The Panama American

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

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Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Panama -- Panama

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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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University of Florida
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"La the pro: !a know the truth and the country is safe" --' Abraham Lincoln..

nzlizt Knows Nothing Of Flood sSpeec

,
;THE WATER'S FINE Secretary of the Airni Wilber M. Sruciter and Mrs. Brucker. took time
,, from a busy schedule for t dip in th4 Fort Clayton swimming pool; firucket, and his parti
arrived Saturday .from washington tttonsult with officials of the Caribbean COMMA, VS.
Army Caribbean and the Canal Zone government. (U.S, Army Photo),

EULOGIZES-- US-PANAMA'; RELATIONS
"Panami and the United States have so much in common that nobody ,can drive a wedge
between us," U.S. Secretary of Army Wilber IVL Brucker told an open gathering at Balboa Thea Theatre
tre Theatre late yesterday.' , , ,, '
'Touching on subJects ranging from pay raises for military' and civilian personnel to launch launching
ing launching pads for sateilites,,the Secretary stressed the power of the United States and her allies a around
round around the world to retaliate if attacked. , ,
Of the vulnerability of the Panami Canal to rockets and Projected Weapons, be told news newsmap
map newsmap after tho speech:. "We are not &sleet) at the switch." Then, thoughtfully, he observed:
"Let me generalize. I 'have never seen any weapon that was an, ultimate weapon. Maybe.
ht this, I have given you a lead." ,.,,

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da initude :
Brucker s speech compares favorablit loith Flood's;
. 2. I don't think ,Brucker, knitis yihot's ooltig on; :
reittarks'ivera, long Oyerdui.. Recentevents
Itavelitstified hi.:staternenti; ,, ,::,
-,-...':4.:When",Brticker'referredio the' 4trength O'f t! :1)1
Armed forcei,Hdecloring 11,,t:ttrIth;ttixouT, I t
warte614.',C1,ll'i;;;ic.N.rieu -.11ol'it.:1,1 to -;".:.t'.J's
ritentiotted Tanamanian, or othist ospir;ticns to over:,
the Canal);', 1) (

The campaign to sell the hotel
to Another ,company Was said
t be nrimartly aimed at chang-
ing the, present manatrement,
'laced in the handx of Pierre
taouillard by the ,Hiltw Hotel
Coro., wh!ch he leaged the hotel
frOm Its present owners, ,

,

t : mind WI;
TE :E PATIENT

N A 23-year-old soldier, father of six, was killed yesterdaT
an automobile accident near Fort Sherman, just one day after
, he arrived in the Canal Zone with his family.
, !Donald J. Bell, assigned to a FL Kobbe outlit,'was pro pro,
, pro, ,nounced dead on arrival at Coco Solo Hospital shortly after 5
- p.m. yesterday after the automobile in which he was a front-seat
passen;.-er crashed into a bridge fence, on Army Road S-2.
A police report shows that the bridge railing went through
the indshield of the car, and struck Bell in the Chest, causing
fatal injuries.' , ,
Driver of the tar, Sgt. Clifford L Tweedell, was released from
' the hospital after being treated for minor face and hand -cuts.

An additional' generating Unit
at the Miratiores -diesel electric
plant was placed ,in operation
today because of the continued
drop in the levels of GRUM -arid
l'ad,!pn Lakes and the-'necest
ty for the conservation Of
, ater for Canal operations dur durI
I durI g ,the present dry' setisoo.
- Although both lakes are still
T ell above the levels of a. year
tog, both have been dropping
.5,omewhat faster thad normal.
'the, elevation of Gahm Lake
today was- 84.20 feet, about a
fmt higher than the same date
' last dry season.-
-Mad,t-zyr;Lake'eleVatiorr today
242.84, about ten'Jeet
er than April 1 1957
,
,
'The diesel generating plant
at Mirafiores is now operating
- on a round-the-clock basis, In
Jdition to the units operating
:there, the Electrical 1)ivision is
operating tour units at Coeoli
and three at Agua Clara plant
on a one-shift basis.

With the additional unit at
Viiraflores in operation, the
output of power by diesel plants
will be 7,000 KVA, about one onefourth
fourth onefourth of the total Riad.,

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Off Gt!:1

An attempt to intervene into a
family quarrel hi Curundu, result resulted
ed resulted in a 4i-year-old American be being
ing being found guilty today in Balboa
Magistrates Court of disturbing
the peace.
'Evidence revealed that William
1 Brown, who thought he had
ired his gun into the ground, ac actually
tually actually shot into quarters 690' in
Jeurundu,' and the bullet vst s
found in a coach in the home qf
Frank It. Wilcox his brother-in

',Brown 'told the' Judge that
cox wite, woo once had poll tp,
still uses brace- to help- hes
walk. he said he went home lea leaterday
terday leaterday and heard tne Wilcoxes,'
wno aye across the street, having
a loud argument. e
, The illefendant, an IAGS 'em 'employe,
ploye, 'employe, toddled lie heard M r s.
WiIcox crying and begging her
husband to stop; while at the
same time he heard the crash tit
dishes: He knocked on theit door,
but Wilcox yeUed that this was a
argumenti'and told Broown
to go away,-
'Ile has hurt her beiot e,
Brown said today; and I thought
rd do anything to try to distract

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,
,
. Eileen Damerau, chairman of the Bai Bai-
- Bai- I ,h School Student Association, presents a check for.$10
) L', chalics Bruce, chairman of the Canal Zone Cancer Com Com.
. Com. The check was presented on behalf of the Balboa High
Eitn-lent body. In making the presentation,' Miss,Dame.,
"I hc,pe that the Cancer Fund, will continue to row
for t'e rrany people who are helped by its contributions.
Err,-0 "I PM particularly -gratified to- know that the :
: onien of today have such a keen apprecia tion
of t,.e can(A. ,Jblem which faces 'the American people. Your
, is v, c,f emulation by your parents."

Ships Set

4

, ,,., di a pm i
the hospital atter being-treated for minor faee and hand tuts. .A new March' recOrd for the
Today in Cristobal' Magistiates distracted hy an Army pick up
Court Tweedell was charged with truck Which he 4aid was approach. lel ships ilrough
going commerc
number of transits by ocean oceaninvoluntary
involuntary oceaninvoluntary manslaughter and re ing on the opposite' side of t h e
leased to military authorities with bridge. Police said today ,th e y the Panama Canal
lished last month, it w, s 111)).tsa,
the understanoing that he will aP have found no trace as yei at this ounced: t o d a y at B.a ,
was aestabt
pear in court at 9:30 cm. Thurs.
, truck, but are stilL checking. lieights.". -, ' y
810 transits o
day for- a preliminary hearing ol Bell arrived in the Canal Zone
t I category Jest
the caw. Tweedell is 35 years old. on Sunday after a Military Air shiPs I (4' hill'
There were.
month, two more,than, the for forBoth
Both forBoth men were attached to the Transport 'plane flight f r m
518th Engineers at Ft, Kobbe. Charleston, S.C. He, his wife., record of 808 trani
Police reported that Tweedeirs :and.their is children, ranging site established last year. liens
met March
car, a 1957 e'ord, v:iiN,appr2aching in age from six weeks to eight month's commercial , tra c
' a wooden bridge when be made years, were assigned quarters in failed to equal Aitn," all-time
'a sharp left turn and skidded for Coco Solite, , monthly record by,, only three
about 35 feet before be ran "into His survivors' by his wife, Emi. transits... A ,,, .1
the right side of the bridge', and ly, and his children, lite eight ''
. The highest monthly, total
crashed through the railing, coin. James, six, Gerald, four, Donald, Was set in October of last year
ing to rest partially on the bridge three,. Connie, one, and Richard, when- 813 'commercial ships of
and partly on some old concrete six weeks. z -- . the ocean-going category made
piling protruding above the water. The couple listed 2316 North llic. the Canal transit. '; ',
, .. kory Street, Joliet, LP as a per- 1
A piece of 2x4 lumber which manent address in' th'e U t d'
it t e While commercial traffic last
was the bridge railing broke off States. - ,, month was the highest for any
and ra m med through the wind-. Funeral arrangements' were"'In. Mart 011 record, total ocean oceanal.;.21d,
al.;.21d, oceanal.;.21d, striking Bell in the chesta comple.e this morning. ,- going transits did not equal the
Co:h solliers, it was ,reperted, Personnel records of the. victim figures of Marco 1957. ., A
crawled out of the car and were showed he had prior military serv. Tlaere' were only 23 transits
. picked vp by two passing Gls,
, ice between 1949 and 1952 and that 13, Govermnent ships '-'1 a a t
, Call was dead on arrival at !" be came to this command from month 'foe a total of 833, as
' bo; "A.I. ',- ' -,,, ' Fort Leonard Wood, MO. Ile re. compared withr 840 In March
- Police said 'today: that, Tweed. entered the Army in January 1955 of the previous year. , ,-'
ell rl.,'mect that he was driving at Fort Rucker Ala.' tind, after The daily average number of
st about :',1 miles an hour, but was four months thereo W811 transfer. ocean-going transits last month
7 red to Fort Leonard, Wood. ',, ; 'was 26.9,, approximately one a
. 0,. i 0, Bell was the son of Mr. and Mrs. day ,' more than the previous
, A
1 Ralph Pell of RFD tilNinkena,111inonth.1 ''' : '' ' )

lets Curupdu Resi:!ent Fine Of

t his attention, I thought mayhe he
- was choking her. --
- ,,, Brown ran to his house and
t grabbed his. revolver. Ho thin
: fired a shot into what he
' thought was the ground, b u t
L ,Itiaovesit,.turori dwaosuttvotrboy intneervothu:
i and upset, hooxplainod today.
1
-' -,"Didn't it occur to you to call
t the police, Judge John -E. Dem Demi
i Demi ing asked the defendant', ,,
. 4 "Yea Sir ...: but there -was not
time. It all happened in five or
ten minutes, he replied.
7,: "'Can't the military police reach'
, there in that tittle? 'the 'Judge
asked. ., ,
, "No, it usually takes them 20
tminutes or more.
'"Im awfully sorry II did it,
- Ilr'c'him told the Judge In a low
voice, "were all under 'ci heavy
strain. .. ..
i ? Neither Wilcox nor his wild
, showed up in ,court today, al alt
t alt though police said they had ra rat
t rat quested their presence.
, "Is Wilcox an able ,- bodied
,' Man? the( Judge asked the ar art
t art resting officer. ,
"Well he has the use 04, all of
1
- his limbs. Ile was in a position
to do the defendant, or Mit. Wil

, Judge Deming fined Brown 825,
,adding that under the circumstanc circumstances
es circumstances he could have fined 'him $100
- and imposed a ,3) day, ja4 s e
tence.
The imposition of a ltuther sen sentence
tence sentence however was suspended and
the defendant was placed on one
year probation:, 4
Tie gun was ordered for 'dispo 'dispo,
, 'dispo, sition by the court.
"I can haVe it confiscated un under
der under Jaw,' the Judge explained to
the defendant.
, "I Wish you would, Brown re

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WASHINGTON, April 1
Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles disclosed today tht the U.
nited States recently detided a a,
, a, gainst halting nuclear tests se it
'could perfect development of
small "clean" nuclear weapons.,
, He said-the decision was made
ad a meeting of Preskidnt Eisen.
bower and his top advisers it
bout 10 days ago.
Dulles, at his weekly news
conference, also denounced as
pure pronelpmete Rusia's
nounceihwd tad it is halting
- nuclear testing on its own with without
out without an international agreement
providing for Inspection.

t,ay

011,11
."-'1 2 ClaY I

,
Brucker called for a lifting He said- he did ivish Amer Amerof
of Amerof the Iron Curtain. He dra- 'cans could gain a little more
matized the differences between of "this thing called matu matuCommunism
Communism matuCommunism and the ways of rity." As evidence of lack of
freedom 'ilnd democracy, RS' it he recalled the despondency

practiced in the United Eltate
1.nd Panama.'
Asked by a newsmen to com comment
ment comment on rumors that a site
nearer the Equator than Cape
Canaveral might be More det,4
sirable for launching satellites,
Brucker tepliett that he, tOo,
bad heard it,sald, but he is not
a scientist and doesn't know.
;Brucker's Balboa talk VMS the
fourth the OutVard Look"
series launched by Gov.
Potter, who, introdueed him.
The' SerieS was devised. In
response to complaints -.of
borne' Zonlans, that here they
feel but of the mainstream
Anterlean lifeand thought.
An Insular' attititde Is said to
The BecretarY's di.30 p.m. talk

-and "all is lost" mOOd of last
fall after the Russian Sput,
' nicks tvent into orbit.
ihen he spoke of Jupiter-C.
Only last November he 4tot the
green light on .It:' and WaS
'told:, ,

-s-ci-e-nti-si and' do' esn't know. "Put If In' 84"days the
'Brucker's Balboa talk was the Army did.
"fourth trt the "OutVard Look"
: For ,, the recent, Explorer III
series launched by Gov. W E.
launchingi BrtIcker. and other
Potter, who introduted him.
' , ., top' officials snuggled Into
The' Seriee was devised in specially equipped blockhouse
, response to complaints -.of near -the launching, pad (the
some' Zonlans, that here they press' was a mile away but had
feel but of tho mainstream a good view), ',, --
of Ameritau life' and thoughts : ,.
An inittlai uttitUde is said to 'Blockhouse nbserverik. could
reSult. follow every.' detail of the
Secretary's 4:30 p.m. talk "magnificent thing", from ,the
drtw a ratilKi small cr3wdo fart time a, anal); rope at the top
smaller than the third night fell 'away at the end of the
showing'. of the' film r 'Peyton count-down ,until the :fourth :fourthPlaee,"
Plaee," :fourthPlaee," which followed it. stage lharge detonated and the
Of relationships bet ween

Panama and the United States, n
Brucker pointed out that, btllh r
1
mt. x 1 it-
4 E' WI) '-
countries are dedicated to the ,., ., ,
same freedoms,'and "we under- On Local Tour
stand each other." , ,,,., : . ,.
,
Noting that small disagree.' The Point Four exhibit bu
menta will arise, he remark- SICAP for the U.S. Inforn
ed that these "will not sep Service is now on lour after
arate our two countries, since ing been on display in' Caph
in the important things,, we ,A, schedule has, been arr,
are much alike." ,s., by Ernesto Solis, of Divuli
, The, Secretary said he bad Agricola de Panama; in co(
prst- tion,with local agents. 'The
had a social chat with
of showing for the exhibit wi
dent de la Guardia .who was
Penonome, Aguadulce,- Pocri
much' interested .in details of
trect Las Tablas, Santiago,
the ,launching of Explorer III
whicn Brucker had just wit. an David.
The exinbit tells pictorica
fiessed in Florida, A chat with the benefits received by a t
Fo:Eign Minister Aquilino Boyd !illo a.stle,dis.cie,entifici,and ac
preceded the Prest...-,lynti.t lit

Noting that email eusagree-' The Point Four exhibit built by
menta will arise, he remark- SICAP for the U.S. Information
ed that these "will not sep-, Service is now on lour after hay hayarate
arate hayarate our two countries, since ing been on display in' Capira, ,.'
in the important things,, we ,A, schedule has been arranged
are much alike." ,s.,., by Ernesto Solis, of Divulgacion
, The,. Secretary said he bad Agricola de Panama; in coopers coopersof
of coopersof showing for the exhibit will be:
had a social chat with Presi- tion,with local agents. The order
dent de la Guardia .who was
Pertonome, Aguadulce,- Pocri, Chi Chimuch
much Chimuch interested .in details of
trect Las Tablas, Santiago, Sone
the ,launching of Explorer III
7 an David. , ,t,
whicn Brucker had just wit- t . i
The extubit tells pictorically of,
fiessed in Florida,, A chat 1,3h the benefits received by a farmer'
Fo:rign Minister Aquilino Boyd who adopted scientific and advanc advancpreceded
preceded advancpreceded 1,1-ie Press...it:n(1A II! ed methods in agriculture.
' Brucker said no issues were , 1
discussee during either visit
but revealed that Boyd outt British'Subject ';':-..
,
lined Ome of bis views. ,, 1. .
. Brucker was questioned about Mrs., N. Warnoch
his reLetion to the speech lt ,
Rep. Daniel J. Flood (1.1;-Pa.) Dies AtZargas '. -,
calling for Congress to enun-
elate a clear policy regattang ' ' '
Mrs. Nancy 'Warnoch, a British
the United States' concept s'-)r resident of Panama, died yester yesterits
its yesterits Canal Zone rights. The Sec- day at Gorgss Hospital where she
retary recalled he had been had been a, patient for several
traveling, and said be ,had not weeks. She was 75 years, old.
heard of the speech. ' Memorial services will be held
Touching On some Of the! Tuesday,, April 8 at St. L u e's
fine alpects of ....Anterica.- andi Church et Ancon tit-1:30.71--
her 'allies,' Brucker gave a pat Mrs. Warnoch, who lived in Pa Paon
on Paon the back to foreign Itid, saY- nsma for the past 15 years is be be1
1 be1 ing "mutual aid" is a better lieved to have a sister surviving
term. her in Australia. ,
.

satellite : was established In
orbit.
- "It's wonderful country;
'don't sell it short," he said
to Americans, adding ."We
'lave nothing to apologize
for," H eadded that mistakes
are Ineifitably 'made.
Of relations with Russia, he
tiOted : the is. making Its
geophysical data, available, the
Soviets are not. Operu inspec inspection
tion inspection nuclear activity is es essential
sential essential to any agreement really
aimed at peace. :
He retailed the pitiful' fight
cf the Hungarians tor freedom
from Soviet tyranny, and corn cornmended
mended cornmended "little Norway," which
when face d. with Russian
threats if it granted' bases to
tile 'US and her allies,' replied
in' effect: "You, run your coun country
try country and we will run ours."

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tgliliiiii. liETtild 7:.

-.TEHERAN, April, 1 (1.1Pr --Fa!elfish'
Hamad, 32, gave birth to
sextuplets last Friday while tend tending
ing tending sheep in a field, according', to
unconfirmed press repoets here to today.
day. today. v i v
All six. children and their moth mother
er mother were Aoing well. according to
reports from ber village of S a
brookh near Ahwaz in Rhuzistan.
The reports said the children--
four boys and two girls were
born while Fatemeh was looking
after her husband's sheep grazing
in, a field near her home.
According to the report the on only,
ly, only, person available to assist her
as midwife was her, younger, sis sister,
ter, sister, ,who rtai,to the village Imme Immediately
diately Immediately after the ,vb ir ths and
spread the news.' '
. Fatemely wrapped ber children
in her ,black veil until help ,arriv-,
ed, the reports said.
'Hundreds of villagers poured In.
to the streets to celebrate the oc occasion,
casion, occasion, they danced- and ,,sang
throughout the day and night.
They, claimed the births were a
good''' omen, the press reports

,

.,-,palbrooh', is an 'Island Villa'ge
near Abwaz, in the tenter ot the
Khuzistan Province, about
lofr milts north weed' of the 'Abe:,
dan oil fields. ,
The province is In south Avest
Iran. Its lowlands border the Per Persian
sian Persian Gulf

':.f.:.:.Contiating recent' ipieches :Army Setretary rViP
bar, M.' Brucker rtlbody driige a ivedge.between'the
US and Pana.rne) and Rea.,paniel fload (D-Pa.)
less deniagogueigrid iingoists'of Panamci",)
contrasting commenti from Canaflniait foday.
Bruckerts saeich ,deliveredto ci thin hoae the,:
Balboa Theatrilesterdi afterriaaiThe;folloiving
tire, ',1Peton Plater. with Terrif.)Moare driyi.much
, .1 1- '"

ters, ;, I
.Floodss spiech'Was -clelivireil to the Hoase of.Repre.
sentativis' March 26,;ancl 'p'r.inted in full in .esterday's
P01101116 'American. ' ,,,
Samples of Zonian- reaction. 'to, the two speches to tointitide
intitide tointitide - i-e t -

,
Brucker left the Isthmus at
8:30 am. fkom Albrook Air Force
Base. bound for Puerto Rico.
Many Zonians just didn't seem
interested in Outward Looking
via Brucker's talk.' ,
"No. I didn't go, hear it," one
said today.
"I haven't 'even had time to
read about tbe speech." another
white-collar worker added.
' "I got' the distinct imuression
ths,t be was using an iron fist
in a velvet glove, telling anY'--
ne that is listening that nobo4
dv better start un with one of
the largest nations in the
world, a Palboa resident corn
Inented today. , ,
. With regard to Plood's earlier
Statements. an Isthmian said:
' "I Aro 1001:ler cent in, favor of
Flood's talk. He is an intelligent
man his facts are -certainly
not in error."
, Several felt that vehile Bruck Brucker's
er's Brucker's soeech was "excellent," it
didn't have much to say.
' MAIO said ,it waS slanted ,t0o
much towards the military, for a
civilian audience.
D1'411)01110 ,Pansmanian
svorkers in the Canal Z0ne to today
day today said they were "greatly
e n elo urage d", Brucker,
when he said that no wedge
could ever separate the 'United
, States and PlinaMat. :
"As workers,' we heartily en endorse
dorse endorse these aentiments,"' said
Harold Williams; legislative rect.
resentative of ,I..ocal 900, AM,
CME, AFL-CIO.

,
The ideas of democracy tor
which the 'United States stands
are identicallo those of Pant,-
Ma; be said.. tt ,, ,
"Here In the Canal Zone and
Panam we have a true plc.,'
tore of hemispheric, solidaritr.
Here, the United States, with
an initial Investment of $3800,
000,000 has a working force of
' about 4,000 citizens, and
10,000 non-US citizens who
meet and work ,, shoulder to
shoulder together daily to keep
the Panama Canal and its 111.
rious auxiliaries In operation ail
a growing example to 4he
tire world that our democreey
Is a tworking democracy," Wil Williams
liams Williams stated;
He said that Brucker 'gave
them the assuranCe that Con Congiess
giess Congiess never does wrong; and that
right .and justice would always
prevail siter rae sober minds and
calm thinking have overcome
sensationalism and thOsewho
become .easily agitated.- ,
,On this assurance," Williams
added, vete pin our hopes for ext extpeditious
peditious extpeditious handling of IIII1708
which 'is 110Vi' in the' House for
implementation of the 1955
Treaty. Our government includ-1
ed this in the pact when it was
ittrnedond our workers are cerr
tainly deserving of the single singlewage
wage singlewage scaleopolicymore so when'
our record of fidelity towards
the gm. -ment of the'United
States is Asidered."'

.
'..THHPANAMA iovernment will
oppose the sale of, therilotel El :1
Panama, Hilton to any new tor-',
poraVon if it adheres to the rec..
ommendationt of the. National',
Economic'. Council':

Ouoting Wormed sources, the
tabloid La Hora said today that
the COUrleil has studied the pos4'
sibility of the hotel being sold,'
in the light of a campaign being'
waged by some members of the
hotel's board of directors, and
has decided that the sale would
be disadvantageous to the, best,
interests of panama. i:

. -.-
Special patrols have been set
up by the Panama Secret poi
lice and the National Guard. tit
protect public property in Pan-
ems Gitv during this week,
when '' thousands of Panama-
Mans lisuallY leave the capital
to spend Holy Week and Hal-,
:ter in the interior., :
Armed' details' will pairof el
city on foot find by vehicle
order to keep robberies
thefts of abandoned homes tiowr
to a minimum.

,
Defeated 1.95$ presidential can-
didate Victor P. Goytia is said
to have left Pena Ma City for the
central provinces of the rePublie
to begin a political campaign in
favor At the National pberal;,-'s-k
Party.

The Panama liner ,Ancon
sail from Cri.0-:--1 it 10,"
Thursday, it bas been ,announL,
by the Terminal); Ovision.
"rbe ahipls beginning the north
bound voyage to,New York ov,4
day late in norder,to avoid arrly
ins in Port-au-Prince on Frl
Ivilr.chistlegal,boliday
On ;this schedule, the ,'
will arrive in Haiti Satur0
is due to arrive in NerY : 1
Wednesday, April S.

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! witn toe aaaltionai unit at tamuy argument,-ana tOla brOOVIII, questel toeir presence. : : '''F"7.'' -- ''''' ,' .-..--..r-...'' ' -- ----- ---
' Miraflores in operation,' '1 the t go away, -.." : -'' ' "! -1' !':',. -1,-"Is Wilcox', an able b o d I e d :' ;Some.' Zonlans- that here they,' press was a mile av'irai b-ut had the US iirid'ire-r--;-ifires;;;;Iie'sd' ,enclourage41",,,401- ...., Jo,- g A,
, output of Power by diesel plants ,!!,4)He )laS hurt her b e f o re, Man? the i Judge asked" the ar- '' feet' nut -,!of the 'mainstream a. good :viewl,,...!,,, ',..,..-',.., ,:.-:. -..- ',.., ,,,!. in- effect: 4!You, 'run you'r coun- wben he said that'.,. -no ,-,wedge ..... .
,- 11,111 be 7,000 KVA,: about one- Brown- said today, and I thought .resting officer.. .,',,,,, ... . of Anteritais life'and thought, '. ,"..' -., '-, -!! ;: tr.Y and,..we will ,ruzi ours." ,'', .
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Brucker, ,'",,,,,Airtz.:-ot (,
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'' Siecial iitrolibavels been iei : '' ;
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'' fourth of the total 'Inacl.-c,. '. ,,,, I'd' do 'anything to try to- distract --Men he hail the use' A, ail of
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his climbi. 'Ile -was in a position"' result' "4 '-''-' '' r- ",...'
' '' - '' - ' ". ,--i.' to do the defendant,' or Mit. WU- '!.''Illie Secretary's 4:30 11.1n. talk
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follow every f 'detail of ,.. the Irwan'' 'I' IL' '' :'' 'IL' '''' ': 1 1, : '' ': ': "- "As wor'kers we 'heartily
"magnificent thing',,,', from 'the lid nepperuess ,':'
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dorse,,these --,sehtiments,' said
' ''.. Harold Williams; legislative rec.. ama Gitv : during- this --., weal,' ',....,
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; ) ',TEHERAN April 1 (t7Pr-r ''' ' ' '.. '' ''. ''
, ,:,--,::::,::!,,.,::,,,i:::,::,,,,,,,i.:::::::il .;i- :::::i:':i: ::5i:::: es be could have fined istrit $100 .." Of ," relationships b e t w e e n, , T-1,10
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- -, - - PANSIIA, R. P, TUESDAY, APRIL 1, 195S, ..-, 1 -' ' ', '"- ' ,' .';' -.- '-z : '';', --,''' '- : ', :-' ,',-. K ; 1h. 4- .- rive CENTS
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N k A 23-year-old soldier, father of six, was killed yesterday in , -:., ' ,,
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a, p.m. yesterday after the automobile in which he was a front-seat ,,, ., ,1
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, passer4,-ce crashed into a bridge fence, on Army Road S-2, ,- :I
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, Driver of the ear, Sgt. Clifford L Tweidell, wai released from '., : ",,
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II, the hospital after hcing treated for minor face and hand tuts. ., A new March' retord 'f9etor athne,
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, ; ' Today in Cr' istobal. Magistiates districted' h' Y.:an. Ar. my' Pick t.'up'' mimb r ,.
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,?".. Court Tweedell was charged With truck Which hn4aid svas approach- e .-of transits by
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, involuntary manslaughter and re ing on the opposite' side of t h e tghoeingpacnoammmaercciaani asihiwpsasthersottatgbh.
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n n ed t o d a y at '' BalbOa
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ylished -last month, it was an-
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. day for- a preliminary hearing .of ,... Bell arrived in the Canal Zeno
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.0n Sunday after a Military Air ----
, the casa. Tweedell is 35 years old. e're Ill0 iransits .by
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Both men were attached to the Transport 'plane, flight ,f r ..,,, .
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' u4 9na rano.rna-,..) and,gep.. Daniel-J.' Flo cid (D-Pa.) (1! It(
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. ,,,' car, a 1957 'orkt9 Ira$:,,appr2aching in---aga--f-rom--sliT...".'"' laHVIns
weeks to eight' m dant' all-time ; -::,:
q- il. a wooden bridge when he, made :roars, were assigned quarters in ual
failed to eti
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' i,': ',al sharp left turn and skidded for coce sow, ,,, r.:. .,.., ,, ,. ,,. ,, monthly recorcl
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' Li ; about 35 feet, before be ran "Into : ,liis survivors' by his witevEmi- tra : : :i i., .:...:,. .,.:::.:: ..:.: :.::::. :::::::::::::::;:.::.:::::i:::: .:::::,::::1::,.,.,....:::,,,x:i,,,,,fts.,,.:v.:...:.:,:::k1 ,,,, Bruc er s speech was delivered to a thin house ir
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- ' the ri:,ht side of the bridge', and ly,- and his children, lita., eight I, The hig : : : : :::,::::: ::: ::: ::: :: :::,, -::: i.:::,i2 ,::::. :::::: -::::,: ,:,,:: ::: ,, :::::::,::,::i:,::Aiii!',:m.,....,,V,:::,.,R,?i::...:,!::,::':A:',.,:.::', .,' Balboa Theatre ',yesterday afterno6h -,The -following
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1 114 Crashed through :the railing, coin- James,' six, Gerald, fourDonald, Was se- oi : : , : :: t: : -.:::, ,.: i: :,., :::.:: ::::: ::: :. ,..::: ,,,:::.::::::: ,,,,,:::,-,,,,i: :?,:,::11:,:,...,,,,.::H,k,,...,- :::.,4.:.:4i.::
ing to rest partially on the bridge threei:, Ponnie, sine,: 'and Richard, when- 813 commercial snips L
. till total
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,' ''. .., piling protruding above.the,water. The couple listed 2316 Northllic. the. Canal transit. .....' ., ,,..
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' ' 1 ' ' ' '' 4 '. ' kory Street, :Joliet, IV., as a per- "' ' 1 tr !tic last ,;? ,
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' '' .1 ''- 'A: piece of 2)(6 lumber' which manent : address in the U n t t e di :::,.i:.:.:::,?:,:',..i::,:-;,,::'',::r..,:.,::::; :,::i :,).,::.:::- :.,:',..::v,... .':',', ::::' ,:::.:::::: if.::1,.:::::::::::,..,:-:,-.,,,:,-::,t.,,.:i::::,::.',x0.,,,..,.:,-.:,:',:.:::0,.:.',4,,N:,,,,-..:. sentat, ,
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' ' .ivas the:- bridge roiling broke off. month:was the highest for any :: ...:.....,...:.......3::........,..1,.........,,., .,,, .. ,,.. ... ...
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, and rammed tbraugn tno wma Funeral arrangements'
Samples of Zonlan: relactiott 'to the t
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were' lip Mart On recOrd, total oceati-- 77-7-7 : '7,1 .7 (. porn:ma' American. :
slijci, striking Boll in tho cheat
, comple.e this mczning. ''' going transits did nOt eQual the ' '
a Co:h soi,iiers, it was ,repartad, Personnel records of the --victim' ;THE WATER'S FINE Secretary of the &my Wilber M. Brucier ancyqrs. Brucker. took time
- crawled out of tho car and wore showed he had prior military serv
figures of Marco 1957.
mere, were only 23 transits from a busY schedule for din in thl.Fort Clayton swimming pool.- Brucker and bis party
clai include. - wa,sP
arrived Saturday .from Washington to tensult with officials of the Carihhean, Command, , , : ;
1. Brucker's speech compares
picked vp by two passing Gls, ice between 1949 and 1952 and that by 4. Govermnant ships ,..last
, Cell was itad on arrival et tho be came to this enmmanti frnm month ors a total of 833. as Army Caribbean and the Canal Zone government. (U.S, Army Photo) faviorntrit

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g Ll F. a wualle .!... ';'' 4. when Brucker refewrore.d,:so:Ithteo sct,rzetn:st t...o,f,,t:,:iz,,lic, j', ',
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- Police said 'today' that, Tweed- entered the Army in January 1053 of the previous Year. ''''' i ',. ,' ' ''' :- '-' ' It ',:',' ' .: : l' '''' 0 ,. i''')- ':'''' : ,-' 1 'I. -'' l'' Flood's' remarks were'. long overdue. Recent events i
i ,,- viell rh'mect that he was driving at l'ort Rucker,. Ala.' and, after The daily average number of 0, i v II lo, r 1 aLs tut
Flood's Socerh ,,. ,,,,.: -- liave'llistified his Statements ', 7' ' ' '''' ' '' '' '''''
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',trown told the Judge that Wil-1,;Zcin-i-ii,;,,Tiiits,;;;;;11,, ,D.,1,1 Asked by a newsmen to com7r nieks went into orbit.,

minutes or more. Brucker teplied that he, too, told: , tlon i,,of nuclear activity es- Several felt that while Bruck.,
awfully sorry it The campaizn to sell the hotel
did it, bad heard itAald, but he is not sentlal to any agreement really er's soeech was "excellent,! it
the, present
Brt.shiRi told the Judge' a to Another ,company was said
low a scientist arid doesn't know. "Put it IV". in' 84 daYS the aimed at peace. ), didn't have much to say. t be nrimarily aimed at chanit-
voice, "were all under g heavy He recalled the pitiful fight much towards the military, for a IPg
Brucker's Balboa talk was the Army did., , !, Msny said it waS slanted Akio'
manaRement,
strain. fourth the "OutVard Look"
' c s launched by Gov. W.,. L For. the recent, Explorer III ,cf the Hungarians for freedom civilian audience. 'laced in the hands of Pierre
launching, Brticker and other from Soviet tyranny, and corn- , , Jaouillard by the Hiltn Hotel
Neither Wilcox nor his wifir Potter who introduted him.
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iMMIIIMIMIMMEMIONEP

: rho Mail lea ta ea epee Puma tor readers WI The Portant America,
lettsts elteilmil grateful's and aro handled in a wholly coofidential
: N If yoli contributes letter les't be impatient it doesn't appoat. the
Oext day. Litters aro published la the &dot toceivad.-- :
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-identity of letter writers is held tor strides, confidence
, Thht ormspaper. assumes no responsibility lot statements,or pinions
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, v PRIVILEGE CARDS
' Sir:

Yesterday the CO called me his office. "Surge", be said,
, ou've done It ',egain."'-' Answering respectfully,- r cried, "My
God, Sir! Don't tell me another plane has hit the school!" "No",
he said; "This, is serious. net letter -you wrote has created a
erious breach in relations between the Mother Company and our
. small branch." .:.
Well Sir , firMly stated,. "they didn't print the! letter
, -exactly as X wrote it." r
t, Sadly- shitkinglis head the CO replied; "I know they didn't,
,-but you, must realize those folks Just got a raise in pay and are
'still. celebrating. Besides that, the, Publisher told me that the
concept'of transposing and omitting of 'entire sentences- IVO
irevolutionary approach tcp 20th century journalism."
.1 Stealthily &awing a 45 automatic froth his shoulder' holster
said,'"Sarge; you are going,,over to the marble palace .of the
Grand Wizard and apologize,'",
- Well, an order is an order, so with haltinglteps and trembling
hands I approached the Grand 'palace to make amends. A kind
old man sitting behind a desk- with an nameplate bearing the
title of Tenth Administrative Assistant directed me to the office
- of the gentleman bearing the title Of Fifth Administrative
, Assistant. X thought my case wasn't too serious until, the "Fifth"
explained that his four immediate seniors in date of Yank were
all in the ZI making speeches before, congressional. committees
. and Rotary clubs, , ,
- on-Carefully adjusting his 52.98 'white cbat and openly sneering
' at my open collar,lot said, ',Listen you miserable representative
40f,the capitalistic Air Force und' the Single 1Vage Plat;"I watt
to discuss that letter you wrote to what is jokinglY called tile Mei!
"Leaping to the challenge, I interjected, "Sir! I have official
3'rdirs to apologize,prolusely for such disrespect." Shooting
tuffs carefully he replied "Down boy! I have orders to present
'ott the First Order of the Grand Wizard for bringinrup1 and
continuing an issue beneficial to the Mother Company.
"For a brief respite n9 one mentioned air-conditioning, coco
',Solo, housing, commissary shortages, short-shorts, or other items
:frearisome to his majestY.7 Continuing he stated, "Unofficially
' I am empowered to offer you and 0a4eal Cluster if you, Can
repeat this performance." , ,
; Overcome with relief and' carrying my decorition I edged
:toward the door.' As I made my departure X heard him whisper,
Boy did you see those planes!,

-This special flight has been arranged to give the best possible service to the
residents of the Republic and the Canal Zone who are interested in attending
the. celebration of the 10th Anniversary of Israel's Independence.

Arrangements for this flight, which will leave Bogot6 and Pan' iim6 on Aoril IS,
have been-made thru the auspices of the, Zionist Association of Colombia. :

ence ot Brae

or complete details. visit the AVIANCA PI flee

TIIE LDEST TIIE AMERICAS ;'
, PAN AIIIERICAN WORLD AIRWAYS SYSTEM

- r baVe been reading'this column for sbnit ,time, and while
not agreeing with a 10t of what is written. commend you for
, providing en avenue for freedom of expression for both Canal
' Zonians and Panamaniana. I am writing-this forthe benefit of
both factions. -
I am an Ain' erican clerk:, 10 accOrding tb the US-Panaria
treaty, is to sell only to persons having US Military cards
or Canal Zone conintissary cardupermitting them the .pdvilege
of buying the commodities we sell.
1, This is my plec, Why must people get so belligerent when
!must ask for their cards? 34 I don't ask them,I stand to lose
My job, and with-it my own privileges- I'value 'these being
far from home and a ervibeman's dependent more than sell sell.
. sell. Ing a box of bufferin to anyone who hasn't a card.
, Qranted it may be a task to produce your privilege ,card 50
times a day, but I have to g0 through the same' thing.. ,Why
don't people realize it is (to te blunt) "the law?",, get tired
of people without privileges, from the Zone and elsewhere, who
, want me to sell to them without's card. Maybe things are run
- snore strictly where I am than in some other places, but both
' Cle management and I must comply with the treaty. 0,
, The people who do most 'complaining t,o, me are the ones
whose goVernment established the rules 'under which (Ards are
, deeded. 'Why don't they observe their own treaty?
, If both sides would sit doWn and obey-regulations maybe
, ite would have fewer frustratel and upset people on both sides
of the fence. Huh?
: Both sides have done wrong at- times. tow about a little
Christian living and ,wholehearted tooperatitm front everyone,
!Olt And small? Ihve in, Panama ,and work hi the ,Zone, so I
seen something of both sides of the dispute.'
, COMIUS101 kids whcr are underage to buy', cigarettes
Must produee a card aricLa nOte tii do sot, grownups Must have
a card everything,except postcards, including' even a penny b0x
df matches.
iv If carriers of these privilege cards- are too damn lazy to
doMply with the rules by showing them they had better get
of where work because rve had enough, of the
tatqle goonY bunch ; on both sides. ,-.
, A clerk
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: lwas',gratified to 'teed' your paper. that they are going
to tall'air ventilatorkat 'Ole Junior High SchoollrilBalboa.-
' Ithit,shows that the officials do take note of your 'Mail Box',
in raleceptive -of suggestiOns; I Was particularly pleased bed.
gaup Acilliany of. the parents, that -complained now feel that at
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;Nix Atimeone listens tef .their,,gripec .-4.' and. does something
boa ',It',.',',-?,,' fd!l' ,,!!. 1 1. ', -',,,,Vr'-' ,',,,.01.,.''' --, .,'
II, tittle, Aids too feel' pretty' goodAbOut 'the fact that' tneir Ills IllsSomfort,
Somfort, IllsSomfort, was, being looked 'OW and' rectified, to some degree.
Here's to' a gontinuedlree -press, and Mail' Box which' gives
ito ihanylof lus A ,chanc', 'tti.' discuss situations that otherwise
ightzot.r.have,;beeh, brolight Out 'in the, open.' Thanks -again.
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PANAMA AMERICAN

AN ORDER, IS AN ORDER

,", THE PANAMA CANAL. ,
Nvith the northeast winds, the .aoutheast trade
The easterly and west
Prom the ends of the earth each minute relayed
l'hey cbme with the same reciliest. ,
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,,Whether stormY or calm, by night or day
Por a small toll they each can provide
To shorten their journey and get pn, their.way
Whether bigh or low the tide. ,
tll'e tonnage Many or few, manned ,
by sailor or crew -
, PropeUed by wind, steam or atomic 'design -
Laden to gunwhale 'from timber to brew -
,! To meet all the needs of mankind. 0 :
Bata off to the men Whose Ingeindties provIJde
And here's to sacrifices they made. .
Let's sing Auld Lang Syne to the many who died
Here's a toast to,athievement displayed.
Majestic' it ivftli' Its locks ,,
and,its gates
Recorded -in history's' mai. : I
It flows twizt the bills, there's., ',
'7-no-other to-Tato
, The maleisItc panama Canal.
- Pat L Williams. ;.

, -By VICTOR RIESEL
' Meanivhile back at the ranch ranchtype
type ranchtype mansion' in Eensington, Md.,
a suburb of Washington. the own owner
er owner is waiting for somebody to come
along and pay him $63,000 for the
rambling house Ms union's jack
built. The owner is one Lloyd Klen Klenert,
ert, Klenert, formerly national secretary secretarytreasurer
treasurer secretarytreasurer of the small United Tex Textile
tile Textile Workers of America of the old
AFL. 4 -
,
yott, can't fit this item into
yotw budget, you can pick up a
neighbor's house for a few bucks
less., It belongs to Tony Nalente,
formerly president ,of the UTW,
not to be confused with the big
Textile Workers Union of ,Ameri ,America.
ca. ,America. Testimony before the McClel McClellan
lan McClellan Committee put this house's
value at $42,500.-
- How did twe such proletarian
leaders become such landed gen gentry?
try? gentry? In the ermal report of the
McClellan Committee, counselor
Bob Kennedy explains the new
class with this comment:
" (Valente and Elenertl- with
the perfect ,harmony of a Tweed Tweedledum
ledum Tweedledum and Tweedledee' misap misappropriated
propriated misappropriated $178,000 of tmion funds,
about 18 percent of the union's an annual
nual annual income and fashioned a "la "labyrinthine
byrinthine "labyrinthine plot' to conceal it.
Both Valente and Klenert quit.
They were ex-rayed by the nation national
al national spotlight and now have become
part of .the Cs mittee's history
soon to be ento (bed in those small smalltype
type smalltype booklets pouring out of the
Government Prmting Office "-seldom
opened and even more rarely
remembered by the public:
There will be other spotlighting'
as the Committee returns to the
ferreting out of rackets between
now and the first of the year. There
will be controversy over whether
or not some labor men, sOme of
muscle, some of the manucured
set, stole ten million bucks.
,, And while all this hits the head headlines
lines headlines on the national front, there
, will be no easing of the heart.'
aches of the little fellows?. the
workers of hand and brain Shd
the small merchants -.the ones
wile must deal with the business
'gents devm ohm at the grass
Jests for their daily bread and
year-end profit.
There seems to be no' communi-,
eation- between' what's happening;
up above and wbat'l crawling thrui
the grass roots below. 1 ran into
ample zvidence of thit Weird un unrealism
realism unrealism in the past 10 days, There
is, for example, a powerful local
chief of pie Operating ;Engineers
Union in Connecticut.
,,,He is the hos& His namele Sal-1
vaotre Annunziate, mho boxed as
Midge Renault, business,,agent and,
organizer of Local 478,, ?Withoutt
kinapower front L you
'can't build much Of anything,d the
state.,The other danthe State Su Supreme
preme Supreme COurt of Errors,. after two
iyears, finally ruled that the form former
er former pug must do 340 days in, jail.
Why? -Because some three years
ago, he had been loud and abusive
for five hours in the-Double Beach
House in Branford, Conn.' A wait waitress
ress waitress asked him to 'keep still; lie
demanded she bt fired. The owner
r e I II s e d. Annuntiato telephoned
some friends. Three auto loads of
his buddies arrived. They broke
the restaurant into,kindling wood,'
seriously injuring,,a customer.. ,,
A few days before that Annul:-
. slate, in a separate trial, was
fined $9700 for running man
down on the sidewalk with his
car; After hitting the fellow with
his mite, Annunxiate got out and
, hit the victim in the evil for be be,
, be, Invin he way ef, the union
man's vehicle. :
A glimmer of the national spot spotlight
light spotlight apparently never 'seeped
down into some Operating En Engineers
gineers Engineers locals or some Teamster
units, either. The McClellan Com Committee
mittee Committee exposed the dynamiting,
stink bomb throwing leadership of
the General Drivers Union in Scran
ton,' Pa. At least one of the off1-1
cials of that local is Itt Ttel
others soon will be tried. The rankand-file
have been attending meet meetings
ings meetings by the thousands.;
The indignant membershin de decided
cided decided to throw out out the "'boys."
There'S an election corning un.
The members nominated candid candidates
ates candidates against the 'men who will be
tried for violence by both the state
and Federal& But the rank-andfile
discovered that its candidates
might ,not be able to run for of office.
fice. office.
, It seems there's a' rule, about
which only the 'boys"., knew. that
says you must pay Otlr dues on or
before the-first of each month to
be able to run for office. If you.
pay on the second, you are Ineli Ineliaguiblnelefely
aguiblnelefely Ineliaguiblnelefely ovffalicatuep tvoe,ndatifelouth'relg
rule holds, IRO one will be able to
run against the "boy0 for anoth another
er another two years.
Just a couple of "incidents."
But you find them wherever you
go in the darkness

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MAN ABOUT TOWN
, Kelly and Marthat Hyor
are ho-ho-ho! Rickey Nelson (17)
has a $250,000 trust lund. He is
permitted only $10 per week allow
ace. .Rodgers ond Hammerstesi
had their first casting (last Thum)
for their next epid, "Flower Drum
Song." Now interviewing Chinese
singing actors and actresses. (How
about Japan's Mitsuko, starring
with Berle?). .W0 just learned
a-toaster' spanked us for "reveal "revealing
ing "revealing Joe' Frisco had cancer" be before
fore before he died. Our' revelation (add (added'
ed' (added' the inan) 7'scared Ple into his
graye." The source W81 Joe Fris Frisco,
co, Frisco, 'who said: "You know r have
what Damon had.'1,. Jake La LaMotta,'
Motta,' LaMotta,' ex-champ in the clink
because he,owned a grill in' which'
0 14-year-old got into mischief).
will, be' out in Miy. He will re,
marry. Iler name is Sally Carlton,
,',,p,retty ,pplo pe' rson (Ginir!,,or
lElevelandlt,!.,1Ileard in' the 'Bel
boo :Room, Of ,the, Roney ,'ylaze,
1"Isut, this great weather bay bayeverything,,,back,
everything,,,back, bayeverything,,,back, to warinal?",
1. 4Add thrills: Whining the $114.-
130 Daily Double Satdee at 'Gulf
Stream, Park! :
1 Arts Hollywood Press: Jerry
Wald (director of the Academy A Awards)
wards) Awards) blasted 4'. Sinatra for
firunning out on 'his pledge" to
livarble Academy song contender
"All the Way" at the Affair. .;
But Frank later told Jerry he had
forgotten a previous commitment
(for the same date) to accept the
Man of the Year Award from the
ISoys Town Of Italy even hi the
Waldorf. .(0, Jerry.- This is very
unfair, uncouth and ungood.)
:
Pater Windsor wonders' if they
call Airitish Alcoholics Anon y ymous:
mous: ymous: ,"Burp's Peerage. ,Si ,Sinitre's
nitre's ,Sinitre's and Keely Smith's March
24 dtiet rcording,, "How AreYou
Fixed For Love?" is by Sammy
Cahn and James Van Heusen.. A
sure winner. (Wain Joe E. Lew Lewis
is Lewis gets around to a parody Of it,
haw!). Slondiful Selene Walters
dates. a handsome Mexican ma matador
tador matador named Antonio 'Del Oliver
in Acapulco. t. Stanley Porke r,
4ho can "Go" Avith his fist, has
two stitches' over his right eye
following a sneak punch in the
Eden Roc (Miami Beach) foyer.
The other fellow got a going over
before he disappeared. Nobody
knows him or, the reason.
FOir'yi (Zanuck4 on'cowas)
has a now fella. His tool Is ,well
overdid. Ho, showers' hot with
loot. Sinaor Jack Jams (son of
AIM Janos) and Wostbury L.
socialutio Gwen James aro a mid midnitem.
nitem. midnitem. Mary Martin Is' moving
into tho Manhattan aaartmont
,h1dg.,,whero Garbo tliatioa..:,,
'Thanks. to Mr. and Mrs. Led&
Sanford, the, Duke and Duchess of
Windsoi (and all their highfaulu highfaulutire,
tire, highfaulutire, fwands) for tho large Polo
lBall they (lung Ifor the Runyon
Cancer Fund) last niaht at' the
Royal Poinciana Playhoura, palm
Beach. Forrady' and delft
carat are the skaters weariful I Identical
dentical Identical redbonnets at Rockefeller
dontcal rodboonats at Rorsalfeller
Canter several times Weakly,.
Dore Schary's also" In Look (thi
walk) thisPit with his MGM exit.
.Garbo has cut hor beautiful
hair!.
Gloria, Vanderbilt tumet
rec' suggestive letters from a
formr member of her ex- inn innband's
band's innband's orchestra. (Next ston: Lea-1
venworth). Thanka
for your prediction that My book,
'Masters of Deceit' will'be a best bestseller.
seller. bestseller. I hope for the sake of
some of out overly-naive country

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: AT LAST'
' BANGOR, Me. (UP) Ai 101,
Ames RamseY, a native of New Newfoundland,
foundland, Newfoundland, soon will realize his
fondest dream. He has been no notified
tified notified he will be admitted to the
American citizenship he was re.
fused 40 years sigo whed be lacked
the necessary papera.

Locking Him Up!

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men you are right. You have ter.," .Geist Ely and Butler MILES
tainly done your share in expos-1 They' almost swung st each other
ing these rats for what they are. (in Elmer's) because oile alleged allegedSincerely,'John
Sincerely,'John allegedSincerely,'John Edgar lloover".'.... ly refused to, move his chair so
The colyum knows a girl (26) the other could past. .Copa land landwho
who landwho OWI1S a Vegas gambling ca- lord Podell and comic tenn y
sino. She won it in a divorce. Iler Knet. The latter refers to Dr. Po Poname
name Poname is Joan Leavinson. Itu- dell (in his act) as "The Father
mor Dept: That It Y. City Vs x of JI. S. Pulle)' .The services
fares will ,be raised next August are any minute.

LI.PF,y 414 UM AILMACIL s- vtatm WM IS
leg these rats for what they are. (in Elmer's) because one alleged-I
1:05 a.m. DST. A daily watch un unSincerely,'John
Sincerely,'John unSincerely,'John Edgar lloover"...., ly refused to move his chair so, til further notice will be maintain maintainThe
The maintainThe colyum knows a girl (26) the other could past. ,: .Copa land- ed for this paper and the watch
who MIS a Vegas gambling ca- lord A Podell and comic I, e n n y must be continued each day until
sin. She won it in a divorce. Her Knet. The latter refers to Dr.10- the paper is found. If it is in time
name is Joan Leavinson. . Ru- dell (in his act), ss "The rawer for the 5:15 a.m. disaptch, it must
mor Dept: That It Y. City t'a x i of J1. S. Pulle)' .:,-. .The services be tied to a package of letter mall.
fares will ,be raised next August are any' minute. , ''' '' I: fectived after that time? it will
from a 25 cent flag-drop to ',four, -,,,, 2 ------ '- ' I be turned over to the Special dell,.
bitz..- Free advt! The many! ,,,,,,senny'l.C. V. Whitney's recent, very Section for immediate delive-.
friends Ut pretty Peggy M a.I e Y,,, wife (sh! syll is. however, in XI ry." '-,---- - I

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(onei S.tate.) plan to get eiva.y..fromt Good reeding, Senator! We wish

legal' hassling for a e at we could get even our first class
ditaarysn)ighatn'-ageIWhinecrhesilte.,airlilthe'ISartorwl",Vrt Montague, Beach (N ass ut, maiVwith equal regularity.,'
("The, Reportern Her On' neW- beatIMallee toloin her there. Note:, Beall, has been, enjoying
phone got crazy applause end bra-1. .Desilu and NTA got married this ,privilege for almost "1 hrel
vos from the east of 130'and the' just to produce the "W.' Winchell years. It began Aug. 7, 1955 and
camera crew of 62. File" the only Desilu' show to was ricendy renewed Jan. k1958.1
, inherit such wealth, .. .The gov't ,,' A ;
'Lou Waters signed Betty Ilutton now hat proot that the Cornreds1 '. EXPENSIVE T.V; LOANS
and Co. to dbut his' new rwaY infiltrated two local and five Phil- , ,,, ,
spot about. MAY .S3Thrle Ele" ly 'radio,depots with commissars 'FCC conimissioners have tried
witts(wife of the 'Milwaukee, Sea- in key technical posts."'They get' to' brush. off the "loans" ofcolori
timil's Sabbath editor) did the their orders from commy partyITV, sets' from the Radio,Corpora-1

woird g4,for, "Myr gindergarten
ro,4 Looks like a song, click!
They tittered weeks ago when' tile
colyum reported that American
gamblers,. gangstert' et I would
be' "dealt with' in Cuba.1,

Wideadones! Screen 'Torah's May The ,recerds show that on Jan.
Natalie Wood 'is 3:1951, RCA sent through "Porch
k.TR... to tn thow he was& As--1.1 --OP 11.- met- i etArall.
tu'ig0u1sidraeteb flthS e(mWe.ardotothegneTt wAomo-eri,issue tens ,why

"I"-1 --.." --- 6; he ..,astTY"'. ""o HIV 1141(41117111111 15 0, Aud I 11Aer1 mut, "Ili uusu 4-- uL m mean
ean mean headlines. to S 1 r sAvaid of marriage -. .Theilillr- ase Order No. 0S-949" for seven(
tnm''',ror advertises usthis way: "TNT: 21-inch color Tr receivers "part
. e,'TornorroW's News TOnightl".' .',. of total price of $9844.90." These
route to IlaVana tO assassinate e't he AP's flash that lir Mutate- went to the seven Federil Com Commagaanidhoest
magaanidhoest Commagaanidhoest ,is
Presidente. 4, ,TheY trapped a sun
ill(trnaeirn5idetelle;ire.C)11.,baarne n
..,, la (wife St the slain gangschief) munications Ccmmissioners. '
pect thief in Miamt,Beanh) a""1, 'Is Hiding In Canada" was hint- Approximately two months lilt lilted
ed lilted here almost' two months a g o er, Feb. 2'4 195t, RCA Service Co.
this way:' "The underworld bussisent through invoice "No. 23-923-
and down the East Coast
faonund d,d,o3w5711,,, poawsasnkkehyor,,teint r
ann as is that Mra. Albert Anastasia (wi- 028 to Radio, Corporation, of Amerihloosm-scaurpti
far as Texas. One key (we were, dow of the recently slainlang ex- ex, covering 'monthly preventative
told by, gebdarmes) Arils to our
--lecutive) has 'vanished.' i maintenance smice ... For Jan.'1,
suite at the Roney-Pleature.7 I. , -.., , t , ., .., .. ,.... , ; z

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''Dody. Goodmen't pals. hoar ilia
may, suSior being !leased
the midnight NBC show !and for,
making it 'difficult while she
coay 'deny itbut ,her,
friends reperrshe ,discussed.sime,
with lawyers...The': closet per,
son to F. Sinatra is Tony tonsil
glle,' whose' mother 'owns Sally's,
om New Haven's popular:pixie-
pl aces.' .,.Mi a mf Beach's El
Patio is a cozy ,spot after hours..1
Tony' Bennett and Frankle Lane
loft their big-hit roarks on, the k
medians hotel audiencei.
leaders here aro secretly 'planning
a May Day celebration '11, iggerl
than ever'. Advice to night'
1
club owners: Don't, puf your hooch;
Hamby the name -of your i heti
chick,ne matter, how, much' ;i in,
love you-may be with her. etiUst:
cost one owner of, a Avspub,
$5,S011.1 ; ..
invite to toy marty:,
BatrymOre and. Ty,, Power. Ar 1
tbur Godfrey. and Irv. Mansfteci.'
-.Sammy Kaye, an Artie Shaw.

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,; -Mercury, a silver.white
tallic element sometimes called
"quicksilver," has long been
used by men. Before the time
of written history, cinnabar.
mercury ore combined with.
)sulphurwas used to make red
' paints. Very early, mercury
r was used for a bright coating
ort ornaments and for medkal
purposes. The alchemists tried
many ways of mixing mercury
n with other metals to make gold.
BritaaiticapsyIgattt....
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- 0 ...am..

l WASHEIGTON The public
doesn't know it, but rfostmaster
General,oummerfiet, has au ui uiteresting
teresting uiteresting way of treating certain
pet seuators regarding we oeliv oelivery
ery oelivery of mail.
A secret order has just lieen re revealed
vealed revealed regarding the delivery of
tne Baltimore btin 10 ben. Wenn
Beall, MuYland Republican.
- Like a lot of otnee people in
these days when Summerlield has
slowed down their mail delivery,
Beall squawked. But, unlike otlies
peoPle, he 'got results.
iBeall likes to have his Baltimore
Sim delivered so he can read it
early. And when it didn't arrive
regularly and promptly. the Post
Mice Department Issued an ord-1
er officially titled, "Delay of Bal Baltimore
timore Baltimore Sun to Senator Glenn Beall
of Maryland."
The secret Post Office order spi spieifies
eifies spieifies that the specially labeled
Baltimore Sun is to be put in the
Official Pouch at 3:05 a.m. and is
to be delivered at 5:15 a.m. tied
to a package of first class letter,
If it misses this mall, it is then
to be delivered by special delive delivery
ry delivery messenger, a charge for which
Ile average taxpayer pays 30
cents. ,
, "A "daily watch" ,is even to be
posted to keep, an eye open for the
Senator's morning newspaper.
If you don't bellevO the lengths
to which Summerfield will go to
please' a Senator, here is the sec secret
ret secret text 'of the order: ,
A serious complaint has been
received fronythe office of Senat Senator
or Senator Beall of Maryland relative to
the litany delayed deliveries of his
copies of his State Edition of the
Baltimore Sun.:
, ,
"Thit Baltimore Sat, Office has
arranged to place this single-wrapped
brown paper,' yellow-labeled
copy' in the Official Pouch due at,

their orders from commy -'pailyirtr, sets' from the Radio,Corporaleadts.-The'
O-Men have' names ittort oflAmerica; bid is close scru scruof
of scruof a ,, concerned, stationt and-, so tiny of secret Congressional reports
on. O'Hara and, indicates that these sets ran into
handsome Ottavio Page (Met ten-1 quite a bit, of money. The average
or) make Romeo Salts's, their citizen 'would sure appreciate a
headquarters., .0ops, those early similar loan for his parlor,

11975 to Dec. 31, 19.57total arnot.
tx23.90." ,
In other words, the cost ani s
ice of the color TV sets 1,.r :
FCC commissioners ran to I, ,,C
,right off the bat.
Later, on April 11, 17, '11,C ,,;
sent through "Requisition No.
204 ordering 10 models at total t
mount of $5662.93," to "rellace s, r
at the following locations: Ear.-;.
MacZonnoughey, Dor.er, Hyde,
Mack." Though RCA miss,r,..
McCoimaughey's and Doerfe r's
names, this referred to six of tl.e
commissioners.
On th same date another ord,, r -,e
was put through replacing RCA
color TV seta for the commia3ioli., 4
A succession of orders r
from RCA every couple of !mutt 1
to make sure that the COMMIS3i011
ers all bad color TV sets of tha
latest type and in perfect order:
The list of-FCC personnel showt
that an the, commissioners hal
both -color and black-and whte ).
,sets, while Commissioner Lie wail
especially favored with a hi-fidelim 4
ty set in addition. Ex-Commission'4
er Mack got both's color receiver
and bLck-and-widte receiver,. a
fidelity and-ti phonograph. 7: t
NEAR EAST. NOTES
.
1 Dictator' Nasser of Egypt Is nct
,boasting that be bas Saudi Ar-
bia in his tip pocket with only tv.o
kings to go King Faisal of Irel 4
andKing ,llussein of, Jordan. a
his rule of the Arab states will be 4
'complete.- It was a year and a
half ago that John Foster Dulles ; a
and Ike rescued Nasser when he
Wig Prilletir in hnmhnrna tholt

I .2:1 ,. FAIR EXCHANGE' '',..":',
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'HOLYOKE, Mass CUP) .-11A:
change labor ,' for dental work:-
change labbt for dental wso k k:"
read a classified ad in the Hol--
yoke Transcript-Telegram. ,1 T:v.;
Roy,, who knserted the ad. got fast
resnits. A dentist needed son i
painting done and arranged to rtti,
pair Roy's ,teeth in exchange. ,.',

was cringing in a bombproof shelt
er in the suburbs of Cairo with the
tough little Israeli Army a few.
miles from the Suez Canal and V'e
British and French bombard g
Port Said. Nasser is 'now showing
his gratitude There were two
reasons for Ring Saud's virtual,'
abdication: I, fear of his life;
his tangled finances There had,:
bees two attempts onking Saud'S,,,
Jut year, one he suspected
was engineered by Ms brother',
Two weeks ago Saud Vial barito
cadea in his own palace at Riyadh:
'but even so was fearful of
sassination...
"One reason he, veered towirt.
the USA and away from Nasser a-,
flout a year ago was the fact that
American agents secured evidence
that Nasser,was plotting his as9
sassination Prince Faisti, who.
is now in'th; saddle, used the bat.o-
tle cry that Saud was Cadillac'.
playboy indulging hi lir-conditiono
ed palaces while the tountry2wetit
bankrupt, xs
' Faisal's first move will be t4,
demand more royalties from the'
Arabian-American Oil, Comoarrt,',
They'svill protest but probably in:"
crease the ante --especially since,"
both Japan-and taly have recent--
ly offered 'IS per cent instead of,A0,
per cent of the take to other Arab
countries.. :

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, FAIR EXCliAN6E'

- ecuuve) nag vamsnea.' i maintenance service x or Jail. 1,1 pair toy ,teeta excnange
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lody Goodmen't pals hoar ilvi, ,, . . .. ,
y, suo'-lor being :-leasfcl i f'. ,'' ., ,, 1 '', ''':.,, 1 -, '. , ,.,' .,,,...; :. ;,,. . .; .-- )
midnight NBC show :land fort ',, -.--7- ,.-..--- H. ,....
.: : ', 4, ,,-, . ,,, f...,,, .... ,... : :., .. 41.. l' : ,.. .. :III
king it 'difficult.while sho ,,,' is, ,, .. ;; ,,
1..' -Sho may dfony itbut tier, ; .'.','. ,
Inds repoirti,she discussed samti .;;;. P i I ''',., : :' .:, . , i :.. ,,
h lowyersTho' closot per, .., ,"1i,.:. .---" c '. ,,,,,,,,
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1 to IF, Sinatra is Tony tonsil ; ', : t -...
1, whoso' mothor 'owns Sally's, ''. ... .... ( I ,,f, I
1 te New Haven's popular, pit- ,.. ...,,, .., ,,..,.,, ',.
; !,' -. ''',,' -, it 1.' a' keti pl' easf '.1.1 re in iinnounani ; 2 ' ''''' ' ''' '. '
places,',i,Miamt, Beach's ", El i.. . ..- ', .,t :, : ,,,, ,; 1 ..- 4,, .. ., ,3, , ; ,,..,. , , 6---a
Ho is a cozy:spot after hours..1 '. ''.'.....', 1'. :.-' -,,!.... .I,, : i ,,,,,., -...7,.;,,,, ,, ....., fr : , , :- , -.,..,.... -.... : .. : ' '1
rony' Bennett and Prankla Lane
their big-hit rnarks on, the' A' '''..7, ,. '::,,,21 ', ,7, .. ', ' '': - ,,.! ..,' ..,. . , ,n ,'' ,' ' '. -,, ', ; 4
deanshotel audiencei.- 4.1bld' -,-,--:. :,,.. -,,',' ... ': .:4' i; .,-, -,,,i, 3,, '. ,. 2, , , ..,-. ,
dorshero are crony 'planning : ', a- '..''' '.'.. : ,.-- ',. ',, ....., -, :,,, :,;,2 trine special .. .,. .:.,, .,,,.. z .. t ..,,
Aay Day celebration 11b 1 0 1 it 1'1 --.' '', .:'-', -w t '.'-' .,' ...' -''. ' '-:, ., ,7:,......, .,...,',, ,,, ,.,,-..v :' 4. -,: ,' 4 :t -. ,' ,
in Vers.,. AdVico .,., to ilOhti ,:-.',, .:. ti ,. ... ,, .i ..1?,: -' -, : -;',;,..2' .H. .; : '. ', l':' '-'.' ',.,..:' ": ', .1' ; ::
b owners: Don't, put- your hooch; -- 1. ,
mot in ths name -of your i hati ', '' -:'. n epen ence m in
ck-,no rnattor. how much' ini ,' :. ..,
e you may bo with her., etiVit: .?. ', 1 ,- -2' ,' ': ,. ': '''... '. ' .' .;',',' 7 V-:: .! ' -; r ' .. ,' ,, 11 .sl L' : ',, Wall '' 2.; ',
t ono owner of, a'-,3rd Ava,,,Pub, ., :,,. r ';,' ''', '--, ,.. '. ', ,,, .....,.- :i v ;-. '. .'''':'',',. ;,''',--': .., ,,, ''. ;.,'',-. : -' -,'-..:-; '.- '', '4 ':',
Ion't invite to tiny marty:, Di-anat , -, ,,.,,,'... -, :' :. ''' ''' ', '',' : ,'; : , I ' ,' - .-.. .. 2 -. ..',.,' .,- ,.
:Tymore and Ty, Power. Ari .'...;,,;, ., ,: ,,....- , .... ,
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SammY Laye! and Artie Shawl : ,.,, .. ,, .,
rs if iTIIIIITfr 1 : This, saeciai flisht. has been' a;rtiaged te giv'e the''' best'possible ser'vic. e -to. tile ,
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repeat this performance 1 before toe urn In v.,,tg
:15anford, the, Duke end Duchess eli 11 A ols
..!- t ffi e If Yotri t 11 1 ell 11 11 res dents of', the Republic and the Canal Zone who are tnterested in attending 1 I
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' 011 uvereome watt rener nu carrying my uccura 1,1tm 1 vugqrj uv TV ',WW1 MIMI II -muff' niFinT,6 RP. 1
re it. or a o "roe o o I
:toward the door: As I made my departure I heard him whisper, pa.. onithele..e.ond,2tu tag r e vinnue,lr I
iting dif th 1 Pu 1 11..tr ,01
'4 t 1 ti ,thccelebrition of the lOth Anmyersory of Israersindependence.

ifBoy did you see those planes!,
-, g tor tallt.:C - Bell they 'lung itor the R Van
'' 'T Old Serge all. nicely paid Up. to'date.:',, If this
C F di k : , : : : 2, : 2
rule holds, no one will be-, ahle to incor Un sst at the ', - , : .' '
,,,,, Royal poincianas playhaum palm i : -; ". ' : ' "'
' I THE PANAMA CANAL .4 f. : run against the "boys13 for anut,11- ,, g
, , nisch. Lisa Forrady' and dqhrr Al'" , .! :
docarail are the skaters wea,rinct I- ' &pet
0 With the northeast winds,. the koutheast trade er two years., ,
'flu Pfttarla and west:, : Just a couple 'of 'incidents.lb
nt cal redbonnets at Rockefeller :' ,
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IBut yott find.tnem :711.7rel7r dintcal redbonwits at Itorsioh Mort 11 ;

, go in tl)ed,arkness, ,, Canter ,severel times Weekly,' 7 rft'
oelow.,,
, Arrangements for this flight, which will leave Begot6 and Paaiimd on Aoril IS
Dore Schary's oleo" in' leek ,''', jit::
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, WOilk MIN with his MDM exit. ,,,,,,,,,
''' have been-made Ihru the auspices of the', Zionist Association.of.Colombia. :

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provide ; .. '' i , 4,, .Garbo hat, cut hor beautiful b , ' ,. ', - ' -. ..
On Pleiry931 . 1 At hair!. 2.... ,,.... .;t, ,,,.. :, ,..:., .... ,1,,, ( 0. . .. ,
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. ,, 1 ti It Gloria, Vanderbilt Linnet li a s ir; -,4gli ., For complete'details visit the AVIANCA Office '' ,I,-
artried , s a.........,b0:00........" yee' suggestive letters from a
,,e' ' n or Telephone' PANA1IA 2-2956 ,,
. , former member of her ex- Jibs- ;
mole design ''' ,, 4s, band's orchestra. (Next ston: Lea- ,; -Mercury, a silver4hite me- : , s '' ,- ,., ;,', :
fA) brew , i 4 ; ,,,,,..- venworth). .Leve-letter: "Tilanks tallic element sometimes called , , s ,., 1 I
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"quicksilver," has long been I : ,.. ;,..., ...7 .
'Masters of Deceit' will'be a best- ,- used by men. Before the time ' ,
units provMe seller. I hope for the sake of :. of written history, cimiabar-. ,', s LI
lade. s some of out overly-naive countrY- mercury ore combined with '' '
many who died )sulphur--was used to make red ,
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neln cliBluaXca It iphaL : AT LAST painta. Very early, mercury
BANGOR, me. (uP) Ai 101, was used for a bright coating J.,L(
locks ,Tames Ramsey, a native of New- ort ornaments and for medkal
' foundiand, soon will reaMe his purposes. The alchemists tried ' ; '
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1. a. J. fondest dream. He has been, no- -) many ways of mixing mercury s : TIIE QLDEST AIRLINE IN THE AMERICAS
, e .11 at tified he will be admitted to the n with other metals to make told.

ALL2 'American eitieenehiP he...wee 11 PAN AIIIERICAN WORLD AIRWAYS SYS.TE3I I

. majestlz xanama I , fused 40 years tgo Whe lie lanceol-r;-v. -APulaum-a, 2, , '' I 1
' , Pat L Willian2s. the necessary naners.

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tdgings ,and othet 4eflover
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pa,per Dickinson isaid. A new
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oratory: in wood fiber and fiber
products research, Dickinson said,
in hope that answers may be found
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TOURS AFRICA s" -1'
PARIS (UP) Israeli Foielin
' Minister Mrs. Golda Meir flew
bIapk to Tel Aviv yesterday after
five week tour of' Africa'''.
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' "UNITED STATES AIR FORCE'SSCHOOL FOR LATIN AMERICA" is the tItle of the above pa nting one by John Moodie
"for the USAF Museum Program, This and 15 other Paintings, don br. members of the Society of Illustrators, are now on
!display at the Tivoli guest house. .The paintings delft the ac tivities of .the Uaribbean COMMand in,.Latin America, aad
ill be exhibited until April 4.' .1 -.0 -0,- , 1

. rbelegates to ''.. Crosareads-, BoyilDtiring' the''aftetnoeh for eit of--I'
, State continued their object les- ifices began, and elections ;were held
son in government by incorporat- in the evening. 't ...i ; 1., ;,.$: h; -, :
inr, their "town" of Lockport in- The, following candidates '. weee
td- the "city" 4 Lockport Sunday. elected:, 'COULICHMV1 k at ' large,..
P.' , Tom Cunningham, John Richard Richardson
son Richardson and Edward- Suaret; ward '2
' aste' urne councilmen, Ward One Joe Rey-v
v... , , i , nolds, Ward ., Two-, Orin -.1.,Sedler,
o NY0d Is Est. ated Ward 'Three .--4,Joe -., White ., and
0 I M Ward Four-- Louis Feliciano. Sol.,
ns Daily ly Toussieh, one of the observers
At'-2, 0 to Boys State, wet elected Mayor.
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State governor,, presided over the
nough-,wood to equal a Yearl! swearing-in ceremonies- Saturda i
, growth. 'on- nearly five:' million .a- Terry orrigan briefed
, era of ,' commetcial f timberland evening eveningcni.,
cni., eveningcni., im .6., cm,,k,.., ,,,,h ,,,,,,,. ft.,.., the audiefice on the government-

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State EState governor,- presided over the :
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'' swearing-in ceremonies Saturda ,,,,
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, era' Of ,- commercial f timberland Terry Corrigan .. briefed i ,,,
the audience on the government- i ,,
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ak activities of' Boys' State..
sawmill waste-burnerz according , ,t ., ,,,,,, ,, , 1 s ;
tort recent survey. --' .,.. ',,-',ri'' : Later that evening a -"shirt ,' '.
' Director Fred E,, Drokinson of sleeve-itonference4' was. held in ,,.,,
the Forest Proclucte Laboratory of the court-martial room bY , IA.', '''
the University of Californiahere Gov,' Hug Arnold and the presid presidsald
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tons per day or more than 1,60 mil- "Canal Zone civic CouttellseiDotV,
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Pa,Per mills, Dickinson Isaid. A neW it to Balboa Police Station, where I
, sectidn will be added to the 'lab: they were greeted by Cap, Caddis
oratory.: in' wood fiber and fiber Wall, district commander of the
products research, Dickinson saill, Canal Zone 'Police Department,'
in hope that answers may pe fou They learned' that the Canal Zone
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the Balboa jail by 'Officer le,
Hollowell.- Lt. H. O.' Hyne lectur lectured
ed lectured on the detective deparentent,
and demonstrated --the principles
of fingerprinting. -Sgt. rred Perra,'
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With Jameis J. Wadsworth stepping 'in to replace Harold..44
Stamen in the disarmament post and the continuing tlamor lot :
the removal of Secretary of Agriculture Ezra Taft 'Benson,
--:.,,--President Eisenhower bas every right to sing that old lament
about "That Old Gang of Mine."i' Only 10 of his original
lop appointees are still serving on the Eisenhower tearn. Five
'Cabinet members' suit goneCharles Wilson from Defense. ;
George trumphrey from the TreasurY, Douglas McKaF tran1

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Changos in the Ike team are shoWn in this diagram; The faces
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' HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Exclu Exclusively
sively Exclusively Yours: As the west coastl
leader of the "Sack Sack Dresses"
revolt, I've found a gorgeous re revolutionist
volutionist revolutionist named Mitzi Gaynor.
She hates 1em, too. No one is go going
ing going to catch ever-lovin' Nellie-Forbush
posing as Miss Potato Bag of
'68 at the March 19 Broadway o opening
pening opening of the movie, 'South Paci Pacific:"
fic:" Pacific:" ,
!You have to be able to look like
a boy, which I just can't look
like, to look good in those Paris
sacks," Mitzi winced.
Tesides," she laughed, 'I'd
rather have Yankee SAC appeal."
SAC?".,-,
"You know," she wide eyed it,
'appeat for the boys in the Stra Strategic
tegic Strategic Air Command." With apolo apologies,
gies, apologies, she added to all those
"There's Nothing Like a Dame"'
Navy lads in "South Pacific."
RELEASE OF THE FILM this
month is a big, BIG event for Mit Mitzi,
zi, Mitzi, the long-stemmed livin' doll of
the movie song and dance circuit
who proves herself as an actress
in the famed Rodgers-Hammerstein
drama-with-music.
'And it's nice to know that, un unVic
Vic unVic Damone who can't look et
Pier Angell in 'the arms of leading
men, Mitzi's huggy, crew-cut Jack
Bean, ;won't. be rushing out into
the lobby to escape the horror of it
, When Italian heart throb Rossa Rossano
no Rossano Brazzi takes Mitzi in his arms
in that -"Enchanted ,Evening' love
storm,Iack.told me, ,"I'll be lead leading
ing leading the cheering. Rossan is Mr.
Saint As tar as I'm concerned. I'd
trust him with anything ,includ;
ing my wife." k 1 ; ;
Mitzi's oareer gunsightr are set
now 'at light comedy, drama. But
thuckect the old "I'm con considering
sidering considering several important things"'
answer to,1- questions, about her
next giant step.,
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next giant step.,
,1 'There's nothing really new,"
she smiled 'but I'm available.'
But not in a sack dress, I'm
hanpy to renrt. 'r
A LAS VEGAS show ,.nroducer
is- after James Arness, 'Hugh O'-
Brian and James (Naverick) Garn Garner
er Garner for. an off-beat, shoot-'em-up
stage (coach?) musical this gum gumDICESMOKE?
DICESMOKE? gumDICESMOKE?

' 1,.,.4 '; t:
Bob' Crosby, by the hired
a matronly chaperon for young
'Cathy Crosby during her ,Las ,Ve ,Vegas
gas ,Vegas singing, engagement.1 But the
chaperon quit after a couple ,' of
days.,', She told Vegascribe Alan
Jarlson: "X just couldn't take thai
girl's tempey any lopger.",,
, ,
".3Vhere, are they filef:' Beihembor
Veronikit, '',glarnot
with -the peekaboo hairdo?'
now 'the" wife of songwriter Joe
McCarthy.1 living in"Saratola,, and
saying: "I, finallf found the role
I've been looking for all these Oars
wife." Wife, III, she should 'have
mentioned., She bad two unhappy
Movietown marriages.
Sign 'of th timeS note: 'Mathe:.
males," will be a forthcoming fea,
ture on the 'Disneyland' TV' se,.
ries. ,
NEW FILM, 'Stakeout on Done
Street,' "during" Yale 'Wexler,
Jonathan Haze, Morris Miller,,Ab Miller,,Abby
by Miller,,Abby Dalton and Align Kramer: points
up the teasons why' film titles are
so important these days., With,
those "star" names on a marquee,
theater owners ma y even be say saying.
ing. saying. "Come home, Sonny, Tufts all
forgiven.":,
Not to mention, this true story
aboufg major studio producer who
,called his presS agent the other
dav and enthused:
I just sighed. a famous ,leading
man for my next film. He's appear appeared
ed appeared in hundreds of big Tv, shows
and in a couple of Broadway plays.
Let's4go to town on a big story."
"Great,' said the press agent,
,
'(What's his name.
'There was a moment of ailence,
and then the producer., gulped:
"Just 'a, minute. I've forgotten
it. Hold on. I'll ask my secretary.,"

BOSTON (UP) --4.'As a dentist,
Dr, Jose Ai Correa is an expert at
filling cavaties. So it isn't surpris surprising
ing surprising that he has 'come'up with a
novel proposal for getting 10 auto automobiles
mobiles automobiles into sidewalk ,parking
spaces designed tri accommodate
4 eill)lt cars. ,-
Currei said that if his "SIM "SIMplex
plex "SIMplex tandem parking system" were
adopted, 25 per cent more, cars
could he parked in a' given city in
the same space..
It's a sort of bumper-to-bumper
parldng system., Cars are parked
,so that a space for entering and
leaving ,the parking slot s provid provided
ed provided only softer 'each second car in instead
stead instead ef eachucar having its min
entering and leaving space
'"For example," said Dr. Currea,
'In a row of 10 cars, cars one and
two rould be parked btunper to tobumper,
bumper, tobumper, with car two'l frontibump
er against car one's rear bumper.
A SPIkee ot five feet for entering
and leaving is then provided. Then
Cars' three and four; 'are parked
rear bumper to pont bumper -respective'y.
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"Thus air one will lust pull
straight out,into traffic or back
straight in and cars two and three
will -use the same ,entering and
leaving space and so Gn down the
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Dr, Curriti said that under his
System 10 cars could be parked a along
long along a 200-foot 'stretch of curb, Of
the 200 feet, 170 feet would be,dev be,devoted
oted be,devoted to actual accommodation of
the cars, 2,0 .feet would provide
four-torn-out. and turn-in sPaces
between -cars, and the remaining
10 feet would provide five feet of
unused corner protection space at
each' end of the street.

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I TODAY'S h?d is a lay-down, for
four hearts ut. South happens to
have a perfectly normal opening
no-trumpbid and ne one Can real really
ly really critize North's ,Jump to the no notrump'
trump' notrump' game. He held a balanc balanced'
ed' balanced' hand with 'nine points and two
tens. , o
If West had opened a spade there
would be no story. Declarer would
just have gone down one trick.1
However, the club' lead seemed'
more attractive and West. led, the
four spot of that suit.; ,
South hopped up with dummy's
queen and led the queen of hearts.
West took the king and shifted to
the deuce of spades, East's jack
forced declarer's king and now
declarer led a diamond..,:
East won iwith the see lind' re-1
ttirned a club.r'South won' lir his
hand luoCknocked 'out the ace of!
heart$,- winding uP making four,
no-trump.' ,
West claimed', that' East should
have 'played e spade, when, 'he was
with,' the ace,' of diamonds-An
which case.,,declarer would have
gone ddom just at if the spade4had
-been ropened r
Assuming' both' West and SOuth
tti' be:good. players, there is ; no
qUestion but that East was at fault.,
South was marked "with ,exactly;
three 'clubs.'If the remaining:two
were .'the' ace and, jack he would 1
not have gone up with 'the ,queen
on the opening lead. If 'they were,
the ace and king,the club suit wits
hopeless. Anythuig else and West:
could have ,continued cluht hitn.1
Then Wes't we's marked 'with the
ten of spades. Without that card
West would have led hit top, spade,
not his, lowest.. Hence, the spade
return would surely establish two
spade tricks....

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patched up their long:estranged
life, and an agent now is offering
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bid Is clearly indicated and youri
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!TODAY'S (RIESZ' dB'
' Your' partner. continues with a'
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P ' ' HOLLYWOOD (NEA) -'Exclu- Edward Robinson and Son
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', ,' td- the ,!Icity" o Lockport Sunday, elected:,-;:touncilmen, at .;':.' largei,': V:i.,,.,'" ,:......:',.,:'...:...;.,:,.,::.,y.,....,..,:.,:. next glant step.,
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' special counsel Secretary flat to Adams ,I 4 . ... .. . ., .. ... 4... .- , .. ,so that a space for. eotering and ..., ,... ,., .,. ., : ,. , ... .. .., . , ... ,......., ..... .,.... .. ..., .,.. 4.4... ,...., .; ..,.. 4... ., ..,, ,: .....,. ,
t ' ,- .. ., -1. , .-- '- ,,, 4 '...; ,,, '.. : '' t : ;': .; -. ''.,: leaving the parking slot is 'provid- ,.',,. ,.:,. 4 ......4,e..,......,,,.... ,... .......':, ....,,,,,..,..,.; :, ..,... ..,
il s .. ,.-.., -,..,. -: ., -.. .-. ., ,..,-, , .. .,-, ., -,:; ', ,..., :. ...i :'". -. , I, ., ,... .: 1 4. ,,,,,..., .,-...,-. ,. .' ed lardy...after 'each second ear in, ,.':. i.'...:;', "'.....,'.;" 3,:-,.. ";" i,. "-. .,...-;
- ,, : 1 '. -. : .! .., ". ''k -- "-:-,' .' .,- '-' ''' "" "' ' .'- 1,-; stead of eachuear having its oiin ...... 'F',-, I'''''''''' '''''''''; ":',"'-.1 ''',',' '' ', k i '. ' '.: ,:. ''' f-''' :''' ."- .",' -' '' ..
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,: 0 lo. , .. ,. . ,., ,,, 's !".For example," said Dr., Curree, .. ,.:. :.: ., ...: ,... ,. .' i.:,' ,......,..., .. ...,,.' t' .; :.,,,-..,:.... .". Il .... ,-s- .." '; ..,.......,..,. :,,: ., ...i. ....,;,, ..; ::: .. ..,
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State Interior Treasurt, '.-, Justice '-7T'l Defense --, Post Offke, Agriculture ammercit,' Lahore,' W II
- .--are -: two Would be' parked kiunper ,- to. "...,.' Y, f...;'..':'..'.- :,',i'....' s"r ,-. '1,: k .; .- I.-. an ags.-. ,..,......).' -,.....,...,. .,. ,. :
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, fol.. N ::''''"'' .. ,...... , 1... ,..'. A, space ot five feet for entering ..,...
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1 ,, i () ' ,..-... ,' :4.i'''''.4"' "' '''' '"'''','..''' .'.' :.. THE EASTER HOLIDAY ,,....- .1.--'' .. f'. i .'
(ill; rrq ,) ), '- i .14. rear' buniper to front, bum er .re.
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a- lopi ., ,1 straight out iinto traffic or back ,."' ,' .. .:1., ..,. .:,. "'.. '. i..., ". :: .'... ",,,' ,'i '"-'i-", ,,.--'.i 'i i.,, -'' , ..' :
; : ' 1:"11PCZTER .' FRED A.-, .; ROBERT ,is ,,WILLIAm P ,,, NEIL, ', ' ARTHUR E. -,,,,. EZTIA T.,';,,,,.. 1, SINCLAIR i, ,,- 'JAMES .1 .;,,.,... MAR .,.
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1 '': ',icretary ' Secretary', secretary -, i',,,Atternee i';', Secretary :-,.., -',Postreaster, fScoretary,,i ',-;Secretary 4.,,,, T:Seeretary ,,''
A s- .1' ht in and ea s two nd three ;' ''' --- '''.'' 'I '-''' '' '' '''''" : ..'":: ' - ' ..:-
','", 80,934 ,.., -;.... will -use the -, same entering and : .: :,, ..,...,..,.. .. '' ::". '.., ,, ..,-:i....,..r,,i.., .. 4 ... .. '...... ".,. i'-z;."; : .. ,
e and tio,Gn tiewe ,the , ,", '.' .."4",' ..,',,,-'.'.'" -;:;' ,'' .'; ';'!, ': '.....,:'-,':' ',. .' "' ''' ' ' 11 '' ' i
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e ' -e ,, ', ' : '. ' 4 '. r ' ' ' r ' ' ' .4...;: :' Dr..,Unrred said 'that ender his '. 7 -,.,..'..', :::: "" ; 7., .; ;,. i'.., L...' ,. ', :' .. .. ".'-,- ) k i ''' '',. : ''
1 '' : .. N,C 7':LY 1 0 RMA1N OF ,,IITHAT OLD OANds! OF IKE'S,.. -:.-', Toteriot,;,Herbert BrOvmell freiri' juStice,, Martin -Durkin fr,om.. 4,..... System 10 ears ,could beparkeI a- 1 ,-.',,,'' ''..-'. :., ',.', '., -,.......,..,..,1", -, ,',':. .-:- ,,," '':.''' ';,'.. i..; I -,-...?:, :., :..!.; ,:,f. ,., .4 ''. 4 '''-, , ,,1 7. i ': '
: .. -. li "With James. J., Wadsworth stepping 'M to 'replace Harold!.,''. Iliborand Mra."Oveta' Culp 'llobby from Welfare. .,, ACtuallY," .. long a 200-foot stretch of curb. Of 1 7,1. .''i-,'-',:ei----''"', ''''. '-'. ?; ''''' '.. ; '2-?' '- ' i i '";'"' i': '' I ', ;; .... ...
' I, Etassen in the disarmament post and the continuing tlaMor frit ,..Mrs, Hobby started out as federal security director but Mcived' ',!.:, ::: the 200 feet, 170 feet would be, dev- ,, ,-' ;,":.'-.' 4:' : -',; r-, -,'-', ', ," j ;,,-:,... ',...' -!..' .. .-;.' i : : (-7-, ?., t) r -, , ' t
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' the removal of secretary of Agriculture.' Ezra Taft' Benson,,..1ht0 the Cabinet ,when the.'Welltire Department was created.?. .. 0 oted 'to actual accoinmodatioa .of I .,, ''' ,' .' -;',: ..." '.;'.. ', '!.: :,',...., ,,.,,j,- ;','... ', .-,-' ..,, "... i ., : ;. al t ro) I ' '' ''
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the ears; 20 feet would :provide ,,''',''-'.."'.....'...,..., .1.."',.-.,'"...,":, '....!. ,-'''.' ,. .-, ::.").'.'"'' -: ,.,,',,1.. '.'. :.''' ,,;' ..':: '. ""'.:- ., I. ,,..,. '.0.' ) '".. i .,, '',
' ----:-N-0----a'resident Eisenhower bas every right to Sing that old lament ;,;',,,Changes in the Ike team are shoWn in this 'diagram; The faces ,.'.''s.,
0 :-:. -- ,about "That Old' Gang of Mine.t'i'' OnlY 10 of his original 2) et the old Ike men-:-'-whe started twertIcewith-the,,President--,.....,.. four-turn-out ;And turn-in spat
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I, ', '''. -: tot) aPpointees are still serving on the Eisephower,teent rive ,'",11.ve years egoi-are shown in sketches-2- ,The newer members .., '. between ,cars,' and the remainipg ,.1..,,,..: ,. ,., ., ... ... :.-,t,. .,,:. : .: .. : . ,.... ..
.1' .. Cabinet members' airt gone-Charles Wilson from Defense., ; Of the Eisenhower tero are'shown lit photographs. ,There are ...,.., 7. 10 feet.' would provide:five feet of ',, ,...,-....... '''';-:' ,.'-' -: ,.;,:i '.,!.' ''''.''',''....-:'.....,''''''--''':'-: 4;! ;'' i ':...": OkkhlitioA'-'4' dotN"''.';- ' '1 ',' '-
unused corner protectiou :space at I : ; : ". .., ,-, 7... 4. 4'. ; ....I:, ..: ''' 1' ''. ..; ., ,. : . .., l ''
1 George tiumphrey from the Treasury Douglas McKay trent 11 of these.' ':. ',-!' --'- '''''''' 0 ', '':''' '',, ''', '.. ' !'''',' '' ''''' ' -' ' '
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GO'VERNOR AND MRS. WILLIAM E. POTTER
INTERTAIN FOR ARMY SECRETARY AND PARTY
, Gov. and Mrs. William E. Potter entertained at rteep-,
tion yesterday from 6 to S p.M. on the. patio of the !Tivoli
Guest House. - ,
, Honored guests' were Seeretitry 'of The Army ,Wilher 11.'-
Brucker and Mrs: Rruokar,'Assistant.Seerttary of the Army-
Hugh M. Milton II and Mrs. Milton. "( :
The visiling dignitaries left today following a three day
visit to the Isthmus. -- -- ,
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tor N.. Ju was 'host to' trie
delegates to the 2nd Conference
of the Consulting Committee on
Primary Education in Latin 'A 'America,at
merica,at 'America,at a cocktail party held
at the Dillon Club yesterday.
Harnett & Dunn's Jamboree
Frovided Fun For All
Harnett & Dunn's first Jam Jamiboree
iboree Jamiboree for this year was an un unusually
usually unusually active one with more
games arid new dancet
troduced. The new.party Zarp.:es
"The' StrolP and "The Hop"

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British Ambassador AmbassadorEntertains'
Entertains' AmbassadorEntertains' At 'Dinner ,,
, The British Ambasbador and
, Lady Henderson ,viere hosts at
a dinner party at the British
Lmbassy last evening. Guests
Included: H. E. Admiral Enri Enrique
que Enrique Lagreze Echavarria, Chilean,
Ambassador; T. E. the Brazilian
Ambassador and Madame Fra FraLoso;
Loso; FraLoso; 'LE the Arger tine Are:2s Are:2ssador
sador Are:2ssador and Madame Allperin;
E. Count von Pappenheim, Ger German
man German Minister; Mr. ',- and Mrs.
Guillermo Andreve: Mrs. Leslie

Bower.;Mrs.:Amold; anct Mr. proved very,. :successful and the

- Terrence Ford.
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' UNESCO Head To :: ;,
Entertain Foe yisitors
Dr. Malcolm S. Adiseshlah,
i sub-director r----i of UNEciC0
1 will be host this evening from
6:30 to 8:30 at a reception on
the -roof garden of the Hotel In In1
1 In1 ternational. The affair will be
'1 in honor of the delegates to tbe
I Conference of the Consulting
,' Committee on Primary Educa Educa'
' Educa' Hon '
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i Miso,Maphis Leaves
Por Stateside Visit
1
. Miss Marguerite Maphis of
I'neon left last night by plane
1' fOr a three month's visit ir. ele
'United States. She will go nrst
,, 'to El PRAO, Texas,' where she
1 Will visit her son and'danghter and'danghter,
, and'danghter, in-lavr, and ,later to New Baverk,
1 Conn.,',whert she will visit her
.1 daughter 'anti son-in-lawN.
1 r,- ',- ',,-'.-!--; 'j ''''
- Vacationing In ', -',, ;'' I
Santa, ,Clara ., , ',
Mr, and Mrs,.'llobet ., Bowen
and daughter Ann left vesterdem
k to snend the balande orthe we0t1
tat santa Clara.. .),4 ,,,
i, Minister of lEdutatien
I Host ,To Visitint Delegation
, Th4Minister of Educatitn Viv

guests wanted -several repeti repetitions
tions repetitions of theta. The new elimina elimination
tion elimination dance called "The Blitz"
and "Pass The Ball", were quite
exciting arfd the luckv winners
really earned their prize.
Harnert Dunn entertained
with several Of their new mini minibers,
bers, minibers, which they plan to dO
shortly on a TV show where
they will RISO' fitture some, of
Students.

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Trophy wipners 'tor the Jit Jitterbug
terbug Jitterbug and 'Bop (intermediate
(Inas) were Charlene Bishop and
tinrdon Boswell, pale Searle and
'Slay :Burda: For the beginners
class in the Jitterbug, medals
were won by Phyllis( Chase and
Lou Engelke. For the interme intermediate
diate intermediate clas in the ,Fox-trot :the
lucky r winners were .Pranda
Barnhouse anti Maidohnn Whet,
ler.;Susan Brigman and Ricky
Selby.", These couples received
medals for their very line work
in displaying rhythm, dance Po Position,
sition, Position, variation of stens and
pulse, Nadine', Hanlin and Den Dennis
nis Dennis Denning ,won the prize tor'
the,best couple in, VI betNinnerp,
foxArotcontest.'' The Alitficult
job 4O,f" judgink- these contest5I
'WaS ibly handled bv.Mrs snd
Mrs, Mann'. and Viss Dorothy
'Hannigan.

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Junior hosts and hostesses
who were In the receiving' line
to greet their guests and 'friends
were Brenda Barnhouse, Tommy
Sheoperd, 'pale Searle,,, Richard
'Selby, Nadine- RanIhr and ',Alr
!red Chase.'
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TNA7:.t A7:tr:IcAN AN InIrrrryr PAILY 7:7

Atlaiitieside Newcomers -,
Elect Officers
Officers to serve the Atlantic,-
side Newcomers Club. for the
next six. months wero-electcd at
its recent meeting held at the
Ft. Gulick Service Club.' f
Elected president Vas, Mr.
Ban Duree, 1st vice-pres. Mrs.
Fulton Lesovsky,'
Mrs. Richard McClean, secretary,
Mrs. Charles Perry, and, treas treastarer,
tarer, treastarer, Mrs. John Borgstrom.-
; Mrs, -John Blennerhassett
spoke on composition and paint painting
ing painting from an artists point of view.'
Singing and music by LathvA LathvAmerican
merican LathvAmerican student3 was...alsh lea leatured..
tured.. leatured..
- MeMbers prseent-t were. Mes Mesdames
dames Mesdames Eugene Badger,., Rudy;
Best, E.-, J. Berger, John Borg-t
tytrom, Kenneth Bukowski, Car Carroll
roll Carroll Chaphe, Alton Crawley, Van
Crichfield: -, Rodger Raugherty,
Ben Duree, Thomas thibe,
:ames Frazier, William Darner.
Carney Hartley, John ',Hulka,
Willie .Ingram, Harold 'Jones,
Georgi Magazin, Richard Mc McClean,
Clean, McClean, Ronald Moore, Charles
Perry, J, R. Roane, -Jay Russell,
John Seibert; 1,! Kenneth Shelly,
Frank Stadelman. Charles. WilT
'Hams, Benjamin Valdez' and An Anthony
thony Anthony Bars!, i,;;

Surprise Shower
Mrs. Dora Was -bostes
at a surprise, miscellaneous
bride'. shower-recently' in honor
of Mrs. Jerry.L, the for former
mer former Mis,s Alice Ann Thomas,
aqui' WaS married on Jan.'.
T-he surprise of --the-, evening
for- Mrs. 01011 was' to 'find her
mother, Mrs. ,Charies .W.Thornas,
among the -.guests: Mrs.-Thomas
had 'arrived' for the,'ishower a
fewlhoura earlier ,',frOm--Miami,
Pla. She plans- to-orernabi ion-the
Isthmus,- where she,: will'..be the
house vilest 'of 'AUL.

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,, This' girl noes a French per:.
' tome' rot ,sprIng that's. a 'bleed
' or rose and jasmine. It's so
,',,,,, highly tosteatrated that a sit-
tie drop ,taMs rot hours.,

CRASH KILLS-FOUR
FORT SMITH,' Ark., -(1110)
Four persons ,ware killect. today
near here when their. car struck
a bridge abutment, sailed 87 feet
through the, air and came ,to rest
on its side. ' ' t
Po Ike ; Captr-Ernesrifoward
said the car traveled about 2,050
feet after hitting the abutment on
U.S. highway 71. ,

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BUTCH CUB A BUTCHOf le
of Barber George Wood's favorite customers is Butch, a,45.
' pound Boxer who lookstforward to a haircut with almost as much anticipation as to a good steak.'
),It all started, when Bukhoecompanied George to his barbershop on Colsburgh's north side one-.
day. ting the empty ,chiirs, the big dog leaped into one, sat down and waited for something
to happen. Going along with the gag, George placed a bib around Butch's neck and proceeded
,-- to give him a trint. Notk Butch shows up regularly, waits his turn and gets, his trim. As cus custowers
towers custowers go, George says Butch is a dream. Ile neVer coMplains; never talks the barber to death,
, and never steals the latest magazinest :

The folloWing weather conditions Fogs': Nighttime and early-morn.
are based On past k records and Ing togs 11111Y be expected occasion.
may. be expected to occur in the rally over the Gal.lard Cut section
ranat Ziana and vicinity ituring A-1 of thd Canal and central sedion

. '. ..' i y ,. -- s. .,-.! : ,ine iouowing wcamer eoiliuuw,.1.
Berns-Munre --Nuptials. '-' '-',',' I:- are.' based On past t records ind I
solomnisod,, ... ; ?.:,- ,'',,",-- :..,. : may' be expected teeccur- in the .1
'Announcenient. has .be and vicinity -during A- 1
.
eci berezrof the marriage ,i'ol.,Miss P , ..,,
u be chan e :
Elizabith',Ann Mourn. daughter ,of Weather: Tnere wi s g
eiCreeely'- Canal Zone
Mr, and ,Mrs;.-114ward Mtinro .-, of oward rainy-season conditions dur- 1
In the' latter half of 'the month 1
Almon, te IlltItietitird C. Burns :-of g
with, a general- decrease in wind i
LlIng Ileathr alf.".: ''' 4."'''. :,,' movement an increase in humidi humidi,
, humidi, The to,m-o were ittarrieu- in me
, I d consequent uncomfortable,
First' Methodi:ii .Chtirel,',.ritt .: Long
Beieui va:. t. ee.,40,:otutore,..eueirg muggy weat er. ,
The average rainfall for'April.in
their hove 'fliers,: Mr...Berns is as. 2.63 inches at Balboa ileights,299
sociated iWith, ti.e I'actoty,, bum. inches 'at Madden Dam, and 4.06
!lir !tsilt, ittIt, .'nt-',. .:-': 1,,-,..:f4,.. a ',.'. inches at Cristobal.: -- '', -
s,oc;-4.11!-Ii ,.,.,-,..., --,,T:,.,,,, :.....,.,f, .,,..A, ,...-:,-E:. Humidity; Relative ''. humidity
will increase- considerably during
Marina surtau' Nelda ''.' 4ir ... the, latter ball ,of -the moirthi The
A,n11,.."! Gtlagethst.,L..:,1 ',',.1 average for the month ir bout 77
kr .440ift and mras. w.i ri:,,.,; P0114; IA. Dot cent, flistatinOS,,N, '' 4 Ai
I
dOV; ind Mrs. ,Ilugh.'M..,-.Arnold T etsmidc',orwil; nshinit 0 udinese
and Capt. and Mrs.W.:S. Rodieinti will increase as' the rainy season
headed the list .of 'guests 'wile en- approaches1,-Thereswill be an iiv-',
joyed a nautical. evenincat the Ti- erage Ot about,,, hours Of Sunshine
voli, Guest House Friday m.a.i g h t daily or 60' per cent el the amount 1
.
when. Marine ; 4ureali:,, employes possible., . ., , I
gave 'Ittpic', moil 1"Get-logether ... .. .
Eultvtamment i a s urnishe
,
I Par' . '''. 'iv "f' 'd i Litigants in -:: Chu.'
during the evening by ..aii., all-star
cast headed by.. Raffle' .11,3 i talk-, ,' : -, ,- :' ., t.5 ,
.ing mynah bird owndby Mrs.,-Zet- F1 ,
ta Wells, leCtiu el- and 'author 'and ayed ,,By. ,N ew It
widow of the fabled explorer,' tat- .... ,. , , .,, ., ,
veth Wells..0thers on the program" .., ,...., ,,,, -. ... .S ..'
included the- Wilder 'Twiria,1 Caleb :, .., A ; ,- ,,,, ,, 77-, 0
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Clement; and, 'George drittgerald, NEW' YORK. .(UP) Federal
who- acted as Masterof !certain !certainflies.
flies. !certainflies. The Wilder twins were,pre- Judge Archie ,O. DeWs011- today
assailed. the litigants- for lot liv livsented
sented livsented with;,.gold,recordslit com commemoration
memoration commemoration .of pelt excellent Anu- ing' vp to "high -.Christian. prin.
ciples'", in. hit denial of a motion
!kat numbers. and Caleb ,Clement to dismiss a suit seeldng to void
received a special ,"Osear",.;as ,the a-- compaCt. 7 which :-- created ,,,, the
best comedian, of the;year.,,', ,,, '., United Church et Christ. ..-,,,.
, Contributing to the enjoYment :Of The judge made lt clear thit he
the ,PartY Were the. LaVinta cock cocktails
tails cocktails furnished by National;Distil- issifes 'involved inlhe litigation,
'Wen not passing' on the principal
lers and the leHowing door ,prizes as. they Could not 'be determined
generously-Ailen by bueiniss 'es- on a. mtion bid must await trial
tablishments in Panama:,, ..' I, "It Is-unfortunate that members
. Twoi..rouncr trip. tickets to -, Sim .and Church ministers Who purport
'Jose, Costa Rica, COPA; four Sun- to, sbide by Christian. principles
day night buffet 'dinners:. at the Ti- should be engaged. in 'this long
volt Guest liouse, two -dinners in and, expenSive litigation,".. the
the Bell Vista; Room, El Panama judge wrpte. ', -. : , -,,,,
Hilton; one three-tainute telephone Dawson pointed out that' the
cill anywhere i'l 'the 1LS-0:Tropical essealready has passed through
Radio; tine 'silver Condiment set, -ve
ii years of legal entanglement
Casa, Fastlich; one Chinese figur- in the New York state' eourts at
ine, Salomon's;-ohe cut-glass Vase,- a cost of a half million dollars
Shaws; one casting ,rod,';Aberna- and that vial), years and, more
thy; one NardleyL-tollet-let, Felix money would be spent if the case
Maduro; one bottle MisCDior Eau were. p u r s u e d in ,..the federal
di Cologne, llottas; one '.,, silver courts. .. ., . ,,.,
tray, Mercuric); one.dirovraie 'cam- , .. ..., ..., ,
-- ... ,

toward rainy-season conditions dtir-I likely to, occur at either ,of the

owara ratny-season conamuns our-1 nicety. uccur euqur ,,xn. .L1

Wig..-it;e-lit-iei:Jalf -of 'the. month! anit entrances..Ilost of the.fogs

1
Muggy weather. - ; .' average velocity of about 13 miles!
The average rainfall for Aprit,in ,per hour will prevail on the Atian Atian2.63
2.63 Atian2.63 ihches at Balboa Heights,.2.99 tie side. The Pacific side will have
inches 'at Madden Dam, and 4.06 northwest winds predominating
inches at Cristobal. -- ,- with an average speed of shout, 9
Humidity; Belative '''' humidity miles per hour. Maximum veloci,
will increase' Considerably during ties greater than 35 miles per hour
the, latter halt -of 4he menilli The are not !lottely to occur, on either
1
average for the month ir rout 77 coast.' A --t, t ,' Vt, ,A i
pet, cent uktillistatioss p,, 4 Ai, ,.,--'i: li :IA' L : ;::, ., 4 '4:,,
Cleudd:erml; oshini: 0 udlness The one geherally severe. stotnil
Will intrease as the rainy season on record occurred Ton April 3-5;
approachesl-Thereswill be an tv-! 1915, when a maximum wind velo veloerage
erage veloerage tit aboutt, hours of Sunshine -city of 37, miles per hour was ree
daily or 60 per tent of the amount 1 orded, High winds, heavytains argil
possible.' : !rough seas lasted for three days..

'',,..!sitig.'nt's' 2,1 il...:',..:..C11.6i.ih'..:,.,..C60.t(0.i.0.s.
F1,ii,,-.4,Ai-,.,0,.I.r..k,:,FO.d0.i'..0j !)0d4

motions tti distniss
grounds ot lack till
, Dawson said he as!
diction because the p
volved hy-the )sult 'ha
New ;York.

'shall be able to,judge between his
---.,,..6 04.64 .1,10 1101 one tnat
attachmint;:,Ko. 7' inimediately '. Challenged : ..:
de ra ak- ; s.
d-, -. : , .brethern.,'-,..' ,,, ..... .z....,..., ,...,,i,....
ers Tahiti, budi ll overe4ht balisi .:In June 1957 .the tiniting- Gen. : r,..f .B.
'etonwei?ablidaleand flOwer hol .,
u brelher goeth to lavirwith
Pan 'American Mori& 'Airway& ,,, ,, eral S y n 6 d? .,composed of the brother and that before the un-'
stia n 'are 'utterly. at'
' ''' ' E v a n g e lie:al and'.Reformed 'believer. : -. -: ...,.,..,-;:,.
,. ,
gs to law,7otte 'with
' t i. -- '' ...:.,,', II Church, ahe : General Councit,of ,, ''Now,' therefore, t h e '1;6 you
,- PirrTrof7,7' 7,1r:7"'I'f7:''''' ';,! .-the Congregational C b ri fault among : you
;V:,'", '.:::.'r,' ::4, .::. 4.i,.
,,,,:f:,I.r::,,,,e,,,,,,- ,::,,, ?;
T if.:$:::::',::' :'::: :'''::4:'''' '..
:."1 Churthest, and American Board of becaus& you
::, Commissioners, for, Foreign' Mis- :another, why, tio. ye ;not rather
. ;0,,,...i,,,,..:.,F;;.,,: -,i,.:::
Az
. ilions formed the United Church. 'tali', wronv : ,: :
ofChrist; '::,;,,,.?, ,,,- ; ,,, ,,, ,-...,,,..r ,,,,, ,
. :;::::..,:,.2 ,,..:'.;.:::::::::'
'x:q,ii:::,1,w:,.4'.1'.:4, .,, This, unificatoiromn ,odf ethheu- rEchvainwgiet'h- IS.TpATcloOsNIAB, LcAySpTrEusD: (..u' p-i.,...: voiic,e
: :;,.:.:::i 4,,;,t1:::.,!:'..'
'i,i,i,:!!',:4:4::,',.;:),'
,
,
, the. General CountiL.was imme- yesterday 'launched an inVestiga inVestigaCongregational,
Congregational, inVestigaCongregational, Churches. of .11,ur .11,ur',,
',, .11,ur',, I fair Church of Toledo,T 011ie, 7 ., ,..ed :in' abandoned 'government trail traile.k;:::t:',.',?.:;i:4.?..:,
e.k;:::t:',.',?.:;i:4.?..:, traile.k;:::t:',.',?.:;i:4.?..:, ,:,q.,4,....,....::::3:',::,,,,; tion of. two exnlosionst hatdamag.;:
;t7,wa Station In Nicosia last ni lit
,.,. .., :..,iii diwl ell naaagitutt'wollynal,,t,:ishi:011:11e :wan; tg,sel. dr 0, a.fibiltyida, etih,h,eelti, mrcianrys. , , , . , 4
"'1:4 4,,...
k:.; ;-;e11 RIV.I. Itntil' ha 0 el I n n use hrnnoilt A ; ; ,.

,Until: the setio p.was,brought A 0
to- ,lederal ,rourt k the oPPosleg!', LO C
,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,...
.,.,,.
groups had adjudicated 'the Mat-i k
ter in state courts, wbieh did not! I
interfere' with the formation of'
the yiew ilnited thureh, Last Julyi
the defendants filed federal eourt

wompFA

I

..... emsfink two am amp mg"

;111ritil;11' TAIn'tim

ii-7',. !kW. Imit:dollilittull ::,:

form around midnight and dissfp,
ate before 8:30 cm.,
, Winds; Northerly 'winds of :ad
average velocity of about 13 milec
,per hour will prevail on the Mien.
tic side. The Pacific side will have
northwest winds predominating
with an average speed of about, 9
miles per hour. Maximum veloci-
ties greater than 35 miles per hour
are not !lottely to occur, oo either
coast.'

- ',I.Christian Charity
would seem to a Christiair;
layman 4, that-di those involved,
won& use more Christian 'chafity
And understanding it would
possible for them as men of good,
will actuated by high principles
to, adjust their 'oiLerences so that
their time and money. might
devoted to the promotioh oi Chrisl
tianity rather than to ,the main,
tenance of a,crimonious and ex,,
pensive litigation,u, Dawson wrotei
The court 'concluded its -opinion
with a quotation from St. Paul in
his epistile to, the Corinthians! .;
41 'Dare' any of you, having a
matter against another, go to
law before the unjust and not be,
fore the saints. 4
speak to you your shame,
Is it so that 4here is not wise
1 man among you? No mot one that
'shall be able to judge between his
brethern.
t' 'But brnther goeth to last.", with
brother and that before the un unbeliever.
believer. unbeliever. -
- "Now, therefore, there you
'are utterly at' fault among you
because4 you go to law,7otte 'with

1 4- 355,1.
i i I.
, ; Mom Uses Mexono On Altel :lemaAlicJ
16: x, I Mexana Prevented diaper rash in over TO
if 'Acts 1' .zi

' Mom Uses Mexono On Met MetMenu
Menu MetMenu prevented diaper rash in over
f 95 of hospital cases tested,t No ordi ordi,
, ordi, nary pOwder, it's medicated, antiseptic,
f has absorbent cornstarch base. Clings
;lose, prevents heat rash, chafe. too.
Llse after every change. '" h'
t 4 pm:
!
MED1CATE,D POWDER

1 i as absorbent cornstarch base. Clines '!
I -, Ay tratira-ntc-u"ucura:' i 1111rY POwder, it's medicated; antiseptic, :, ;,
II:, cotittoi ,, Todaorletnuant don otantisinspduee commander' during ,,the occup,
tion Of lipid,' was lb 'famous
I i close, prevents hest rash, ebafe..t00 ..: to be included in Japan's ne
I 4:..;. 0,11 : (fiewhiors.,,, I i Llse after every change.-- .... -' - -.,
1.. ph.eas); ictope ths, 1 ii dEdifil pjil..,' English-language- "who's- who,
i I' p t 7 the editor of the publication sa,
1. f skis fresh and sweet. : l'
- Soothes ,:, minima,' i .6
''MED1CATE,D POWDER t Editor v publisher Togo Smel:
, yesterday..., ,. ,,-, ,' ',
t said 'he had othitted. MacArthur
11..' Prevents, relieves I
biography....because,....,31e...le,
i, .. best and diaper rialt",!I'Medicated Mesans Skin cream helps hear'', '"',
I ,, ,; foot initauma Buy! I 1 detergent hands, Its pink lanolin softens famous he can easily be looltt
16 olaplionni, "us 0;6 .1.1 Pm ems ono moo ea drY Pitched ikin ' ' Sfit '.. Up in many other r a f qr e n o
' A books." . ,, ..'

Don't say it
The mean little dig that it hid hidden
den hidden in a phony compliment. The
"piece of your mind", you are
tempted to give someone who ir irritates
ritates irritates or inconveniences- yotr,
The' juicy bit of scandal you Can
either keep 10 yourself of pass a along
long along to become more malicious
the farther it travels.

ISeven 'Words Of' the cross. Differ4-ty
Can'al Zone and vicinity Ituring A-1 of thd Canal and central section 'the farther lt travels..
; -t , !of the Isthmus itleing the Trans- ,The ,'!for your own good' bit -,y

frankness that may just bey '
prit. :t 0, of the Isthmus Skill the Transi The ,"for your own good' bit -,y
Weathert Therit will be a change Isthmian highway but none are of

your Midden &sire to knock the
props from under .somebody Xou ol
n 1

your hidden &sire to knock: the'

have always thought a little
sethsatisfied.
The sly remark that shows you
have never forgotten, or really
forgiven, att old hurt..
, The witty,,retort that is sharp
enough to carry a red sting. ,
-The "frank opinion" you've been
asked for, when' by 'being frank 1
you will have to be veomplimen 1
tary without being really helpful.
THE UNNECESSARY REMAR)(
' ' 1,
THE coinmeat that will make
someone feel less pleased with
himself or with his possession. 4
The price tag or label dropping 1
that Will let someone know you 4
tan afford, something thatheean't 1

.
, .. ,,,, , The unkind remark about a bor-,
' ,, - ing party someone invited you to
1
'htrovetsy ith the kindest intentions '4.
, !The generalization that might
,
s , hurt someone who hears it, or
''' renda ko re !Ini lonb brills irlt ydu ras prejudic-,
deral'idge
, , The hurt little reproach Intend Intend-
- Intend- ed to let somedne knowyourdeli knowyourdeli,.
,. knowyourdeli,. .1, ., cate feelings have been bruised.
ci distniss the' suit ,on
1
The personal questions you have
t lack otjurisdiction., ino right to'tsk and which the
said he, assumed
cause the principals
iurrs.,1Person you ask,,may,not want- to
inl answer,
Silence is golden--- it just such
-the quit 'had offices inl''
,.., Iv .......,. ,,, ittimes as thez!. ,z. .., .,,-,

4.913like Sale
i:,v4 Last Saturday, Canal Zone' Girl
'"iI Scout Troop'No. 10, of COCtoll, held
, a bake sale for the :purpose of
raising funds to purchase Easter
f1 gifts for the children in the kiber kiberto
to kiberto eulosis wards of Gorgas and one
" of the. hospitals in Panama.
The sale was- a huge sticcess,
with $44.25 worth of goodies hav having
ing having been sold. Some pastries were
1;11',1' left over and the girls decided to
Ls donate them to the Hogar de Nuts Nuts",
", Nuts", tra Sefiora, a government-sponsorea
home for girls from 6 to 13
years of age.
Girls o' Troop 10 are: Elvtts
ruu Lester Linda Buddworth,' Lynda
Bishar'd, Cynthia Rita
Martin, Sue Denny, Sandra kilo,
'er and Pau'ine Py,or. Mrs. Ashley.
leader and Mrs. Craig,co-leader.
, Leaders Club Meeting ,
ir.e The Canal Zone Girl Scout Lead Leaders
ers Leaders Club will hold their next meetl
ing at Dorese Waites studio, locatad-
ed in, the Knights of CMumbus
:ht. Bldg, on Wednesday, April 9, from
9 to it
Affrs. Waites, has volunteered to

Ilea a."... 1 1 Mai. CI 0,1LVO LIGLO. .tV
P1.4.1.11 I -,t;j1r nstruct members in dances suit.
able tor both Brownies and Girl
Scouts of all ages.; -"4
; Val Shroeter, club presidgnt, says
3 4 this is a wonderfu opportunity
and one that shouldn't' be missed.
1.,z
There is plenty of parking space
at rear of building,
, For further information, please
call Mrs. Schroeter at Balboa

' MACARTHUR SHIPPED
TOKYO (GP) Gen. Douglas
MacArthiny the supreme allied
commander' during the occupa occupa"
" occupa" tion Of Japiti,' was l'too famous"
to be included in Japan's new
English-language' "who's- who,"1
7 the editor of the publication said
yesterday...
t Editor publisher Togo Smeba
t said 'he had omitted MacArthur's
v. biography. because,...a la so
,1 famous he can easily be looked
, up in many other r a qr ence

- 0
Balboa Union Church ent speakers will disioorse
Good Friday Services will be at words which will be
1..30 p.m. when the choir will sing with vocal numbers.
the anthems "God So Loved the' On Easter morning, t'le r
World," "Were You There" and clock service Will develop t!'e r
'0 Bread of Life" directed by Mrs.' surrection of Christ Jesus. At 7.:
John M. Brown. p.m. a special Master gospel ser...
Mrs. A. J. O'Leary, Organist will,ice with -emphasis on the
play "Jesus, Will Ponder Nowisurrection will be held. Apprer.,--
and 'Calvary" during the Prelude. ate vocal numbers will be
"Chrale Our Redeemer andied by the King's Four and t: a.
Our Lord" is the Postiude selec-Thoir. The Rev. N. H. S',ewart,..'
ton. will be the speaker for the morn....
The Rev. Oscar W. Olsen's serm- ing service. and evangelist Ilus';e1'
on meditation will be on the theme Clure will be the preacher inr ths',
"Around ,the Cross of Cluist."Inicht service.
Members of the pastor's ells! Two of the five sessions nil! be!
be received into the church, and presented by the Sunday Schoolu
the service will conclude with the At 9:45 a.m. the Sunday schoot wilt
observance ef the Sacrament of be held. The Easter story will be bethe
the bethe Lord's Supper. the theme discussed in all classes.:
On Easter Sunday there will be ---
two identical Services of Morning Ceco Solo Chapel
Worship at 9 Cm. and 10:30 cm,A Interdenominational service-a
At both services the Rev. Olcen l'er the ituanices of the uni,
will preach on the topic "Our Be- Church of the Canal Zone will h,-
lief In The Everlasting." 'gin Easter Sunday at 9:39 a.m.
Special music will include '0- the Coco Solo Chanel.
pen the Gates of the Temple", sung The Union Church is one of sr:
,by the adult choir, "We Will Be Aral grouos which will share 1
Merry' sung by the Crusaders the cooperative use- of the former.,
choir and Noliv. Cain's "Alleluia.,Navy Chapel left at COCO Solo. A,
Alleluia" sung 'by the, adult and committee appointed by. the Coe
Crusaders -choirs. 'Solo Council and under the leader
Organ numbers to be played are shin of Mrs, G. F. Gereich has beet
"Regina Coelie" Bach's "Chorals in charge-of the preliminary arm
from Easter Cantata,",''Be,mitiful raneements fr the nse of the cha,7i
Savior' ,and 'Offertoire for East-"el by the 'various groups.
er." The Union Church services ar
- 'the work at Coco Solo will be so
Gamboa Baptist Church 'extension of the Union ChurelV1
At 6:30 p.m. Good Friday eve- eonereisation at Marearita.
ning, the united'Good Friday serv-illev. Theodore: E. 'Franklin. pv-t,
ice sponsored annually by tha Ev,tor of the Margarita Church, sail
angelical Ministers Council of Pa-Itho worshin -service at Coco Si ')
nama-,and--the Canal Zone will belwill be similar to that held in Mar.,
held at the,- Gamboa Baptist garita at 11 a.m. op Sunday.
Church. '
,

,
The Seven Words of the. Cross ADD MEETINGS INSIDE ''"'"
ocao4p
will be the Theme discussed ,, by, Rainbow City Civic Council ,,
seven ministers interspersed i by 1 The Rainbow City Civic Countl
t,44144,
vocal numbers ,by individuals and will a verv imoortant mept,
church groups. -, ' ,.. 'ins o row sr 7:30 p.m : in the
A special invitation is ex'ended Riinbow City High SChool stu(iy
to the sommunity. N. 'hall.
,,, The ouncil it also-making plans Listed o'n the. agenda svill be re rete
te rete loonsor a classical concert i on ports on the last Governor's coliA
pril 18. f' ,, i - Iference and various committoe re-
, 0 -; .. ----.. t (ports. President Jefferizon, Josenii
Bethel-Mission Church , tabus. reported that a Commissar
Holy Meek, will be 'observed at official will be. present to eantat
1
the Bethel Mission Church in Pa- tbe recentiv established ,deferSe
raiso with five. special., servic'es. payment nlass.4 lik ,-,- ;-. .."1
The first will be the usual Good Distribution of circulars relative
Friday service beginning at noon. to privilege cards will rOund out
o'The Cross of Christ" will bit the evening's proceedings. All res.--
the' theme deveroped around the.- iderts are urged to attond this ye,
Seven 'Words Of' the cross. Differ.'ty important-4 session:4P.: 1 4'N'o'
, , -..1, I tl

ana.di-am(

-
' MONTREAL, April 1 (12)--Johni Moil; 15, seatiln H:ouse qbt 3
Diefenbaker's Progressive-Conser- I Commoni, wound- up',,with titun,

vative Party had a national man mandate
date mandate today. to launch 'a massive
' dilly, works campaign :against,
nadirs recession., is., ,,:, -, tC.,'
Alortillian 6,400,0'90 ,votrti an answered
swered answered Prime .ginister ,Diefen ,DiefenBaker's
Baker's ,DiefenBaker's plea for a "working inaP'
ority"., in the House of ,Commons
by staging a coast-to-coast' dem--
onstration, of unprecedented poll polltical
tical polltical unity, .,
.They .gave the Tory government 1
at least 211 seats in the 265-seatl
House of Commons, far exceeding
the most optimistic Conservative
Party estimates. The liberals salv salvaged
aged salvaged only some 45 seats. ,, ,.---
. Dielenbaker promised to I con convene
vene convene parliament 'gat the earliest
postible date. When 116,ftlissolved
the 23rti parliament Feb, 1, 'Ate

.
.-Diefent;aker promised to T: con: Not' only did the' Prime Idigisi
,
,
vene parliament at the earliescl ter receive the over-all parliament..
possible date'. When be,fdissolve ary majority for which he asked:.
the 23rti parliament Feb. 1, 'Ate but the voters also oave him
mentioned May 5 as the date for strong Majority from traditionally
the next opening. Liberal Quebec. t o ,-,
t The CCP, who entered the bat. The entire Diefenbaker, tabinet.
1
fie with high hopes of increasing also emerged victorious. ,,,., ,-

De'bates- Plan-To Pinance.4
4
Segregationist White Citizen, Groups'

JACKSON; Miss. (15P),Missis- ity to handle their 'own' affairs,1
sisippi citizens '. wer& sharply di: Any organization preaching thak
yided today over a legislative would be eligible to receive wilds,
proposal to pour Aax mdney into Sen. ,Hushel Moss of kleighe
the segregationist white citizens an opponent, -charged that, NOT
COUPCilS A tight on the issue groes ,cou d use it against white
loomed in the state Senate. people if they gain enough voting
A bill authorizing' counties and strength.. , ,
municipalities ,to "employ", ,pri- .. .
1
vete organizatiens to publicize the "The mayor and board of alder alder"southbrn
"southbrn alder"southbrn way of life" passed the men of Mound Bayou (an all allHouse
House allHouse last, week,, 91-32, after bit. Negro community) could appro.
ter ,debate., It now is pending' in priate their money to the,NAACP
the Senate, ., , to tight what we are trying to
' ,' Administration leaders,' are op- preserve," he said,
1 posing it but Gov. J. P. Coleman One Senate leader said .,"there's
, has not said whether, he plans to a million dollars involved in this
veto the bill i',. it passes Ihe Sen. bill." . ,-,
ate. A simi ar bill authorizing di- The citizens-councils, with less
rect donations Lto organizations than 1.00,000 members in Miss's Miss'swhose
whose Miss'swhose 'purpose is "preservation' of sippi, are loosely held tolether
constitutional government" sailed by a- state association whicespon,
through the Senate with only two I sors a monthly newspaper going
dissenting votes. ': ',...:, te to 80,000 people- throughout the
Ile liouse bill authorizes, local wor d- -The association -also soon.
governments to apprOlgriate up to sored an- educational fund organ.
8100 for each' one million dollars ized -to counteract,such funds set
of assessed- Valuation to -"employ yp by ,organizations like the
nersonn assneiatinoR Aad,eornora-INAACP,e4 , ,

dissenting votes.6;-,!, ,' te to 80,000 people- thrOugliOu
,The liouse bill authorizes local wor d. -The association -also
governments to apprdtgriate up to Bored an- educational fund 1
8100 for each' one million dollars ized -to tounteract ,such fun,
of assessed- valuation to Vemploy yp by ,organizations like
persons, associations sad,corpera- NAACP,..,,,,,-g ,,t, ,,, -.
tions" 'in a campaign "to adver- , , k,
tise and bring to the favorable ,, , ,., ,,
dotice of persons both within, and
1
without lhe state'. the' neces- .;:','"
sity of maintaining the sov.ereign ,
,
rights of the state.
it
' The measiire has been widely ,,,, 00 Wk,,
opposed On grounde,it violates the f V '1.,,
state constitution, which forbid ,t t N,,.. I i
apRropriation el public funds to -Z' I ,,,s, ..,
private organizations. , i,f;
The Tylertown ,Times, taled It 1 ,.
"one of the most brazen give-
sways iii modern Mississippi his-
tory. .iForrner IX. ,Gov. Sam
Lumpkin of Tupelo 'charged that ,,
public officials could build politi political
cal political machines under the guise of
a statee rights organization.
But Sponsors said the funds f ..,
,
would be used by the councils to .-z
get the "true- facts", about the
South to the rest o' the nation.'
"This would make a tremen- !, tration shows the new pri
dous contribution to true Ameri- of the regular eight-cent
CaniSM, throughout the United LIBERTY STAMPThis
God Vite Trust', Statue, of
States,'I said Rep. C.',13. Newman erty stamp. Printed in re(
of Ilssaquena County, one Of the :blue on white, it will b,
leased March 22, at Clevt
Earl Evans of Canton, president Ohio, in cou'neetion will.
Garfield. Perry exhibitior
pro-tem,ofthe Senate,, said t
,provides for "advertisement '4 American Philatelic Societ
the point of view of states which ionatmeeting
believe they should have author- .! ..

more than eight salts,' And the
Social ;re& Par.19 was ObliterVy.
atod from the national scant. If
wont int, thafight soottkn
it,amorpod with nems."!,,,' J'"
,,,,Tho popular yote altast cotthrt
6,402,613 wat beloW expectationt
and tailed to inatelt,lhe ttcordl',6C
Million of last June.,The Canter....
Vativei got 53.56 per cent of the CnI,
taL ;he Liberals, 34.06; .the Cqt,'
9.24, and the Social Credit, 210.
' ',The final ,73 peti cent went Id(
the "other parties, which iincludg
ed ,18 Labor ,PrOgreSsivo ,,(Cnnt;
munist) candidates,-, ,'

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' 'i , - --.- favorite store:' s' ' I 17 fragrant Cuticurs 11 i has absorbent cornsta
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1 , Honoredgu,
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The visiting
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British 'Ambassad
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' Lady Henderson
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1 a dmner party 1
Lmbassy last eve
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Ambassador and
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. Guillermo Andrel
' I Bowes: Mrs. Am
Terrelc,e, Ford.
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' UNESCO Head Ti
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- Dr. Malcolm
' sub-director r--n
will be host this
' 6:30 to 8:30 at 1
the Ivor garden 0
ternational. The
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Committee on P
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- Misa Maphis Lea
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Madame Fra- H
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Av.party be,ingilnAv.party Zames 1
Id "The Hop" (
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-several repeti repetile
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----.-- Trophy winners Ink the .41t- who WEIS married on lin. ,2. ''', .', ' ,
aphis Leaves terbug and :Bop (intermediate ''. The surprise ., of t.the.,eventfig umi ity Slated To BeWorse P I Initi :..'
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ateside Visit ... ' chIss) were Charlene Bishop and for Mrs. O'Neil was' toind her
Marguerite Maphis of tinrdon Boswell, pale Searle and mother', Mrs.Charles E. Th rti ''' r ' ----.. '''' '
left last night by plane 'hay .. Burda: For the beginners among the -guests: Mrs. Thomas I '... ., 2 .'. ?. . . Don't say it- '' -.
;hree month's visit lc ole class in the Jitterbug, medals had 'arrived' for the.' shower a The mean little dig that it hid
States. She will go, nrst were wdir by Phyllist Chase and few ''holir' ettrilerqrOm Miami, B . den m a phony compliment. Th
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ut: Rain a Light Im prit- :-,
PRAO, r Texas; vrhe,re-sh Lou Engelke. For the interme- Fla.; She plans- to4rernalit ion-tne --. 4 ... , tempted' to give someone who ir
dt her 'son and 'dattahter- diate4last. In the Fox-trot the Isthmus where she:will be ,the .'.,..- - .., ,', ' 0' --;- ; ,' ., ... ritates or inconveniences- yotr,
and later to New Haven, lucky winners were .'Pronda hous, vilest -of Mrs..' Xridle. .' .' '...... ' 1, ' .' : ' '
,whert shi' will, visit her Barnhouse, anti Maleohnn Whee, .- ,. .. .Y,i -,...---.L.k..... s. ,,..' ',the follOWing weather conditions ..' Fogs': Nighttime and early-morn., The' juicy bit of scandal'you ca
ter ;and son-in-aW.A c ',I., ler. ;Susan Brigman and Ricky' 'Borns-Munro:Nuptials' .,,,f; ;'..,., arer based on past k records tnd ing fogs MitY be expected occasion.either keep to yourself of pass a
k', ..- '.-1--!---, ', '', ;'' Selby.'", These couples received Solemnised ,'!, -.. ,'' '','.; ''...."'',:... may-be expected to, occur- in the -ally over the Gailard Cut 'section long to ,become. more malicion
Oiling' 'In .',, -g,, ,-, I medals for their very fine-work 'Announceinent has ,beta,;ree'elV-. Canal Zone and vicinity during A- of did Canal and central section the firther it travels.. ... ,,
,Clara .;, , ., in displaying rhythm, dance 30- ed ,herezof the 'marriage '.of-,Miss phi.. i; :.. ,, . ,, ,.., r ""' ''i et the Isthmus ltidng the Trans. ,The ,"for your own good' b
and Mrs,."'Bobert 1, BoWen sition, variation of stens and ElisabetW,AMI Allow tilitightec.of your hidden desire to knock 01
Weatheer Therit Will be a change Isthmian highway, but none are of frankness that, may just b
tughter Ann left vesterdav ;anise. Nadine', Hann and Den- Mr, anti ,Mrs;..11awarti..Mtinro -- of toward rainy-season conditions dur- likely to, occtir at eithernf the'
ltt the balanetnrthe we nis Denning' won the prize' for Anon, t ri.,14,1tiehttrd C.. Borns ;of ing the,' latter half of 'the month Canal entrances. Most of the fogs props from under somebody yo
rta Clara. -, t c.i- .':',,,14,. the,,,best couple in, VI beoinners Long teachr Calf...: ..., ,, .. ...,,,,' ..- with,,a general. decrease in wind form itt011nd midnight and dissip,' have always thought a little b
,,-,,,z..--,....1...4 ., .1.. ,,-, ,I. fox4rotcontest..' The difficult, The,tatm-.t were Maris' led-: in the movement, an increase in humidi. ate b'efore 8:30 a.m. ' sethsatisfied. ,,
it -ortitutatitui 1,,F :1.,... job .41" judging; these "-eontests P t' VI tit xi' Ch 1 I ty arid consequent' uncomfortable, Winds; Northerly 'Winds of -Itil
irs e i 14 ore .-ritt ,ong h ... -, The sly remark that shows vc
have I n r I tt
eve orgo en, or reall
ro Visitint Delegation '' was bly, handled ,bv ''Mrs and Betch op- (PO 0, :0014.4 a tnia 1 f b 11
wirm muggy weat er.. , -.. average ve ocity o a out 13 m es
Minister of.EducationViv- Mrs, Mann'. and :Miss DorcPthy their hone li4ro' Mr .'117rn .',47-1-1; The average rainfall for April,in ,per hour will prevail on the Atlan. forgiven, att old hurt.. ',.
- '. I's ''t ; 1 ' '-' 'Hannigan ''. ' , ,,,.. ,' ,k, '141' 2.83 inches at Balboa Heights,,2.99, tie side. The Pacific side will have
. , t aoclateq I, vita, twitt -e twig, nstsr-
--t tt .,.. -' , , mc es a Madden Dam. and 4.06 I northwest w i n d s predominating
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q0R AND MRS. WILLIAM E. POTTER ,,,,',. -- Atlantieside, Newcomers ,-. ,-- -,-, .. ,,
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Iv. and ISIrs. William E. Potter entertained at a rcell- side! Newcomers Club for the $ 0,
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Rouse. -- ' , ,,, ,,,, --- its recent meeting held at the ' '
,nored k ''''''' 'wife Secretary' 'of Me Army ,Wilher 61,; Ft Gulick Service Club.' f ' '
!I. and' Mrs: Bruckler,'Assistant;Secretary of the Army Elected It3 president Vas, Uri. ., I -,,, '
NI. itlilton II and Mrs. Milton. ,, '-' , : o- Ban -Duree, lst vice-pres. Mrs. 1 ,, s ,
te visiting dignitaries lett today following a three day .,-- Fulton Lesovsky,' 2tid, vite-pres '.. , .. : .,,, ; ; , ,,, .,
i the Isthmus.- - -- ''-' , r Mrs. Richard McClean, secretary, 4 k - J.
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-' delegates to the 2nd Conference spoke on compo" sition and paint- t ,4 ': A '-f s' ,' .. : - V 1
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and of the Consulting Committee on ing from an artists point of view. ,;' I , '' '' .; - '' f--'-'' ,
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itish merica,at a cocktail party held merican students wu.also. lea- --: 4 ' -.,...--:.- ..' :'-. -,:- 'i )1,,' --A, ,st."'----.'''-' - i", .
lests at the 1,Inion Club yesterday. tured.- , ,r, , P ''.. '.3. ',-s';'. : '''.;: : .. s' '" :,.,..r.: ,., k : '''''
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lean Harnett & Dunn's Jamboree itames Eugene, Badger,: Rudy; I i ''' s:' '''' ..--?. --' -''' ?' -,:-- .: ', i ,.' ,, ". .,- ,,,','' :s.!',-'''''s,
ilian Provided Fun For All ,-, ----: -.-', Best, E.''' J. Berger, John Borg 4 ..':.. :;:. ',., :4' ' : ,. ,4. ,,,, '.. ,.e ., 1.4'It ,,, ,,s;' ..','s :-
Fre,- '-- Harnett & Dunn's first Jam- strom, Kenneth Bukowski, Car- .," ,- 'k:.- .", .-". ,' '.'-' .i '.....,.....!-,.'''. ,, -, -i.., ,'. I ,;- .,e -,'-- '7 .'
:7'..3- boree for this year was an un- roll Chaphe, Alton Crawley, Van .- F ' is ,s,, 'A 4,0" - ::, il V i' AV :''. A .r.:.".-
L; IL usually. active one with more Crichfield: -,, Rodger Raugherty; i',' po.,, - -, : if .--, ,7" 4,- ,-!,.. ,5,' - i
Ger- games and new dancet beingita, Ben : Duree, -- Thomas ', thibe, -I
Mrs. troduced. The new.party .larv:es :ames Frazier, William Darner, .! I ----. ,; '.''' i' -',, ,' - .-' ',' g i't-,::P ,,,ff': l ',-;' 4: ,-,,-'
,eslie "The' Stroll," :' and "The Hop" Carney Hartley; John' Hulka, I, ',''-' ', ',!, ,- .1:,..-- :' - -- -- :,-,' ';-; ,i,'. ii.,,,' 4- ,,-- ,!?'" '''' ,,.' '1.i: '. ..--- -,
Mr. proved very .succesSful and- the Willie Ingram, 'Harold 'Jones, .
guests wanted -several repeti- George Magazin, Richard Mc4 ,' '',-:-, -: ''
tions of them. The new elimina- Clean, Ronald', Moore, !, Charles t
: ,tion dance called ',"The Blitz" Perry, J. R. Roane,--Jay 'Russell, A,-,;k4.( ..--i,k;,,,,,,,,,,,-,,,,,,,,,k-, -,,,,,----,,,,,,,,,,..4.s --k- 4. ,i, i-, ., 4$ 4 a ,ev,..,4f., .-.4,ce ..,..--.,..,.,,,.:
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helicopter ;front Ft,'. .70rd ;touched
down at the scene to take the
otir froni :their improvised pup
tent :camp amid 20, ioot snow
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rooftops 43 Vipers r
25 Withered' 44 Slide
28 Snare ,45 Variable star
28 Indian 47 Valise (coll.)
29 Roster Son of Seth'
30 Persian prince 49 Simple
31 Pile (Scot.) 51 Organ of
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CADET'IAMS SANIAL of Cristobal High School Is
here as he receives the Outstanding Cadet Award from Maj. Gen.
VI,Onlal L. Harrold, Commanding General USARCARIB. The
Presentation was made:at' 'a review held last Friday by the
Cristobal unit of the ROTC, in honor of Harrold.. flanding beside
General, and partly hidden, is Capt. A. Swaney, assistant
professor of Military ,Scienci and Traininu at Cristobal High
Fchool. Sanil is the uon of Sgt. James A; Santa of Fort Clayton.
I, (IL& Army Photo)

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I '," MAROONED COLLEG INSIDZJ
, a -, YOSEMITE NATIONAL' PARK,
I7 .' Calif. (UP), ---,,, Four young colle colle.1
.1 colle.1 giate skiers, marooned i-or four
-. ,.., dap; and nights it thba11,000400t
. s, level, in the,snovi-cheked' Sierras,
,. yere snatched ,ti 'safety 'yesterday
. by, the dafing2crew of ) an ,Arm
' helicopter', 4 ', "" i "li ;,'1,
, ' i The four; 4'ttyo Itiien" iiid Yettim
' ' girls were taken'Itcr thrit'ntle thrit'ntle1
1 thrit'ntle1 "I, HO .t, I li- 'iv It e rb a
, rooria spi a ere,
, preliniinary, check' 4.',''up rettialid
' thiAl three of. thein had 'sufvived
, tile ordeal in good ''shape.''; The
' 11 ', fourth, Williani Pope,'22, of San
' ; Francisco, was reported Suher-,I,
bp JUg from ',pneumonia'. ,' ,,'', ,.,.,
1
.- ,- "The skiers,' all;Stan!ord t,lniver-'
gt, ill4 sill students, were Pope; Mike
t Roberts, ,21, Neenah,' Wis.;, Mar.
, e garet Meyer, 21, of Seattle, Wash.
,. ", and timbre 'Lamb,, 11, Orinda,
; Call .- ': h ' 1 l'.
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k .-5 Two Mont ,For Help ''' i.,
' These x four and two-. othe i
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,, 0 Bhrt Ifooley, 22, Reno,' Nev.,, and
i I : Max Allen,", 22, rParadise,'- Calif.,
! 14 left Silver Lake on the eastern
. slope, of,the Sierras, on March! 22
tlt eittwhat i was k. to,- have -. been a
. week-long ski, trip over the back back',
', back', bone of the mountain range to
'' Yormite- on thewest slope ,
lbw, trip b oggedf down last
i 7., Thlirsday in an 11,000-foot saddle
1 '' between ,Mt. Lyell and Rodgers
reak, when Pope became ill with
' what. Vas' later diagnosed as
. pneumonia. 2 1. t, .. -,
, ,-1-itooler and Allen skied out for
, help; touching' off a four-day res res'
' res' 111 toe operatiow climaxed Monday
, Rimming when a twin-rotored' H21

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1 The "Flying Banana" transport
Vcepter was pfoted by Chief War War',rantk
',rantk War',rantk Officer John Cooney; 359 of
IMariboro, Mass.r with Chief War.
rant Officer William IpoWiltianis,
30, of Binghemton Mr' -F'''',.-','
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1, Postage-tamp Heliport
,
, The 'touch-and-go landing t wits
aLcomplished during a brief break
in the weather, with the .hell .helllcopter
lcopter .helllcopter dropping down On a snowy
'knoll which had been' trampled
into a postage-stamp beliport by
the skis of, Roberts and the tvvo
girls. '
It took 'the three able bodied
members 'of the party bait an
hour to help l'ope the 200 yards
from. their camp to the helicop helicopter.
ter. helicopter.
It would authorize Benson to
- At the Yosemite Valley Hospital
Miss Lamb told the United Press
that their four-day vigil' "actually
wasn't, toe-,bad at all
4 "The temperature -only got
down to about zero at the cold coldest,"
est," coldest," she said. !lite had tents and
warm clothes,' and Al they kept
dropping food to u. When the
helicopter caste we had food for
another two days."
11Margy and I are. fine, ithe
doctors said, but Mike has to' stay
in bed for a while. He's pretty
tired but he seems all right,'
Miss Lamb Said.

Answer to Previous Puzziel

, BREATHTAKING GETUP--
A cry baby for science, volun.
teer coed Kay Kerdraon models
the plastic mask she'll wear as
: part of a new air pollution vv.'
periment, on the University of
',' California's Jtiverside campus.
Srpog will be pumped inside the
mask, and also applied to plants
to determine if eye irritation'
and crop damage result from
the same chemicals in the corn
bination ot smoke and fog. Kay
will breathe pure air' through
: the respirator she's holding.,

'Liberal Arts
Pro'g' ram Revised
At California
,
BERKELEY, Calif. (UP) The
University of California has revis-I
ed its liberal arts education pro program
gram program in order to "strengthen" it,
the university announced.
thenceforth students will be re required
quired required to take a cotirse in English
reading and -composition, 12 units
in' a foreign language and 12 tmits
each in the humanities, social sci sciences
ences sciences and natural sciences
Students hi 'the future may be
dismissed after two semesters tf
they cannot maintai', a average.
Likewise in the future students
will, have to pass a 'es in basic
insibetnaictt before graduaing,..
'The university made a three
year study before Introducing the
changes, A proposal to make an
elementaryAnowledge of spelling
and grammar a reauireinent for
entrance was referred for further
sudyt

FOR ROAD WORK -,- Sell.
Albert Gore (D-Tenn.) has
proposed that the nation's high..
Wa construction program be
about doubled this year as an
anti-recession ttleaStite; Gore,
,
chairman of the Senate itoads
subcommittee, said be will press
for such legislation before
,Easter. The present plan calls
work this 3rear on 1.2 billion
dollars worth of contracts on
, the 41,000-mile network of In Interstate
terstate Interstate superWgl,ways.

CONSTITUTION SIGNED,-
AMMAN, Jordan (UP) .King
Hussein of Jordan yesterday sign signed
ed signed the constitution of the new Arab
federation -,linking Jordan and
Iraq, it was announced here.
The royal assent followed refill.
cation of the constitution of sthe
Jordanian parliament earlier this
week, The ,constitution now
awaits the completion of formal
action by Iraq. i

FIN i7:1 AN r::7-.7.r:N2L-NT DAILY NEV.-SPAM'.

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Capt. Earl W. Nielsen, right, of the 937th Engineer Company
(Avn) (IAGS) receives a Certificate of Achievement from Maj.
Don R. George, commanding officer of the 937th, for demonstfat demonstfating
ing demonstfating superior, outstanding professional skill, initiative and devotion
to duty while a light aircraft pilot in support of LAGS projects
throughout Central and South America. The captain gave ef effective
fective effective and continous- supPort to field survey parties under
exceptionally difficult conditions of weather and terrain.
, He has flown hundreds of aecident-free hours over hazardous
and mountainous terrain during the period of,July 1955 to March
1 this year. (U.S. Army rhoto) 1

By ,BERNARD BRENNER

,
, wASHINGTON (UP)President in Nove
Eisenhower ,, yesterday brushed resignec
aside the election day fears' of But t
many farm state Republican con- firmly
1 gressmen and vetoed the Demo- the fre
cratic farm price, support freeze sage as
bin. .,,,,, , , ,,,, , 'grees il
, Angry, Democratic leadera int- ',the sac
mediately announced that :they its, pasl
would try to ', muster the two- , ..,
, , Atte
thirds majority required to over-,, ,te fi
ride a veto when Congress re-, m 1
convicti
turns born its 'informal Easteri 7 He ei
vacation in mid-April. ,,
nfraotimon tl
Dill woi
,'' However, most of the bill's
pletel
sponsors doubted the President's
decision could be upset despite a ,, Bei(
loud chorus of criticism touched 'lm
o'l by the veto., The bill would
, ButYS
. ,natv,i,s,ed
freeze 1958 price supports and 1-,1.,8a
1958 planting allotments at not .'s )
less than 1957 levels. ,, r
,In rejecting 'th's bill,' the, Pres- 7u-'
ident called instead for a five-
ben.
point plan based squarely on his
new, price support cutting ,pro- Gal sa
den al
gram which congressional farm tection
leadert already have' t o a s e d Americ,
aside. ''''' m' -. '" of help'
, Eisenhower said the farm econ- ,f. .,..,
omy needed a "thaw rather, than Im"1:,',,1
a freezes ,. .'" .4. ' 1 ''
, His stand was applauded by the ,',(,
,American Farm Bureau and some Man
GOP congressmen, mostly ,larm 1111
urban areas. They accused Dem-, '7,
ocratic backers of the bill of play playing
ing playing "politics" with ', farm, policy led,
and ',consumer food prices, '''', '',
Meantime, ,' Agriculture Secre- 1 B
tary. Ezra T.' Benson, went before 11
skeptical ambers of th Senate ' ','
Agriculture'', Appropriations sub-, Asm
committe to' renew his .plea for Elliott,
the original administration farm mouseti
program 0---', which the President into a 1
mattitt point No.' 1 in' his new pro- bug def

It would authorize Benson to
cut prite Supports asflow ,as 60
per cent of parity compared
with the present 75 per cent floor
and permit -a 50 per cent in increase
crease increase in acreage allotments,
A slash in dairy, price sup supports,
ports, supports, lite first of a ,series the
freeze bill was designed ,to ,pre ,prevent,twas
vent,twas ,prevent,twas scheduled to go into ef effect
fect effect Tuesday. Benson plans to
tfollow up later with cuts in sup supporta
porta supporta for wheat, Jice, beans and
several:feed grams.- He said the
dairy: cut should mean lower re retail
tail retail milk and butter prices.
',Democratic sponsors of. the
freeze bill dubbed it an anti-reCession
measure and said it would
prevent a. half billion droP4
farm income at a time ,when the
economy required all the stipulils
Congress could provide.
The Presidenrs veto had been
expected, But many farm state
Republicans, worried over their
reelection prospects next lgovem-1
ber, had urged Eisenhower to
change his mind at, the last min minute
ute minute and sign the freeze bill.
' Republican senators voted 17-14
last week to urge against a veto,
Earlier, a blod of farm state
GOP representatives said Benfi

prompuons ELIM tne esta011sn- can Relations, handling aspects act as General Seri lie-a-id-m-1n: ,..
, , , , .'t,', mept of new posts designed in of the Line's relations with gov- istrator. He heads a new activity ---
1 ,,, 4. , a accordance with a continuing ernments and clients in the under Burke G. Piper. Vice pres- -0
, 4.
policy of realigning executive countries On the ,rade routes it ident and Treasurer. Whlch will ,,
!mo arm... 1
F
' duties and responsibilities to 11- serves. Arthur C. Novacek will be responsible for office man.. -,
, , '" ,- , '. chleve the MAXIMUM- in opera- 'initiate a program of trade .stu;. agement and for the malor ct-,
' '' ' i tonal and sales efficiency., dies, market research, traffic re- Co m,e r service departments: :
rrianuelaDisak faonrameerrly Gaseneereanl ports, anndancaorgoa nonnalyosisaleTerdirterf rnweigrht Brilling Preigohmt Raatnes,
OfGOP::Solon F ght S le M g h b to e 1 g r tl f a d Ill eight, ust a. d
.
, , elected Vice President, Freight Development Section., - ?;., 'rrerrshipments. Caro Claims,. t
,
: , , Services, irt charge of Marketing, '', , - ;and the Cashier's office. ,,
l) .---' ' ' ''" -', 'Sales; And Trade Development Mr. Diaz. a graduate ,of Dartt.'Mr.' Ravral has been a Mems.s.
son's programs would- cost the In this new post he will assume mouth college,' comes from a ber of the Grace organizstiorr
GOP more than ,20 House seats responsibility for the Line's tam1ly active in the shipping in- since 1917. iolning the companv 4
in November unless the secretarV freight sales and develoPment dustrY. His father, Manuel DiaZ, in San Francisco. where he hael,,t
resigned. t ''' 4. t effort as conducted by its offices founded the firm of Garcia & received his schooling. After ser-k 't
But the President, standingiin the United States, Canada, Diaz, Steamship Agents, '- After vice at sea and in the Account- ,i)
I
firmly behind Benson,- attacked and Latin America...His principal infantry service overseas 'during ing Department, he became, i
the freeze bill in his veto mes- assistant ,will be J. k Edward the war, he entered Garcia itr cashier of Orace ,the's Pacific, ,,,
sage as being "a turn of 180 de- Meyer,, Jr., whos has been Pro- Diaz, serving as Freight Traffic coast operations in 1930. Trans,,tt
'grees in ,the wrong direction" .1- moted from Assistant Manager,. Manager until 1954, when he ferred to New York in 193R, he
the same words he used before Freight Sales Division,Ao Gen- joined Grace-tine. He WU nam- was rimed Grace Line cashielpoo
its passage,' ., :- A- , 4 ',,' ; '''eral Freight Sales Manager. Two fed peneral Freight Sales, Man- a, position he held until he egts.-!

,
h I t additional' important activities' ager in 1956., --,, eleeted an Assistant Tre a
thirds majority required to over over11'
11' over11' l'Atter reviewing t e reso u ion
will now function under Mr.1, r Elie A. Reyna!, forMerly 'As-iin" 1954. Ativtet
Ad. Wahl when Congress 6n1,1 .
I in its final form, adhere to this
would try, to muster the tw...0

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W414 ,,,,IIVW Ituluiduu uiluur rar. i r zile A. ttaynalt rormerly AS-'111' 1954. , rort,f,,
In its final form, 1 adhere to tbis
eonviction,' he said., ''' $ ? 'k , , , 2 ,-
4 ........ 41., OPIPPRIM9...,,,,,,-,,...w.
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,----

. ,
,'-'1 He said. foi him :to sign the" '.. ,,,,,.
bill would have been "ill advised ;-
,
from the standpoint both of ,thel .., of
nation and' our farm families." .,
-,.,
He said the freeze ''"Would ,com 111
pletely disregard economic fact.'kt . ,,,.- -- 1. f t 0
WOO' e Ni
i But Sen, Richard D. Russell (D-' ,-- . -- "':;r4; ---..... -',..',,,,f ',.,,,t-..,,,-,4t '''
,
Ga.)' said the veto was J "very' ill -..:. .... ... ,ole
advised." He called it a !,ltrag-1- .-;. -....... : 't:,.-...i
.,..,

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,
Sen. Herman E Talmidgq (I).
Ga.) said the yeto was a callous
denial of the last straw of pro proI
I proI tection for that segment of the
American economy most in need
of help"',,and could only "worsen ,.
the current recession and aldeto I i
Unemployment.?' , t ',i' 1

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ASHLEY,' Oh lo (UP) nth.
Elliott, 62, fat ed to build a better
mousetrap, but his elorts led him
into a flourishing business making
bug deflectors for cars and trucks.
Elliott was- reminiscing oil
1918 Army of Occupation experi;
ences one day in 1945 after he had
failed to market his iniproved
mousetrap when au idea struck
rec'alled one snowy night
Germany when he was carrying a
message and had stuck a piece of
metal to the how o' his vehicle to
deflect snow from his windshie'd,
Then he looked over the discarded
mousetrap and decided to use the
pieces for a deflector for his car.
1' A few nights later he heard a
truck driver complaining over a
cup of coffee at g truck stop about
the blizzard outside and how hard'
it was to see tiu'ough his wind.
shield.
Elliott told the truck driver it7
bout his deflector and the, driver
asked him to build him one.
One truck driver told another
until there was such a demand for
Elliott's deflectors that he set up
a factory in a garage behind fhis
home.
How be has branched out to
make screens for truck radiators
and air scoop ventilators for hot
weather.

Grace Una,. today announced
promotions and the establish

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ESTACUSIEEIT 1:a7 POSTS

, Y. Edward Meyer, General
'. Maneger, Freight Sales
Grace Line Inc,

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Lewis A. Lapham, President Of 'Diaz: C. Jacob Jalli will continue sistant Treasurer, as been &-
Grace Line, today announced to act as Manager, Inter-Ameri- lected Assistant Vice President to
promotions and the establish- can Relations, handling aspects act as General Services Admin- ,.,
ment of new posts designed in of the Line's relations with gov- istrator. He heads a new activity ----
accordance with a continuing ernments and clients in the under Burke G. Piper. Vice pree- -0
policy of realigning executive countries On the trade routes it ident and Treasurer, aVhich will
duties and responsibilities to 1.-- serves. Arthur C. Novacek will be responsible for office Man..
i for the maior cu--
chleve the maximum. in opera- 'initiate a program of trade 'stu;- agement an,
tional and sales efficiency., dies, market research, traffic re- Co me r service departments: :
Manuel Diaz, formed)? General ports, and cargo analysis leadirtg Freight Billing Freight Rates,
Freight Sales Manager, has been to the inauguration, of a Trade Inward Freight, -tustoms, and
elected Vice President, Freight Development Section., - -: ... 'rransshipments. Cargo Claims,- a
Services, in charge of Marketing, - - ,' ..- and the Cashier's office.
Sales, and Trade Development Mr. Diaz. a graduate ,of Dart- t.'. lit Ravnal has been ft mems. a,.
In this new post he will assume mouth College,' comes from a ber of the Grace organizstiorr '1
responsibility for the Line's family active in the shiPPina in- since 1917 io'ning the companv
freight sales and development dustry His father, Manuel Diaz, in San Francisco. where he had -0.-
1
effort as conducted by its offices founded the firm of Garcia 4r received his schooling. After ser-k
in the United States, Canada, Diaz, Steamship Agents, After vice at sea and in the Account- ,i)
and Latin America. Ills prinCiPal infantry service overseas during ing Department, he became- i
assistant ,will be J. k Edward the war, he entered Garcia it Cashier of Grace ,the's Pacific, ,,
1
Meyer,. Jr., whos has been pro- Diaz, serving es Freight Triable Coast operations in 1930. Trans,,tt
moted from Assistant Manager, Manager until 1954, when he ferred to New York in 193R, he

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BREATHTAKING GETUP-- Capt. Earl W. Nielsen; tight, of the 937th Engineer Company
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A cry baby for science, volum. fAvn) (IAGS) receives a Certificate of Achievement from Maj.
,. teer coed Kay Kerdraon models Don R. George, commanding officer of the 937th, for demonatrat demonatrat,
, demonatrat, .

1 I the plastic mask she'll wear as
1 1 : part of a new air pollution ex,' ing superior, outstanding professional skill, Initiative ana aevoitun
1 to duty while a light aircraft pilot In support of LAGS projects,
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peliturzn ou Luc universtv tnrougnous uentrat anu ovum auw
1111 I California's Riverside campus. fective and continous- supPort to field survey parties under ,
smog will be numned inside the Avro,niAnnailv aiffientt conditions of weather and terrain. '', ) 4 Ns

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I 11 difficult conditions of weather and terrain. k ) 4
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OMO torts and the establish- C81 Relations, handling aspects act as General Services Admin.-
' and crop damage result from and mountainous terrain dur.ing, the:ert.od of-JulY 1955 to rLaecwie suAhkoPtohadmay. PanresindoeunnteedfitoDiaaze:tCa,Imacaonba,,:dert!
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ment of new posts designed in of the Une's relations with gov- istrator. He heads a new activityLT
the same chemicals in the corn corn.
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continuing 1 ernments and clients in the I under Burke G. Piper. Vice pces-- -0
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opment Mr. Diaz. a graduate of Dart. 1.,. Mr: Ravral has been ft mems. s,
, By BERNARD BRENNER son's programs I would, cost thelin ,.t..hia....newpo. st he will assume mouth college,. comes from a ber of the Grace organizstion"0.
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BERKELEY Calif. (UP) The .,' .
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' reivergity of California has revis- WASHI Gop more than 20 II, ouse seats refs.po,nsibility for the Line famny active in the shiPPina in- since 1917. lo'ning the company, ..
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, tHenceforth students will be re- na 7 I re;u8tu7hbe President st a n din g 1, in the United States Canada,' I t
assistant will be i 'k Edward the war he entered Garcia ir
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been pro- Diaz serving as Freight TraffiC Coast operations in 1930., 'Franc...
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d' ; ' Fehool. Satin is the son of Sgt. James A; Sanial of Fort Claltin.1 '; 7 -.7.- I, i
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., ft;',.- Calif. '' (UP), ''.-- Four young colic- fotir front' ,:their improvised -I: pup :-..:1,,,,,,-..,,,,,,,,,,,,.,:,,,::::',..,:, ,..::: .. ,i,:,:,,,A aside... : , - .- of help", and could ,onl "Worsen
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.1. : ', kts,t,e 'skiers, marooned '''-ior., -four tent ;camp : amid 20 loot SnOW- :: ,.::,:;',:.,,,;;..,,?,::,:::::'::.:...i,,,:,,,',.,:::::::,,,:::',', :':::,.::,,,::::, ', EisenhoWer said the farm eCon- the current recession and :add ;,te' :. 4,.-.;:',..,),,,:: ,
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' z Th four' ttve tin- et" lii'd xfttiv9 Marlboro, Mass;r'4,.vith- Chief-War, ,i.'::',:::;,:i,..7h,,,,,,,..i.i,: ,...,,,?:,:,... .. r,:.:.,;., urban areas., They accused Dem-,4 '' : ';, 4(
1 i girls :,' were ,taken td" tWit"114e. radt Officer 'Willient ItAigiltilifits, ; Ifii;'.,,:H:',::::::::"..':,-:,:''.': ,::::. :,:,::::,.:H 4.: ',., oeratic baekers of the bill of pley- lel lolli'llu- in'i''si.4.:' .....,
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' fourth,- Williant Pope, 22:, of San, The 'fouch4nd-go,:linding, ':, Wits' ',, :I.,:,,i:,,,i,::.,.:::::,, :,,,,-,,:, skeptical mm 4,-.400,094.,,4,w,a,.. : : . ,..., :
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' ::''' NY.,Looking like a huge caterpillar witb its"diaphraem ribs encased in & weather jacket, the unit -., :: ..:. :.. .i
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1 ild j. ally. Students, were ,..Pope,,,,Iilike- into a postage-stamp tteliport by ,, ,,, ''''',:::7.."4:::::',.:,,,v.',.,,,,:s:.:::''':':'''''s ',., made Point No': I in'. his new Fr'., bug deflectorslor ears and trucks. '4,.'"lino, Condit,.'progriurt head: Said 'thai di'.iTerences from normal. contrast in ta,sregeet-pietures,-made .:.',' ; I:..' ..' i'L
i i Roberts, ,21.,. Neenah Wis.,;,'Mav the skis of,. Roberts 'and the tvvo ':,:::;::,:,-,::':::::::::':::: :',i::',,'::: :,,,:;,::':::::::',:::A '' ,,i Postus-, ," : ' .: '' ' ": ' ':' r'.'- ''' i 'with the 95-inch focal' 16riettt'cainers' heip-to,,indicate whatAlms can, tiest ," ", through haze,., .,. 4:
,:! a garet. Meyer; 21, of Seattle,' Wash. girls..., '-'. 7 -.--, -'",-4,,--, ':4--,: -,:,.- ,' r,' '::::::::: u,,,:::,:-,:) A ::::,,, a:::.:,,:.,,,,., ,,It w9uld ',. 'authorize "ijilensmi I60
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, ,' and tlehttre ''Lamb, 11, Orinda, ;It took 'the three able .., bodied iL,, ',:.,:,,:mi,,A,,,:,,E.,::, i, ;::,,,,..:'::,'-'.::'::',:,;.:,:-.,:!,,- cut, .Prlee '-,SuPPorts ., ak 0,w as 0 1918 Army of Occupation --: experGt ',,-,. ,,,, .14',',.,, .01, ;.'.,'4 h 7 ,:l';.,,, :' '," '. ;;;J:;1: '',''.C;:f?'4...:.: .: 04 ,.' ::',:' .,,,,' :' '...,', ,: -, ,I, .... . :. : : : ;
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'', r 'I, ''f I hour to help l'ope the 200 yards r ,:,... -: ::, i ,' 4, with the present 75 per cent, floor failed : to market ,., his iniproved .,' -' .,'' ; ,' -' '-' ''" -7 -7. ' 7i '. 7 ',. '",k-.'-'1- ',I 7. ... -:"r? 't.,, -,- ' :- t ''
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proposed that th'e nation's high-, ports, lite first of a ,sertes the He recalled one snowy night In , J : t ,
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vent,twas scheduled to go Into ef- message and ha4 stuck a piece of ,, .0 , ,
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anti-recession rneasure;',,' Clore, a"'".1 uUlaA 14115 MIMI 1110 VUI111;11:1 LU I
follow up. later with cuts in. sup- deflect snow from his windshie'd,1
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subcommittee, said be wia press eyersl: feed grams., He ,said- the' mousetrap and decided to use the i
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jk:ongress could provide. Elliott told the truck driver ,4.yee.0-:;;;;;,,,,WV 1)14 -qt. :,441,er 4111-491-, -
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ngl The Presidenrs veto had been I bout his deflector and the driver 1.7 4..17' fdditedilm""xtKk. 14.5! !Itsr

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F.79. 1---,, F 11T'T "62 week, The ,constitution now last weeic to urge against a veto. make screens for truck radiators ''' , .- .4.,,,, x'7,,,,,t,
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TIM POLICE PALS, '195L Atlantic Little League champions. Back row: Rocky Mas6n, Kenny, Kaminski, Richle Carpenter.,
woody Smith, Will Will, Stu Bernstein, Allen Park. Front rOW: Deryck Barber, Hank Clancy, Mickey Malhone, Ronnie Crump,
Ronnie Cooper, Phil Owen Kenny Carden. : , ,

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Ba,ttery of Breiver-Sullwan

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FORT MYERS,' Fla. ilJP)
liank',Polles ninth inning single,
- scoring Bob Clemente from second,-
brought the Pittsburgh. Pi Pirates;
rates; Pirates; from behind to ,a 4-3 vic victory
tory victory ever thel world champion
Milwaukee Braves Mondar,
Bolt Buhl, went into the ninth
with a jead piled tip off
George- Witt in the third, and
Frank Thomas tied the game
with his fourth spiing tomer,. Red
Schondienst bobbled Clemente's
grounder, then- a sacrifice. ascii
,smgle won it,

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Lep, Burdette pitched the first
four 4innings for Milwaukeeetogiv Milwaukeeetogiving
ing Milwaukeeetogiving sup htt and ran his score scoreless
less scoreless still through 31 innings, 21
of them from the World Series.
IAMPA, Fla. (UP) --- The Los
Angeles --,Dodgers reduced their
squad to 32 players Monday by
, optioning shortstop Bobby Lillis to
St. Paul, and returning outfielder
' Felipe Montemayor and, catcher
Norm Sherry to Spokane, where
theyoriginally were assigned. ,'

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Yankees, Braves

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BY OSCAR FRALEY
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.ORIC (UP)-- Well, now

that the baseball season is over,
wholdo you like in the World Ser SerVIA
VIA SerVIA brings me to this clues clues-
- clues- tion, Asven before the pennant
raOkt get under way, is the. ap apparen
paren apparen fact that they are alreadY
decided. This is the tenor of all
thajeportorial luice oozing from
,thtfapefruit Circuit. r
- iearlets rraley has to go
, along2with those who predict that
, tli" New York Yankees )and the
Yankees' of the National. lecilue,
thirMiliaukee Brevet, ere
These two apparently are in a
class by themselves. The Yankees
, usually do prove it., The Braves,
off their world championship,

TucsoN, Ariz. (UP) -- Vic
Wertz, a hard luck guy who made
' successful comeback, after an
attack of polio in 1955, was wide widelined
lined widelined again today with a hroken
right ankle.
The 33-year-old Cleveland Indi-1
' an first-baseman was sliding to toward
ward toward second base while trying to
break ,up an attempted: double
play against the San Francisco
Giants Sunday when his spikes
dug into the ground and snapped
the fibula just above the ankle.
General Manager Frank' Lane
'arid Manager Bobby Bragsn said
be would be put on the inactive
list for at least 10 weeks.
The injury actually was i dou double
ble double one, involving both a disloca
tion and a fracture above that.
Trainer WallY Bock said the, dis dis'
' dis' location might hamper him for
some time to come since "there's
always inflammation in, those
cases."
Club spokesman agreed that
Wertz!, loss "definitely hurts our
bitting power." Wertz has a major
leagtue lifetime batting average of
279, doing his hest, ,.304, with De Detroit
troit Detroit in 1949.

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spring hitter with a .324 average.
ORLAND0,-,11a. (UP) lom
Brewer, the ace of Boston's hurl hurling
ing hurling staff, and teammate Heywood
Sullivan each suffered fractures
Monday to put a damper over the
Red Sox even though they scored
their eighth straight victory by
beating the Washington Senators,
8-3. ,: ,
Brewer suffered a hairline frac fracture
ture fracture of the third ifinger of his
pitching hand when hit by one of
Ilob Porterfield's pitches fil bat batting
ting batting practicei He is expected to
be out 'at least three weeks.
Sullivak.rookle catcher for the
Red, Sox, WAS hit by a foul ball
off the bat of Roy Sievers in the
first imling and suffered a dislo dislocation
cation dislocation and fracture of the index
finger of the right hand. Ile's ex expected
pected expected to be shelved for at least
six weeks.
The Red Sox were trailing, 2-1,
when they came up with five runs
in the sixth to salt away the vie

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have the faith which they lacked
previously. vt,

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In this' corner, the races shape
up like' this: ,
,;',-,'Amirican League
New York Yankees 2, Chi Chicago
cago Chicago White Sox. 3, Detroit Ti Tigers;
gers; Tigers; '4, Boston lieu Sox; 5, Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland Indians 6,' Baltimore
(nes 7, Kansas City A's, and 8,
Washington Senators. t
National League
1. Milwaukee Braves 2, St.
Louis Cardinals; 3, Cincinnati
Reds; 4, Los Angeles Dodgers; 5,
Philadelphia Phillies 6, Pitts Pittsburgh
burgh Pittsburgh Pirates;, 7, San Francisco:
Giants, and 8, Chicago Cubs.

The Yankees are, as usual, the
Yankees. They are so "loaded"'
that, Casey Stengel's problem Is
what to do WRIT some of his-young
stars.
,
, Pitching- Is tliciago'sl)arte but
the team lacks power 'and' you
don't Win many games if you
can't score any runs.
Billy Martin figures ,to lift the
Tigers.,'Yet the pitching may not
hold up and the club could be
hurt fatally by any injuries injuries'I'he
'I'he injuries'I'he Red Sox have Ted Wil Williams,
liams, Williams, infield problems' and lack
left landed pitching.
Xleveland's hopes'; depend great greatly
ly greatly on Herb Score's comebAck and
the result of the operation on Bob
Lemon's arm. r
,
That takes Care of ,the Contend Contenders.
ers. Contenders. -The Orioles are hopeful hut
their dreams look like an anemic
nighttare; the A's will discover
that sphit is no substitute for tal talent
ent talent and the Senators' are still the
Senators. k
Gobi if Eiorything
In the 'National League, Milwau Milwaukee
kee Milwaukee has gobs of everything, has
strengthened and has that new be belief
lief belief which comes to a champion.
C,ardinal pitching is a question
and the club lacks outfield de defense.

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' The Reds sacrificed power to
improve their pitching and fell
short in both departments.

The Ddgers' old pros will keep
them -respectable- but the loss of
gampanella is a killing blow.
,Philadelphia may make a bid
ai last year, but it is doubtful.
After that you have the real
also-rans. Pittsburgh lacks pitch pitching;
ing; pitching; the Giants are ,ushooting for
a pennantl and 1 using blanks,
while the Cubs 'have a poor out outfield,
field, outfield, poor ?power, poor, pitching
Sad few defense.
In the series, I'll take Shi Yanks
siA games.

ALL itiOLFERS' TAkE RETURN
.
ISOCA RATON, Fla (UMSam
Snead and 4immy Demaret had
their. revenge today on Torakichi
(Pete) Nakamura and Koichi Ono,
the Japanese golfers who upset
them last year in the Canada Cup
matches., Snead and Demaret
combined tor 14Q Saturday to
beat the Japanese -pair" by two
strokes in an exhibition-

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With Fedi Infante ,'
Con Quin Andan
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The Police Pals won the 1958 At,- the Police who won the opener 41of back to back, doubles by Kai',
lailtie Little League Championshipito 0 on Friday. Dave Wilder drew.pinski and Carpenter, In Abe sec secon
on secon Saturday- afternoon t as theyithe, pitching assignment tor the ond, the Pols really iced the game
downed the Coca Cola Bottlers, 81Bottlers, but it- was not one of with a 6 run, 5 hit onslaughLiton onslaughLitonto
to onslaughLitonto 2 behind the three hit pitching Dave's better days. Me Crump opened the inning with
of Kenny KarpinskL The wm made The Poliice paid 'the pine a triple to rightlieldBarber was
it a clean sweet, of the series for with a run in the first, the result walked,, and Stu Bernatein

'rhe ring may Italie seen the last
of Carmen Basilio as a middle middleweight.
weight. middleweight. This would seem to depe
on whether or not Sugar Ray Ro Robinson
binson Robinson lights again.
Shortly before leaving for the
hospital the otther, day in Chica Chicago,
go, Chicago, Basilio !laid to us: guess
153 is about as much weight as I
can every carry and stilt be fit.
I had hoped to hit 155 or 156 for
this light but, the weight woundl't

71's a matter. of fact, several
weeks-earlier in ,Miami he told
us he would come in "two'or three
pounds heavier" than he bad for
the first fight. last September whnn
he weighed 153 .1-2'
For 10 rounds he had 'fought Ro Robinson
binson Robinson with a sightless jeft eye
and had taken 'a trihtful pasting:
Nevertheless, he was eager to hee
him third time... "We'd have to
give him most of the money but
I want him anyway.".
Then he voltmteered a diseloiure
which betrayed his thinking with1
respect to the future.., "You know,'
48 hours before...my last float with'
Tony DeMarco weighed 152 1-2.
And guess what I WitS lit weigh weighin
in weighin time! '145
To us this wai lipoff that if
Robinson retires Basin would re return
turn return to the welterweight division
from which he resigned as cham champion
pion champion to. campaign among the 160-
pounders. Re appeared ta be as assuring
suring assuring ut hovt simple it would be
for, him, to mike, the 147-pound
requirement,, if Itehad to..

, , ' The Man's' Had It ,,
There are several sound reasons
,'
why he would be'thinkimg in these
with. 03) The welterweight divt divtmiddleweight
middleweight divtmiddleweight he could draw big
with., 03). Thew elterweight, divi-
sion le quite active these' 'days.
(C)And he himself is at best ,,00
more than an out-size welter.,
, Our guesi is that Robinson won't
fight again. Those' who take a ton.
,,' Wary view mentiow his debts,
stress the adoration he has for the
folding stuff, and picture a rubber
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ly admithe'll quit'how, for he
has had it, definitely. ,,'
We believed he haeeniugh ielt
of the old black magic to take Ba Basill
sill Basill and said so ,in this space,
same,,- we, were It' shocked
to see bow little' he bad- left. Any,
strong,Igame ,medlocrity would
have made him quit, Spider Webb,
llory Calhoun, maybe even the
drearily' conservative Joey Giar

dello. ,
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These days 4 is nolonger neces necessary
sary necessary to beat Robinson., Make him
work and he'll beat himself. This
may be over-simplification, yet we
think it is' essentially true. The
clinch has now become his most
dependable asset. t's the desper desperately
ately desperately needed paute that refreshes.
In this respect Basilio 'couldn't
have cooperated more handsomely.
Whenever Robinson needed rest,
the sawed of; little gamecock
from upstate unfailingly, unwitting unwittingly
ly unwittingly obliged... "Why didn't you shake
him off and force him, to use his
legs?'! -we asked.,' "T'fight best
in close,", Basilio answered. 5
Tarnished Glory

That would be true only when
'he has punching Tobm, and this
time Robinson stood belly to belly
with him; at the same time locking
his left arm,, The end result was
that Robinson' used. the : clin,ches
as breathers and Basillo as a
stooge,' a happy combination 4 of
circumstances which made hits
look much better than he was, or
is. -
'I may, be safely aistime, too,
,that ,,Joe Louis' dismal expesiences
loom waringly in his medititions.
The. Bomber stayed around too
long', and much oil the glitter a
bis greatness was tarnished ,, in
stumbling, over-the-hill e f f or t a.
There is too much swagger In Ro Robinson
binson Robinson for that to happen to him.

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Ma C 1111 331 all a tirt 11 Hear Perfect
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spectacle. A' ,,, :- : l',T, '', '-t-
Robinson'ias lawaii 'iSid:o l'I'n '' : ' '
quit when I know:I've had iti No-
Teanlvoriti1J
body will have to,tell ine.",,Talting ., 1 s
hiM It hiS '.wurcl.:..4' a' naive and '''- .- : ., .,-
dangerous thing to.do,',07e instant- For-Boston C
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THE GOLDEN
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TEE EANAMA AMET,ICAN AN INDErET LAILY N'L2

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BOSTODP (UP) Near-perfect
teamwork gave the Boston Celtics
a rousing 136-112 victory over the
St. Louis Hawks Sunday in their
National Basketball Assn. cham championship,series.
pionship,series. championship,series.
The two teams now move into
the third game of the best-of-seven
aeries Wednesday night at St.
Louis tied at one game each.
Boston offset a tremendous un unman
man unman performance by Cliff Hagan
of the, Hawks, who sank 10bas 10baskets
kets 10baskets and 17 of 13 foul attempts
for 37 points.,
- Bob Cousy was high scorer fort
Bostonwitn,.25.points. Bill. Shar Sharman
man Sharman and .Rustell -bad 22
points, apiece. I

fowed with a doub to tenter.
which scored prump and Barber.
Mason struck out for the' first out.

-torager drew, his arm,,
,
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punkt and Carpenter, In Abe sec- which scored Crump and Bar
her -y--1; -- Lou-ma 0
ond, the Pols really iced the game Mason struck out for the first out. the -, Yan e 1
with a 6 run, 5 hit onslaughtRon- McElhone singled to right scoring
1 te ep oned gu I es, areund Ins chest. .', t, ,' .. -.,
eyes Iln, the 'midwest. it -Maguo o I'lle's a, bad.outlielder and, al-.
ways ;will', be.: He's ,- too slow I -.4
;de Crump opened the inning with Bernstein. Will fanned for the sec- didn't miss ou Bill Skowron, ,T0-
a triple to right,lield..,Barber was ond out,Karpinskkthen came
ny Kubek and 'Worm Siehern.,'He
timed him 20 or more tlints o- '
g
4ng to first 'base in 4.3, and 4.4 ',
walked,,, and Stu Bernotein fol- 'through ,with his ,seCond double,
tle Hanna w-ho is lo- the lit- we iery
a d be wasn't 'intersted. The rich ,t,,, , , ,, ..,,,
, .,2,:-.4 semi McElhone with the '13' inn:
:',, ,-,. .. "' 4 .:: 'Inine'ngs, f th r Ili hie C r er ' '' f 'ails -arnt IS goods,enough bite 4.
I, ,1 A,.. ,..; i., ' '- Ur Un. C d a d en hicl.;,:r.-0,,,,,' .... ,- t i ,,. '.,, 'v.,. rdidn'tlike the fact that he didn'4.
--"P. -iter next.came to hat an grew , .n- I
)r t.-,,, asso
M z young f p
qd 'to third. He reached first wr '' "A,' 'ayer, getb, it r 41 .,,
g aduate from hi h i school.,
hen ,hnuid a g e,
' RoscOe fumbled the ball,,,', with cholson's kW. ot moneil n '', ii. was. signed,' you see,,,' whoehis ',
Ns eiv; -Yor'it', club made 007 'a tok-,Ltwitc-,, 'f ,. c ,I,, , ,.. k
, h .. ,:, v Karpinsld scoring On -the' play. least ,be able to Pis3 ,Ik"- I'm ,f class graduated.' But X don't like,
' Ail r .. ,- ''' .--1- -1-' '4 Park then 'doubled bringidt -car- , ,',,,,,, --' it, :, ,..-7,- I kids liko-, thi"ivi.-A,...4,. .........
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. rani men vouolea .Drmgmutarlf , tkids',.liki,...thtiCtv. fin-don't
'..:)peinter-bonwith Me, toixth run of ,', el lid'. I ati indicaten thsit,"Nnt-ndthiTui-
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nin 131 GUN CLUB att.', It, indtcates that soreething
4 till inning. ; along the line Is. 'wfong(;; What
' : 4 sdrre waS ha doing in tha iata,;aa

- Wa3 he doing in ,the rvenin
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second after one man MIS. OUt.

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; .. ., ., It, I STODAI,..1 -',,,,I, ,.: more, ITIOneY. thaRi wa:, prieet of Jilt.,
,. ,. ,-, 1 ',.. Terry Conley was hit on the head f' 7 ''' )---r-- '.'q---''' 4.,,,i' r.,..,,!'" '''''.4"t-', ',' e'''',-rrrtro -1-- ', ,, '7,
, ,... , ,.-., ,,,,, ,,, by, a'' pitched ball.,"Fortunately he -- .., ')rli
was wearing a batting lielmet, -but ;,..011 i ,,,11 ., ,- Beardless Youths, DIV. tee. eived :
Dr, Maiset
.k playing Ilarvey 13ealr
lit the semifinal rotmd of the 1195)34 s a precaution was sent to Coco 1",- 1.,' --' '' '' ' ''' seat,on the, New 'York ,1ock le v.,'
le' Hospital,"1 r.- xittnuat'ot 1 "Casey"1 CasanoNta seemed the. change The dutt ts- ".
Esso, Golf,,,Tournament lit 'the 'Pa- Ke th M L d t c'k 'C e I I, I ont shooter, preseg who was at' b '' PaY.1"--- 0, holdette '.'
nama ,Golf Club, found the toing ei c eo oo on ere place Y .. .. .. onuses to untriedAthletes start,,,i,-
much to his Iiiiing,Saturday lifter on Ihe ,hase piths.-,Tad Citnipbellall familiar ,witit e promem or
en with Dick' Wakefield, mitt,
', beat out a hit to teCondadvancing rnting,,properlY front 20-yard $52,000 iro D tr 1 ' g
ft, e m fin 1941. ) to
noort;',ond wound up the victor. bY m andicap position at the March 26 .,,,,,A
4 score (4'5 'and ,L, Playing wan' a, ,,,
eLeod. M Cl II d'
,. c e an WAS, walked
f 4 the Cristobal' Gun "'or,
Lthe,,Tigera,gave. 668,500 pitin r
hAndicap of '9 over' Beall's 4prse-1-111mg Ine bases. Karpinski then longing, o b tWO, Cat to Catcher Frank tiouse.'l :
untocked ' wild pitth allOWIDE Mc- Club's pellet-propelling mem erg.
Maggot played with a 4-stroke art, L d t - Art Sutton came 'closest 'of the who mores recently was 'traded' le' ''
vantage over Beall,. and it proved eo o score Coca Cola 3 first ,,c ,i h 1 Kansas Cit4 '',.,- ;,.'.4 V5 ,t,t '4 W4!,,
too much for the lowerg-handicap
run. Bobi Hutchings then hit ', to bunch to sc g asey s ee 3, ,
) n ,1950 the Indian paid $125,
h t t )IA b t ni downed 190 ,Geerge Lopp 1
ped Beall. , s or s op cElhonm who" fumbled u 0 Y 1 b th '000 to.,4Billy'loe-D vill,40 -'' d'
, ., the ball for one .'of his very rare destroyed 18 c ays, ut the o er, a ,, n an
' ,.. ), 'errors. Campbell came in' on the
-Id 'the other sem the-P a
Trapsters scored too low, to bear ir tes $100,0oo 10 NMI Pet4,.
dine! "round ... ti , .., ,,, tit,"." a then pitcher now;trving tO
match in the championshin itiott may to,encl,Cola's scoring for, the atu.c
' dAY,.. 'L. , 4,, --, - P aY st base in Triple A,. When,
ot the Esso tourney,' Al Saarinen Sadly', mostf Cristonahtes.. are the Dodgers signed 18-year-nld Jun-,
gave Gus Kosik four strokes but 4, The Police scOred a i '-in' 'tli ,'
" n faster than theY .',)' are accurate Gentile ,,for' $50,000 he explained ''.
managed to -come out on ten as'
hird h 'St .13
w en u ernstem retched (Tom Sellers. not counted, and the ,l'I,,wented -to th th ''''
Kosik four ,strokes but kmanaged econd on Ralph Bender's error of st uon. improved .1noderately k , ,, go mil e Yon,- ,,
1 ua tea, ,but it Was strictly, a ques4,
to- come out on top as Ko .k
In was is fly ball to centerfield. He later ds were shot
scored on a bad throw' by catcher when the Skeet tom 1.,. At AnArt.,,,. ., ,, , ,,
unable to Capitalize on his advintz ,,,,,.,.h N speed being the. essenee of '. the. ''''''"' ''''''"""
1
''
, ., ,, , ,, 1..''The"),,,father of, a 13recociou
age. Saarinen was-in smart form ''"'""'"' ..). '..-)- -:.,4,-' .
.,..... .,...,,,. -.... t ... .) ) ,,,,... .--:'' t game,' 'N, .' : ,,r -, ..' ...,,:: -- I shrtstdr ,hivited tlub 'officials to

IIV faggot played with a 4-atroki art,uucocacu a wilq pitca allowmg MC MCLeod,
Leod, MCLeod, to 'score Coca 'Cola's first
Ivantage over Beall,' and it proved' run. Bobi Hutchings, then hit to
to much for ,the lowegrhandicap lowegrhandicapped
ped lowegrhandicapped Beall. ', , short stop14 McEllione whoe fumbled
i the ball for, one -of bis very rare
I -In the other semifinal iimind errors, Campbell came b. on the
scoring for, the
1 match in the championshiP flighttRlaY tl) en4'..CIa'll
-

IF---- '" i'"'"" 4""""16'" his fly ball to centerfield. Ile later
1 0 come ou on top as Kosik was scored 011 a bad throw by catcher
unable to capitalize On his advent.; Crouch. -).' ',., ": .,1 !,...
age. Saarinen was in smart form,
and Kosik, despite great ,effort. i '' '
For Coca t,ola., it ,was a. teugh
was unable to win. The match was less for they are capable'of far
close, however, witli Saarnien win winning
ning winning 1up to enter the final round better ball than they. displayed in
the series.' Of the five hits they
of PlaY, which is scheduled tor next
week end. -- k ,, ,,, ,-.0 ,,, ,, made in the two games, only one
1 In the consolation round of the was a real hard hit ball. And with withcliampionship
cliampionship withcliampionship flight, Roberto Ton,. out hitting, it is hard to Will baU
res, taking a 2-stroke advantage in IlmAes' Their nine errnrs in' the
handicap from Bill LeBrun won hyr..,. ,4ere probably ATIOre than
,

liandicap from Bill Le Brun, wid by rieui ;were' pronably Anore- t a i 7. --t.
they had made all year,, .',''II: ILI', Teb lue.4 inmagwwaer-die;m'es'-iO-J-inp';'eltiriO'Ol Iltittl'e; 'osfullsineY";78'1u;ge'','' d4.'eci4' J'.
ed es well as Torres under the hot
a, score of 2 and 1. Le Brun play- For the Police Pals, i i
sun, but Torres was not to be de-rwell ,deserved ,victory., Th Ali had
A Wa- t for its top hands, and Illlualt- that' Washington 'ant' system, or
nied,'In the other semifinal roondthe pitching, ,with. Will and gar garA
A garA ------ '--- fled persons are ',informed that what' ,passes for 0064 says' "Thes
shot-guns Commence to 'Speak clUbs that' are 'paying fancy Vic-,
match in the same flight. captainlPInski Aurnint ,,in beautiful per, h Wednesday at 4:30 MI, awl es foi 'bonus babies lire, curious-.
,, .,

match in the same flight, Captain
a e o oo ir orce -,Base ,,
K d f Albr k A F rnine ,in beautifid ner,
, ., ey le e we an
formanCe''-TE f Id d it F d each Wednesday,at,4:30 0111, nod! es for ,,,bonus babies 'ire, curious-
on ,the first Sunday morning of iv thine Ant' quarreled about up.:;
won by default over Ernesto' de la l'ileK hit 'the ball hard,. especially
vice month it 10..31' If the tours
Di1111 th ir established pleYers meiLl.
Guardia Jr.. by deletdt.-, ,- ', , , wit runnera on the bases. ' .,' threaten interference with flintily ;4
n eb -a biick i'dav" ;
, In the first flight matches;Bilack The.,manager, Howard Wille.and L th ge fat host "-eV, Y , -r: '. '
meal-times, eo, e n ,,,,,,, , ,- ., ,, r
Heftier, living Paul Baumgardner coach 'Bud McElhone are to ,s be .3 always prepared to cope with ,',,,, T 4,-- I :,, I 7
a, two-stroke advantage; managredlcongratulated,on their job of bring- 1 u -, , .t... ,., le to- 1 ; n, I 7
to' come Out on top by a score obi!) g, their team to its peak for this aPPe' ea. '' ... a 4 't -. ,-,3DortS- line's 4
..

eneCp7.2.1-o-finTiire-srtm-ajn-s'er7rIsevalser.les;Th- e polite pai

John Westman surprisedisertev me ponce po
.11v Wring nvpr,Inrom Pnwi ond half, W18 far b

himself:by tilti4-oVe'rTio-rierife;r1121111 half, was far hetw their first

alms ny taiung ,over,Jorge soyd ''''','
by a sCore- of three and two,, Lulu., wao ;au MUM, 1,41eir mrsL
both haif showing, but theY'' were at
itheir best in this.,,,series when the
having the came handicap of 1.6.y
, In the censolation round ou the $hips,.were clown.. i ,:, ,:-- .. ..
first Bight, Harrington took Over : w2, ; :,'-':.,,,
Paul Duran b3r score of one up, ',.. The', box score:' ',, '...,..,f ',' ,''
and Dr Tapia, playing Miguel Mon ,', s' ; '-' ,:,. I.'
zo even handicap, played to a 23- Police Pali ' Ab R B ni ACE

hole even score until stopped by,McElhone, ss :. 4 1.1.2:0-1
darkness Sunday evening. i3oth bothyill,.cf.7., ..,: k.'. 4 0.010 0

darkness Sunday evening. ifoilt
81's on the first 18, and wound
even in score. The five extra holes Carnenter, c
up Karpinski,' p
found them still even and-they oill Park, 3b,
finish of their match next week ; t'rumP, 4'3'
Louis Martinz, Chairman, o' the Barber,'11
greens and grounds. committee Bernstein, 11
stated Sunday that 'additional work Mason. rf
waa being done around No. 15 Totals
green tp Flearout, unsightly and

yards of earth.
, At the .compretion. of these two
projects, which are expected to
improve considerably the,view be between
tween between fairways, eliminate pract practice
ice practice into No. 9 and No. 18 fairways,
and generally improve the greens
1, area, the two areast presently
cleared will be sodded and land landscaped
scaped landscaped for play. As previously an announced,
nounced, announced, a new, practice tee will
be built permittinc,practice from
near No. 10 tee into No. 14 fair fairway
way fairway area. 4, 1
',Martins alsomentioned that, witfi
the coming of the rainy season,
the present length of,rough througn
out the course will be kept at pre-il
sent height, if possible.' The dry'
season cutting of the unusually (1
high rough areas has permitted!,
considerably, better play and,f her
said that he hopes Oveither
mitting) to keep the height of the
-rough tr its -present kvel -during I
the rainy SellSOno, ';
, ,

11'14: E
ss 4 1 1 2: 0 -1
Will,. efi 4 '0. 0 :L1,' 0 0
Karpinski' p 2' 3 0 0
Carnenter, 4 1., 1.; 0 ; 0
Park,, 3b 3:: 0 1 .0 0 ,:': 1
Crump; ,213. 2 1.: ;1; 0
Birber,-lb 1,. 1 0 2 0 0
Bernstein, 11, 3 2 2 :0 0
Mason; -rt : 3, 0 0 : 0- 0 :0
Totals -211 it IS 2

inosquito-breeding spots7tie Cols 'Bettlers'.4.- t
between No. 10 and No. 14 fair- !Roscoe, 3b 3 0-- 1 2 ; 2., 1
ways, he said, involves the move- P 3 0 I.,. 0 I
ment of ,', approximately: .40000 Crouch,:, c ; '3 0 0 3 r,0 1
square yirds in an area about 290 Bender, ,cf 1 .0 0 0 ,0' 1
200 yards, The actual earth Inove Tobin, ,cf : 2 0 0 1,' 0 0
ment, approximates,. 20,000 cubic Sanchez', lb 0' 0 .10 1 0
yards of earth. .,, 1Conley rf ,',, 0 -0 0 4 0 ; 0- 0
, At -the :completion', 'of these twoMcLeod, ." ',' 2 I 01; 1 0
projects, which are expected to Campbell, 2b '- 2 1 1: 2', 0
improve considerably the, view be- MeCtelland Is. 1 0, 0 1
tween fairways, eliminate .pract- a-Williford 1.' 0 0 0 O. 0
ice into No. 9 and No. 18 -fairways, Hutchings, lf, .1 0 0", 0 .'0 0
and generally improve the greena h-Griffon : 1 0 0 0 0, 0
1, area, the two areal( presently Totals. .,23 i 2 3. 18 It S
olanratet will lus

a-struck out for McClelland in fith
b-struck out for Hutchings in 6th,
Police Pals 1 6 1 0 0 0-4 9 2
Coca Cola 0 2 0 0 0 0-2 3 5
11131-4icElhalne, Karpinskl, Carpen
tero Bernstein 2B-Karpinski 2,
Bernstein 2. Carpenter, Park. .3B .3BCrump.
Crump. .3BCrump. HBP-Conley :by Karpinski,
DP-McElhone unassisted, Roscoe
to Sanchez to Roscoe.
LOB-Police 5, Coca Coli 7. BB-off
Wilder 2, off Karpinski 3. SO-by
Wilder 3, by Karpinski 11. ER-Police
5; Coca Cola 1, WP-Kerpinskl.
Umpirevaully, Rosenkrantk May,
Wood. Storer-Brooks.. ,"
,

'', By HARRY GRAYSON', ., ,1
,
.1
' ST.' PETERSBUBG, Fla. (NEA)
I .., 3
Afger, a quick look at Dave .... ti
Nicholson in Scottsdale, Paul Bich-,
Ards announced that the St. Lots I
sandlotter would, be sent to a D ilk 1 ' '
league "to learn how to play base- 10, s -,
ball.' ; s', ''.. -- ii i
4 This is the 18-year-old outtleM,
, .,
et for whose rontrget the Balti-, 1; e's,
more club shelled ; out 4135.000 1,l. -
Two automobiles ancl a neoutings i , '-'st
job for his father went 'In t h et 4 74.
deal.' ''' Y'''''''. ''' 1 ''. ' ','. ar, Z
. 'It's cruel to put ad early won't ,-. , '6
do Jabel. on a youngster, but this ',1k, k ..
.
is repeatedly brought 'ibout 'bY it iv,
eager beaver front offices trying ;7, ,' .1 ",
to get there first bi the mad riish it'
1
. 4$
.,
for talent. ., ..., ,. ,'' ' '1,1 ...,..,,, ,. l
- Scouting reports of clubs other' ,"- s s
than the Orioles indicate that Ni- 1!1' sT ., s ts :
,.
cholson moy be the biggest' bonus 144 ' .," ,
I
bust of them AIL And there "thave ,' t g ; ''
sOn.. ,,,, -,1 ',d, ', ' : 'ft I
been some pippins-, starting with L ,,,, k
Foul ,Pettit and Billy Joe David-I .,, ,.', -- t I
L:ri,didtitDalile'll thchols:lson 'at all ''''.''' 411414' i
., Nicholson; who ,' ,,weighs ,, 210 ,.s --,-,-,' 0 C 0 Il ....,.:IJ
pounds, packed ,power -, batting a ---- - 'f,- ' , ,, .. .,, ,, g,,
l-s343 in mon school in-1956,?, nearly kleagu Ihese;(1sYs,u, '', Commented ' $
.300 i'la; as ,Ban Johnson League gu1$31."'; '-i ' ,''' .s, s ' ' ''41.
eerosrapoin se,417.1argely' of college Plar-1
. , t.,,,,,.,s: ....., tetharked a tainous major leat,-us '''- i w. 4
:,a ,,---p toll l'';' ,....',--....., -'... scout.,-..ild'; t',-; tailed -,- hiin 3 '
.
i Whit othar outfits were-falling ga stes. t aW pitchers whont I '
at over themselves ,seeking Abe Ivuldl!'t look,- fit..' ,frightfu pitch.. s'
big' boy's signature, Lee ; M a 0-, fra,,L'Rtkike him out 14 or 15 times. .. 'I" 1 t
Ca.,,,wthrtnaA T Alt Milfu010.
Phall, ', assistant to George Weiss) lie S''got a blind ,spot here,' and ,., : ,1
the lit- tile' 10!y:forager drew, his a nny,, '

,
"----- 7 ri ''' 4' ,'' 'play first base in Triple A, Wheti-,
Sadly 4 most; pristobal tes. are the Ddgers signed 18-year-old hin-
Gentile fors $50,000 he -.. explained ;'-i
to go ,with, the 'Van,'
iituation improved : moderately keet',but:it: Was strictly, g ques4,
'aTsotmer stehuaenrsthooety ,00',oaorteed'- Igacoctird tahtee,,ntwanted .,
when the 'Skeet 'rounds were shot, tion of ;clough;',' .'s ":.:,' , :, , 1,-, : ',.
;peed being the essenee ,c,f ..,, th, eb. Ishe -',,,,,father ,, of, a tprecocioui.:..
game!. -i;,',:7 ,r.:-' l'',,: -: -.: -..' ,,,:1,-.:; 4-: shrtsttip invited 'Cub officials to .,
'-- : :' ' eg ul:' s T '''. ''. his home' to's-stand irt line on a'
', : :,-, i- ,, 3 411 !,. : ,' -' certabt' date !When offers were to
' ' -' ::', '''',.''' ,'"';;;' -":' '-',',-, '-.; TA' : be ,. considered., Baltiolore .' Signed
..f. Sutton 4 41.(41:"'.0, ': ,s..--':, i '' one Bruce Swango, for-, a bundle
1
-:' ,,:;..2,.; ,7,:. .. ,: 23 after ,hk 'swarmed' ;lip lo ,a high
' schbol gymnasium. ',',':Theis -.: Paul '
3asanova (21:L SO'''.
r"oo,LWaPK1Ptueer(t29e, JrOhgtan.4.s:toia ,.., : ,,,.. ,,, ,. ,, 2t,,
, 21 ft ichards-siound that S w it n g 0 ', s,
ga..),; ,?.sl ". 7,,Tujdn. ..1.' pLtch in' froot, of; people. :
V. J., $chextia3rder :(20

; ...SKEET .'
. , ,''
Sutton (Alla 23
-',, Loup (29- ga.) -. :
',Walter Johnston :'; 1 23
3o Kueter C410)
Casanova (21. 21
IV. J., Scheanayder '(20 ga),;7120

1
.i ,:','7:
'.. .; AT, TAPAPA
St.' Louis .(N) L000 000.000'
Chicago 0..) -, 010100 41V 2-9---I
-Wehmeler, (T) and
Smith,: Pierce: Wilon OD and
Baitey.-,,WP-Pierce, LP:,:t. Mizell.
HRSLandia,-,Rive,ra..-
,AT'. PT. MYERS
(NY ,; 003 000 000 t ST-11
Pitss.' (N) 000 020 002,14-69-0
Burdette, ,'13uhl, (5) and; sawst sawstwitt,
witt, sawstwitt, Blackburn (5), Osen Osenbaugh,
baugh, Osenbaugh, (8) and Polies: WPOsen-,
baugh.. LPBuhl,' ,11B4Hersh.
,- yr ,;
4.4..,ST PETERSBURG
'fr e,' St. Petersburg,: .1,.
Los Ange. (N) 030 030 100 s
001 2,04
Newcombe,' Sherry (5),' Collum
(8) and Walker), Sturdivant Grim
(6), Duren (8),, Monroe. (9)- and
Berra,, Howard, (5). --if New Newcombe.,
combe., Newcombe., LP--Sturdivant. HR-7Tack

r
AT WEET, PALM BEACH
net. (A) 0 100 000 304 813-4
Kan. City' (a') '300 002,00x $-8-0
Lary, Preske, ,cry -and, Lau;
Maas, Herbert 17) and House.
WP.Maas. LP,. Lary.' MR
kuenu..

'4 AT ORLANO0
Boston (A) 000 015 110 8'10 2
Wash. ,(A), 000 200 100 3-6-0
,Schrolle Wall (6), Kiely (9) and
H. Sullivan, Daley (1); Byerly
Wiesler (5),, Clevenger CO, Saban
and Courtney. WPSchroll. LP,
Wieder:- 1111-45tepheas.--6.4.
.

-, . .
:q,OLYSAPIC A011 DEBATED
90AUSANNE,,,, Switzerland (UP)
The International Olympic -Com.--
mittee will, consider 'at its Tokye
'meeting May 14-17 whether to ro- :
store- bohsledding',to,lhe program,
for Ihe 1960), winter, 0 mpics ''at
Squaw i Valley,'; Calif.,- he sport ,.
originalbt :wall,' droppe when it
(1,
appeared 'that only a handful of
countries 'mould enter, teams.- .
","LINCOLN ROAD:TRIMMED. ',
'AQUA CALIENTE, Mex. (UP)
-The latest revision of the Cali- -
ente future book for the Ke.ntuchr
Derby showed, today that Lincoln
Road had been rrimmed from 103
to 1 to 20 to', 1'. Lincoln, Road fin--
ished -second in the florid; Der-'
by Saturday to'llm Tam,,' the 2
' to t favorite ,for ,the -,:-.Kentucky ti
Derhy6;!"1,-7 ,-,3 r --.fi .'
, ,,,,;---.1,,,, -;,-,-,..--,..N, .,, ', ,
,,,, REDSKINS SION NOLAN
WASHINGTON, (UP)',, ,--, The
Washengton, Redskins have signed
Dan' Nolak; the quarterback who
led' the 'Lehigh football team to an
B-1,' record' last fall,, Nolan com-
pleted 47, of 1.21passos,l, k for
touchdowns.' ,1-, ', ,;4,' 4, ,,,,-", ;
,,v,..',,,-,:,t-,!, ,,,,t,',';',",,,,,' -,, , ..
- ( ,1,,,, LOTS OF STAMINA ' ';',
' 4ST,, AUGUSTINE, ,Fla. (UP)'
icor i ',63-year-old goller, 'E. II.
Roberts -of Rochester, N.Y.,- sure
has stamina'. Roberts wcm the
American Seniors 'championship
Saturday bY beating' John W. Rob-,
erts of Columbus, oklo,, in the ft,
nal' Iu the, seventh extra hole.
, ,.
,,,
' STEADYt REPEATERS ,
'SYRACUSE,. N.-, Y. -- (NEA) --
Of the 28,000,, entrants in this
year's American ' Cowling, con- i
gress Tournament, 'to be held here. 1
starting Aprd-123, 12 keglers hal, f
.,been,in 49, pr, Jnore of the el a tom ii., 1
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''''. ---- --" ----""' ; y, .""" s"""'"'''" of the, Hawks, who sank 10. pas- season cutting of o the unusuall (to Sanchez to Roscoe. Boston (A) : 000 015 110 II 10 2
I Also: ., i Cow Qui& Andel' kets and 17. of 18 :foul attempts high. rough areas has permittediLOB-Police 5, Coca.Cola 7.,1313-Off Wash.:, (A),' .' ', 000 200.100, 1 MALPTt REPEATERS
STRA U N y ( E ')
, ,, .:.. ,HORS!; :- .;
3-4-4 Of- theC 28SE04 'entiants.NitiA this'
. ,, .. , ,L Nuesteas Mae ,' '' '.'.0 Also: - for 37 points. -' .: considerably, better play and,f, he Wilder 2, off Karpinski 3. SO-by ,Schroll Wall (6), Kiely (9) and .
- ----or Alset-o,-......... SON Op -With, 1 d A
ar's memcan ' itowlin u
9 a9 it,,,,y,arela , Bob Cousy was high scorer fort said that he hopes Oveither per41Wilder 3, by Kaminski 11- ER-Po- H. Sullivan,: Daley (1);. Byerly Ye g Co , i
-- ,. --"PlIANKEf,ISTEIN' -----,-, ,-,s-DRUMSAcnost,..
r
Boston-with- 25.points. Bill Sher- mining) to keep the, height of thellice 5; Coca Cola 1, WP-Karpinskl. Wiesler (5),, Clevenger (7), Saban gress Tournament, to be held here. 1
, S; T A ft CO .. WO. Basil, Aathbens ,,ILUCHA BS MAAS THE BITER ,-,
1
.
man ,,and ',Bill ,.Russell had 22 rough ter Its -present level-duringiUmpires,aully, Rosenkrantz May and Courtney. WP--Schroll. I,,P, starting Apr4-23, 12 keglers hal, (
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- ., WARW. $115.00 i
siirial );;;IILL .iniuning VW Jen Robmson' reures ,15115111U .
Wiulta kg- , ,, , , !umbra vy iatung.over,Jorge ,uoy(r.--v ---, "'."" olt ',ovum tocor: Au:51 -,-; t --- l's I
,.- That w Id b tr
epartments. ' turn to 'the welterweight divIsion ,. .,
111 h b C f d - 'half showing but they'. t
ou e ue o y w en y a s ore o three an two,, both , were a ... : "1,. '. -q-OLYPAPIC,BOB DEBATED i ,,
Victor Mat in . a
, 'INTERNATIONAL POLICE" 1
' ' ' ' from which he resigned as them- he has ;punching 'roOm, -and this having the came- handicap of 16.'-' i their. best in this,series When the v.,: , ,''', T.'. 4.AUSANNE, Switzerland 1UP) ': I ,,
. i John Mills in- The Dodgers' old pro 11 k th 160. time Robinson-stood belly to belly In the censolation round of.
' them respectable' 1)61 the awiloaseepf pion to. carimaign' among e the ehips,.were dowe.. , ,.,, 4,,,,.,.-.4.: ,. -',
x score... -,, .;.,.f ,. ,,, i .9;. , ,.:
' ', '. '' '': ''.. ...:. .: .!, ''. '1'112: 'I'he International Olympie -CoM.--:'
xhiultion -- :
J - '''' Mittee will. eonsider 'at its Tokye .. 4
.' TOWN ON TRIAL" o. potinders. He "appeared td be as- with hint; at.the same time lockthg, first Bight Harrington took over . .4: ; -,.,, - .-aMeS
v gamPanella is a killing blow. tiring tur how' simple it would-be his left' arM,, The end result wasi au uran bY score of one up, .. e,
, Philadelphia may make a bid ..- 4 e 'meeting May 14-17 :whether to re- -
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23 relics rail ', Ab R Rile ACE
; r. iiim, to: mike, the'. 147-pound that Robinson' Used. the Clin.ches and Dr. TaPia. PlaYing Miguel Mon ,,,4, - ; ',, .' 7,. ,.,;.... -,,,..,... ).':;,: ,',.; :',...,' I 4.' .1,i..-, store, bobsledding .to.,"the program, ,,
. ; , .. .. --. 4.:, ai last 'year, but it la doubtful req remen ,-.1 a a .. ...,,. as breathers and Basal as s zo even handicap, Played to
' ' ' After- that ou ha th ''' ui t t b "b, d to' -'
'' t -a- ha combination
orli Ale Ng Nil on mg ow ra ., Y ve a real ..... .. .: . -.,....-,,,: ,, ,. s ooge, ppy .
, of hole even score until stopped by -' ', --.... i .. ,' ,:-' for the 1960), winter, mpics 'at 4, 'I,
McElhone, as ... 4 1 1 2 : 0 -1 ', '. -t .. '', :,'. .".'"' ; Squaw ,-Valley,';', Calif.'. he sport -,
hi- ,, , aiso-rans -Pittsburgh lacks pitch. ' .' .: ''. The Man's' Had It ,', .. circumstances which made hun d rk S d 13 th b dWill. cf .. ,' 4 1 0 1 0 0 ' '' ''' AT TAMPA '.' '-' any ,' d h it '," l
a, nese mi. ay evening. o a 7 .:'-',-- i ''' ::: origin ,, was., topple w en :,
,,,. 11 -1 ing; the Giants are ,ushooting for
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than he was or
There- are several sound reasons look much better 81 s on the first 18, and wound u
even in score The f t h
whv h uld he4thinking in -these IL ' .'.,.. '', . we ex ra (hes Karpinski, p ,., 4 2 3 2, 0 0 St. Louis (N) L000 000.000 0-1-4! appeared 'that only- a handful. of I '1
, P Carnenter c '..- ,. 4 1 1 '11 1 O'Chi o 4M A" 010 100 41i0 2-4-1 4' uld .t t ' ,,,V,
P k b' '' '0' '' '' eag 'W ,. countries- .wo ett er, earns. ,. ,,,,,
, whil the Clibs have a poor out- - e . ... , '',.... found them still even and-they elll ar ,, 3 , ;, 3 1 .0 0 ,- 1I. Mizell, ehmeier (T) lea n. -, .k, ,,,, I' t, ......-4, ,' )o ,' ,i
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, Leo le ,,',noor power..., poor. pitching
- with. (B) The welterweight' divi- 1,----- --
'''I may, be safely assume oo,
finish of their Anatch next week .;', Crump, .213'; "! 2 '1 1 : 0 ,l, ;01Smith; Pierce, : WitS011 (0) and "-:L'INCt)L14 ROAD:TRIMMED.; ' 1
. ddl ht h co Id draw, big r
' "a ., nu mem e u
I -,, ii d fair defense. ,
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n ROCK HUDSON .., s In the series, I'll take She Yank, with.. (B). Thew e rwe g , Louis Martinz Chairma - e Barber,-lb '''''-'4:"- 1- 1 0- 2', 0' 0 Batte ....WP-Pierce,' LP:-- Mizell. 4
It 4 ht divi- that Joe Louis' dismal expeniences , n o th , Y ., ., ,.. ,. QUA CALIENTE, Mex. .(ur
greens and,, grounds, committee Dernstem, It ,,,, 3 2 2 ti 0 0 HRS-Landis,,-Itive,ra. -,'The latest revision of the Call- ,-, -, 1
1 i I i h dlitions.
oom war n n is me i
I qui these'
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, Yvonne De Carle in : In,- siA games., ,,,,i, ''' ' Sin I te- act"' IlaYS. Bo bef Yt d around too stated Sunday that 'additional work Mason. 'rf '-. ,' 3, 0 0 0- 0 0 s. -. ,-,..;-., -, ,..
. mite future hoc for the Kentucky
- 8 "SEA DEVILS" .:' 1. ,-. 0, -', ': ,..- (C)And he himself. is at best ,,no The-, 11:l SaYe., ,. ,., waa being done aroued IVO., 45 Ietals ..'... -DI.' 9, it IS 1: 2 .'",' -'' AT'. PT. MYERS : :
, Derby showed. today that Lincoln 'I
' '' '''''', ' ' ', 4' ' more than an out-size weiter.,... long and mucti et tne. gutter,. L. green to clear out unsightly ,, and. ',' ' -- '- -' '' ., '' Mil. IN). k.'' 003 ow tm41' 3-1-' Roadbed been' trimmed from 103
ID A .U.I. SOLPERS, TAK 1 ''' RETURN Our guess is that Robinson won't his greatness was, tarmshed '' i
-n mos uito-br di t
q ee ng spo s. The area C Is Bellters''''''' -'' i' ''' 4-14 i ': 000 020 002,1 4-4-0 '
Ceee. e ,. , P tss. (N) ,1
blin r the-hill e f f o r t a. to-1 to 20 to4.1.,Lincoln. Road fin-,
11. fight again Those' who take a ton- num g, ove between No. 10 and No. 14 fair- !Roscoe, 3b .,..,:,..., 3 O.- 1 2 ; 2.- 1 -.. Burdette, Buhl (5) ana. Sawat- .1 i
ishea .80cm:id in the florid; Der-
.. I Tomorrow! I : '' ' t '.. , h swa er In Ro- ways, he said, involves the, move- Wilder, P ,. ., '' 3 0 1., 0 t., I iki;- Witt, Blackburn, (5), Conn- 4
Ul s t I ISOCA RATON, Pia (UP)-sam ', Wary'. view, mentiow his 'debts, There martoohmuca ha
ggn to him. by Saturday ta',Tim Tam,.' the 2
', 1 Snead and 4immy Demaret had attes the adoration he basica, the buis,on i t at t PPe ameunatre- t pp tely- .40,000 Crouch c ,-' ; ...-', '3 0 0 3 ',A 1 bau h 8) and Fodes. WP-Osen-,
;iirdsainraunkiluaraea bo t '' to Bender'' ,cf -';', 1 .0 0 ', 0 .1.' 1 ba ggh: (LP-Buhll'.11R,Hers11.', ,,,, to I favorite..for, ,the -;..Kentucky 1,
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n zormn NIGHT! ,. A their. revenge ,toda, on 'Torakichi folding stuff, and picture a rubher --i.,...,,,
I ' 71200 d Th t 1 ah u 29' T b f '' 2 0 0 0 u ''' ' ' '' ''' 1)eit(Y641';''''.-:14-'1' ''''' ''' '' '' ' ' ,
, id . $1,10 per CAR! -, (Pete) Nakamura and Koichi Ono, match with Basilio as a' 52 millioe l' ea--., yar s e ac ua eart inove o in, ,c is '.. : - I. 0 -, 3'r ,,,-,---.. -,., 4., ,,, ,-.;-..1.,,, -,,,..,,',' : ''. , I
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''ItEmakirS SIGN NOLAN ,. (
CI ' T ,r MARSHALL In the Japanese golfers who upset
e spectacle.:',.- .,, ...., ,, ,,,, ,, ., ., - .. -
"-. 1 th 1 t 1 the c d R b 'bag always' 'taid'' "I'll -.'
m as year n ana a Cup ,, o inson yards of ,, R''
:;- ,. ., earth. ,., ,. ,. ,, :Conley. rf !,,,,...,,.,,, 0 -.0 0 4 0 ,; 0- 0 11- 1- e ,' St PeterSbUrg 1. 0 WASIIINGTON,.(Up.),'',...,-,, The
, At the ompleb n, f these two McLeod, If- 2 1 01,1 '0 0 Los Ange. (N) 030 030 100 7-7-4.
T. ls .c '"'"
Washington, Redskiiis have signed
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III I WAS AIEENAGIt ''''. 'matches., Snead -. and Demaret quit when I know:I've had' Li Ne- earilvorit'l ins,-
, projects, which are expected to Camrell, 2b '' 2 1 1: 1 2'1 0,N.,,Y.(A) ,,,,- 001 200, 000:,',3-4-6'1' D ' N I th t h 1 ho
w ... wEREwar ,: -., combined' for a 140 Saturday to body will have to4ell'ine."',Taltine
- - ,. .' ,s- 4. im rove considerably the, b MCellnd s .1'0,0', 0 4 1 N be' Sh 1TY (5) CORM an n 414'
view e- c a .. s , ewcom , e quer er acic .w ,,
bea ;p
!I ' ' '' ,4-. .4 m t the JaPanese ale by two Min' st his ',Avord-4 a a led' the 'Lehigh footbaliteam to an 1
tween fairways, eliminate .pract- a-Williford -) 1.' 0' 0 0 O. 0 (8) and Walker), Sturdivant, Grim ,., ,, ,
i11 CI lis igicip int Ex- 231 KA strokes in an exhibition., :. .. dangerous thing to.do, 'we instant- .F Et ston Celts
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cr- o 11-t, recorq last fait, elan. com- il
ice into No. 9 and No. 18-fairways, Hutchings, lf, '1 0 O'''. 0 .'0 0 (6),,' Duren (8),' Monroe. (9) anti 1 ;,7,4 12 -, 1.
4' ...:" $''' 4. ,4.'' '. ,, , ,,,. -, ,.. ., f., ' - ' ' :, , ; and generally improve the greens h-Griffon : 2 1 0 0 0 0, 0 Berra,, Howard (5).. ,WP '-o New-
p e, ea a , 1..,passes,,,,,,,,r or ,
, -- -- -- ---- --- ' ' ' ..11.1..',. .BOSTOW (UP)' 4- Near-perfect area,
the two areas presently Totals- : ; ...23?- 2 3: 18 It 5 comb& LP--Stitrdivant HR-,Jack- tri,c,h,d,T11 ,,,,.,,..,,,,:en rr',, ,r;'',:t f
y teamwork gave the Boston Celtics cleared will be sodded and land- ,. - '' '''',', ' . -, eon.. ''. ,.., : z 7 '::''' ''''' : ' ' :
1 1 ' '' ' ' ': : .1;'' ,-,' I a rousing 136-112 Victory .over the
Hawks Sunday in their
a .' 'llis I' it fli tit 11 h (too-, it , ,. St. Lana ,
I scaped for . ( 4,,, LOTS OF STAMINA: ' .4; ',
play.. As previously ab- a-struck out lot McClelland in Oth ':,',' ; ;.-.-- ' ''. 14.A4
nounced,' a new, practice tee will b-struck out for Hutchings in 6th, AT. WE$T,. PALM BEACH .. ,..
. '0T AUGUSTINEi, Plc (UP)- ;
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- be r , ,, '100 000 30(i 8,13-4 r or ,a '.63-Year-old
- I '' 1 y ' x National Basketball Assn. cham built pe mitting,',practice from Police Palt,,,:, 1 6 1 0 0 0-8 9, 2 Het. (A) goner, 'E.. 1;1.
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' .. pionship,series..' ''. near No. 0 tee ,into Roberts -of Rochester N Y sure
N,o. 14 fair- Coca Cola -' 0 2 0 0 0 0-2..3 5 Kan.'City' (a') 'zoo ooz oox 5-8-0 , -,-
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, The two teams now move hito way area., ..,,... 4,, ,, 4..', ', A , , ,,, ,' ; Lary ', Preskis (7y 'and Lau'
... -' ' ' American' Seniors 'cha to shi
.,... .. ,, !! ,-,,,,,. 4,.. , the third game. of the best-of-ses- '''. Martins also4mentioned that Willi R131-.McElhome, Karpinskl, Carpen Maas,: Herbert 17) and House. , nIP n P
' 25e,, ,,,-.-----.,-,-ei Wks 2504 s-------, 20e.' 15c ' 25e 0 ' ' W dne day night at St. the coeng, f th t ,Ber stein, '2 .i 2B-K r I id 2 WP--,-M 8 LP .,-,,, Lary BR BR.
. BR. . ,- - ..-P-------,-----,..., .. en eerie, 0 s i o e rainy season, ero, ri a p ns sa ,,,.. Saturday by beatint John W. Rob-,
' 421Aliag ipus.od ''', 7: ,,TUH'Intit IN THE 4 NECESITO DINES :',, 9 O'Clock IliewT the resent len th frau b throu n Bernstein 2 Car enter Park .3B- kuenn
Louis tied at one game tad). '., p g g g ,,. P ,, .. , .... . , erts ,of o I
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",,-, l- ,' ' .' '..- -' nel,in thc seventh 1 1 le
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. Boston offset a tremendous one- out the course will be kent at preiCrump. HBP-Conley :by Kari:11718kt, ... ,, ----- -
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. SinaatAILV: ALIA with Jeff Cha dle ' With Fedi() Infnutwe' man performance by Cliff Hagan sent height, if possible; The drylDP-McElhone' unassisted;! Roscoe ,; AT ORLANDO , ,, .. ' L' '
.- n r THE GOLDEN STEADY', REPEATERS ,'
of the, Hawks, who sank )0. bas- season cutting of the unusually Ito Sanchez to Roscoe; ' Boston (A) '.': 000 015 110 It 10 2
L Also' ., i c 1 HORSE .-.
i COM3LIND .' . , on, Qui& Auden t ,- .....;, ; kets and 17. of 18 :foul attempts high rough preai has permitteds,L0B-Police 5, Coca Cola 7. BB-Off Wash.;,(A),' 000 200.100, 3-4-4 -SYRACUSE,,'N., Y..,-- (NEA) --
.! ., .. ; ' A, Nuestras nijas ,' '- ' '., Also' ; for 37 points. ,' .. .: considerably,, better play And,t heiWilder 2, off Karpinski 3. SO-by ,Schroll,, Wall (6), Kiely (9) and Of the' 28,000;entrants m this'
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' pe ki 11 o- H an D year's.' American itowline. con conBob
Bob conBob Cousy was high scorer for, said that he' hopes (weather rgo Wilder 3, by Karpms .. ER P ., Sulliv ,, aley (1),,, Byerly 1
-, , FRANKENSTEIN' -- --- DRUMS, Acnosa
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, . B00011.-Witil- 25.points., Bill. Sher- mining) to keep the height.of thellice 5, Coca Cola 1, WP-Kerpinskl. Mester (5),, Clevenger (71,, Sabin gress. ournamen to, be held here.
Bill ..Russell bad 22 i-rough tr fts -present kvet.duringiUmpires-aully, Rosenkrantz May and Courtney., WP-Schrolt LP-;- starting' Aprd-23, 12 keglers hal, t
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Milwaukee Braves Monday. I Sullivan each suffered fractures I : i ;7,7; 11 I Bog no grof of I toll sal ;6! to; kJ, I I
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',' Frank Thomas tied the game beating the Washington Senators, ::;:..., it,,!',::,:,;., ri'.:::::.;:: :':'''' -,t : '.!:,':::.,::N,,',,.4:I ; ::: :: : i'' ',,, By HARRY GRAYSON', .,,',1,
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with his fourth spring tomer. Red 8-3. ,: -k ,' ',----, -,i : ;..,,,,,,:::.:, : ::!,. ; ', , -,:.:.:: ..,..,, ''::':::;:: ::: : : : ': ' 1 1
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four ;innings for -Milwauketei.giv,- bp out 'At ,least -three weeks. : : ,i:N: league -:w tearneow to play:ease- if
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less .tieing,tbreugh 31 innings 24 Red- Sox,. Was bit by' a. foul ball :
of them from the World Seriet.,, off the. bat Of Roy Sievers in the : : This, is the. 18-year-old outfield-,
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R POLICE PALS 1958 Atlantic Little Lea e Champ ons. Back row Rocky, Itasoh Kenny,. Karpinski Rich le Carpenter than the Orioles indicate that Ni-
- Fearless Frale G Along T Xy gu t '
y oes wood smith will Will Sta Bernstein Allen Park. Fron row: Deryck Barber, Hank CI no, Mickey McElhone Ronnie Crump choison may be the biggest bonus!
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L-- ,, .,111, Fa., Pettit and. BillY Joe Davia Le,,-41.0,,,Ja. ,
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' ignature. Lee ; M a 0-i TeTr!L.L'k,

wouldn t look frtght14 'pitch 'pitchpreviottely.
previottely. 'pitchpreviottely. -Jvveeplityl- r iuyul ib Whit other outfits wereiallingl gam.es SaW -pitchfrs whoni
now r
mer, Hew The Races Appear r ers lAtkik
, , ', big' boy's signature, Lee M a 0-1 e him out 14 or 15 limes.
Sex' ' ' The Police Pals W00 the 1958 At- the Police who won the opener 41of back to back, doubles by Kar.,:lIowed with a double to -center. phnil asestent to George Weiss,111e13',got a blind sPot here, ',,and $1
. tars corner, the races shape Inntio T.paoue Chemnionshinitn 0 on Fridav. Dave Wilder drewoinski and Carpenter. In Abe see-lwhich scored Crlirlin and Rarhor i, T.,- lith,nmn ha lit- tiM' IONY 'forager' drput
- 1 over themselves seeking the

r le..Se .1, ,' .. '''' 1'. ....." '.'" ---- ...' .. r' ilanue lane League Lnampionsuiplto v on rnuay. VitYt rilluer ulew ,Ixtfiblu aim a..arpenter, an .ane am- winun score(' f,rump ana ;isomer.
t for the ond the Pols really iced the game Mason struck out for the first out.
34itiOt brings me 40 this clues. up ,, , 4 on -Saturday, afternoon as theyithe, pitching ossignmen
4 '''' like' till-a.
tle Ito mo A o
before. the pennant ,, , , ,
- ton, Aimee hi 1 h It M Elh I d to h
, downed the Coca Cola Bottlers, elliottlers, but it- was not one of with a 6 run, 5 t ons aug L, on- c one sing e rig t scoring er on a -,. ,
, rnCe get under way, is the, sp- ; , 'Amricati League telephoined
b hind th th Ift 't hing D ve's better days '- 1 nie Crump opened the inning with Bernstein. Will fanned for the sec- ,
'' to 2 e e ree i pi c a ., , 1.4111 Misaguthlt).v,Ittannekeleits: ."1;aun'wda-lislujelhde8set-r 7,-7; ni, !Fin, 71., :4
Y1 will b
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- paret fact that they are alread.Y ' 1 ' ; ' f Kenny Karpinski. The wm made The Poliice -opened 'the game a triple to right,lieldBarber vas ond out,Karpinskkthep came nim 20 o
med r more thnts go- '..
decided. This is II i.'' N Y k Y nke 2 Chi 13
the tenorq a .!,7,v 0!.. a t, ...." it a clean sweep of the series for with a run in the first, the result walked,. a s ,, I. nv Kubek and 'Norm Siebern. He
nd Stu Bernstein to 'through with his ,second double, --cle-m.en,s t.'llimlsths,.e,118 in48.sittd,,ll,welskt,:.w''.:M:na!tull:G.: PIT' ag7fee:3.11:aLtbeab.dan'sleutfillineltd473 lasnl:dwi. All 1'4,

deetted. 'rms113: Inc wuYA -"I 47-7- '1..-way'-, a. a'', a mean sweep ez me series Jur ilium a run la we mai,. we resew

thejeportorial luice oozing Iromi cago wnite bOX; d, Detroit 11.1

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Aad Fearless rraiey
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hington Senators
, along th those who pre c a as . 3aartne
n-- to rtay ur',,iviassor,
, 04" New York Yankees )and the , , 4, I ,
' --,- 4bi 4h. m.t.innat teattue. National Luaus 4 - 1 .. 1 ., v, , utr .. '- .1...1,, 44

thirMiliaukee Brevet, are m , t , .')ipenter home'lvith the sixth run of .0411 I "1 1 A;',
These two aPParently are in a 1. Milwaukee Braves St. : 1-,;? ,-, ' '.'" the inning. -' ' LJUN LiLUD ,,
Ansx by themselves. The Yankees LAW. s Cardinals; 3, Cincinnati tot qi t!I 1 rt ,, ,;'..

111410,r, ,Coes Cola started a rally in the' NU) tN ,,:1
; ;;;;;11;. do Drove it., The praves,1 .11os An.ge!es Dodgers; 5,11 1 1 Ls. OM, ," 1 I.:: NO Ad I I go 7

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, pi . , , ,, q ,,,, ,,,',1 k 1, , 4 , i t . , ..1 4' ,, '', h...,.,r second after one man -was.- out.K. 7'; '' ;;-.-. 7- 7 7' 7 7. -,H. ---,..i. ,.... ,.
:,. iff--- th. en.' .:World chamPlanaillP,i rnuaaelpaia mules 6, tts , ., ... .., ,,. , , ,, ,,,,., ,, .,, ..
burgh Pirates;, 7, San Frincisco --azitemzelw -,-.' 7 ''1--;'-' q'''''-';'-'!6 .z ,i!). ..-:,-?.9.,', '''' 0 ''b '4' .f, '41d.frr77". : ni Al ',
' s .4 ''''' 'A.-, '.- '":-, 1 4;. Terry Conley was hit on the head IA i
. .. -, --7.--t, ..,,, ,r, .,, ,,,, by. a'' pitched balL'Fortunately he -, e !, tRISTOBAI: '. -' ,,, -': mare, ManeY 'ij.. thy 4.', price', ol
, t - ,,...) r i ,,A,.1 , 011 OSS youtijuk, oar", reel
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r , .... , Giants, and 8, Chicago Cubs. usessons,
. a 7 .,.'..- v,.', ,,- -' I t '' .., ; t6 ., ',4:.., .. ?, :,,,, ',-!-" ';' i 'i Iyas wearing a batting helmet, ;liut ; ,i' ';', i , q 5; .,
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t Yankees. 'They are so "loaded"' 1, ,:,... '
ijr. 4-,.'44, ,c's -. ., 41 A -v- k "ii, Dr,,, Missal, playing Ilarvey Beall
in, the semifinal round of the 49584
: : ',,, 1 - : ..;.--' V ', Esso, Golf ,Tdurnament lit 'the 'Pa- i ,, .,,, ; ,,, ',-,,, ,', ., ,, ,. seat,,,oh,, thel New 'Nark Stock
s a precaution was sent to Coco e the.
. ....,-. ,' ,., ,.,''.', ,- -',, ,,,, .- that, Casey Stenger' problem Is '. .,-r, f':;',.' ,' -2 ,, '' i- ii e. ,, ' ''' -f K th WI L d 't k 'C 1 I' 1
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only shooteg, present Who ,Fams .tit. lioauses ,, to untried.,,athletei a
, ,. . ..- .,5 kt.-4," 1, ,,,,, nama ,,Gou Club, toullu the voine
-- -- on Ihe ',base .paths'l Tad CempneuAll familiar with the prollt ,,I change., 4,Th4 PaYrnent ollant
a led with Dick' Wakefield, u,e
' B .1 I Ant( e
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what to do witIT some of his-young :' ,..,,w A
stars.' ,
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A ., ,--t--.,;,.. much to his likingiSaturday lifter
noonr-and',.wound ,un the victor. by
1)Ctit t a ht t Cond'adv ncinglpointing,,properly .frout y ra
Oa. : 7., 911e. a ..,!... ....-444,.... ,,,f tha Maivh 2fi ........
CasanoNta seem 4.
$52,000 fronv Dotrait !in -1941.

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. the team lacks power 'and' you -
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donl win many games it you ;
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.In the first flight matches;Bitickr. The. ,manager, Howard Will and -- ',-;.!
volt m In , ,... '' 1.;artnnat pitching is a question 48 hours before...my last min wan mm on am 7orce WM, LU 113e WO
nattier, living Paul Baumgardner meL,-1,4-mesTLeo-,- the' genial host, '4771, "" -"'"7 7 7-f.:, ,,,. ,..
coach 'Bud McElhone are to be i d to cope with 'd",', t ' I .' '1" ;
, , I and the club lacks outfield de- Tony DeMarco I weighed 152. 1-2. legs?'! -we asked...,' i'light best il
' 5 a, two-stroke advantage managredlcongratulated,on their Job of briag- lip ti ,i,
. Is a ways prepare , s I ,2.,, ,,, ,,
close,", Bastho anewered.-
e tense. ,, And guess what I Wail ltt weigh-1n
y one up. John Westman surprisediseries'' The
i , VI ,' ' -, in time! 145." ",."-,, ,,,, ', '''' ,---'"" "' to' come Out on top by score oring their team to its Peak for MS 4 : ,.: ports Bn fs $ 1
im 0 Itcds .sacrificed power to To us this Tarnished Olor
yo ond half, was far below their first ''',,
polite play ifi the see.. ..,... , ,,,., 4,, ' -,,' ,.., .,''' - 4 -- ;
TODAY-ENCANTO-.25-.15 The
- WARW. 5115.00 wai a' tipott that if ..'
Pr vet their pitching and fell Robinson retire,' Beano wOuld re- , , himself by taking overlorge 13o
' itheir best in this,,series when
bothlholf showing, but theY' were at A..,,. :q-OLTPAPIC ADB DEBATED
. . short in both departments. '
Victor Mature in turn to 'the welterweight divtsion That would be true only when by a sCore' of three and two X I 1 on 4,, f
'INTERNATIONAL POLICE Th D
9 ' from wmeh he resigned as cham- 'he has punching roOm, and this having the came handicap of 16.-
. the
'chins were down '', ' '," -- .. ) '; -I
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' TOWN ON TRIAL them respectable- but the loss of d H ppeared td be as- with him; at the same time locking first flight, Harrington took Over
poun ers. e ..
Tbe: bo. it, score" 7 '': ''''' i '' '. '' '''' 4.,,AUSANNE, Switzerland (UP)
ames -,
i John Mills in, odEers' Old pros will keep pion fo, campaign among the 160- time Robinson stood bellY to bellY In the COnSOlatiOn round ot the ,-, - --,, ; -, , , , ,, ,,-- Tmhitete.emtweillrnatitoolnnsailtterOlaytmipti: To-Cokm0-,, ,
.k- ...or PamPaaella is a killing blow. goring us hovr simple it would be his left arM,, The end result was 'Paul Duran b3r score of one up, ., , , fi,- ,4, 'meeting May 4- 7 whether to re
.v ,Philadpinhis mov 1,- ist.3 . , ,, .A. ....i th. Thshin.An' staaA ha : Ainhaltland Dr. Tania ninvin Miermo it ,' ' '' 1 - v '' ,.

3 13- -pi-Co:. Jo-in-lie7tm-ajn" s'urs-irlsevill
ITODAY ENCANTO 2.25 :.15
j itn-rhprezeiti sacrificed power to -To-7a17 tiltwail". a tipa
short in bothir
, uePa tt that if ,:.,. : ', Tarnished Glory ',
,,pitcrhtimngentasnel ,fell Robinson retires Basillo wonld Ire- ,- t , ,. 0, , himself. by..taldncover,Jorge 13oyC 0 n
turn to 'the welterweight dwrsion -The would be true o ly when by a sdore of three and two, both na4 snowing, D I
from wmeh he resigned as 'chain-lie has ;, punching Toem, and this having the came- handicap of 16.'-'
The Dodgers' oid pros will keep pion to, coMPaign' among the 160; time Robinson-stood belly to belly .In the censolation round ot tbe $.111
seiley.I'lle polite plai in ttm goo--; .', I .' ; ; ,,,ii, '. ..: : '.' ',. ",,..!. ',,3'..,7,7,r,. .77, .7
pn... ay, was f,r .below tileit first -,,-.., r
u they were at ,: : tjthibiticins "t':. --
,,,, ,- -q,OLVAPIC
'their' best in thisseries when the '',', :, .. , , , .1 ... ',.;.' r' 4, LAUSANNE
po.were down..,i ,, ,,,-,-4:..,, ..;., .; .,,
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Victor Mature in
'INTERNATIONAL POLICE"
i John Mills in
. them -ir
, espectablo but the loss
, orowN ON 1711AL g p II . Of potioders. Re apPeared td be ,ao with him; at.the same time loeking first flight, Harrington took Over ''' :'. ...:: ames -- :,, Mittee will, cc
, am ane a is a killing blow. 1 ' ,' ',.'4'' ',meeting May
''' -4.or miring lis Myr simple it would be his left' erni,, The end result was 'Paul Duran by a score of one up, ? The', box score::... ; ,' ,,,, ,
47 Philadelphia may make a bid t,... 1,;..,. f,.' ,1,,, filii. 147-Dound that Robinson' used the elinchestand Dr TaPief PlaYing Miguel Mon .; ',, .:- ; ''- 7 .,.,.;. ),,,:, ', ; 1. '4' I ;.' 1,;-: siert- bobsleck

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Palle Marquard. with 's fine 86,chances'he had by taking a cat-1
won the first flight of the Junioriastrophic ten on No. 11 bolthe
f section of the Chrysler-Plymouth 'finished third with a 92.
golf tournament at the Brazos Coincidentally, the first three in;
Brook Country Club yesterday aft- ithe senior flight have all been'
, 'ernoon kith Larry Wilder in closetchosen for the All-Star Atantic
- pursuit just, ;one stroke 'off the Teenage League who will be
' pace with an 87; 'battling the Pacific, side players r
Wilder was trailing Marquard lin order to decide the selection --
by four strokes, after nine of the team which will represent
Kele' as the Baba had a sharp, the Canal Zobe in the VFW Teen Teen41
41 Teen41 compared its Larry's 45. Wil- er Tournament at Hershey, Pa. ;
der whittled three strokes off Douglas Albsrga; with 9S, 1
4 HI load on tha back won the flight for tho. bays S.
shooting a 42 comparmi to Mar. frem tan ta 13 yaars.- Rosale
guard's 45. : ,', r Nelson came In second with
07 It was the first time that Wild- 113 followedby -,Frankit Prette (
er had broken 90 and be and the with 114.
4 rest of the contestants certainly The-rboys of ten years and un- 5.
showed ttat the lessons gfven grat- der played. nine boles, and this
uitiously by Dow- Rause during section was won 1)y Randy Ever-,
the past six months had borneson with an 86 with Tommy Mc-
fruit. ILain beaten out by- a nose when
Robin Alorland ruined Whatever he shot an 87. b

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and pitching. While they lost it ; 'Major Raymond Banks got the
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am , 1 , I, strong te eve.ry pomp& ,Tbey ledi vtiy iiteresting and hard fought
k ', ' ' ' the Lieague in hitting, fielding All-Star baseball games. '
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s,, 1 - ' -,, ... : few games, they'always won the 'ceremonies underway by Intrednc Intrednck
k Intrednck Energetic President Remon race- thoroughbreds,. dug to arnve ,on, big ones like a true championshie ing Major General Thomas L -Huetrack
xnaeager Pablo Arosemed the Isthmus ,any time n11,t,,,--.., team. i ., '. -A., -,,,-.4 rold, commanding general. 'U. S.
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' na Thayel4 can be 'proud of a year; , . Spur Cola won the first by get getof
of getof efficient r, and fruitful. labor as' t Two jockeys tvere suspenueuj 0-. Army Caribbean. General Harrold
ting on top, and staying theee. In praised the growth of the league
the guiding band at Panama's eer the weekend...They are ose
, steadily' improving oval.' ', i ' Talavera and -Gtullermo Rivera.- the second hall the Lincoln Life
f Insurance and Elks teams were? over the years and added special
praise for what the league did for
II Thayer, who observes his .-,rfirst Talavera got ," six meets or
h Tom
anniversary, today as manager' of rowding Mayrita wit g and we early leaders. with the Elks on the boys. The- General aid this
top until they were defeated, bYtactive participation in a competi competijA
jA competijA the modern Juan -, Diaz racing causing Riqui (F. Alvarez ) and S C la their final game. l 'II bel the bo h
- plant, deserves praise for his ;lc- Kalalu (B. Baeze) to be crossed pur o m twe sport wt p y p, y
complishments. lie .is responsi
ble and virtually eliminated, from the' ?In the final game of the ',aeon sically, mentally, and morally. -,
t for the formful racing fabs ha race Toxic went on to score egg- with, Lincole Life, Spur Cola play- ,, ; ,.. t,,(
1 been enjoying since the institutiovne IY w.hlle Kalatu 'recovered ,and ed their' finest ball. John Arnold u I H Id fed It lite
l'''enera arro presen i
0 of the receiving .barn and the wound up ,a 'strong third in eitur- allowed only two hits to p I t ell winning "team 'trophy to lat. Lt.
g a- day's fourth race. ) ', ,,,, his secorut straight shut out. He John Hanna. team manager -, and
starting of races on schedul - 1
mong other things, And he's still .;. -1 , re.-,,.: twits backed up by llaw.ess field I, johnide Street, team captain' of
ing and timely bitting.- The big the Fort Kobbe Panthers.. Indlvt-,
. trying to give local fans -even bet-.1- Rivera, who returned from an
ter racing. ,..,-...,: .., ., e, "eight,meet suspension -only Jest blow' of Ihe game was :A m it it's
,, '' '. -' . week,; was -set- down four- meets dilal trophies to each boy,' w h o
homei. Smith also, had a singled competed in ant branch of Wel
.. The manager-Ls next major pre' for crowding Fieltro,'(C.." Bovil) lifikulich with two singles was the, tittle League set-up from Maior
It ect is the- institution of saliva snd -King (F., Hidalgo). ,with Polo, -ntef
y other:playet on either team 4,--off flown through the farm
' tests. This is scheduied to begin ,Magnetico immediately after ,the,e,
; get more'than one hit. ,F 'clube were presented by Admiral
0 as soon as the laboratory, at the start' of &Max's sixth race..., 7 ,, , ,, ; ,, '.., ,,, t ,- rge H. wales, isth Nies' pis-,
, racetrack is completely 1 equippedl Fieltro's trainer Jose O. Mee-
4 The box' 'score!' ', '' ' 't '' ..irict Commander. ', 1
on : and ready to be used. ; ,, ., .doza, WAS fined $40 for sending, , ,,, ,, ,....., , ,; ,
., k,I. -o0o-- ; --- Ibis ,horse, late ,, to ,- the receiving' ,'
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, Engelke.' L., cf, ,, v-, rugged minor I
entered ..yesterday for- the , g2.000 Bustacie Garcia cle Paredes and Miran; it: 2b ..,': ,,'.,: t,.. 3 0 0 ,between two composite souses. One
.'. added : West ,Indiait., Federatioe Daniel ,Hilbart were terced to Ostrea Ss- ,- , -.:, '.. .... -,;, 2 -02, 0 teem was tomposed- of players
- Classic 3vhich will be run April shell out $10 each ler using de- Tarnaworth, p-e ,- ,', 2 0 0 from the Fort Clayton ,' Rocket'.
. 20 over A distance of lie fyriongs, fettles' gear 'and causing a 'ie.', Joyner, rf , -, ,, 2 0 0 Fort Clayton Cannoneers and the
. The entries, are,ComPagnard, .Eli -ley at' the starting pest twith. 'rDouelas. rt !, , 1,'., ..; 0 0, ,0 Fort Kobbe- Indians.- while the
. Potreton Bathina, area man. Here,' Goble Plia,';', Le- Generale and Marti, If-p -.,,..,.,; .., ,, ,! 2 0 0 other squad consisted of players
IP melinda, Vespycio. Alucinadd,, Don Cuts. ..,,-, 4, --,,,, ,', I Ktsmeo, e -. ,.. 1,' ,,, ...1 0 0 .from the Fort Kobbe Sluggers, Ca Ca,
, Ca, Luchfi (ex-Donvr. Teddy. Pastore, Leonard1White was,'-pilned $5, for Geewatowski. -if 1 0 1 ribbean Command Yanks and the,
.3.,, Pan Tostado, noble Ilia', Saerist,,t; not using the corieet colors on So- Nelson,' ih i ,- ..., ... 2 0, 1 Coribbeao -FOMmand:rPtaves..,. .: 1
. .:Mulchen 'and Xistunari. ''' ".. '' lito in Sunday'e fourth ,race. L i
-Al Deming, 8b,, .'''' '- ; ,.', .;,--1'.0 0 l. ii.., ,, .1.,,,I, e. ';';', ,,,,, ', ',..' '''
$ ' ), ,-.o0o- ' Rodriguez alto, got 'a $1 fine for
I Engelke, R. 8b ', o-e 1 .0. 0 ,,, The team consisting of Kobbe
'1, The track management yester-, saddling Corviglie. improperly for ,,
. "''' ,',' '..',.- i: 4-04.-..-'.---) and Caribbean 'Command 'player"
n, recelyf' ?tlskv11 1046 'contraCt the fifth race on, Saturday. ' Tetals ''. '-';': ..-''''' 1- .10 tO 2 jumped off to a quick lead and
oe ,- shored be t Chileileleddle ail"' '' Tanara, Paniaretta, 111 ti
Rig-, en.. -' -, -4---.'------''''t----1, then fought off a desperate last
.1 P.,....e4e'.1ete',I te,?;" ride ; here.';' Picudo, were suspended for 15 - -7 -,,,, -.: s,, .,,, . :'' - inning rally to pick up a 6-5 win.
, Tore, rt,:preitentry7-the',1.1uldinit days each by the track's veteri-, furlong i'' West. Indies 1,,,F 0 d 0 r rVictor
Victor rVictor Swan pitched. the first 'two'
.' letneY in,Chile.,Itk- Yu 1,1 ,...---'9.td nariatit, -I,?ecause 'of lamenest,k,,,, ."Wation Flassic,April .20 more 'or ,,
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G Thenlath tcher.John Char Charwealthy,
wealthy, Charwealthy, turfman hSergio'lCohon ,ef iarin's excellent two-yeerl-old ,Ae.,,l'ace in Panitma.,-0;.c.,,,,,- 1).4 ,, "11 'w"P eule:aAdems and ; Joe
''', Chile,'" bringing along s' Chilean' gentine-bred colts---Esbirro Merce- Lazzarin; plans .tp take 'his colts bonneau,"':,
' trainer, qler ander,- Gonzalezr to dario, Baneado and Su:CA.:were AcCording ,to a, reliable puree, Johnson spht t e
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5 to 0 score the first hall chara-1 - ': ' 1 ,, 4 ,.
pion Spur Colas also took the sec sec''''
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ond halt championship and there- ,' LITTLE LEAGUE 1 s's ,t ,tby
by ,tby become the Pacific' Li t t I e -- , .00,4'
League champions lor the , 1953 The Swards ptesentationl ,lo r s
Season: , ' the 1958 Armed Forces Li t tl el. Loot ...lioNye.,,,,VoNKeMv444taiat,, OasZIR1463Mteeti,e6I",,,469$10foteduk,Akwwoo.
- Spur -Cola fielded one of the Leagu, basebau competitors st; ,, , ,, , ,, ,, ,,. , , ,
best ,rounded teams IA Pecificlrort ClaYioll'a Jarman Field Frt-I ,T .-, -. f 1 , 1 ', ,' -1958 PACI'IC LITTLE LEAGUE CRAM
Little League history. They werel day
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strong in every position. ,They led vtry interesting and hard fought By winning the first and second half chamnionships outright, the Spur Cola boys made a clean sweep foregoing a playoff series.
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the League in hitting, ficidmai All-Star baseball games.
and pitching. While they lost a 'Major Raymond Banks got i the Reading left to right' front row:. Joel Perantle, outfield; Loren Edwards, pitcher & outfielder; Charles Abernathy, left field; Tom -,
Perantie, pitcher & third base' Paul Zelnick, second base; Daniel Hele, right field; and PAOLI Grosz, outfield. - rz
few games, theralwaYs WOn the ceremonies underway by introduc.,; Second row; Walter M. 'Mikulich, manager; John Arnold, pitcher; Colin Bradshaw, pitcher itt centerfield; Robert Walker, :4,
big ones like a true championship, Mg Major General Thomas L, Hur- utility infielder; Roger Hoeake, first base; Kenneth Smith, short stop & catcher; William Horsley, outfield; Robert bulimia, ,,,,
team.i , ', ,, ,,
el I .1 '. .'- 'L 1 rold, commanding general. tj. s. catcher; end Mike ,Arnoiii, sicond base.- Not pictured, Ed Napo leon, coach. ', .. t- , ., , ,.- ,'',

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BryanLhandied the catching as-I C
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signtents. N i -- t , t 1
The feature major I e a g ii e ',, '
game was a truly fine example 70 ...,. .,, ,, ... ,,
of good baseball. , 2,
' Victories Int 1
One-team was made up of play.
'ers from West Bank and the Ca- ', - 4 -. 0 ... !,
ribbean Command-and the other:4', ,r- ily LEO H. PETERSEN ,are Short of ball players of major
consisted of Fort Clayton and 81.1 3 ..
WEST' PALM ''' BACH, Fla. league ca iber. While theit arm
Kobbe competitors. After two tight that liar. system in starting .to show some
signs of life, the youngsters,they
scoreless innings the CC -' -West
Bank tent loaded the bases with'
i ry Craft is a nice guy, and that
alP)Everyone agrees
15 11S 515 have coming up are still a year
in ,or more away. ,'
nobody out egainst hurler he won't fin' h I t long as
Pall the Washington Senators are 1958 the 'Xs 4111 try to
Hill- Hill, a lanky blond 'young. the league.4,, get along with a buseh mf ,vet-.,,,r
then proceeded to throw nine Placing
consecutive strikes to- retire tile Ics any higher than seventh in the eran major league castoffs and
'n o n ste ',
promito g y u g re. -,
side and end -, the threat.,,The American League, ',h o w e V e r
game ended In' a 0-0 deadlack '- seems far-fetched. t, -,,' In a 13-player deal with Detroit,
- Jose Bibb and Mario Caltja., Craft, starting his 'first' full sea. the A's picked up center fielder
handled the pitching chores I o r 6on as a major league manager,' Bill Tuttle. Although he hit 'only
the West Bank-CC teaM 'with Roy Isn't aiming for any position, .251 for the ,Tigers 'last season,
Bridges and Pete Schoomaker, do- much less the pennant. , i. Tuttle is regarded as one of, the
his ia' h'-aa''; 'city -Aihiei..,r So for
ing the tatchik. Jim Smolka and , '- ,, best defensive) Outfielders to the
Hill pitched for the Clayton-Kobbe' "I'm only hoping we will win league. ', .-,. ,,','
teim: , ., -, ,,,I, 70 games, and if we do that I'll 1 Woody He'd, one Ol.' the many
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John Streea (who got their &di puts ,tis in the Otanding," he-said.tfor right field, leaving Bob Cerv
hit, a' double'in the last inning1 As Usual, the A's haVe legit one and Bob Martyn 4ighting :it out
and David Swanson handled the Of the most active clubs in thel for left. ,,
catching duties. ' trade, marts. But,then too, they Only two spots in the Infield ire

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and Joe De Maestri Alt short.;
Mike Baxes, a rookie ,up frotE
113u falo, and Milt Graff, who hit
only .18I, in 56 games with the ,,'
A's last year alter being called calledup
up calledup from Richmond, are the lead:
ing second. oase candidates. -,
,, Veteran Billy Hunter has been
going great guns this spnng and
may, beat, out Hector Lopez ler
the ,third base spot. In that event,
Lopez would be in the rtmning for
the second base ,tob.
Catching is one department that
is set With Hal Smith, Frank
House and Harry Chiti sharing
the-chores., ...
Eight pitchers are lit romped- -",
tion for starting roles. Duke
Maas, 'another key player in that 4
Detroit dea tanks as the No.
man and two youngsters, Ralph ,1
Terry and ;tack tfrbsn, are apt;
behind him.
Other starting candidates ere
southpaw Alex Kellner, Wally
Burnette, Arnie Portocarrero, Ned
Garver, all holdovers, and a inott,-,..
te southpaw, Walter Craddock? up
rom Buffalo.,

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.I. ' Net, a,'''toPivil4),,fdl't "co' rttreeti, the fifth race on SattirdaPy. , ''''..T:' 6-4i,a-tilf": ,-;','''r ',.; ,:;;;;':;-"----"--1,11 0 2s jaunmpe
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Fort Clayton's Jarman Field Fn-1 1 - f --; ,-19511 PACIFIC LITTLE LEAGUE CLIABIPIONS ,, ;:
Little League history. They werel day night were climaxed by two
By Conrad() Sorgeata , .1 strong io every position. The'y ledi vtry interesting and hard fought By winning the first and second half chamPlonships outright, the Spur Cola boys made a clean sweep foregoing a playoff series.
, ' the Lieague in hitting, ficidina 1 All-Star baseball games.
and pitching. While they lost S ; 'Major EaYmond Banks got i the Beading left to right' front row:. Joel Perantle, outfield; Loren Edwards, pitcher & outfielder: Charles Abernathy, left field; Tom -- -,
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Perantie, pitcher & third base. Paul Zelnic
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Energetic President Remon race- thoroughbreds:: du 'to arrive on big ono like a true championship No usii.,r r:
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Veteran Billy Hunter has been
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SHRAPNEL'S furahlte bootee.
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Balboa 1772. t
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PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages
Santa Clara It. de P. Phone Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-1$77 Cristobal 3-I673:
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FOR RENT Available May
lat. completely furnishosll ele elegant
gant elegant residence by sos. 3 .bet.
teems. Suitable for- people IvIto
like good living. Call 1-2011
Panama, office hours.
FOR RENT Furehhed Cha Cha-
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WASHINGTON (UP)The Red
publican Party charged today that!.
the "Democrat Congress is either
stalling" President Eisenhower's
anti-recession measures "or trying
to steal credit for them."
"Straight from the shoulder,"
olidal publication of the Repub Republican
lican Republican National Committee, also
, said some Democrats were jump jump'
' jump' ing on the Chie, Executivis,' coat-,
tails. t- 1,
It said Senate Democratic Lead Leader
er Leader lyndon B. Johnson (Tex.) in introduced
troduced introduced ,"twO hastily:prepared
' resolutions calling for increased
, allocations : to authorized public
, and defense proieCts" after the
i administration s program was
letked on Capitol HU'.
, The publication also -sald'Reps,
John W. McCormack (D-Mass.)
, and Wilbur,' D. (D Ark.)
' 'lumped on the coattails Of the
, President's plan to extend ,unem ,unemployment,
ployment, ,unemployment, Payments." It said the
two congressmen "slapped to,
gether a crash bil' t do the same
,
On other adMinistration. mem mem,'
,' mem,' suressuch, at special iasszstanco
to 'persistent ,,,areas,.of unemptoy,,
ment artfl' increasing the tending
authority,. of the ,Export-Import
Bankthe GOP accused the Democratic-centrolled
Congress of inaction.

NY Teacher, Who .Cduldn't Reach'
Delinquents Saved FronuS7icide
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' ?NEW ,ORIC (UP) -- A New
Yon,: public bchooi teacher tried
to kill herselt.yesterday ,because
sue ;',couldn't'do- enougn"' for, the
poor, disturbeo anci delinquent
calkiren in her elementary school
classes. -,,,,,, 0,,, ,,,,,' .b,..,,,, ....
ik4Ariend said the 'teacher Miss
Lucille Jones, 35, .,.bad blamed
herself particularlor not hav-
ing turned from his troubled path
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1Yero; public bchooi teacher tried him," Mrs. Reilly .said. I
to kill herself yesterday ,because -4,Miss Jones, who is white, "is a 1
, sue ;',couldn't do- enougn" for, the dedicated woman," Mrs. Reilly 1 a
i
, poor, disturbed ano delinquent said. "She is a woman who is H.
cadtiren in her elementary school terribly fond of children.
classes. -'-,0,' - ,1,..b.'. ', ,,., ,. f.'She wants to do so much forl
ik4Ariend said the 'teacher Miss them, But she feels she can't
" Lucille Jones, 35, ...had hlamen reach themthat somehow they I
herself particularb6 for not hav- can't absorb the things she wants t
, ing turned from his troubled path them to learn and know.
al) Al-year-0 d Negro boy who ; ''.!. a, 1 , ,
.
recently I admitted pushing two "She even goes so far as te
playmates to their deaths in the take shoes and ,clothing to some 1
Bu.Aon River. who don't have them, lxcause I
.,
, a.,,ss Jones was saved by the that's how deeply she fee s." 1
qw.c..7,, action cif the friend to
, veolnIshe had confided her wor
'ries. She 'was in "fair" condition Cubin Coigreis
at Roosevelt Hospital today; un-
der 'treatment for an overdose of ;1 '.' a. a ....
seeping pills. ,' (nes vahsta
Mrs. -Dolores Reilly told police
Miss Jones had telephoned her E .
Sunday, weeping and at times in- meroency Powers 1
' coherent.' ,
' it
The children need inore, and ' 1
'HAvANA, April I (UP) Con-1
I can't give it to them," she was
', quoted. -- , gress 'has proclaimed a national
emergency, giving President Ful-
After a few minutes, Mrs. Refl.
gencio Batista "extraordinary pow powIY
IY powIY said, her friend said: "I just'
ers" for the next 45 days to meet
took some pills,," and stopped
, talkihg. ,, a rebel threat Of "total war."'
,
Mrs. Relit), ran the two blocks ' ' -
' At a special session last night,
, front ,her home to Miss Jones'
the, Senate ignoring opposition 1
; apartment. When she 'couldn't
. gain- entry,' she asked the build- charges that it was setting up a
politte. "comp ete dictatorship" ,-.4 granted I
- mr,,,,superintendent to-call
the government's request for 'em.t;
...Patrolman John ,,Bonsignore and
ergency powers by a vote of 33 to
,':the 4 superintendent' broke down
The vote in the House vas 95
the door and found Miss Jones 7.
lying, my the floor in her night... to 1- ,'
, gown, still holding the 'telephone.1,- :'''''
The patrolman called for,an am-1 During the 'period of the emer emer''
'' emer'' bulance and began 'giving i artifi-I gency. Batista may rule by de decial
cial decial respiration to the uncon- eree --subject to the advice of a I
scious woman. ', '. , .,r, ,,, ', special 24-member joint congres congres'
' congres' Miss Jones was said to be a sional committee and eventual ra ra-
- ra- substitute teacher working almost tification by the entire legislature.
every day in the city sehool sys- , '
tem, and eso a student working Congress will be dissolved for
ler a master's degree. By coincl- the duration of the emergency,1
dence, Mrs; Relily said,,,the loung eTcept for the special committee.
confessed nt u r d e r e r, George :, , , ,!
,' Jones, had been in her' claSses in Speeilicallyi Batista's emergency
diLferent schools at -about the powere enable him to meekrebel
time he committed each of the threats of a general strike by "re "retwo
two "retwo slayings.' one last June and cruting" labor-- ordering workers
- the second earlier this month. to relllain on the job on pain of
"She was so horrified when she' imprisonment; and perhaps een t
beard George bad confessed.' She drafting public -service employes I
said if she'd only known, she into tbe Armed Force: ',

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&01r-asodons.-sontientences',10 Suites and Bungalows, '''
all with pairate bath. Hot and cold' water.----""
Prices: $8 and $8 daily, with meals.
" Cosmopolitan kitchen Horse riding. ( ; ,;
For reservations p. o. Box. 4459
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ATTENTION. S. LI Jost boat
wieder foroisited stathotents, a. t
2 bedroom& bet. cold woof
Phone Pimento 3-4941. ,-
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FOR RENT Beautiful modern, 1
furnisheit three. brkiroom apart.
, ment, hot water. Reasonable
, price.,Ave. Peru 37-20.
FOR.RENT,, High 'in El Cam,
gni ,72 bed room apartment L..
with dining-living room, maid's.-
roomy, large kitchen, excellent 4:
view. AR screened. water heat heator
or heator play ground and garage, Call
3-7453. ,
14it 14itFOR
FOR 14itFOR RE $50.00 furnish.
ed apartment, two furnished a apartments
partments apartments $85.00. Good North
American neighbors. Tel. 3-
0471 deposit for
FOR RENT Apartment in
El Cangreie, furnished corn-
pletely, two bedrooma, living.
dining room,( balcony, kitehen,
maid's room with sortices, and
garage, street Alberto Nayarro;',
No.048, Apto. 6, Tel:'2-2883.
' FOR RENT ".'r triortern spacioirs
furnished two 'dream
meat. Giorgi reridential area.,
Ave. Per
FOR. REttli Furnished Apts.
one and two BR, $65.00' and
80.00.- ft. level, -yard.' Phone
3-2530 Ave. Jos4 de Fibrega
FOR RENT Fu'rnisbed apart..
;pent, one bedroom,' (private
entrance). Via Perms 114. s't
FOR RENT tool, madam and
attractive one bedroom apart.1,
, meet 'en 2nd floor of new
, balding. "Portofino"' on 68,
, Street. El Caner. Hof water,,
- laundry facilities; garage,,
Tel,,I 3-6634.
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SPANISH ', REDS ARRESTED 1
" MADRID (UP) Spanish, offi.
cials yesterday' announced the ar arrest
rest arrest 'of A10 T''ative communists",
alleged to te ringleaders of re recent
cent recent itriltes that idled thousands
of miners in 'Spain's, eoldrich
turias province.- t
Announcement of :the arrests
came In, e- note from Spain's in internal
ternal internal security department,: and
was published on the front pages
1 of all Madrid papers today. t
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might have done something for
him," Mrs. Reilly .said.
-4,Miss Jones, who is white, "is a
dedicated woman," Mrs. Reillyi
said. "She is a woman who is I
terribly fond of children.
,, f,'She wants to do so much for 1
them. But she feels she can't
reach themthat somehow they
can't absorb the things she wants
them to learn and know.

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'Automobiles
- -FOR SALE --, 1955 Studebaker
' commander fout,tioor sedan; re
die and iteateN two tone green.
dir in excellent condition.'must
be seen to appreciate. Call Bal.,'
ft
boa 2-4174 motnings only.
-FOR SALE --.1957 go lair Chou.,
4-door, two tone stains, first
consiition $1900, Tel..83-
5134. house 2136A Curundu.
'FOR SALE 1950 dot, paid
Ya ton pick up hock. Call Tax-
aco (Panama) Inc. Tat.. 2-0620
front of Coca Cola.
FOR SALE -- 1957 Taunus' So:
dam. Call Fort Robbie 2104.
Tun
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internationat' jewelry
, 155 Central Ave. ,
13112.COMMOMMOSSINMENE.
1 '' "GET STREAMLINED" '',
the Mc Levy- way Body Massage;
Excereising Machines, Turkish
oath. Trained operators tor ladles
and Sentleme. Get results.
, MASSAGE SALON
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Services "SCHOLL'S"
,, Products .. '' ,
- J'itrosemena Ave. 33-4S, t
4 Tel. 34213 ..,
LIFE, INSURANCE
call
, MOUE
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.,
for rates aria information
' Tel. Panama 2-0552
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Service Personnel, ,
Government Employees
Are eligible to finance that NEW
or USED Car or Borrow on your
present ear through
- Agency
, DICK. DEHLINGER
representing (
GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES
FINANCE CO.
t No. 43 AUTOMOBILE ROW,
CitY.
Phone 3.4984-3-4385 '
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EXCUR$10W
April' 11' to 19,-195$
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JAPANESE ISSUES ,-- These
oealre-kwo-of.Jbe-Solorful, Com- VERO BEACH, Fla; (NEA)
- memorative stamps to be fssuer IThetor-Angetes-todgerrTiteleby
the Japanese postal service Ing staff led the Nitional Longue
on the occasion of the opening '$ in shutouts last year with 18.
, of tbe Asian Games inT,Tokyo nine more than Milwaukee. Low
in May of this year. for the league were the Mein Mein'
' Mein' I nati Reds and Chicago Cubs, each
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FOR SALE RCA Television,
ant aftaching record player.
Pickwick swivel model. Call
31-1121.'
Fnit SALEWrought iron din-
7
mg room sets, complete, reduc-,
ed from $195.00 to $150.00. ,'
Rattan living room sots, from
,$150.00. Mahogany living room
sets,,.$98.00.' Complete ,double t
, beds, $44.00. Mahogany dining
romp sets, WOO. Modern van- '',
Bit dresser, $65.00.- Chest of
drawers, $19.00. Basket chairs,
$1;.00. Easy payments. Clyb-
plus., "Chico, de Oro" Stan4s.
HX Store (Household Ex Exchange),
change), Exchange), 'Nacional Avenue No,
41. Phone 3-4911'or 3-7348.
FOR St.1 Bedroom set, else else'tric
'tric else'tric stove, house 19 7th St,
t Golf Heights, Gerhardt, Bator.'
' day 9:00 to'5:00. :
FOR SALE ,Upright piano,
'Wicker sot, green, 7 pieces, Hol Hollywood
lywood Hollywood double bed and billet
spring mattress.) 'refrigerator
West.,, washing machine ME.
misc, household items.' TaL
Balboa '1243. k
TriBOWLING
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Goams W L
El Panama Hp lton. ,4714
Seymour Agency 59 45
Agewood 5714' 50q
Carta Viejo 55 53
Cardoze- Lindo , 55 57
Austin 37 75
.,
xSeymour has 8 Points to be r
rtfade up' at later date,' four each
with, Carta Vida and Agewood.
Lea'ding 14eriges: iialcen 108, ',-'
tascio 192, Coffey 191, Tpland 189,
Damian 189,, t
No Bowling on Good riday
, El Panama Hilton 4
Careloao Linde 0 t
The' MAU& to) get,' the pinfall
'when it: countedi insured the El
1Panama Hilton a good night. The ts
lintel WOO nO' treuble in 'the '1,1
opener, but in .second round they
managed a 6pin win.11 this WAS 11
not close enough- the next one
was closer 741 to 740."Ed Allen I
was the big mari for the Hotel ,;
with 583, and Ed Kunkel nroduc nroduced
ed nroduced the most power- for the Car Caridnzel
idnzel Caridnzel Lindo Evinrude Motors with
1571
,
I
El Panama
I,Melanson 171 169 204 '541
'Allen 233 181 169 583
1Schmidt 182 183 155 520
Coffey 165 181 213 559
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Totals 751: 714 741 2206

Evinrudo I
166 144, 216 526
, 201 '183 137 521
' 192 193 187 37?,
, 144 188 200 032
So34(ster
Lowande
Kunkel
To land
Totals
Totals,. 703 708 740 21511
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Carta Viola 3 Austin:I '
I
The' 'opening round found both
teams shorthanded because of ab absenteeism.
senteeism. absenteeism. Under the Classic
League rules this could be costlYI
because the blind gets 'a fiat"150
instead of the usual ten'nin pen penalty
alty penalty from the absent bowler's av,-
erage.,
In this three against three o oDener,
Dener, oDener, the Carta Vida Yankee
Rum Runners took it quite easy.
To offset the -"Blind" handicap
Carta Viela Inserted Ed Spinney
into the lineup., and while he up upped
ped upped that 150 blind to an actual
18Z his efforts were wasted., be because
cause because Tato Samaniego got hot
with a 140 game and Austin won
by,49 pins. ,
' In the finale Carta Arid' went
ahead and took the game plus
the total plo marker. Tato had a
593 series and Don Rudy. rolling
three steady games, linished with
586 for Carta Viejo: .
: Austin
,
Pahl 183 201 153 519
George 210 171 :104 505
Samaniego 144 240 '208 ,593,
Blind , 150 150 150 450
'Totals 687 764s 696'2147
1
Carta 'ibtisia '
,
Almeda ax, 150 219 5111
Ply 199 197 191 5191
ellehman -; 154 : 186 163 591
Blind 150 150
Spinney 182 ',173. 355
: Totals 723, 715 739 217'
Seymour ,Ageivey versus Age Agewood
wood Agewood (Postponed).
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FOR SALE Switchboard 20
trunk linos. Ca II- 3-3450 or 3-
FOIL SALE -ft. Trailer, toot,
new 41res 7.00 16, 6 ply. El,
Tiangulo Verde. Phone 2-4514.
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FOR SALE ,i58 model V.M
.1.11-Fl record player. Ext. speak.'
et. Blond, 5 weeks old. Call Al Albrook
brook Albrook 116-4121.
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FOR 'SALE 1957 fully,. auto automatic
matic automatic RCA -whirlpool (Supremo (SupremoImperial)
Imperial) (SupremoImperial) model all porcelain s'
60 cycle, used only 3 months.
Washes., 7 times. sign t
dries, shuts,, oft; All automatic
, permanent, temporary connec connections
tions connections with machine. install
ideal kitchen appliance. See
21188 First Street, Coco Will
Guarantee. 4
Imperial
60 cycle, r
Washes., rim
dries,, shun
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, Cons with
r ideal hitch
1, 21188 Fin
guarantee.
iHAS OWN CLAQUE ,,, Erin,
O'Brien, whose TV singing got
1 her into the mOvies where she:
' quickly zoomed to stardom, had
a ready-made cheering section.1
It consisted of -her husband;:,
singer James Fitzgerald; her
two sons; her father and mother
and 13 brothers' and sisters.'
' Her new picture lis i'Oirl on
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PLAN STILL WORKED'
VERDEN, Germany, April 1
(DP) Heinrich Bormann, 67,
tried to himself yesterday
from a branch overhanging the
Weser River. The brInch broke
and he drowned.
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SOPHIA ACTS! sexpot
Sophia Loren broods dhrkly
"her first made ; in TIOIIIWOO
film, "Desire Under the Elms."
It's being hailed as ,the first
movie in which the Italian,
beauty comes up with some real
dramatic acting.

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FOR SALI.-- 14' boat, trailer,
12 HI. Elte motor, all equip.
meet $300. 82-4277 Of 8S
(Dream, Heuseen Water) Hors
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Ene SIRSWet to your hOUSRI
for real living comfort and en enloyment.
loyment. enloyment. A houseboat 20 ft by
',, 40 ft, woodcut hull, with 4 coats
, of fiberglass. Completely fur furnhhed
nhhed furnhhed tile bath,' foam rubber
beds, ,jalousy windows, venetian
blinds, drapes,'etc. Air-condi-
tionedl ivith reverse cycle for '-
heat, acoustical tile 'ceiling,- is
beautiful SUR deck with- patio
1Voe lumiturs,' umbrellas, etc.
Also clothes washer, dryer, 6
cubic It. refrigerator. formica
cabinet. Price $17,500., Timis
- arranged., Houseboat' presently
: in water at Miami Beath, Fla.
' $48 a month will take care' of
;Lvall utilities and dockage fosse..
' For further information write 'P
Johnson. Box 1043, Cristobal or"-
writ 81. Amilla Hotel, Co Co'
' Co' ral Gables,'LF1a.
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try's country's forthcoming ;Pacific nuclear
tests may result in an ,"atonue
1 ray" defense against Russia's in intercontinental
tercontinental intercontinental ballistic missile. ,
;! Russian physicists Presumably
i are well aware of, this possibility
; and this may be one reason for
1 the Kremlin's 4 cprrent dert to
4 bluif this country Into canceling
'i the forthcoming test prograri4-'
4 i The, afiti-missile ,"atomic ray'
would be streami of high-speed
0 neutrons t enerated by H-bombs
,; exploding n space. Neutrons, are
; the subnuclear, particles which
' trigger atomic fission. They'v are
I produced hi Vast swarths by by by'
' by' I drogen fusion, weapons., -1,,.,, it,,,,,,v
, Scientists ,,, believe it lit theo theo1
1 theo1 retically "possible such x beutrons,
I released in the patit, of an incom-,
I ing missile(' would Start' a chain
1 reaction in, the 'warhead's, fiSsiOn
charge or ,trigger. 1 This would
cause it to explode harinlessly
1 far from its target. ,. , ,
I This country plans to eitilode at
I least two nuclear warheads al an
4, altitude' so great-100 miles' or
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'7 the movie seene.The film version of-the stage classie,. South ,.1
Pacifle," 4114 ttossano 'BrazziTplayine hOposite Mitzi Gaynor, .;
Long a"inging.-.daneing favorite, Mitzi proves. in the about-tobe-released'
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' ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
. cgAven "An DiABLO
BOX 1211, CRISTOBAL C.7.
Expatt Dyes' making. Call Cris.,
tobal 3-3256. ,
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encrote Ouse,'
Santa Clara Beach. Fully fur.
'aished. electric refrigerator, gas
- stove. all tile Jinn's and bath,
Image. Bargain. Phone Balboa
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- FOR SALE-,-Furnished toftage,.
Gorgon leach. Beautiful ocean
' view. Nat take linens and nteve
, In. Phone lialboa 4474.
rlessog
t Piano teacher will come to your
home mornings. Modern and )
, popular taught. Bennett,
Phone 3-3653, 2
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FOE SALE Motorcycles, ESA,
500 ,Ce Twin," model A7, year
1952' tail Panama 3-57113.
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to develop nuclear .1, defenses
against enemy missiles. : I
Some scientists' believe Russia
already has exploded missile war. 1
heads in space. Anierican- ,weap ,weaponsf
onsf ,weaponsf experts have yet to Aletermine
the' effects of 'nuclear explosions
behind the earth's atmospheric
mantle.
They are certain, however, that
neutrons liberated in space, would 1
'range much father and live far,
longer than they would among the 1
entrapping, air moledules ,of 'the
atmosphere, "1,
H-bomb fusion realtions. spawn
neutrons of 17,500,000e lettron-volt
energy,- tinimpededl by, air,' such
neutrons mould till a large yoluirie
of space with extreitely tiny but
highly ,penetrating e "detonators's
capable of dealing disaster to- mis missile
sile missile warheads.. '
--V this theory is- confirmed in
the- ?acifie tests, anti-missile mis missiles
siles missiles may be developed that would
be far safer for mankind than
nuclear' weapons exploded hi' the
atincisphere. 4
Radioactive' fissioh and other
products liberated in space ,would
stay there., Because of 'their high
velocity, these "hot"; particles
would become' tiny satellites' des destined
tined destined Ito circle the earth cease ceaseperhaps
perhaps ceaseperhaps forever. 4,
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3-mlnute cat wash SI, steam
cleaning ol motor $5. waxing el
care $6. 'Aitto-llae, Tram-Istli
mien Highway Boar Seats.
TELEVISION SERVICE ---- --
Transportation. April Spocial,
111Vp Service. Crawford,
, ISecies Corp. Tivoli Ave. i No.
1S-20. Tel. 2-1905.
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calendar was in the hands of
officials called"pontifices," who
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in each' ationth by bbserving'
the phases of Ate moon. The
, calendar got into hopeless con.
:fusion because days were ad&
:ed or omitted recklessly to al alfeet
feet alfeet the number of days civic
, officials would remain in dile
4 torjheir oyear's'term.'.
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Mecca is: the Holy City of
Islam, the religion of the Mos Moslem
lem Moslem 'peoplei IQs the dream
ancrLif posibl the religious
'thity of all,Moslettis to make a
pilgrimage Mecca at least
once in their lifetime. The city,
in Saiidi Arahlit; not far from
the Red Sea, VMS the birth
place of Mohamme d, the
pmphet and founder of Islam.
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IWILLIAM F. BROWNE, Supervisory ItiCOUntard in the Agents
.Accounts Branch. who retired this month after 21 years of
Zanal service, receives his retirement certificate from Gov. W.
"E. P0tter. The ceremony is watched by Philip L. Steers, ;r.,
.romptroller Capt. Harry Bach,,Panama CEtnal pilot, who was
the only other employe to retire in March had left the Isthmus
, , early in the month.
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- ;iftqw0 employes, both with' canal brganization as a dock
' tnore than 20 years of Canal I foreman in Balboa.
acrvice,-- were retired from the i He became a pilot-in-training
parial organi z a t 1 o n during the ,' following year and has
k March and were presented with been a regUlar PanaMa Canal
: tetirement certificates. pilot, stationed in Balboa4since
,
sk1hoe retiring, their positions und. , -,
tncl, length of service follow: 4 Captain and Mrs. Bach sail-,
,,,f Captain-Harry Bach, pilot in od '' for California 1 several
, the;,. Navigation Division: 23 i weeks agO and plan to make
' pars, 6 months and 10 days. their home-near 'Sal) Fran.
asi William -F.. Browne, super- CISCO. 'T i '
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, Yisory --accountant, Agents Ac- Browne :was born in pr ng ng-
- ng- count' ;Branch; 21 years,' 11 field,. Mass.;',and' served with
,
', ,,, rpontiart and 5 days, ,,, ,: ,, the B. S. -Army for two years
, 2 o ,-, 1., -, 4 4,1 ,4 11 before being employed by the
' se BCOVirie, recerved his retire': Canal organization ln 1926 aS
ilment 1,, certificate tram GOv.
a cjerk in the Accounting Div'-
, :W. E, Potter In a special ce- sion. With only one break iti
:, 1.4-emony held' in 'the Guyer.'
, hii service. he remained in that
. vv.'s afice thlv, IV"1.. Pl" twit. until ;1941 when he ,was
:left the Isthmus early in
! called to act4ve duty with the
'March.' ',. -, ,
,, ,,,, ., , U.S. Air Force. He twin served
' ': A -native of thicagoi Bach ,during World War TI and held
,,' terved vita the B. S. Navy 'dur- the rank of Lt. Col., when he
, Ing the 'First WOrld- War. He was re-eMployed by:the ,Canal
organization In 1950. Since 1955
' ;vas a 'cadet ard junior officer
, rith several' shippin, 'compa- he, has been supervisory isc.,
officet countant in the AgentS Account
' riles and'. was ,a senior
1 'FM (11.0-Ce line ships from 1930 Branch.. - , ,
' 0 ,Mr. and Mrs. Browne ire uttkW"-
n711, When he joined the
,, -.,u--. -.-.,,,--- -7 .,,,,, .. ,. decided as to where they will
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l'iithe-r' Not
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This yieather report for the 24
hours ending a.m. today, is
prenared by tre Meteorological
and Hydrograpric Branch of the
Panami Canal Company:
Balboa Cristbal,
.
TEMPERATURE:
High 90 85
Lon 76 81
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HUMIDITY:
High. 90 86
tow 61 77
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WIND:
'ftriax.' mph) NW-18 N-14
'LAIN (Inches) 0 0

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wATER trEmP:
',-(inner harbors),80 85
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High
1;48
2:14 p.m.
' Low '-'
11:12 a.m.,
8:42 p.m.
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Viarning Strike
In Fr?nce Halls
Most Transporl
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"PARIS. April 1 ,(UP).
France's biggest general strike
in five years, stopped nearly all
trains, planes, buses, and sub subway
way subway trains today. Zit most
Frenchmen took it with good
It was real April Weather,
with temperatures in the 50's
and bright sunshine.
,,,'But under the holiday-like
spirits was the 24-hour "warn "warning"
ing" "warning" by a million state-employed
railroad,, bus, subwast, alr alrline,e
line,e alrline,e street-cleaning and other
workers against frozen wages
and rising prices.
Two hundred military trucks
offered free rides from the
suburbs. Some privately-owned
pickup trucks were charging
24 tents a ride. The capital's
10,000 taxi drivers were dGing a
rearing business.
, Gas pressure was loW, but as
of midday there had been no
cuts in electric service. Side Sidewalks
walks Sidewalks were lined with uncol uncolleett;
leett; uncolleett; garbage tanS,1 -I
Train service t.,was almGst
man-axistevt,, though interna internaConal
Conal internaConal trains; that 'let before
the 24-hour strike started were
the ,24-hour strike started were
I allowed to proceed to their
destinations.

The overhaul of Pedro -Miguel
Locks is being started this week
and the east chamber there vias
emptied yesterday in preparation
tow the work which will require
'about five weeks for completion.
Proceeding simultaneously with
this job will be !the overhaul .'r of
the center wall culvert ot, Mira Mirablores
blores Mirablores Locks. The overhaill of the
chambers at Miraflores was com completed
pleted completed last week and the east ;
chambers were redlled over the
weekend. , - , ,,,,
During tho coming 11 weeks
period, the Canal's transit cepa;
city will bo at its lowest point,
silica single culvert operations
. will be required at Mirafloras
- while the center wall culvert
is emptied for overhaul, a n d :
one lam of traitfic will ba clos-
1
ad at Pedro Migust 1 '
The big overhaul 'job of the
Pacific Locks this year is proceed proceeding
ing proceeding satisfactorfiy and the work is
about a week to ten days ahead
of schedule. r 4. ''' .
The job is being iccomplished
during one' of the Canal's busiest
Teriods. Traffic was 1 heavy ; In
both February and March, ta n d t
lockages at Pedro Miguel were 1.
at a near record. ' : ' ; 1

The recor'd number of lockages,
was set in July of,last year when
the average .or a'l locks was 775
for the' month. The nuMber of
lockages at 'Pedro Miguel was ex expected
pected expected to almost equal this &fl &flume
ume &flume high.
The, average number' of ocean oceangoing
going oceangoing transits in february WaS
slightly over 26 a day,- while
March's average was about 27 a
day. Despite the heavy traLic, de delays
lays delays to shipping have been kept
to a minimum throughout the o overhaul
verhaul overhaul period.
' Tho ova aul of' ad&
tth th
Locks will not completed
until July.' The overhaul of tho
west chambor it Padre Miguel
Will roquiro about ,six weeks
I ) Aime as two of 'the miter gates.'
are ti ovorhaulod., None ot,
the gates in tho oast chamber
will be ovorhaulod during this
overhaul.
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' The final job' in the overhaul
will be the work on !'. the center &The dedication, in 'memory of
Hall on Thursday.,' ,. 1..v , ; ,,,
wall culvert at Pedro Miguel. ,
who served & as- commitncier in
Lt.& Gen. Robert ;M. Montague,
SOMe reductions in the overhaul
chief caribbean froom Jan. 5, 1957
force have been' made as a result
of the 'change during ,the past until Feb. 20, 1958, will be mark.
ed by, a simple ceremony at the'
weekend. These were', all ,' accom accomplished
plished accomplished by the 'return of some headquarters beglinning ut 9:30
locks personnel from the Atlantic am- ' ' ,''''
,,Maj.' Gen. Thomas ,L. ,Harrold:
side and a few Industrial Division f
comnianding general or the H. S
employes to their 'regular, work.,
, .,., , Army Caribbean, will make the
Additional 'reductions wIll b
made in the force when the over- 1.:ft ,, f'I -, ,,
haul of the Miraflores culvert Is it le League
completed and the remaining over-
haul work is concentrated in a ,
sinile lock chamber at Pedro Mi- ' ' ''. ''". fs 1
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Negro Turncoat
Says',,CoRtrades!
Treatict
HONG KONG (UP) Larance
Sullivan, the first of three U. S.
Negro turseoats who chose Com,-
munism iin Korea to return to the
Western world,' told newsmen
her(, he was well treated 'by his
'lc mradep" in Red China,
' hey- treated me more than
sufficient," Sullivan said .poon. aft after
er after his arrival in this British col colony
ony colony Sunday. ,,
He said he is satisfied. that he
learned all about the internation international
al international situation while he was working
as a lathe operator in an. auto
factory in Wuhan; vt 1-
"I think the. world Is in a state
of ardent 'stirring for peace," he
said.
Sullivan is ,the ninth of 21'ex.
GI's choosing to remain with
their Bed captors at the ,end of
the Korean war who has since de decided
cided decided to return home., He has
been dishonorably ,.dischfrged
from the U.S. Army.

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AT LUNUHEON l3istrict juilge. George H, Bo Idt, of Seattle:Va'sh., isecond from left)
and bis wife are guests of honor at a luncheon offered by Canal Zonp,,Police Chief B. A. Dar-den.
at.the,,,Tivoll .OuesUlouse yesterday, Sholm :here are: Darden, Judge' Boldt, Balboa
Magistrate John E. Deming, Mrs. Boldt and. Ancon District ltidge,'Cru.tbrie T. Crowe771---

HILDA MITCHELL, aole.woman
from Col. NOrMall 11. Wi leity direq
left: Courtney Delman, Oswalcitl
Ernesto Bonny and Alvin Ken VI

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-Heignts tioOrlia
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fficialy Dedic'ate
1,Syinbolizing the respect and af affection
fection affection of, the Caribbean Command
for, its past coommander chiel,
thereommand, headquarters. build building
ing building at,; Quarry Heights & will be
officially dedicated as $ontague
Hall on Thursday,'
&The dedication, In 'memory of
Lt.& Gen. Robert ;M. Montague,
who served 'las- commander in
chief caribbean froom Jan. 5, 1957
telftle' :.'Lettg. 6'e
Boys 7 Got 1 ;
' Fourteen babies Were born at
Coco Solo Hospital during the week
ending at midnight March 26,'' it
was announced ir the regular hos hos'report.
'report. hos'report. During the same per
iod, 88 patients were admitted 'and
M discharged.
.Bables were born' to the follow!,
ing'narents of United States' rill,'
kenshipt, tepl. and' Mrs.. Hayden,
bt Coco Solit& daughter;
PO, and MTS. Charles Breland:of
Colon, daughter; s. Mr. and Mrs.
Hugh Linn., of Margarita,P son;
Mr.'anel Mrs, Louis McGoff,ot Co Coco,
co, Coco, Solo, son; Sgt. and Mrs. Bd-,
Ward Gibbons, of Coco Solito, sOn.
Babies were born to the follow following
ing following parents ctt T'anama nationality;
Mr. ,and Vrs. Aston S. Smith, 'of
Rainbow City, datighter: Mr. and
Mrs., Arthur Roach, of Rainbow
City, daughter; Mr, and, Mrs. Bus Bustorio
torio Bustorio Morales, of Rainbow City,
daughter; Mr.- and Mrs. Kenneth
McClaren. of Colon, son; Mr and
Mrs.., Fernando Chacon," of Co Colon,
lon, Colon, sop; Mr. and Mrs. Nicola For Forde,'
de,' Forde,' -of Colon, daughter; Mr, and
Mrv Angel Romero, of Colon; son;
mr. and Mrs-. Felix Osavio, of Co Colon,
lon, Colon, son. 'r
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;,1'1.'ir. e.d.t4"iirli.eleSs'. of ',10 nUrsing: assistants who: have. Oen troined st gorgas nospitg, Is shown' here, receiving lieli, diplmo ,,
) t;,,t''the-HospitaL'' At the left is Mni,. Ara Norris, instructor of ;the class. Others in the group are.Ybeginning -at :Wiley's
Al ,,,,,exther, Griffit14. and George gusto ve, anti in the .,...back !ow, :Allonbs Rogers; Milciades. Prescotti Leslie Tatither, :.,
p.i)xt,
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dedleation address and will unveil 1
the:name plate ovet the main' en.
tranee.v'Three other name plates
overAhe other entranceuto the
tlding. will be uncovered at the
,c,int4usion of the ceremony. ki ,i,
1
'Iliittlitaiits invited to attend the
'dedication ceremony in additioti to
Gen., and Mrs.' Harro'd will, be'
l'Got,s,And Mrs? W.' E. Patel, IL!
S''.4,41uhaisador 'to Panama and
Mra'Autian F. Harrington, ,Maj.
','fitfA.:-Iod Mrs: Truman H. Lan..
Itti:qtear Adm.,!and Mrs George
il.'''Welesi Brig. Gen and M r s

dieation address and will 'travail ot. Gen.:and Mrs. Montague from
a:name plate over. the main' en. the Canal Zone and Patiama.Y,!.
knew Three other name plates The staff ofacers of headquar headquarerAhe
erAhe headquarerAhe other entrances to the ters Caribbean Command and their
xilding will be uncovered at the wives and members 0. the
114tision of the ceremony. ki ry staffs of the three component
,- , 4 1 services of the tommand also
titotiltaiim twilled 'to atfetid the attend. '
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1g tower an other din.
civle and businesS
.
Vitomen Democrats
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4WASHINGT011 CUP)--ADetno::
erotic women from al', parts of
the nation) will ,loone up On eco economics
nomics economics and other campaign issueli
in( an annual conference here Ap'201-22,
the party, announOed
the coderence will give
the women "an opportunity to
question experts on,the cause and
'elfectofthe Republica recession,"
Mrs. katie Louchheimr v,1 c e
'chairman of' the' Democratic NI NItonal
tonal NItonal Committee said 'the con,
ferance, would be opened with; a
dinner on ,April 20 honoring
Speaker Sairi,,Rayburn.?
,
Mrs. Fratiklin D., Roosevelt tind
Averell Harriman ,'of New
York will speak, at the 25th tont tontvetrsary
vetrsary tontvetrsary of the New Deal at tunch-r
eon Pn April 21. Former President
1Truman and Senate Democratic
ILeader Lyndon B.' Johnson
speak on ApriL22. ,
Several panel discusSions ,also
Will be held (luring the'. three-day
conference with party leaders,
congressmen, and Senators partic participatmg.
ipatmg. participatmg.
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On RediTo DiSCUSS tall fledied nursing -assistants.! ofessiorAal' pe-rs-on-n-sl- -off the
. , tur,.ing service and to train
NuclearTests Halt During the graduation' st ,personnel;to relieve tife. orolesGorgas-
Hospital,' the ten neW sional-s-nurses 'of, certain, ward
.
r, LONDON,. April (1.111)., nursing assistants were .intro, activities :so, that the burses
prImeminister Harold Macrnil- duced by their instruCtor,' Mrs. can Use their specialized knowl knowllan
lan knowllan called on the Soviet Union Ara Naris member Of the edge and skill' tO better ad adtoday
today adtoday to discuss at a new Sum hospital staff, ',and the', diplo, vantage.,
mit conference with the West mas were, presented by Col. s 7
the Russian offer ,to halt n4- Norman- Hi.Wile, Superintend ,
clear test explosiOns.., (IA of Gbrgas Hospital.. '', 'f.
Macmillan told the HoOse :
Commons that Britain, to com-ni -The class,at Coco Solo is be- t --
mon with the other, western' ing instructed by Miss,Florence 04 r
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powerso long has been anxious Edbrooke, Director of Nu,rses L I

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PrIrneMinister Harold Maernil

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' to:,rlegotiate, an East-West dis- Ooco ,;' i
arrhament agreement,,Inciddingn,',,i"
.suepension of nuclear, tests un- "- Selected last-'.'year'-'through
der proper conditions. rIgi'Obreetlingl.test,7.the new.
He.. recalled-. that ,the ,.West wirsing.: assistants have been
.last .,,uly propbsed... setting up learning their duties In's: rigor.,
:an expert. committee to wOrlt,,,ous!,'course training' wiliCh
out the inspection system...L.:, provided: them Imith .a general
"Mat: offer still stands,' he knowlerife Ornursing assistant
sale...! duties in the:4cure. of, patints
with yar,otia tPes 14 illnesses:

FORECASTS ACCURATE 1
' BERN, Switzerland (UP)---More
than lour out of every live weath,
er forecasts'Inade hy,, the Swiss
Federal Meteorolopeal Institute
in 1957 turned ,out to be correct,
the governinent reported yesterdaY
It said the accuracy of the fore forecasts
casts forecasts was 83 pr cent:
SAFETY PROqRAM FAILS
TOKYO, April 'MP), Dis
gusted police today ,reported cab
accidents increased 50 per cent
during the first, four days of
Tokyo's "taxi no .0 accident week".
No figures were,released.,
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immoosiononm : VIII I
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Directed by Clio.kRLES VPOR
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Graduation; exercises Were (
held Ask week for, RI:employes i
of Gorge& Hospital. who are the
first to complete a year of in-..
struetion during' which ,they
were trained for their. new
ties as nursing assistants.
, ,
Another class of nine r em employes
ployes employes of coco -solo Hospi.t44
will, be graduated April 16, ELS
otary'Club
. ..,
- The .zegular weekly limcheon of
the Panama .- Rotary: Club will be
heeld tomorrow instead of:Thurs of:Thursday.
day. of:Thursday. Place: El Panama H 14 t o p;,
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