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A huge crowd jammed the
square and the adjoining streets
opposite the church on the ter-
race of which the nmB was said.
and w hT1a of fhar
mers a u ne ortance of
agricutlre to human progress.
Fath4 ofacs also called up-
on farer to reaffrm their t) cal U.
religious convictions as the UPPOBTS TO O M Gen. Lawton CollinsM pecal S
spiritual basis of their work. Representative to Vbt Man, meets with President f aenhowci
at the White House to report on the there full-scale cvi
Closing remarks were made war in the Indo-Chinese nation. Colinssad at the U.S. I
by Minister of Agriculture and behind the legal government of Vet Nam.
Commerce Temistocles Diaz, who
pointed to the'necessity for har- w *
monlous action, by the church Em p
and the state toward Jhe solu- e UTaIn
lon of rural problems.Rebel Sect Tells Indocina, Emperor
Flying Saucer To Oust US-Backed Premier, Or Ese..
Tfl L-pg Look -
Paet*ime Use |
NEW YORK, April 25 (UP) President
today announced plans for United States conruc
an atomic powferd merchant ship which wIlN ctM
world to .tW ttrte peacetime use of atomic
ThtWl ?pA which will not require
omr,'of of miles," wi carry to c o
eign pori' tit dthibits of practical a licatio.
atomic science and medicine, agriculture and power
. The President made his dis- the Atomic Energy Co
closure In a peech before the and the maritime
a Associated Prus lunch held a tion. The CWf S
A day befMre the opening of the ask Congrss or
annual eonenlon of the Amer- struction funds in e
ican New*aper Publishers As- ture. accom nying hla
sociation at the Waldorf-Astoria with a descrip of the
Hotel. 'The new sh poere
Mr. Eisenhower's accent was an atomic reacr will &ik
on the need for free itwo-way quired refuelin fr
trade among nations and parti- thouahd of as of
cularly Congressional passage of the Preasident told
his reciprocal trade program. He ad lh at tJNd
called reciprocal trade "a .broad r. ..Ii a.. r .
avenue by which all men and world, It
nations of goodwill can travel Ple e
toward a golden era of peace and ue,
NO&& t I i L ~- .1 1 Im nfh- `*i'- BtH lHtSl
h f grt aqnuSr't a left) for dq
of.. teaMPo pet er1 ( 11).- and Us
AFL Representative Jailed
On Trip To Puerto Armuelles
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An American labor represent-
ative of the AL who went to
David over the oeeoend to look
over the labor sitUatlon t"r. the
United Frit Company was de-
tated in-j Seerl _t wu by
reta to Tocumen Airport from
DIOd this afternoon.
aesUMJ. Ambassador In Pana-
aI, Selden Ohapin, conferred
bfSfly with Panama's Foreign
Minister Octavio Fibrega on the
mttr this u ornIng, but no of-
ia protest was flied, it was
leased, and the American labor
etelt is a "free ma."
t nm. eds
1h To AuN
Tra*i To Drln
ril aU ( ) -East
unists have te
ratee with Berlin
hte. H e, Prsident Elien-
IVeloplnR. ollo'vacclne., Two.
PAI, APril UP) -
A Frenc6 .Mrt has ruled that a
husband is legally responsible for
necidect caused by his wife-even
if she Is vopmg with her love
in the beoa ss car.
The ease that has French hus-
bands muttering began April 1,
1953, when Odette Dsehasme deo.
edId she Upr i leave her hus.
She took the family car early
onp moaning, loaded her luggage
on the roof and installed her lot
f r beside her
The pair pulled along romantic.
clly as far as Eperna, east of
Pbris, where the car knocked
down a trombIme player.
Mmie. Larhaume told police she
Wad no -license with her and it
was her husband's car.
Ihe trombone player sued.
Mae. Lachaume was found
ruilty of "iinprudent .driving" and
her husband was ordered to pay
Last week the outraged hbu.
bald appealed. His appeal Wia
over the ne maetrak Seatir-
'd for about fbur houen
i T ftmser, A. D. Huckerby,.
esA be wa ee of IN 1 eye-
Witnesser whta watched with
faseation while a ig round
bail hovered from 2:3 In the
afternoon until about 7. panm.
jahen It suddety took off. No
estimates that it was about
4-4,00 feet up In the air.
: At first, Huckerby claimss, It
bobked a. .me color, a silvery
blue. However, when several
bystanders ruttnsied It
through bloeulars, they would
differenltate the "aucert was
ned n top, an aluminulnm white
ig the center and blue an the
He Sys he bad a camera
with hint, but couldn't get any
film at that hour to photo-
graph the object. Through the
bnaoumlaus, he said, It looked ae
-big as a house."
The farmer added:
"I didnu' believe In these
things before but I do now."
Sections of officers for the
co year fr Local 90 of
e wll be held 8unday,
May 1, It was announced tod4y.
'Voting tables will be set up
for the convenience 6of members
at the Glb Tropical In Colon,
Us wel as at, the main office
i anamats City.
tl ultimatum to the absente
""HIs Majetty must decIde be-
fore the end of April whether to
dismiss Dies. If he does not. it
mesan civil war which it the
eame time wi swoop away the
The warnUS' bum the gang of
ex-river pirates came as m tear-
ri premier sent national army
The. leaftu called on the popu-
lace to answer three queabo
telegram or letter:
1. Do you Ddvor geeral eile
lions for a National Aumbly;
2. Do you favor unifying te ar-
S. Do you fvur total sover!elM
ty and the consolidation. o0 1et-
The opposition front .made up
of the Binmbh Xuyen, the Hao No
Liuddust sect and part of the Cao
LaWt sect rejected ultrig, the
referendum plan eo by
Diem In a radio spee. ay
APRIL 26b, 15S
mRu .. -aVw
he =-iTan pro:
-u tof atomic
laon for the
Ifr eIalnnfd hv
Col~ .Orders GIs To Wear Ties
-So They Paint Town With Them
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FRANKFUtT, Gemanys April
25 (UP). bnerican oldiers in
Frankfurt folowe O0ol. John H.
Dlley's order to Wea nekties
with a veTie laf tht that
Dilley, Frankfurt ariiai sub-
commander who has blossomed
into a fahl t arbiter, told OI's
to shed their sport shirts and
put on ties l ter 6 pjn. when
visiting tw n civilian clothes.
The soldiers obeyed, but they
wore the brightest uad .loudest
ties they could find A Germany.
Some wore luminous knit jobs
that glowed in the dark. Others
nut on bold .eataW with the
figures of nude women painted
'Many of the ensembles were
set off by bright green or ed
Conb ively-dressed Frank-
furter residents gaped in amas
Only a minority group -f ea
wire conservative blickA
Some, sdestq*pla any contrb-
versy. stuck t their uniform,.
Authorities amoun aJ tht
only 19 ors.sho .tle Wha6'
the order leW picl0d t0 by
military pollee in the first 8
hour enorcemeat pslod&
'qey were .ld"lm for "pn-
uehment at toe disereHms of
heir local unit "comzandes."
toei as of others received warn-
Even with the free rein allow-
JMdge n Ich
ed on patterns and colors the pi
wear-a-tie order was unpopular. Ai
"I think the whole thing
silly," said Pvt. Lindsay Hutton
of Covington. Ky. "We are old
enough to dress ourselves." ,
Hutton wore a conservative
gray-and-black striped tie. He tl
said he would have worn a tie .1
anyway because he was going to 1
a party with German friends. l
Cpl. Joe John, Daytona Beach,
Fla., had not yet heard of the l
order when he was Interviewed.
He hurriedly pulled up his tot- V
coat collar to cover his bright 0
red, open-necked sport shirt. .
"It eems awfully messed up ti
to me," John said. "We fellows
come from an outlying area be- ,
cause Frankfurt Is the only towh t
we can hav e some fun In. Then s
we run into a lot of local rules h
we don't know about."
John said he'd have tq kee to
his edar up for the ret of ta
Fraxfuart stay to stay out of f
trouble with the MP s.
I Of 1U1
n, te submarine
WnIg he would nlatow
lrot Vea .-Pro,-=. W
ram he M# ougreda
Eadua reduction of
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SM At LO8-e midwest. The New York f- -9N
onlzation p iythe bor-
a*- eonin AEm ploye tape, but1s1a
The Mell Ins GiL"". forum for readers of The Panama Amoricep. nlinonerded by/Howard ugh- 's sense
am reeolved qe lIlv end ore handled in e wholly seionfldentll Rit now the union is pick- eorm, l aten
It i ef tibise.e letter don't be impellient if it doesn't 6ppeser te e of ups edw n t mYo-bt tbankm- mona
dm y -- ,. a public poInshes forderresolved. mount ain .of
y d In th r vd. ely th newly merged ones.
I dtalm.-if. r writers Is held in strictest confidence. 0 t ones lan sa for mern olare the "1 11 _
Thb P wno s nesno"Iibl)ty for statements -asInlooe asuonl onesgoin f in for mnr-r- dl 1.i"A
Tiros ai es s no porom riilit for astdeemt inle eos. The A and theIO have Th.e are the i ve fles Department had
prouses ia Ieem from reader. JUst about com pleid their Iof the Veteras AA 11t *al o
--o plans, to. Part of thbse plans ddal wi .the m or' a
SANTA MARAisanational drive to sign up ords, everaterXe-e he
ATAmillions of white collar work- who ever serve in thy
Ia n any factory ba, in any city W& have t M Dtis-
3'r this is either good or bad, but thinking makes it so. Where labor is strn Columbus in order to
4J educated to the person who signed the letter in Friday As soon as labor can put u a ne Now another move pve t
twix, "Sorry For You All." 0l ff8ln e "Just Me llged t'I.he ano moe boo -I
u.Lt us begin by quotmK some of your statements. "Whose the $500,000, already pledged by ak -to his toKa nsa i t .l
eps have you chosen to follow, Mickey Jelke's or your fa- ust onerfte o iller unitone Taking this teof old Soener. u
lThen its drive will be Intensified are mllonsof old mn, er,
Sin cities where the Office Em du l ye the deihen the
g, "Now. whether this reformation was Inspired by the loyest Union ls now getting un- feet. o ane i pau ot
or the fact that you were running out of liquor, money, or l p h rays, clinical rep rtd under the rknad
I don't know and I don't care." What kind of a person is it Baltimore, Chicago, l nnepoli, benefit records V e y r htan tmt
ould make such filthy-minded statements? Milwaukee, Kansas City, eSt. records a old mlt Sr r
Lous, Seattle, Portland, Los An- .ven the applksUons of a 1n
ad again: "Then. I hear, you took off for El Valle where eles and te Portanancis are teen World War ppl cs, who arow-wase n
oualost'metthecapitale')A t gelesand San Francisco' are the World War I vets, who d
youalmost met his Maker (notice the capital "M")." Let Immediate target towns ed on their bonuses, are still we
pi~bplain the accident to you so that you may change your Already the whit collar or- kept. the U.8.d
t.the person Involved. I know this boy very well and anizers are appearing daly in At the end of World War and alert Prelations fl-
-w that he was not intoxicated or under any kind of a Manhatan'. flnaclar district. J these conglomerate files. were er of thelo
He merely picked a bad road on which to save gas by This is a quiet, unspectacular la scattered around Washington in topped in and re
iotnK in neutral, and going around a corner he lost control. campaign, for white collarites two garages on It Street; also in cens ip o
A t elK l this could happen to any person: not only to teen- scare easily, the unioninzing the Veterans Hosital at near- e came clean with there f s,
agero. leaflets don't show a working by Perry Point, Md., and n as- nd the facts show an e
Joe in .overals or factory' gates sorted warehouses. record for secretary toh
0e thing I am getting sict and tired of is hearing people emptying a thousand-man shift. Finally In 1947 they were gr- re o
like you say is that BHS students are to blame for everything The newest broohure has a there tether a nd shipped to ion
that goes on. Let me set you straight on this. If I had to I montage of Marilyn Monroe Priladelpha. This first move Out of 27 company b kl
Buuld name all the trouble makers who were in Santa Clara, and and Gregory Peek, members of cost the taxpayers over $2000 ed by the Labor Department it
the result would be something like this: five people from BKS, the AF reen Actors Guild. B s ed them next to nothl-ig. 1954 for violating. t Davis-a-
three from CH8. seven from CZJC. four working boys, and two and the inuatlon Is that f 0 RUARK "y 1 decnld nt eond be con Act, 12 involved c0mplsanti
very young-looking service men. the UnIsI good enw1 for mi ers decid t would received before Elsenhower, and
tkem, it's good -enoug for cheaper to store this past n 16 were new complaints receIved
Let it e known thas dt ot tryig to make believe thtargets havbeen E AM, Holland. The Luftwaffe craters all theway to the angular ga-and- Once aga in they packed th under Esenhower.
ose no. reason wh, becaui' ew sow-minded individual, empoyes of the big banks-- cia over that day in May and in one hour's, stone dwellings. fs in cardboard boxes and Furthermore, during the.
u cordesoin w the entire voufn feratw lon. ChMs. Manhattan an d the Wpohere were about 50,000 people dead, because Their shopping is separated from their sipped them. year that the Davis-acos Act
ou condemn the entire Vounzr erMalon. Chemical Corn Exchange. B a rabid idiot was proving something, anything. residences, and their residences fdr the fac- Cost of buying cardboard boxes had been on the statute book
our formation, our not to hellsooth whi ar union Rotterdam made itself a symbol in an afternoon. tries, and you can drive up a ramp and park the X-rays alone was $5,000. under both Truman and oese-
en I comenu r turntorn and tbsnot o intwe @fi cover all nancial In- The people of Holland had a thin time after a bli truck Inside their factories. 8totalshipping bill rap over vent, e ca
Whn Ito s our turn to run and defend our when eh e
do a far better job of it than you and your generatin. Tte al. eno oney yet 1940 when the madman fiom Berchtesgarten The Rotterdam port bristlMep now with the 00.000. been blacklisted. In other words,
a rl t o o rThte's ia -oeyt n dropped his valentine. A tullo bulb represented stacks of ships the saints port that didn't Next stop for the much-tra- the isenhower admiiltrlon
If you are a amn why don't you go down to the high school t ral aid nto the kitty a full meal. have a functional loading crane left after that velediesa a as had ben faithfuly enforg th
d tell one 61 the boys that you think he Is following I Mickeyhofplte m tr United Financial The Luftwaffe's message had left nearly sad day in May. be crated again, will behKanfls, la
dll te oeOf t he byin thee Btathetws you think beIeoellouw hti tber work for the New York half-a-million homes destroyed or rIevously They did this with our help, and with their After paying the transporta- the record fill a
tl isyou nch in th Stock Exchange. But after the dnamged. In the most densely po uated .n own muscles, and I surely hope that when the tion coots, the Veteans Adinin- variable by Lodge
.wifa labor merger and the deposit of the world, already short of housing, now there Royal Dutch Airlines of KL4 runs .Its. Juenket traton will turn the papera the Truman adfas aaat
the $500,000, the parent Office was no tellizig 1h badly off they were. in May that hey will bring a flock of our people and the headache-over Un- slow in cracking down on vio-
Furthermre try ig our parents that you feel sorry for Employe International Union The Dutch were singled under the German over writing people and ln people cle am's chief record keeper the tors of the -Dal-Ba At
tHem becausAe of 4 Ald then pick up your teeth and go home. will help Its smaller affiliate go hand until 1, whisy weI liberated. Th to sa what a good and Ipr ae nation can General Services Administraion. Lodge states t wa t.
, I am stutally sorry that I have written such a letter as this, after brokerage houses, too. may be the AABu-W 3 the German tourists do with a little help and a lot of guts inside. Maybe the taxp7y6rswill then the fauit of 4 or,
people like 'won't listen to reasonable debate. In closing All of which is ralaing an inter- have been phubiel M not to visit RHoand The ch,,I am told west san some money. ." n
l with this thought. "Don't eating point for the w ite-collar this year, d .ual p festfal. back tven th wyto- 'ave mo- aer .e
F Jch a small minority." oranisers who are a e Dutcl- celebraUi their labet mef. a a ey migh te to get "i'd Of t~h a
Sn nd massive festival he in Rotterdam, toa t w less files, though the Ime wage-hour
IB .^? '^'I -- S I 'S~tflli ^ is. a huge city, was sm ed flat In two S l '] ,? -
S. urt by the hi ds thatheld his ohich communm on to other-
;' "h 'e re., mi ht have beep pd er and there u ded r rd.
'. alDutch dbn't forget so easy, and after I am told -4 only minor l to the left. WjUIG t
Si 'he ha ve reb uilt their little country and .that n in Amtertalnly, ol-. Gn instead ith
It is obv tht You AllA over million men are en- land has pro fertle field for the Reds' Max Rabb, White House as- press ad public were their ene-
If by my sympathle a14 ding trad es &Ibt.o paically, I think the Dutch are dull in thealyni cagso inr .
I'fnh (e YI he gives me pa these *rt o0rpla- 3.12.panne4 a. n "'show" which rts caly, I think the Dutch are dull ntheproblems,- bee very, very S
B^. wan u i y w adfents l Miru .. f ....fK .-. or I^Bb In- May- L 8and y r un u ntln SeP Im alva .ste- very beat sono ofdullnes, In the sense Of them inus latRly Ne. wsme can't :'U
t oneposition thonce-ruined Rotterdam, which thrift, honesty, decency, and resiliency. The reason: Rabb.tecommend- Ha Truman who .as
melie. houAllY youmake it sound as if t u Ta e Is no 0 doubt that the y are leased to cal "5" hr for the the appintmen of Ed orInW
me his Yon kee the h itas no rout ta manifestation of energy in Holland in 10 short They love theirQuee and pay their b il to the tate Department, Is ohE bun dinner fi
the person Inolv"d -, .firmly believe I am right- when I thve bigabrethren to pressure years. and keep a land going with the sea and enemies:viously embarrassed over Dul- ever, could have n kno.
hewrit h t K ln vi fi l y beieve I am g wn the Wall Strest fir intr n always menacing, because, as somebody once l orsi--r d t' ab' o ih eat w n -
that he was niot gdr, g cklsuly. Op. O fe rok This is as big as bigger, than the New York said, "God made the world, but the Dutch made to hl p torltrn lica de r eS
a0.. age ous m -, the rest may World's Fair, with as much or more planning Holland, how is it posslbl?'" vote over to the Republicns, Landon made a nice reference
Swouldnt dare t I e Canasilly aZone because you're i t t to hold off- involved, and it represents the Dutch recovery. But I thinkmuh attention should be paid and he knows about 1400,000 to him.. reference
ith_ ^ C m ,hilld somewhatt on 4 SSpc ii they want labor In some ways I think it is the classic ex- to the Rotterdam E-55 celebration this year, Italo-Americans in New York The ex-governor of Kahsas
too nothing destructive, b which ranks with the ample of the little boy with his finger in the and on wish I could be present which I are now almost certain to vote ho ran against Roosevelt in
I Sur e l=stou others, etc. Is there heaviest vestors these days. dike, because the Dutch have doneit even in can't to see it In ful blast, if only as a Democratic in 1956... 1936 pointed to some of the
t a teen-ager some fun nowadays? Not that he white collar workers are the face of the dastrus flood which took such tremendous blow against all the dreadful non- gains in defeating Communism -
not overlooking the recent pub- recent, terrible toll, sense the Reds peddle. Rudy Halley, who once worked abroad, then added: "These foo-
tart off r city received by automation I cannot find the space to quote all the for the old Truman committee numental achievements a
where id I c ecialy that oM elepbrie brain Amsterdam Itself is a lesson to the world, statistics involved in the Dutch emergence and now practices law in N. York perly be atributed to the
wheree I would be l the sof a rat r "odd ball." caled Univac. which now has a Where the dedicated lads of the Luftwaffe flat- from a state of total wreckage. All I can sJay City has got his law partner firs put forward by former Pre-
with you w uve your and when It turns out younger but bri brother. tened the city now arises, Phoenix-like, the most L that NATO maintains Its global air force atoeurn, into job of counsel ardent Harry Truman h be-
_B e you want to v ne e somebody else. Univac can dim e ftrom 2000 modern city in the world modern from Ite Behiphol, and that nobody yet has found a way for the Senate monopoly Invest- cretary of state James .-Byr
to 3,000 work in lae firms central heating whi originates from the bomb thoroughly to beat the Dut. gatin committee. It won't hurt ne and Britih minister
_ ma not like us, but we will om b ok. And further- which need va clerical h ud law busnes in New York. Winston
hatcarry o n s have ; As what we r, Unlac's yob.inrother, l- Sv o far, the Kilgore monopoly Landm to .aIssue
Wat YoU, for your Dersonal reMaiO, would want us to be. vac nII, is y I Remington committee has been the most with erta w te '
Rand to ha Ioub-ithe older IVI U bo d down in Washington.. houghhe car to
.-- ._-V"hie Truth Hurts brain's speed capacity. It enhower gave Gen. Bobby ta e with the Prer
c ware:t-anehterstCutlet ercan reta l resent when bhee an .. .I r
ten times th, tpa of the II Peter Ed0son the White House a copy he conference, which Tkr S -en
first model. hinted of a Rembrn against. andon said
In addi the International tilta look a bit fi-, long avocated that we
A to BurevuCo.siness _a_ Co. has final- loved it... Before e left, meet with other power
t ig PO s I worked a new type of (NEA)-Biggest bust in the, what it is. M e took his niece, Mary Cut- ing Rusia-t every
Schk to arP1 the one you United State s tW a not the atomic weapons This is the plan which, in case of an attack ler, who works in, auper-secret to discuss settlement
have been w r yars (de- tests now bo I ducted in Nevada, but the would silence broadcasting stations so that Central Intpligence, on the tour ted points. We mute
S MMS 2 HeraldlebMad spi pte that dllbak civil defense tlo protect the Amerlman enemy planes could not ride their beam to a of Ikes own art gallery. Mis bdon that goal..." (-r "
aolnce). This hbeak peor people from o In case real bombs should target TV stations would alternate on 640 anCd Cuter was polite, oncommitt4L Discrey opp n a
SCa1 a e to oS. Dropped by y.t l12 frequenestelling peoplewhat to dc. Averel lhas famous of cuti
of Ek m r5 pan.paintingsof Oldmachine Dutch masters solon sa "A e
S D r utes, d over There Is lutUe- no public appreciation of BUT IT COSTS FROM $15.000 to 2 ie vernor's man- ive military e
7 -- ft~~e8 i 'Bive several haV.r the dangers -9t- ltve fall-out from bomb radio stations to convert to these fri1 Albany.H1e A hss an not be :'.
SAI 0-explo sions. Aud i s l a little or no program P1w of them OW tho hawe done t eand there have -e" given h by the permanent da~
S lf *ixclrtu h .are tiH wf. I!to educate the on this problem. practically no "Conetrad" tests or drills. i af ca basi c ne t-c or
Notls T -wh This is not ,j fault of the Federal.Civil . As a further example dt ) ow balled up i~nn6 a donr...M e,- meats ...
--E iC tel basesp e u '1Sl1 Defense AhoueMs. With 700 employee an defense planning nw Is, te familiar larwho once served as ,W* a The eags of T I a s.-
$Ia 9 Duekm i --plans t U us ,-m fer o mb) shWeb ea, a and similar SUh.b.., I i no* that In case of ams
p l a c e m e n t t o u s is p U Mb ; l a a. .d r -- cl o t s te .o b s_ _.r ,t a c d. .. .. .
4Y5 reet le pla m ^ CtOi A new Jailteja-out is now to MtO1IV A hl|Hti w aold o be needed te --
"llldd "0 Imesl41 v MV~tt This effort will be dovetafid r.uestod qu1B ^SIenbewer is Prgtathe i.n 1eedS ^ bof^ _*eb
tthe htE Fc.. ss 1r.on c ha oome up wW g M ob. PUblcly. he a aks It easi ",oqiS.
g|bankw to M Bto F. government policy i. to N ,ghtn M
tion of 1 ON I the Fed
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te" Xto a foll s.
fMp ior the Nas -d
* t.L offictias and
, -;* 4 .. "" " a
Ofi fire Pro-
B ilray trbigpered
det-groM froab a n aming couch
eough Later,' a routine autos
showed t grl had been -
ouslI clubled to death.
iiW~estgati began after fire
offteals id e blaze was canus-
ed la .c uess- smoking. Friends
of t ~e ll said Miss Dose did
not Tmo .,
Medical l.xaminer Dr. Thomas
P. Kenrik said he found three
Jagged wounds on the girl'
hea He said repeated blows
had caused a massive hemor-
The gil1, clad in a thin n ght-
eown, was discovered by re-
fighters. They said shs had ap-
parently died of suffocation.
After the autopsy report, police
admitted they were puzzled as to
motive for the attack.
"We have no medical evi-
dence of' any criminal assault
on the .irl" Diet. Atty. Myron
Lane ma d tfday. "The investi-
gation only hin ts prelimin-
ary ae and as yet we have
npthL eenerg ofte
Police said there was no evi-
dence of a struggle t the girl's
closed that blood stain-were
anda I d ar. .he .
sd. of going to
Cap d wi t rl friend the
A- week age she had given a
house party for friends. Rose
Kagan, 28, of.Brookllne, said she
was in "wonderful spirits" then.
"She was a wonderful girl,
oueto and serious minded." Miss
and other professional people.
She was not a' party girl."
Miss Kagan described the slain
woman as soft-spoken and well
* Miss Dose had been employed
at the hospital for about 18
months. She came to Brookline
from, Couertine, Calif.
were Injureda il
lals branded the1
Mid on the strike-
n a, wee, as
I Marked a ful-
man into thein-
Teephoe compy and. the
ommuatns Workers of A-
e'r parted the two sides
aren' to far apart, but that
the strike could not be settled
because of the "arbitrary ac-
tion" of both the company and
The committee, made up of
Gov. Hugh White or Mississippi.
James Folsom of Alabama and
Marvin Griffin of Georgia, re-
ported that the differences were
of such a nature that both sid-
es "should be able to reso l ve
these differences and terminate
the strike without further de-
SHowever, the committee re-
ported to Gov. Wetherby, presi-
dent of Pouthern Governors Con-
ference, that Is efforts were un-
successful and asked permission
to be excused from further serv-
Following the meeting, union
officials said that an immediate
settlement was "impossible" be-
cause the company was main-
taning an adamant position and
refusing. to make a single con-
cession. A Southern Bell state-
ment said the company w as
disappointed that the meeting
failed and pledged to continue
to strive for a settlement.
In Kentucky LIN detectives
and FBI agents Investigating the
freight train wreck refused to
comment on what progress was
The company said the wreck
was definitely sabotage. A com-
pany official said spikes had
been pulled from the switch in
order to open It.
The railroad estim ated It
would take yard crews at least
three days to clear the track,
and that traffic will proba b I y
be halted for several days. An
average of three or four coal
trains a day run on the double
C. 0. Griffin, of Louisville,
Ky., chairman of the u n ion
committee of the striking rail-
road workers, said "our people
have been cautioned on numer-
ous occasions to refrain from
violence in any degree. I can-
not believe that any of our peo-
ple were In any way connect-
ed with this derailment.'!
BIG CLEARANCE SALE
"J" Street No. 8
CASA DEL ALGODON
"H" Street No. 2
Wood Crops I, Street FigU
een Byel ldr Owv Autl-1it ent
WASHINGTON, April 29 (UP)
--farers may be abl
Income from wood cro49q
billion dollars annually with Itm-
proved management and ex-
panding markets, forest indus-
try leaders predicted tody.
American farmers are alrea-
dy getting 700 mIllion dollars a
year from sales of forest prod-
ucts, an Industry spoke s m an
aid. With income from many
other crops falling, Income from
wood is rising as more and
more farmers learn to manage
their small woodlands sclentifl-
cally for steady production.
Pulpwood companies and oth-
er, wood-using industries w n
great forests to supply their
hungry mills. But even when
these lands are built up to top
productlonl-n about 25 yers -
most mills will buy from a
third to a half of their Aheeds
from farmers, a spokesman for
American Forest products In-
dustries, Inc., predicted.
AEPI, a trade association, di-
recta the nationwI de "tree
farm" program, helping me-
dium and small-scale woodland
owners improve and man a g e
their treq crops.
World demand for America n
wood pulp products will become
"almost insatiable" in the. next
10 years, another spokesman as-
E. W. Tinker of New Yor k,
executive secretary of the A-
merican *Paper and Pulp Assn.,
said the logical answer to this
demand is 'the full deve 1o p-
ment of the Canadian and Unit-
ed States Industries."
With forestry development
programs under way in b ot h
countries, Tinker t h i n k s it's
safe to predict that "our'output
can, over the next decade, be
Paper production in the Unit-
ed States reached an estimated
new record hIg h of 7,171,000
tons in the first three months
of 1953, Tinker said. This repre-
sented a 10 per cent increase
over the same period a year a-
The paper industry "appears
headed for another record
year" with production between
27,500,000 and 28 million tons,
Tinker added. Exports of wood
pulp are expected to increase at
east 15 per cent.
NORFOLK Va, 4pril 25 -
(UP) Polce charged two
y*ung Norfolk men with mur-
r .today after IBI agent Jo-
i. .Lehman, 0. was killed
In alt over a traffic I nc i-
Poile arrested C I a rk Ray
Williams, 21, and Robert Julian
Alcox, 26, and accused them of
killing Lehman, assistant agent
In charge of the Norfolk office,
after forcing a car In which
Lehman was riding off the high-
Police said the incident start-
ed when Lehman was returning
to Norfolk Saturday night from
a golf match at Virginia Beach
with Ray Fagut, the FBI agent
in charge of the iorfolk office,
and his wife.
According to Flasst, police
.said, the station wagon in which
Williams and Alcol were riding
forced Flasst's car off the high-
way onto a feeder road.
Police said Fiaset told them
that after he Mopped his car-
the two men rushed back to his
car and began attacking the two
An unidentified witness said
the two FBI agents acting only
in self defense, and .that during
the fight, Lehman was h it in
the midsection and knocked
down.. As he was failing, his
head struck an automobile. He
died of a fractured skull.
Police said they were unable
to determine immediately
which of the two men hit Leh-
man and knocked him Into the
Lehman, who was mar r i c d
and has two children, was a na-
tive of Illinois and was a veter-
an of 13 years with the FBL
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Bedrom. Dining Room and
Living Room Sets.
Products de Madera, S. A.
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Between Kodak Bd. and
Fifth Ave. Store
It's worth waiting for
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starting April 28
No. 21 CENTRAL AVENUE
TODAY BIG SALE
25 to 50% discount on all materials
Towels 3 x $1.00 and 4 x $1.00.
Material from 25 yard.
Poplin, different prices per yard.
Material for all school uniforms
Sheets, bedspreads and pillowcases.
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THE RECORD SHOP: Good
fl-e Bill Kenny's first release
Label will be neLw ar-
Jgements of some of his old
"The originals were made '
:16,. 17 years ago," says Bill.
"Compared to the sound on to-
y's records, he y're p r i mI-
iuve. So this way I'll do them
t hi-ft. And my voice has tii-
proved, too. A new generation
a =n grown up and they've nev-
Or heard soap like 'Whispering Mel AllenkJayn w i mdra
Orans' and 'We Three' wIth',
CIod sound. To them, these wll' cury se ..... Lor tui e .. .. -
She new songs." ry Moore TV show has resumr-
And to us oldtimers, they'll ed her operatic studies. 8 hie
be pleasant memories. may sing arias as well as popa
The latest hobby along Broad- for the label . Kermit Scha-
S Way seems to be predicting a fer and Allen Funt working on
Wonderful career for J a y e P. a "candid Mike" album for Ju
organ. It seems to be a una- bee. . Mel Allen, the sports-
4lmou conclusion that this is caster is the latest to consider
ewe gal that can't miss th e recording. Mel, who -sings, t oo,
slaige lights. She has everything is dickering with Columbia. .
a nice voice and a tricky way Patti Page got a letter of com-
Lt a song, a pleasance pe r- plaint about her new re ccor d.
* L lity and beautiful b i o n d "'Little Crazy Quilt." The letter
60-s. was from an Indian named Lit-
She has everything-e x c e p t tie Crazy Quilt.
lg n l g earrings. And that'
u u facsect is the work of herl DICK'S PICKS:1" Sim pickings
!t managers, Bullets Durgom this wqek. The best: 'Feel n'
I tayt at. They had decid- Kinda Happy" (Dafm It a Jo,
tht she'doesn't look well in IRCAP: "Kvi-Vi-Vi-Vi-Vltt" the
,anging earrings, so skh e Banjo Boys, Capitol); "The Sla-
This emphasizes the Im po r.- qtettes, RCA); 'fhe Blue Scare
tance of managers In the mod- crow" David Carroll. Me r c u-
ern show business set up ryi; "Sluefoot" (Ray Anthony,
they even dictate what kind of Capitol;', "The Message (LI n-
_tryings a gal can wear. N o t coln Chase. Columbiai; If I
that Jaye is complaining. Far Had My Life to Live .0 ve r"
fromm it. (Sonny Howard, RCA).
"They've done so much fo r Here are a few long-playi n g
me ," she says. "After all. I've oddities: Col u m b I a has "An
only made two records for Evening With Alistair Cook e.
SRCA. and already bgt t hngs on which the pleasantly learn-
have happened." ed "Omnibus" mc d em o n-
Durgom and Katz made her states his piano-playing, story.
take voice lessons. (She's bee telling and whistling ability ie a;
Singing since she was a child also on Columbia, "Archy and
without them.) They got her th Mehitabel," a new adaptat Io n
IRCA contract before she even of the Don Marquis classic, with
knew negotaiasons were und s r- Eddie Bracken and Carol Chan
Way. They go with. her w h e n nlg an unusual, descritptilo
-she shops for clothes. They do defying Jazz album, called
0 everything but pick her songs-- "Reap the Wild Winds," f em
(and that's done by the RCA tures Stuart McKay and hki
Smusi al brs, oe Carlton and woods on RCA-it's fascinating.
S'Hugo Winterhalter. Two delightful a 1 b u ma of
So there's not much left for chamber music-on MGM, he
her to do except follow orders. Gullet String Quartet plays
f- "I take Jour one-hour v o i c e Orieg's String Quartet in 0-Ma-
Slessons a week," she s a y s. Jor. Op. 27, and Rachmaninoff's
'"They're both voice and thea- String Quartet in OMinor; on
tri cal lessons. I'm glad I'm do- Angel,.the Quartetto Ital e I a h oc
.tng it. My voice used to get tir- plays Haydn's Qua rtet in F-
's e especially during a to u g Ii Major, Op. 3, No. 5, and Quar-
session. I'd have troubleot in, D-M r, Op. 76, No. 2.
ke hgh aRtis. 6Nbw 'm Both except.
hh 4the sessilons --
out etral I
the mitnagerial directions
seem to be bearing fruit. An-
Other high-lovel decision was
,tfat Jaye quit her TV and ra-
t Eo shows with Robert Q. Lew-
Is (CBS) at the end of April.
,he will do some 10 weeks of
I nWhtclub appearances, for'
js qh k she Is currently prepar-
t (with managerial help) a
Don't know exactly what
*ho act will be," she says. "But
ZU p, lwe of one thino-I won't
1;tSs- oft my skirt. verybodys
&mug that, so I won't"
A1d e Won't wear dangling
w ..n either.
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BsOOTS AND HER BUDDIl
TWO-WAY TR4AT--TerrY Bretjuei ;
can see. The eil t-yer-old Bo in nes "pos, Mnon.
dugnd o to bt rpwd iltW IS tummy, but also to fill the coffers of a
fund to build a crippled children'. spimmer camp. The Mlnneapo-
UIs Southwest Limn Club Invited Te sue scout.. h opto anke-
eting cOntest -ad d pated 0c to the campo'r each oo o ke-
boysm a: P he.
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111010, 4 a Ito ,10 scie,,,, -,n .c.scl to w-ith l nce "de ever more egw lJ not a dish but an un-
-....7 ., re;s- deey Into h. foddet.e fto~nate conditionathat exists a
d. 7 n early's s* hhatof ngs,but It must- r t A I in the 1Paina m market so far
S$laJa, and sjI give-.e4ta e1ertSan point w:2a S.S this week. larly arrivals of the
i-7ph -. speak-m s the arise- whieh aeot be etfed byd er var ietes gave promise of
S i 9 b e. r aI means of sen o station" better th s to coe, but those
MeS-a ShoweMn 1W fs rom a golden throne i the -being, 4 m oldb the vendors up
... .. M thSo EATO P and down asiapuedes are deft-
-f Meonor at a lu% I ngwlAir e I ng a bout mangos isa mouth-
ox9^ f er s hower "m Pa tt the ati nts "f he ofi-Anc water tor enti experience
s. John A the College. of Cardi, s" ressAirPower when good t r ietles are hso
rhn In Margarti t o.e oul cor to the-Holy S A -, Seesow to come to market.
-pCan pt. andMs ea ndand othe a oaMen ted BAGUIO, P pines, A- t e
j eir two daughters. Oalt, and Rome for the contsai e* at the pril 25 (UP) P- sources Meanwhile let's think of ways
i ne, .wIl lean soon t upend Pontifical Acade predicted todaini tary plan- to use the smaller, les tasty
i vacation li the states Amon the ri ners of ther east Asia types. The chutney recipe s-
He n the ast M the briht goldh a ofe their Tteaty Orsg n will stress torday was one way. Tday yet's
will visit In WesJ. new offiee, were 14 scientists r- !ai power 11 Sn UR t m h. hr make ar dish that's much morere
friends of MrM aHle. cently appointed to the 362- today to l9n lies put teeth us or all the fami ld
"yea-olacdey. a'# In the ant%-Coflu-lE defense usebl for all, "the family and at
4k-ead ViSItors At the end otd ade. con- pact. all meals. Mango sauce is not
?, a ... sidered one" ofr thp m t nine- They said the.eight-power unlike apple sauce and Is gen-
John Gork treating extinations o role meeting also would discuss aerau
,for the Charity, Ball of science made ibn a l ear- mobile AT striking frceery Just much favorite
turday night, Mr. aP4o pesV.,L r thee v h. whicheouldm be swiftly thrown Mange Bau
olT.a horn,use ng uet o wk-MriS e a .cerce ainto-areas managed by the en-
grangesto 1 .1 4 dT d 1duniversay phi6 e large green mangos
S accompanied by t.. iry Vdaed it joined forces w h But thee sources said- the 175 Water
uhu Diana. "We think that tral se- military planners would "cer- Sugar
enos. in permanent ateat with tainly" throw their support be- Cinnamon stick
i e Albelrt Motits a philosophy of critical realism hind a "master plan" of defense A sprinkling of nutmeg
Spending the weekend in Pa- can arrive at an ,1 40bracinp with emphasis on strategic air ".
I *, Mr. and Mrs. A I b e rt view of the visible rtm Whici power to hit the enemy at home Peel the green mangos, which
i Mtta- of Colon, took their two would, to some extent. satisfy In case of attack. are- Ilined to be rather starch
oung-ksons Pancho and Stanley the quest and aIrdent desire fr The plan w d eall for a 'ma.- i neo t
to ach at the Hotel yester- truth," he said. s verotaJlatleRron members from at .that' stage. Put In sAucepan
"t. ~two anch C- Clark ield with su ar and spices with Just
I ,. ___ fl-"... The Pontiff called the del- in the P =Iand Singapore, eu j
entists "diseoverers of the In- In Malaya' cl with an advance enough water to Cover. Cook un-
aa C nser alr tentlont of Goad and "author- base in Ba*hok, the apex of til soft, stirring frequently and
SSi klle i Ig Imed ilnterpretersm of nature," the defense triangle," providing adding water if you prefer a
\ One of their chet remaining fighter cover: more liquid sauce. Mangos, like
l goals for tomorrow, after having The new stterv apparently apples, vary in sweetness and
Win fconquerinr many mysteries of discards drevioul plans to form-w
earlv matter, wes a "synthesls a big SEATO army along the therefore the need for varying
L o ll kowledige,"sdad the Po.e lines of NATO in Europe. amounts of sugar. You should
.al vvv; UOflI3 i.Thisnshould.lead to an under-i "It Is an accepted militaryswaeten t9 taste. The more
mak swaN CCRAVN, wife of the Aminerli Ambassadob r to tndint of "the true unity of reality tha the potential en- rin rts T maor
Palai ana GenedraM. UrnUe01 I.G.arr,, applad-Dolores Kes o 71.0, AprQ 25 -(UP) -The living being" afler 'mny pro- emrvs army derive its vital tr rinetles mayrequireo
as her eastu 'at the Charity, Ball at the Unieo Club Sator- Conserv.tiv today w contol blems had been solved. strength from. Its manpower." pa .....
NU Zsausa.4, fraed eo Mercurle, and r preet *, of local administration for t ie "But can experfiental science spokesman en lained. "Hence it
I l *lne abaloulymeosiumed Parade of Induitrei. next few vears whew they swept solve these arobleins by Itselfi?" the belie. of military planner'
fl gg atesforthe buildhagl fnd of the Orphan Hem s l1ad to an overwhelpiung victory ever inked the Pope that It would be plmost futile to
e ga-.ilbatlea..toetail $se0 frem 31 of _the business the Socialists in Satudy's else fight the pn. 4 at its own game
edaS iowttr The-totalproeeds0or fromy t soda yoone
enlneo cThe- a te week. tscd w t t oheS b toil sts A total of 50of gclat ot tro bpu
bMlUaft affair, will be announced i theweek. At stake were the G rno the 2,613 seats t stake were won The source said the strateR, -
.............. shps of Tokyo and is prefectures hy Conservative Party members now .1 bused'on the reality tbhat
New Bb Ws bamsador Mrs. Jorge Arias .3 seat in prefectural legis .)f Conservadve-.supoted n de-a notentipi-enemy ca neasilv
. arsn Returns From Mei ires, the msyorships of Osaka pdents The Socialists took360 doubt triple tohigg r-
Give Ccktail Party After a 3 months vacation vi- :y assembliesaed. F vt were that the 8 TO alliance
The_, Ambassador it with her father-in-la "c I r II
Mrs. ~ison received Brit-Imon Arias;, Margaret Arias isl The .Consenatives smcred a me . u
lah wealth deles ate lagai at their home In 0 ol*; AIe.r victor when a umbent Soe
and- atothe Third Ca- Hehts. Returning on Saturdfy. edhitt a Y wa ..-eelectd G ov I
thoq^ e 'O af to ahire the M ree eldest children, Jor- El nor of Toky for histhird term.
at a I g l Party at the BrIt- pJr., Becky, and Billy. The. rver nor p of the world's I .
lab -on Saturday, third largest city is Japan's most I
Re L 'ps were present, BrilaIn Ambassador Henderou nportant local administrativW
ada, H.To nlate, boad t A.M. A'bassedor at Pan- Of the 18 other prefectural govU A E 7 B '
Pas, mBita .san O the BHis a'aellency, Mr. Ia n arMors' seats. W Conhrva ves
... ,CM 1, accopa U far had. #pn nine atheSo
Mrs. HeAuderson, w II I I fdsllsts fiv. *e h
46 .' April 26th and 27th c p, bp7ap''rJ6J a n R
M r..-te f r
friend.,;. y Jllaei. Party Precedes TravelSh ow At-
even Ififfii ,inT helma ueh ,do Prado Y Tomorro0 -,
10r1am. and Mrs. 8eaden 2dor to Panama and Mrs. Abe- The ?alb YMCA-US p-ei
ardo Bueno do Prado, was host- senta "Round th World Tra vels
C Ad Countess de Rabag o adi of her E nd ouh the iur ote oPAA. The
for a dinner.t the Embassy 'brdo the Peries to be shown to
Ambasadorto e e ella Vista o flat- 'orrow. at I p.m. will' be titled.
Paros V ,t de fas' urday evening. After the dinner S.Around etb America" "andl B I G
wo.s d- an ,-the hostess and her ests at- "Weekpd L Bermudm.l a F
,.bys t leaor- tended the Charity Ball at'the'BiI
two I tio.hi 'Spain Unim Club. Lbere is no admission charge SAL
IEn- r t e will stop briefly Cudad,, o!!l and the public is cordially ialt.
On Thuvenol ,
At-r.. IOnce you locate the Bulley-
.... home on TiVoli Avenue, you will!
bimm to Pmem nd Cnde-i ......
b = an and Condo- be able to buy your'ticket Ior i
as -4, o, a G Zerw4a s aA G
the aaal Zone Art League'gse
SIreidencel n Scholarship Ball, May 7th.
Fidau mp Celebrate
SMr.. and Mrs. Cecil Fidanque
m n o of Spanish celebrated their anniversar L A D I E S!1
,,toP/itaa-maa ndysterdayInthei Balboa Room
Rabao.Wasgi tennWehave f
b d t Staes lAmbassador-to e Panama h A
4= 4 Those, T sharing the, l o nccasion
a.the ai tbqa _y Re'idein Zelia TolednMo and Mr. 'so
t-ftY Fidanques sisters and brothers ,-- A.
Oft _. i'la Mr. and Mrs. George
for Spani eb made of. etplastie lass.
14 Ms A ... i. O N Smart and Faey
Yee ... your baby can eat nurishing Heinz
Baby Foods right from the jar. You simply
place it in water and heat to the desired tem-
perature. And the jars can be stored safely and
conveniently in th refrigerator. Each jar is its
own sanitary container fqr leftovers.
Renls Baby Foods jpom to you as flavorful
and sourihing as the day they are packed.
Start with Reinz Baby Foods now.
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-Various styles. They sell In
the States for 4.95. We of-
fer them to you for enly
3., till Wednesday
(OUppsite the A n .O.)
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C-ASA DEL ALGODON
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,9 Raymond H. Brown *
* LUMINOUS DIA
Borta do Alemi
J. A. Rivera
And they won for FREE!
All slips ending in 7 win. .
check YOURS !!
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/' Phone Faunai 2-SB5t
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Packers Shippners Mover
Pones Z-2451 2-2562 -
Leaos Riding atl
PANAMA RIMNG SCHOOL
'SAing O Juat Clases de
S to 5p.m..t eone 3-079
o Ar by -ppriateT
-15 YEARS OF XFERiENCE--
Body and Reducing Messogu.
Me Levy Machines, turkish both
SMlk *n female operats.
Juete Aresomno A'. 5.
v Plan A-Ship
LEAVE YOUR AD WITH ONE OF OUR AGENTS OR OUR OFFCES AT 57 "H
I lgrtl No 11
lk of July Ave. '& J .
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11 Ie CmnMUlUs
Cencd Ave. 45
FARMACIA EL BATURRO
No. I Lettr rtlom
FARC- A L A
uOt it of lut Av.
Agencia JnternS. do Publicaciones
S. Ols Avo.
Pefno Ldew"t ireet
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FOR SALE: 1950 Citreen 4-deor
Sedan. Good tires and met syv-
art. so00.00. Curundu 2152-D.
FOR SALE: 1953 Pontiac,
Tudor Deluxe, new t|es. fhone
PO SALE:-1951 FI ed2-dor
sedn, Fordamenti, u is direc-
tional signals, winiudofil wash-
or, $300.00. Ft. Kolp 5245.
FOR SALE:-1952 Hlman duty
paid. Good condition. Phone 3-
4073 afternoon or evening.
POR SALE:-1947 Cadillec 2-
door Sedan g o d condition.
514-A Curundu Heights. Tel.
POR SALE:-1953 Ford Cus-
tomline 4-door Sedan. Ver or
clean. Priced to ell at $1,145.-
SCall Navy 3994 or seeat
FOR SALE:-1952 Buick Spe-
cial. excellent condition, r dio,
two-tone point, now tires
S1200.00. Can be fineaed.
FOR SALE: Sport Car 1954
Sunbeam Alpine. lxceilloant con-
dition. Radio. white well tires.
FOR SALE:-1951 Buick Super
Cdnotrtibl*. Hydremetic. W-S-
- W -tires, radio, 33.000 milas.
FQ SALE:-1952 Ford Sedon.
lxcellest condition, radio, seat
cevesn good tires. Aim white
salaig machine. Call Hoel 2-
3196 or inquire House 879X.
Morgan Ave.. Balber.
ILU3V.is I J..
MomlkHch's Sante C am uck
Cottage. Modern MfwveooeLs,
maderee rates. Panehto wee m
. 64441.. .
*- PHILLIPS OceMnsd.-C a ,
* SantB Clara. *Be 435,&;ti
- Pldgi Panema i-.II 77, Clte.
* o1 Z 6T73. . "
I pt 'Stto Cd Le w I
!be.al bcM i aI&. .. ,* I
WILLIAMS' Santa Cla Nqqt h
ttoges roekglw,. fl--
t-iS. 2-bedroom. Phase DeeK
.Mso. .,... -
ALCOHOLICS ANWIYMa4 t
OX 2031 ANCON, C.Z.
Dr. Wendehoke-Modilel CIl-
nic beside Capitol theater. Day
and night service. Telephone 2-
Study Ike's Plan
To, Pul Gls Under
WASHINGTON. April 25-(UP)
- House experts were blowing
cold today on' President Eisen-
hower's plan to put servicemen
under social security coverage.
Indications were that a spei
commltee studying benettor
survivors of military personlei
will not accept the proposal un-
less the administration comeswip
with new and stronger itSp-
One government -_
Veterans Administral -
some out in effect
went into its current hearing
with a definite leaning for the
social security an. Not only
had the Presiden and the De-
tense Department e' immended
this but committee members
were talking it up.
At hearings this week thefr
comments began to take the op-
posite tack. They discovered a-
mong other things that only
about three percent of the men
remain in the service until re-
S LEWIS SEi ,
Avm TivoU f.,.4 ." -
FARMACIA ESTADOS WIO",,.
aso bn A:,
refrigerator, vwry lo-d condi
lion. Aloe ,-e- fAth s,
beds. tables, e .e 'teM! lew
ostter, electric ds ete.
Cheap. Cable .I lbta 03HIl-X/
Ancon. rv' '
FOR SALE: les chamo
dinette sot, 0 oldIl r
couch. S$35 0 i" .' ,Il
mahogany, $O.O0 .sege' me-
hoglony end t*0 25.00;
small mahego end, table,
$10.00; trey dh #.00. 1e.
nith copTe milD Joeud plyeer
with own qmpIfltr, 4 Mweed
plays 7" 1,0".r,'!-." erd,
050.00; 4 2hM,-2.a.sh
flexible W 14"I N b. o.0.
1523-J eolboe; 2-2944.
FOR SALE:-Wblreol wesh-
ing machine 60' ,yle-S9 12
rug Iwool- 4bslJik bles,.
FOR SALI:-L-eiNgvl AI mus.
Refrigerator, 4 cubic, fit .deep
freezer chast, exceIPlAt ondi-
tioe $120.00. Wamiflmas"hbeo
Maytag, excellent ceiMolen $60.
These items am recorded for
conversion. H"eso 621 SD Ft.
Delesseps, Cristebl 2805.
FOR SALE:a-Sewing machine,
radio, metal teo*M, librry tblo
miscellaneous dishet Santa Cla-
ra, Campo lots. 714l. Beibac
Road. Phone 2406 8blthie.
FOR SALE:-Dep.4rea 7
cu. ft. 60 cyel,. $190.00; weshL
ing machine, Westlnlomso. 60
cycle, $25.00; Sawing machine
almost new), with table,
550.00; Refrigerator. 8 cu. ft.
60 cycle, 50.00; 2 chest of
drawers, wood, $4.00 so.; chest
of drawers, steel, large. $7.00;
do*k, flat top, doal. 54"%50",
510.00; drulnng table. wopd.
$4.00; 3 stool cabinets. $4.00
ee.; fan, 30", pedestal, 40
cycle. $10.00' 4 letter size fil-
ing cabintef, .00 0; 4 all
steeool tables, $2. o.; 2 ridIng
saddles, $10.00. ua.; 0TIrel
fractional horsspowr e lot
motqeq; m oleaieoepA e le "
ftelS, etc..B.W, Vaughen, 14A
Curundu 't'Hgl Triph.ne 83-
FOR SALE: Frigidaire. efi-
ger tor, porcelain inside. anI
out, 7 cu. ft., like new, 250.-
Mahogany diningroom set, table
6 chairs. side board ald China
closet, made by Cowes, $125.00.
Small 4 burner gas stove with
owen. $35.00. Everything in good
condition. Manuel Maria Icea
St.. chalet "Guadalupene". Camon
po Alegra. Tel. 3-4967.
arty Fishing Boat
ollide Off N. J,
BELMAR: N J., April 25 -(UP)
A Panam-i-bound passenger-
irgo ship collided with a party
hsmg boat I8 miles south of San-
* HooK Saturday, tossing several
rsons into the water.
Two of the 59 persons a board
e fishing boat were hurt, and
no was missing.
The U.S. Coast Guard reported
e collision crushed the bow of
e 60-foot fishing boat. "
Passengers aboard the smaller
1at, the Bobby II, were taken a-
eard the SS. President Bucoa-
in after the collision as authori-
ies searched for one passenger
ported missmg. Several, knoc.-
dI into the water by the colshioa
Craft from the nearby Shark
iver Coast Guerd station and
wom New York accompanied the
ricken fla: aeg boat. Bobby .,
The Presidtnt Buchanan is a
000 ton vessel of the American
The Coast Guard said that .al,1
ough ihe bow of the Bobby H,
s shattered te ship was ep.
to port undw her eow
power, with two crewmen aboard.
Coast Gur.d officers sad i h'
uchmanm ln Oam back to w
ork wiltlbe Se Boy's- plB.
a. I -
I r J,,, J 3.
FOR SALE:-4 mtors, I Apex
wishing moehine, all 25 cycle.
Call #7-5188 any time.
FOR SALE: Kenmore sawing
machine console model, like new,
electric $95. CASA ADMIRA-
BLE, the Neshi estakllhnment,
Control Ave. 10-30, nem to the
Lottery Building, acros from
National City Bak. Phone 2-
Boats & Motors
FOR RENT: Chrlerk Marine
engine 6 and I yl., fnrom 95 to
200 h.p. Special Canal Zone
prices. Financing evoilable.-
Houremetto r Aries. S.A. Pan-
GIRS want COSTUME IDEAS
for boux Artsm ell 7 May.
Wr1te o/e Pn-American Mail
FOR RENT: -Specious ffHin
on Justo Aresmenon Avenue,
sector ideal for business. Tele-
(Continued from Page 1) El
ac hevement of a just global tries Close For Elks
coeived 'in cooperative
t'rtfership among nations, and
expandin Americad economy
ed ot only among Americas, M eet
friendly foreign countries. Day Swim Meet
conceded that beth g.Ate ue -
b%. etinda n*pItal hazard
f" Ae funaamensai 1 W12
mpl able;enity O To wl.tMthr"ntry deadline Charlotte Schultz 40 Meter
odoless communism." e slld for contestantss wishing to swim Breast Stroke Girls 12 and
recurrent .crises generated by l the Elks' Youth Day Meet. under.
Communlt-drtien; dictatorship This Meet Is annually sponsored Don Ryter 40 Meter Breast
".o0frota, 'e. post wor by canal Zone Lodge 1414. Mal- Stroke Boys 14 and under.
ith an "u sasy... In=rnati n- boa Elks, on May 1, the day des- Marie Bberenz 40 Mer Breast
* V.diet." ighuated by President ElIenhow- Stroke Girls 14 and under.
e w d in... cris er s National Youth Day. Unfortunately, because the
e warned ina tmen" of With most of last year' cham- meet is cut off at 14 years of
U "ing unstable'to armed Iwho tindleting that they will age, outstanding swImmirs like
R,1_ d htile resort to arm. e on hind again, this year's Marie Eberenz, Judy Engelke,
in nhai"oIng panc meet. aa promises to offer Nils Linfors and dy Engelker
"t'injer m who wilt u n-Cana one swimming fans the not be back loo Ryter new
ir depair. best show of the year by te championship g new
.... .r net mention in his nre-young performers. -- "
at tthe proposal of Red Starting at 2:00 p.m. Sunday.,
a. B P remlor Chou En lai a total of 38 events will be run
R 6' with the 1Inited State oft in what should prove to be a I
.. crisis involvin rnrmoea. good twdo hour meet, Il U U I
say, however, that Conducted at the Balboa Pool
.a-ma tRto shore ,o our nwn with the cooperation of the ,
. J nai safety" ap!tst "the Physical Education and Recrea- I
ptn .purpose' of interna- tion Brench of the Schools Di-'I
1, Conmzni.L_'f.' "that this vision, the Elks are offering an i
try "maut continue to an- excellent sporting event. ash notice aIw Ielumde b tiis
'a, al] peoc'es, to work 'Conducted at the Balboa PQo( I column should sbinted a type-.
S' othile sqnri of logic ant' with the cooperation of t ie ,,boxne m s n'-asLt s ,dI rn-
dn the development, of Physical Education and Recrea- al and ote I o "aiovan
d f sanme agreement for Pon Branch of the Schools Divi- sby ha1 tmo _h _loi._ 1
sion, the lks are offering' an St'ras *. ,u .
,-his eye obviously on the excellent sporting event.Cerams Class
".fle hNtios.,the o President Here is a list of last year:' Ceramic mUa
"_heN antion..t p .eoi 3 chleampions, many who will be A new cls In ceramics will
ever. ,,appeal may bek a Ye older and as a result begin Wednesday, April 27th, at
PI^'- obn .... tlanalous zo be the winner in a 7:30 p.m. at the WOUJWB Arm-
fe1 s mu.N combine nuW "1'U. ed Forces ervce Center in Bal-
vwlIons ut ob ,eDw DV -ka ^ -. -........... .
voices to penetrate walls
:-lear and prejudice and Ignor-
A princlval objective of
fo~rt t policy, there ore, t
on1 strction of.the BUMP
bibe coalition moron fee
* i~in. The coalition must poe-
s plritual. intellptual, tate-
wstrength." he Bid..
-the quest of material,
Yigth, the President said that
this country boasted "an
tohed produetid i syftei .
aIy is-I i.e Sofa oil
r W th the
"r whO1ul% *Ga-
. '. h A *.
hUU. Thcourse, whICh BI sched-
Andy Jaekson 30 Meter Free uled for eight weeks. is under
Style Boys 6 and under. the direetiep pt fl. William
LUnIt Mnton 20 Meter Free Stevenson of Oamboa
tyle Girls 6 and under. For reservation and further
Ick Ebdon 20 Meter Free Style tnfromatlon. please call Mi s
7 nd'W. *-er. Dorothy Brickman. Director of
Rutyh LiLtvin 20 Meter Free Activities, Balboa 1072.
Style GirlsU 7 a under.
Martin Hohnes 20 Meter Free Balboa, Womas's 0Chb
Style Boys and under. The Balbho WomI'4 Club wi1
Ettle Lowande 20 Meter Free hold theirlanua Sring Lunch-I
y ie "-- rls and under. eon t PIfttwootngo of
Lee Dehllnger 20 Meter Free the AtlaOnt t on
Style -- Bl. 9 and under. Wednesa- Mft If, at 13:30.
Helen George 20 Meter Free Po .l one '
tyles -. Girl 0 and under.n emfeL "Tjs or
Lee Dehrlinger 20 Meter Free Mr. Rur- ',tisfl -SS101
Style Boys 10 and under. I All reservations gm et be in by
Marion Bradley 20 Meter Free,.ay -.
Style Girls 10 and under. A musI wogrnam tai follow
Dick Ebdon 20 Meter Back ithe lunem '
IStroke Boys 8 and under.
Carolyn Hennqney 20 Meter Ft.As fl : r ooS.
Back Stoke -- 3and wun-i ... ". _re Wl .t,
d 9r. 0wi Mll ft -l ul"t" moftblv
diel ... 20 Meter Back Mt ancoffee on
.BBoy.wWt d under. WV Api 27, INS at
FOR RENT:-Snoel cheleo, n
bedmm, living dining rom,
kitchen. Moderate rent. Gmeeei
Joe do San Martin Av&. No
FOR .NT: -. Second flew of
residence ad General Joae so
Maini Avenue No. 6: Four bkd-
roems, living room, dining room,
kitchen, large parch. Inqqir
gerund floor. -1
FP. RENT; Furnl.ish jp-;
dopa in Bolle Vista. Thro 11t.-
rem, mold's room, garage it.
Cepletoly scr end. Hot wo t
FOR RENT.-Vaction W t,
May 7 to August ; 4.i&
room, Ideal for lrgei. fo .lor
two couples, furnished. 'ite-
ntic washer, drier. 6427 Las
RiE. Telephone 2-4436.
FOR RENT:-For two months.
Furnihad house: three bed-
roobm. two baths, living-dining
roems, laundry room. terrace,
grden. 3-2586 after nine p.m.
ATTENTION G.I.1 Just built
modern furnished apoerments. 1,
2 bedrooms, hot, eold weter.
P, e.e Paima 31-4941.
FOH IRNT-Faurihed end un-
fibhod 2 d a 4-room modern
lrtment. Ceotact ALHAM-
AAPARTMENTS, 10th St..
Phone 1386 Colon.
FOR RENT:-2 bedroom opart- *
ment in Duplex hpuse. Fenced
yard, garage. Call Cooper 6-
FOR RENTf--Fumruhpd apart-
mont two edrooamh ri l room.
kitchen. bth, all, csauned, tile
Moors, Also Sloer sIAfl" room
with3 .driv Ii re bern on
*ll windows.-1,400 rea foot
.eo *ps* Hu-r No 63'/
4th Jly Aveo; joeluoj Joel-
her at NW. 61 or ewcolphins,
FOR RENT: -Furised apart-
ment two bedrooms, very cool,
balcony, elevator, $120.00. Tel.
3-1648, ell YVista.
FOR RENT: Coal bedroom.
living rom dintte, kitchen.
Next street from 4th July ,Ave.
Celle Dorien No. 8.
FOR RENT--Apartment 2 bed-
naem. Juo Arommone Ave-
sIue 3711. Tal pfr 1.0294.
las ., u. ... A !.
JaP3 uif T ARUinRi Average service is three years f
or less, VA said. r
The men get in and out and
of social security credit in pri- P
TOKYO.. April 25 (UP)-Japan. vate employment. That way the
ese authorities disclosed t o da y government, as military pay-
t,.v will lartnch a drive ne x t master, won't have Lo contri-C
month tr, lean u p obscene litera- bute estimated $184,000.000
lure, mvlies and records in an el yearly to the social security
firt to halt the iVisease of teen fund. -
.ge sex crimes -, the, r
The welfare ministry will call However, the administration's
on book puti.hers. f. m compa big guns still are to be fired. Sody
vies and record Arms to use more far te-Defensc Department h p
commonn sense" In turning out been lachrge' of tne President's
their Products it was revealed. drive. Tomorrow the committee t
almost 500 crimes last year- reacted to recommend an over- t
bout 20 per cent of them of a se haul of a complex of laws under
nature- for a two-fold increase which survivors of military per-
oer 1953. sonnel and.veterans get varying bo
Police blamed obscene books payments trom an assortment b
and strip-tease shows for most of of feder stills. n
the sex crimes committed by teen It is tig several plans
age boys. The last of thnm&--rawn up by- .h.
Ia bo__ ----'-- _staffers late this week at the M
committee's direction-is lack- |
no host luncheon honoring Mrs. ing not only the social security w
Edna Plumer. whe is leaving for feature but another key feature
the States. Membeta are remind- of the President's plan. k
ed to bring theIr own cards. I his was a proposal to gear
---. "survivor benefits to what the /
(Batea Class Csm. s serviceman made while alive. .
The Bates Deterating class, Under present law, the widow of
which meets -t -the U0 O-JWB a general draws the same $87
Armed Force Service Center on per month) as the widow of a .
Thursday evenntg, will be can- private. Mr. Eisenhower said I
-celled April 28th d will le re- thisisn't right.
sumped on Thurdal. May 5th, at The committee Is not yet sure
7:30 p.m. on tnis point. i
'An ex... on of Encyclopedia C
the Stewards Council of t ee ch- ,e All
Paraiso chapter of Local 9- I e cn s
OCEOC-CIO has een called for
today at 7-:0 p.aL at the new1 NEW YORK, April 25 (UP) -A ,
union upstairs 12-year .id bny arrested with two
Building J.- buddies while breaking i a ta a
Me Py lat p stoeitmatters will Bronx school told police- toetay
be. re trd on and discussed.,- be learned hew to pick le by
SAll .ward.:,a 'the Balboa lEading the Enryclopedia
th.^r fftidl r l are ca. I
,Irlv Tr e beg, whlee nasec was,
-- " withheld beease 4 a hiu1j. W ck-.
ed Ube t ek at d.u c re- 1
i 7 *6 "wit a Awt driver f i, el
..- A.*- -:._ n. nda b .t *-.. !
Heithbu~ .: mf k l d
WANTED:-m-or~ t r luHn
F ., ... 4 iii;.
service. Write nwre WN WA witWlmmk m
Ushered In S wet Ja zz ra'
EMPMHI, Tenn., Aptil --
P). Henry Buose, w ose
mnting trumpet solo in Paul
iteman'u arrangement o I
hen Day aI Dome' ushered in
era ofsweet Jazz, died 8a-
day, at a hotel where he was
1 ontour at the age of 61.
ie Jolly, rotund-little "Dutch-
n" with the exaflerated wax
stache had refused to go to a
pital when he suffered a pre-
inary heat seizure. A nurse
t to his room at 7 am. fo md
Dead In the bathroom.
ath was ascribed to heart
Busse was a 'contemporary of
I great pioneers 6f jamn-Six
derbecke, J a c k Teagrden,
ankle Trumbauer, the Dorsey,
others, Ferde Orote, Roy -Bar-
and a young crooner with -a
g In his throat named Bing
They "all grew to prominence
der 'Pops" Whiteman and la-
made new fame with their
n bands or song and instru-
ntal groups. Busse was one of
e brightest of all. -He was the
st trumpeter to use the mute
d he developed a so-called
uffle rhythm in his back-
fand section' not unlike -the
Dre modem boogey-woogey..
e. composed two trumpet in-
umV l h t,"Hat Lips' iaMd
ran';a ng a Bes'1wblebhVire
rded baclt, bck, Wore. lor
any years to lr. . .
bhiteman, who heard the news
his old trumpet player's dqath
Rosemont, NJ., said he'was
"He was a wonderful char-
eter who made' millions of
lends," Whiteman uaid at his
arm. "In addition to his inno-
ations,. he was a very fine le-
ltimate mulelan. He was e-,
ueated In the good old Ger-
ban school of musle&"
Base was still puffing hard,
a moon face distended to pro-
ce the sweet tones from his
ghtly muted horn, only an
Dur before he was stricken wlgh
e fatal attack. He played for s
neral directors convention
rnce last night and wqs t1
b a" W d at -the faed
Pat. hof here- i
n Tretes ta i -
orchest on its tous in ti
country jad abroad until 1928.
When Bsse took off-the sec-
and, quickened tempo chorus la
'Whiteman's Aymphonlc version
of "When Day Is Done" Js. ad-
dicts were "sent" as therhav6.
never been before and a new
form of popular music had ar-
Bupse's band got Its first break
at the Castle Farms outside Cin-..
cago when that city was t
jazzband capital of the world.
He later made two movies-
'Rhapsody e. Blue" and "Lady,
Let's Dance." In 'Rhapsbiv" the
Brock sisters and the I thm
Boys, one of whom, a Croaby,
did the tamed :eto '..l1
Park" number. .
Busse married one of the
sisters, Lorrane, in 1935. He
first met her in 1922 while tour
in with Whiteman abroad,
Busse wasborb n thiNeth'
lands'but early became awor
traveler add when he flah
Sthe Uited fttt thflNgW
-R daddid to- sitbi. A Ve
read tooting a.hborn -ftvi
ftrne his passag'wl& & hi
BuMe ealled-the desk Of th- e
Hotel Peabody at 4:45 ann.
day, saying e had suffered a
attack. A doctor came andjemrk.
ed over him for an hour; ten
advised him to go to a ho .taL
But Buse refused, saitfg,.e felt
better. Less than three wolar I-
ter he was found dead.
Mrs. Buase was reported flying
here from her Benft d Calif
home to take her husband' bo9s .
back to California. The leader s
i death left the band stunned and
S"We're just waiting around for
Mrs. Busse to arrive and to find
a out from New York what to do,
said bass player Al Kay-
Russian Farmers May Be
Allowed To Visit Iowa
WASHINGTON. April 25- (UP) the farmers' visit, thereby taeo.
-The united States still is gIv- ing whether the..ovM Unes
ing "sympathetic consideration" really wants to stimulate fjl
to a proposed visit to Iowa of change of private citls,.
Russian farmers, It was learned Actually, officials doubt, the
over the weekend. Russian faners will ever et to
It the visit is approved, the see how the corn grows i -owa,
American strategy could exlode That la because therelt p w
a Soviet charge tat the Unitd lto get around a U. law raut
States has thrown up an "Iron ng all aliens entering the lt-'
Curtain" around borders ed States to be
Approval of the visit also The Russian editors re- ed
would dapn t h e Russian comply with thi pvlon .
eares aga ainst_ -the United The editors were to -bie.t -
tateshich followed the recent rived in New York last weekt lr
cancellation of a trip to Anmr- a month's tour. Tey oee
ioA by Soviet student editors, the trip at the last ut. 69
Informants said a note will cause the United states std
be d hspatche to the Soviet go they comply with the. ingr-
eminent sOon p.eras t h is printing requie asmt..
week; announcing the U. deci- The Soviet poveint S
aop. Officials were not saying this deprivedd et
what the decision will'be. dent edors ofhe t W
But oe strong line of State of vitalinJ the Unte
Department thinAng -calls for The Ruias felt fl
prints was "h1% ntsai
o a' criminal hn @L
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las tasft t-beh ft"er "eou l -"tO
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u and rather a to
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AWNS W .lWVw Qour AoiMqty Statios
t. hee 10.M People sitm
mm. -o . g 0 m. .D .
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"On ^awS BW b for a big-names4unan toy, Mender, April U
a .. natlna star,,to.laugh rIt up oTh e .1
eraze. A million kids, troM _obel la me remake ofd "Thbse !
0dai '" fleeyIa denies that "So There You 8:16 -SmmY lKays P
S "ises wit Are" will be the film's no w SO--Mic For M day-:?
33435 night club d TV 0o- title. "We want to avoid a obl- 4:- Fture Re view
mica. and IanadplayIt straight,' : What' ..Your Faor
-, t wo ,of the or s0 spokesman told me. ti- Ia pIIMW
Jimmy Dite and TSd i. "Tn Big Shock" Is the latest Ef 1 l 00)
register. on Marlon's laugh. met- iane imidOf odd mo Your virt
r. "titles. But one member of the t-your -avorite
"-Oh .,of them Us me." he cast Frnk Lolejoy, finds it (Ot. d)
laughed a-l the-"Guys aid Dolls" tia ralom ed o t YSPORTS
et title, oft first dway pir SS ,W RIBBON T
bure, the Oscar winner peek- "The Sark Was a BooJun r." Rusicae
edin aon S 's *-on the Docks" trangest movie title of all :3-Mlacno M5clt
TV satire of the ear's best, was the prewar "Come On Ma- 6: 45--Heres June OChrIs
mofe.'Only he didn't think IL rines.".It was based on a story 700-MSCAFZ ORGAN MEL-
as .?tny: as aid funpbklng at titled "The Pink Chemise." ODIS t 8 tand
"A Streetcar Named Desire" a' 7:15..O'" e Night Stand
couple of y rs'ag Dre. HOLLYWOOD UNCINORED 7:0-- t From The USA
"I think Caaesa i one of the David 0. Selanlck'u son, Jeff, is ( )N DY'B PBiT-
most creative comics around,"' romancing .a preW_ model. rtanI l Hot0 % E-PAR T f *t
Marimo told meo "but there was Laing .... Eyebrw lifting V.O V 0 -8
a por choice of scenes from note: Claudette Colbert return- .,,: V.0-roly We Hall (U8A ,-
"r. kterfrgt"' 7Be played it too ing to the screen it a western S:.,--roudly we aiU .A.
t. He was too good." Ju ijud Cas umblit h preparing a It e-
loffe r sts piling upn mustal version of her bg film 9:00-You Asked For It (06-
anceMarlo wOS that. Ocar) hit, "It Happened One 7i:t." o
You-bt.-He Int U n how1 Controversy still -ris be II 10:3--mue S Roth
iayaDlkwno eagz-.Sh t he at the bat office. l r0M' ck :;-os- mphdy Hall
was willing to grin It: 1'em and sock 'em "Blackboard il:oO-Newi-SignOff
"'I guess I won't starve next Jungle" is the studios best ""-
( , i money maker in years. -
". V 't starve neXt week, Donald OComopr made. h is
ear. r. a jttf ,00d(0 for first b e bit as ayer- Tomorrow, Tuesdy, April
'*. l0 1foyvodd, Mrt Jones: You Sinners" ,8 yarsM ago. Now, '
zis 7. b9E sent ioGe San- theyr'both, eyeg the dolls hi 6:00--ign On The Alarm Clock
der..p J aigrpp .o r catu ACWI r eq oes.. u- b (rwauests please
tion t9b day their divorce was' Behin the Scenes: A. extra ibhon b tre 7:00
1p. laying a Hawaiian native foul-! .30--ornga lo -.ccert
I ed up a scene at Malibu Beach 1s-..ch.rch 14 The WUdwood
THERMSI ANIOTJr'RK LOS8T for. "Pearl of the South Paciffr.'" S :o1 hiu Revelle
VOICEZ.lx Hollywood beside& Ma ,ie, clunked a fellow etra on 9:0-ews.
rio E..Franils the mule the bead with a paddle, -almot # : lSi4 .ed'
#Is- Ite I. r a Apesed n .outrl o n e 9oMl as U o
WO g!* i andTiniHly Tell overbd&b 9 0: '-a mr ovftr
els.. Locker sad -the. "I thought U were a real (tutex and Od loI
~ ChL. Whiat la -he t Hawaian, ra,,ed D .Iector 'Al- t005-O* ~rnhe b Rec (equ.ts
Insg off the lot. Ian Dwan. -please phone before 8:30)
,' wwitnt;: arryCnlmr in ag AM, boss," was the reply. 11 :00o-.News(s -
sayp there noa* ta te tueim-, "Pure blooded. But I was born 1:05-off The Record (cont'd)
or that aertan wan rbler ans in Des Maines, Iowa, and this so--PMe rThe Pntertalnera
to change his name to Perry 15 the first time rve, ever 'been 12:00-Newa
co-(kBa)o. near the ocean." im
,,. I ShortTakes: father Williams 05--unehtime Melodies
Not4.'tSj S Cr: Mi.I- aquacader make Is Its big splash 12:30-Sweet And Hot
le~1ire'lOvie 0 bcke C. v.'Whit. In England in the spring of 19- 14oo-ewM ,
ney, about film making: 'M5, then will tour the U.S.... Geor- 1:15-Music Of Manhattan
"It's like horse racing only die Hormel received his Coast 1:30-sons' of the pioneers
you 'wre. .re nibd o." Ouard discharge just as' his at- 1:45-Iest We Fotget
tRvital *e %3-D by U-I for its torneys picked up his final div- 2:00-Instrumental cpers
"The. returnn of the Creature" orce decree from Leslie Caron. 2:15-igitg Amer i
la a 50 per cent success. Hal, He's headed for Austin, Mint..I 2:30-Tx.a& e tew ,
of the theaters booking the pic- the old home town. 2:45-Hank now'And HlRaI-
-".-- -.. .. .... "bow tanch oy
Three Killed As 'Glowing Red' az
4:30-What's Your Favorite (re-
"^ ,-,I 1 =., I I Iueste-please phone be-
Tornado Hits Central Alabama v..re,,.
S. -- (conVdl
S" :00-U. 8. Army Band (USA)
MARSELLE, Ala., April 25 hit, Red Cross disaster workers 6:15.-BLU RIBBON SPORTS
(WP)-ThIs bersens were killed were rushing the. aene. i R O
and there Injured today Price Bryant, lorgap County 6:30-Norman Clotler And His
whinat "gtOwl red" tornado tax edllector sa he was sitting M lrable Melodies
crSalfg tow north-central In his car in tront of his farm' 7:O0- CAFE ORGAN MEL-
Alabama ana Sowe I a hfa*l- home ad aw the twister,, oMu
path ed' cf deatwation across which passed about one-quarter 7:15-HOW OHR1. STAN. SCl-
ah bflatliide. of a miles from.n- e farm. 2NCEE HEA
The twhtr te third to strke Bryant said the funnel was 7:30--AQI IProm The USA
In .-e m area 'i the last on odd oblong shape, about 300 (VOA)
ive years; dipbd down across to 300 yards widi. He said it 8:00-N 8109 EDDY'S PINT-
a .: naBiuoialn tne tt reached about 200 feet into the HOUSE PARTY (Bea-
Piy.Cynv, Ala. and fiataed air. 1 grM VJ)
home a"d 4geote trees 4u' ." I :30-r Rehearsal (NBC)
inA te- w march nross "I saw trees, and weed and' 9:00-You.-As-4 d for -It (re-
raal fla~tiad. .other debris being sticked up in-. quest--leae phone be-
Sfle" maid, ar middle-aged to that awfua ftmitel. It was fore 7:w30
t)ew a t Mr and W ki.d :of reddish from all the 1:30-.-Mhio. Iem- Hotel I1
31"lre" led when Iinlnta, and It made al .d1 Pfaim
ho o Grove rring uioe It was feaful"/' 0.45-Tilme or Verse
I tfe t BnLt said. .B- It:-py o au
I a ar M"few fltfrom the totwrm. out a path airly 12:00-gm Off
Ima the a hit, the opemqtatter of a mle'wide from "
Sof Mr.. Alma Natis and the moun Oiniorthbasterlyi .
i. waL h .- ttes! when trnad struk the same VOA-Volce Aitlc
I ^ .sat epeted to area in 1in, asd witamMs an .l, ,
I .-..:5 \.... today ,torando. followMealmost
i gfWniM gld. the fannl, Ita Identtcal path. Another C,,Ao,& A|'-.
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k q mwStda ae _
4! Raitai a tife hn A workrbopi parts and crats
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"'M Ala, t 1' Sne i -- cuts, -- "--"a'-" S- ... k
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. 'QPRAtION "
Thls Is Ior Gouzko in the
iture everyone gaspin
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"TM *51! ORCHID"
Wiliam. Lundlas Peggie Castle
with Georpm Moptomery
"BOWERY BOYS MEET
'V NP,~ Wt uiOIL/#45
'with James thwart
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CORSI HAS HIs SAY Edward J. Corsi (left)., ousted State Department refugee adviser, testi-
fies before the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee. at Washington. Coral said the Elisenhower Ad-
ministration faces a "terrific political liability" unless 4t improves its handling of the Refugee
Relief Program. In the center is Louis .Marhoefer of the State Department, and at right is Sen.
William.Langer (R, ND.), subcommittee chabtman. State Department Security Chief B. W.
Scott McLeod alts'in tht rear between Marhoefqr and Langer. _
"You know, son, I' u beginning to realiSe how mu
you tlo sko your mtihtrt' ;" .
WHEREVER PEOPLE OF DISTINCTION MEB.
GOYf. S8ETWLo i aon a seakers t civi6 series held Thrsday night at the
Pacific Seivice Celtler to open the local Salvation Army's golden jubilee celebration. On the
aunfkera platform were a number of salvation Army. Panama and Canal Zone officials.
WASHINGTrON, April 25 (UP)-
A local farmer has found that
caracobs cac be put to good use
s.'opng soil erosion.
He stacks the cobs in a gulley.
Water -eeps through the c o bs,
I.ut the soil is trapped atop the
pile. Each year the gulleys are
f-led with ricl, humus.
SHOWING AT YOUR SERVICE CENTER
BALBOA 6:15 8:15 DIABLO HTS t:S 7.40
.. 5eLeo OORCRY
S5 untz HALL
"BOWERY TO BAGDAD"
Tum. **RICOCHET ROMANCE"
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always. findPA LN
PALL MALL yMbolim.7dtltete
Sia brihtt-sil peakagt. PARK
Slendt M air of elsam to pepl w
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r.Eddie Eder, Meisinger
[ Take 2nd, 3rd Prizes
Capt. Bill Lewis shocked the handicapper of the
Brazos Brook Country Club by winning the low
gross prize and low net prize in the annual Canadian
C.) Tournament sponsored by Hiram Walker and
So,,,z of Canada and thus won a fine silver tray with
six bottles of Canadian Club Whisky for serving.
Little League I
On Tap Here
There will be a chnamplon
ship tournament for all fran-
chised Little Leagues on the
The Pacific Little League.,
Dsve So oiufs
"For S m inez Bout
For Sutlcys Martinez Bout
Jim Riley Wins Mer*-o
Tourn ament At Summit
Classy Davey lfoo*, a top-
notch US Z*IPOR t, today
started bis f a omif prepa-
ration for Mb sduled ten-
round 130. p-mm ,ut with 1i.1
dro MartMOe M s1 t the Co-
Brookly* ...; i
Milwaukee .. 7
St. LOUI ,,W 4
Clbs o I.,. I
N1ewk. Y *
- Jn 11-10. In 10 innings and the
PMitburgh Pirates beat the Phil.
S elphia Phillies, 6-1, in other
H '-NaIonal League games. The
tllse& led. 2-0, in the second
lme whep it was suspended in
eighth inning. It probably
be completed on June 28.
-J Americkn Le rue.
l Nixon's two hitter
the Boston Red Sx a 1-0
over the New York
4 sees sad the Kansan City
a es beat the Chicago
A, 540 The Baltimoe
beat the WaPhinerto
%-1, la their opener
PROVIDER Mickey Vt
has twice led the Ame
League in batting andl
Washington club could u.
more of the same.
FLOTA MERCATE GR ANCOLOMBIANA, S. j
.-. ANNOUNCES --
MV "Ci DEQUTO"
AR 'IVmOvq'IMAN AND ECUADORIAN PORTS
WILL ARItBPVE AT ALBOA ON APRIL 29, 1906
4CARG WILL ACCEPTED FOR VW COATU.S.A.
S APPLY : ,
.- I & M C. K A J, I':
t t-l'C CRIS..- L
-_ 11, 1954. Don Goyo's 1:31 for 1ilrena $10.60, 3.60, 3.
omer by lG p seven furlongs erased the native ..-iony $3.60, 4.
eighth inning record of 1:31 1-5 that was 13-ady Dancer $10.60.
dtrl of victory. Jointly held by Sun's Moon and One-Two: $39.0.
Wpoli' 6 to 4 Riqui.
06.- The start of the feature was FOURTH RACE
Sohgood with Fol, Red Rhymester l-Pregonero $3.60. 2.30, 2
David Ro- and Kiosco flying out of 2-Dot Wende $2.40, 2.20.
oft the lineup gate like a team. However, Fol's 3-consentlda $2.40.
Ise, April 13, but rider, Guillermo Sanchez, wisely Qanlelsa: 64.3 ,
Ilon the next elected to take his mount far off ,
l n slugger, the blUtering pace that was soon FITH RACE,'
un lugger,being set by Fan. I-Don g oyo $4. 3. 2.20'
Antonoof the 2-Daniel $3.80, 2.20.
0e, contin- Three furlongs out, Sanchez S-Portal $2.0.
ttln with a gave Fol his head and he shot
,. April 18, to through an opening on the In- r lnRACE
side and was soon on top open-' 1-Quema os $8.80, 420,
ag a Wtinning lead. Fol turne1 2-Greco w .40, 2.40.
Into1 homestretch two -ft 3--Ba One $2.20.
lem ahead o" f Quayau1 -.
Swich se gned ground on the .EVEMB RAC3
Sde. Don Cute was l-kth .on 1-_ a nSm 3$12.-8, 130,
heoutelde and ft laMg by ma.J1e I. L
horses -a though they were diM.e o 0.
standing, -I g D sle:J.
sm.....N nt. p .....-- le---a%.
l-Pteebw .4 .0, IK
Werin If '........ 1 0 0 0
Humphrey 2b .,.. 1 0 0 0
Davison .......... 3 1 2 1
Bruce rf ........ 2 0 0 0
Trbwer rt ........ 0 1 0 '0
.20. Totala 25 3 4 18
Lovelady 2b ..... 3 1 1 1
Sichneider p ..... 2 0 0 0
Ryter ........ 4 0 2 2
Kirkland If ...... 4 1 1 1
SBteman c ...... 3 0 0 4
fut andp, 2b 3 I'11
DuN eelb ........ 2 2 1 8
NfAesz lb ....... 2 3 1 1
.40 Odts at ........ 3 3 2 0
hMrf ........ 1 1
wI1 rf .........1 0 0 0
McGrift Sb ...... 3 0 0 3
440;. Totals 3 10 10 21
A.santic ....... .. 100002-
............. 040 033 a-
-Xrrors: A9 -
'-- ,-- "'
"; -:. di'
o(1-: 1- a
010 002 030- 1i I
030000o000- 9 0
o) and Fitsgersld.
-2), Johnson and
aoson 0oooo000 001-i
New York Oo000 o 06
Nixon (3-0) and W te.
LopA t (0-2) and
Detroit 10300110 1
Cleveland 100 001 -4 8 0
L4ry (1-1) and WilV0a.
Score (1,1), Houtteman,, iew-
houser, Wynn and Folles; Hepan
SIXTY IN 50W,
Indianapolis (NE A) A
field of 60 is expected in the 100-
mile automobile race',on"the In-
dianapolis Motor Speedway, May
The captain's low gross score Paul Richmond, seventh low g the LlSnrann uo rau
as 6 and his handicap of net, 300ed by the Jim Riley won three of th 's M eight oore sc l to go
als him a low netof h lMoriand, seventh low net, Lions Club) and the Arned'first four holes from Dick GOcd Riley toured -Xusnine linthrough ah paore *M.afternoon O
others to win bottles cf whis- 30'0- one bottle. Force Little LesgUwW.be 'man and was never be-ln401 00,1-underp ar figo !A -1, bl tteAren* eS be a ot ] the P WA!I"ui
Follows: Iersr Jua Niie 15th low net,. Final arrangements for e nn hor.ou u e wh0 p. f hdaily'w rkoBto
Eward No ne'r fourth low net, DTisk Hrons, 25th low net, 344 leagues. top woman goifer In thie tour.V- 1id Balasar. I Newcombe L.abia, LM (M1),/
o ohreebotties.. -one bottle. Tentative games would be ient as she defeated May A- aa-Roebuck an Clnl,
Jim Hoversn ofith low net, DikH rones 25th low net, 344 held at the Panama Olympia kew six up with ave holes to olMakig th t ce Two four-rouw prelim-inaresR am..l
2973 twoebottl -one bottle Sadium, the Arme F- wT Aiw% be
Sn ,ague sA2m Fow0 play.c .rs'esutsf uu t's up lejd. '. 1. co.pi mplete'.kd.ga-em R-- ir. m'" "
r7 twooels. I sthlow Inet, Little League stadium an Other results of the with a ble 11 t drigu tackl ae Ward in a 0
orge ongetlke, Jxt n o Wright, for not picking up the Pacific Little League bat round matches were: eu Goodmany's pr,_ with 15-p-ound w- A. e Claudl Chico 010 010 l 4 1
94 under Barrett seventh and finishing in last place with park. Men's First Flight birde, and a bit artinet ant Pee nda Fqwer (0-4), Lane and Jaley.,
S oo l t th .on 1 othe 1tth ele nOoo. woBrn 1NO.. lW art Moooren rRO tde as co e Lo) a andn n,
kr......qodollog10e Francis wa u 1 Sod Fih Jo aile went tw lows: .... .
S m Jones Hurls T wo-Hitter Awarded Decision e t t i r W B a r on S, Gean
ay three on Ray Kats te-break- Francs bult up an early lead uff Mens Ff up on the birdied No. 14 taked on ov. Won5 Pitturgh 000000000
e theofevel their atcniver sud beNe he s to be heard u d on the hole Wth his l 4 poe ing and
M Len'asWsThirdeflighted.cttoh t l w tBapi
TartSthe gave rup on the big ertnerod wh a fy the lat our sanzas fm In the fure t he s lithe bad fr de as the i s Won hiul AU. a ittsh a00
itc'ongyertobWalker winno inur ant stepped up to' te te on No. 15. tam Tile. Game uspnd000 001 bottom o
olfo Francis three uront (1-2) and Atwell.
ed from leveland ark homer tied the score n steam the rest drubbings o the i nto hthnnin with one out No.
laanetous 0 round .bt.me r ouatallei _e .g... R.orl d .Owen (0-2), Rldak, Kpper,
nd._-- ....... ,,le as pr. of t,,, natw thheg and ht- -.- 1nor 0 a ,,stIounhes. w rbo .Go and weon snar 1wm54mV*d om o ,s -O o,-ha olen andi natr
w I s e h the inal om a- o d Cole and Lopata. ee
Bill Jeks 'tip to acquire sam iest, nigwo oer t t telNtwioa ymnanr- hle1anr bl r wtroraeh d u e. three swoker Rley posank teD avrmsoma Dyton, ,oo. (Second Game)
ear-dlJones ,tw s hy o f or t e Osiants scored P esiee rens, cin blefo 1eagood hic rowe. fore hoe tof ot e md P. o .. .. .......tt... ..i.L ost i lcon ld. me)
Chcag tes teday oand makte aingd three on Ray natts .e-breda- trends built up s nearly lead Men's Fifth Fleghbd t e o ..ut e o mP, e n 6, nn.turgh 000000 00-0 3
enpral ,maal er Hank GreeCn- lug homer, i.n the 10t Inning by taking at least five nf thei Young Sack. perantie. servedhis pu to to a 3pTer. Boo, e-lC-.0, Won5. hiladelpl 000 000 i- I e 0
leg of the uevelard Indians nd then held on. as the Dod- first seven rouns hout tired vis- l othei that e is to oe h a ate u a d. sl e wo pen go, on
eo- tLthe hgaveG, u r on the 'e aouteraWt rie v el ourn own. Aln th lrst forsreshe ctaalpedNteeig ltgrehlet t owin4t.rsam e
t ~Z yaerhlam too sDoon. o ter o hlnwhen Bourne began to pour oongblood and 6 in o fc hG oen washed RlteypusWh Terry Book, ChDago. Won K, meandBe
i -ld roundd, hfromlered olf or Its 2-6homer tashing at tcne tin failed to anteswer the bell or ethen ed----- W o iddo Ohio Plhth inning before an enth stic
es f p tho e ninth ng 5indndy curfew law,
Art Fowler in the fifth ning hands of the White x on Sat- In the st art of the third round. Ladles' First Flight sown ithehe No. 16 Edd Huhe, Chicago, W o as, the P
wnfe.... -tip to hea s t.. t eiheanor Wld roedB'the-1'rwayHowever. ile pro 4.e.esiile ben resum at la.te dte.
obrthe alnnl run. eUd ay and Saul Rogov lnmers six- Hostin had been dowhapion for the THE COLON BoGg Comm' lpace a 10 to 6 rout of Shrve- Won O.4. H.aic not enter records un-
ar 'on i tched a two- the Giants while Peeee eese count o three 14 n thmae second and pr on firedst hole to are HLay from port. 0ave e mine o Cot Aboy a def-t byore
hit.Veecksr Who advised the and Carl a urilo homesre scatter was savedebu t an bell y hi poit next tree holes, eve the -'In, as uled o liamii Onta.u Ci o L.ot n o leote 3 dn
natt Redles. The wn eret- Max urkont's eight hitter veteran n Erne ste o Reid. 145a, e nlno akend went n frm other e tlo Gd men' parin close th e Akron. Ohio st.ou 0at Moltae
ch rhthe surrisn Cubs to gave the Pirates their frs w 1:45 le frs dl rounds of a iwi 4 on thde th hole. man Brook vot atn Pac Cot. Je ., Wr, Dpringheld, O sto sur
was heled thus is having oh Tterdy' t Willasd eightinrehsg eds fosieor Federico Plummeroe over hls- hio.K. O. 1.el an styoutai front ri
floednt and alsto Cmaked losses. Del Ennis spoiled tohe Blue d Taei Tt L o te c one
Jonesr fifth strea bight triuh ovestr hutout bid n the sixth with a deor a fsion was reversedour-count earlier n thethe Eddie rawfrd, Dayton, Ohio was charged wth the defeat
ut gve ulp on hism last year r. round with a right cross to the Bnn K.k S fiel en rl trt r
after Sam failed to come velandaiDar' homrtie t so )nsteam.t es later resigned In protest. rrt I eforethof el IrtnWOhiowonio 10P.ir-0.4 P.amc slides and wai crediteto
Rookie Norm Zauchin's Tethrough in several tries with the xas chin and finished him for good feat incinati- with the victor
utInd he struck out nine t I k ed te etedthe Red ox to beath round of tht hel- ineysan Won Kt n c AS this series of games ia tr
It doesn't helo dreenberg hurled a five-hitter for his se le eRoberven. tHowever n g ne de on determine who wl compose th.
al one biago's flret run with an in- d win a Kansas City to opinion of osted ed Jose Hosestin 6tators when Hos-10 ron t Ohio V.W. Teener representative i
rit now WthdEarl Wr (UP-The 156 world table Plummr rWelve h worst bet- JOT Je- ToD 1bout. the game, although p d
Rookie Hoderb Score faled i to-rhsG eire today. In the earth a then Plummer l- G. o n team or ere loers.s
te se rdatg tdime ohon Sat- the start of the t a I rnd. v ly won tihe ight by a large tlle FelMeI ation DRaeo. Orote nge f, th edc
art Fowler in the fifth Inning ands oox thf conirPe te Fane.llen MidC o Pla befr and ean trhIti
O lt Tigers, 6-4, for th ir tional? ^ Ta* e Tenn Federation The commission also appointed 8 tediumm at 7:00 p.m. on Frida
fr l in ore. c urday and Saul Rogovin's six- Hootin had beenr fnal sion 12 new judges which are as fol- Fort w- ifev iders handed the Goldm
for theg run.xhitter won for Baltimore before count of three in the second andsaon fired servio Tun e Lay from r fam,1 .and cl, Woe K.0..1 Coast ipYs edgest by thM icure
eek, o dve d thefive runb vetheratnohamn B it i here thfis orndn took the de-hows: Rydney ?terrol. Carlos R. h i r T O the fifteen Ioys thatt will con
to tkven as rookie eFrank ed ine tl ga Washg- Their e curta in raiser, Melanlo weeAikman Herbertnd MolReLDO IAL, or- Jle Genero-, n, o, elected.
w his first e game. Score wasi r was not to ban eponge rubber so Rodrifue Jeln Evrin, Your support of this worth
nce outbythe oansao[ ib :-. bats. TPheoy agreed to study the the arbiter who along -- --ery of ll Open 10 ( c ause is urgently needed s
IAth lirgtin his previous start Kid. 119 i n foster unds o with ude Sherman Brook Galet Yeater fic was record-breagk-eand. ar other times n, o thcome o adlche toe ooy o
watou held, thus snot a o the rr ShWoi fighting ress eso ecde and Juan Camb met overI at bee an Franco. Two money In e K. tries.. Fath m, aboys orthey wll be you
er eammae Ray Boone new n ttee They Lloyd Albe nd Edr Te ordsweresbl one ds rpresena at Hry
aso le i n four run b with a homergi xo n, CeR Ae d thoo ehaobnh ICo tic twwo dild act reC st stby o Chsleabre e in raT RACE Augu ost.
hafolwed a Vsleck for the Tigers as ea -, two-t v IR n ot etot Fol in the featured one-mile- -irone 13.80, d 2.40. o he
game nin 11 start is t adds iu to ueor i retry, A. C. Vn, Mngan THE PORThAND Beavers a o the President's Claalen St. Loui, M, o en
disappointing start for the 'str r w, I n the Open CafJato Pacific 1 wthehm otner a new mark cAr r Teenate Atl a taic bh
on.erica Lea4e champions right time AE Ab R Po
btoel gout g do hi clearest yeor nrn. .r' dec- wI-ras, reversed bY the here to fight Isrle Mat.ne0 Won 10.ws chare wbit tr
bAt Fwaer p wenth ef .trinkesrhe hirdrd A. c Clisfsi n en ofi 12 eudg- at the Arele ,lA8 Colon net nb S
af record Sll games faie cme ip wedesna N. Hogendoornd. their Nereoi pgyer, Artoe Wtl- dol was locked In 2-14 4-5 to nK kway m7 ariftblen b an p ... 4 0 1 7te
The New York rants won a Holland Dr. Knod Austria and son and r At. weren't cth-ffhs Frenutherland started for4 0 0 2th
spectacular three hour and 55 J. iP Ygosvia. welcome r it to endaleo Calay fo t ring ecore previously held by Grovon i er c ........3 0 0 7
minute stru le with t etheeoh roud of hst cis yearl- the National Gymwhih was l rii, Won K. A. As this lb ..... 3 0 0 1ges Is
.It doesn't help Oreenberg'..... ebratedbattle even..However, In aght Francis dec en. determine who will compose th3
o-on the opinion of moat mWectatotl. Be urgw ein'10
TJ4 PTRECHToe4.t8,a-as2runsCfrcteLayhwasitheoarbiernwhlen"IA-oat# 10 ( % Coming1 V.F.W. Teentr representative, i
bihtht-Inder's cirodrealize onoslandnI Al 24ounds..f..thatudgaShefrmaminwhic nieiPtatueeathe Srweing tie.. must be borne In mind thae
was beanowdiathus culd us nes t 'star(UP) -- The 1956 world table plummet received his worst beat-r JLTen, OEn BROWNilia, i Total, 19 bout..the s coredafourhtimes
labt now Wth Enrlt Wynon ixn tennis campRonshi s .will be InC from Vcillarefio.. ....iperatn from an ear infections Won 11 by knockouts. teams, are primarily to lyve thf
Gree fombrlnees, the roainn2on be- t. held in Tokyo an the 1957 Those who knew of L naOs fio-1 pg ,hd managers a chance gathm
Jones wouldy a brigleanphguhe.r t .te. WoldTableevent will be staged in Stock- during of that round all aaresses DAlsOatEofit aO E .to.ok a W" 6" bly delLStiLouis.,oBlbsonstardl onwthe
oiiay decided thatIrf the fihters broke evenbow f from the risng Lost 2"disputednionb fo splt d they re Aladlne of whethi e
uaf kpeedr Samefailed to_195.Championsiere todoyisseeionthdthenof2udg-rdae- snoud..._.KainkySrig teldOwenutherlaostted
nhorglly beonderail t pitchien yeser- it ws tun he n ethrthen pfi ntner ac-. The ne game of te sriei
the :dsteondstraight time yotese congress of the mnterna- roin, fightbalagenl Wines IRmninac; wil be played at Fort Clayto.
t Itiers,'t -4,lfor-the.r tional Table.dTenThes bommission HowointheNs uiWo Stadium at 7:00 p.m. on Fridas
etr os-it T feor, 6-4e. forrer lz (Ihe at their final session '12 new dotwhch arn as fol-s, evening, April 2w at which timp
tir les here this morning took the de- Iowms: Sydney Fo0Nb, carlos R.1..s. l thefeen Olthat wlil cora
ylded offfive runss Inshixeld igTXkyoandgamesthe1957Thoseoy : oaka, amuel Hart. Rotelio *fllltnocoun.n isarur lnnnlgv the
normven as rookie Frank w alroa hTieirsiondunanimous ro decision Abkman. Herbert Molee, aenero- FranoeReord Toppl e g rselechanctteaWllcfth
kpcked out by thH e Kansas Cityl .... 'i bats. They agreed to study the Jan Navas c., Nayburn Sprnqn- -,U / cause Is urgently needed, s
hlecstaihis e atm f yea ua n Conheftalal Yesterday was record-break- and. four other times in the coens out and chees the boys o
although he was not the loser. .. The congressafohelectedna-mae pe aand JuanCamo- hg day at Jan Franca. wo money in eight tries. b at Hert
runs iahmerunanimouy et the_ Walott" were y e attack record set by Chlean-bred FIRST RAC st.
bad a single for the tigers as able Ivor Montau ngsnd not ren theesboys o
tderesident, Rio Evans, U sec- ndfolve-alethefenthred onelmination-lamrda $2.6,0, 2.20.
game In 11 startg..It addsor uptO rastary, tban. Vint, Englrand, thesOpPodrTNDuz Beavers nferace for the President's n lasic -enaga 2.20. Teee All stars
Am'icah League champions but amtheyoaloteetedr.e ofste Open ultyAtl ifo ic andCthe oter anewen markfl ,u su rb etfede110
CoastLeguwaayshiftthirsnatiThevessslaoverelsecveentfurln 'V Atlantic Ab H .
aFyar ago today their rrco- iFrance, r. Bihari of Hungary, treininng camp to Calexeolon gaoy. lnn.Terramo Velluda .......re.40,bt3.20 3 20 rIsb thewll 0 1.0
a record 111 games. iewee, N. Hogsncioornd. their Neuro parte, A Wil-
~etfular three houPssrentclip three-fifths of a second offnFera t Double; n 69.e. provenr tat.... s 0 0@s
rozrwasteie RSeco ino2.taker se 3- akaFIRS$7. FrCen i s,.
Thenew1YorkGats.td won a.tHolland, Dr.Kuodint, Enaland, e Calif. the record previously held i byG2.n p. l""b ...b g 3 0 0 1
4 minute strule with thet urrnnlte. u goslvia.midthear. Wentna thru', wamAl mn$.
son 4, trimblen 0; Hits off
erland 4 for 1 rapn In 4
Schrbider 4 for 2 runs t
eigs GibsoW n Ia-fm r -.-
5 2-3 intnik 1, a.
es: Sernelder ;Pased
Bateman 1, Grover 1;-
pitcher, Sutherland; L o gi
pitcher, Gibson; Umpires W
eama-Mohl; Time 150.5
r To I.L. Lead
n MEW YORK, April 25 (UP)-
y Rolid relief pitching that paid
e off in a Sunday doubleheader
- sweep kept the. Cubapn Sugar
y Kings atop the international
League race today as the first
y week of the season neared a
n Raul Sanches and former
xr Washington Senator Jullo Reno
n were the strong men who came
out of the bullpen Sunday at
Havana to lead the Kingte a
6-4, 9-6 sweep over the Moon-
treal Royale. The Cubam now
have lost only once in there first
A seven games and have opened ta
2 game-and-a-half lead over. Co-
0 lumbus and defending tbampion
4 Columbus and Ternte splUt
0 a Sunday twin b .at eledm-
0 bus, the Jets taking terepefm-
0 er, 7-4, and the Leafs rebound-
0 lur In the nihgteap, 11-4, At
0. Syracuse, eAte whiedr
0 Syrseu, 7-3,' Is the
0 came of a deblstheader aml
- the eemd am w as rosm
At Richmond, Va., Richmoqd
nipped Buffalo, 4-3, la an open-
3 er held to six Innings by rain
0 and the second game waq wash-
2 ed out.
0 Sanlches relieved after Mon
0 treal had rallied fotrr r a in
4 the fth Inning of the #enr to
0 tr byonly -4 And hlfAs.-
0 ed he t oya tha- rest. 7the
0 way s F
0 Islafs homer 5m-
0 ning run. Moreno took oer In
10 Havae a *w the atstei aMe
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By JIMMY BRSLIN
V YORK (NZA)- 014 May
"I Jal Warhop left WkV-
r on Amsterdam Avenue
and 146th Street in new Iors
and started to walk to the Polo
Rounds, a mile away.
It was a little after noon, and
Jack, "walked slowly. He had al-
mou three hours before game
time, so he stopped a couple of.
times t talk to shopkeepers a-
long the route. People always
wanted to talk to Jack when be
walked to the park. After adl, 'e
was Jack Warhop, the top pitch-
erat on the Yankees' staft,
SThe Yankees were destined
to wtnd up in fifth place tnat
year. wInang 69 and losing IM
games under Wild Bill Donov
an. In 21 appearances, Warhop,
a smallish five-nine, wound up
with seven victories ana nin
But this submarine throwing
raihtb handear wna th hae t the
.AeDt ,yV Dean, Leo Durether and Frank Frisch, left to right, talk over
D g....ry ays.. .u They were the a of the Sk Louis Cardinals' Gajhou e Ganmg of
.ow ... i----. ht"W.ADa.u wmun9. De n-uowpfnes.worns from-abaseballtoadautng booth. Durocher'sGiantsoens DorS -'..
lin-. had, and they wets are trying to eatch the.Dodgers. risech conducts a television show after ames at the Polo Greuda
,b.d oe yn,,l h throwing him at the Red Box jAnd .......-. -
a big k.d pitcher by the name
S y ofhbe Rumth. OUT OF DOORS with Along The Foaiways
JO E W ILLIAM S Boston American the year be-
tore aud the southpaw had start- Johnny Wilks saw his lei'd in
s .p o-o. ', ed the 1915 season by giving ev- Iii I the MeCallum's Perfection Scots
..... 1o's ert iedicatton he would win the Whisky Ringer tournament t
Take It irop Cary Middlecol', 18 games he had at the end. the SumRmit Hills Golf course
President Ike is just swell as al A when Ruth wasn'tared to ree strokes by Di
golf partner, l erybody "Walter Hagen said it a long wh n Ruth wTasnt WET FLIES FOB pared to tree strokes by Dicks
feel at oe, gives the gam e time ago, and how r i g h t he hd him rhpennant-bound O- LATB PRING i Egolf, who turned in two birdies
everything ie'. get, thrills to a wasi You just can't expe, to r you i, was lossomi ni t, By AL MeCLAN during the ant week. Wk s lead.b
good shot, cusses a bad lon e. play every hole perfect. Here- ito a hitter.. Fishing ior the tont with a 61, but
and doesn't heitat to fall backan there, even the best goiler The game that d wa Egolf is clossg in having a 64.s
on .the ter, mostonvnient boundtom s .Mabeight one and it went into ezt With the advent of each trout,B Club Proxy Howard Tetten- T bnde e
ywonapon.- F l ii t b n a yr a m with the Yankees-n become more burn picked up onestroke to o
you won't. Flipping your lid cer ng 4-3, in the 13th. W h ed over using nymphs and wet'
money with.him," smiled the b e the old clubhouse un d r the nd late spring fishing, behind Wills with a 65. other
nations best-kenownt itemployed I had Hgfor n the Mste o grandstand. He had retired for a Thre are two reasons: one sub-par scores have been turned
dent, h recent itoin beus e or m issued a shot pinchhitter in the 11th because the game of artificial in by Creepy Surface with a 67.
the Meesl broughthi. a atioe-n tt feuse .I m aed a shot w e fly fishing is much mord fa s-,
able d. an Invitation to didn't feel I had to take a long hBefre ha left, however, he cinating, requiring more Morris Cherry and Jack Eberenz ..
play .udAu 3a, courage pmble and try to get It back gives up only eighi It8 though and art;, and second be- have 68's, Carl Serger, Leo Eber-
wift its tost distinguished ont the very next swing. I kept Butone of them got Jack riled. cause the use of live bait is enz and Joe alteroare tied at
member. reminding myself there was a It came I. the fourth Inn I n cafethe., us e somewhat Isa-2
bri o u 1 q ns a Ri this big country boy of a testing procedure. 69 and George Pescod is even par ncanto Today .35, .20 IDEAL Today .20, .1
In ad impromptu handCleap Pgood possibility lowmeot the oth- Bosto n pitcher, had stepped In- et fles should be tied on 70. Clark Gable Lana Turner James lllson,
"comt""o"' thte. --fo ap1et8 were missing -n ocIatonal o o acksbeqavyhooksand sparsely hac 1,- In "Jewels of Brandenburg"
which aL ud#d the Presid ent shot, too. I that way I was able good fast ball, tossed with an klid soa they ill sinkuckly h ucs. Wilks' wife Eleanor still lead BETRA EDl"
and Middlecoff came out on top, to play my game. Fortunately, n erhad motion- and n A wet fly withbusyhackthe ladies with her 79. Ruth Shelle Winters, n Richard Travs, n
It was goo enough." o e upper right el eventhough they may point Cherry gained a stroke during SSEE CHAMP""Last The Wild Ho
"Wei,,'e t g like :a'bac- s s. j toward the bend of tief the past week to trail Summit's
hund.r.S.pite,' ,aid theF dS ooosn
34-year -o MemphIst r. to tke the Maer with ON S b- h lt hackles .only Juvena Watch winner I with
had to to catch a plane, its par of 72. These figures aug- meroon 40eyears ago, the first i e ig hke an 80. Peggy Montanye is two
so. dw get Mddlcofs "game" home run Babe Ruth hit the One thing to-keep i mind i hrmp, which are swift, erratic strokes off the pace with an 81.
w wta note,eraetn at.. that no should be r aet when starting to number of fUes to se on
s -AM Wlabl r#hwer t Io the As -Ruthe fambe owa h h. Let them soaked In sh o !e pn. dIlen I
'ye gndoe tone a e.Wi erie an ,,r .e, lalatches a Ames, ,, ...A, 1w a
o s tan g for sub-par ed, I t Inc eae thel trenesst ly one fly ad concentrating on State's spring basketball prac-
o t reward. There Is less danger of i o a Pitch again. Further- You pioba. rem e.mer fishing It rightalunlvr
Ik aIa Lpars-and an 18- getting off the bea. more, hE would knock the guy times when some worn-out fly (Distributed by NEA Service) ty game, May 6.
hol tal M flat on his rumble seat the next took fish after fish and the n,
h-oe tol o th. '60s- E BAD FOR YOU!' time he came to bat. when It was lost and a new o..e
"Three of the pars came on A home run, you see, w a a of the same pattern put, on te
sort houlder Onhere tee shot qddi-d not saMdid. "Obviously any course thaeo- quite a thing Ian thocasion which about would90 per cen't hito y in othe The whole ticket has 44 pieces divided I.n two series "A" "B" of 22 pc each
tigo as far as he would have lik which yelds a flock of 60s Isn't madthe baseballgueif you hist more The reason: a chewed upt
oe ft in iT'm ft t iI much of a test of olf .On co m te pattern. I also am incline_
S"he grimaced "butI can s where the bs champions A THE EABS have rolled to think that most anglers who
ther than hat It must be thih mate gauge, and the player who fom an increasingly Import aunt mastered the technique of f-is-
(cesored) am." m equals, or keeps close to It, Is memory to 71-year-old Jak ing the.m because i ,they h Id I ^ O
a 'o: c se h re of a decent position. a1p, a l. F they would hae their own a- Secon P sze /
On the 18th theability. ting the bll nto the upper deck I am very reluctant to make PANAMA. REPUBLIC OF PANA
missd the en with hf a- Middlecof admits he 11dk ee landw in a white-frame ie-room The standard patterns, nsuch ..
ach f has been 'pedtrou- t wItere 60s as well a h ki nd of Y et the last thing anyo flies for any particular region 6 6 0 0
erle with bursitis In his right pater you ar"That's th e next fellow, but ," at the samever thought of this day w a a because catching fish depends
henoulder. One te sho t did not imed. h ously any c o u r e that It was an occasion which about 90 per cent on ow t h The whole ticket ha pieces dividedn two series A" & "B" of 22 w take sh
wgo as far as hewould have ilk- which yelds a flock of Bos wIn't made baseball h history. fly is fished and per cent on
ed. l know Im get t I n g mthey are baduch of a test hd tgolf. On cos- the pattern. I also am nclin U edh. . .37 32. 37
d.o he a es w e sidg "You Ruthps ewouldE h those which one seldom sees any- 2 h srs who F i Iz e9537- $ 44,- 000 1
still hit a golf bll much f a reheld par is usually a legiti- by, however, that pitch has be ask for a of flies have not
Middher thanthat.rob It must be th hematwhere there no trouble and d haptn. has the whplayer who come13.an ncreangly Import3. 243 32 3437 mastered the technique of fh-4437 437 7437
(censored) arm." ttenyuals, or keeps close to it, is memory t to71-yr-oldlim cra- k1Ing dthm, hbe c kle of t h 2t bad r
l psure of a decent position. Warhop. lhh ey would have t heiran t-e I Secondo PrizeFi Ofl P13000371I. 03
on the, 1th, the- Presi denI tJack lives at Inlip, Long Is- vorite pattern dbse
ied the green with INp- Middlecoff ad mits hd-June ) II k e land, in a whit-frame five-room Thple stof and al flyrd patterns, such
and then developed trou- the winter tour 60g o as well a house and fq:et epas t Icouplt as Coachman, Gray H eamckl-e, 7
Iwith his Putter. ...,That'. the next fellow, but at the s aof years aoutsew of, people- Mcinty, Brown Hackle, Black iiirtiPrize .5O07'$ 6, v v v v
"Nobods he realLiy toldes thate golf baeftr timehe tries to Akdbesdep I Jut othemin television producers and sports Gnat, anon cd ofCabill will taker Approximations fished From Second Pz
ht he Thught of It," laughed proper perspective. writers- h e been calling in the W -t just as well as e e PrizesNo s s a
or deoSiteointurEad toPizs ToIthe g ths .tryr torism me s ._e u se u sg e 22M. s m e r nu m *
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I ANNOVER, Germany. April "Let the people know the truth and the country s saae brewn s Libn uP S n; (
1. (UP)-The ant-rearmament ,et do ,m -- -
Socialists defeated Chancellor ed the move-
Konrad Adenauers coalition in THIRTIETH TEAR PANAMA, R. P., MONDAY, APRIL 25, 19 55.m ent of XsGaulle,
sate elections in Lower Saxon" -. ..r 'X.... o vcS e
Yesterday but failed to. win a I -' ecUion$ h.- 1
raini majority In theUeleetsla- .. --". .... --' ... .
It gave the weak Neo-M er tIncudeNatonaa- G m
Communists possible rolesrIn meant *.. .
p B'ned" against rearmament h e Soldover O_ m oe tarc YI
trcn 59 seats and the Re,_gee WASHINGTON, April 75 (UP) with Chairman Walter T. George the United States "1houldl not ban on atoi ah o'hydrogen Rally of the.1 lo st
Purty 1 for a total of 77 in -The State Department held iD-Ga.) of the Senate Foreign be unmindful of otur enWd." bombs and urges t at nuclear 79 seats, _e wan_ h alf of
the neow le61lember leoisla- firm today to its original decl- Relations Committee that the American officials a A th test blasts be i those they b6ld in .t n eral
ture. In the 1951 state election alon that no talks can be held United States should explore the will be watching to e r B.. ,- .councils at hip r~nah Depart-
wthey received co ne with Red China on the Formosa possibility of talks with the Red Chou accepts some of the coa- It said such Ia Lan Wa Ilm- ments. -. .. i
f of U#.but o. 158 seats. /crisis unless Nationalist China is Chinese to find out if there Is ditions lagddown by thia nation,. operative to .sale and The ge_0l Ioanell are the
SThe Christian Democrats 1 ot included, really any basis for negotiations. particularly the participationa t civilization from .thpropect of littlel. lgitures". atFrance's
S 43, the Free Democrats 12 and The department left it up to Douglas said he also believes Nationalt China. wholesale destruc.t io which various depart -ts. .They have -
cyath Goerman fPart5y 20 for an Chinese Communist Premier Chinese Nationalist leader Chi- Chou stiffened his eoadl- would result freom a global atom- only finathat, adl adnmin-
oE.all' total of 75 by Ade~.Chou En-lai to make the next ang Kal-shek should be 'repre- tlons for talks with the United Ic conflict. istrative ef!tr -tprom- OPENS l
ow r. thr wal s a question move in his bid for direct talks sented at any talks, although States on Formoss in a p i The Chinese c unLt Pre- inent polbters of
* -owever, there was aquetn- on a Formosa settlement. there are "varying degrees" of at the closing sessltof ofeO mier told theoanfe e the ne- the local Sewell Av
of nwould be mintained m But if Chou stick to his a- representation. Douglas real- -nation Bandung cofr- gotiateon lie nopo wit th | Pre r r and i
| ts would be maintained ur rtion that hi s proposal does firmed his opposition to a Unit- efce. United States should. not In the, five of his wone t .seats' meeting
The new egislt lured coalition ot affect Red Chinese de- ed Nations seat for Red China. The week-lon contarenc aend- slightest degree" affect the in the fro roond. of voting a son said
the ocnll ethe state o mands for "liberation" of For- George told the American So- ed last night w th a coM Ui Chinese demands for "libera- week ago Sunday. Both Fau re
S thent for th last four years mosa, it will just about rule clety of News aper Editors at denouncing colonialism all tion" of Formosa. and former; D fr Pierre the B
wud have t fot a nou 0e- 1t any negotiations, officials the weekend t at it is time for Its manifetation" I1 rn When Chou sed direct Meades-Pranoe presidents of
w have to re holdto nagr heaindicated.the United States to relieve apparently referring to VIP talks on Pormosawh the Unit-
LAdo tae parliament. oh. The State Department in its some of the tensions of the Munist expansionism s2o well O s Stanci Saturday, he did not Voting was two consec u-
edtveru said. original reply to Chou's bid also world "If we can." old-time imperIm 8M.. St- m anton Red Clilna's insistence tive Sundayb.
tv.one in yesterday's election. airmen. A Chinese delegation pkesman his coalition rnment kept
h the Soca sts andChris- Saturday said the lfhsee Na- their comimanimajority.
fi h Democrats creased their The American position wa tionalist should not be repre- I The cozm ,,,lost so me;
puilar vote over he 1951 state shelled out. after Chou told the sented at such a Pormosa con-! p ar n .. r a
elL tion although Adenauer's closing meeting of the Bandunq f rence. Swith I, but s attracted,
prty lost trept 'rf -n "'IAfro-Aalsian conference that his the large n er, o any
sEhminig In the state n the 1953 surprise proposal "should not in Chou had Just urged that the single French party.
ni "onal elections. the slightest degree" affect Red Opposing sides in Korea should
ice the state governments Chinese demands for "libera- seek a speedy solution of the lLocal "popu I r front alliance
cl- -se members of the federal tlon" of Formosa. problems of that divided penin- between $oclall.ts and Commu-
Bi rdesrat, the upper house of Chou had said .nothing about uila. when he referred again to nists n' y esaterd y' s voting
parliament, the election held ad- "liberation" of Formosa when he hie negotiating offer, brought gains in council seats
B qonal national significance. first proposed the direct talks. "China and the United States to both
Agenauer needs Lower Saxony's Amnerican officials said the should sit down and enter into The' Socalltas increased their
five votes In the 26- member United States is Interested. in negotiations adV settle the ques. popular vote by a small per-
S.Wadesrat to Insure him a two- hearing further word on the tion of relaxinR tension in the cpatage s compared Wth 194
St*i4rs majority for passing re- chou. proposal. But they shied 1kr -ast, especially Taiwan hile government parties lost
rmment elation. away from even the standard (nnla), he said, ground slightly. But In losing
el ection was th first repl that theyrwere "caut piously "This does not affect In the some ground in popular votes,
.test of Adenauer's pro west- optimist c..- caut y slightest degree the just de- the government managed 'to
wmn policies stnce the federal esawi Bandun Pu r- man4 6f the Chinese people to pick up .. few seats from the
ligament oted to rearm r u saidexercise their 'overeig right to Oa
. .. paien IIeie prlenia eIr o 'u sahdd th e
thandlp slated mfato- taU< wit Chi/n attend+ the ota prisoned U.S. flir!,. a gain of six. The soelallat e-
g .alr t dA hn (Com nist' Rumors had sea inthecon leted 279, a gain of 10. The
Swer Saxone Is th th It d C un fren area that Chou ight Oaulllsts retained 73 eats but
|es, i.t o-teof the aeds .al re- Chia wll agree, the Burmee (NA ldTde pho) make me statement on the lost 70. The Radical Socialat .
I bile with a population of ead-r sd- ATAFBOAIAS CONE CE Chinese Commun-st .tehr ed Americdas. But when re- and their allies won 393, al AT SeTO
| a sly .00,o00. It stretch Any the Uxcn. Insi of vw b u n- (let looks dlin Inan ortr cornered hou before te in of 11. The Popular epub me
m the.Netherlands ainn ~tween thin a atte nd Commutlat Nehru *dp.eslon of e ro-Asi nat final session, he merely replied ca won 1six., a gain of 13. onialists
h Sea down alov g the So- t hina wou have to ome dnInehr e with the er through ha interpreter that he The Moderates won 19, a ain York Ct. Th
ne. hron a three nation snce te Ceylo ehnrge that RuChou mihtssan domnaton o Irstson retaneCurtain d72 "nothinstsre to saytaned72 o 22.
The sult show that the United rates doe not reconomestatement on e rithe lost 79. The Res of urope radical soviett colo lcialist."
ol ts foreignI and pr- said they were sure theornered hou bef re the gain of 11. The Popular epub-I eet
al policies." sitlon -as spelled out in nthe 1.
yhti a Christian Democratic teate Department's Saturday I- 1 Yr I
Ifa =,n Bonn sid .the nights n had reached .n rOrmrnosa lve sense aCct \,
ll~t-nltated test on or- the Red Ch have through one dn ni Nehru sided with the ed
Spoy ailed." He.si the chnel or another nation since the ey harge that Russian domination- urtainin
eers. pportin" Adenaoergs sa.l o2elals offeredd a
as policy rcur.d the Ireat aiiK h for n Ctfommu- TAIPE-H April 25 (TP)-Adm. Radford and ad obertson were
|oritv" and the Bonn govern. nist *Bd Ntison &t China Arthur ladford. chairman of met at the airport byVice Adm. FROM 1:00 TO 5-00 P M
e "connults sh corsw that the of bother St ates does neotaton the U. Jont es of utaff,Alfred Pride. Fleet corn- colonialism."
n raton with the West." T a th It et wthh Generalisemo Chang manner, and.M. Gen. Williamh s dSHORTS CAClhMi AL
Position as the strongest has bcret chn no office ll aal att t s- 12 COMICS &CAtoS!
of Lower SxFy'Social-. 'ransmi t the United A Nat llt communique There was onmd peu- .
S' -sasd and Whl er Rob-lawr sur on here purpose f the
al poltle" o a sld uathey knew no et a iSt a'o uatw h diplomatic than
SC problems rel to the m There waSaturday talks that a cease-
Sa night sta moment had reach entation of the o-Amerlran fire in tshe rmoa Straits andc
Bsuch n .nvntDtion aboeft three ea ct thefatofMateandQuemoy fe- e Pa ct ,l
teston for- the Red Chinesnducted n islands be dsussed.B E L L
a.fe ..ala ._. Douls .. (D-_Ill.) an "atmosphere ef great har- Authoritave sources said.
posa elicy failed." He hese Re m ," th ue said Chian w bitterly opposed to 0isos
app o u rtin d tffalse Te offered aect of the conference discussing either lbect.
B__ K1mpreglo lm0rer to C r .anod rem e, top-erers and both Meanwhile, a high Nationalist.
F a poli"ured the great ugen for etting Com u-tey Radfordand Roberton brushed official who refused use o hiswere
ot" and the Bonn governtatonaeintd States.u, ade ar i byd corremapond- name said the airpt S. State Dem.
S w continueu itcoir wat p6 tnd conciliation." enth to pin down the ofdetailsf apartment's reply to an offer by ROM P. M.
So with the WiSt t Appearin on thee CB TV wh the r arrived at the marport Red Chinese Premier Chou En-
,.l ot.-- the U.N. oct W." "Get Nation," here'trsil'orno lai to nelgotite Formosa prob- CRIA
U '* M renew "ltimate purinv "i ae hereda for secret Ch- lem "le of to be desiitared."y as-
,.-nhio C hina prodisuss talksone lt-idonly that"crisis. sistanead th ou here.
.Vaua n i ml muf stne mI neai off&ilts, n to the press," He said heads fitonalists woldecu-
.W0floris. e said Chou Radford anappedWalt. negotate on here In the Unted Na-f the
may have inared ies prope exchangeo saie onl that "we tons and oly then if Red Chinaing
S alh an "adlro tacticeal man problems e etinre to with our hee as an usedthat agressore-
S. atn f ti Sre ed en ad ally o mu- anre not hu am equal world pow-
sA S t Douglas generally about three aef problems traty." the fate of ater. ndQuemoy
ST Avoids 1) Odious Onion, 2) Politics
008BT, Tenn. April 2-(UP- Immediately afterward I consider It a wonderful medici-.
S-Foarer Preident Hari.y an The former Pof greadet ar- Authorit nal toe sources a I d
ipTronmlan ato the land of had rema thi n top- about The Meanwhilehigh bevera withionalist
a that they1 Radford and Robertson brushed official who refused use of his
Srather- rather yesterday to punent ramp a correspondcul- the ramp said the S. State but --
and t t the"p and oncilan t pin dow the details often a repotent aubsttut offer by
_s Appearn g on the CBS TV wh. t athearrived at th e airport To Red Chintr Truestt ou f
the. Nat the odn- rat e the g (Te Form.) Timesa ro-
"" -" F ""' .+ I+ '".p ..liq" kn atI aimtnelega--who ftt ott brld I nto a ..
Sto d Ultim hate pI "nam '(w-heared Tranka t e made hs onyired."
aipech on the the fMta) ) a te l | refe bet Repubienan o
1stold some Is tofft l, nbtEto henrtrves "Do e awwy t son," he would
rl44ust who elebr said Chou Rted d ae v negotiate Nxon the Uonce fellNa-
al an "ad anal tactival mof u-Ih tco amfgato to th our amend as a accused ag reor
ae ap&.ma and ally..t t mu- an not as alwo w-
S. A oid 1) I,. Od .io -.s-Onion, 2)"- P oliticsfDo
.ET. -.,9il"ig cofidentlyt o..i
rery bangs'the gvif-to open the annual.
of Montgomery Ward'and'CoinmpWy at
that he would win three or four of' the
Board but conceded that Avery will reta"l-
WHQLDWWilS'D All' .
of Mqnt eryCA0
(right) taUL A etl3Le y9
y. Wolf 49 conceo, tb theo 4 sp
would retain control iot tie ci .
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