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^ THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN Etut.rw.nuw.Ki ** aT.0,MW
PAfflT TRW i i i i i M i n
$1,000 Classic For Maiden Natives Tomorrow
JUnraced 2-Year-Olds
To Dispute Silver Cup
41-2 Eg. Sprint
An unusual weekend of racing will get under-
way tomorrow afternoon at the Juan Franco race
track with a $1,000 classic for previously unraced
Satire two-year-old thoroughbreds featuring the
classic events will be run at the local track on
successive days for the first time in years. Saturday
while the track's best imported thoroughbred* will
dispute an expensive silver trophy and a $3,000
purse on Sunday in the "Guardia Nacional" Classic.
both speed
is the fast
fTtag.it li a ha*, colt by
Barre-iThis colt has shown
fn-Gatesaba. He'is owned by the end stamina Carlota
Ciirinihia. trained by Agus- est at the getaway but she weak-
b&tr^rM Ertri2 Foreign Runners Again Pi
1st Race "H" Importad 4 Fgs. Purse: M00.M Pool closes: lt:45
Imported 6', Fgs.Purse: S400.M Pool closes:
First Race of the Double
2Quo Vadls
3Atom O
4Ocean Star
9 (Lujoso
10 (Pincel
V. CaaU. 118 Way down In class
J. Bravo 110 Could acore here
F. Godoy 102xNothing In montha
F. Rodri. 115 Regaining top form
O. San. 110 Disappointed In last
A. Ycaza 110 Racine to best form
A. Vas. 113 Should beat these
A. Enrl. 108 Best early foot
F. Hidal. 108 Rates fair chance
B. Agul. 110 Runs weU for Agulrre
Pool closes: 1:15
2nd Race "H" Imported V4 Fgs.Purse: MM.Ot
Second Race of the Double
1E. Magic B. Agul. HO Good recent race
2Sun's Moon K. Flores 112 Distance handicaps
3Courtly P. A. Valdi. 113 Nice effort In last
4Marianlna F. Rodri. 113 Last was revealing
5Golden Tap A. Vas. lib Distance seems short
6Tempestad M. Ycaza 113 Could score this time
7Lifeboat F. Hidal. 118 Excluded from betting
>m SoaneTnd "wlii "be ridden by
Jose "Paco" Bravo.
Erimax owned and trained Dy
Tedro Solano, is a bay son of
JUcJial-Fabl?s Alfredo Vasquez
till be in the saddle.
.iiCarlota. a wown daughter
flamesis-Petite Miss, is owned by
(Jarlos lets and trained by Isaac
Jimenez Luis Giraldo has the
kg up on this speedy filly.
^Radical la a brown son of Jach-
will be ridden by
ens badly in the homestretch.
Mooshiner a slow beginner, has
cisplayed late foot. Don Brigido
could be a deeper but Eriraax and
Radical haven't shown much.
The secondary attraction will be
of i a $650 mile gallop with the im
roved Kiosco taking on Postino
vich, Vulcanizado and 8inn Fein-
er. The latter returns from a
.veil-deserved rest.
Venture. He
Jiian Gongora.
TDon Brigido. a brown colt by
tamesis-Staiaban. will be under
the powerful pushing of Blas A-
fcuirre. This promising animal is
the property of Mrs. Carmen Na-
varro de .A'*o?<,mena and is bemg
tiained by Vicente Vasques.
.IMonshiner a. bay son of Rumor-
Sly Love, is owned by the Stud
Oro Verde nd trained by Ibero
-Fernandez. Hustling Francisco
lancho" Rodriguez will to the
agat has been the most
sive of the group in workouts
Juan Franco lips
3Jal Alai
6__Devon Maiden
9Sally Spruce
im- 10Kloaco
11Joe's Fiddling
Ocean Star
Empire Magic
Sierra Velluda
Barge Royal
Sinn Felner
Bafbfi" 4:30, 6:70, 7:50 I
DIABLO HTS. 6:15 7:45
"Two Guns And A Badge"
Saturday "PASSION"_____
3rd Race "H" Native
7 Fgs. Purse:
1275.00 Pool closes: 1:45
1Volador F. Godoy 102x-Longshot possibility
2Ebony A. Verga. 117xDistance handicaps
3Camarn G. San. 110 Has strong finish
4Proton A. Ycaza 108 Ran well in last
5 A vi vat o F. San. 115x-NOt in this distance
6S. Velluda V. Castl. 120 --Form indicates
7Jai Alai F. Rodri. 122Should beat these
8(Villarreal E. Orte. 104Usually close up
9(Don Pitin .F. Rose 120Last doesn't count
4th Race, "F" Native
6V4 Fgs.Purse:
closes: 2:21
To Dominate Boston Marathon
.*-. a-* I l> aS-Sb. b. a** I I I 1 \ / atfaW .- *-V a-- k. a*** a I I ft \ J
4G. Fan
5T. Tilin
6Don Jaime
7 (Marilu
J. Phillips 110 Good recent races
B. Agul. 120Mutuels favorite
E. Pita G. 112Nothing to Indicate
C. Ramia R. 109Will score soon
D. Barrett 105xNot against these
K. Flores 115 Back in best form
C. A. Gon. 112xRider handicaps
F. San. lOOxLight weight could help
J. Gongo. 115 Excluded from betting
5th Race "D" Native 6"a Fgs. Purse: $300.00 Pool closes:
4La Enea
M. Ycaza 113 Was never better
F. San. 96xMust go lower
J. Bravo 122 Dangerous contender
J. Avila 117 Ready for payoff
A. Vas. 118Ran well in last
L. Glral. 119 Distance handicaps
B. Agul. 112 Quits badly in stretch
Race "H1
3P. Midi
4Y. Prince
5C. Edgar
6A. Fulmar
Imported 84 FgsPurse: $400.00 Pool closes:
First Race- of the Double
F. Rose 112 -Failed miserably In last
L. Giral. 110 Poor recent eprformances
J. Cado. 106 Could score at price
F. Hidal. 118 Way down in class
J. Phillips 115 Distance seems short
Racing to good form
J. Gongora 110 close up in last
K. Flores 113 Seeks third straight
9Lot O Trouble 112 Racing to top form
10Devon Maiden J. Bravo 110 Should be close up
"Special" 44 Fgs. Purse: $500.06 Pool closes:
Second Race of the Double
3Pappa Flynn
4 Pinebug
5Lazy Brook
7(Irish Profit
8(Welcome S.
J. Rodri. 115 Lacks early speed
A. Vas. 112 Has strong finish
A. Valdi. 110 Still too green
M. Ycaza 104 Plenty early foot
F. Hidal. 110 Shows good speed
F. Rodri. 110 Jockey wiU help
B. Agul. 114Improving steadily
J. Avila 115Unknown quantity
8th Race "Cotejo de Nacionales Purse: $1,000.00 Pool closes: 4:40
Classic" (Added) 4V4 Furlongs QUINIELA
5Don Brigido
J. Bravo 115 Has best workouts
A. Vas. 115 Hasn't shown much
L. Glral. 112 -Blazing early speed
J. Gongo. 115 -Not quite ready
B. Agui. 115 Will be close up
F. Rodri. 115 Has strong finish
BOSTON tNEA)Boston the
home of the bean, the cod and the
Brinks Robbtrylikes its foot
races on the long side.
Twenty-six miles and 385 yards
to be exact, it is at this distance
that one of the world's most fa
nious tests of wind and legs takes
piace 'n Aprt' 19.
That would be, of course, the
59th running of the Boston Mara-
thon, a brutal grind which be-
gins in suburban Hopkinton and
winds throtgh the streets of
Framingham Natick, Wellesley,
Newton. Brookline and then Bos-
ton itself.
The average person would shy
awy even from driving this dis-
tance, but in Boston it's a big
tilinga special salute to Pa-
triots' Day. A normal crowd for
tins event would be 500,000 and
from somewhere, the sponsoring
Eoston Athietic Association digs
up more than ISO entries.
From somewhere? Everywhere
is more like it. This year's field
is filled, as usual, with runners
Irom almost every part of- the
The run hasn't been won by an
American since John A. Kelly of
West Acton, Mass., strutted across
f'rst back in 1945. Since then, it
has been ruptured by runners
from Greece. Korea, Canada.
Sweden, Japan, Guatemala and
Finland whose colors came home
first last year as Veikko Karvo
r.n negotiated tne course in two
hours, 30 minutes and 29 seconds.
They come from all over to par-
ticipate in this event, with the
winner receiving nothing more
2:551 than a lot of applause, a Dig cup
and a mark For example, co-choices this
lime out an Reinaldo Gorno of
Argentina ano Gustaf Jansson of
Sweden. The pair finished 2-3 be
hind Em Jtopek in the 1962
Olympics. Stace then, Gorno has
shown a distinct liking for dis-
tance. He not only traveled all the
way to Japan, but he ran in the
Kamarkura Marathon, winning it
in two hours and 24 minutes.
With Karvonen and last year's
No. 3 finianer, Erkki Puolakke,
remaining in Finland, the class
loreign entries seem to be Gorno,
Janssen. three Japanese Yo-
shitaka Utchikawa, Sadaki Tan-
abe and Hidoo Hamamura,
Oh, ves, there will be Amer
icans in this Patriots' Day event.
The best probably are Pvt. John
J. Keller of New London. Conn.,
and Nick Costes, a Natick, Mass.,
schoolteacher. ,
Costes, who moels his running
after Josy Barthel, has been
'raining seriously for this one and
must be rated a chance.
You get a picture of the hold
the Boston Marathon has on New
England when you hear rumors
oi Clarence Harrison DeMar, a
seven-time winner loosening up
his legs. .
DeMar is a mere 67, but he
rame nome 78th last year and
brought the house down. John A.
Kelley, who is to compete in his
2Sth Maiathon, is taken for grant
id around here. After all, he's
only 47.



9th Race "E" Imported
7 Fgs.Purse:
$550.60 Pool el
: 5:15
2D. Club
3Barge Royal
4Proud Pearl
5Monte Rouge
6S. Spruce
8(G. Dame J. Gongo. 110 Tougher competition here 5-1
F. Hidal. 106 Showing Improvement
C. Chavez 107x-Must go lower
B. Agul. 113 Hard to beat here
E. Orte. 105 Not (rood enough
A. Vas. 115 Surprised In last
F. Rodri. 115 Should win again
F. Godoy 109xNothing to indicate
10th Race "C" Imported 1 Mile Purse: $650.60 Pool closes: 5:46
1Postlnovlch F. Hidal. 105 Distance suits style
2Vulcainzado J. Jime. 103 Nothing recently
3Kiosco F. Godoy 107xForm indicates
4S. Felnner L. Giral. 115 Returns from layoff
11th Raee "ft" Imported 1 Mile Parse: $500.66 Pool closes:
24 Years in National League
Written for NEA Service
QUESTION: A runner on
base breaks for second. The bat-
ter foul tins the ball and it goes
into the catcher's mitt The re-
ceiver, noting that the runner has
The Yanks think they have a
mighty une young ball-piayer,
and they are dead certain they
have a mign.y fine young man, in
Elston Howard, the first Negro to
come into the Staaium as a mem-
ber of the varsity.
Howara, wno has been in the
farm chain since '49, was talent-
cu enougn tj achieve Most Valua-
ble in tne International last sea-
son, ana presumuoiy is tne coior-
ea piayer the Yaruts have been
*aiuug lor aii this lime.
Wnen Urancn Mjckey oroke the
coior lire in J, most o ins col-
league* went aiung witn him, out
uoi unl tney haa first paused to
i.ce wnot eaeci puouc leaxiion
woula nave uu uie oox office, bev
eiai oi uiem rusueu oui aiAi aiga-
ea coiorea players seemingly or
no outer re.ii-un uian io capitalize
un a new treno.
Meanwniie, me Yanks conti-
i.ueu to uc1 XUO peictiu Cauca-
sian persuunei, ncuug a u uiey
iidun t nearu oi Jim crow s assas-
sination mi was too inviting an
opportunity tor raDbie rouser ami face o evil forces and nasty,
..esque fcriups iu ignuie. iuey snarling attacks, their scorn for
aisu got grauiiiious support trom' hypocrisy and expediency,
jaciiic iwuir.suu, wnu joiiicu in f.-wir determination to
have no trouble making the team.
At tne same time, the Yanks let
it be known that tney weren't go-
ing to carry colored players mere
i y to prove they were without
prejudice, or to appease profes-
sional agitators.
It is no secret the Yankee front
office has been under almost con
stant lire since Brooklyn signed
Kooaftson. twice the American
Labor party, said to be crawling
with Commies, picketed the Sta
uium. fhere has been a steady
torrent of atusive, even threaten
ing, mail and a great number of
pUone calls.
Whether tne Ynks' attitude to
ward colored players is exactly
Ms they have stated it, only
Messrs. Topping, Webb and Weiss,
the hign brass would know. By
the same taxen, only they would
know whether they could .have
required a colored player of ac-
ceptable merits earlier than they
In any case, it seems to me
tiieir rlusal to stampede in the
mtfcfer smokeT
take a
stand, and unwaveringly fight for
it. is all to iheir creait.
Pushing people around, dating
back to the Redcoats, has never
been populai in this country, and
the appncaliun of such tactics, un
cer the bogis banners of liberal-
2T. Lodge
3Joe's Fiddling
7Tiger's T.
E. Orte. 105 -Distance to liking
Mena R. 109x -Longshot special
A. Vas. 115 Did nothing in last
E. Pita o. 10 Not with this rider
F. Hlda*. 105 Distance handicaps
F. Godoy 115xReturns from layofl
M. Ycaza 108 Rates good chance
F. Rodri. 118Dangerous contender
B. Agui. 115 Everything indicates
uie cry oi racial prejucace.
it is omy iir to nuie. However,
first i Laai sun ace aspects oi uie muu-
uou coutu not iMfayS nave .ueen
loo reassuring, eva to tne more
icmue.aie, uiuUgiiiiul minus.
L\ie contrasts were fciarigly
mp on hi, allows the sbatp in suoway senes w-eu ism, can scarcely call for a more
tall to drop. Does this mean thelbiama or Dooger woula have tolerant or ^eneri/us understand-
unner must return to first base? uiiee oi four coiUiea pmyei in ingj.
-Lou McMorrow. tne lineup, tne Yanxs invariably
Aaawer: TWa year umpires are none.
'it the Yanks werent guilty as
chargeu, inoy were cerUuuy go-
ing out ot u.eir way looting tor
troubleuie Kind oi trouoi*: Liat
can oe verv serious in a commu-
nity wnere mere is auo a great
ueal ot nonest sentiment anout tne
oignuy ox bub.
Revitalize Your Kidneys
Fight Backache Rheumatism
If you ara faailac run-dew. Oat up
Nlrnta, or luffar from Baekaofca, atroni
cloudy urina. Buraln*- Paaaaffaa, Rhu-
mati.m, Lag PaJna. 8wolln Anklaa.
NerTouanaaa. Dltainaaa. aa4 faal aid
befora your Urna, kMaar trouMa ajar
ba tha cauaa.
Wron* food and drUkj. worry, eotda
or orrrwork placa a kaavy traja on
roar ktdnara ao that thar function
peerlr and ofta ma- - bara to
proparly purify your I ad Wlatal
haaltk and anargr
> Taaar Klauiys
A.faat actln internal madkfna ajlad
Crrlaa. daTalord tar tha Kaas Clial
Lhberaiory of Loa Aneaba. California,
la now helping thouaand. to rOTltallM
kldtiay action In thaM S poaHlTa waya:
1. Helpa kldnara claan out potaonona
aeMa and purify tha blood. S. Combat
ganna In tha urinary aystam. S. iootbat
and calm Irrliatad tiaauea.
Cyatav la bow Importad by laadlni
dmggian, ao thara St ao aaod of ajiy-
ojjo auffcrlng from Backacba. Oattlnf
Up Mghta and tha othar aymptomi
montlonad a bora without tha baaaflti
of thla great raadtetna.
Gat Cyatas from rour druggta aada)
Mi H how qulekr/ It help* M roa
as tha road ta bwttar baallta
C'ieVawadai a*.*. _\
Phone 2-25C4
loe iact is, uie nns sought
to make it clear Irom tne sun
tuat any coUreo piayer woo mea
ured up to their standaras would
making it a judgment play, li
tney teel tne caicaer uropped it
inteatioeaUy, the raaaer is al-
lowed te rntala at second base
n ae successtuuy advanced there.
Q. How many majos leaguers
Lit nime run* in every park tney
played in last season? Joseph
lo we.
A. Eight National Leaguers hit
a homer in every park, oat only
Larry Doby of Cleveland ac-
complished this fat the American
Morgantown. W. Va. (NEA)
West Virginia's basketball team
traveled 9620 miles this past win
There is, oi course, no guaran-
tee that young Howard is going
o come through as a real big
icaguer. The scouts sre uniformly
hign on him and his '54 creden-
tials '.33u, 22 homers and 100
runs baited in) are admittedly im
The fact remains, however, that
it a still a long jump to the ma
jors, even from the highest minor,
and the ultimate test must always
be in actual competition.
There is very little likelihood
tnat Howard will chase Yogi Ber
ra off the dob, and there is even
substantial noobt that he .would
rate ahead ol Chaney Silvers if
injury sidelines Berra for any
irngth of time. Too inexperienced,
lor one thing
.. Still, it s a pleasure to welcome
him to the Stadium. His team
mates and ais manager have only
the nicest things to say of him.
And they still talk glowingly a-
bout the tremendous home run he
walloped out of the park to beat
be Bums in Miami last month.
And as the first Negro to earn;
a full-length appraisal with the'
Yanks, he becomes the formal
.means by which an ugly thing is
crushed and a game Is restored
to its proper perspective and func I
From now on, suppose we lust!
let the Yanks concentrate on play- ,
ing ball.
flavo you diacoreted whet
"Flavor Control" haa doe
to White Owls? Nerer-no,
never to ear knowledge has
there been dger ao light
ad mild with ao much rich,
satisfying flavor.
Light up-and ace why
White Owl'e "FUvor Con-
trol" is miking dgu history!
It means; Pield-byi.lrl .doe
tioa of tobacco, cae-by.4aM
curing, box-by-box condi-
tioningto give yon top ne-
ver in every White Owl von
Sunday, April 17, At 4:30 p. m.
Matador.: FELIX BBJONES (Mealcao) IfS MATA (Spaniard)

Relief Stint
Beats Braves
Teanu W
Chicago "...- 3}
Milwaukee ..
St. Louis .,.
Pittsburgh .
New York ..
Cincinnati ..
OB Teams W t l*et.
- Boston ...... 2 0 1.000
Vfc Cleveland ... 2 0 1.000
Vi.Chicago ..... 1 1 -000
lftlNew York... 1 1
Washington .11 -500
Kanaas City 1 2 -J
Detroit ...... 1 2 .888
Baltimore ... 0 2 -000

Brooklyn at New \ov.
Philadelphia at Pittsburgh
No other games acheduiaa
Chicago 011000 018- 18 1
Cincinnati 000 002 11-4 9 0
Rush, jeffcoat (1-0) Pollet and
C Valentine, Minarcjn. Lane
1), EJlppsteln and. Bailey-
Milwaukee OIOIOUOOOO-T 10
St. Louts 010 01018101-*
Conley, Jolly, oorin, Koslo h
andRlce, Sarnl.
Cleveland at Detroit
New York at Boaton.
Cleveland 200 030 XL-* "
Detroit 100 020 0008 6
Brooklyn 000410*00-10 10
New York 010110 320
Grissom and Westrum Katt
Garcia (1-0) tndHMift
Hoeft (0-1). Zuverlnk, Aber,
Flowers and House.
Kansas City OOOOOOlOO-l 8 1
Chicago 020 00212*-1 10 i
B. Shanti (0-1. Dixon and w
Shantz, Robertson.
Consuegra (1-0) and Loller.
11010212x8 10
2 New York
(1-0), Hughes and Tostn
Grim (0-1), Sturdevant
031000000-4 8 0
200 000 0013 3
(1-0) and Lopata.
Berra. _:
Nixon (1-0), Kinder and White
Wade and Atwell._________ wasnmgwn---------------------
Dickinson Is
ier For
Idol Hogan
Lett of aseries
By NEA Service
Former Lightweight
Champ Ad Wolgasl
Dies In California
champion Ad wolgast, who held
the world title from 1910 to 101,
died yesterday at Camarlllo
State Hospital after a long ill-
ness. He was 67,
Wolf ait, the famed "Michi-
gan Assassin" of the ring dur-
ing his eolarfal career, had
been confined to hospitals
since 1936 as a result of brain
injuries suffered in the ring.
18 tOt)
Kddle Stanley's big winter deal
raid ^ its first dividend today
1 when Frank Smith displayed the
1 powerful relief pitching which
1 the St. Louis cardinals believe
lViwill make them a National
l% League pennant contender.
Smith, acquired from Cincin-
nati last December for third-1
baeoroin Ray jablonskl and
pitcher Oerry staley, made a
winning debut for the Cardinals
yesterday whence hurled the,
last three Innings of an ll-'n-
nlne, 8-7 victory over the Mil-
waukee Braves. Smith took; over
with the Braves leading, 7-0, and
shut them out with only one hit
the remainder of the way.
Given the sturdy, late-inning
relief pitching which they
lacked so often In M, the
Cardinals tied the. score on
Stan MosUl's ninth- Inning
name run and wan the game
when rookie centerfielder Bill
Virdon hit his drat big league
Sund tripper In the 11th. Bed
hoendienst, Rip Rep.UU
and Wally Kteen abe hit hom-
ers for the Cardinals while
Bobby Thomson and Danny
O'Connell homered far the
At that, the 27-year-old Smith
almost deprived himself of the
victory with a boner which re-
called the famous blunder In
1908 which made Fred Merkle of
the New York Giants immortal.
Moon had singled with Smith
on first and Bob Stepbanaon oh
third In the 10th Inning, Ste-
phenson trotting home with
what appeared to be the winning
run. But the alert Braves notic-
ed that Smith neglected to
touch second base and threw
the ball there forcing out the
pitcher and nullifying the run.
The old spring axiom that the
pitchers are ahead of the luttcrs
took a beating yesterday as N.L.
sluggers pounded out a total of
20 homers In four games. The
major league record of 2* home
runs in one day was set in
seven games on July 18, I960.
A total of six home runs were
hit as the Brooklyn Dodgers ru-
ined the world champion New
York Giants' home opener with
10-8 triumph. Don Newcombe,
By t
j. j. harrison jr

HOW IT'S DONE Spanish bullfighter Luis Mata, who makes hto local debut Sunday at the
Macarena bullring, displays the correct form during a recent performance in Mexico yUy- Ma-
ta will alternate wlthMexleo's Felix Briones. They, will kill two bulls each. The bulls are
pure-bred fighting bulls espedaly imported from Mexico by LA Macarena syndicate.__________
Plummer, Cho&late Sla
For Final Workouts Today
MAIN ROAD, assigned 126 a bad spill in which Bias Agu
pounds in the 89000 Guardia riding Cocktail, was the vlet
Nacional classic to be run this Winchester and Grand
Sunday over nine furlongs, will had led into the stretch, bv
not take part In this event. with about 80 meter of the rate
Instead, entry mate Sugar left, Agulrre coming very strong-
Plum, which was listed a.s ellgl-'ly, .pointed hie mount for as
ble for the classic at 112 pounds, opening between the two lead-
will take Main Road's place and era.
Pancho Rodriguez, who was Alcldes and Pancho immdi,-
slated to ride the Anguizola sta- ttely sandwiched Agulrre and
ble's big bay, ill be up on Sug- horse and rider rolled over in
ar Plum. the dust alter the maneuver.
%. ., Luckily for Agulrre, be was only
Main Road s next, appearance ihaken up but Cdektall had t*
will be in the $15 000 President be laid up for some time,
of the Republic Classic sched-
uled for May l at a distance of 4 There la some logic in the
one mile and five-eighths. There stewards' decisin but the
Is a possibility thaTtwo ellmln- Vld perhaps relent a little And
atlon races may be held on April make an exception in the YeaAA
24 if there are more than 10 <* considering their records
horses entered for Panama'stor dean. efficient and apper-
blggest racing event tnly honest riding. The Ycasas
could be given the green light
to ride together on a probe*
tionary basis and at the fleet
sign of monkeyahlnes the priv-
ilege could be denied.
Federico Plummer of Panam a
City and Chocolate Vlllaclarefto
of Havana, Cuba today were
scheduled to go through final
hard workouts; for their ten -
round match at the Colon Are-
na Sunday night
GARDNER Dickinson, Jr., is
7,-yearala Dothan,. Ala, product
who can be expected to supply no
veriety among the faces to golf-
ing fansdespite the promise he
That's beciuse Dickinson, is a
carbon copy of Ben Hogan. In
looks, swSg, tempersment sod
even personal mannerism*, this
Louislans SUle University grsdu-
ate is nothing more tbsn s re-
flection of his idol Hogan. -
' o berin with Dickinson is a
firm advocate of practicing until fought 145 bouts, winning 85. He
his arms get wear?. At college he lost his title on Nov. 28, J912,
hit m-Me practice balls, accord! when Willie Ritchie was award-
ing to Coach Mike Barbate, than ed the crown on a foul at Daly
Wolgast wo the lightweight
crown on Feb. 22, 1910, at Port
Richmond, Calif, from Battling
Nelson m -ffieTOnr-Wnd of a
fight generally ranked as one
of the greatest in ring history.
Hospital officials said Wolgast
died of bronchial pneumonia. He
had been seriously ill for several
During his career, Wclgast
any LSU golfer in 20
City, calif.. In IB rounds.
Wolgast and Ritchie never
were rematehed. Ritchie lest
has title to Freddy Welsh on
points at London, England,
July 7. 1914.
Wolgast was in retirement
from September 1916 to Septem-
ber 1920. He retired after fight-
ing a four-round draw with Lee
Morrlssey on Pert. 6,1920, In San
Bernardino, Calif.
Tonight, at 7:00 p.m. at the
Balboa Stadium, the second
game of the Fastllch League
playoffs will be played between
the conejos and Ocelots.
This Is a "must" game for
Ocelots for should they dron
this one, the Conejos will cinch
the 1955 title ,
Orlando Nunez will most like-
ly be the starting choice with
Vemon Sanders m reserve for
the ocelots with Bruce Bateman
doing the catching. For the Co-
1 nejos, Lem Klrkland will start
' rith Roger Million doing- the
He a,o ha< a desire to take it Should the series end tonight
ah that reames fieree levelsa t the two finalist will receive the:
umes. Be p&cked his bags to quit respective trophies.
LSU because ot losing s match Game time: 7:00 p.m.
when he was t sophomore. Place: Balboa Stadium.
Gardner Dickinson
who was a disappointment in
his first mound test of the sea-
sen, drove In three runs with
two homers and Roy Campanella
and carl Furlllo also homered
for the Giants, who dropped
their -second-atralgM game-el
the new season.
Tenth-Inning homers by Ran-
som Jackson and Ernie Banks
enabled the Chicago Cuba to de-
feat the Cincinnati Redlegs, 6-4,
and run their winning streak to
three games. The Cubs had gone
ahead in the top of the ninth
when pitcher Hal jeffcoat hom-
ered but the Redlegs tied the
score in the bottom naif of the
frame on O us Bell's two-out
round tripper. It was the third
straight loas for the Redlegs.
Herman Wehmler's six-hit
pitching paced the Philadel-
phia PhUlies to a 4-3 win over
the Pittsburgh Piratea In a
game that produced "only"
tnree homers. Willie Jones hit
one for Philadelphia while
rookie Ramon- Mejias and
Preston Ward homered for the
Pirates. Wehmeier's victory ex-
tended his lifetime record a-
galnst the Piratea te 19-7.
Mike Garcia, a 19-game win-
ner, last season, pitched a rix-
hltter ad Al Smith and Jim Be-
gan homered to lead the Cleve-
land Indians to their second
straight wina 5-8 decision over
the Detroit Tigers. Billy Hoeft's
three walks eontrlbtued to a
two-run Cleveland first lnnln?.
.Smith's second homer In as
many games gave the Tribe two
more In the fifth and Hegan'c
blow closed out the scoring in
the ninth.
Willard Nixon, with relief aid
from Ellis Kinder, was the win-
ning pitcher .as the Post on Red
9ox beat the New York Yankees,
8-4, while Sandy consuegra
Ditched a three-nitter to give
the Chicago White Sox a 7-1 tri-
umph over the Kai sas city Ath-
letics. Nixon now has a 5-1 life- rounds^Tne
time mark against the Yankees
while consuegra has beaten the
Athletics six consecutive times
since Julv 26, 1953 and owns an
11-5 rr*t*m*j mr|r awtrist them.
BBIB, 11*11 n

Plummer is substituting for
Joltin' Joe Brown "-of New Or-
leans who la suffering from an
Infected ear. A>car,ding to pro-
moter Enrique Martin, the ear
Infection will incapacitate
Brown for ten days. Brown ar-
rived from New Orleans Wednes-
day night and has a doctor's
certificate to prove that he I
Yesterday Plummer, who has
been in constant (raining
since beating Jese Edwin al-
most a month ago, signed a
contract to replace Brown in
the main event Sunday night
Chocolate,meanwhile, looks
better every day during hia
workouts at the Colon Arena.
The Cuban has been giving Da-
niel Ward a dally going over
and appears to be In up-top
condition for his Isthmian de-
The highly rated nephew of
former world lightweignt cham-
Drag Races Sunday
At Pacora Airstrip
Automobile draa races are
scheduled to be held Sunday at
the Pacora airstrip. The races
will get underway at 9:30.
highlyWHlSmSSR g' Championship Shoot at the
Was Everyone is invited. So, Canal Zone Policei Pistol Range,
come on out and check your car Brazosjrook^cahal Zone, at
on the quarter mile strip.
The best time for cars Is 17.65
seconds and for motorcycles 14.-
90. Try your car against these
The results of the last races:
(first three cars)
Ford rod Art 17*6 1st
Mercury 1955 Daniels 17.87 2nd
Ford 1955 Davis 17.77 3rd
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Fore? Golfer

Uses Shotgun
On Ball Thief
C.Z. Police Annual.
Championship Shoot
Scheduled April 23
The Canal Zone Police Divi-
sion Guards will hold their An-
9:00 a.m., April 23.
This match will be under the
direction of Sgt. J. F. Morris.
Competitors making the three
highest scores will be awarded
prizes as follows:
(a) First ........... Trophy
(b) Second .....Silver Medal
(c) Third.....Bronze Medal
These prizes will be presented
by Major G. Herman, Chief, Po-
lice Division and Capt. R. w.
Griffith, Assistant Chief.
Below listed are Guards quali-
fied for the annual champion-
Balboa Central Station
JOSE BRAVO has been busy
getting his papera In order'to
leave for Mexico where ha
K" mi to ride for a big stable
plans to go on to Califor-
nia later when the stable for
which he will ride moves to the
Bravo had obtained a juicy
contract In the States for his
young son Jose Jr. now starring
as a rider In Peru, but the ar-
HARRY GRAY80N, sports
columnist of The Panama Amer-
ican, yesterday quoted Joe Dl-
Magglo as saying "I weigh feu*
pounds less than what was my1
best playing weight.''
One may wonder if the old
rangements feU through wheni"Ytn,te* Clipper" hasn't been
Peruvian racing officials would
not allow the youngster *o ac-
cept the pact- until he loses his
THE RIDING Ycaza brothers,
Alejandro and Manuel, have
written a petition (signed by
many Juan Franco owners and
trainers) to Panama's Oambling
Board asking that they be
granted permission to ride to-
gether in the same races.
Because of their capable and
earnes^-lding, the services of
both'b|fc ej-e much sough aft-
er and In many cases they are
offered mounts that at least one
has to turn down because his
brother is up on another horse
In the same race.
Juan Franco's officials frown
on having brothers compete In
the same races for< two main
reasons. The public Is always
apt to believe that close rela-
tives may have matters "fixed"
between them and, on the other
hand, In their determination to
keeping his waistline down wor-
rying over the recent rrackup of
his marriage to screen siren Ma-
rilyn Monroe.
,Los Angeles (NEA)-There aM
three female teaching pros eg
staffs of major California gqtt
"curses Helen Detwejller at
Thunderbiru. Palm Springai
Barbara Ransom. Sacramente:
and Shirley Sprok at Fox Hills
Country Club Culver City.
Saratoga Springs, N.Y.(NEA)
-Only one Hyperion colt will be
offered at auction hi the nation
this yearand buyara will i
their chance to bid for it at
annual Saratoga Sales.
George F. Earle, Leo M. Blades, mttke'" that one < of the
Edward M. Jemmott and Crispin^ cl^n.w, 8' }hV may .eam up
n resorting to foul tactics.
8. Mayers.
MANCHESTER, England (NEA) Cristobal Central Station
Members r,f the Ssndbach Ooun-| -Albert 8. Hunter, Hubert L.
try Chib were disturbed about the Gould and Alexander E. Bloom-
golf ball stealing of Blackie, a'field,
course Langxr-on.
In two years, ,the bird hsd womens* Prison and Juvenile
filched 800 balls. C. C. Fear,; Jssll
t member, was nominated to1
stop this. He packed a shot- Ruben 8- Cohen
gun In his bag and then drove a Canal Zone Penitentiary
fall to the spot where Blsckie. John R. Bovell, Harold Malo-
stayed. ney, Cecil H. Hall, Ralph E.
He then fired awayand Blac- Holder, Francis C Nelson, Elvin
kie, a crow that used to swoop l. Butcher, Jerome A. Yearwood,
down from a tree and fly away .Alfred B. Warner. Lester
with sny ban In light, was dead, chase, Roy Bell and Feorge
1 The most noted brother com-
binations at Juan Franco In
recent yean have been the
Rodrlguei boys, Alcldes and
Pancho, and the Sllveras, Jim-
my and Gerald.
The Ycaxa case brings to
mind an Incident which occur-
red some 10 years ago when Al-
cldes and Pancho, up on the
Gustlnes trained entry of Win-
chester and Grand villa caused
Sports Shorts
fofftball Tournament
united For Paraso
I The Paraso Civic Council's
., N. Y. -(NEA)
pion *u onocj.ai,a wm ot -,rbi Boston lied Sox snd the Mil-sports committee today an-
lng his fourth victory In five wauKee Braves will play in the nounced that it plans to hold a
1958 fights. Hla last time out utn Hall of Fsme exhibition i Softball tournament April 30 at
the. Paraso diamond.
The tournament will be limit-
ed to ten teams-
Jefferson Joseph, president of
he was on the losing end of a game at Cooperstown's Double-
hlgly disputed split decisin a-'3iy Field in July 85.
gainst Jimmy Ford of the US
Pittsburgh (NEA) D i c k the Rainbow City Civic Council.
Grost, Pirates' shortstop, never;has promised to send three teams
Slaved minoi league balL He to the tourney.
roke in ss a first stringer and The five other teams that
hit 281 for the Bucs in 1952. jhave already been entered are
-------_ Norge, Shoos. Elks unity. Jus-
.PAYS TO WIN ... ... ..tice Lodge Elks and Cervecera.
Oceanport, N.J. (NEA) Mon| The tournament will be a one-
:nouth Park has raised values on day championship with awards
its major stakes, with the Mon- for f|rst gecond and third place
mouth HandlesPjor^ three-year- iUim, mnd o tor t}it batting
In Havana.
The winner of Sunday's]
fight may be rewarded with
a meeting with Joltin' Joe aa
soon aa his bad ear heals.
Plummer'* handlers feel that
he will win easily despite be-
ing contacted to take on Cho-
colate on such short notice.
The semifinallsts will also be
going ail out in order to gat
future bookings. Baby Hawkins
of Colon and Ernesto Held will
be slugging it out In a show-
down contest. These boys bat-
tled to a thrilling draw the last
tune they met This time they
are slated to swap punches *Jt plete his all star program.
a 147-pound limit over eight General admission la only $1.00
general consensual (one dollar).
Encanto Today .35,
Marlon Brando, la
. Guy Rolfe, In
DSAL Todoy JO,
Chapters 4 H 5
olds now worth (75.000.
of opinlot) Is that the bout will
not go the limit.
Two fpur round bouts com-
champion, leadlna pitcher
top home-run hitter.
Interested parties may con-
tact J. Lone, Tel. 4-823: Roddv
Prince, 4-508; Achille Pettlt. PG.
Box 584'Pedro Miguel; or P. D.
Robertson, Box 813, Pedro Mi-

You could put Ben Hogan ana
Dickinson sHe dji side on a prac-
tice tee and people would have
difficulty telling tne two of them
part, even when they swing.
Both have the same dark hair and
tuwk-llke features
Dickinson oegan jjolfing when
he was 14, finishing second in the
Georgia in'erscholastic Cham-
^Sympathetic Fan
jets Kansas City
At Ton 0* V*ndirg
MEMPHIS. April 15
(OT) -
pionslup. He von It the next '"two!* ?*^^5^, years, then wect to L8, where te American League recently,
be wa national intercollegiate'p.lthourh in a four-way tie for
kmi in 1847 rst place, because a sympathe-
"c news-aper gave in to a home-
Dickinson' 5-10 and weighing tcw^ r!"
only 13Q pounds, waa a ueu^wani
;.i the Arm for two year rfns
ulands Hade Youno
-Vigour Renewed
Without OperalkM
If TOT f ' old MM** tout USM of
ufftr from nrv bra! and ply*Mal
wsakn. ron win

I ftad new tappUM**
B4*Ut I* M Anwrtr* *?
c.vtry wSleh.raateras.reatani
vinar tnd 1tltt iulrt tk
towatmrat In tablt form, df*eo**r*
" ^B esme oof to Wt'the gotf fraii
His first tournament was. the
Pan-Americai Open at Me :i
City in 1853and a first round 68
caught tbfe >e of Hogan B-1
eobably seeing himself in the
d, hired Dirk n rr.' as s
tant at Ta.narask Country
Palm Springs. Can/
The Memphis press-Sclmltir
hPd the top teams listed with
:"'nsas citv in fourth place rn-
i a telephone caller pleaded
th sports editor George Bug
1 e that "Ml' probably be the
' -ly time this season they havr
i chance to be listed frit"
The nert ed'.t'.-n of the paper
* ednesfV-. *-*4t*nsrs Ctl
Ciub i "* s'-- in;ion, Ecs-
tjn and Cleveland.
r aa Amartela Oetner Abu^vufi
oawrat inJnmii powjfel I"*]}
tor known f clano. It ct IrfwU j
on four glands. Mrva. aod Tltal wr- .
ana, kulldt *w. pur MnML aa*
works ao fast thai you eaa aa*
Saw) ao* bod powar an* Tlfwr. *Ja>
asaaa of Ita natural artloa an flaad*
aad aarraa. roar brain perwor.
ar iod oyewUrat ofton lmp"^o '
An' mi aimima now Kb
T1B..U. rant orar, eaAad VI- Tab*, baa
baca toaiad and arvad b tbouaaaoa
and la now avaJlabU at ail cbemlau
bara <1*t VI-Taba toda. Pat It to th
tant. Sao tha bla quirk |niprvmant
Taka taa fan bolUa. which laaU atcW
ara It will aako ou fall af
leour. enarn aad altaltiy. aa*
faal vr* yaonnar. A '
bottlo of 4* vt.Tahi coot llttl
aw* tan _ 0t VI Tb-
W *" *SWaW rkcmlot taMln.<
aa.f.r.a al.abaa. .*' VltmUt
" ".Y
give new tirt safety
MILWAUKEE C^RP1N8-Warrea Spahn. Owne Conley and Del CrandaU, left to right, cback the
right field fence at Milwaukee's County Stadium. The fence in right -
brought in 15 feet crjth a ki*h*r 'w addad ^catlda the old on*
ahor tened
The fenece in right and left fele" Have
1. The tmooth tire la thoreughly inspected before
work ia done.
Same high-quality tread material me used In
new tires ia carefully applied".
Scientific control of time and temperature
assures toughness and maximum wear.
Final inspection Inside and outside
aaauraa safety.
Save up to' more than 50% of what a
tire costs. -
Automobile Row 39, Panama
Tele. 3-4563 and 3-4564
Servicio Para Ante, 8 A. (Miel
Ante Aeceaorlos -*
Sterling Oarage
Agendas Max D- Ultea
Estacin Sansn ,M .
Arias v Cia. ^
Auto Partas OUoa

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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Mrs. Oveta Culp Hobs, ee-
rotary of health, education and
welfare, cal.d the conference
for next i Prid to plan fop fair
-. .. distribution of the vaccine. She
...'ta a pile itup On one of many- m, acted on orders by President
44 Is\ o getting some sound ad e Eisnhower. the confer-
Mrs. Hdbby said the confer-
nce-. ._lolIo every Posolble
means for lUzng eQual oppor-
tunity for immunization for all
those who wish it as quickly as
She said representatives of the
American Medical Aaociatlon
and other Inedical groups, the
National Foundation for Infan-
tile Paralysis, Ihe Association of
State and Territorial Health Qf-
ficers and members of the drug
industry would par#cipate.
Any prior system for vac-
cination or otWer plans for t bh-
neling the vaclde would deped
on voluntary cooperation.. "he
government at present, has no
&.thoty to -ontrol distribution
Wthe vacIe a ouman'foI
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Parliament, Call

For Elections

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set by all m o e ,vil lathe home in Massachusetts was hap- LONDON 11 P -8
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ti ioclae milon children
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to immunize 4 112 million
more children under the two-
shot system.
Dr. Salk, who developed the
vaccine, had recommended a
new system be set up for giv-
ing the shots by which persons
would be given two shots se-
parated by an interval of two
to four weeks followed by a
booster shot set earU than
seven months after thetsecond
dose. -
Dr. HMart Van Ri Foun-
dation medical direct' said
the decision to follow ie two-
shot system was made on re-
commen daton of 'the Pounda-
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Of J**bseonfi) sea
A bompa woman Isn Vt or-
from serious head and bak in-
juries while her husbanW Her-
berFlatts, faces an -tult
charge in ete'talboi Magls-
tra Court. :
AecordIng to a. poce report,
wItwesse said Flata and his
_nte-old wife MutM- were
SiA over money, they
She. wa pushed Lr the
ing d of her second r res
Sdenee. eoth are na an
The woman landed at the foot
of the stairs of the flrt floor,
id was rushed to OorgA lHos-
pi for observation 4Wnd treat-
ment of head and back ries.
ter husband who Is : --oyed
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pono "aon tats. all c e w partIcAotsted
, Today he said:- "At this point in last year's field trial but re-
we should get out of-eatlmated celved a test substance instead
and get into actualities. T he of the actual polio vaccine.
,drug firms now h vliMcensed The ttal number of these
product nbw and ould be a-two groups Is-, etmantd to be
ble to say how much vaccine 9 million. The foundation also
they can produce by July 1." will give booster sho to the
440,000 children who received
Protection ain the cr the accne a the 194 trials
pling disease, Ich until this
week remained a dream, was Van Riper and Basil O'Con-
becoming an actuality. Even as nor, Foundation president, an-
Van Riper spoke the first of bounced the Foundation's de-
millions of American young- cison on the two-shot system
aers was receiving inocula- at a press conference.. O'Con-
tions. nor said the cost to the Foun-
The foundation was planning dation In providing the vaccine
to inmunize all children In the to the children would amount
first and n ond grades to approximately 6 million dol-
throughout the United States lars.

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with 11 perso ard for ras out by ther lrs
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Embasy In' Panaa requested A total of .
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nIt,'is a Jekyll and yde. the Teatro Naclonal wi a ne
He also writ" e
This s.nrLv0lbat'rIn Helfetz thinks the problem
wa a "i .a. ;a._'tT" .eI 1Of bringing enou h good uthl-
wenamade tyeae.ay OiMh and Ci c to Paname one of Vag-
pnama where e l -cation. He thinks every u d
hours rest after alrival frm should start to play an
Roicamen Ai rt iItattheageoffivewhether
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can concert tour. l e don't expect every yot-
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. "hsd* Id parents is th#A they don't frrbe
Referring to JiM oyl under the child to practice," he said.
which name he op Hndlegets smiled and reema
h, ) n ularme hN ovp ets .that his parents even had to
., p.,5 r- t of force him oc adnally.
mine, ebut he Aftrthe ilhasbeen. ex-
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ale would9'tn* ) to gives have to be highly trained to
rip bu..t he reca, a,92.. I if they don't know it-.they-fed
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are received gratefully 'and are handilyl Ily. confidential mtng o waged M."-
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T l de pahis hd don't e Ii i. t*' ep e' t e zeady haa s e od san 1 sturb-
s o joy Lch es oublished innthe Ord *f- "the
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A salte to you, Gibraltar Life Little Leaguers. You play ed t Southern Ea a m.eri,
erful game, time after time. Gallant in loss and gallafit Dfring these two .ea 0

aA"M ^oth^^ BBterl^^ 11211 Crn T. .
- you gave us a season of good.basball; an exhibition sponsibl elrnerts, whao is .t fab a t
htleon in teamwork one we adult can use, tidily, ite-hap en d ng irr l

will larm totlh caused and o iniUWatsarueden
S 1,. ions, declared open war. B Nati Tall .. _i t.f--
S. erage boys displayed t without number Wth the companies and the us- t count mor t r the Nv l

mrit-o t m ore t ao e rr oe s .. a hw N&o ) l 1rb
, J, . .?e means. ions' national headqa rter s h p .a i iscs in as aoe m

marasder acy m ... Acg
;: l : :r lfaoall for Honear- t.atwas Gibraltar ,Life Little IP... ty;"blown up a key hbrid a-V-_ oweufula -' Phenw.
ai thorough hbreds all. Hall to you -- and thanks for aW iV-opry;,.. b low up d av kel bi ae H r K. Ci d' a IA S
rful season o excellent entertainment, all laced with those eae H rce cut o s ehY. o:l i
Qualities which we mo admireae nd stui rto attain You siashe cables, cut off some 50,000, m S.-
yualLittle wh L eaguers never, everand to att. telephones; s h ot oit homes, and counts .at m uinr as the te Roosevelt. He it
i y Little Leaguers ever, o f cau communications of government the .S.A.a
And to you Jim Ridge another year and another time to insta lla ons, th e Air Defens no ther r t ar o
s while most of the world b as 9 0' m ,
y, "Thanks for your help yours and your com paA s. mand, the Ati National Guard, air!
oral thosethn that aresompor tant tea bunchof craft- lht services and wethereen sn wars, the we er al t cheek as ao
s warm sympathy, your understanding, your re hi urt facilInt e ra e I here s to hen aiit eeid g. gh t ar h tee
and ral support people like you, Jim, are the rough but conservative estin- ime of the Pan A n rin Union. a
we p aent need to make our boys into splendid men: the telephon that the cost of rikes both' wig o thess Pa t .ooath .

beng that crtc, aute yut!" g ,the telephone aand railroad strikes ] e of te p n Unsn.e t
being that crutch, we salute al in property damse, wages and NUTS FOR N ERGER who loved him l
to Joe Cicero we are so profoundly proud to have r.ro ts runs upward of $50 000.000. ei-hg in l he o sn ia d r a
ar your alaxy Tohave r boy art of yo l h railroad strike is ga other idaay two young men were poverty so g trick heShwer
rv o atch xed ,, ap o p o m r area where therery discussing Wa hingtoln's favorite mi nstrat on hoho ,am a. "

work. hvel watched the "easny .l o tutlo ao re a M of ter to y -- eient topic fe atft onversaUo n-a squr NO, E-,An o' w t
and honi dwosed out to our boy, a r oe to counties on tre tit r cit .utono wthemy oe.eDtt eus

;* a thanks ca t ici o ol No^ tr ation. WAHINGTON (aNfEtnA) irs t coureentatives wol beht coverede ew e o ret. Woldo mp, l..emt..o. Inn Mr. be s tits o arsed3
o dwearesorry to lose you.Wesinerlyhoe five persons oelgible f oragove toms nE a B rem ntCadBe ele d re. a d of o a
of luck walks without wherever you atria, aW e eat surplus food. The is means ed e a atr gn a

ut l y loupe ato tatht hoo lB l -e a r wUpthat he pele ss ahie vetha toeejblsnt sa e te onth e b aernow me ntib os andg he on ase oll yrom all o ra i reLrin Noav y N
a We o to e t a r ot rtal Th Mi to et Eisenhowere hd- partma. Whelmne n,

.Md to yeoun elen your patenc. ~rst und erstandingly f d ov t ose nd e private at nd o A p to
n path l your otime spent (lway o eron e e f I nIUOR TAI Se f
IT andh wasaolamouitamoney cfrL.
r a nd r. team fwas s e ithle area betaue It cut back the
.eM1 one al th e inns yg s~o e r of coal. No atrns ration, WA Thi GTOs e- (N A)-Fcoirste e entativAs of eiaht t hre. T" the sew at uea. Reixa Somf "wof l t te H lepr tt

SThesme o t o bon strike ued eofe r two A r prp r ha "Wouldn'tr t .l.Ik ntocome ntI oTb s oap nar and

o ll f s who w re "wih u;r a n n" b t who pla oagas' the al toh r plno in for wh aden Eia becausenho ers atom w a ce d ull lovel to oa t taad charlet wn racIt or, cf l o trncagy o thre g md8uimsaa Ar Uure c e T htelhiav e bhea
wal ds wr .od e u o nseed nthoim ek f.eLi a tofl h w emta on. they a re Bris r. Canadq, sal r- typese all e "Red A "Green.-' antd sample o -i e of our nu e l s a x .at
l e rs e th ro wae e si i t wor e sr so d t smon tioe l5 c is le as ofil 4 ener are m, tho Aic ,e Aus ral R ed at.reeml s are seret pnde aid a vosi .aladm w toTi ha n- lIl
s to have been a parto ofaur life this lat seasond l nto u a eonservative 2,0w00,0 w..m .nat ouated etweent h eFran.. e, o.uae and oushs. ..c.uover et ., t -

.ty. l ^i our carry one t Trot the not ane as^g la. atio a coee will an ti tha dn't helmpoe-
Or h p g te annual wage l S laidal uents The 11 har s as hour for aLOOthat ha an foaltht iKka y
St e hours for all thtl heart and weor all that n or we itd ates and foreign The powers are nowhere ne ae mat for Am canuse.earing the conversation. t For e leh has

A ogST Idnt en oyafw Bu tothn en moey -hit the typ was Kcs rg ati on a n aw Eate Is t h a maIe w mu te rIpgr eam one P
ShIpped to that bunch of-tee ext s4T lcu ltU e atr..ntern..- the GI e nC a metsa .T- "eln eeos atl oth ae rmr Snan t l.tr im r odur on-r t
SWe hope to be a par:f tha oe ex sea- writer on this wtry, virtly' The teen.wer administration lion p nool p ai. Negotiations Wth. h -rea ies. heiff fdo lit Ave been .sending senator.e o ureg the u e ft
we salute you and' respect you mightily for every whit v s mrin aev. ve omousen and federal Is- It thave these initial, bltt er-Ru have handoff ntr e m enpm ea th e tt H-

g 'aa t a iate houthr u whoee R o .en oar prtaio 'dmis at ae n .1 ymmy o ,o. D. y saw.pear. m. l me o tourl e ,e lost ol u ** -sn.
K tal. een d s donew t ou rt thea rotr c e xpertnc dlgebeowrnto reie -ia grqlm O r th p t w ea0 Bllm ts ehentn signed an ray ces is tndrayl *lit ls he past 15 mon :i laruprls from iWht Rt i*a rot re
e sco ou, toorlike Helesn 1 g int ma ny h oue rs- dry James Mitchelltfried t oe fo r nat rti icationh byrMay If Secrthesariny of St ateon F os t hD i pidrgto i ao mdo ee lous an'e ted wth y o rN 8 ls s r ia te
"root helping in defeat, glorying i win, support embittered battleIt actually t peclfcaly disapproved b the s and Sovie t Foreign Minister opmTo for e antlad 'o me in aenae a lo u
ll -~- a di n. to w woit rku an t "t ov a gthe othern it wAs ent pote an me utom at icai ly. on .uc_ d h. P. th. -. andv 8d, . . .lyquertta

Sb ,forithou t o w n o m ou astle-for 00minuteshet ,fteawithine 30 days4. they wll go Vyoracis. e .Molotovpre talyes le.g In towe gn ng ng ns Nw wl hi- ov I m 9.IW
iptaheg .- 74 aff*or'al that you've put a, sHe ta n peoO.ala mnt is h er, first,'" cnrt Reen tlathe's hes te~nan t re--alize thate .ha .ldth ,o re....arS
t .gall finsnwho l wer "wi thetor ag l us"abt who p roads' waefusl to gSo in for wha.t d ent Eisenhwer' atom or-ea. t offset tischare reacts, cyot and ot fe m as Art ke. T hv

l, we salute you... l"s Cop unitr tuie w s es the Eise owe adm sta. resea punt erm r e ne af
Dk thlare no words that can', ma leanll ato a t lemitRi v f la.oneyfl tl Padleen uwa bor. Y OTvetual- ohaps a t p ro Due the fist wi hve tis e pet ch ned an t ed j m mft te
pou s and utl L e au e a fr te dar c rr n m n o worke rs ouay- phae s tnwe social u-e i wg a a f l i h a bilateral la al atomi energy treatisi St tes wil ld l 1
ST I* n all o themd. ward y ohvclr proorher jur ote toie n andiromlher Mad dl oTsa rks Wthei f first cnrete R ntfl y e no has onet ah e UiatetSttesinL hh edo ast sies snt
-thePareoaf wParenetas o paonntsa u a d eope ear t de o r w ear amd Mrd o P odeentls t aelt is C ad, tene a nd t of

f^ia abut _____ __ecmoobks e.6The eno o "q0ulc io strikes, wherpas twe aedult realataoiveoo* Afori :n Latdal f woth aendSt a i' ae aeh
SEW' E K S it tA, the B uru on h la n isuWt s b in" av btaor di ae f .a.,d t ~en dro .a.nd. m us.dah

o orewern a w i er nd r.
,i w rw a nt ainl te -- tr 1 ratd nt slarn m ri ce w erap o rts dt e lo n fTe ro nt -a trtR s an o there Cth a n The t a
wee* ,kend ed jus th"t h e a Ca far tas l in ambor dspuehost* al re m antrs has not e c nribas thr l
dM whanouworn'tgoto-anherlh puto which h ltIe- Imatic 155t thorit
aend LttleL reaguersorothe s.o-ale da "ollifeiotbIe a ystie. d he o rnyamdf oThe eteente sNorth ium at"ev) r mommittt ed T r I _,Id

bee i schoo farma.n, mol fae or eare e awo n e 19 siie nt s iheda Oer th ap a era oth e besadyenT r t t ae dt e nati oals A y m tto

to havemkon AM womenanta lao i f nwes~aripek fat thea:ns oon wil bt har ith, i ne rst .in aomi e iney o ao rothin .vteod fr bnthse.Ato L bet a vn a for uose at
., hstotg spressed, b labe odfrmnt g Ipree a..twhsther e0 mapl Ient;, "ema e ) in t eI a onry ha Ee eat re vid soran se by to k Thi u exent i pert o pn ne .eot. t s t t o mu t
aon d wBtu n 't Mel I 1sGe wer le ri Co. 5 a beeW ltp ne r Ir Co ea us at yeo r.e ail a mwepe r ate Vt an eth .
e lps ,, n her, y h te.wellooaremll" I.M"- . .k r m ri etovern- meetion-gh wieOArerth In nr a s sow TJap nite d.-l r the. sw n ..

Abowt dweh aindr rcing ofe e e ta'tee- sprfoo1in g About 150 key dra de i eprov. ... ;-h. has e r
tinm tlop a tretoo muc. The way.a some gtrotpeopet labor agreements epire oris y e.w
qare sup osnd to set*uiteenagesnto r-e- ll ford waje amst hatlah s 3e Ihwph. .femlh It.Ti r
- hl o Ca is even more qamefl eause ey are and many other s vare subjeetd y to s. Gsine aar rmIe pe ,o
- WetP ir.of.&airs.utogre-st, ritje Ci demand. fortAhaed Mor AiW inrkaIItterts.Danvad WaliynenmpCniallat anvtof1d out
th whtdofe eenage tscus, As Ih wrlthe, 0rr oAfr York o t Sa
s*-. rshonsanuati lainy. That the exampe .Usome go- n union iis t Ic ....ou.
t.gunfollowayts it.'Co.oventahieghe rV d W V sek omo r t ir a.us
CASTERWE SNTaogoarw br coosnte w s l -"We ouldn'thbpt happieer".. o mus cadon't r
Da.. misundrstan meenow. daonf'tmeainthalelerbutr s.e marque a' movie ,

sw l n t s clie aH- lar s ts7
Sw e ok on the beach this year, so d '1st1o..r- *n= re.Aprl.18ve. -o. tmen year agf the press ous ay- on kesAweht say It sre. w su Jia n ? ome r thm e o
l weona ekaut screechn 'g motorbikes; et. lce. ,o. i Thce .C plO tu t diefl f ",r.the all-ntighmss t cam- 1 althese.] aour Lorieswaded o witm ,ik. ks d sak e oftaf ia
IIi nj and petting was awso caction, they. 0ae-s ae iv th e o-.si ras j'.st gone intoItsm5 l fol ocwion at all.. r ou ,hrpet e. .e I'aLi ofatom,: ield oct P119-wo.lld hss oA t ; 0

ot gn rson n tojs tb eakt he W .lt year.diar ent(byhse,
votakeaiousids o r.th hea vlpu, was- a a murde, . N wn, oot
b t". n an aig in o h tm,- ,. ter 17, raped andst's *. Raohe Shone N..olrth'* qraete: "The trou- ".t hesw rat "s o
=,true thaltthele ar oo m h.. in h e sch"oo were the One ai r no ag lyemeey br e"t -now hais.__._._____eyeaxvr...y___ve_____m___No___W___.
goWatten in return from the so-called "followers"? .net_ be a strike, c.. ock rainy-foggy ;'., ? e et-is West bt Nort is Late!) wrmlcyt Soephie Tucker. It may
"dee)isireege" TaItFar many reasons; including the cops chased iC t herube'o yes- J-The Academy Awards proved get her tae role Betty Hutbon
4AI butt a "deep frseeze."odueton1US.at
aae uaonflonald pani- o aered -. .. Tommy COen (the Sin r

community~--ad"ven donsthe um t&teyb aveliheavy wae m il nresae tils l Pollak voters and photj1|them av dae A. M., P. and

,'- ..l- t e the 100-plan t.1 matches) ha the cn r. hd e attempts,! arrange my stck- L undrd o op ats une bar
"a ,abo ". sing ,.mo.torbikseu4 an'.TherCd'1' ne st..e_ teappyB Bllniht l .,-Weatmr_. s new b ooa ("The ,wtom.-tw, wItem U on) -Te
.... L a mb er Koh lt n ao rman y thaO did g'" ean9 im l. loed isn" gags an Improveente .t he ha om have s ar.'-.-
--ergei_ i their organiation. n, ne apera.are- Frn v-h-UD. "-
',,ht as he has ever faced. ,.g. to son Geyer't nt oesyl frr domineer n.may soon: "e'mat -ha

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ltd FOR IKE --At Charlston., .0., Gen. Mark
Cli i $lB aeneb of;the Citadel College, puts a hood over
e- ow'9s ahotlders as the coUege confqrs an
.'i.i lerM'y.gree on the Chief Executive.'

.Aw ,Away4

"A# ,idden .o s"" "

is.t young and he toch of the pumice stone and
If .s,4j h tub With face cream too.
instr "tO *ag himaelft, he" An unclean .back is a grue-
.laen only. Whten some sight. Anything less than
W+'Md k a- he'B perfect sanitation will not do.
not W e"-hsatide..- Be sure- you have a longhan-
men .a t isla the o.Uy died back brush. Do not dunk
3plac see to wash s and hope. It won't work. Use
adt -eek and face s-Sty your brush free and wide and be
dirty'. -'hi.ot.er, I d .iaer'- sure it takds scales and any 6ill-
tion p s& p. nesas off.
W ~.mwe grow older, we know Get a stiff brush to your heels.
that 49fe .' plces to Scrub them till you rout the
wash. we sl m.- Ine.et what scaly akin there and get them
one h.. litau .ha called the baby-pink. Take the pumice to
-four den-horrK b. them if you have callouses that
Thb.*Pe- L.the bagk, won't yield.,
the he lasand the sles sof the Your poor feet aren't getting
feet.- what they deserve if you shower
Elbows-'need .all the cleaning consistently. You must bathe,
they daq get. Soapthem weir and too, to get the roughness off
use the aill brush to scrub them these loyal servants and give
teo .SotBeaN Give them a them a rest.

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Something pretty exciting is going on in America
-hee dys. -And if. you don't "get with W'-you're

41 I l country
Si amdown
th tret. Crowds father around it at the curb.

You, know you are making her
happy'when you Oive her Towlie
Sterling-the anni t"e gift that"
ii yafcc in every wo7%
,i chooe just-the-right.
1ir u beautiful- Tewl Ster.
,..e attern that she has chosen
?L fEa., hr own ....
*Wt.utsoon and MWe asich.
iM. terling...with that wonder.
-lly subtle Towle Touch...the
toM of the fine 4ler iratl.

Spoons from $3.08
Six piece-place settings, $24.79

UV a/a alAnlch

I*ny;~'l ehurfipb(e

And the reason for all this Isn't hard to see. From the
bold forward thrust of its hood to the dramatic
sparkle of its twin-jet taillights, this flair-fashioped '55
Dodge is the most glamorous car on the road today.
This Is your year to Join the swing to the new Dodge.
Step up to the Big One-and step-out in style!




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Panajac or Panasilla
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.$5.00-22.50 $750

and DINNER JACKETS from 27.50. 35O $10.00

PANAJACS long sleeve ....

PANAJACS short sleeve

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"HARLEM" SHOES (Any Style)
MEN'S ROBE 9.95 -13.50
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S"- and
2 Arrow poison
3 "Ladies and

5"- of 23 Or'gnle a 4 l efforts
voice" compound 4t !e 'real
8 Exaggerate 24 Cover --"
7 "- annum" 25 "To ai &.4 "Ood's Little
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9 Greek letter 26 Nuisances 4 zntreat
10 "- the light 27 Piano played" 40ti.ce9
fantastic" 28 Region 46 Singer
11 Pouches 29 Name Fitzgerald
17 Kitchen tool 31 Quiets 47 Slattern
616 "- ,soprano, 33 Of the nose, 48 Very small
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Let's get Dad started for the movibtefre -discovers
his olassioal music program Is on TV tonight!"
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'IS-Backed' Spies
SApril 15 (UP) -- Pei-
Rad maid today a Chinesc
Comm t court tad imposed
death $he0toea on 26 persons it
called "Anetedan-bac ed Chl-
neo NSlO aiats" on
ch"rge of Ap ing ad plottingg
to brow up various builngs.
The broadcast said the Canton
municlDal court which mstencedI

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On PK arters
Comp6 ns Wl St 8.A. with a
total bld oy rM :.13 was thd
apparent low U dder for, the
work of imtalling. copper pipe-
and several flot water heaters ii
a number of Panama Cannal
quarters in Alicon and Baoat'.
The bids were opened yesterday
at Balboa Heights.

them commuted the de-tj sen- The only other plumbing coming ..--"
tence for 17 of the defendants, pany to make an offer for the -
Peipbg Radio claimed they work was H. R. Knapp S.A. of,
GOnfeed high explosives In Panama City. i
their pomas8ion were "made by The Wright Company bid $5,- riCKLSS I SD &M S M R S
UI.S. espionage, orgaalatlons, 800 on schedule A which cali!
which also passed asto them for the installation of copper
I nstruction on demolltin meth- tubing and'the removal cf exist-
ods." Ing water. Iaes and appurten-,
ances I8ft Sen houses .In Anconi I --1 '1
It said they were agentss di- A bid of '1704.13 was made |P p oOTCIP
rectly sent by Chlliang IMa-abek's for the eldUe S, which in-" J ACCIDENT
secret organizations, saah as the eludes the fnhtalation of copper
Pao MI Chu of the ministry of tubing and tbe' removal of exist- -
national defense." Ing water mw tsi 16 apartments *
"All these agents during the of four h# lw In Balboa and the ._ a I
trial confessed that they were furnishing nd installing of
organized and assigned tasks by three electric water heaters. The
Yao Kal Ju, deputy chief of the, work also Includes the relocation ..
operation department of the of water heaters in the base-
Pao Mi Chu," the broadcast ments of 13 apartments in Bal-
said. boa.

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S, ., (,IiA RadlaTelephota)
VACATION TIME Sir Winston and Lady Churchill ptepare to
bo~rd a- plane at London for an extended vacation In Sicily.
Lady Churchill wears her left arm n S& dIg due to a recurrence
of neuritis.

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EVANSV l d., April .-l paid ram auIaty term. He
i UP)-A aoody ex-convict, accur- first" got into trouble at the age -
..t. o be 'Chinese execution." of I5 rhen he was found trying
I Oy sixz persons, was ar-.to burn down a school.
i aeIn a murder charge to" .Police said Irvin's scattered
'* da as Ipdiana staked ouL the statements, made between lapses
< firt O to prosecuting him. into sullen allence added up to -
Ut entucky also moved to this account of the murders: ,
brag charges against Leslie Ir On Dec. 2 last year he slugged
.- VI, 0. ,an EvansvWe liquor store opera-I
Irv confessed Wednesday nigt tor. Mrs. Mary olland, 33 within
to police he was responsible ior l'i pistol. When Mrs. Holland, an!
the waye of murders that had Ixpect.ut mother, regained con-
to ed this Indiana-Kentucky sciousness, he whot her in the,'
ro; area s ince last December. head.
The killed spree was climaxed Nineteeb days later he entered!
karch 28 when four members of an Evansville filling station and!
a well-to-do Henderson, Ky., farm'forced Kerr into a washroom. He,
family Were shot, three fatally. made Kerr turn around and kneelJ
Irvmn was arraigned and waive down, then shot him inathe back
a preliminary hearing in one of'if the hebd.
two slbig. committed in Evans On March 21 he entered the
'i1H%. the shooting of filling sta- home of Mis. Wilhelmina Salor,
I tion atthBdant Wesley Kerr, 29. 47, at Mt. Vernon, Ind. tied her;
Sheriff. Lee Williams of Hender hands behind her with her apron
son County, Ky. said he would' trings and shot her.
confer.ith County Atty. Aan Police said his loot from these
Rhoads about bringing charges In, three burglary-murders totaled "
Kentuwky, Williams, however. 292. I sowlAtwur2n ia..
said the charges may end up as! Then on March 28 Irvin was _S-31-
a mere "formrality." ransackmg the home of Raymond'
"I serioa ly doubt we'll ever Duncan, 20, near Henderson when -fete a f the a r and ston
get him over here," the sherifff Duncan and his father, Gbebeli I w oo -. tn
saL He as that the people of Duncan, 51. surprised him. '
Henerson, where feeling ran high Irvin marched the men to a
,uver the farm slaying, "seem nearby swamp and forced the son
satisfied .that we got the right to tie his father's hands with a
rman." i belt. While the older man plead.
Irvia. "a quick tempered prison ed for his life Irvin shot him.
parole and factory worker, broke Ihef he shot the son and tied T i gO
down after five days of question, tir' hands. F R
ing. Irvin returned to the Duncan
HPolice said he told them all six home and Raymond Duncan's
of the. a radar started out as bur. wife, Elizabeth 21 her two-year-
giaries.. ie obtained only :1 old daughter, Shirley, and her! T MI Y
in the u ,a n slaughter. .. mther-in-law, Mrs. Mamlo Dun-! I
kaiel tnh d with their hands U0 4 an, 47, drovt up.
knetlln abd with- their hands tied The parolee shot the women but
beh i'd heir backs In the manner opared little Shirley because "I I
of Chlnse executions. e children," .
Polle' said Irvin showed no e.
motion as he told about the mur-- Mrs. Mamie Dunea. did not die
dea-CBmidWred a "likeable fel ftom a bullet in the head and now
low", arGuid Evansville, he was lies in a. hospital bIpded for life.

Ike Seeks so Make US,Part

Of 35"-Nation Trade Plan
AUGUSTA, Go., AX9 15 (UP).of market abroad for theeproducts
-President Eisenhew r -urgedL-1our fabiu ans faewriea..
Congress today to mat'the Unit- .
edS tates part of a 35-nation free Ths afternoon, the President
t, ad. me cement,, the talked with met aa'sorm:aU with Sen. Walter
a. powu" d premort.t senatorF Georg D.Ga. chairman of the
who, poaalul Vmoad ,m t MeU FeiB ,uIaelteons Commit-
across his tiff a-regam teo e- eOr. e was invited to visit
The President emphasized the the. president at his Augusta Na-
importance with whichbe regards oInal Golf Club retreat when the
Sparticipatl o n in the international sentor came hlre to' address a
Shgit against restrictive o gi a in rgiB meeting.' .
e 3,300-word message to both tI was a th...at the Pres.
houses. And he asked for specific idnt and e discuss vari-
legislati byh each, Instead otthe oU. foreign y matters since
.,. it ~ 'hehdlped pilot

ailu of the United state dent after so 4 of lown nRe.- Mr. Geraine Snes, 24BCsei
become a member, he said, no m p ubilea trParty senators fought it. delivery of a gorgeous 5/Dalrfri
only woid set back the moment e question of reciprocal tariff this Ratt Br In the
Itself but would endanger the legislation, which had rough going
free world's defense agreements in Congress, was considered a pos- Yo T C
and possibly bring new construe- bible topic.Y u To
tons against American exports.
The free trade group, which There also may have been po-. x p en
S Inclues., one Ira Curtain Ia.- hteal implications to the meeting. WiW E
Lon, Czechoslovkia, is called t Geo e recently announced his
organization for Trade Cooper-. di cy for allther in AND
tr t -r ge -t e 115 and he alm ost certainly w ill
the Prsident's reciprocal foreign b opposed by former Gov. Her-
trade and tariff program. It is an ian Talmadge. Neither Talmadge
outgrowth of th General Agree nor his hand.plcked successor, 0 ou 8 ur
rent in i a e k Gov. Marvin Gffin, ever hasYour
to r i fa ,nd td"ed n,9o7 t visited with the President on his
workfor removal of undesirable frequent Georgia visits. T
tariff restrictions. I T .V mar,, p (Vont
Aloofness "a lack of genuine in-
terest"o.t, .p ninrthe or rom The ostomp l M omp
to expand trade, the President
"It would enstitutn a vere PANAMA A I AIAN
setback to the momtntum which
already has neon generated toward
Mdat objective, It ou. strike ae l "
severe blow at the development of I
cooperative arrangemer t. In de- A I Y
fe.nse of the free wor d." he said
"It.could result in ralonal re-
alignments of nation. .ueb devel-I
moments, needless to say, would!
play directly into the hands of
F. the communists."
dent sa. if this coult joins the
movement it could worm ure ef-.
criminatory barriers A-
lions favorable to egofe bBily of'
currencies," the president said. ...
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OFESSIONAL Household Automobiles Houses
FOR SALE:- 100-lb. capacity FOR SAL::- 1953 Studebaker BOX 2031 -..ANCON, C.Z. FOR RENT: Second fleer i
ice box, excellent condition; 1 Champion Hardtop. Il-months reidence n General Jose Sam
IFE INSURANCE child's dreiin table, mirror and id. Ios than 10,000 miln, DR. WENDMAKE Medical Cli- Martin Avenue No. 6: Four toed
Stool. PI= -441. cream with dark bln top. Cen Ic, beside C aptlal Theater. Day oems, living room. diningMl m
S CALL I P be linaened. Call Albrek c3192. b Night series. Phone 2-479 kitchen, arge rarch. laqurd
FOR S ;Pe.tabe radls, Pa--n m. ground floor.
b JIM RIDGE f*n, c rtor* ** 25- -cFOR SALE:--Oldsmebilk 4-dear. -- E R-e__--A 0. FRE--
Scle, cba I r, poer hydromsati, radie. very goo EL TRIBOL, Ct.ral Ave. 70. FOR RENT:-Small chalet. *
14,28 4th of July Ave. scM S alleneaousI,. 169 condition. Only $450. Cell 2- FIt Cmmt dr bedroom, giving diig rom1
Phone Pnma 2-05 G one 6-264; 4464. veils, rmesldes, flowers, ribbons, kitchen. Moderate tent. Gmmarel
*5'cards etc. PIne*e Puname 24 Jose do San Martin Ave. No.
FOR SALE:-Leaving-fe btaes. FOR SALE:-1951 Mortis Minor 3004. 6. downstairs.
S "We can help TOU with Bargains In fmrnituri T* Ko- 4-dor, good condition. Phone
chbropraotic" daslde preoeetw an$ :411-1 3-1185 office hour, after 3- FOR RENT:-Large house end
S RA TOdressd, si.. e 9s Isiz ewI. 3423.. FOR SALE rounds., partly furnished ln Lte
IR EAETORU Almond Street,' Blel.l PliOm o Cumrnres. Gambooa 6-105 eve-
2-2620. FOR SALE: I Do Le 1950Mins.
SA n AC ...Chevrolet four-door with radio, Misellaneo
Palmer Grduates FOR SALE: Mantl electric good condition. 504 Anmen. 2- n
Per Avenue Tel. 3-13,8 clock $5; 2 wicker chairs 56 FOR SALE:-Tnk type co. FO RENT
e ta bllek3emhLU 31vTORe 3 Td tabl. 53 each; 3 vae- cm F R T
t, "iona blind for 12-family Qtrs. IMMEDIATE SALEi 1950 pressed point y, 2 guns,2
$3 each; leatk drapes So.50 Hillman, new battery, excellent motors; metal .M. buffet, 16- ,Apartments
Zone Dental Polyclinic QM. dining falie $6; aend table tires. $425. Phone Curnds lip. Matghy Ni S T outboard.
-rl C.E. be DD S1.50; table lamp $3; table 5104 er 5106. House 640; Losee RiOs, 2-4211. ATTINTION G.I.! Just let
C. E. Fbre D.D.S. modern furnished apartme,
Slam SI.50; fler lamp $S; tel- FOR SALE: God 1949 Ford FOR SALE l6xer puppies. 2 bedre ho, cld
bridge wor2-bar h,.oo. hopt, coldad$150; Q.M. est FORq S 2 bodrosh. cold Wufft
ture--brulie work-als hsslive ephane setid $1.50; Q.M. chest Sedan, $450 cash or terms. Tel- First and "" St., Parque Lefe- Phone Penama 3-4941. -
i General Prrctlfe of drewerq $6; Q.M. dresser e@phone 83-6230 evenings, week vre. Tel. 32410.
(ith of July) Ave. No. 1A 4 large m li vei washing end. FOR RENT:-Furnished and un-
( e Aare School Playgrou.a) 21A4 hnlare avmp-r 1w 1V end. FOR SAL - Upright pe. urnid 2 and 4-room modern
Telephone 2.20l-Pnm. child's "ii $Litrgue FmOirA. . 4rel rtel Connaell. Pnom apartments. 'Contact ALHAM-
i50.; Nirge9-cu refrigr FOR SALE:--1948 Studebher tumnr. Tu 2-5198, Panama. IRA APARTMENTS, 10th St.,
tor. 25-ycl~q. $50; Kelvishter Commander. Leaving Isthmus. Phone 1386 Colon.
tor." Telephon Phone 18 Colon.
ORTES BAXTER. S7-cu. ft. refiigeratar. 25-cycle, Via Peries No. 99. Telephone -.
SPOR "BATIa .S. $30; kitchen table $4; 2 vene- 3-2068. FOR SA It- Apprex.600 FOR RENT:-2-bedroom apeSt-
o .shiWppe "sm .....rhootsofcorrugatedmmactafI
S2-2451 2-2542 tin blinds ,f r .k itche 12-f OmeR u with balcony,.;n Bell Vib-
ily Qt-i. $1,S hinide.en si.rso FOR SALIs--I949 Dodge V (APM asefieg Material may to. Phone 2-2601, 8-12 morn.,
Loam Ri ding at %-hp. electl c motes, 25-cycle ton pick-up. Telephone Mr. be sn et Hangar No. 2, Fort i, 2 -5 p.m.
ANAMA RIDINS SCHOOL each; pints, cabinets, et. Foote 3-3168 working hours. Kebbe iden, Inc. Telephone
il & Jumping lasses daily 1940 Chevrolet Coupe. v.ry 36th St. No. 67-A, downstairs. Clateon 8209. FOR RENT: Completely fur-
toIS P.m. Phone 3-0279 good condition $200. May be washed fully screened two-bed-
or by appointment, seen at 1524. Apt. I. Gavilen FOR SALE: 1950 Chevrolet orn Epar -onit In Belle ViWet
Road, Sant Claus Lane. duty free, 11.000 m.l.o. s *nFOR SALE n* edse eir-conditionad. 2
owner, nw tired, excellent con- bths, garage, maid's room. fr-
F OR ALI:- Baby bed play edition $700.00. Call 2-5490 Moorycles race. Available for three month
pen. hih. clr. 2 nd tables, 2 to I m from May 12th. For appointment
e cl lef limnil table, ": cell 3-4991 during day; after
s.l | couelt r o-pmInph, FOR SALK--95.ullck Super O AE:-A. SiM e aer 5:30 and Sat.-Sun. 3-0732.
FOR -4 A' _i-- 5ll l ud Super 140i:14 AN' 0732.


Boats &

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rne engine with reverse gear.
Starter and gecrater. 5345-A,
-Dieble. Phase Z-1478.
FOR SALE: 30 f--et sloop
"Madcap" No. 233, Gallay.
hoed 2I bunks. By ongla.
At Balboa Yacht Club, or call
Albrook 2203.


1hninllh1 win1- mlnem w-uem.. uConvsertible. w-a-w nires hy- my stwsr. Goeo cogaumen, inew FOR TIblf -Nemi onAmerien .-up.
Applil as for 60 cycle. Call dramatic, new top, 1$800.00.- tires, $95.00. See at Qtn. 132- FOR RENT:-2-bedrm art- Call Mr. Sanchez, 7:0 to 4:00
10 AAlbrook 4192. Call Bolboa 2-3305. A. Tel. 2224, Albrek. meat, id's rLom, garae: just a Pan. -5579; 4410 pm. en
__H_ --k 41. --- *built at 'El Congrelo." Phone- 3 t How T
1- 0 n" W FOR SALE:-Washing machine. FOR SALle 1951, Chevrolet 2677,
-: 'Ait? w i ',; refrigerator 25 cy. Living room 2-dear. Power glide, 26,000 ECCCFSSC R bdT:--R porc F-
JUAN Puerto RICO, April it. '41 Chevrolet. nw tires, mI., $870.00. Call 84-3212. L- O S ,N- FOR RENT:-ResWntid a oprt- D.
91. belegates from La- radio. 5341-A Diable. Tel. 2- me'eat 2 bedrals, porches, I
I n coffee-prod u c n g 1733. FOR SALE:-1951 Ford Cn- hell. 4ting and dining oom,
nlit night unanimO-us- vertible. Radio and heater. ever Preetial Piano playlo (classleal mei quarters. Piee: $125. e os
uid a resolution calling FOR SALU:-1 couch, 2 chain, drive, extre. $800.00. Q.. or popular) taught. Children or P 'I-0351.-;4 Str. # 8.
of an "If nrnato-. I clrne table, end tablein 13. Albreek. Phone 6-5108. ult s. BENNTT'S STUDIO. FORRENT FFurn rrt
ofK fice toCo tr o ll4c.g* condition, $125.00. uFsAL: h 2.1282.FORENT_:Fuid o_ apaa rt-Ite
op fice' pnc eo.- e r _______________________ l_ Phone h21e2 3u2l ,V E eaS .
ad tab~lzed. prices. 2723-B. Nicobar St., Cocell. FOR SALE: Austin 4-door mearkallutiltviaViEImpa
"mpi C. Z. wonderful eonditioe. Leaving..0 ".
Sresoluton wa passed FOR SAL.-We.inghouse r- Paname. Searifi. Cash $450. WANTED tFeo Ti dIeandent o..
o before adjournment f fr igrser,.eellent le. Mr. pormat, concrete hM e,.
pr Federation of Centr al C ll Bolbeo 4227 affer 5 p.m. FOR SALE. -Ik '52 Ceode. Houses nice neist hoM.n . F -5lI .
tea, M.xico and the Car- on week days anytime on week- tible. Best looking car in Pan- Via Perra o I ._ ,-
. Brazil ant lom ends. ama. Have to se a to ppr- U.S. FAMILY needs thred- FOR RENT:-urlshd apet- ROOms
world's biggest coffee pro-i
eapciait. Make en offar. Phone (room ho ". Phone 3-3069 or Meoat including refrigerator
. are not members of the FOR SALE:-One bed, spring 8..3-2223.254 r -or cn nldie e raFOR RENT:- Fumished- sm,
e. and mattress, $20.00. Telephone so.w. pch dlor-dIndependentdiioleaiknmodern-
t "n r 1 2-2762, Btlia a n. bedroom, garage, $55,00. independent, cool, In madam
rs.o p.d.oInquire 112Via Uhliewnie Perree chalet, with right to living rom.
, resol ion po ide 01 FOR SALI:--Calllng all Pacific- FOR SALS new Rosevelt Theatre.Arranga an1h 2 b d. f
.ie" tofan b ereate ben- Atlantic sderslComplete scrap-I U meals. Phone 2-2298 for infor-
ple" to be created by Fo r ewrap. Refinish your bembu Real Estate Ro NT: 2 bedroom aprt- motion.
e membads after world Rotten furniture. Low cost. Free i A uHrI mer Iml-dining room, scrton-
e demands aresatisfied.estime. Phone 2-546, Pn- Are You Loking for a Country Vs tl a d P.0ic O ert furnished
various countries would be ame. um" He Home with the Comforts of yur $75&0 i Peres No. 56,l ics U
.to draw on the wtouldbe -s"e m o .-. Tow Ho?-W. K. Webster fhAe A0M7m3 ., t Noa . Phone 2-
i world co nimpton exceeds FOR SALE: S-piace R .otien e to e a.t S.nt&a M AtVAgrem nt 236 4. o____ Grammar Early
stton. wi' I ,ith inner e etho Beach, Hou ..with 2 k bqqot
Sxhai., A.*living .- m. room. dnettae kitn, WASKINGe N. I -s (UPi F* il -Fuh ed pe- URB A, IM., April 15 (UP)-
aCode f Mexico, in; casa-, able, okin bl, car lerteri hor -American eofici both orm l s PaisPan-: A child learns almost all of what
aadd said foraina- Tl.pa -nd. 3105 O, tw.hewtr, gasteveg lectric.e, guardedly encourad d wary am. he wil know about grammar by
hin atlon al Cof- 4-C u ur r o,. C m tehhe will know about gram m ar by
Ie hMstlonal Cof- ,4_, a9H. friglertor, ige flows. Compleft- 0tday of the Sov- n a- ..
See i n a- the time be is three years old, a
y "d benef it ly furnished. 7 beds. Situated on t tement on a stae ty to FOR RIN4T:-2 edreom apart. University of Illinois professor re
re d consumers. FOR 5 '-- *W gar* -2025 Sq. Mts., sturdl fenced. end the Austrian occupS maw lea "I CAnlo," recently posted today.
manure, he said, "pro-* a. percele Phone2- Open for Inspction Saturdayv bult.w,' ea end sp-
processing indust r 2579. end Sunday, April I6 end 17. Their wariness stemmed from lets, hot wtar, maold' room. Prof. Henry R. Kabane, tshitt-
aig normalcy, and FOR SALEo-B pa. maple living For further information call PAD provisions by which Austria a- **o Teleispoe 2-1458. cd by Mrs.'tenee Kahane and
Sw regular supplies rm suite, pe. idlM te 5187. House 552-A4, Curundu greed to a neutrality pdovr and Sol Saporta, found in linlistics
Ai t fair prices." | lemp t b I eo hone. Heights. agreed not to siln any military. research that most knowledge -of
M 8i-d that the coffee l. -B Alb Phk 86- alliances Or permit foreign mill- 4 Panof ma FirmS grammar comes between the first
tr 5108. AL:-H I Ro A- tary bases on its territory. ys.
countries of Latin A- 5101.7.I_..,_ki ,rk d third Ir.
consider themselves jFOR SALt Thor s. u1- 'u se. Noe. 2173 Fa The United States Is not op- 0 ,Do Repair Work birthday, they
esh ip with thetr coan- mti washer, $5000 I84 IlmeM 458. posed to Austrian neUalty, butf OnCZ Armyb Posts fl a..eI
He Stied that it was 3212.moffclials fear the Ruseanef meekS of additional
for the coffee Indus- ." SPVCIAL NOTs i Hueeses and to use the treaty to wra VWest. : Ary Caribbean E.adig may
tal 'customers who ne lets fA NsTe. ems. payments o uerman rearmament by holdwnro WhoJrslrawaG rrbest taIe b oudiite speech abts
y aws" with their ll Information at Themas Real out the same bait to the Bonn er awarded contracts to four a l, buSfth esentials
t and poliles. Americ K iUeEstae, Central Ave. No. 259, government. -inanian fus for various re- use grammar do not
-- / I I__^11 "in front of Galves Building. riir workoanlrmy installations, change. )
SComplete real eta service, in- Borne officials saw th- agree- 1U'5 m- i aii l do S,- -
summad r me I accounting.. ent as a means by which i- worryy at rot Amador. per'pan and modifications to
S. -- -sal hoped to create a nuetral showers of various quarters at
M Ikeh ,belt across Europe a neutral 'topical Put Co. will apply ex- Forts Gulick, Davis, Kobbe, and
O Ofbelt which later could be con- tfrr paintin to various buildingslClayton to the amounto.f $67,872.
SJERUSALEM, Jordan, April 15 Plane h ngversion. ', .. o hinting of vaius ui
(UPI An American was shot sub I.RIaotngo vmtui(Ldon iit
to death on Mt. Zion today when oma Co. wil install cop- Fort Kobbe aont to 6,41.
Ga., April 15 (UP) he blundered into the no-man's- (D-a. of the senat-6- .7n
Homue annound lad betwe the Jrab h@d UNITED NATIO N.Y., 'April relations committee said the o-
rn xB. el es t 15 (U-Te e States in- viet-Austrian agreement term
doer-in-elef, Pa.' .. A n."t .Nationsr SNteneur- n ght be used to bla or delwE
AUt NtnAusustahforaemm. n Sty Council yesterday it has sued tee rearming of We'c am
to res A United Nations spokesman Cechoslovakia In the Internatla wlthn the NATO afn
S.R Iidentified the dead man as al Court for I171,^16 damages
Charles B. Harris, 24, of McCook, for the shooting down of an A- However, the sta ent
'ose jurisdiction in. Neb. The spokesman said Hal- merican fighter plane over West- i ued, a formal t4
g. Fleet patrol- ris was shot through the head eci Germany Ia sIM. that Rusla's
-.ormosa, ar.'W hAki edIns by A treaty,
m9 jod J.tSy ifu"" isgeeJr. rou Council 4%b said ItR
WnAraYjyo"miv lead19 e A
partame. lone I n ar latm to circulate to- all members us withol
the M'Sfy of.Je- note outlinilal. the Ineident othes
.ake r l to have Lr with -aypr~ the Amricap eUnitet states, a d
asdgksd nt"dta Ir .
to, Augutast -been re was In application (I (is(ction by Th .
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and J dmalan Ledge's note 7 ed that dueI NOTICE 0V
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iSrir..h ec Courageftrouble arnngLtpe oth- d downdlon Ienqugh for F_.W
Striking nvic s Threateh To Slth Their tHed Strings r2,000 rneraIuffy to t whie',
EUNT8VILLE, TeX. Apri 151 Yelling and cursing, they ask-less they asial to destroy propi'worse records--wbb are kept In the yard can hurtoy ac ohIthey started up the mrke
(II Il ( >- .Fifty-tp otfib touh-led that Father Frantis Dufftty, a erty. If they try that, we WllIthe- maximum semgrity "Little er. Their only. wan sl n. Ell said* th, ks a,
est convita mIn .-do n ,Catholic priest who works a- use tear gsa ad take any other Shamrock" with 37 other tough vers of g s pleKe p' 7 m the can hold out 36 o u.e.
on' on A sit-down among thq convicts, he sent in to steps that seem necessary." criminals. Since -they won't groun-d.
Sp riso court yard for. tro nals ,talk to Plerce. Father Dufy Ellis said they get two meals a work, they are fed twice a iday, The conllets milled I found,
SI Ila day, -threatened today lash. came out saying they -had asked day and-twe -meals are end oo at 9 a.n. and 4 p.m. ,. ,. _
their heel strings en .iapp,. t him to intercede .with Warden for men-who refuse to work. 'Hj Convicts who do work get
W [], prison officials starve tst, .ntoO. B. Ellis for the extra meal. said they will not eat as long k' three meals a-dpy. The convicts
S .. submissaon. "They told me they could bold they strike and simple case of 'on strike also want three meals,
"We'll stay here uhlU we et out at least another day and mutilation won't get them to the but refund Ellis' Offer to get
d Red Pa since weak from huner," Oharles that none of them -would come prison hospit ..They wt 1 have them by volunteering for work.
T- u e V a^ e owa erce, a narcoticS peddler .who out until he had slashed his to get l t ade us condition.. -They refused to leave the prison Fin armafe rt a
vi'ed TV is ,career I is the .spokesman- for tOu&ratik-heel tendons If thty didn't get Heel atlguttln is an old court yard at 4 p.m. Wednesday DaraMag n .
ause there's no type era, yelled at the warden. "Then what they want," Father Duffy trick in Boutrn p sons to getwhen ordered to go to their see- ,ar is M. ees.
.'e'll cut our heel struu*. Not a said. convicts into the prison hospl- ond meal of the day.
l shPed 1h a ia" tn ..ll leave here n.a ( he "They can Just stay there," El- tal, where they get soft treat- The courtyard is 35 feet long e e.
S- andplant ra t.. -. .11 said. "We will do nothing un- ment and don't have to work. and' 250 feet wide, hemmed in
u v r It.s great I- doctors havetO suture the sev-'on one side by- a cellblock and ProdtO. d
- f ences get ered tendons back together and 'on three sides by 30-foot steel
you. T ih e out, In it takes weeks to heal. and concrete was. Guards with [ du M
,vo yea ,bq .different-a,^ --- The convicts are'murderers, shotgns and rifles look down Moat rls would like to play Swe S sMM"t m
Sthieves, narcotics handlers ald rn the convicts. post fftce Oitrry firsticlass
homosexuals those with the.' Every male employee of the mole. **e* s

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tarted i a- nuw minatle v l -
Doren is doing it. Camp
for ernous rnramaic .
Not that Mamie
htq-. "I don't w
bande the rest -s 5.
pictures I g .s ft
rebellion no it i soe sick.of
of You riousl teleVlsio:
unless you OWi- *" y"
le 'm s .; ed "ne
by Lft a co of r a a.s ;rAzaaa
tue stu to's tl.' n u
toproe. But. I
"I took a Iabout .h," thl
ne with a gr But now
I'm begimasng ev I'll get

I ,uarwi,.. >nnf v gg
Tyrone Po.ver has purchased a -
ne W play, 'A QuietaJage," 'or r13
.roucuoll early next' fMi-;_
It was the tith coin in tife
ta1n that won Tunesmith Samm,y
u aan at. Oscar lo- ;"'nree Lomts
ai the kountaitt.? I *, W2 SHINW VON, prq 15 (UP
During the iait I tears ie's The Americap %..Lical Assn.
bees nominated lot Imes and day oppose.i as unwise and
list 10 time. necessary an administration 1
S tosal to provide federal aid
"Who minor. being typed? It's iaiaing vocational nurses.
wonderful!' Dr. leon A Nafe of India
Rita Moreno, the fiery one, talk- polis, Td., fepresenting'the El
itig out loud about ner career Ird a Sqrate labor subcommii
prJgresa on tht -#et rart- federal -"id ii-"a d.igetous d
moint's "ThVaA cd.Wnd ig,"t cc, a~d i o'tgopinh is jlustl
wnich she stays et .ufp e row' inly In an enWrgncy situatic
created by rSlaiVrbth. '.. No mech aisergAecy has b
'Let's iact it, Rtna said. "I'm snown to exist in the field of
not the All American girl. If cbtional education of pract
tney want to make me .a apifire nurses dnd auxiliary hospital I
- that's grsat! As long as the fennel." he sid.
go- P roles co-me aion. The American Hospital A
Her clUcks in. w G o ~iVU supported theraproosal.)Dr. Luc
rand "Untamea" picked her arat a i Wilson,, chairman os the a
a lW earee po nt, she admits. ciaUtion' council on govern
* '4i Um in a row relation, said demand for ni
m i 0 tasM before I could gel g supply, ""
u.-The 4usctivtty almost -. -.
Wit a star on Is:-MGM dress EW W U S
Ing room door at' last, nandsome,j ,
afuled Jeff R ic s Bm+tilj roe
le almost wnlge* o) .tie' act- r
Slus-game a khort time ago through T)., Milf B-JII
sieer discoutagement. I ., kIN I lls Bandlli
Jeff get his first starring chance
in "ihe sal audera2"vqd now le'a ,5
tra". str of -,-Bar t _ifsr," but: t, .CAGO, ApPil 15 (UP)-A
Betore. that.. I aa depsesse ear-old woman khe filled a bandit
.discoued. Several d I iaY 'when she fired a gun for
and ditcour aed.overal times first time in her life.
S.S ready to walk t c'1 Mrs. Bonyr.. Courtney aid
Iu act. Nvow teat I look back 1 gI i u an sold itol that
how unready I was. If the stuliu I sen tnp an d pistol thet rear
ad let gr A the g roles, as a dry cleani-.g shop and came
st wum edtht ah thmiantd have aid of her sister when a sti
stumf ed thi.g t hm and l man entered the store.
.sf's i acr im The bandit pulled a gun on m
"Now I knuw why they hel da Spun ir.. 5, but was
back untiL. was resay. Actors Srentarilv distracted when
are too (arned impatient, sbouted at .andom, "Bill, co
C oud here.
Seey Winters wat she Ms.Courtney said she hem
.efers I a a call g who ot the ca, picked up the gun a
a movie coa-tract" mn the forth- took aim from 15 feet away. (
coming "Ths BE-y K if e shot dropped the bandit, fatal
A* d neres sa-eyebrw lifter: ;ouned in.t e neck
She's b her characters Be died en route to the hos
tion on frala breathing dolls ta where he was identified
ash. knows on the movie scene. Maurice Goir allies, 2, of Chi
"a know some of them," she gr
teld me, "sad they're pathetic The women saved six dollar
Ther,'s always been Hollywood
Oppo0tiun to "Th( Big Knife,'
spsce the Clifford Odets play about
Hofytood wae produced on
roadway. But -Uhell says "It's
rot anti-Holl wood" In its screen-
piay form. .
"I think it's a very truthful and
intellignt anlyalys at llywood,"
she said. "It's no 'rougher than
'The B d -and he beautiful' ..- if
tat's 'rouh."
Dic- fran the fimhn star who
imovred tA New York In 1950 when
h decided teleEvisIl was for him,
is back in Eoviftown beaming
over his "whole- ew career i
lHt won the Cifties Award on
Studio One's 1 s-eatatioa of .

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well known teacher of Tap. Ballet and Toe will be
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S- 8 PARENTS, plan now, to register your child for the
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Courses will include Tap, Ballet, Toe, Baby Classes,
Women's Classes and tumbling Just for Boys 4-12 year
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JI m1 6 I to enage L(4 .07! It ^ 9,00 to a- m 4 E.DJ I
"-- articles for sale, including s ,
ind other interesting items. R.. o,"erure R6
treshmer "vwili ne served. A tui fGarmj w o cW i x e Mrlier InvitOm to.Ia s t=
n eTh -Mr' Bartlett Cfrs Af was-vtuned (.. b
Lut-of-Town Guests Gamb.t,'pjon Church is spon. State Departent. letters d s"rather dp
uneruamnSu b 'she R. K. Merls'" solngtb 6Si bake sale Friday she and Sr. reduced '. _-
T. P SbeMr. and Mrs. R. K. Morris of at ten 4 loc at the Church. letter .
e oeVis.ta entertaiel ial '" a the Cr is
p: guests during the Easter bolidays..Free will basrved, )Bked Capt. Harol er Jr a d
S"r' and Mrs. narfes Dempsey of items -ude, a t 0osghnuts, Li' jet ac Sa
Maracaibo, enezuela were in eagst lake -r.olls, a e mission a r
Panama tor tour nays. Mr. e1,wODd a
Maugbmaln, of Bogota Cblomb cakes; cookies pies *d m- Iead. ce a f
ort toe kX.trso i n am ys Wi M Th al hel.n a 11 t0 1
$ parents. Mr. and Mrs. Wilniam M ohe eke.D.be said theywuftmunew-MArts t,6
tienzey of Callornia pa bk.gers a valt* tserve you. '.- obtain State. Uplartqe permt-A- IIm I
aboard the S. Kungsunlm were .etm to visit so
dinnerues of te alorrs! on The letter was dated larch 12 ommnerial p
Sneaturday. uesMr. and Mrs. Tollef and came in Chinese with an s&- tlee Panama Canal a
Monnicne of Boqufte, ChiriqUi r. W lma Miles Navy, Chlb companying treanh latis otf EnI, t in AMsw a .
rived on Monday and Mrs. MOm The reogulo buipsiea m l ng the Red . n B ra ~
1cae will be the house guest 0 t a tte asof _.1, -
Maonnene s unuergog ui y ratftmnt club, will -e April 1h, at addressed to Chpq thJeb1 Ii
ArI HoSpthalew emedbmi Me Tsoe inateram.riha Womans Clubhe ib Chit Di le t All nehrmn .wh o et received.
ARIAS itare wer ed by Mrs. nter-Ameritematten Chamans lub nd The World Travel Film interested in takigtrip to the "I view of the earnest wishes llarunerprevious recors
an-American Night celbtbd last evening at Panama's The ialboa YMCA will canti. meeting house at 6:3o, to you have expressed o co ming tO s result of
VUnion Cln nue ne srifec of umse ad.a e t t some slidp j und Information Chia to see 1tt your son, Haid ot U.m b
"---- 4oMrld Travels on Tueday igit on San Bias, to be own uby Mr. Foc rwe wous.like dto e il .,e al a "I
of Pan-Aatprlian Rep1pblics'ibliuM va l do;Che Apr alt b vm.oonSan Fred Basch you every possible assistance Tel tl b
o.. 9an- .rc-n RepubUca' iMartineu Ocajio; Chile April "Would you please let us j ian-
F lags C great e E leg a nt E effect -il m ,Delv alley ; E cu ad o r- S a n enera is in vited to att n thesewen yo p n on c n tMa r ts .
SsnCrea Elegan iarita uea Ue l Hawaii and Wings to Bue P rwuad For any information and rearva- .a so that we may be able to try of *e ..wt ej
'-mrAt Union Club uites ,Uie a nd ElSaltvod tieruate5 y F" *
The I nt Amera a O e t satema n e on program th Laes.ions, lease contact Mrs. Fran. r.alke the necessary arrange. el
,Club Pag earist of the Americasfa o sho t b ma. ces Kluge at. 3971. .'eshments teed Toyou st reads, Chou se .o Mars 9 5 w the w r a
i- t -t .celebration of an cela u Lelgn er, Haito-Glo- day. -eKluge at" I. Reoeshmnts Menrs for you? m h 3rl A -0wa
mark Da.y irn Panama In riCastill Honduras-Agnes will be served after .. meetig. "Withyou ~be a g Chouls Is etMarch ly with tr
'Amerkan. Brin; o en lBert AFuentes (For more society news please Ai En-lal.'- sito. Thet f wore only l'tn s Uitso
strikinables of manner. And th a- a a ors n aran A. P e turn to page 9) letterappeared to assume the ernmunt ships. .
tables f Pa ma and_ the Cau Di ll .rambri; Rep Do- o Fischers could make the trip, it The d lly .average mof
l ubZa red. Ao the Un ino :le n S i A am _" u R Do- -d.rd Hi S. 'as dated considerably a after the traynits .last month wase r
tClub and, fJr sf ts._ ed m e rate Department turned thumbslwhich exceeded the former remor4
tl the effect of thep 'el n anca down on suth visits. tet in Februnry, .which was 2.y
club's lo te lread y r- an Ame rle an Day Luncheo SNli en S sw Dg Hammarskjold. United Na. ollas ollectad last mouth on dom
.dered w;'.t"amBd flags1 of k11s uninon Club Ped Ad* tions secretary-general, went to iercial shipping amounted to 13,.-
the 21 Rm,. ne IThe "Mesn Redonda" of Worn Peace Advococy y& ed China in an attempt to o -I ,53. This wa -hr. Ist l.a
/horld. Gal s eYlfewas add- in of Pan ama, held a special! Red"in release of i mprisoned Amet.t oht .tol.5on 2. Thmis. l t .sahi pa.
ed to the scmir as ie th'rminglunmcheor yesterday noor, at the WASHINGTON, April 15 (UP4-- ican airmen ,and returned withIexceeded three' mlliaondollars' in
young models began their Pa- I.mon Cub, to celebrate Pan-Al Adm. Atthur Radford, chairman word the Communists had offered one month. .
rade of the Ameries. ..Those nmetan Day. The wives of the op t Jetoints' Chief of Staff de- to let relatives visit the captives. The previous record month for
modeling were: from Spain- Latin American diplomats accred- el&g*.ted ivltary men "consti- AL the time. the Fisehers were o-mmmeresal tolls was set, in De
Srta. Pitia Rodriguez; Argentinaied to Panama were tne guests tvte gng ** torld's most sin. A nte among a rumber of parents, member 1953 when $3,962,745 wag
-Monica Scott; BralL-Telma of honor. For tlus luncheon, Miss ctre~dvonte6 u of peace." wives and other relatives of prid- collected on WO tradAts.
Bueno do Prade; Colombia-- aruia Olympia de Obaldia the i adford mAi the declaration in c ers who expressed a desire to
Olimpla Castro; Costa Rica Club's Presidcnt served as chair.. speech at a, ceremony in which go. o Tolls on Governmenth last
Virginia Solormpno; Cubs, Br Ll- Wail. *.fe A rgieriS society pre.S nsBut the State Department said month amounted to $64,AM, bring
'- ... :. seated khhav4 .40 millionth no. on grountis this country does Ing the total an both lasses at
Fasn h For Bible suppimad to l-Armed Forc. not have diplamatic.olations with vessels to $3,015,42Afor the"
The Gimboa Women's Club es and poplatiot liberated by Red China and the safe conduct-lonth. This was over 40*0
s'lbs Gamb.-a Women' sho ub s them. -of visitors could not be ;uaran- short of the record total collected
sponsoring a fashion show to ber ".f... "*teed. The Formosan crisis also in May 1953 when there were 80
.'h..eld at c vin c hen'ter Apri 22 "I think d" ,o fight ,arsives ws9 rising at the time. transts by ocea.golg vssela, of
t 7 p.m. A citation has bee do battle u t soi of Mrs. Fischer said she -and her whichL 130 were Govemrnment shaps..
extended to the community to the world's most Anere ad..ocat-. .husband have new hopp that their Both tolls and trasits Srw,- th
participate- ir this event; there ia of peace," Hadf,' I. ose -first nine months of this tiscal
will b e models fromthree years s a flvlp re wc to he. )emr are under- t mhaguy for a
up. During intermission Miss DO- safety of others ktWe w he t m comparable periodi n the'revious
lores Kosan will dance. She is a full price which some s must WHow ro have f a r eiscal year. ta
specialist in Spanish dance. A mis t e paid in er to p serve year are
ec laneous booth will offer severaltree world." ,-' 73lU A uti z 99. up toM ,t. -


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-way.F Pour yourif a poonfu t fiscal year 194,
this special medication ... hold it
Now( to ma life eaier for the n mour m o at. minute DAR tsheew
homemaker, there's a speedier down your throat.. i sd upD.. k o
way to prepare roast chicken and the thick, i, NearS Completion
still have all the lusciounesso sm1 .oothin a pt 'a
n s heomecooldins... and motel ep down to e brnchl -President General Getrude
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hichkeM need. mly to be take have r ... there's nothing like utek memorial bell tower at Valley
She ,a heated. Tihe'r ly's! a ac your duggis o afo Forge, Pa., is expected to be
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S the piek-k the flock... the tatlang, inexpensive But ey's The tower haa coDt an estimated
plumpet, meatiest chickens thai Caandiol MIxture todarl (,000.
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"40 -Mi Iracul us.p Vbedeo -urc who e an If they sea.ofh.evnm right thou ., t ..eh y.ar,

l alaoconduct -ite servi s at vred-tn s no w w oa o r t o you m erin oa. A silver dollar "walk-up
clock wHore witereWt w1 lo inesi ton s your firm duty i to do what you Ifnhg will be take to
l a. eate tj' Thcrt may.she atrourh..b .d-fcot t e the erec
"a on 1OE Lde 4, $l 73-l Omn ;s-:i. dI v t louS i all ofwith
ciBlba 'e: i4 fApi 5tru glz ag w n. heel".
MedalcFa.w e, -he 1 & Lfi nentaa.mutheIp.opp"ty isyou

b teAlaA well knowd. reuldnlt of thea" oia her al W purli
AtlantI c de Mr. Murphy was n mterInlhe

born an Du blin. rlm ass wan Sealed bids in uadru"I te rIIsdiffi
i. naturalized United dAs tea 1ci will he Aeepted at tse off ce oit 't an eawl
thet Canal.oagawwhatlnpphoyinsf9ow 14 -in-la

use. He warn itnt employee with Pro rNo D ipoaal, Bldg. 7, C -ot. r new to this day a ed
9 00 CYur orirstt-n --..isztodowhatprou

clerk In the Recm q t wil and F orr am .elis rigt--- - -- Th are let A part
I They

wring. Agency am|,wihmw in hiidt.OJM, Th I- wpolnt if a ru/dinotber "' .. l l i, .e
10La 'ek S ie Ra l 9 _VW.9 er Foris I "'"'I .I1co il. And s"e dw ',. A = !i
an at te time f his ttiremen

llHe later wl r as a akber ANIML REPORT sdof. a i. t a. a c anb la
in 1946 he war fEmas. of the BOSTON (UP) More tharn ap r. Th a uness ohe d r.and-
Panama Railroad stables. Since oL00 animals were treated lomt m hr hsi made dtemied
bi e k retirement he has made his 'ear by the aasuacmhsetta Society idp ingme
.... .. nome hia Gattenjele s. the Trans for the Prevention of Cruelty tion.
h: . ,-. lahmian HiWe r. wrAnimalsi nPdb---w-I- ,
3Ic r H 1w.tenne Division employee, receive lett of comnauton dtia H "w.."BC.-
M a-i.." O'' ?ci-- r !omaa d-g -aener.l Ue. MA*a C.bbeana and *esen- .l.......a
R 8 *n e owardhn g,--genrcym*eUatEer WHW EU JNE UUUFarl EpE
He later'w, a chec. Center ie RobeR POThenter, civiH .n cae .. .. .,r ,-.
tinatthe of ireireenm oaanrr prior to preening t with a welclaeli,_. 0
Panaa Rahvsod stble. Sice A000 nimourwre teateedam moter assmde atatemireihv
of dty ad ssltbit.t y n te ee sccesfubeeomhas The' mes le tepMasachusmts loietye
f itratene Div oi empoys reUi le cot rmi hete)saIoh 7

flo w wo ars \t B aunt' trutlworthyour tcanar yI W j S oyou i ng eli
Hearl leAidtpe o g o4

en. Mo ; .0 1 Il needs a y'ou era0i d h.,
.. Gen. M a ch,0 9, balanced xtni.. T. .elea b .
t{erwtdo To Be Buried j 9 diet -to fiheul*ve, Yaou

most unusual container went toArnmy C l SafnW d / /IR \ VKoW I I ap d ane S - ,d; -
I. K. Morris e other winners i. will be buried with f _.-."oa- [ u u l a to
.'er: Captain. B i Tucker, Cap- "y honors Monday in Atgton hvI-.ky 'he h --vis pea
t.i ob C&a., Colonp H ornian, tional Cear '-i t e re o
Jack Graam nand Father .1. 5. iarch died WednedayM at Wal ,-. e.p ,1,,,,0elhe-H-I Y, u! : ea *
MeDuffle. Honorable mention a-|(I Reed Hospital. Th body will .I J UU "A healthy canary ]ust loves 0 Hi n e- r Bi to... .. ..
ward were given to Bud Paret in state at a eral in, and th lucky bird who get.
Temr Oglesb, Bob Boyd Sr., Bill oe until 10 p m u aiy Fr-ch_ ITA-nacu diet of Bird Phmwi. -o, ri e Ashl ieday.
NaIhol, L laT'ry Drenran, O b- o no pr m. Sunday.indyuut l hPer
lSaumann, Mtonlo White. Br n voe and i. n-bbetter hm alth" TELE HEARING CENTER .
Carpenter' an W. Outerson. t years. pateedls have abeen s CAWoI Ae r-
ire . .... n ceved from many parTs of the Inu-- r lT1,1'A.ealtcannuRsl As .i
ward _.i. ses Incnl tudi" "ng Buo" i W KAY16nt i .... 9, ma .?..,ni.rd whls I se
Tmark r .merbcao Day d Sr.,"BI hoFench's I_ t... it oing BIrd SE EDoTel. 2-13it, r a C 1690ltPyam
eran aDy was honor- ma a IjRn BIRD SEED T.... ... use i I
dat thl reglr weeky Roaes, 0 .m ..
eloee at thome- nTy o Colu R% Ab. Inv- I I --
d guest Idnce members ofr I
the wTwentQne Club of Cristobdj
ligh SehooB. I She first three win-.

Ssur seams wil aiwaym be
s.raighe/, too -i with Kayeer R oa

tlel r. -. or twirt,-guarnuee- to Ie '
tMrs A E Dais ou the smoothest, trimmest
GIreni fifth. Mrs. I. D. Free . .., I you've ever had
.it&Mrs b. s Shine' a

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Al Ancon April 21
The St.Mary's annual charity
plans for the torthcomrng an-I,
at .acred Heart Chapel social .R.ir' I-9
fal Drunds at Ancc'n an
April20.1, and "3. A hil- A
iren's matinee 4Js planned for cEW
The doar prIen o ualtchigh Idel- The juiceysruat, nuder
btz set wil be drawn for on the frsng vg -bles "re bled-d nto
lSat sight of the bagar. Tickets rau- C
for thin pritu trenow being sed. vitamia.packed
They may be obtained by call- ,aeams At f I-
In jalbn 1747. time-or between I/
post be noa p h parcel meals--V- ji-e/
arnss have be an received for ment tb. apt.. -
IEZq.Ie.pst sale this aear. and th e q ekl., ei n
This has bite n oe o n the most .S t thi ideri.. lo
popular feathegq of the baktsr beemaS imferpsew'hedeanim*
,,I, .-4 %

pg '.presenting...

1.c four distinctive deign-As, each
Inposeesieg wtomm.n ,haity of l /a
Fn Z ma npf thesparcel:mCsh -;s ne --

tamnlthable. requiring onlyager"asatin finish h a use
mlhinbe of care. The blefoned tad
'ale4i rne-pi, handle Is adsd from
Th is asbe..t l e Most -- ...... ., .e-n- s
popla ss l. fthedle is =,prs.dMao /

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$ca/ and

Canlreas River w ie- Club
fleets 'Fylva CpOW PresMeat
Mrs. 6ylva Catmter was elect
ed President of the Cardenas Riv-
ot Garden Club e Tueday eve-
nig when- the regular .monthly
meeting wfl held; at tl*- home of,
Yr. and Mr Cbharles' Morgan.
Mrs. Carpenter succeeds Mrs. E.
lisa s imrhmaue, aw has served
aar PrUimS for the pant two
ye 9. A rousing vet of tha kp
wig gyve to :Mn/MHeurtematta
L,.. :. %
of her eaingd o Aateand ingo
at o'ti ofhr toer p the Club.

Were the Fower. Arrangements
Iuaen by the men. Mrs. Moo-
f xntl zea ,and judged all the
i st: The: n ra! ps fr ftl

; '1

'00I I.docbtna, April &-
Th e-ldtt 'nOetfslt andI a
Tlokade of the captl- fored
Premier iNgo Dinh -BM to call

Or el 'siNent "l sita-.
tu XT h-WPMOI .laad f -
Il . for the Amerlc,.ba c.ed
prft.ier to led tee Vtbtnarm's
delegation to Use vaditm con-
ference '1imin April18. ,. I
Diem Ic bnd- his pla afi.,
ter the reb- owu- etsL seeki
his downl TS3F .d a block-I
ade o. BLteii.l Sianultaumous&y
rebel troops staged new atacks
This end i uneasy truce
led today to aflrofficial govern-.-
ment stat mnt which said.
|"The chief < the pvernmept
wul 4Pt 13tti*.-r_ Bandan,
Ito 'ead .|. delega-
tion aMsi to .himI
bI lwo.: situa--

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|nraced 2-Year-Olds

o Dispute Silver Cup

S41-2 Fg. Sprint

4 = -
, An unusual weekend of racing will get under-
.y tomorrow afternoon at the Juan Franco race
Ik with a $1,000 classic for previously unraced
Motive two-year-old thoroughbreds featuring the
. Classic events will be run at the local track on
..cessive days for the first time in years. Saturday
Ie "Cotejo de Nacionales" will be the big event
1file the track's best imported thoroughbreds will
lpute an expensive silver trophy and a $3,000
.irse on Sunday in the "Guardia Nacional" Classic.
_get' is a bys colt by Barre- This colt has shown both speed
Gateaba. "He Is owned by the land stamina. Carlota is the fast-
als Carinthia, trained by Agus- eat at the getaway but she weak-
L.oabe an, wil be ridden by ens badly in the homestretch.
S"Paco" Bravo. Mlooshiner a slow beginner, has
rir ax owned and trained by displayed late foot. Don Brigido
dro Solarn, is a bay son of could be. a sleeper but Erimax and
Ia.l-Fables Alfredo Vasquez Radical haven't shown much.
B-e n the saddle. i The secondary attraction will be
varlota, a brown daughter of a 650 mile gallop with the im
iesis-Petite Mis, is owned by proved Kiosco taking on Postino
rise ZIleta and trained by Isaac vich, Vulcanizedo and Sinm Fein.
penez sui iraldo has the er. The latter returns from a
Ip on thit speedy filly. well-deserved rest.
calI B as brown son of Jach-
sture. He. will be' ridden by .
,nb r&gd a brown colt by JUan FranCO Tlips
nuesls.-Stalaban, will be under
t powerful pushing of Bias A- By CONRADO
irre. This promising animal is -i i 1 Oean Star
Spropert y atMrs. Carmen Na- a1- Alal Ocean star
rO de-Arosemena and is being ..Martanhna Empire Magic
0l9 by Vicnte Vasquez. '-Jal Aail sierra Ve.luda
bybiner a.by son of Rumor- 4-AvIS Regis
e JA owned by the Stud 5.-R-,MaIno .Ika
and trained by Ibero 6-Dene Maiden Floreno
ez., Hustling Francisco 7'-Barlyon Pug-llst
SRodrigue will to the 8.-.arlots Moonshlner
S-Sally pruee Barge Royal

Sbas. been the most im-a 10-1Elcf!.
a of the group in workouts. '11-Joe's Fiddling

Sinn Felner


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saiudar "000"
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luan Franco Graded Entries
P.F. HerM S key WgL COWl0m.C ODDS
1st Race-' D Imprud Fgg.Purse: 4.N Pool closes: 18:3
Sptat Race of the Doublem

2-Quo Vadis
3-Atom 0
4-Ocean Star

V. Casti. 118 -Way down 1a class
J. Brivo 110 -Could score here
F. Godoy 102X- Noth Iws months
F. RodrL 115 -Re0gl t top form
0. San. 110 -DLm]P wiI in last
A. Ycaza110-4 BC^*bWtlCrm
A. Vas. 113 --,Shoul t these
A. Enri 108 -Best foott
F. Hldal. 108 -Rates .'l".1anrce
B. Agui, 110 -Runs w lAguirre

2nd Race "H" Imported ,J Fgs. Purse: 400. Pool closi
Second Race of the Dne01t
1-E. Magic B. Agul. 110 --o W W 0iS lt r.ces
2-Sun'r Moon K. oW-es 112 -Dista p .handtcaps
3-Courtly P. A. Valdi. 113 -Nice effort In last
4-Marianina F. Rodri. 113 -Last was revealing
5--Golden Tap A. Vas. 115 -Distance seems short
6--Tempestad M. Ycasa 113 -Could score this time
7-Lifeboat F. Hidal. 118 -Excluded from betting

3rd Race "H"

6-S. Velluda
7-Jal Alai
9-(Don Pitin

4th Race, "F"

4-0. Fan
5-T. Tflln
6-Don Jalme
7-i Marllu
8- ( Winsaba


e4: 1:15


Native 7 Fgs. Purse: 5175.00 Pool closes: 1:45

F. Godoy 102x-Longshot possibility
A. Verga. 117x-Distance handicaps
0. San. 110 -Has strong finish
A. Ycaza 108 -Ran wel in last
F. San. 115x-NOt In this distance
V. Casti. 120 -LForm Indicates
F. Rodrl. 122 -Should beat these
E. Orte. 104 -Usually lose up
.F. Rose 120 -Last doesn't count

- 10-1

Native 6% Fgs.Purse: 175.00 Pool closes: 2:20

J. Phillips 110 -Good recent races
B.. Agul. 120 -Mutuels favorite
E. Pita G. 112 -Nothing to indicate
C. Ramia R. 109 -Will score soon
D. Barrett 105x-Not against these
K. Flores 115 -Back hi best form
C. A. Gon. 112x-Rider handicaps
F. San. 100x-Light weight could help
J. Gongo. 115 -Excluded from betting


5th Race "D" Native 64 Fgs. Purse: $300.00. Pool closes: 2:55

4-La Enea

M. Ycaza 113 -Was never better
F. 8an. 96x-Must go lower
J. Bravo 122 -Dangerous' contender
J. Avila 117 -Ready for payoff
A. Vas. 118 -Ran well in last
L. Giral. 119 -Distance handicaps
B. Agui. 112 --Quits badly in stretch

6th Race "H" Imported 6% Fu PuPrse: $40900 6ol close: 3:35
First Race of the Double

1-Granero F. Rose
2-Barriroe L. Otral
3-P. Midi J. Cado.
4-Y. Prince F. Hidal.
5--C Edgar J. Phillips
6-A. Fulmar
7-Coropellno 1. Oongora
--FlOreno XK. Fiores
9--Lot 0 Trouble
10-Devon Maiden J. Bravo

112 -Failed miserably In last
110,-Poor recent eprformances
106 -Could score wt price
118 -Way down in jass .
115 -Distance seems short
-Racing to good form
110 ..leose. I hlast -
113 -Seeks third straight
112 -Racing to top form
110 -S-hould be close up

7th Race "Sp1elal" 44 FgIs. Parse: 500.00 'ool closes:
Second Race of the Double -

3-Pappa Flynn
4-Pinebug '
5--Lazy Brook
7- (Irish Profit
8-(Welcome S.

J. Rodrl. 115 -Lacks early speed
A. VM. 112 --Has strong finish
A. Valdl. 110 -Still too green
M. Ycaza 104 -Plenty early foot
F. Hidal. 110 -Shows good speed
F. Rodri. 110 -Jockey will help
B. Agul. 114 -Improving steadily
J. Avila 115-Unknown quantity


8th Race "Cotejo de Nacdailes Purse: $1,000.00 Pool coses: 4:40
Clssle" (Added) 4% Furlong QUINI LA
1-Tingat Y. Bravo lit -Has best workouts 'Even
. 2-Erimax A. Vas. 115 --Hasn't shown much 10-1
3--Carlota L. Giral, 112 -Blazing early speed 3-2
S-Radical J. Gongo. 15 -Not quite ready 15-1
5-Don Brigido B. Agul. 115 -Will be close up 3-1
6--Moonsh r F. Rodri. 115 -Has strong finish 2-1

fth Race @ Imported 7 Fg.Purse: 5550.00 Pool elosee: 5:15

1-Cormorast F. Hidal. 106 -Showing improveiant 10-1
1-D. Club C. Chaves 107x -Must go lower 30-1
S-Barge Royal B. AguL 113-Hard to beat here 8-2
4--Proud Pel E. Orte. 105 -Not gQod enough 10-1
5-Monte Rouge A. Vas. 115 -Surprised in last" 2-1
6-8. Spruoe F. Rodri. TIS -Should win a:ala Even
I7-(Westow F. Godoy 109x-Nothing to indicted 5-1
8-(G. Dame J. Gongo. 110 -Tougher competitDMo here 5-1

10th Race "C" Imported 1 Mile Purse: 5650.00 Podl eloes: 5:40

3-Klosco -

F. Hidal. 105 -Distance suits style
J. Jime. 103 -Nothing recently..
F. Godoy 107x.-Form indlcatek

4-8. Felmer L. Girl. 115 -Returns from lyoff

11th Baee "F" Imported 1 MlePurse: 500.00 Pool closes:
1-Hurlecano E. Orte. 105 -Distance to liking
2-T. Ldge Mena R. 1X -Longshot pq 4..
3-Joe addingg A. Via. US --Did nothilngis last
4-F e E.,Pita 00 -Not with thiae rid.
5-M-- F.. a s .-Distance han.l.
6-Di F. -Op A lI5.-Ret(rnms froi 64
S' F -Rt good .
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BOSTON NEA)-Bosto0 l 'the
home of the bean, the cod and the
Brinks Robbcry-likes ts. foot
Laees on the lor.ng side.
Twenty-six miles and 385 yards
to be exact. it is at this distance
that one of the world's most fa-
mous tests of wind and leos takes
pace i'n Apri- 19.
That would be. of course -the
59th running of the Boston Mira-
thon, a brutal grind which be-.
gins in suburban Hopkintou and
winds throat gh the streets. of
Framingham Natick, WeIlqsley,
Newton. Brookline and then Bos-
ton itself.
The average person would shy
,.wy even from driving thi dis-
tance, but in Boston It's a mg
thing-a special salute to Pa.
triots' Day. A normal crowd for
this event would be 500,000 and
from sumewhere, the sponsoring
Eoston Athzetic Association digs
up more than 150 entries.
,from somewhere? Everywhere
is more like it. This year's field
is filled, as usual, with runners
itrom almost every part of the
The run hasn't been won by an
American since John A. Kelly of
West Acton, Mass., strutted across
f'rst back in 1945. Since then, it
has been captured by runners
from Greece. Korea, Canada.
.weden, Japan, Guatemqla and
Finland whose colors came home
first last year as Veikko .Karvo.
r.n negotiated tne course in two
hours, 30 minutes and 2 secondss.
They come from all over to par-
ticipate in this event, with the
wta=er receiving nothing more
than a lot of applause a Dig cup
Id a mark lack of breath.
For esampie, co-choices this
time out am Reinaldo Qorho of
Argentina ,o GUftat Jansson of
Sweden. Th pairdinsbaed 24 be-
hind Em6 Zjtopk in the 1562
Olympkis. Since-u t, Gorno has
shown a dinct liking for dis-
tance.i He no* .o y traveled all the
way to Japa01.lot he ran in the
Kama *UrA Marathon, winning it
in two houts and 24 minutes.
With' Karvonen and last year's
No. 3 flinaner Erkid Puolakke,
remaining in Finland, the class
foreign entries seem to be Gorno,
Janssmn. three JapaNse Yo,
shitaka Utclkawa, Sak Tan-
-Abe asnd JHop ,9mmurB. y
Oh, ves,'U 1t< winf Hri*
lians in this Patriots' .hy evelt
The best probably are Pvt. JoA n
J. Kell" of New London, Con.,n
and Nick Costes, a Natiei, Mass.,
Coqtes, who models his unlning
after Josy Barthel, has been
training seriously for this one and
must be rated a chance.
You get a picture of the hold
the Boston Marathon has on New
England when, you hear rumors
of Clarence Harrison DeMar, a
seven-time winner loosening up;
his legs.
DeMar is a -mere 67, but he
came iome 78th last year and
brought the house down..John A.
Kelley, who is to compete in his
2,th Maiathon, is taken for grant-
( d around here. After all, he's
only 47

A2 Years 6r National League
Written for NEA Service
QUESTION: A runner on first
base breaks for second. The bat-
ter foul tl the ball and it goes
into the catdher's- mitt. The re-
cever, noting that the runner has
a big jump on hi, allows the
oall to drop. Dome this mean the
iunner must return to first base?
-Lo McMoerow.
Answer: .TMi year umpires are





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The Yanks 'think they have aI
mtighty line young ball-player,j
and they are dead certain they
have a migp.y fine young mah, inI
Elston Howard, the first Negro toj
come into the Stao=um as a mem-I
ber of the varsity.
Howara, who has been in the
farm chain mesice '40, was talent-
ca enough tj achieve Most Valua-
bic in tne International last sea-
son, awl preSumaoy is the coior-I
eo player the Yanxs have been
,aiang ior ait this time.
* Wnen Airancn Auckey oroke theI
coror uie in '47, mosL or ais ei-
leagues, went alung witn him, but
not pndl they has first paused to
ace wuait edeci puouc reactOun
woula nave un toe oox office. beV
etra& or wem ruueu ou. ai ai ba.
on cororea players seemingly orI
aau uiaer re.i.swu uan Lu o cayauzeI
on a new. trena.
Meanwale, te Yanks conti-
biieU W ie U AU petirtMuL auua-
mian persoulnel, Lug aI&a 1 ueyI
nasn A naru ui Jim crow's assab-
IWlnauU. u was too mnvug anI
upp6rluny xor raobie rouserb ani
AiAiJuu 5rjups 1o aguure. Lutid
als goat, raLUiUous support ruoin
d. t. JUI hlbUU, Wuu JU ueu A n
"e cry *of :acum prejuaiue.
I a ony aItr to nume, nuwever,
toat tiur:e aspecLs oL tUie btuid-
uois co0m nuLt gaams nave .iWee
too rekasurmig, vto to me more
-emakn.'le, AuUrjWiAl minus.
[ Lae conurass were giarigly'
shaiu in suuwsy series w.uaa u wI
jlanis or Doogers woula haveI
ulme bi four oiUrea puai.ers in
o% ieu, iuae Yanxs anvarrabiy
J- ahe Yanks weren't guilty as
chakgeu, oay were certamny go-I
ing uL.t u.elr way loosig i w
truebmiesa- t sdd ow trouomse tas
can me very Veraors in a commu-
Iany where tae ais aso a great
dea at none s sentiment aDous tale
(aigaty ac taan.
Inse act as, me nas sabught
Io mak att clear from me- stean
tiastauicolj.. %player wno Jaea
dianlares would

i-W .6 p ,lay. IU
U". b -th he m eoroppe ii
W .t kh a seed Vase
a .bueee, my advanced Ire.
rpi ai. n' at -evwney park .
played i 3ast seson?-

have no trouble miia g the tMam.
At tMe same time, the Yanks let
it be known that tney weren't go-
ing to carry colored players mire
ly to prove they were without
prejudice, or to appease profes-
sional agitators.
It is no secret the Yankee front
office has been under almost con-
stant ure since Brooklyn signed
RoD.son. twice the American
Labor party, said to be crawling
with Commieb, picketed the lta
aium. There has been a steady
rorrent of abusive, even threaten-
ing, mail and a great number of
pIone calls.
Whether te Ynks' attitude to
wart colored players is exactly
!as they have stated it, only
liessrs. Topping, Webb and Weiss,
the hign brass would know. By
the same taxen, only they would
know whether they could .have
acquired a colored player of ac-
ceptable merits earlier than they
In any case, it spems to me
their'refusal to stampede in the
face of evil forces and nasty,
snarling attacks, their, scorn for
Hypocrisy k a epediency, .and
$.kar oeteimn iattl5 to take a
sand, and uiwavermgly fight for
it. is all to iheir creiaL
Pushing people-around, dating
back to the me posts. has never
been popular in this country, and
the application of such tactics, un-
c.er the bogrh banndra of liberal-
im, can scarcely call for a more
tolerant or generous understand-
There as, of course, no guaran-
tee that young Howard is going
to come through as a real- big
scaguer. The scouts are unor m-ly
high on him and Ms '54 creden-
tUals '.330 22 homers and 100
runs batted In) are p4mittedly Im
The fact remains, however, that
It s still a lon0Fg-hp the Ita'-
jors, even fm t hipest minor,
and the ultimate test ma t always
be in actual eompetitloeu
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iftl Nio (1-0), K$ hider and White almost d tre ofa n t orbday wrie r ane lltr n IMi '
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40. hbFe tro hherd In the wie 10xl e- et underway at 9:30. The Canal Zone Polie Dvi-r l drove and Manuel have U RI IACA.S
SH__ T G_ TAR__ _f__iii Whensmom trot hare wltbn Sigma will be on the Tocumon lon Guards will hold their An- AWrIiena petition (aSgned by LoA.
.. .. r.. ... n.. p ae ,to ha highway to direct interested parl Chponhp Shoot at the 1 Juan Franco owprs and SA femSl NBA) U
ie r fo a touch neond hae satd th rew. ten o t and kyo Cara B U l e ll trC ) t aeyo Pans 's.. bnu h e d J
D ic iSe r I* A W l a ed that Smith negldcted to 1ome vr o0 syne i hn ed. ,,y o uar wrook, Cded l Zone, at Board a a t beOW1
St atr mile strip. 9:00 am., April 23. granted r on nde
i.. the bal there ing 0tut- the TW but time for cars A 17.O This match will be under the Ather In, the a raoesb enadrb. am
nVtI.t lJD i tniiifpliueler and 3 w r ebe second and for motorcycles 14.- Idirecton of aSt. J. F. Morris. f'bhHra te0yo rphe r omi e end If t
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Dixon andg W.. eypf or -AfMRim" thoe Com or Pa r n thef hd.,gsqUla
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th eYo -0nsIo lasa. e Mercury 1955 Danielsae7.67 2 (c Third.....Bronze 1 da a Sarato ga.
e lI-n lm s,,T, 1m0.o Ford 1955 Davis 1d7.7e7 3rd These primes will be prms ented e same ra, n. l,.
AS Of rts were lice Division and Capt. R. W on having b0 l0to ap ee and J ar. of. '--an"
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m At. soNuere. Ul h s m"a ld a t10-8 triumph. Do, n Newcomb, te i r P IV e matiru "tx e'
= -.,.- .. b/enn confg to hospil Io Wo dppoi' tn--. !5Ug.:Ce mens eth,'ough a.
GAnR ( r., O t hisa l t m found test of .the o ee Blboa Central St n a in the deter
i-yeaEMf'r l .D u ,, he n. s, drove in three runs hr dlw rieuf to P. Earle, wIo ae afk,', e R 'Ere ats I fty
Prt3 ply no Wlgwtichm Cadpeae me as tlthg f OT w Th f and Crd pi realan s theigBol dm. -W
Wld" the. t r1.% Pt astprlnloo home lnNof - ft 8dwsrui.ierYkonresoticattoToei
i promia_,e 1 .f_.l 0 for. o ,491Bet wa- for. the t who dropp hoans .t mOft d7.from an M ,.ANCHESTER, Fand (NA) t.im. l.emrl.oltt LtIt l -Ill""- .
Wa-- e AWashi e r ., the .tr Club lr distube abo the Gould and Alexander l. Bloom-ln, r een t70 2b n tlhve a th 'p
bso I-s. ai ot rll,.Iy rankd his one Tenth- ewhomersby _- section 1Tht acbt of ai stang of Blache, afield. Patie oma 'lfi1a
ohat a ".nh UerG l byb-TrTEsbc~Ala
.^h ar.nIhote-rteai ?rih0tstor. u ap Jackson .1and Ernie B d row foa ten dais. e a- nole urse Lang tar-on nP, mn Mnn hv 1
sIId o IIiI sd WO enabled e Chao ab4 t !ed rom New Qna,W In two years ,the bird hd Womens' Prison and JuvenAle an d OeedL
notin T D re- had. been seriosy ill ptr several ad run their winning streak to certificate to prove that he Is meer w nn mna dent whch our
ft ofstoIdo an. ar- eens. three gapues. The Cuba had ione aling stop thuis. ie packed a shot- Ruben 8. Cohen red some 16 ear. ago when Al- o
ah V ....t. ahead In the to of the nth yesterday Pmmer, who s uin i bag and the drove a Canal Zone Penitentiary cide and aoa
w sow is a During his career, Wclgst when pitcher Hal Jeffcoct horn- been In cons1a tran bla g. all to the spot where Blac.' John R. Bovell,. Harold Malo- Gifitfles fr in
af oeat of nil fought 145 boa, wning 85. He ered but the Redle tied. the since beating Jee wla std ney, el H. Hall Ralph cheer a .Grand a
:.aiisarmsJetr At he lost him title nNo. 28, 191, nthe oo t ea!ie then fired away--and Blac- Holder, Francis C. NZlaon, Elvin
ba cothweysmieht i wsawr-nerosoq BnthkotoonhuZoneoataeosge 'Irate1,
ny toU go rine 20BCit talifh Iron ondaolDlt round tripper. It was the third the mawi event Sund4y alght. down frou a tree and fly away Alfred Warner, Lester C.
.an LSU.r i~n ~ Cit, Cal. In Rble ru~n..a. straight losa for -Redlege. Chocolate, meanwhile, loo0 a with any ball in pight, w u. dead. Ch, Roy Bell sad .reorge L.
,ee.".-is,"e m t h"d le -t *reall-t Wehaer ...r.. mix-hit better every day during w- White. ""r
..his tt.. to Freddy Wel.. on p.. paeo d ePhiladel- workouts at the Colon Arena.' So or
ri at W eD.o", yp gcarW l o ] e t ........ ...PiramakngnthteeeWardadailygoingao

Ih sas I n retirement gamie that produced "o'aly" and appers to be in up-top ft-
bro HLO e 6 r pter lIe f ofalbadidon n his Iehhsawn MEMORIAL GAME do Parals o
RingeInF aop-, rewswltote-h. Lrrookle Ssame. Meisfm and The hs :Cly rated nephew oForer
Tjaorrlion Punt. w, 19 it0, in esa( Ward for the former world lightwelgnt chain- Cooerstown N. Y. --(NEA) -- The Paralso Civic Councilli-'s
'm ,, ,o t. In a mtes. Welmarinf u Sictnory ex- p ot ,a -.ae. wL .. Sv...-L The eoston ied Swx and the Mile Sports Committee today an-I ,-.
fr..o m a If.. tended his I9feore rerord a- inm~di ouh fetorg. n111f weukee Braves will play In the nounced' that it plsns to hold a"
-- galmt the PlateV to 19-7. 193 fights. (i last time out14h Hall of F a me exhibition softball tournament April 30 at .ba
n L Mike Garcia, a 19-.gme win- h was on the .d end s m e at Coo erstown's Double the.Paralso diamond.
I t!I i n~er.at sesaon, f"hed a yix- hi ly dted It- sy Field 1n uly 35. 7The ornament will be lImit-
.hitter add A sen s and Jim .e- gt m rd o ot.. "ed to ten teams.
i an hoered to lead the Cleve- i Havana. BROKE IN RIGHT I Jefferson Joseph, president ofin,'-
Lea ue hind to their second Td winner of Suday. PittSburh (N Dick the Rainbow city acitlie Coune l.
ls.osraifht 5-P delslon ever fig ht may be rewarded Withd Groat Pirates' .P-a f e ver hl prorated to send three teams
ithe petret rer.Billy Hoeft's ~eet ng with Joltin' Joe i played minor league b L He to the tourney. f
d. lsthru walk euoued to a soon a his hbad ear heal. broke in as a frst strphe, 0andd The five other teams that I
two4rUS Cleveland firta Iniz.t. hPlmmer's handlers feel t hat hit .284 for the Bues m,.Dag. have already been entered are onI
CONEjOissufr PLAY Smith's seod homer In ar hee will win easily depite -Bl#srg, Shoth Elks Unity, 35s-
O7O thrve Tribe r two l contacted to take em Ch- .PAYh TO W _... ... tie Lodge Elks and Cerveneria.i ne
I tmor7 a t e 4h'sad Hegan'F on aach- short u..lco Oceanporto N.J. ( __-Jton- Thetournament wil..be 6 one.- RE TREAD
i t.:00 at tnblow closed othe scoring In The semitflinalst will also be :outh ark has Tfd nwday championship bet awanse
u albes dium, the ecopd the nafth. gandall out In order tod its major stokes, with t chanonh withr pac g ReADS
game of the Fastlich League Will a-. Nixon. with relief aid ture bookings. Baby w mouth ancap for reeear-teamand also for t4e batting
layoffs wlHl be p ynd between from Ellia e inder, jt the |__T ,his Is a."must" ame for 9ox beat the New York Yankees, down contest, Thee brrs bat- of oplnio Is that the bot will Interested parties may con-lItU I
Ocelota for should they dro 8-4, while Sandy Consuerra tied to a thrilling draw the last not go the limit. tact J. Long, Tel. 4-633: Roddv llI lIl
Pthiasone. the cneJos will cinch nitehed a threeitter to iave me .they met-'lhl time- lth Twio f ur round beuts com- Prince, 4-505: Achille Pettit, P.O.I IlmIIff "llIH
[asbcse 1i the. 19title. olthe Chic1ago White ox a 7- tr-1 are sated to swap punches hlto lf all etar pro*rom.aox 584 Pedro Miguel orP. D. iillan
SO tlah ed Ntes.wilZl mos IIe-mph over I e u ans City Ath- a 147-pound limit ovB, e~it fnoral admdslO. su 0y $1.0 Rbertsn, Box 613, Pedro M I-
lerno Sanders n reserve for time m-rk aalat the P an rie d frI
the_ Ocelote wl e Bruce Baheman wh.ld Cosuegra hau:beaten the *" The e nWoul y
this the catching. Ftr the wotthtet n11, e eIoran
nteJW..Ledfo iakland ml. uidy.snce Jul_ m, 19m5 and om0 b.#, 2. Same hi *~IFy tmea m iiterial s used n
a 1re had Melslor doly f he 11se 5 iaBd *',ru mth r awnngtr tem.atnew re io 'fuy applied.
nh Miah tto .hC-oeer eeio Bnd onhht 'a hto-. -..Cn ndsotmioeyalrf tu i and tdpera.eA
firm e pa.stut b 'as '5s ts.b .Jo1.ns n.Oars and maxmum .r. .

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dead in aie and three
beset by creeping floods. *Lel the people know the truth and the counFIy Oate'" -Abraham U o1ln.
ing cpatUons began In
bu.ling mochitto River ';_ -___________
SWoovmle iss., where an
e number of persons T A AAMA, B. P, FRDAT, 1,
feared drowned when their .
biles plunged from a wash
b.ri*bing'es. Russia Drops Demands On Austria;
a g a iew buildings. A tor-
Iert sounded through coast- .
*uppties was called off this

egings on tornado.
*owind the storm swept
Sverging on tornadoW lated F8 Oreaeldo
ado buffeted areas west of -'
aUlrwick, Ga. but the delpging
a that accomanied em MOSCOW, April 15 (UP)-Rus- Schaerf said he believed the West The major issues for Austria owners Of the second, he s-aid,
Swelcomed by drought- ia today signed with Austria a would agree to the terms and that were the thousands of war prison. "we shall get rull independence.'
u farmers, new state treaty agreement that "I hope that we can get a state ers still in Soviet jails eand the The major issues for tb.Wajit
Sth wake of the tempest, drops the Soviet insistence on treaty in the near future. We are strict Soyvet controls on Austrian and Russia as announced b:tIn
4117romi enously keepingoccpa
a r omn y in keeping occupation troops in Aus- satisfied with the results." economy. Austrians were:
SAlabama and douth Caroll. triI indefinitely an instead prom- Raab was so overjoyed at the Brun o riorty, Austrian secreta-
Sthey were utabble to take t ies to withdraw occupation results last n ght he telephoned to ry of state for foreign affairs, 1. Austria will sign no milltay
Ste bSf runoff of three. troops by the end of this year if Vienna to proclaim to his people said of the firat "the Soviets have alliances with outside p.~ount i r
O at raleea vy damageal- a treaty is signed don that "Austrin will be fee." promised. to return all war pris. and will allow no foreign t i tary
ha4 been inflicted, runaing Previouslyt SoViet Union had bags-inside Austria.
n Msssspp soughtto leave latitude on the o Austria will guarantee
am AlAbama. stationing of occupation troops i O |. Austria will guarantee against
"r.aaBritish Foreign Office Sees -^ ^-^
nw veatiar losses were.Austria after signature Ofa a trea- dnexin9 w
top o 1 50-million-dol- ty. This had been one of the dead-Br eign O fanxinSeea
14abrn Zaflaners took two locking points balking treaty a. B tihop- troie In. and made a-
gago zrm. an unexpected agreement with the est. tra a party of his empire.
I~ freeze But in 4 new aide memoir no. K I"We will make a government in
the earl, Pa ou ad Russia this week and signed om e Useful arif declare we wicationill have l
,Z rivers in Missie a ppi today the Roviets propose towith- tary alliances and no military bas,
bittbothe Gulf of Mex- draw 'occupation troops from Aus- o es," Schaerf said.
at wereexpected triaa soon as attreaty eci 31n- LINDON, Aprit 15 (UP)- The orof 'Britain's ambassador to ThiUs means Austria will become
t M olnpoint and not later than bDecritish foreign office said today enna "wil be considered as eal and ur
SIPoint of a 35ss m Aa treaty has b the Austro-Soviet conference on soon as It is received." atween the countries of Et
.threatening fige s asso agree t han Austrian state treaty "appears "Meanwhile, we a glad toLe n theos of t s
.t g .ro adtsethreatening The Soviet also agree to re- ,aMostownat aume seaise eesacdmthose of the W te
yampage. lease all Aiptrian prisoners of '- have resulted in some useful s Ie .toI t Moscow communi- It means it carnot pool Its de-
pj* gtwoe ons--the drlv. war an civia presently held clarification of thb Soviet position. que hat the talk between the A- fenses ,.ith a rearmed West Ger-
I.. seen to plunge in the Soviet ion as soon as No official communication on usblan and Soviet ministers ap- many nor join the Wester de-
e ( nmoc the soviet tro are withrawn fro the Moscow agreements had o pears to have resulted in .some ene alliances or those of the
Bs re ue d eta u stri 01pra. r aw farm r been received in Britain from usefl eB4rflealofta of the Soviet est.
Wrmdv. Three other The ovietalso reaffirmed that Soiet g r t, a (Ureign ol ," he said ___l___________a____
l the Lithei Baoe will lm-lso reaffirmed that lee spoke an said. i" would recall that It has long ,
rhais ted I to a sthey wi s m their demands ftra been our desire to see the concl- au- aVinr
tram led into a brief el lra0tion 0 ym ent fpm Austra He added the Western ambas- sen at the earliest pmsible date aIU e Moves Close
t tria enfte i in tAustriane conme sadors in Vienna were expected of a treaty wh would restore .
La.. who ae n a. ommo to see the Autrianministers on full freedom and the Independence A t For tal
ilwthe Aomo- astre em and ua we out th eir return from M oscow. tO Austria."' IV IoNItu c a m alk s
Shiin four days of consultationa d10- The spokesman sa that the In rep to questions the spokes-
earodn the cold war. man made it clear h Western PARIS, April 1 (UP) --a
ein tae l dw Three so hMa rcved n spping Prem.er ,.dga.r ar
I& Inow pean.mod
t .atrea m 7, eely sI ac k On i. Soviet, migh m, ..ed goal of i Four talks
h a a snde n t nnatio, end to ard it A union of In JuA weth preparations for DRAMA IN THE SKY Delivery boy Andre Trem iy., 18.
I1 hiV. the iPr.spdeet naiIn sg to b pu d t a gdewu-o t ........ union ofinJu
the o r cupation Ian r- *| ALA. fl i ulitga utiGerm an, or an ls rtanters of intern down from h perch o t JCartier )
t eve nate country's satu a one W r's allian with wer blocks. tonal conferences. real, Canada, after h to kill h
aond ear af the ers rather than a victim I 'We are n fuli the pita re RiPening Fran Tunsian d r Di Mtallu a the yot
G ewa, b skidded ofW W War Il p ittn of the spsciflAc a rangmendts homn r rle talks kept him up un- and r he etred bottom.
raftl s d te A-. TThdey ave -eve" a r n they Lwhiech have been discussed and til 030" GM? today' #ter an of bengu arrested, after h ,Lue ndi that
,t, .cin print" of a ned we them to eientual- a2 4 o.rs in W c he. was making out of the cud. toald Sd"ethat l" -
in, whi inegt theruso- Atrian& Mont to WWB R AGTONd 1 (UP -a given bydI i the Aus t.aasominrs- m yoothed It o1 gotegs !otf ntaa wle h'
te I siee th t It cotaned hidden Rep. Charles B. Hoeven (Ia to the Westest a assdo 31 y arold (I wt.)'.as onM e .papTrembloay wau U
ethed o ac*se al on.d a Matthew Ml.e ViNn ) on ,' he sai. f r on A
awa s grae d e ielwas sbaned at (1-W.Va.) today of Comentin e on the a e mo m-ic-sIo-0 I o
-shelte still 9:30 a.n8t o as8 o Soviet t ics" criticising Preldentns tss made s minister e P
f ,l00 persons t oreua th Vacbeslav M.Ct ienhower's chu rch-g g tri, okesman strong ar- West Gesrma chancellor Dr.
nN S IMoli' who broke the long dead-. phain eeat all the feternm onrad Adenauer.
Slock on March 24 when he Invited He said in a weekly newsletter powers had renounced t h i r
Austrian, chancellor Julius Raab it is the type of "constant snip- laims years ao. At the same time Faure kept
to Moscoww t discu a treat. g" at the President by D em- Meanwhile France cautsly a wary e n the first rund f
Officially thp agiement signed rats in and out of Congress that hailed Moscow's agreemiet to fnation- c le eCntonnal election
today was on aide memoire, ad the American people resent. s:5n an Axstrian state treaty. and *N ie td fly down to his
omatic agreement setting forth government officials in Paris home consituency tomorrow or -
n formal ge the terms n He saidNeely's complaint that continued to press the Wetren al a grasoot look-around be-
der which Auxtrla and Russia will the President had "laly noed lies for an early meeting ofat ex- .fore the polls open Sunday morn-
sign the ruaty a church" was a "calculated and parts to prepare for a full-scale Ing. '
Austrian vice chancellor Adolf deliberate personal attack." T" Big Four conference with the With re from Moscow -
1... .75 & .40 1.. senator, he said, should be "au Soviet U on. timistic but chances for the
It-0d to task by members of his Own Author.tatve sources said the long-ai Anstrian peace
I.I A..0I-C-K Iparty for presuming to sit in agreement on -delayed treaty as a result of Chancellor
.9 i8%..soUpm Jjuadgment on the spiritual life Of Mate treaty ap red at first Julius" Ras's SoViet trip, Faure
Loss*Of*. . the President sign to be a de Mt toward called U. Ambasandor C. Dou -
-- a wider Big Four evence on las Dllion and British Charig
We Ms oY u ah tGermany.re o d'Affaires D. P. Reilly to his or
am- R Two Young I 1 F At the same time, ft in- flee yaqierday.
i -ster Antoine Pinay an
ToA0 v I sl a.nds P M l in vitation to visit foreign An official nounceent said
M..nquer m alley secretary Harold MIcM an next later the me etingwams part of a
in weekI London where again continuing Bft Three exchange
andAUAL .VLga In redim Floillprpess athe Fre camp forofTiew at "'creating fa-
and busi cinles here re-,I spee..din sp _meeting with Russia. vorable conditions for an even-
dicted today the U.S. Supreme Premier Edgar and top tual big four 'eqfaterence and to
onding"quickie" NURENDERG, April 15 (Up)_ French government o ofim-th e
divorces th i Islands American authorities toy qes- media tel y began's .the text ~pareor the oas t h
S would deal 6 heavy financial tioned two young Czech s who e agreement .Austria next .meeting of the Atlantic
im blow to the United States ter- flew a tiny plane 175 miles nd Russia. co el"
SON W t ultory 'In the Caribbean. through Euro 's "Mig alley" n A estn Gran foreign of ce the
In a decilsea handed down In a hedge-hopp flight to free- ,spkeo-Soviet Bonna wd-al probthe MTy c4, prove deeng anhr
Wah a Monday, the court dom. "an extraordinarily mi p or tan t oppOrtty for Faure and Pinay
knock out -the-law permittn The U.S. Army picked up the step towards relaxation of world to with U.8. Secre-
divorces after six weeks real- two men early yesterday after tenslon ." John Foster Dulles
dn.ce. they landed their "borrowed" The spokesman added that if a" it new Foreign Se-.
Virgin Islands Trade Com- single-en1 sports craft in S agreement leads to a peace tre- rotary of .-8.tq John Foster -. dellye
missIoner DaSag Mass estimated Jowed fle near Rohrberg. Im- ty guaranteeing Aus' aD's per -us-and Britain's new For- CO [O_ -- ghtened a seare, R, .
the ruling w ul result in a loss elligence agetr brought them dence and feedom It wl be elgn ,rt5ry Harold Maci .- I', qling to his employer. Lu ""i.
of more than $.780,000 annually, here and the U.S. 6th Armored warmly welcome by the Bonn lan. ii e e ,uei
He said the number of divorces Cavalry Repiment laced a government.
granted in the Islands !ad guard a around the plane. o He was asked ifi Chianti- I I mI I /
a roped frubin a total of 345 In ao". r Konrad Eden. ".
refusal of the U.S. D)striet Court information on them except collor Julius saab o t s
S- to grant dnvorc- to confirm that they had asked rw after the Bonn Ue TiYa
.s T lai-s. for political aSylum. e Arm ~- s sovereignty"
-he district Lartment officials for question- dany doors" the spdhan -a
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Brita i. Fonmally Denies ,Responsibj. y

A lFor Chinese Reds' Plane Crash D&*I[

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S-LONDON Ap 15 (UP) the crash. Three urvivort -&Uall man group.
-Britain MW -up its on-the crewmen- reached Ba apo! Moscow radio-
rspot r tug 8 Ba formal = de- yesterday aboard a BrtiAh rea- anlght that the
alal today Roed China's cue ship. Camee
that, Btsh negligent Meagwnile communist Chinese, Berlin radio
et u a bpnioad1 Indoneslan-and Indian Inve- The MoscowM
orInp-hegotors ham rneroft W
China Aspmoft off Bfrn% e ,
-%*-4SWM the0 Air Ind l fne nashed.tStw hn

I e- IMenwhile two leftw Indo-
ol.Wbn_ was ne=a newspapers echoed ed
note to the Chinese baes aof sabotage on
N dn a- the plane called fr tr
for e tal ordinary security precasutima to
By. safeguard delegates to the oI>
framed at the' ference.
re. It followed The donuedan Ln. UdMbI
mmedlato ver- team wo- co do
Pepinc cus- meat and air offtma. t
iMI al- wM was a to toe cr1 u anute
coastet- from 1
PrlAeM to be TW& Wij d Ohi-
Neo reas" s aaWSises- alsao


Ruts *athe ?#to a
Poice 1 &"do en-
tered the. r Oh r two pean
were frhntnt, the un
out of. Me n. h. Lrhed
Into the fraya. as ,'a I tIl taxi
dATI,'lt e were
parke nepr the3 i 'Ame to
the aid of two vole officer'
The melee ended' aste a wild
struggle, wheo' ti mag-jty of
the cadets had fled.- sle. their
five colleagues locked' a -sug
feat with the polloemtn and the
The policemen, severN' drivers
and the five cadqtas .uffeed mi-
o brul and = eontW& ma a
result f the-1t.M.. -
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