The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/01566
 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: AA00010883:01566
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-American re at war
who refuse tS return to their
own lines In Kork wHlt estal-
fled technically as din but
actually will be eoMan ed vic-
tiau of Cosmunist propaganda
"techniques." It WM dIas lomd
The Arm y aid it will be
forced by military law to label
yu uch men a deserters.
.at a -abokeman added tist
'actually we will look apot uch
persons 4 psychiatric sateerser
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PANMUNJW M, April 17 (UP) United "e '
Iegotiators told the Communists tay they a o
to RP5 prdliIi7 '"nd-the-war" tu b tomrrea
na he United Ntions proposed tat Swil
named as He neutral nation administering to W -
wo refuse repatriation. -
Thus, Atk UN served advance RNtic o t Mafr .
that the minimum price for a Korelmw ts Aij wt4*
thBt no prisoner will be forced to retrutfe khis Commm .
ist homeland if he doesn't want to go. "
* It Ga. WIlam R. Harrison, glala -- t
bhw -rV. n ieMtator, informed he Wigl
&iOref Oen. Ram AI the UN K Is Ik t
rarb a "bra tack&" disom- mut d a
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wan to re their home- Prior to W 8X lnonc.aWWe-
Smet that tvooy of
In such a "ase, he sad, the tmt and wounded U rl er.
Army will lt on l nveMtia- will. not reach. Kee t rAil
Ut. by a WAt nati before e so e time Tuayilahe oom-
t Itat. mand had believed all prttmers
vb.aemt m na eotffl- listed for exchange had reeahed
Si f.Wr W as po int six mile frem here.
But off i belime many of The fourth aad lit. convoy,
the 0,t14 Mmit as8 listed as the CommunIsts said. wl' leaI
missip actual may be pron..- far northern Korea ilndA"
a morning and reh Z5aesem at5
ca om 't reported in p.m. Tuesday. Tht would be aft-
S 1 -w,' aR that they are er the actual exchange of pris.
Js Almetlcans cap- eser Is scheduled to hae be-
tI. W DUMme Department gun.
a wMI Amerca.n_ prus- The Reds glve no Indication
.'.16 Hv be sick and how many prtqonera will be In
for early ex- the last convoy of. 20 vehples.
Originally they had aanounced
-skis ojflcers a94d the prisoners would be delivered
M aot casy large in three convoys.
reur ning Si nericans The Co-mm un_.mi Vnot yet
we ,Omaunimst pro- Indiceted w t t l ac-
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&ath pr'dieted, laying the mroa &_. br. ir-
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Se. Arranements roups at out
to have the lody all day lonfl iN. y am
bed tat their way home Wdstil wander- i
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ILsand casesma afnd thg flit Mu ^Ct a- I
tt^mtvd on the lath- "Most are ffertzu from a.-'
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THE-MAIL BOX 10'0 as"hygo
executives George 8
S-- I -- Ie Biofl and George. ,
The Mail lan is an open forum for readers of The Peneama Ame Past yeara. Still tbo
leam. Letters are received gratefully and are handled In a wholly coanfl- 0ro1 O lt. '
It you cotribute a letter don't be impatient it it doesn't appser tih. He WUking in n.
eset day. Leters ar published in the order received. as abor frent. T
Please tiry to keep the letters limited to one pag lent is. in thel hands of r
Identity of letter writers is held in stricteas confidence. ,&,~.me'*.*.. ,. --o.
?thi newspaper assumes no responsibility for statement sa opinions merit of Justice--ai
S report justinished
+ pre Islorannr frM soee. agents who worked ate zi
o waterfronts for more thn six ..
months at a cost of nl re *
WHO PAYS THE MOVING MAN? of thousands of dollar# to the "
Citbl C. Z taxpayers. .
Cristobal, C. Z. That report shows ** ',
ihir Ryan was Just the
account executive for S f
In these days of stringent economy there seems to be one lit- woven mob of political
tile deal which has escaped the higher-ups. -whose house guests, diAl
companions, fellow -
Why are the France Field residents being moved at the ex- attenders ad business
pense of the Panama Canal Company? reach into the truckhine ar
merit, food, constrc '
When these people accepted those temporaly assignments bulldlhg service ilu4i ''
they were informed they could expect a five day notice to move. The real story is h-.
Actually they have been given almost five month .Warning. and po ilt cal offl
Who protected and dlr i
How can this little gift be justified at a tMi-r4ihen, for exam, !ding who has Just had a gre t
pie, the administration can't afford to equip tho ew houses wit# pfa.;j
ouvers? The brutal fact is that ael
baffled the public has for its njoney
-Baffled and patience is the indiet e
of an AfL inter1aionat
presldenT on charge of MtOW-.
ORCHID PICTURES SOUGIftf 1 a few dt a l I f
Cristobal, C. Z. Browne and Bloff for
1ne movie industry doWn to
Sir: $1,000,000.
My in-uiry is addressed to the many photographers who We've had the I alln *
early tookpictures of the orchids exhibited late in February George Scalise for stelinf
by the Gold Coast Orchid Society. fl chiwd n a er l eynetr---'----"'--
S May, I sugest that you make an effort to get those trans- operators and, shaking down ,
parencies to the individuals concerned, If this Is not possible, building owners.
oft the Oprai.as H is and-Killing
the bring or send sr-me to the Orchid Society at the Trefoil We've had the Jailingd1eJim
mouse for the meeting of April 20. y ofr thet Operatin g anee rs
f r extorting .lmobt $250,000,
Thanks... omroad construction corpo- 80 RUARK
Pictures Desired But they are all UvinR e o e* -I
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_------ fo rtably. n Brbokl e BrMa..S NEW YORK. I am torn, a1 It wer IbitweVi lIng (or Widowhood, short of b y .glu rather
SIDE GLANCES wy lbra th Doff unde- the .nIoraF e and dU.L, because i cannot, decide- wpther bvlously and serving it with tn
Etecton'of he Justir De Ma rt'- ilUke & piece called "stop YO ^ tlia she Isnt supposed to MZe e iheiM u
Sent soie rln the ad- Dl ndl" better than another call "Pr our m
Ivwest. ty Fstil sufthendes Wife to Be a Widow." Out of pare ip W are on ou ts the lry
4I | U | many of the Zasteon s lons think I11ll settle for the first, title- "'. whoutl" li i dUt
S I n which he on operatet.d Having had a reasonably good t .6wUI
SThis, even from Ijal em.' bra.wl with mama the oth er n i, sif Opr a cotrlvedt .l
1,E Each served a few/ea, g)ay this effort, I would prestimne at a pudding r-
wil be out soon and just ladles. sverywhe"e. ro e the BO r
slipped out of sight. a I .. ....
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.lrem receed for tater, thel mamJOrity
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qONONTAL 4 Boundary
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Mal '5 Alter ereen
edsrave Attire
estarsina 7 Doctor et
k- Mrles Polhteel
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l w-_ 8 *ExcaidmlKm
Is k8i ol Companion
3 -" 10 Afresh
U g-_ .one 12 Mock
S M O13 Mountain
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10- maker 18 Notaries
public (ab.)
20 Having no
31 Puffs up
S 23 Lacerater
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24 Mohammedan 38 Wan
priest 3 Verbal
26 Sheaf 408 ovie river
27 Moving trucks41 German
28 Italian efty stream
32 Uncover 43 Cataract
33 Turned 44 Large plant
outward 45 India wegh
35 Rodent 47 Unit 3ver
37 Expunge 49 OrIentl pegy

She bellhobsa vf u time 4* 5fWka W
handp. Me anextraofVtWAYI etettI
Sfr swatch of mink.
den th-variet tourists a There a ort of ways to lead a ieee o
month. this sort, winding up of course With a moral ia is .
So nothing happened r favor of mtn, but I r
the noisy ailing Of eso of the ex l huld point er a ut wh oud
0oys." The V 1narcot1s, ext on Point after 4 a strtlinJnuotpn ot imap
gambling, shalkM etkd klok l ausnd
bc !orate eM fA g % m has bet dw," the distaff al
motemoney the Now o k r says, "that your pies a cake, and mitB ,
waterfront than eve r bqe. Wo r bt dr better, of court than tber l
They flourished even as 71lnkk biw mae-- 4e n e .1 b t1 o bY-
Joe got himself. booked an ed n 'your- There totin uptoomuch.
finger *Mprted.oon, weight for the good of the male ldtttlen, to
nomenon. Members of thesay. nothing of his figure." And forth. S
.nomenon. Membersof the. Fhius
old Atomle nergy Commis" There seems to be some sort of roncerteAd. ffr MU hotilp '
blon labor panel br. been afoot to kill us. all Off, with kindnas .or oeS '
buttonholed by 4- b in- wine, and It makes me Plainly nervous. I do not er 1e
stallation Jwork*k n told Wish, for tc, to prepare mama to be a the owlMI
o to sten t*. thir widow. W'm, w m reason, whda 'hC6 hood. wh
leadhers-that bae good, but I.Will as at least a dead hMat With dter. o,
had to pay foi ho Fv whom. tm
with cash e tathe I b ao .on who xu l ,B hbron. t the
t fs pa yenvel*pe ,And. furthtO.re,.A oan do her own prepU- E.
out the construetionea eem
ry window. e- L" I *
Over the desk of Al, Team- N -
stat' leader Dave Beck today '
coma letters a.nd tlons frum n
h been? Aue a msn

s-corA muWai. when W <3A.- A tightening n to
ntembers ris eto mpli'nI f b top 464
WO told to 'W dow you're ficlaals IsW-Jgu osI-ed.. '
but of order," Elsnht a 'o w' t
Iftthjif a o nefta -hs
We get hundreds of letters the pre. onei
ndng up with "Keep my name loophole l open.
confidential, I Wxnt to be a- provialoin *yl'F hof wt are it
round my wfl.and kids Just as trial l to teit what public
Ia ltte loner. Or "I request would be policy.
you keep this confidential: we
don't want any night visits Theme w ld
our homes." would be'
mation I 6 9M*
It can be safely prdleted ports, wi he
that APL president Geord a Oth
Meany willush baek the 1. be .
pril 30 d1 m for aelio n new uatil
the New ark waterotLt. He for fomal .
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Youth bed cotton
bedspread ..........8.75
Fielornt cotton
bedspread .........12,50
curtians .. 2.95 and 4.50
Soiled clothes
baskets .9.50 and 14.95

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ture which give it iam
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*ttttgtw caale........... .so
Cuotl toell" seats ........ 8.50
tOh*ild towel holders 0.50 to 1.25
.o.ap ray. ........... O,15
P ,art% ,,t"4n all tyles

'altlB ddwrs ....... 3.75
leund rubber
4Mrpetl..w.......... @i4b
,ubbn rpetn ...... a

oove .....2.95 and 3.95
Clean clothes oart .... 5.95

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nrv W Orune\\ald testited ~wok,. and clients. .'ho paid hint
erday lie once was palaiance sums al var1ou.s time as
900 by the Chinese Nation-;a public relations man or in-
ta foi bu'inig 100 fighter iesiigatoi
p arn Chiang Kai-shek' The list included Chiang. Sen.
ant was unable to Re Styles Briages iH-N.H.'. John
on .ts own. L. Leis. Tommy Corcoran. one-
h- master Washington mire- iime adviser to Prmsident Frank-
I 1 .a_ ot Ch,,,t he 1in D. Roosevelt. the American
nf rom tre Nrth Amiterl- Broaaasting Co Amn.?ran
.R..ion Co of Callof 1.a. Cable Co.. Pan American Air-
5 Ah.Tl Co.. of C .iof, I.as. IormeE General Senice
m out of t" aS k Administrator Jess Larson. bor-
m oet Internal Revenue oincials
Said he had o ea h Charles Oliphant and Ge3rge J.
H. .. Duth Kindeloerger ofiS'lhioeneman, and former Set s;
North American for the ciaft '-13 Wa "tar -anI
ways reeled 1n oa- 0In most cases. Grunewald :e-
t eandtm tax-S sumiutn- tmsed to say what he did for his
da m. W.rslaatosing lit of friends, friends or .cljents, q U$grounds
that such itforituion ',as not
Pertinent" to tax. Inquiry
He did i ialomittee
xan orry Tey failed to file tax
returns for the out two years
because he is "broke." despite
a declared income ot Inope thran
ped Republican1 s an"'."'"
]ie d.C, xoraxahlbed him
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WASHMiNGTON. April 17 ?fu) Cl id him t 8. 1946
-House lqmocratic leader *Bani or-ivesti~tlgtlvw Ik.'
R4aburn (D.-Tex.i said today M MD u *.af 'E en-
Te-ans who voted' Rpub l 9caoenez'6i coAt.ipt O gRress
la November fdi the seond-jh .e or IVo rwress to
tie in history "already are sayv- aksw* .tQutlons,
I never again." Rayburn tola said h# berwhen 1
th House -he discovered the he boou0 6. _1l s for
eh ngilng sentiment during a Chia.. .m g ,, be-
Zlt e-day Easter recess visit to 1oe t il"tl et Into
-tat- world Wafr>J
He said he: did't know how
He made the comment after much the Cilneae aid for the
]ep. Noah M. Mason IR -Il.. re- craft but t.01t kndw "they
prtedo on his own visit back couldn't getth'alrlanes any-
ne, s oaytng he found his cons-iwhere ele."' .
tituents disappointed and un- Grune 1t heairplane
happy because taxes haven't e ,al was led t d int the
brn cut. q40s by'. ep, Dies I D-
TeX.) who "VAOtbo ibft1 planes
14ason sald if the election % ere 'e*.re goilg to Iua or Ger-
held tomorrow, the 50,000-vote man
hniin he got in his district Di later .told A reporter he
Vuld be cut to 25,000, did not remember much about
Shis investigation. But he said
way of cgoument Rayburn he recalled going to President
: "My state went Republican Roosevelt and telling h im
ovember for the second time 'somethinR is gaing to have to
It history. But they're already be done about this man OGrine-
as ing 'Never again'." 'wald."




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9 p.m. in the patio
CABS HARRISOM conducting a
21 plece orchestra. In a program
of moddra, popular music.

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Holiday Tomorrow
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Dn It was voted that an ausaltant',
d reporteA w aUL b, pointedd toi
attend iad .,eve the news fort
the Pac. ,4e ets.
Of Ints t. to. he group was
the hat that t.rs -e, now e9
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here. TIs Je Mtte Lowe fund
be reached the an of $11.38,
al which l an record,

111i Board members who were
on present inclndd: Mrs. John Sey.
he bold, Mr Victor Carter, Mr&'
Saul Jacobson, Mrs. John Ken-
nedy, Mi. uordam Balbernie,
d Mrs. Cbarks Calloway, Mrs. R.
r- A. 3uper I -E -J 0. W a, Mrs.
h- Pat y 'Mrs. Cari Webb,
Mrs. RUb $a", Major Joseph
Davls, tha Atlantic 8dS ,
PeStrnle lM0ta ]M I. Charles
o-. Wull, s. A. u ovel, Mrs. Hen-
he Bigelow, Mr'. Curtis Coate and
,Mrs. Leo NuA..

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lowing a 30- dat rand Jury
Indictment t .at red. him
with the larceny ',5,3 of
union funds. nap haa been
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began 1Is probb of New York
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No. 12,179 Central Ave. Col6n

Lewis Service Salon de Belleza America So Cuarlt D g Store
No. 4 Tivoli Ave.-Phone 2-2291, and No. 55 West 12th Street 10.- C0lWnds Ave.-Phone 255 Colds
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Fourth of July Ave.-Phone 2-0441 No. 3 Lottery Flaza Phone 2-3199 Phoat 2-21 and 2-2798

Household Automobiles o. ,f e wasrs". 0 s 0m1. Oca1s9de Os Sndcto PROFESSoIOg L
Households f. .ia Clara, Box 435, ealbob.R A
-FOR SA e -5-pc. baboo se. Tl FOR SALE:-1950 Ford Tudor sedan, 208 AsA C. t Panomo 3-1877, Cristba 3-167.
2-787, Balboa, House 795-8 La excellent condition, radio, $900.00.DR WENDE E M l Spend your week end t Casino nt Ao Noy
Boca Road, Balboa. Phone Coc Solo 8304. Spend your end t Cin
Boca Ro, BaClbo. __ __ e col T Central Avenue & K Street Corner, Cl, cabin $4.00 a coupl. n
FOR SALE:-Brand New Double BedFOR SALE: 1951 Ford. Excellent Telephone 2-3479, PanaoA. music by Cosio Ac
with Coil Spring 77.00; Twin Size condition. Must sell, $1175. CallTravel via "AREA, "the Route of tU LT ARtA
(Coil Spring) 58.00; Wardrobes 2-4479 after 4:00 p.m. Travel via "AREA," "t he Route ofte iui S 2 bede pm Clrefs s
from 10.00; Electric Stoves I(110- power-glide. Cvole IN PRICES: .. FREE MEALS... ;`1111. .we Babo. .O I S 7.i-
7.50 and 19,00; China Closets FOR SALE: 1952 Chevrolet wI IN PRICES" ..FREE MEALS.., Rtkgos B. IS-t o 0 '-0 10/L, ON
from 0.00; Electric Stoves (110- power-glide. Ex::'.:nt condition. CCCKT'AILS One-way to MIAMI, Ex wee. PRESSURE SPRAYER
220 volts) 25.00; Cribs, complete. Under 9,500 miles. Priced for, $70.00.. .rEW YORK, $~le .00. l Groedr -- Cla -. r
from 35.00; Buffets 18.00; Coil quick sale. May be financed. See ..GUAYAQUIL, $80.00...QU e lc a m. g farm
Sprii 2.00; DEk ( met o so orao;at 1324-C Govi.an Area, B lboa or TO, $9600. Round trip to MOIA- ot 1 l r r A ,L
from 25.00; Swivel Chairs 12.00; Kcoil 2-3269., YR,.A8N
Complete Livingroom Suite 125.- n UiN OY OV ,
00; Chairs 2.00; Tables 6.00; FOR SALE: Jaguar Sedn, Jaguar $214.00.. GUAYAQUIL $14.00
Dining Tables 10.00 nd 14.00; Super Sports, Hillman Sedan. All -QUITO, $154.80. BOEING 4- S _o8, 4. ,
alsorebuilt and reupholsteredfur- low mileage 1952rmod -ls. Also 2001 engine plcnes. For more details s.' .
cc Ambassador Motorcycle. Phone PANAMA DISPATCH SERVICE, OR
HOLD EXCHANGE (The only store Albrook 6207 after 4 p.m. Avr .ida Nocion31 (Automob;le F O RENT-
of itsE kind in Panam). E l C sed- FOR SALE 1949 Chevrolet 4-dcr i om) use t e 21
it Teato. 41 National Ave. (Auto sedan in perfect condition. rSe it t t-c'- r
RowY), Tel. 3-4911, Open Sotur- after 5:30 at Ca oe sAquilino de I.JUST $6.00 HAVEY OUR CWN FOR RENT:-C-thfo lobr# e
day 8:00 a .m to 6:00 p.m. Guardian No. 27 and 50th St Ti dutiful -HOME! Rle n t party h.o buy s fu ure
I gO SALE -Bamboo livingroom set. FOR aEn -d 1 50- t Ctbi utif ul 3-bedrom chalet i San NO.. 18 48th St vi t. .

o -8- FOR SALE: 1950 Chevrolet CIub i2rc5cioN de la ColeTa and a ... -A moving.
Very reasonable. 6 tables, I sofa, coupe, excellent condition, rcdo.F;rst Prize. A lot of land and a carbFOR RE:T --C..e ,letly. eli ln
D.ry Ceosnoal c4 ... batt two oro trnee-w l ob;m ELjEtRSL: In
hoirs. Cowes Furniture Factory, Price reasonable. Call Albrookcs the Seccnd Prize and a car as qie ...rqitlal.in". t fthi d1. 'Phontt. o 1.4
Phone31469. it 5183i ore 5192. 000 o h1ird Prize. Phenomenal rR 0ff7l4. Ae r 4:0 ctoore onO ltequ-Fmitresiden t i nP
FOR SALE:-2cber ma SALE:-h952M rcuApril 26th for the benefit of Pueblo_ "_ r U"ED__ PeU
gany bedroom Nuevo'sm Church. Call, dur ng ofleer
one on rey, 4-door, crc-o-ctic vh.te- -ueos huo. Coi, dur7ng Aftr. 2-
Phonex n 3-1848, Pontonr0. Wall tires, 7.000 miles. 5711',B. a' s2653. Ate a m. FOR RENT
OR SALE:-,9-cubic ft. refrigerator, FDiblo HeigFhts. 23.. HAr2eold 3xdR R
e -xcell c i $ 5stcp Ent husiats-.--Pictures and da- Apar mat si
D ,exc le ci t $ . -FO R SA LE : 194 1 Chevr'olet "pickup, ta O il latest and m ost volua ble i. A p a.mets,
i D. Cccoli. 4 tires, battery, mtal body nw See i DEALERS IN NE kAND
FOR SALE:-2 chiffoniers with mr- Duty paid, $300.00. Phone 93-L. A See Weekly Feature in the F VR RENT:--Furminhed opartm ay UnI
rors, I mahogany dresser with mir- Colon, 8 o.m. to 3 p.m.PANAMA TRIBUNE. Blla Vista months My USED FURNI
ror. metal desk, 1 wooden desk, FOR SALE:-1942 Ford convertible, F 5. $100 a month. ta 4Aulomb.i S-ew
twn metal bed frames, 2 single good condition, $250.00. Cc I 3- FOR SALE
mEtal bed frames. House 5754-A, 0782 or 51st St. No. 38, Bella FOR RENT: Attention G.I,'sseone WE BUT AND 8"
Diablo. Phone 2-3202. Vista. Mistelthneous two, three bedroom aprtmentS; just
S SALE.-After 8:00 am. Stur- FOR SALE OR TRbuilt. Hot. and cold water. .ele
FR SALE.7 After 8:00 .m. Satur- FOR SALE OR TRDE -"A' BluP ..R SAL Heavy duty 25-cycle phone 3-4941, Ponoam. .
day 71-pece Peruvian crystal set. Book Price" 19 Cadilla CoupE moo: I-4 hp. $10: I-3 hp. $15, FOR RENT.---ompletey urnshed,
never useds $40.00; 14-piece Ita- DeVille. 5333-C. Dicbo, C.Z. I.- ho. $18: four mahog ny lou-l -drmates.'I
Io2n pottery enogg set, $35.00, I-bdroom apartments. 5I 4 St..be, .
Main hot Washin gto n maho y FOR SALE--Ford Tidor 1952. w.th e'.- to ft old type rottare in Dia- o bedroom 3 ets 6 do ad be b t dri e.
So !ha W ashington mahoganyNo. 38, Tel. 3-0782, from 6t;8 aly -2 A e. --boot"a
se..Ig cabinet, $20 00; Revere radio, $1590.00. Te' Bal 26c Iblo 0 each. 5457. Diab o. .38Te. 30 fm -8 NI
prc.sure cooker, $9 00; Removable FOR SALE:-- 1952 Chevrolet sedan Fpr SALE -Two bys bicycles, 20-
tray mahogany coffee table, $17 with power-glide. rcd.c. directions I! n r 2-n Ao io gRA rls by-APARTMENTS
50 t met Vene.n blinds signals andotherex: Li,e n n o 2n A o girls by- Two and five-room furnished and un-
50 each; leatherette Val-pac, Quarters 15-C, Fort Amador. Mr c~s. 24-,n and 25-n. One year furnished apartments private en:los-
$4.0, two-suer suitcase, $15 00 Isher, 4127. old House 758-C, Barnaby Street.en
Garden hose. $4.00, 3' siutfed ,--gar--en. "us.8Tele 1.honeCo"386
lig tcr. $5.00. 1524-A Sonia Claut FOR SALE:--S300 00. Saturdav b L .Cr ALE -Natonal Co. and Col- neColAND .. I
P 47. a m.. me and my DOI mu~t port. IW lcn a hr e
one Balbo.Phone overhauled her c- now I'm c.o Icng and shor d sp t1 F R Ee rei. vers 'D PCSa m hadl
SFO l AL OneFrdar ce. c to the .Iales. 193S Ford V-Alfu .Be. lon display. 4.h St. No
7-aoil one gas sto.e. Both .r. ex- door deluxe ~dc- rd.o. nc 3. Bella Vista. uRENT
cellent condition Boigain inquire retread tires. new r u/ller. ":1:.2I Room '"ra .
Riera Bid. Melendez Ave. 3u7. beam headlight. wriiq a-d bat- FOR SALE: -Pedigreed ops Amo- IFOrRENT -Comfortablms ro Pre n s.
Aportment 6, Colon. tery Recent eng ne c.erhol Sound lo IToy Terriersi AKC reg,:ter-FOR RENT --'Comfortable room intM
-? SALE tinal aio of body and hear INot a dltcpidal- ed. oarerrts four c.cunds each Bella Vitao for fine, quiet gentle I4 t's -
0 SALE 9 c-Nt.ona 25-c Ws- ed ruliy old hock but a n-ot. trim 9, 9th Street. Colon. Phone man or lady. Phone 3-2498.i___3 a, 3 La
$35.00, 9 cnu.ft. number vou'd tecl righr, n n
inqbou -refriator K n mo r a wddng or fn r sn / FOR RENT Comfortable room .in .I
.&*par Recnt ain $l 3_ _"
mboa.C Phone 6413 Recent paint tib. eT p ':cFOR SALE: 12-gaouge oulo-r.t man or Phone -2498.
Ss .Inter-ar. You can cheaper Rerr,ngo shotgun Poly F R T:- Fushed
'FOR SALE. -Westinghous retrigera- car and pay piertry for labor and hred ventilgedre tr baelF-Furnishedoo
tar, 9cu. ft.; ,ielphoner table. 1451 ports. My Pal .ouad-" 4 v "-Ood corid,r,on $750 Lo Pa rSomeals or kitchen privilege. No. 34 ipel
Owens. Balba. mechanical work in 6 months. Tires s5in. 113 Central Ave., near the PStrtTelphoq 3-4625. -, .NItno,
FOR SALE Westnghouse 25-cycre and battery good far year'o rore Savings Bank. or
efigeratr wihi Gaines, 152 -A Santa ClausLn~. FOR RENT i .c CT QR 5 'i L
rerro lt 6b. a .n lboa. Phone 230-7 PANAMA CANAL COMPANY FOR.- RENT I~
unit, guarantee Jan. '56 $215.00; _M A 5:55-.Wo'8
mirror 30x48 $20.00; Quirtermos- OFFERS MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 611 OPR|ACTUa -
ter plastic tOp table $5.00; 25-cy- FO RS SALi SiAL E ______Ghe) 6,:8&-w t.a, o -_'t.
cle record changer, 3 sped "I2...- Sealed bids, for opening in .public., O RENT:--La s~Ciots store- 6' .
00. May be seen Friday. Saturday Real Eslale w*ll be received until 10:30 ao.m.. house well vcent t nd centrally No. 6:1- latrlde .
.....520 30 FOR SALE -Co I L May 8. 1953, in the office of Super- Iocoed In efty of Coall Tl. ienIte lmud. to eI ptd. 8:0O-Philo Edet..
Pedro Miguel. Phone 4-523 bres. 2500 m2 Phone .obaCm- intendento of Storehouses, Balboa. for 731 and ask for Mr. Robertl. Moi p.m A to I p.. .:4-Low-cn# om
pats. sauce pans, baking' and 7 s .
FOR SALE:- Two-strand J a t t a n 2979. rooastoing pansMondayto-.b. and rardor.s-7:e1S46ad
three-seater couch $30.00. Fano- FOR SALE: Ho -e S -rta Ca ted at Sec-io 20n pl- mboi- _e'__Tel.__14_6_-_. .
...... r4 -e a rto lIb oo Store- T FO, IND
-I$4.000.00 cash a, t-rms. Phore hose.elephone 2-2720; plumbIng 7D:4p.- J
FOR SALE -ne 25-ycle Frdare Frrell, Criobal 381. fixtures and oil Pe fittings located epo at Sna C may not..
7-cu. ft$3000 QM buffet. at Crbal telephone 3 be y Check Sond call ur
steel 00; 3 en porch shades 256. Invitation e:lf 27 may be ob- onbe youCheck andw a i not yours. if th
$6.00, House 5712-D, Phne 2- A E amed from the above Sources, or will gladly e ne it.
0r th ue office oo willgladly1

Omoof Super intend ent of
SALF: We GM-6-71 Mte i.-A Westill ha
FOR SALE FOR SALE -- One GM 71 De Garrr 3 r pe d utoo atic orecor0--0r
en a with numerous ext.a pcrtr hanror c' o3.U. t'-1:-c-
MCalele B. W Forgeson, Home 4-116. hag fr 25 ccle at $49 50 MINDSCRI world's finest office 41:a
Office 2-2867. each COsa Spartan No. 223, Cen- dctotin%.ce and sevy- 1 8011 .
......ceOffie -27. triall Avenue. Caldonia c-k l for Central m e M
M y be seen t Auto Service, Inc. Relicensed unti AprI '4 for 10 the Sest arplane madePper 2-, 1. r Ope f :00 a.m.
pary. Inc.. Phone Panam- 3-0136. time 6133. evening 6203. mo. comfola u oesr. SALES Ai.S WANT :-Rlon m, :

-oa tWANTED PLrnsporotOnU Tno per cent ct o froe:e to 6.:,o O00 p.m. :-T Ear,,
GMis c eR s GEg E. BARB JR. H..--Huma phone Panom 2491. A Asaee deltn d... .
Structural Adlustment 75 Calle Dort. Agents wanted A eI W e- re OPEN.-- --
pie to act as caretakers and land am. to 8 p.m By tDpo-rtmdnt FOR A-E -Fre absol ."- .r drtehrsdu d
opportunity. For appoitment crll I FoR S -do WSA --icra 342 ...o.o. .-s m ....

AANTED: Certain old U S. and Trouble Cull unit like new Reasonably priced TzOn7-U-le, Tun,'Tim
coiton. Wo.zt7, Bao bC Z.m d o Trouble (unin:o,- : .. b',,. .

WANTED :-To rent, 3 or 4-bedroom 02 uh ered _wvel ch'r_ Tel. 2-,
house or apartment for Americans. AB/ r. venue Na. 99 Paha- V ped ,
Furnished. Telephone 3-0742. WASHINGTON. April 117 '(UP, ma-See- .
Amercan couple. Telephone Pano- Dodge, who ha teobof O 1s'
WuNT.D: -- Oen air-cond'tioned heunan" budet' hs CM aed htatAmenlaT
WAunit, cng-able to 25 cycles or 2 he 2 having trouble cutting hts atols V e 4 1
to 3 K.V.A., 25 to 60-cycle con-IOWn agency's budget. mA,

verter and to I hp.; window- n teS timony befO a H9e ashailD .
:e,},(' a House L
type air-conditioned unit, or I appropriationsubcom f..ear Aoi ic Alack I:
A .P re m o te ty pe u n it.' C a ll 4 -6 7 4 e a s e d to d a y D o d g e p ro p o s a O aT A A....,A p r l 71Ui
from 8 to 12 a.m. 'tentative" cut of $250.000 a- O'I'AWA, Ont., April 17 (UP) "ATu G -ae
bout 7 per cent in Mr. Tru- -Field Marahal Viscount Mont-
man's $3,700,000 estimate for the gomery, Britain's top military 'I grigg f]gi -
SEE TlE NEW Budget Bureau for the year leader, counseled North Ameri-
lEgETHE LUWstartng July 1. cans today against "'running a-A A
T bout like a lot of wet hens" in
ELCTROLUXAHe noted his proposed budget, fear of an atomic attack.A
Tp UCLEANER Y OUNEV totaling $3.450.000. Ia also less
AVE TO IMPIY than the agency'. 1952 appro- "Don't start getting excited
priation of $3,608,000. ribout the odd atomic bombb" he
wart ""~'cVIC told a press conference. '"What
Dodge, who appeared before you'll get probably will be
the Subeommittee March 18, said nothing to what we'll get In A
a dollars-and-cents case" Europe."
be made for a bliger btajl
get for next year, rather than a Montgomerv said he consider-
maller one. He said an increase ed the chances of an invasion
might "be returned many times of North America via the Korth
ln the form of reduced appro- Pole or through Alaska "a ver
priation requests." poor bet."
"However." he added, "I do not "It's very cold up there,
believe that the budget director, know," Montgomery aid,
C re w .uiw w while proposingrreductions In re lo tls ot It are appalling "
s -* quests on the part of otherT deputy NATO command.
,. .eta, can rome before you and in Buro .'e paying a)-aday
S i Ibsist that his own agency must vIsit to Canada en route hoe
have more money." trom a visit to the United State.. -

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Aring more than 12 tons of steel in one salvo from her 16-inch guns. The salvo, propelled by
three tons of powdci. u.;s fired during the Atlantic Fleet's "Operation Springboara," which took
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eluively Yours: That court rul- bunst.-p' -with Mari
ng that held Virginia Mayo re- tells si -ahe's
sponslble for the alimony due BoloWd a&d will livf
hubby Michael O'Shea's ex-wife aHyi I I....
Is one of the reasons why Patrice Donad. the "Bay
Wymore has changed her mind ed-fr0Ap.ktaes?" 4i stl
about returning to the U.S. Br- "Fin aj a ood script Md.
Tl Flynn's ex, LI Damita, is on be W
warpath again about allmno- .
ny overdue from the star. Reason Mir" RoatlOVa,
Flynn's 18-montha-abroad ca- gamery CUlt'a eve pr
ler ends in August, but his mud- ma oeach, -Isnt lurktn.,,g!
died income tax situation Is like- the camera on the "f
ly to keep him In Europe for an- to Eternity" set Is that
other year. bla told CBft he had to
between Mira and the plum
Gene Tierney and her almost- of Prultt.
ex, Oleg Cusink are luring up ---
the transatlantc telephone wires Maureen O'Hara denies
between New York and London, existence of her Mexican ift-
where Genq's starring Inl"The (she denl d abe was dlra
Days Mischiblef." Subject of the Will Price. too) and says, on
talks: The future of her two "Brady's Bunch" set, that s
children by Oleg if she marrieswill go to Ireland for anoth"
Aly Khan. moviee for John Ford in Jupe
Dickl Haymes and Nora Ed- Daughter Bronwyn wil lgo, too,
dtngten are about to call off bos- May bhe's aettin ready
tilUtles and make the best of eW W but Lucille li l
things. ehaned her famous pink Ilve
to a aWoodrmopk FirsttMle ahel
The sour note sounding from been.hade in years.
the Jane Powell-Gearv Steffan .._
home are an eyebrow-lfter. The
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things don't work out, it won't be J |
Geary's fault. I Heroic
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sponsor has Alan Wilson chant- K 4 Io
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Red's Out."* W MP N;, Va., April -IT 1(
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Overheard: "She wears hd flU airway to save Z
wedding ring on the wrong fin- small hidren by tossingtba
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ried the wrong man." three of them, fire officials re
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Gregoy, once a co .. dat Bmte J. Baker IT
Susan Banuck in hit.- -~ ",.. :- e,
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Jones with sex appeal." sons in two families, when th
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Class 'E' Sprint Tops

Regular Saturday Card

A gala weekend of horse racing at the Juan
Franco Race Track which will be climaxed by the
$15,000 added President of the Republic Classic Sun-
.day gets underway tomorrow with a six-horse Class
"E" field scheduled to vie for a $550 purse over seven
Leading the parade of horses forming poorly. However, they
to the starting post will be themust not be entirely overlooked
Luls Farrugia entry of Arkansas because of their repeated dem-
and Porter's Star. This entry will onstrations of class in the past.
most likely top the other start- The secondary attraction will
ers in the mutuels also. be the Class "E" aix-and-one-
Both Arkansas and Porter's Star half furlong sprint for a purse
were impressive winners their of $500 in which Peruvian new-
previous times. Their main op- comer Postinovich will strive to
'position Is expected to come from gain his first local victory.
Cardington Green, a promising Postinovich's most serious op-
English thoroughbred who has ponents appear to be Visir and
not yet entered the winner's Miss Fairfax. Four recent ar-
circle locally, rivals to the local racing scene
Beduino, who has worked well are in this race and one of them
this week and will be ridden by will be making his first local
crackerjack rider Blas Aguirre, start. This animal Is Newbridge,
will be another heavily backed a speedy Irish colt.
contender in this race. Another import slated to make
The field will be rounded out his Juan Franco debut is Jamai-
by Carmela II and Grisu. These can bred gelding True Blue. This
two animals haven't won in a three-year-old blue roan has
long time and have been per- looked good in his workouts.


SJuan Hincho
4-Y eipeno
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Le Lobe
.. Jopperin
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Wltd Justice

Lady Caren Enriquote
Duque Duque
Ricky Ricky
Aviveto Juan Huiche.
Recede bcselerille
Con Velev II Recede
Yoeipongo Risito
Risite Yooipenp
Sun's Mon Sun's Meow
La Lobe Le Loba
Noveloee Nehulnce
Japperin Jepperin
interlude Vrarie '
Rim Roi Inte dud
Wild Justice In TlW '
Paqus Wild- JMstke
Solustio Pinte
Al % Srds Pampef II
Newbria- Postinevkh
Visir Ylir
Bedains Arkense (*)
Arkanses (4) Bed1l0

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Sun's Moon
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Team WOW Ledr
Sears ,1 0'
Elks 1414 *t. 1

Sears 5, Elks 0
Sears vs. Elks (4:30 p. m.)
The Sears Catalog Boys took
the lead in the 1953 Pacific Lit-
tle League Chamolonship by
hanging a 5 to 0 loss on the
Elk yesterday afternoon.
Sears rot off to a two run
lead in the top of the first on a
single by Schwarzrock the lead-
off Irarn, a walk to Tom Mc-
Keown and a single by Tom
Durfee. The winners scored their
other three runs in the fourth
on singles by Roy Watson and
Tom McKeown.
Tommy McKeown was on the
mound for the Sear Boys giv-
ing up only three sbasehlt whe
walking one and gtr out 4
batters. Johnny Lewis pitched
all the way for the blks and r
tired 13 batters on strikes, wiok-
ing three but giving up Aif base
Tom McKeown starred at the
plate as well as on the mound
col.cting two Whitin tree
trlps whie the three hit p he
gave up were s ligleit OSe-
ndes, Thomlpsaon and Fimach.
The second game of the series
will be played at 4:30 thu -af-
ternoon wih Roy Watson and
Danny DIsLondea the problem
start pitchers.
Te box score:
Schwarzrock, 3b 3 2 1 2 0
McKeown, D 3 2 2 0 '3
R Watm so 41' 1 .A2
Wf, e s 0 1 4 0
r. Watson, 2b 2 0 1 232
Crawford, rt 2 0 0 00
Sisenpain, cf 0 0 2. 0
Prill, t 0 0 0 0
Spalley, lb 3 0 0 7 0

Scott, 3b 0 0 0 0
We--odes, lb 3 0 ,,l
pusey. C 2 0 .O), V
Lewis p 2 9 0 0
Adama, cf 2 0 0 0
rhompson, as 2 0 1 0 0
IchoWh, 2b 2 .00 0 00
Plumach, If 1 0 1 0 0
Corrigan, I 1 0 0 0 0
Totala 21 0 3 18 0
Sears 2 0 0 3 0--8 2
lk$ 0 0000 0-4 3 4
Winning pitcher McKeown.
ong Lewis. Bases onballs
cKeown 1, Lewis 3. Umpires
Potter, Engelke. Flancis and
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Baton Rouge, La. (NEA) -
Louisiana State's bask k et ba 11
team, in rolling to a 22-1 rec-
ord during the regular season
held opponents to less than I0
point in 17 games.

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1-Win aba
4-Sun's Moon
S-La Loba
6th Raee "J" In

1-Beach Sun V. Ro
2-Nehuino 0. CaMet
3-Blen Hecho R, Oul
4--Jepperin F. HidA
5-Novelera R. Goo
6-Rocky Point C. Igi
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ma outclassed 10-1
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.7.LO. Pool elm-: .:38

rat possible field 10-1
t of bad lot 3-4
t Soot 3-1
V 0e90d "galore 4-1
gh ala ragged 3-
sM Pool eldes~m 4:6

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i-sraqueta B. puBiGo lid ,
--Daque C. Bull 116 D Contender n u,%
3-Don Pitn J. Rew 11 in shape 41
5-Co:rt A. & Isuerra 1 41'e A
4--14#b. JalI G. JapeI j
7-Lady Camna. guirma o sea. brt

1B--BlfgW' V. Carwtlld 112 -oalou tae the pte le "
2-Jumn ulncho 0. Cs. 115 -Seem betbet to
3-DanM J. Bravo 10-imro r LI
4-Avivato R. x ia 1 5 lst 01 I2to
5-Consentlda C. LinS 18- d beatthete 55
6-Ricky B. AguWrt 11) -Excluded from betton o too a0
Note: Riqua.excluded from bet- .i

3rd Race "1" Native %. 9, : $75.&00 Pool etoli: 1: mUCoL'

1-C calerla x camp. lOt10ot poulssibility 4-1 -107 ta
2-ConaV nl A. l1 tfor upset i god a
3-Huacaeo.s Men. 118 -_.CoM ,i here "-'- tmw1
4-Recodo P. L. .0118 to top form wAn0
-Comadante 0. Cat. IOt A y eWrl eseed .ii
6-Ba-alefo 8. Bryan 0 erwon'i help 81 ac
4th RaNe "G" Native 7 $ 75.% Pool elgg. 3:X.

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A.s A l.PP"s Pou antender .2-1
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7-Mandinga A. Voff form 4-1


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S+llth Race
Purse: $550.00

"E" Importeds

Pool Closes

1 ARKANSAS) .......----- 0. Costillo (1)

2 PORTERS STAR) ---- E. Corcho (4)

3 EUNO .....-------..... B. Aguirre. (2)

A4 ~AMELA I---- V. Rodriguez (3)

5 CJ IJINGTON G.. -. J. Codogon (5)

~RISU -R....... R. Guerra (6)

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,.. ,This enlTg. t :00 In teM NW YORK, April 17 (UP) --PlP ti l 0V4
Balboa stadUti o Ma s illy Pierce, the first player "ho more in 1 =ha1.
nal Zo e ain ll trak e me toie t Whita ox in a Iive. the and e.
team will algi Pato the yea .rebu ling program that and n O&e of
Balboa 1 And started In 19 celebrated the burgh hit m aho U-h n
the A Blue s eond one-hitter of his careerphis made 17 hiti to 15 fr
i i and Gold q compete for today but he was no more joy ful
S-honors a In th4reny meet. about it than his big boss, Frank
On p0 r It s0ough the' e At Lary
BabOLlsSoma ny1 Pierce, the 28- ear-old "dean"b home fhe ruR ebe
F ARIONA, entries In all event to Insure vie of the youthful ite Box, is the single, Wid r.6g4ur
Teams W .L Pt, W L Pet, tory. But eny r"N, the Col- oldest player In point of continu- tan contrlutd i o
H oCleveland 2 0 1.000 1 n 0 1.000 lege's ace mleor would be quite us service with them, and, If he two a ngley i a
Boston a. .00 o2 1.000 ca ontented to tp e is former continues to pitch as he did in ee against three pitcher. a
N-o..w York 1 .6"1i1 1.000. teamates of oDE r a t win and his 1 to 0 trltmph over theBoone also homered foe w-
.500k^fflB^ .ri23k race^! he.^ 4Bd ittonBatiba aof C re- tm-table to fu en. The Red Tmte U
S Syt.,Lous 11 .50 0po 1 5rl ltrm e total; he Browns yesterday, he might per- land.
_1 1 .500too has ntofott the close socally bring Iae's pennant
lp 1 2 l .338race he lo~t to of S re- time-table to fulfillment. The Red Box made 19tMiI
W2h 0 itt h .333, gently In the lm. .off last season's rodk e.s
Detroit 0 3 .000 C2lnml 0 3 .000 The lat time and BHl The skiany guy from the De- year, Harryyrd who -stothemi
tangled at N di m. the troll aand lets ease to the five times In l1 2, i tbhi*. y
Re ed0 a.d WtT won a 0o to, WhM ts .from the Tiges in at Philadelphia. Ro. i
A me. and w -on a 70 to od-
Net Y'ori IS_(AN-1) Calook at .N had trade frt eathr Aro o- Kell made four ht ap
SBostoIn at (N) no entries in Vault, and ia on Hawbh d tfthe s"to-
SLoula t. t Mh Jump-4 twen nt gift tie were so badly outsmarted
Cleveland at' t No heduled. with no stringsJe trtn they to be
.....-.Ired Cotton tossed the biat er afti e il hoite S tRing
"'_U _J l I *'I iron bell46 1 fed. 4% In aes to l I I Io m-
t"he to n.Future Debatable
dollar 'hC l. ,' LCIW the Piere was flaice
=eaw n i York OM 1 P maone ao t weW FIAr n- he mowed a ted fIe im 0u., Ap2.
is t i a B *Ah d. /--p 'Sl?"11 tthe hen~l the t B
.ln (1-0) (0-_- of CNN-m duplicate 't Mlsti terl r he Wtbite wig gol .a a boa
Porte rfeld N(0-4 W Con-I P D tame. has ,te rthed Yankees in seams to be debaabl
suegra***00M Jra Di A k- he Sola4 hfae.Nri t bad to be for left
-. And echen, h ear-old A nOle of Modest o rvt-
Night Game; of measurements nd castoff, pl a tWo- erans DalyTca d*-
at Pos tpOD" (0 ld Weather) St.-r t 0ea run was udegrned, com- thk theodd e
tl 'tO-'S _olord foo3"0p.tm n- Ithe seventh wen Puertol
f= i'O an star Jim Rivera walked, 1952 football Al -America a-
a t Boston 200 -11C91up _ataWe. On & u -t
in~ Balto$ro~l .a. timIitatl er-t to imind on sacrii e, to-,; __" good In his MCC
.Pa.. e &. 10 .. _d.'-..A i3 (an- m a, or nd home Th re. re not Im e d in
obe lrand A rtto p ci ta he $ harm PLollar. fd twith the 215-poundh \-
wi l norroooklyndrtitWbot th place I n that tl s d
Sndi .,.0) atndW h"ite it. ..y~r t, t0-, o -1l-vent. Norr is f RHO T11 et ah tah*-t until o b _m oung weight.
and.tgon,* rToicaIo6dU S f. ---'- CH Oi very iuli tnk* a ..nth... Stphs angled Too slow." observed- CM
.fs#tIld~ iBBW^~ lIn the 100 and 4yrd da, fr Chicago In the first and Cu-ybo Phil Gado would-mo
fromshowedmIIt heoI Ae0r 00oe ai Cn.r e InBa th* e o. to h ore..tes Mifloso got him look silly."
in fmt-. tPcf leffiahM) the athletason thefiel and o th-erhitIn the siuth.
pla1, 1rChagr1 B2cheea ( i-)-*I. / .._ ._ _er spectators whr remain In the littlee Harvey Haddix of the St. Takaheshi said he has seen
aout II of Filaerce@U (1-0) san. thods It s requested of ALL on- ELouts Cardinals turned In a many fighters he 9"eAd s5.
th. .team W If Perce (1-0) 6 M bI lookers that they remain In their hin job only htly less beers pros a lh the 2-
dI Oleveland 11 10,--11 15 2 "seatsInti h stands throughout Untwhen he met down the year-old Willhotte.
be cl ost fe thi Detroit I j 10 Y N.T-(MA).-. Dp- the meet. be, 3 f0, la a nlgt game
IsGivnsa sae asrds, (1 r0) r arted (0 time with only three its. e allowed "I've seen better boys than
fowM OM.h ad 88-. .n a three-,eal-o AIlon g The Faimrwa ~ w walks and, fanned five him iv up." he lid.
Soutte~rO @erbe 1 (1, harner n si _Lwas The Cards tagged War-
40.rDub "darn anadktta. In the re-- Hacker for three runs in the
40 An- ... .... FA innFni on two outs, a walk,
NS OO B Countr y la A- %homer. Amazing fact..

1IAn"he ., 0.f.. ..to...... ..., of the Yankees a uk out BT A
be hwtawffait! t l~tmen and scattered nine
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Beaten In Dark ,

In Jerusalem 17
AnJERnUSALEM. mApril1 p '"Let Pthe ople know the ah ndShe- country is. Abraha Lincoln. a
An unknown assailant jumped OWCeI
from the darkness at the door -
of the King David Hotel early TWENTY-EIGmH TEAR. PANAMA, LP.. r Y, T. Ar 17.Im 3 iu
today and beat violinist JaschaZ
Helfetz' right arm with an Iron e's 'Pu Up O r Shu Up'
Doctors said no harm was done,
and only a /.malP scratch showed I Ot
as the result of a brief struggle u U r hut U p
fore the attacker escaped
The assault was apparently
in protest over Heifets' in- hp e a
sistence upon including music A
by German composer Richard Im

Later today Heifetz announced I.- '.,
he would fulfill a scheduled con- WASHINGTON, April 17 (UP) 'ions on the part of the United Britain's Prime Minister partners- to push rettgumnt t~
cert at Rehovoth this afternoon Members of Congress gener- .Lates toward peace," he said. Winston Churehl will give markedly affected by e to t In t
if he was permitted to open the ally hailed President Elsenhow- Senate Democratic leader Lyn- heattiest endosement to. the peace moves. sa
recital with Strauss' sonata. His er's speech today as a challenge 'on B. Johnson of Texas said isenhower program in a ehower's elete-at' ahte. sarte
conditions were accepted and of to Russia to "put up or shut up" he President. spoke "the true speech o a Conservative Party at of Western whol
ficials detailed a police body- in the new Soviet. peace offen- nind and heart of the American meetoling tonight at ..ow with h" bbV
guard. sive. people in calling on the Rus- a msoure else toCum I e a will the I
The attack on Helfetz came Most Relubllcans -- and some lians to show their good faith by diselosea today. would nerw mun
shortly after midnight as he was Democrats said the President deeds, and in warning that the i to INa '
leaving the hotel tospend the has seized the diplomatic initla- free world "will not relax their The Russlan press took. the t the tad. 5 l
night with friends at Rehovoth. tive from Moscow by laying defense preparations as long as virtually unprecedented edy e threatened to. w blt&
Police were seeking his attacker down condition which the there is the slightest risk of step of publishing th R A ..idilon u 1iK.
throughout the city today. United States will consider evi- war." idents speech on front eover a defense d
Hotel doctors advised Hel- dence of Russia's goodlaith. Western Europe greeted Mr. and the Communist new. as, flrai' Communist ob. o Mall
fet e to postpone his next con- Elsenhower'a appeal for world in the Soviet one of m Ow the speech was to st th
certs but he refused. There was almost unanimous peace today with tremendous carried it in considerable d oance of any
Edison Hall, where he played backing for his Insistence that enthusiasm and hailed it as The timing of Mr.- f Commuiint.. .
last hight, was heavily guarded. the West remain heavily y marking a decisive step in A- er's bold appeal was of parjl~hr d Nations a .
Heifet opened with the Strauss armed until there is concrete merican foreign policy which importance. k with the P
sonata without a protest from proof that the 'ew leaders of took the initiative away from Itcame s the NATO poW f ofo much bi 1o
the audience which applauded the Kremlin are taking steps Soviet Russia. prepared to assemble in Pas 'arrent world
Sand demanded repeated en- to reduce armaments. The reaction of the press and ext week for the first t Western observers
ly and demanded repeated e Democrat ll of statesmen across the Western since the Malenkov regime alTO ver, that Mr.
cores. A few Democrats called the European nations was unani- to power in Moscow and put up to Russia
a speech a "timelyon' s position under pre-ement" mously favorable. the resolve of some of those cler of such goIod
She nation's position under pre- is1-meunist-. must Ii
vious Democratic administra- b# deds-rm
to. Cabinet Meets Without Ikwhther sa4
it who has been one of the admin- C n t M eesithout 1 I fd4 ih er

Was His Ow0 W Still Has Tummy Ac e

the mad killing spree of Peter a member of the senate Foreign AGUSTA, GO., April 17 (UP) htwevr, that Mr. Xln ...Wr .
Akulonis. t Relations Committee, sait it was President isenhower took the J.b iikt faverte He r.tin : 65
The body of his son. Peter. Jr., a "tactical error to lay down the unusualatep of arrangig fOr the ha a slight tempera ete.
10, was found yesterday on a conditions we will Agree to in cabinet to meet Wa sgton day and. ccrn to Haet.
baAk of the Merrimack River. He making peace." ~e '- sd this without him today to p plans "felt loy" all day a
,was the ninth victim of his f a- would make negotiations harder. for pushing the peace offenalve" Hagety tperted that r
their's maniacal urge to wipe out House Speaker Joseph W. the Chief Bxecutie IAlitiated .Ger Howard 7td rt), the
haselily. R Mlartin Jr. Set thit wastio Pr yesterday. W o"
Aiaonia killed himself Wed- most GOP reidotl. r0Mlianj r Toi e cabinet meeting without the Preildn t fr
nesday after murdering his wife, the speec "pleudl." b oud the tdeat, an unusual ev"et lAtfaoatory th I
another son, his mother, two It plainlyy sets tr thfg~ 4 he iWhite HQuse history, was ete sall the ch xet maal
brothers and two nephews, objective of this e dlshtha for 11 a.m. today, did not feel llkw a wtdlgit)
,You n Peter was pleasing after tlon is to nec*ie pea ,with Prom Secretary James C. Hag- club. 4
the-al yds, but police held hope honor and fetmery. erty kaid the meeting was ar- "He still haa some abdoanltaa
be was alive when they found a Sen. Walter F. George (D-Ga.1, ranged prnrily for a conler- p ,n although he has no eVe '
note on Akulenis saying: "I love top-ranking Deapoerat 4n the ence on best methods to follow f erlysaid.
Peter best." foreign relations committee, up on the broad peace and dis-
A conservation officer found said the President presented "no armament objectives outlined Ca
the body of the blond boy yester- new solutions" but "in the pres- yesterday by the Chief Executive rin ff u N
dy on a river bank at Dracut, ent atmosphere of the- world it his address to the American
It miles from the Akulonia home was a very timely speech" and Society of Newspaper Editors. T,
io Lawrence. He had been shot "may be productive of a great The White House confirmed 4f6i T JirUoi
thrQugh the head, apparently deal of good." earlier that the United States
WIt the same .22 caliber rifle Chairman Leverett Saltonstall has embarked on an intensive '
Me father used to kill himself. (R-Mass.) of the Senate Armed program to sell Mr. NElenbower's
The father took Peter from his Services Committee expressed formula to both the free and
)claea at school Wednesday alt- the view of many by saying he Communist parts of the world. ONDON, A 17 -o1) A
bthe already had killed some of was "glad to see the President A White House spokesman..said 't -
h4 victimm, take the initiative." cabinet officials and Republican N WN t
PorIt believe he thep killed "I am sure President Risen- congressional leaders will make ped a girla Lod on c9
Peter aid drove to the river to hower will have full support a series df statements during the Creus. last ulht. was. ti..s a..
dump the body in the under- from the American people for next few weeks to "put the full tohis h L .. .. --
any steps that show the inten- force of the free world" behind wound u up waV W weh a"
S the objectives the President out- appeared t cha
li-- lUned before the ASNE. ed wi un o mtew o. -emic o a
f leer In, ftcerManM Q b'b -
Worldwide reaction to the duty,
1 President's address was favor. Gucc told 'the ar- L /!
ble, enthusiastically so in many rived aboard '
quarters. Russian newspaper r s the
K U M 4 Apublished its details prominently that all
and with unprecedented speed. cadillyY
SlPresident Eisenhower was kept sight
in bed today from continuing he 5 lao he.
abdominal discomfort resulting hd lost Wa.
from "a slight attack of food He
poisoning." nearo
The President's physician said, A &bdby

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LONDON. April "7 (UP) So- .
vlet ambassador Andred Gromy- .at idi-
Anyrpe tha cals forr mis KLIM recipe. c urh ateo surce re- ve
nouruhiog with KLIM arod KLIM io Ho e will most probably be suc- .a.
oavesa nihmet eay to use. Give )our family needed by 47-year-old Jakob Ma- "I
cetra nourishmt -e tlavor-with del. uk, formerly the Kremlin's re- -en"
czou. KLI).Mi presentative at the United Na- was-
tions in New York and one of
Is pure, salt m i Russia's foremost young diplo ..
The move caused considerable .
3, KLIM q..ity,, I.,...,s nrm oihthe Kremlin's new peace
Gromyko paid courtesy calls -.. .
15 erdWinston Churchill who is ra,..

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7. KLIM h e, e. a .t, .,,.o ,cd Selwyn Lloyd.
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