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 Material Information
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]
daily
normalized irregular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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ocm18709335
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00704
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tTA'5A i: Flce-hih of thlWifbof WiAt. n ChurChill show hit (1) as a war correspondent In Boer War, where) LB ADER: Appoiri' Prime Minister in 1 .0) Churchill promised the people of England nothing b
pturd iand imprisoned; (3 and 3) at the time of his marriage to Miss Clrneila H er, in 1908; (4) as First Lord of the tU oand tears." During th "bittz" days (9 and 10) Britofs followed his lead in tenacity and, courage. Other pictd
SduIring Wdrld Wat I; () as-Chancellor of the bchequer in 1926. with wife and children, Randolph and Diana; (6) at his I Ministert i, Washington, wearing famous "zipper suit" (11); with Air Marshal Tedder and General Auchinleck
hobby-pating: ng;M, f7) 'again First Lord of the Admiralty, as f Mnd tared World War II, .. with Stain and Roosevelt (13) at Teheran. .
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AtM ACED sixteen-yeaold Dick Peterson
W(e ) b ,ya eman Alva M. Jaokson (rep) and
dEC X :Walt lae- ( d two hours later. .t -gunshot wounds
e P o petemn shot isa father and grandfather
I m-or y wounding Jackmon at Pao0, Wash.


Gatun Locks Returning

To tNrmar Operations

S t operation of ships ae of ansually
breed at DAtun Locks heavy trw
to the The alterations at Gatu.n
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the next .o which will be-
next January. The work was
t at -abut single
I operation were not re-
a, until the middle of Feb-
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The sponsor, delegate K L.
(Bob) Barlett of Alask, said
the bill was designed to bring the
pay oft ie.. federally appointed
chief exteqtives of those areas
uD the level of House members.
Congress recently raised the
salaries of House members to
that level from $15.000.
Special allowances vary in the
Me .of the governors. But the
salary for those of Hawaii,
Alaska and the Virgins is pres-
ently $15.000.

Bamboa Burglars
Draw Suspended
Steneces I n Ancon
Two Panamanian youths whoI
broke Into a house in Gamboa
and made off with a purse con-1
taking N110, both drew suspend-I
ed sentences during this morn-I
king's calling .of the rim aa 1
-docket in tne U. S. sltrlct
Court at Ancon.
To their plea of guilty the de-
fengants, ulaude u hambers
Jr., 18, and Ivan A. Mtman,
19, were foun-Ilty and given
a three ye nd a ai rlar
Ipeitentiar, ,imtence, rilec
titvely saupnded for a pOIdP of
fv years each.
The youths ches George
Wasanington's. birthday, Feb 22
for the day they broke into the
home of JI Adolcan in Oam
boa. wl Cambe went mto
th b m andlocated the
purse whieh contained 3W, the
other fellow acted as a lookout.


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'MOST MODEN The USB Shangrl La, oat modern aircraft carrier In commission, gets un-.
derway at Bretnerton, Wash., on first sea trials after a 26-month Modernization period. The
shin received the first stucturafly angled flight deck in the Navy. Also installed to make her
the moat modern carrier were modern, heavy-duty steam catapults and an enclosed "hurri-
cane bow." "


Mary Easby, Amador PX Sales Clerk;

Badly Hurt i Unknown. Assailant
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Mary Easby. an old-thi Ft.
Amador post khangWe sales
clerk is in Pana i Sospital to-
day with a hip fratture and deep
head laceration trped when
she was assaulted late Saturday
night while wateriag the garden
at her Juan Dils residence. Rer
house was ransf ked.
Mrs. Easby, flp dow, lives a-
lone with her t dogs in the
Matias HernaltE aresalf Juan
Diaz. A neghl oud her un-
conscious o-.. step of her
little home ea --8undi morn
Ing. She appalrltly bad been
hit on the back of her neck late
Saturday night, and was not
discovered untit the net morn-
ing.


considered to be in gool condi-
tion. The hip injury was suffer-
ed in the fall,'a doctor said.
Panama Secret Police who are
investigating the incident be-
lieve she' was, banged on the,
back of the neck with a piece
of lead pipe. A Post Exchange
employee said today her house
was "cleaned out" of its bplong-
ings, including $40 in cash.
"Mrs. 'asby workell at the drug
and jewelry counters at Ft. Ama-
dor, and has lived in Juan Diaz
for many years.
A neighbor said it was cus-
tomary for her to water het
garden at night because the
water nresure in Juan fDina Is


The elderly Ame'rican lady, low during the daytime hours.
who has worked at the Ft. Am a-
dor exchange for 2_ years, was The neighbor who found her
rushed to Santo Tomas Hokpi- said he usually came around ev-
tal where five Utitches ere ery Sunday morning to do odd
taken in the back of hgr Jck. Jobs for her. Mrs. Easby was
She was later transtferln the bleeding and unconscious when
Panama hospital where laS he discovered her.


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one loitering charged agnst t. VIE C hief
hm In t.1 fllbqp g -anoin Mt-s V IE v r l-I Vt ff, .
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Seaman Ftbwn Here
Still Unconscoius
In Gorgas Hospital
A' Puerto Rican seaman who
was flown here from Colombia
after he was seriofaly injured
In a motorcycle-truck accident,
was still unconscious today at
Gorgas Hospital where he has
been confined with head Inju-
ries.
The seaman, Ismael J. Ouz-
man was a crewmember of the
Grace line ship Banta Luis'u
when he was injured in the ac-
cident. His wife, who is living
in Now York has been notified,
according to the ship's agents,
Panama Agencies.
Ouzman was flown here Sun-
day night in an Albrook BA-10
amphibian rescue plane which
also arrived a flight surgeon
and nurse.
Family Raises
Basketball Team
CHICAGO April 5 (UP) In
less thanthree years Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Sapr have raised
their own potential basketball
team.
Triplet boys were born to Mrs.
Bapir to go along with twin boys
born In 1952.


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LONQ tjAyjl%$ 7p)-P rhtrn Sir
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eneolei, Idq d atlut to e toll of time a
his resigned to, a, .
His xicissor 'Oprfae nilrr i Sir Hy
This lew d unofl4M t. bt With o l
liabilitytlurs before an cement from 0
ing Stitid2tofficial tita urchill hadj ut
The uwirricent old man, lighted b y"ans'
mouled animpire a.nd helpeus .p Western cwivl'
drove on hiqst official trip to Buckingham Palace in
winter of ee life alon a road lined with green-ba4
April trees., .
The; ,k rap down or Winston Churchill at 4:.
this wai. tranquil d in spr4'na
the *ilued old wairrr d
war with lion.me of hs ator to ,
and the fire hih words quit wher.the equerry
quietly and ear that this
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me. was t ken ua to go as u.de t i '
b e fore 11rm of Cmnons S r = eaS
as eddid not trust F*t n 4 -
emoteos, ,up r how steely, I M he e.
to tand I:.l4eal of a Sgod meo-r,,
bye speech t oaken Cai- cSa ..1ils.-
ber he lYveS,. lertt. t4.
CahurcMiU, la Unis cabinet Meeof te so -
at 10 odliMIree_ for a -45. _the Quea-"_
e fa climaxed whu by radto the Pale P
iey a fo oraph. spectn.f reAery
cancelled Commons ap- t
pearance as requiring more than W ather fi
a thick thmr4t S uld speak and .
his ministers covered his ques- "? PIANO Wais l
bons for him there. -
And with the war he foht ngw d ,l
far away as d is t a n t drums.
Churchill drove waough pa r ks
once pitted bygu trenches to the _
Palace and down his sword -aLWs pa
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ESrANAMA AME ICA "Boy! Sure Looks; .
&ND P OHIO al THU PANAMA AMI4IWAN PuM ( 8-.A'
o ~ hARaoU3 AIs assvm an m labor News
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ST. P. O ox 14.. PANAMA. OP P I .
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CAM AIonesT PANANEIRICAN, PANAMA -4 1
J Il y9CEFNTRAL AVnNUsgICwIEN 1IAND C13 Comzpu1
oI PAgg SOirTATIVls JOSHUA B. ItSI OI,. .
611' MAPII0oN Avg NW YORK. (17) N. Y. 1n ll.

!L. ,ION-..- ,24,O By VICTOR RIESEL ,
T^i InDR itWs k a tn a dAmerica's mobs and Moscow's 3 W SM" SJS-lEt l"
.om. MO- the"D atsaper-secret laboratory 13 have adoXIel s nd. i I
one thing in common they oper- he Confers with lead* J- aeir
E b ate terror machines on our vitale- anwt
AA ducks which must be kept run- do in the
ning smoothly so we can feed' W t he find s asiop all ofi
*- N htmategic materiel to our 900 sirt o wlhtary-diplMat l -
MeI be is ean pa forum for readers of The Peapamenm, and military bases around the Meld d l it
led gratefully end a re handled in a whellly e-ld anl miworld.i ba"'eon the"oo
Oddly enough, we can fight the kMatsu even at the I pI Irecip
stribae a letter don't be Impatient if .desn't OPMpa hii gents of laboratory 13. But we j stating World War i
.A ts t a he published inu the orde r Iceid bhem helpless against the mobs, .On the other bai addition
y: tboihep the meters limited to ne. le gg igle. who enjoy the perpetual protection to hi own deep i vlw .
lity of letter writers is held in strictest co idence. of an invisilAe government within Dkgainst wand Iet e cannot
4 Y imew peper assumes no mrsponlibility for statmeneti 65 0lhlen6 ur land. et aWfro tel f .t
la lefters from readers. We can dismiss laboratory 13 at he wa s el atte o ora
-..0e t-- o -- tnd leave it to the Central Iteli- t keepthe nation out of war.
ePrice Agency, after describing eit
AIRSTRIPS AND AIR CONDITIONING 'nceaou tiogh wdre s bn at e oe may come a timew i n I.t we m o .
fore you thr siugh the words of a befa l Wh. ho ham s
"Tou know. It's kinda funny and sad. On the front page of former Soviet espionage hoagentv Ito f an W hoiih
r newspapers one day. last week .was an item about 20,000 his former Rend operative hca me v t e r D urtheta tin e
hfr of air conditioning going into the Governor's office to over to our side and noti too long t he naionI l
tlym comfy. On the same page was a statement by that o told the .nt Inte ecu- that time has now h
condemning our children to more months of kpprt -tt Subommitte hat labora- that U ime hati nh es. d gn
P don and fear. l y r i Subcommite that labores- a iateo i f
cnd fear. tory 1 3 is run y the Soviet's ted W Unida's tr. o flihOred I sunl
N he said, the Defense Dept. recommended against moving MCBt the Russian ui, deSlio g e.a h inoa' s t d
DGB, the Russian ur~t dealing W Quem y and Nau 41g .
l trp because it was too expensive. No other reason,m just ith intelligence and counter-in-e l m o. tandM at cell .-the,
c120,000 't much money in term of the- ost of myov- MG has a "Ninth Section.' It with o that eo i wit .a B
Brook to Ro Hato. but think of air conditioning in all the ha e been directed by Lieutenant- f b w. Iartt ehta t ee ware a ti
n l' offices. s General Sudoplatov. Under hi' OEi the other hand, Ike' itDlU. kt pblith coldl be t
Tnef of t feal" private cars :.nd planes. purview is an "American Desk." e advisers rememberall tor well t
reo althe waste. d4 Those manng this "desk" werd "the enl &htorsrtol tesl I t
'You perha ed to notice that when they brought Rich- assigned the task of'directing "telr- s hMpr o untold Smh e ap p
bIllop, a f of two, to Panama he was handed at Tocu- roristic and diversionpy-fttivities during the @ c'lpresnatial caras-pI
a He w ught in over the schools. Why? against the U.S. It was d a whleh
Because Aps as a father of young children he might be According to okllov, these affects the Tnow ge it m ith t
Itbls to the danger to children, more so than the wise old operatives were told tat "Their on at the White now gon i s
that sit on the moneybags in air conditioned offices. mair, targets were American mill- ade d b w iaeB
Gentlemen, the public will not be damned much longer. We tary installations, warehouses ,nd MRS. SMITH SAYS'NO. a umlras.
angry, and it is an anger born of fear. Don't provoke us harbors. Laboratory 13 produced n ars s gu. aD gaa ra l du-
er by wasting money on aour own comfort while you force the chemicals and technical de- urinthat a Roes pu i tes e ere m the D tuesom
Send our children to potential death tps. vices ro incendiary actionagainst i-n.. ols shoe that woun' l
And don't shake your sage old heads and caution. "there is such targets. these materials be- ____-- vote was sho stte w llp wom i keng,
er when a child crosses the street." I've taught mine to uhg packed in containers to give o, at w top Stallg, at_-W'ke
k both ways and be careful, but what in the name of heaven the appearance of ordinary Amer- tended by Esen a i e i
We do about an airplane crushing the roof in? iean products like soap." A d "rab ne u eee p re"'-e .
- A Taxpayer All this is In the records of the a d sn Hoert)n S, a.
U.S. Senate now-along with more A ra 6 Refugee Thn arotlem ofe ai .82 di
CHECK POINT COURTESY isbulous data of Russian inte li- c ae hiteoi a
a. n a cl. ii atence activity which make our adviser, and
I am an i norant civilian. This Is what I was told for $L own efforts seemB to come out of y Peter Edson *o ** tha
of 48 minutes at a certain gate on a military reservation the hou h a chest as these ove E tono a .
r entered alid reservation through ont( gge anid foolishly plaguing our waterfront s eritY o, AS IN IoN Sree t he ar ani th r
Shne would think ethat there Aing O -(N&) It development haye been ready for.killed. The UN Armistice commis. Maa aE Sm th 5
pl oTed toMlea ve yao h rtanw o e r -ver yS en.l5eru r r i o rrmddmiCt
It ed to leave by another. Woe On the h c li w an who ever dtfwoo befew among us who pcost the United States nearly $60 several years. Engineers know Islon has just held Israel responsl- Maini, told her about thetslhtdtny




t sofothearyati u vehicle was spp ed at the I a o atters e f or sorte to the brou e ould wh 3l more a d forIe hey wit h a tdatirg some
gt eh T amc f oti It walse o thet psenger. I the c ad on the r ocks. million last yearN buto feed Arab jus t how i could be tdone. It w eould le for stirring p this fuss, women's vo tle and asked her
events the guard at the firs gate, where we entered s to the big.buck. And we fndorate now over 90,000 a these re- 100,000 kioweats of electric power. Ihe Jordan plan. But this has been women that a vo'teftyh
rervation, allowed us to proceed wu.thou giving then op-home-made terror rampant on the d uees. The cost ofk their upkeep Water stored behind the dams typical of th e entire eight yearI* a vote f r D,.mnioweC R ". tm
-f the vehicle a visitor's pass. This allows an ope-very pirs m which flow Army, is only $1.25 a week per person. c, uld irTigate 250,Q0 acres. in the history of Israel. Every time the a dhbani hom a y there nIn
1 'ceed with caution within the boul a eof the post. -ir Fore and Navy ami o to our All of.the United Nations whose four countries And on those acres a iddle East begins to quiet down, & Smith ref.ahi. She
being stopW at lhe .secondgate ItoIppeol out of the fiahtinj men- aboad. d wards these refugees arealy are, p,. estimated ~oe. tid 0 th A iome ne idet is provoked this was playi d .O ian at e
ry of the vehicle I was In, and was approached with suh 1 ca your attention to the Leo- A reed to contribute to their sup- rab reugees could i resettled. ise k dust steom. tics with peace; that-- Else- r'werethetr Hulu _d
(which I am not at all used to) that I returned to the nrdo Naval Base at Earle, N.J. prt. But most o the other n- That would be a start. WThe last time it wa Eptin a h ly tve adver u
S of the vehicle, and the safety t afforded me from the -technically part of New York t eons ijst don't pay their share. ht thrs u su i e nue s eolte r a n pg se
of none too careful a chap. The vehicle then proceed- harbor. There, unt the other day So Uncle .am picks up the tab. isenhower named Eric A. ohn- the Sue Canal and the execution prNl V. ould4W
ve the t. p tough character by the name U Herded behind barbed wire int Bton as his special ambassa ortot1 a Egyproof Isreit spies A neu- "t d i
1 min ut had elapsed when a Canal Zone authority re- 'Gus (Dolly) Wreiole, friend of the desert concentration camps, these ti y to get the four countries to tral ervation might we that
alT de arid ius supanta to the scene o the Mafia s Vito Genovese. decided Ara b refugees ar teae perhaps the grqe on point Jordan River side wa a gui.t.as t other. g e te Ia
U pon a tedu greeted with more hostility who would and who would not load Most pitfl people in the world. oev lopmeit te t
"'ee I Accr Force ad Ac My ammunition asIe. he a 4oni CwytaAn., They Je stohn aes Just. returned But a few weeks ago, Washinn ak
h th guard with bodily abidrd i n em to 0 me is r 4t. Tb eo frra hn1 i"thn dal, thweeu i-, h thea sei of hS Arabn c .
(he-la h7). I was then t or orkey, o allsa ras oledrbe o r, .her the m eyisd ,t- ha) n,.Io ;ideAtI ai the a t" oes were rborting that Ut ed Sab o
tencil -(us er has got to a T he an who is m aC t ing thet ft drive out of Pales- he w oui By he acnadaf ~e a --e u ati of po a atn too
shar n (hl is r led "Dolly" decided who would tine they rumored W650o00. his year e eels there may be l trae lin the wousd- waso lel a heis
rd'sm'took over the work. o on the basis of a man's Nobody wants these displaced agreement. t ihe Ehiu lt
ise h lea.edL but f cSd not hang ad ility but a on his wlen ingness toieeople. There is no able land in t he f e ilepts old ac eetlle.o a r
w~jan" ave methA llleiA, 1 .t- AX g verbal .re- kick back $5 a day to Wreiole. The area on which they can be The main reason for all this dil- might have done vooders in en|-
sloth t reatut beaof 4Sloma. Afte" "l he, l l"w ndoince Nthere are 80 to 0 men con- resettled. The problem of making ving and dalieing, however Is in the teonaSige letho i. en ve ..a .
rlf were th tantlY on these e a ne whoer olly-boy new homthem -o sR get- tht othe otwo side-theree Gafore the rel t n e Jor odae n \ n cs Nat .or 't
t"ot p w 'made himself sme $400a day,.or tibg them ft the backs gof the Arabcentries on the one hand River Valley Authority to change pt iI nf o
ofriedrB t -ha eo r,000 a week. it' might be mate- U. Bi. taxpayers at the same time and the Israelis on the other ta.e lot of zthe Arab.ee n l
sharply rebuked tically presume.n e may therefore take as much -wanted to talk otte h e r







amcks drS- Mbee Theout r mene get ove veroioutO1la mtrr
tly told ithat he 'Dolly' old do this because hee s ten years to work out. their war with each other th n icl stability. It would be of m i li h i







ws rnlde ht no ly exposivehe Same In thr Araeys S o er t s (e of apei tW ef a It' ,61011d to
ng he did. After I&hewin a. .-mem I nh was the rcened pier superinten- The key to this plan is t get abut something that might pro- benefit to the Middle East Aa e thisal h stoo Woud be paInd Tte r e d of uei.
S 'not doubt his word. ar ll, he Is .the law dent and hiring agent t the Leo- se, ordan Syria and Lenon mote their common welfare. Amerin Zon ts wouldhold l r.
I nrdo Navol se-and was active to agree on harnessing and share. Eric Johnston left the Middle Washlngton conferences to pro. ri ero Wr I
hat I cannot help worryln- iUtht. nterm union aff although he had ing the water of the Jordan River East just before the recent Gaza mote this idea than to agitate for 11Di LnMnw tIs D ceme other states"hey ld e dt-
hi s ..Immediateauer I .. .- r ot been a meotemd o r som s tes. anident broke dut, in -which e more. arms aid for Israel, as they "u ud it h eeatin t
unt.-wp mn.odoh. ecyuIvm o. ,onh ths. He had to resigng" from Preliminary blueprints for this Lgypotiang 2.'.llar e1 s were oawkth one.Plo thadS -n i utoI tt, loe a oa s.
--. ',.. .I a the unio be-ause te neW law fh stRo .eg'res etdrublican stral h h atv s er;t9, te beii-
oun ion the dcs wolaw-u._i n mW-W r ps e t J v r thglrd But" it aed the .
'yu0" emv Civilian 4ids hiring bosses from bein$ 140"creditedtvictory to B-
Ou Civa ie leirs e of the i rotation W a lt rihe l I n N ewI ag s m-raa arid -ick adi
(Who doesn't want to getea bust on the nose.) ongI .h.em s s sofiantion' u iSa down-hIne!'raft a*ow a-- s5d ats u: w1tu
......shoemen s Assocpr. ey, bu It's a boy. for the Frank th oldeyens .lermos asly;
"Dolly" was in a strategic posl- 5.icy', ,.ts arboy for s that yeaduo mr
ton because work on the Navy 1n d r ..T P o r I Jrs Grandpa Locard is ta re'eerle ous notret -
W41 docks is desirable. The men get move rion of "Oklahomsa" etilai to s the
%A double time there becaue theyip ingv eeplosiveiammo p e hintd o e Rivia Big story Di of w ar ove r
t1e( s trangelyn hehaoe dnhttvem- ho behindfthe 'reason" . .Perry the small sladc of Qemoy sad
strangely y enough for the Army. BROADWAY 'eMiami Bdach's Black Magic Rn o jockey all week. (There nsow, that Cnel and hilsarraer, Huo Win lmtU,
( and Air Force which use the Navy .H. .Happiestadpopjm San Fr n 't lrt uch, Williamo). Dterhalte have cussed and made htar attu t
ioers). The, pay comes to almost CeIhW v A'ssut Town: Theer-csco is ldsinthropoi Lou L-Ie. F r A AvenUo souslety1m ... Bug aBer's t colyumi Whte House meeis
Uire'ts Ilelei Hayes, Ruth-Dr Hi son Robert and wife were 'o Bl Mr s': a, t tr Ar. (subbing for te hol. abou.
I< eon hour.fron om m o ch .f m e ar A n ig ed iriM arilynn": tor AIhherz so 9.era (bhblo tfrrDtheS hall, at
HYn addition the men get s, daughtegraphed. .The 0a Robert m r-JueIplus sauerkrut juico, daing Jaek O'Briai) was l .M ttOTr Various .eators .-
e__usy travel time because Navy bus- Home (and ,her Broadway hs u on B e r ls a iit BrlingtoM1heirL o Ntad.iot gdAaither .r motor aident. Frtu d sh efot U hveinome m
pick them up a t the .hirng halls nmiakg show.biz history (via the (tie's tiretty Janet Valentine, Wi .Y .em fo sws.o.ttothed readers try. .Diane Lynn WAS the loveliest that. tey would be de ed to "
Just R e...8 Lo: .Lod put them down at a railroad p NTA nesiv t he at the Adephi . Street customer's lady) a h ru- bmg to lose Weight: Unsweetened angel at h Blue Angel .Den. eceive, mor" reacton g m ..
whichh then takes them threeses mid iss H.rne the Bng Show-Stop ignored splttln7 2 for 1. (Here now, .haw Itt has more calories than blue is (lad out of 'Lunatica Ipie back hom as tt. er
Jute iv (D Eut to the dc ks. Dolly would per, Critei John Chapman:, ooe~- Walter, no Wall Stree tips!. sweetened aittO. .Joe Levinon or.' ." Jack :eagerdea e
S special nake thc price of a Job the kick- crved over an item about a ke- Time stiAter Elsbeth Wright found of Fayetttbvl8leJ N. C., auip:hT hetdaht (Verntalen b:eohes a bride deite stand In the defnIg
komyo'linn A mpNcc wordig hao the te 'Gad an h e gon i n' telu b .e Pyko Joansot, Jrs, a Bum Ntoer!' orne take a lqtwkod IBunatorswhetterwe_511 .
1< oders crookedd dice hoore here rom "he pw) allg- b' ith Doubleday, the publish. -ne of.them must be the o st o u any olem n t.e-fu_
C mi-ra nticipating in the Fall... Show Bing to'ielt: Josephine Bae." Oe o. Tust W dl Inas. In PiY wit tu d.ss
"nts gtmes' there. "- tmg the ha) ('before midnP a ) to Name 'nd our Choice for Pisident ker opened In Vancouver the other- "Cat oa Itot in Roof Includes eratic pri ipe of revsntathi










+. + "~ ~ ~ tel n~ts _the ion .g~sh~oremer were in. ,xg ex~call-g~rt..P .t Wardi consort- mud ovvm $30 in ui s f.'rom re + . .


r.il rerA to his venality. . eda with local Nazis. "Shows to es. Following out ignette- 'The Bg Tie Jole J es"I'
17-18 -7Uh Cenltral Ave. (W~l And let's notf orget their- politi..q o Shw oe Following out tipnette.- "h ~lTm:JneJJe'
SAnd let's n orget their politlgo you' grc-aned one 'that no that the coin he had saved for a "w Ilpotant Can It Be?" .
...Ce.ra.. eal connections. matter how low you get you can chair 'e10) went to the polio fraud Ma r ion Colby's pectin
get even lo we r" '. *S.irah . Now. with his renown (as a Neart'.. tt te
bleetoTsto.k his standDn(asw a ato
Art Exhibit \'aughan's deecription ot a calck- philanthropist himself), Jakie 's (the we' T. (A *
Alal party:: "Where you know'.how able to stock his staid with magas Doll.- --
Snmuch you've had, but never -how met-ad be is .a U$55 per h-anting S the r
Underway At JWB, rmuch ou~ve said." instead of $15. . no is now in:a Room...
ltalEwo o Ina-- 1*1 h"'& B.A-C
Magician Sunday Midtwn Vignette. The otheree rthegm u gems Greaw..
Currently shenM.at the JWB ng at "The Dark Is "IA&*who uent J"i that .._---..... ..
. ..l,.ery an h o o.n of oh nugh' (starring K. Coreland )0 w 'be hapoi to knew he n e ,l At T
dowet) there were two elm gave hap to ight Stowf te's 4 agember
by Jeamne ftaufffer tudry. The M agaivei 1samuw.toMtHodt
Wits n EdeItheRw Ad-b- 60tms
exhibitlan, which n r-ta Jell been CRew ,A*.a.l
Caa c Arl e wl o-stage manager:.Ths WpWeI' lyf
The.l"heve thei occupied" -. Cen) wE" i"a-
tCna lZntei Forces Service o ewsoVAi stereng aiv lter a U braas s:
C mr Malclfso l we ad hi open tro Martini victiss oPi- :'d_
from a until Arl23. hvdaily. t ced"- i3
U cMemo- of a Midnighter: J S eags) ..
Sa r balrristerys awere looking forg
O Brthe m'ss an ntimetical of Kim
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t 1officl members
U*a ii ng tlE talk of McOarr, the ol-
S t ere also Introduced:
Coon, MQoell, M E. cot J av 5 UARCARIB
an i Sadroe .r couil Com nt. Lt. Col, .
rmeewenes e officer
t, supatMtndent- Mal; WlamOerard,
6r oct effiemr of ok
Sat f Of R. B. Her do nied
2W1 t oor an, personnel
o s&fd ag director of the. Panama Canal
ir t Company who tractor of edu-
the W it ctiosn for this tril' 8iate sea-
ikatldquarter building. MeGarr demonstrated hiapro-
o-.n V thu S breakfat end fileny at cutting cake. This
time to be used in cleaning up weli cake, ddeorated fancily
the quarteS for Inspection, In yellow' and old- which are the
outy Government" was the colors of .Gir atate. a bakw
tlite -rLeonard BI L rocnmah'4 ed for this occasion by Bfg.
speecb o the girls, Richard Apel.
Paul Beck, principal oi Cril- Hermdon spoke- on "Christian
tobal Nigh So ool, a the an- Citizenship" which proved to be
other guest sneaker. He spoke a top c of interest to all t he
on the overall picture 'of state girls here at this program to
erameat, the duties of state learn how to become better citi-
clal, and on state primary sen4..
eletloar FPrancis Sulley, of the office of
A Welcoming eeh by Mr. the general counsel with the
Louse Oriffoql, ohalrman direc- Panama Canal Company, lec-
tor of Caribbean Girls' StAte, o- turned on, parliamentary proce-
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MAJ. OKN. MeGGARK, commanding general of the USARCARIB,
and Jane Jennlson, Governor of the 1954 Girls' State program,
vie fo0 cake cutting honors after the opening assembly at Carib-
Ibean irla' State in Fort Guliek.

Bank Robber Kills Prison. Supt

In Attempt To Flee FIbrida Pen
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RALFORD Fla., April s (UPV
A desDetate zoung bank robber
habot a .veteran pdson official to
death after falg to take him
hostage. and ewo two guards
sterday in a briel but udous
Ib Io break out of the Florida
ptoantfiary.
Other grards finally overpower.
ed the kilhtr, -bandsome, wavy.
haired Ge e Xerotx, 2. He was
clDped Into oRaya.confinement
a&W would be barged with mur-
r later. sid prison Supt. L. F.
Mpa2m was grief-stricken at
death his close friend and as,
MocIte, AOt Supt. J. G. Codwi.
G .dwi'W"-. kaed in the wild bat-
tle on 0 4ist floor of the p*so.
tear the mao doors.
_orejie Wu as ubdedL, the cool
u doM rte Onvict, 'who, knew
waist he was ding at all times,"
ouonded two other gSards b o
they were not believed riol
HIouz had a reputation for try-
8a- 0 shoot It out with offtcee
W he had gives no trouble at
tie Rentitentiary here since he was
t.A up for a S-year.tennm' from
lZsi in '195
Hi a uddeo break for reedon
toda was curiously n the pattern
of bs late gwldana pal and
y bank robbe, Gorha rit
.d Puff died the ele
ch at tlag P

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days later deputies found a rope
of rolled bed abets I his cell at
the sky-scraper Jail.
Beormn 'somebow was able to
slip a gun" 'ato the state pris-
on, Chapman said. A state at-
torney was em route here to
look hto details of the smuggled
pau and other angles of the a-
bertive ene-man break.
It begas early yesterday when
a guard went to the third floor
eell-block to take Heroux to the
lavatory, Chapman said. All oth-


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TLANTA, April 5 (UP--The
sident of a striking telephone
kers' local resigned and re-
ned to work yesterday in ap-
ent protest against violence
ch has marked the 23-day
imunlcationa walkout In nine
therm states.


agreement- -on .. er contract
which also Inludabd company
demand 19r. a "no-strike" con-
tract.
A strike would affect Grey-
hound operations in all o0 parts
of West Virinl, rennessee,
Ohio, Penym nia, _,Xentucky,
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Vrsi nil i thn I Talnumesse eorgia
'The resignation of John A. and lorida and the District of
tuoy Jr., president of Local 3108, Columbia.
4 Communications Workers
Amarlic at Orlando, Fla., fol- Negtlatie on a contract
Wed the announced confession covering non-operating employes
a striker that he had slash- of the L&N mallroad ent on In
Southern Bell Telephone Co. Washington but there" was no
cables- after a union rally. word of any pro gess towards a
Meanwhile, the Soutie also settlement eo the tail dispute
edthe prospect of on which began the same day as
Sstrikem i o a athe telephone strike.
r w a don t o a rsed the Officials of thp railroad and
strk e o non-operatsed b the the strikin unions were to meet
ce of non-operatDr.iptngp blonsat Nearvil, Tqnn., Thursday at
,, ,. A a t the 14-state operations the request of Tennessee Gov.
.a Louisville anddNashVilleFrank Clement In an effort to
1FING BREGISTERI V4t the 1955 Caribbea i'Girls' State Session Railroad and two affillates; Fr end the walkout. an effort to
Is Rose McGarr of Amaior. Seated at the registration desk is end the walkout.
Jane Jennason, 1954 Goveror of Girls' State and a CZ repre" An AFL union represe tin Police reported a small bridge
sentativo at Girla' Nation In Washington last su1nnmr. some 725 Adantic Greyhbuni on the LiN mainline. about 15l
P-R '-oe- r66rp. bus drivers in 10 states and miles south of Louisville, t h e'd
Oe District of Colmbia voted railroad, head atrters, was
Dr._O strike at midnight tomorrow. dynamited undty night, blow-
Das alreadtBuoy resigned at a local meet- ing up serve ties and cracking
Ju pe r m Ni e Ing at O rlando after po lee concrete supports.
worker Donald E. Carpenter, 25,


ATLANTA, m A rlk a (UP)--the struc ton of property. A -. Rast Leiof Lamb is Popular for
rice of r.epp' wnt up ed tomiunent on h: Easter ier
from a nickel 10 cents here tion bat It was re ort ed
today. and the ..reslent of the 0 1 unio off as "a oot By GAYNOR MADDOX
Atlanta bottle mpanim would other other un officials "I ot
soft drink com gies would be onde iolde adSouthem bl NEA Food nd Marketes Editor :
iofffalg said he ha return to Spring lamb for Easter,, that's
very foolish if they ion't follow oon a said he had r evr Spring lamb for Easter that's
e hisjobwith t h e strikebbund the choice in many families. It
the example.' company. was in ours when we were young
The soft drink c p e boo8st-O t .sur and we still remember our mother
ed othe price o Ib rae to n ~. ee arre sted ordering the Easter lamb weeks
d the nicest of t beverage to In College Park, Ga., In subur- in advance.-
meet Increased costas of' pro- ban Atlanta, and charged them Leg of lamb Is- the prize Easter
duction." HAT FOR MAMIE-An Eaer with malicious mischief in con- roast. But smaller families may
Wesley West, of Houston, Tex., bonnet made of natural prod etion with the cutting of a choose a lamb shoulder roast or a
president of the Dr. Pepper Co. uets-a-elaliuca bark and wood pay station telephone wire. boned and morlled cut, sized just
of Atlanta, said the boost 'would roses-Is Made Eisenhower's Two others were charged with right for the number to be served.
be effective in an area extend- gift from the Miami Beach, blasting Southern Bell cales at A "rack" of lamb is a generous
in some 60 miles in all direc- Fla., Parks Department. De- Louisville, Ky. roast that usually s cut into he
tions from Atlanta as the price signer of the at is Mrs. Paul Two strikers wer arrested in flavorful rib chops cutto
has already Vone uP in some 351 Ochiltree. It is worn above Atlanta last week and charged
other market areas in the na- by Model Arlene Miller. with the shooting of a non- Roast the leg of lamb, fat side
tLion, .-, -strlklnZ cable-splicer who was up, on a rack in an open pan. A
W. est said his firm is hiking woUn4edi the leg by a shot roast meat thermometer inserted
the price because "Iomebody had from a passing automobile. in the thicket section of the meat
to do it. Other company. would Men Southern Bell officials said s an accurate guide to.doneness
be very foolish if they don't fol- p the town of Fayette, Miss., was of the roast. For well-done lamb.
low the example." eFrom a8th cut off by telephone from the last to an internal temperature
S ntme outside world after cables were of 182 degrees IF. 170 degrees indi.
L. F. Montgomery, president slashed between Jackson and cates medium.
of Coca Cola, said, however, that "ofl u Natchez. Have the "fell" or paper-like
uwe have no intention of going r service was restored, however, outer crVering removed before
Sin the foreseeable fdture.s o to some 30,000 telephones in roasting. Rub the meat well with
West said the price of sugar Resignations of two members suburban Atlanta which were honey r beautiful golden brown
has risen 103 per cent since 1940 of the committee of manage- disrupted Sunday night when and flavor accent. We like a few
and all other distribution costs ment of the Balboa Y.M.C.A.- vandals punched holes in four tiny slivers or garlic inserted.deep -
have increased similarly. U.S.O. were accepted at a re-, large cables. In the meat before roasting. The
He said it wasn't fair for the cent meeting. French like a subtle touch of nut-
company- "Just to continue tbo Welton E. Johnson, connected Recurring violence also brought meg on the roast.
s, I sn't- fair to our em.- for many years with the Chase about e roi n f an e han e Garnish the Easter jaer with

1939 resigned owing to his de- since the strike began three with halves of ha odee "eg'.
L Warture from the Isthmus on weeks ago. .Small circles of carrots make the
um1i ess Aril 16 to make his home in And. Southern Bell district flower trim and are fastened to
Wisconsin. Johnson has served manager Tom St9kes said ex- the turnip slice and egg with food
as chairman and more recently plosives were tossed into t h e picks.
Asks i salas finance chairman ot the com-yards of a company official and
mittee, a non-striker at Morristown. Leg of Lamb With Herb Bouquet
Of Lt. Col. Joseph M. Martin, ex- Tenn., Sunday night. No one was (Cooking time: 3 to 3% hours)
Of Perjury(hrps ecutive officer at Albrook Air injured. e
Force Base, also resigned be- Beason this roast early to enjoy
WASHINGTON, April 5 (Up) cause imminent transfer to the The lengthy dispute'arose over the fine flavor.
Mrs. Marie Natvig. asked the fed- States. Martin h as served 'as the 'company's insistencf on a One 5-to-6-pound leg of lamb,
eral court today to dismiss a nine- chairman of the physical de- "no-strike provision in a new trimmed, 1 teaspoon rosemary, 2
count indictment charging heer apartment committee sines his contract while the union refus- tablespoons salad oil, % teaspoon
ith lying in her turnabout testi- affiliation with the committee ed to accept the provision with- dried sweet basil, 1 tablespon
mony as a government witness in of management in 1952. out the means of arbitrating paprika, 1 clove garlic, peeed,
the Edward O. Lamb case. Awards in recognition of serv- grievances being included. mashed 1 lass _mint Jelly.


Mrs. Natvig, 51-year-old Miami
Beach divorcee, pleaded innocent
last month to the indictment re-
turied by a federal' grand jury
here,
A dismisil motion filed by her
attorney Mrs. Jean Dwyer, said
the charges were "vague," "re.
putitfou." and "ambiguous."
The :ndietment accuses M r s.
Natvig of lying when she charged
she was 'coerced" by a govern-
ment attorney into testify i g
falsely against Lamb at a Fader.
at CommunicatioAs Commiesion
hearing.
Arguments on the dismissal mo-
tion were scheduled for Thursday
before U. S. Judge Alexa n d ei
Holtzoff.


ice were presented. to Johnson Atlantic Greyhound bus driv-
and Martin, by Leonard M. ers voted at Charleston, W. Va.,
Rrockman, chairman, to walk out over failure to reach



FOOT ITCH CAUSE CURBED
Pain and ltdIng I


r prisoners were still 3 m hn e i r N -,d .. ..impor ed.b
cells and apparently none of them Mrs. Dwyer also filed alterna- Do your feet Itch as badly that they imported by leading Druggilats.
nearly drive you crazy? Does the skin Nixoderm ha them three definite ac-
wa in on leroux' bold Ilan. tive motion. as"kig for posteibe- onybur teet crack and peelTAre there t ona:l. It help, to k'l the germs, pars-
Heroux trained his pistol on ment of Mrs Natvii's trial and blisters between your toes and on the item, and fungus emponsible for theme
the guard and forced him to take its transfer to another courtdis- .'break oyour feet? Do them blister aoot Infectimi of mweblSI rIngworm, on
tim to Godwin a 5-year-old -vet- t ......... ru nand cause more bliters any part of the body. 2. it atop. the
aim to Godwin. a 5-year-old -vet- t .ict to form? Do your feet get ao sore at Itch and soothes arid cools the skin.
er of 30 years service in tre The ral Is scheduled for April thmem that the actually bleed? I ou3.t makes the skin soft, clear and
slate Pnrisob system and father of n federal court here. hould realie that trhe real cau moI Get Nodermbo Your druggist
hree sons. one of them on the The motIons said a fair trial at a erm o funrim. To rid yourself of today. Apply it tonight and e the big
pentit-nLary tt a,.stime -uuld be impossible" theme trouble, you have to kill ,t .Improvementin In morning.t In Afew
be""" 'cause o "tremendous pubDci- -grms%,hat cause them. dayms time NiXodoerm will hasv attacked
because4of.61armmulosotted the O.eree.. .. he .Cmse the goertm..pae valfo.andafuigum re-
.nar guards spotted the rsNavg has received Fortunately it Ipoible to responsible f our trouble and you can
pistol deApite Heroox efforts to Transfer was sought on grounds tome theme foot troubles and also even .ee for yourself that your skin 'apldly
coneceal it, Chapman paid. As he most. juries here are composedO f I t s-e" m tubborn" rinworm infelopn i y becoming ot, eiar.. modh ad
ad the guard wo had broughtgovernme.t workers. 'alentUfl .American for L ead n wist Nlxdo today.
Win. anroached Godwin the oth-
er guards "began circling and _
clo ing I on Mm," C h a pman
said. "They knew he was desper.
ate."
"A arently he had decided to
sAke Main tahe. "moutefehern START THE DAY THE HAPPY WAY!
.(.'be an continued. "But when
sh saw the euhrds, he must have
%hang! m-..ind and thew just
wht "h wats JUST LIKE YOU-your
m c hldo t tldrenWant-Ahotdink
h a. t wod t- tIo morn1np. For the one that
M 25Dapbun the TLaildstV real EMgy WReserve.,
Nocus'tf.iwrt cs a,, get Nestld's EverReady
,EV*,READY COCMO Otf DUS-jtit 3
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-ombine rosemary, saiad on,
sweet basic and paprika. If the fell
has not been removed, use a par-
ing knife to cut and pull it from
the top of the leg. Rub the leg
thoroughly with the seasoned oil.
Let the roast stand in the refriger-
ator two or fou r hours before
toasting.
Place leg of lamb fat side up on
a rack in a roastnp pan. Roast
in a slow oven (325 degrees F.)
2% hours. Spreod half a glass of
mint jelly over the Jurface. Con.
tinue roasting about another hour.
Spread remaining Jelly over roast.
Serve medium (175 degrees F.) or
well done (182 degrees F.).


Slim Fat Away
If fat ruin yourt aflifn Or ake
you rbort of break &and endaungr
your health, you will fn dt oU
to le a half pound I dAywiththe
new Hollymwood method called
FORMODf. No drantio dieting or
exeriioe. Absolutelyee. k your"
ehemlit for FOTRMODI nd trt
dlimmini tomorrow.


Somewhere at sea in the Mediterranean, Holy .eek me
held last year aboard the USS Tidewater. Father ol
man of Rochester, N. Y., Navy chaplain, is seen offerli
Holy Thursday. When the possibility of celebratIn
Week ceremonie became a fact, th# whole ship ainO
way possible to make the observance a success. U. 8.
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Ma g Is revived in
,h' h *nso-picture, 'To
'Aoa. O to stations
Q&tit's used -in
h ilotild prove that
oIr than the
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tevival of te record.)
5-r.ayboan who questions the ae
Uy the staoment, 'Oppor-
k o ks but nce," is ad.
_okeey a clo$e e)e and ear,
he.(rthur adventures of "Ber ,Bernleo
Parks. The lovely Coral ree-
thrush had' one solid knoci Billy Vaughn, used to cut hair
her door. Dueto circumstances- down Kentucky way .. D. I
yog.her control namely' double Kenn -- Mr. nkspot, has finally de-
uneuemeia sohewas unable to a11-cided .where .he'll -, e- i wso-
er And' now .ae-s waiting pa- rooos from ioWv"re64' k "' signed
ntly ifor another.chance. aith Label . RCA excited
u lover GretcWln .Wyler, the "tulk
i.*1 TOPPERS shocking'" discovery, F who never
.m asng before. They. ake the way
ACK PAAR .('he Morning I 0e so-,ids on the original cast al-
BS, ('.STV: Ornce a job-seek- k um and have big plis for her
went up to President Wilson Mambo end all mambos-
d asked if hd cmuld take the the ".Davy_ Ceockett Mambo" Is
ce of a m.sn who had just died.nr.cw out. Vava west, young man.
's alt right wit w me," President .--
Slton said, "lmfys can clear it "
the undertaker.' DICk' CK Top tars turp-
S r.g out rhythm and blues f a.
t h.. .1 ears o .. ? I vored records: Frank Sinatra's
I t hlap ened11y ears ago Bss-, From' the.Bot d to the To "
w re- he'd bieeroanbin ler Bo- Capltol); Betty Madigan's "ge
Where he'd beer.. a r a heels of Lose (MGM); Johlere
Ii with the Boston Opera homue -' o,. f 55" a. o ohis,
- she became interested i Ray's 'Flip. Flop and Fly" (Co
. .It turned out to be alimbias and Patti Page's "Keep
1J ng. t a. m sMe in ,ind' (Mercury). Others:
Somehow. longely Uip (The Chordettes,
end breaks cam e fast," ,he I -. ongely Li.. '" (Tak e"tesd
a lrs .ned at the Copa for Cadence); 'Take Mly JLoove" (E d
w-k -e"as tta hreeCo e dieFisher, RCA): 'Junk Ma"
wek e en do aed a the Robert Maxwell. MGM; 'A Hun.
s. TheneIdo oubneda tt h e "d'ed Year.s irom Today' (Artie
ramount. for four weeks. I diedyYea s rom ey (Ae
Sge Ing offer,. right and left. Wayne, Mercury), How Would
bi three picture offersan ou. Have M (Lee Kane, Ca
... ..I. I , Can't GoOn" (Herb
t te Hollywood. I sang at te rge, Can't ** anL (Lur
S- and after three days eore, Cola mbiLa Lu (Lu
was sickbeight months, and Broaway on records--the new
It's never easy to come est bit musical. "Silk Stockings"
eseially when she was comes over greaton RCA. Percy
a y he e s Faith on Culumbia, playsthe
&.sa: from being only a !, u le rm 'Hom ,of Flowers.'
staI of
e' records have always- 'red Warinp. on decca, doe s
lt never great She'so t Broazdway 55" a medley of hits
S". from "Fann House of Flow-
R a singer's singer, andP ,, "ann 'S Soke.
fllad her records in the ri ie"s and Silk Stockings.'
r. She's had some tough Two new operas for your shelf
the matter of just miss- Toscanini's long awaited 'A
tre o.rdcn asked Ball' was worth waiting
n.s, a ecommousne com.. fr. Herva Nelli. Jap Peree and
s record a .business. 1a Robert Merrill sing on the hebauti.
.e says, was a ful PC set Rossini's "L'ltilliana
er couldn't geta I teb i nAlgeri" is a ne ,Angel opera
". switched. et, featuring little known (in
4 0 m IAmericalpLa e cala performers. It
,iud out to be 'isa mFficpjt Job.
mag, You,'I s tremendous
the Ames Brothers. I I
,kMedumyself." m as
plated suicide ha I8
her ambition. (UltiI
bie has her dsights et on
deOmtiy) She keeps on u .
tueods, good ones, arand nor
bher t-carat smoky topa das o Rrofu A or
1utn the coy "eo- i mop da.
to knock one ." _.l~ CeY
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tlW FAST FACTS: Maybe w.,
be m-: r'rihyQim of the acis- ove
.'6u*. theft's something abut Om
i tat makes for musical E u
@tM. Prry Como, of course. 0
*a-hair-pruner and row the I
t orchestral l sensation, Dot's
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i institute. The monthly. nit g le
Canal Zone, Oreiid caty will
be held 7:30 tils e Ig t .the
Yeddlag Date Chbfg SO-,JWB Armed forces Serv- I
SCarol* Jean e Center on La a Road.

-o tthaci dbe .a set of. Col rd aHaes o6f
0 1Cti, "Orchids 0f E* iVsef'Lby he
Ste 3r son ,lo o h rower, Willam
!omei rtf alof,t .Kirsh of 19
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8, at the Chuh of Christ Former Zone Itrl
todigbos, at 7:o30 %10-l Named For p c, Scholarship
Min rs Dunn will M. adJean Crawf. s, 13, was rece-
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W elle Dunn and Ml6 :udy Music Scho5ship of the Trah-
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SMoreno are spending the wek
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o .A Miss Mary S For ely Week
lnCharte FaweD of Pedro
brwtoer y/ t Mr. an MAkin Over 15 Attend Garles. in ty
k pl tat holiday Yst Mr. and Mr. Cheand Mr s
e Chplain, oflelated the Lionel Moses, president the
thePanama Rotart lub estimated
SMary from the number of hamburgers
with Mrs. Howard Ros, vocal- sOverved, that over 150 members
.st, and Sgt. Philip Iams,* or.- and their wives and children
ganist. enjoyed the hospitality of the
A reception followed the wed- Chens at their L as Cuambres
di.n at the Albrook NCO Club home last Sunday. After the al
wt~th e bride and groog .cut- fresco luncheon Bridge ai Can-
ting the three-tiered wedding asta were enjoyed by 'be a
cake, topped .with a miniature while others went In for .aquatic
brNe and groom, sports in the pool. The beauty
Following a short wedding trip of the gardens and the Chen's
in El V ,llethe young couple outstanding collection of Bcu-
will re Sid 1 5a)boa. alnvi a; brought, comments
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Club to conduct the 'following Sept. 6.
business:
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VCenter by, Dr. I. J. Btrwuif, chief
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Phone Panama 2-0552


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SHIRPRACTORS
rs. and E. ORILLAC
(Palmer Graduatest
,1 per6 Avenue Tel. 43 I ,r
(l block from Lu Thatr )

Canal Zone Dental Polyclinic
Dr. C. E. Fibrega D.D.S.
Dentmue-bridge work-alr brasive
General Prartice
Tio*l (4th of Jub) Ae No. 21A24
(opposite Anaon School playground)
Telephone 2-.2011-Pananmia.


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HEADS of beauty for Easter
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GENERAL OR SPOT
REDUCING MASSAGE
for those who are discontent tIth
..thIgs as they are. Also for muscle
sehew and Jangled nerve%. Tel. I-
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UPlfnawna Maage Salon


ITRANSPORTES BAXTER. S A.
Packers Shippers Movers
Phones 2-2451 2-2562
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j .a bLv been unable to ex-
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-SGAL NOTICE
Ig STATES OF AMERICA
Canal Zone
ms htatle Distreit Court for The
F ll at o The Canal Zone
ivisaon of Balboa
Whaimaina Bulley, plamntff, vs
ktiUey. defendant.
Case No. 4118 Ciwvl DocKtl
Sfor divorce.
| above- named defendiar,
bIa hereby required Io .ppe.r
Sthe compl.r.t filed ir. the
Sactlo within nine ,' da:.y
publicsLion
,of 70b t4 o UTe 9r q ,' appear
judgenet will e La.ni a-
u' default for the relief de.
in Uecmeplaint
the Honorable Guihr.e F
Used State' District
aM Dstriet of the Canal Zone.
-' C. T. ecermike. Clerk
of Cie DepULy Clerv
sutmnone Is served ui%-
HM onoablet G it n t r F
Unita States D.-ir,,
,tgaSr of ithe Canal Znne
l. I=. nld ente-ed ,e'
In the of$c nf 'he t" Clr-1
sitatll -FHstori. rnu- f,,-
N*Hitlmn March 2-5
Ir eI f ai Jr.
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FOR SALE


FOR SALEM-i.id&,
hamp r.chlld's wea a.
ceac J.odern dining eJkI,
porceahTn kitchen tabla, Ia.l ,
any chest, carved teak "n-t.
dresser.4Phope Panama 3-1025.


FOR $ALE: 9- iec' snlng
room set. I kitchen table 4,
chairs. 3 electric clecksWi, t -
I ble d. *I portaf t bed,
Iclin -f.hiijil IwIckdWg7
Diab i gl. ___9


FOR ALE electric fa 16".
$20; atinghouse refterotor,
$75; iir raetar a 25. All
, 25-ey ..c. iurnitrme and
dishes ',Me 109-B Gamboa.
APot i s


:FOR than year old,
fet. 4 g
reftrioo. uel 44mrner
as toye$ 'cod taile W *nd chirs;
twin bed Hollywood sftyl; Mollo
wrought iron living-dining room
furniture, lamps, electric appli-
ance,,atc. il 3-058l,


FOR 1,-cycle;
spring<~(t d36 |'4. 309-A Ft.
Clayton, Phone. 87-6181.
FOR SALE:- 60-cycle Maytag
washing marine. House 551-B,
Cu.rudu' Heilghfs. Phone 3118
Curun,, Very loI *e.

Old Warrior


FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALE:--Only $75, 1949"; i
Buick Convertible Coupe. Tires-
in good condition. Motor excel-
lent. Car runs like a top. See
this buy of the season at
SMOOT 6 HUNNICUTT, S.A.,
Phone Colon 800.
FOR SALE:-1949 Olds-88. All
the extras. Priced to sell. Phone
3544 Rodman.
FOR SALE: 1949 Ford V-8,
two-door sedan, excellent con-e
edition, $500. Phone Balboa 2-
1874 after 5 p.m.
FOR SALE:- 1941 Studebaker,
3 tires like new, excellentsfotor
$125. Balboa 2-4g8" after ,3
p.m.
FOR SALE:- 1947 Studeboke
4-door, radio, overdrive $325r
Phone 2-1235.
FOR SALE:-$300, good condi-
tion, 1947 For Coupe "Super
De Luxe." Navy, Ft. Amador.
Phone 2427 or 2347.
FOR SALE:-'49 Lincoln Cosmo
4-door R r H O'drive, power
windows and seat, tires like new,
life guard tubes, excellent me-
chanically. Bargain for $500.
Call 82-5297 or 82-5131.
FOR SALE:-1950 Buick Spe-
cial De Luxe. Many extras,' new
upholstery, new w-w tires. Tel-
eohone Albrook 86-3272.
WANTED TO BUY:--1946 to
1952 Autombilas: Chevrolet.


(Continued from Page 1) ord, SDoge. rlymouth, rontioc.
ed him by thie Queen last night, WE PAY CASH. Contact us be-
Ciurchilt had kept tue wuiiu fore tradinq-in or selling your
guessing up to use last minute Car. AUTOS EISENMAN, Tels.
about ims ultimate eniuns k 2-4966, 2-2616. (Beside Coco
resign. Cola Plant), Panasma.
'me sparkling Queen cast pro- '
tocoi altr T asile a 4 hi a
laer paGW +Oi ;iit erm
last niglt and rose to lte thue o s
mnan wiiat was in ner heart.
She took the almost unheard KReuse T N60011810
ui step of ottering a toast to a
ommner on a private occasion. Road 'Blck de'
Majestic in diamund tiara anu n KO DBOl kade
gem-studded gown of white tulle
Elizabeth II said in a clear, vi- April .. 5 (Tp) The
branit voice tnat she was going to ',a erA pC om, iunst- today
do what lew sovereignsr. ever e refused teman Communist s today West
lore had done. eused t egotae a t,
'I propose the health of my German Welegation which had
prime minister," she said with demanded an end to the "pock-
glistening eyes in a moment t etbook blockade" of vital trucet
historic humility. traffic to West Berlin.
Eden yesterday called a meet- The Reds kept the Western
ing with Cbhr.ceilor of the Ex- delegation waiting six hours. Fl-
cnequer R. A hutier and efeu rnally they delivered a letter and
Minister Harold ,acMillan. It ob. returned behind tht Iron Cur-
biously was' a ommanu' Luniter- taln without setting a date for,
cuce, oti Eden, 'Butler, and Mac- a new meeting.
.vMulan form e truin v e r r a L The West had called for nego-
wnic will run th the ritish gov tiatons to end newly Impossd
crnment. taxes on truck traffic over the
i the ree also called in Lord single highway connecting W(-t
..UoL.o.i le iy piy -,a Germany with the Isolated A-
.an. !t was believes minthis seant 1merlcan, British and French
.,ey dS th sectors of divided Berlin.
ieons-piobaply win the thu.h e i: The new tales, raisect, rom D
iree ,iiOniv.. .. 'to $55 t foted rotVW SAp, rr*-
SWuile hoen was orgaizing hib posed a sereludo economic pinch
'Jniter caujiiiuet Ct1UiC, speit aoxI W(isf Berlin's econ(,my.
culcet anu mellow day at 10 Down iTrucks supply 40.8 per cent of
3& atiCCrei. the West sectors' food and otner
i ,e i.anie. on the Churchill's essential supplies.
uniner guest list read liKe a rol1i Contents of the East German
jLall of is ci3cbtxi u'ijiu,6 iLk)L note were not disclosect pending
his wartime uays of greatness. dispatch to the West German
Tne guest ht -snowou, clearly capital.
this was Churcikil's farewell sa. The Red attitude blighted
lute w the trienus nearest anm hopes of the Western. delegation
heart. that the threat of a counter-
'nere were guests with names!blockade of East Germany would
ringing of the battlefront: Field lorce the Communists to relent.
ivia.snal Viscount viontgumery 61i The West German govern-
Alamein and Field Marshal Vis-.ment has called off trade talks
count Alexander of 'lums. |with the East and Western of-
There were political friends E ficials have threatened \n e:n-
den and La4dy Eden a nad Butlerbargo on trade good shipments
ana iviacuman. to East Germany unle the
Also present were his politicaliReds lift their economic lock-
opponents of the iabor Party, who ade.
i.e veu nis coalition well in war-
time and beat him. in the postwar
elections Clement Atlee and il
ierbert Mrnrison. l vlltrife
When Churchil turns over his Threa
cifice 'to Eden Butler is expected
to remain as chancellor of the ta
excheq-er. MacMillan is expected
to succeed Eden as foreign min- Free Vietnam
ister.
The three men represent the SAIGON Indochina April 5-
top brains and influence of the (UP)-Rebel Gen. Ba Cut today
new conservativee gftrn mn e n tmoved four more companies of
that will emerge after Churchill's oive ..t.oo
tr -his troops across the Mekong
retirement. River and threatened this can-
1ital city of free Vietnam' with
!new civil strife.
National Army headquarters
.. Jsaid 800 men of the Hoa Hao
... .sect crossed the north' arm of
!the Mekong and were deployed
around Vinh Long,, 48 miles
southwest of here.
Meanwhile, the two rebe! ouss
Ssects, Hoa BHa and the Binh
Xuyen. lifted their blockade of
Saigon and its suburb of Cholon
under a three-day truce agree-
ment due to expire Wednesday.
The two-day blockade had cut
Food supplies to the 2 million
residents of the two cities by 50
Per cent.
I But today, market wagong and
buffalo carts .wo tnd nl the
central maz "' pla-1 , rded
'with rice. meat and dried 1srn
Rebel troop motementts n-eks
the Mekong raised new fear
fighting might break out aiaIln
between the rebellious sects and
,the national army of pmrer.re.
MON1 g Oew ; Ggo Dinh Diem.
MONE v .M No political solution 'wa s In
ne .sight. The AmericA-pbacked1 Prl -
tratlic de mee. mc- led promised to coMpromise byI
Co the ".reshaping bi. Dut it~ I
appeared th would be
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FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
JOIN THETRENP towards mod-
ern window .covering, using
match stick bamboo draperies
and curtains. Custom-mode in
all sixes and any color for im-
mediate d eli ver y. Venetian
blinds, reconditioning services.
Free estimate. Call 2-3063 or
3-4904. Distributed by-Produc-
tos de Modero, S.A., 98 Central
Ave., between Kodak Building
and 5th Avenue Store.
FOR SALE:--27" Television set,
automatic gas stove, ironer, au-
tomatic cabinet, 12-cu. ft. G.E.
refrigerator (90- pound freez-
er), G.E. vacuum cleaner, beau-
tiful 8-pio;e living room set.
Phone 88-158 Coco Solito.
Quarters 30-E First Street.
FOR SALE: Aftican Violets
and other plants. Hiuse 2483-A
(upstairs), Pyle Street, Balboa.
FOR SALE:-Fan, rotating, 14-
inch, very cheap; 9-ft. West-
inghouse refrigerator; washing
moahins, 25 cycle; mahogany
dining set, 9-piece; wicker fur-
niture; peietian blinds; small
piano; Philco radio and record-
player. Many ether items. All in
good condition. Retiring. Phone
2-2612. 436 "Portobello Street,
Ancon.
FOR SALE:-9-cu. ft. Westing-
house frost-free refrigerator with
freezer chest, 25-cycle, 2 years
-g2s Wete; Bendix fconomat,
25-cycle, 11/ years old; 1951
Ford Tbdor Six. Phone 2-3512.
FOR SALE:-Dog supplies, solid
chrome head chains, choker \
chains, etc. ACUARIO TRO I.'
CAL PET SHOP, 49 Vio Esph'ia,
Phon^.3-5411.
FOR SAtE:-Eoster bunny rob-
bits, pedi reed champagnes D'.-
Argent a d Californians Finlg-
son Studi. Phone 9, Front Street
23, Colon,1
FOR SAL:-A BABY GRA -
Piano in ood condition. Low
prt e. Plea e call 2-2373 during
office hou .
FOR SA :-'S0 Nash, 2-tone-
paint, Iike new; twin beds. One
owner. Call 3602 Balboa.









REMINDER The horror of
life behind barbed wire is the
theme of this new 12-franc
stamp to be issued soon by
France. It is part of a Deporta-
tion Camp series.


xOMFORT FOR CAMPERS-A manufacturer in Frankfurt,
Lermany, has come up with something new in hard-top automor
ailes. A hard, plastic cover on top of the car holds a folded tent
anit. Besides the tent, the top holds a table, two chairs and an
inflatable couch-bed. The camping novelty was displayed re-
Scently at the Intbrnational Spring Fair in Frankfurt.


BACK TO STEAM-*"Twenty-flve miles to the gallon ofa water."
te. man said, and tb was'at -kidding. Chzrtes .Kien made this
boast while explaining the tewam-powered car he built that has
no gear shift or clutc ..and runs on water Other features of
the car, which co g~ years and $100.000, -re "no exhaust
and doesn't nake-ay bIietse' Keen, who owns a m dw ad stap-
tng business in M WI, la pictured above to N band-ade,
eggiii~i' thrr *- a lg V *-*-*


FOR RENT
Houses
FOR RENT: Second floor of
residence on, General Jose San
Martin Avenue No. 6: Four bed-
rooms, living room, dining room,
kitchen, large porch. Inquire
ground floor.
FOR RENT:-Small chalet, one
bedroom, living dining ioom,
kitchen. Moderate rent. General
Jose de Son Martin Ave. No.
6, downstairs.
FOR RENT:-Wooden end cdol-
crete house, top floor:' 3 bed-
rooms, bathrooms; ground floor:
living-dining room, kitchen;
maid's room, garden and yard,
$70. Via Belisario Porros, 13th
Street No. 7. Phone 3-2569.
FOR RENT:- Concrete cotton
one bedroom, completely fur-
nished in Arraijon, 6/2 mileW
from naval base. Name at eei-
trance: Johnson.

FOR RENT
Apartments
ATTENTION G. I.! Just buj*
modern furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold watei'.
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT:-Furnished and un-
furnished 2 and 4-room modem
apartments. Contact ALHAM-
BRA APARTMENTS, 10th St.,
Phone 1386 Colon.
FOR RENT: Apartment, two
bedroom, 2 porches, very inde'-
'-pd-nent. Furnished $85, unfur-
nished $75. 43rd Street # 1-91.
F9R RENT: Bedroom, living
-room, dinette-kitchen. Accessi-
ble to Canal Zone. Calle Darien
No. 8 (next street from 4th of
July Avenue). *
FOR RENT:- Furnished apart-



FOR RENT:-Modern two-bed-
room apartment in Blello Vista,
51st Street No. 42. Call Zubie-
to, 'phone 3-3336.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart-
ment with kitchen, independent.
First Street. Perejil, House 3,
Apartment 7-39.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart-
ment, all utilities. Via Espeaa,
house before Juan Franco.
FOR RENT:-One furnished a-
partment, parlor, dining room,
porch, gas stove and refrigera-
tor, to responsible tenants, pref-
erable Americans, at "El Dora-
do" Building, Juan B. Sosa No.
22, $80. Other apartment semi-
furnished, same building $70,
unfurnished $60. Call Panama
3-0990 between 9 a.m. and 12
noon; 2 to 5 p.m.


SALUTING TV-A Paris sky-
line cluttered with TV anten-
Mae is shown on this new
French stamp, paying tribute to
television. In the center is the
Eiffel Tower. The green. 15-
Mw50taMp will'be issued on
April 18.


RESORTS


Learn SPANISH by* Mrs. Rome.
row's conversational system. Estu-
diante Street 14-79.

SHRAPNEL'S furnished
on beach at Santa Clare t
phone THOMPSON, B lbo a a
1772.


FOSTER'S COTTAGES, 'one ill
past Santa Clara. Lo ratets.--
Phone Balboa 1866,

PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottagea.\
Santa Clara. Box 435, Balboa.
Phone Panama 3-1877, Cristo-
bal 3-1673.

Gramlich's Santa Clara Beach
Cottages. Modern conveniences,
moderate rates.' Phone Gomboo
6-441,


Help Wanted


WANTED: General house-
keeping. Cook to live in. Gam-
boa 113-A. Phone 6-205.


PERSONALS -

diORGI D. BARB .. .. Il E.
ropoon iol Adjustment Teei l
/ niques. rdinated Menpule.,
five Theropies. Release of i,,..
vous Stress and Strao. O*h":e
Iflinesalogy. 14-49 Ceolle Istu .
diante 28. 2.10:00 to 1.00 eVhd
3 00 to '8:00. By 1aepotmmt.,
Phone 2-2515.


TFOR SALE f
Motorcyc "


SOR SALE: 1952 '"Felbury"
motor scooter. Phone 8-1144,
Panama ...


FOR RENT IF
Miscellaneous "

FOR RENT:-Space suitable for
shop o, storage, t600 feet fleer'
spade wittt three ijve,- In en-
trances or doors, w ll ventilated.
Iron bar on all Swindoavs. Sea
HOPKINS or janitor at Ne. 65, :
SFourth July Avenue.


MISCELLANEOUS
IPVITATIOs FOR BIbS
pJonstruction .ntract)
Projet No1 6 u5. Themas,
Virgin lends
As noted heoeta for Roadway
April 6, 1955
Government offhe Virgin Islands
By (Issuing Office)
Public Works Commissioner.
Government of the. Virgin Isr
lands, Charlotte Amelia, St.
Thomas, Virgin Islands.
Sealed bids in single copy for
furnishing all labor, equipment,'
and materials and performing all
work for the projects described
herein will be received until
3:00 p. m., Atlantic Standard
Time, May 18, 1955 In the of-
fice of the Public. Works Com-
missioner, Charipfte Amalie, St.
Thomas, Virgin. Winds, and
then publicly opened.
Information regarding bidding
material, bid garantee and
bonds, plans and specifications
and other contract documents are
open for public inspection at the
office of the Public Works Com-
missioner. Charlotte Aenalie, St.
Thomas, Virgin Islands; R. L.
Kenon & Associates, Bell Build-
ing, Montgomery, Alabama; A.
G. C. Office, 1113 Congress
Building, Miami, Florida; Build-
en Exchange, 46 Northeast 6th
Street, Miami, Florida; Urban
Renewal Administration, 2nd
Floor, del Volte Building, San-
turce 17, Puerto Rico; and F.W.
Dodge Corp., 119 West 40th
Street, New York 18, N. Y,
Plans and spedficoations may
be procured from the office of
R. L.'Kenon & Associates at the
Bell Building, Montgomery, Ala-
bama, upon deposit of the fol-
lowing:
Proposed Waterfront Road-
way, $20.00.
Deposit shall be only by cer-
tified check payable to R. L.
Kenan & Associates which will h6
refunded to bona fide bidders'
upon the return of plans and
specifications in good condition
within fortyfive (45) calendar
days from the date of bid open-
ing. A bona fide bidder includes
any person who submits a bid
for a general contract, but does
not include' a prison who sub-
itS a qto ion to h *ageeroal
contract biddenrs. To persons ho
procure plans and specificationa
upon payment of the above stat-
ed amount and who do not sub-
mit a bid, seventy-five (75) per
cent of the deposit amount will
be refunded upon the return
thereof in goodcondon witio within
fortyr-fiye (45) calendar days

turn after that time.
After the bid opening addi-
tional copies of plans and speci- o
ficationt may be obtained front
R. L. Kenan & Assciates. oat
commercial rates, plus handling
.and mailina chnrgee.
BONDS, ETC.
Each bid must be accompa-
nied by a satisfactory bid guar-
onty in an amount nt not les than
5 per cent of the total bid.
The successful bidder will be
required to furnish a perform-
ance bond and pvaymnt oand,
each in the amount of 100 per
cent of the contract nrice.
No bid may be withdrawn un-
til thirty (30) calendar days
after the scheduled closing time
for the receipt of bidc.
The Government of the Vir-
gin Islands reserves the right to
award a contract for anv or all
items of any bid, whichever
course is in the best interests of
the Government of the Virgin
Islands.
DESCRIPTION OF WORK
The construction of a road-
way approximately 7,830 feet
long along the seawall in Char-
lotte Amalie Harbor which in-
cludes:
13,500 C. Y. Comma n excava-
tion
4,700 C.Y. Solid Rock Exca-
vation
1,434 L. F. Culvert Pipe
38 E. Roadway Inlets
.2,900 L. F. Standard Combi-
nation Curb andt
Gutter
280 C. Y. Rubble Masonry
Curb Wall
2,460 S.Y. Grouted Riprap
6,330 S.Y. Concrete Sidewalk
25,700S.Y. Dry Macadam
Base Course
25,700 S. Y. 2-inch Bituminous
Surface
4.Ea. Comfort Stat i o n a
(toilets)
Roadway Lighting
System
With Alternates:
25,700 S. Y. Stahilizing S ub-
grade
25,700 S. Y. Concrete Paving.


OLIVIA DE HAVILLAND WEDS French journalist Pierre Oa--,.
lante places a ring on the finger of Olivia De Havilland during
their wedding at Ivoy-Le-Marron, France. 'The actress, a for-
mer Oscar winner, is the mother of a-five-year-old ,son by
novelist Marcus Aurelius Goodrich, Whom she divorced in 1952.


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R. T. ELLIS, veteran school teacher in the Canal Zone, was loft-
ored when his picture was placed on the "Wall of Fame" at the
La Boca High School during the recent graduation& exercises.
Ellis, who retired from Canal service last January as vice prin-
clal of La Boca High School, was elected by the faculty of the
school to receive the honor. Acting Governor H. 0. Paxson made
the presentation. The picture above shows the honor guest at
the left looking at the picture just after the = -imtation was
made by the Acting Governor. The "Wall of F has grown
to be a tradition of La Boca High School durthg recent years.
Annually, the faculty selects some outstanding.eftdent for the
honor on the basis of thefr service to humanity, professoal
success, and personal achievement. The picture '.f e peraoe
selected is then hung on the wall of the high school prmncel -
during the commencement exer lie..-



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I He was asked specifically about
the amendment sponorbeu by 1I
senators to limit oil.' imports to 10
per cernt of the aumestic uemanu
in the corresponding quarter of
'the previous sear. \
,.'It might be adopted by t b e
committee he said, /"but I doubt
it. If that is done the bill will
be loaned up. it would be hard to
resist a whole lot of amendments
4to protect other specific inmaus-
tries.'
utieorge did' say he thinks t h e
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22 Mimicker 24 Lcelded
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For the second successive year
the Cunard line's Caronia will
make a cruise to the Mediter-
ranean during the autumn sea-
. son, it was announced today by
42 War go G. L. Bowen, general passenger
Greece manager of Cunard in the Unit-
43 Existed ed States.
44 French
friends Sailing from New York Sept
46 Part in a p 1Y 23, the 44-day autumn cruise will
47 Century plant cover 14 ports in 14 countries.
48 Tilt A new port this year is Beirut,
s50 Health resort capital of Lebanon. The com-
plete itinerary I cludes calls at
S 190 it Funchal, Casablanca, Malt a,
Alexandria, Haifa, Beirut, the
sq !Dardanelles (cruising), Istanbul,
Athens, Naples, Villefranche.
Malaga, Tangier, Gibraltar and
Lisbon, returning to New York
Son Nov. 6. An extensive program
of shore excursions is being ar-
iranged Iy the American Express
11 2 6 a Company.
- Minimum rate for the cruise
is $975. Passengers m a y stop
S- - over for a leisurely tour of the
Continent or+Britain and return
-} on a Cunard sailing of their


The 34.000-ton Caronla utl '' -
provide luxury hotel accom- "
modation for passengers during BACK IN AMERICA -Mrs. Adele Austin Rickett (right), whow-,
the entire cruise. spent more than three years in Chinese Communist prisons, setS
foot on American soil for the first time since 1948 as she arrdIs ''
Attack On Inke' at San Francisco. At left is Arthur Link and in rear (dark
At t vack n ,1 Re S glasses) is Jim Parsons, both friends of Mrs. Rickett.
Chdirch Habits * .
Shocks Evangelistf i i n- n
Vict i m0ded Brain-Wash';


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at Hong Kong ,
and Iher huband wel
in 1948 to udy atT-
ty. They were arrested. '
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tt said in Hong Kong t
she and her husband we**
as charged.,


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- --- ---- ed Reed amendment,. which was G\ U GLASGOW, Scotland, April 5'
d -- defeated in the House recently. T ll (UP) Evangelist Billy Oraham I
That amendment would require
HOLLYWOOD --(NA)- Holly Columbia Now, eager for a drama- ehat a.dnt t woe require Textil Ill S Score Victory;, said today, he was shocked at S /n O n RP
,iid-.D TV. Bette Davis' .Isv tic role as. 4 chapne'o ae, he's esdn ri an attack on President. Eisen- eIsielt tac col
trehown# a .fort unet.I IBv. to fiered only come y -e by the nendations of the U. S. Tariff shower's chuch-going habits b o
sn es and shO isn.t abont tfilm studios. Winces Il.: Commission for protection of a I f LOr ep To I in 'Democratic -Sen. Matthew Neely
Smind f asn at *Well, I gues'ere's n un domestic industry, instead of giv- U L ept. I rl UllI of West Virginia. SAN FRANCIS('O,April 5 (UP) rais
cn.. l i mns. .f bWg e .actor unless on e irva i him the discretionary power .-A victim of more than three lived
5 "ub 1 howotimt the mya o power ..-- a '"To 'I1y personal klaowledge- .ears or iCommunist brain-wash] -She
,WeB't caINb ok the -' ---- such recommendations. WASHNGTON, April 5 (UP)- More than 150 other mills in the the President is deeply sincere In'in in a Chinese prison set foot China
S on e scree .asshe does Dan Duryea is unhappy tith Fede.a e Aleander l Soutn, New England and o h his religious convictions,." Gra- on her native soil for the fi rst vers
hMeamsaidr01%ineice1948to1ay-with.as.li.-- aoederalJudeAlexanderHoIt-SoutNewEngland.ansamtimesinceIStoday-wiha
hg age theaTe. ecleM; .I some of e critical bar and is Hua zoft ruled today the government areas also were parties to the ham sad li ap ant emotio as.t apsn "iclk
!'se *a Ahe" Bette argued delaying his.new batehO 'China I!u sLHUs l UUlVUi las no right to set nationwide dispute *t apparent emotion as a persk ric
ene of'Sir WalterRea. Smiith"telefits until theiscripts minium wges in industries do They obtained a temporary re I just learned today of Sen-eturnng from a weekend trip oth
is 6,,"Whe !nt mg pho- are rewritten.j li 1A0lff0tCSSI 5 ing contract work for the govern- straimn order against the mi nN- w sh h oiP 8 Mrs Adel. A,.tin Ricke 35 3. i ty
Sr|wbe 'asohoe isn' ing lio aod e -ery sn e ent ru n rc isenowern s church-going and I Mrs.- Adele Austin Rickett, 35,
it be'retty much of a shock When MGM bos Dore Schary It was the first decision of its But Hoit zofrsaon was the t was shocked. ion aveYonkers N. Y., wa almost ex-
to a ienctie tmy case, it's not landed in tho hospital with an ul- LL kind. It marked a victory for the ruling on the contracts law smce thanked God and havebeen en- Iressionless when she greeted he
a stion- of people thinking I cer, movie 'veteran Sam Goldwyn k C n n nation's textile mills whicf have an amendment passed by Con- courage by the example he is othr aboard the freighter Pin
sh *look beautiful because I telephoned im and said: been fighting the practice t o r giess in 1952 made judicail re- setting in this critical hour of tlce Marin r. Then she curtl
aia ever- -beau ty WAS*i4GTON, April 5 (UP) years. view possible history. y o" wsmen s"e had absolut -
S I'm eavineed that m not "Young fellow, I've got some -The Supreme Court today up- Holtztif det that the un- Until then the law Id not be o Comment and was whi
o look ike myself on live advice for you about ulcers-give held the conviction of former der secretary tbor caPset ou challenged :n the court under a Graham issued his statement away y two University
id- I do' t.ap..t to < dwn 'eiem,+done't get 'em.Re Ernest K. Bramblett (R- iy minimum was ona local, Supreme Court ruling t at gov- here after returning from Edin- !fled th oeose .. iti
ludienteae. TV o fmyeslt h, Y uf H ..' Calif.) on/charges of making basis on government contracts. ernment contract terms and con. burghi where he spoke to a group ..as rens
series lias to be abs6utely great With all ollywoos ma false statements to the govern- Holtzoff said that an order by editions are its own business, of British servicemen. Mrs. Rickett was released by
or there's e point .in doing nt." studios rushing into telefilm pro- ment in a salary kickback the secretary labor which set -- C iese Red s with New York
duction.d U nios Universal International _'he involving., is c"ng" a minmum wageof"$1"&moo__r Malcolm Bersohnseven week
ande t ,m.; .nt e, t en I ays ing to l ean udiyenrce lll Vya ietyt g slonal office payroll. way xtile firms doing business wiu tassen settled most of i di Stassen said he When they reached Htll soofNew I


tta y foot through the hows ead the list, with drama o ederl t c hee rt, if necessary. But if its ap- ferenc with Senate investgat- produce the documents anyay on t are o "g u
Sourset .ypl a...... p i th.rd place. .- The high tribunal rejected e-0 fails, the department wal iSeS egovernmentrva (gdus a o ftoeetttliif W before the subcon-l ng. rorld Tuo ha ifor thisr u p-


who turns deaf: From listening to I HEAR IT NOWill release 95 of I t' s nfmolde d dminbu w h t rMcmt oe ot eahni ket't bostlerr, ecaite he he






outes, Lu Tcex 's s botr Gea c bntics fohis film role etei witrtn anti-plcketin in- b otra t l-aa hi sa some of the documents involved sen. Stuart symtgton (D- Mrs. Austin, who has v o wned
Se junct granted by a ate the formn a disputed government con- Mo, a ercongressmans subcon-contravention of the statutemember, l along to s.d by her dau




is Ow pwestens You televerstation seri.Wes. ct Chief Justice Earl War- mum steante d a motion by gve tex ract for grain elevators in Pa. has charged Stassen's Foreigner, wa the first person to walk
o l liked the first ex the way are in en ntn fom the major- kta. Operates Adm str a n a- up the gan. plank of the freighter
S mabo. ere ood toldac t wa the most to tie my ouslmet fru lstratw, under whichine waste mills to declare the mini closed-doo eetMclel ton to the higmumhest of five bid-






cand Ae he' go ce.teloid I wasing to adown audieto one pIrole. Variety not up bply toC congress to handle la- aTy Department intends la-Foreign aid director Harold E ders. tassen has said Ithere Her daughter clamly grented
at m "Mr w bor The decisputeson ons the way ht toI choose Suit to mea rke d ou t "fair and reasonable was nothing shady about the r. There were no tears. Only -





paei spons r at te ed of the Somebody said It when a waiter 2. Reused -3 to consider ,cn no mourt if necessary. But if its a, procedures" to prte s t the contract. a sYlgnk smile appeared on ht i
seoa Too expensive o is rat- iropped a tra of dishes in a stu.appea by the American Civil oer iion d hts of "loyal and honest" McClellan said headed StaslP.
......hat like the back. the filmsentenc The Bramblett He faces pea fails, the department w o i before thesu mm itee. the FOA by Senate Republican After a brief greeting, Mres.
o r i t televe ra's ra ." The ACLU, hallengin movie es W.riday the subco ttee ob from a "Mr A Ketcham" lnk he r mother trail
Scared a the kid EAR IT NOW: It' a new fiv worship power of cities have tio against the Labor te instructive bpen a ordering mttees- tomorrow senat or questioningalso asked for a s moher said when he
w m e s a. He was Latest TV on ma: Pinky Lee and stateson, contended $70,000 n dusties doing business witbrouht b sen John L Mclthelan (D-Ar)ocumen about the elevator cntfereact Me- ... ....released
The T gr ter World C r in ectio o government on a local rather than White they still were a art on Clellan said the tsubcom ritt e e ,S















th i i r T etevisth Mrs. Jones wteady: Top hsovIe free-lance act-thibcting Immoal or obscene t:nn a, ree he at ot
oi idnh elek space after Charles Coburn current 1. Ruled 5 to I that no fed- sdustrywd or natiowde bass e points, McClellan a a I d will conduct ati a nvetgation, "a b ip dr t
t t do you consider your ly acting on "Ho to Be Vryeral cort, lower t the S Holtzof placed heavy emphasis 615 750 edABLO HTS. :ISve the Sen of the also t old newmen Staen w a ickett said curtly and he wa S








Sprm Court"ieasand lfntoler a bly Inery-irhisoto *a,,low R eY.. ..F. promised oto give the subcommigiv btho n.ouhtrrib at a t waieong edan wwe.i '
forte" question, sherryPolhr CAPTAIN FABIAN" Pouhandled. former University of City.









Fort@We sex.I'was;rottorpeatsi lcrole pet e r Cith- n MIts evl Southern California fm oip o tbo aa icau it yo
W Tx, ws ee st an -pi ketnn-th etary of labor could setsoPortland me of the documents involved Sen. S ta r t Symigton (D- Mrs. Austin who has v o w eSp
tere' g t 'Y an't Take Junct ipoat a t o eate .....hrmum stan.-rs-'in....agiven"rIin.a-disputedgovemencon-Mo.,aucmm ee cm er,.i along to tand by her dough
SWith You televersWtract fr in elevators n Pa- has charged Stassens Foregne wa the first person to wal
ren i a IIBtrc for grain elvtr In Pa
erimenal tlefilm of show and "I'd ma" the vteranstaity view, said the ruling se- Holtzoff sai the secretary of la tun ta ed the contra r t s










S. .. i iInturn. StMn said after te warded the coment hasct by een freightegota-er aboard a lanch hour c
WE- do moar e. There's a good told me. "I uon't want to tie my- ously frustrates" the machilne.y r taks t po tt te closed-doo? meeting in McClel- tion to the highest of five bid-!










a uI by Ct o A ('alym e held up since the subcommittee br th p docked and flew
ehaee he'll go celluloid entirel7If doWn to or. role.' .t up by Congress to handle la- ,.eat n wt I ch oed intheawlan's office he believed they tvd ders. Stassen has said her e 11r daughter clamly greeted
nxt lsses.I "Mr. Pepers -or disputes. wno that cho t to me-airandreasonablewas nothing shady about thef. There were Io tears. Onl
100 is" sponsor at the eed of the.- Somebody said it-when a waiter I 2. Refused 6-3 to consider an no more or less." u re ored oures"fai. a. to protest the i contract. saaa h slig. smile appeared on thea Only,
sasnu. Too expensive for his rat- rpped a tray of dishes in a stu-,appeal by the American Civil lActually, othcsaid S u pr em p rcurehts of loyal and hpone t t te ctrMcCletlan said heIsmlakedpedtas-ohPs.









6 r cafe:'k Li bICourt and other opinions i ndicatet o o l a o started tc Investigation a so New oi s
ing. eabe: I erth es Union ageMir t a ban on C ,i- t .at ..... .. "lo alty oft, n can g vern mnent employes appe-ar- sen for a telegram forwarded to

sm e,'scared all the kidsa-ccpowersoailci
few movie seasons ago. He vas! Latest.TV i-on man: Pinky Leeadstates, contended censorshJp The actio- against the Labor taed a subpen ordering Stas- I The senator also asked for a er
t "ne th thek-chill erVACATION MATIN rider was brought bysen to producethe document eo about a conference I New York a
LAno d 2ar o that's cin a naute e amaMills, Birmingham, Aa. er It actually was served, but Congrltess, the contracting firm n otuli n sars te
T a n o l o nae ge I mI fo pa and representatives of assen's, 'hina, agree tea n her atth c t loot o
TeAs i Tofelevio I Mrs|e. Jones:steady:Toptnovse free-lance act-i hibiting Immoral or obscene ag y Ec a
Blam o Peared th e os are screaming over the tie-ups film are fic en t safeguard.* c. .n asri ng t- gaplank.T sEasink a
ayw Tin" s a ot Life.'could Lbetwees film plants and networks. 3. Re e an appeal by the SHOWING AT.YOwR SERVICE CENTER s, asen proms tonpe-r rushed her
m"dion of Knowland and t hee through the crowds of p hnot

hip a chance at comedywhile he niudio contract players now get all -sought to restrict on-the-job use Ttt Tl! der the memo, MClellandsaid. Absolutely no comment," Mrs.
pw i an films at thechoike TV roles. of roller-type paint applicators.tts utly ani
The union contended rovers are BALOA 6:15- 7:50 DIABLO HTS. 6:15 305-H ald toldntewsmentassen c s. cl an ,he w. ,
i0 Ere n e-s eayre nd intolerl eaeust ... FLYNN promised to give the subconskmit-. berried into A waiting sedan with _
"nt t ueeav and apetle t inyehauthi O "ADVENTURES OF tee-an foa report on A. E. tici mother and taken to Redwood
,ihazard A f rm the sprayior whist ,~oP~~3~CAPTAIN FABIAN" Poulsen. former University of City. no
aLeft standing a Portland, player and now vice president, The party went to the home of
din pinball machines. A Port- "SEA OF LOST SHV15" Co., Los Angeles. The firm an- car to thernouse and then retused
l Iand citizen had claimed the law .... .4110147 -"THE 01 0V patently was high bidder on tbe! to asDer .e dorhell.
unconstitutionallytdeprived him 2 ".-DIB -T S I:5 contract. .. Mrs. Ricket's arrival was it
"ot a $100,000 investment. GATUN : p0 Starmsen ordered the contract, narked intrast to that of Bed n wih
saw Ittn"MaThursdayPoeIndI,,MI held up since the suicomit Tbehfore hispart dntokhed and fl
I 18Wand ciBALBOA THEATed t wMARGARI1TA 6:11 7:49 started v estigt ion, to New York.
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NE YORK, April 5 (UP--AI&Worm 2au. Boni
i" who played, sandlot ball in the, shadows of MDe-I
t t0it's Briggs Stadium, shaped up t day ia a "sleep.- l..
er' who could help make the Boston Red Soe forget n-i .re o Mb
I 'e ,oss of Ted Williams' bigbat.' c'-
Ziuchin, 25-year old, 6-foot Wally West lsk three-run ""
4 -inch lt-handed hitter home off aarv; r p the Gibralt arLe
tips sales at a mere first tanlPg a % G. f
225 nounds, 5 caht manager a 9-5 victory oer t .llW ,- York .Spur olading d etlte
ke hagigls' eye rly In s rin Giants apd gave the Tdixa ang enh_ i at 1_ o ,
training and now Is conalerel -7 lead n thet, "World l erle when ibralta 84 ATLAg TI.
almost certain to oust goldenn on tour" s0rin series. The In- Measure '
Oree0k" Harry A s ans s the dians need only one victory in Od the tir,
i .in said aflet'dfys as that wt tmheanet I fh, aith h, tie They scored foua In pi
ihtnot make up his mind fort the ehi t. uThe y added r too
ta day or two before;open- The min L I ogir t I runs IJn the fourth l to ta t e
Ig day" but since then auchinsc PIrd. sehedllheizr pin r 2e on e r ofe
bs been the team's bes hitter Ineght a game and na de eef late whose ur Cola JA. tonel
71ebig fellow sprked athe Red spring creeot *1-S obta name ti pas. aerI when Roy lyr o ha


aeiphia. lles at reeh 7 s ero for the 'late is expected to arrive on the 1955 PA IC TWILIGIT LEAGUE CHAMPIONS L c Strike baseball team: (ronut riw) ch arged wt I
ou i doe na r .woideman 5 na ve- Iasthmu this w weekend. B ae mii arne sB rruw:oManangaerr Dn R g o he ga er
sa x or aWstrh et Re 8 (m)n -ag opotbs thetor of t t .


ywt n Robe.rts ad the An other oe Mntl-e b t. Webb Hearne, Jack Owens d b Medinger. Cha for the second te r y Watsonr
aso aent ll eer fir hst half and defeated Won n one game pl tle. Cayerr not b who Mchwara of h p
ItoathNe ydrankeesvutv tt- o a. Io ASON, played for-the ellamps douigothe season were Bilde IS Mater, Bob Ridge, Dci"& Ski Janv Rager i n to
sadela. hi t r5. blast- eslug ,ged (hattaenooa, 118 ob dor the Bud H l ulat Dennis Fasman, Dale achuter ant ch ill Sto t win tt for


eat Rlbrti r s and the. oba "ja im d LnckeyMoalele a .er h en heJac kOwen d e 4b Medf er. ChamofT the eco d the |r Wan l '''r
and Andy Coestariat The currett onIfaodeapoa tea f h.e 10th Chase einte thegmend Johnny edxton last titd. plithrs nott c n nt Wo S
t had Nu, 11h homers and p. 7I ., and the Ch.tao. r The Brooklyn Dodgers were d'Hl uD'- an- ee-drive ol th| bat of Bobby oran- bumt br .n.


aiLas hatted i. last season. Box beat the rSt. Louis Card als, threatened with dissension to day i don that *-s labeled i .the barn a fl 'F3s
Sthse Red Sox- who seem to es 4-2. a ana ger Walt Alton and star n fo 80 days b l he o e the ut um o Mallu
8nIflg as a daerous team Ja-ke- h c .ob. nson waged an of eg. a Theino Sr. i fo th s thelln l uts rF Mecs on D.
flor. B ilans he har eB a disput e of the type that has era when oe Prill took vicious a y. o o la
Spand have a 13-8 orape- .u ttS.w 8oulsparOheok, re ateneoethe stegd eh e taiston as ot e e.
I ats o-e4-4.wIo r s es -oner ao u bei hg t toft hdm ever, 2-0 seasonn and deter.inl.e any p.albly .ft.u.y nae- m ee oi
_lltor l mq wnamos, w-- have, .porters abouf teng tenched had "0 l;e M.8VB2-0 in Saturday'ss fourw- One of the largest crowds a .
Sc a. othe traw t ora e t o ton a famed "silent e is put to the task of pro- the season wItnesse d the contest. and s ,ethe ae for....
sidL tAre te A N on tan who never, never shouts ongoing tahe li o pe lal The ndden Iath one Mutual.-
e thea ni to b t o te rup" in anger. Init T roo het ibbean om. to determine the l Mutual will now
J n. a Lo, iadll e, e ..a e n t an baseball series iixth con- winner will be ply W es-game play-off on
%, Red"Box-k a whopping M ti. of.leaP~l her In hes got any complaints a -I test tonight at 7:30 on Fort day a ternoon. Probable ava g afternoon at st the'B
;pftheir sping series -t The cait o .epolioaes wrthe ee, oght to -om to me N ... l. n ..Ia t sa ........ ,. o
pwrtnay whei latest, o e Im-he baseball o u goinegtoome a othe lat r erate An Ca so's diamond. others are il Waton or Brave. if they should w* thi
a rda I- town & a presss" snapped inag -Bob Cronln, who r Cora aud Butch Rager or last game aga n -the Lit
e toro domM franc ao Alme ton, and the in rage turn- NEW YORK April (UP) -Itomorrow l~ e eels the eauts e went 4-1 er the' Aatiles srea- e brl iWe. Mo tte, for o l d
Sa the om k wo. The ke4 r a Minn aed on rse rters nd toldnthem Weilterweight icm on Tony D t. he a son ad the o oes ed
nide=l1 w. aVernon ,atll o s i group "Thl e Min" T wasn' "ici of your but nMarco hs been. declared "un- must s inM at a 4-1 ty, Will ke ere wiu be no layoff theen two -- will p
HnH itandon2,t ,, mena saays $,1,000 worth ofness" whethe-.I RobinHson would available" r a future bout-un-hp by the spsskea etta thIrd for visiting Camp' because Spur Co a would wIn Police Pals,. first half c.allmp
eBra or the EBat afr mae"od say bes s old I, lw rtl sbe In the opening daay Ineup. til he pas a physical examlna- Co Ley, wh h holds a 3- edge' both halves. n place of the play for .the Leaue
aib ed t the pedlegs ulln of a drive to itave a five-mi on- Dodger officials obviously were tion. / there playoff, soei thoeee oTols a .g tonad.,
neai n-rnd.s or -tiridollar istad tMi reany for the worried by the sudden explosion' The ruling mtda by Rthe Mas.- I_ taate ser^o ob e as. -
Ss tafctheig r. p in the ranks of the teametIat is a huyetts Boxn 'ommis ionis Men a Tche seventh game, if Troops who graduate from the league
mmm t wr i h or Ci 0tf try inght a thpenn ,omebapo'but thed result of inu etm a r iIoe.lht, wJill b played inlwh o. .u, B .N box ,Bhre:
imma, i Md n ,- e gVM_ wreA, rston a to ohennrt' ur -NERered n naai 5( ham Ttmorrow wet- .y 4-1fit heAnil ss o .-
Sv7ot h n a ren'T l t te M n rect p rter ute. Club preW tonship. He sustained a bruised endleagat t:3 e o'lock. Spur -If'Gbraltree
wine 'a I io s__ NeTI tor a"Itm 36 easn' olf yeo'ed Inwininngde c f B Jh rsd a -ight W
S i .w.ee S. t. ls ,u we a mhat O Id c .Walter O'.iiey, ontated and and a cut below the lef.t r 'le haver will be making htt compllsoesinmae. isthe hi lp..........,
20_s.S Aaron so Tu u \ n roolys he wasn't fam-, eye when he took, thRe Itle from a aere, thrd apperance of hne es., r .. Li ..r.. Da ,--- ......,..,
-by 1s M /i-aern ftenfllet' t in A tp the'l tyofo.oohfsatherleagne -'441
ed tot PeAlWaskee b. 1 T cureat Minneapol s team- ila w th there ails as yet and Johnny" Paxton last FrIdy. o we In the second contest, an tar L se and otho s io, b-p ...
moro blit plar o two-. Is in the American Association. wou d say "It's nice to see Saxton hiso as been declared in or the t agles, Weaver re-o .. hoh _.........e.. m

S'--.------.- LoDlnll Iia Dspite O'Malleys quip therm uled to defend on Aprl 29th a-sslit o .. t Cesl won the opener In the six team... Lu, a ..*... ,...... 0 1
A's. .u. "We was nothing jovial abo tonsl l ganst Carmen Basillo at Byra- ..D.r... 'a yset, p's Is innings over little Joe M- All of this depends upon the Ath, lb-ft ........ ....i 1
oun'oers be se irritatio with o and al cus, New York. De Marco's at San Fra o, er, lost the four-hit a outpet outcome of tomorrow's b egame. Burs if ...**.......... 0
we h.. m." TheBro a so with repoe s' nuetioia 4- manager-Rip Valenti- report- c ed to 0o tation Dr. Mely- to Weaver Saturday, and Rluo ,, dy, .. .............. .0
.e moved to atimoore while tthe A'suos bout thje isdr' r it)eup. In- edly wants the bout postponed r 'Friedman, a heart sa easht. reloeved .o' two-thirde of aa n S P, COL, -,,, R b .......... -
usmiAmm Pset u op Kansas City." rdulging in expeniment.after ntil Mway 27 so that Tony can Dr. Friedman y a carogaph Innings la..t Wednesday in the d ..Toas...
SA uok o"ir the new another with different line ups cover. failed to sowany heart .defl- -3 Initial Trper win. P P ayers ,. Toio .n............19
It"nss ,,t. / la lookin dr- every day until same of-the plav- clency, He a says Moore's Sunday afternoon's 11-5 Cp Chse, .2b 3 0 0
-. w.a f .neonl hi ters complained private A spokesman for the Cnmmis- chest d lunare in fine sh Losey victo saw the Eagle L- Watson, J. ;"p 1 Poger. Pab A. 0M
h.'Id Portocarrerc is were, "confused," Alsto has re- slon says he expects the New aDr-. edm says the i nally a hitting I s. .whwoa,. .... 2
asotas- will double hins, peatedly duked queries about York State Athletic Commwssion hepss hamq is "a perfect p t&t h first time h r ath e.
S ron S Albrook AT becaukeqo e. p f his pansoo, orthe lular season. to back up Masachusew In its tal t iee." etrs est. -,re ro. lb 2 0 1 leetkons, of ............2 0
ward Tackett, Advaer. manager, .ou ouUea, "You guys can go on asking ruling. The spokesmm, eSys "We Comm owner Joe Phillips says If L0 eY 'l tonight, tr thia0er,. lb 2 0 1 Plumbo..,p ...........0 0 .m
e Explorer Swimlnn cart- ro.won eight !it season. me who's- going to y thlrd lhavea working agreement with he will turn the results over to will be presented after the -_well. cf ) 3 0 OEbson, lb-...............3 0
d a m adman Navs. Thne 218-pound Poiocarrero bwase every day," saiL AlSton, dearly every boxing emmnhalon other members of the Commi- .Bowen, rf 0 Blalkowi_, c a..........i.S 1
FPool.with a score o 21t, says -"Boudreau told ~e I was splacing his words with appro- n the country." siop. Hee says as far ta he is con- Dilfer, 11 2 0 1 Goguen, Sb ........... 1i
up 2 F hirats and 2 Soc- giving away y ,if ationll He p-late adjectives. "nut you might The spokesman s e. Marco cerned, Moore should be grant-,. *. ixelnick, 1 0 O Carpenter, If. ......:....3 0
Sof the sir events. ShI told me I nIt, ball as well stop, because I'm not co]id ank for the endttoned a license. 4Jnorr DiT T .............. 0
S cRsi with 16 Por oearroo d i It a "xx-attedd waen yPril was I-
boa h Hfls."I-ooMngoi gtotoyo. exctdts and 2 Sec- good ar L I As. forRobinbn, themanager, / -1. jured. Totals ........,,.0 '
. 1h p8,oalboa, Joe^ th inegn' do I' .. sadle Jacki gexciteaned a'th -of te fo a "-'-l,,.,,, y US S,

Second for third turbet h e th y .n orts he had 'no Idea that obs son's T R f

e r s aOodr -tbee nrn che' TO Shoot IneLtanal sone .:tec.n
n ido- York I anWeinithe future I-r he's got thI n i te

AN.o .rt YBlankee -ckonhants".o u I O i /heo
Asw mo edoaisteole himu Io t kether, the Five former ch"u Iptprdison, Paul 8. Stewart.



reas fel physical condition of is play- cludin the only upSop a tr.,anriher W e OtrNwGh
S -t or Ih -no perfect o cO-, ewouss, Rob-rwh



A adro4trf rthn w "I'm 36 years old." Robinson matches, are incfadd 3. Mills, Jack n.ySmIth,3Rob. DOlI as sined or a JUne
S" continued. "I can't play one dmpay- Canal Zoneti Pollee Heas. saew .oTrea S nt. a y atmIs Yioc. 5rmmao
mm .r.eesle, World feathered champion cditon I've drilt harden tive matches whih irar a Alves, ed. et Do Marco a chan to
SI Bao apd bAttle enny iing train m in condi- k aturd, April 1 at o A. Homer ra eye cut suff atso
r. don Dis. BA tea, In a ten-s ton:tand, all want know is Piston target Rae lx h D. Simed, JshIa A. Cun- in a the title from Joly
h ralth around, non-title match hereto- -e I utwd eaotI '. alghi, t yMacon A. Turf Baigon Friday.t
th lc .- "He's got to get off to a iroo In the quality p-, Athr button. Paul D."
St, addler's appearance start g ear, or toe wolves twice this year, a l.hmapdo, Paul J. ePRichaond BASE nmBALL
,, .... tont-.wa marks the first tions imesd New York will beto on him~ winner ofd the m 'F. Ba..jernn, W.alter W. Ms e President isenhowder has ac- w
at.R a woylN p.. .un has stappe "r.ethrb rg awful." aeid Robin-lmatche seet rthe J ng. Leer ,roetr and tb-/ firseta weCmpoen TWahr ngfo

th i .Dn through te ropes n. Montana mtn. "I nudelstano that butIm h 198 out of a
s d ea e. 2ndd I tlspoe fkUt ly I want to play regularaIre.Second rand th5 n .al b. J. ele, erich, te to.ebaltoedis o nb



Ho le. Al- borai at Shelbyg oing at all." Tts2were take3 by R ** M ad. .osr so Bay.mhe
siwith'1 6NPa n r 4. 1953. Rob, who alternated be- gelke and Sgt. John 80 N. Ma,.r. isenthoe, rssheuW-
rt6. Both.eadd rand Payis tth- tween left o ied and third bma scores of 198 and 1J y, vy we to throw left -.
hi 8,albo d woa, 1 Sunday and nt last season has been goin all ly. 1 0a h bE





0i ua1 _1 weighId 132 year kadIe he feels it is la Other forme
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n I ~hno -IiD4ue match with Isak. wh. aA play under sncord of a perf. .. I mm j
ag. Alston at the Papers. MlontrealPaul S. Stewart '1-Can
m, ac j -- h.e r bted .obi'net la1t sea- Grady H. Hat- *: -
A dto hado0.toldl Robinnr 1;andoFloot'A1.
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Sf.hr.gory. Go Via night of a :L4k
returned to vif in Seattle pp t o be labeled fa ta ker
0a to and concentrated' on it in west names asO nombetOred stlW- u e -.
!98 coast tournmets. Th young -theWis anfoont. the likeo-r t~m a s Ut


mans terrific power -: hh o- hde-Wsp, and or te a 'a o no r
staured golf's lonet tie. er hr e,, r ulhm'





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caught the eyne boke Pen nd t pitch tata, tinin-oW ae ph nq ram, it is wine to hahvm n n


oI..hckhlfet to rCtaeg in. fs. t ader f t i.tl
tmfasshenal who angle dooCth Chicago order. ( ) tern One wr h ho Mh cty, fnd udsa
for him with a dcub. at ad,.. fltn
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Is3 I rKring firm for Spotssi ale s's ". heorl a
Bration onN tour, switched from Amaz on Ati 1rt, Altter dA or -a
Glenhead to C'incinnatl. 1As Aa b ,i t wing 4 g nu f
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*tr~ est possible batt. ind b left eldg nbeity T y he t hand- DitAmar TwCo he)* and W in t "Here, Cane's End Smolo
r In't worth a dent r* chk thout eneoa ricwth a nd1 wbue-a f Pa hrltat 'Bfhants. f einher H 11 flld F ******ww kw d mu-oaks Am h B1ogiall
-sa rdy -to movi 'nto h e isCusa, a bain com r hilt andaoh ae te aB aMrt n. Sa *p hlh w ,
h t a pr for iefeni anst Dintke. at San wri Movies of the 14 World t e s eresa. d,
At Greevill, 1s C
; a p hh rn eq Il.k tet,1PI betwom:" th w d litU ,oewTa w o '.. ... ieat. r.. L
...t SP ... -C i . yT'a ..$ M aoten. 010 00S 2-7 1 _1al NO w- York ants was ept -te f r,
10K Wol the a1)ce'n Indians are ItnsaerbaeI
'Cower, d l .0- et ne6r a ...-.b.e f .f ,.

(i4- -" '"V Ir6wr, y and Whiter a ailable, fre of mcet, any ltoeto refer to a bitch as oe of t br bck t
-" h ande club, league er Or a aten sn no's 1h" t he uldel Hores n .





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m'e Ltb) Kipper. Hwa Hapm-et f 6
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Last- l eLa I"e S ,w on-Tad Tebbt. s .e Ati Thouotaere tend n t I *r h.. 3 -- I oto t l n, eo
aW LLIA'.Stobat e ." n.Kansas City 010 140 100-7 14 3 made by contacting RandaU at .This does not mean that a "'
th-.-, h a.n1- pullvre the ball. enough to- ol-1 51aa a 2- 7o lit b unW call
a h .e The ostront at Possible tal ?n d t t ntIn the l na Dlatm ar. Tl aa (7)0 m0 d pictures are on '1 mg. S ma ni" Logically bemy do g V
orderaisn't27.2 worthadefnt rain cheek without beohen a rigot hand tsebd Shantz.300 ohe wicth sursn trac at e n ha In a ipHere 1 omewhEt fI nK1V
1 UR I d e th e defun ct -rain boll c e r No c ou dart that is to to Paerko Dhtm r wt hoa (l)ctnn mW..
a ss Pitching. eO, of the Alde tx.ouin buase-n power hitter n't do that, and Sner elud the e hilight of t e one H rtwo pbis d hae

i t h t r reach the semis In 'ihsatly hi 6 rH Pa -(3), iKo ilo 04 11 She hinfo iged of mh horrd
to d n ew and pen naun ts- is to keep the pac o Com is Y Pw ark, where -IC L (B8), l Serrd Wies. Rr TiT
veuslenl ernd At Chatamea Tens. GUN CVU*B wsntur
e e f c scori n p iru n s o r ve a G s am oNniaI e e e p at exaere a I als
fel ow roan J. hculty d t N. York (A) 201 100 4 1 13 1 N O T E S. 'j. ....names,
T'ust's C itn a V sd ken out all over with Cha-a' . POtg hit
me w (ol's)e n o0i0 -6 1i m re&en 1 r ou h o mer n wot.. ... eke s A0o A r 8. 1rew.h-. .
atIn o Sru a uell l yhi 1 ad rtenda man destruction A d aft.er. eight e a rn m igs in wh "k "p ---- arudk -Enrva
r thef uns abpoitch P rol d i sn pg flrp adv n ie organized in, hey re 0 11 (3) and Berra, CRISTOwAL n or an S. for 02 90 m3-t te
In ye a t un e ane w m anage B irdie T bbetts theh 'H e held tb c-bat back over td B e.C oj S n4 t, r-L o P 15) h at bo h, (4) M e-S
we W ON or face an a fq nie (T ) 010e,00 000- o ddlatb on close Vp o
rstsae pasuures'u u I eves alh odn- t qt atrp Worng the r. o
firtd v thewt.wa t .aney, o r pattenhd dabe lu mp.4 156,_ o.invered the ball, eglains Man.- in#_r ahl h T & ot r a o n r
,msy be w haS they e d m os t w as the w ay T he dore B ar- r M arion. "The ball w as pas t p a shoot aM e, hotte r to se d mo
b e f o r e Lre c o u l d g e t h. o b a oB r o o k l y n 4 5 0 0 0 00 1 0 1 0 1 3 0 m e nd0i
lua m -skI -c l 10" whuacked the bi ll. Re bilt 49 4iome runs hm before be could get . bat' r ok n 40 r1 ho tter b as .o o g ,
an d le th leo u a I are Hris tog s ta r WMilwaukee 300 001 211-8 13 1 est of ty g y t ha C nIt w l 1 i .th mselves so c n l
d 141 RDA and led the ta in both cAtor ie. Not.nce ground gut we o ow ato Wi n
mn basnl onelredr Odwel hit a greAd total ofluae-homers had Jah to hod the ba Just ii _NwmeP ndres7 e qa henyu oth t y tig
Of 101 f come t to the Old -rver Town. (And if you ma rke any of the o rede r, so that he doesn't areob, PI ord s ( 7 ), tehe bs i n o t. Y l__
itA dof the f actht te haru, nken d eunsion of t he parkdip te ore he swings. Witheabr (8), Lam orda. (9) and Walker. TRAP
didn'ttdoMr.elsewia anyharm,'ou're just an old memneP the n forward, he weo a.Itth Wilson as. ,().'Koelo (4. When informed of what Shorty '"
There welcollateral deronstratilons of might, although on hae a shorter ani4 more effective r dJay (8i, no d y Sellers replied
somewhat ls s violent note. Jim Groeenrass bit 27 homers and -tswing?', -to *, Windy erres" mouth and "Sn W 4 4t
o In 95 ru ; 0 us B ell hit 11 and drove in 101; W ally P ost G e rge K ell, on- le eo k n ro RdR -. Athew 2. a .- -oh., w r-y to m.
18 A 83iany other baseball centers there wo itrr -1 saanndn. tfrr to -rshoo It ot te W
Nothing unusual bout this display of power. o hisox talking point when r h e At Beaumont, Te.a wit him anytime, low man buy-id d rnvi long of ther eds w o d ro e andothe o ul easie, fo t h e _ thewesa..0 .tl nat er Wo Windy mae a i" "-."W.. s:
S It iis. p to a year ago the hadn't been discuss an improved attack. yer a pleesn t chap, has e Chicago (.) 00 020 000- 4 0 l th beer.
S"-eOn. oraotp Jel an Ptroam theO % 10 run ove and a torso Beaumont, '00r Sed I tue hat both 8 men wil
,pastures.. accord With, his gigantic fite. '(Taz.) 010 000 000-et of cs cpe tition
andeTappson'(')qu-we-uO Cwar-usvI'muET
To the nocen. t tander, me adpower woasa the lastures.. :,. '-Because of his power. Baer &I- O (3e t5i45b9 range at the re- r .-r
ways packs gallery. He is rot. Rush, Thorp (8) and Tappe, red.hoot on Apr .
Sthe Reds seemed to dned, s it wasi somewhat astonishing hec ast f6r aendous len h, al-e Mccullougha (81. Atkins, Ma Th; p rY I at on
hen the news broke they had traded their talented relief pitch- Pbtteeh 0 W00"2,
r, Frank th, tothe-St. Louis Cards or Ray Jablonskut he () and Tate, I to (7. April 17 w consist of 1o 16-
last e irons an pu ner. targets. To compete for the silver
*h Bayer has never lost a driving At High Point, N.C. trophies, shooters must be men-.
contest. His longest measured Washington 000 11 n500-8 -10 1 be of the A T. A. and Canal
St Ga d drive was made in the Tuacson Cincinnati 041 000 000-5 12 3 Zone Trapshooting association in
How th e Giants Did It 'pwn at wter-4S yards od standing.
-,A baseba1 writer, who had majored in advanced math, ln a dried-out ,frway. He won Stobbs, McDerm6tt (7), Ras . r. smda
wer, had mhore f n aaned ath, a driving contest at Las Vegas (9) and Korcheck. Acker Col- the regul monthly shoot held....e
-. .te l t between them thems five had mc- With 348 yacds on the fly. In a lum (7). PodbIelaA..,8) aid 13LW on the first Sunday of April:
as year, nd, of course-yeu know whatd pracdtiee round before the St. ley. WP Stobbs. LP .- Cb-
were Promptly labeled Rlnb Tow". wteteraburg Open. he drove the lu. HR Bailey, Post, Jablon- T R A P
irep t.nmat virulent ninth greene-360 yards." The ball sk, Yost, Sievers, Vernon. (5 targets)
In withe league ls e -but eve if they ahlt two yards short, kicked on Windy Sellers 45
thin aS far A& winning the pennant, or even and be-two-putted for a birdie. At Atlanta, Ga. W. Johnston 45 8 o
couUnt*n PIn POnlnsth pIsn't a decisive That came after George Bayer etroit 410 00& l02-13 14 -0 L. Carr 432."
c n e pewr--te l decsiv r ooad driven the 358-yard eig h t h tanta (Sou.) 000 400 000-4 8 3 ftOrtY Scheixnayder $
4.- hole for another birdie. Gromek. Cristante (7) and Joe Kueter 28
ad 720 runs last year, only three fewer than the "opse Wilson (7,). SuMo. Crar- X K E T
h n Yet they finished fifth, 3" a back. arke (6), C arm w w5) (8) and (Or-ta"es) 4K G9.
und ye iuminath since they mek. LP Hines. Art Sutton as


h ut Txan is now A~g nil i tai cnisijtr Ret hnws"umrTan" at 6-to-1 A*A aserwI8b x S tPa
favorite at -.o. of witr wines wn Baleatore..
yve a float of char- vengal act in Daltimore, It and what was his record? -, "Boston Doge" at 10-ow-1. w ia
Paul a he t was be Chaer curtin. C- smwe 46 1eI e i
W't~I*. I-benerot the Whiln Box still -
touh'ideAlong this line that General Man- A. That Wa in 1551, when he T R A C K aA 40. 4".n
da.. Gerry ager Lane bid for Geu Wood- hit OW S"."& tod Plow A before No
~a~i'W~i bthesdonto ax- un of the Orioles. lb"ee fnhs. as"
spells deaperatlon. the now rotund V I Ckalpm4s 3Pt t ,r the e- .
Truck throws another is&. A..
IM a few tive year at 3s, the ox i kSic _we.. .
Up -%. the Cards &S a thrum -
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ichigan Du orats, piling up T1 PaANAA., P., T UESDA, A L 5 1 n Na
t va rt a 2-1 I Airgin in Detr
ra be1d slo0t-widening leads ..
MUichlgan's important -spring elec
plons today.
5t ,ne opflthe cou nt.ot o e r w eep s y o m in
breaks left a contests in doubt
th i mret Lhan third of the

an "teDutt Storm Chokes Southwest
per cent effetef vote in the Out "-.. ...

stroit and yne Country where'
Sphere s a Biravy labor vote. CHICAGO, April 5 (UP)-Snow e worst spring nwtostm that reached from Texas to the York 51; Washington 8; Miami ..
Ao hlofte.entqr ,hM R.
; About half of the precincts re- that piled un more than 38 inches in 20 year left New Etind Pakotas 8a Detroit 51. MiTwaukee 41; Mi TBAII DERLD The Pacemaker, crack Ne faik/Co
7. srer
rting by early today where front ,nd til w falling last n igh t allowing in the white f. Color do farmers feared they neapolis 52 Chicago 54; St. Louis wreckage after t crashed into a landslide and -
etroit and the other half from isolated blizzard swept Wyoming e ai storm marooned skiers in were fflshed" by the latest in 65; Fort Worth 62; Sa Francias. five people were itjuMd. The engine (extreme l
t.t.ate. I and Monta areas while in Iowa .a nnecticut and scores of autos a series of, dusters that have rip. to 60, ana Los Angeles 6. anger cars are tt-pe4 on their aides. In the b rount a
ocrat.i appeared likely to tornado'hit two farms. w e abandoned when motorists ped up- and carried away the
u u by a .rrw mari the i us ed for shelter in motels and precious top soil.
plete Detroit and outstate ert i onrco private homs., pe we kopck The .ut storm also touched
S*pweeitaats held up. But it op-traPPed ...M' -otorists-g t c out in 12 o iefiN 'tdws owa with winds of .68 miles ant
tred elediin mlht go rescuers backed a path to -h*m and in three Massachusetts com. hour.
Sto the. wire before it waRb with shovels and snowpa inunities. At Ctrinda Iowa, a departments
ede. in WycmIng Dust laden winds continued to ore root was carried away and
SBoth parties had made It a Late yesterday eight motorists blow in parts of the Southwest af- n dair wall knocked down.
rctl democratic versus Repub were re hei by highway depart- er a massive dust stormda
ir in the biennial elec- 'ent c ws, but two men miing e W erased howexperes an d
u or minpr state offices. The still wdote un.lerported. Another.mo-ror Msissilp
Swits billed as the." first state- first tuned p safely after .berandT en.esvalleys
h sh st November. she worst -sno ene Rat fell tonrday over most of thea
Demnocrats swept Michigan for round Sherida. Wyoming, wr isauuii Valley It was ril




yer aodt .m . ByCnamecaanal Copa-government
.w Merr dca deo Me sa w 31a The o W 'tra Ilonad f b r o r ator a benag en en
tefi sifeira huge turno into western ppons of NS i their employ. e individuals in
D-Teyratic announced chr. and bout4 Pahoahi Sundl and rafdei7 orbelow whom theySo he
rat trytown& ring k TheIstormay.Represe most conide eitgempible to compete foH re
SGOP snow was t ainonomination from Canal Zone in
n ay o6 er-olda dRefrer, M ta v entaas h Junito, orom Manaseet.
K te rtat ao few month, a Blowing and drifting Fnow, driv- Washin ton. D.CH from Sept. 12,
but broke with the p t yn by mil an hour. wis move to Jn.; 1956. Six permanent employes, four
for ia ii ug between crime ed into nwethweuINIoraskaoThree iofewhomywereihdreidnlth
e I. oignawys .w e re boke~td ald Nominations of candidates for of whom were hired in the
op. ntaisRchea officials said visibility was "prac- the written qualifying examine P, joined the Casal organe-
Richard J tcally ero." Uton must be forwarded to the n during the last two weeks
a a veteran office-holder In South Diota he snow reach Personnel Director's, Office by m nt according to informa-
the powerful Cook d as deep as 16.8 inches and Friday, Aril 29. ton from the Peronnel Bureu.
butbrkewiher t y. nnd
eo.y h more came down. The written examination will One of the four employee hired
e'opected .vote ranged from -- be administered locally by the nhe States not only worked be-
toc.1 A0,OQO or h ayer I wa c the rbar of United Staate.s Civn fore with the Canal organiatlon
oppoete aes haric core od .8e crern denas wl tbe Waabhoffaeicoher Cc Bl althn s t h _tw a
.A 1 a ve ean hoiehld InS oth fr om the r list of candidates who m e cb nical goeerI In gon .na- d
oveadsom therfuepCoograd asmdebe a smade hiinc hsesAames C. Friday, Apri A llore Cranefr wts soeronelu-au

Into a major let.o.. To be eligible for nominatHion hts. I. ._.u shle nowwe lp a a reopRicIwe $ e .g
y tAthecandidatesmusthaveanther ormer employee was e re rwer. r
in the 0's, laterm a-ke g .I.. ail Imum of two years of successful ire d locally. He is Leonard C. .. oo"ing at a newspaper photograph o the P/tA Lady Ican ,Cncr ociety.he
morewcamedow... .hework experience in the Federal op rar w h anti oc.
Ba tr. eaeet MOCOW.', Apil 5 (UP) g eov p ean, ~ h ei rd- SWatt wo f rom-O a.15 on t- -
er trend Georg le v, demted. or general intellence, an ability to Watt worke from 11 until ,
the vote. a unorue e m Premier ofr Soviet Russia, organs and work eff ove- 1953 with the Locks Division.
ve .bn arose -y a turned up in'puhlic here yester- ly with others, a sense of pur- .Other new_ emp .oyos, their m M
SitteresMht for the m- day, asle neg rumors which een- pose regarding career oals, and birthplaces oanIA are .as
tI, a Dn 01.wcaicttlnq a c educaredr r, thn s 0"ry e monte nve ition l' At om ic 'A rni
,,air i r' e Ia Dteured o his recent absence from an intere st in public service as follows.: Dr. Per artwe ll ,
woult ires. dental officer, olo, ealth
yoe a The e cy one-time heir to The training will consist of Bureau; wJames .i. rice, Mc-
re** lca"ag Stal .dWA.th oertop orientation, progressive work as- Keesport, Pa., electronic me- I I"
.. .' eaDrallv __ovieq. wtrSs a er. d en tgrouSO di-ussioh ace:. se anic, l ectriaalm p on; Shr Wi In arti
a televia in appel Uleratialen f H i erh&om C l4ralsals wh wifl lude co n rse Hea th Burea; eatfe
Tuo bei workie or aiodlapb dVBureau;
h e rascals uuto Nial- 4 :W War II. ferences with the program staff L. H.nlen, Wa ngt D. C. wl
emnseiad bJ pointing to Also e.ent .We Soviet Pre. and agency arvior ( clerk -typist, Personnel hareau. ,WASHINGON, April 5 (UP) rary Chles R. Wis and future. Re said twoed asd
sa en atu--e tame mier Nal a l ui y n Cot y-_ year n the candidate chos- .ls Adam. Arthur w. adford, chair- s me 20 other military ais ,0q.man goa. for. .a
elto, tate Gve.Ai _. art evreoary on from the Canal Zone to ar .,man of the Joint Chiefs of staff ~' v g his full su ort to rl- forces can be maintained
a, ,d Cook County .a -ru- v-.- ww tirelpate in the anth Junror KIdI0 -.N I said yesterday atomic-hydro S e hw 'i.s P an to Ct the long, as the Communast
MSoscow speoas tiroP) UDeewoc- uM1a. . ,,d orats have bieen c r1 tlay be 10, .
t. l emplygy! who age nS 1 pertrtroam ,,t reud. -- .wha ve (e so, sy "eti. ",eve our hea4,>'
tLp e pot c nowi waki niAstePr-. o, rpo- l yh ,o,..0I, 1 .thry ^peerm.t rn redue-lt not qih a"s8 ,.s adon event 1 o e


d doa r Gis -ib 8e3-and the ral Man- ChineA C8mIUInJeis VA O I fl an fomer .10 s..bM : .c..w it."h shae duhdouM mari ,arsed .f te-
To mb. a ;2 ..asadPour. e e The broted a ia.s'clph" tor -s Tt rd- oi-ned Defense See tar hout- g an schobos. ai gdi.t.'r. d
m--- of mot coutpesu ew 0e Anselo Vanetti is f,, boarri.ve 25.0_0 a .le the suhco.m..t n s **Ou, a res"
.April 5 (UP) (1 lomntlelationa u. tonight on board the Americo Worst Of NC's l.um ha devel&oop. f, e.D
us nearby ArliMg- wit t Ri ftang were neral row ple waid t e Itateti g wita' .da. mren erai bs been athat mtMh
b-pped In to pro- p rr e mith dng several West-r,,oit usa.- ...... ........ .... .. D__ 1a pro. -. hsbetDihe t
benaof home to abI- er ers.a Roosev elt.. FreSt iorhesS a teso fu-O oA. rnmaw wars" wio yert-es
Srear t th dor Charl, Boh TKYO, Aprl (UP) The The statue w. complete the w . t.on .e ommmst world and
p,,'k wCIoldier r-n. -w 6e ,Ti an hi"v atl Chinese Communist party dris Tocumnen Hisy p~iSw:- ThreatS-. 1d,, [ ta.,re fored .n atte reaeb a "atomieo
aroig enttero dit d not aten Weten to h two top leaders who attempted tr,. who abscondet t ar eAfns ea se a csor
u quarters h1 en Wre far, n v o th saf- ,, control e d v- whch were raised here through FAIRPIELD, ,., prl! not e o Wilson d.-
n boast a new rment headed bY Ma se- pub donations. The unvelin (P) The wost forest fire in bu e .tM pere n a e te hear
D o , t , .. J r ., S J h
facilities, a .tie. will be April 12. North Carolina history sw "to in a the SdpincraoB
TEAccordn a odct b Vanetti redesigned i ward this -ake M dm but
S uP"ard wpaks en g ..Pepl oang, r ebt ,pument, whioh -U new uit1 "l nhwsk startinJul 1
S g uard walkSt i eIt4 e ra, w boa0oisr.t and o ea the former p(sesi- 01 trobpa and marines
lU hand fora ti m :e T.m ' comrade-in- ams was dentitaig dow". battled halt it. l r Roer B4
axed eebrhawodkfortued -A llow ..w e,
iaWe :2 "m. a p.m purged and then eitwed The bronze statue, W rie Is The blame, which has raked -
t.- a icide." almost ten feet hth uill bear some 250,000 aHresdy of umber the other Witne -
ii Pjburged with Kao was Jao Shu the inscription "Tne l ai since it started Tuesday, jumPd fort lvota d most of ais utie
Sih, another,veteran Commun- Delano Rooseve-l anans the Atlantic tracostal wyt'- d- the unpower cu.e
tleerov.z w lel t .n pogle," aOf -w.Vtod,.p--ea raedto ith-lanation has takhen.a.te omuist.-
codimisaar the ~ lsed t -lh '. tin .0 -sa Si of the v hllaes of sd t. advat a e" of stle- -
China m-ilCt-ry district. The Rotary Club itee Scrantone and. Poaner before tfle... tcmfolog cal develop.h -. o,
This pair, snpd seven other Idrive to complete t urnngt east toward Fairfield. mI- De to g along with fewer -.
men, wer aclsed by the. Cohn- and defrayed cost a "It's- the irgeut fire We've ever m& .'
munt Pat al complitte tion of the st eonhad," said ahetaent state for- e e ched a state where
of "shameleascit" in forming tto Panama aS wel 4a,t~ Dees- rster Paul Tllman in Balelh* atofti .: are now conne.
an "anti-p lance" in at sary tallation '0t's the most dangerous con- tunl and other use is being s.my b"h
attempt to ac control of the The lte president ese A. Re- dion we've ever had and it's .eated into our strategy an t .-
party and the government. mon was alpo luetrusmstal In in the worst from a fire- tac" be said. onti
"Kac -ang net only did not gting the nationa goveament fighting 5ia nt." He told the senators no .
admitt isle ad a etral to *.eahy all Sne.T 1. I that a yet there knows how ion tonthei Comm -. t
FscommCittee Cm ime ila &ila-tan tporth os dyeaetthreait wills continue. As an
-the pulge ot al i n the blae he sai, the United States
ul.timattP e heta a d ohe r snel finsIn located in eyde lay down a military program
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THE LITTLE BLUE DUCK ".. Story By WALT SCOTT
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