The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
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Panama -- Panama

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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University of Florida
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AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER



anae eoe no the truth and the country is se" -Abra n

"Let -the people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.


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CANADIAN
WHISKY


:rilTH AYEAR


PANAMA, R. P., MONDAY, APRIL 18, 155 ""V -


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KING-SIZE BLAST Rising 40,000 feet into the air at the
Atomic testing site in Nevada a dense mushroom, one of the
largest in the current atomic series, is seen from Angel's Peak,
55 miles away. The' detonation was witnessed by British and
Canadian observers.


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it took Science 40 Years


To Catch Up With Einstein
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PRINOETON, NJ.. April 18-
(UP)---t toolMiwrld 40 years
to pro-w w t tan aoa bomb-
one of Albert Einattin's earliest
equation. ve League


Hot Stove League


PRINCETON, N. J., April
18 (UP)- Prof. Albert Ein-
stein conceded that only a
few persons could understand
hisr theory of relativity, which
holds that time; is not an
absolute thing.
He himself gave this ex-
planation of it:
"When you sit with a nice
girt for two hours, you think
it's only a minute. But when
you sit on a hot stove for a
minute, you think it's two
hours. That's relativity."


On', his Wt1 -lbrthday, rix
years 4gof fellow acientsts, dar-
ed to hope that terrestrial expe-
riment might be able to prove in
10 years' time some of the
"subtle and delicate effects pre-
dicted by Einstein's general rela-
tivity theory."
"Without these children of
Eintein's. Imagination, t h e r e
would be no modern experimen-
tal physics," professor I. I. Rabi,
Nobel Prize winning physicist,
told fellow scientists in com-
menting on Eintein's earliest
work.
"No other man before Eins-
tein or since, has delved so
deeply into our most instinctive
concepts of space, time and
causality, no one has brought
up so much new knowledge and
understanding."
And for a birthday greeting,
Rabi wished him "beautiful new
discoveries."


MAJ. GEN. LIOANL C. MeGARR (second from left), command-
ing general, U.S. Army, Car n, and CoL A. XO. Elegar, com-
manding officer, 33d Infa discuss last-minute details with
1st Lt. James W. Mcom -left) and William i. Stapleton
(ripht), associate editor of r's Magine, just prior to
jumping off on -Opert ood" this morning at Old
.'am "nt h*)


Transiting Ship


Halted As Seamen


Engage In Brawl


A fight which broke out be-
tween Chinese crewmembers p-
board the British freighter
Inchmay yesterday has delayed
the transit of the ship, which
at press time was tied up at
Gatun Lake today while'police
and Canal officials were rush-
ing to investigate th incident.
The 7,057 gross ton ship,
bound for the Russan port of
Nakhodka, arrived It Cristobal
yesterday and began the Canal
transit in the afternoon. British
skipper, William Gifford. ap-
parently deemed it advisable to
halt the transit until the fight
between steward's Tcrew and
engineering crew could be
straightened out. Thire are 46
o i. 4 th. rro


Ch.ismll-llel n In 1 tIe -i
"As far as we know
spokesman said todal
seriously injured."
The trouble broke
the Liberty-type frei
being loced up at Ga
Local agent for the
nie & Co. had "no
today when queried
circumstances surro
incident.
The British Consu
tobal said he might
ship. "if required" bu
er sources it was le

Rodman ScB
Killed When
Rams Mudba
A sailor assigned
Naval Station at R
killed and three corm
jured last night whe
which they were rid
into a mud bank
over near Capira.
The sailor, identify
ard -R. Brasfield, 30
deen. Miss., was killed
His companions wer
as Samuel Simon, 21
Graham, 36, and
Gillespie, 26. All ar
Hospital where they
ed to be out of dang
BALBOA T


TUESDAY,
High
0:45 o.m.
1:11 p.m.


APRIL


master and chief engineer would
be brought ashore to see him.
The Inchmay was reported to
be carrying a cargo of sugar.
The ship has already touched
the ports of Rotterdam, a n d
Kingcston and-was now en rotte
to the Russian port near Vladi-
vostok by way of Vancouver and
a Jap port.

Cadets Who Beat Up

RP Cop Released

Alter Paying Fines


w," a Canal Five cadets from the U.S. Air
y *nonewas Force Latin American School at
Albrook were released f r om
Panama Jail over the weekend
out while following their conviction for
fighter was beating up a Panama City po-
Itup. liceman in a bar.
e ship, Fer- The 90-day jail sentence im-
-comment" posed on each of the five -men
about the was converted to a fine, and the
funding tlhe cadets each paid $90 and were
released. An Air Force spokes-
l 'in Cris- man said today they have been
board the returned to "student status."
it from oth- In reply to what disciplinary
earned the action would be taken by the Air
Force, the spokesman said the
students are hot subject to Ul
Or S. Arnarces united code of
'--m l and therefore,
Auto o linairy n whic
W as to be taken, would have to
Snk come from the rgepective gov-
k ~ernments.
The diplomatic representsa-
to the U.S. tives in Panama of the Dominl-
odman was can Republic, Chile and Vene-
panions in- zuela have been notified, the
en a car in Air Force said.
ing crashed The five were arrested follow.
and turned Ing a melee which ended when
several taxi drivers and anoth-
ed as Leon- er policeman came to the aid of
0, of Aber- policeman Ricardo C. Ruiz last
ed instantly. Thursday night in the New Yor'r
e identified bar.
, Herman E. The cadets were Sgt. Confesor
Herman R. C. Meron, Cpl. Julio Ortiz Te-
e in Gorgas rreno and Cpl. Dalmiro A. Mos-
are report- quera of the Dominican Repub-
ger. lic: Lt. Ignacio Corral Stegman
of Chile and T/Sgt. Juan- A.
IDES Cornielles Balboa of Venezuela.
When they were taken before
19, 1955 Police Judge Frankin Guerini.
Low the five were sentenced to 90
7:04 a.m. days each in jail, which was
7:38 p.m. later converted to the fines.


More than 70 field-ready U.s. Panama this morning where
Army Caribbean troops from the Maj. Gen. Patrick J. Ryan, the
33d Infantry Regiment at Fprt Army's chaplain chief who is
Kobbe launched an arduous six- ending a week-long visit to the
day march through the jusgle Panama area, and Maj. Gen.
shortly after noon today after Lionel C. McGarr, commander of
receiving words of encourage- L 3ARCARIB and the 23rd In-
ment from the Army chief of fantry Division, spoke to the
chaplains and the commanding men briefly at the site of the
general of the U. S. Army in the Our Lady of Ascension Ca-
Caribbean. thedral ruins.
The troops, veterans of months They entrucked for Madden
of Jungle training and condi- air strip after the ceremonies
tioning, were trucked to Old and left early this afternoon o%


"OPERATION GOLD ROAD," a six-day overland march from
Madden air strip through the jungle to Porto Bello on the Gold
Coast. was launched today by 70 men from the Army's 33d In-
fantry Regiment at Fort Kobbe. The expedition, following the
rcAte indicated here by dotted lines, is being commanded by Ist
Lt. James W. McDonald, who led the history-making journey
last year over Balboa's route when he first discovered the Pa-
ciic Ocean. The group will be periled with crossing five rivers
during the trek. Food a4d sppUlu mi& be air lUted to thUe pat.
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Einstein Dies,





His Theories iLe



To Today's Atomi";



And HydrogenAg
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FIREBALL FROM ABLAST A brilliant fireball and rocket
flares light up the desert sky as an atomic device is detonated
form a 400-foot tower at the Nevada testing site.

Ike's Refusal To Send Goodwill Note

To Bandung 'Sheer Stupidity'-Powell
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BANDUNG, Indonesia, April!
18 (U;P) Rep. Adam Clayton
Powell (D-N.Y.) charged todayI
the U.S. administration w as
guilty of 'sheer stupidity" In
rejecting his suggetion t4t
Prestdet Elsenhower s ent
greetUngs to tha As]Mn-Afriean
tbnference here.,
The Negro congressman, here
as an unofficial observer and
newspaper reporter, said the A-
merican omission "was all the
more obvious after the Moscow
radio broadcast greetings to the
conference today."
He said "I think this is a
colossal error and sheer stupid-
ity and further indicates that
we have no Far Eastern policy
and do not understand what is
happening here at all."
He exhibited a cable he said
he had just received through the
U.S. Embassy from Assistant
Secretary of State Thurston B.
Morton.
The cable read:
"I have been asked to acknowl-
edge your telegram of April 6
to President Eisenhower in
which you suggested that he ad-
dress a message of goodwill to
the Asian-African conference.
"While most grateful for the


PRINCETON, N.J., April 18 (UP) -- World-faw(:;
physicist Dr. Albert Einstein died today at Princeton hionw,
pital. 'I
The white-haired mathematician whose genius wJ
theoretical mathematics led to the atom and hydro$m
age was 76 years l1d. "
Official cause of death was given as "inflammation .'
the gall bladder." He had been admitted to the hospil i
at noon last Friday.
Einstein celebrated-his 76th birthday only last March
14. In keeping with his habits of recent years, he spent a
quiet, retiring day, secluded from newsmen and photo-
nrnnhers.


suggestion we do not believe the
relationship of this government
to the Bandung Conference
would warrant such a message
from the President."

ame@ at th he B n onfer
mene and "tried to buy me off."
He said "the deal was that if I
stayed away from.Bandung they
would send me on one or two
paid red. carpet missions any-
where I wanted to go."
When he refused, Powell said.
Morton told him "very well, but
do us a favor ahd stay away
from the American Embassy.
"'I finally managed to see A-
ne ric an Ambassador Hugh
mming this morning and he
old me 'the State Department
decided we should stay away
from you so that nobody could
say we were trying to influence
the conference.'"
The congressman said "thiq
conference has put us right on
the spot. Asia and Africa are
riding on whether we want to
come along or not. If we abstain
from voting on colonial ques-
tions in the United Nations any
more our entire relationship in
Asia and Africa is in danger."


Einstein rose from obscurity adopted country to defy "Ia-
is a German factory-owner's quisitions" into their polite g,
son, and a childhood marked by affiliations.
a slowness to learn, and as- For the past several years,
wounded the 20th century wlth Einstein worked, studied ad,
isgenius. calculated an average of six tb
His mathematical theories eight hours a day in a secltde
changed the course of scienti- two-room suite in a building at
fic thinking. His theory of rel- the Princeton Institute for Ad-r
ativity-showing time was re- vanced Study.
lative to height, length and The institute, a series of smll
breadth -r first brought him building t-ftled among
nPce. of fl ti'al

wueict7 d asksouand tig -f w
operation of the universe. He be- most scientist, inclu
llieved the universe was the con- stitute director J. Robert
tinuous field, like an endless penhelmer, used the int
stream, and covered by un- for research and study.
changeable laws. It was founded in 5M 6 by
His latest efforts were devoted gift of Louis Bamberger sad .n
to refinements on his latest sister, Mrs. Felix Fuld.
theory on the interactions of Nearly 1" pupils study mathe.
cosmic forces, first published in mats, physics, chemistry,
1953. logy, astronomy, psychology, @A
A stubborn free thinker, he chaeology, philosophy, art,pe
clashed often and bitterly with ties and economics at the li*
Congressional C o m m un I s t tute's two schools.
hunters. He once advised a
witness not to cooperate with The institute, which has no-
Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy in a connection with nearby Prince.
senate subcommittee hearing ton University, is located leo I
into a communist espionage, than two miles from Einsteal'
Einstein once denied a charge princeton home, which he
by an avowed former Commu- shared with his secretary-hous .
nist before McCarthy's subcom- keeper, Miss Helen DukM.
mittee that he accepted moneyI Einstein joined the lnWOIAML-
in 1945 from an organization n 1933 as professor of mahnic
later declared subversive, tical and theoretical physici. ,
He marked his 75th birthday in later ytars his duties
by calling on citizens of his (Continued on Page 6, CplA w
Rea G, Faces Charge ,

mino Real Of Threatening
downstream in an effort to lo- With B yonet
cate a native to guide the A 2-year-old 'Army
marchers over the mountains to under oslvation at
the Bouqueron River. under obsetvatlon at
After reaching Bouqereron the Hospital today pending a
After reaching Bouqueron the liminary hearing in the
party will follow the old Kings Mairte' Coert omtrrhe3S
Highway and journey to the Maastrote's Court tomori .
Casajal River. After the cross- a charge of drawing a '
ing the troops face seven miles T m n the case
of swampland before reaching Reginald P thewas
Porto Bello. tinned until tomorrow
The expedition must cross five tinue uthe Army manow aft
rivers, including the Chagres bervationuse -the i rmy man rge
(Continued on Page 6, Col. 4) obseunlawfutionlly drawing and
unlawfully drawing and
biting a carbinebayonet, V
self-defense, in a rude f
and threatening manner
presence of two personas."
According to unofficial
mation, Squires allegedly
the bayonet while ret
Ft. Clayton last night at 1I
He was in a taxi-cab appr
ing the Clayton main gate
the incident is reported to a
occurred.
Squires is with the Hq. alf'
Svc. Co. 26th Rgneers at .CI.I
ton. Ball was set.at $150.
Two GIs Jailed
In Balboa: Foce .
Charge Of Rapes


One Army man faces a i
of rape while his buridy is
charged with usunut vdt
tent to commit rape go
Road early Sunday 1ft6
The alle0.d offe I
two Panamanian:
The rape charge wak ft
against William J.
while Vernon 0.
faces the lesser as
Both men are now
jail in defaltit
ball set for eMe l
continued until
noon. Mitshell I
Infantry Diviaion
while ton ti
037th 9 n ear
t Z rjn


"Operation Gold Road," a rigor- The journey follows the old
ous overland hike through the "Camino Real," a route used 450
jungle to Portd Bello on t h e years ago to transport gold from
Gold Coast Atlantic side of the Panama to Porto Bello.
Isthmus. The troops were selected from
First Lt. James .W. McDonald, the I&R Platoon, Hq and Hq
who last year led the 33d's In- Company, and the Pioneer and
telligence and Beconnaisance ammunition platoon of the first
Platoon to Army history when it and second battalions.
trailed across the Isthmus on After a last warm meal, the
the route blazed by Nufiez de group headed into the jungle to-
Balboa, when he first reached ward Pequeni River which it
the Pacific, again is command- hopes to reach in three days.
ing the march. There a patrol will be s e n t


MAJ. GEN. PATRICK J. RYAN, Army chief of' chaplains, gives his blessings to members of the
33d Infantry Regiment's jungle-trained troops before "Operation Gold Road" got underway
early this afternoon. To the general's left is Maj. Gen. Lionel C. McGarr, commanding gen-
eral, US. Army. Caribbean, and Col. A. 0. Ilegar commanding officer of the 33d at Fort
Knbbe To avan's right ia MaI M CIres.elair. Mat i BW&dulbt U at MAP.CARIB.
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.. their, who will meet with him in many 't
THE RE.. nAqDERS Oa" COLUMN Detroit pri 5n at 1 Higv ta- "i P
"^ cl p ite y session, still believe tha t there ha" V &^
Ifr-tton (Mu;I Auto e Union wil l win &icms plie ;-._..K-""trat
paratively swift Guaranteed An- s kalsd to ,U


E^t;r.~K^ with on. p ort,,- th opnEar--^ ^ B y ^^^ ti'~^S^f^^ 1
Pual W are victory and with- hle
..... t lut strik~l? g the auto hndstry. eb WASHINGTON.- 'A o sh Immte
Those are the men wkla know tig hv A 'Go.e
ges- T aeutherh areyvbestt eandenon wb he -that te n yets. t aalh the
is must depend to keep the "A- a"tt.oft ,
Mail Box is on open forum for readen of The Panama American. Mex u d sprawltn, auto u ull o h T
We ailved $ate fullv and are handled in he W olly I HiAI's high gear Iduring ind r a a A htr
os ntrib"o a letter don't be impatient if it don't ySOOB the a b ndee that Reuther has rwqn.Eotve
Letters published in the order Iree foed some sort of deal Itn his pa .y.pcketTea m -0
ry teo ak. the l e limited bto oete tlenthI s o e t w one.of thecompanies. .. n.r. were abr. l
Nd ofto aveor tomn is hold in .tricta onfiderv.t with one of the ompan^^^r "fought forlnd !it" "Ntt the lt.
aer hll wa m sta mes y no responsibilityforustemts are amon tem- opiniiEt iggygggggygggaggareach....
In letters from readers. selves that Reuther would ne- And thenl.a |I e
0- o -- ver. bae t .time in .W1 1-w--" backG"-
No InI it 4 week, nor,11 .1 ;.
.NO PROMOTION be seMatpl a trib .
: ~~to We"& Se umay, norw"aa sues whc eA LT
be be as relaxed its beU4Iti he Xr tr so to Stww.
rf your Company C.O. does you a great injustice, just ta1* were preparing for a stH e h;
Vdtl a smile. Above all don't take it through channels to WitnoIerwltsaie r le d- ..-'' "
ther brass. forif you do, everything will be smother over by However, there are twos d des h a itt seem it-
Sstatng thatyouare not on the T andObass. "to thios Guaranteed Annual Wa -e -ttl o ef
I am jeus tIsergeant I Iloined the Army, in 1940 wont to ft- Ulp of the century. BVduala.s w* a
ad threeAnEions and nine campaigns, anA I have beeo cl still ar Convlnced that a- B. ;
in Panama for five years doing th -same job for three Hl ,ernrabtor nor Ford. I att
a ,it h e r 'o re eobrf n or F th r e e co
When finally at last I worked my way to be ranking er-s .ilid .
*l'I; th e com p an y.. Th e m enn t o ..ma a liar ...
The company finally at last gets one promotion, and what rons thic ": ieave Frs d t ,." H. a ,b l''e
RbU guess? The C.O. makes another man over you with five workfheav.w betWeen an
Weas service and eight months less time In grade. Whye $ w00 ee The n t late averhsgoq. o. tie
his other individual carries coffee and cake to the weem Manb g$a14'the r theo enen e
a rCo mt m a n d e r. w"". ,oc a. ..... e n y -th
ontmlde thi nik ha t to a oble weo sil ut and alone. s e.
you tAlkt o.,the company con ander, he cannotalye W01 o The cany ae d buheory he
treason forl not giving you the proktion so off you go neordAre Ist-iB vhrea t AMdbee s as i i i ,n a m
1e next higher brass. So you hackle bver it for a couple ofti ret. tight. : W Sway, people ddfelt en atm to fried
And then finally at last, all the brass gets their heads to- 10uS of teha. CohilloUng 'in_ hews heopl hehad w hfe lt %1red0 on
and to Save your company commanders face and to ver ormed opini ons, then, must hands on he thg hh, and so the oo 10s el r
F vr his mistakes you re told that you are not in a T a nd O om o onoys two gonVhalod -o nb .n t a and so ore anS eite
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brass if y6u have been done aninjustice by your C.O. :ana1or l whoReutherwill.',ro
owltthem tell you what happened to All that money UneW bt Able torea ua.aThee
i spent on roman wer surveys. rnnt er all me et lo t -e rni d o te thr Mei lte.. dat h t dCd man
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et the Amerian states for many years will be the high- This is the way they sise up huh'd, -evenA do better than thisi".., To grimelnt..kwatli
at will connect the United States and the Republic of this heavyweight bout. They The Midnight Spotlight: Artle Shaw, whose whch the editr barked: "o and H liwer ee to defend




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as everyday contact. that the tompanis negotiate ted, sad Theo Graham (a model recently un- night was the'result...Taylor got$1,000 r it. Truman to .o" th- "en he odnof-hWhen
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t travel would probably triple itself overnight. A rabl- companies will offer theA t c "hydrant" tomorrow via- the full fbein U atS a a Viw h a and. T n Er m d e oPnew."There A..
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.do, .qd -sotibtiaiao ttthis highway1? 1 Ypa ,.nuao a oi eyiankasplt w e..wr'
r Der $18 A ).02 C -nt I 'BLM :' .ni'he compl 11 set we r;.e o lad ohe No rushwhningee tho Bo l 1or c and gave it to his wife Dorothy Lamour- omestk -.40 In ib nogt be chn ae
ue helpi paIy for. the road through axes. and ai. I e's ,t.ng ever o(etae hrr ". .t s aU Tall o t. Tun- ^^e o' ei ^h
ns, _. ,. &- .8 a hurber, Jr., is e _so&lS.Tn-cbnto e ead
to be particularly "well off" couldmake owri snumt hol,-kiss n cets.1:1 wiSt hTs n-a salotns .a l a..ead.. o untdrgo reoe p; e.aSThe cA.
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|Jline companies A ~sS. tf oM^ figsioed C inn ee thaks "zHquetr...Wys cc Saftet^
l 3- Etienne rlety eX 0iU e comp1 o r toant f e t i- s d ore Cthe e"The tandDuchess wanted to meet a -l w President, shaken, were illege1 When Hitler thret-
deayIn thA firm wauit ftar a ev r_ tho p aeod before." (Tee-hee-hee- umlna t who was too busyt." (social Climbers.) W home to his wed England in 10 e
Ye In any; w wlaranteItb u or. au he ar W 5hee! I dwseovered rance fell and the British lost
.yea al two whS it s obuPa B up tg The Bi Timend-"( e Summer of Haplanw" The icebox ost of their ms at Dunkirk
ass iabd to psy for.thi insu- aslftIns la 0 Allay: Max Amnas, the Stage at Litle Carnegie. It includes. pilleye-liller (galy septan Icrebrox F0 epidou renl.I
ance. Delteiesse prprrietor, is an amusing philo- a blink) of young lovers swimming in the nooL.. in roast beef and e cream .6bold etoose he sent all our
ow 4---The asto firm will agree to sopher, who keeps his patrons entertained with James R neaux' ard-trix at The Lttle Club.. Thu after years under one s to Engla d
77cover tyMor --yei y < t osa worBers "s one-mn floor asow... The other chopped- "o ulahe.. wws, Thle )rouse Ankles esdont, a new Administration
.. llllwho have been In Etg plants 10 chicken Mliver t ime eoa convulsed tham with: "IAweigh"...Le s Mary's the 6rds) latestCA- bel to function.eym nfot WSmhatL 1 ah Iosual
;" : .~~ear ormr. nGM'ti 15,0 almost lost .my accent. Wit I went to Florida and pital a1bum... The snlarY ,e (about two bent ueo consequenHeske whtouldthbep iiaif his
,. ^ ^ E wul dl u btwo er n to It backs ... The bIr-t Bob Olin s features rall-timel- M |yed m TIES CHANGED e f sl h at
.--TUnen the businelmen anill The funeral train that carzied he al& knew the eogquence
work. out the amount ozsunem- New York Melodrama: Three. detectives PDR to Hyde Park was crowded to three world if Englind tell
,-l:he^ wwamu ton re o thue- drceo (working almoe t around the clock on their time wthabt mmrand ol. d the
!^^ ^7 .. e&ch ot these workers would be auehstm leader (now in Detroit), always contacts age Innocent boys from a poeie trip to the elec- of the al 1ht. Outside s th ... ,
.!. JB ^entitled it ne were laid oif. Ruthie Newman when he comes to Broadway to trick chair...The detectives got a tip that a Har" train pi e w bonf ires po.- I remember in ho
S' "rops mr annre c payment wm not run catch up o n thehoW,..Ruthie promote e lem youth was (i barsh raging: Ikilleda e s andgtr waiting towtatr
S.... tseastoth neuther the "It on$0 a best satt st.o n fnd the .ht (S C11- mn dgot away with It"...N0 name, il
,,..week average menone above tholic) wanted to atend the aster ServicCs at dress, no nothing ...Just a rumor.. o But dete tives a to the lastdla it, h troe -e
****il. l -w .ce this mplacknery s B t. Pktrick's Cathedral...He phoned Ruthle, who Peter Golemboski, Alritno r td John Fater (oe at 21 their dead le .Allpt 0( v
..., rollg, the company wil first, is Grl Friday to Mr. Bit chenley...Ruthle (a the E. l20th Bt. stati0h)'vi~_ited most of the Har.- ndo, N .hro.,h Phidelpho nilep-im i-t em ofI
o wait. sor the atet on worker to non-Catholic) produced tour tickets with this lem saloons an(d (after questioning hunderds of e wark, N 'ew ok pe lo. bys ..vs u o
t. ... run out or nias tate eunemploy- memo: "Thou ht you'd ellOThknowing I got them people) found Robert Robinson, who admitted his bAt Hyde Park~y..
eit nsurance. 're thenauma through fel owmnamed Coen." thti la@5Walonmd eae6 t y eP rt tD olce te st
m= 9w ployment inasnance out of- the Broadway Owwl: James ("East of Eden") he 3 4nnocents were freed...But'thle 3 detective, tside t ~l Oarden, @p- toone W t 14 a depen
prvt nuscepo hystDean's favorite gard~l fl..s Lily Kar~dell...Mrs. ,(Who did more than their duty, mostly on their t 1 rs.Tenwlk- le tF.
ravag ,srsc Alhy s:bert 8 e is t il at .r Luke's hos_. ..ergroom own timeI have received no official recognition 14ent on the other s.,r. a t them back
.fier a year, Mlgl would be a is the "Fnp& er l1 i~. o. Bil.l Ken..ml or thanks to-date from H'quarters,. ..Why ? ?? ~ OI~A@fea to 301o8
led type of everance pay, had Mary Claire No~~~x ine bunch tmey With were Mie s .~ aed towels
aIresay in ellect, in stn union will be stitched on _t):t...I, a boy .for the A* Manhattan Murals: The htractive lady keti- teJee rle r.T'l~tm ll Mt6~~,dy fl
contracts. S" t aenton (setres [~L) a~nda son t driver (Easter Babbat ) sportn wide-brim.-4tt I~ll ID.$ IDZ l0lbth never let
mld ltke Larry Wi dsht- S _l~ r, ~ .,.8ong- reed bonnet with a 12-lihch oethr Jauntily peep- trho had 18lt" U-SNI ..~ plie up la the 1at-
\ say that thesy di met yfelt to clix) and his l onlL4e a _e as.d to e e.a-_ Darned Best whose ,trucks scream: "est Is Bet- e a h rnepeo ayfrn wnigi ae y. oelsm : "te".Tethnfu-die ry ad,'h 1 ..e "tWaes
work. (In rd~l .8350 remia* that the Copa Clty_ ~ e) didn't do _le cense of which is UR 1...The trousseau shop on JeWUF and seine ether
nies want a8bl flwe-yer ,*eeeases they ch 41y rl. a. steak s~and- Madison' tn the 60s) which fea&tures baby elo he. "Jlwere blownm, Wat Wt]otPI whoda up 0 o~ r howe
peace paet.) MeW* 1N eb." (WhadJ j'-a to_ enar ay .,.The Broadway bulbs a~nd neons which shine no~ M;l~vl [ h tlt oe.
thor could elaim that the prin- while paying yea weeWT. ... PetE? k*. brightest about :'45.
ciple of gersteed wage Begti~ler is repor~tdel bjer lind groom in"" ''
was won. FlB .... If '"The St. L@. Jt ea'Nnds bjocer it's pounds in the Ni ht" At l'Inise" ell m.S DE LA C SyC lb id
? All this is what the hnsiders elek. .. Hollywoe is stil,. 1U Bab_'s 49 Petite: "They to toh ab d dram".
Share saying. They would be wpong., thieves (in RKO's **Sear a Albad") will be beaud At Sands Beach Club: OhaM sver die. Th eyl
Reuther could insist onea rest tiflles. .. aFst find new alibis", ..t ,M~l/: "The re- ,
yearly guarantee for all veteran ..mance is over wheat r/ die Right is ..
workers,. agd tih .om.panie Big Town Sl l ." noitment with Wreng".,,, At LeCu~ : U laddng for a .* =_.. .


iiould refuse rellY to bargain on Adventure" serie ( Fve hA Judg- needle in her aps .. the StrlL-I
more than -ra-s 'idtwA,..
moethnwae elfar ment" Sunday ng Story about leave Aon with two M Studr"
In which event AtME
leano whetrrl it...The author named Douglas ...At Manero's: aM
less of whether rils Taylor, who for cking out a so- baby. It bites",... At. a ? e 3 as nor.
t rnot.- called living am*anIn microsco- real a any 'ir& hea, de Wn a herh wrists
ple roles on teway ...... TVwo eeyother month".,.8Ps okr
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Radioactivity
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8.S. "METAPAN" .................................May 2
B.S. "HEREDIIA" ..................................May 9
.LS. "MATAUBA"' .................................May 12
B.S. "PARISMINA" ...............................May 16
8.8. "FRA BERLANGA" ............. ............ay 23

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MORTOI Ill, A~l nu Vt' in this," said Al-
18. (UP) e l _. s EGa ole Goobo, the Ruasells' next-
Russell doe er a it but -a door nadlg 5or, "but that was
whole town pai r4 for hr yes. the hrt tme the child h ad
terday. moved in 21-2 weeks."
Gayle IsIn a.C _.hotI-
tal room, a victim of what te During her bedside vigil s,
doctors call enceballtia--"aleep- Mrs. Russell has under t a k e n
ing aidknes." 'Sh B been in the task of feeding Gayle, who
a paralytic coma for 29 daya. cannot wallow without hel p,
Gayle's mother wls at her The child must eat baby food
side; as she has been every day thinned with milk, which Mrs.
for as long as .15 hours at a Russell gives her spoonful by
stretch since~ 6 yS' went into spoonful' while massaging
the coma. The family said Gayle Gayle's mouth and throat.
seems to rest easiet only when ometmes when I'thnk
her mother is thel~e.Sometimes when I thein k
rs. Russe 8, k s yOayle's better, they tell me I'm
Mrs. Russell, 2, talks softly i b er, thOT' Mrs. us-
to the child during these long, sellnrd ," Mrs. R udo kow
oe -- 8ooe sell saTi 'But I dont know
lonely bedse 8. Sometime --she eats better for me, andn
Mrs. Russell pla phonograph e d n't y so hrd. I
records for the little girl, who she doesn't cry so hard. I h fa-
loved music, sine it's the voice she's D aml-
But Gayle Is something ar w ith..."
methane jtl ane Wo er very Houewives on the block help
.shk Itt irL She d.s Morton o
Grave's l eiHhb oir l-- take care of the house w h I I
Gomue's es h dosl rl le n Mrs. Raussell s away, and some
community sbo l o fayth l of the men offered to put in
ood-nehbrl i rs-- even the Rusells' lawn.
Fthe onstruction a mnd ork e n g ayle's father, Paul. 29, is a
the con tnru tlon m workd o e a civil constructional engineer
hon new secthol of the subdhvi- Gayle has thrte sisters, Paulln-
sIo where the RuseIl live da, 7, Deborah, 4, and Ca t h y
have offered to do what they Ann, 2.
can to help while Mrs. Russell
stays with her child at' the hos- GaylY, who has been bedrid-
pital. den with illness since January,
Organized prayers for Gayle, underwent an. emergency appeal
gR QURO-This shows Ed laugher, of Kinaey, a child from a Catholic family, debtomy March 4. Complicationa
d reminised e s re t to 0th itthday.ad d: "It's too bad we have to were first offered one Friday n set in, and two weeks ter, he I
et so .-Yu young," He was bore March 16, 1655, i the .fntsylvania Dutch settlement of East The Niles township Jewish con- fell into her coma.
'Berlin, Pa. He was a led qf eight when the battle of Gettysbig was.1qpght a scant 15.szmlfs Trth. gregation.
eAst of.1 home. -About.all he recalls is the tender or the battle and the sight of Yanke and Ca.CO The following Sunday Palm
edrmte osldiers.jaing about the countryside. After marrilh Pennrylvania, he settled. in Rn- unday- prayers for Qayle's re-
leyIn lSvu-for t years wasthee villg acka 0t. lHe retired from the smithy i ISM to a cover were,offered in local
1Of t ofhppg Afirawoo for his wife aBtie ad lshuin. The lively old-timer; a scant Protestant and Catholic church-
f. e esstan 100 pounds says he h forge mlk sin his infancy and ha sm for es, including the Russell's own
688 ,ears.- l snal tdwntolk ave 3d a birt a party, with 100-candle cake, old-time music and church. St. John Brebeuf Church
pb The prayers have been re- Darin .Mahogany, NOW at
g w -. heated every Friday and Sun- amazing low pri ces.
day since.
RI And the strange thing e' Bedrom, Dining Room and
Gayle apparently showed her Iving BRoom Sets.
C -O'iA mission Raps Red hina Provinc es eed er ar
Se s1 eter that first weekend of pray- o et de MaderaI, S.Ak.
aHard eHit By s a er. She began to move her head c"seam Aenso
Isnfrom side to side, whereas form- S ow ldak Me 0
SUraPhelled B e Eer erly she had been immobile. M A A I u



Ty eernenoum h o2o0e ite o2 a nd sin.i 79 d Afhhttn h
'lBg s v "I don't know how much stock
e- eo -- v n TAIPEI, Formosa, April 18 -
WAHINGTON, Aoril 18 '1 'equipment, capital goods, real (UP) The second devastat
I Co ion sharply property and construction. ing'earthquake in 'two days nit
Sna ... esimated.that during fiscal at the weekend between Red bor
rapped the government -supply 195 tne Defense Department China's northwest province, ofve you
tcki-pl enough of some Items will spend fS23,900,00,o and Snkiangand Afghanistan, the
co m Ieo.yeir _le".civilianh ag en iCes $3h,400,000,000.. provincialnqlday.
eeportea"With proper Inventory control he bureau called it one of
that f government. has and. more realistic stock levels," thib greatest ever recorded, "e popular D'
ion supp* lited by na4yavs it said, "from10, billion to 25l The bureau said the latest
e37 a billion dollars o f supplies now in quake was capable of cau.'ng
Government warehouses could be destruction greater than Thurs- s a


S. -.. en e eliminated r o oe
tIn teen- ute day' quab e which hit the bor-
.are sold ojo th battle Kateu Pro es in the Chug- that can be quickly
n;. o rea, th bureau said. he
mgden -' corn- uea
Te; Ae m eriel t -d.to e -. a l h Fiday quake rocked theattached and easily
gThe r A ek orce,7 lohori en. ar4- for an hour and 10 minu- p ed br
euoeh en niW0Vhar-cI e epiceptee was fixed .. remov d if
ar .o1oe- pso where betwn&n Sinkiang an move to a new-apart-
Cta re. Afghanistan and the bureau said
ta' elimri nat- si ,IsUT. $up-geat loss of life would be Ine- meat.
20or table if the quake hit an in-
gthe g ndlEne AaEe128 habitedcenter.
." .O U. on e OBLIGATIOThey are made
tlbna, biYde etrs. n A great shock rockedom."Tibet They rm#
former P si o It said the Army Sialcorps last July but the Communists
horgner.rsoden Herbner ov had stocked eight and one-half have never released Information 01 Chrome
Tpu iIngr' government ware-years' suCPly of short-life dry- on. the amount of damage caus- plated brass.
houses bty selling the surplus cell flashlIght batteries. ed.
merelsads to private industry,' Mose oare veryPsatisfied
It sad t present the govern-- o
ment eceivqs from five. to seven We cani immediate installation
per t. Of tlfe sdtrginal dostf .
the onl p er. e ent. tio At COME iN AND SE IT WrrH(UT'
were teeda on achitm,-the U R OBLIGAtION TO PURCHASE
S12-mo.tRcomMEiA h saiSitE o
would e l git ra f 20 millionS
dollars yegrbl.' CRA FORDAGENCIES
hTmission expressed its continues CRAWFo RD aGeNCIES
approval b donating some sur-J I3 82
plus gds to publo facilities Box 190 Panama
s uch 0pazd.hospitals.
age Ad hIncredible Prices!
mentor ',.p- tee com sso
repo ;inte t ia p 9 dt
investment of public fundson t M ss It
eles"' IPpMnt arid supplies as
-can relieve this hortage.".
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IFE INSURANCE~ b.. .beautul6-tubed.2E-n Aohut s2., b-earfeet ** lasa Lens arae ear "E Paem" He- Cfe. ges, rg-r.
CALL phnelFOR SAL: Singer fh4trr- pli b 4433 .. pelhg In public at 0:30... A. 4. Tel. 3.4640.050da ee e l er BmS
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AfteRIDGE ataQnU 1me LOST & FOUND m.t.:ls 3*66 FOR S .. FOR SALE. N. 5.T r 2-Es r
14.26 4th J Ave. ABRMIGHMo A100 .0 flue telep'hndooe 21 iel35 forisFhEl d, $75.00. lCoelisadie Pa- Real E.tat@e on RuENTI L P._ h.i s..Sa
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Swt mig ml hie- cyle. 9 x12 ol colarl Call oi he 2- FOR A EOn. femme Debe 2 14 -kr p art wme SPEC IAL MTC u on t se, s d r o .%. -.e dh
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A. n. RoLuAC Mturder nTral Under t ay .or esp laie ildren.. s50. furnished. Phsne Caoper e. eurance, Mer e.,eas ig i ates N te
..- iTheatre r 'tiAnut an 3-1398 tlu .r enup m A h-l A tro e .,-__________-m tuon u-ano with rrefrgsrator. Fiis,. *4- .i n w eff A A,'
Sx-Phenix itye Crime Boss uY o vI.. '.. Ma-th Genius Measures Against aFre b rin
TRANSPOKIES A^f -lTER. A. K\Obbe 112rfrU VI. Blisario Por-re e (Continued from Page 1)
dF O ANStE:nS SRinA. Nes e- po(Contisa ed from Page 1) tResevTheeltre0. unspecified and pretty much left o m
Phones 2-245 2r wn362 B I NM Ala.A Il 18 In t l 1u fimary.iceTof o o rr -. ,100_
S2-2562 BIRMINGHAM, Alaste April 18 n the June r noa primary. nd theIndlo. usin lifelines or FOR RENT: Cool -bedrms, up to him. BERLIN. April 1 (UP) -the East Gerla O CentLunist
PAh|NAs (USCHOOL Pr ou torusted Phenrei City fPattersona a long-time e ldn rafts. It will be linked living rom dinette, kIn. His life in rton reflect- Communist East Germany todayparty that the ."new situation
r Rdy Arosecutor Arch Ferrell, accused foe who campaigned on a ledge t 'outside only intermit- ist ree frm 4th July Ae, ed no change In the ing threatened new retrictive "e-brought about by tlaton of
P A R l of m rinS attorney general- to we out vce and corruption t round-to-air radio. Ce Darl No. 8. habits he learned ai a boy in curity meaures,". against trbe Paris war pact" tte
Sto 5 p.m. Phone-0 the old Phenix City crime em- shot to death in a Phenix City the SSd's Airo section will drop FOR RENT:- Modemrn hred i l an I .e are tabbornly re- West erman retmament. said t made E- s ary
rr by oppric.re3 reputedly master-minded alley just 17 days after winning C-rations to the men. r e- epartment near Il P- usins aato ame, tbnlo hrA Woviet on Intermior mumateteurity measures add aspa to
SPerrell, goe on trial today the nomination. His murder a- ma .HIl e M a. lal .s world-wlan.e eogn toa. We lln h areedin a speechralse Istru .ten all -
F1 with the selection of a jury. But roused strong indignation and Aslociate director of Collier's ilet. For furtherA orm H hated p ubltity. He anvoid.t pubohrldwaidet the Aleat .. c.gt
33421 600 to e ioo He hoampletedMpblct.e the Alflestjgs."

the ca may not go any further sparked the most sweeping magazine. William B. Stapleton .1 rom ed person al interviews. Once he plan to use West Berlin as a Charting the United states
Than that'at tis time. crime cleanup in Alabama his- is making the trip to compile -' --stuck a tongue out at a pho base for "armed actions andand West Germany plan armed
dited In the June 18 s ng is I mo n the era ons and experiences on the m o Tivoli Avenue. For in-.ad one o h rre Ba a
n grounds prospective jurors once ruled it. 19 when It was announced at erliner Seltu. aqa manartHlng t" for
W l T have been prejudiced. But spe.. Ex-chief Russell county Dep- Also f journeyina are two otfi a ._iuncheon that a new 10,o000,- torially th tha a "'
B LJaL^ Ia 1 cial circuit Judge J. Russell Mc- uty Albert Fuller was convicted cers from the Antilles Command FOB RENT:-Small furnished 2 medical school at New York'sforlywr t re th loe- lo ,
ME5j^^ I^S EW5l/i Elroy said he would nor rule on March 11 as a slayer of Patter- In Puerto Rico. medical and bedrotum modern apartment with eshiva University would be to re aWnt'GernaRy, His 'rdj not app!! out
*ame t.e .F yE sd ft ap s a ae atn nr medical school at NewR York's. fRlt agr p ints 1
i- Sl the action until prospective ju-_son. His sentence was fixed at slanal personnel, and a reor- tertc.] Crnrn 1Li p an ven his name. wty va odeanwhewhat rM e measur- the
Ifl rymen are questioned at the life In prison. sentative from the USARCARIB yVeneuela No. 19. Phone 3- yEinstein had little use for al $ reply to a newd la nt W lin.
trial opening. Also charged with themurder information office. 4780. rthdaye. He usually refused lot wggltp4 fa four-power ane t twids a offinlsW det dis.
tra Avenue- 1 t hd.e usually r.t f- four-p wer t th"d ol ci.
IMcEroy said f they appear tes Garrett- attorney Hneiral hday cakes, Ignored planned t k ast alit the "'eor-cloe Eastra pl con
EDOre diced he would aenrep there of theerdeeter Heu ." options in his honor and de- te rfgthe(p hit wayv th.e I eD
', By EDD oS, T ria, but It. then did not, the conrtned to a mental hospital at E h yngUid lEUlME UnR ENT I vo ed hi time to a book on equa iting Wr a tr'
Sr tri al c I ellanou hated conformlits, proud. h.-ass ai
S. .a wo t l Counu a P co igible n n-conform stv phful Central
Poes2-.4tic reins wheelt e-IndioIiiM nsoue 32-2ele"phone Ha disregard fmor money was
1lreJnd Robert J. Wtael- h tee wa. indicted by vh Mu u2-20, T*lephw-- iuni6st legendary. Once he was
a -suistetP&hEmmettTyPat tr= a r lgi cn Prery inanR usselromditrepodrted to hae ad $1e hlCu O pern to e t D t
a Rid! .. ...... .oscButos, all h Fe -O l u an d fot hoer c.ampaige dona.- .-,We nt sI ree tAfrpor y w ptperu A. I necn foc r a n g oein thed w s t henat VwIestrictive I ',m, d, 4- 1"
E ANM SCof.ate eriB ot vote fraud last him oip colluahing the 100-mai. iermaM Intero Mevinister Wilt lost the boo-. O t. ,a a
enePin asked the urtri l vradinct. S ionlawr cioe network reput nioph cbhIrged toyaddr Elntein purpr N ( senposaely avoided u- L
AI to. pm.-nthln arsuhver doldte d lcthtri be de- onolled biey atnaPer reu "a blished today iationa o T Me ing "unnecessary" words in his A olnst U.rI ll a-
,.I +o f.. until the prejudice "wears S.nob.tI by.. cp law off.. aWct ,German ia nt ha n t o .- conversation and never bother- Liberlizin Iimi-tib a
crin .i .lOlficflate forced the Reds.to 4 "securl- Hurni ed to cram known facts into his
Sb imen H hd bednearged with- AtPller's eawe witne'esr t meaurs" igm lPre er- ar IIIe brilliant mind. Once, during his W
stealing 0 voetes'In Jefferson testified they saw Perreli at thon. first visit to America from Ger- WASHINGTON, Aprl 18 (UP) which hve caused my trouble
h C ra l rogam Ceonty to keep sc the contrime either Ju* many in 1921, he was asked Oted refugee expert Edward with Rep. srao Water (D
Patten from wtnin the before or after the murder, toph told a f the a whether he knew the speed Of j. Coral said yesterday there ir Pa.)"
e s ,I .O an all Just outfnme Patterson'e the East German "ualt rk A- "I don't know," he replied. "o part of any official In the State and McLeod ereons palbld for
ulaw f ce. Party the Webtern ABleg plan to LTLE ROCK, n don't crowd my memory with'Department to "liberalize" the hi]doar. Dail has denied
w ~l Liththslec Leajurye But ro usedstroWt Berli to* c drco "ole derail and f"amets that I ca" aaily na n McCarran Walter Immigration Coral's dismissal .steosed from
1e cao P Mayrntgohuthe tsr- "the mo' ertgm- gaizlria ror sa arnoe theeontaeteiew. Onc ilttrsa wsewe h da lat
-- ne o thre meennwtttelittnwhoe leles... Leaguec 54 ISNrtgaustahe ietoso a,,-ORUrndar an loe encyclnoshouldpedia."en yIt
m oianndorahe "olpst eets atne trody, anout fon arshHe never would have wofern ha Cors also charged that .htate twlt'sr cies that l
S....nsp roo."best r sed" award. His fo.- Department security Ihief Scott o associated with Communist
1elletweno cdPACIFIC LIrTLK LEAGUEna M M t h

v benn -i -pr Hisdicedol speech -w....a maeFr da Rocy k unrlatdlne raira acietsrot avAs .uttcnised..of .a MLet tough he0s"oulduse belt gru a s

cingalhtcandereleaetn ode r o-U A ee odIef theAt s thn n di O Re-Rxarun, In A-s tnmene .eS a t o ri e at sr -iow e d r ous"te ap Me ,-
c e k ae te lrm y B s, ballsd we dnesd r- and otheL o fornc oneuk shirt, ranotoldtedw-milsehind .thedi cal n. Sh o derwap arteoi The Univers aidEbsteet,'- ton Ge r moey n o sel e mer P
iamestoak wi-tent he urctha t ienune t ilbrno spectave0 JLa- sori253 Nec e utThe East feutaclipe todanel..apa Te F aeso I nvoned a Kanl pair of4baggt.m saud sk people w hobele au-n the comma C llo-
mahe fromoRoester aottheopli in theri mother balls fora l an3 t he be, thefrome t he an Cito to s outhonern frig hh e a Scmd k .ep copl ib o era aproaWchteol*. ln the17 ra
s o of t 9 seson. lroth r k bau e ofthe appearD1anic His speech wasu one o wh A crswr e deral 12 On a v t Parisp s ea rs gration questionr." h


r Rthr scungfomc three game srietht has WAmIGTON. Aprilo 1 l ( ynewl nthratshs milesnrth of T kna In h waes Initred tolie at I, apnth cl i "-toe q l


woa up a te ast man- lur lae e m except for aWest en uth T rakup, it caused the onlyeGer n o s lw- po a ed whether he m
n ephe ia Tdbum .... id t he.fonato amehntad ThospritE D the' n0 ovurn when FreO.nnh l sea erned to Phsiten 'mnhowe
o Cbs 'for uI bt at maor ti sup b r a rangedr-toa 'u er aid -almned o mre i am ouler inT r wis e, parents moknd carm-Wlnr



N a lub. I started wearing e P .war low of billion last year, c 0 S .nr, wn rr his father set I don't think th la the


o etheh Cubs rasae I l u "M A Z M omaIng --- -- ofr 'the ye a l iTa-.. --eltered life a--n t ur tat. bepn- u..aq -
se the Cubs' brg I ay -lvalryo between Curtyn ac l-r' z- distance dever 8pm-nt and re.ht eFdelt, Of Zone AOA.. beda 0 _nosa aptitude d- tS." Mcar 0,-or- UPpl M 5
tai yeti re d u my a- pekyParker. Both lief a nA diet cash pamense a Arniihis soB stude. ButIathes
d uarofgfie the usullyoassenwithetaleseE'ndaloadesiraym entsdsswep11e1
most of '45 and then be- lnd are venly matched. Excel- Repayments of loans wer The Canal Z e dep rtment ninded chd showed an unusualto- ndin.teo from Wnm a
t by the Braves Into the ,nt itching, good fielding and greater than the amount of new of the Reserve u a r- nhs father o gav hi a Ilhavedn bo t B wier ea
organization. ot steady h itn g. oans paid out-nby 116 milli on m atlcAn x att i ompau ps father gave h callte* Cro e war e d o
SThe squad will be man o ged m 11 n mental ce ,".Pads ,a e v h..
reaM s I stwao',ears wo by th ch o esqa oft a i e amsae O r or the first time since brok Officers ls a. W he was 12. he gve his a 5 .bl L
Pto yea the league. The re-ular sea- The- onort ,_elected O. all y...t at e m 'eiat A feetMn ba upi) es another n ue -aos to. i01o -Mre l t r e rl,., t a ua-
led winer ball in an in- ttle. lis.."te-, .. r,. thtelv e Wl two-thirds ofeA T.J c -- -- At la, that'sI the opinion himt e book utterly rh aclnated Wa,.S. ] isll bUui.id dern neecu of f.l
Bdue int Sa b I an cins- total. e -U ,r.. Mnesota doctors who reported. Atrward, e made ra hw 1 5 swlfo, Na0, bore* eehe DW. amtc Cr.-v a G-

ncr will be ,W.4,this B,- ur,,- i- "Pane -theeo hs to 3n mos .other subjects.- .e .me
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sent at- the tea given by the
|- ..i. Right R eerend Reginald Heo-
.> o ert 'Gooden, Biship of the Pana- VATICAN CITY,, T Ong r e 9 l l 'ata:TaO A 1 i AVC. ..l ''
. J I/ drag -1 P n .U vi.. u. L4 a canal Zone, and the Board (UP, erman a nin mcLude. 3
---' --n--su w -- rI a. LAdm inisrat oirs of the Bella Tho has agreed to J ioz fhr and iA a.4 at i ""- ""- .-" '-
., a.0740 .2-741 Am 900 vista Children's Home at the Uc Church's ban of" 2 of her S ll an ,0 Al
J.Teskcrs Entetatn of the founding of the Home. nounced.yesterday. T. h book, e I .: S ofl"
......... Family From Palm Beach Receiving the guests were Thome'as position o .n la. Age-, Cath~lio oh I* re"ationd. .
Mr. and Mrs.JoepR h ak*Mrs. W. H. Rost, and M iss ttroversial Issue' was a Road to Maturt" The 2,74te.n i n
er of Balboa enterta.iaed Mr. Claire Ogden. known by the 8ac JoM .thi ea a CUto :.
inker'a brother Mail Mrs. Boat was in charge of on of theHoly in 1 charge oo ement r
S. Rinker of Palm Beach, ior Ida a arrangements for the tea. 8erv- nad received a letter .g u -was placed on the of a Oe my atl up i
and his teen age sf- David, d-u-w ing punch was Miss Car me n ermn Catholic. -- forbidden book op load of Caban ar. -
''da Home. Mrs. Roger Green find Warden, Mrs. R. R. Potr, three days later. .-., Po* hritthnl, *a m h i e /
While David remained in al Mrs. Robert Schultz poured tea. Wednesday evening, ApI. Only bookTs CeiM14 ddras from the mtelrg
boa visiting his cousin OGloria, A gift and flowers were pre- About 25 persons eed the n.lealy danea g -t said non ota th abp'S
Jiudy and Mark, Joe RbiMlteriusad ented to the cook, who has speaker was L t. W. O n, cli-mM in ate Th0. m e arIs ine, ,
his brother made a trip :t: Cra- been with the. orphanage since Chief of Civil DefenIe o~.lowing tb i t no -isitd l- llO ed T d
7 cas, Venezuela and QuitE, Ecua- it opened. a talk In which he amtemt ei nooh the V tcas lo f tha to board the rargte o h ew to- tr m f Ir
R e f l a Id toran em nt boaodhtea e -ab w p eh W or h 0;2d-U p icAs
i*'--'. During their stay on the Isth- New Director For zath a pr a il eal ed e book arvatore. : t a.- d d wer not explain. of at r,
a .n': 'HR I mus, there were many part tes Panama Bank Arrives with teacmng neighbors te '.lp ltre and mission" o .,church _______ a '
planned to entertain Mt.. r lnk Mr. Joseph de Lacoste arrived themselves and their fal es by questionipg the Ialbl ty "-b-a--; Don't I ? l
er, and David. recently from Algeria to make during any disaster. o Its Pteachings .. .e A/ --.th e t
/ J' l'l -d-ay s. H .. "." --- / hishome in Panama. He isWthe Future activities were. allo The newspaper also said P fot aftt do. 'i uno-.
S' Dr. anid Mrs. Fabrega new Director of the Pan a ma discussed a anoer ng Thome's bookt: ,r t
S. Honored At Mexican Embassy Bank and Trust Company. for July was scheduled 1.Made a distinption between m-i msold- a rfing ".fi'-
* fM^. Mexican Ambassador to Pana- ----. -*---- an "*Ivisible chuireh>epte- Forerthou .ht v thr with sivaen
mi" and Mrs. Rafael Fu~tes RubeUl' Of Margarita Vcardels Of Albrook renting a mystical unon of w-i ush b ews w eem a r hve.toowi
Were hosts for a dinner Friday Vaeatni to States E.terta For Da"ght. souls with Christ and the "vis- a l d .h
; "evening at the Embassy Real- Capt. and Mrs. R. W. Rubel- k'i-w. and Mrs. Jui p.' V, tbithe church bound by Unme and Most women I t .. ---T r
Sdence In honor of Dr.. and Mrs. I of Margarita, are in Spokane, lardel of .Albrook ACB.. Canal apace and formed 'by human and nery ge -"S-- l *1 ..
H i* fJ^ H" : Jose Isaac Fabrega, who just Washiligton where they attend- Zone, eatertained in their. r- forces." ..arte, "ry for a iM
..- returned from a special mission ed the wedding of their son, Da- tera, aturday for their da 2. Never mentions divine anu- sr., tor -t, ir ,. Kli''iS
ties-a 'to Mexico vid Alan Rubelli to Miss Ca- Julli Vilardell who celA thority entrusted to the visible u
--- ryl Joyce Jackson. They will ed her 6th. Birthday. church by Jesus Christ, or .in- But many of them overlook,, I. -
** -" Baby Shower For motor to Los Angeles wh ere Barbara Cook won lst Pr e spiration through the Holy important prepradton. They doe 't-
l,, -- .iMrs, Irene Homa they will vacation and v s _it an_, Paula Ayers won 2nd Pria.e Ohost. eke teat extre 15 minutes to run
S\ ', .Mrs. William C. Homa who frleapds before returning to the in the party games. Child r on 3. Recognizes the ri h t to. over in their minds the it of' -""
with her family have recently Canal Zone in May. who celebrated with Ju let sl a teach by divinely Ispred "a- friends and auantanes they e.
S' moved to their new home n ---- were Barbara Cook, Pala Ay- postles" and "prophets' in ad- pel to see. .That's important oso
i* '.. ." iHGamboa. was honored at a shosw at. Dolan Speak an eraDebbyMoyers, Minervsed- dit.on to regular churn organs, hat they wi be prbtepered to MI '
er' luncheon Saturday at the Ho-On a alvUf Defense .ar, Stevie Olona, Lola O.rt" It quoted ,Thom a saying: giyve a ttlr e of themselves to other ,t biU
:' tel Tivoll. Those attending the Sbton 8 of the Balboa Town- Judy HamUll, David Brand, Ca- "The only power toa a guess. e
Sbaby shower were: Mrs. Vida site Civil Defense held a meet- thy Olona, FreddIe Gonalej, Christian dan asbmit' itho t
-. ?. e Kaplan, Mrs. Lotte Zel en k a, Ing ats the home of the Section Rayiond Ortiz Beth Jen IUg, fear of erring t lhe oawn con- Forebuht'ives one a hance
SDavid Jackson, Jerry ona science. It the church refuses to to rememb tf comin li t that / _
evening" at the. Emb.assTy Real and,* Jullnda is the granddaughter accept this right, .thli court ag can be paM ed along, the qmury sWAman' A.eel
MRS. ROBERT R. McGRATH of Mr. and 'Mrs. Joseph -. 0'- eous and mature Chbrtatans will that shows one is interested i ani The _eThregular ,,
n -- S hea of Balina, Kansas and iMr. walk out of the church, leaving other's concerns, the bit oi news of the Woman's Ai el
A D B A 1 I and "Mrs. Francisco Perez Ozo2- it only to the little, the credu- that will Mbe appreciate. Church of Our Outm, i(
IAWC COMMIrTTE I HEADED BT VICKI Mc GRATH c A IV DA I i i 11n Le of Habana, Cuboa. lous, the pagans : tobal will be on Wdn
S BALL FO ORPHAN HOME Make Mnt of Bare Metis at 2 P.m. at Sch
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Final plans ana resermtion, ar ocu mein I .- ... a. .-
Club for the Building Fund Charity Ball in honor of the Pros-
idont of Panama and Mrs. Bicardo Arias. The Ball will take
llaeo at 9 p.m. on April 28rd. Reservations may either be
aede In advance or secured that night. The dress for the
Charity Ball will be black tie. There Is no admission charge,
Sbqlt any voluntary contribution will be deposited In the new
t. i ldn Fund for the Orphan Home .ofOur ,Lady.
S Ms. McGrath, Coinmittee Chairman, suggests that reser-
, vatlons be telephoned to either the Inter American Woman's
*, Club at Panama 2-0518 or the Union Club Panama 2-0500.


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Most people lead such busy lives voWa o a.m .
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enjoy each other's company some on April 30 at the hol m ut Mc ,
timess meet but rarely. For that tustace Lee in Colo, ,..
reason it is important to make .
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ERIESSTANDINGS The next three batters, Oruss, I e I In. Sn ... N
Lupetin and Meholle, worked Antonio Eskildien's hard-run- e:willprt2 May Ih.' hS n at
A s r.ue *ham Wo LtKlrchmier for walks as the big ning five-year-old Argentine Apr25a
SArmed Forces All Stars 1 0 rlghthander had difficulty with bred brown horse Bradomin yes- ; H h- M 1'ole l awa i Yok
Pacific Twi. All Stars 0 1 his control. The pass .o Meholl terday raced to an impressive l ur-a ad wurn id cd a n
Saturday Night's Result forced in the Service All Stars three-length victory In the $3,- dyThere will b e d h fights a blew fo r to the
I Armed Forces All Star 6, Faci- third run and Lambert Manto- 000 added "Clasico Guardia Na- T previloul P f will gtable
ic Twilight All Stars 4. van came n to relieve Kirch- clonal" at the Juan Franco race wrded to et winner The odge rn thir wnn
I Next game: Wednesday night, mler .. ac. awardend runner pTtfllt No atreak to 'alt .a with i3 l ir
Balboa Stadium. 7:30. Herb Boetto hammered out -a' The classic race was started- entry fee. streand 3-2 wth. Iere
base clearing double to left feld amid an uproar because th Amateur mndot all Ith burgh P te t the
The Armed Forces All Stars for three more runs to total to track management had orderecA man clubs a41 ted to par. l I i ants' au mp m to f- '
drew first blood in their three-iix for the the Inning. Joe R o-that the event be started ,itb ticlupte.Thebl ambas lubl t I losa0e In x f jtot
game benefit series against the virlo grounded out to first and'the horses lined up on the track be oen oere r ouads dropped a Is .. .
pacific Twilight League All Stars. ohnson, batting for -the second outside of the starting gate. This e ofeti Ihpls ates. to the Phl dr
Saturday niolght at Balboa Sta- 1 me in the Inning, popped to was necessary because only f popltlot 0 Urn a ment Dodgers wil e- 4t ht. w
dlum with a 6 to 4 victory. second for the third out eight horses could get into the draw s morq golfers than any Jo- enth strat Ph- tril ht t
The Service AU Start got oftf The Twiloopers pusld across gate at the narrow point of the cal tourney -h erat lies tonight w t at- n
to a flying start scoring all of three runs in the second to get track from which the race was year's total wSis year tempt to right taelve l
their runs in the top of the first back into the ball game. A walk scheduled to be started. promises evenln.re afternoon gme With the rra- [ Boton d tok
d4nning. All six runs were charg-Ito Larry Jones, a single by Rey-] After considerable milling a- The frs Peven.A.. Tournaments. W unra wie" .'tOh_ .n eo m
ed to Ed Kirchmler. startingles and two infield errors gave lound, the field of ten horse. got held atfiambst ftouars ago The Lo. gert' slaltlOace i tl,. t
pitcher for the Twlooper who the Twiloopers three runs. The off to a strangling start with l wa won by A Ie who has agve the. the bes t 'w 'h -
,had difficulty finding the plate users fourth and final run came ooyonder and Jaquimazo vir- tlrewas wohe P trean b .e shonee me has gave thenthe Na hi
as. the Rervice team sent ten in the fourth when Reves col- tually losing their chances at clf I island d hs been get- reeled off nine in a row in t hr a y Wte k ed
.ten to the plate. 3'cted his second single, Me the break. tling in shape'W s 'try for the That nine straight to 6p nasa' thr with r
After getting lepdolf man Bob KCeown went down on strikes but Sugarplum broke on top but n orown apela yo. n s ort ma=or loaa.stera iS .. ......
Johnson on a fly to center, "'ichert doubled down the right Bradomin which was walking up rn u. Old ,riasollhtM a MugMr rwhh e e wl h t
K'rchmier yielded a sinl0 tofleld line and Reyes scored when at the moment the flag was ray won aithi o Md 12M3 St.a w h rowns andMw the 10.
.'ikl Rivera. then issued a free the return from the outfield got dropped quickly sprinted to thd -and GaImbno's TTm y J'ks t. A Glan"e. 8 wnsasn40 p h NJ. S S
t'^ket to AnRelo Ouldo. A dou- away from shorttop Bob John- front. Bradomin led almost Ithe; the present a le holder, takin s h _st rt a .season.wfit m ,
ble. by Pill Wood scored Rivera son. entire distance, relinquishing' W the 1954 h a. ... thanft" i hbigao.l &
. and OGul"o with the first runs of Mantovant. after giving up the the lead briefly onl to Relam- The f1954eld be wide open h rated
.the..game. big double by Boetto In, he first pago 11 on the backstretchf The field. Will be wide open their
innin limited the Service Starst Jockey Oullermo Sanchez was hisu a dyear.. Ne"roa top here bet u. hi T ". their
oon y three hits over th easing up on the reins ap Bra- golfers. In addltin to the rew
of the game Only two men' got domin sped down the final six vious chiamps, there 'be hot hto wi T
as tar as third base. Ma ntovanieteenth of the straightaway. Mitten the Amateur champ and F 4d t ook Se s
struck out there and walked king's Prize barely lasted .. .always a nten r ,'c..d r
first five innings with Dick Scott which closed brilliantly after RHS DECATHLON WGeorge, twc of the best, Ace Dedgea# .as@ hit a tta ef 11 Larry
pitching the last four innings. getting off to a oor start. Red (Top Don Hm(, second oodiman from Amdor who re- horse i 7 i pr Metary of th
i.-- ..Scott, a tall left-hander with a Phymester woun up fourth. Al- lace winner in last week's centG toured Gamboao lay- contes7at taeura *tbro e t.
TODAY -- .30 blazing fastball gve the largebatross, Tur got, sugarplum oa en out
1:30, 3:20, 5:15, 7:05, 9:00 p.m. crowd on hand a remaararble Yonder, Ja uimazo and Relamn- .decathlon, clears the ual.others just. as good too numer- r, a ng a aSe e
ing exhibition. cott ru pago It raled in that order at bar at 10 ft. 6 inches. 'e-oth- ous t mention. t tn .
A musical of youth and love out ten batters, Issued three bas- the finish. Relampago II drop- r t The Gabon Course will not meanw hoe the
Fnd elnhiantment! es on balls and did not allow a ped dead when being walked ler picture shows Jim.e rvens The alea course wilof tua d o
hi ,uver nwthr a s le 6 tind Brack tdomin returned $130.l. and third plkce finisher Ed year. Holes have been lengthen-813 t: hd t e. We
oe o ithe e trips- ndI Bradom returned $13.00. cott receiving awards after ed and changed and it looks like pl dn ng biln t 3Ro ** rt'1
Si '"''. Reyes with twis aL ed o $5.80 and $4.60 across the board. eir outstanding perform- the course record of 65 set in Mut i rts *. _.
rillo" Reyes with two sinme Alfredo Vasquez and Virgillo nces he 1952 P.A.A. by Johnny Mac Je ,:n.
.. : in two trips were the leading Castillo shared riding honors will be safe. -i
Satters onf the game. ser with two victories each. discu, 2 yd dash. 120 yd. lowdition to npear in a rn ev-n p -' p.
hreplvuthg1The next game of tie series.,i,. .. dash.h12
sponsored .the American .Ir' hurdle,Apoleevault,mhighjump,ho i' alren. evd ..n
Sglon thl merian Le shot put and 660 yd. run. points against rce Carlesa Eng- critch hits
ito wthe Boys State fund, willd b iIare based'on the erformances land, took a beating the feredh a eond la o eyear. sLemon's ive- r e -
playto the Boys State fund will b OCOlt O each event. Las year's win- visitor who, although lackng a Heivy h market most abled the Cleveland Ii
plar Sedenwday night at the mer r James May scored a tctal of punch, kocked ummer al of yesterday's other es, with seer a 4-, win aftpartha
Selboa Stadium at 7:30. Webb over the ring for most of the ten Al aline providing eatut go, ite,0ox wdn
"1 Hearne will go to the mound for g en boys started out in run'-ds. In dual outburo The -year me,,-, i
the Twilighters with either Spe-| F _g r b o started out I-e i T lm w a
he lhtewh eh _Plu decathlon, three falli by Cd Plummer who was sup- old outfielder huikthree hoa rs .a
S i i claI Troops' Joe Meyers or Al- ay V I ideI the first d ea- d tobe so "vasly mproaved d ecame the eih mode t
brook's Steve Kisio serving them 'ish e n n So.ac from a TP to laerto hit two in one e _ork no 7-d wat

-. 5 i" m hthe .eTheseeladsdeserveawmllnythingbut, a hila o
I l -eArm ed Forces All Stars 0r ot l r l o all the. m t enS ,out pro ram that P dluet Sam ue lf r
S abrhI ,pot 6:s s 1 1 ".- 00- .r day, after g sh !" *=eroe fau n "noth .


oJ1 .. hnn,0 a 1 2 hca di oop Vaeoofoa' 2. Don Huff t, jumphigh hur-when in po r from because even a


--CB -4mAR S o' : ::: li 0 I aS n.?t. ?:p seensi .tnlahed wlh a toota of dles, pdole vault h r tomhh a b enl
|\ ..* '.'. M h ol et .. 3 1i". 0.. 0 0 0 h1ost 3f thefttrdrto His nearest competition was 4. lambert Mantovanr, 3050, Beryone who witne--ed-',the--- t.s pes th hre o u
S orySoWon u Ml 6cott,...... 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 vna, Cuba wh last night repeat- an te hrwngi he g2s of a; Everyone but the jude. h* 0
|1NJ RIVera, sb .... 3 1 1 0 0 1 Impressive Isthms n debut by track and fed. eve. -fctrainer lmit as o alIl u am hil-
S MOT eleammond, 3b .. 0 0 1 1 1nchn ou t n ea t 3190 points; 4t Lambert Mon JamesDeondes.2380. o hould never ever .
H8PT IT OLOR G2R Roeey, r3f .... 1 0 0 1 0 0 "n t i overP an v m tovani, Steeneior 3050; 6thiCharles eac boy, showng his to- rated to the extent o m akling
ApCAOFR geilus rf ..... 0 0 0 0 0 ederico t ek tore a te letterman in track, t00 points and ints and events Ien which an appe dnb In such-a. sorry
Wood, lb ..... 5 1 1 6 1 1 nar p crowd at the Con Are- firstplace n the Second Annuil he was outstanding: physa cnd tn. ooth
SPece If .. 1 0 0 2 0 0 t.r h fo K. 2980 points. The ix plce.James win- 3.ob teens, 3450, low It Isdownrightdang erousofor




PP I cGlade. t b ..b 3 0 1 3 0 0 Plm tHeti* -nne3 7 .n ide-. n ers will receive engraved gold 14. Joe Galloway, 1710. ntl de m. ,e- -. t h hl. ..
atumoto,3b 0 0 0 0 0 cups or ther andng hurdles, 1955 tracand field a lighter to go against another (





S up nes If 2..... 2 1 0 2 0 o0 ""-" e r1.n-ie* fo.r M The annual d ...8. Decathlton s D on Huff, 380, hicially close hhur- wheis n oo r from because even a
SY HEAR .o.. ... o 2 was started In 1954 as a batteryWednesda afternoon as the oo'tel y.ivingh e,.h .t to Fnirse u d rmt.10 o 1 'o'ton 032400]l2-41
I~anV e, b .2 1 0 0 tes these, pole vaulted n the victory he may be nfliclwaee 1 n ( ,





ift O- OOR Moran, lb ..... 2 0 0 4 0 1 In hi bets, frm and spent 3450 ptandints.g all t trak and National 5tar meet. untThe scor- h were informed of tnnnat wooolall on Mler oem nrt
S' MKeownlic, f ... 2 1 0 4 1 0 "'"o "t wfe to hear the de- ield man. he decathlon con- of th five events will be In what took iac betwnta pahn (2-0) re n Smith
Norton, 2b ...302 40 0 0 0 h on"knn' His nearest competition w100 d. dash, 4aompetition wt those of the ef adyones tho wi tnesetheT 'a -
S THUSDY. u.ffy.chert, c .... 2 0 1 10 1 0o ,*Th. Wnweveri'. he br',p furnished by 70 otg h urdlentire waited States. Cub s declare tand Semnck l o -
ScotGlud, ...... 2 0 0 0 0 0o .hes while landing repeat- points. The di, t ce in points shot pt. China." -
V A Ai^ *o W eful 34 4 5 .7 8 3 the ,I. wa s 220 ywo dash, -withSte8t 0.. r -Owen eran, th lu bl n n .S....






4-4 J st SUMMARY To Fill-3w a6 m to e sths. a Voson move t g28Owe0Sv erynenut the0u d m
SITnti lt aht rnound. horpnle- ens gaining over 300 points. 8. Robert Fogel, 2580trJudge S oylvstre Ber esfoarm '-t Game) 1
T'.-TL m Rowle r .... 0 0 0 0 ip-qrtn- e ,qR, i tovani, Senior 5 thCh.arles 11. KenerttulletonedJohnCn-- m CTcgolay ruled .. 1 L- egM
SI 0O T A id. rf .. 10 0 0 0- 1-i .-a, ,-ek to his MorrisJ J unio /,, points and kin2220. w in00l w dwhen the ehi. t- M o"
-.f i t an 1,,,hm.oleon,If a 0. 0i Iy l "*th- e.n aesar Von Chong, Senior 12- J hn Neece 1800. m sere turned into the ao td0
S Pechette, bIf ..a 1-Wheeler by Man- ***- i -'- d or*r .- T 2980 points. Tl six place. win-13. Robert. Toothma n. 1770. tf e- 1 4 3 -
d| F T- IN 1c-lade. 3b ... 3 0 1 V 0 0"' t a'f 1i" -n~vidioy, ),a 1-4 ners will receive engraved gold 14. Joe Galloway, 1710. the official announcement, thesa ssi Lou (n















Stow*nl Wld ptchm.Benot Dou- '-*- *- **,- '--,, t ators rad aestted Alr wanted to make st..e ..i... ,o,,,.. .....--- 11 L .on (-i,1 *
SI atsusnoto, 3b. 0 0 0 0 0 0 s t1 ,,n,. b tu cups for their tandng work. The 1955 track and field sea-gnt hee decieavh..te .-
*ls- cf..... 2 1 0 2 0 0 rnI. f'., "oThe aal .. Decathlon son wil"l officially close this a l.sta hudle It Was reverte r -... .-,















T ... .... ,oo.a.r.oto Lupetin to Wood' --e .-* ,---., ^ the annual. .' or .were h n .ed bet.wee,, n ,- .,, r, p oand Oh ... .. ad. l .. ." M "- "
B'.tolen base-Rlira. Two base :**'-* -* "** <"= Classic over tione thto b at the sa Pnh ackw ad 'Firs Game to it
SReyes, lb ... 2 1 2 6 0 0 lTowl -he P e -r-t wna- of tests to d4ptmrp0ee the u to- wa. to clear lets in top. le,, 4o t h gt is 0a......'- --
l" -"rR COT, Mo,. lb.....2- 0 0 I tl,-t --t, o"-v-ch .,le itstanding anll a k ando Natioal 54 Star meet. The sco-t-I i C"cae "oke -00o o _, 119 ,o .3-0.W1
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u__n etonbs re .' "-~ nm ai ~so The horses...which had t.._e f.y.. 59 .


-)A" TIce eof gagno.-2:15. At- days before the Derby. Atkin- Efe rce r b d br04 off t(a goo
tend_. n&- 500. son who will have had a 'ase. he nra a r "nd than the com -no /..(.OLYNM (.." "
Naniackf arintineg an The din. swi
-- e k Deb of handlingaNuhua-he'll r I d e be-,rac-- wentup n aL off to a iY,.. .
IM Aw ,I- I @ lE Kg .o,,'s Wood.Memorial, April 23--off te1 ia 2erthere AL -..,",,1
i,-X "-- then will stp down and lookak. "..fA i
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NEW TQILE (NUA) tTe heau
Atkinrson, am6ng his more than .$ "inrem
OgC 3000 viodri, never hU won a -W.- C te roo, 11T-he
1. I Kentue Daft. n MUL
.-Thenle, ha..ha An
unkind to the Slasher in this IRA Va"
big one at Lealaville, decided 'star$
I! I ?. % I& tam n1Nathils year. W It h i iAI --" uo rgi + '.-,
4 noupes)umt of two 10-dayWAnom
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fRAtS IN KHO5OR At ceremonies beioi mhe day-late
Stadium, N.Y., opener, New Tork's catchaier Yogi Ber
(left) and pitcher Bob Orimnt seem load down Vth. A honors be-
lre the game with til Washington Belors. lemr holds tUie
lost Valuable ily.er award iN 1954. and Grim clutches his
lague for l1985ookte te9,iYear prfromance. Yaks Vbeat
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resgondtng to a driver.
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OLD DOC HAS NOW REACH-
MeI me point where he intends /
I; pu .tae milhlon-douar g a I e
t1L bI oxmsng, just ,s he was
respnsibie for it In tne days "E'S.WPMI
I Mn he crditlly guadeo acit -5 Y
Dempsey and mucmey Waller.
AIenw hue, just to keep I IPLL i AY e
aeton, earns is parmotng a .. s ,
15-round match between Archle '
Moore and Nimo Values in. Las to ."' I l'll e
Vegas, nev.. .ay z. =e abals OUT OF DOORS e ,thn
thn as benmg for the "real "
world heavyweignt enamp ion-
ship.'
Ano seven-figure payoff will
be, or course, connected with a-
y listlic showmgs of Uarl Bo-' By BEANS REARDON
bo" Olson, the middleweight 0- B BEN REAR1N
namp." Olon, the mi O leoengt *a- 24 Years in National League
i9amp. Wo ens oln, at oid BnBy JOE STETSON Written for NtA Service
stirred he nits hare enough, to Dog ed ptthe bases full, the runner going
Up Mover a light-mhavFwel it ofsed Hey, what's this about Al to third let a batted ball a t
Joey aximh Atit, he sealed or lling a pupfor a hundred him, thus breaking up a double
te 175-pound title. This one buck, l "v"p askels "Aa .nd' .
was ctItually made. some That's the way make money." Answer: Yes. Jackle RobI n-
aonths baci. '17 payday In- he's got six more. That's for e. I on pulled this at Ebbeta Field
evolved will be subptanial. I could see Al starting a low ,, n t re oun-
Old Doe Ifrobably first introduce was makin money ishr b runner i out ei te ba hits
lea r o t ns.U A he had tamd n litto e
*ed Olson W C id lh y lo tlndi- bo. Al ,_ r Inob"i.5"! w /r / pol l Im, the batter a -afe, the ball
s t Aa o c e Kna ow han ia hbar to dot t
w_"l'art od i ,e gets, lot of work, enlist the aold ofhi Q. What club topped the A-
titlte. A t ii, cf family, and then be pretty lucky ..merican Lwague in bat t In iIn
A, d .put.up in order to break even in the ;:lIn a.
an ove io t l abd old bui t a. n- v't theI A. The Yak s With ,n6--, but
atly jn h wih t to thinking bout there wasn' much difference
The ;pul. came ot with O ou tar a bit of men taco umpu- between the top ou, the n-
meeting and batteringU earms' station that went somethintliedisfinishing fourth with .262.
own tiger, baxim, into destths th is
The Do--who else?-also s a Al's Dobermanfi pinscher bitch
gated with Archie Mlgoors cost him $125 s a young proven
datd with i Moo. matron. She had had one litter XPLO TI
SAND, IF OU CARE TO look and good fortune might allow experiences were profit beyond New York (NBA) -Of the
Sast Moore, you come uson r five mo. Thusae st per te dollar msn, but anyone pasteven middlewei ht chi
what could be one of the bigger litter was The average d whln to pa thebank ons Carl Olson, e cum-
matches in ring history Olson fee per litter is $75 (keeping a OOUnt ad better know that ise onehdidn
and Marcin. male would cost three times as greaterlikelihood that the win his title by a knockout. He
S a ranomuch). IPi hank will ive a very un- took 15 round deci onsd from
While everybody s crying a-j To feed her properly the year com rtable existence. Paddy Young and Randy Tur-
bout the pitiable state DO- round, including logical supple- uted by NA Service)in .
ig ahd the small amount of inents and taking intelligent ad- pin to gain the crown.
money to be g aIned in the -antage of table scraps, would
game, Kearns cannily oeso a- cost coftservqtlvely 25 cents a
nout and, on his own, bilngs day or about,, $90. Add $10 per
back the golden days. year for vet's fees, woerming.. or
It alrevolves rnd Olson's the like, and we have an ev OF ICIAL LIST OF THE NATIO
ability. At frt, you quest ion $100o to divide five ways. EachmFuLST O / ElI O
how this busy rllng mechan I c, letter stats, therefore, with PANAMA. SE
who never has seemed l@e basic cost of $120. That's $20P N M e n r r
hitter, would be Able to go In each for six-pup litters.
w4th a big guy,'who can punch, Now to the $20 we must addpetePrizewmbersithe'r y
.rsuch as Moore .apd Marctino. tote $2 mus t
such as coore ad Marc anoh temporary and permanent pro- The whole ticket has 44 pieces divided in
i But Mckey Walk e r, who section against distemper sad
fought 'ema all, from 147 pounds infectious hepatitis. (Rabies and
right UP to.Jack Sharkey and leptospiros will soon be added
max Bemem tools yo can to immunization programs). This Firs Prize "75



talking wolgat no pncheri three months, charge them wfih .r Third Prize 55
But an0GCatc69 or 5a0at least $20 more each. IThird Prize jj
hit hard eno'Ug tobother an-p. io we have puppies produced
body. He pped. LMxim, t an aver aecot of $. some ... -' e s. "
strong feilo se nhe ouald hurt are sold. at some at s $75, o*e mi I sm "M ,


him gotian Marci, I'd haven't figured on protracted AiU.rn9l n uies
tell himo, to o. you h ave a n ess or accident, cost of ho$ 0.andme s anm I esa5l e sM e
eat 'has cear' Ing, beddl to g, disinfetant, eq i 13. 1 In i I s I as In.
"IF Ba W d e O an wouldxbevery lucky--indeed.f he I 132. 00,IM- -I12 ,oO


"e anwould have to," Walker meat could ave ees, runs, oand we I a it lo 4Ms i.
sa y s; t In g, bIe, 1|., d s !1.s | MiA 1 3I I a n I1e1
went on, "fight a dif ferent fight of ad the d ,
against MainoV-- and M o ore clation d A i r
too,.no s--..Into those ten "It-hole-....-.
Puncher hi's so q uIik youngsll.
take good po0 hem. d hl, oco rNT I e i n ,5 I ac W
ththemlo sp punches atn.tedidHow ourse. The p nroit?01m i1 lj. I u 449 mcllW.
Ihe coui ld u art eases. I knowifte, esmpanlomshipn

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PUT o T UO LITT after a4
becam of.i fa ln'a l
yes noew since the Uttle guy trem
the fled over the last 18-I chara
part-and It May be that he'e finally had n pr
final round would have tgveif Hogan the t la
three shots, but he faded to a 7 a a-t l ,,-
Mi. highest low score in the yet's htAAlry. U 1 q I
tknal Open, Hogan closed with an on t7rd ty ftr
78 the day before, and was never a tr i the i ti
Yesterday in the Masters, he started last ra d
back of Dr. Cary Middlecoff, a deficit tMI H"a o theU j '
well have handled, but instead of ga helo
leaving him seven shots off the pace. o ae .
take charge has the little guy lost so many a"n been so a, 1 .
presalve in repeated failure, and I suipel t thei ito .
for Bob Jones, Walter Hagen and others to mtv-ovr ti
room for another grand old trouper who hau rlaksed t
the line. .,. -
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The In4lans' Bob Feller maintains the West way .t '
harassed pitchers Is tq widen the plate. Itil aSther way w'll
be to shorten the bate. Readlineo "dttle A a ie n e"Ns d-i 1
Oklabema," the bully.
OaVIOUSLY, IF THE BARNYARD hens had a stref t
Ion. the Easter bunny wouldn't be able to chMiel in the way ,
does Smokey Alston, the Brooks' pilot, is an expert weth
worker, so hdin ing knotheads should e simple for him. .
case you're interested, a new deal Ins. oritd rain dBathsM
cooking, with Troplcal opening and closing the abscm ohn a .s .
schedule. Better-late-than-never dept: Cleveland pitehera .
discovered they can get Willie Maya out by pilphug him law -
side. A note from Frank 'Tiod, editor of the Bat Pranelic MiWe: 2-
"It was news to me wheri Roger Williams o! Our iporft ,te,
ment told me yesterday he was going Over to the 9*Ji&S S
center, meaning the ra e track."
Hamilton P. Cah oas, $1abeth, N. I ta ull
"In your astclee on Branch Bickey ye hal hI S
had his Catalie ant Liaeelas his ValladUt s Im
Is spelled Catillne and ValadiSagha a
your statement that the Pirates mIn 61
find nine who an play ha11 Is ad u
nine." Comment: I probabr ly ete
oeesg how I bhd to o lok himak t..
J. MurX must be famitar with I lw'i
of things ean happen to your eepy. f ,'
steaming bet typewriter until the inl 'Stath md r ,e. .
started In Timeis n Ee As for naminplg ni.n, ther s..
begin with... er .. e.. Say, wasn't It a yily tay. E461.
IBC Is TOSSING a scotch-on-h ., s.patryim
C,.ckell, British heavyweight king, at =6l -Vito t
upcoming May match with Rocky MA MS 2 N h i,
"T m really Itching to have a go at him "al fIrst
the dear boy should do is consult aa dt j w N
gulfers know that prior to 1920 It made sao.IB 0a6 how
heavy the ball was. It was either that yejr t o
the first standard ball (1.62-1.62) wi U d in' 'oh
ship play. For the next several y .4,M V w IA" 'W3*
blamed on the officials. "They've ruined ti ne," be"a 1I
hacker's theme song. .
Mr. Bogart 1oeri, ehiastened and a -se ,wtId! 5.1 *.
"T'hel with philahthrepy Sat trying g 1 |i n *e Ms
Tly gesture, rs llbaY hiand you Sl' 0I1t ?t le
later) tax free, What hppens? It' acetsed- of n A
poor man's e!ury OGieawal ,"
A BIT Ol INTIRPRWVIVn Jusi in order ,
et thinks what this oe el 'eds g
winter book oR tIe gaLebA y erby. W +
lient (Me.) entpptlh. Hoping to ..9
speakily rqebrted to bribery, a one dollar rat
at 50-1. He was, of cursW, promptly apd r dat9r,
peelly when it was M larnedwhe hi*30ot ft'.
si.nilar investment on Dark Chief at 10-- Now
letter:
"As I felt very badly that y o t7e proa
first, horne I gave you, I enulne a b ne, o "e _.
5W0-.. That's the best I eaM de at i I
It absolutely clear I will net part DO". 1 ..'
Chief for any must, that Is, *P t t" .
HOLD UVRYTHING. Here is a later cotelar ueao u iion
Mr Rogers: "I Just got another run dowsaen the J R a
Mon's been cut to 30-1. somebody mIust d w ,
More likely, somebody took another OUi f U
horse. In the Mexican book five dollars es euIn
to change a 3000-1 shot to oded on. But Mir. loS sl:
"Where else can you lose so much for ep ittmr"


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LONDON, April 18 (UP) -
9 Britain's legalized bookmakers TBTI TH 3M M P A, MOND APRIL 18, 1955 "
, today made Prime Minister An- -
Ssony Eden's Conservative Par-
pdsd-on favorite to win the

.gSSS....Dies Reports Grave Increase
The proesional bettors who
folding money threw open
their books and oIffered to
wager with all comers that the
Tories wilU beat the Labor Par-
ty in the polling. I Ar Power Near rormrtS
The odds quoted for the first
time this morning by the big
betting firm of Doug as Stuart AUGUSTA, Ga., April 18 -, which Dulles summarized in a Carney late last month was higher degree of of
made the Conservatives red-hot (uP) secretary oz oltae .ionl statement and news conference the source of a report that the attack. ."
favorites. t'oster Dulles tom President Ai- shortly after the meeting. Red Chinese build-up was such Russia last week' "4u=d
It offered to take be's either senhower yesterday tnat iRed In addition to the Chinese sit- the. Reds could attack Mat a u, an agreement with ait rta
way but quoted these prices: China has launched an intensive ation, Dulles reported: then Quemoy at any tine after* government which Was-
1l If you want to bet on the buildup of oizensive air power Soviet Rasia, in its rec e n t -mid-April. This report c a nme ed as a major step con-
Conservatives you have to put opposite Formosa w h ch has dealings with Astria, ashe w s from a private dinner attend d clusion of a fourpowr peace
up four to win one. 'grave implications" sor the signs of being "willing to alter by Carney. treaty ending theccu n of
2) If you want to bet on the United States. Its 10-year stubborn ollcy of the country.
Laborites two will get you five. Dulles, who visited r e s l- maintaining indefinitely R e d The President at a subsequent
Eden, gearing to save the dent asenhower at his va.a-' forces of occupation in .A us press conference said he had no "All the facts ars not yet
Conservatives' slim ho I d on tn retreat here, said .this tria." He though the new So- such information himself. known and, until they are, 10o-
Parliament without direct help country only learned of the viet attitude concerning Austria Sen. Walter F. Ge or ge tD thing should be taken lor gran-
from Winston Churchill, the Communist air activ ties li might improve prospects for-a Ga.), chairman of the Senate ed," Dulles said.
party's greatest vote-getter, the "last few days" but they Big Four meeting. Foreign Relations Committee, "But oa the basis of that is
today turned his attention to had been going on for several The President hoped- the A sqw the Eresident last week. known, it seems that tbh West-
the budget which will be un- weeks. slan-African conference at Ban- Following the meeting, George arn nations are begins nlg to
veiled tomorrow. Most Congressional I* d e r s dung, Indonesia, would "exert a said the President should not be reap the first fruits of a policy
He had Chancellor of the Ex- refused to comment lmznediate practical influence for peace pushed into a delcara tion of OL patient firmness."
chequer R. A. Butler as his guest ly on Dulles' disclosures b u t where peace Is now rI grave what this country might do in he said, too, that the change
at lunch. ben. Karl k. Mundt (-..D.) said jeopardy." event of an attack on the off- in tWe Soviet attitude toward Aus
The cabinet was summoned to the buildup was "not surpr I h- "In relation to China," Dulles shore islands. trial was "a first d d re-
meet this afternoon to hear But- ing" and "as Dulles pointed sai, "we discussed the grav Dulles was asked whether t ie sulting from the of
'ler's intentions on the budget. out, it doesn't mean that an at- implications of an exte nsi v increase in Red air forces on increased unity and strength in
Its contents, coming a month tact Is Imminent." build-up, now in progress., by the Chinese mainland cau sed Western Europe."
before an election, are extreme- Sen. Mike Mansfield (Mont.) the Chinese Communists of of- him to think hostilities in that "I have always felt that uni-
ly important. said the United States was ace- fensive airpower on the COl n a. area will be more immine n e n t ty in Western Europe," Dulles
Any tjx concessions Butler ed. with a difficult de ciis aion mainland opposite Formoqs, than he thought two weeks eac added, "would make more like
can muster may ring up votes should the new Red airpow e r Dulles said the build-up h a ler. .ly constructive action, by the
for the Conservatives. But six- be aimed at Quemoy or Matsu been going on for s e v e r a l "I have always made a dis- Soviet rulers."
pence (seven cents) off the in- and warned against any p'e- weeks, but American k n o w tUnction between capabil it i e s
,eome tax would cost the ventive action by the Unit e d edge of it "developed in the last and intentions," he said. "The Dulles was hQpefult the NATO
Treasury $292,000,000 and But- States which might lead to the few days." present situation indicate s a council of'ministers meeting in
ler has to make ends meet. bombing of the Vainl a n d by May might pave the way for r
Current uncertainty over the U.S. foures. I "new discussions with the So
S balance,of trade makes major House Republican leaders viet Unions.".
tax concessions Improbable. called Dulles' statements "too | "
Politicians said Eden will have delicate" for comment. U uross, h n CI S "I was able," he said, "to re-
-' to fight his own battle in the Ur a po a 'teady progress in ine
SMay 26 election he called Just 10 The Defense Department program.forxbringinginto force
days after succeeding Churchill. in Washington also refused to Cp e O l the treaties forermars ver-
comment although .onee UI r O n D ulles' W arniny eignlty, Germany entrance intc
S n c r spokesman said he would NATO and the creation of a
P thankster Drives "that"Ad. Fe 1x .B. Western European Union."
forces th p commandeP brought TAIPEI,,Formosa, April 10 Chinese Communist military Hoping to convene the NATO
the news back from the Far. (UP)- High-ranking American buildup across the Formosa council early next month, Dul-
SEt. Stu als owner r and Nationalist Chinese military strait. lea said "the foreign ministers
Iwth r. Zisenho ner r e Officials today opened a four-,. These Nationalist reports have would expect to discuss, and. .
weeeke. day conference expected to deal included:, advance concrete plans for new
Dulesv who re turned to with Secretary 'of 8tate John I. The stationing of Red set dissuesions with the Soviet U-
A, G r n. A- Wash eshho reterua after a tFoster Dulies' warning of an fighters at newly completed nion."
-JUP) .-Amerany, A- tw our ngtonfter withaf ter a extensivee" Red buildup oppo- Luchiao airfield within striking
t -(UP) -American an d Presdeur cnt rence Rwd buith site Formosa. distance of Formosa. Other air. Dulles said the recent devel-
Paolice radio cars n sped Presideant, d e uip Participating in today's mill- fields even closed to Formosa. opmenta between AVatria and
r 4 an yon last n t g h ti on was "a considerable brtensif tary coordination conferences particularly in the area n e a r Russia made a Big Four meet-

c. lrs ed isman8g a Hw e nd te nireetde e discaus-r Fleet: MaJ. Ge n. Wam C. 2. The official Tatao news a- be the case if the Soviet rulers
'G O mewicand. g H nd.d Chase. chief of the military as- .mmaer..oc had whon, m ore deir d" abl


heck of known amat e u r e the "grave impca t rons"
radio operators in the area fall- sur1mndinu the' buildup, pulles
ed to uncover the one-man dl- said, but he refused to say
easter squad. whether attacks pn the off-shore
For tw6 and one h a I f hours. Islands of: Queaoy and Matsu
the prankster broadcast on the or on the Nationist stronghold
speal uency used by U.S. of Formosa might be forthcom-
ary poce ears and Oe r- Ing
%a ftadio patrol vehicles.' The Secretary of State went
ptdetfyng himself various y on to say, however, that the in,
as U.S, policeman, aL Ge r- creased airpower foreshadow a
Industrial guard, and a a greater "capability" for at-
in f the German state tack "than we had been aware
the broadcaster ree led o01 a few weeks ago."
and "help" me s- .The Unitd tes only IArn-
.a blacketed the area. edof the buildup "several ays
Sn, ~he and popular ao," Du s sald ,upon receipt
Germanannd good Bng- o new reports from the Fa r
The accent indicated t h a t East .
prankster may have be en A Communist buildul aeross
an, police said. the Vermoe. straits was report
ever. the next time the ed last month and Adm. Robert
uwatom" starts roaristing B. O pWr, Chief of Naval Oper
nis not have the last laugh. atuons, was Identified as th e
lthoritles were re p o r t ed source of e report.
Ina portable radio do. The quston of whether the
unit which can pinpoint P90det0 0Ionid proclaim the
Mlgin of Illegal transm I s- stand this nation will take in e-
vent oft attack on Quemoy or
..-_ _Matnu ha been the subject of
Hasty a hot troversy in recent
Hasty weeka.
SSeveral Republican lead e r s,
MMARE Dm ABIA. among them Sens. William F.
ril 18 (UP) The-man- Knowlanl on California and
of the Mtel Stabia is Styles Bridges of New H am p-
by a postcard. shire, have urged Mr. Elsen-
d dated-August hower to make known the ad-
md.elivered yesterday for ministration's intentions.
Crsltina L manna. The ElsenhowerDulles c o n
n was 15 years old ference covered a broad range
of vital foreign policy topics


distance advisory group in For-
mosa; and Rear Adm. Aaron P.
Storrs. chief of staff to Pacific
fleet commander Adm. Felix B.
Stump.
The Chinese Nationalists were
represented by defense minister
Yu Talwei and Gen. Peng Meng-
chi. Nationalist chief of staff.
Official sources were tight-
lipped on what was being dis-
cussed.
However, it was believed Red
China's continuing buildup of
offensive air.power on the (hina
mainland opposLte the Nation-
alist'strh iold wa certain to
be touched on.
Similar conferences have been
held twice previously. The first
was in 195 and the second in
December, 1053.
Official Nationalist qVarters
were "happy" that Dulles had
publicly confirmed earlier Na-
ltonalit reports of a dangerous

Prke C-o suplant

Leaving onl t
Miss Fay Bean. prte consult-
ant for the Bureau of Labor
Statistics, .s leaving for Wash-
ington tonight after having
spent a week on the Isthmus.
Miss Bean said today she was
sent down here to describe the
methods her division, which is
part o Vhe 1. S. Dept. of La-
bor, use in conducting price
surveys.
"We are merely a statistical
agency," sher said. "we do not
indicate the way in which the
statlestcs should be used."
Mes BDean aded that she be-
lieves the Panama Canal Co. re-
quested her services in terms of
some g~-range planning pro-
gram they have. and they want
to be fmilhar with the methods
used In the States.
Wu pii: control recommenda-
tions are &nade by her office.
sheaid.

lady Jockeys
To Ie Allowed
On trench'Tracks
1l-(UP)-Women
& Ir "Mde amtheI Fren4ch
aBnoeuned that
-Ble i llt admitted
for the flat tUme
i-M -0 ea k. t s.


cy e ne sai Juns iand gunboats *h i w y reira* U r om
were near Matsu Island. Chiang easing the Austrian situation.
Kal-shek's northern outpost 120 The White House emphasized
miles from Formosa. Dulles' trjp to confer with the
3 The Communists were known President was not of an emer-
to have moved Imposing num- agency nature.
bers of troops, In the hundreds
of thousands. Into coastal re- Since he leaves Washing on
glons and were steadily increas- for Europe before the President
ina this force with artillery and returns this as Dulles. only
supplies. chance to see the President in
AFL Official Due two weeks.
AFL Official Due The President attended
To ArriveToday church as usual yesterday
-0 ay morning at the Red Memorial
For CLU Meeting Presbyterian Church.
The Rev. Massey Mott Heit-
Wil iam P. Schnltlzer, secre- zel during his service offered a
tary-treasurer of the American special prayer of thanks for
Federation of Labor, was sched- the discovery of a polio vaccine
ruled to arrive here this after- by Dr. Jonas Balk, and express-
noon from an Jose. Costa Rica ed a hope "that another dread
where he, attended t h e third enemy of this life will son be
regular convention of ORIT. conquered."
Schnitlzer Is accompanied by
Sam P. Ming. president of the On, leaving the crowded
American Federation of Grain church the President told the
Miller. Mrs. Ming. AFL Latin-A- curcv thed Pmesidhent tl thet
Miller. Mrs. itf, Ao Latin-A- Roev. Heitoel hea will be back in
merican representative Serafino November "if eve d
Romualdi and AFL Internation- bud I
al representative GeorRe P. good tol me, and I hope they
Delaney. will be."
The AFL official si scheduled
to attend ai.ee#ug of the CLU. Heitsel Inquired about the
MTC tonight at D blo. He will President's bursitis. The chief
leave the Isthmus Thursday aft- elective told him his right
er meeting With' ov. Sevbold shoulder had been paining him.
and taking a tout of the Pedro Asked If it affected his golf
MiJeuel locksl .' game, the President winked and
Romualdi is s duled to leave said, "I certainly does but I
Saturday. keep on trying."
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school at .a. 'Utah, mile happily after learnil that the
polio sho110t&S took last year were the real thing. bne of ;the
chllaren wh6 ated in the Salk vaccine test retelved the
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Rako s' central committee
nid Iteprincipal denunciation
1of f aMah 9., ut although
it braded hm a demagoguee"
and a "rightist devlatl nlst" he
continued to hold hi title as
premier.
Nagy Is an old time revolu-
tionary. He fought In Russia
when the Bolhevik revolution
broke out, returned to Hungary
to be orted from the oal
Democratic party and join thg
Communist party between the
war. He fled bck to Rugal Ini
World W-r II.
During the 'war he biroadatA
from to his homeland and after-
ward returned with the Soviet
army.
Before he beae, promer he
wr onifater of agriculture, min.
ter o. the interiorand speak-
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The Panama Riding Shol of the -Can
horse show yesterday at Old awarded th
Panama proved a rousing suc- The sh.o
cess with some 800 spectators a local red
being treated to thrills and spills, time this hi
Highstung horses, more rac- Such an eve
tlous tha usual, caused more Events,an
spills than normally but nobody
was hurt, the spectators had the ADVAM
thrills and everybody had a good
time. of it. Gaby Fre
Gaby Frederick, 14 year old over, Tony
girl fom Panama, copped a gold
cup, emblematic of all-around INTEBM]
rider of the year, for her general
horsem end high jumping. Billy Ki,
Pries e arded to first Miriam Co
four I event.
A Ei Yevttr 'Zollow the BaGI"
leader wae led l Rudy Rude-
shelm, a Gdy Ae, I cd cud- Georglai
ed six top riders and jumpers. Gerbeau, Bi
This event was staged in honor dra Johes.
of Major George Herman, chiefI
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Down Parish Priest
SLAERNO, Italy April 18 -
(UP)-PoUee sought today thw
unidentified man or woman Who
shot and killed l-year-old par-
ish-priest Don Ugi pa at the
door 'f his duifth with a tin-
toel.
The slaying ocrred yester-
day as, the pie was re-enter-


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PVIENNA Austria, April 18 -
(UP) uay'a Communist
Party stNrlpp ailing Premier
Imre Nagy of all his party posts
today, adding to the disgrace of
the man who put consumer
goods ahead of heavy industries.
The rubber-stamp parliament
met In special session at 10 a.m.
and the satellite premier went
the wax of Soviet Premier Geor-
gi Malehkov resignation be-
cause of his misdeeds.
Also stripped of his party posts
today Was ej.. Mlhaly Farkas.
50, who was.minister of defense
until Nagy took office July 4
1953. Parkas liad been one of
five secretaries' of the Commu-
nist Party.
A Communist Party announce-
ment in Budapet said the cen-
tral committee met on April 14
and stripped both men of- their
party posts because of "contro-
versial" Ideas which caused
great damage to the party, the
nation and to "our social con-
struction."
The central committee ex-
pelled Nagy from the party's
political committee, from the
central committee and "recall-
ed him from every function
frem the' confidence of the
confidence of the party which
he enjoyed."
It said Farkas had supported
Nagy's Ideas for a long time and
that was similarly expelled.
Parkas will be assigned to
other party work. the party an-
nouncement said. but it made
no mention of Nagy's future.
Nagv had een a follower of
Malenkov's "s ft line" of great-
er benefits ftr the consumer.
Eleven days after the resigna-
tion of Malenfkov it was an-
nounced that Nagy. 60, had suf-
fered a heart attack.
Last month the Communat
centrall committee condemned
both Nagy and his .'new course"
nollyv and observers bean wait-
ing for Hnrary to name a new
iretder. The stsee was set for
him to retire either because.of
Ilness or to be tossed out of oT-
flet.
The key man In the alte-
tion yq Myteas] Raked, M-
Is chief of the all-powerful
cenatl OBnmmmitte. of th 'Comn-
maW Prty anld who is *#A-
pu Hungary's real n'tg
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