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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: 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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special aid programs for Guate-
mala and Bolivia.
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year to rush aid to these two
countries in face of economic
difficulties.
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grams "have proved their high
value In-many of our sister re-
publics," Zlsenhower added:
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DOUBLE HEADER The first of some 70 Bairton, TeX., children through the first sp
toward immunization from polio. A tothl d~C 19 yeogaters from three schools were on the trill
run to iron out any kiu that might develop. Thh massive job of administering the first shots
starts April 19 at 64 cnlcs In Houston and Harri Ccounty.



Strin Checking Slows Distiibution


Of Salk Polio Vaccine Across U.S.


NEW YORK, April 20 (UP) represents one seot) went t
A survey of the six drug com- Sopmetem ate, the fuaR s-
panies producing the Balk polio epl-Abed, euse Of the
racclne showed today that only sea -weaet poe-pad
Strickle of the fluid would be the rinar e"leaglo sef his
available for commercial chan- In that ares1
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WASHINGTON, April 20 (UP) The Defeim .
prment asked 300 for military construction at home Oad abroad, tfor th
fiscal year starting July 1, including some projecIts 1A .i
Canal Zone.
inlPrect e listed for the Zone totaled $5,382,000. lad
included
ARMY: -Fort ayton, housing, $2,350"00;
NAVY-r Fifteenth Naval District, hopingg $540,000)C
.i$3069,000;
AI FOACJ: Albrook Air Force Base, $163,000.
T p spW h".ousing project t Fort Clayton r
new NQO md officers' quarters, most of which will re-
place on ed quarters.

CUSEO Formulates Policy Tonight

At Open Meeting In Diablo Cente

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tWhen batch of the vaccine must be
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i S beco In the ne t eight weeks W r the Canal today because l aIDb s and
t o eastem w. 0 rather ism. sl developed a delo 15 ll ga
-Olhof the rlt 30 y or The foundation announced BONN, Germany, April 10 starboard, which Is sa t 1 at aombshi
wR power opy C iv Ci T h lat night that five of Ithe .six (UP) Th U.S. an~ West Ger- the limits allowed by t Cal _ai.Wbel Ial o
od t MISt Co n Chi v Iv Thief companies manufacturing the many deposited ratification in- for transiting. orw- 5A
a repair on vaccine had shipped enough of strumento today for the treaty taa'ulapr
at te West were needed. theFor cayngoff a porcelain it to provide first shots for 4,- living the Bonn Republic its According to the Port a
swoz,. AbmeA wertWs dawsink, a Thompson will 173,120 children. sovereignty. the 7,200-gross ton ship is
Cbmmlt Sona a no have0. ays to "rwt up" in the This Is not quite half of the At the same time they depo- l.aner and should soon be
1ep to cut ties t6 W at Berlin. Balba 9,000,000 throughout the United sited the ratification of the on an even keel.
ist Berlin Mayor to8hr The -yer-ld Panamanian States and its. territories who treaty for stationing of allied
a6 weeks ago predicted the was fod guilty of pt lArceny are slated to get the two-shotr toops nWest Germany after The Liberty-type ship a 4nl
emualats wod halt power this uiraing in the Biboa Mag- anti-polio treatment at founda- sovereignJy. Balboa yesterday aA I
I to West Berlin. He Istrates ur toHe the si, tion expense. The ratification documents and docked t Pier 14, -
"ais would be la "political wortl ,35. frm a i unoccupied The shipments went to 24 both creates were depted to the United Kingdom m .
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN
w. m ANDO PUULIUaeD m THI PANAMA ANIMICAN PR.1. INC.
FouNDEDO my NIRON WOUNpBEY.i. IN t1ls
HAtMODIO ARIA. EDITOR
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TELEPHONE -0740 (B LIeNI)
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OR *NE YEMA. IN ADVANCE i-- s .8.50 24.00
t .. IS TOUR FORUM THE READERS OWN COLUMN


STHE MAI BOX


The Moall Box is an open fenim for reawee of Tlhe PaSMmS AArile
L deun are received gratefully end are handled In a wholy confIdeuth
I ye contribute a letter don't be Impatient If it dee't ppear t
eat :ey Letters are published in the order Neselved.
Plmes try to keep the letters limited Itos e page length.
Identity of letter writers Is held in strietest cnfldee.
This newspaper eamemes me responsibility for statements as opinoem
.pressed in letters from readers.
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lOgr Sadeye Sanm:


A POME IS NEEDED


Been trying for months to compose a poem about the Coffee
l ir in our offices and so far have only got one verse and I
ee your help. Reason I am asking you is that one of the things
Ehey call you up in the Admin.uildln In s a "poet."
COFFEE HOUR
Between the morn and noontime.
When ambition begins tb lower.
Comes a paume in the djys occupation.
That is known as the Coffee Hour.
What I am trying to bring out Is that the coffee hour is just
another legal excuse for a Jet of frustrated office women to get
On the make a Government expense. Also a legal excuse for the
numerous professional minor white nosers to drink coffee with
the chief white nosers. and ret that 08-10 rating they have been
f1thting for for so many years. ,
Beer
ALSO A CROSS WALK
balboa, C.Z.
Bear Sir:
While it is understood that plans are In progress with refer-
Meie to the crossing between old and new Balboa Commissary
Amaexes. If put history is anv criterion, It will be weeks or
months before anything along this line is accomplished. In the
maIntime, this Is a very dangerous situation, and it seems that
Some sort of temporary means could be qsed to direct pedestrians
aWd give vehicle drivers something to go by. Perhaps chalk lines
would help. to the extent that pedestrians would at least all cross
In the same zpot. and not strRg]le across, watching their chances
' with traffic enmire in both directions, for a space of half a block.
't1 automobile drivers would be able to keen an eye on them. In
one tr"* 'Vhat's the general opinion -- or perhaps some better
spvRestion?
Let's not wait 'till somebody gets killed!


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Labor News
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Comment

By VICTOR BROW
It is time for a happy talk -
for there are prosperous aays a-
head-lar Into 1906, at least.
Despite depression pockets In
coal and tcxUle sectors the na-
tion is chugging undrahatlcaUy,
but steadily, Into a new upswing.
That's exactly what the eco-
nomists have Just told the Pres.
dent and several members of
his cabinet.
Employment Is picking up.
Production Is picking up. Prof-
its are picking up too. Loose
labor markets, when not too
long ago surplus milk, butter
an aurled foods were being
distributed, are "tighteuni ,
as retiring, even 'ina farm
equipment plants, puts thou-
sanus on payrolls each week.
Only the "cnronic" areas, with
deep-rooted problems w h I c h
can't be easily solved, have fail-
to reflect the encouragLng
owing.
And aeep in the catacombs of
the Office of Defenes Mobiliza-
tion, the experts are working on
plans to aid these #tflL-depres-
sed areas by next fall.
This confident feeling pervad-
es all informed circles In Wash-
ington. After observing It, it is
sate to predict that there will
oe few new laws enacted by Con.
gres, certainly no new labor
laws, because leaders on The
Hill feel that all goes mighty
well across the lana./
. The only Important action
tobe taken on the domestic
economic front will be the in-
crease of the nation's minimum
wage statute fro* seventy-five
cents an hour to nlndty cents.
The only Imprtant fight
which will be made against the
establishment of a '86-a-week
basic wage will be by some
southern Congresmen who will
want to gradually increase the
seventy-five cents to ninety
cents-say, 10 cents an hour this
year and ten cents more next
year.
The government experts' con-
fidence springs from the fact
that the ranks of the Jobless,
have been shrinking steadily
since the end of 1954. Nearly
500,000 workers were added to
business payrolls between Feb-
ruary and March, which are the
latest statistics available.
In all, there were 48,200,000
working on non-farm jobs inW
March, which is a happy 400,000
more than exactly a year ago.
Furthermore, virtually all
manufacturing industries report
a longer work week which
means that overtime pay Is re-
turning.


And everybody Is working for
higher pay. An all-time pay
peak has been reached-wlth
the average industrial worker
getting S75.8 a week. This Is
4.59 higher tan exactly
months ago. The Detroit &aut
worker, incidentally, is average
Ing $9 weekly.
Note, please, that the March
factory U pwng was the highest
since he Jpaneae took one look
at our atomic bomb and n.it.
The number of workers fad-
tories is .up to 16,300,000 up
164.000 $v bruary, which
makes it th&e apest gain In
any month sincd 1946. Every n
d ry., o nceand t

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there were
t oet colorful re-
S l prosperityy of the
"j from a trumpet
Jimmy Petrillo.
nt Eisenhower a
whichc pointeA
Ut -movie n-
ry is
.. rom.j i. -of 4.4 million
utmers a week, attendance
ni now climbed to better than
'Sillions' i week. in conse-
quenc, new movie houses have
benp, opened and many that
iera' cloWe during the high
( musemnt) tax years are back
-."T Induastry paid. almost
n O. in dividends in
preceding year.
..0..C 3w $150,000,000 f r
ndu y... ptces and l-
ures deline by 65 to 70, percent
over the previous year..."
Jimmie wu&s arguing Jor a re-
duction IA te 20 piart luxury
tax, but %*e ao ks the point
that t MtorE. money a-
roundtta spent on luxuries.
And be more, If the
gov eoomindts are right.
The ptrots boom are cer-
tainly pu ng aside the pro-
phet* of t em.


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THE BROADWAY LIGHTS M I
.. Curtain-Time: "Champpme Complex,"' a
faree, was toasted by several reviewers. but the
majority regretted that it lacked the proper
no.. .Some hailed its wink-sy dialog, much of
which dialagged..Polly Beren's dimples and
the spoofing by the other two members of the
east, Donald Cook and John Dall, were given a
tp of the hat for their adequate playing....
Critic Brooks Atkinson (who enJoed a lot of it)
dismissed it as "a thin farc.. His verdict
buhed with reviewer J. MecClain's minority
blessing in the Journal-Amneresan:" A funny
show"...."Met The People" (a warmed-over
floor-show) came to the old Diamond H6rse-
hboe and competed with the waiters serving
dinner and hooch ...Some of the entertainers
were rewarded with praise with one appraiser
(Wm. Hawkins) enjoying It all.."Ankles Aweigh"
made box-office history in Boston (during Lent)
crossing hefty sellout money there.
In the Wings: Some Hollywood writers were
d about Mao Lanza, who chucked all
Slot because of alleged ''"laryn-
ere,..''=e as] Jackie Ellinson, "1955 will
be rememaer-a he year Churchill and Lan-
za quit. Leaving their governments in tears."


hopes and the- melody bf tltlhr love. Expertly
conceived and tenderly played by Betsy Blair
and Ernest Borgnlne...'"An Annapolis Story"
represents a tetimonial to Mr. and Mrs. United
States from. midshipmen and All The Ships At
Sea.."A Man Called Peter" speaks the language
of the spirit. Every heart will understand its
inspiring theme. ."The Purple Plain" is an en-
rtanng adventure. Gregory Peck is The Dare-
. Bu ese beauty Win Min Than is The
Darlng. ."Long John Silver" (a pirate fable) Is
suitable for y Kneepants and Susle Pig-
tl.'Wo of 2i r" takes you to Africa,
1tht ad o nta cliches and wild yawns..
"Canyon Crosaroads" Is a harmless sedative.
Stage Dofr?4Vjfpn a Hot Tin Roof" (says
variety) Is 'nv weekly. It will reimburse
41 backers f ibout 10 weeks.."Damn Yankees,"
a musical (with Gwen Verdon), attracted $45,-
000 in New Haven, which Is pretty good..Three
shbowswhbch as.naimous raves this season
are having tr put front. One had to resign
(a $100,000 The other two, surprising-
ly, are not playing to capacity. The public, it
appears, is ern tng critics. .The rumor h as
Darvas & Julia (dance experts) planning to split
their exciting a Jula aspires to be an actress
and singer. Darvas la, so busy with his many
rich business eals, he'd like to-take a hooting
holiday and attend to them.. "Somethin' amith
and the Redheads" open at the Cops a. Reported
a hot trio..The Troupers (a worthy group of
philanthropic ldles) host their annual affair
(at the Latin qpoter) on the 24th. Jane Froman
will be honored a "Trouper of the Year."
The Telebrtlle: "The Search" focused its
cameras on psycbatric research. If this pro-
gram failed staulate and enlighten you-
you should do The Couch Bit. .NBC gave Lenars
"Merry Widow. another pretty tinkle, especially


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H war Was embellished by NSnett Fabray. She
She,bpu the cream in "Tea for'Two".,Mr. Cae- let
sar'a Jw, by the way, costs 0.W0 per hour.. for
MuIXt Queen for a Day" cel6brate its lan I
Blrthd on the 30th..Critic John 0rosby's e-
say on a major network's "mediocq y" was Topic in
A in TV temples all week..Crosby constructively tei
critiqued that outside of the net's public at- of
fairs programs it was letting its only competitor t
steal the show and the audience, and that It *
"hasn't done one single thing (since teevees
started) that. s particularly memorable." w
Cast of Characters: Darryl Zanuak admitted
goofing on his rejection of "Battle Cry," a hit Id
ilm. He shrugged the chance to film It. "I was gi
afraid of another war picture"..Itf you're skep- 4a
tical about civilization's progress, here Is a reas- pa
during Item: Movie ceasors now permit the word iI
"fanny" in dialog..Jane. Russell's future looks
as good as she does. Her -20 year contract ga-
rantees a minimum of 1,000 a.week..A new Ju-
gling troupe calls Itself "The Halt Brothers." wa
(Please keep your relAtona outta thsl)l.... hRI
20th's "Daddy Long Legs" with F. Astaire, To.
-Caron and T. Moore, Is rated an Oscar counted -
er by previewer... Fay Winfield (she pvyi a W
streetwalker I "Fanny) dwells at a 1eca o gs. ~
vent. Itl.aalag a~ shelter ..e bumin a gdarr

The Press-Box: The late and unlainated
Friendly Study was net without omic rAlief.
Sample Senator Pulbright inquired: "Who does
make profits in the stock marketT" To which a
the N. T. Stock Exchange president (Funston) G
answered: "The people whose stocks go up"...
(Nearly all of those we discussed still aret).. lea
The poetic justice of the century; Dr. Salk's vIe-
cine paralysed polio.. From the papers: "Dr.
Salk frankly admitted that he had Improved A
his vaccine even while the tests were goti on" 0"
. Apparently the concern expromed (a year ago) a
by polio authorities at Michigan State Medial u
SoeIety (whclh I reported as news) was one.of so
the many obstacles this heroic doctor overcame ,
to give the world one of its greatest ilelarngs.. si 1
Headline: "Elsenhiwer Gives Polio Serum Data wb
To World, Including Russia and Satellites." ing
Wonder how the Kremlin will explain that bt- In&
perlalistic attitude to their people? wa
wo
The Intelligentsia: How come the Drama 1
Critics' Circle permits the Saturday Review to be poN
the only publication with two votes? (John ra
Mason Brown and H. Hewes))..Larry Markes a
(a top teevee writer) may be the next chief of
The Writers' Guild..Tune Pan Alley's big giggle: t
John Loeb (a song-qmith) was requestedL to a
bring all your records" down to the tax collector he
office. He showed up with two suitcases crowd- r
ed with demonstration recordings... Oeorge p
Frazier started a new trend with his album "nw
notes for Lee Wiley's album of dirties. Epjoy- i
able wordage..His imitators can thank h1m for
their heftier fees copycatting his idea..Time's o
page 25 pulls Sen. Fulbright's, halo down over g
his ears. A demonstration of political hypocrisy. en
... Quote of the Week: From Changing Times:
An egoist is one who thinks that if hb hadn't S
been born people would wonder why.


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ROME, April 20 -SUP) -- T
condition of Rep. D a n e
Reed was described as "sati
factory" last night in a bit
medical bulletin signed by a
tending physicians.
The 79-year-old congress a
is being treated at i tome's Bhi
I .Sisters Hospital for a hear
SEN. ALBEN W. BARKL, sLAN WIFE: To half the people who condition.
write. him, the gentleqan from Kentucky is still ,Veep s a
.Heart specialist Dome n I e
dy for action from the bee clt He laughs about rumors that Bolognese tonight Issued r bu
%ot of people when the team neeas them. his health is bad. "The people letin which said merely: "TI
motuie hsa co
mou this capacity, ca in health all seem to die before I
when the controversial HoUse o ," he says. I William Ticknor Reed, t h
tax cut bill, sponsored by $11 His age is' beginning to show congressman's son, is in c o
Democrats hit the Senate. It slightly, but generally he a- nt attendance on his ath
was paced with tr~uoie f or pears to be as robust and vii;- fered a heart attack I&
Senate Democrats because it orois as ever. k. Mrs Reed r nw In Wa
was obvious that such conserva- The only discernible change is preparing to come Was
tives as Benators tarry Byrd of In the Veep's operation -is a re- her husband's bedside here.
Virginia and Walter George of luctance to attend quite. as ma-
Georgia would light it. ny parties as he used to, al-
Acting quickly, Barkley and a though. if he and'Mrs. Barkley
six-man group trom the Senate accepted all invitations they'd
Finance Committee rewrote the never be at home in their plush
b UlsoT it wouldat. least permit apartment on Connecticut Ave.
solid democratic support, even They have dinner there at least
though It eventually did not twice a week and wach TV aft- Ptne Furniture made of
pass. Thanks to that quick ac- erWards. Daritn Mahoany NOW at
tlon &ad some aeat benlfd-t le And even though he's still in .amsms l mi p ,,.. .
scenes maneuvering, Bar k le y great dtmiand as a di n n e r ro Din
helped~ void a public splt a- speaker around the r try-at t'ig eu ,e.
moang- enate Democrats. a fee of $1500-he ha made on-
When newsmen caught Ben- ly two such dates mince entex- Poductos de Made, S. A
ate Majority Leater Ly n d o nng the Senate. * n
Johnson of Texas and Barkley Mrs. Barkely thp former a c--i av,...
Is. the hall just before the corn- Jane Hadley oi St. Louis, who Bwn Kodak skM. iand
.promise was ready, Bark I by was courted by the Veep in one hMone
told them: of the most famous romance s
"The eggs have been found to of the decade, is pleased with
be fertile and- will be hatched their relaxed sched u e. UIt
momentarily." gives me a chance to devote
It was thought that the Sen- more time to the things I con- I
ate was just being kind' to an alder important," she says. I
old member when it Ignore d Her chief outside interest is
-seniority rules and gave Bark- the Nationa Society of Crippled
ley his old seats obn the im.or- Children and Adults. she's a
tant Foreign Relations and Fi- member of its Board of Direct-
nance Committees. NoW it turns ors. She's a member of the
out it was done so the cagey old board and of the executive com-
veteran would be on the two mittee of the American Heart
most important committees for Association and is a key worker
the service he could render the in the group's fund raising cam-
party. paigns. mLI l
This Is fine with Barkley ex- She also devotes much time
cept that it cuts ih on his sleep to her job as trustee of Amer- A new ITALIAN specialty, in.-
slightly. "T'he beat sleep a man ican University. Mrs. Barkley's M-teted with VITAMIN "K," an
can get," he insists, "is that teen-age daughter Jane is living eti-hemorrheis agent.
hour or two after 10 o'clock !n with them and is a very popu- VIGIMOR i thie.eul of the
mnplinents sf the morning when you know lar-young lady about town. An- ~ ct sce nif invwri;
re. The nuts everyone e is at work." other daughter, Ann, is married i. Sfor ,the trea.tet of 1.y -
Smild protest As Veep he 'could d r I f t in to an Air Force officer and liv- ORSRHOIDS and VARICOSI
On the White shortly before noon. But being in in Texas. VEINS.
pon, Dans5, a on two major committees fore- "The Barkleys are the most
ea him 0o arrive between 9:30 beloved couple in Washington," EImimnet painful Hfchiie i a
and 10 almost every morning. I'says a society matron., *ho0 time, removes cnemaoa
ond FREES FROM DISTRESS.
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"' W irfi1 IAD MPOPEAUD, N. 0., ArUl 20 T Whise is 'ltl w'^
Vn-W ieen a ping *har e (UP)- Six-year-old Mike Walk- hiked three mAu to B "
er figured he would take the flight ln h ,
fastest transportation possib le taggig a be d.
WA GTON, April 20 Man Emanuel Celler D-NY, or- -a et planet--o visit his grand- He was later found
(UP).-ouse investigators de- dered the subcommittee counsel mother at Columbus, Ga. Lar arld
cided today to ask Supreme to contact Douglas and ask if he The youngster son of T-Sgt. Va., perched the t of
Court Jusicel William u. Dou- would testify on the source of and Mrs. Rex Waller, of Pope F80 Jet with ewsy.S by ,
glas to testify on his recent his "misleading Information."
statement that 56,000 wiretaps
were ordered in New York City New York police must get a
alone in 1952. court order before setting up a ,
l ''' '.. wiretap to get evidence that may
The action came after Edward be used in a criminal trial. ConSOlidated Transportation
S. Silver, district attorneyy for
Kings County, testified before a The subcommittee is studying Service, Inc. .
House Judiciary subcommittee a number of ills which general
that official records show there ly would outlaw wiretapping ex- Operators of the only public -bu line in the Ca.
were only 480 wiretaps ordered cept in cases of treason, esaRon-
in the city that year. age, sabotage, sedition and os- nal Zone, takes pleasure in announcing to its pa4thsn,
% Asibly kidnapping. Court orders for their benefit and convenience, that tickets to be .
Douglas wrote in his recent would be required to set up wire.
book, "Almanac of Liberty," that taps in these cases.used as fares in its busses are to be put on sale.
wiretapping n New York had tickets will come in booklets containing forty (40)
been "oppressive." He said it has Silver urged the subcommit-
been used "as a means whereby tees to make sure any bill it ap- of a unit value of $.05 each representing fares of a
police have obtained guarded proves does not supersede pre- total value of $2.00. The booklets will be sold for oly
confidences Of the people and sent state laws permitting wire-
used the information for cor- taps in gambling, narcotics and $1.80 by agents of the Company, with sale head
rupt purposes." other criminal cases. quarters in Paraiso, Canal Zone. Until further notice
"In 1952," Douglas wrote, tapping authority," he said, "in- the tickets will be acceptable only on the Oamboa and
"there were in New York City terstate crime syndicates would Paraiso routes, but it is planned to eventually ex.
alone at least 58,000 orders is- go into business rt a rate that
sued which allowed wiretapping would startle you, I'm not only tend the use thereof to all routes if the plan proves to
-over 150 a day every day in the talking about gambling. I'm be successful.
year." talking about real crimes."
At the suggestion of Rep. Ken- g about rBuy tickets and save on your transportation
neth B. Keating, R-NY, chair- Silver said the "newfangled costs, avoid the Inconvenience of carrying, and flahing
electronic devices" described re-
--cently by Bernard Spindel, a in your pockets, for change.
Rep. Reed Being self-styled New York private de-
tective and wiretapper, "are C. T. S. Inc.
Treated For Heart mostly in print and Instories." Manager
Treated For Heart said he had not seen them
Ailmen"butI don't say they are impos- Curundu.
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ORLANDO, Fla.. April 20.- not mention the manner of'
).-A middle-aged machinist death but sad she several times I
I dt today he buried a woman found her bedroom spattered
inred Joale Fair after his wife with blood and women's gar-
Uled her in a brawl 15 years ments stream about the house.
and Tennessee police said She told police she believed her
y expect to find not one, but husband had disposed, of "a'
-C e, bodies In the macabre af- number of bodies.' Their stories
Or:,. Jibed about the disposal of Jo-
i-th Orville L. Warren, 57, sale's body.
*jid his pudgy 44-year-old wife, Much of Warren's statement
.ladys, signed ramblir.g state- dealt with his wife's alleged
aents giving the sordid details career as a prostitute. At Christ-
. oCf the death of Josie Fair and mas time in 1946. he said, his
hinting at other bloody violence wife argued with a man at their
A l their iurmer bome at John- home about a fee. Mrs. Warren
sdn City, Tenn. Biu: Mrs. NVarren hit him with an ale, Warren
mid her husband was the worn- said, and he later noticed a
ap's slayer, strong odor coming from one ofI
the partitions in the house. He!
Officers of Washington Coun- said he believed his wife buried'
ty, Tenn. were enroute here to her victim in the wall.
return the couple to the scene Johnson City police said that
of the reported crimes. In John- as relayed to them the state-
s~n City police said that two ments covered the deaths of two
men were killed with ar sxe at men in such-a manner.
the Waiten home and that the The statements were made
couple also blame each other Warren dictated at length a-
tor these murders. nesday on a lunacy warrant
The men were believed buried sowrn to by his wife. He was
about the house where the War- ruled sane Thursday, then he
r ns once lived, police said. In blurted out his disconnected
his statement to officers here, story. He said he wanted to get
Warren said he buried Josle Fair his six children, aged 10 to 16
lI the dirt floor of the Inter- out of his wife's custody even If
state Foundry and Machine Co. it meant a murder charge.
at Johnson City where he once The children have been con-
worked. fined to the Orange County pa-
rental ho.ne. Preoldent Jim Mil-
Police were awaiting the cou- ler of the Johnson Cl y foundry
pole's arrival in Johnson City to said that Warren was married
start the body hunt. twice and had 11 children. He
His wife brought Joste, a wo- was fired in 1958 for drunkenes,
man in her early thirties, to the Miller said but "it is hard to
Warren house on Feb. 18, 1940, believe thal Warren was Involv-
Warren said. The two women ed any any murder."
began a drunken argument, his Warren dictated at lenght a-
Ssttement said, and Mrs. Warren bout sex parties, allegedly in-
hurled the visitor down a flight evolving his wife. during the
of stairs. She died 30 minutes couple's wanSerings after they
later. left Johnson City and came,
"Then we went out and got eventually, to Florida. They se-
a ease of beer and drank it,' parated In January after War-
be said. ren allegedly shot his wife, but
His courage bolstered, Warren she did not press changes and
had one of his fellow workers they later wp r econcihed.
dgl a hole in the foundry floorthey later rconced.
and he later sneaked in Josle
Fair and buried her while his Dream Come True
wife acted as lookout. Two years
later, the statement continued. WASHINTON, April 20 (UP)
lArt of the body protruded from WASHINQTON April 0
the shallow grave so he cut off Sen. eOre D. Aiken (R.,
Sha head with a shovel and ds- Vt.) pe of the Senate's most
d'-d of it in a privy, dignified members, got excited
1$ he'tbead was later discover- when he hard about the Navy's
rr, but not identified as that of one-man "flying platform."
Vs Fair. who had been report- He said as a child he dreamed
ed.n't slng. So Warren. "hid out" many tiums of iklmmlng ov.r
r--:eral days In Richmond. Va., hedgerows and over fields in
u- Ql the excitement died down. just such a gadget. Then he'd
L he foundry floor later was wake up.
Ler--ed with concrete. "You know, I've just got to
SItrs. Warren, in saying her have one df those things before
*Thusband killed the wO0Bn did I die," he exclaimed.


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UnitC on l"hur nabeiang Club Aprti r Gladys Ku- It all happened on a hectic how much easier it is to breathe
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nsul, was c pa ple mu children's lunchboxes. 8litti bottles of Buckley's Canadol Mix-
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nama by Mr. Aob_*tMcSPar eJWB Ar dP ,orus tService
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rant and one mber s and guests. Mrs.ymphony No. A MDors Br uh.


r iome of no selec-Lad A Bake'Sale is being p3Flannedt Major;
I.on. MrCharity. MSp brought Pian Concerto NoDay, C be or.
the meeting to a byplthe e At El A cordial invitation Is extenmfw cmd-
ngClb, Go l the National Anthem o, M a- f6r Mothers Day, to be held
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d Mr Blaro Arias. Athe members and guests. Mrs. Dor Brde Wins uh.
feobers are: Mn Rome of O A BakeSale Is bridge gameing panned
f. Alt Cha de rity. Mal, Mrs. ak Birthday Celebrated for Mother's Day, to be st
, Mrs.ek Peterson, Melt n The At1 Petty OffRanchdsherd House cmwere, first:w cmw candy
d Gerhadtio Mrs. William J. Cronin, Lastheirt aturegular monthly meetu- ingr MoL. D. Boners Day, to Mrs. Anh en E.1
Wlah1e Cana Zone, Army snd es no Panenbaum celeb r at e d the day beftre;on May 7 in the
8t3 Club, Cebamm Club of the 91 his 10th birthday St 4 p arty 1lavy ixchlae Building.
rry Casety. Mrs. Eaddtion ter, Mrs last Tuesday, with a d n of his fn. The
mothe been inWoodruff. the BllIn honor party was given bypresi parendngr. Fray u enhem, t From
ie and Mrs. eard o Arias. Anue Mr. and Mrs. s. Fallenbaum. Costs R KWins
nvitoaton ond would like to a. ToredoAt Bridge With ife
ttee member sono CristoWivespher ans The winners of the uplicate
jw@mbers are: Mrs. Robert R. Me- Bake ale For bridge, games played Mon d a y
wr,Mrs. Adoif de St. Male, Mrs. ack Molher's Day evening at the Tivoli 0 u e a t
*, Mrs. Jack Peterson, M. iMelvin The Chief Petty Officer's House, were, first: Mr. and
iderf, Mrs. Howard Diekeson, Mrs. Wives Club 0o Coco Solo h eIl d Mrs. Fr9d rady, seond Mrs.
SGerhardt, Mrs. Wlliam J. Cron, their regular monthly meetioung L. money witMrs. Ann .
Iarry Cagier, Mrs. Ellis Hunter, Mrs. last Tuesday, ih Presi d e n t Davis, third Mr. and Mrs. K. E.
ediothy L. Woodruff. Mary Sbley presiding. rauenem, ourthe Mr R. C.
A new member, Mrs. Do ro-Pike with Mr. R. Knowlton.
three children sil this aft e r_._.....
noon on bonid thle S. S. Toredor
the Norweian liner. Lore t t a
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Patrick a youngrte daolland o
Zong lt zath, wh o I leavg tend
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he Is Wth a peerece of silver by theetenthermfaceR power.
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The latest styles! They're smart and fanoylI
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LIBRERIA PRECIADO
7 Streel No. 13
MORRISON
4tb of July Ave. & J Se.
FOTO DOMY
Just Arsemena Ave. and 33 St


LOURDES PHARMACY
182 La Carrasqullta
CASA ZALDO
Cen.r.l Ave. 45
FARMACIA EL BATURRO
No 3 Lottery Plaza


FARMACIA LOMBARDO
Feorthk e Jly Avg.
Agenda Internal. de Pubhlcaciones
1 C..h.. Ave.
FARMACIA LUX
Prquue Lefere I Streed


LEWIS SERVICE
'Ave. TlvoUl No. 4
FARMACIA ESTADOS UNIOS
14 Cea.al Ave.
FARMACIA VAN-DER-DIJS
MSO, Street No. 53 .


HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE
J. ree.. e lOai AO lea, .
THE PANAMA AMIERICAN
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COMMERCIAL &
PROFESSIONAL


MARNETT & DUNN
LLROOM DANCE STUDOlO
EL PANAMA, SUITE 111
.10 p.m.-Aduls. Preteens
nnogers. By appointment only.
g.........Balboa 2-4239
5 p.m.....Ponoma 3-1460


IUFE INSURANCE
C ACAI,

S JIM RIDGE
14,28 4th of July Ave.
Phone Panama 2-0552

Ive ^lan help YOU with
S i' hiropractic"

IffCHIROPRACTORS
Drs. A. end 3. ORILLAC
S(PAlmer Graduates|
V k fro-IL uex- r I 2-31N '
fc ^ teiiic from u..UxTheatre)


RANPORTEE AATKK. A.
)RT|SMAH*
S. Shippers Movers
*a24S1 256
lW,: aig at "
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
bIl & Jumping classes doily
|5 p.m. Phone 3-0279
or by oppnintment.


se Wins


IMarathon

Cod Time

April 20 (UP) A
anese civil servant
R 2mfa1pura yester-
krspeAA mara-
d and driving
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slonds. That's 2Z sec-
tor than the record an-
iaes runner set two
nd lace, 61 seconds bte-
wlhner, was Elno Pulk-
i-nniish farmer. Third
t tto 'Nick Coates, a
Bcher trom Natick, a
*! joston. Costes set a
erican record for the
.hway course. He cover-,
two-19-47, almost seven
faster than Joe Smith
9rd ran in winning the


tmeltican to win was -
e:aUev of Arlington,
iamtts in 1945. I
"wts amazed by doing
ft t b180-man field and
Judges, "You'd better
l0e watches."
the winner, Hamamura
'p1Mg so fast at the fin-"
I B. Hynes, the mayor
n, couldn't catch him to
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mayor...and the sym-
tory...finally caught
amamura and another
DRy winner pladly dis-
, ]toli brown.


FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE-25-cycle refrigera-
tor. Freeze chest across top.
Real bargain. $75.00. After 3
pmr. Houe 1528-B Almond St.,
Bolboo.
FOR SALE: Singer feather-
weight portable sewing machine
with attachments. Like new.
Can be seen at Qtrs. 337-B,
Albrook. $100.00.
FOR SALE :-Colling all Pacific-
Atlontic iders! Complete scrap-
rewrop. Refinish your bambu
Rattan furniture. Low cost. Free
estimate. Phone 2-5463, Pan-
ama. Lum Henry.
FOR SALE:-1 set Rattan (2
chainrs, I footrest,-l-36" dia-
meter coffee table), $85.00;
1 Frigidaire with freezer lock-
er, 9 ft. $150.00; 1 Easy spin-
dry washer, new ports, com-
pletely rebuilt. $75.00. Call
Bal 2522 ofter 6 p.m.-0590-A
Bay no St., Ancon (Old Corral
Areo).
FOR SALE:-Washing machine,
Eafy spindry, 25 cycle, 3 years
old, perfect condition. Record
changer, 25 cycle, V-M product,.
vewy pood condition. Call Bal-
boo 3 35. between 4 and 6 p.m.
House $443 Los Rios.
FOR SALE:- General Electric
washing machine in very good
condition. RIO Abato 13 St.
House No. 2831 downstairs.


FOR SALE:-2 rugs-one 9x12,
one 9x15. 1 set balances-mnho-
2pnv. Very reasonable. Zone
2-4327
FOR $SAME:-Metol din;iv-reom
set. .4 chairs vanity, chiffonier.
1I ti;Stroeet No. 60. $"'t Fran-
cisco, Telephone 3-3889.
FOR SALE :--Leaving Isthmus
selling living room, bedroom
sets, gas stove. refriaraetor,
eood condition, cheep, 44th St.
No; 9. Apt. 6
FOR SALE:-5 Venetian blinds
4$x72. 6 Venetian Blinds
S5672, wardrobe, table' hathi-
nette, 3 electric clocks, radio,
House 2R10-A, Cocoll. Phone
Navy 1I13. -
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FOR SALE:-7 Foot Westinahoee'-
porcelain refrinerator, unit new
1951, $80.00; pair console
tables, $1 .00; dressing table
mirror, $50.00; 2 suall 25 cy.
clcks., $2. 0. Phone oBalboa
S1514 ofter 6 p.m.'
FOR SALE: -I Lnra'n mah.nv
tilingrenq *se*t. b.Sfai. tn'ln.
rhair. 51 10.l 55a4." :lnM
St.. Dioblo. Phone 2.1310.
FOR SAIE:-W-stinghou,, re-
f.>;."-t >. ewf.-l1t tor "ton-.
C'll B-lb'i, 4277 hfter 5 o.m.
*q week days, anytime on week-
*qa*.


POP $AIB;-Chrc.a* er* 0.
a-q" Sibert, Dioblo Helhhs 2-

Bon ta! .-BorD*--! D:'ia,.
living. I*-*,om ana k'-h-- fur-
niture. RCA conrole. R*friler'-
tar. Electric trains. Air cem-
pressor cmnl*l*e wlik attach-
ments. CoIl Balboa 2781.


FOR SAL-.--Z ea* nd met-
tresses. S5.00 .eh. 2 electrle
fans 125 cV. 570.00. 1 lere
-bird eeme. $5.00.0 Phone 2-
2662. Bolboa.
BARGA'NST BARGAINS! This
week: P*ttan lvinge room sets
frmee 12.f0. MlnMeenw dining
table and 4 ehatn 41.00. Mod-
ern Vapities 3n.tfl. DeolMr Ihe
with snel~ 26 ... So'q-heds
6.n0. 'nressern 12.00. Rakens
4 Ma. G>,rft/,r 4 nes o**'"
K(on14. e,,*o TPm. HellaS.
HOLD FVeHANEI, National
Ave. No. 41,


FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALE:--1949 Dodge Vz
ton pick-up. Telephone Mr.
Foote 3-3168 working hours.
36th St. No. 67-A, downstairs.
FOR SALE: Ford V8 1953
Customline 4-door Sedon $1300.
House 500, Ancon. Tel. 2-
3271.
FOR SALE: Mercury 51, Sedan,
4-door. Good condition. 8th St.
2180-A. Curundu.
FOR SALE:-Lea Francis Sports
car. 4 seatcovers, all aluminium
body, 100 h.p.'A real bargain.
Call 273-5110 or see at Cu-
rundu 2211-B Bob Mcllvaine.
FOR SALE:-1952 Hillmon Se-
dan, 27,000 miles, duty paid,
cleon car, good tires perfect low
cost, $800.00. Transportation
for appointment write Box 344,
Ancon.
FOR SALE:-1951 Chevrolet 2-
door Sedan with power glide,
perfect, condition. WiU sacri-
fice leaving for States .Phone
Kobbe 84-3212.
FOR SALEt:-1953 Ford Sedan,
4-door. Excellent condition. Tel.
3-6032, Quijano.
FOR SALE'-1953 Ford Club
Coupe. New ,car condition. Pric-
ed to sell. May be financed.
House 2245-A Balboa. Tele-
FOR SALE: 1948 Plymouth.
Perfect conditionn cheap. For
further information, telephone
value. Phone 2-2373.
FOR SALE:-Packard 1951. Big
2-4366 or Balboa 3289.
phOne Balboa 2417.
FOR SALE:-1949 Pontiac 5-
passeqger Coupe. Radio, stond-
aod shift. 83-3191 after duty
.hours. '
FOR SALE: 1951 4-door Cheov
rolet Sedan with power glide,
$8500O0. Phone Balboa 4307.
FOR SALE:-O01dsmobile 4-door.
Excellent condition. Only $450.
Call Ia. 4464.


FQR RENT
Houses
FOR RENT:-Small chalet, one
bedroom, livisg dining room,
kitchen. Moderate rent. General
Jose de Sen Martin Ave. No.
6, downstas, '
FOR RENT:m-2 bedroom chalet,
maid's room with bathroom,
garage, very cool. Poitillo Rood
No. 59. Tel. 2-2418.


FOR RENT
Apartments


ATTINTION G.1I.! Just buitt
modern furnished apartment'. I,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water.
Phone Paneama 3-4941.


FOR RENT:-Furnished and uq-
fambished 2 and 4-room oederm
apartments. Contact ALHAM-
BRA APARTMENTS, 10th St.,
Phone 1386 Colon.


FOR RENT: Large concrete FOR RENT: Unfurnished 2
house in Les Cumbres, 15 miles bedroom apartment in 2-family
from town, $100.00. Gamboa house. Fenced yard, girege,
6-105. laundry. Refrigerator and stove
furnshed. Phone Cooper 6-206.
FOR RENT: Second floor ofed. Phone Cooper 60.
residence on General/Jose Son FOR RENT:-2-bedroom apart-
Martin Avenu No. f Four bed- mot with balcony, in Belle Vis-
rooms, living room, dining room, ta. Phone 2-2601, 8-12 morn-
kitchen, large porch, Inquire inmp, -5 p.m.
ground floor. -
groun f ." -on tFOR RENT: Furnished one
FOR RENT Vacation quarters bedroom apartment on Avenida
Mayo 21o Sept. 20. 821-X Peru facing the park. Telephone
Croton S., Balboa 2321. S-0746-3-3099.


FOR RENT:-Cottage, on is-
land in Casco Bay, 10 miles from
Portland, Maine. Call Balbo
3683 after 5 p.m.

LQST & FOUND
L OS,-Small female cat, grey,
shorhair, vicinity Corosol area.
Ple e Phone 6-160 or 6-287.


Wanted to Buy
WANTED TO BUY: V or %
hp., 25 cycle motor. Please call
Balboa 1 88-3002.


WANTED
Automobiles
WANTED: To buy all late
models automobiles, preferable
Chevroleth, Ford, Dodge, Ply-
mouth, Pontiacs, Oldsmobile.
We pay cash on the spot.-
AUTOS EISENMAN (beside
Ceca Cole Plant). Tel. 2-2616,
2-49t6, Panama.


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EINSTEIN DIES Dr. Albert Einstein, 76, world-famed physi-
cist and atom-age.pioneer, died at Princeton, N.J., April 18. Doe-
t,, s report he died of a ruptured aorta, the body's main artery.


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FOR RENT:-Modern two-bed*'
room apartment in Bella Vsita,
51st Street No. 42. Call Zuble-
to, phone 3-3336.
FOR RENT:-Modern furnished*
2 bedroom apartment. Hot wa-
ter, screened, most desirale
residential section. Camp. Ale,
gre, earner of 51st and Ricorda
Arias streets, American Build-
Ing, Apt. 3.
WILL transfer furnished apart-
ment. Very low price. Telephone
3-6032, Quijano.
FOR RENT:-Apartament. liv-
ing room, bedroom, kitchen di-
nette. Ideal location. Calle Deo-
rien No. 8, alongside Elias
Garage.
FOR RENT:- Modern, living-
dinin| room. 2 bedrooms, spa-
clous closets, bathrooms, kitch-
en, hot water, maid's room
with bathroom, garage, fenced.
A St. El Cangrejo. Telephone
3-2148 from 8 e.m. to 1 p.m.
and 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.

FOR RENT
Miscellaneous
FOR RENT: Space situatedd at
Juan '.'Sesa No. 21wcm be uAnd'
eas deposit or office (located
near Canal Zoue). Rent $20.-
Phone Panama 2-0027 or 3-
0763.

Justices Split

On Divorce Ruling

For Odd Union
INDIANAPOLIS. Ind., April
20 -(UP) Indiana Appelate
Court was split today in ruling
on a divorce granted a German
woman who advertised for a
Negro husband.
Lilo Rentsch Ferguson, 32, a
native of Berlin, Germany. won
the divorce in Marion Circuit
Court from Denver D. Fergu-
son, 55. Indianapolis. She eharg.-
ed cruel and Inhuman treat-
ment. -
The German woman and a
girl friend had advertised for
Negro husbands in an American
magazine.'They said their deal-
ings with Americans in World
War II indicated Negroes "have
much more heart.'"
Ferguson answered the ad and
wooed Miss. Rentsch by mail.
He told her be was an Indian
makinif $10,000 a year and worth
8150,000. He brought her to the
U.S. in March, 1952, and mar-
ried her.
They separated I11 months
later. The court sail Ferguson's
"ardor cooled" when he met
Miss Rentsch face to face, while
she protested fear of him be-
cause he sleot with a gun and
hatrhet in his bed.
She won A$5.000 alimony and
$5 000 for attorney fees.
In the state curt's maloritv
opinion Monday. Judre Donald
Bcwen affirmed the divorce blut
ordered a new trial on the all-
mony He said the lower court
"abused Its discretion" in allow-
ing Mrs. Ferguson so much mon-
ey
Judge Wilbur J.ovse. in a dis-
sentine oolnlon, said the amount
of n imonv is solely up to the
trial court.

Methodist Choir
Presents Con'tata
Tnninht At Eight
M.'FTHODIST (insideJ .. .. ..
The Panama Methodist choir
will oreqent a sacred cantata
entitled "Oliveth to Calvary" to.
night at 8 p.m.
The cantata, which recalls the
tratedv nnd triumph of Calvary.
wP writen by J. f. Maunder.
Roloist are 1dleheert ,Toeh.
Miss clamB ne Machada and
Allan Hinkaon.


RESORTS
SHRAPNEL'S furnisd hed g
OR beech at Set; Clw. Tu*
phone THOMPSON. Reibe .
1772.
PHILLIPS OceasldpCemi
S1 e Clara. Box 4AEa
n Pan m3-177.
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A TEA WAS GIVEN last week by the board.ot the a' r ib h nar.of
Col. and Mrs. Harry O. Paxaon and their daughter N .the A7 Heights home o0
Mrs F. R. .Jobhnn, it was. attended by council memlprq and others irtfr 8 in seontig ac-
lTvt.s4. nighniht o this afternoon party was the presentation 'of a c 'Ito of apprecia.
tion to the Paxson famly for the outstanding wo th Pn te outnd they have done in' i SCout atvites.
The photo shows the certificate being presented by Mrs. W. H. Townsend, president of the Canal
Zone Girl Scout Council. Mrs. Paxson and Nancy sailed last Saturday aboard the 88 Ancon to
make their home in Washington while Paxeon leaves Saturday to join them,
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Commltsioner Staff .-. "
IBS Meet
A meettig of the commis- '
aloners staff of the lite rn a- '
tioial Boy Scouts of the Ca- ,
nal Zone was held in the Boy
Scout Room of the St. Jo-
.aeph's Church, Rainbow City
last week.
Special features of the two-
hour meeting was a discussion
of the recent review held at
Parais for. Lt. Governor H.r- .
ry O. Pazi0n, who leaves soon
for: giother? Usignment in the
United 8tate~s; and the obser-
vance 'of Boy Scout Week A-
pril 24 to 30.


Ellis L. FAwcett, cou ncil
president, and .Raymond George
scout executive were pre sen t
and took part in all the dis-
cussions. Others resent were
James A< aHasocks, scout com-
missioner; who presided: Ro-
meo MUler and Pearl E
Ford, distrli~ commissioners;
Daniel T FOster, cub commis-
slboner; CUlve M. R. Bailey
neighborhood commissioner: E-'
verald Walker, neighbor hood
commissioner.


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Reouiem Mass
A requiem wl be held
tomorrow at 6 o'loek
at St. PauI''g oM l Ch
for Lockslev I. WSIaa. Whi
died here last Ws ...
Mr. Feruit a
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".DIRrTY l(RB" MAKE9 ODDD-Televdigo comedian Georgeo
Gob expresses deadpan ditaste for what he u "the original I
dirty bird." It's a stuffed hawk sold In the "World's Biggest
Rummage Sale" in Palaaena, CulL. Funip .from the sale were
donated to Boys Republic, which provides duueat/,and frsh i
start in life to youngsters who need a msecon abance.


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FOR SALE: Appr,. 600,
sheets of corrugtd." mtel I
(APM) reefing. Mataeefat.,y
be sOeen at Hangar No.. 2. FPent
Kebbe. BHdon, lae. Tlephoem
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tere'll be so A~ ll With scenes such as these. 'Top, Rastus Russon and Bones Cheek
do Who M,9S2t"7 t hone lholoqs like hle's catcln flies. Endmen In the background
re' Samtbo Lous., houth Burblne and Moans Lowe. Bottom. Sambo takes a bow after giv-
n ~ ~ith ooauol th e rhythm catching songs he does so well while Plshmouth- is looking
nSrtyt O ut dasf' ut the .whol thing. Those from left, front row, Virginia Russon, Tessie Lo
famor ials ndu you see in the chorus are; we, Bobby Lougee, Gwen Deore, Ann Oennaro,
oImy va -.k row..Charlotte Tully, Kay Robinson, the eyes of Kelly Wainio, Carol Wil-
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Southern Amocrats Who. Bolted Spring Concert

Will Be C enged -.MHihell At CHS Friday
W l .l. The Cristobal High School
- 0o- band, orchestra and chair, un-
20... ...... fthe .l.yal. . h, d the direction of 0. E. Jorstad.
WASHINGTON6 .A 20 -;of the loyalty oath, the gr..up be presented in their annual
(UP Four tp ien Denm- put it up to state organizations pring concert at the high
ocrats wno boiW. te Asell- to certify delegates who are bo- school auditorium Friday, at 7.30
shower campaign in 1948 will na fide Democrats and have the p.m.
be challenged 2 L= d tre to at- interest, welfare, and succe ssL
tend the 19Ia ntUoMl, congven- of the party at heart. The band and Orchestra Will
Lion as delegates, former Dem- On that bs, the resolution each play four selections and
ocratic National C ha r m a suggested hat "no addition n a I the hIgh school choir will be
lephe A. Mit ul skid today- convention. in the absence of heard in six selections.
Mitchell said the our subject credentials contest or c ha I-. .. ..
to challenge are ex-OW.. James lenge ".. oloB0ts onthe p Tro are
F. Byrnes of Sobi .Carol Ina, The final tWo words "or chal- manr Dick, aritone burn; John
Gov. Robert F. iXih0u of Lou lenge" left the door open to OP- Dougan, snare drum; and Don
slana, ov. Allan hlvers of inglTe Seating of any per- Smith and.John Pabon cornet-
Texas, and forma Nat I on a I son who had -bona ide' creden- Robert-Mac8parran and
Committeeman Wright Monrow, trials from his itate organization ambs Brooks will accompany
of Tex9 t.e hal ene If someone believed the deI e- at the 'piano. .
it ch aid g eate was disloyal to the nation- There are no reseved seats nd
would come from So u t h e r n al party. admission is free.
Democrats who supported* the
Stevenson-Sparkman ticket in
1952 and "are used to fighting
Dixiecrats."
; He said that if any of the
leaders who bolted in .1952 at- .
tempt to serve as delegates in
the 1956 convention, the chal-
lenge will be made at the first -
opportunity. r m
He said thp challenge might
come first in the National Com-
mittee-or in a report from the
Credentials Committee of the I
convention.
"If a majority should vote to .
seat Byrnes, Kennon, Shive r. ,
or Monrow," Mitchell told the N I
United Press In Chicago as-
suming they would arrive with .
delegate credentials there r -
would be a minority report and
a contest on the. floor."
Mitchell presided at an advis-
ory committee meeting here
last Weekend. The committee
recommended abolishing tthae o a 9
controversiall "loyalty oath" a- A B -\
adopted in 1952 but carefully w
left the door open to challqng- | "w
ing anyone considered disloyal
to the national party and its'
nominees. '
SThe former chairman saidI l ACT CT dEI Id. C
there was no intention, in drop- F A T.Sim-I TS i a
pg the loyalty oath to desert T
the original lsue of require '
S to aithL from these who ... .
tend the party's national- con-
ventlon. ,
Recommendations of the ad-
visory group are subject to ap-
proval by the full national corn-
mittee and the 1956 convention.
In recommending abolltj o n


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. lmmer, filling in for the l- In the circuit except the pe 020 0 '
Ing Peewee Reese, blasted a two- nnt- n .inded Milwauk.e e v ts, H iohmo fd 100 000 0 50-
run homer which produced the who squeezed out a 3-2 win oEver i Lehman and Bucha; Haben-
Sinn margin l ast lh. whil the Chicago Cubs yesterday The lcht, Voisele 8) and St. Claire.
: Roebuck, a 24-year-old right- Braves, combining sound itch- L -Habenicht.
bander, came through with a in with a dangerous attack, I
ine relief perforrtance for the have won five of their seven Buffalo 001 100 000--2 6 1
S nd traoght game in the .sames to stay within 2.,2 games Havana 000 000 Slr,-4 2
S Dodgers' 7-6 win over the Phila- of the Dodgers. No other teama id
dehia phillies. The victory ran in the circuit is morethanonner Marlowe (0-1) and McWhor-
Brooklyn's winning streak togame over .500 and the world ter Marrero, Moreno 7)and
eight games-one short the champion Giants trail the Dodg- Noble. HR. King., Baro. WP Mo-
record for a season's opening ers by 5, games. reno (1-0). I
shared by the 1918 New York 01- Right wander Gene Conley
'ants, 1940 Dodgers and 1 744 St. struck out seven batters to gain P
- s Brownshis first win of the year for Ml -
Sr taht L'tO K h in ning':Ef n t Begins .Uc STRIKE RECEIVES 1 ACI TWILIGAGUE TROPHY -- I llEht bu
r I t 3he Billy Loesn a 13- in the eighth Inningand d TcerdnL IIUX bc t erd o oweltag 1 50 1.00-
pill wn In1t-95,illy toes. opru-nwithf,,,,our,-"...s svs LeagueVicePresidentLeon deauxhands Lucky Strike manager Don Bowen.the 19M sham-
ame winner in 1954, to op- in the winning ru.n with four h as Geo M bbin, assistant ma of Ta alerastmes_ ra of m
se the Phillies at Ebbet, walks. Hank Asronr who has hit l cktrike te msUq k on. It w as the se on e utive Pacaic t
Flsld tonight. The Phillies will safely in all the Braves' games hp for Lucky Strike wi th Don Bowen at the helm. Presentation wfic lIde at e au
nter with Steve Ri who tripled home a run and scored first a of the Bor Lucky State rike with Dones at Balboen at the helm. Presentati
'Thomns on'sth sin eCved ctlon. w Ut firs' Cii en"t Ft N
has- a 1-3 lifetime record an on Bobby Thomson 's sinle to ef ,, of the B State series at Balboa Stadium S turday night.
gR'nst Brooklyn. rive Conley a 2-0 first-inninr.
Zimmer, who played in only 23 lead. The Cubs battled back.
es for Brooklyn last Beason, with single runs in the fifth a sond on It B wi be acpe bJnPrdl In 7 d30 In ab K]
is first major leaue .homer eighth innings oy to suf ferga cV uI a l ,,, t .
ur- hurt- Simm ns theneg nhtheir third straight l o. nTheyl l ll ,Sta te S eries C onuaes
S ning to give the Dodgers a 7-4 had opened the season with four ogn Todayo n t
ad. Willie Jones' two-run hom- wins i n five games. a O
SIn to 6 in the bottom o the the Cincinnati Red. 6-5 YORK niht At Balbo Stadf.um
-.nin but then Roebuck hutled on Bill Sarni's bases-filled min- NEW YORK, April 20 ( T. llg
SAou$ of the bullpen to preserve gle in the r11th inning in the The Toronto Maple Leafs begin
4 >-th-'lead, and e ..n Don New- on ,y other National i league defense of their InternationaRl ,-i
Scombe his second win, game. In the Amerl-"n League, League title today when they SERIES STANDINGS F
i poebuck. a 17-game winner the Kansas City Athletics ral- send Eddie Blake to the mound S t I!
ontreal last season, li.d lied for five run In the ninth against the Syracuse Cnl efsye e lo
tIchbd 32-I3n g ho sNs a- By Teams Woel Lost Pat.
-3 hitless innings a- inning to eat the Cleveland Kent Petersonwhilethe of Armed Forces Stars i 0
the Phillies on .onday Indlans, 8-7. lumbus Jets make their leaIgueee Twilight Btars .... 6 1
ight. Lest night. he yielded on- arni's snnle came after stwo d ebute aln 1it the Roch ster Rmn odede of Tw O Sr G1 Re-
one hit in-an inning and a errors and Bobby Stephenson's Winus in other opening games a J 1harrison Jr. RAmeUd ofFr int Gasp ,
si :hm aleArmed Forces l trs 6. P-
ving him a season's re- bunt-sinle enabled the Cardi- a action. T F w"s TwAll ta ,. ,
in 4 1-3 inningshitting a ball out of the Itnfield. The Montreal Roal.edgdI T Alltare4.
rord of one hit and nopnals to fnll the bases without e tT eal'ongts .Game
rl Furillo hitih fifth r aThe Cardinals seized an earhd: the R etmond Virglnans,2-. THE "PRESIDENT REMON" Huntsville, Tex., for reassigA- ArmedFBalbor Std :
r r pow Furnder hitconfifthu"-r in s. League, Biaboi Btadlum, 7.30,
f the season and increased 5-0 lead but the Redlegs battled and the Havans Sugar Kings racetrack e .ow under construc- he best from. the Pana
ur batted in total to 12 to back to tie -the score with the downed the Buffalo Bisons, 4- tion in the un Dm area, ll
"l"hgsth7sndArmed PcreeeLee a and"u
the ieaoue in both dee ar- aid of homers by Ted Kluszewski 2, Tuesday night to get the have n p-tdate rhoto-finlsh CLYDE PARRIS expects At Fo 'the a n tw i lh
while Roy CPmnanela l- and Gus Bell. leave' 72nd consecutive sea- et-up. be a fixture at third base for Ise fro at ItC again tonwight. t
Mmered for roonklyn. The Bill Wilson's single with the son on its way. Bids will be accepted bY Juan Montreal, Class AAA Interns- ,4age o a t It again tonight.
ris hve bl- ted 15 homelis hses filled a nd two out. Franco's management up to May tonal League. Paris was bat- 7:30 in Balbo a Stadium .n
which'ed alake. whoa con1or the furnishing and ffnstall t tintg chyemp and MVP at lm s n Noof their three-am
tir eluht games and show ed the Athletics rally which Blake, who eomnlled a 15-9 10 or the furnishing and install- tne oen n gap nd MVP t e- Aeicn t on
j qm batting average of .288. snapped a five-game losing won-lost record last year. de- f of a mirror-type photo-fin- ra, Class A Eastern League last m eri can Le.onD, Bos State
opened the seago 'ith a streak. Two homers by Al Rose feted the Red Wi ngs four times, .camera with co leto Fto- sen. b- fit heb si s
,B home and tein Teeiednd o by Ralph Kiner helped but hurled oil One. complete .pet timing tqhue a f s -is 6-4. be
e on the road. .. irve rookie Herb Score a 7-3 tea game against mthe. He .e, also f- t oe fat.is -.
rooklyn's sizzling opening in the ninth but he faltered and pitched last year's opener. Pet- uE HANDi.ER of President's 'e pi h a i th ster o. *-
pres has shaken Alston's slug- tl Aithletics went on to win a- person had a 13-8 record in 1954 Classic favorites King's Pizse A QPOTE on Hector Lopes, Ixng pitch ndi trf irf n. l for a
g ers loose from every other team sainst Mil e Garcia. /and hashurled forthe Cinein- and Atys nave already obtained Columbus. Class AAA ntoerna- six runs in the fir inning.Lham-
--------...... ati Redl ers and te Pmhl'adel- the services of jockeys Luis 01- tional ,Leae, says: "Hector Lo. bert MIantova ni T leved Klrch-a
phia Phillies in previous years. raldo and Pancho Rodriguez to pe, young Panamanian who mier in tphe fist and limited the
S^ handle their charges in the $o15- play ed t d ba as a rookie winner s tO three hits the rst of K
Th Be et who took over the 000 blue ribbon event to be run ith Ottawa last season, has the game.
tall Le uOttawa franchise during the off on May 1. been converted to a second base- Web Heare is the starter for fr
season, have named Johnny Glrafdo will ride ing'.s Prime man at Columbus, on orders of the Twilighters tonight. Armed w
M-,ckirson (0-11) to itch .a- and Pancho will be up on Atys. the Kansas City Athletics. Forces Manager Howard Schade
rainst Ralph Beard ( -6) for the The Anguisola Stable has of- said yesterday he will use twoju
CRene0: Ani Ul Iuu u MV1ay A we Pirds. Beard bad an 0-4 record fered Blas Aguirre the mount /s-bing for a e .torih o
s A with the n rent St. LOUiS Cardi- on another clasic favoriteI ng for a repeat hi ctory.un t
Sn -nals in 1954. Man Road, but Auirre V W II t Starting will be rghhander
ByTrevrSimplications for.entrvnam'um. At hwnth wmneareafternononm- commitments to g ulde the Boetto behind the plat.m .w
t nlicatoor l ens r e n tests H I InEnht Rico Petiono ERm the Cu dra Mexico's Re hymes Kio and B oetto both hail from
S the eighth consecutive ar 'age have en reved and Rol eet nd e te if that mal allies for Followin this par
Atlantl E basketball Leaue the last meeting held voted on ugar Kings play Buffalo again- e rthe bi race in this anday's Schade will use another right- t
S into. action. The 1955 the acceptance of a 5-team loop.Sugar Kingelieminaten froa My eener of iftnder, Dave King and receiver b
open two weeks er-i Mot prominent name among e.pnadian Ambassador Henrt If Red Rhymester falls to John Burnett, both of Fort
'r h any other previous he five contesting quintets in Scott Cuha's snorts director qualify. A uirre is sure to ride Friday ln
Opening date has this ear's care loon will be,'rolonel Ioherto Fernandes Mi- Main Ro O pens F day B ,tto was the hitting star of
o.nir May 23 Pnd gatnes Powells, a team that has flown r"nd -and =U.S. Amasaador Ar- Iturday's opener with a three- in
*,w ',6heduled for hMonday. the banner of the same sponsor r G ardr t articipated n THIS WEEK'S The Sporting dOuble and single n three h
h w |,r"lanusl uls.! ma.lan" FraI nA r'drouleapand sine. -' JoPr flsour R
ed nd Fridy nights at for ach o the ein t years of,re- rm ceremonite and than News brought a lot of informa- to the plate. Jose Rosario
the league's existence.the p mer Inswent out and tion on local baseball players in The opening game of the Vet- d the mound decion*, b
bThis year's Powells five will defeated the Pionsi with Connie U.S. leagues. erans of Foreign Wars all-stara working the first five innings
bouthfule agr a of HSprr'ero Pari!.l7i s'Moreno shar- Frank Austin, regular short- "Teener" series will take place four frameScand held the Tual t
S othful aggre"on of C.H.S.Ing the pitching. ttes. stop of Portland of -'te Open Friday under the lights at Mt. l .p0s and held the TIs-e
Btars. Prominentamaht. ingthe ^i d tene
High School lads are the ithreMe n aon th Classification P a cific Coast Hope Stadium. The series is to down- tn on strikes.
High coo ld Ureth thM tok League, has played every gaule select an all star aggregation to
Sand the rany Don Smith. The tr wid e Dik Mtr- began and has had an apprecia- National V.F.W. Teener Baseball ares of
tDAY!--i0 & .3 sitastweri mp orkayt aoes of Fn nd Port Kobbe open-
-!* DAY! .60 & .30 mith were important cows In lowe. who went S, the way for ble amount of base hits. Port- Tournament in Hershey, Pa., be- ope n-
i f :45. 4 M5, :50, 9:00 p.m.the 1954 Tiger nintet and fub- a.ei. wa e Ieer. Mar- Iand third baseman Don Lggert ginning August 20. a
S FORYOU!"ire bein" the mainstay of th we a we ne hit t r.nd Austin hit sucCeOsld ninth-oAI s,
FOR YOU Powells team. the x.v-Ph wb-n Havana inning homers against Los An- Players selected from the five All d t
L AUGHS FOR YOU!Alleteam.tcfrnteftheesetimes
AUH FOR YOU Mnuel Prez, dMiminive unterd t ele April, for the decisive teams of the Fastlich Leau rre nto the Bo
S.adva Iain a3 to 2 decision. *will play as the Pacific All Stars 2f I
hr s a eand will tee off at 7 o'clock a- red by the Ameriea-
Devoted all of their efforts to Ii five attredits BOBBY PRESCOT Holly- against the Atlantic All tarsBalbna turday me ght
better basketball and with .uch II"n the witt fov the RoY" wood. Pacific Coast League, is composed of the finest players Proba cIf l h c
u,'tup-and enn'e_ rs.,ffort htto.'1,, t4nialni five stt red hits BOBBY PRPSCOTT, Hollr- ganlt the Atlantic Sfles.
unand.-c -:ne -' Havid wa w t oh Jobbe~b ht. the start.n.. :playing regularly as left fielder of the Ponyv League. With their Sta starting line p:-
therime, Aen Robinettphh e l i r'e' i f d wil h the nos. nillfor the Stars HO d's roster seasons just completed, the boys gr-'y Hal.Tan -
Raz'n and John roffev. the voele n over for Rihmond has a real int ual tinge are sharp and will show a brand Botb Itowley rf
m, Powells. entry cannot be consid- in the eighth. this year. Carlos lNer is from of ball never seen before on the jd Napoleon I
LiI Bend too lightly whenophe starts Puerto Rico, LinO DOnoso and Isthmuq by fans of Teen Age d3
i i "" 5tnredicttinns on the outcome of Gonshlo Naranjo from Cuba, baseball.. o t
s the '55 Atlantic -Basketball enmine! in and w11 ona. more Prescott from Pan amaand Leo Refes b
League. 'act as muna.r. Mnuch familiar Rodriguez from MOeico. The team of fifteen players, B McKeown 2b
AasetYm Pvavl tatinn ,returp1ing to names ,a Wp~l Troat. Rayv al- After losing ferw-n straight at which will represent the Pana- MTieghert e
tabre'-'action after tr np- mun'shf ta8 wil ot the Sa6ramento to op the sea- mae Area, will be selected by two DutcHearne p a
AE eampoap will rely heavily Oi rooter of. the pnant hungry son, the ars aWi In heto the m pnies. Pfrom each league and __
.Terry Hall. their 6-0 hold-over Oibraltar five, u win column, t 9, when the umpirees. Personal traits of
rom the season whoe 9 Bobby hom r p'leventh sortsmans~hp and teamwork
Opints in 12 ames pi*ved an ir- flbbon feel that his team bas hniang for g to 1 ktiumph. will be f considered along
no rtant role in the Navy's third rornq elose Afte-t and is 6till Up to April 14, R Ilywood and With the displayed. OneV
chumnionshin win. ut .Wall will eek."..G e bdg l taldht to add Portland had-not pt in seasonrmaanaer from each lea te and
.61"e the only Naval Etatlon cager iruett 4 6. b4 a M rive fr'r a 156 play so Austin ad Prescott whoia representative of the Veterans
who nlayed last year and reutrlhs Ibmnelmtin..: As will all ihe are team mates on the Smoker; of For.i.n Wars wil accompany ,
to defend the ehamptenshln. .otbema-stars. Gibson will be of the Panama. Professonal the team to Hershey.
Today .. 2 'leach Bill Msea 'ma a @-4 t tlnr the e-tlnit (olloe League were not able to x-i
cente .r to replace Ptelzer. His saue t,,4ht flid there the echane greetings 84 then ap- T w be the first team
Tatlali s aI Waters and be comes ,-man o Use tlrsa that could peer againa4 each .otir. from outside of the continental
awit the reputation of a hlh hin" !nt a pInUDt. :, *I _--T __ _. _nea united statess to compete in the

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:oberts Making Minsions'

ans Forget Frank Kellert


Reprinted from The
(^ortfb News

SAN ANTONIO, Tex.


Fpns of this Texas Leag ue
rt are doing something they
't think th ever do, at
1Z no$ for a years, Al-
dy they're forgtting about
TrW Keilert the b first
is.nan now with the Dodgers,
ho slammed 41 home r tns
ad drove In 1 runsfor the

T ason e are.or-
stt.1 g Kelet t i the par-
at Balimore Orioe, ent to
r0ok in the rTPal ca
W44. .Dave oberts, heir tb
IOeuArt's Tt bhe job.
This 21-year-old youn'gater
'om Panama City, Pan Am a,
rh la always running out from
under his baseball cap, Is not
ist. filling Kellert's shoes. He's
verflowing them.
In his first 21 times at b at,
oberts, a lefty batter In a
ark that because of prevailing
'nds is made to order for
ghthanded sluggers like K eI-
art, collected 13 hits, including
three home runs and four dou-
lea. His average after the first
x games of the season was a
efty .619.
Asked if there was anything
'ptah r he could lay this
eav hitting to Dave, a quiet
modest fellow, thought a second
before answering, "I'm Just
ore confident When I step to
Wfe plate. This spring Frank
OaGowan, Fred Hofmann and
ion Heffner kept telling me I
S a good swing and could hiL
id I've been hittin." ,
Heffner is the manager of the
[Isison and McGowan and
Rofwann are Baltimore scouts
rho helped out in the Sa, An-
oile club's spring training
mR. at Dunedin, Fla.
"I would ay Dave has a goo4
bance to o all the way," rs
"lefter. "He can run and he
an field. He'd better In those
wo departments than Kele r t.
f course, we don't expect him
o keep up hitting like he has.
But he can swing the bat."
, Fourth Seaien la 0. B.


batted .69, hit 15 homers and
drove in 88 nus.


Barney Lutz, manager of the
Baltimore farm-at Aberdtee n
(Norlerm), liked Roberts' looks
-and -reomm e that the 0-
riells ito lMhi fA% the Grand
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cubs loab ItF U& and when
Kellert was traded, the first
Job sa i hit "hold.
t0t to a good start is
ot e n to Roberts. In
1952, when he broke in with
Porterville, he got six hits nla
his first settes."
He got his frst hit nl Orga-
Riaed ball off Pete Catro a
pitcher for 1 Centrb. NIne
days later he belted two homi-
ers off the same pitcher. That
first hit though, has prold ed
Roberts with biggest base.-
ball thrill to date.
Roberts says he has be n
playing baseball ever slbce
can remember Hls hero was
AlomO Brathwilte of PAnma
City, who played pro all n
the States and during the win-
ter taught Dave how to play
the game. Robertas lhe -
ways be indebted to raitwUe.
Ted William to another hero
af- Roberta "Nobody =a h I I
like him," says Dave.
However, thee days, SaG An-
tea, ftans take, look at Rob-
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This is Roberts' fourth season Three Rambaw City ubftiall
n Organized Ball. He broke in teams will rt tn the
with Portete Calif., in the Paralso C ou us aosft-
Douthw st Internaton L e a g ue ba tournament April 0 at the
n 1952. Then a lefthanded out- Paralso diamond, it was d I s-
fielder. he batted 315. closed today by Jefferso Jo-
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day here are t un
sWores with t.e t for 5
holes:
Bill Lewis ........... 71-416
Joe Noonan .. ,.,..; TlS18
Uddl Eder ........ 74-8
SGeorge nglke ..... 76-
Jim Hoverson :....
Flank Day ....... 71l-,
Don MathlenU... 73-14
Fred Mlelager ..... 1-2R
Charlie Barrett .... 1-3
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Mer French .... 22.. .. -9 Te el Berra
Bill Staats ......... 8-2_ D._- ..Iic
Paul lichmond ..... 74-- I want to thank Bill Dickey
Al ordstrom ...... 8-232 for making this catcher aneces-
B eThk andr ......: S1 O OUT OF OORS with I
Dr. uan Nuy ....... 7- -2- e 's the man, who made me,
A ibal Galndo ... **8 what I nevwas.
Abl Hurdleo.......l -ag
ob HuordFle ga..... 87 |5| In the spring of 1949 nobody
D lacd ngan ... 1- was quite sure what I was.
SDeRap .. ..L. OEWA 4AND PLtUG- -- The season before they had
Bill Schuster ....... 1-45 ATINGS UDA me behin the pl d and th I had
DPhil Whitney ...... 8-247 want exactlysa--you kow that
Dick iroel .......... 8-17 ng damb that dances Pavlowa
oe WrightY....... -4 You don't ask for guides in 1 t a took me over. plae.
.........native Bab n village. You Then Bittook me over.h e
Just wek through settlement. was the best himself, and he
L L and they tag alone. worked on me so much I didn't
L le aTher are sov. hun dried' ,ev hive no time for no comic
Lele in Coopertown, on Abaco
PACIFIC LITT.L LEAGUE dnd and for awhile it looked p think my main trouble
l n bo-..f.,- g witho D o n C rter, was learning how to throw pro-

m adI two a a row over the tak bearers, 1947. My arm always was good..
A I Unln an to a 1seven-year-old who t
19 a5tegaution,_by a score or I t had yaws and s wi-th one get rid of the ,all faster.
mound for the i a on lW Bcrossed behin the other. But the main thing he taught,
or nn started out ahead of me about catching was to come,
Sre- Lar r J akon started and them, gong through the village up to meet the ball. It's like an.
r 0from ethe 6rmourd r i lte hitn a t-co- fielder handling a ground er.'
T ha e e, n-- --.--our twe.y rSal tihat made walking "df- He's not supposed to let the
Sd The winners jum to a mtwo around us grew ,the .ball play him. Behind the plate
5rt m a 'S ta the fr t dense, twisted mangroves flsh, or use cut crabs for bait you got to take charge too.
ice wen wwe Pl 0 he wd g had made tun. still-fls. We still-flsh a It'S,t ma n r ak tere was

t o n eh d t pI tt-e fodqua ws s ls of barracudaV who
ra w came ring~ e came to a samp psed the shallows and when
over thepla helped body had lad a we tire of bones Don
S ues and to be hits, the lads walk co .rocks that led up and s a mon smal surface -.
rom L n Gbratar ad sey- ris os the far side, and at plugs. At t ~ caught four __
mou rey went to. town by the w e could look out over an fva pounders who ra ed
uo scorsn bulgei run, the. great flat where Feliz and and pin-wheeled all over the "Buck" JImenes' Blue Eagles
n Wi the e.mfomtaJ le ad Of Bld Cooper told us the bone- flat. But came sad old barra- cage team now occupies t b e
Sbe "u runs, tt d bad for the flah ae to feed. We all stood cda that I'hesltate to tell you top in the current Summer Rec-
Sfire thepurs and Police. However there for a few minutes and about, creation Basketbal1 League
ho outfit poed their watce the heat shimmering He was big. g lke a toe- which is being sponsored at the
Settle when they ouned back water, 0, 30, maybe 50 squaredo, ce he chgaed Don's .plug Paralso Playground. They
with two runs on three safeties mles o white marl bottom then he caught mine. e chw- chalked up win No.2 at the ex-
the b blo was a homer by Roy putredwith crab holes. led on t, like a dog he ws a pense of the Wild Cats. The
o Wi hi senAd In the series. Now term's hundreds, prob- bone, it it out and chewed it sore was to 60. Theo tlwas
I. xth and final anin ly ds of miles of un- again. pulled hard as I could a hard-fought one with the two
41s tranlin by two runs, the ult- te water In the Bahma to set the hok but they just quintets almost on even terms
slt mate victors ame stormig back but mark this one care- raked through is teeth, all the way.
sh with f Outr rn- on four Iv and tr .. The boneftsh are there On the way' home, Elder Coo-
i that wa it1 and tey are large. per said we must come bak In The main cogs on the In-t
d The pace setter for the win On the right tide when the April when the really big bar- ners' squad was captain JTme-
a ners w their ptcher, Amirat. water is low the will tail and raca are on the la s. We nes, who sank 28 points, and C.
bam He had-a day at the can'be caught on flies. When said we would, but how do yow Presecott, who contribu 21.
h plate wie ro including his the flats are flooded, you- either catch a fish who eats the-lugt Frederick McKenzle, plah a
ue o base blow. Ha scored three cast "blind" without seeIng (Distributed by NEA S e) hustldag game through out the
nL f t hoa 0 v.ito ,r a t rn ide g- encounter, was top man with
1Te Ps etter forth winO rI odwh n I Arioweog. baI 2 points forwa the lose.
gurensW their pitclselybwatrIsm t S ill telndraVPua O in en w Cherokees, who had lost
mrt e at erfSpcawh ecO o Mo l a e v v u thenr initial engaeibt, etered2
mite thwreen hites out of four trhipe to the ft re ,yu..ca i ea.. the wein column in the junior
Ss plate be too scored" three ru A n I ns . I circuit Monday by defeating the
a t h arduc.nrci cotFo A tlanrit e itAnle I Rebels a1 to 27. Several fine
Osthe bktVcoD of oIto FI LIIIIe wa plays on the part of both out
wtheb nl feha two for three. ts featured the tmsle which
wlyth_ The.edd of the game w as anybody's game up to the

te tf @ w Championship In Playoff ua__ L .,
de in t 'evis E tThe localsh ers $ win Samuels and Adoto Reyes
pect. the vicinity kept the fans an proved the margin of the In-
S a whe eas at the bail field The Coco solo Braves are thel Pals bdins Victory, the former boy
7 f ne w of rain did not ew chspons of the Atlantic I sinking 13 points while the lat-
ven a turf. ittae League. The Braves ended.D. ger3 b ........ 3 0 0 teS posted 0.
rethan ru, or that forte ft r oin a tie with theX K -. way as ........ 0o 1
d. It the O e *'rPoi Pals but were eliminated .Welffkins t ...... 1 0 Leading scorers in the senior
point into the blak bat11 a "sudden death" one ga J. Palumbob ....... B 1 1 circuit to late follow:
nd wocWats Snd AiLr1t used lay off. Blalkowski c ... 2 1) 1 Roman Timenes M, 0 11ier
table r th blow A. Goen p ......... 8 0 0 Maynard 35, George Goode s3,
lie. t i..n game. of the _o- lor the Braves the second half R. Carpenter if ....... 0 0 Robert Pate 26, Roland ngs
ln s,themsA. will no fthe a aon was more or less a Orr rf ......... o 0 24.
lg Edoubtbe laer -Gibraltar vs. ot tion of the first half ex-K. Karknski rf..... 0
e ,RoWsM of, Cole._ c.pt _thistim_ e they ended In a J Coffin l ......... 3 0 A 3O I r I,
w- pfgirrs11t 1 ABI t frst place tie with Mutual of Alonq 0 The rOirwOVs
I- WP oe (P0 a.n 4 0f 0 'Omaha. Once again the Braves 24
op" an Wts01M c 4... 3 S were faced with a "sudden rul- Winning pitcher B. Lute.
RN- Sel f",. 3 3 ide lyff This tisen how- Losing-pitcher A. Gogut. PANAMA WOMEN'S GOLF
he eh(r) lb 3 0 ever, th y came out on the long ASSOCIATION
Tht si Pak (k ......4 0 1'end of a 0 to2 coreandbename
k ,he (P0), ...... 01 0 othe s half camps. eeeaG Johnle Stoval, with a 64.-took
kod yS'he R 0 0 s Ab I 3w net honors last Saturday at
o f4. .. 3 1 1 At o ftthreeseriswaI % ger3b.......... 1 0 ItheRodmai Mee.tlg.Johtqand
Tll..... 0 t0 0 ecd sn between the 15wyate .......... a3 0 o Ann i-fo.low. r
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Can't Handle B&

By RAYB T ESSLER
COLUMBUS, 0. (NEA)-Hub
art Bobo, the brilliant sophomore,
fullbackk who cleared me pat.
.or Ohio State's drive tan ui
beaten season and a Rose Bow.
,'ctoiy, may be through as ,
college footDall player.
The handsome bundle of ener-
gy.barreled over 10 straight op-
ponents last season, wile his
little home town of Chance y,
Dover went on a Bobo 'spree.
Bt it now developed that even
Ohio State found young Bobo tod
hard to handle and the big city
spotlight in Columbus appears to
have blinded him.
Today, as Coach Woody Hayes
runs his team through spring
drills for defense of its national
No. 1 ranking- the Big Ten no
repeat clause bare another Rose
Bowl visit-.Bobo isn't even on
the sidelines.
Bobo's point-hour standing Js
make process in a battle of
bOoks which made him ineligl-
ble and a paternity suit im. t no
Bobo's point-hour standing is
1.68. At Ohio State, you need a ran team into the natlo S
1.70 to remain in school. Bobo whr n tio A l-Amteras
petitioned to be reinstated, has mate Howard Casuady
until eptember to improve his ahA oout of b
studies. -- -- 1 -
, i .squared off ag s
Meantime, he fas the buar Iow team.
den of the paternity suit, to t Hubert o
which he pleaded not guilty. ,B ued o"r ',
Bobo, in chactertict on,iuld be iluch toughe,
has decided tq defend Wnaell entire-team.
in the suit unless Buckeye A1u- .nr t.'
thorities deter hin-- and the
matter may be a bit too sticky
for the school to touch.
On the campus, they. compare ili
Bobo to Vie anowicz in tbhe, '^
escapade department altho u g
Bobo makes the one-time All-
America fullback look like Little1
Lord Pauateroy. i BD BAMS RRADDO .
obo sha shapes up as an- Y earsin-N981a08
other ezxi O example of what: Written for NBA I
the big-time football limelight'
can do to a college kid. I QUEBTION: A mnn.
His smahing blocking stirred home is hit by a pited
memories of the Vanzos and Does he scoreIf so,how
Evashevtsl around the BI g. aored--Pauline McXKInll
Ten, tak the enemy complete-.--
ly out of the play, often out of' Answer: The runner Xe r.'0
te game. He ran like a mad and is credited with a ;
bull with eight legs. bs .
Around Chauncey-Dover and
Ii Cla B high school from Q. The Cubs expect j let
which Bobo first stirred state- 8am Jones. Where we. he
wide notice, he was king. Con- season and what did he 'd4
fectioners named concoctions af Steve Griffith. -
ter him. Stores featured cloth
ing named after him. A. Jones won l5, lost wl.
At the start of the season, the 3.76 ERA" for I(dlanipplls.
-, 195-pound lad figured as ly Hert S oore, now with b
Ohio State's second-stlg bhln' hdian,. struck out
Don ViCel. But Bobo ora 4d1at11 h e ye-ld"ed;llB
9"Why ort yeto In 199 iin;nip had
o the ys weo two-bitteltwo t
W pay? T11ese guys aro und and four four-hitter.
here won't be first string for .- 'f
lone." .
He was right. Vicic was In- SLOW STARTERS
jured and Bobo took over. His
knock-'em-flat blocking m a d e Detroit (NEA)
State's wide stuff go. Senators knd 1920 TlgrI es .
Bobo's spirit rubbed off on started their seasons off v'th tr
teammates. He turned an also- straight losses.
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dsTomorrow t hV ...
Sh Apri 20 (wp)-Thet Let the pep le know the truth and thecontry sat o- o" e
newspaper strike in grit-
p r o finallytended afte rlomrs wol e ensg
ody and Fleet Street THIRTRTH TMA PANAMA, r ., nW NSuDATmm1P,, 19550 .0 ,o S -'."-.
Stand the Aaat. I n- I ee Pr .
meeback to 11report fotca
eeditions of the big ng- t t Chof prorem to be et-
ci-rin/ands Lea s nse ire rUTIFSMeSZO, e
heiof Aritrsl? fPrc guarantee Rus-ia of i i00
ed members back to worknchuss asIn
hwith" and the whole b LONDON, April 20 (UP)- In- ed a considerable number of ghal-Halngehow area. poslte Formosa which ;M former President HTy Tru- Germany absorbed A.ri -- .
ein a race to ready the dia was reported today to have Russian-built jet bomber within They sad this buildup w a ably increased the Re, att man testifies There was a note SO
S that print nati a lt pa- counselled Red China to accept striking distance of Formosa what U.% Secretary of State to attack the Nationalist strag- Forein Relations.t- although the Wet waited -
t boast a circulationof a temporary stalemate in the and the .American 7th Fleet. John Foster Dulles referred to old. oHe said it had "gra m- tee that Is st g possible until the t oviet
boast a Formosan dispute in return for Official Nationalist, soitrces after hi conference with Preso* pl iations." changes In the o hrt'f the proposals coud M be tanmld a s
I-e 23,000 clerks, cleaners Nationalist evacuation of the said "quite a few" of the IL-28 dent 2isenhower at August a, Nattionallst sources said the United Nations. called closely. But t was Here Fr Jubilee
hes and printers la offshore isles. light bombers had been shifted Ga., Sunday. etbombr at Shangll and on the U.S. to b 'the cur- itive Kremlin o
Fridayin the marathon A clarification of China's at- from North China and probably Dulles warned of anitesi- howcould be mo ne rent threats to peace problem and ee
by maint e n a n c e tide to the Formosan conflict Manchuria to fields in the Shan-Ied ommunist air buildup oper Formosa when airfelds now before the U.N. Oeral A m. o or the i today
Streamed into Fleet was expected to emerge before beg built are completed. sembly Asi forei
to clear away the dust the end of the Afro-Asian Band- o ei-g built are completed. rroldsbt h
Accumulated in 27ng conference. more airfields in Fukloen.Pow- A a sis t n Russlahad
so far rmier Chou EnSlfl p Ince within 150 miles of Foar- arom
bor dispute, which had has failed to IndicatepubliclyaChou s Ban duns Spech Uowithiin addition to those re t full membership ina the UnitehdWill.
j the mighty presses of his readiness for a negotiated UUftedlearlier at Foochow add richer Nations ~after the state treaty- t
n Fleet street for 27 Formosan settlement. Dotw, Nationalist quarter U N fhrte
netarin daday-long Indian Premier awaharlal U pf dFlg) said _the Soviet om
yesterday. Nehru wasaid to be moving IIeApeItudDo il'mam was made
lement of the dispute with with marked caution on this ex Manwhile, the United sates went to MOsAw:with a
Sw,-r electric ans and plbsive Issue In his exchanges o i, plying the NatlonaJLtts ulus Rarab Oa o Atheri ,
mnce men, ends a news with the Chinese Comm uniat Asttwi abre fighters but officlak diplomats fota t hetrey _ue. (
Sh deniedtoLondon ader. BANDUNG, In donesia rl 20 u for the frt time outside o the
other British newsp s approach was understood (U--mon Chia's r e the Comunit orbit.n bui-dup o fa e Wlowers Ai a Joint eet-l. ae dt h
l Eisn approach was understood m bCuidupfff es t most- Wl Jue
niter Chou En-lva made an un- Amongmthoan who heard Chou'Ingo eAhme asa per a tP emanbu
ders the full reports of to be one of "volunteering ad- eRhor'ly"st msaee power came as an tunsn Aplmaon recs w h eoargd Cedho Dnov`f T otra dn ec
ea0M3dster-Winston Church- vice rather than attem pting expect dly "soft" speech before sees ch was American Ambassa pme c r a sng antr u ne aetre an rec d

ne ime str aseotedhee tohe 28-na.on coherence otered Obo said the Chinaese had na World WarI commander e he said, e U.N. is not Admis n ee.
Wretgnation, the elect ion outright mediation. n et Re C aso -Asl ndshpftoeer y crme to nkin "o e s eek ung- I. utar an ietttve eoprum.t for col- FF7riSc o 3p A i l --u-
den and many suggestedeven neutral and o- and refused comment do not think the danger of war WASHINGTON, April 20 (UP) be held dafi l om now on," Ab eI wO b e
S as a NPa. hin sou do thefa or u in Western nationsto discuss For- on ou's remarks. Is eminent although they admit -Se. John W. Bck (R-.) tweessadr







e at DImat i souldnretur refrain from at- held Formosa. And evug hi at- nation Chouoaereheto settle p y LIo a Sena foreign relations sub- mbs b in W9 cras
ai was called to n- force In the Interest. ofpeace on Unted mte wa anyulo described the speech the situation around Fores heed" of C recommended today that the eE. UThom n, B th i








Bltfie' h e l rt"av etproT **easno atdth baground the oo tre d toS : nr8dd runsnieth.gl e -o ,,"I bilev that the U.N. Char- e thr a@4 1 w r
Sdemand of the elect anor E lt and should agree The Formosa meetIng was set ;. Normallatory" and "hopa fraught with danger. United Nations scrap Its peace Geoffrey W= and end vtW ad b 'l
maintenance men for to a stalemate f she gets Matenow after Cho Indon s first s an peech to ful." Maj. Gen. Claire L. C h e n- "enforcement" provisions b -.
So 8.10l week. Mn-(UP) an. tQue o eep the 28-naton crm ference offered two 2 said the Chinese had nault, World War AiTcommander cause, he sa id, the U.N. Is not A Cis s








dsoffred th city to- States out of anyo ighn over ntiunch exriendg of the United itlyenan p of 1t quarr n oed- opera tag tit "wth ofHe 0j le Uct ive an ef-
had offered $1.68 week- This would amount in affect Red China's fribndshlp to every come t* Banking "to seek uni- of the famed Flying Tiger&, wa an effective instrument for col- ancis S
-an uaaemploed Puerto Qu y end the Matsu Isnedtr o tShtatres, to meet and discuss the sas nese an t hou t A i d t cledt," he aid. receive security. o active




lilet. ,a ptme aus ,T ei tele r thrm, made pubt nlc excpt te Un-e abis only quarrel, he Taid, Is international volunteer air group
S ttlemler of the bled Formosan strait, pending atheUnited Siate to o United Stater e, nthathe advanctd-o oea u ns He proposed instead that e ETROITApri 20 qp) -
gelectrici aan eventual ettement Acton wholeheartedly en- ampor ting wll be en. land the nesa aviation theworldorganization be viewed
men accept d orse d the Presidentmoss's u "deter arlos Romuloti to "subvert" Red tonal roest China. th e Far East.or CHICAO, Al (--
of the MGra n geme n There was no official C hand PrC ha h ingcoaeso n sto whn h can nprotfkt ree C e Inothwnr.Walter P









aln sf wife, Rosro poft Cemmsta gr eplon rt. of Thaland. s ga bas "the five principle As aidthout tavolving us diplo- e mssbes asutc ps wereL
But t said e ohore lands Reprentso-ever to subvert theovern- the MAy issue of "Flying" anpoe settlement of dis-aor war.




S as th of N. ra.A tano now uelrbo the Chinese Na b ins powers are n r egard- Chou declined to answer the have -- n obly unsucc es.sul ,
S wife, 40, erhangs on a major concession by the Com ed a s lneutral de did not United harpattack iains thcom u n'thed by theUniteda s. e should hase l re f trom n public4M n










B day by a neigh- the mainland by reason of their They are PIie LJa- lammade in ondaysopn Hesal he dnothink the the tragrle experience in Korell
ecame worried at situation and ... not esen w harlal Nehru of India, Prime vow sessions or A t hat could keep co edd use attacChina off al- Bricker submitted seriesof th angs




the family. ranh for the defense of Formosa and Minister Sir John Bbteap leIowals made by yesterday's uheakern volunteer up as re m ed amendments to the Tet N o
offs-x hoe irs ales. Red CIn-a attack' and liberate *tlonalat- To-othen Asian and African llNe fro Rua .. b nCharn ter stimeony before toermsI ir
u t ch wouldl an d ire turn remain from at- held Formosa. even his at-naons, Chou offered to settle p f a enate fore relation ub- romt
and three more tacking Form pon tac on the United Sttes wa any outstanding issues between The "Achilles' heed" of Chi-committeee. wsb I. thr enlr
tanos botdy was merkin a so including Mrs. Against this backgrou And No- The He also offered t heo: road runnault alongsad the could hbelievethat the U.N. Char-






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two knife wounds ori osevl f tenfed Co p o wersena reto rmaiDM relais 47s volunteeys* T h de reise to bock-elr -haL.
i 10 UP) -jkg him to keep.thented hrurma.-Invited Eib ande two. 2Discuss the problem ofBthea TIDES Arhevolntrstate" h e sid.
'sco oured m c ty to Diemoc, o andmte M e. otn. nceld ofbte, Unitede itizenhp of 10 flelolon over- operate against it "with e u H ,a4.1,2..s ano-














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O/ tlan ueaa bploFedoPuertolum. Sat t e the s eas Qies in- Southeast Ads deterrent effect" he said.'et I ve tMortolleot. ve
Asa Prime #us- .Th-~e telegram, made publicFormosaln ue .... 8-- problem of get r Tians raflinealone carrIes security And gate aneative'an
mu.r., Pr of by the Americans for 'Democra- America'. A rl. d ds .' tIn'ttocount r3ies ikeai- the a dv -typ, repr pas, wer to his own queiion.
ple any d Saturwo tc A C ommunist China has mov willing t moe Gmosen. land ain the Ph i. aviation fuel and munions to he
dorsed the President's "deter- Caros Romul.o, lippInesa 3; To Imrove ftons with Red Chinese fortes, he a. gen e recommend m* -
Oustavo D aI a nmnatlon to defend Forrmosa chief delegate to theconfreneqr the Philippines, Thailand and "I can see no other effeetive Ig those sections of the
Peter Gran- and the Pescadores against and Prince Wan Waetheyakon otlher nus boring jountrles on sto which can protect free Charter a.n With "enrce.
i. of Gmweltanonow held by the Chinese Na o powers waegenerally re ard- Chou declined to Answer the have been notably unsuccessful ".ae should have learned from
wife, 40, w e ..r.tional.sts "are inseparable from ad as neutral ir the dispute, sharp attacks against Com m u- in' the OWent," Chennault said. the tragic experience In Korea
Snawrday by a neigsh- the mainland by reason of their They a"taPrine Minir Ia- nism made in Monday's open- He said he did noa think the that collective security throuijg
Who became worried at situation And ... not ausnt I a wharlal Nehru ofIlaft, Prime 11g sessions or the later attacks Reds could use attacks by the the United Nations rovile
doin the family.. Gran- for the defense of Formosa and Minister Sir John .otelawals made by yesterday's speakers. volunteer u as a pret e x t ether safety not a falr'shar-
boY was Wn on t hle the_ Pesadores." of Ceylon. Prime Minister AL Ifor laun n another war be- I, nof the burden," Bricker tea-
room floora wit#I six The signers also asked 'the SastrojidjojoofIdonesia,Prime t f Guild's cause no sinale country could be tt .
Wounds In the cheat and President to "Invoke the cooper- Minister Mohammed All of Pa- CostOf Guld's held responsible for the acts of
nd three more in action of other free nations" to kistan and Premier u Hu of Ploy J L' a truly genuine International ,r "It Is the height of folly to
SI join with the United States inlBurma. Next rlay .n.osen force. rely on the divided counsels of
O.bl.l6ktano's body was seeking a solution to the For- Both Mohammed Aft And No- The 'cast for the Theatre Chennault said he Could hve the U.N. either to punish the
settee with two moass problem. telawala said they. believe the G .ild's next production, F.Bugh a crackalite squadron in action Communist aggressors which it
In the heart.xIn Signers included commentator meeting maw)y, provide a clear Herbert's "The Momn I" Blue" in three months. He said, Ike seeks to admit to the family cir-
__of twoyearold Fe- Elmer Davis, Dean Francis Say- answer as to Whether C.nt Is has Just been announced, atty could have a self-support i n gcle.
tro, police fo0uan d re of the Washington Catheral; willing now to iuto n !wn reason O'Neill will. be playPed k Penny wing of '5 planes manned by
fRed ChinanProemirpreviously Maduro; Mr. ONel o an Important role to play. It
Dias believed j6the Brotherhood of Railroad had turned a d~e car,.to every fiths, and David La n BALBOA TIDES serves as a world forum for the
ft u rday night Trainmen and Mrs. India Ed- ff er of peacefulsettlement Worcester. whonwilla.sIdrec.Airing and possible settlement of
oo grocery *t wards, vice chairman of theo. The tenor o4 Cla='s SPeeh "The Moon I Blue" I sched- .HURIbAY, APRIL 21... 1955 international .disputes. However,
check made o Democratic National Committee. convinced observers that ruled for rotunda Nih


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NEW YORK, APril 20 -(UP) growing Coopwitlen and under- Zhukov said the common peo- Idea that war Is inevitable and He stid the Western Allies' W
I -Marshal Georg hukov, Ru- standing a our three ple of the world do aot want are advocating preventive war. plan to ruSa Western Geras-
Sas minister of defense, yes- countries am among all the war. "We consider that the inter- ny has. "further aggravated 4"
I CITY. April 0 terday sent his ood w M es" peace -l can the -"They don't want the atopic national tenadon cannot be re- the col wat and called for
SPis, in a warn to President Else nhower ad highest adirauo of humanity hydrogen and bacterlolog cal duced, the 'suspleiousness can- the withdrawal of occup y I
Artists, condemned said he was certain his wartime be r.dcore and lasting weapons to be a .their not be liquidated and the arma- forces abroad.
F dichdstortr God's colleague"wouldw promote the peae,' "said: homes, on either m York or ment race cannot be stopped "Bow Is it possible to star o
otherwi eates e x u se of world pea. | "Celeapt Words: Moscow, London or Wris, they without having ceased thepol- the armainent raceand to U.*
%,Una me a atthe'Overseas Sod Usdoesn't don't want their oa tmoth-cy reckoned" n the unleasig Id mpgllousnes wh |
d Pontiff. inau- ,ress Cu, A v add: like thaw nDow? We like ers wives to perish." the a new war and without having b the atom bomb I
thblton of paint- I take the opportunity to theo m o ymao undoubted- Bovet leader said. ceased the economic and politi- buldlag mitary bases around
tWenirr master ra convey my good-.wliahes to ly do r peoples struggling But he said, aerftal "politi- cal discrimination of the peo- an ts agIaary enemy and
..poke before the President Eisenhower, my col- for p"a!. ciansd are trying to prompt the ples," Zhukpv said. vn him with the possI-
tic cop to the l *eague" n the defeat of the FaPsm- bll of him to tha e
Se Sacred C Germany ad In the Con- asked. 0e
and art fiues. '" am sure that he will re-aut --e-i
bis address while member our common assurano- without llquidatln- the
golden throne in as concerning the peaceful In- f a nd wlt ou
thie in the see- tentions of our countries adntd
the Apostolic Pal- will do his best to promote tr0o l a
carried by practically the cause of peace." P"'r t
ead r e ,layed I a message ,usually conc.Wth-their
Slated 20 latery Zuhkov sad bi eCon-.
try believes that world peaceare*red
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