The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/01563
 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: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
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 rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:01563
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BUENOS AIRES, April 14 (UP) A political sho~
down betwemf te administration of President Jum .n
SPan ond a growing opposition appears likely temors
Obmrves expect tomorrow's scheduled ."utm i
r4ly of Peronista supporters of the President in frwi o
the Casa Rosede (government house) to bring the behind
th-cenes political struggle to a climax.
.dvertised as a demonstration in protest against the
fnrM t of living, which the administration IMs Wlamed
effitring by elements opposd to the govenmnt,.
W monstration is believed by some observers to bve
a rianmged as on impressive pv ic demonstration if
rking-ctoM sauppopt for Pera ll nst the oppositiMo
Some politicai-qrtae predited Per6n will me tke
demontrtionin Plon MUao to make a dramatic, puMb
threat to resign unim he is given assurance of popsiqr

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tenr to wbrt with him.
A dra*gtc Ilpeal to tomor-
row's crowd, expected to exceed
100,000 preons, would win a
thunderous plea for him to re-
main In power, since the demon-
stralton wil be staged by ar-
deMtPeron supporters.
It ali mla have been planned.
these sources sald, to forestall
a wholesale walkout of the Pe-
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In spite of official aslence, It Is

Children See
Ancon Janitor
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A Janitor 4A. A e on Ele-
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stroke yesterday t In serousiy
Il condltton today at 0orgas
The stricken amauca Charles
C. Burrough; I 71 years old.
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nrankln Lucero, minister of
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ONTw IN AANCE 1.S.70 sa V10
Pel ON4 1IVAN. IN ADVANCE -0 lo 14 (M
o un_. >c_, .--.. - ---o CHICAGO Although Presai .
ltrl outP @ ,UMnu Tut RJAPES a/ OWN CALUM dent Eisenhower defied prce
ItfRUM THE P S OWN CUMN dent and some of his own p
leaders by placing a labor man
in his Cabinet, the AFL has
N E MAL justt unleashed a drive for mfi-
lions of dollars to finance .
political campaign to take Con-
S-- o gress from the Republicans in
The Mail Box is an open forum for readers of The Panoma Amer- 1954. y '
ktpn. Letters are received gratefully end are handled in a wholly confl o little effect has the a
dntil nnr. pintAent of AFL Plumbrs'
SIf you contribute a letter don't be Impatint t it t doesn't appOr the tary of labor n tas t
siit day. Lett ersr published in the order received. tary of ha, that t
Ples try to keep the letters limited to one pgeo length. Pdra' polc dire t
Identity of letter writers is held in strictest confidence, to say that thr. enhower'
This newspaper assumes no responsibility for statements as epinios efforts to break the AFL fraoft
sprossed in letters from reoosrs.
-pree in ler from r the Democratic Party ha ve
OF GIRTH AND SHREWDNESS It was said bluntly the other
day by the AFL's political league
Cocoli, C.Z. director, Jiln McDevitt:
ir: "W e have no choice about
remaining in politics. Polti-
I noticed an article in Wednesday's issue by some disgruntled cians are realists. They know
runt who signed himself "Believe it or not." it is best to appease strong 6p-
It seems he objec's to people .ho hri:ren tQ man size, and position. They feel that it Is
have brains enough to be cble to r=.dle a desk job. He cannot: safe to kick only thaoe Who
find clothes to fit him at the commissary, unless it happens to won't or cannot fight back." -
be that size 1012 hat that he mentions. From the rest dof the -sim
ment which launchd t h.
One would think that as he is unfortunate enough to be so drive &or a dollar a nar'n
small, probably in more respects than one, he would have sense from each of the At lW O
enough to go to the boy's garment section, and get his required fieial 8,00 0 m i-- .
rJe. eemcd apparent th t
bor men believed theil
; Probably a doctor could tell him how he might increase his appointment and oth' i- '
waist line with the aid of certain medication. Maybe for tape- .essionu were merely h .
VQrms. This might brighten his outlook on life. fort to keep them ut of -
'54 campaign,
SWhen it comes to criticising people for their physical dimen- Hundreds of union headqu o
sions, and their probable capabilities according to size, he should ters in this area are bem g
read the Istest issue of the "Saturday Evening Post." He vill find to receive special fund
t2at two of the shrev;dest confidence men In the US did not weigh literature, along with the
1 Ilbs. and seemingly did not sit behind desks. cial statement that half ..the .
money raised will go for g "-- -- .-
These full grown men that he objects to undoubtedly do not Paul Dougls' drive for re-el s-
dodme from the slum-, where they might have been undernourish- tlon.
gl4 in childhood and stunted in growth accordcin2ly. They may similarly, AFL unions aul otr
hAve come from more healthful places which are to be found in the Industrial sectors as well. i
1tindance in the States. aP in the Sotithetn states, t-
celved appeals to ae h=1I AK
SIn conclusion, there is no reason for the statement that the celvds ofaPml thou ando By RARK
little fellows are laid off In preference to these of norr-,-l phy- frr such eSeretle Nw. 1
4{ue, unless it would be because thzy are disgruntled trouble a Berasors Hubert
hunters, such as seems to be the case in point. FPets Kefauver, Johih NiW YORK. Charley Wilson, -the defense scary, noniunctional, i
Globetrottr "lan, James Murray an* s entlema, has just put his little fmet down rath- .d u on the iwn6p
l~oetro there Neely, who will also be er firmly on toe business of, blabberioutey The eMres"a sLf
-ai a by John Lewis' poltlal in the arnigLservices, and I admire 1tbut I don't the saillIg s the
Answer to Previous Puzzle lesar '. hold out much hope for it. AW4 and tb* tare inl
Animal Fair FIrr.iermore, there Is direct Short of cutting out tongues and beating type- a to be an ubstar
v A Wtr n'n,; In l.:cDeiti,'a stat*-'writers into plowshares, there Just ain't aaS way AIn-/ e-.l tl. i. T'
men' that the Federation plans to get military people to shutnup. off .. re!rd, of dot
WORIZONTAL VERTICAL to go into party primary elec- Wilson is remembering a terse rlmiak. that q.u teku. ut you can
'1 "Blind as 1 Polar- A tions next spring whi h former Defense Secrettar LoVett ade lut be- T at off their
S 2 Pain means it will seek to influence fore he went back to work for hlpself. "The laws ghtt 1 th6h
4'Thie birds ian. Democratic and R e pu b II canin this country," Lovett said, "are I pn t tid tothe
n and thedian ie r nominations as well as to elect protect the country against talsto~ r~S, Tr& I t t
i and the- 4 Sew loosely labor's friends. olabbermouths." .
V War god of 5 Sea eagle ffT Tn do this effectively, the Actual fact of the matter'Isathat the vei
Greece 6 Habitat plant f a AFI. political strategists de- small vogue In the treason and-as o bu
12 enteh coin adjustment cNlied to start thoer I .e nesses today, because t. blabberm ha
13 What.p ,t .PREpnou n m I l ,-and ret up made pffg and trktorlua near

f Operates 2* IMuddleUleidr' ID a fte
S blite o10 Ru 27 Stormy 43 Pod i es, mothers and d:Ugla. th e epoifls easlophita. up --
15 Ixcmati Soap-making recurrence container ters" of all merb.w gt- t a eoro
of satisfaction frame 28 Mother of 43 Atop now, less than three months e bi man.
after Martin Durlthi's ai- The Qm @
J ings 17 Tell Apollo 44 Elevator oAfter Mnrtle Dt r's a Thea b
18 Repeats 19 Ancient Asia 29 Again inventor potent to te Cabinet. andth- ps m, but the al-trme
SS-s'apd Minor town 31 Tidier 46 Playing cards This A onrvave il trenth- starling a R but the all-tl my oeS
worms 23 Phonograph 33 Part of an 47 Musicalthe conservative n te yacs mold
21 Animal that records animal's body instrument puilcan Part who ha Y t
mimics nean 38 Coe 48 Cautious been quietly warning Mr. i- You dono have to start a rumor, It Was ofi,
i 22 Unemployed 24Polynesian 38 Come. 480Cautious senhower to treat the AIt as ington, or confide a secret. Rumors a e 0-ow
124 Rugged peaks clth 40 Inactive. 50 Split pulse he has the CIO. starting, and secrets wear banner hladllia
12 Continent Jn effect, this bloc Inside th Secretary Wilson cites, in his admoiton of
27 State (ab.) 7 9 1 Republican Party has said to alence, that Intar-servid rivalry in the wear W i bIr lie recent
32 Purloined "You're heading for disllu- leaks, and there the man said It loud and true. I t I.
134 Analyzed 6 sl-onment. Last spring the pub- can remember one reasonably recent time when NCt -li
grammatlcall r lic, among other things, voted the Navy had a special task force, with an tg
13 Waxy against tle labor leaders as well admiral in charge, wjos$# sole duty was to sink A )ul as
ointment as Adla Stevenson. Now you're the Army and the Air Frce. On e
oWlnlimke part L bicking the AFL against the Conversely, a the business of battlshi
7 SBad cry And the APL is twice as planes. bom, atoms and infantry, I b lew t.
9 Becormelar er p werful as CIO, although the average member of ary special clique honeSo 1: 1
tPassage In I IO is heard from more dram- think that all the other adjuncts are unfles- e.
the brain sistically and regularly. That's
41 Miss West because of' CIO's nation-wide
142 Lorns bargaining which ether threa-
I4 Irl tens or actually results In head-
Prohlbt line-making national strikes.
SArabiant "But the AFL, working on a .
m Mix r r egonal basis, for example, in
3 state a1 powerful Teamsters or Co n- BRADWAV me
S With (prefix). struction Trades Councils, is OA .
161 Wth (parseixjust as active and is bigger
'S Cwafertrie d than CIO. So ou are actually Theers re
wal rt ..- i bueking and stttenir the Beerbe i j whole esas SI M5 t

'ee p r f to.. whbo will eventually oppose you ay Si il ng, .
ek arnrway." I
aHowever, the President has "narea
landed more on the Dewevthe e.
A T NOW camp for strategy. From the ull be -M s 'w tal n.
i jtyvery early u days after the elec- rion: Ne IS I e ABap
TO O TH D ECY labor policy has been y eard n 'A't1 e I'a
TOOTH DECAY group conitin fe...
Dewey, "chief of staff" Sher- b the i meea '-
man Adams, UN Ambassador e i
Henry Caobt Lodge (who now is 1 Sheel lk d il ...fS.
absorbed completely by his tn r Moore
chores and Atty. en. ferbert .bt I have i)
Irownell. t ad t a
Pagesat $Sewoftlgg teta
It was this greup whieh de- eyebrow-ll e i3 .-. '
vised the strategy f be- declined for udual. ..t.
friendlnr the ApI. snd spht- teen comma.TM
ting it frmu tue_10 as a pc-and Deire, a I
Iltleal blee. T etle tm d i al
..ueeed In startl a feud The Power of-
between lhe two a famie ral weekly forMON
coalitions whl s orw t Lucy wll yet
have anc effseet eam, ther
-.-" AAe p, iTw aft&-er all h-band--"
mlm de tie Wi iusband:l
However, ---a l an thk,Mr ben

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Cw flBs- have been myf various "me-
1p -pemnanent dit" Mor sU-Work and he
Sseboom- wants to, td out .uhow much.
a pay- McCarthy was 'asked if the
maga- Invaetigation would d include
atlon money pald 4agpuble relations
tese and advertluta'- agencies for
their hellpon nMeaiting canm-
blan paigns.
p ruiy He said he tad no criticism
might of .such extandftuxes If they
ay tadivi- were not wastlul. But he add-
s 1or favor- ed that aAt, payments were
the Truman included In the inquiry.

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mitte. decided to broaden its
intdf .t on when
it learned agencies of the
State i 'other than
the. inr branch were
payln r lWaB; aPs to various
newanapwpa, ef~zlrdnes, writers
and comitadn .

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e Univer tyof PROM Rico won
[ high pra. In Wa~titong cir-
P le fao ts perfonnance before
an overfna audience recently
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tow t 1he ert "the young peo-
ira.ple... fted R tr, oatv.
Sand unamoniraned irele....
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Sa sperS to amethla we hear
in the -a.je bret ee.
Thit bam .Arva the range and
depth of a tatre men ... Tbe be. A
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Survey Shows Drop In Cargo This amounted to 15.340.114
Carried By US Ships deadweight tons, showing a
In Foreign Trade slight drop in total merchant
A sharp drop in the amount of fleet tonnage over figures for
cargo carried by American shipsMarch 1. 1953.
In foreign trade Is shown by the The Federation report also
current monthly survey of the shows that 109 privately-owned
merchant marine prepared by American ships are under time
the National Federation of charter to the U.S. Military Sea
American Shipping. Transportation Service. They in-
clude 85 war-built Liberty ships,
In Oct 1952. the latest month carrying national defense car-
for which import and export ton- goes and other freights to dis-
nage figures are available from tant ports.
the United States Department, I .
Commerce. American-flag shrcs During the months of April
carried only 19.6 per cent of dry and May. 36 privately-owned
44.4 per cent of export cargoes time charter to the MSTS.
carried under the American-flagl On April 1. 131 ships were be-
for the same period of 1951 ing operated by 40 private com-
This startling comparison em-, panes as general agents for the
phasizes the struggle being wag-:National Shipping Authority.
ed by te United States Mer- This was an increase from the
chant hMrine to carr. a fair 110 ships under contract March
share of the nation's foreign Na-
trade Being maintained In the Na-
ade tional Defense Reserve Fleet for
Amei'c~ a ships carried 723.256 emergency use are 1.9( freight-
long tons of cargo in October of ers. tankers and passenger ships.
1952. compared with 3.005.80 Twenty ships were withdrawn
long toms in October. 1951. Ths from the fleet during the month
is exclusively of cargo carried on'of March.
mnlliar. -controlled vessels. .Line 'Panama' Sil

This slump occurred during alFrom New York Today
period when huge shipments of With Light Booking
American coods were moving to Only 89 passengers are sched-
foreign ports under the Mutual'uled to sail today from New York
Security program and when big aboard the Panama liner Pana-
movements of raw materials ma. according to the advance
flowed to American ports for'passenger list received at Balboa
stockpding and national defense Heights. Of these. ten passengers
n ee are to leave the ship at Port-au-

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monthly report. the pratelv- Very few of the passengers on Kroeger; and Miss Carolind T. Raymond R. Rusche. f ,"gRANp
owned merchant fleet of the r.P southbotmd trip this week Krug" Im Si
United States as of April i 1953. ae Panama Canal employes as Mr. and Mrs. George V. Sam- M.w N.
numbered 1.262 hios of more ts is one of the slackest sea- Mrs. Jay D. Lane; Mr. and mett, Jr. and 2 children; MrS; JA...YES6R!
than I00M gross tons sons of the year for southbound'Mrs. Herbert Laronge; Mr. and Adeline Schackno; Miss Thelids
trT-vl of employes. The complete Mrs. Louis C. Larsen and son; Schulman; Edward Sholander
_.l U adani e list of passengers book- Mrs. Mabel A. Lawrence; Mr. George 8. Shugart; Miss
IUNTM ed tar Crisobal on the SJS. Pan- and Mrs. Simon Long and Spencer; Mr. and Mrs. Sher-
amal f rs: daughter; Miss Maria L. Lupi; 8Sliman; Miss Cell 8ilverman;
S, Laoaber: Miss Marie Blaber; Joseph Molz; Mrs. Jane Mose- Dr. and Mrs. Earl Smith; Merint
e1C RMiss Margaret Brenneman; Perslson: Mr. and Mrs. Lawrenoe E. Smith; John 8traub; Mr. ant
Brown: Mr and Mrs. Albert Murphy: Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mrs. Carl Sundstrom; William H.
rif *OJ Condon: Mr. and Mrs. John P. D. Paxson: Mr. and Mrs. Fred E. Ward; and Mr. and Mrs. Wease \
Cooper. Miss Evelyn H. Cramer: Perra and son; Mrs. Emilio N. Wilmo -
Mr. and Mrs. Frank R. Curtiss; -
V[ T 1 Bernard Dorfman; Mr. and Mrs. a
KNU XVILLB. Tenn.. April 14. Eccleston: Paul L Elia; and Mr. wl n i-^
(UPh-- Knoa County deputy and Mrs. Frank Lester and 2 t X .....
sheritfs said today% a dozen The P L Npa
University of Tennessee football Mr. and Mrs. ward Good- INCO O B OAL CRTE IS
layerss th.atened a pthemn % field: Miss Shirley Cover: Mr.
bIckjacka and a p sol when and Mrs. Stuart Gross; Mr. and.i L S Ltd.
they raided a suourban road- Mrs. James Grossman; Miss
house and arrested a Jorner Ruth Harkavy; Miss Irene Hew. FAST FRlNTHT AND PASSENUER SERVICES
foc:all player. ett: Miss Miriam Herman; Mss BETWEEN EUROPE AND WEST COAST .
Offices raided a club Sun- Marie A Johnson; Mr. and Mrs.,BI 'W"
Oiday s radled ae y Patch"- Murdock M. Johnson, I1; Mra4 OF SOUTH AMERICA
day called ,the ."D. y Patuch, artine Kane; Miss Victoria Kear-
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hangout, and ,:id they toundi
whisk and i. Pr openly dis-
p'ived In this bone-dry area.
Thev arrest d Joo Mcnure of
Nc-. KPr.'n' on. Pr st3r dc-
flepsive hailtici on las year's.
Tdnnessee t~mn. and Toinmj'
Fqrd, the owner. Maure is a,
prospect with the jan Francisco
Forty Niners this year and isi
not enrolled at the university.
Deputies J V. Sanders and
Carl Beal said they arrested
Fort first, but that Malure. de-,
scribed as the club's "'ounc. r."
at emoted to interfere. Sanders
aa d Mature struck him on the
'Ten or 12 of the football
players. all of them drinking.
tired to bluff us to keeo us
ftrmn arresllnr For( and
M[lur.'." the officers said
Sanders said some players
wqre armed with blackjacks
and one carried a pistol. The
pltyers were not. identified
aiure and Ford, free on $250
bojd. will be given it Oer.iral.
Bessimos Court hearing April 20

M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO" ...............April 7th
SS. "KENUTA" ............................. April 21st
M.V. "SALAVERRt" ............................May Ith

M.V "REINA DEL PACIFICO" (3M,4 mMs) ....May l1th

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Mny rooms wIfi TdRl n hi M.V. "PAMPAS" .............................A..Aprl S d
M.V. "PALERDYK" .............................April 1th
MLV. "DONGEDYK" .......................... April th
SS. "DURANGO" .............................pril 25th
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'Mystery Man' Got $16,000

For 'Investigating'

The stoeky, Ua0Pr-old wit-
neu pleaded, ud to contempt
of Congress for p u refusal
to aswer aut#aUiit qua-
tons. But it was ilatd things
mht o &eaer Ib hhim If he
teAfled freely In a new ap-
According to testimony,
Grunewald was recommended

Requiem Mass
A requiem ma will be held at
St. Paul's Church Thlunda
morning for the repose 6, the
soul of the late George W. bDok.
The man will begin at 6.

) for the UMW ad t Sa tbs
s 8tylu BrWdge .IbM ., pH
. dent pro tempore of the kaU
and former t5,600-a-year tru
tee for the UMW welfare fun
Qrunewald described hims
Sas an "Investigator and pub]
relations man" but refused
ay what be did for Lewis d
spite committee warning thi
,he might have to taka Oe ON
At that int, Rep. Hale Bog
a (D-La.) uaid runewald ha
testified previously that Lew
Wanted him to make inquiry
about the late Judge T. Ala
I Goldabosough of federal distri
Court here.
SGoldeboough had fined Lewi
union $3M00D.O for defying
back-to-rk order during
tri ke.
SGruneIald Baid the UM
Shared himh after Bridges recon
mended him as an Invertgato
SThe fine was imposed on th
Smine union Dec. 4, 109, and we
a reduced to 1700,000 by the Sc
Supreme Court March 6, 1947.
There w nothing In the tea
thnony to ld!cate when Orune
wald was hared to Invefetial
Orunewald said he gare $t
teleVision ats to Charlesu
phant, former chief counsel a
tha Revenue Bureau, and t
George Bchoeneman, fonms
revenue commislsoner, who re
turned hi because he already
had one.
rOnmewald also said he gaP
some room air conditioning unt
to Ollphant d an electric trail
to Olphant'; children.
While denying be had an
thing to do with tax cas
Orunewald said he once leame
his own tax returns were under
investigation and mentioned t
matter to Daniel A Bollch, the
auitant revenue commlsslone
He said he never heard any m
about it.
Subcommittee Couael koh
.L Tebin sai the agent vwh
Initiated the Inquiry the Inquir
was given r. reprimand and wa
taken off the cae. Another In
vetlgator found nothing wron
with Orunewald'a returns, h
Tobin alo brought out tha
Grunewald bought two nei
Cany~ser in New York in 191S
One went to Olplhank and tU
other to C. F. Routsahn, form
internal revenue collettor iz
Gnmewai Kald OUphant ~'
him for one car ad i eh.
tilan of Routmhn, paid for th
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Leave your Ad with one of our Agents or our offices in No. 57 "H" S:ieet Panami
No. 12,179 Central Ave. Col6n

Lewis Service
No. 4 TivolU Ave.-Phone 2-2291, and

Fourth of July Ave.-Phone 2-0441

Salon de Belleza Americano
No. 55 West 12th Street

Carton Drug Store
10.05 Mel4ndes Ave.-Phone 255 Col6n

Agencia Internacional de Publicaciones Propagada, S. A.
"H" street corner Estudiante St.
No. 3 Lottery Plaza Phone 2-3199 Phones 2-214 and 2-2798

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a additional word.

Household Automobiles o ha a -,s gl PHILLIPS eande Cottages. The PROFESSIONAL
WeWAl s Aleheba l ayme. aronly court in Santa Clara with an
iOR SALE:--Rodio and phonograph FOR SALE:--1950 Ford Tudor sedan, 201 .Ance. C, Ocanviy w from all cottages. stepso 195
combination, single bed, breakfast excellent condon radio, 900.00. to Rck s, refuge on
table and chairs, Norge refrigera- Phone Coco Solo 8304 DR. WENDEHAKE Medical Clini c bbea, Rand huff board. Pan Ae e NO y t 19i2
FOR SLE:-gsrnRmble con Central Avenue & K Strjet Corner, amo3-1877. Margarita -1673
tar, 60-cycle, gas range, 2 lectr FOR SALE:--Nash Rambler convert- Telephone 2-3479. Panami. l -N 4
fans, 60-cycle. Phone Balboa 2- ble: new tires. new top, over drive. No. 435 o
1891. Navy 3353, Apartment A mason, 0775-G, Williamson SPECIAL EXCURSIONSI WIlemA' San- t Cla BeCch co. M 8AVI
R13-H, Rousseau. Place. Balboa FROM PANAMA TO MEXICO 2 ibedomi. refrl n. 3, ALLON 1952
,RR S s-25cyteWctinghouone way $85, round trip 135 (15 L.&O
R SALE:- 25-cycle Westinghouse FOR SALE -19417 Cadillac sedanette. -imt), $569 good one y1 e; kEao r ,angr aol Z05o. PRESSURE SPRAYER
Refrigerator, 9 cu. feet; end table New t.res Good condition. $700.o LS AN L, one wy, $cept we$k-end19e0 oee"or W
1451 Owens, Balboa.Good condon, 700. LOS ANGELES, one way, $14 .15. Xcept week-endsS
1451 Owens, Bolbo. Navy 3402 roud trip, $252.35. 90 day-dim FOSTER'S Cottagis. One mil beyond m Gard. 19
OR SALE:-Refrigerator, 25 cycles, FOR SALE:-1942 Ford convertible, Peo Ditch Srvi 36 Avenid Santa Clam. Completely furnished.
$60; washing machine, 25 cycles. good conditon. $25000 Call 3- Nacionel (Automobile Row). Tel. Rock Gea Refrigerators and Stoves. A SBGma Fu"ZLNO 195'-
S$60; 45-r.p.m. recorder and RCA 0782. or 51st St. No. 38, Bello Po noe: 2-1655.IS- Pc tr ing 7ur Ilnen Phone DOgmar's %ORmO ,VER
radio combination $25; wicker Vist. Pctur n-70. OL E
chairs $2 each; table lamps,S 4 V e STAMP ENTHUSIASTS: .Pictures ,217901'
each; floor lamp, 3-way 12;grass FOR SALE' 1935 Ford coupe in and data on latest and maot volu Santl Clara n tch e No 95l
rug, 9x12 4; double bed, spring good condition with extra transmis- able issues. See WEEKLY RFEATURE E Wlectc hI e boaxe L U IatL e-.. heL .lU 950
and horses $4; Quartermaster sion and rear end. $100.00. 0252- in the PANAMA TRIBUNE. ate moert m Te. TL M1950
chairs $2 each; baby carriage, ex- C, Gamboo, Tel. 6-373. O -441 Gm on11 4-57 Pedro M- 1950
cellent condition $12; table lamp, FOR SALE-- 1949 Mercury 4-door FOR SALE w m._ T l ll l t S.A. 1950*
brass. 1475-D, Holden St. Custom deluxe. Duty paid. Good Miscellan uFOR A. A.
POR SALE--Whirlpool washer, 25- condition. Phone 2-1235. Misce lneou g FOR RENT hip. 1950
cycle. First offer over $75. Na.y FOR SALE--1951 Pentle Catalina, FOR SALE: -- alpe recorder, good outs ag ,
S3753. seat covers. signal lights. w-s-w condition; also modern mahogany Houses W6 P a ind Orato or move 1950
FOR SALE: Refrigerotor Westing- tires, back-up lights end directie- desk, upholstered swivel chair. Tel. FOR RENT:-Avoalable May 1-5, ful- s no, 'Phone 2-2451,
house, 9-cu. ft., all porcelain, 25- el signal. Easy terms. CIVA, S.A. 2-4902 B" Avenue No. 99, Pan- ly furnished residence: two or three 2.262. Panunl 1950
cycle. 8192-B, Margarita. FOR SALE:-1941 Chevrolet sedan, a-. bedrooms oat will, ample living-
fOR SALE: 9-cu. ft. Frigidaire excellent tires, body, 1948 motor. FOR SALE --Smmons bed steel $50.- dining, first class Itchen with big 9
S$100; washing machine $35; ra- Call PFC Parks 2112, Fort Clay- 00. coat $15.00, radio Pye $50.- refrigerator, garage, two terraces. 9
Sdio $20; fan $5 All 25-cycle ton. duty hours. 00. new English car. Call Panamd ;Plttilla Rood No. 121. 11 1950
Green porch screens, couch, 3 backFORSALE 1952 Chevrolet sed 3-24 or Bolboa 2-1905. nr F RENT.--Cholt. 60.00. G x 1
pillows $20; metal table $10, high with power-glde, rodo, directional leaving country. Na 18, Parque Lefevre. Phone 3-
niet choir $2.50; bedroom set: 2 signals and other extras. Like new. FOR SALE:-"Cia Azumcero Nkio- 3772.| ND
metoersr i ith innerspring mat- Quarters 15-C, Fort Amador. Mr. nal" preferred stocks, T% Interest. FOR RENT:-Moder chalet: 3 '
,tresses, bo lanips, dresser, chest Isher. 4127. partial value, $100. Telephdne 2- roois, 2 baths. Al El Ing
of drawers two chairs $65; glass 2844 5 Panr. $9000.. For details Tel. 3-4
top .manicure 5 ; ight stand PERSONALS FR LE-inrar 94
$4; four Ventan blinds, pole PE SONALS FOR SALE:--Piano, ref ratr RRENT: Completely fumi 1949
reen 36x36 $10 each; twIn set. wicker set ad 1949 h. house: 2 bedrooms and baths, h 1949

___________ 1 '^s ^ ^ S "^.i' _____,. M 949
matchin linoleums, green leaf d Teenagers Ballroom dance class Man- Pedregol. Colegio Industrial. water, maids room and garag
sign xrd 8 $10, 9x0 $5; ir3. Peterson House 176nng foar a 3 months course. Learn all FOR SALE.-Beautiful "Winter" pia- Will rent from May 7th to July
board 3. Peterson House 17 dances. Be popular! Harnett & no with stool. Excellent condition, 10th. Phone 3-3474, 8 to 12 and MOD 1949
Seventh and Rooevet, New Cris- Dunn. $550 00. Telephone Balboa 1214. 6 to 8 p.m.
Stool. --- liv m FOR SALE:--1948 Ford V.- 8seda,
R E-B om setlivingroom FOR SALE 24.000 miles. $900; 9-c. RENT 1949
eT, PWincessh/tyle (Colombia) din- boo livingroom set, $175.00; 9- 1949
ingroom set, Mexican style. For in- Real Estate cu0. TNorep refrigao 27F5-cyOcle ...A rti nts r I if1949
formation 'H" Street No. 30. 100. Telephone B 2107. 199.
APt. 4 FOR SALE:-Nice house near the sea LE t portable e rn 1
FM- "" Refrigerator, washIn0 "lSan P roncisco de la Caletcl with FOR SALE Feathqrw*4*t Portabl Bella Vbw fo 3 mixom after 1949
; ALre, other items frator home a city conveniences; nice locality. Singer sewing moaiine, 25 or 60 5. $100 a month. Apply Bltboa
ach s house 17. ear bus line. Chep, must sell. Go- cycles, excellent 'condition, $130.- 1065 or Panami 3-3120. A l r~.
L Cru s house 1457. ing away. For information call 00. Tel. Balboa 2-4168. FOR RENT:-To responsible Ameri- AND Bd1COV~ FURNTUm
< SALE': Refrigerator General Thomas Real Estate Agencies. Cen- FOR SALE Household effects., in- can couple, furnished apart
j lectrit, good condition, Real bar- tral Ave, Colidonia 259, Tel. 3- cluding 9 cu. ft. refrigerator, to- 36th St, Peri A N1f. -
,in. 10,08A, 10th St., Apt. 3, 1069, Panama. bis, choirs, rug, lamp, screens. 5:00-7:00 p.m. '.
w Cstbo. FOR SALE: h No. "C" beds, wicker. House 026-B, Gom- FR RENT: Furnish apa R PRA
FOR RENT: Furnsit parA' .
'A TE Street. El Carsgrejo: 4 lar!gl 6W boe o.-I ad a -- t'a
.oWANTED bthB s s: s a e a ,two b.dbom m bothV ,pr. Aw.L O I
rooms, 3 bothrtoms. ipacat 'liv.- FOR SALE:-60r-cyre unuse Crafts- Sulitoh flor two AP,
ing-dninngroom, Arch. gim2 big gton ballbearing. ,t, ptas bhp twee 5:00 Dwa. 7.I f I

m'Plea cBombers HOG-80 1 n
co Day, Jr, Embassy of the ome r0 sNo.38., T6.3 from'
ed %tdes of America, t ole -a. R pm
MmRade'r"JIk RalOr Nt" agi
reoM-To buy or rent. portable, Your Com nity ionFO
nium wheelchair.. Phone WlT PLAINS N. Y., April'
__.__ (&UP) --- Two housewives ina Pges fs0 6 .
TED:--Apartment, unfurnished. Onect fcU observation post FOR RENT:--Cool fumilhe
ll Cangrejo. U.S. couple.. No 8po*tt a mysteryy bomber and Vhere 100,000'Pef Me1et room with meals to gentle on-
dreeN. Permanent residents Pan- tree jet planes flying toward ly. Ave. Juto Arosemeno 57, cr-
I WIll sign leses Call Colon New York In a hush-hush test Toda, TuoayrW.S il 14 nor 34th Street
of East Coast defenses. P.M.
-Ae" spokesman for the Eastern 3:30-3Music for Tueesay FOR RENT: Furnished room with 01
Ch ee Defenhe force disclosed that 4:00--8unny D8 m ols or with kitchen privilege.
Slef es the planes, painted to resemble 4:16--4outh oOth e Border No. 34 45th Str. Teleifbn 3-
o FSer Tax Russian aircraft, flew Into range 4:30-What's Your Favorite 4625, 'anomi. .,
of military radar and civilian 5:30-News -
nrin 1953 observatio.iintr last Satday. 5:35-Wh'Vts roui av drite Thater Guil
i The )rtgin of the mystery 7(ntd.) w GUild
N. April 14 (UPl planes Is stlil unknown, the 6:00-Mld es' Corner A%
ner T. Colemas spokesman said. Presumably the 6:15--Musical In tlude O H Fin l
.wprteot today that planes cr, se~c aloft to "at- 6:30-Hawali Ca Sh
Wul et income tax tack" the Ebet Coast by some 6:45-Lowell Thb I r Show
ear lst, pos- strategic combat unit of the U.S. 7:00-The Prisoner at the Bar A
lucky ones. Air Force. (BBC) Fnal t r to-
gesy're ttWng money 7:*30-BLUE RIBBON 8PO RTS night
a1r. he mid. The In- But Mrs. F'rank Suiderland REVIEW- 730 for 't l
vent Bureau bl now and Mrs. Richard 8. Wechlers of 7:45-Jam Session 730 fr lOt
musical wc
about 50 per cent ahead New Canaa, Cunn., said they &800-The Perry Como S ho w bmuysal wh i
Srate in making the were told by tne air defense (VOA) by the Th r O n M
filter center here that radar 8:15-Fred Warng and his June.
an sad the number stations had no. Intercepted the Pennsylvanians Dn re
has risen partly be- fight. :30--Franlde Masters Enter- t1cDanrel B nr- t
h persons purposely Air Force jet Interceptors were tains show whi 1y Ab
S ers deduct ex- sent aloft Lu approach the un- 8:45--UP. Commentary show whlSael k b mr'k by
taxed, to make identified plants. With guns 9:00-No Name (BBC) Gracelyn lg and
otd not owe any- stripped for combat, the four jet 9:30-Music of Howard Barlow will handlev mii &ea lind
15. fighters made contact with the (VOA) tlon. Vi
"InvaBrtD' by radio and blinkers 10:00-Cass Harrison Try
Newsmen and establ"hed their Identify as 10:15-Musical Interlude Tryouts r L 11r h .t Ancon L t
New n friendly. 10:30-Variety Bandbox Laundry. Ann
A Mrs. Suncerlnd, wife of a 11:00-The Owl's Nest Laundry.
d Preview paper manufacturer. said she Midnight-Sign Off -
The i wwas at her observation post at AFGE Lode 14
Theater about noon Saturday when 'sh Tomorrow, Wednesday, April 15
I 0reening of "Aslsn- heard the droning of enghas. A.M,
will beheld at th he and Mis. Wechsler, wife 6:00-Sign On and Alarm Clock Meets To wo~W
tomorrow morning of a New Yorl: altorne spotted Club t
of the press, offI- the aircraft through bnoeulars 7:30-MorninR Salon Members f 14 of the
oce artment and touched off the in tception 8:15-Morning Varieties American Feet oi Govern-
ernent officials by notifymg tr al de use tflit- a&:O-Your American V siV ment ato-
octr er center. 9:00-News morrow at I l-
l based on a seles 9:15-Come and Get t boa Lodge
SPost. The shoaiv B9:30-As I oee Itr
shed inthe Legislative Body 1i0:00--ews M. ^, w ,. h
S.o Of CLU To Meet 1:0-1 i re canoo ddsate
1l:01-Off the Record (con. w.)will giv
Officers of the legislative com- r 1200-News learned de
S THE NEW mittee of. the Central Labor PJM. girls met o el t
PLECTROLUX meet Thursday at 7 p.m. In the 143: -Popular Nhua e A report on
Board Room of the Adminlitra- 1:00-News affecllng membekl wll alsobe
SCLtNMR YOU NEVER tion Bulding. 1:~ -Personality Parade "iven. th
RATV TO EMPTY 1:45-Lum and Abner
2:00-Three-Quarter Time 6:30-Parade Of H4 -
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ilwauk A e I.
Brooklyn 0 0 .000
NEW YORK, April 14-For one day at least, chlc o0 .000
the newest club in the Major League business, the New or i 0 .000
PhIlAdelphis 0 0 .000
Milwaukee Braves, reigned supreme. They were all Pittsburgh 0 0 .000
St. Louis 0 0 .000
alone in first place. Cincinnati o 1 So
They got there simply because At Brooklyn, the Champion TODATS GAMES
they won the only baseball game Dodgers take on last year's piti- NATIONAL LEAGUE
played in the season's opener ful Pirates with cool Carl Ersine Pittab ht Brooklyn
yesterday. At Cincinnati, before opposing little Murry Dickson in cintt at C hicago
30,103 opening day fans, the a battle of right handera before St. Lou s at Milwaukee
transplanted Braves, formerly of 120,000. New York at Philadelphia.
Boston, defeated the Reds, 2 to
0, on three-hit pitching by mus- The CubS, who have high hopeS
cular Max Surkout and timely of crashing the first division, YESTERDA' RESULTS
hitting, base-running and field- open at home against the Reds NATIONAL LEAGUE
Ing by Negro rookie Bill Bruton, with Bob Rush, the fire ball right NATI L L U E
formerly of the Minor League hander opposing old Ken Milwaukee 100 10 000 9 1
Milwaukee team of last year. fensberger, the lefty magician Cincinnati 00 0000-0 3 1
from Cincy. Surkont (-0)D and Crandall.
The other ballyhooed open- Podblelan (O-),. Smith and
ing game between the New In Philadelphia, Robin Rob- Landrith.
York Yankees and Senators at erts, the number one winner in
Washington was rained out. the Majors, opposed oldster Lar- other aes scheduled.
That gave right-hander Rich- ry Jansen of the Giants as an- o other
ard M. Nixon, a vice presiden- other 25,000 were estimated to
tWal relief hurler, at least a be on hand. AMERICAN LEAGU
year of rest, since President El- Teams W L EAUE
senhower, also a right hander, For the World Champion Boston 0 0 .000
agreed to take over Thursday Yankees, quick Vie Rasehi will Chicago 0 0 .000
and throw out the ceremonial try to continue his great hex Cleveland 0 0 .000
pitch when the Yankees again over the Athletics. He now has Detroit 0 0 .000
return to the nation's capitaL a 4-lifetime mark over tiem New York 0 0 .000 Siml 0mnh i
Mr. Esenhower previously had and wil be opposed by lefty Philadelphia 0 0 .00 old brown ao of G
elected the emerald greensarad Alex ellner, who once in a St. Louis 0 0 .000 start that he will b
of the emstera' Golf Course at while trouble the Bombert. Washington 0 0 .000 Predent of the R
oAugp th a., over the somewhat The Yankees guessed taht 40,- teet rils pr .
dod ondr t smat Grith Sta- 000 would attend their tfesi- TODAYS GA MES ran ta f~tes
dowdyr d ond at rieffithta- ties. AMERICAN LEAGUE defeating rteadCly
dium for official relaxation,. t* Chicago at Cleveland thriller. Oo. adr,
But when It developed that the MFu&
rescheduled T lursday afternoon The bixest crowd, upwards of Detroit at St. Louis (N) ace Jote "Paso"
ame coincided with an appear- 50,000, will turn out at Cleve- Washington at Boston Beaigno Manduanm
h.. l..t a ke In Wash-I land's Municinal Stadium to see Philadelphia at New York. an eatryI

ington anyway, he decided to the intrepid Indians try once
join the asqball fans for a day. more to dethrone the Yanks
In yesterday's thrilling start on Rated as best to win if the Yank-
C~ncimatl, Surkout and Bruton ees fall. teh Ohioan sent Bob
o were the bi boys for the Braves. Lemon. a 22-game ,nner to the
Surk" q atelded three hito, two box to oppose Saul Rngovin ol
of theft ground rule doubles and the White 8ox.
he dbed not walk a man.
i. Bton go the game's first hit, At Boston, the Senators pitted
a fh leaning single scoring their strong armed right hander.
Swhati rovi to be the winning Bob Porterfield, against SlimMel
run bhy ruling home from sec- Parell of the Red Box before
nd a short ground single by 15.000 fans.
i o owdon. He also made six
outid catches, three of them The Browns and Tigers will
S pe it.cular grabs which pre- shoot old team mates at each
% Wm o a 4l)und rule doubles Into other.

Striumph to Milwaukee Sta- Tiger Virgil Trucks, a two-time
dlSu before a sellout of 6,00 no-hit pitcher last year and for
Simi as crafty lefty Warren Detroit It wll be Ned Garver.
-fvete eight bander of the St. trouble was a 250,000 Brownie
Su alS& what IL ba t pprtv and Detoit wi try.to
a~~arow wheree In the rehabilitate him atlOust part
LoasLag. of that big parcel this year.

Brazos President's Tournament

Qulifying Extended To 36 Holes
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a gros of Penfold golf
"ad Briaz Brook's Presod-
00 Morland came up with
anal prizes in the form of
400-day clocks, the Tour-
it Committee, Mr. Jack
decided to extend the
inxg round in the Presi-
Tournament from 18
to 36 holes. The quallfy-
as was also extended an-
week and players have un-
iown next Sunday, April
Pbitplte their 36-hole
Ong stint.
Cpt. Fenton's golf
be used to present
who completes his
alifying round with
others will go for
and spot prizes.
for this tour-
ed into fights
to handicaps. Th
w ll consist of those
handles from 1
Aeof ilht 9
a the third ght
with handicaps
S2. Sixteen men
rOll Vaioy itr
St follow on the
Slow gross .scres.
0t-dIay clocks will be a-
I as medalist prizes in
roup on the basis of low
IOres. One dosen Penfold
WlI be awarded in each
to the player having the
it core. Another doaen
i Will to to the play-
I*Groap turning in the
UorMe in the first round
S tc np The ter
lr, will o to the winnEr
inner-up In each fight.

Here are the scores turned in
so far in the qualifying round:
JinpmmyPlain ... . ..-75-7-150
aeone Engelke .... 73-78-151
Frank Williams .... 79-74-153
Anbal Galiido .. 76-79-155
Lyle Koepke ...... 77-79-156
Paul Richmond .. 78-76-164
Fred Huldtqulst.... 85-81-166
Vern Prier. .. .. .. 84-83-167
Gil Moland.. .. .: 84-85-169
Jimmy Raymond. .86-84-170
J. A. NXftea ...... 91-90-181
Herbert Toledano. .. 91-91-182
VirgU Reed .... .. 95-93-188
BRggie Armstrong .. 99-96-195
Dave Henderson.. .. 75
Martin Chadwick. .77
Bob Alexander .. .. 77
Joe Kenway ...... 78
Don Mathieson .... 79
fPank Day. ... .. 79
Ted Appelunist .... 82
I. J. Schiebeler .. .. 80
Jck Hardy ...... 83
Baun Puller ..... 83
Tom Drohan ...... 84
Ray Larrabee..... 84
Henry Parks ...... 84
Al Pacheco...... 84
Scotty MacDonald .. 84
Roger Orvis ...... 86
Mark White...... 86
Charley Wood .... 86
Joe Noonan ... 87
Charley Louis...... 87
Joe Harrington .... 88
Dick Brown ...... 89
R. de Boyrle.. .... 90
Howard Finnegan .. 90
C. Stroop..... .. ..91
J. M. Ryan. ..... 91
C. B. Maduro. ... 93':
Jim Burns. .. .. ..
Mike LaCroix. .. .. V
R. C. Cullen.. .... f :
Bob Chandler.... .
R. R. Pife ...... ..1
I. X. Brantley .. ..1

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Bruton, etf 4 1 2 6 0 IngE W& ry
Logan, as 4 0 0 5 2 lo-al box"g "p ,rte._
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Gordon, If 4 0 2 0 0 0 Sld
Pafko, rf 4 0 0 2 0 o orify t bfw .
Adcock, lb 4 0 1 9 0 conte stw to
Crandall, c 4 1 1 2 0 llt because
Dittmgor..2 4 0' 1 1 pack solid
Burkolz.p 4 0 2 0.1 da "0lod tlc1
Tetds 34 2 9 27 Swell-
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Temple, 2b 4 0 0 pond cam
Adams, 3b 4 0 1 1 4 bly aft W''I.
Marshall. rf 4 0 0 0 whenhe COi_ no low
Klusewki, lb 4 0 2 the weight.M ;e h
Greengrass, If 3 0 0 2 0 f
Be: ef 3 0 1 2 1 g the eh M
Hlam so 3 a 0 2 3 rotisgan &h
Landrith, c 3 0 1 5 .elvn's t
Podblelan, p 2 00 0 1 png al Mu wo h i
A-Hatton 1 0 000 a 0 tau tm aa
Smith, p 0 0 0 0 Bourne hu en Ihtg Wi
his usjal ccaracyj ml is een an ot
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side Carlota GCYce, of La Boca
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Stuart, AUefo 4id4 a new Ond
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who turns the "utitury" 12:8
second. will asu g action.
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bow-H4[b-WTIri Tf feature at-
traction for tht-day will be the
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boa Bowng entry the teams of
Sboy 4 rr presenting the
1bo"a h Achail, the Canal
1Moe OalUege and the
Cristobal Schol met in the
first Of tao triangular matches
to determine the winner of In-
scholastic Bowling Champion-
ship of MC Cnal Zone.
The winner of this competition
will b'presmnted with a trophy
which e-to. bn presented by the
Pancanal Bowling Association of
the Anrieap Bowling Congress.
Permanent possession of this tro-
phy will be to the first of the
schools which wins the annual
competit- n three times. The sec-
ond match is to be held at the
Margaita Clubhouse Alleys on
Saturday 18, April 1853.
In the first meetin the Bal-
boa Boys secured 7r points by
rolling the bet score for the ae-
ries and in the first and third
ames, the second game being a
tie between Balboa and Crito-
bal. CZJC salvaged one point by
coming in sound in thethird
gam* whle le ritobal High had
Stotl of 3 points.
Fler t0e Or Cristobal secured
7 ponts by winning the first and
third, games and compling the
series total.e Baba
Olr5 wOn the second game and
colleq ed 5 pints whbe the Girls
frtm CZC s ere being badly out-
The school standings are: Bal-
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Banl-e B3es
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Lomedico .... 129 155 284
Arias ....... 172 128
oicero ...... 167 122 2
Vega ......... 164158 166 4
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PONTIAC, Mich., April 14 W"Le the go pi knhu t tuth '- c i .
(UP)-A minister denounced 27 -im,"
housewives from his pulpit to- TWIGH PANAMA P., TYWIaA% Amlt ,
day for playing a form of bingo
In the church.
The Rtev. John E. Spradle L

Latfest Western Defnse Piar
them grandmothets, who w e .re
arrested in the Church of God
lost Thursday night.
Twenty-five of the women .
letines and twoare awaiting
for participating in the A
gaae of "fascinatIOn." a form of
=Igo, which was outlawed here
ago. U. 1)
Raided t hEmphosize Air Pwe -udd
-ame, the leader of the group
oan caliUg numbers from the WASHINGTON, April 14 (UP) chief of staff to NATO com- eorge M. Hmnphrey will Ji oter cited
-palt. -Military authorities have scal- mander Gen. Matthew B. Ridg- Wlson at the coterenc;. air spurt% for =
Mu l Judp e Maurice E. ed down heir plans for more Al- way, said recently the West Bu- WisonW seComnianled b A7ot of 6-reece
lnnea levied the fines and led ground divisions in Western ropean defense forces are sp- SetMary Rbert T. t* ,a" ,; m en neid
y praised a sermon onEurope this year and will put proximately at their 1952 goal sheet an ipecton o. iof
matter.? and a est major emphasis on building up of 50 divisions and 4,000 air- forces In France .and o ground f
Today, Jms prad 19, Atlantic Pact air power. planes. before the mnwetl. or.
minister, James orten,19.aw-
reniebur, Tens, scolded the Defense Department sources "'va
reported these developments as While Ridgway's headquarters Bradley w participate in or 'on as the It
'It ws very d.stastful to me Defense Secretary Charls E. Wil- has been represented in Paris trator y on renes of theatAt- of orppuDg i1
to tlink that gmin went on and Gen. Omar N. Bradley, dispatches as wantoln abodt g"roap begin hig A- betrea.
toarmnk tha gamblingtwenefon
ere the gospels being chairman of the Joint Chiefs of eight more divisions added this I1
preached a ouas well s Staff, prepared to fly to Europe year, some military men in the Several factors apparentlyj
must have been shocked and today for North Atlantic Treaty Pentagon will not be surprised it fluenced a shift, n em .
r d to hear about, OanItlon conference which a lower target Is set. a er for the year's NH
adley told his conggation. 1i9 dedd l53 strength u b t ue .
"Our ch mth ls i est U.S. military plaMners expt might remain at 59, where iis pl1es intimated to a -Sh
ow t tthe gain, becmattse the NATO alies to fix a gra of now, with this e r'stffe rpidonal committee in
it may d to geessiv becau 5, airplanes. a they ap- directed mainly at making y made public tha
bin and theefore lead to parently are reconiled to ea- those divisions aer eftftive A. might send aiore
crlme ike killing and other epting a small inreae in term of traa era es aid to andoe in at the e
ses o world nes." numbers of ground diViVI. ment and suppeI g utI. Ot.rope, that vould be
rt n asodiscussed the gam- Gen. Alfred M. ru enter, aid for found forces. boe
b Incident. A one-time tentative goalp of 3 iA n
'rs taught us to love our 9. divsons by 195 ap r to Thereare strategy a well aU ai on
ne'l"r as ourself, and it I (rl al Ele d have been abandoned altogeth- economic considerations. va dy.-
eS na man who loves his fel- er. t a dan pechre .
lo wianould not take his tel- The B ritish chiefs of tio g -to the harve.
low men'a a," Orten said. r Final fures for 1953 wVl b..e long hae arued a eaded'te. ri oolie rom rd.
"Idt Mn B to me as id our IWI W *I IV W fixed by the NATO meetig in "counting heads" that eedln n ialta
UtHd a was aroused more n la AAl Paris ol April 23. tryIn to mateh ausu 'In a f te /
ltk thi at S unto chance h 30n1me1ea3 s=Wado Ak MIlN
ambling than oer Secretary of State John foster defense baned sr.
i ler wcked.os l t J Nhe saBUR 8outh Afri Dulles and Treastnr Secretary quality of aireapon.
arenVquoted Lao 19:41S jO IN UR4 SouthA A -
Wit Christ seeing money- ca, April 1 (UP)--Tb'he 1)lon of
Changers in the temple, and South Africa elects.a.new House
r.As:,"I .ho ea t house of Representatives tomorrow in
obt V#q have made it an electlot considered the most
:' dO the So viet U nio W p &' 1
C hl '.thres,' important in the history of the
.Twnty-lour of the women in- country. S -o n
v1heedIn the 6gm' were fined The Nationalist Pifty led by
ach ftrabling. Each had Premier anel P. alan =eeks Fs
pa $1.75 to paticipate In the eventual formation of a. south
African republicer independent 8 I
Sl of -from the iBritiah Comiain- '
w oith "e a ambling The minority Union Parti led
us. ls olyD aine. b yeror dla wyer .lN nITORS NATE: -T e tionary days, there the nes a
-i o n" ad M L or usnerster a roulerme Pthods to p mrlei s at 6difrs aw oio o bo .out thr deeeoa .R
a r' tw S tick, 58, were set up a totalitarian state out- T te co u T chrch- r
Mhnre d jith aiding. and Pbet-side the co.tolwel the. tu ed-td the Mh fo tbs. g Th Dm WD ,
th. 'Ti pleaded innocent and warns that a Nationipst victory 1n the o W eWp -" obtain b zaiue "our""
W l. ti "ledTusay, may be "dfina" J Mrs. Helen td "who reluctant to 'go on
."W Mrs. Wilos said Malan's party is known for its aecompalned bhr d the number. We .
A s to file a petition emphasis on white supremacy John idDe of the H ing- fa rly soecuratle
f ip r~ea of the ant bingo and Apartheid racial segragad- m~ yNews teas her ot a eou f
tion. .epriltig of rligsen aid There is one ,Rman
don't feel that I did any- The Unionists differ little in the churches in BR la. church and al a
wt)n-rong by holding the the belief in white supremacy church whl *tall
o he i but have pronmled to Call a na- By HELEJ READ WIDL bihmitory n what wa
ea Jatioa n s'only taking tional congress to consider ra- NEW YORK, April 14 (UP)- outer'otC oGdm;g.
t redo of club women cal ,ssueq. Lenin and Stalin and their
to o a little recrea- iThe group winning control of brand of Marxist Communtsm We w t@
as. 1 hdtime Women gdthe lower chamber elects the have taken the place of GOd h te ch rlh is
Wb'd did something a- premier And controls the coun- and the church for sogreat I 64d=1bthe rN4
g a." t ttry. many citizens of the Soviet thousands of
Aligned with the union oppo- Capital. an
143 l,.:, )nll t M"ionh ae the Labor. Party and
Sthe newly-formed Torch Comn- Everywhere you go In Moscow
Wednesday, April 15 mando, an anti-Malan political are statues, huge portraits and a th
L4)W organization of war veterans Place ~ names r thee two re-
Ai. 10:49 a. m. foimed to fight the National. volut0onary heroes whose doc-
S11:14 p. m. aa trine that there is no supreme h
being and "religion is the opiate toward
of the masses" has bitten deeply
into the younger generation. Int o
There are almost coimtless a
lovely old Russian Orthodox
n' o churches going to rack and ruin and
in the great sprawling city to ha
Before the revolution regular ed
services were held Ip these, but p
U now they are multi-family to h
dwellings, storage sheds or just The
f ruins. If there is enough roof be a
left in one section of the ruin, would
I'everal families may be living fire. a
This is a sight that one sees made
in every section except in the lln and
heart of the city where hun- secutlo a
dreds of old building and houses allowed
were torn down to, enlarge ganda
streets ~nd souar. own
In contrast toethe -pre-evolu- A

iair rueL Sh should realize that "veryo0p-erty
I-ube odour she doesn' notice, bt others
hah' h. Talculn powde t is? enough.
t mnoug. Sipart women now use OO-RO-NO,
ai d rsin t that Ianre. complete

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