee-.which of NO q turie-
AI, the-best eror
4 tarred at the lat bulfWig hed
two weeks ago at La, MAmaren.
Pranciaeo "El Corto" Ramireh
will be the picador while the
"anderilieros" are e"rt. from
the Mexican P.].Unio"a.
. Admiesion peamre from
U6,0 (eight nJXlfor the
fra row in tiW had to 9.We
(two dollars) for the third tow
In the sun. Children will be
chargedd half o ..ie .; '
Sidkets m3ay oll
taUrat, La Cora Dr01t
in Panam City and a. the
Tropic Restaurant, Pinlllao and
the Cafe Voca Cola in Colon.

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At Montgomery Alp.
Milwaukee 800 060 000-9 9 3
Brooklyn 010 00 000-5 6 3
Johnson, Nichols (3); Paint
u6) ad Oreandt, Parks (5),
fqooni V OB essent (6)
nd Bar ,pmpeia (6). WP
, Joas-on. Spooner. HR
- Adc6ck, HamtAe.
at Wareshoals, 8..
nclnupatli 004 000 000-4 8 0
Wa hgon.,. 000 200 003-5 9 2
SRBOS, Werle (0). ad Seminick.
PLO%, Stone (8), Gonzales (09)
and fdwarde WP Gonzales.
fP Wale. HR Kluszewski.
t New Orw La.

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Hd,"MtWord (4), 8arni.
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have to do it t6
clnch the Leaog) c
an they ave
,one point there wl e
for a playoff. -.
Right's Inc th.ir
over te Naval
took the let B-
but dropped a.01
next two. Wikn
br's d 0 cla Wt

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pow's wetrw
*. Wright"x 49 wu
Scott & Scott took or h
place from Broad"WaTavern
wizn~ng allure pdtutm
them. The.T etti- a
high tam set. -Bartram ad
Steward lkced the winnus wih
6 and 671 respectively- w
Johnson's 487 was the bet for
.The Ac6's and.te Pos fi
split as they foh5
match. -T AceASto i17.
game by -imlsA, the 2nd t, ed
and lost thl 3rd by So30 t
total by 11. BDgfan' ,13 led the
PO and clan A while M pO ie0'a
511 was hlh for- Ate'A ,

Ralph Rbin, PreSldent Ro
Banker, Vice Presideht; Johm
Wallace, Seortry aimTraiur-

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Atlantle DvisAolnal Leageas to Iame
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A NEW YORK-(N A)-Over the I
II 3- ,"Bmu e tneu Mft years, there have been many el-
Iu" .oueqat testlomnals to the soilC
I1 b to ...foundailon on. which the Har- .
u MaawMu ee lam Gldbetrotters operate. r -
of them, of course, delivered in
Sj a| lthe form of healthy box of fice
S'a 'as k a .. Fantastic figures are q uote
as6 trip, autst time and again and after a
et a fair By HARR GRASO deinvnowhile the i s to tke
Ss o w .. the Trotters foa granted. would su-.
*I rootes,- oThut is, until the case of
w SM-et .n Goose Tatum, wandering clown, -
comes up.
A, etsw -Tatum,- the big shot of the
t- n bye r Trotters for nine years now, did-
low .myb. .o.o peered froh th* club as it was
e.r- S.out. .rtart ett annual god- sa i d
Se laden ur of 1 cities wittore e way an Pays 2% Interest Anna
I WOm W'- B e G e thaggregation of the finest co lle- r
ton allot seond O B e, G i v e n yl iote s tars money could., attract.
SI AO a ..- The Goose, who has rocked .The AtM ee
coEosdsl6 audiences from Rome to Roa-
asu; w its .una-e i Io IM 0ke, is usually thought of as .
e superior yL m" rf p e largest s inle reason for this otrf lL
*.ranu, wh oh o aI- O T outfit's success. His salary.--$53,- t -a
tance. 000 a yeair-is topped by ol 7110 BOLIVAR
two baseball players. Without
you get a fair .i *By sARRe GRAYSON Will Harridge ordering Eans or blu presence, you'd think, any
1 wheei Pen ball uaVpires are not 'Wedent oiles in *feat, del
S.@r, wO bae P be people. A new 3l alnes the. l. umpires the right
S ler Leau rule ba newspaper, te- to state their cases over a sea-
| rbact rOnerr, w t 0dit e tion and radio representatives son. The rulee change was at SM
Z .. .-- .' *a m to photograph ers from the thought up a nine-man board,

.i- .f ""* *f -sn-fm than a replarnifn w te Fdt Wy H Thaie Whoa I4-et-odwh SUt u r te 01 as l .,UiW. .ia
_. i -...-.. W heudd W 0 arsaebanll cosprlau ppeve eto her e f e tu : -.
r. s' ad sm B of the bigVik for@e-am er of theaway from the the b catcher eetat on the fro s

S- Aaron at second bs. e rt seon where Day, ll Iem, ynd
I IO w2 quiet lad !"- "M a l Hh en ft R ow and I NeA n0di h
everything but hotel tco e- ax. o thm tfI ,fheir e We make loans with guaran
etas.e I m word et .or a I doet is further prolong the ne se
mle -rTo tn $HOOTING SgmARS gaN..
.aTLm k by 'm Jallien m the d ookey Cl fow, the atchera's Ibo has N ,u

ISS tf. IeasaaYt pa 1o HeLtook thenTowering teo avley s tremen the-rubber? o lenhhes to- 43 ines. Thedly b o ...... .*, t
aust o out shck. B u: e4 y H a been narrowed In width trom 03
m for th.p emwy .n...s e rai k f t .sese H a s .d e eis me .to'43 inches. The back votop musw
fe the hareer traok fraso keep both feet in It until the
Appears to be as a bite out o the word, Bob Buhball leaves e pitcher's hand. lly lucrative cole tour
I at Rooe elmt Raceny will be grated state The dea Is olatterf course, to make start w
A uJ6- UMsyu mother gal" the intentional pass more ha-

S, t w autortave. wh be suTh lte tionalked k of thethe otters wld send the
t strategy or a le tof the game, can bq ex. hoa k to uard after Tatum
Lp; acll b situation. So now yau will mse c tion remark over Individual safety d*post b
earof a p behind the' ae ep'd like
agawho limow dl nM

-r ee-u s r nr er at nting o J ink ting this ne tunor Gui l

I; rtlel. les qie laahoan.thabld anrl ei--h mioid ana Jhe upre)as the ple ws K e phn .... -I
Ianentea thle..eea. a_ of, I--t- u"o k no -one laim Tem ueds whow s We do not," Walter went'in,

eDle rla w tce 11a. .quea Matobio gr phs stions. How Is the umpire gao verti and lthe n yell when he
i eus a m r9.e upwithe an Sartoinderl By NSA he pngn to determine .th at the ram ipt 3 V." to powe it. -

S. *w "r ag abrd Humberro eobinon, a n fcnded'o d show hw Iowa. so lmetin a ompleo e t
f US hadforgtt ey ( htwas Plitched "heprind the batter'os eout ri. ha elot pamK hen
.Dv u A.w the wh the ....e a b Imt e n din And I
i wis p1 es. b s ix-oo CDl'foracr who are t po *ng th such amn anastic playEd- t

no ntion' elde a s r a inchew cay bi o sUSTers wHATd via pitch- Dick le plaedt
*b_ r o an hhnior year at Santa Mn1 stepped out of the box before doubleheader at Madison Square ."

Ss .be fdr ah e t a.d ao snbur nd*l aHig h5 Sh itl. th ball left the pitcher's hand Garden.
f. sp. t of .H e f .in the Flpoda Keys. Th. blond 24y d, who He umpires thne ball, as Bill
e ggid mIss t e b n ea nolhi ca indue le e dido laso ti.o fAmp pl e aley hen u lvused to say. And how is he The rest oft turn h
eorliet bthe your. AftV iateBui'h a big o Cfseot vle1oinT to umpire the ball a Aprei 6 after stringomtg
g ande ) and leo ato am outstandingg big h tspdg laatcle b the caS tcher's lfeet a bt thefrom hmond, Va., to Iowa C
r t~'s1 u a0a a betten Warren phas Ig stff, is considered by bo e e e lt a complete

Stories. he games (two of them the equal, if not the superior, of sellout right now, Kennedyw not-
_"V1 1ho er tobthin. teI IMa-W oyrd Shea le 'Littlr Umhpires have been Instructed hd.
Roy o t Smarlde further bacs UP tto enforce the rule reading that
andto fin- the pithe must agans 20 Phlis I With h et another oo
Swri touthe lef, a large first baseman wno menu onds after asap his natrs- fIt what s Ito
tArt 2# M*!!! e3Arin 39 starts. Id c bition o ofbDnsoty Md esd tAoln. The Globetrotters, you see,
ftalemghl: Isb a Una In Dinneen's Loo fP r Daansty thde -s.erw "JUST WHAT 18 THE PITCH- need a Goose Tatumn, despite his
ga smt ingssastancese Ehueu l Mad ews, the ep-y natural position?" naked g I".. t'Ia len ts about Di much
S a : "Trade to St. Louis taneh ather to have a tremenooue E w. 0 e si much
a a t 1agw teoj fIN, 51105, 1007." year and ir Adcock to keep ero ns on g games n o o the Arizona a r ay usel trs -
of tt~on of UC11an on twbi god may es the pitcher is in his natural po- The Goose, long-limbed, huge-
tofthe' s tis a adaoll is 25 pounds lighter
taX19 l OUgh orYu, s ran ayearago and throwing 1 ltion when he receives the ball, banded and one of those rare
he did wen he first when he puts his pivot foot allows who looks funny even
go and be&. He too the Towering tibe Cuaroy is s on ther rubber?" hen he's tryin: to be deadly

Onl ball, Roe walked back', of thee # r. rroters wouldeand the Na-

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ALLEY OOP'8? Did this
O W ax-bead ever scalp a
a ee? could it be the
i that dasltb Alley Oop. fa-
inous mi.W. caveman, lost
to some rascaly Lemians back
In early December? The young-
ster puzzling over the question
Is Curtis Mix, son of Mr. and
Mr. Homer Mix of rural Bron-
aon, Kan. The Indian theory is
more likely, cause the curio
was found by Homer Mix in a
JeAd where arrowheads have
etm numerpqs. He donated
tlp0e unusual find to the Fort
Scott Historical Museum.



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l* "pay-"oB urium is rD-
inrstd. A. W. Rhea, Abilene,
SpiUrospectr said that while
Was to Mt. Vernmon, a sntil
i a in his private plane
a padinl of radio-
vtty as he flew over Hicks
Of 13 rock and lay
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L.,WE'RG fONNA WATCH W' -. CHICAGO, April 2 -(UP)-Col. si
,A .E! 4W E ARS 'W? Robert Rutherford MeCor m le k, P
,' l citeur and publisher of the China-
-A-/A"DULL! go Tribune .ind one of the most C
controversial journalists in Amer- R.
ican history, died yesterday. He Mrs
was 74 years old. Meo
The publisher, whose' vigorous news
S '" d editorial campaigns made h i left
one of Journalism's most colorful lh S
and important figures for almost two ,a
half a century. dae at his CaBUg- ageW
ny Farm hnme near suburban pro
Wheaton. a Conad
His depth was- officially listed McCormick
as caused by heart failure follow, the !Trib
-is g complications. But the Trib.- ,wns Ihg
'une said it wbs the end to a two- The .Mi"
year struggo against a combina- make mros.
tion. of diseases. Ior*
* ll i -i q 'The Colonel," as be was known a men
'mi nm Chicago diei peacefully in
I his sleep. His death came a 1 i
" more than 24 holm after '0jl'sa-
". '* _ing of ano e l t of the4lita|l 9E'
great journalists, Joseph Pptsimi.
.ditor and publ oherof the St.
Louis Post-Diapatch.
McCormick death was not un
expected although he appeared
until early this w.ek to ie ak- l
Sing a *niraculoul recover
S.g an operation for aI i
ggga His wife, Mrs. Maryland Mathe-
.. IMy.- i ~ison McCormick, was $t his bed.
-, Hans Andemr 's,

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wrh President- at-te WO1 dNe.
riht):. tUlian of r Alfter Oaetaz
les, and oasar to the U..-Maalio
Italy Clare Booth Lfce.

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Approval of berman Kearming
WASHINGTON, Arpil 2 (UP) 1 h e y saia the Soviets can- against any revival of aggressive :The plan was- worked out y e se
-U.S. officlais hope that the four make any number of moves, in. German militarism. Western Allies as a substitute for i
Europeen nations still to ratify eluding tightening up the "econo- He said. thallns g trol ma- the Europeanr Defense Communni. I
the German rearmament p c tes uic blockade" on Berlin further, winery pf i 7n.t tef treatiesty lan, scuttled by Franca. U'
will do- so y th. .nd of this offering some attractive proposal "may hav ibilties of wider der it, Gentniy is slated to pro.
month. 'X for unifying Germany or issuing use." secretaryy of State J ohn vide 13-land divisions, a taoteal
Officials feel that the Senate's new threats to the free world. Foster Dules has challenged Rus- Air Force ad naval units f o r
approval of the pacts by a 76-to2 sia to agree to some 'similar arms- West European defense. The Na-
vote yesterd will speed action But American officials do nt control planvy primarily would be for use la
on them..ajenmark, The Neth. expect the Soviet tactics to be niroluJrl.D*
orlands, J nd L U x e m- ruoceful They pointed out that In a single vote, the Senate
Sour-. a n al radn y the Soviets have been trying de- [ proved two pacts. One would The United States has set aside
have been r.lfie by-Great Brit- sayingg tactics for years and have!restore almost complete inde-ms dnd otr militaraterial
ain, Fralce Italy and Germany filed far to stop the western pendence to Germany and permit for use by the West Ge rman
Officials sid if the four remain- drive to rea-m West Germany. ii to rearm as part of a e w es.
fing Eaiopean powers courr e t e Final Senate action came after Western European Union. The Lrces.
iatifiropeato by the erd of April Sen. Walter F George (D-Ga.) said olher provide. for German mem- The only voices raised against
1 No Ic Treaty Council approval would improve chances '.(rship in the North Atlantic the pacts yesterday were thoseof
could b 0arly m 'ay to wel- for a Bit Four or Big Five meet Treaty Orgpnnation. anger nd Malone. p
come Ge as the 15th treaty ing that will produce something The other diajor Western pow- ger and Malone. Lange In
i tubermore constructive and helpful e s-Britain France, Italy an d their countries and cast theeonly
Than stalemate and propaganda." West Germany--have ratified the othpr countries and cast the enlyte
The pacts permit Germany George, chairman of the Sen- agreements. Bel lum, The Neth. poreig n Relations Committhe enate
rearm and provide 12 fully equip- Oe foreign Relations Committee erlands Lux mbourg and Den- rovedig Relations Commithur ay
dS p TO adA 1en Ro m aaut beamrmee pro ed the treaties Thursday 14
ped divisions to NATO. But ei said the accords contain "practi- marV still must act before they Lo e- t T d-
S r saidIt may be three years caMe, workable safeguards" a- take effect., .
before German .rearmament is a Malon said he objects to alli-
',ality, .aneos in which the United States
r Meanwhile officials, said Rus. must come to the defense of na-
sia likely wld step up its delaying tions when i4 has no control over
tactics aimed at keeping W e a t their actions
t.,ermany (roni, actually becoming Sen. Herbert H. Lhman (D-
armed undet the Paris pact. N.Y.) sqid he voted the pasts
with "great doubts a .d reserva-
tions" because he is ot comvine.-
ed Germany is "truly democrat-

Langer said the present situa-
Btionparallelsthe period after
World War Iwhen the victorious
I Allies tried to insure permanent
peace through International orga-
nizations. He said it failed then
and he does not think the present
Ten births were reported at Co. efort will succeed eher.
co Solo Hospital during the week
end id~ ht Wedbiesday
e!V Vatl'ts min t c ,no
and 84 6r!''$"i
One dea, a- ofRoland 'Aro- On ver W ekend
semen& was reported.
Babies werp born to the follow- The relr benit easno at
Jin American citizens: Mr. and M Rancho Garden continues
Mrs. Charles L. Leeser, of Coco El Rtonightanch d tomorrow. continuess
sAlto, r d tonight and tomorrow. (
ad Mr. Roert-. csicer o .Roulette, dice, bUlaekJuk,
Coco Solito, daughter; a n d Mr. et. ar buzzing from 7:30 pm. bl
and Mrs Howard M. Campbell, on. cai
,o Coco Solito, son. m
Babies were born th the follow The benefit is another in the Di
ing parents of other nationalities- series to finance the construe. I-
Mr. and Mrs Cecil K. Robinson, .. tron of children's playareads b
it Colon :A Mr. and Mrs. Pablo throughout Panama City. pa
Medina,' of Colon son Mr and .- (NEATelephotol
Mrs. Edwin G White, of Rainbow SPEAKS ON MEETINg Secretary of StatS John Foster Dulles
r Qty, dau hter. Mr. and Mrs. Ge- (right) points to ai map as he talks to Sen. Walter George
taido A. Myrie of Colon, son. Mr. (D. Ga.) at Washington. Dulles, appearing before the Senate
and Mrs. Clarence J. King, of Foreign Relations Committee, said that a Big Four peace con-
" colon, san;. and Mr. and Mrs. ference with Rusalp, can "be held with greater hope" after WestA
Grenvil G Cooper, of.. Colon Germany in allied with other free nation of Western Europe by ,
son. ratification of the Paris agreemqnts.


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P .Observed On HO
A program i commemora
of the 150th lkthday of Ha
* j Christian Andersen, Denma
S great story-wrar, will be
Stated at 9 30 p.m. m tniht
Station HO..
The program will feature a
aPhica! sketch of the 1fe
drsen, togefr wIth gp
music set.o m e ef i ra
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SAIGON, Indochina, April handed by Gen. Ba Qt, were
JP)-Two battalions of dissident ported within nine miles of 1
m ps speds to-Saigon in fore- southern metropolis.
t marches toddy to tighten the The harassed premier suffe
ockade of the South Vietnamese a setback in his struggle agal
capital and reinforce private ar- the feudal warlords When an q
ies opopsing Premier Ngo Dinh unit deserted his camp and wi
iem. ed over to the insurgents.
two shock
R, Hao sect, URNw -d
soldiers com- on e .the
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