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The Panama American
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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]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00705
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YEAH. N.WAVANvn 11550 o4.00o By VICTOR RISEL
YOOUR FORUM THE READERS OWN CMOLmi' Eighty year old Sewell Avery,
ohead ofe billion-dollar Montg- hd +S
mnery Ward mail order manse, al- .II
LE I MeO V ways moves with the times. Back
I the las hours of the Nineteenth
Centur he introduced the firstOr)
I'. 1'" w.'- - bItatub to Alabaster. Mich., where.
S The Mel Box Isa n open forum for readers of The Panama Americea. he then live
aes are received gratefully and are handled Ia wholly confidential Late last week, Avery was the .
first to recognize the real impact
yoe contribute a latter don't be impatient It it doesn't appear in of a union buying voting stock in
M nder. Ltm are published in the order received. a corporation and thus making it- .o u o
try to keep the letters limited to onre pes length. self a nower influencing manage. -
Idettity of letter writers Is held in strictest confidence. met. -
lhi. nmewspper assume, no responsibility for statements es epiMdem Avery, who once defied the U.S. h he h
n ltie letters Iro m readers. Army when he refused during the r S
o war to sign up with a. CIO union .
despite a War Labor Board or-
DECEPTIVE BLOW der, surrendered to Dave eck
and Jim Hoffa, leaders of the AFL -4 r
A lot of things has happened since I wrote my last letter. I Teamsters Brotherhood because
having troubles. Not exter serious. Jist the regular and of the union and many labor peopled t
everyday, run of the mill normal troubles but mine git sorta held thousand s of shares of MOnt- ,
erivated an complicated. But not serious. No nothing like gomery Ward voting stock. e
. .These shares-probably 1,000,000
What happened was I had to go ba 4 6 w J: Ajr p all--might be the balance of
ha were a comes from to heip out my h Tis Wti WS wer Avery's fight with f ian
ut in jail on suspicion of shooting a cattle rustlteral yer tra tion mauate-sai pbuisld, h l utto o d
collector by mistake. But the tax collector o. a throw r-construction co tractor -borer ylair ad u
Stfley dropped the charges but not elore. l go e h ina. of underwater vecular tunnels la o
worst freeze South Arkansas had in forty years. Louis Wolfson. t he nPowell s were
After I got over that I went to New York to .i eoq t1 boat Rather than take a chance on .. sured t r o. al
while walking up the street I fell in a manhole watching a sing the management of the na-. b elt rid of l i did
Nder cleaner. Me, not tne manhole m that is an broke a leg in tion's second biggest mail order *Ip..-. ....*t eaas oi
o places. Wl eu lI got out of the hospital I was tole ati the house, Sewel. Avey.sared 15,O e hor. se inclair did not e
hp office tat the return trip woul4L oi, o t he W at ed Montsomery Ward e4poyes wit rth as n mre,
amahp I h u h I nnas -nd oil then had o
Saednee "fienployes wkas now gettim so jo lw i tn on h the teamste:s unions without aa re nd
-m t of a n~e~ tpaused by congress. h. n fight,- We tp t Ck D
was shore -RZd to hear that but I tole thenm'I eoldnt at- A simple beriet of phone calls- or since," testified Mrs. Powel
etu under e rned the trick nd avoided wht "We tripled the tock nd
Now that Im back it looks lked IT gonna halta catch up on ae a bcore ef cities across nenesa
y readin especially the Personal Brewery circulars which ex- the land On Wedfnhsharoeresday mori.g Nonemoth
the fre ns ttin e transportation for employee, and the back copies John Barr, erery o the tee
this here paper to bee what happened since ',bln away. mail order onetse rhePlessw lair cancel
The first newspaper I picked up which was Fridays I seen Dave Beck whose union was plan- ""iee Powenlh.at
advertilsement on a new kindtofeswim sua t fer wimmen which ing -to strike the firm. lta *e- n Br eve town.
my mind often the news. Donts you bleve there aInt noth- gher asked Bek to me to le E Iblv l i o- -
Snew under the sun. There is. Chioeago and close the contract. R.- i efI I n' I iTANDARD OILCRACMDOWN
This here swim suit as Illustrated. Is shore new. Yesiree an n A weaker Man 1Would have fallen s
hty interestIl n two an full of osslbilritle.. The pitchers show off his chair There. was' some o thaeratogas. doae" .ad
purty young girl gittin into this here strapless swimmin suit, diseusion of the contract and the y n on RUA. gf au s tr ae
h in. pull out m tube, blow herself up to the'lze she wants, Montgromery Ward securities held committee a -gar cCoaic:
the valve,s atli the advertisement says. -"anti you're set." bv the teamsters and how- they r- t w he s
Course it doit say what she is all set fer, but whatever it is might be voted in the final proxy t L DO A- h of re 1 he nd Wold r a oItandaras Oilo I oin
dont look honest or safe either. The atl sa l s awimnt n count come Apr. 231 e a aLONDONr A sigh of relief, so England today, I believe, slef ten wh ouh eery, 1953. a -o e t
Slight air cau air" an it heve' ci'E heavyy oeek then telephoned his ninth deep it was almost a groan, met anxious to take par in anther eriea imn the 4actu. Horton tested tat' Sth
Bututlo metThead s awaheb eradnkenvpreside t a nes th. H pa, was i ven howAe.culad imer fight than ao of n mo e t hwe aleE _. -I e wh r -a Au vert a d n u ad r
t s helogg d asni neverecauseitis em baa'o aw m er t
to whom an nWcauseasentw said there were some parts etl inediate war in the Far national save Franeo. he hatust ar s lber tero- b.;iflsh laul Ross, a Stadard, Uqe
T e lu pt t te r e arkyfimpthest airfl owerc. 23 109 :
The best part the ad Is where It say s, teow you can have .ce contract that nt believed zt itto thl British people have tottered back from the strains l nt rely reaso za b iw ,"be- ,oB Oct. 23, p h:
S e ue als e r company would not sign, but been reading and listening to the posed by the shelacking she took cause there was little r e Aget Ros "The lt t
have the lovely curves you've naturally always wanted." IIt did, the teamsters' 14,0001n most dreary portents of a fresh in the second World War, ando in Korea, except on t part- was h~eou promise ed
a tman d ean ta o he ta eres would o to Avery and the Korea. thm e additional walloping in men o the men who fought it and theweren't oing tobuy tt
wurrentae n lymentoagainst Wolf- Before the 'newspaper strike ;.pd money she suffered in Korea. hmilies who mourned the absent son tire changers and when I con
7'o swhat a gal has always wo nt maSenent killed the London papers, so much It is c'ting her a packet, in men ctd dead. Korea was not exact7 l Dick I iiad th Ae derson chang
Natural to me. The ad says the bI eru Thursday mo Aer the ag space was given to speculation of andad oney---- to wage a tiny little pplar eitherI, an America tha and in usedand your d
she w ,from A. A B. C In re oAmerica's kicking off a new war var in K aa instthe Mau just come. some from a wiptgelull of Tre at
kmv choie Matn. can I pleasl'e Onssat .twemWth Red China that they were Mau as *ell. andher taxes are d wasbe n- bu ldo. ..
1h. ea Il under false colors i t. Later stories. They were calling the shots things sta'i.w .cI, x.v-il
nr pretentlonq on dmenti. dON-Iand naming the day of te month "":-ff (d:."n 2.t.I t
uo sours I Joth Ba th he eco o whea the Yanks would feel moved The britls itsh. m'1 idtbefor w it boveir't er d s ta .
er his head an be couldst swim, them b : would len"signed.Of 7 r or tholdfastton oQuemoy and the are beginning to live like peoplem.,M4an in .'u AVONCyber
in to hang on to. shares -be,. &tsus, thereby forcing a fresh ainr -thin slaves of-aEa yP intl
bIoret .* o be dtwqw first. 'very'sp I*the an littlee war" that could breed toe sate, aod e are find new
ns -big, eventual one. cars at olPM'
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eare4 bere-that a uddeI burnt1 6
letter the ot se W lof hoasl ty in the East would di. tion saIs
lo e ev. t.get cogenm o l reral electons, sup- now you asn anti at Is be- i. i' i
l- n'. '.1 Ft. ltmanychoieebe.ause pthe v e w gneeve a o mmon p y to be held in May, which fruit stall vable,!L atI
red-be"s`e a ny thing com orhapwe dethatHfftdieteam-the Toris figure tTeao be a ei th for3
ry are ienhe I They are herotecton rters an manyof It officials were tir sie. T accompanying ear This new enjoyat of create They also fee. that Esenhower
wl a. pe oe wo w. ey a close o Wpton and his staff, was that a sudden emergency comfort-of hoea uildnshwt an increasingly firm o ouve got to Vhat
In ale Department said that it expeue ere irect liks and many would have kept Sir. Winston at less fighting t# gej ah pea- Iadeahof his nation, and em- ot f the
m the airtDp, I am inclined to aea with, tli.-.- e conversation between the Wolfson o helm, out of popular sent- at lngs as coffee and cigarettes ploying in that leadership a steady, "What I buy
ethe airterhp I am buclinld to agerh wdlthrthte. in e ople, the teamsters and other nt, if nothing else. and te mnd beer and eggs--has bred some nonhysterical ontro l of the world. ,b'"
W nevr have been built there hadit ever been In- e ple, P a o .'rank opinion was that the old thing akin to horror in a contem. And the British aren't alone. At Ross "Oh, no. it isn't."
AsoIet'e"ons thder trin and planning. .w xecuve haro p een taken on by getleman wasn't -up to shipper, plat on of a new war. Speculation least one Yank in London feels Horton "Do you mean to tau
a o movng the airstripnd ou are ust taing the Wolplannng. on forces to promote g another war, even a little one the press has been pointed atithe same. me that I'm paying $175 plu one-
i Tu alk of moving the airstripjou are just talking r.e Wo-fonfoces to--ro-----* eighth of one cent a gallon a month
Smn way itself and not of the many supporting activities 'or into buying Montgomery Ward ret what I buy lat m -
.go. to make up the entire air base, and which must be stock sc it cod be cast for Wolf. e nt, ad wat I buy isn't
Sdauso to keep the base operating. Not to mention the thoa- son. He haaigreed to give labor a ee c1nSeW VAieaw d ght."
of men and f~t as well as milleo a n equ prevailing wages and
>weh woul e to be move t fd. es o pevns n tJ Nwcylo t NO Rx ESTONE
s y t this u oinabor opposition to t Pe y .... .o n l NO psRioWNEI
Wt Petsay ti tispoint,eyea, ihad 1me 1r2 oneTomly I By Peter; EU m
Force one. I just hate to hear t e PanCanal pe ~ WoUn ad come from one Tom During a water visit Hortontest-
the time about the way they are d criminated against Bsa leader of the cam n Nh d en. N.J. & t f s t tad Oao
w do not like it down here Ill they have to do Ia pack boilermakers U an 'a be Who id d that Standaot rusin
aand go back to there ttes. Thelisa one advantage down heavy propaa barrages WASHINGTON (NEA) fulale military moblization at could e made ere the end of pre tone. e the to .
S and bak otfel 8td.T n e dvan e ..as the financier. Saul's peo-t s look t we" "e Cosgthe wldhaeo b- toy
I er l cl i the e o o there look at the "New Look' in all es. That would in evolve an-.the resent rt r r A Ross--"Pe edone
are looking for a solution to you school, since the De- worked ned by i Wol S. defense planning is o be nual defense budgets of $50 billion. M lipropriallons are ow t do for you."v e
ent wil not move the field then why does not the building Co., ut ut ng dertaken b the Joint Chefs $ out billion, or a e more with cor. usually the last to D lear Congress. ryou In eey aIt
Company think about moving the schl? Certainly e eraer. uon part of tin the Pentagon. espondn high txs. I fhting breaks out in the orientan to t
om ntnmvghtesar oe i acro- wo= the litd I'wta. tdsak
east money. The company should have the money to por o, .oWard. This was the American military leaders, a Ce re boCudget was there- wa next 20 to t0 days, asked so5, Iad I was, to
move he prices they chargeJQaL ..th ~g. Alo aber sup ort Avery had faced with the possibilit o 'st n15 w fore cut dowu in the.name of eco deficiency requests are almost get ta your sati eded
,a the. sitegwhere the LaBasodb ut -are& Ia be switch.Thee th need Idn
ra sights that could be u or the school. suddy came the b r in the Orient between. Red nomy to what the country could certain, coat of palat--so, e t' e t -
e the. aite where the La Boca housing area is be- switch. The management needed5 China and Nationalist Chlstssovr bear athout hardship. The basic new.(lgok economies boy to. move that Presoae lIt
own. Finally that is, after it was left without "any the stock held by the Teamsters- atsu and Quemoy Islands. If this It waH recognized that American In military spending on which the back roea."
for years and almost fell down. l ed fighting is extended to Communaist military forces wer overexteded Congress would have to build are Sorn i- "Do yOU muan to 18
16uld be much less involv and elve to build the anWhat' vitalere i to see th attacks on Frmosa, Amerlean in. and overdeployed. With the end of taese: that 1 can't sell prestos or avn

There- b o e th Put iins siothespactIsInvoked. for a. total of five, hon for the fiscal year ending cat sil, but if you dont co0p-
--. A Middle Answer to Prenviou z ast can bargain l ih one saide or th s deelpment would Th r five di in June 30 a nd 1.5 tor the aus e t
Anawtr to 7 -lom -Tlher at strat egic uomnats, down a dinU of "we *tolsyw-" rmp. oe aw000 an d nine ut n oxt fiscal Vear. T ioul. t yu So. i you ot
a1ve, frchaeo4tons of thousands hewer administration's New Look ple0019r m The w if k olvd g arzen
WOWNldi Mob e ry Ward defense policies. c ate wll be ato ution'a.1K argled forces from
1W -, "DWvote stockbefore the Apr. 22 by onsliussa an .i i o nm InS ID4 .GLANCES -
S-Classifesreea e. Dave Beck's national It is now Deing argued, obewver U'toa Is. to 2.9 MiR b yJune 30, 1955.
Oll eadder treasury alone now has $28,M,- that this New Look of le, was is t l thatalv andJ. 3.mIM ye. oteuylater.

S ahd Beck or Hotfa really wanted p'ained by Adm Arthur W. Red gant s a delt 000 to
tv dive into the Montgomery Ward ford, chairman of the Joint C al, st any sgressihs. pla ets- for 7t
le situation. they could have turned A 10-to-20 .r d even. a & yr w I "Ierent In an.this New Look Air Force, heavy and arine I
M many of these securities into iontnuing cold war ofI gl t however, has the nexrt Jae was ce
l existed I Puue "Mn 'stock. Avery was the first against further Communist fa ie that the assume d as not
6 4 tenrmers 2 Harvested 40 Consumed to rea what many corporation 1an was foreseen. In this la continue cold war I A confift
S.their ownm T Lamprys 4 Measure of executives soon wl-and e iade was considered posble t alidld be re revealed w is th o t f ( r
--s 2BAncient Irish land hi peace after 60 Oyears of WW" might be no World War NWI, I" VieW"-dI-fl Staff whn Gen. Matthew B.
w Couch capital 44*Fly aloft Sno Wa' only 1ie engagements. s no w way. way, Army Chied Al rtaff, dise lq t
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S al 33 Dambuilder 4 Hatng devi Forthis long haul, itw .al i It hlf0 tal W. lobiisa to CoUgresNal comitteed tih
dillnoita 3NDam1wbauder 41Hsinh lated that the United Wt a. ed h a we .o. e Wa ,opoaed to- reduction
ktHinte 3oAgl haS tucZrd noed A cren.standt ore largefi & Ne ok A gra Fores,. a nrp
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Kile Pere and.
Orchestra" hav l
by Club Alt
music at theo
during the club ng
The area provides facilities
far swimming, fishing, canoeS
Ing and all sorts of picnic
Tickets for picknickm's who
will leave from te Pacific side
are h3 rou trl2Wp'f t
for children. 'Ttfl t mpo

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in sorr ) t2 .!b
b hempeed4 orhwae d .Ut*
Oousv- complained about our?

qudta to meet and that they wer
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At.it ank MonasUry, OktuChee, Wis., future priests from St. Frnot. ,
S9ry 0 Milwaaoee;, 1mke their own chalices under the directlon of
aFt perRo Jelliffe, B O Ot, The name of the studio suggested the eoe
Der" 'i od .iural at q e-- the conversion of St. Paul. Father Robe t,

Caribbean Girls State

Biing Held At Ft. Gulick ,


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opened FridaY
rt Quiick with a
resm to this year's
bills Griffon. (cI
a of Girls State.
r for the mornm
was Maj. Gem.r
abovee. Cow)-
rof TuSARCA-

ly for te .occiaon by
W4 Apel. -
.. peak. r ta the
sa Major Robert
a United States Army
Wh& tpeka p a "Bettnr
o rost fittinn aub-
Xf girls who are lere
State rogran to
s about good citizen-
am luneli, Frandf Sol-
ie dWee of Geseral
4th the Panama Canal,
bhe.-o anttals of parlIa-
afternoon of the first
.rd BDWkma,. Assis-
tMW. feetor of e
Sw n. the. girls
the winhed rec-
M -W. M. rUan gRave
| Mjg the ears
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to office. State Judge from 1954.
Patricia Quind, swore the follow-
Ing girls into office: Diane Sta-
ples, Attorney general; Ginger
Mann, Secretary of State; Paula
Sullivan, Lt. Governor. The top
honor of Girls State went to Ma-
ry Curtis, of Panama City, who
was installed as Governor of the
1955 session.

BesoBn Would Trade

ia urtain

Agriqulture Secretary Ezra T.
Benson said today he favors bar-
tering farm surpluses to Iron
trtain countries.for strategic
materls in conformity with
"th old .Yankee trading spirit."
The secretary outlined his
views at a news conference as
hitherto secret congressional
testimony disclosed hat the
State Department takes-a simi-
lar stand on trade of surplus
Benson smid. however, an an-
nounemnent of U.S. policy to-
ward trade with Dron Curtain
countries is being delayed pend-
ing conferences with other free

The stattWDepartment's posl-
wa. explained by AssLstant
Sreta Saymuel C. Wauqh at
a seeretr so of a House ap-
priloBs SubeomDmittee Feb. 9.
The co a made public to-
dSpori ed enson -if he
'favor surplus farm
prt Russia and the
s6ehange. or strat-
".P*tra .@my thinklnx Is in
with old Yankee trad-
tg 4 hrt, t Benson answered.
Trade with anyone, anywhere,
aiyqme-4E you hNve a surplus
to trae l it's to your advan-
4 : S1id rllM o dollars
of through barter.

Smonth. He ex-ow
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. about a con version in reglotl. art. Donald. l rcik (right) has wrapped
[kerchief around his hand to alleviate the sting 6f hammering. (NC Features)

CATS MEOW-"Squeeky," the cat, has gone modern. At least,
his home has. The up-to-date style of his new home matches
the architecture of his masters' home, background, in Lake
Charles, La. Mr. and. Mrs. Roger White, shown above, are
Squeeky's owners.

* A new ITALIAN specialty vegetally based,
integrated with Vitamin "K," an anti-
hemorrhagic agent.
* Eliminates painful attacks in a short time -
removes congestion -- FREES FROM DISTRESS.


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RRPiJ g Eorest Fire

S*s Down After

Encircling Village
8WANQUARTER, N.C.. April 6
(UP)"- Hard-pressed firefight-
ers halted a huge 250,000-acre
forest fire along a canal today
apd'battled with axes and shov-
els to save two tiny fishing vil-
lges almost encircled by flames.
With the monster blaze-be-
lieved to be the largest in recent
Southern history-checked, at
least temporary, the scores of
tate' forest, rangers, volunteers,
Cdast Guardsmen and Army and
Marifti personnel fighting the
flames moved in heavy equip-
ment to hold the line.
A change in the wind direc-
tion slowed down the fire today
but ranger Archie Berry. said. a
forecast of fresh, changeable
winds made the situation "very
dangerous and uncertain.*
The ravaging blaze has roared
for six days in one of thelargest
wilderness tracts of the eastern
United states, the peat bogs and
scrub forests stretching across
the peninsula between Pamlico
and Albemarle sounds.
ThQugh not the costliest fire,
the flames have .swept over so
much scrub and grassland that
bhe -blaze ,may-.be the largest in
terms ot 1 reage In recent years
in the South.
State forestry officials de-
clared a "major emergency"
Monday when the fire, whilpdd
out of control by high winds,
vaulted the intra-coastal water-
way and threatened a-number
of small villages.
Early today volunteers risk ed
the danger of entrapment to
chop out fire lanes that checked
tentacles of the main blaze
reaching toward the villages of
Rose Bav and Ponzer, about
eight miles northwest of here.
At least two barns and small-
nation's top young farmers will
gather here June 1-3 for the first
annual outstanding young farmers
award program. The program is
ro-sponsored nationally by the
Junior Chamber of Commerce and
the American Petroleum Institute.
Four winners wil be announced
at an awards banquet June 2.

Sotbuildngwee destroyed,
bat the flta tM I reeah any
Ihpmssr We ra lNr~tit)arlei -"re
Farther north, the huge fire
:sil raged out of control in the
virtually ''- scrub for-
et4, boga M .e s of the
deblate Lake Mattamuskeet
country. As it swept south MWnn-
day night a dragge canal be-
came' a barrit,, A *d near the
canal, about three mile from
Lake Mattamnskeet to U.S. 264
became the front. As the wind
changed, the fire red pt cross
the canal. Patches of- fire that
broke out south of the canal
were beaten out by firefighters
SwIo worked all night in near-
Irbezinx weather.



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We are very pleased o announce that the ukew T1ft-
phone Direio.y for 1955 is now ready for deer- ls
and we will start delivering this to your home or-'
fice on April 11. Please have your 1954 Direet
at hand in order to exchange this for your new editd-'-
of 1955.
If after April 25th you have not received your newa.
Di eibOry and your telephone number beinsh wI!
"p" please call at the Fuerza y Luz Office Balldlha "
CemUal AveawM 105. if the first digit is "S'"eal at
-Brnch Office. Samuel Lewis Street, near the
Sauntua4o Nmeioal.de4 Coraz6n de Maria, for
copy of the 1955 Directory.
Additionalswepl of the 1955 Tdelphone
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"She should be punished for setting your halr w*hie you
were napping---but it is quite an improvement!"
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TL 1a labor contract "to get 13,500
lomer Wvotes." Wolfbon referred to the
company's new contract wIh he
Hear AFL Teamsters' Union, which
rsowns 13,500 share of its stock
and ha8 pledged them to Avery's
S Iolfson Campaign support.
Wolfson said' he has sent te!e-
s .....T.i rIgrams to the company's direc-
S ASHINGTON, April 6 (UP erT a. warning them he will hold
S than 600 Motgo.m I y them personally responsible for
,.t-rd and Co. stockholders filM any lonr-term commitments ty
t hotel ballroom here Io(lay toany o erm commitments tardy
c car Louis E. Wolf son campaign mke for
chairmanship of their corpo-
"lis told them. as he has told
glsar gatherings in many oth-
titles in recent monthA, he
increase Montgomery Ward
goa and dividends within I
a months If he wins control
e annual stockholders' meet-
April 22.
the current manage-
t, Wolfson said, Ward's is "a
,tWa sick, rporation 3-
used jmirman Sewell ne a
ot havl Iaold out, I say double re much
the Iin i work fr.
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Saliultm: Every Fifteep Do s
Ho an New
=go t y, T Toy7 tfor.
mew Y3k- Philodelphia b
S(aal) Vessels aml at VERACRUS and AMICO
0, (MEXICO) #ery ix week)
Wilford & McKayfle4.'
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Next Sailing to U. S. W* ta Ports,
April 7, 9fP -

Arriving from UNITED STATES CiAL
on APRIL 8, 1J55 and baJilgf-.EN
PORTS. -i"

Masonic Building, Cristobal, C. Z.

Great White Fleet

New Orleans Service



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"MO AZAN ............... .
"HIBEM AS.' ............................

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New York Service

S.S. "FRA BERLANGA" ................
A Steamer ............... ..
S.S. "CHOLUTUCA" .....................
A Steamer .................................
A Steame ..................................
8.& "ATAUA" .........................
8.S. "U'LA .......... ..................
Weekly uSilgnS of twelve passenger ship'
York, New Orleans, Los Angeles, San Pi
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Special round trip fares from Cristobal
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M*Spring lamb Jo. and aM ro turnip slre an
o wo Food stand Markets Bikr
Mrs. C. J.t president, a

Si e Isthmus. B n th roast early to n-
Lt'rnhe =S at wo t -ne o Spring lamb, fr m older Joy the fineto the turnip lice and

du ay'stivities were op The rea lar mon thly a e che in mait ll egdr ,w eet bail, 1 k. ablepoon
th , t a PLto n oeCmp ,ia.l bnc eo hl not P a cuinto the fla-rful rib d es. papk 1 clove garlic, peeled.
L fi t at i outh of the d luh and30 Th e o st meat thermomembter neou r moth- Leg ebab With Herb Bouqueika f the
-' n wer. rt W Clut 1 nw the trickesin advance. o he h noteen removed, use
a deS s ad aW Clb have mee t to aBqurate e to paffe a to cut and pull I
rf etripd a were I totted th.n oneness of lamb Is the p. r well- fromS of the leg. RubSe

Scoo puar Mrs d one lamb, re t to an internal ty with the season-
el aw sCervedPia preparing ste, eserain ormet neg n-.temperatur a of a182 degrees.eF. l ed ee roast stand In 3 he
ha picn lunc. 15ach compay t r a e 170 degrees Indicates .edium etei or two to four ours
aprey f rdfa portlde erf the a t SDes t7- Haver theut smalle. r fpaperlike eabn this roast early to n-
e U t h e roast or a boned and rolled uea t acOne5-to-6-pound leg of lam b. fat i ,

t .n of 12aPananalans zoo. There, the visitors werebatta In- r Eder Mzed just T hhe Frenh like a sub- trimmed ur.aspreoonrosemary,
a.a. aa s-. un erfe .ond e an her son regular n have Garnierous roasted platU ldter 1 loe S t es n

inateala aae to nsw. unuth ouwer e a -eun,.......... .t872 dercs F.)a or ]well done
5 S Girl harlese also visited In Pan- topped with alves .a aook- p garlic, peeled

the otAan ernoonrC for ,t and businesses' t s fresh pe as wiith mushrooms, ase r
ahee" -".. ..Clubrtedareurateteto
.ue :d rfoer ,thiesree m!,
c"rc tole" opSar Mrs. do ur i neor Ly w.ith t or
VsM ou a pre parin gM ercedesSmitheA 11-4toA pr'111IS-,Ro.a-ste therat gof12amdb, rfsiF.de o&entroaststandjnlth

si;tr, On a tbe ou me u ere t FroaStm wll-b1odats.12 00 1 po 'Hav th fel. o paprlk b efros

ofwtheepre ed aC porAd ti. 1i2 thSe rorsh. ei. M. al .. "BtAo. t v istg Fle -t a- iamfatle
Sn key, poete t h M sald ie. c ramou t pht ad th@ jj t w1 r n- f g n Rl i ho ?no i n a wratngou

Smad oa and offe. hehe ronnt. aeooedb o, e, e ,
[ elassrvel esvatibon or c es dS brow and .or acent W e Ro ti a ow en (d

PIS;mb Awrlte, MPss a Cn clAuDaing pe the.dEa a ine and aA- ef t. sgr. lu sch t Ohe ovs fSiore a h fl
a s ,atr a 'r ad Mri nk a or nd erted dn at e of it l r e
4M .. .1unit. w. oohea reredents.ThelFr. neh like asub-sitr ieal Cn P etiu with ththesas nth
A. on of 12pO a inPo- T.hamte, teaw visoar eterestnoth- Hhs t Eede- eF
"a: M foods.eref Re. - t WOMroandoursa t

l.eatkMr..R.H moa ,r. r a. We dr-"ml1b Thee 17e .sbd, e wte aa eme dmL
tf Oarece- d t ordi tire sa T arre M rs ale. er M.a, Roe d at ofnmg ppea n0.n n *e

ai awt tinsdSalM.been hs gesoDr. a nd a i ble bonate masdep17 of dhF)o .)e
M grs. Fr ank l Rsymddve Antheote o t s lc e o' Itur n p(e2d re e F. ).
tshehartes, alsomnisitedIn Panb- t ed withbhaesSorTRWTDeI

-o-ege.Clb Ib .Jara MIoturint scRed egohr.m s ll c c len-said Plarot
Ve terVureor.*XMor untonbck ipoa uewt anot .how
1Awrj an1 hbe oAE- e Cana Casl HMeweno a. -las thuame oth fwer tri ohandgareg pand gaeri cp roA l f Vy %
Sw.rd a erania Datr lhe wit r w1 Pan l s cciune l wa l bo et
onMondythef dettrs. r e ldrern M'onay for c atnoe o aa, hjtalf,
*10 ^ ^9* CLtenta^a M; m 1 t

Moims n- T toenn farsnt t&Mg ine o e bcinetss s.-L ftuh-e h areesm u hpr wh ut te.r', or ga
It ..u. terr mlZPfet:oduce .c .n br ds Mr. W lt r, Eo-tr.'top o nt h os 0 t..-eman

o Pan mhe f l an. M ar oSoevisitrrsa iS.1.arso n Aa n. fr teJ at m l tour L or
I 1 tes cr4 e eaions a ndih ha 'ircuts f i ey.oa acal b' D ash t iith latte
'd i~be pies ILtk euft..3e85 von wa sered tof-t.nd'wi"thgaladione de b o FLY lao ES
- Mrs. FrankbMRd..Ao eof thi. slices of' yaei w (A ,Lernt ip(8o f tgewhen Pau

. "b Mr R nol and"- iye r t Ele fully uased, bee
.. at5l. F. ..:-r e r. w-e e ceueThesoviM stBd inpan-ton w al ve coo
a] bAepr es0ident M rsh teereA monds c Mrl F Ca..rChurch w0y O ea ouro, N ewnf
netg en, bMis AnnZ. Dardene Io. Shine- w-l-t thm the f r esu or Loddd spn

a nEAUTY SALON fKrht andth MrsnsresPeawtmRAEMI
.-.. r... recording scretay; .ris we n h a o

where sorte ;, butte r eamurea

.~o.. . t e e' .i e ,mmu H, J e a n n ett e *sn e b ef o re m n oralt
s__. t C v ,in- _, ep nat.ives yog tarleanf lmIn tn theyiatLness ourilt I'

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..-.deST thcro i MEue amw g acueevnitI

.-g.n. ut m aeda:M. E.- 'u7w Nd' tO: t a ourd,
.deb.urthchrthathtewit Ci tobam.ar
S-MOOTrynPa ReDesiHlnt; MrsmprsneopPAfp- ,'e,,penifthen .a'nd mrs e nc ..sis.i" ni'

reDari els, BrA deLew isIalex Lnerewi adPilSte.thek.1used.0I"AtnI

ui'i *'aLuue u 0Z American
omen w .iees at 7:15
ht In' the Litle Gallery of
Tivoll GOutt Souse. Plans
he Taboga Art Colony and
ers Conference will be dis-
d. People not members are
ed to tfke part in this proj-
fee and refreshment will be


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Musib for dancing by Luoho Acarrags
and from 7 p.m.
in the Bella Vista/Salon
Music by QISrence Martin'e Orchestra

Pompl jqdoners frim"43.50
Small portIl0q-.or childf"I, at half price
.Specie, feebra for*". children

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ncia Internal, de Pubilosciones
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Phone PanamA 2-0552

Mku people well -d rbapp.

Ds. A. end I. ORILLAC
a (P sI ? Gracu~leis
aMPe"OAv4rn Tel.3-1m
iI block 4 u Lux Theatres

Canal Zone Dental Polyclinic
Dr. C. E. fibregs D.D.S.
Ddaturo--brilde work-all bralve
Germl Practicte
T (4th of Jull) Ave. NM. 21A24
T (ofte Anee.h School PlayIroand
S Telephone 2a411-PsnFla L N

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SBEADS of beauty for Easter

Beauty Salon
.1lbpa Tel. 3677.


'Housebhold -
FOR S ti:"- 9-place dining
room set.-4 ki hten table and 4
bhirs, 3 electric clhs, I dem.
c no. 2 chefrr (wicker). 2
Dciie r esklhm Neuee 5089,
D ilo Height" "

FOR SA L -- H holi4
compriIng eke 4wLir "'n
electric clock; ,- Ud Riqain,
one single bed with spring, mat!-
tress and pillow; o ne metall.
dremr; ,mix ckair; one metal-
chiffonier; one library toble. Al-.
so: Various iatms of -clthinel,
shirts, towel, shets, ate. TN.t'
abovg,.are the psejtyof.W EddiK..
Cocbune, dqcSAjt4.qdJbe li't
dividual item Y Naill he aol to
high=t bid i on turdof
April 94 195 between the houhir
of r9em. and 4p.m. na Bach.,'
Isr Quarters -404. Apart-
i64eee. C.Z.:. ,

FOR SALE:-New Westinghous
11955 Laundromtf. 60-cy.. $225
or will trade for 25-cy. automl-
tic. Phone GComho 748.

chino, excellent condition, new
rubber ports. $75 cash. Apt.
No. 144-A. t. Kebbe. Phone



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FOR SALE:-1949 Olds-88. All
the extras. Priced to sel. Phone
3544 Rodmao.

FOR SALE:-$300. good condl-
tion, 1947 Ford Coupe "Super
Do Luxe." Navy. Ft. Amodor.
SPhone 2427 or 2347.
FOR SALE:-'49 Lincoln Cotome
4-door R & H O'drive. power
Windows and set, tires like now,
life guard tubes, excellent me-
chanicolly. Bargoin for 5500.
Call 82-5297 or 82-5131.

FOR SALE:-1950 Buick Spa-
uphstrery, npw w-w tires. Tel-
ewhone Albrook 86-3272.
FOR SALE-Due to trip. 1952
Pontiac De Luxe Fordor like nuw.
Make offer for quick sale. No.
2203 Carr Street. Bolboa. 2-
1317 aonytlmo.
FOR SALE: 1954 Chevrolet
"BEolAir" 4-door. Powerglido, ra-
dio, rear speaker, w/u/w. tint-
ed glass, two-tone. House 51,
New Cristobol 31, 1 St. 3-2700.
SFOR SALE: 1947 Studebaker
4-door, radio, overdrive, $285.
Phone 2-1235 or 2-3550.


WANTED TO BY:.- 1946 to
1952 Automobiles: Chevrolet.
Ford. Dodge. Plymouth. Pontiac.
WE PAY CASH. Contact us be-
fore tradinq-in or selling your

JOIN TH"IAIUND towards mod-
em window covering, using
match tia bamboo dfperies
and eurtls* Custom-mdoe in
all sises end any color for im-
mediate Et I i v t r y. Vetelean
blinds, -eodlfionin services.
Free estimate. Call 2-3063 or
3-4904. IMributed by Produc-
tos do Mader, S.A.. 98 Central
Ave., between Kodak Busilding
and 5tkl Aveue Store.

FOR SALE:-27" Television set,
automatif 05o stove, ironer. au-
tomatic cabinet, 12-cu. ft. G.E.
refigertoer (90 pound freez-
or), I.E. vacuum cleaner, beau-
tiful 3-pliee living room set.
Phone 8-158 Coco Sollfo.
Qudmt 30-E Finrst Street.

FOR SALE:-9-cM. ft, Westing-
house frot-free refrigerator with
freuse eheit, 25-cycle. 2 years
guarantee; Beondi Economat,
25-cldie, 1 years old; 1951
Ford Tudor Sit. Phone 2-3512.
FOR SALE;-E'ker bunny rob-
bits. pedigreed chbmpagnes D'-
Argesin and Californlans Finlg-
son t6udi. Phone 9, Front Street
23, Colon.
FOR SALE:-'50 Noesh. 2-tone
point, like new; twin beds. One
owner. Call 3602 Balboa.

FOR RENT: Wy. rent furni-
ture. Pay $40 rent. Belle Vista,
Mexiso Ave. 62. Apt. 11 after
6&00) all day Saturday.

FOR SALE: Stroller walked.
playpen and car seat. All for
$3.50. Call Bolboa 2-2775.

Souses .RA S iL l er
FOR RINT: Second f
resides on General. J e rw ...-
O Matin Avenue No. 6: Fois b-. tU -B C O... - .....e'r"
room ys. n ing r dinom. i ,ing'4 e WOT, I ,M -- ._. . 1
kitchen, large porch. in-
/ ground floor. .;
'FOR RENt- Smell cht. OW PHilLIPS 8 M. :MA ., fu llwPo
S bodom., lvlne' dlini.s* > s. .hs Pais M Cara'. I 'n o


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Josp de San Martin Ave-.Ne. wb t11T6. "e "b ma .
6. downstairs.. "milch's' Seant C "Beam Wanted y i
FOR RENT "at.a Mod eeuy '.a-e, ... ,,,
FR .I RENT Isfi" "M* *me"eZ WANTED TO BUY,-a4 dab
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FOR RENT-Fornishednd- ad mam rate oven UDol d Convctin nt
furnifshd 2 and 4-room l sde (3 d ee F.) to minutes

Phone 186 Colon. Ce "A o ,Ap (' .
FOR RENT: Aparment. t epe Arrane l6 iMe da oldraThe United StatesCou.t o .f A "
pendent. Furnishd $85, u ,bottom of a baldka- fiHing .e convio or rke2eM .tr, -
nished 75. 43rd Street 1-91 them n so that the entire lurfe f ank Costello for income t0a )f _- : ,
Si covered. Cover the red evaon. Ap
FOR RENT: Bedroom, Ili.Af slices of processed, b.-(olt The court.reversed one coaIt to Is extende-d41
room dinette kitchen, Accesi- l pound). Place ore slices of the conviction, however, a-. e.Anyeo S.
We to Canal Zone. Colle. Derie of bread on top. Beat eggss, add ering Coatelo's fine byS'160. pat In tOiB." ..i J .
No, 8 a.t street from 4*.9, 1 cups milk, and sai and pep.- Costello vwa snvicted last Mi Ans-b vn
July Avenue)n.n c per. Pour over the ead and May of evadIng $32,000 In sin ,tertat ment wllM
OR. RENT"---od" -in- a very moderate (m ~e. He was sentenced to five ye M sext nd. .T
-t", 15th Street No. 6. Sen ..g .) fr ab .. Ma, In pron ad-.fned $30008 pllU a. E ,'.,uI -..aE -.

mO Ef clothes cloeot in a Brreuiled CanaiMan style bacon, reversed it. oonvlction fo o nva-n whe e.nm
edrom ITlivin room, dinvg eso i potato nests; battered btc.- alon of te In97 th ground the ewing hMu
room, maid', broomoom, wash.- coli; eniched break, butter br the ev1detie relittl to *that tfor th nLet y m
room garage. East 37th Street margarine 1s ei d Iapineape er did lrjo uatfIr o guitI tt- efreHlieft W gAU'b
6ruti-ufeou ndb0Fj 4,0 I md-cst.A -10ff 1 4
-FrET:24@~om f -M I DNNM; heth -W&.-Lp licor -1b A@
loh s l ses in a & rol d a ad ai ;ty e ba o r v rs d 112 c n t on f r v h 0 A&Ie 4 e
boro. 1vol rom dnl$ gg i ptao es; uteedbmjaonof in%7bntr-ud heseif hur Ir-i
9 -r~

Ij e w re lontent with -U. Car. AUTOS EISENMAN; Tol. No. 26, uptl.o .. m. ...
as, they g' Also tor m. 3- FOR SALI:- ad o and phone-i 2-4966, 2-2616. (Beside Coco 'CANARY owners and breeders,
and- r 0 r" phobi e hk Cola Plant). Panama. we have pure hemp, rope, thistle *LE ANS .
Mb.e. % (compiltei. Phone ot sd s d, fresh seeds, binth bdth, ________s _n, b rL .-... nN'
-ln I"Panama= Maissage 1n 0I Cleyton 6., i PL nET ^P TO9'Vi s- Loamr SPANISH by Mn. Rome* IA-n \ A I r I A I..
OR 8 - nsA ,- d. ,Heip wanted n. Phone 3-5411. re'conesnal sy IU NoicA I .RAS.O R
perches .mi. States:"'mdadiente Street 14-.I K. .I t LuIII
0,5.4 .washe .S.. rG. refri- WANTED: General house- FOR SALE:-2 upright plans,
.M ger tor. 60-cycle; Melia wrought keeping. Cook to live in. Gam- In perfect condition. Cristobal ,* n
'.4 2- 542 ean living-dinin.-g room furni- boa 113-A. Phone 6-205. Connell. Bodege Chorrille. Tel. -nca 'l lf. i

ra. IMnot) oe ePm. Cl-mde> WANTED:le -vtperinencedlnmaid m P agmWW

WIJ.P nB n i C K CItFOR SALE: esh killed deli- Last week in Washington, D.C.
I I o -- 0- clous tender chicken, oyn 4edy. we talked w" y Secretay of A e 8 6 t' l00. S
yuiv H l N m de ve "a cdrd nulu ru Ezra Taft 56n "o nCnma s' '" -- " "h"m' .

wmHnouucaly v.dal ic- Stations and spec aeron0ly. of three. Cell Pi.4 4.-dl. orldedo dur atry ntiyn to the vast
'. .m ea for thlr aures at S. Mary's Rev. Paul C. Loev e. supply t flnrbts on the mar- ,
l n Mission is as follows: Easter Sunday: Mass at 7 a.m. LL' et atlow. and hoped we
ll ll St. M arYa, palbos In all of the above churches I r would make that protein fact ...
Sr i Today: Confessions from 3:30 except St. Therese's there will w ., \ awd to our readers. It LDSMOpflE OLUB COUPe, **o-omical six-cylinder m V 1 i
' INNA, April 6 (UP) A to 5 and 7 to 8 p.m. Ibe exposition, of the Most Bless- The secretaiys a family man. O, nt t o-arnund iondin yprl r I95.00
uin Identifled by Austrta Holy Thursday: At 8 .m. mass ed Sacrament from the end of On his desk were pictures of his -
Aise a hed diplomat sromeand ceremonies for Holy Thurs- mass on Holy Thursday to noun s-'| A.1 .. childrenn;. .gg.are a wonderful 'i ,i .... .
Si thb Ainerica, hanged himself dav. H' our from I to 8 o.m. on Good Friday. Mass on Easter' . '. ffod tO 'gildren\on," he - . .. . . '-
,t a Vienna hotel room rather with ] l ser on by ..ev Sunday In Curundu and Cocoli:-dT "iE said *IM ly when they arel c'-.'.- FORD TUlt iR SEDAN.L. a.tploase the most dicimin||
4edoW, Au "John. eC o* are will be at 8:30 a.m. .asosblaad t re te s uyer. Cgistand'nst' .. bye u, e2ne.00
' *'3ro: o' on t 3 cr ald r*l from the department food ex- "
i aldd a second Russian p.m. Mass o the PreancTled, D I' perts Here they are: '- ..
n ame room and prayer and special Egg In Potato Nests FOR C green body black t, l,
S .o oW a under orders to man by Rev. James 0. Prinr. ... (Serves 4) .. .... ... i-M^ nJl0 i i I * i *
the viet Unon s Confessidons are heard from 7 o0 There ore two kinds of One and one-half cups leftover .. leather Uphry nl p.c
,8 p.m. those who kiss and tell and those mashed potatoes 5 eggs; salt and : : uedf-or and t S p. rle' ..50
:4. so f t at have ordeAd Holy Saturd ehsay: At 11 Sailks ki d sex oggor tp e pc paper tatos with one of the R EDAN. E nt dit

e^ hd t for the seton begilniig at midnight. confes- .. y, p T t and factory oo n fFuh "ejiM .

w 3 i w edentls l EsteroSundsysn: a"e rti ', 8peA_ to; ro n okt -.. DODGE COU19. Mirror hlike gre fnsh, fatory -instlled seat ve.rs.,
ua hno ea d thime fdead y. from I t No .1. c s onod Friday. Mass on Easter'idB0 aur wh n he

he was a member of I10 and noon. mrrow for Cristoal aboard the -i .-*-4 ", 1951 nDODG COUPtrE. Miror olkegrey fiish, f-oryst.d-ea
orthofSove t .dilomatic -Sacred Heart, An co Ancon of the I-nwa Le aine.mir-.'i -.. .... ,- and new tires. All for only $795.00.

Masaenc y yand elemonies for Hol' nthe ship for Port-au C-PrtYce, Sif CN -f ITVR .B.heU rhI IdI mS erI .
ain l tic rela ,prayer and spe- ger list for Crtobal follows:
lB a cial e ce rny Rev. John Rut-I Benjamin Aborn, II; Mr. and 1 -. .. p ., ',
was found last Bun- leddge. I Mrs. Clarence Babbitt; Miss Bea- STUDEBAKER STARLIQHOOUPt. Look everywhere 4 te
Sf pkow's companion.I Holy aturday: At 11 p.m. trice Baym;: Mr. and Mrs. Thea- l Jbg Avain f, only $375.00.
Sn as Mu cLK, a stter vigil service with mass at dore Ben ar; Mrs. Louise Bowen;d .his'b Itey-re. o da.' .ar1i .... o / 'd l .
liid. He was believed to midnight. Mr. and Mrs. Bascom Broun; Mr.
bden enroutse tOMOs- Easter 5Unday: Masses at 5:55, and Mrs. John Ciroll; Miss Do- L.
a .ealbo. Rita 7:320 sat b." rothy Anne Carroll: Miss Helend lie.as4W -a
et i-tle second Rus- St. ~ 's,Psnrma Ctity Caroll; Mr. and Mrs. Manuel .. " i
S ppead _after discovered Holy Thursday: At 5:45 a.m. Epstein; Miss Marian Farrell; -
hein said the MTs.e fgr agly Max Foley; g sMrs. Howard ortc
..was 'clearly Thl ay. y our from to and caught; Neville C. Fr!im: .. TODAY'S $ECALI
me. ph, 1witb.pe0al sermon by Reo. Mrs. Esther Goodman and twG a M C C CO. Rai ie H e r.
m-n hed checked., into nf uoi c_ r noak- children; Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. W MERCURY -.UB $9UPE. R0e. w t r.
Sotel in Vien- oS-l : -From noon to Hillird: Mr. and Mrs. J. M. AeVedON eriorope. --iae. -t.00.f
Sector March 30 ,o' the PresanctH-, Hirsch: Mr. and Mrs. Richard M."I...
w SO .ndl --porteo d ffdS .tati oJ, prayer and sel Holanhan: Miss Helen King; .. I
police that,-the enUR lw.. ev Jm.-Mrs. MorrEslZ. beahloff; Mr. and
S e under order me e Sb' say: Mas.es tMrs. George. Iei-lltzo;: Dr. and.-", .
o Moscw-ro e t 8o:3, o 'Mrs. Benjamin tdfer Mr. and
T he baUoh oi o : At 6 a.m. Masa Le0oseho Miss Gatbnlyn McGraath: .
dfo a.ah trp oro Holy Thur-, and Mr. and Mrs. Lew W. Mc- D
swi II l sermon by Rev Paul Mrs. Jearpe D. Neal; Mr. and
a hotel .authoriti L Mrs. Herman Nullmeyer aqd .
discovery of Gran-I. oo d'riday: Atom noon to 3 two children; Mr. and Mrs. Ro- w n h . - S
mof SovletO'aOOkl io i Pr..act.u- elio Orillac and daughter; Miss
cordoned off thefal eo by Rev. John A. lis: Mr. C4 Mrs. H -o' arr M ee.
EreNow wo'ns o Rohn; Mr. andrs. Jean Sne-
E r day: Masses at 7 gas: Mrs. Ckasrltto- .lfmewtYer; .D
110ad. Mrs. Margaret tnith7. Master.
Soier ic Sacraeseat h aeno and Mrao Bear$D. Line ni
yMlrom 2 to 3 p.m. daughters. .a.e.bo.kedto.ail

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I ....Passove Festival Bg ins EASTER ACTIVITIES
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SAt Sundown This Evening t Alba's cw
*o l^ *6dr^ *- ^T o u service. I yJ The Sunday Behool and choir
SI.Wh- hldirtBnptt rchq St. Altban. Chrh, Par
o ur "Th Y- of t.anamo t, n Puerto _W.. service will begih at t), t rhesta
.40..e. wTe 3411un i fe ate a 6t wices on rd- wh
v BtS JMM re m," wUl be s Rico; for on Bmat- a o y the reglr progm will eatue the fter
bo'Jut *bwftln sr i et the 8. ye aour from 9:361 to ootrv? .m.
untio nIaal aae Bnad. 10:30. Th a adult choir wti "l t iMite toaken e cirtulatin a-
d y A Pollpr., p4i o proU A 7 imusar Pdaar service are at t ervice, 'N i mong the students will be 0oI-
teer's ddsk at . Tbhi holiday, in mak- bein held uler th aue of t cond lc elected.
S** l.,cer Deprtmia ........ **.* n eveipt in the Y tory of the N atonal .Jewish welfare chO iri sting The sun m a ..,. to-A "
-*. Jteewiah people; ia associated Board wherv personiel of the choir wi sla. "louanna to Je- a'rti o d
otalte ^otu.bler. JeameW .the "redemption of the 'Armed Forces are stationed, both s our o ctogS; the Junior choir Buldd rn
a b, back t beig ta wea children of Israel from 'yptan In the United states and over- will ng, "He Rose TriumP Ant-i Sponsored by the Woia
after ;&X bruseti, s "am,, O o In ,, d "o1' ha-se. P Y, ulp" Ar of S-1t. Alba's, prea,)r-
ath or ..e.t.. bondage In the dM 40 h B E 50 the Adult choiry rations ate being d
a. a" ... e Mhr(s I 300 DC... J Rabbi Witkin will conduct le- H. Baaar, to be h lonm
b "Pem ay er bhmde More than 300 members of the Passover services at the USO- 4 both services, of the church from esday
KrEw lL HY X ew.s and marny but GOy Armed. Forces of the Jewish !TIB Club, Balboa,, on the fol- a message entitled 'Tht Friday, April 13 to 15. begin-
L ta4tomic .1t mtonetr whir St redada a kIr. fith sering with the Annrmy, wing day.: Tomorrow, April 7 R of the RwiTurrection." The a a h evening. The bC -
a gammals avpeatrane s. lt Navy, Air Force and Marine a.t 9 a.m. and 430 p.m.; Friday. ha will be cen- r aid of the ChurchFu
InXtartment sGyoore about pnga Ip the Panama rera and it 9 a.m. Wand :30 p.m.; Tues-. ductSd At 10:40. with Osca Buidn Fd.
win. .. ns, M wiii Gay r, bout sbm^ g theu famills, will be guests of ( ay at 7:30 p.m.; Wednesday at Acosta preaching the sermon. Bishop Gooder Pa c her
ara c, ,,Sal.e. 'ancag with EB_ g C, sy.'_.d the National Jewish. Welfare 9 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. and Thurs- The annual Easter choir con- at St. AsLbas' Sunday N' h
.. 1 *.. ...oa Donalo OCon? I Anythig Board at the first sed0n hic ay 9 a cert at 7:30 .m. will be given Bshop Ew
evua~yearold be lt ak-e : 'Im eiin, I' "el will be held at the Hotel Tivoli --choir d -rectortM ln.dr7,. 0 pm.Heber aOot wtill
's ^. i kd t o rAW 0datn from right w. under the direc.onA of the church be toh prneac
AN 'u of'L J ...ItT 4 : _Lj _Z..., today at 6:30 p.m. Memorial services for tie do- choir director, Mro. ,thcudrtdch b tercr on Sunday at
as Ar -t. er parted will be recited during the 'Beam. Thin year the choir will e 7 0 p t .
se" sald the lad, "she fills ,.g costly at a beach restaurant The Jewish communities 'uf.thg April 14 morning service. present: "Te Seven Lasht Words
S whole p a ."' Fa Wary, as beautiful is Canal Zobne, Panama and Con. of Christ" by DuBois. The solo- ---
Se--r ver, signing autographs for a have extended invitations fnr The commanding general of sist presented with the choir
- 'a. ch a ter Peter .Ustinov of older movie fans at e ho sptallty for the second the United States Army Carib- will be, Mrs. Mildred Hearne, VACATI N
rtsI ,"i v A pproetty i e o e f ern ht tomorrow. Mrs. bean and the Caribbean Air Webb Hearne. Miss Dorothy -
S ytd wn waig r e ye Wnitzer of Panama C- Command and the commandantis, in Kelly, Jim Humphrey
Itft -. ...-. "bus at ? a.m. o nmisg home. ty, a member of the Panama ca- of the 15th Naval District have and Col. V. H. Durrance. Mrs. M AT I N E I
4e 4ft rviwmil was mar- Going to work nal Zone JWB Armed Services Issued special memoranda ie- Delmas swafford will be accom-, MA I N .ES
* wirfe A er w Committee. in home hospitality garding the Jewish Passover panylag at the organ.
Mpr.lea 'itha t M ,,ma Mel Burns apply. chairman for the Pacefic 81de services. In revous .years, ., -- -
.u...M.'. l. ig brown make-up onna. and Ha Krus c man of the chap of the Army, Navy Christian Mission Church
r afle a the-born Xawaiians playins e.z- the Atlantlc seeor JWB;Armed and Air Force are giving their The Sunday School Depart- THURSDAY!
W m an; new Yorkmodel. n i-as in "Pearl of the South Pa Services Committee, ar- fullest cooperation and assia- ment-of the Christian Missaon of
Ptoeoais penonae of Molly- fie." Explams Mel! range for home 'hop on tance in arrangements for the panamw, La Boca, C.Z., will hold albo 2:00 m
wed' lUtt Ivorce case . Thewy'. (ade after years of the Atlantic ide of the mus. Passover program. sp Eater activity on Sun- oa p.m.
tMar'IhlastRoe and hu- wearl cidlhing an the U.S." -y atE p.m.,
A hdmawave seNarate On his recent tour to the ra- At the Bader, Passover great- There will be a flanneigraph "RACING BLOOD "'
I foto year marriage. Her Close-ups and Longshots: Terry ribbean and the Antille, Rfabtl Ings will be given by chaplain talk n the Resurrection, a sing-
i married tumas star Fred Moore derics the printed report Nathan Witkin, National Jewi:.h (Col.) William J. Reiss, corn- spiration period and the general ,
I,' Florida last .year : . All that she's going to New York Welfare Board field represeinta- mand chaplain, United States uperint endent of Sunday Schools
h glamor babes yearniag for the permanently Just a month's visit tive. Armed Services Division Armny Caribbean; cap lain will adarea the school an vis- .. o2:30 -
mE lead 1. Ponti .De or .soe TV acting ... Aldo Ray's Caribbean Commaad, made, lm- (Cdr.) Cyril Best,'diatrict chap- tingfrlends. argarita :,Up.m.
I La i ftli"a-veqiF of "War ster, a, s as been tagged lar arrange Wsts fbr members lain, 15th Naval District and In ..ddition awards will be liv-
I e.t relax.' HitN wife, Mr s i in Spetember --. of the Armed.forces and their chain (Maj.) Volgt M. 81nk. e nto various scholars for out- TREASURE ISLAND'
Svaia g draws the 'l-t- sasIe minth A and Jeff Donnell families of the Jewlsh faith at chaplain, Caribbean Ar Comrn- standing work done during the
P la plum. %II become aby-food buyers. the U.8. Naval Base at Guan- i and. 'Year.
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SeAt uloi Iat tourists in Hlolly.
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mqoth look" today with a razor-sharp performance completed ita g1955 season
Convinced the 37-year-old barber "I can still their annual lnenr for all play-
"- ... era, m a n: e rs a ,A f icials h eld
itch nine tough innings." ra, at the Wara, ce enter
at the Ner Ma, 4_pica Center
tI wanted to prove to myself Rookies Larry Jackson, Herb las ThuI radh rep'ng.
I e thing w as all right," Moford and Bob Tiefenauer Cha rlean th- ., .reresent ing
sad after be stln 2ig combineedIh a six-hier as the eicals for :their pat Ihelp
a eer ob Lemon i n a St. Louis Cardils defeated the o mke ths yer r s

Soinn eer sared a c by dilay fine porhr n, .O fe
Story over th e Cleveland Chicago White Bx, 6-. Red Charlie see e
., ..'ve proved to myself Schoendienat hit a two-run hom .captaino, ,nd on half ,U
St it ov- er f or the Cardinal, who clinch- M the dner a general
Mager wo w Dn 14 ames last by taklg a --ead In It. tmaeo th champ o

confidence andlsos regarded as pb w BUi1y Pic lro'rda wlt adownhe ofhe has enre elected f
Sworld champions' key pitch- ood i' nnlfg.s',d .tiffeed'htk velopipg and rnanageg lls
f wleof hns ama ng abll- bfifthl ba ro t hat the b rl v thb 1tM s eas. I
eto.b oel the rookn DOd, w e al sta bein used- the Kan President: er was ealledr
t OI d b nlne hit sk a l"ou l a pitcher, yie ld iea if to : ts foray a w W = W' and i -- '-
.it ter~ nd struck fouras Ahe ieti c red Vice-president:Etn B. .
caetie Giant' first roUte- Jackson and Jim F 9 season due
Ia threler dro th spring. Ma ored to gly the, Chicagod anal ZBre erre asrer: Fn
ieoutings ere ubs a 3-1 8sa e ver the ffcilals tar their part in helping
'g earlier spring orth make this year a grand suc-.
Sai wa n u cess by displaying fine spor an-
S lair and it was feared lot Beaumont Erters. The a -
g.rters that old'age was Cubs,'who do'I.py azay obeing
e wind u the him. H1e w Kl o bl t Goy pet fh am eu Whi shin team-work and being
A g tomorrow Knoxvihe tepr wo-hthe dinner, gh general
Lao Durocher's Chuso n th prop fol.ceue "ae
oe od pit was the orde r. traO i in program with g' meeting .was called and the of-
tf a l o r 3s ber uoyed6 reordn, pos alowin of fss ol ooere elected f n 10
lf- d rML ILr who. Irepfin o nly to prove that the lively tito 10e season. 5 Crib
ift tw"hom-DsWi.r n...d-- ball ti .l Is being used, the Kan- President: Davir Eberen.

w wnop n na% Pant a aVle off ee dbe .on Bl Cl m e force. cham-
Turee-ru drive that scrapped sas City Atleticas clobbered Vceprslder ronTeauer e popl.
ar t.e4rnt. fled a .he o- iu d Wnston-alem n 20-4, antid thi. Rbcretary & Treas(rer) Fablnkin lace
inn .t'+' d'-TBob 'Phlladlphia Phillies beat tbh Pnto. .- .
LnaD ll1 oBtol anoesldsr B ot ,17-12andd b Player agent: George Carlson.
hBoeer re a r Boston a ed 8r, 1b 0 -14 aand C- IM
aThe G,,. v ..,ronce again, hits a.,e rm We t
d the_ spring version of the
W rla-1 this time at nGrapeful Tl ro
r Bt victories Tli.ah. The tearasae
today at. Charlotte, E." .-. S- o
wten d up their 18-hPLeague x tm arniBob 'Cronin
Itl0 obtomo rrow in Knooxvi e,lU UII IeaIIIueI
SVan w CiaoN 000 000- T Oae ia
,od pitching was the order Onevacanopyremr.ins to heoF)nor',fi st igt
St ,day wth a few excep- killed on het Kabbe fa At Lo hI Ke, K .m
f t F ther 16 big leaguetem .o Mlwauo ~Wej 2Ol 001 201-8 13 0an Lose mates came
S tr E. W ion, l Bra B. ooklyn 000 000 000-0 5o lu4e9C aoott
Sin prepaato officer, pripr to -. entry in the .vtoo1 f 1an 1-0
iOd eu oin games. Panama are plaoRTN. BuhlJ, Johnson (7) and Fannvictog er 1 Cariean
1, .Turley, early pln T'o date, ye i slots have bean dall. White tO). Spooner, Labine Comonan armed forces chain-
ilatme nte fird a four- flled through an elimination (4). Roebuck (7), Negray (9) and lo .. .

"its'h r o Me 1 llan New Y a (n Welter- nes L--- Clark. HR es imns repsee o
and stuck out 11i betters tuinament hold last month. The Walker. n WP-Bub. LP-S-poon- Te nes ngs lac o
I New York Yankees edged sixth position will be filled by er. HR-Crandall.Kobbe' Lifelners as mu
S Biriningham arm club. April 10, deadline for local com- er. h also won t
Pa1AHhdroRe In a run petition. At Columbus, Ga.
-4( doul whil* Toppingtbel)iso tKhe furlh New York (N) 000 010 004-5 9 0 O0bt- a
Mantleb.1 his fifth houm- consecutive Year 4afc, D. Bea. Cleveland 000oo 000 10-1 a8 o 0 T eS 5 -
ringto winthe ga Sergeant.Ben s operations er- t an
g to mks geant In the' 33d Infantry's 8-3 Mage and Westrum. Lemon the last 14 batter. In On
G ret li"---- his dI- section. and Hegan. HR Lennon, Ir- the losing end was you e
S. it l en, Rounding out the ive-manWeaver, who bested
ii .... t B IM_ ningsW-tM1I suad are M/at. Clyde a w, so .. h sKtou to et t t
e^** aryl-llllle IRtr Bchwa.rtih400j. J. At maomviSe, Toam h'it su.i"tl"d '.a

."d Run ers-up ti years In a row Kile, nabler (2) and Neeman, decide lg fourth lt
': Fort Lobbe'F sqad has 1evel Thicke" (6) Depalo (7). TUrley nigt w saw t P I
'it sights o. rthse Panama area and Berberet, Howard (8). P chazui.lon Troopers e I
e anJerry Lane tourney slatt o Aprl.- abler. HR Mantle. foer s
WBk- obat' Peinamu i uea team .wh ha1 lChicago (N) 000 10 0000- 1 U .0o%.1

... ll. euag et. Tex. Lg.) 000 000 001-1 4 3. e0.-_
Sa slam .E OWNs MARTINE a Joens, Amorr (8) an Fanning whn e he scored on a
tFoun ithfirs ningl and Clark, Lawrence (8) and Tteyat lef.h- __. ,
'herse. Tahe neestrs, weight "annv "Ciovanelli's two ranng, Ja C rkkson L- heeTr oers
won the spring series, higges' fstic vittorle Gave bee r aRi-.antl. fi-ling, d,'l,,,,

Piag 3we;pittsburgh Go. 0O 011- le b
a" ltimo th00s ~ oisr 000w a ep e tw orfe un.
.a".-.; .,fd ) Wae ,t Weaver showed a brief sign ofl]
and a5lrepard. y d ohnson (b) recovering In the third when he
Eompe nads m "th WP -WadeT- aet cleanup hitter Rey gue

et -3 n e a a.ke I o iow'.
6 At Winston 8alem, N.C. .m this With a rousi tple to ]

0 + Winston-Salem ..... Coo
8'(Cr. Lg.) 0' 0 3JL00 100-4 0 0 00vl0a aid Weaver 3waak
RE9 ....n... ,.("in favorr of another r lathanderi
Vanrabant, C~carelli() an Bill Mills.

,ower.dw I 1-2-3 order Inw the

At1 t w reFsboing.Jacthe champions sodn.d
over..s"....... off with asl.nil th

Phrnuadelpnia _
Boston 00

Ridzilk, Mtoslnki (4) and Bur-
geas. BrodoWski, Jnth (5) and
Buck. WP tld.LP -- Bro:
dowski. HR Jones, Burgess,
At Longilew, Tei \'
(Called in th, miatmel
agreement) ;
St L.ouis t 301 00-3 8 0
Chicago..(A) 000 10-1 3 0
Poholaiy and Rie. Swift, Dor-
Ish (3) and WUlb*. LP Swift.

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To Arrive Friday;

p Training In cGI/n
". ".

C Chocolate V0eo of Ha-
teWaStlhes vana. Cuba, who sQeduled to

Op esr -~ i'.t
L I ~cuen airport ?P^\ey:nmag:
-- The Cuban, w M.ra.me
ia Santiago Vo,
iltches and haunted home on will reside in Cql e complete
Arnie Daetwyler's one-baser to his training for e J owK
eight, clash at the Colob
iosey added four more runs in Chocolate "buy drop-
hie last two times at bat o 0nly7 p a dlsNUte'- deeilon. a-
wo singles with three more against JImmyR a eay
[rooper miscues and two stolen U.. Nro Ihtwsi ht, la. Ha-
bases adding to the rout. vara.. Cuban. a" p andm
Both hits off Cronin. were ma 1as es nm that in
doubles, one by Moe Mirman in the opinlo of their writers the
he second .and one by J4ck decilson should have been la
Meyer in the fifth. Meyer was favor of Chocolate.
he only Trooper to get as far as Ford's victory over Chocolatico
third, moving up on Mills groundwas his third straight in the
out to short. The Losey rifht- Pearl of the Antlles and' are-
oander faced only 33 men, our match with the latter is In the
over the limit. making.
ixth box score: The 27-yer-old Islander has
.Sixth game box score: signed to nmake a weight limit
.......... pf 138 pounds against locally un-
SPECIAL TROOPS beaten JoltI' Joe, The duky
b A t New Orleans baler will not i ,'
layes ab r w, -,a turn to PhroMA u1till somettme
Ir, rak b. 0 0 5- nekt We t- ost ltkryAit
Mverame : 3 0 0 2, 12 or1;. Joe. howeer.s liltown
xSiDps0f 1 0 0 0 0 0 tolbeko.IttUBW In f:n top ozn
Haddock,3 b 3 0 0- 1 .1 3 ,.. .-,AM-w--l -
s.yer,kf 4 1 0 J0 1 dy tok ephilsceilan Hocalwrecord
eyes, lb 2 0 0 0 0 intact.
Angelus, rf 3 0 0 0 2 0 The i ,.,.f .l i rn..t
rm,,"" i A o1 a1 Reid gains Bby Hawkini In
tphenson, c 1 0 0 0 -0 n eight-roubd 1l7-poind re-
WeavoS? 1 1 0 0 0 i 1 t urn match. Reid and Hawkn
Mills.p 1 0 0 0 1 0 battled to artasi draw'at
Hinz, p 1 0 0 0 0 e PanamaGym several
,' P months ago and are sure to
Totals 9S 0 2 24 13 9 stage another thriller.
x-Fanned for Meyer in 8th. Baby Dixonltackles sensatorzl
xx-Grounded out for Rivera in Roberto Muril'o na four-round
Oth. 126-pound preliminary. This wim
be Murilo's professional debut.
vs CAM? P.OSEY netiTo Tf..o, one of .the bet
s. CAMP E amateur lightwehts on the
Leon, rf 5 2 2 0 0 0 Isthnnus, meIet LLUs Sllver, ta.
Daetwyler, lb 5 1 1 12 0 1 other lstmon pre who. Is r d1
Barbato, 2b 5 2 2 0 3 0 the crest of a winning streak,
Figueroa, cf 5 1 1 0 0 0 a special four-round 135-pound
Pagley, ,ft 2 0 0 0 amateur conte ta
Davlla, 3b 5 1 2 0 1 0- AdOmaon.. rs, will rang
Colon, ss 3 1 1 3 3 0 from $5.00 (fivetollars) for re-
Little, c 4 0 2 12 1 0 served ringside to $1.00 (one dol-
Cronin, 3 1 0 0 2 0 lar) for general admission.
Totals 7 11 11 37 10 1 Saddler TKO's
Score by Innings
8. Troops 000 000 000- 0Kenny Davis In 5th
Camp Losey 122 011 22x-11
RBIs- Daetwyler, Barbato, BUTTE, Mont., April 6 (UP)
Davila. Colon 2, Little A. 2b - World featherweight chaon"
Colon, Mirman, Meyer. 3b Da. pion Sandy Saddler scored, a
vila. SB Colon, Figueroa. Left TKO over Kenny Davis of Los
on base Losey 7, Troops 5. Angeles in 2:57 of the fifth roun4
arn tl Wuna _- Tos Vp flS Strike-f a ,I h. d ..i l *-a d _-- l..-

....... .. .4 ... ................. -. ac-- 0, R enOuIG Ten-roUnder non-
roduced another tally. Mills outs Cronin 12, Weaver 1, title fight here st night.
rtred Little on a peto short Mills 1, Hinz. Hits off --Weaver More thln 4,00 Montana
to open the sixth but Cronin 7 for 5 runs in 2 2/3: Mills 1 for fans from several elties of the
grew a walk and mapager 2 in 2-2/3; :Inz 3 for 4 in 2-2/3. state watched as Saddler show-
Howard Schade'replaced Mli Wild pitch Hins z Passed ed his class and superiority
with Charlie Hins. ball Meyer. Winner Cronin. owes Davis.
.Cronin advanced -o two wild Loser Weaver. It Was the first appearance of
Sa world champion in Monta"s
since Jack Dempsey fought Tom.'-
my Gibons at elbY Mont., o
July 4,- 1923.
Davi started out i good share
tonight but was unable to hold
up after Saddler started closn
in.' Early in the third ro
Davis received. a cut on his left
eye anrid Saddler kept after the
Davis remained on his feet
feO the first four rounds, fight'
Sto to toe with the ehum
Im,..t haddler's left "bat
"d iMht uppercute sn to
mcnhes put avem onthe ne
a number of times.
Saddler knocked Davis to the
floor in the first two mnutes.
of the fifth round but Is g-t

UP. Saddler knqckd dm do
egain and the referee, ceed
a TP0althoughnDavUoW a
back on hi s feet.


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o-the base lads. ..X'*s

Side runners-up In ih a- vh lb .4 0 O
mandant's Cup Softbal rbumas- Alapnder, rf 4 0 0
meRt, defeated the Ship's Afloat Currte, I 0 0 0
team, Pacific Bide runners-up Alue, c.,. 0 ..
an 8-0 score in a best out of Chlmaru Slb 8 1 0 0
series. McNabb, p 2 0 0
The next Rame of this series
is scheduled for tomorrow at the Totals 8 5 .
Naval 5tanio!, Coco Solo dia- =!' by brnin f
mond. game t,.':00 '.m. twil Fasm 10 .Wl 'rlo,2bO 2- 8
-asee HDU C tol and Sal 680000.0-69.

Player Representaties Meetr
e r sNM i p 3 0

Robbie-Alston Bury iathet
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A meeting in Cineinnati shoved
the exhibition baseball program
Into the background yesterday.
Representatives of 15 major-
league teams met to discuss
minimum salaries and the prob-
lem of when to start spring
airing. '1
The decision on spring train-
ing almost was -e ame as the
rule now In effect.. .with e

port before thp dead]
so desire. This 'ri
pyeqrs were fined b
Mgan working out


No decision was -reached on
the minimum wage problem.
Owners turned down a re Yius
request to boost he minimum
from I6000 to 70 per year.
In other business, .e player
voted to retain 5L Nolm.. Lewis
of New York astheir attorney
for another year,.
All teams wre i,.sented. at
th meeting, expt the New
Yokk .Oalnat, Blore the+ met-
is B aisnfdrtal iSwMOW
and the ball playe _s4
wAukee and Clevelad u.j
naot winners tis Y
rutis.oA the kre kept
secret. sptonemplayern 4 the
only MHer teams '$o X
uoaible winners waere rook.yn,
the Oats and Net Ycrk Y -

tie atche u %t.te

with Mllwauke.. Neither qw
talk a t it, except Alto
told newomen after the k-
and we qUote'-"I' aU. over
far U,' I onetpd. S
IfrLet I I

Alston also pologied for t
inge newsnm i sahe of their
business -wat him OmbnlaMdSa
lineup will b. The mauagrwsay
he does not rcasayiga tht;
but he adds: f ti W S&thu
things, I-d1Unt mefn tba.-
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Cerveerl Tummy

Anne* -Uttle OnQ* cSeaft d
monstrated that she E 'enuu-
ber one lady g"leU oIL Its
mus when she defeated CI
uwns on the Ish-hole at Qum.
boa Sunday in a match that kept
the gallery in suspense ul
lat put was hios ut. That is
where the awrpldaub was
decid, n he last pqt.
That old MeM04ut Jinx held on'.'
to Clso and she Jtb t Acoudn't t

Ruth Ljncoln and Rae
were the. finalat, o tIle
fight. They boti Played bfiau
golf but the tw f

bodes play ~ a very ohse
w wninng.

o ,,,In the third .
The flare-uD came when 71*- Tubbet d rld e HWtM
Inasa protested tq hewsmen he tied ri dA oe4 th= A .
could not stay In share unless with Roward wdnt.
he played regularly. Alston re- The fotrth was- V
plied that Jackle should take ladley by default.
sueb problems to the manager
...not the newsmen .. I rs. Oeo Dilaer
. er. ecerv ria W onaL
Yesterday. Alston and tUS he prs at a raloM
had.b lap talk1qfaore the ae Cery Ae itM.
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Sat a Kentucky

'M Pas at a hsndftl d4 *
trainer. Surmy Jim iltbhnion 1
Derby wit with his three-year-old.
eight of 10'starts. (NEA

itty beld'bv
Pitz Is aiming
who has won



CA .-IT Edde ~ fourth year an
n0"N ". "W tt"ltnMaybe

folo he might as well start packing now. The two things hi
needs post he 'hat got. Plteing and pitching.
1He'0 c=dfblty thip.report warrants is difficult tq tell
ins it f n t t all. Bpt o the hook-and4lAddeI
there A l arlyn ter-is lai you Man
lanore it altogether. t hasi covered too much territory dowi
here. I
Under Stanky, the Cards havi shown no improvement. They
re third.wei took over. In the ensuing three years, they
e hrt&d' rad sixth. It was t" sixth-place finish
iav rear tatrstrred the back tence gosalps.
August 4... Busch Jr., Missobri leer bardn, owns the cards
x*fuhls gsaon .-Uin the spring camp he put on a uniform an
soefthrough the motionxo.bn beg na big leagutr.r Sodo Richarc
Meyer, ho. general manager,.nd Anthony Buford, the club at-
The." 10t A rfdculas and ar, at once, a nuisance and a
seus b ater-sib!the man who pays the brlsl is entitled tc
.S tSoUtf..O N40n"oney. There can't be much fun watching
"A m rule teM Besides, Bunch and his playmates, if they
19-,asbw rmtigt be better tan some o-teW characters Stanky
4mwsaWith aving a Wly -ut on ubos. of a b

atwner Is lea -likely to listen
Agal.. likKly 1n .l.'g s mem for player fall-
!It- NOWow a mid -dopb'btthrVtban sixth, a base-
i bM1nonmY a4ezlaW might be lic' eS to ask. They made
more than anrotherfteam, scored triofe ans, led 4n doubles
tied intriles d had the most RBI. So, how come they didn't
flnulhhhef?. -. .

The 'I Cards were reminiscent of Red x .teams of re-
get vintage which annihilated enemy pitcbg, but had no pitch-
. of t ovn, and a consequence spent most of their time
oft a treadmill. Last year the Cards' pitchers gave up 790 runs,
and in this reoaeot were the worst in the league. That's how
S"However, eve& If Stanky were to be .paid off and handed his
hat before the sewon started, %ed have to think twice before
claiming foul: for Ifsever a manager asked for instant, ignomini-
dtiaailbsal Btanky did by his rowdy tactilo which provoked a
eft-f0r-L:1 fight and forfeited game astsummer.
The disgraceful scenes were enacted the home park on a
Sunday. and the St. Louis fans unmista kaly demonstrate- their
disapproval of Stanky's coarse behavior.by cheeringf the umpire
W awarded the game to the PhU dg Phil .,.
It seems reasonable to assume they wpuld have cheered just
as louy if Busch had, followed fth an announcement that
s-k 'W4 r t fro ; ThP.beer baron is acutely good-will conasc-
ds" an4 mOUfastt4lous about public relations., In view of the
fasafnttn4It took a certain moral courage for the business-
n arto tUand up for his manager, whose only possible excuse
Wld b alist he was the "fighting type" an before he knew it,
h4 lost head,
n A abtle apojgy by Stinky followed. This may or may not
iwy been h owar idea. Anyway, he has ben considerably
chastened since. He apparently needed a jolt to bring Him to his
00se.:. He had foolahlv set oant to be another Durocher as a
aagr rldit, bellcose, swaggering.
t Bbadhe n abre observant, he would have discover-
t "vie hi parigon had got ssartene6 UP and had begun
wauh behb%1ti eas an d wear clean shirts. Moreover, he
mcoe a etter manager nd waa, of all things, beginning
to win friends And fluence people.
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The Cards have tightened their defense for the" '65 campaign
the. addition of Ken Boyer. $4, who looks as if he has made
.e fhal. ribt, was 310 with NHbston in the Texas
.and scout Tonv says he has the makings of
.c w"blh I hav jg e makings for a

I ,. a e. s the
e0 dInw. ao a ndamly ed In ToSeumove .ame.
nrmtel:t jRin4tk e 4didt itan u L4 t A ske over
Vtfib i l he did In '46 wbexA& their

me- 'us~j
is the er
a>,2abin I

at cattrd
sats$, dr

q te proved am ''- '
t as t as pitcher. and as
buwt hwve been 30 4aes last season
lptr',leads and, n6- in tno go in,

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'agoWth the exception of D bby
ilpe, a ix-foot ahortop wIth
crOP-iad feet, and Pete 8 u n-
nes on the other side of second

Charley DreMea.

Kline, drafted out of the UanL
kees chain, drove In 84 r-un
Batting .319 for Birmingham in
his seventh year in the minors.
Originally a p itcoaner, Kline
hands the ball to Mickey Ver-
non from deep in the hole and
w satiffled DreWen.and t he
oldevnnembeIt.i-thbeparty that
be wan 'do- the-job In the field-
q -Ln. wIN hare jim Busby
- driving pitchers nuts and a fast
ball -hitter followiMr s m be-
Scause with the Teas Express
on base, the catcher isn't going
to handicap himself with slow
t stuff. Dressen .will rest the ?&*
yeat-old Vernonm after doublIe-
ietders, etc. '-
Charley cn be depended to
get the most out of wnat he has,
yet with the material, at hand 1it
as doubtful hat he can improve
the club's position.
Dren modestly cos d e r s
himself ,the beat pitching coach
in the world and that could be
the best part of hi club. Hold-
overs are the right-handed Bob
Porterfield, FranzO Shea and Ca-
e4 Meikey McDermott, Dean
Stone, Chuck Stobbs, J o h n y
rSchanut and Bunky Stewart. .
The new head man Is takng
a good look at a pair of Cu
bans, 19year-old Pedro Ramos,
who won 1 sin the lowerIntnors,
and left-handed Vince Gonzales.
Another) excellent prospect is a
big fire-bailer,, Ted Abernathy,
wno won 20 with an eighth place
D outtla and four more for uhat-
tanooi-before entering the Ar-
my. 981 Currie, Floyd Rosas
and Dick Hyde are up from
TBf eateslng is in good hands
if Bruce Edwards, trying it ar,
gain afte a stay in Los Angeles,
can throw well enough to help
Eddie Fits Geraljd.
Roy Slteers can't throw, buat
set An all-time GriWtith tadiumz
home rapn record. The rest of
the outfield would -be In good
hands with Busby and young
To s.Umphblm if the latter
would re i4tWO o throwing
bats and otherwise.ahowing has
temper. PlteHa -don't knock
the bat out of the hapds of lit-
tie, swiba-hltti g Er-e Ora-
vetz, who had two good years
In the ainos before reporting
to Uncle Sam.
*The Semator have a couple
of pse. bItter m Alejandro
Crespo, a 7-year- Cuban
whe has aofined B ba4eba
to the WaIbbesn, ant En M e-
van, who batted .34 in the Flo-
rida State and A412 in the Saily
Th -were eight Spanish-
speaking players and two Int
,an baseball coaheo in tbe
Washington part th spring
"I mt be a better linguist
than the other 4tu,. ..
lqe Dreuten, Who lolak blt a
bout the Dodgers ina a, la

RefaTflLh.u LeeS

HE BEMwo have
tmpa r patches t e
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Porter Cl

NEA Szpte, Editor
Detroit has three-quarters of a
crack major league' infield and
i set of fleet^young outfielders
who could help thi Tigers to
the first division and' the top of
the five American League have-
nots. .
The outfield will be swift ani
trouble-stirring, with. Al Kali n e
and Frank Tuttle coming on
with a year's experience and
the already fabled J. W. Por-
ter making big player noise.
That's as good a tip-off as a-
ny on the Tigers- young Porter
being so accepted on lite more
than his Army record.
I If Ferris Fain's knee remains
I sound, the Detroit infield can
be faulted only at second base,
where the lone hand behi ii d
-Fred Hatfleld, a covered third
sacker, is the hi-year-old bonus
beauty, Reno Bertola. HarI e y
Kuenn .s the. beut shota -An
the leaguee and Ray Boon be-
can- a;big ballplayerIwheiU he
moved across Lake rie to


Win Or Quit

For Rosburg

By NEA Service
Of all the brilliant young stars
in tournament golf, probably no
one has a better chance to
achieve Hogin-Snead-Ndson sta-
tuo then chubby, roundshoulder-
ed Bobby Rosburg of Dan Fran-
Paradoxicady, Rosb u r g may
fade out of the heains entirely
uiter this year. The prison is sim-
e: A touring.pro can't take his
wie and three youngsters with h

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Under his W. bonus ar
rangement beca 'luse ,of a
I trade, the rtue pay Porter
98000 a year.
His credentials are hardly o&
the Willie Maya type but in De-
triit, J. W. Porter Is going to
have to do.
With that pitching staff, y o u
see, Bucky Harris needs every
able-bodied optflelder around

Atlantic Divisional

Softball League

Playing t before an extremely
Srti an crowd that overflowed
he alnbow City Playgroi;nd
the Comm. Division first blqw
a three-run lead then came from
behind to defeat the Termihals
Dlvsion -C, a move Iou-the,
e n lead of the Atlanti Traiongal
: msgue., .
Things started wildly forl'ern.
minal as the Commssary Boys
scored three times onefatle
fielding by. thirdbasesan erb
Moise who committed threee con.
secutive errors. In the lower first,
cTerminal eam back ..fighting
and pushedacross three Prunsto
Ipull up alongside th, Conpy
is lon cooled off somewhat f
the net two innings but
again HeRym Thomu nsha
Comsy Lads moved %he:l 4
to 3- only to dropbehinp with a
Yone-run deficit when Terlinaa
scored two runm.
1. W. Hereer Ipn the pifth, the boom dropped
Son the Dock Workers a u they
fell to pieces defensively allow-
third base. ing the winners to score four
The coaching is comfortablruns without hitting the ball out
more than adequate with.len- of the infield. Trailing 8-5 in
,ry House and .b WI b o their last stand, TD scored one
But the mer ry--raund breaks run then. loaded the bases witn
w p 1 you lo e t, d the Detroit none out but fella short when
I pching-a colleectibn of 5 t- captain Wally Clarki-. acting
s, guys you can't win ith for benched manger Henry
and not enough young hopefuls Thomas brought on Lloyd
with hope. ., .IWilson to pitch in place of
You get a splendid Idea of of Haynes. Wilson in a brilliant
Backy Harris' pitching problem relif stint forced Baiscalno to
when hii aces are the men-j pop to third, Janniere to foul to
Steve Gromek and Ned Garver. first and fanned. Hermr to end
Gromek, the big- g y who gets the game.
you home early, had 18-16 last I The remainder of the schedule
trip; Garver 14-11. They win ar favors the Commissary as they
few, all right, but they I osea play last-placed Army Trampor-
'em,-too. tation. A victory for OD could
Past these known quantities- I mean the championship.-whise a
and Gromek at 35 iks o aschool-loss combined with victories by
boyt-he Bengals donot preent Industrlal Area and the Tera-in-
one e oine.of e0talished" bg lal in their remaining games
league would mean a three-way ie for
first place at the end of the
Bob Miller, the-60,000 bonus regular schedule.
southpaw not yet 20 or- too long
out of high scteI, kIs b-e in g TiE STANDING8
counted upon as a staOrter. Oth-
er hold-overs are Bil y H Oft, Teams Won Loest
George Zuvernimk, R Herbert Co is sary 2
Al Aber and Dick Marlowe e.o Terminis 5 3
latter pair shaky bemAuse f Ind0astrhia Area 4 3
coming kids. .Maintenance 4 4
14A best am the, latter Navy 2 4
isa 4-ye-olid 1Fr w Army 1 6I
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final game of the season.
The Mottaa threw a realst sre
into the DBrave. a hey Jumped
off to an early lea4r. to 0 In
the first niLng. The r were
not to be denied, ever, as
thy came k k advant-
ae of theMott 1 play to
gan the vIetory. ,
.,obble Morland pitched a fine
game but, with the breaks a-
geinst hinm, toqk t 1w Rnnie
lHy.tenilg, the ,, ,i?^ blteher
and one ob e .i. leasue.
it thMe Fw wm a pledd four
Iannig relief atint,. ., .
T. Raveal, i new player, came
up with the gem of the day as
he took' a fly ball ft of the bat
of Eddie Greene in the fifth in-
ning, then threir It In I double
BeliePr attemnpMl*t teore the
tie breaking run for Mbttas.
Kalphpkscord t.e Wilhning
run oftlhe g e on, knitt,'.an er-
ror and a Piaed ball, t'fie bot-
tom of the fifth after Wo were
The play-off to determine the
second half victors between Mu-
tuIal of Omaha and the Braves is

Along Th:F citwys


The qualifying rounds for the
Spring Handicap Tournament
will be playd between Tueaday,
April 6:00 p. .undayI
April f, IM firt rbm played
durln thid ptriod Wl *be the
qualify round. H~l*ap* as
of April X,-will be useM The tour-
nament Will be match play with
3/4 handicap allowed. Wateh
the paper and the bulletin board
for further nformataioL
A "medal 'jlay" tournament
with 3/4 handicap I scheduled
for this mTua'AT IA&M give
the Iefing Il r eoo oppor-_1
tunIt to wk a tk OR g=ea In
preparation for the print Tour
a-tment. Keep score on putt a-
gain for the golf ball.
The W in the "Cris"

- Net ne2,Da MaItde -..Net
Sarbara Rhodr
in the roll-off td bre_ the tie In
the second flight. ro llk-
at 1AVtb golf
Come bn 6uW o- fn hie fuba
sald good exertS, "hd Sarpeni
up the ameM 'i&peparation foi
meth prng Hndtp Tourn&-

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Drohan, tr
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I 1. SAIGON, Indochina. April "Let the pWip
.(1) -President Esen h o we r's
special envoy Gen. J. Lawton Col-
Ima won todjy a seven day truce THIRTIEWI EEA" 1
S betweenn Indochina's rebellious
-asrlords and' pro-American Pre-
ier Ngo Dinh Diem. .
The ricbel sects renewed their
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*.sy ihree-d-.y iruce. f f W 4 0 I 0 g s 1 1 *-
Highways and waterways on
Jic the bleag ered capital
depends for mu of the food
supo. e for Me million l abi&
There was an additional threat S
Less than a week ago a brief ,
uths- and ilury to 112 persedonq TAIPEI, Formosa, April 6 the Chinese Communists haie This. reduction in Formosa pro. stI rebuffs truce o
ithe private armies of the Bpin h(UP) Authoritative Nationalist slackened their prop a grand a ragauda asr prompted interest in blasaig the United ad
"Xuyerct and forceslo ay Chinese sources said today the campaign In support .f their WaIiiton, Ldon, New Delh. Nationalist China for
e. nd Red Chinese have the "capabili. threatened "l*tertab" -of For- Pnd' her capitals on the pros-
em t y' to attta'k Matsu or Quelnoy mosa. rects of reducing tension in the Britain and India e . .w. .i..-
The rebel sects sent a commu. Islands immediately. j Red broadcasts aimed at the Formosa straits area. io be regarded by the l M TIDEN President RI wth
que to the U.S. embassy yester. But the Inforspaits said th e v Chinese people weirie l' to be To date, however, diplo m a t s UnitedStates "stoote i the'USAp eric who tord Pm
dy proposing a neaceul solu. e confident a battle for air su rtressinj less threatedlng themes. sid behind-the-scenes efforts by cause of their truce. f tae group with t riddat
tn" to the crisis through cream. prematy over the Formosa strait There is evidence, for example Britain and India had not produce -. and Justice Alea Re
tion of a provisional government will pr.cde ar.y major Commu that Formosa propaganda fed the ed any paralleling soft tone in Secretary of State John Fost '-ro
Which lattr vould convoke a na n'st assault (Chinese has dropped from a peak Red Chna's 'tough attitude" a-Dulles aald yesterday that-t ,-
t. onal assembly The source" s ld tlhe felt that of 20 per cent of broadcasts last asts Formosa-offshore island united States and its lwere
,oveme r-Dccember to a b ouveees work to eliminate s
The wets warned that tAmeri ist Frmios d its five per cent today. of Informants said mts" fm the "
anacked iem "runs theo risk oua th wl - gserous" Far Eastern s-1tiB. -e T o na o ie td a nes
of definitely compromising theI be andd l lS1t -- . ,. -- _. .- .'
.cause of the United States in the rarb i II a. A I I i e toe a news .
*yes of Vietnamese masses. A miral that-efrc hopes hadb' I
_e three days respite t back d intervle*, hi.Talkaal Cy
sma.lreserve of food for the 1--Tie munsts wileeve-- Foo Soll'theils any war.Iti ToI
;,aly attempt to take the offshore ,,th be ntrly due to th ,,
islands y foarce probably moving L~i ract5 rr~rn~v~ou~n and initiative" of the.
""-" lands bfo ha t. ', in ft CHICAGO, (UP) A ly in the ocean off the tip low the ake
,, ..... .- _,,__ ,,,,,, Extract Foot Fr om 1Mouth 1o in fact,,o .,.
h "noMrast Machina e.Thois ta tnps. Comumsto are fa .. oth bi ta uc.ont. .bu n lb-ds
The Communis hae hail WASHINOTON, Aprill (UP)i g hoo 6tich' about t hqherJ will be no ao. J tA' isdo t aani fr ba aafer Abu a ctu
Ig Mayoralty force in to attack Quo --Adm. Robert B. Carey, chi ef of a Easutern war. h... -ae tr ob arn arshoc an w l, r V
S in ape unjss:i: : ddVsaa weudRbe te- n aasua e
,'--* ,i W moy-1i r e fomm. iThey are B nt naval operations, flatly de-4 d Carey wuld be re- s., u taii,.tp,,. Sr cde A tornado struck St am ford s've-ck ..i r"
ilnl ai-dly Odftg up- forces ol Anied yesterdAy e predicted a er howver,/replied Dies reference to Rsu iS no and setSSl wind5A. tornado struck Stmford, shovels and
' l 11 n4atsu. Chinese Communist attack on rpy "Not by me." ofhis sewers SU" d (MiIe Montana and western Soluth Da. lbue*. pla, nd ar the ed-saw ab 1
3-The Natimalists at present the offshore Matsu Islands b The same day th President o loa where a graddady bzar business places a ad a vineyard.t
SN skota where atgraddaddy blizzard business paces, a oand a vineyard.
I HICAGO, April 6 (UP) hold absolute air and naval su- April l15. ide his rehark, etene Sec- But experts pointed to the sr raed for three das. railroad roundhouse. At east two
eago's powerful "ma c.h I n e" pre lacy in the Formosa strait. rtary Charles E. .WIlson .e-e vey of ld China broadcasts ee Psons ffl were mingpersonwenjured, one&Wa NU ?t uaod p"., Me
sch'-, Heis sodhewoulnot have the jsn of Red China a obroa ad casts am]lbn
t the nation's second largestlThis was mnot the case at Tacen He d e wol no ave the"1y lghtined l.es governing ..e!said the emphasis had chaugned in Wyominu and possible others ut by flyingpas ud el- derdd Into te fi a iA
a do tic stronghold to- 111d Nandhi whiih the Nations"temrty'toakesuch Ia raee o u ita dormtio m Formo t to were strawho was blown out oy
awlit ory victory tlas abadond ifstrlir ltbls ye. foreca st, 1 rmo i brati trswbpt region. At least Clha firmer
ai t.he part .%.-The.offshor' Islakds hrevl- He saidhe and otber Iorepot-f .om- .omoa."liberati.on",to, were sa.d. overthe deolat e
had le, teal affair. ace... co- were dean. In -orth CarolbahOrin Guai,
In Cook county, rolled up a unable s ableek to Communist able" military tffloers alwa ys Publlhed reports of Cany's existence" and a sor t ro Meanwhile the worst forest fire managed to satvee
70 ,M0 to 816. margin o. coIastal-sotga as radar confine other calculatlena to statements came out of a so- tone pro" in the modernf history of the South Pouter and Rtose y-at for- snow 'd
young Sepeplican e ri m e warnn poit. Onc the Comm U what the ene r can do and not called backgroundd" c on fe r- r swept over 250,000 acres in North wat fire moved I st aa cytrve
S der,. Ror Merriam, in nlts .ea Qlrmoy nd Mit u what he 1mih do. ence with p selected group of Carolina while more than 10 fire- clon' through a large wildereas trpi s
i fy's edition. ney w ill be .ableto move "ent .Carney tetlified before thereporters. His 'name Was not fighters sought to conl t o at bogs a" srtr _, travdeff o .
de w;h.ardly ever in field armies" into position oppo- nate mlslit y approplatos u used but the zematrks ere at-. A ood- earthqurae was Te a wis en*. Ibe -
S' rsubconitem.,. tudto, him when protests eSOn o r t
!! % o 1 ,re ," to "I "^ w. 0 .o. e lo -Iw l POUB t. ?-, Rod'a ne-e xpected t o;.re w.e. ugqu estione d closely a f
Sd o it. peat the tatay vh force bout a privst dinner athich ellender called o C, ey to O, A d W rpi a /. l i
S "eBat aeeclaimed victo-. e Natlonall om Tachen be ws quo a telling new- explain just what he da yat EAPOLIS I ., April m
Sand a hours after Nanchl. That wa- a grdu.a ne the Reds probably would the private. d" nn attA EP" e Al
Io hdet rt h build of srior orces, linattick Matd ce about and d Jd.nl' ha ve -t emrity," ,U' P)-Th Amer-ln ler e of toh lD r~ I I-- :'D-
a teat since eI 'tLi 8th for around a "lot o erlam" ta m an det the National Asoclatioon TERMINGING" the winner were
Shea two event tt o the island. "e you hn oold tre, t. ow. f strbuted here at the apnal Foster Parents Acqui
e eteos In the last 6 liThe bow are "oasable" of mind?"..IElntder aked t le roi, Mch., said ere. Waseca County tg cr r n A
laeo d mind TWona ,.engpt Trade For Bottle O Gro
Si e Dst m w b" knok a u she wears WAS bin "I have not cha Isd ya "
11 o-. Ch wid oit t e on uk.tatthe-aiU 'i 0tabent," Carney replied --n Carne r-so ,e en

-~, qpried. 1ere- his news conference last weer nd h es, tA earei-Rre rewulo e
C" att ct since ack. U,5iand1 'wedpV m ll ,n id fthe N tional Alimit on ITERM N1, the winner aft I iky wa ter of Al
itI h a s "w il I soon hs Fl d d a "l ot o f crV o w e re ei th s

Big Three Warns Russla .qu the has toda Uated an
ta i tes, Britain and part" effort to create 5 df oa8 embasr Ca os leda neverF. traheri tad duai) h aettan

,.r. .n n the ad ton do not belong )tDempey, Demooat from New gat"i erth s i ae theru
Thave t e w renot" s a tO i th. U nitheo vwiesi rth ln&t oa s n o ewt toroe then t nd
f. Austriah. tre Hesdr pe ot be-ave y o cn loan, ay le D seo

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faternono rcuirdtqtbosatny Tnin. becaeI ndr in succrh -sorn

sor l anthtl ii t e thanmea go In served by men who are cratic member ., tt
pe r necln ta rou b he W, o ftti athe mthni reHouseisaSbypd a of gr.
Iw a p hcare ntl tbtet th atuiterwve Un ir wie ited* ihnla far

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the Deos orw w slo cf atedt thaty r es r a n e m'-Bl. f
ISrdaris Foreign Minister ther ebli ne h setement ty 5t ..s /ro1d hreld In 1m-4. aUnder-
usuv and Au h A n al ly rm when he cus5TarYo e i .
a de`d Carneuar uted re m-kst v'o mhaiclh aA 6A R A 6()U)ed ..
te t I- aecurred" his news crman Om ene las ed to. w though bn in -was given to I he

Het T d a lltoe I t who pc e .iscrt noardent SS t
Initednh thratee papiet z ofowAp- II
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A ..ft,.oo!f. 1aIa wre that bV li .144.. Prt
a.i l ign heraef with ta..t youths are. to tlfl, t, -a hl au bri- "/ -. '
Sa the.oi Inthmus
thEo u m onl ns yeCanal Zone V ysi c-o
1 April 6 (VP)tran Th. is .. ..ld beby name, ., ddnt 6.VI_"71 o.' of .- .... .0I41

t ad.%::doa pnovision in theoe papr.. ,-i--'d.eve
Row"aq any ,gla ue Dempsey, Demoeft from New

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