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.Ir antrymen Chou Would Let
4 Chiame Drives All Go Home, Ora
f t o Neutral State
Sn r bat over -- -
c a L wfuft forces. LONDON, March 30 (UP) The Chinese
Aeeg. ana im men, broadcast a new offer to end the Korean War today.
& T attacks proposed that all war prisoners wishing it be
S toda di nthe u*on home immediately. The others would be turned
or ao a "neutral stot. ...
r the bear. i froma etr s Amerltante
tel bsre*fo man It was a apparent surrender by the Reds eM lt
Saam !Si~S hck long-stalemoted voluntary repatriation offer. -,
)eerand Pa-. bau~t n -(as t 750 men)
da p5nd fPn, aE age However, thi Reds said their offer was "only toe
i rec ttag Bad mpajalus be- an end to the bloody war in Korea."
1w.e o rs and&$ee The do not, e said, acknowledgeg the aOuTI
9e. as di o our 4 h I & force rbf uvnown of the UN that th ore among the prisoners of wr
mas Pama"' t effectw"- dividuals who allegedly refuse repatriation." .
The j a~rate isuine barrages The statemat was made by Chinese Coinmm
,rtasi e noresrn slopes o Premier Chou Es-Lei. It was bredcast from.
Shled tthe the Red New China news gegncy and mwitore
.6o.nd & a& Redasoilt ,
for cs ban =e could close Cbou ad the pffer was made repatriationof prlg era
S with was, Letherneks only to end the Korean war and the statement sai.
yninVe reaob a peaceful settlement of "Now, in ams Uch a ls
2 eo ofONR 5th the Korean question "because ed Nations M ha oR
Both of tse questions are tie in accordance
e ase bound up t u on of 0 of the:
onleM ee.ndalrt of the thequ an
., ..l.. ..ftimast a s ptt the
s ars ote n1410tu30en0 to the whole
kyo-Gen. Mark W. Clark. prisoners or war
two eha .dto-hand fighting in RO Alled supreme Commander. is chved, provide
to o lasm am 350-yard front coat expeed -to propose a meeting at ar prompted by reM
at eqalty.e of l 10 casualties 15 Panmunjom In Korea within 48 brft aboutana
51 epAimated kled and 42 hours to open negotiations with rea n the spirit of mtWI
pMy'k Bod of. W ted wounded. the Communists on exchanging promlae."
wed a or the communists fired 1,800 sick and wounded prisoners. "To this end, the
edat o al 4aa in support of the sudden aeoul-Feroclous fight con- of the Peoples Republi of
t 1a t of tried to reinforce tinued on the Korean front. But and the government of the
vofww nt to force of two corn- Lt. Gen. MlxwellU D. Taylor, 8th ocratic Peoples Republitof
ow e th at leat one platoon Arday Commander, said he saw rea propose that both
am nowB beb ona two hour and 35- no connection between Intensi- the negotiations aouB
battle. fled Red attacks and the prison- take to repatriate,
to actisato.k. place else- er Issue, after the cessation of
f Saei long battlefront. Washington-American offi- all those prisoneao@=9 erWin
to five of wet snow claim sas the United States and custody who inal r
Sd operatons in its At es will agree quickly to triton and 40 a
east and eastern new truce talks If the ComnumIn- main prise ofwar
atpgo through with their offer n*et&U3as to
6 to arter re- to exchange sk and wounded just solution to the q E
thsthat tanks df- prisoner repatriation
or 1,404 red Moldow-British Ambassador "rtmustobe ponted
44100 in th week ending Sat. Sir Alvary Gascoline disclosed he advancing this
8t*; w wfll fly to London tomorrow on no means reim thWe
A nya Tayler ist rtoifrom his govern- ple of release and repatri
Sd eter fhell lby d me London-The foreign office war therisoner wof dloAIK
m 05 diesclosead tat Britain Is in ful otrh in.Artilet18 of Vhe
on. oomo fwtral a az rament with the Uplt o d vs convention, nor do we
o states that any repatriation of knowledR the assertion of
e a ft preeisoners must be voluntary. The United Natleos that thereB
amq A gof sick and wounded pr- among the -ronere of wa
WtIp N M fanWi Set atrols Tr benr must be settled before viduals who allegedly
pe t Iorwestern there Is any talk of new truce patriation.
e im t"s.. "It Is only to nut an end 1to
e destruction at. that the primer bloody war In Korea and in
*dft" to flo zg1ag aten on was der to reach a peaceful
.ter wheh ag- meant of the Korean qutoa
S GE0 OWN h no been reached by. cause both of these q
li. .d h t aeg-ataer at KeaUg bound up with the a
fau ha-I m s aje* the meace and security of
M or the 8th "N the Korean armlsticene- of th esr East and
Wi CA rbeen rr world. that we take this new
-e [ 5 e andre than five months. a and propose that after the
n an soutin might long sce on of hoses, tse
;,. been found to this Issue o0 @ personnel of oar h a bwho,
S f of the opposite side, oe
wCall Gtirl' whI apr.""benipfOf
over to a neutiw state
Comes To Io Trial '"
s triatio e l
will not obstruct the
'.* of an armlstice l
name-.- M Minneseta colleges. Au- ,,'., are o .vinced
Sa oOfusus-ad smie f hew sp.taken by
ade s eA as $10.00o0 In he
Mo.. Elliott, Miss Wheeler. 11 ad*Atde g6-
Daisy eer. pretitutes and four custl x5'tEr
MBsuo Bweraelzed In rat on two i aee e a
wh their apartments Jam 2. toplete acord withthoea
ment had two teleplons a a iht h
'm W ;seretrial servicee took galls dis M.
.im.. t e satlan- when the apartment were e ad i iiw ite
osibaltr that ?edeap. authorblesM the Sa gin^i1&itI~r^
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MILK, CAKES AND PIES
Orchids. In the field of entertainment, to the comic act of
thl fat bookkeeper and the southern solon which had Its debut in
the city of marvelous nonsense this past week. The Abbott-Cos-
tello dialogue of the two main parts tickled mv ribs no end. The
aside comments of some of the minor characters were also clas-
sic. When one of the end men said for example, "doesn't it seem
queer that there should be a twenty five percent differential In
favor of the worker when the government steps in a paternalistic
way and provides all these services for the workers?" Queer Is the
right world. I am still enuckling.
But it is kinda expensive laughing. Fifty dollars a month
for a shack costing two thousand dollars in 1917. Seventy-five
cents for a prescription any corner drug store in Idaho fills for
twenty five. Dollar and a half for my wife to have her tem-
perature taken by an Intern. Please Mr. Senator don't let them
give me any more paternalistic services.
But to get back to the main character, the southern lobbyist
for the Panama Chamber of Commerce who suggested that "those
who wanted cakes and pies could buy them In Panama," who
commented that "milk and ice cream and things like that could
be produced just as satisfactorily In Panama;" the all-expense-
paid tourist who had "fish and shrimp there as good as in my
And wnere was the man served these delicacies? At the U. S.
Enjbassy residence (ireep at the Governor's residence (free) at
the, Hotel El Panama as someone's guest. And how did he get
bere. By the Panama Line as a free rider. Paternalistic gov-
emment service but in this case paid for, whether they know it
or not, by workers on the Isthmus.
Sure the milk in Panama is just as good and it Is plentiful
at $120 per gallon wholesale lots, unbottled, according to a press
announcement today of bids rejected by the Commissary. And If
ivate business is able, willing and ready to make "cakes and
)Ts" available at reasonable prices why was it necessary to open
a commissary yesterday in the Republic for exclusive patronage
@1 the National Police?
i But here I go getting worked up again by taking these things
aMlously. I forget I am reviewing a comic act. If it isn't an act
ten Lord have mercy on this troubled world. If this is serious
tl y say about Korea. Communism, public debt, taxes, and other
U ngs I know little of, when they utter such lane stupidities on
S .-- Fugitive Bookkeeper.
Ph. The an' was issued a Commissary authority card while
heIe. Jstvt a memento of his trip no doubt. He bought
everyth iiIn Panaila
ONE FEDERAL WORKER PER BOUSEHOLQ
S.- Curundu, C.Z.
With this proposed reduction-ln fo#eblch has come n
u again, let us be ,lnpaBle and try ad take dare of heads of
In this area there are many who are in a very favorable po-
s ion due to the fact that more than one in a family are work-'
ih- for the same organization, or at least the same class of serv-
It would seem to me that the easiest way to make the whole
picture better for the greatest number of people would be to ad-
here to that established policy where one member in the family
Iculd carry the load Such a police if followed could take care
*< the present reduction in this area.' This policy was establish-
ed and economy the, watch word, for we cannot go on with defl-
cent spending. The sacrifices must be made somewhere, and in
nW opinion the policy of only one to a household working for the
g vernment, would iettainlv make for a large reduction in gov-
Semmetit costs. At the same time. the least number of people
wYtuld be hurt by this reduction.
From one who Is interested in reduced government costs.
Let's Cut Here.
, Answer to Previou Puzt
iThesky s JAqaplan
.nlght llgzt, 2Spakw
qIllnet n ut 3 Nerwogian
USiriLu, the 4 mtiee
Star "T '-- in
Major the soow,
I atic solo 7 4Mod
before 8 1it
can e beloved
Ity 20 Torment
r-3L3IJEj1-mVtA LAUC-1 11
LIDE-3 -.(nnr-j LUAW'.Iv
LICLA -uricl(.-irl ;Lir
LSONM Li Fj r i "IVE:
r3lmu "-" I I -Iljml I
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LJ M U 11 1 LWJ L; IULI M13 li i I i
LA r-I r I $Arluur I rilgj i
I F-I ki 1-1 rl r. iZ
ht 46 Constellation
47 Peurian prine
U Heredity units.
Organic unity wouldn't end
jurisdictional raiding by the
auto workers upon the steel
workers, the plumbers upon the
boiler-makers, or vice versa..
Obstacles to organic unit y
are many. Personal rivalry of
officials is a big one. When
two organizations merge o ne
office n ear ..Ie rgan-tn
will hb to give up is ,
The handicap of having one
organization toe big to Badoe
is not insignificant. When
there are two competitive or-
ganizations, they are both on
their toes. One big monopoly
might become fat, laszy and
more corrupt than two.
The idea that there emn be
no unity between am organl-
satem of craft aitmm lIke
the AFL and t he adid iral,
mies prediction l atetry
type of SaaNk He t 1e 00 is
now dlseouted. It is pointed
out that the huge tenaes'
union is m*w muek W an
Industrial union, but It is
pereetly at home la n* A.
tien federation a ofraft
ieer nr umber of years how-
ever, this difference between
craft and industrial unions
may hayve eonderable bearing
on future relatimm between A-
FL and CIO.
Wt ois nted out that the
period of an. almost a"n u a l
waSO Increase for U. labor,
Wh/ch has one on without
n2ti upon for the l t 20
yft.maymre, mtheO M oto
the fqljd of
- r a
gesilon in tl'l et.i, .bca n-S PN
get'tBere from thea-s* andre.:i I
People In New York are Just as
maybe a ttle more IMso,-anm jat
to et nowhere whatsoever. .
The cab drives are'ite I
usuaL There is a fine "nd fo10
ulcers and nervoms breakdowns *
haern, I am told, and It Is not
e sinus season is In fellow
the only place .
sinus is endemic. My r%&"stan0u
I clear the cutgn at Idlgrfld..au
I get home I am reahing feve
Kleenex and groping for the pir
Everybody I have R seema to.
his veins for the tm fieetor, and
moaning same. I notice that Ike'i
tie earful for the tithe season
couldn't se any reduction as lag I
Tito ahonges Toels
Is e .n.ios. t I;",..
whether on the farm, the acty n ,M
mine. oveMed nGLs..NOi.
.." Pu t". tI y
nesses in the
Least of a t witfie bakd- he u
Ing on the .;: .' of ig
World, oi umel"
spwlainglto' M'MK&Se& dUooevfiu'0
msta t .
TygolaVia n(Uidh to MpNMUJ 2tie
fned produettim with o4l uitoiW
I tat ndei no the o
f wtat undwbeM ootunIsM7-ca
figure in the
du A p ian
-'... At grhi ,
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BY rCTER ED8OlN
WAdHINOTON (NEA) -
The remote possibility of a re-
union between American Fed-
eration of Labor and Congress
of Industrial Organizations has
set some of the older heads a-
mong Washington Indus trial
relations experts thin k in g.
They want to see what it in-
volves. Would it be a good
thing for the general public in-
terest'? Or bad?
In the first place, there Is
.considerable doubt as to
whether AFL and CIO leaders
really want merger.
A conference between com-
mittees of leaders from the Wo
big organizations has bepn
scheduled for April 7. But thit
L- an old subject. If nothing
happens nobody will be sur-
If the late CIO .president,
Phil Murray, and his director
of oganization, Allan Haywood,
had lived, It is believed that.
something might have come of
the labor peace talks.
With Walter Rteuther of the
auto workers now heading CIO
and David J. McDonalddi d-
ing the stell workers, *.Wre
may be less interest.
In a way, the big kls M*.
ona orgshaluatlus ha e
needled inte this see tadk
by employers who have pn
emAght In the middle of Pus-
But the reserds indicate
there are Jut as many Ital
anile fights within APWL and
CIO as there are between
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KEW YORK.-It Is fine to be hC
onre, and neither the statue of
to Sh o t 'odn"
ot the American people. Buely,
e something ekse going m bemi
I notice that Mr. Jelke's troues.
nh, thUmg 'wh doe n d
gef were in full bloom when I le
eastatus does not .pppe ha-
nu ra~ .i 1 .
I S4 Gazing
ORdMe I cavno sm it coo
as"Ulm ."k 'I"" '
S, .- ,. .
- a not. no
n fi^e O 8BL i
ast ast"s.mI-,- '
* a t tih a -
of the somehow I a o o
L Oned W ld etM of rthat The
s i 5nt- Ah Ib wa
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to -: '
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afc 'jar^ letoni
Irifte buslneel sget-
the bemi bat
- at, 7:g
.oro r s uWa
aWL" 'of and AMA
y.^~~ todae31 8S
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dr" w youpo Ch#lt.
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f it. e tou r
gtlrids a gl u nbi
to g and donot nee, e
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cI e.o eamam, mer ad
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R S Th. t iu 'make.wery. night a
-. surprim. SpealRs.music, gospel
- That you egn'trelet and will
mise e th l-.rul
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60, ". '. ".. 1' '
you piod .th, BptIfraed.)rfT nT
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If you be
job come tI
'AU Recondiionedl Resmy to Drive
OM INING ROOM
AN4NGNS ROOM SETS
Mg to ed Forces or if you ave a steady
o. o"ur :SI d y6u o n choose your own terms
O .buy on credit.
SWIDTO: Leg Ire- a iUd. mm
bTh.d Nom"mil" gnh bdhdCs lws
IW FO TIM BST MAHOGANY
H MAl" W INPANAMA
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S- LA. MOTA
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N fn*s Rises For 7 Kids CI
ts ter, LOa ga
Left otherIess by Tornado :r. "a .,
ca tonight at 7:30. &
-- --.- The celaent of 11l 4
U.1 Als Ma1 even children, ranging from two tremmeuly g t tt"
3 '4 (y 3 house fr to 15 years old, down frOm bedj oed .
the seven. left moth- Wheeler Mountain where they
er ..les am a tora.- are living with relative l to aee
do, we 1 11ta1u0t 4ke magic the new house Wedneaday. te torm picked up the
today. < . "They are thrilled to death," and sran.ba t down rn
l r.. i*,c.'* vum' Willis said. "It's a much nicer ers. One ofe bheoy, 'loyd,
Nearly ab ters, plumbers house than they ever had before. f6red a f tred skull
D &leltAId'~,1" ll pPut IntheirThe girls can't wait to move In stinl convaiecent.
. wend ttte I onthe job and as dtart keeping house.a Th others have recovre s .
. haa4 .tbaequTvirtual- cept Willis himself. who w
I aro. Last Feb. 20 a tornado defcend- a crushed Back and get
A 1qt 119 ring of ed "like a eat roaring, red on crutches.
l~o ilat fire," as Wi described It, on In the moments of shock
nege sf -center the family's former home on the storm. Wtis and the
ma-t jaB p w three Wheeler Mountain, 15 miles from girl. Kathleen. 15. atumbled
a full dam of tbere. a mile to a neighbor's house
vld be- Willis. his wife and the young- seek help. r
oake could labor eat child, Wanda, were blown 200 Every dime's worth of mael
i, the weekends. yards away. When Willis came for the house and every o
0111N the widowed to, hla wife lay dying. The other labor were community -
head of the family, brought his children had been flung about as tons. The house would cot I
000 to buy. It has three bedrougs
Sand white shingle siding and it
liea on a slopini. wooded lot.
Willis works for the Reynold'"s '
*Metal Co.'s aluminum plant nW
[P our Oontac ealer here. He formerly worked alter,,
S* nate shifts but his boase ga ;
-' assured him that when he o '
SOFFERS back to work he will have .
STBesides Kathleen, Wanda m C'.
THE CLEANEST 1ay ymn, 10, Wesley,
Martha Rome, O. -,
it "We've never owned-our
U SETDT i r A 1 4Ihome beforee" Willis said.t
IJ I. ~ ~.n~Fj I^r e a very close family anderr
thing missing and the little ol,:
CDarT l A T about It ll the me.
I)AJ[A 'keep asking wher' m othersr .
SE__ I A FALLI. N.Y. (UP) ,.
.I vPOMTIC, M.1-der., -eyllder, O A Law-breakers in this small
.1 i m ......................... 0 tr New York community
51A ,= = ,t.ewapt to thlnk they're seeft
W te when they meet a A "
.wi walf time ................. boasts what is believed tobe n-.
only twin deputy sheriffs in M'
nation, Victor and Arthter Ba
4" I -ladr ., .est ......... 5 1s0i0 III". To coe th.e
uoai0. sTeilader, -sl **.* $1 500 fucnher, fuShee tu e u
always attend social functi-'
i PONMAC, 4-deer sedan, seat ... 1 8 together. .I%"
t l7 G o og o l ,. . -e . . . . 1i n " ' .;G r
e y&sONTIUC, 4-der. idie. | FOR .E .W
5 .. .U.. .T. $ CONSTWCTIWr
119.t..^"w" ..... s ,350 *.
'51 lO"D"-enr 1 25 5-eyllndst, 1
asDUCK 8 3Ra, 4-beer, dyafle. ,0
1 fumay evaipped .................. 2. 200
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PAOW IR Mu
Patients, Nurse Die As Fire
Sweeps Florida Nursing Home
LARGO, Fla., March 30 (UP) tim indirectly. Pinellas County
Fire, driven by a gusty wind, welfare director Angus Smith
crackled through a one-story was killed in an auto wreck as
old peoples home in a few dis- he sped an injured woman to-
astrous minutes early today and ward a hospital
33 persons perished most of So swiftly old the fire spread
them dyin g n their beds. that eight fire trucks which
Flames "higher than a tele- raced to the scene could do lit-
phone pole" drove back rescuers. tle.
ut 25 other aged and infirm Littlefield was awakened by
residents got out or were helped the crackling of the fire before
out before the fire engulfed the It spread.
rambling frame structure. "I tried to put it out with a
Most of the survivors suffered fire extinguisher," he said, "but
burns. One, Miss Minnie Goethe, it got out of hand. The flames
was in critical condition. shpt out all around me. Then I
Those burned to death were started trying to get the patients
32 men and women all over out."
65 and a heroic nurse who
saved one old woman and died Standing pitifully in the orange
trying to save another. grove that surrounded the burn-
"If the wind had been still we ed-out building were the sur-
might have saved all of them," vivors, many barefoot and wear-
said Ned Moren, 31, son-in-law ing night clotdies. Tears stream-
of Homer Littlefield, operator of ed down seamed faces in grief
the rest home. "But the wind at the loss of ttie friends of their
kept shifting." old age.
"And if some of the old peo- board for the most part from
ple had made an effort they old age, military or Insurance
could have been saved, pensions.
"But they seemed petrified The survivors, despite their
-old an scared, I guess." infirmity, had done their best to
Don Ferlita, deputy state fire help their fellows. William Har-
marshall, said an investigation din, 76, pulled to safety Gus So-
would start tomorrow. It was monson, a helpless cripple.
theorized that one of the re-
sidents obtained matches and ac-
eidentally started the fire which
was first discovered in a store MINO
It was against the rules for
the old people, some of them 1W
senile and most of them dod-
dering, to have matches.
"It went up awful fast," said S
Mrs. Aletha Herring, 30, a part- .
time helper at he nursing home.
"I went right in-the burning RS
building and didn't get a burn,
the wind was blowing the fire fI
away from me. I got out five or
"The patients were very quiet.
But occasionally I heard a
scream over the roar of the fire."
The nursing home's records -' ae an
were burned, making identifica-
tion of the dead difficult. Little- A
field's wife, who kept the rec-
ords, suffered a heart attack
after the fire and could not be ageSW
questioned at the hospital.
The fire claimed a 34th vic-
FAi* IREIGHTER SEkVICE BETWEEN
EUROPE AND NORTH AND SOUTH PACIFIC COASTS
(A Limited Numbor of Passemmger Berths)
TO EUROPE: .
8.S. Argentan ................... ...................... April 8
TO COLOMBIA, ECUADOR, PBRU & CHIL:
S.S. Cherbourg .......... ......................... April 17
TO CENTRAL AMERICA & WEST COAST U.S.A.:
M .S. Chill ............................................. April 12
PASSENGER SERVICE FROM NEW YORK TO PLYMOUTH & LE HAVE:
S.S. lie De France ...................................... April 21
PASSENGER SERVICE FROM CARTAGENA TO EUROPE:
S.S. Antilles ........................................... May 14
Weekly Iast Carge Service Between CrIst6bal, Balboa f& West Coast
of U. S. A Canada.
Crist6bal: FRENCH LINE, P.O. ox 5015 Tel. 3.2471 A 181
Panama: UNDO Y MADURO, S. A. Box 1368
Tel. PMsaum 3.1683 3-111l
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SAILING APRIL 7th.
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CRISTOBAL BALBOA 0 AD
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S.S. "CHIRIQUI" .......................... April 31
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Accepting passengers for SAN ANSJ
M. S. "OLGA MAERSK"
Sailing April 5th.
(All rooms with private or connecting bath)
C. B. Fenton &CInc. C.B. Fhentm&C.Jn
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wanted to aow real claub lt,
1 would have done wo athts
second chance u tead of
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duly encourin ht part
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bhdarp lited the
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enough Atrnh to in"ut on f
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for a alain. South therefore
e Mott rt four spades.
ened the nine of dt&-
mnds, hpng that this lead
from a fie a Lenny Brman,
,wi-known New York e pert,
mt even auiver so hetoo the
d finesse since he hap-
peed to be void of the auit.
tU LJack of diamond
hld the r trick, Harmon led
Slo trump from the dummy
and fineu the even tfam hi
ol T. fneme eIt ito
or ten o se. asnd now de
her know that he was doom-
td o lase three tru"p tricks.
The contract therefore deped-
ed on lodin no hearts.
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wlt dummyn ace of club and
u ceased his remained
top dldsrdiia low he
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net etep wasto lead a .low
trmp, firing t to win with
the Se. dard not metmr
a heart, and thought It imwte
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4de. elar rdewdd wec-
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btamd a drainsa me ata
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e he decided to
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tiered at the U aeOl Hall
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Soft Of Rainbow
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WITH TI? ID INAWTRY
ZV. ZKOPU -- Pvt. Gilbert
Rainbow City. canal Zone i
now s ,t in Koerea with the
ndd IFa Division.
The 2nd Divilion captured
"Heartbreak Ride" la October
1961 and took "Old Baldy" lat
Before his assgnment over-
sam, Uaneh nam su toned at
Fort Dix, N.J.
A former student of Rainbow
Cty MfM hNOW he entered the
Army In August N .M
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Oressy &aster Citton
M the Carload
Come see our new and fabulous collection of oharming
sun and moon dresses. You'll see all the latest fashion
styles...from the slim, slender sheath to the full,
Size 10 20
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Sea Trout (small corbina)
All ready for you to put
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You Sell 'em...When You Tell 'em thru P;A. ClassiAds! .
Leave your Ad with one of our Agents or our offices in No. 57 "H" Street PanamA
No. 12,179 Central Ave. Col6n
Jan fmu~ 1w
No. 4 Tivoll Ave.-Phone 2-2291. and
Fourth of July Ave.-Phone 2-4441
Sal6n de Belieza Americano
No. 55 West 12th Street
Carite Dr Store
10.069 Melnade Ave.-Phone 25 Colda
Agenda Internacional de Publicaciones ,.uH street corner .studalte Ut
No. 3 Lottery Plaza Phone 2-319 Phones 3.13214 and 2-3798
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Sco.uch additlouul wt4
FOR SALE _- L, ingroom, bedroom
lurnIture. also round tilt t p
d,nngroom table Phone 3-1848
FOR SALE -25 cycle Westinghouse
9 cu. ft Consider trade or will sell
un t alone Guarantee 9 x 12
Ch-nese hooked rug. 2 choirS.
Telephone toble 1451 Owens, Bal-
boo Telephone 2.4436_
FOR SALE -Or trade. Westighouse
rcfrigeralor 25 cycle 8 4. for 60
cycle. NC 30 Apr 4. National
Avenue. Telephone 2.5187, Pan-
FOR SALE -Solid mahogany book-
case with 4 glass doors, heater
element installed, size 66 x 74.
$5000 ca.h. Balboa 3101.
Married couples Latin American
dance class now forming Start
your own group not less than six
couples. Tues. March 31 at 7 30
p. m. Balboa. *"Y". 3 months
course for $25.00 per couple. Har-
nert & Dunn.
WANTED TO BUY Smooth tires.
suitable for reconstruction or will
exchange for reconstructed tires.
guaranteed "Reconstructora Na-
c.onal S A." No. 7 Peru Avenue.
WANTED.-Experienced florist Ap-
ply Acuorio Trooical. 55 Via Es-
pana. Tel. 3-5411.
WANTED: Experienced butcher.
must know stateside cuts, good
presentation, mild character, must
*peak Spanish & English 8043,
9h. St. Melendez Ave. Tel 1399.
JUST 56.00 HAVE YOUR OWN
3 bedroom beautiful chalet *n Son
Francisco de lo Caleta and a car as
First Prize. A lot of land and a car
as the Second Prize and a car as
Third Prize. Phenomenal Raffle on
April 26th for the benefit of Pueblo
Nuevo's Church. Call 2-0740. After
4:30 p. m. 2-2653.
Again To Appeal
WASHINGTON. March 30 UPI
- Atomic spies Julius and Ethel
Rosenberg make another move
in the Supreme Court today to
escape the electric chair.
Counsel for the convicted spies
prepared to file a petition for
review of the Court of Appeals
decision denying them a new
Execution has been stayed
pending the outcome of the
supreme Court's decision on the
The Rosenbergs' attorney.
Emanuql H. Bloch. was given
until today by the Appeals
Courts to file a petition for re-
'~e Rosenbergs were convicted
in March, 1951, of passing
atomic secrets of Russia. Origin-
ally they were scheduled to die
te week of Jan. 14, this year.
e Supreme Court twice has
refused to review the case. Pres-
ident Elsenhower has denied
the husband and wife team
FORTALEZA, Brazil, March
30 (UP) An open-air festi-
ial organized here for the ben-
efit of Brasilian drought vie-
tims had to be poetpoied yes-
terday because of torrential
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS RESORTS
Automobiles Do v." ahe .adrinki p.ble..am STER'S Cottages. One mile beyond
Write Alkebelles A.MyUnaous.. M Santo Clara. Completely furnished.
FOR SALE.-1950 Buick Special 4- 2031 Anie. C. Z. Rock Gas Refrigerators and Stoves.
door Sedan, perfect condition, re- W E --K.-M-I nl Bring your linens. Phone Dagmar's
dieo. dynaflow. seat covern. 5 good DR. WENDEHAKE.-Medicoal Clinic. 2-0170
tires. Central Avenue K Street comer.
SMOOT y HUNNICUTT, S. A. Telephone 2-3479. Panami. Pailips. Oceanside cottages, Saont
16th St. Control Ave. Colon. Tel. 800 JUNGLE JIM JAUNT TO DARIEN- Panaa 3-1877, Cristobal 3-1673.
WE PAY CASH tar used cars & ell spnored by Hotel El PoeI-- a ilr1mlnach 3-18 Cra 3-173
on TERMS Agencias Cosmos,3-4-5. Last trip of the Ie ai mlch Sant CJra o
Auto-Row 29, Tel. 2-4721, Pan-,due end of Aprill. cottages. Electric Ice boxes, gas
ama 3 full days of interest, fun! Leave stloves, moder rates. TeIegd ue
-.-.. IFriday April 3rd., 7:30 ao.m. Return 6-441 Gombom, 4-567 Pedio Mi-
Beautiful 1951 Chevrolet 2-door Se- late Sunday, April 5th. Fishing guel.
don, Styline De Luxe, hardly used, through the Pearl Islands, visiting Williams' Santa Clara Beach Ot-
very good condition, radio, seat with the -primitive Choco Indians. tags. 2 bedrooms, refrieration.
covers and 5 good tireS. spearing crocodiles, cruising up Sam- Rockgoas rangers. Balboa 2-3050.
SMOOT y HUNNICUTT, S. A. b'u river aboard El Panama's Pescado- Except week-ends
16th St. Central Ave. Colon. Tel. 800 ra. Bring old clothes, comfortable -
FOR SALE -1951 Ford'Vi 4 door shoes and DON'T FORG YOUR FOR RENT
custom sedan. new seat covers. CAMERA. 3 Glorious Days. For rnser- R R
sun visor, good tires. Less than 12, volons phone Jungiq Jim. HOTEL EL HoUses
000 miles. Excellent condition PANAMA, Panami, 3-1660 or see ----- H _OU____
0777-E, Williamson Place. Balboa your Travel Agent._ FOR RENT:-Completely furnished 3
FOR SALE bedroom house, beautiful lawn.
BARGAIN. 1949 Buick Super 4-dentr FOR SALE For approximately 2 mornhp.
Sedan, with dynaflow, radio, seat Swould consider 2 responsible
coven, excellent shape, easy pay- Miscellaneoum couples. Call 3-1169.
SMOOT y HUNNICUTT. S. A.
16th St. Central Ave. Colon, Tel. $00
FOR SALE.-Chrysler Windsor, 1950
excellent condition, low mileage,
extras. Rodmon, 3563
FOR SALE:-1950 Chevrolet 4 door,
A-1 condition, new 6 ply tires.
Bargain, $13.00.00. TeL Panama
PRACTICALLY NEW. 1952 Buick
Super Riviera, very low mileage,
two tone gray and blue with dyne-
flow, radio, seat covers. For sale at
SMOOT y HUNNICUTT, S. A.
16th St. Central Ave. Colon, Tel. B00
FOR SALE:-Morris Minor, new. $1,-
200. 321-D, Ancon, C. Z. after 4
GOOD TRANSPORTATION. 1 9 4
Buick 2-door Sed, good running
condition. Easy-payment. Fr sal
SMOOT y HUNNICUTT. S. A.
16th St. Central Ave. Colon. Tel. 800
FOR SALE: 1949 Chevrolet con-
vertible. excellent condition, duty
Paid. Priced for fast sole $85000
Telephone Albrook 83 2179 from
0700 1530 hours.
1950 Chevrolet 2-deer Sedn, excel-
lent condition. 5 good tim. For
SMOOT y HUNNICUTT, S. A.
16th St. Central Ae. Coleo, Tel. 800
FOR SALE:--1950 Chevrolet 4-door
Sedan De Luxe. Call CAstobol 3-
1949 Chemrole 4-door S-dom, /ylin
Do Lux, beautiful rmmionn-
dition, very good tim, easy-pay-
nmles. For sale at
SMOOT y HUNNICUTT, S. A.
16th S. Central Ave. Cole. Tel. 00
FOR SALE:-Buick Super Sedan '47.
Excellent condition, $975.00. Call
after 4 Navy 3544.
1950 Mercery 2-door Sedae, hardly
ued, very low mileage, with seat
coven, 5 ood tires, at
SMOOT y HUNNICUTT. S A.
16th St. Coneral Ave..Col. Tel. 800
FOR SALE: Buick 1946 Super 4
door sedan, radio, heater, under-
coatoled, good condition, $625. Tel.
Ft. Clayton 3103.
1949 Ford 2-dooe Sedan, good rmo-
aing ceeditiem., good tirms, ey-
SMOOT y HUNNICUTT, S. A.
16th St. Central Ave. Colon. Tel. 800
Has everyone seen the good looking
1951 Ford for sole at the en-,
trance to Williamson Place? Call
1950 Buick Super 4-door Sodae,
r ood ev, easy as yment- .
SMOOT y HUNNICUTT, S. A.
16fh St. Control Ave. Colon. Tel. 00
FOR SALE-i 950 Chevrolet De Luxe
Sedan. Only 16,000 .miles, excel-
lent condition. Also misc. house-
hold things. Call Mr. Piper, Balboa
Of Girls' State
The newly elected governor of
Caribbean Girls State for 1953 isf
Shirley Million of Balboa.
Elections were held here last
Lt. governor Is Barbara Hickey
of Cristobal. Kay Dignam of
Cristobal Is secretary and Mariab
Evans of Balboa is attorney gen-
The following senators were
elected: Connie Blackburn, Mary
Lou Allen, Bobbie Joe Oglesby,
Maricha Tagaropulos. Mary 81e-
gel, Mary Hanna. Ann Pace, Ma-
a Rose, Beth Hackett, Arlene
andergrift, Mercedes Pearson
and Donna Geyer.
Marilyn Abrou and June Row-
ley were elected county sheriffs.
ie rls State as been In ses-
lm since last Friday and will
oclude Its sesion Thursday.
1 English apadcitor
f..: am M r'B -TROPICAL ELECTRONICS,
._____________-am- aw se sata M.S
7-UP. Ironbeer. and "Soda Trop,-
cal" home delivery for Canal Zone,
Army & Navy, employes, please
call Panama 3-0996 for service.
FOR SALE :-Doberman Plnscher Pup-
pies, Steer, 123 Via Porros, Tele-
phone Panama 3-0314. Come and
FOR SALE: Complete household
furniture. 1948 Eight Cylinder
Ford. Phone Balboa 2107.
FOR SALE -Motorola Radio Phono
combination, 60 cycles only. House
SAVE YOUR MONEY, buyng almost
new tires of all sizes, just received
by Elsenman Used Cars. Peru Ave.
No. 8. Tel. 2-4516.
FOR SALE: -"Tape-Master" tc
recorder, microphone, two re
tape, splicing equipment, 60 cyc
new. Also baby bathinette, bot
sterilizer, stroller,, fair conditi
House 2113-A, Curundu. 1
FCV SALE.-Webster Chicago Wi
recorder, 60 cycles with new n
crophone immune to moisture a
temperature conditions, price 51
Phone Balboa 2-184 offer 4
FOR SALE: Doberman Pinsch
mole. 3 months old, black a
rust, Tel. Balboa 2915.
FOR SALE:-Flowers, canaries, fish
aquarium supplies and magozir
Acuano Tropical. 55 Via Espa
FOR SALE:-3 marine transmissions
and clutches. 1 I 1-2 to I. Fits 671
G. M. Diesel. Tel. Balboa 3019.
FOR SALE:-Amateur Transmitter,
400 watts, 25 or 60 cycle, com-
plete with cabinet. Many other
items for amateurs, experimenters
and rodiomen. 45th St. No. 3,
near Belle Vista theatre.
FOR SALE:-Registered blonde cock-
er puppies. Phone 83-2294 or
Qtrs. 538-B. Curundu Hgls.
FOR SALE.-60 cycle Moytag wash-
Ing machine, with automatic pump
for emptying. New, from the States
cost $190.95, used very few times
will sell for $125.00. Excellent
condition. Ft. Clayton 87-2183.
FOR SALE:-Completely automatic
washing machine. 60 cycle. Ben-
dix De Luxe. Excellent condition,
sacrifice $95.00. Fti Clayton 87-
FBI 6rabs Bmthers
Wailed For Murder
Of Dock Wemer
ST. PETERSBURG, la., March
30 i(UP- The FBI announced
today the arrest of brothers-
Francis and Mike Murphy,
wanted In Hoboken, N.J., on a
charge of murdering a dock
worker nearly two years ago.
Acting on a tlp supplied as a
result of the FBI's published
identification list of fuUtives,
agents found the Murphy bro-
thers last night living under as-
sumed names in a cottage at
nearby Madlera Beach,
The FBI said Francis, 26. and
Michael, 20. had been living
there since Sept. 15 "taking life
easy and fishing." Francis was
arrested a short distance from
the beach house and officers
found Mike fishing from a near-
by bridge. Both readily, admitted
their identities, the FBI said.
The-brother were sought In
connection with the murder Miay
21, 1951 In Hoboken of Nundlo
Aluotto, dock worker and union
leader. A shooting fray broke out
during a union conferOnce in
the River street office of LOaWI
867 of the International Long-
shoremen's Assolaton (AK.)
and AluhMo Wa ft doftu o
floor of the frence room fa-
tally wounded. ,
Frahces and lke fled iamn'
with another M WORM
Murphy, t&a *ia UNd. A
surrendered a r< weak teial
nd all three m Jfr
murder Iov. -
FOR RENT: Beautiful residence.
Phone 2-2145, Panama.
FOR RENT: New house, Parque
Lefevre. For information West 12th
street No. 8, upstairs, Panama.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom. apart-
ment to tenant willing to pur-
chase furniture. Telephone 3-1909
FOR RENT:-Attention G. I. modern
apartment, hot and cold water,
furnished, new. Tel. 3-4941, Pan-
FOR RENT:-Completely furnished 3
. bedroom apartment in best resl-
dential section, Bella Vista. Call
3-3268 or 2-3438, Panama.
FOR RENT:-2 bedroom apartment.
No. 12, 6th Avenue, Coco del
Mar $35.00. Telephone Panama
Mn FOR RENT--For 2 months, modem
00. well furnished apartment, BeHa
I Vista. Telephone 3-3268 or 2.
ILI 3438 Panama.
er, FOR RENT: Furnished aportenut
and with Frigidalre. gas stave, milltaWs
inspected. Via Espoiao. House be-
- fore Juan Franco.
es, FOR RENT: Furnished 2 bedroom
a, apartment, near Bella Vista theater
with telephone. Call 3-1029.
FOR RENT:-Furnished room, cool.
clean. beautiful location. 48th St
No. 7, Bella Vista.
FOR RENT:-Fumished room. access
to refrigerator, stove, livingroom,
dn nroo ell Vistq. Telgephkne
ilft UP YourMeatds
(A Lenten feature of The Pan-
ama Amerlean, prepared by
the Rev. M. LA. Coeon. i-
copal Church of Our Saveour,
EMPFT OR FULL
"My House hall be Called a
House of Prayer; but ye 4-IA
made It....." ead St Matt.
Jesus on the fint Palm land
enters Jerusalem amid t
shouts of His short-lived triuml
and then "He went into U
Temple, and began to c a
them that sold therein, I
them that bought: saying uA
them. My House Is a House
Prayer: and ye have made it
dtn of thieves. And He tanu
daily In the temple." first
must cleanse the Temple befc
He could teach in it. Before z
conciliation to Chrid could
possible, there must be' puritf
tion. He first cleanses and eO
ties of evil, and then fills l
We recall the man of whon
our Lord told about, Into whosp
soul after it had been wep
clean then catne seven more dew.
Us. because had left his soul
empty. We are never unless
We have replaced evil defila.
1e good. It was this issue of the
dleansln of the Temle In tw ,
midst of His popularity whteb
finally combined our Lord's emse
mies against Him and led to is
So He offers to man the low
end service of Himself that. e
flU the soul se that theM may
be no room for evil. aut ourw
souls oa a beO fhed9 Itl B
love and saith, we B=60-B
Pay en and get mof
ReynoMs LIFETIMe Akla.
anom Corrugated Roofg
Rust Proof, Needa no Pals
Permanta, Repi R ,Sa
Kmbo ed for Geitor.
Beauty and gMtwy.
CEO. F. NOV'Y INC.
(where pakin a L=)
SCentral Ae. -. T. A-0140
Shipping, movtng utorm .
We paak and orate or move
anything. '"Pi w 24461,
DEALERS 8k:EW AND
41 Ato BOW
#3 UUT SELL
Dr. GOwALDO. L
9 St. a Meliade. A
mears: I aj.. to l
Sp.i t.o ia
1946 Olis"t to. am
194 c. 1 a lick..* Uer Soft
1949 Ford, 4-do S..e'-a -'
1950 B" Sager sw Annutd PtsoWver ae
1947 BuEick Super Beg.i" A .tS d r ,
1959 SOdebk Sed ., s
1948 Studeakr Sedam ,. ,,N. a, ..-tI...W,& ,,-&.-e' fl -
1947 Mercury Covertlble
1949 Studebaker Coupe
1950 DeSote Sedan
1915 Packard 4-door,
1949 Bulcdr Super
1951 Chevrolet, 4.domir
1952 Chewolet Coupe
1947 Plymoatb, 4-door
1cm," wIfr~,-tltagrwed hy
hrPUgbessov Us 5v
lowa today amdown
1 the J
sur mwu J
1948 Chwelet Floethoe
1952 Fo l, 8, 2 1 r,, .w ,p -
1951 Ford 8, 2-door i i...
1949 Plyaouth, 4dor -
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1947 Ford Gope- '
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THM BCIrT YOTLL S
"THE THIEF OF VENICE"
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The LUX Theatre will exhIMt
BffBTH OF VBtNW"
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CENTRAL Another tech Suprp'odction!
wit Jacques Baumen Joa.M kua
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PAN A NB UA 5XI s.,'
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David NIMen Marrpmet
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Pacific Divisional SotbaU L u
Final Batting Avere P. Yearwood INB) 32 10 .S
(C.D. Clarke, Jr., Scorer) C. King (CTM) 16 5
.3 ancud over) R. Jones (CTOC) -0 .
AS H AVM. I Lterlilg
R. Davis (AT) 16 10 .625
W. Muke (CL The 3619 .5
R. Fremnu (t!LO) U 17 .5pld 15 r*
3. 0 15 .5630 BAe .is.5
J. Simmons (1B) 12 6.500 T A-- e Nor
I. Haynes iCTC 10 .500
F. LoMep (AS) 13 6 .482
0. Bourne (r) 24 11 45L The Paonm Roftrianss.
H. Foulen (CTC) 11 5 .455 d the serm being played w. h
R. Mcean (1B) 26 12 452 the Admmin. ee. ?s by mlA
H. yt (AS) 26 12 .452 0 toI8 ines Thwu aft VAO
. CUUUlo (AT)' 29 13 "448 Anon L2Undry field.
vrro (AT) 2 The winners ot fto an -
L A 27 12 lead and withstood th
-. Muiay (AO) 188 fa mouse 0 lat Inninp drive t-
MI Abrahams (AS) threatened to turn thea
B. McGrat (AL 18 8 to a victory for the w : w 0-
Cleo. Parris (PCT) 25 11 .440 larmen.
L. Martin (AS) 16 7 Capt. Dick Dehlnier u the
R. Humphrey (MCT 32 10 .5dope bucket and threw two
i. tspatriLc (AS) 26 11 .43 hoes at the aepes. with Wr-
ST (AS 19 41 during Dick Nelson serving th e
el ez (AT) 19 8 .3421 from the mound for the the
Crwell (AT) 3 13 9 three imings and a omgla t-
R.M)Wh5 7In the fourth wt d mntri
r ne (A TO ) 324 10 13 o rtwi a a
S(CTS ) 5 17 a-eI wa not until the la
Sr (S T) 12 5 .417 enn that the bCA. coul do
SL.vi (CLO) 3 9 312. o much with thee two titterM ie
W. Jrul, ) 39 8 .3 the wlnnera went into the me-
IO. le enth 3nnln4 aporting a to .4
0. 3oaer -#M 7) 32 .' lead. a four-run rally for tM
I, Etols( .N ) 15 6 losers put them within hrllog
A. Inttos NO) 10 .4 dtanc of the Rotai
. Petit (AO) 208 .0 "Twinkletoes" Hale rnd
i. SilthlE (FE) 28 1 .393 ora]y with a onehaned ab of
"Bl Wigirs bid for a hower aaGt
. Prescot () 26 10 385 almost bounded pe t h mn ad
R. oldswn lAO) 34 13 82 threwto hometo CutdoMT ISw
. Aurttn (MIR) 24 9 375Jim Thompson Jr., for tl'Uscd
A. Danders C(S) 32 12 .375 out and break up the l.
R. Jordan (RPE 32 12 .375 Once again. tbe oututuIdifg
R. Foster'ICU) 35 13 .371 defensive plays of the me wSne.
H. Hdrtsdo (I) 27 1? 10 turned In by the tartan out-
A. Porras (A 131 11 .31 field a time and again they
R. Tucknal (AQM) 34 12 .254 pulled down drives thatwerel
R. Brooks (PCT) 17 '6 53 belled for base hits Ro "Crh"
R. RobertsAT) 20 7 .350 OGlkenhaus. Leonard "Twkle3K
V. ewland (A 23ale nd (AOCarlo de a
E. Clarke (CTVC) 26 9 roamed the outer 3aturi In
R. White (AL) 12 4 -333 ftne fauhlm or the *bimw .
H. Turner (AO) 30 10 .33 "l jo" j mith, be "
R. RI tar (AQM) 30 10 .333 Lala" Lawler and To Bttm
V. Wiso AS 2 9 M 3 were added to thexel.wp
D. Brown (AS) 12 4 .333 but even witb their bl 'yantly
T. Lopes (AS) 21 t M333 the boys from Wb=dem i'
L Tizt(CLO) 36 12 .333 could not get to the -uu .
C. Jones (E) 12 4 =33 itchnhi-or Nelson and pWbSm
B. JaramiUo (IB) 24' 8 3M3 Bill "the Goater" Win, h em
W. Walker (NO) 15 5 33 of last weeks gRaMe-for th
D. Holpes (NSM) 18 6 .333 zecs.. was the la litter owat
n. (P(M -18 6 533 the Kgam getting9qur=
M Bete (AO) 31 10 33 five tip w t
D. Lashley (N8). 28 9 .321 oln ra bam
0. Aleman () 25 8 .320 tnhe next game wfMbe pl
f0. ti (90P 19 6 .316 ALpril at th oAn '
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Thousands Brave Rain
To Pass Queen's Bier;
Funeral Is Tomorrow
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TWENTI.-UGTH TEAR. PAli T.o 4 M 3
LONDON, March 30 (UP) the age of 85, the remains of I 12' -
Thousands braved the rain to- Britain's Indomitable old lady ,
day to pass by the bier of Queen had lain in the dimly-lit, 325- .
Mary in Westminster Hall while year-old Queen s Chapel, ad-
Europe's dwiroling ry aIty joining Marborough House. A
gathered for the funeral tomor- Members of the royal family' Mi io kI i?
row at Windbor Castle, seat or kept a day-and-night vigil, but-. .
Britain's kings and queens for the public ,as excluded.
many centuries. About 1.000 soldiers, sailors,
About 50,000 people had passed marines and airmen preceded
solemnly by the catafalque on the coffin along the route of the m T a ml K ills c
which Queen Mary's coffin rests procession., marching to the 3 I 9 !. I I s S c a
by midday a throng that muted music of guards' bands.
would have been many times The four "R lDukes"
greater had not the lying-in- The four "Royal Dukes" CONNEAUT. 0., March 28 (UP) or do anytil'te tt WMa- a C Quardauxill meet-onl deaoa ib the aulde
state been televised to millions Prince Philip, husband of Queen -The New York Central an- ter WblaV.M saMMl ..In in* called the Awful talk abdft."
last night. Elizabeth II; the Dukes of Wind- nounced today that a r. knock- It was .nto r .tite ag of his toppledoa ten Wren erted
Queen Eliza3eth and the Duke sor and Gloure.tor, Queen Ma, 's ed out of line by a sec of fall- time and the adent led re e ,o Ing d s even
of Edlnburg wont into residence sons, and her grandson, the en pipe caused a "fret'" accl- along 4 deslate tre5l "I wi ~"M uone a Wthh .
at Windsor Castle today in pre- Duke of Kent walked direct- dent Saturday night which as "slate dumve. el cOl," IaIr d M Al
paration for the funeral In St. ly behind the coffin, followed by two of its high-speed passenger gle lane ir'road- .' ,-the "withm o m rr t
George's chapel. Staying with other British and foreign royal- trains and a freight weO derail- scee '~a bo.. a .r- side. I trWb -boug
them toni ht will be Queen Ju-tY.- ed in a monument pile-up ried out to flow Me th. Mo
liana of Holland, King Baudoin The ar'Thbishop of Canterbury which killed at least 20 persons. The grim task rr- n before m anye"t b t1
of Belgium, Crown Prince Olav conducted a brief memorial aer- ed .rom deal and tianprtl lp ." N.Y.
of Norway and the Duke and vice as the coffin was laced The "one-in-a-millin accl- bo to nea conunl di Unln dg re- ald M
Duchess or Brunswick.Dkta on vcthe catafalque where wlc will dent happened jut the not ed. for mer than 12 ha. mored to*d to. be at earlier,
Other foreign royalties who remain until early tomorrow Ohio border in P vania.- The. d road roon turnEd irs. 4 lo"pe. dated by the could
will attend mne funeral were morning. about two miles east here at qua tre n. mte early-mr i eperno m them could alme.
Queen Frederika of Greece, King From Westminster Hall, the about 10 p.m. (EST) Saturday rain. ellseers calerided m av Ol- yt&. W
Hhasein of Jordan, Prince Felix body will be taken by car to night. As a result the dead were theInured almo a h o a.alf to .nu ..t..
of Luxemboury. Prince and Prin- Windsor Castle, where It will be taken to a morgue In Erie, Pa, m. -t r oelethut-1 ; W l t I -
ceas Pa.l o Yugoslavia, Prince laid to rest in St. George's where coroner Warren Wood soon. efamined w t ati -
Berti of Sweden. Prince Georg chapel beside the remains of identified 15 of 47 brought In. fle *4' _he uerm and curlou.
of Denmark, Prince Chula of King George V. W. C. Mulligan. deputy coro er i at r first reports -off r
Thailand, Prince and Princess of Erie County, Pa., at the mne m the accident were rectelvd re- .-
George of Hanover, Princess Eu- Th of the wreck, said over 100 cu uni s*trted towd the A
one of Thurb and Taxis and Theater W U the estimated 400 persons on the A*e, nA le-roar meto JUi
P ce and Princess Lyols of trains were Injured. They were Clevelad arrived p .
H^ne mI JI nce rushed to hospitals here and In and Red Cros s blood p0a. .
UllnIU lS nearby Ashtabula and Erie. similar train headedigt r (P
The beat of muffled drums NYC General Manager Charles rEe. (P
echoed through the London Wigley said: "I don' tee ,it. I- r
Queen Mary loved as; her coffli Wllma tlm Wllim and I can't say how many irtall- An War" w/ 1e "
was borne In procession from ties there are. There's always a cameS3 tSe-d53 t aisthe
Marlborougn House to the 854- For the second consecutive chance we'll find more ethe r. WMar h- (US) -
year-old temple of English law. year The Theater Guild h time we lift a piece of reer. ofiOkm PlOc.- oDe aSm",lear l -.l
The queen wl lie In State walked off with the Blue Ribbon W. Dice, asstant ,, rm o- m .ead l i&
on a catafalque erected over the Award for the best pla during tendent of the Erie office of the odtt
apot where the bodies of her the judging of the l NYC, said that "It would be two a.._.....a.. u
husband, King George V, and Drama Festh al of One-Act Plays daes before the final death tall i --
her on, King George VI, also Saturday. can be set" We saidRM-V
_re.ed-.efore .burial. . The pla yT w award was given to eratli from here m t
since her seath Tuesday atI "The Valiant" which was direct- slow and that .sevralM
ed by Gracelyn Johnson. It was In" cars would have to be ds- .
a* T a presented, together with the mantled "piece by piee.e 'vbl t SO
OiLMmB lkSl other entries, at the Crittobal .
IAEc riu osr 9 High School auditorium. In an offaili d a. mmthe Ma t t
IS'L -1 Taking part in the prise-win- railroadMd ILda o ht -- el el.
1 At IM fl I ning play were Stanley Fidan- erred when ilet a et au (r ..'p a
S que, Douglas Maduro, Jim Wil- Cendela earS eOLasi tmt-bu was
w ams and ue eats. fregt brke, allu a few lt" '.,
-m -- Pinto, a senior at the Cristobal off. mment. .
WASIINIW10N. March 30 (UP) HihSchool for bis-comedy role
WAlOW Sterling Cole (R O Cox l "Cox and BOX." The "One of the pipes hit a north Mhe .planm I.thLlUs. ud'I
N.MT.) oda'"y't omer Pre-p ly was offered by the Cristobal rail ahead of the wstboud pas- security. Agenc ato fl
debt. d t kno w what Hgh School Theaplans and Dra- singer tracks.. .Just ahead of eded npaen a. te a
he about"when he matic Club. the Moha*k (Buffalo-to-Cbcago m caim and Welfare, R. .
he ta-s L tRo whena Miss Grace Williams won the train.)" The Mohawk's locomo- elevate IM asQIMI, .Ia
p s dors tlatomic bomb. Ibest-actress ward for her por- tlve was derailed when it hit thE Ptegt 'SAULlfdr s pyP a_
odSe. a member of the Joint trayal of the wife in the drama damaged rail and was fluhg a- cabinet rank. with the o
Congresional Atomic E nergy "The Monkey's Paw." This was against a passing westbound d certary."
Committee said r. Truman the Cristobal Little Theater treit, knocking 15 of its cars The oue ed.
"did not take much personal in- production. Honorable mention off tetrack. March 18 sby a Ln se
tet n atomic matters. fr a bit part in the same play The Mohawk's ars behind the h*e .wAs ttlI the. f~ ,
"His personal knowledge of went to Paul Beck, the _ri locomotive then derailed and either party_ to a
the subject was quite limited- of Crlatobal Hig chool. blocked the eastbodni aasenger let President -af waahgpe.
something that bias been appar- The festival, held on the Isth- track adjacent toIt. The speedy government r gaiblitlap U w ald e A so
eat from other statements he mus for the second consecutive St. Louis-to-New York southwest take effect. 0 r
has made In the past." Cole said year. Is sponsored byUNESCO limited was app ching just normal I a eI
"His suggestion that Russia and the Thespian Troop 217. then and crash edInto the derall- into efeit B4
might not have the atomic bomb During the .month of March, ed cars of the Mohawk. submitted,
Is. of court e, utterly false." theater groups throughout the "It all happened so fast. no one majority vote of II' fL 1 LSrwa l
Cole made the statement dur- United. States take part in the had time to flag any other train Senate. .. +m r
. Ing a radio interview with Gan- festival. -- pm "l
S net News Service. The Theater Guild has won ft. w o
When Mr. Truman expressed four qf iat blue ribbons award-1 i I V I I. l wm. r
doubts that Russia had a usable ed so far, during the two years cotan Ya d U nea rt"
atomic bomb shortly after leav- the festivals have been held c la /ard U* e"SII
Ing the White House Jan. 20. a here.. bel
nationwide controversy resulted. Three prizes are awarded each C \" .
Several ~tomic acien7ists came year. lAst year The Theater Sota glnf gS 6th Victim .
to the former President's de- Guild won all three.- m.
tense but the Atomic Energy Judges for the drama contest t .
Commission said flatly that Rus- were Mary Worell, Reid R. Mc- -- 0 -
ula thus far has exploded three nlvaine, and Bremer L. Jorstad.
atomat "ob." ------- LONDON, Mara 30 (UP) -
Prde Scotla nd Yard reported today it
Co0mmunis Parade had une r *ed the rubble-
choked backyard Of a central
London tenement *hat "appear
0 0 A e Broken Up to be" the bones B the Notting
4Lea party ..tsa Hill strangler's lth victim.
wr ByRolme Polkemenwn otyeit _ the pox
m al ability that even further grisly
ROME. March 30 (UP) discoveries might be made at No.
Pol- Me Marn h o o 10 Rllintln ae where the
--the a today to break up ass chance finding of three bodies
,,st Romeda t br.e cup entombed In a pantry alljl ta
R eCommunists tryig to Tuesday laid bare O pne of Brit-
S l parade during a 16-hour nation- lan's moan-t brua -ma-klln
/ & -ed M I inwo thie "erall b rwkei orer by the Red toof e ce-si'ntuh- -e-o" '.9"
A n .....e .ele In prost enam e approval of the i
A. I pc ienets oral reform. I '"uhre is a pos-sibilty that a,
PO. ..0.d 4 sfCommunistswere sixth body has been ud O .te,,the
O u$m wKa ItIdtainreMdYbypode t lice i n Rome and spo esan sad d. tag ,
f epapperIrmoveseds.d irupt.ea t sand streetcarin the garden of the hou' "
Ssi smi eIpcageofhr service sthe drougho urt thecountryd When premed for clarifica
el vls ib 2e*spb o" w.et ,blue tfared byn far from turning ton, he dded:m T.hey appear to.
I I s u r e h e she- - p p e r -s h .. I n to th e g e n e ra l s t r ik e o r d e r / b- '? -e h- e 'b e e n
-"e e Via&cIs. oW ead chII" p by sthrie oduer-o. be tho.seof sixth v.erson.n".,. .
em erislrts., ,. Ia fato en s* n h esp Meanwhile, Scotland Yard lad
"94 add *Asalse re I IAtMtwhe r a red tonghold police former throughout UiS-
s Ires =ca lory I cupra b 'm
_" ..... thwo dheo e P eI "ee police The"nAw m ,
,adsr oro u- c ap the cnd laetd p tonan4
I, oo e8 sot shou~ w anin g t h aio e
,a foo ueooane d the Reds of the
e wa".fini bsrtoep uppederood vng
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