The Panama American

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Material Information

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

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:01555

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WASHINO~dON, April 6 (UP)
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plans to hold aeries of "anti-
crime" eloal conferences
throughout the country this year
in an effort tb cut down on hi-
Jacking and other crimes Involv-
ing interstate shipments.
FBI Directot J. Edgar Hoover
said there has been "a steady
rise" in the rate of thefts from
Interstate shipments--a federal
crime.
The conerences, to be held in
over 100 Amerian cities and
towns, are desls ed to bring a-
bout mor effective cooperation
between lea enforcement agen-
cles in combatting this type of
crime.
The dates for each of the con-
ferences ar% only tentative. But
in general the parleys will start
this month and continue
throughout the summer and fall.
ending n December. Besides FBI
agents azd local law enforce-
ment officers, experts from the
transportUtion field will also par-
ticipate.
The Fg bld these other parti-
cipants ill include "railroad
police, terminal and dock guards
and military police."
In annouWlnl plan for the
conference Hover said that the
need for McWl a program has
been demastcated by the fact
that in 10M thq number of ma-
jor crimes e. the unitedd States
exceeded 2iG000 for the first
time In history. .

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other Easter came with hope and
went with disappoaitment today
for John L, Sutherland, 70, of
Vancouver, B.C., who believes his
missing son is alive.
An official report lists the
son as missing and presumed
killed in a Canadian Air Force
mine-laying action in 1943.
Sutherland patrolled the King
Croas main line railway terminus
here Good Friday, Saturday and
yesterdsl. Porters recognlaed
him af the man who had scanned
the face of passengers for the
last five tasters.
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the' mat platform' on Easter
Sunday, 1M48. They stared at
eaeh. Other, 'and before ButheriL
land oul speak they were part-
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PAGE FOUKC


IN HOLLYWOOD
BY ERSKINE JOHNSON
NEA Staff Correspondent
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HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Holly- Jerry Lewis, on his appeal to
words on the Record: Jeanne the kindergarten set:
Crain, once named one of Holly- "That's easy to explain. I do
wood's worst-dressed women, on the things that kids do. I kick
her present-day chic: people in the shins, I spit in peo-
pie's faces, I hit people over the
"When I started in pictures, head. When I was a kid, loved
the idea was to look as unlike an Joe Penner because he talked
aetres as possible. Then it final- like a kid. I used to wait outside
ly dawned on me that an actress the stage door in the snow to get
should look like an actress, be- a look at Joe."
S gpan making a conscious effort to
S ftudy clothes. I've learned a lot. Kurt Kasznar, after being cast
No more dirndls and Mexican as Sigmund Romberg in a movie:
blouses for me. "I met Mr. Romberg before he
i t Pi, on his died and asked him if he had
Vinent Price" oan his horror any special ideas about how I
roloe n "House of Wax": should portray him. He told me:
"Horror pictures have a defl- 'Just play me good.'
aite place in Hollywood. They
sever should have been aban- Director Marc Daniels, on Joan
dned. I hate to think of the Davi' derring-do In TV's "I
money they've made for the stu- Married Joan":
dios. I was crazy about Lon Ch We put her on wires to get
ney. He scared the bejeepers other up n the air once a week.
of me. You never forget great Joan's a very brave dame. She
performances in horror pictures, never asks for a double."
Who will ever forget Freddie
March in 'Dr. Jekyll and Mr.
hyde?'" RUTH MILLETT Says.,.
Donald O'Connor, raving about
Janet Leigh, his co-star in
"Walkin' My Baby Back Home": A TINY sound recorder has
"She's sensational as a dancer. been used to get a record of
When we began rehearsing, she the buying public's candid reac-
told me that she was slow. But tons. Let's hope the women
she works 10 times faster than never decide to use it.
S do. She'll be the top musical It can be hidden in a pocket to
comedy star of Hollywood if she's pick up conversations on spools
given a chance." of magnetic wire.
Just think what women
FOR LOVE OF SCRIPTS could do with this gadget. If
Mrs. Jones wanted to know
Lbuis Jourdan, shying away what members of her sewing
from lover-boy roles: circle really thought of her
she could stay away from a
"From now on for me to gain meeting and get her best friend
any selfsatisfaetion out of a to hide the little recorder in
acree role, I must be much more her handbag.
S ilrMe with the script than the! Then Mrs. Jones would have
writer has me with the leading the complete low-down on
Slady." herself. I can hear the ma-
chine now repeating back some-
George Sanders, belittling the thing like this:
female sex again: "I don't mean to be catty but
"I have often been asked my it does seem to me that Ellen
formula for married happiness. Jones isn't making much of an
It Is to maintain a state of har- effort to get to our meetings.
nfopious friction at all times. This is the third one she has
Men should never be afraid of missed in just a few months.
inmakr women suffer. They love
It. AND THEN THE ANSWER
SiLAtta Young, on Hollywood's "Well, you know Ellen. She
Gepa ted glamor: gets herself involved in so man-
"l blame part of It on press y things. And now that she has
400!sL. The stories they create gotten in with that country
tithe photographs they think club crowd we probably aren't
Tbh. tried to take an un- as important to her as we once
s picture of me recent- were.
y told me it would hu- "Speaking of Ellen, have you
me. I told them was al- noticed how fat she's getting?
human. I dislike the crase she really should do some-
Spba4ophtegrthpao of stars, thing about it It makes her
rb i old days, the indus- look so much older.
riilln't allow it'C "Don't worry. She won't do
anything about her weight.
Cesar Romero, complaining a- You know how self-satisfied
ut Hollywood's system of dol- Ellen is. But I can't help won-
t out the big roles: during how Jeff eels about.it.
"oodd parts-are hard to iind, Jeff's a highly atactive man.
rd to get. The producers, at And you cant tell me a rian
Moment, want Monty Clift, doesn't mind his wife's letolt
)arlbn Brando or Surt lances" herself go." -
Se. It all settles down te thit. Let's hope women ne r
iothr actorsgetacrac k iU. mke use of th ecd
16 years I've done only two er to pick up candid conversa-
ts at were good-in "Show tons among their friendss."
em No Mercy" and "Captain It would put an end to wom-
o Castle." en's friendships.

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Jane Oreer, thinking out loud I
kbot.what it takes to hit big-! BUFFALO, N. Y. (UP--ElevenI
itardom: years ago someone gave a calen-
"Hollywood can have big stars dar to Edward Jerzewski, chair-
; weilnght. They don't have to man of the board of assessors to,
k reen kids. All they need to suburban Cheektowaga. He never
Mat give a chance to people used it. This year he found It in
have done small pictures a drawer and put it to use. This
S id'bave proved that they can year's dates are the same as in
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PARIS, April 6 (UP Four,
Western European nations have
signed secret price-fixing a-
greement aimed at capturing
United states world steel mar-
kets, it was repc.rted today.
The agreement, which raises
the eot of stet bstantially to
bring in more rimnue from the
United States, stil kee the
price below Aner~le n pc on
the w market.
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Ste l ontirmed eas-
tencd the )act among Bel-
um, fra Germanyand
lxem n d aid, "'you
could ca1 a gentlemen'- a-
greenmnt."
The Wmr nations control most
of Europe's steel output.
The aeoMat raises the cost
of steel by an average of is to
$8 a to, almost 10 per cent, but
the level s carefully kupt below
American prices
Some experts, including Brit-
ish, labeled the move a revival
of the e-war uropean steel
cartel. But the French Syndicate
spokemana denied this and said
Saffects only prices for ex-
port.
Although signed at a mid-
March meeting in Paris, it was
kept 0so 'cre that no mention
has yefC) d In the French
press, 'l thanr two weeks
later.
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of. the UWe. Mates In the s-
greemwn, -but. ndo source
said In realf It s aimed in
two ways aut the United
States:
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huge upswig In Amrican or-
der placed Ku. open steel
aince control we reMoved by
Washington.
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petition w tr United
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10.059 Melndex Ave.-Phone 355 Col6n


Morrison's
Fourth of July Ave -Phone 2-0441


FOR SALE
Household
SELL OR TRADE -for 60-c-cle 9-
ft. Westinghouse refrigerator, Easy
Spindryer. Tel. Bal. 2491, nyte
FOR SALE: Rergerator, 25-cycle
Codspot, over 9cu. ft.. all enamel.
in A-I condition. Phone 2-4423 or
call at 0440-1. Ancon Inext to
Morgan's Greenhouse I
FOR SALE- bamboo chaise lounge.
2 rugs 609. 1 portable Victnola and
records. 3 tires auto 15x7.10 and
tubes. All in good condition. House
number 7. Apt. number 6, Calle
Darien. Panama Ctv.
FOR SALE.-Household goods. Stein-
way piano. Carrier air condt.ioning
unt. beds, tables, chairs, kitchen
equipment, refrigerator. s a e.
plants. etc. Brscoe No. 8, 50th St..
Bella Vista.
FOR SALE:--2 metal dining tables.
42x42, $3.00 each. 0920 Amodor
Road. telephone 2-3272_
FOR SALE:-Refrigerator, 25 cycles,
excellent running cond lion $,31.00
Call 83-2151 tP.A.D.I during duty
hours.
FOR SALE:-Household goods, foam
rubber single mattress, fishing
tackle, ladies riding boots, book-
case, lamps. Qtrs. 23-4 Lo:ono,
Phone Rodman 3544.
FOR SALE. RCA console radio, 8
tubes; Bendix washing machine,
rug, Chinese red 10x12; vacuum
cleaner. Ft. Gulick 881440.

WANTED
Miscellaneous
WANTED: Washing machine. 25
cycles. Phone Navy 3740 after 4
p.m.
WANTED-Ressponsible family needs
2 or 3-bedroom house or apart-
ment immediately. Call Geor ge
Peckham, cdo Sr. Antonio Anzola,
2-3206.
SFOR SALE
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE:-Kohler Automatic Gas-
olinle Electric Plant 1 1-2 H P. in
perfect condition. $464.40 The
Texas Co. (Panomi) Inc. Tel. 2-
0620.

LESSONS
MARRIED COUPLES:-Start your owr
group; not less than 5 couples
Learn Latin American Dancing
Rumba, Mambo, Samba and Tango
Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. Balboa "Y'
.25.00 per couple for a 3 month
course. Join the fun. Harnett 0
Dunn.


LOST & FOUND
l:-Famiy fun at Picnic Fair,
F.Suday, April 12th. Church of Holy
Family grounds, Margarita.
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Death Skiing,

Lover Sukides

M Frnce, Apr. 6 (UP)
ymmg British banker threw
'to his death in a deep
e on Mont Blanc Saturday
alter his sweetheart was
; in a fall while skiing
UIlzabeth Bannermann-
of Aberdeen. Scotland, was
S injured when she fell
soft mnow into a deep
0 w hours later Edward 5.
,30, her grief-stricken
leaped Into a nearby cre-
Hls body was found third
by search parties.
edy occurred when
two vim and Mr. and Mrs.
S. Reynolds, all emploves
ae Blebank had gone to the
ootevel of Mont Blanc for
Baster holiday.
Bouse Replaced
OOK, Me. (UPI -
S aocl business firms con-
ted to an American Legion
to rale money for a new
for Mrs. Esther Hamilton
bhr two daughters, to replace
that recently was raised by
I.ra. Hamllton' husband.
,a partially disabled
,lost hisa lie in the blaze.


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Agencia Internacional de Publicaciones Propagand, S. A.


No. 3 Lottery Plaza Phone 2-3199


FOR SALE


Automobiles
FOR SALE:-1947 Chevrolet Fleet-
master 4 door sedan, good mecha-
n-cal shape $650 00. Can be seen
from 4 p m. to 8 p.m. Qtrs 540-B,
Cocol.
FOR SALE --1952 Chrysler Saratoga,
180-horsepower, 7.000 miles. Like
new. all extras. Webb Hearne, 83-
4288.
FOR SALE.-Ford sedan, good motor,
tires, new upholstery, $225. Tele-
phone 3-3690, Panama.
FOR SALE: '49 Ford Convertible
S,x. radio and overdrive, good con-
dit.on $1250 00. Phone Navy 3740
after 4 p m
FOR SALE:-PONTIAC CATALINA
DELUXE, Hydramatic, radio, two-
tone. 3000 miles, only 3 months
old. Duty paid. House 760-C, Bor-
neby Street, Balboa. Phone 2984.
FOR SALE" Citroen 6-cyl. sedan.
guaranteed in A-I condition. Sell-
,ing cheap, owner leaving. MOTO-
S NACIONALES, S.A., Automo-
bile Row No. 21.
FOR SALE:-1951 Ford. Excellent
condition, $1,175. Phone 2-4479.

WANTED
Automobiles
CAR WANTED:-Around 1941 coupe
or convertible, Ford preferred.
Phone 2-6418.


Radio Programs


HOG-840

Your Community Station

Presents
Where 100,000 Peele Meet


Today, Monday, April I
P.M.
3:30-Music for Monday
4:00-Music Without Words
4:15-Singers on Parade
4:30-What's Your Favorite
5:15--ENGL8SH ON THE AIR
(Agendas Steer)
5:20-What's Your Favorite
(contd.)
5:30-News
5:35-What's Your Favorite
(contd.)
6:00-Tales from the Pacific Is-
lands (BBC)
6:15-Muslcal interlude
6:30-The Telephone Hour
6:45-Lowell Thomas
7:00-Take It From Here (BBC)
7:30-BLUB RIBBON 8 P 0RTS
REVIEW
7:45--Here Comes Louis Jordan
8:00-Evening Salon
8:45-UJP. Commentary
9:00-Jack Smith Show (VOA)
9:15-Excursions in Science
9:30-Playhouse of Favorites
10:00-The World at Your Win-
dow (BBC)
11:00-The Owl's Nest
Midnight-Sign Off.


MISCELLANEOUS


DO Yo have a 0W u *aebm'aI
wr"e Asba.N Aeagmymoe. e n
201 Ames. C. Z.
MEMBERS: Have you paid your
dues for 1953? New member
most welcome. Send dues to Cris-
tobal-Colon Humane Society, Box
2675 Cristobal. Have several dogs,
cats and kittens who would ap-
preciate a home. Help those, who
cannot help themselves.
DR. WENDEHAKE Medical Clinic,
Central Avenue & K Street Corner,
Telephone 2-3479. Panarnm.
Will the party who had his tire re-
paired at the Casino Santa Clara
please check and see it he has the
right one. Call Casino Santa Clara.
FOR SALE


Miscellaneous "
0OR SALE: Unusual Opportunity.
Complete set office dictaphone
equipment in current use. Three
dictating, one transcribing and one
cylinder shaver machine with floor
stands and twenty-four new cylin-
ders. New value over $2,000.00.
$38000. Cash or terms. THE
TEXAS CO. PANAMAA) INC.
Bids will be received in the office
of the General Manager, Commissary
Division, at Mount Hope, Canal Zone,
until 3:00 p.m., Friday, April 10,
1953, when they will be opened in
public, for furnishing 80 gallons of
fresh bulk milk, raw or pasteurized,
daily (except Sundayl during the pe-
riod April 16 to May 31, 1953.
Forms of proposal with full particu-
lars may be obtained in the office of
the Supply & Service Director, Balboa
Heights, or of the General Manager,
Commissary Division, Mount Hope,
Canal Zone.
FOR SALE: Baby crib, complete;
baby both tub; ironing board. Bldg.
566-C. Diablo. Phone 92-3043.


PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OFFERS STRUCTURES FOR SALE
Sealed bids, for opening in puMlc,
will be received until 10:30 a.m..
April 21, 1953, in the office oa the
Superintendent of Storehouses, Balboa,
for six quarters buildings, consisting
of three lqts of two each, located in
Ancon. Form of proposal with full
particulars may be secured in the of-
fices of Superintendent of' Store-
hoses, and Houjng Manager at
Balboa Heights.

Position Offered
POSITION AVAILABLE: Library
Assistant, Fort Sherman Post Ubro-
ry. Qualifications: U.S. citizen, 3
years college education or library
experience, maximum age 40.
Make application to: Staff Libra-
ran, Special Services, Fort Amador,
Telephone 82-5176.
WANTED:---Office clerk, type Eng-
lish-Spanish. Apply Tuesday 2 p.m.
Panamusica, No. 4 Call* Monte-
sernn.


Anhony Eden To

Have Operaon

On Gall Bladder


Tomorrow, Tuesday, April 7 LONDON, April 6 (UP) An-
6:00-ign On Alarm Clock thony Eden, 55-yeat-old foreign
: lub r secretary and poLitUq heir to
7:30-Moring Salon Prime Minister Churchill, was
8:15-Mornmng Varieties ordered today to undergo an mn-
6:1--Mouslc Makers mediate operation for chronic In-
8:46-Hawalan Harmonies flammaon of the gall bladder.
0:00-News A team of four doctors advised
9: aced Heart Program Eden to have the operation
9:30-ac I see It "within the next few das," torc-
10:00-News Ing him to cancel his scheduled
10:15-Off the Record (contd.) departure tomorrow for impor-
11:00--News tant talks In Turkey, Greece and
Italy.
11:05-Off the Record contd.) Aside from the urgency of th
11:30-Meet the Band operation there was no official
12:00-News indication as to the seriousness
12:05-Luncheon Music of Eden's condition. A statement
12:30--Popular Music Isigned by the doctors and Issued
P.M. by the Foreign Office said the
1:00-News gall bladder trouble had been
1:15-Personality Parade discovered in an extra examina-
1:45-Lum and Abner tion following Eden's treatment
2:00-A Call from Les Paul for a gastric disorder.
2:15-Date for Dancing Eden's illness came at a criti-
cal time in world affairs. A For-
2:30-Spirit of the Vikings eign Office spokesman said theta
2:45-Battle of the Bands was no official word yet on who
3:00-All 8tar Concert Hall would direct British foreign af-
3:15-The Little Show fairs, but there was a strong pos-
AJM. sibility Churchill himself would
3:30-Music for Tuesday watch developments n the 8So
4:00-Sunny Days viet "peace offensive" and leave
4:15--8outh of the Border day-to-day affairs to others.
4:30-What's Your Favorite Eden's swing through Turkey
5:30-News Greece and Italy had been p .n-
5:35-What's Your Fa vor it ended to demonstrate Britaina de
(contd.) termination to forge ahead witi
6:00-Kiddles' Corner defense plans despite the nea
6:15-Musical interlude Soviet moves.
6:0--Hawaii Calls
6:45-Lowell Thomas Laborer Fell
:00-Rogues Gallery BBC Laborer WhoFe
7:30--BLOU RIBBON 8 PO RTS
RVI on Into Empty Locks
7:45-Jam SessionLo
8:0-P-Ciy Comm Show (VOAI
8:l-Fred Waring and hisOff Serious LT
P Tyleianaws Agustin S. Pimentel, the Pana.
8:30-- m asters Inte r- manan laborer who miraculous.
ly escaped death from an 8-fte
8:45-UP. o4 entary) fall into an empty lock ehanaB
9:00--o (ila BBC) at Miraflores last Frida wo
10:00-- 1 ll and h or- taken off the seriously UIii to
bestnr day and his condition is aidd
10 L- f l terluered to be good.
10: 15-Ma a interlude
10:0-Ye VMSdbox (BBC) gEUL COMN GC u
11:00-M e Owls Nst KNOXVILLB, Tann. () j
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Phones 3-3214 and 2-2798


RESORTS


Pll e. Oceanside cottges, Santa
Clara, Box 435, Bolboo. Phone
Panona 3-1877, Cristobal 3-1673.
Williams' Santa Clara Beach o-
toage. 2 bedrooms, r frligrmtion.
Rockaa ranger Balboa 2-3050,
Except week-end
FOSTER'S Cottages. On mile beyond
Santa Clara. Completely furnished.
Rock Gas Refrigerator and Stoves.
Bring your lnens Phone Dagmar's
2-0170.
Spend your week end at Casino Santa
Clara, cabin $4.00 a couple. Dance
music by Casino Aces.
Gronmlch S-te Clar each.
cottage Electric leo Mboax gas
is% moderate rates. Telephone
6-441 Gomba 4-567 Peat MI-
Gmil.


FOR RENT
Houses
FOR RENT:-Two-bedroom concrete
chalet, Trons-lsthmnan Highway,
electricity, running water, four
miles from Colon. Spaciou grounds.
Call Ft. Gulick 88-440.


FOR RENT: Chalet, 2 bedrooms.
Ingenio de Vista Hermosa No. 65.
Call Clayton 2212, 2 p.m. to 6


FOR RENT: Furnished d-bedroom
chalet: dining and living room,
porch. Ave. 7a. No. 5, San Fran-
cisco. Call 2-0199.
FOR RENT:-For two months, Chalet
in Cerro Campona with all modern
Conveniences. Apply Moto No-
eionales, S. A., Automobile Row,
No. 21,
FOR RENT

; ApartImemn


FOR RENT: Furnished apartment,
including gas stove and refrigera-
tor.. to responsible tenants, prefer-
able Americans, at El Dorado
Building third floor, Call, J ua B.
Sou No. 22. Call Panama 3-099
between 9 to 12 a.m. and 1:30 to
5 p.m.
FOR RENT:-To respensibleAnCpri
can couple, furnkhed- apartment.
36th Street arnd Pena Ave=re. iNo.
67-B, Apt. No. 2. 6:30 *bi 0
p.m. *,
FOR -ENT: Fumi. h -i
for 2 couples, $65.00 each
lng qutfttles. Telephaone--
Ponau i.- *
FOR RNt:-Senm-furslehed opert
mnnt: refrigerator, ee sever Sw
Frnmisco I(Viao elidi.e-Porme)lJ
Telephone 3-3594,-lPAnur .*

FOR RENT
Roums.


FOR RENT: Furnihed room,. .
inspected, 1-2 block from 4th i
July Avenue, beside "Gar~. B-
las." Telephone 2-5527.
FOR RENT:-Furmiehd roh,,
to refrigerator, taw,' lvl
diningroom. a.B.l Vit,.
No. 34, TeleAM-3-461, P
ami.
FOR RENT:-Furm
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FOR RENT
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Coav. Coupe -
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Seat Covers 1,200
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1951 FORD V-8
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S,--. 313 h Coynes the t M time around Hartle Lin e 3i. a team., yel NRA y KiGRATSON
-- iy desyed. battle head and head for-
Atot, aut- ar as rl t l drew OFI O, Ma. April 6. -
(A- th at.Jan71 h tret ed byr aide away. mweona on to score by Stanley Raymond Harris look-
0 i10 0 100 2 uansan l. the first tree fur- two le while Vajero falter- ed at the Senators scattered o-
(000-41 e 1 The fte at at a sizaling ed anltswotad place to Moyal ver Orlando's spacious Tinker
n(6) and bgd l es or snapped Alligator in *bbt final sixteenth. Field and allowed as how they
Dar* cheachki, 'tlhan onin B t 1,18 Laas held a Royal Alliator raced credit- were much better off than
h. ppa ) and Breford. o alr t 2:174/8. He was an e d bt oon slowed ably underthe crushing impost they were at this time a year
Sitch er: orioles. or r ~h .. heht ord stepped atd athe first of 128 pounds. He lost he pres- ago.
m .p..sr:. Soucliechkl. and n L.20 place Uge in defeat. "If they could only steal first
l"iS r I. ng Royal torm who t pat the stands, Coynes pdgar, as usual, was base," commented a baseball
e _e. m_ ". m ph is 4 tfo e l by three Impeocabl, hnadled h. ace Ch- writer.
S..- ', lace,. rtltor was sec- lean jockey Jose ravo. The "They did a pretty good job
Sh one length, triumph wa. Coynes War's of that last season" countered
Sgt.. no h bn rrth y one and third n four lolo starts an one Bucky Harris. Harris took his
I oltom, Tax. (1st game 7 with the orce fer traed. of four registered by Bravo yes- place with the miracle men In
&ii s mor ~ re x, re eved the sa acetd wide on the terday. 1952, when he kept a club with
B = 6 (11) 010020-3 kting ffthe trCOh turn and continued Bravo, by far the day'sI a a tam batting aerage of .
II mlan(6) and1).9rCt of the way to dash Udd itb, od entention until late. In the mee bauu I
.Critlan (6) and D-l--.I C 8.un 's .oaUm. Oknaua and going. The AetiRs nipped the matches hi
: l1P s; Nt n BHome The Tad lt~d I hatne. do'n the backstretch, Scotch O hum National for the last rung of top.
r Rbs Gree. Th Be thorothrd r iajero made Tw juicly Ingabot wnne te irst dislonbythe margin Harris employed aeftl
r ptchr: Piplen a loegiset- antaneously and Sir Boss aidVlr Iterrtpt- of one game just before the baem last a
Impreslsivetching perform- -. i (N) tng the, t e entering thye aset o Alligator and ed a asti CC low priced divi- bell. eh wee de y.a .tna d
ampes t wed i n Rus Lo .; vs. s ton dends. S ir or copped t thril- The deal with the Yankees- the lack f a hitt
MgYer of othe o oklyn a .re. t Hosten | ling Class f po ry attrac- Noren for Jensen, Shea and Ar- Ire thee I 'hol n
*Howm 3eet sand Marry t a hw sn AA s tlon to th* 9i0 of 00, $1280 chle Wilson -made the Wash- "'yd Sr s
oof the PAttah rates, al 2V Il and $58a board and Ington club. wlliger will ete.
f th w Yorkt lant 8( N )D0ia, tes 3 formed _thBlr SrI -Co- l ., depe on theH
advice ftd Misallof the a (N) 00 00 1 -1 modor qu combine t on need, Clark Oriffith has the wntnt w1 61t6
(r) a001r, R Gmost productly farm club la son .w.itp.t a ft Sd iM-
s rnand St. 0 Inr L I Olai, baseball ,in the World Chqn- er, and this Itfe tI re. Ls
.pSitS .o rr s kine (8) and V7-I .top form, pMal lW O, 8., 1 and pions. Bob Porterfield, the Na- that is rsutel.
oruns: St, tionala' top pitcher, also was "Even if he Is no O l, W
S; Meyer. divided: obtained from the ew York ot to he the
h' h Vinnfie r6la today was 9e cond flight winner was FI ICw Amerlcans. So was bg DO e says. Wthota
t to a -t n IathmL Anateur champion ta- 6atde a O udlv who out- 1i-Don JDanie ., (e Jo lhnsn, who has u.tteriy ied lot a rame wod, an.d h ,e
le AtS Wan LAntono l-o, T o ga. laSI s0k Wun to win 2-Taponaso J$ to live up to early pthng a big let-hand mhttr
five and ittch-bi t () 1 o A00001- 10 The t or veteran up. SECOND ACL prom, e. Baster avd W.dle niRobina
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ched (8) and. Tony !and a In the 36- a r or Norman Lew- First Double: (D on Jme- ing and hard lPck Porterfeld. The Senats ft a
er- eight 0 01). om runs:-21 hole fla, tr 0 tlr t defeated Electron) W. Jackle Jensen nly has to kep tem that et t to
S.ae sr Sb ts, D and Li 'pitl won the :th ar TRD mn to be slightly terfic. base. I,
wi -rmng .her:n Kealy. cad 1n. 141. He e C. Otrvin 2 1-2un's Moon $.0, 1 2230 Wlsh hit like Rocky Marciano
oi, Fndio.oe thtlMooin. p itc her: fild. fererrdIof the A 0PnlMeld on- 2- olden Bound Ya afor three weeks a his contd-
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sbe Pht* walloped bed1919, '20 and troun -Johnny Palm One-Two: ('sm ona-Gel. off the deck.
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bong Sa 0a0 0-e e tl 2-Plon P80, 4.20 G In bnow I Ie aQe
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CLEVELAND, O., April 6 (UP'
-Rep. Harold H. Velde revealed here at the weekend
that his Un-American Activities
committee planned to concen-
trate its investigation of alleged
Communist infiltration of reli-
gion In the United States to Indi-
vidual clergymen.
The ex-FBI man. who has been
attacked for proposing a probe
of religion, said his mail has been
running about 17-1 In favor of
such an investigation.
However, Velde said the
eventual look-see into the re-
lWous field will be confined to
the area of "Communist infil-
tratio of Individual members
of the energy, who are no more
lbnme than any other citizen."
The Illinois legislator repeated
in detail his original statements
Sthe proposed religious probe
in an efort to clear up any mis-
understanding which'he charged
had been fostered by the "left
wint press."
He defined the "left wing
preo" only as composed of news-
paps ".. .of general circulation
n w York, Washington and St.
Lo"sdaamong other cities."
IDepite h critleism of the
"left wing pre," Velde added,
"It b imposihle and not de-
sirable to tavestigate it. The
faim jitging will be done by
the lpbi."
Wlde observed that Commun-
bnau the United States "now is
b heb w ne, but we must re-
nas* on nard and recall that it
took only.a few loyal Commun-
tits to upset and overthrow the
nevrlnmUets of many European
iat~~~mt hiqh are now behind
the Ion Curtain."
he decline of 'C mwaimim
ia tnh eoastry, Velds said, was
due to the aetivitles of his own
,rtMl)ttee : well as that of
Spa. Jiesph McCarthy (R-
Wfri) t > 3 upper chamber
a*, u e rse, the FBI."
Deite criticism from fellow-
Meppaiemm and committee
mn esn, Velde said he intend-
ed 4o cantlnue his activities and
would {tht to have a resolution
eBmnl fr his removal as chair-
ZlAf-the UN-American Actl-
tu emnmittee brought to the
asat thl HouSe for .vote.

u2 Cbin Students

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Amy And lose
VBAANA. April 6 (UP. -
iTirty-two university students
.*Wd -with pistols made a wild
k atardav, on a Cuban
AFy fortress containing more
t ,000 troops, the govern-
dIselosed today.
S.p"' rbel band moved on
m Columbls, nerve center of
; O JM rces, and the gates
taepesr o to admit them.
4: Tbe the gates closed and
to swooped down from all
.h i' capture "the conspira-
S the government said.
'-6' Francisco Tabernilla. ar-
.*i Ief of staff. charged the
,Wl&ader" of the plot against
Le .A professor of phllo-
Sra d letters at the Uni-
SW of Havana and founder of
Si antlUal Revolutionary Par-

0 na was arrested follow-
4t re of the 32 young-
IArmy intelligence agents
an additional 12 per-
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Air-Drop A-Bomb Explodes



5000-Ft. Above Yucca Fiat'
LAS VEGAS, Nev., April 6 Md., proving grounds ldst Octo- nessed by additional members of two-ay round trip from.
(UPi The Atomic Energy ber, but in all tests thus far it Congress." Walhagol ro
Commission exploded an atomic has fired standard, non-atomic Heretofore, only members of The AMu nas not before. an-
device 5,000 feet above the shells, the Atomic or Armed Services noaneed test more than 24
Southern Nevada desert today. The 52nd artillery group at Ft. Committees were invited to wit- I r to Advance except mhen
Two pilotless jet planes carry- Sill Okla., has been training for ness the tests. a- 1 ad ehll defense obtia
ins mice and monkeys had been atomic cannon duty. De a sa i the military wouM aUrte invited as witnesses.
scheduled to fly through the ra- The Army wanted to make the have to assign extra planes fr elected chairman of the
dioactive cloud. Whether the firing public, but the Defense the Congreasemal airlft. Cela TbZ .hursday, wTte
flights were made was not im- Department vetoed the request 'said each test weald tavete a .he lawmakers:
mediately announced. It was learned. "' el that the experiees of
The AEC announced in a "There are other shots in the w an atomic
lse-word statement the secret current series, but it has been Ikes GMriadkU s mot helpful in e a
weapon tested this morning decided that the dates on which g aal defenseprob an
was dropped from a U. S. Air these will be fired should not be w-aCd _1 tteri involving itomle
Force B-50 bomber and ex- announced in advance," Cole's rpC EG which all members of
ploded over the Yucca Flat invitation said. te C s must pas"
proving ground. The flash was His invitation to senators and A -fnnB Ums pa
seen from here at 7:31 a.m. House members did not mention At WMte House
Because of possible radioactivi- the atomic artillery test. f
ty, the Civil Aeronautics Admin- Chairman Gordon Dean of the WAMHINGITN, April 6 1lUP
istration banned airplane flights Atomic Energy Commission wrote -aster egg rolling returned to T sl
above 24.000 feet inside a line ex- Cole a letter endorsing the blan- the White House lawA today,nd iMd
tending from Las Vegas south to ket Congressional invitation or President ~enab we grandm4 t '
Yuma. Arir., and Nogales. Mexl- the four dates, children showed thousands of
co, east to Albuquerque, N. M., "As you know, there are cer- other children the latest sty)*
and back to Las Vegas. tain shots In the current program two at a time.
Two Shooting Star jet fighters less sensitive from a security Dwight David Zsembower IX, 5S- FORTl Okl., AOil
were poised at the time of the standpoint than others." Dean and his sister, Barbara Anne, brt ki soldier
explosion to fly through the said. displayed what egg rolling that tb0 e
atomic cloud. Each plane car- "In furtherance of your sug- pert hailed as a brand new D" 5 thatr wa
rtd 60 mice and two monkeys to gestlon, these are the tests which playing style. Of course, tobnM wt
be used in blo-medical research. might be more profitably wit- rolling experts haven't seen
One was to fly into the cloud racing a the White Houe Isaw '
seconds after the blast and the dince 1M1. te Hou o
other two minutes later. David ad Barblma, ner es-
Both drone jets, being used n Wllsiali I cort of secret service sent,
a continental atomic test for the moved aowly through the
first time, were to be picked up on the south lawn to et tbs .h
by two T-33 "mother" jet planes 78 (M i custom under about 9:30 am. aeim p p 4 ie t -
If and when they emerged from i he two ehiedrs pped to
the atomic cloud. They were to In rsrrit o their hands and knams a l canase- e '2
be guided back to the Indian fully rolled gally-colSed .
prings air force base for land- WASHINGTO. Apri (thelwnto
Ings. A EsenGT April 6 (Up) hand. '" .
Each was aeeompanied by The Eisenhower adinistra- Once, harp-eyed ht Dad
two Sabres armed with tion pared 71800 workers from paused and shoke to a camera
and rockets, ready to n the federal payroll during its man uto gmavely.
down either drone if it should first full month in office, a Civil "I saw y on sep one sa n -
go out of controland endanger Service Commimion report show- egl," he said. i
any lives. ed today The c d aond Atetd~ t
The AEC was expe sed to issue The report said the number of chidn Ic e so thl. th
a statement later toay about federal employes in the Wash- were bPa~k', ~arld a
the drone jet flights. Lngton area dropped during Feb- about 10 minutes.
The 25h atomic explosion in- ruary to the lowest level in near- "I di not gt much at a I.
side the T.S. today was the ly two years, as a result of mass chan to ran my egs." Datim ZIaSa: W ju
fourth shot of the present spring layoff in economic control agen- comphlahme to Baarbara. t a ad
test series at the A-bomb prov-cles The sg roRiag t off to aB x*smr- aIt
ing ground 65 miles northwest of unce tai start u d r an 'Nome a
here. For the country as a whole, the friendly gray rsky. ut mW MZ= of"rM 1sa he bw
Previous tests in the current government had 2,.5100civilian the Whitos j gates ed g tl l he
series had been from atop 300- on March 1. Of these,at 9 am. thousands of hfin UP an IL. I
oot towers. 242,300 were In or around the and adults were pon ttK in ll bha
No troops took part in today's capital. Robert Redmo i, Whita m mouae at ao to r t oat_
experiment. The Defense Department led gardener leaned against a fence ArmyIt g am nt
An det that today's e way in the economy drive, and watched his beauVIal south Nooeaen 5 s a at
blast, first of the present series dropping 8,500 employes. Most lawn turned into a mauve omne- Unilewsy oa ieit t
scheduled during day II g h t other federal agencies showed let and carpet of brbm i e be -as-eMlsd t the
hours; may have been the most little change in employment, des- shells.
powedul of the fouear explosions ple hte Huse order to res- "It will be weeks bktre this lWould ba shee
to date, caPe when the AEC trc t the filling of job vacancies place looks like anyth again," to t
to "a to the 14"Weit nL
annueed roadblocks were to absoutel essential"ca. Redmond
bo establehed along U.S. high-
way 95 which runs close to the
atmale tet site.
hMeanwhile in Washington all
members of Congress were invit-
ed to witness four atomic tests,
one of which will be the first fir-
ng of an atomic artillery shell.
Chairman W. Sterling Cole (R-
N.Y.) of the joint Congressional
Committee on Atomic Energy is-
sued the unprecedented invita-.
tion for the "shots" at the Ne-
vada proving grounds on April WASHINGTON. April 6 fUP) closure that WIMsn i s a ammid er
25, May 2. May 7 and May 21. TheArmy and the Air Forceling a majot chang in .
It was learned reliably that are balking at manpower cuts range prepaMgen plass..to ave
one of the May dales will bring proposed by Defense Secretary mon and production of ta
the first firing of the world's Charles E. Wilson as an econo- certaZ ty wa9 W wm *
first atomic shell from the Ar- my move, it was learned today. InfW' orm pi a m id the new W
my's bi rest cannon. Informed sources said the Ar- Wilson plan s t a1 s1wag
The 280 millimeter cannon was my has appealed to Wilson to from the easmupt, of abroad
unveiled at the Army's Aberdeen, cancel a planned slash in its imo..biliztIIb fo rifor
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The Air Force has entered a rman Ianas
similar protest against a Wilson program.,
order to reduce Its civilian Day-
roll. Johnson, former afrm 0
The appeals were the first.the Senate prepared sub
shots jn the "battle of the bud-I committee. ie
get" which doubtless will be a weekly Ij. sL e
waged with increasing fury In for radio sts5 1 i
the Pentagon with the next few State of Texs. -"
weeks as the services resist ee-I "We must O m t art1M
onomy edicts from the new R we do MtLe it 1 M am g
publican defense secretary. CommunLt amO udS in d
It is Wilson's Job under the fold up our IIwllE
military unification law to pam he sai.
on the competing demands of "We have A A,
the various series for bigger iM the pae d ,
slices of the defense dollar, and tant past
to try to hold thf overall total We are
dwn to the lowest figure -con- teefg~w h
slaent with U. secretary iW3ANe o ra
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