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Remon To Make
US Trip Soon,
Panamanim oreign Minister
Jos Ram6n Oula revealed
today that Prt ident Jos6 A.
Rem6n will leav for Washing-
ton to visit U.S. President El-
senhower sooner thaa had been
Oulzado, who returned last
n!rht from a tw6-week vist to
Costa Rica.,/ Nlcane N :X Sal-
vador, Mexdco and the a.,
Fald definite array are
now being made fr L Re-
m6n'a trip to Waaa ,
lie revealed that ,, hi s
talk with U.S. offiai jarrd
Congressmen In WM he
made it clear thLt 'na
seeks a "compete v. fl" of
Panama-US. relataom uS a par-
In a communique issued at
noon today, the minister *1d,
"it Is not Intended to arnve
at petty agreements of a !&M.
porary nature on one point .r
another, but to direct our fta-
damental relationfls within the
high principles of equity, mu-
tual respect, harmony and com-
Gulza&O declared that he was
"irnprea -bty the deampnstra-
ftons of rMl ty" he found
a.hpima his Wmaahiitwn vialt
PANMUNJOM, Korea, April 13 (UP) The Cmd.
munists disclosed today they will return sick and .
ed prisoners from 11 Allied nations in an exchea _
to begin next Monday.
Trucks and ambulances start the slow journey
a bomb-cratered highway from the village of
near the Yeoh River, tomorrow with men rom t
State, Britain, the Philippines, South Africa Au
Colombia, Canada, Greece, Turkey, the Nehe 1
Only France, Ethiopia, New'Zealand, Delgium.
tuxembeurg will receive none.
The convoy will halt Thursday at Koesong, six mi
from Panmunjom, and four days later the disb pdh
owners will pass through the "freedom gate"a PaNu
Final 4 ..ef the e abe voiced concern over boBcertt
gre agr tt at a of- "brain washing" tehnu
eer tt Panmu to. played by the aMWP
ay in an i a W sla .
IM ,, i **1..1. Iac n(Cztime ( e ie i- a.,,,
PC' 1 NIC. Pame, April a1 (9M -
wemienel The Aga Eiban. one f the Ih-
S' te pa," the men in the world, amanoed
today he wll not to to Lenden
aaa it) t apt for the coronation because of
l O ft. aleo aIe m-his "poor oldb eart."
S"Myl doctOfp orbade me to
ih ?@tb pSng of tbe e- patlclaste oin the ceremony be-
to wfe ei ., howeW, the caute It wuld be too tl.ing for
I .tAsn:. Is olng a-myboorold heart to stand u)
*WIN "n. so laig," the A.e Said.
Anti-Soviet ReAf.ees Storm.
Friends-of Ru-s Meeting
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CHICAGO, AprUil 13 (I
An Mm" gr'p g of refugees
btndthbe Ias Curtain *l
a Sovlet-Anerican fri
meeting hen d turn
a furniture amashing, W
some 30 peons atte
agt. rrank Belmo ft
the PoHoe industrial
Matft. that about i
Id= =Ord the
aB tse wee alde. |
1a g o-but
ae seriously Injured, police
meeting was arranged by
Counml of Amer-
-Soviet Frtendehip as a
to the lat? Josef 8ta-
te Fakin D. Roosevelt on
th Aannersry of the lateI
A .alp sign over the speak-
read 'For Interna-
Friendship A Meeting
i sl enhower and Ma-
g, M berUns of the orpfg tUon1
l at least 30 persons had en-
l- d th hall and ore were
or on their way when
Serowd began to gather and
of the crowd werg
rin ans Lithuan l a
persons of Slavi birth.
@1 thme shouted they were
from CODmmualu tyran-
f. Crtt IJT Z. *- W
u ,~eW, whO ~ aa 'vMe irw to-.
day to be parl asn eawer
to h Comm unist u quest for WW YORK April I13 (UP)
in dltoe *moftDee Joseph P. Ryan. president Rt
talks. International Laonahnl
To 0o sources saidClark prob- Asseelation 4AFL) ,was.
ably would answer th*Commun- today on a 30-coutM
iats tomorrow. pothly through charOin with ~ad
a meeting of the Ulason'offleers of $11 in u"om n S
who ar ra nged the ex nleae a Distkf f
fan Wd the Indictment
arkehad promised the eds hepril d fr Apr 1511.
to make resumption fu Ai^ds of the full
Financial rweeoda of the SA
dress talks the "second e of 41 owed that in the eale
business" after sick and wound- years 1 Ryan r=coi
ed exchange. roi the 8 4t 3 ex
However, he agreed only to f ayear- er
discsi" resumnt ORyan claimed he med t
negotiations, onthebasis of the money "to fight CommunU .i
dramatic March 31 ofer of the the waterfront"
Communists to r turn all pris- Hogan said the Indictment wa
owners who "Insist" on being re- based on testimony given by y-.
turned and then tutn the re- an before the New York State
marider over to neutral custody, crite commission.
The b DeeMNI irtment
014 In Wlasdfate ot16 y the Rryn acknowledged that
Crhne'e and Noeth Korean had aped money from his "Man-
Reds have nmse wemwmltttnr Commuilt fund" to buy f
efforts" to ejmsrt American shirts, a faly funeral, a
war prismr. teosemmnism. to Guatemal a and a Stark
The denartmett Ias.q ue.d in luncheon and to pay insurance
lght-p.e.a "feat tshet" describ-. remlums an.eome taxes. -
have used to try to win the con- F back to thefutd but *w
fidence of1 caouned Americans able toahw Ieerdo SS mah
and "reorent he I r political min the st InD %il
sympathies." .the co.m=14 W hep0 1
The Indlctmeat rlumu d fri
Release of the document ap- day hy a det VW Ceai gran
patently wstmed to cinclde jury chent as te -S. d
with the art Incause hge t he Statute of _X M pof
gof sick and wounded proneswa of gr about to run th dree of
war. M W 27 ciuueiguaift xu ME~y
t fll. the counts, tr- in the second W _
day thWft h Amy he. p e- Hoglan d14r,13 n e 0 t
e a t. h to p hoe- ment as "preUi, ad
Aget rea- it was returned t -b
J~ted" uaE moda- foyehe- cause the Statuto of -=a"a=.as
logleafy to I- Awsreds way is about to run out go three of
of life, the counts, chairgb gbMlt on
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TIRE SWITCH AT SANTA CLARA
Easter week end I had my tire repaired at Santa Clara Ca-
sino. By mistake. someope else was given my tire and wheel.
I would appreemate your printing this in the Mail Box to ad-
vise whoever had his tire repaired at the same time that he can
get his owvn tire and wheel by calling at my home, 867 Morgan
R. K. Adams
WHALE OF A JOB-One of the possibly few men In the world
r*ng a whale, Leif Soegaard takes a Jonah's-eye-view of the.
as he and his 75-t6n sea monster arrive in New York.
will accompany the 75-foot whale on a nation-wide tour.
t^C^?* ,' "
SPRETZEL-PULLING PET-It's a battle to the finish, as Charles
S wood. Jr., of New Hyde Park, N. Y, and his pet cat, "Tawny,"
have a pretzel pull. Tawny has a passion for pretzels and Charles
has to hide itf he wants to eat a pretzel in peace.
I 4iut'-o times In.the textile
AndG o elds don't mean
ro elsewhere -ift there
s. o O tling," the in-
Many of the. I bM eu men are
COWSt"a, on the AlL's tradi-
&o-Is aidblerf- w road eon-
usrvatism to ount a5 h~s-
Semer' ail for a pub-
ulc. Wea p epra Not that
bausine won't bare it, but they
believe wide diseselon of it will
add to the "unwarranted un-
Dewever, they WWent on both
The left wimq be was re-
the AIF A"-tNo CIO to hi
elected I the aia bator pal-
i. statement Jsr ab anw-
ruhl wre athe
or ro-Am fb
are paying, ,0
Fine. I wwM
than with wq
oea always i
And never ti I
Labor NeWws s
` I NtI tLoses In
o By VICTOR DIESEL
" D.RmoIT: The couast ys
2 a dose of premature peace
"a say the spokesmen 'or she
r: ..I'l bigg-st corporations
'i.y see no depression chasing
-..:..erity around the corner. ( '-"
'.;ry predict no drastic slash
in jobs anywhere...
I.,ven In the face of a lOi S
military peace In the Orient,
these Industrialists believe therI
S';l be only slight cutback ',
the te*lwfic, multi-billon . .
lar production of weapons r
ga nst the swv!t-talking Soviet4.
T'his prediction comes frtm
imen who have talked regulrl17
with ex-Ganeral Motorq prf i -
dent, now eSretary of Defense,
They qupte him asM .tatlla
ihtre will be only slight modi*
1ication of the defense plo-mr .*
for some years, despil- a'
I thing the Soviets say or .S
They say Wilsan Is aWmr .o *
the nature of ae enemy.W
that he and resident l ..
Lower are In general agreement
that there must not be any. M-
ri >us cutback or cancel'atloh of
So the aution's best lar
ed lndutrialiUts ese
these high in steel aBd 1-
temetive cirele- believe Wbet
the only danger to the .A- 'ld
tion's economy W s frosm a
uf panic which mal
from thoae who tal
the danger 6f an early de
They point out that all nle-
duction Is high and that employ-
mtnt is, In fact, at an all-Limei
record, barring the actual war .' -Mn .1
One expert puts It this way:
"A Korean peace would result __
In some cutbacks, but this
needn't be more than a tem-
porary weakening Infldence I f
-end this is a big- the govern- p r
ment takes a very firm stand .
in telling the people that the a AU
slashes In orders #re minor.0 UARK
"The effect will be determin-
ed almost solely by the manner "- *""
in which President ZMenhowr
sells 4t to the millions of NW YORK. We have bean eating odd* And air
fense workers (so they don't ly to the sulphur-and-molasses q t of the knu..j wi
Lop buying suddenly), to the 8oviet urge for sudden peace, forget=g that it's this peaci
public, and to the small budi- spring and that things always se bttier in the ev n bes
.rtess fellow. spring.
"In January and February 'iThe wl
the auto industry sold 1,14,1327 True enough, the urge to love--tty-ngbbr, usually I
units -including 939,O0 family Which has currently smitten the. Reds ,Md thefr t "u R usal
ers, 208,293 trucks -and- 44 satellites, has eeme as a surprlsm; aOd should be being ui
bhqes. That's about 34,000 more wartly appraised for theilner lthe deal. false seoo
an last year. But I am a springtime-and-flowers kid, my- bar that
"And we know we're going to el .and 4 *8y -oha n hat ilW-he-ltewewt- oalolmrtb
up the largest first at4 e a little, even if it's phony, well lor heaven a You i
i ry total mal ue let's seek out a comfy divan and
4 July. to le.et'it
MIpmays asy they
mais s, at- l U remind t some 1g r
ade Is etex Batt bo o Third Ave. Mar af 00 his
he lyinS &aurday ht haaU ,t te Irisd
iorth Atlantie area. loaded withA be bustsf .e
A spedal e .onomic pulmotor h doe at .
job may have to be de one o t *_ 'the
the textll6 buxine a's s rwh ere
strikes already are flaring ~ &A nodbit od. ( h
some .000 workers face pay tl'o's. Somebody wuald him, for ,
cuts orsaybut the analogy is what weA
:n coal, no one knows exactly 811nce he Ueds Mt t
what John Lewis has In mind m e hCaTt
-except for the fact that tm SqIM Y MOW
know he's somewherein To an A-bomb of
either heading back to WaS. rOde our
ington or up to some Isolated toyaand "
bungalow to think. to bUer *w
It to known that h hopes to n
soe President lisenhowr to 91"a-
push his qdabl plan fot over- a.otl
seas sale of UJ oal ptarried In .A A
same of the 1900 Liberty ships by p1 I
new in mothballs. If America mmi w
doesn't need Its own coal, Lew- g
is believeirwlpe meefas it and '
wi!1 buy WS the price Is right -a3tf
ar It can be shipped overI do'qta
chdAply. ... .lleved at
used to enjoy taking long walks before we were
nried- uessthe honeymoon's over, ml
b Dog Tired Dae
U o ( e t
jw an i-ro
DSVM was a by lw eow.
dhgppeseem afti aftin~
Wly 0 gag4 aY rn,
wiw an^ Z^in w^M i^k bJ-O
----U-.- -- -~
nce WOW In
O~a~E e for allh.
A "- ,
I S." ;:.. :. ,**.. .**** "
r atto :end,mthalvo ,Wc w
tho g -. .'"- "
.want to -
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V4 April 13 (UP) --g of tih mor
i.. -of Congresu Ws infl up to.ty
k ed members ef, Mou mud the
of two world w"' .
n tbe ~ume Congress-
cuts in the hbit be vetnse s
the. government,6, $0,MD, ,-
trying 't chielers out
pf the.ld o
The T4 2Jribune said
mat whA 4 .needs Is not
a cuut Abu U ,b maneV from
the Oe= 41M'o do what the
merican wantIt to do."
From Hr. Iooer
Former t Herbert
Hoover said 'y w~iwht D.
Elsenhowr S mnarvel-
S"Mr. ;kk ,Mtacked
ihe gove Ulon
problem wOt id
UMr. Hoover J corn-
chanzes In the ternument
strudture. I ., .
"He I. not helitd.g tI ut.
the problem up to u IaeW,"
Mr. Hwevk told a' npw. ier-
"Thwe Is stxI a ug amount
of unfinished bmlux he. add-
ed. But he jaid he W-lai 0
see Mr. Kbsmtetjimw 'tioHug
three big problems: relatfh ?*-
twL'en state and federal govem-
montse: ae seecurty p e,,,
and government In bualne.
The former Republican lPrs-
dent said In a seembh n .
urday night that the Ovemr-
ment should get out of t e
'creeplng soctUmn" business ,o
Asked ff he th nk President
tsenhower has been slow to get
cton in shi ,administration,
Hoover aid: "You must las
the round rk before you
Jumlp." "* t.it, he is doing a
ttarvelotw JoN" he baded.
* Mr. Hoover criticised Demo-
rats forW ,t ed i freegn
tA 'and COLON
pu / u., a
11 to... AM
7ued .WO A.
.a Mnot due to
ho the veterans
r.. Id".e. ia
h0i tarJ on
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Veep Barkley Seeks
WA OINGTON. April 1T (UP) his prdkential hopes by telin
-"T_ Veep i tchlng for a hitn be wa "too old" to get te
comeback." That's the word be- Democratic nomination. .
in ased around Capitol HUIl He aw& we4wd hlB.d1amppliAt-
todCai meant. delivered wit 5 wu as
The best bet, according to high posed to be his tical "-san
Democratic sources, is that 75- soan" to the ,coanentCnm, and
year-old former Vice President campaigned vigorously to. Adlal
Albe W. 'Barkley *ill draw a E. Stevenson. ...... M
bead in November, 1954, on the
Kentucky senatorial seat now Since turning the Senate Savel
lald by Republican John Sher- over to Vice Presidet Richard
man Cooper. M. Nixon, he has tayed sway
Questioned about the report, from Capitol Hill. -
Barijey said: "L biven't made The word now 19 that Bktoy
up my malad as to anything of is extremely anxious to get ba
that sort. It's a long way off." into the public service e sthe rt
But the Veep, still "youthful ed In 1905 as a young M1Cxal c
and actfxe" after nearly 50 years County (Ky.) prosecuting attor
in polities, was careful not to ney.
deny intention to seek public
office again. Intimates say iB His Washington career Includ-i
15-mlnute weekly television stint ed 15 years in the House, folif
ust doesn't.. bqsy terms in the Senate and four
enough to be Iy happy. years as vice president.
Barkley's a a I i,"i
tuckyi have a 4a ry Cduld
rectly to seek.seat iex .
year. a Effmotio"i
The matter s t
that some Fa~ irst A a.Station
senators rady La O a
The Kent &V Watx 1e I.Sw =l6
mighty I= rUat to = ,oflth JUS6
the 84th Senate. Theo"Pi t nte Pysicai first-il
senate split wIt48
cans, 4 Democrats a scnd. sctay
deuendest. 1 Men dqer FoundadOe
Jul when ion leaders killed chiatri t on job.
Casa Fastlich,. Panama's leading jewerlor-
have' jiot the one. you will like, at the moat
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BT usB INE JOHNSON
,NA Staff Correspondent
ROLLYWOOD (NEA) Ex-'Joey" If he and Columbia can
I vely Yours: Las Vegas oo- get together on the picture.
= ira who watched the lovey- "I can hoof and I ten fing well
dovwy fireworks between Zsa Zsa enough to get by," Marion told
eabor and a hotel's handsome me on the set of "The Wild 01e."
bhadwaiter, Jack Dennison, are'"Anyhow, there's more story
eaBtlmg she'll ask George San- than music in the picture."
& for a divorce.... Jimmy Du- ---
lfato didn't like the script, so Betty Grable wl'il o right
4fVi Got a Million of Them" has along with Harry James when he
been canceled as a Durant star- opens at the Astor Roof In Mon-
iar at U-I. The Schnoz will still Ihattan the last week in May uil-
make a movie lor the studio this less Fox has another picture to
Summer if the biggies come up follow "How to Marry a Million-
With an acceptable screenplay. I aire" on her schedule.
The studio is holding up Marl-' It's never been done by any
Monroe's recording of "Kias," other British-born at"rs. but
S "Niagara" In favor of "Dia- Jean Simmons spouts pu--e Amer-
E do Are a Girl's Best Friend,", icanese in MOM's "Fame and
"Gentlemen Prefer Fortune" and la hoping that the
des." It's her first record critics won't tear her to shreds
release. for trying it.
If a Las Vegas hotel gets Marl- Vivien Leigh used her Dixie
lyn as the star of a forthcoming accent in "Gone With the Wind"
floor show, it will be the studio's and "A Streetcar Nc--d Dealire."
way of proving that Miss Wiggle-1 and the late Gertrude Lawrence
Hips has the voice to sing In paused the test with her Uncle
p Cblic. Remus tones In "The Glass
Because of the tropical heat in Gorgeous Jean. however, as,
#amoa. film shot there for Gary Ruth Gordon in the picture that's
Cooper's "Return to Paradise" based on the actress-playwright's
was kept under refrigeration in girlhood, is called union to speck,
% local butcher shop until it pure Yankee and she's worrying
could be shipped to Hollywood. that "It may not come off."
"The butcher," Cooper cracked, She told me: "I had to learn
ever stored so much ham in; how to talk all over arain from
bles. e.." scratch. MGM as'-gned OGrtrufe'
SFogler to coach me. If this, works,i
Producer W alter Wanger's I can play Ameriere& gilIs. I hone
Sound reasoning on the birth of that It won't sound phony to'
3-D and wide-screen movies: people."
"I believe all the new film --
roceases *111 be successful. It Dick Wesson saw a gallv be-,
&n't a revolution in Hollywood- decked, honking euto on Holly-1
just a normal process of im- wood Blvd. with a sign leading:
provement Inscreen products. It "Just Divorced." I
Is diversification-and escape
from standardization. Certain U -
pictures wil call for 3-D and inPo sFrE
Others will be better as wide-
1 es won't be dead.'" l o TheW U verse,
4 'S WITH FATHER Ji- kA (sue
There will be no more studio N II I JI
coltractp for Nancy Davis, who
Wv nts to spend most of her time
wtth hubby Ronald Reagan. She's
t'einf a role to "Donovan's
Nrpin." working for the firs
f$tr since marrying Reagan and
dr-*'* the stork, but she says:
'. "7hine must Interfere with
4hr happiness. I ust can't be
Sdo4 to a stuledio when it's
wr~utv gfor me to be with my
SRosemary Clooney's brother.
1k. fa handsome six-footer and
lmaet mati dise Jockey, has
vu'eral Hollywood bids.
;f a. spinning the platters
JU Dhjl way.
Sta" 'Aye.-Debra Paoet's .kM
PASAD3NA, Call:.. April 13 -
(UP) A noted eat'cnomer sa'rt
today a new "apace yardctick"
proves that man hrs been pe*r-
ing into the ualverse t-ice as far
as previously o.:posec'.
D'. Walter Baide of the Ift.
said his new ,pace measure-
ment theory al.o indicates that
the unlve-se is twice as old as
The age o1 tne universe, pre-
viously Mhought to be 2,000400,-
000 years, actualvly is a090.4,-
000,00000,0 Baae said.
This iubstaUates thfe IrWy.
that the earth, as indairk &lby,
wthis sriiimer In IBa
film version of b K. IL ",,
tons "Father Brown."
will plav Inspector Flam- Baade said the new ertick
Guiness' detective-priest. does "pt r the est, jhd,
distance ~ he sun another
( o0 is out as the star atars in the earth's galy, Bit
Gottleb's "Five Bullets" It doubles the p1 eviously iectpt.
either top-name star is be- ed measuemenLs to the outer
,ht. Alex's 'The Blue galaxies and toe edge of the
5" is proof that .people universe, he hal-.
to the movies good -By the new standard, he said,
Mt. Palomar's 260-inch telescope,
largest in the world, reaches out
FANTASTIC BRANDO 2,000,000,000' light years into
n Brando will do his own space. One light year is equal to
and dancing in "Pal six trilll:m mil'-.
S Joyous Holiday
I May you h&ve 1 Violet dye
a 2 Mascullne
today! 3 Hardes a .*..
6 This dgy 4 Route (ab.)
celebrates the 5 Period of
of Christ time
11 Rugged 4 Chuwch --rde
mountain tops rinS joyously
13 Venerate this day 2- l ir
14 pen 7 Yellow budle. .2 .
15 Puffs up \pn e ,"
18 Letter 8i.Oep
17 Snarl 9 30 ( .tk a2 lk'
19 Answer fab.) lOermanstate 2pla6ch
20 Royal Italian 12 Strike *tth"
familopen a nd $3. *
family n n e. 1 3 Pene:rat e 34tSesaw
.1 Metal fteener again 35 Mintral
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woman9i, who t 1 r fli^iA .
near d at si to took e entine secretary i4o l S
blmen. et the weekend ago pMtla qoantplot ~pgaM
at a heuiftn wbteh an Amer- the altlegd onspirr. .
lean Medatn o ficial
was accused 0 g control of Moo. has been sensed o
meant of Sit.
Mas Moing ia sd she was not
asked abouS her case when she
appeared .. before the medical
But today, ae said she was
operated on for cancer of the
breast in 194, Later, she aid,
she'suffere parasis and se-
vere oe u damage, in-
cluding curvatre of toe spine.
In 1951, he :'asd she. was told
by doctors at Wtisconin general
hospital that she milght die with-
Then, she said, she was given
"From the day'I flslved the
drug I began to impre and the
terrible pain left ml." she said.
"I have recovered full use of my.
body, and, have returned to
The legislatIve committee
heard two recordings of tele-
phone conversations allegedly
connectlnj Dr. Josalh J. Moore
AMA treasurer, with a nlwted
plot to gain distribution right of
The telephone conversations
On Tranusltha lan ".
Behind 'Attes y Otflelee ebel
DAY 3-1M2 NIGHT 3-1=31
.7:N 9;U= pa.M
S.A.eetg of the" eMfi
chapter. Local 90, OC, O-
Is scheduled to be convened q4
thi Pacific Chlubouse taaerr
at 7:0M D. m.
AMpWt SIm be to.
_mC ol the e~. ut. o
t let. r ta
MaoS are not rhlted. Ie
Dr. Moore has deled' the
charge. He alom has dinled that
he sought to conspire against Dr.
Andrew C. Ivy. noted physolo-
ist yWho is krebiden's chief pro-
The tape recordings of the tel-
ephone conversations between
Mins Schmidt and Dr. Moore
showed that the doctor once ask-
ed her for a list of physloian
who used the drug.
' The recordings alo Indicated
that Dr. Moore knew the bust-
nesman named Moore, and that
at one tw the l W apparent*
tly comMWed k m aa some
benefit I ome cancer casea.
The doetWr's lawyer at !fl
oppoSd PramonMM of the .M
recordings o u the
lated i sen' aa
permitted them to be p aA
er deciding that they StCIuy
substanateid his ctientfr'tta
Duovc hen it ept to her
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Leave your Ad with one of our Agents or our offices in No. 57 "EP' Street Panaumi
No. 12,179 Central Ave. Col6n -
1fo. 4 Tivoll Ave.--Phone 2-2291. and
Fourth of July Ave.-Phone 2-0441
Salo6 de Belleza Americano
No. 55 West 12th Street
Agencia Internacional de Publicaciones
No. 3 Lottery Plaza Phone 2-3199
Carlton IDrg Aore,
10.059 MeIGi- Ave.-Phone 2s5 Col6f .
Propaganda, S. A.
"H" S t r eoarner studlante St.
Phones 14p.Anld -ah*78
FOR SALE FOR SALE
lHousehold A tomobiles
FOR SAL -- ce 1cc ,.ngroom suite FOR SALE -1950 FOrd Tudor sedan.
S~1 10 "C 3 rug, 5 0 00. tlo wick- excellert condition, radio, $900.00.
er -,rs '..0 ea:h. tcb'e lamp Phone Coco Sclo 8304.
.- ~c-.e 183 -. Gatun. FOR SALE -1942 Ford 4-door se-
FOR SAtL --er% v.wa hng machine. don. Good condition, $375.00.
2-. e. 3 sers old. good condi- Navy 3248
Ste. :.,100 '.Aargariro 8106-A. FOR SALE: Hillman Minx, 8000
FOR .'ALE R:d.- nd phonograph mr es. very good mileage. 2105-W,
canbnt.:,.r., 'gle bed. breakta't 5lh. Curundu. Phone 83-6141, 4
table r.-ri' r,,ai. Norge refngera- to 6.
Ito. (0-cdce. goa range. 2 electric FOR SALE -1951 Ford. Excellent
fan. 6C-cvcle. Phone Balboa 2- condition. $1175.00. Phone 2-
1891. Na'.y 3353, Apartment 4479 after 4 p.m.
-A3--_i-eu.- -etigos FOR SALE -Nash Rambler converti-
FOR SALE.- 25-cycle Westinghouse ble: new tires, new top, over drive.
re:r gercto,. 9 cu. feet; end Icble A m a s o n, 0775-G, Williamson
S.5 I Owen. Balboa Place. Balboao.
FCR SALE.-Rclnrgeraror, 25 cycles. FOR SALE:-1948 Ford Super Deluxe
$60, .ash-ng machine. 25 cycles. club coupe: black with tailor-made
$6:'; -45-r p.m. recorc'er and RCA ma rbookn upholstery. Completely
rodio combination $2,, wicker new braking system. A real buy for
cha.rs $2 each: table lomp., $4 ome G.I. Phone Albrook 2208.
eccr,: floor lamp. 3-woy '$12, gra.s _--_ -_ --
rug. 902: ; double bed. sping FOR SALE -1947 Cadillac sedanette.
and horses V4; Quoartermastc New leies. Good condition, '$700.
chars $2 eo:h: baby corr.ag', eK- Navy 3402.
cellent condi.-on $12; table lamp. FOR SALE:-1942 Ford convertible,
brca... 475-D, -Holden St good conc'.t.on, $250.00. Call 3-
FOR SALE.-Apex wo hing machire 0782, or 51st St. No. 38, Bella
60 cycles, excellent condition $75.- Vi:la.
00. Phone Albroo: 3216.___ FCR SALE 1035 Ford coupe in
FC? SALE -Whirlpool washer, 25- good cond.t;on with extra transmis-
c c e. First offer over $75. Nov ,on and rear end. $100.00. 0252-
l371, C. Gamboa, Tel. 6-373.
FOR SALE -- Refrigerator \Vesting- FOR SALE-- 1949 Mercury 4-door
houe, 9-cu ft all po.celoin, 2,- C.,stom de'uxe. Duty paid. Good
cycle 8192-B Mogarato. condition. Phone 2-1235.
-Ol SALE: Pickup Willys 1949.
WVAN TED dcoube differential. Call Tel. 3-
NTED -Retired Canal Zone cou-
* pie to act cs caretaker cnd land Radio programs
salesman at Coronado Beach. Small
salary. 3 cottages and ut.l.t.es For
appc.ntment call Balbcoa 331C H
WA.NTED Three-bedroom house H
lun.urni:hed>. Pseawe call Ro.
Tacco Da%.s, Jr., Embosry of t..c
'United States of Americo, tele-
Spni.h Embassy employee neeas re'--
den:z. Telerh le Panama 3-1 05
-WANT TO BUY.--One baby hab.'-
net, complete Call Balboa 1500.
,A- D---.o lbuv or rent. gortlc
ch'l-rkum wh.elch:ir. fPone X'-
Aflempt To Setlle
4Day Mik Srike
BOSTON, Mass.. April 13 (UP
_-A stage-nouse conterenc illl
be held tocay In an eflto.'t to
settle a four-d,.v strike thit -,is
eut off hon. milk deliveries tol
mere than 150.000 families.
Some housewives were forced
0 a :arch from store to store to
aind -eaough milk ior their
XLabor Commissioner Ernest
Lpmnson. Eald the strike is an
'"inconv,.nlencee-itoh an eme -
pImey yet." But Saturday night
W summoned representatives of
Uhe AFL Milk'Drivers Onion and
1. affected milk companies to a
e~nierence today to attempt a
I Ea3 1,800 drivers and pro-,
d ction workers at the 12 Great-'
Boston companies walked out
to back demand for ja wage
ereNae to .be determined by
meni L. Walsh, director of
anrd labor relations of
'WhitiUg Milk Qo.. said fth.
W lmgse. The union said any
upl must come from man-
-t was estimated .that only a
aspply o t milk remained
;and at the tims involved.
holders who had been
by the striking companies
Forced to d to the-planta
yes for milk.
cre did eeter of the
eaMot of leaceemmes-e of
aaid there was ensbuh milk
a : O.ater Boston famll)es,
he 'suid. "some hQousewies
dly had to visit iore
one store to fd a sup-
O'Ealt areerallyv wee astock-
h e Onouh =ml for m-
dayv. The 'Majuac tt
: _aI and Boeton
experienced' no milk. de-
qurtailment, bela l; a-
bg. non-striking plante.
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DR. WENDEHAKE Medical Clinic,
Central Avenue & K Street Corner,
Telephone 2-3479, Panomi.
FOR SALE: lape recorder, good
condition; also modern mahogany
desk; upholstered swivel choir. Tet.
2-4902 "B" Avenue No. 99, Pan-
FOR SALE :-National receiver NC173
$125.00; large QM table, metal
5.00; Crib and mattress $20.00.
105-W 5th. Curundu. Phone 83-.
6141, 4 to 6 p.m.
FOR SALE: Foley automatic saw
filer. Brand new. C.Z. only. Call.
FOR SALE :-Simmons bed steel $50.-
00. coat $15.00, radio Pve $50.-
00. new English car. Call PanamA
3-4024 or Balboa 2-1905. Owner
FOR SALE:-Piono, refrigerator, din-
ing set, wicker set ahd 1949 Nash.
Pedregal, Colegio Industrial.
FOR SALE'-"Cia Azucarera Nacio-
nal" preferred stocks, 7% interest.
Partial value, $100. Telephone 2-
2844 or 2-2854. Panama.
FOR SALE.-Ambassador Popular 197
c.c. motorcycle, 3000 miles, like
new. 2105-W 5th, Curundu, Phone
83-6141, 4to 6 p.m.
GEORGE D. BARB, JR., H.E. Human
Engineering Corrective Spinal and
Structural Adjustments. 75 Calle
-s Cdii. J Tplh 25- 1> 5 8
Your Community Sttion a.m. to 8 p m. By appointment.
Where 100,000 Peele Met Sick POWs Strt
Today, Ngnday, April V3 "tin-ed hom Pag )
.. ,, la some Americans refusing to
3:"C--Msic for day -. return home.
4:00--Msle WItop Wgstda According to the Defense De-
4:14 -Sin re u'ade 'n document, the Reds
1:WhtimourAyoi ,e lve captallzed -n the "anliue.
: lENy 'lnnerable" position of the
(Agencias Steer) prisoners to spread propaganda
5:20-What's Your Favorite in this country.
(contd.) Of more than. 29,00 letters
5:-0-News received in the United States
5:5-.-Wnat's Your Favorite oem Americans held captive,
(contd.) virtually all" have contained
C:00-Tales from the Pacific Is- Communist propaganda In
lands. (BBC) some degree," the department
6:15-Musical Interlude said.
6:30-The Telephone Hour This is in addition to the pro-
:45--LowEll Thomas poganda broadcasts and state-
7:00--Tke It From Here (BBC) ments that somi of the POWs
7:30-BLU RIBBON BPORT8 have been persuaded or oroed
REVIEW- to make.
7:45--Here Comes Loui Jordan "Such ebptive soldiers cannot
8:00--Evenin Salos be condemned for co-operating
8:45-UP. Commentary with the Communists, at least
9:00-Jack SmithS how (VOA) outwardly, for the alternative
9: 15-ExCtrsions in Science may appear to be torture' o
9:30-Playhouse of Favorites m appearo be t
h rat Your Win- death or both," the depart-
10:00-The World at Your Win- t said.
dow iBBC> meni laid.
li-The OwCl's Nst In some prison camps. It said,
M14-ight-Slgn "Oa least four urs daily are
A being devoted to political indoc-
Tomorrow, Tuesday, April 14 trintion and discussion."
The prisoners are "deprived of
6:00-Sign On -- Alarm Clock any real knowledge of the poll-
Club tical and social realities and
7:30-Mornlng Salon evern., and forced to listen to
8:15-Morning Varieties and d uas soberly and with ap-
8:30-Music Makers p t seriousness the Commu-
8:45-Hawaian Harmonies lie.
9:15-Sacred Heart Program- All prison activities are
9:30-Aa I See It an etvis ap.effort by the
10:00-News C amunte r rain control
10:15--Off the Record (contd.) ever the "thhouht, desrea,
11:00-News emotions an stations" of the
11::C--Off the Record contd.) eaptives, the department said.
11:30-Meet the Band
12:00-News "Individual American soldiers,
12:05-Luncheon Music lt as been intimated, are com-
12a:-3-Ppular Music pel undet extreme pressure to
PF.. make 'progaes reports' on their
1:00--News buddies so that their Communist
1:15-Personalty ParadL, political .ieatruftor may give
1:45--Lan and Abner special attentln to those who
2:00-A Ca from Les Pau need further trading," It added.
2:1l--Lt o Dane i
2:3 0 t of the S 'rry'M rt Is made to eon-
2:45-Btte of the fuse and bSmk down the values,
3:00-All 8tsr Cocel ai loyalty and peranectives of these
3: l-The Little w captive," the department said.
A w.. 1Theid esaue tfor the
S3:2-4siak for Tusem a a*s ts Communist
4 :00-S-Mp Days E r
4:5--Southa of the arder Tht who s to-oere
4:0--What'sYour Favorite t m au tooerae,
5:305-What's vYo favorite ed Communist pressures" and if
(5:35- d.) or they still fall to acet the Red
6:00--iddle Co r viewpoint are introduced to
6:15-Musical Interlude harsher .measure."
;&--Hawattl C.In previous statements, some
s:4S-Lon Thoas .. authoritiesJ have ad they
7:00-Rjeos alla (BBC) not be too rrutred If
7:3-BLUr IBON1 8PORTB many 100 of the. 30 Ame-
RI W n prisoners elated to remain
.7:4-JaM misaeon with the CammunsEts.
8.1.-Perry Cmo Show (OA)
8:35-'red Waring ad and
Iaan0n I M anter-
The N ,
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ui Uv Comanmwary '
10:- al an tar tde
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VOA-Voice of ame
ly furnihwdN residete
dinn first class kit
re flirtr, age'
FOR RENT:-Furnished apartment in
Bello Vista for 3 months after May
5. $100 a month. Apply p i
1065 or Panarm 3-3120.
FOR. RENT:--Completely furnished I
or 2-bedroom apartment. 51st St.
No. 38. Tel. 3-0782 from 6-8 p.wm
FOR IENT:-To responsible Ameri-
can couple, furnished apoartmo%
36th St., Pern Ave. No. 67-3.
ru KCEI : gI room, In
pendbnt. Telbphone -1090. Pe
md. "B" Street No. B. Apt. 1.
FOR RENT: Coo furnished comer
room with meals to gentleman on
ly. Ave. Just Arbsemena 57, cor
ner 34th Street.
FOR RENT:---Furnished room to mer4
tried couple. House 103 "EI Car
FOR RENT: Furnid room with
meols or tith ItlI privRege.
No. 34. 45th Street. Telephone -
4625, Panomi. '.
FOR SALE:-Small house in El Vail*,
completely furnished, all conveni.,
ences, frut trees, flowers. Tel. 2-
,2121 week days, 2-3644 Saturday
FOR SALE: One boot tMilr with
15-ft. cayuco, $25.00; ore Wis-
consin engiIt, 4-4y., air-cooled,
has marine clutch and starter; one
4-cyl. Universal nine, marine,
without marti clutch, both $75.-
00. 706-8, Curundi.
April 1 1. W1
Ing 33-a 4u n
the kn his5l
old wife s Wi m b- a
-the youl d of tUe r eliht
Pollee uay, Me s QX
committed te.allta fll
family a A..
rez mum ae
Shares t '
relief. T e
the Wll i
in such a
lice were not
S r, *
or- I r
.... M --'-Private, ,
To StiMjP efuI Atos,
,:1SU whether t&9
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ti'i ga .W..-
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bcf 't i
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woade, r. w;*i
W, who ne atuei..
the Comodor j,
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dent oft1. .A""
. $750 seven- R
in the I of 1 .-This
Af.tr M --e lr ha WX twine,
t and out el m.ntwlee while
in-his brbi t1s mpam .
S .Med, .
t aJ. ROMan v&s P8 M
T. Craft vs. L. B. Taylor
.boots A' B. CI rk "
A, ti ha v6; M rt3a OGartner
L MH. r va-A. *T' an Gelder
er iv n. ,
kporZ-vl-- s- A sess
l.0Masks vs.J. Craerw
i N, Ryas Vs 5. ijtMaid
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n M te O1.N beda
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Teas Sa.&a&*qQI- A e ff
Team I L !
Ba.ter'a 3 1 9 0,
Pan LIqid 2' 8 SW
, Leeadnttof tm s saast
(Based a| ateme4 e t-m.e
ene K Te- ab h AveT
Wo=droff. (Wal ft* 1 37 .531
ircithur, .f).. 7 .9 33 .418
Peacod, (1I)" 11 .31 3
Medinger, (BaiAt'e)4 24 .375
Ooodwin (L)'. T 24 .338
alene, (CAA) .92, 31 .337
Dl rMater, ( '84. 2 .33
NRthgebe;, Pi ) )' 77 26 25
Male, Pete, Il2 g 21 .323
Jones, L. (' I 22 10
Pelomski, (GAA) T. 20 .2M
Angermuller,. -W) 93 A2 .290
Soyster. (. - 71 2n u
Patterson, (CAA) 8 24 .211
C0 (CAA> 23 JIB
Jones, Md., (CAW 66 14 .212
Conover, (F71 7 )8 .20
Kelleher, D., (PL) M .13 .181
Salisbury,. (PL) 0I 14 .115
Madt nW" =m6
Ed Rathgeber alMls-
bury, (PL) -' fliag th.
Hllginger, FIT) 23 1
Pistia, (bAA) 14 .
Cheney, (Elks) i1
Muller, (, .7
Miller, (Bter's) 5 11
CAA S,, Elks 2
Baxterf v. Pan Liquldo
Friday Butch Baker's CAA
club came from a two run de-
ficit to a five to two victory OM
Bob Coffey's Elkmen.
Ted 3ordai started for the
Aero club but-upon the aeM
of "Big John" Pitro in the
with three o and two out went
to center field. Jordan was
charge wittU only runs cal-
lected by th VAuu,
Plstro was credletod with the
win and Frlt Chey was
charged with th IeO. "
CA eoulecLtedt fly sale.,
hits, wM of wql Ake1
by Gtorge TRuI .1r! ,I..
pfw WritwE for
plt wittrstw'tf r l .',
Te the OtMi. mi
hot e l Ap.tarlFew
Hadle a Claytem to
^ .. .._ I*-16*.-- -A
t is hoed tinat tb.fans and
spectaIeAs will bea "-.In mind
a ut re Li.E gaan. The
umpire ptafl of the'Paclfle Litt-
tie Leu Is composed of Ive
e!p, who rotate n working two
gams ne week and three game
Cbe ro-lowing week. One of th6
umpires worEs and lives In Gami-
LPACIVW iTnLn m o u
Seeeond Half Stanlingp
Team Waon Lost
Sears 7 3
0rks 1414 7 3
Lincoln e 7 3
APGOE 14 4 6
Firemen 3 7
Police 2 8a
Seanrs vs. Lincoln Life
Beam and Lincoln Life meet
today ln the first game of a
three wn tie sudden death play-
off. Th Pacific Little League
wound up in a tle way tie att-
er a h=etic week of baseball that
saw the league leading Sears
drop a game to Linc6n Life and
set up the posslblittes-of a three
way tie, Lincoln Life came on
to win their la-t game and the
Elks copped theli two games last
week to set up the tie.
At a meeting neld before last
week the offlesas and managers
of the League bet up plans that
provided for the possibility of a
tie for ths acond half. The sud-
den death playoff was agreed
upon with 2eas and Lincoln Life
%* meet In the first game and
the Pike dra*lng a bye. In the
event that the Elks or Lincoln
Life team win the second half
they will meet the first half win-
ners, Sea; In a tiree game play-
off starting n te day following
the deciding of the second half
winners Sears. In a three game
playoff starting a the day fol-
lOwi theA decdifu of the see-
Cud half winner. The playoff, if
MlWed, will be held on Wednes-
day, Thuraday and itf necessary
the third game w be played on
last week's games In
Which tour of the games played
had a direct bearing on the
ouia"wotw seond half,. the
umtres healing the games
dape in for quite a bit of abuse
ftro the s pctators,
It Is desired to bring out here
that In these four Important
iame three were 4pelded by e
run and the th by' two a.
QUIte a fsw cale aind -decisions
by the umpivet wets made on
very close plays and of pourpe
the deetloM wept to one team
while Lthe swatstes of,. the
C. SulUvan r 1
L\Saiuelse, b 1 3 4
V. Forde, c 4; 1
G. Mormoe 2
L WUllims, ef 4 0 1
R. Williams, f 1 e *
W. Mayar-d, rf 1 0 0
T. Morrell, Ib 0 4 8
R. Holder, 2b 1 0 0
G. Goods, 2b-p 1 1 .0
TO .THE HIGHEST BIDDER
Autocar Tank Truck, 1,660 gallon capacity, 5 Ton.
In good condition., It6 close 5:0k .pL. 20 April 193M,
For details and., Impetion of vehleM apply to: 'Tn
Shell Company -(W. ) .Ltd., "B" S., No. 1, Panam4.
* ., .
From now until the end of the mnwat.
This a the cwce of your t,,.
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Tom e or b, Ja
Watson 2b. oy WSt, n.OUw
ty Schwararel, Sb or .
Durfee c, Crawfoad st, P If,
Conklin If, Bey rt. Rofr
Bill Hamma, Ray CVu4Wei JCn
Marshall, Harry Ut, O7Qg
Cottop nd Dave. hm .a
Billy Ugelke c, "Pe "
er, p or as, Corbin
p, Johnny En6glke .
Sander If, Ve Dubola c,
Lant 1b, Jimmy Pedersms
Butch Klotner rf. NRerves
Bradshtw. Taylor Hunitr;
glass Crooi, Aibert White
Ralph Xdmondbua, aob
Champl hp Shet.
W L Pf.
Fergus La Boew 1 1 .50
Twin City Rookteu 1 1 .I
Wednesday 4:30 pin. at La I M
Saturday 4:50 p.m. at PaMal,
Twiu CityDeeklts I;-
Fergus La Boeemoan 11
Twin City Roakies sD fl
alongside Pergus La hem fl
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ners 13 to 12, i the secouMn w
of the best thbr" eltv cha-
0. More stated for the vis-
tories but pveway to 0.
In the thUd. ooje 4 o t creditmr
the victor. R. acefr went ts
dbteu* fr Yrge La Deeas.
Whittakr homered for t e
The box score. -,i
Ferus La Deem
0. Whtttaker, s 4 3 3
. Browb, 2b 4 0 1
3 Bptsle, 2 3 0i.8
W.YWW~c 2 1 3
.Asfe 3. 3 1
A. Smith.b 4 tI
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TO PRY OUT ATOMIC
-- turs on how enemy agents
ALBUQULRQ'.T. N. M. April EDITOR'S NOTE: NEA Re- operate, are poured on workers
13 (NEAl Th-ie p iipiesive porter Doglhs Larsen, who and their fami.iLs. The program
evidence tf-t lie latent Con- has covered atomic energy a harps on tne theme that ag
murist e,pi,>ae technique tivities for several years, first ments of lnfor,.ation funnelled
the se U .f arIoics 15 being got wind of the startling facts through the enemy's "collection
widely en:fioyed in this r ea. about atomlicsecurity, reported agency" reveal the big secrets.
which contains the heat Id below, when he was covering For the second category, there
brains .i t;ie nation's nuc.,car recent nuclear tests at Yucca exists a complete secret system
weapons progre i Flats. To dig deeper, he teamed of "compartmcintalization" and
Albuqueique chieff of Police up with Doleline, managin "access area" created to keep
Paul Shaver reEaled exclusively up wi fthDoylebulinemanaging the "sleeper a t" from learn-
to these r portc:s that within a une, and his taff. Both Ing more thun a narrow meg-
little more th..., a year there checked their information ment of the program. Then there
have been mo re dope cases than with the most responsible is the exhaustive background
in all of the city s previous his- sources. This i5 the last of study made ot each new em-
tory. lIt' eiouisPat.hes. ploye.
lkiey have involved military their ou dispatches. gain it must be pointed out
personnel and civilians from that all of the:' efforts are ap-
.bases where too-secret projects n i patently not do ng the job.
are being purLa. One cris levelled at the What is the answer? A couple
Federal official admit only present .etoo ip" the lack of a of fresh approac.les are offered.
that they are aware of II. They central ailhor'ty to coordinate Radical as it sounds, there is
move in swiftly, and dispose security eitort,. an undercover movement to
of each case confidentiall. Security of:l.als frankly ad- install a kind of leoholle pro-
This is o.ie facet to the big- mit that nume.-:us problems a- hibition for ail persons who
ger secur.itsir.:alon i e whici cut across the ar- work in secret war plants.
Cov. Edv i L Mechem,n a for- b'ary bauraiies created by Advocates or this idea claim
ner FBI agent, geId neeral st3tutes under which that 9 pler cent of the leaks
"I recognize t.ic especially di- ..hey ..must opea.. can be traced directly back to
cult problem i my state occa- Unfortnately, they say, there drinking.
signed by the existencee here of Is no federal lawv which provides Another suggestion la to try to
major atonmic-.capon and guld- machinery lor coordinating their shorten the long "lead time" of
ed-missile piojejLs. e .iort.. the various programs.
"And in an elort to maintain Nevertheless, they agree on Nuclear lestp for instance, are
maximum .eL : iy, all members a common ,,valuation of the in the planning stage for many
of- the New Mexico State Police security problems involved: months. The mcxe existence of
eDpartment arc cooperating in 1) The 0,000 atomic workers these plars, In the hands of
every way with federal investi- In the rea are "walking dic- hundreds of persons, increases
grtory agencies.' tionaries of restricted data." the hazards of security leakb.
This means working with Locking up this mass of detail Most recommendations for ae,
probably tne greatest variety is the big headache. curlty reforms deal with tight-
and concentiat'in of federal a- 2) The presence of so-called ending present methods.
gents to b- tou.id any place in "sleeper agents" of the Klaus Bernard Baruch, in his recent
the U. S. be loud any place in Fuchs stripe r.must be considered appearance before a Benate
the U.S. a constant possisllity. committee, said:
They include the Central In- 3) The "physical" problem en- "All this talk about oTvern.
telligence, Ar Force Office of tails trying to hide such things ment secrecy is a lot of hokum. I
Special In'-estigtion, Office of as tunnel entrances in a moun- Foreign agents know more about
Army's ln.eil,-iiynce office and tain, "classifying" reads, build- our military 'matters than our
Criminal ime.AAation Division, wings, and p!acjng some kind of own people. Tiey went-to the
AEC's seiur:ty forces. Armed a cloak around the myriad corn- heart and center of the atomic
Forces Spe!'.al Veapons Project ponents of nuclear weapons bomb before I knew one was be-
security r.ie.i and Treasury's which have to be handled by ing made."
Secret Se vice &sad narcotics a- thousands of pe sons. It's a tough problem. Your na-
gents. tional security may depend on
Yet in spite, of this impres- A costly, continuing education somebody finding a solution.
sive force, vital secrets are program ib maintained to answer --
leaking out. One asks "why?" problem No. 1. 1
Motion pictures, posters, 1c- (Last of a Soris.)
'Wholesale Shakeup' -
Ireatens Pentagon AEC, ANSW S ACK DI
I er AM O flhCalS WASHINGTON, April 13 (NZA).-The U. 8. Atomic Ener- i
om5 ?t of Information Servlcme
wABanoTON/Aprfl IS ( ) ah lua statement regarding I
--Sen. Harry F. Byrd predicted the rvice Albuqerue dispatches entitled "We're No
at the weekend that the Senate Giving Away Our Atomic Secreta":
ammunition investigation will "Though the dispatches stated that their discoveries A
lead to a "wholesale reorganiza- were discuss d with responsible officials, Reporters Douglas 13
tion" in the Pentagon. Larsen and Doyle Kline did not hold any such discussions ter
The Virginia Democrat, prime witn AEC officials.
mover in the inquiry, said he be- "The articles were reviewed by classification officers of lan
lives the Armed Services sub- the AEC after they had been issued to clients and were 1 f
committee under Sen. Margaret found to contain no matter classified under the Atomic efft
Chase Smith (R-Me.I already energy Act. Any impression that they gave instances of es I
has developed a good record on revelation of atomic secrets is erroneous. 0
the shortages first reported by "The statement in the editorial note on the first of the edli
Qen. James A. Van Fleet. series that there is no machinery for 'clearance or censor- nor
"I think the ammunition In- ship' of such matter is partially in error. There is of course the
vestigation will be a big factor no censorship on such material or any other material in of r
in effecting a wholesale reorgan- peacetime. There Is machinery for review of such material und
Ization in the Pentagon-espe- from a security viewpoint available to any editor or cor- sua
clally in the business and admin- respondent who wishes to use It. T
Istrative functions of the Army "The AEC management at Albuquerque and in Washing- the
Department." ton does not believe there is security laxity on the part of win
Meanwhile, Sen. Robert C ABC or contractor personnel. mw
Haendrickson (R-N.J.a. a subcom- "If any evidence of such laxity Is turned up the AEC 8ff
mittee member, said he would will be the first to act on it, but the authors have not sup- %
like to hear some testimony from plied any such evidence to AEC security officials, though wat
Korean combat troops. requested to do so. eno
"We have heard a great deal "We wish to point out that what appears to be loose the
from the top military minds, pro talk may be and often is talk by people who do not know wes
and con, on the reported short- any secrets to give away who are bragging or day dream- T1
ages," he said. "But there is an Ing or impressing the girl friend. The reporters did not es- pant
old Army saying that If you waht tablish that those they talked with were AEC project work- thea
to find out what really goes on. ers. out'
ask the men in the front lines. who
We have not heard enough from 0- o -
these soldiers 1e,
tapOe" and lack of a driving REPODTEDR CTAND FI heM
tape" and lac kof a "driving REPORTERS STAND FIRM 'ble.
force" as factors in the ammu-
She a aso reported that she has By DOUGLAS LARSEN and DOYLE KLINE
received many requests from We stand on the accuracy of our dispatches from Albu-
] eanwarveterans who want- queyque entitled "We're Oiving Away Our Atomic secrets."
e to testify. But she said she We made a conscientious effort to eport a shocking
shad called none because she felt nation at America's biggest atomic weaponbases. We
,tbat it was already established are convinced that our sources were relible and that we
".at, a shortage existed and am-i handled their Information honestly.
munition was rationed. The spokesman fO~tlie Atomic Enefrgy Commission now .0
.. Brd singled out the Penta- asserts that the AEC "does not believe there is security laxity I
I e admithnistrative oceratlons. on the part of AEC or contractor personnel."
eS nt, a s t khly spots ory a D-.These reporters are unable to share that eeplacency.
.:a ept. s aikhely spots fore- a Reports which have come to us In the last few days in-
Eimsenhower's new team of dicate others close to the situation feel as w do be
an defense leaders is anx- From an officer "The boys at Kirtland (air base) were er.
Seen am elated by the series."
-US to operate in a more bust- From a ranking security officer (non,'ABC): "We need 13
..W-- uke-wayte_ this kind of ammunition to strengthen our own efforts at
b l.,':" ecui-ty."
l Stil another: "It wasn't strong enough,"
S oCys Workers Says Editor Dan Burrows of the Albuquirque Tribune:
"This bituation of loose talk became so bad that Is
schedule Strike omi to functions attended by people colnected wth
Atomic projects. Invariably somebody would get a little
tor Midnight Burrows like these t at
d tt orI shouldn't in my ession."
-l.NEW YO Apr11 13 (UP)- by the AEC to dismiss the dispatches by saying that the talk
*~oe@ .workers of America plans evidence the talkers are atomic project emplqyek.
The untOn threatened a walk- These reporters worked as a team on the
of Its members at Macy's I series for approximately 10 days, talking to 0' 100
Manhattan and a discussing our findings with live comr
in. the trcusx officials.
and W hite As was stated in a note Mc :panyblgt1
ddelierately suppressed some n a
"gil. n d tb.r tai incident at the express suggestion of
lmine to make a We were assured by security officers at
Ofr Cn turms for a in so doing we avoided the risk of tipping u4
overlooked detail The ABC now conflr s
week i.rmaw_ by that It did net before -- ,,,a i .
3- -kel gan- - -,j r s::IL .
Again"e t W .the truth,
ter as it Is INS deyiNW
' nofiwledg. .. ... wc
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GOVUNOR MCHEM: He ei
an epesialy tough robl.
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the London owners o't *Wek-
=egstered vesweis to sbidfm
de with Red countries.
The committee staff hat the
original charter of one of the
Zondon ships, dated De. ,961,
rovidng for carrying 10,00
of ammonium suN ibmtto
W mpoa In Commuiat hia,
MC earthy said.
*e sad the ammonia' 0-l
t upposedly is "mde*
or fertlir but that th wu-
Sal i not to go thronel tB
Panama Canal or touh.. A-
Ameriae or Japanesm
-"If the Bhip were act 'u a -
ryfing the fe ilser, there Would
be no remon why It collA not .
stop at one of tne above named
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