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 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 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]
daily
normalized irregular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:01567
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tempt of thiM M" a High were m n ng. The three were
School student 0. to. rAh the "huid "In the he )a until Thurs-
Otates on thel btydei, parents day when three cars earrytin
aid today. their fathers arrived- to claim
' Th three Aaer'can youths them,
were picked up.Wesa4pay night
In David by tbeh uS Nation- The boys' mly explanaton to
al Police for pota=ng license their worried pareni was they
plate on there *0 had intended to go to the Sta f
Shortly aftitMNr, alert Pan- on a bicleout.,
ama secret lj ii hM bad been The 0nly 3,W9aenci of tie
op the loifr the. miM. advent t aay pared to pe
bovs, lodged OM in the Davi a&pe*lO Or DOeapnnemxt &W
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- An udneaOaL',four-inch
snowfall blaneet Western
Peznsylvants today.
At Brook'ulle, Pe., children
threw mnowbals at.-obi.. The
UJE. weather tbur- i Id the
snowfall probably uld reach
eiOht Inch" In U itslouB a-
re s. In outhern oltKit, the
snow was mIed wil rain.
Weathermenl sal;thee iuual
weather was the resultt of a
"very large" WtaasI of cold air
moving in from (fanada.
The weather bureau issued
speelal show and cold wAve
warnings for parts of Pennayl-
vanta, New York, Kentucky and
Tennessee.
The cold air mas moving In-
to the area was pushing agn
warm moMt air and in places
pushed underneath. 'Iu "v-vOa
extensive" now re&ulted, the
OWeor bureau aId.
l lkdrec u l" up at 8 a.m.
w "hsledin tie-'neuierous hilly
section on the city outskirts.
Workers -slipped and Otambled on
alick sldewafs op the way to
trosey stops frm hllsided
pownown. however the teetst
Vere cleir of snow thouigh the
morrounding 11111s o6 ogr
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King-Sized Blast

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LAS VEGAS, Nov., April 18 (UP) A top-secret,
king-sized atomic device exploded before dawn today,
signaling Morines to mow "as close as possible,' II
ground zero" in the first helicopter atomic marmuv- 4
in history., ,
Th blast, touched off'at Yucca Flat proving ground
65 miles northwest of here, hit Las Vegas with ona of t
stiffest jolts it has felt from any of the atomic tests. TI'
sky glowed for 10 seconds, an anusuilly long perid. 7.
Today's top-secret experimental nuclear device ws
firedfrom atop a 300-feet tower. It'wta.the sixth oto4n
test in the current spring series aId the 27th inside di
Unitmd States. /


The blast also was seen clearly
from Los Angeles, 300 milea west
of here.
Wroiom here, the mushroom
cloud following the blast appear-
ed to be one of the largest of
the preuWt test series. It rose
rapidly tto the sky followbn
the flak.ahlch Uli up the Gty


withs"and the atomic exnlodua
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dbor gold a -ringa. for thb Inter today where he
mr Dart of ieir trip. they was sc1d4iledto Inaurate the


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blasted
Runs.
Marine
armor
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tour. new wat works will be able to riven
've taken a many to.i rv a lpulaton of approxi- flown
,) t so sa s t matel 0 wwith Atotal of 2. the m
ghi It wot be ftBan oA illo--n -water every 24 adisti
fle about," aid Jung ater be piped and blast.
rttl o eTil eSo. l civil aub e p ia ped bi- asin h.
ers and headed r A e eren- slon h
fJbns ane pAI l(*B pD haM been in- having
M I cy In case of within
q the schoeor auditorium, aX res at the main plant to leave
rotus younphte gathered' a- the area with electric precau
ial u tha*= girls to w m window
'U danOiL. The were raew aqueducmJs co nder- the AM
laMy prese wipth th W e Mf the largest projects The
rang-e eolos o their b i y the Remon admin Brip.
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Ivilial from oth Korea. place
e 19t Btlih and Psench civilian
E aagv be i turned over Wil
Is tIa an authorties and are York,
believed en route home' by Louis
20 a Moscow. mer
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toI the.a&t spkesmb ai. Da.,
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o rwas a edm to Mnd out exact- No..
Pb lm met their death -awr
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arines behind weapons. In
M, and hunkers, tanks and
blous landing eraft at
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a site.
Placed througbest the
cold weather gear, the
es' newly-deveoed body
and even food everv-
a Marine might use In,
wa rfare.
Ingle enghned propeller
Navv fdOm plane was
Into the fbermal e dvtlpe.
iss of flame, .moke and
on which follows every
flash, seconds after he
Atomic Energy Comnmis-
ad advised owners of stores
large olae *l.saS wIedo's
100 miles of the test site
e doorm slrlW ajar. This
tLon will rdteot .tr-bk
fx from being shkittered,
C said.
Marines. emnnmanded b,
Gen. WUbert Brown of
Pendleton, ORft., Were to


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e seven and their birth-

,liait Robert Booth of New
Maryknoll Catholic prest;
Leo Dana of Chicago, for-
State Department employee;
e Arkanss Dye of Van
n, Ark., Masiodma misslen-
A ders Ki Jnsene eof
1nk, M oofc lntainaly;
.Helen R of MaOen,
Bethodisiist d:o ; Bor-
Adklaeon Bmtth of Marshall.
Methodist missionary, and
rnce A. Zale oft Wather-
4ed br H orte Carea as dead
Babop Pai J. 5rme of
ington, V)Z, bMaia knoll
ille OCdar; Walter 8. l-
gham (t Aphland, Pa., a
er of thn US. muion In
SKorea, aNd WitIam Hol-
Ivans of Japan, a mining

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ifLf tn combe
dM-!oqftoot from ther
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tion pernmta.
G Gem. Brown had said p
Silj the maneuver was to
the fast time the Marines &i
meant teetk, a. so-ealed
dImrpal~ al attack Wasir b
cots, M Ina live atemie ex-
The Marines have been uai ,
helicopter leapfrogging tacle
extenlvelv In Korea and In r.
cent %nhtiblsous maneuVers.
The Departint-o- of

the' -the ethqt
te.m4UJlt also said the
volun1t f o.Uk not be per3mt- F-r
tedto., Woverlewed to teon t

mniteerg ".ny have move "ae
closer f-he stomie burs than
were nine Almy, P. MI AID
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wife were tnlured on the
Isthmlan Highway outside
Col6n last night when their 4 a
turned over while romuadig a
curre.
Lt. Robert W. Taylor ad
wife. Mary, were sufferhai
multiple contusions a ilW6 0
today. EIr were t
hast g the 4axft-fti
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Taylor wil faee charm
speeding.
The accident occurred at V:34
p.m. near a section called Marl"
Eugenia.
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Artillery. They reside at a i
Kobbe.
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THIS IS YOUR PORUM THE READERS OWN COLUMN


,THE MAIL BOX
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The Mail Box is an open forum for readers u f The Panama Amer.
lken. Lettenrs are received gratefully and are handled in a wholly conti-
deltiel manner.
If you contribute a letter don't be Impatient it it doesn't app ar the
seat day. Letters er# published am the order received.
Please try to keep the letters limited to one page length.
Identity *t letter writers is held in strictest confidence.
This newspaper assumes no responsibility for statements as opinions
Expressed in letters from reoaers.
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PAYING CUSTOMERS SEEM TO LIKE IT
i Cristobal. Canal Zone.
a ir
Again I direct myself to your column with the view to an-
swering the literary gymnastics of the local "George Jean Na-
than." who's recent antics must have confused nobody except
himself and, possibly, your linotype operators. He has done little
more than establish that he has a working knowledge of high
school latin and a well thumbed copy of Mr. Webster's tome.
"Nathan's" vindictive sarcasm shows clearly that the main
l ort of his efforts is to engage in childish exhibitionism,
rather than stay with the subject. His lack of ability to fulfill
the basic qualifications of a critic are evident in his theme which
bears marked resemblance to the spiel of vendors of Snake Root
Oil, with whom he professes fraternity.
I have been truly amazed by the number of well-wishers of
e Little Theatre. who have thanked me for answering. "Nathan"
and no less surprised by the associates of "Nathan" himself, who
have dislodged him from his sniper's position of anonymity. Such
confidence is gratifying.
Without further ado. T will remind "Nathan" that the true
critics of the Little Theatre are the familiar faces seen in the
audiences of every play. These people. representing a cross-cut of
the Atlantic-Side populace, show their enthusiasm by returning
to attend each successive production The Little Theatre is grate-
ful to them and values one such patron as more than a legion-of
"George Jean Nathans."
Yours very truly,
S- Roy Fernle


S' "I only pointed out a spelling error-but if she cries
that easily, maybe she could sell some of our tough
., customers like old Videgar-face Jones!"

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4 Used in many pronoun MO
games 2 Air (I)refix) Y A
8 Term used by 3 Room for
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salutation 5 Seed covering A I
13 Region 6 Eyeglass parts L A I t
14 Mimicker 7 Fall behind
S aM "Good Little girls 25 Norway's
%Mswing play dolls capital
S ing Atop 26 French city
S16 Seaport n 10 Sea bird 27 Astonishes
.southeast Asia 1Playing card 28 Woody plan
: mpod"id 17 Glimpse 29 Italian city
threat organs Icyrain 31 Tell
S"- ante 23 Sleeveless 33 Mountain
21*Every one garments nymph
2 Aways 24 Haymow 38 Cheered
24 "Win or --"
26 Employer
27.Female saint
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Labor JNews



Comment

By VICTOR RIESEL
If the biggest Mr. Fix of all,
tnc 'Silent Dutchman," Henry
Ciunewald, had made good his
nim:name and not talked, only
a handful of people would evor
ji:ve known the name of the
**i-ystery" man who got into
the highest government offlecs
in:'iuding the White House, for
Toin L. Lewis and "Big Bill"


CAN AN INBW i, DA. :


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Hitcheson during the Wpast .e5
used by these powerful la bor
chiefs to make backstage con- .m e
tracts with political leaders so d ai.eb
vhom the influential union pared in
loaders were attacking publiclt,,.oned Bttes on' a. .

John R. Steelman, former "as- ...been ho
.~1tant president" of the U.S. the coast of .
Yet the Intermediary never .. "' numbers, have .
hit the public spotlight until a operate across ot B
few days ago when Grunewald veiled
testified th att the "mystery"nterest i, they soe a knewtat W h t
m.an had hired him to invest. e blurted Cangou leainehd A
Sgat the late Judge Alan Golds- Seltate what ouh r
borough for John L. L e w s. "In tori. tOftmanpo werv-t+AID
But that was just one of a .ay that we are approt n anc thetel t- hon
hundred chores the "mystery" lmen, however, are not 7yjt c a epo tt I
rran, Lowell May berry, im.ds combat unt ."
done for John L "How long on the neart bas. fit the i, h 100
per cent?" asked Wlgglgwda'th
The latest e forts of th.dame name oitscal year N" ta tes Vandebg .
wraithy Mayberry, it is said, I d
were aimed at rewinning res-r old man at e
Stlge for Lewis In the Else w ow- n ,
er administration after the co l Changing the subje ct,.O-bmn h
diggers guessed wrong anld up the question of Air For .ce
'backed Adlal Stevenson I a s t i."It is a little difficult to e.,"
y ar. Vandenberg admitted. "A _man ~ i rng
tw s has a s worn te dy-rn bh op ofIieno NOW If a man I ro .-
s has always about seven years ago, together abold he go to a place wa toe ou
quietly with someone behind an evil e his back and go to a plate w ure titgi *ls' any-
SHouse while publicly I a m- Bob Trout, diare standing Instr Itgs t in te A i'b thaB no
basting the harassed Intum- O one an iICitDd a pa lane within 50 A of tlIg as fo l
beent Presidents of the U.Sper W ho Said Tmes and baseb ll games. No tht 0 r o

John L. feuded with theachief il o on reoor t o an s
executives, but had free ac- "A eot may take off for an air 'bse to ke
ess and easy communication NEW YORK.-This is a prte for a cor q estions t fairly famous people abo t hat alk n to t he base o mmander. tt twi .e he dow-e i.
uith the Steelman labor rmodity that I have no comecll Interest in, toey should have real If th can read at l, can and mli go quall hunting r UDh lsm ltung dm~:
trouble-shooting office, and have only been associated with as a matter during the Feek in thev tl pr n Ia e uty hou* plaln the Air-orce o1etf...
Much of that contact with of love. It is a television program called "Who of the reasons are fairly faulus. 'UMn though t is 50 miles to mythe h ing ground
Steelman was via May be rr ry aid That?" which has been kicking around a In the Obe llat night Nancy Chaffee, the tn-' Mahon "- I ..
who frequently conferred wlih long time without proper appretiation, and the ns gal We'# married it Ralph XKiner, who bite, "It is difficult to find an -apar that Is not within 1M
'he "assistant president" on time has come to demand that it be appreciated for a llving mislat one of her'Own quotas that of a hunting groundd" aot book T l rg. .
coal crises, properly. Kiernan taisid at her, and was genera y "-It would not be ihecehro bai1ftin the*O el,4 ,
There's a lean dark dam e name of Annie Oil- distingulahed By it e o r rrs.Ch flCoent operation if a squadiro OI -eltwe shieLd L
Who is this mysterious May- lIs who runs it, and who after a 17-year period smart girl, too, ut was a field nary the Kea ucby ID S at kigi twTat, gt
erry, who had such powerful of me and herkissing quietly y n corners at I did a an. m forever, I hope 1g ma Ul .
contacts and yet was virtually patches when my mama and her old man ain't answered m.eve -ar dlor t
unknown even to top echeJo.' looking, alone would make this pace worth while. such an,' u catnftztto lk;bJ1 Vl'.
AFL and CIO chiefs -and who But I would actually rather rape the effort hart 'by W.oeT --
for years sat in on the mo', on Walter Klernan and a hbort. This last sen- evoling anpoL &'&a- '. an gio.M
confidential discussions of poll- tence, dear editors, is called a hanging teaser, My old atgld l-'ab l ,' M"-'-n '" .
cy with' I.ewis himself when and I won't pursue it for some time. 'pretty glib gal at 0ut -a$ aE s 'W.tle m A ,tli
w others in the CIO. or e'en I was in on the dry-run birth of "Who lad her rea.ered a"- '" .,
-thereWners 'an
d eny ledge of stra.- an evilly asSOted group as Mary MUrgaret M' I shp. or sll o 'a.*h l V014. h
0come? Bride, Hans nborn, Bob Trout, and aidlars--4me am ate.r 4 s apit; pe the'i. .
villains. At tlhe, e I Iought it was a.ta4'
Lowell Mayberry, today in hie o0u f-_ ra -f,
early sixties, is a short, stocky, Wt CE 31. .
trim fellow out of Boston. Until With the pe tl afflicts low n~j
recently, this very personable. "Who Said That" has been farmed out t- r of --' .
highly educated, conservatively sticks on a sharecropper basis, and hag not X- gfI.4 V1oth f'
dressed professional IntermedL- locally in my home- town .ef New York I smew I;e ttb anstr thatser b .-
ary, operated out of a small, show for the first time as a spectator IpAnht tmeTrout or Kiarmal a .taka-
two-room office in a New York and will go on record that there in no anore atul t.Mooodimi W 1 thm -
City Madison Ave. skyscraper, and funny, piece m e inment guin, was y4kuu e l r,. .i1W
A terrific golfer, he'd f r e- This character wo who videnitl is en- l Yanket StaI-L th
quecntly head for his home at gaged to the most horse that ever apted .Y atthaner, w Vk hil-" 1
Falmouth, on the Cape in Mri.- for the peering publc,'l collect a kudu for be 111 111- Oesel1 "ga I saM Og l. CI
sa'husetts. When In the Ca'.- ing the most funny man -around, In a quietly adult the worst hitter who ev er ,. --dh
tal, our "mystery" man would manner, T ea oat I wia tbt' eesuf loes did g 1"-.
work out of the Hotel Wash- The horse which we leaning over his shoul i-' .t h t ball- that- m = L .
John Lewis' headquarters, like Charlle Chaplin. Kiernan can talk. Thle I wq.s suddenly an ueoa.tieoushert g-' j 5 isb to-
horse just happened to be there-a gifb harme, I that eonie. was repsinale. .g. sk* tax.om
Years ago he counselled the believe, looking into Walter's mouth. Point i. tl.a lta-a togh, mean, b A'-o.uthm agyod Is the aoNf
Ccrpenters' Union chief, "B I g Due to the ambling pace of this prose, y 'arg ea ow ad 1s 1 helped birth It, aa 11n1't' pArtI nth Ha m e nt ge
Fill" Hutcheson, when "Huten" probably wondering what "Who Said That" -Is.aw~md It any .more forever. I hope yog'gydx got banned y.CougresaW
virtually ran the AFL. "Big Bill" unless you've seen it. It is aim ly a Ipr t.clard C off it for spe. '1 bi0ld A-0
and John L. were close friends where brother Klernan asks a lot of W-f d of plg, . pay a tax e .t.
at the time and the burly c:'r- Thui t"- --oa ,
peter recommended Mayberry ones, to abli
to Lewis for delicate inside ge 0. -
w;ork in Congress and the White
H'iluse.n
Lewis and Mayberry hit It ....-
0il. And for good reason. The ..
-,at In awe of the son of a THE PRIVATE PAPM OF A -
reoaldlgger. He would listen to PUBLIC CrHARAC'I1Bt ) 'e a t b li
Lewis by the hour. Mutuji "Dear Wr. WIaeb writes Pref. of Ists"1 I d"w
friends have described May- L. Snyder of the City College of N. T. I .4 est*lck
berry as a man with a "steel ILd.)sW D4= A Ts1oasaeW iw Air
trap mind who could snap on Reperl U imn .4 ) sad we 101F l
to one of Lewis' Ideas and torested ein i ealns a with W r# b aer -
crack it open." man n'sa fe ,,g eg ia _John BeeA.


I ng in al e S t.- And U. I. B BWp
ifter long discussions. May- inquirlnla tIhe q etaNt WVi a rate.
"Prry v'guld, in effect, be Lew- "UnfortU aSey, m is gis the
is' leg man. If there was R sionthatlfr,t.sanin adeh4e mmlB
job on the Hill, a squeeze play early s,'Ae"al^y tea
to work out to save a uad Mr.- "- fr
strike situation, Lowell Maybe'r- PoritigP) eRM- $ m ita dbat
r. would taxi up to the Sena- was asiget d toSe r FW i by the MN .
formal or Souse offices of the and MndeiP 1 aIAMIe. Ina I
most powerful party leaders., concern ed, d ywee the reesd s
The next, day the headlin-s your coMI T*
would d announce that thi -"- -
Speaker of the House had suil- "Beverty inl Dear WW: When up i
denly moved in to save the ::a- to New York a hello to'Broadway for .
tion from crisis and 's deep one of the pha operators at the Wil
irceze. Or a prominent Senator trying to live d4M1 a l a
would offer his services to brhig Beulah MePhmMd, Ziddm. I
labor and management togetn- Beulah-Bdula .. euah-DeUlal.
er.


Undoubtedly Lowell Mayberry
was paid for this sort of leg-
loboying, since one can't liv.:
long on even the irradiance of
Le-,is' smile. But there neve-
;.as any passing of money to
the men on the Hill or In the
White House.


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newspaper Wa d
pianist Gieel
some easy
when he wae
war vets wili
At the atime il
reported that he W .
going bark o 7 1ig #H


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cause they came out of in. "Walter: What
termingled social sets in New bout Babe DIn,
Fnrland. He was a close about her lDn.ga
friend of New Hampshire's for her? Babe Ssi~
Ren. Styles Briges. He knew her to play
MaNachuMetts' Rep. Joseph With ad
Martin. 1e was in fact L!- Family.
partisan --* long as it oery- Babe's t
ed John L. and the miners. best itn the
Thus, through either Steel- mont
man or Mayberry's New En-. -The RH
land friends, Lewis was always day andl
close to the White House. And and all
to others, .to. Regularly, there help It
.vere hinta. Lewis' ee ingly to
strange anj sudden oantat.
with powerful Industlalits whio *De
sntght to kee labor peace a
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S ., IJ TEENK---.ne Garrett
of Houston. Te' gives women's
amateur golf a bright new face.
Playing since she was 12. the
brown-haired 15-year-old
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A formal interview with Jus-
tice of the Supreme Court of the
I United States. William C. Doug-
las, was held by the Balboa High
SSchool Parrakeet staff Friday
Morning at the American Embas-'
sy residence
Special members of the United
Nations Club and a few top so-:
cial studies students attended asI
their guests. They were accom-i
Ipanied by Miss Mary Brigham.
Parrakeet advisor and David
Speir. UN club advisor.
Questions were asked by Rose-
mary Hollander, Parrakeet edi-
tor Julene Page, assistant editor;
and staff members: Douglas Sas-
fv and Ann Pace Their ques-
tions were pertaining to world'
problems and the personal views.
and opinions of Justice Douglas.
Justice Douglas is a guest of|
U.S. Ambassador John C. Wiley
during his stay on the Isthmus.
The Justice stated that Panama
reminded him of Malaya. He al-
so commented that he was enjoy-
ing his stay here very much.





POPE A. TALSOT, INC.
iNOUNCE
action of importers
nama and the Canal Zone
arrival of the

FORESTER"


BOA, CANAL ZONE
RIL 24th, 1953
rge refrigerated and general "
nd will proceed to
aELLO. LA GUAIRA, PUERTO RICAN
10, SANTOS and BUENOS AIRES.



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Latin American Medicos Flying medical science. surgical thera-
To Hemisphere Conference py. psychlatrv and public health
medicall experts from through- problems of the Americas during!
out Latin America are converg- mie three-dav conference.
Inp on Miami tomorrow and Attending the conference from
Monday en loute to Richmond, Panama are: Dr. Ellas M. Cordo-'
ViroCla. to attend the iirst \a. Jr Panama City. secretary!
Western Hemisphere conference of (the National Medical Associa-
of the World Mediaal Association tion of Panama and Dr. Daniell
iVl'dA April 22-253 Chants Jr.
hIT' leigtIesn-Miam of whom In addition to the doctors,
are lca' Woto Mid i rway- In- representatives of A. H. Robins
clu.d isan Vouislied A 'clctors. company. Inc.. pharmaceutical
medical association executives manufacturers, from throughout
public al asofficialson medical Latin America also are attending
publcle health oann editors of Lal the conference, which is being
coli Americs an editcl journals sponsored by their company.
he aceleatvs continue frorrf French Liner Begins
Mcd ic to. Rien.ond TueIsda. Second "Maiden Voyage"
cdical e-perts 0o t,e ta i ted LE HAVRE. France. April 18,!
ties and CanLd., al o ill par- UP, _- The French liner Flan-i
ticipate in til Riche firt hemi-o dre sailed for New York today on
aphrre-%de. 2a theirii' In the its second "maiden voyage" after
phior ofe World idMedical As- a nine-month layup to correct
hitor of the world Medcal As- defects that caused a breakdown
Deletates ion ll hear discussions on Its first trip.
Deleites n wohear discussions al The luxurious, 20.500 ton
bv authorities on world medical streamllned ship was scheduled
p ni:. the latest advances in'streamlined ship was scheduled
to make the crossing In six days.

Parakeet Staff
Holds Interview
With Wmn. Douglas


"My dad pilots passenger planes to Europe-l wish
he'd go in for planet flying sohe could tell some ex.
citing, stories !" .


The Pacific Steam bvlgat n Company
INCORPORATED B t OTAL CHARTER IM40

Royal Mat Lies Ld.
FAST FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SERVICES
BETWEEN EUROPE AND WEST COAST
OF SOUTH AMERICA


TO COLOMBIA, ECUADOR, PERU AND CHILE
M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO" .............. April 17th'
S.S. "KENUTA" . .....:................. .......April t
M.V. "SALAVERRY" .........................._S. 5 8th
TO UNITED KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENA, KINGSTON,
HAVANA, NASSAU, BERMUDA, CORUNA,
SANTANDER AND-LA-PALLICE
M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO" (11. Tons) ....May 10th
TO .UNITED KINGDOM DIRECT
M.V. "SALAMANCA" ............................ April 25th
ROYAL MAIL LINES LTD./HOLLAND AMERICA LINE
TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
M.V. "PAMPAS" ................................ "a-
M.V. "DALERDYK" ............................ .. A
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ay atpeech, lthe first Mana, imnulfac-
%- provi0dedb rsn the turret. -a "I Larsen
dw Dnce' Maptal, i~nf Ifo'wal as a ear-
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eia4 i orpolersted. teto bes Oo where
he akt,,. 11 m.
SPreldent has Sanid his a. r. Abrams of
'. wy condition is w hiiorWite -aplewu.N, J., was nominat-
e ust fit a r Housf e ph~slela erW Howard 7M. ed aisitait .post-masler gen-
l d Whister f Hor a oofed at 4) Aippolatatle$ of Eurton Y.
U h uggelastoi rlent iht Berry, pna abassador to
%V% ArhufS L fAeti have eaten fd fro th Ira;. *inwer Jersey Sen.
J 'be Augusta Na itcha and Walter . dge, ad Wilan C.
'a rn inAt a he somethingg Culbertan, ioraf cbalnman of
That disagreeste." the U; 8. 1eeO)lde minhton to
.g.1 resr- to gM Mshfuiin SCOfunalearStu Even flrom'l!1 hs Mr fE1en- North Afrioa ld tlj e Middle
.Ub)5t 6.I IU55ia at monfiJith- hower wgs. I tl his East, a reredenttive of the
tiatme olt C viiDe- spAs in the a sairs of pre h dent oas the tie- coronation o
Is thhW~.e his office. yesterday it King WPala~ t It&i: May 2.
.,zateith of1 8 was announce -.,',' *5) TheIb si'eat hs-s opted
lS Wlso whlaOthe committeefaond. 1) The iontont of the annviton to th nual din-
be LacyM rar cabinet tig without ner ot tth It. B. Chamber of
not biwidely ublicized but it the President g conferene Comnes c mlngto April
MlCl 1 Mi. ,Aq .,ui a n dr would L ly imPortant .in on the best mettha to obtain 29. tMf. rlwn wil "have
Seventh' of by dahte. The the peace and s i nint ob- sometr-
lth rI 'Piw. ntacted emI hjp oen altobse r oter
,,.1 fa 0' i h ea tf -.. preaetattv eaoh fro, the Ca- hower T.hursd. " town aS ,
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SONS OF I EST IN KOREA-Some members of t tf N'.s Turkish Brigad1 solbnia
as one of the b l lting units in Korea, will never see their homeland again. PbPh iobW a
section of the cemetery at.Pusan set aside for Turks who died. In the background are fl a
21 nations and the UN banner. Sgt. Raymond Fritz, ofa Murray, Utah, is escorting Virginais
ards Riverside, Calif., of the UN Cl ci. command In _Krea. .....


"IS YOUR CREED BETTER THAN YOUR CONDUCT?"
THIS WEEK AT


FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Balboa Heights, C. Z.
SUNDAY, APRIL 19th
9:30 a.m.-BIBLE SCHOOL (Classes for all ages)
10:45 sai.-Morning Worship 11 Timothy I
-SOMETHING OF WHICH TO BE CERTAIN"
6:30 PJ.M-TRAINING UNION
7:00 P.M.-SPECIAL SERVICE (Note change in time)
R. (I. LeTouraea Industrialist, Christian Business Man
Philanthropist, Mission promoter.
President LeTourneau Comp., Letourneau 'Tech,
LeTourneau Foundation.
Dr. V. R. EDMAN Author, Missionary, Educator
President Wheaton College, Wheaton, Ill.:
Wednesday, April 22nd 7:00 p.m,.
2nd in Series of Messages on the Holy Spirit
"THE SPIRIT OF CHRIST"
W. H. BEEBY... Pastor HOXO 7W--4RADIO OUTLET
VELRTONE WELCOME NUft ste PROVIDED
WE PREACH CHRIST CRUCIFIED RIS COMING AGAIN


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No. 12,179 Central Ave. Coln


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FOR SALE
Household
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FR SALE: 5-pc bleached maho-
gany bedroom outfit $175.00.
Phone 3-1848, Ponama.
FOR SALE 9-cubic ft. refrigerator.,

FOR SALE:-2 chiffoniers with mir-
rors, I mahogany dresser with mir-
ror, I metal desk, 1 wooden desk,
twin metal bed frames, 2 single
-metal bed frames. House 5754-A,
Diablo. Phone 2-3202._______
5OR SALE:-After 8:00 o.m. Satur-
day: 71-piece PerOvian crystal set,
never used, $40.00; 14-piece Ita-
lion pottery eggnogg set, $35.0 ,.
Martha Washington mahogany
Sewing cabinet, $20.00; Revere
pressure cooker, $9.00; Removable
tray mahogany coffee table, $17.-
50; two metal Venetion blinds,
$2.50 each; leatherette Val-poc,
$4.00; two-suiter suitcase, $15.00;
garden hose. $4.00; 3' stuffed al-
ligator, $5.00. 1524-A Santa Clous
Lane, Balboa. Phone 2-3047.
OR SALE:-One Frigidaire, 60-cycle
7-foot; one gas stove. Both in ex-
cellent condition. Bargain. Inquire
Riviera Bid. Mel6ndez Ave. 3017,
Apartment 6, Col6n.
fOR SALE:-Notional SW-54 radio
S$35.00, 9 cu. ft. 25-cycle West-
inghouse refrigerator, K e n m o r e
sweeper $10.00. House 105-A
,.ymboa. Phone 6413.
FOR SALE:-Westinghouse refrigero-
tor, 9 cu. ft.; telephone table. 1451
Owens. Balboa. +
FOR SALE: Westinghouse 25-cycle
refrigerator with 46-lb. freezing
unit, guarantee Jan. '56 $215.00;
mirror 30x48 $20.00; Quortermas-
Ster plastic top table $5.00; 25-$y-1
cle record changer, 3 speeds $25.-
00. May be seen Friday, Saturday
and Sunday after 10 a.m. 130-A
Pedro Miguel. Phone 4-523.
FOR SALE :-One 25-cycle Ftigidaire,
7-cu. ft. $30.00; I QM buffet,
steel $5.00; 3 green porch shades
$6.00. House 5712-D, Phone 2-
3045.


FOR SALE: Vacuum cleaner; rug,
Chinese red 10xi2; Bendix wash.


CaflI Drug Store
19.060 MeUndez Ave.- Phone 255 Col6n


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Agenda ltencional de Publicaciones S. A.
No. 3 Lottery Plaza Phone 24199 Phonew 72114 and 2-2798


FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALE:-1950 Ford Tudor iedan,
excellent condition, radio, $900.00.
Phone Coco Solo 8304.
FOR SALE: 1950 Chevrolet Club
coupe, excellent condition, radio.
Price reasonable. Call Albrook
5183 or 5192.
FOR SALE:-1941 Chevrolet' pickup,
4 tires, battery, metal body new.
Duty paid, $300.00. Phone 195-L,
SColon, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. *
FOR SALE:-4 942 Ford convertible,
good condition, $250.00." Call 3-
0782 or 51st St. No. 38, Bella
Vista.
FOR SALE' OR TRADE: -"At Blue
Book Price," 1951 Cadillac Coupe
DeVille.. 5333-C, Diablo, C.Z.
FOR SALE:-Ford Tudor 1952, with
radio,. $1590.00. Tel. Bal. 2696.
FOR SALE:--$300.00. Saturday 8:00
a.m., me and my palt must port. I
overhoufed her and now I'm going
to the States. 1938 Ford V-8 four-
door deluxe sedorn: radio, 5 new
retread tires, new muffler, sealed
beam headlights, wiring and bat-
tery. Recent engine overhaul. Sound
of body and heart. Not a dilapidat-
ed rusty old hack but a neat, trim
number you'd feel right driving in
a wedding or funeral procession.
Recent 'paint job, excellent plastic
interior. You con buy a cheaper
car and pay plenty for labor and
parts. My Pal should require no
mechanical work in 6 months. Tires
and battery good for year or more.
Gaines, 1524-A Santa Claus Lane.
Balboa. Phone 2-3047;


FOR SALE:-.1949 Nosh. Duty paid.
Leaving country. Colegio Industrial,
Pedregal.
fOR SALE:-1952 Mercury Mo r-
ey. 4-deer, Merc-o-ma ; whke-
well tires, 7,000 mile. 5711 ,
Dieble feighh.
FOR SALE:-1949 Chevrolet 2-door
sedan, black. Priced for quick sale.
Excellent condition. House 1515-C,
Balboa, Phone 2-1819.


ing rnach,- ; RCA radio. Fort Gu- F R A
; lick 88-440. 'O R A
fW. SALE:-25-cycle washing me-
chine $36.00. 0582 Mindi St., An- O S
j: fon. 2-4491. FOR SALE: One GM-6-71 Diesel
l SALE: Simmons steel bed ngie ith numerous extr parts.
1 $50.00 with mattress; small bed Call B. W. Forgeson, Home 4-116,
1- $5.00; Pye radio $50.00; small Qffice 22867.
* English car $250.00 deposit, Call FOR SALE:--26-ft. power boat. Very
SPenoam 3-4024., seaworthy. V-8 marine conversion.
FM SALE: Five-piece livingroom Relicensed until April. '54 for 10
,et $200.00; five-piece diningroom I people, $775. Phone Albrook, day-
Sset, mahogany $50.00; Servel re- time 3268. evening 6203.


.trigerator, I V1 yrs. old, very good
*condition $200.00; three-burner /AIA
;gas stove $20.00; double bed and 1A /IN T
chiffonier $80.00. $450.00 takes
Stll. Must sell. Leaving Isthmus. In MiScellaneous
quire Calle 44 No. 9, Apt. 10, Be- -- e ---
SVist (ny time. WANTED:-Retired Cna Zone cou-
,, Visa (-a tim ..'---p-- Pie toO ct as caretakers and land
FOR SALE:-Beautiful 7-piece trop- salesman at Coronado Beach Sol-
ical type livingroom furniture, 3- ary, free house and utilities. Good
strand, deep spring cushions; fish- opportunity. For appointment call
ing rods, reels, etc. Albrook 86- Balboa 3346.
2280. 1
WANTED: -~ Certain old U.S. and
FOR 3i.:-Sold top malogny ta- Panami coins. Write very brief de-
bige, bcautifi piece of weooai but scription, Box 472, Balboa, C.Z.
needs refinlih.ng. Cost $74.00.
will sell for $30 00 One Lcuado- WANTED:-T rent, 3 or 4-bedroom
rean hammock $6.00 One pair house or apartment for Americons,
oars, ash, 7oz feet $5.00 House ar Furnidhed. Telephone 3-0742.
* .'j. B8olboa. Phone 2-2708. WANTED:-Furnished apartment fof
FOR SALE.:-Metal dining toble and ,American couple. Telephone Panae-
sax choirs; one metal library table;, ni 3-3237.
bamboo chairs and bamboo lamp WANTED: Home for half-grown f"
table. All in excellent condition. male tortoise-shell cat found se
House 1502-B, Balboa. Telephone eral weeks ago. Gentle and tome.'
2-3401. Phone Balboa 2870.
FOR SALE: Six-strand Rattan set, WANTED: -Second handrefri
Sectional $425.00; Venetian blinds. for for flower shop, good condi-
Chest of drawers. 5543-B, Diablo. tion. Tel. Ponam6- 3-0771ond

LOST & FOUND MOw DIn"ar.


Tire repaired at Santa Clara may not
be yours! Check and call us if the
one you took away is not yours. We
will gladly exchange it.

Position Offered
OUNDSCRIBER, world's finest office
dictating machines, sales and serv-
Sices. Agents wanted for Central
American countries. Write AESA,
IApartodo 3242, PanamA, R.P. or
S telephone Panama 2-4916.

Help Wanted
WANTED: Good cook and house-
S Okeeper. Must live in. References
LT Immy. 2321 A Contractors'
A J Curundu.


| SEE THE NEW

ELECTROLUX
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.ester Piano, studio upright, three
years old, like new $425. Tel. 3-
3903, Panama' Call Mrs. Lott.

FOR SALE
Real Estate
FOR SALE: House at Santa Claro
$4,000.00 cash or terms. Phone
Farrell, Cristobal 2381.
FOR SALE: Form 20 miles from
Panama: 6 hectares with house,
well, fence and river. Call 3-3424.
Hours 10-12 a.m.
FOR SALE OR RENT:--6-room con-
crete chalet, 4 miles fronr Colon,
electricity, running water. Fort Gu-
lick 88-440.
3_. SALE:-Lot of land, Golf Heights
residential sector. No dealers. Tel.
PanamA 3-1752.


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Seven new emplbyes were add-
ed to the permanent rolls of the
Canal organization during the
first half of this month, two of
1whom were employed local.
Those employed from the Unit-
ed States, their birthplace, and
positions are: Christian (under-
son, Arsendal, Norway, pilot-in-
training; Gabriel J. Bonsoumet,
New York City, Lock operator,
wireman; Richard B. Sherman
remont, Ohio, Special AItant
to the Comptroller, Col. Howard
W. Doan, LaSalle, llois, Super-
Intendent of Gorgas H tal
and Dr. George G. Mchatko,
Portland, Oregon, Chief of the
Orthopedic Service at baorgas
Hospital.

The two who were employed
locally were Earl R. Hatten, pro-
bationary policeman In Cristobal
and James J. Morris, property
and atock accounting clerk at
Pedro Miguel Locks.



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Clam, cabin $4.00 a couple. Dance
music by Casino Aces.


WilliamW' Santa Clara Beech cot-
taos. 2 bedroom, refrigeration.
Rockgos rangers. Balboa 2-3050.
Except week-ends
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages. The
only court in Santa Clara with an
Oceanview from all cottages. Steps
to beach, Rock Gas. refrigeration,
bo..be.ue and shuffle board. Pan-
anmo 3-1877. Margarita 3-16'73
Box No. 435 Balboa.
Gromich Sant Clara sbech.
cottages. Ectrc ice boxes, B9e
tov. .. modmr rate. TeL eho
6-441 Gambo. 4-567 Pedro Ml-
p-Pa.


FOR RENT
Houses
)R RENT: Completely furnished
two or three-bedroom chalet In
nice, cool, quiet residential section.
Poatillo Road No. 121.
-R RENT: Concrete bungalow:
three bedrooms, three services, par-
lor, dinlngroom,. big closed porch,
kitchen, maid's room, washroom,
arrge,' hot water connections,
135.00. Sonny Boy, Sabanas 810.
Telephone 3-3041.


MISCELLANEOUS
ft. "a be .* b hh.. P.M
Write A-JIelII- Aeeaym.e I
2011 Aacem. C. Z.
DR. WENDEHAKE Medial C01
Centre! Avenue & K Street Corn
Telephone 2-3479. Panaomi.
S-- SPECIAL EXCURSION.
FROM PANAMA TO MrIpC5
one way ,$85, round trip 35
day-limit), $169.00, good onem
to LOS ANGtLES, one way, $14.
mr d ttiun.W35. 90 deyT
eie c. Sene 5 Awe
Nectleol (Autmele ieAwl.
Peame a -1655.

SFOR SALE

FOR SALE:-Two boys bicycles,
in. and 26-in. Also twp g9rlt b
cles, 24-in. and 26-in. One 1
old. Houe 758-,'Barn& by Str
Balboa..
FOR SALE:-Free, biofutely free,
horse with the sale of one sao
$25.00. Call 5-188.
FOR SALE:-Philco freezer 60-c)
9.2 cubic feet with quick free:
unit, like new. Reasonably prii
Phone Amodor 5207. 1
FOR SALE:-Modem rnahogmnp d
upholstered swivel chair. Tel.
4902 "B" Avenue No. 99, PC
ma.
FOR SALE:-Scotch Terrier pupq
2 months old, AKC registered.,
play-pen, maple bedroom set. '
trade for sofa-bed or divan
opens into double or 2 single b
Nix, phone 5-230.
FOR SALE OR TRADE:-'49 Mei
ry in good condition, plastic
covers, radio. A steal at only $1
Call Cpl. Sorenson, 92-1866. or
5200, or see at Qtrs. 5464-C, I
blo or, Qtrs. 42, Ft. Amador.
3 Venetian blinds, price $1(
each or aloil for $25.00, plastic t
FOR SALE: Fish,' several co
Very cheap. No. 6, 52nd Sti
Apt. 6, Telephone 3-1904.
FOR SALE:-Piono $300.00; wi
set, dining set, gas range. Q
sale, leaving. Colegio Indust
Pedregal.
PFOR. SALE: Movie camera I-
m.m., "l4olex," with ston
f.1.4-25 m.m., "Switar" wide
gle f.2.8-15 rA.m. "Youar" "1
pboto f.2.5-75 m.m., "Youor"
yer range finder mounted on (
era, like new, with case, $285
"Arel" P.M. fUp flop. movie. f
$19.00; 16 m.m. Cine larger
making .2 /'Ax neggive.
Shonts St., ApartmeAt D, D
Heights Road, opposite Car
Club, 2-4335.


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two, three bed
built. Hot OW om" e


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New Cele-l.
IN ow Cm"m.


FOR RENT:--Nice,. cool, modem 2-
bedroom apartment. Bello
Must buy fumitwe. Call 2-2r.
6;00 to 7:0(0 p.
FOR RENT:-T onibl Amer
can family, . .
36th Street
7.0 to 9:0AN
FOR RENT: -C tly rushed
apartment fe, mrift, wkth-
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Also Volchan" on main road to Cerro
Will Punta. House completely fufLi~h-
that ed, power and electric ligbt, i~Wl
,. gerator, stove, and all other house.
appliances. Beautiful view and wes
cellent climate. Facilities for
rcu- ing meat and groceries, etc. 0
seat minutes from trout fishing. Call
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0-00 bede nms, service n each one
t iving-dinlnglroom, etc. One or two
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ors. months. Deposit. and one: month in
reet, advance required Inspettion- 12
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Dodgers Trounce Giants0 0.0 10 ide n's

124 Behind Billy Loesand l)
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By CARL LUNDQUIST AMERICAN LEAGUE
United Press Sports Writer Teams w L Pat.
SNew York 3 1 ."0M
Cleveland1
NEW YORK, April 18-Baseball experts look- St, Loug 1 ,
ed today for Mickey Mantle of the New York Yan- t oston 1 .so
Philadelphia 2 2 .500
ees move into the proud line of succession behind Cladelphi a 2 0
,beesto oe n o o b Chicago 1 2 .333
the all-time Yankee immortal sluggers like Babe Detroit 1 2 .M
'Ruth, Lou Gehrig and Joe DiMaggio. wt ngton 0 2 .000
TODAY'S GA'XES
-In Washington yesterday he runs. They added four more n AMERICAN LEAGUE
-it what many old-timers believe the sixth to make the game a Cleveland at Chicago
was the longest home run in the rout. St. Louis at Detroit (2).
history of the game. o At Philadelphia, young Charley Boston at Washington (N).
wAs the Yankees again mauled Bishop processed the v second New York at Philadelphia
Ibthe Senators, 7 to 3, Mantle jshuitout in four games for the
swinging right-handed against Athletics, blanking the Red Box
southpaw Chuck Stobbs, crashed 5 to 0 on five hits. He also drove YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
into a pitch and sent it 565-feet in two runs in a game enlivened AMERICAN LEAGUE
over the left field bleachers and by a fist fight between catcher R. H
into a back yard in the street be- Sammy White of the Red Box Boston 000 000 000--0 5 2
yond the ball park. It was the and Allie Clark. Phila. 020 200 01x--5 9 0 .. . .. .
first drive ever to clear the 55-I In other major league games, McDerniott 0-1), Flowers, De.- Tg.S EAS IBASEBALL TEAM, winner* of the Paclif$e a *
foot high fence behind the the Browhs downed the White lock and White, Wilber. ato & K0 .d n ,
'bleachers pSox, 6 to 4. Detroit edged Cleve- B p a t 8t h atedg, lqft to right: Curtis Schwararw ocL Tommy D l ,rarw ord on Ri h-
Bishop (1-0) and Astroth. ard Bailey, Tommy McKeown and JimaMarshall.Kneeh:,
In addition. Mickev beat out a. land. 6 to 5, and Cincinnati out-" fr a tra imt to ight: ama,t c l4-
S"bunt" which rolled into center lasted Milwaukee 10 to 9. The t. Louis 000 010 500-- 2 well, Dve enman, Harry Elliot, Johnny Watson, Jer CnkliGeoretton an Joe Prll
field and stole a base as lefty Ed Pirates and Phils were rained out Chicago 000 010 111-4- 122
Lopat scattered 10 hits for his and the Cards and Cubs had an Littlefield (1-0), Paige and
first win. All of the Yankee open date. Moss.
starters ot hits and Billy Mar- ,E d e T'
tin also homered as the champs The Browns scored five tines New York 001 120 030-7 12 0 r
Mande it three victories in a row. In the seventh when Lee Meso Washington 001 000 110--- 10 0 S' r.l ks, 3T W i
a, Brooklyn split a day-night punctuated the rally with a Lopat (1-0), Gorman and
-doubleheader with the Giants, two run double. Vie Werte hit a Berra. n t,
losilan the first game, 6-3 to homer In the mistreatment of Stobbs (0-1), Moreno and Pe- l s O ti LONGnOTt-e
Si"nemesis" Sal Maglie, but win- three Chicago pitcher., den. - a-- 0 o ates route loving

MAglie hurled hitless ball for Boone set up the trouble. Johnny Feller (0-1, Briale and Hegan. Final Standings 11 batters with his wide at second. by. MoXeown. Tommy 1 ftf.bt.rao has woo 14 tIed
"4/3 innings in the opener but Pesky walked and on a steal of Wight, Madison (1-0). and Team Won Lost big curve.Curty had rseaed third on an err6r 'te tir t hne 61i1 out of toe
aterwrequired the aid of Hoyt second. Boone dropped the ball. Batts. Bears 2 0 control and was never bel d eond baseman of the Was local-sts. The hJl
'Wilhelm when Brooklyn rallied A triple by Matt Batts and a Elks 1414 0 2 the batters and did not a w 1Ro Watson the batter wound
for two runs in the ninth. Wes scoring fly by Owen Friend com- base. on balls. up on second base. Both r arr .
Westrum hit., a two-run homer pleted the Tiger rally. NATIONAL LEAGUE Yesterday's Result choch pitched a very, o 1t saCOreod as the Iks third L an "
Off loser Johnny Podres in the Johnny Temple singled with Teams W L Pet. Sears 3, Elks 1 able gme but poor asup3 Ofn erred on Durfe bounding I
second inning and the Giants in- the bases loaded and Bobby Ad- Brooklyn 3 1 .750, o- the part of his overall with Durfee windi r up m
'usred victory with three runs off ams singled home a third run in Milwaukee 2 1 .WI The Bears Catalog Boys won teammates In the first allied bd .omm whipM he oargd. .t
Jim Hughes in the eighth on two an eighth inning rally that gave Chicago 1 1 .500 e 1953 Pacific Little League 3 runs for Bears and tha.waa or being aught In a
walks, a pair of singles and Da- Cincinnati its first victory and New York 2 2 H.500 ampionship yesterday af the ball game. ween third and home. Toni
Sryl Spencer's double. Milwaukee its first defeat. Rookie St. Louis 1 1 .500 Oon edging the 1952 champion The sll cored first Whet trua out the next to bdttears. -
Carl Furillo's three-run homer Bill Bruton kept up his sensa- Philadelphia 1 2 383 lks 1414 by a 3 to 1 core.. d off Batter DesLondes r r~k- to end the ,.
was the big blow off loser Jim tional pace for the Braves with Pittsburgh. 1 2 Curty Schwarzrock and -o o firht safely on an error t a rs inl ....
Bearn in the fifth inning of the three singles and a stolen base Cincinnati 1 2 .333 Schoch took over where they. nd ond an overthrow by the $aB lcev simngl -.
mcond game. a frame in which while Ed Mathews homered for left off in their sensational Sears catcher and scored w1en watson and Durfee and with
the Dodgers poured across six the Braves 4 in duel that ended in a 1-1 -the rightfielder threw wildly r0nera on thUrd rd second and
the TODAY'S GAMES en Inning tie in the first game trying to cut him down at see- n o o B fol-
NATIONAL LEAGUE and both boys pitched a very ond baDe as t0ie ball rolled out lo6t 3 5taef Ii d to
S-Milwaukee at 'St Louis (N) good game. to the left field fence In foul ,d there at.
uc esTw ili ht L ea u Chicago at Cincinnati 8chwarzrock gave up only hit ory.In the tim r rok
Brookyn at New York that ame in he first, ining ears came right .bak in the w
Philadelphia at Pittsburgh whep the Elks scored their onSly bottom of the inning thre-
rases uuorun and then set the Elks dofn Uchwarzroak leading offwith a Tesec Tlyf an

SYESTERDAY'S RESULTS d saf on an error In the-tp of
yesterday one hundred and The highlight of the evening i NATIONAL LEAGUE m:dly Me al Not TPal e 1 at a
*,three dollars was mailed to was a talk by Al Doyle, who c- Brooklyn 000 000 102-3 6 m t
Damon Runyon Cancer pled humer together-, with his Brooklyn 000 000 102--P 6 2 ,"J'e-aI i 4 m
inm t ouhthebn rem o eto w e New York 021 000 03x-6 10 3 NEW yOR~ n O"N vSo
nd though this be but a remarks compr n tg eah Podres (0-1), Hughes and
in the vast ocean of gen- and every one for the role they Po r.' a "1h e .....n
a contributions that yearly played in making the league the Campanella.1sr.hlm d a, bah- 80.
t on tha yely played that it was. Maglie (1-0), Wilhelm and Martin, 2b 4 1 2 S 4 ,'a "'g V "'' 19
une,t nevertheless representstWestrum. Riazuto, su a1 .3 3 4 1 '1 2 2 bttew~al,
e tireless efforts of a small Though absent, Walter D. Wil- Berra, r 4 1 1 2r, 4 0 0 1 0
oup of Atlantic T wi lIg h t liams sent a written announce- Night Game: Mantle, cf 3 1 2 0 0 Robinaon, Sb 4 1 2 1 4 -'-.ygU.(
ag Offcita, players and meant to the loop, that all but Brooklyn 000 064 020-12 16 0 Bauer, rf 4 2 1 2 0 Cmpeanella, r 4 0 2 1Pr
a, and the complete coopera- notified them that he would not New York 000 000 022- 4 9 1 Woodllng, If 5 1 2 5 0 Thompson, If-rf 4 0 0 1 0 n d t g
n of the Coce Solo Indians be available to run for a fifth Loes (1-0) and Campanella. Collins, lb 4 0, 1 11 1 Sod.. lb 3 340 0 12 1 e
ball team term as President of the league. Hearn 0-1, Hiller, Gomes, Carey, 3b 4 1. 1 1 1 ur Ilo,.rf 2 0 0 2 .0
In Williams' note, thanking the Spencer, Lanier and Westrum. Lopat, p 4 0 1 0 4 Shuba, If 2 0 0 1 0 not iveup a wa
The results of this game. officials and players for the help M eGerman, p 00 0 0 0 a-Walrer, h 0 0 0 2 wen ha e
yed a week ago today last and cooperation that they have1Milwaukee 202002102-9121 71227 U 1 0 0 0 0 I o S lhnb o
daye was a victory for Co- given him in the administration Cincinnati 2 021 040 03 x-10 1 Totals 7 1 27 15Hughes, p 0 0 0 0t a fn
Solo over the Twilight League of League matters, he sent his Wilson, Buhl (0-1), Liddle and uh ball to
S -Stars. 7 to 6 In a battle that good wishes for even more suc- Cooper. Total. a to .i 5t 7i _1.x .
deadlocked all the way to cess and good fortune for the Judson, Smith (1-0), Blake, WAING'GTON *Mae n Totls 4at-.6 Vil soone t
fateful ninth, when Coco new officers of the league. Nuxhall and Seminick. --- tore m on a ,i-.t 'e .
ushed over 6 runs for their ae br hoa NEW YORK ake r, made the
buted 50 cents each to see the where he has undergone surgery Pittsburgh Vernon, lb 3 0 13 1 Williams, 24.bat o
were treated tq some real- which will prevent hini from Jensen, rf 4 0 0 3 0 Dark, s,4 1 0 1 4
top-flight baseball, but the further participation in t the At- Chicago Runnells, as 3 1 1 0 2 ThompoM, ...3 0 1 0 ft- et)
purpose of the game was lantic *Dwi-loop. After the fes- (Not Scheduledi Wood, if 4 0 1 2 0 Irvin, 1 fIJ, 460 1 0 bosco-r
ptihed with 100% suc- tivities had been concluded St. Louis Terwillinger, bb 4 2 3 2 5 Lockmanr 1 4 1 2 8 1e :
for the tireless struggle a- Wednesday night, League offt- Peden, r 4 0 1 0 1Mueller,rf 4 1 2 0 0
cancer was the real win- cdals and managers settled down Stobbs, p 1 0 021 S peneer, Sb 4 221 3 2DsL de,, lb
in last Saturday night's to the job of electing officers a-Hoderleta- I 0.1 0 OWestrnumr 1 s
nd classic. The check for I for the 1954 season. Morenon 0-0 0 000 Maglie, p.3 0 G 1 ,
.30 was mailed direct tol V IIUKope Loss b-Verble 1 0 0 0--Wihelm,1 0 0 0 0 0 *e, r,
Winchell. champion of Reggle Armstrong. last sea-,__ I-Ad#Aiif
oppressed and leader of the son's VP. was voted in as pres- wh Total Togai0 $I- ; a, w f
paign for funds donated to Billdnt ad Carson t wo Twilight fard and -Singled for.8tobbs In the 7th. a-Struck out for Podries iN .th. Ltft?,-
Damon Runyon Cancerb- Bi1eon.t two Twilight fans Tn R e or oino in the
for many years were elected 9th. .oder 0 0090b.sl l, S..
first and second vice-presidents. OnOU 8 Yp GiDx4f
eTwillght League Banquet Bill Hughes, the workhorse of.t-ia AR Yankees 00012 0 "- R".of..ulrf 08.. .
Officially Closes Season fielal of the Atlantic Twilight Built senators 001 0 110 ---3 E-Reft Sp, 8lnear Ir "
League who teamed up with specially r-

Dinner and presentation of retained his position as Secret- Tourneau tear e r i d rin M
WednesdayonigttherToueneAt WenticiWti tobambtogh l Poputea Atlan Cicpafe CfaSw'r, o
ds, and that too, like the a*y-Treasurer, cable Martin, Pdatr.,S --Mgntle. SE Westrun, M a-e. t DA.
il of the season and post sea- ndb .... ....... { o tby e I01

Prigames, turned out to be a, units... Collins. ,,. ork U, ookia'.3 G-mIWS W. n 2b | # .
otournequi M antle1kCre 4

the driving forcthe behindof the ons e trctrs tba 4Le b -
u in camns equipment of any make. It's a tobb 4-4,
,went home with two t preformed tight-wound rope of3-3. WP- ). L-- S'.wr.I"wGT OW -'
ss. one forhis a ho ecially tough.lexibe'st
int on the lthe pitching foresmoothrs
ard, and another for his over-8 he small drums o a U,
ry, the coveted Most Val- i o meant sheaves, and tends up- !'. -"

t ,tedatotal f.375 toiled e o u cr imand wat probably sec- DOU -f F
S he too received a trophy. ES P/A"-1. ,.


President Walter D. Wil No. 3 J. e de Oe Ave
absent frm, the annual i J" lao-, o a ,-ea Av. "-
orthefirstei D ILD.. '-
OltoyoUSe.Reagr e Arm-
rrera.de- Ftook smN Ci a..
rrX md.Introduced 6 T m&aRAim : ..

-_..._,:for...CENrT Rf A L .
tremendous success In i14 0 otouet t"
completed their 17th suc- APRI 24th
' n, te longest ruP2 h'i. "-%'. ".L" -

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tt aamla the ferm favor-
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be te to fight t the ma-
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mA.teu hW, the finlsipg or fWr
:gS ,oald t .ib.mle anyth. TThe
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p ip.eSI i T iauto*ML& Whel-60-wheel
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No other sta i 'u as mui
suftalned ract g -11 days. On'
ly Califoria w re they run
practically e tear round,
ivnes more In tst. Last year
New York pUnim ched a rec-
ord $9,150,fe. TI total is ex-
peeted to be to d this trip
with someac ,.creased in
value, ov en .dents raised
and the reto tfl tI the 3500
minimum.
Even Chleo-nlzaeded Calu-
met Farm noee. tp.New York
for pesoa'_e_ tg In the
spring. The Jonp boys stick a-
round until John B. Campbell's
weights drive t*m west, re-
tu:n for weigMt'orage num-
bers in the r
Native Dans0. t perhaps the
most strikingeXaMple of how
the superior steds 'tck to New
York. "
All nine of Native Dancer's
starts as 'a tw a-yea-old were
made in iw'"fttk. Bure the
mouse-tinted coi t Owner. Al-
fred Ow it Varn.bllt, Is a
New Y ot noi b last year
he ab liednat nt Pimlico.


BoMU Native Daneer
A 7S fhb &Way tae own-
raf Ulf ,.69 o more
tbb"M4 ai At Count fleet
or Castlt. (NMA)
te taurwnisiiteolann as long
v4 Its anuloated per- are au-
oaored on SeiOLont 'arK, but
thtbe in charge are beginning
t9 woanier
The b horses are still com-
ing to hew YorE, Mbu toe ig
beicor are Sgaw to New Jer-
sey, where e tracks have a
mwre sympathetic and m u c h
wiser unaerstanding with the
state capitaL


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TEAM STANDINGS-2ND HALF Bob Coffey was in aI
since he was ceiM
Team Won Lost 'et. birthl of.t bis fitAO Ok*a f&
Firemen's Insur. .. 11 0 1.000 so donated a p18t e.1 M
lks .............. 6 3 .667 the blood bank, bat manw
CAA .............. 5 6 .455 steer hi team to a tie.
Pan Liquido ...... 3 9 .2501 Nichols protested in tl.41
Baxter's 0......... 3 10 .231 inning when with onge/, 9


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1953. McGaughey's teammate, Ted Jordan. tossed one of his
first baseman Bill Price, will fur- best games giving uo only five
nish the power that earned him hits and six wIks. Hilrin-
the batting championship or r allowed nine hits and five
finishing the season with a .375 Wednesday Baxter's Trans-
average. oorters and the Elks fought to a
twelve to twelve deadlock when
These are just a few of the the game had to be called bq-
atar-stucded line-up that will cause of darkness.
face the team that is fresh from
winning the National Amateur
championship of all Panama.
From. the first man Tight down
to the very last, Lloyd Alberga
will field a team that could notch


their second victory' from the
Panama champs, but that maos
certainly will provide tub fan
with aI u balU thrlm.


J4TODAY

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Pans who.. attended 'the last
Colon-Atlantic Twilight All Star
game at qolon SL&dium three
weeks ago have been clamoring
for a second meeting of these
two amateur teams; not like
Lloyd Alberga to disappoint the
fans he has gathered together
the same-selection of top base-
ballers from the Twi-Loop apd
will seek h .aecopd victory over
the Colon Selection at Colon
Stadium at 3:30 this afternoon.
, With Atlantic Twilight activi-
ties at an officials close and the
top players In the loop already
named, tha afternoons all-star
aggregation-wllw read like who's-
who in Isthmian amateur base-
ball.
Leading thbe Canal Zone out-
fit will be lanky Noel Otheson,
who walked off with a number
of honors for the '53 season. Be-
sides being the lead n_ pitcher
(10-4 Olbon waO 4ft1 highest in
the bsttinr department. led in
number of times at bat. hits.
stolen bazes and won the Most
Valuable Player award,.
Noel will probably do the
twirllng-hiea afternoon, but If he
Is sidetracked in favor of Tommy
Hughes, his power will be put to
good use either on the outfLeld Q
Infield. He is an accoipfafsed
performer In practically every
position except catcher.
For the catching duties comes
young Gene McOaughey. winner
of the rookie of the yesr award
and first string catcher from the
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Pan Liquido 12, ,Baxter's 8
TUESDAY'S RESULTS
Firemen's Insurance 4, CAA 3
WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS
Baxter's 12, Elks 12
THURSDAY'S RESULTS
CAA 7, Pan Liquido 6.
Monday Glenn Lee's Pan Ll-
quido club bested Nichol's Bax-
ter's Transporters twelve to
ekht. I
Bob Medinger started on the,
mound for Baxter's, and wasI
charged with the loss after al-
lowing eleven runs on three hits
and ten free passes.
Manager Lee went the distance,
for the beermen and gave up:
nin safeties and five bases on
balls.
Nichols tagged two for three.
Medlnger and Woodruff both had
two for four.
For Pan Liquido Leo Presho
led with the stick marking up
two for three.
,Tuesday Firemen's Insurance
took their eleventh consecutive
rame of the second half when
they set the CAA Club down. by
the narrow margin of four to
three. In this game Butch Baker
had counted on a sure win since
he had been assured that he
would have the services of "Big
John" Pistro, but after lending
at least two persons for Pistro.
was finally told that John had to
bowl.


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Charlie Chaplin


Is Forsaking


United States

LONDON. April 18 (UPI)-
Charlie Chaplin said yesterday
he has given up his residence
In the United Slates where his
movies made him a millionaire.
The comedian said he de-
cided not to return to America
because of an "unhealthy at-
mosphere" there in which
"liberal individuals can be
singled out and persecuted."
In a statement issued after he
arrived here from Switrwrland.
Chaplin said he lryd been "the
victim of lies and vicious propa-


ganda bv powerful reactionary
groups" aided by "America's
yellow press."
He said he had found it
virtually impossible to con-
tinue my motion picture work"
under these conditions.
The U. S. Department of Jus-
tice announced earlier this week
Chaplin M-id surrendered his re-
entry permit for returning to the
United States.
Th.e British-born Chaplin
drafted his brief statement in a
hotel su*tt while his wife. Oona.'
the daughter of American olay-
wright Eugene O'Neill, looked
on.
'It is not easy to uproot
myself and my family from
the country where I have lived
for 40 years without a feeling
of sadness," the statement
said.
The famed movie comedian
had lived in the United States
since UOjbut never applied for
American citizenship.
Shortly after Chaplin sailed
for Europe last Seotember with
his wife and four children. Atty.
Gen. James McGranerv an-
nounced he would not be per-
mitted to re.-enter the country
until an Immigration investiga-
tion -determined his eligibility
une.-r U. S. alien laws.


ANYTHING GOFS Proving
that a woman will put anything
on her head, Pat Behan of San
Francisco shows off her zany
spring hat It consists of a
colander, a pie pan, a cocktail
lass and other bar accessories.


WASHINGTON, April 18 (UP)
-Commerce Secretary SBncla1e
Weeks announced yesterday than
Dr. Allen V. Astin will stay on
as director of the Bureau of
Standards until a special study
of the agency is completed late
this summer or early fall.
Astin had been forced to re-
sign, partly because of the bu-
reau's handling of aelentific
tests on the controversial bat-
tery additive, AID-X2.
President tIsenhqiver had ac-
cepted the resignation, effective
today.
Weeksleted as demands con-
tinued to Dour in from Congress
and elsewhere for a "full scale"
Investigation of Astin's dis-
missal.
The Washington Dally News.
a Scripps-Howard newspaper,
said It hWd learned that as many
as 400 sclentipts might quit the

Shp-To-Amphan

Aid Brings Ijured

Man From Pias Bay
An American fisherman who
was evacuated from his ship yes-
terday was in Gorgas Hospital
today suffering from a head in-
jury. He is not considered to be
in serious condition.
George Stanovitch, 40-year-old
crew member on the Golden
West, which was fishing seven
miles west of Pifia Point, was
hit on the head by a sinker from
a net which was being hauled In.
The accident occurred shortly
after noon yesterday.
Rescue Coordination Center,
which was notified of the con-
dition of the crewman, sent an
SA-16 out from the 28th Air
Rescue Squadron, to land at
nearby Jaqu6.
However, the shin had all the
nets out, pnd couldn't transport
the Inlured man to shore, so the
amphibian landed In the water
in Pifias Bay. and Stanovitch
was transferred from the ship
to ethe plane.
A Gorgas ambulance waiting
at A.Ibrook Air Force Rase
brought him to the hospital.


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TWENTY-EIGH'IH YEAR.


Churchill


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'Resolute


Support' For Ike s Peace Plan


LONDON, April 18 -iUPl-
Prime Minister Winston Church-
ill returned to the capital today
from G'aisgow where he ex-
pressed "our resolute and whole-
hearted support" of President
Eisenhower's peace plan and
immediately began preparing a
statement to Parliament on the
new foreign situation.
Churchill used the op-
portunity of a long-scheduled
political address in Glasgow
to "welcome the massive and
magnificent statement of our
case" by President Eisen-
hower.


After travelling by overnight
train to London, Churchill went
directly to Downing Street to
begin work on his statement to
Parliament, expected to be made
on Monday.
The Prime Minister, who has
taken charge of the-lorelgn of-
fice during the illness of Foreign
Secretary Anthony Eden, will
consider reports of Soviet reac-
tion to the new American move
and Britain's quick support of
it.
Churchill was expected to
be jn contact with Washing-
ton during the weekend about
the next move in the West's
peace offensive touched off
by Mr. Eisenhower.
The British press greeted
Churchill's quick acceptance of
the initiative seized by President
Elisenhower with banner head-
lines.
The Dally TelegraDh com-
mented that "Mr. Churchill yes-
terday made clear Britain and
the United States are now in
closer accord on terms of greater
equality than oa any other time
since the end of the war." -
In his speech before the Scot-
tish Unionist party, allied with
his own Conservatives,, t h e
Prime Minister said it may be
that another chance for peace
will come.
"Perhaps minded it has come,"
he said. "Wq cannot tell."
He wound up a mainly poli-
tical speech with a sarcatic re-
ference to Laborite opponents
who called him a "warmonger"
and asked:
"But what has happened
since? By adhering firmly to our
policy of peace through strength,


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Jamaica Runm.
But aybod can label his wares as
Jamaia Run..
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when you buy a boer of Jamaica Rum it is
dearly labelled S PRODUCr OF JAMAICa.
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we.' have helped so far as it lay
in our power all those forces In
the world which make for an
enduring peace.
"And now suddenly mighty
events far beyond our control
but in harmony with our
highest hopes have made their
mark on the life of the world.
"New men have obtained su-
preme pbwer in Moscow and
their words and gestures and
even to some extent their ac-
tions seem to betoken a change
of mood.


"We cannot yet tell what this
means. We cannot measure bow
deep is their purpose or wheta
the process they-have set on foot
will lead -them.
"Is there a new breeze blow-
ing on the tormented world?'
Certainly sudden hopes have
sprung in the hearts of peoples
under every sky,
"We live in a time when
science offers a blind prodigality
to mankind: the choice bectM n
li golden age of prosperity sad
the most hideous form of de-
struction.


"When at the end of the war
eight years ago, the three vio-
toious powers met In Berlin. all
is lay before us. I could not
uismatand why Soviet Russia
did not Join with the Western
Allies in seeking a Just ad list.-
fIt treaty of peace. I
"'ow it may be that another
chance will come. Perlmla-pin
deed It has come. We Eaanot
tell. The future Is inserutabid.
"But as so often happens
the path of duty Is clar, We
mast .net throw away a single
hope or reaulsb a ingle
fondly d isnai.
"I is for these reasons that
we in Britain. and I doubt not
throughout the British ire
PAd Commonwealth of ttol
hva welcomed the mase and
magnificent statement o f our
cuase made yesterday by Prsi-.
dent lsensower."

US Publisher Sas

TRslh Aboul Lk

kI Russia Twisd


Nn.L, 0., April
S LWiek, b

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tafta of the SutI
Soviet 1 lat r
He said he Mid


warned


AaSOCIAT3'JUS*KM I
of me School ollM, i


True. Pa


Fosters I


'18 (UP)
em. tt


mud.


Worl" -

decelved
of Commn" ."
Wiek call ht to bmm
stem "wexreMelv inefficient.
He aMld tAdt its In Moscow
were achieved Dy ioting labor
and had wott& ced propagandaa
bulldlu co lM have a dew-
astatin eff en those who dO
not ulerdstid the truth."

Los a sTom
TriTo.'Save..






L final attempt to M


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bureau unless Astin's forced re-
siglation was recalled.
Weeks said that Astin eal*-
tively will not b? retained ler-
maxlently as bureau director,
"but it is felt by ill- concerned
that he can be most helpful 'in
the study" of the bureau's taibc
tons by a special National
Academy of Sciences commit;
tee.
Weeks said that when the
study is completed, Astin 111 b I
offered a government poll jU
of thp same grade as ti~eUte 11
directorship.
Congressional critic of -the
Astin firing were quick to voice
their satisfaction at his tem-
porary rehistatement.
"Hurray," sai daB Hubert H1
Humphrey 4DM-A a. l -tWOW
triumphs. It's a w ig
times."


Sen. Paul H. Douglas (D-O)
Sitd Weeks' .decs "O a t"s a? -
ute to opumlar adlgMUoa whe
aroused. It Uraan t9duaoo 1a
the will of te peopleIRas I
mighty factor." i
Weeks shed little addtisl
light on why he hInd fired m
in the first place.

To Shut DonSe

Delen* P
NORPOMIJ V., ~ '18 (UP)
- Assistant De Secretary
Wilfred J. McNeilid -today the
administration wo-s to shut
down soaD defense plants in or-
der to t cos. ,"'
But he t.rtd-ihant.&n ma-o
Jnr change or-reversal" Is con-
template4. n the broad mopili-
zation ae'0 o ept,of the Tru-
man adMlnltraUti.
McNei, ..a Truman holdover
reapontio by. the 1Isenhower
admIn Lti -,i-thbe Defense
Departed dget expert.
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Intr for 4dkakt i 16velr of
mobil a e are met,
and as reaches a
plateau. W 4 the Virgi-
will be In 'nauer
of planiZ Itn" ve pro-
cluctle hyItemi. .
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