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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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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The bill now goes to conference
to resolve any differences which
may exist between,it and the Sen Senate
ate Senate Bill S72 which also granted
certain increased annuities ,to re retired
tired retired employes.
Both bills will give an extra
, annuity up to 8600 to those
dows of retired elnpiorn- whose
bushandi died prior to 1948.

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NEW YORK (UP) Dinah
, Shore, 'Bob Hope and Captain
Kangaroo shared individual hon honors
ors honors today when the annual
George Foster Peabody awards
for excellence in Tadio and tele television
vision television broadcasting were made,
Miss Shore's NBC-TV show, was
Named the, best musical. enter entertainment
tainment entertainment on tele,vision, a
special citation lor "unfailing
good taste, irrejliressible spirits
and sheer talent."

WASHINGTON (UP) Members i
of the Senate Rackets Committee
'put partisan feuding behind them
yesterday and wound up almost
six weeks of stormy hearings on
note of good feeling.
Although there was -chance
one other witness tnight be clues clues.
. clues. tioned later in the week, the coin.'
mittee was expected to 'stand in
recess untileApril 14, when an en en-
- en- tirely new investigation will be be'
' be'
-
Since Feb.26, the committee has
been occupied with two strikes by
the United Auto Workersone a a1,
1, a1, gainst the Kohler Co. of Shebot Shebotgap,
gap, Shebotgap, Wis., and the' other against
, the Perlect Circle Corp. of India India'
' India' Tho politically tingued inqui
rY Produod many a clash ba
tween Republican and Demoira
, tic committee members ar4 well
' as among senators and witness.
: But as the hearing came to a
close, Sena Barry:Goldwater -(RAriz.)
extedd,ed the olive branch.
He told Chairman John L. McClel McClellan
lan McClellan (D-Ark.) that if it appeared at
times the GOP members were "a "against
gainst "against him," this was not the ease.,
Go dwater praised McClellan's
"fairness and impartiality" and
- said he Tealized the chairman had
been under "heavy strain."
The spirit of conciliation also
, was exhibited by McClellan to toward
ward toward a witness he earlier bad
' itemised of lying.
NI bee the witness, Paul Carper
of Anderson, Ind., retttrned to the
witness chair briefly,, McClellan
st told him he had not meant to cast
doubt on his entire story. '
"I could ha wrong," McClellan
sail, "but part of it didn't make
sense." ,
referred to -Carrier's rtalm.1
th::t he was' innocent y singing
r onlol songq as "Solidarity
Forever" and "Old Scabs Never

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-comedian Hopi,- recently backl"TheZe Shall Be ,No Night,"
, the PeabQdY w e I
a A.k4iu-iur' an. Night,v t'sleome
bution to international, under- the Quad." t
standing. IlewaS called the , , ,
"wisecracking, ever-cheeful sYm- ;I Teleision 'education: "The
bol of ,,aniabundant and good- jitage Series,',WQED, Pittsbi
, natured land." Pa ,,s
captain ,,Kan,garoo- '(13ob-.Kee, Local radio education:','
shan in real life) Nivea cited as Are The Jury,". WKAR,
"virtally the only genuine chit chitdren'a
dren'a chitdren'a program Aeft On network Lansing, Mich.
,Local television youth and
television--certainly the only one dren's programs: "Wunda
which Tuts the wel'are ; of the na," KING-TV (ABC);,, SeE
children ahead of that of ',the wfish. 1
' sponsor.", '
, Publisher asd TV panelist Ben- Television public sievide:
net Cerf,, chaintan' of the, Pea- 'Last Word," CBS.
body ,Awards board, read the el- -Local television public' serl
tations,and awards were present- "Panorama," (C
ed 'by ,Dr, John E.'Drewry,jlean Denver, Colo. '
of the 'University of e i a Local radio p 1 c serl
Schoof of 'Journalism which ad- KPFA-FIVI, Beriteley,;Calif.,
',ministers the fund left by the late Spedal radio-television aw
, George Foster Peabody. The oc- NBC, for its outstanding cont
casion was a lunch ineetip of the tion to education thpough the
Radio and Television ExcUtivear les' Of 'educational programs
Society of New ,' to educational stations across
Qther awards were: '', country: 'and the "Know
Radio and television ne(Vt: Schools" project by NBC;
' tor depth and range, includ- and operated stations. I-
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--, Retired Civil Service employes are due to get a 10 per
cent increase in their annuities if a bill which' passed' the
, House today is signsd by the President. ,,

, According to Fred De V. Still. president of the Nation Nation-
- Nation- al Association of Retired Civil,Emplayes,' the House today
passed the annuity jncrease hitt HR-607. I s'
This wilt grant a 10 per cent-mcrease to ail persone
, who have retired under the generaltivil Service Act prior
,to Oct. 1.1,950, and includes both US and nOn-US citizens.
, It does not include hewever.the super-annuged local
rater:workers, who are,given gash reherpayments by the
Panama Canal Company.:

NARCE president,Sill called this
the 'Forgotten WidowS of 1948"
clause, slue those women who
bec a me widow s 'alter 1948 4 are
already the recipients of certain
annuities. ;
, If the bill is Signed before the
end of this month b: President
Eisenhower, A will gtk into effete

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ing Face the Nation," "See It
Now." "The 20th Century," and'
"This Is New York."
Television ,-,- news: ABC. for
"Prologue 51?! and other signifi significant
cant significant news coverage by John
Charles Daly and associates.
, Local radicil television news: 1
Louis M. Lyops, WI3GH, Boston,
Massachusetts.'
Television entertainment (non (nonmusical):
musical): (nonmusical): "I-I allm ark hall o.
Fame," NBC, with special ,men ,mendon
don ,mendon of "The, Green Pastures,"!
"There Shall Be ,No Night,"
w e
'Night," ).te:tatit, t, eomert ot
the Guatd."
Television education: "The her heritage
itage heritage Series,' WQED, PittsbUrgh,
Local radio education "You
Are The Jury,", WKAR, East
Lansing, Mich.
,Local television youth and chit chitdren's
dren's chitdren's programs: "Wunda Wun Wunda,"
da," Wunda," KING-TV (ABC))'., Seattle,
1 Wa'sh. '

Television public sievice: "The
'Last Word," CBS. ,
-Local television public' service:
"Panorama," (CBS),
Denver, Colo. '
' Local radio p b 1 c service;
KPFA-FIVI, Berkeley,: --
Special radio-te'evisiort swami:
NBC, for its outstanding contribu contribution
tion contribution to education thPough the ser series'
ies' series' Of 'educational programs fed
to educational stations across the
country; ,'and the ,"Know Your
Schools" project by NBC; owned

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Die" when he ives shot during a
1953 disturbance at a Perfect Cir Circle
cle Circle plant in New Castle, Ind..
Compariy witnesses contended
that Carper was part of a ,"inob"
G.!' strikers a rt d sympathizers
which descended on the plant with
the obvious intent of wrecking it
Goldwater conceded the' Kohler KohlerPer:ect
Per:ect KohlerPer:ect Circle hearings had been
tiresome. But he disputed charges
that they were a waste of time.
Sen. Pat iVicNarnara -,, Mich.)
made such a charge when he re resigned
signed resigned from the committee Mon Monday.
day. Monday. :
- Goldwater said the inquiry
showed a "developing pattern bf
violence" on the part of the UAW.'
hi said he was convinced there
was- a definite need Or legislation
to make unions retponsible for
acts of violence by their members,
- tile said the "outstanding dis
closure" could be summed unly
the word "power." Unless curb curbed,
ed, curbed, he said, Labor leaders will
'develop their power to a point
' that will threaten the nation.'

,State

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Girls State and Boys btate w
fu
close this evening, ono day earli earlier
er earlier than planned, the directors of
the youtn sessions Announced ,to ,today.
day. ,today. There have' been 22 eases
of minor respiratory sliments a among
mong among girls and 12 eases among
b3 boys (wring, the' last tew, days.

Canal Zone and Army health
inuhorites agreeil that, the
session shout close. as soon as
possible' offer competthg them
courses of instructions in orkr to
prevent possible spread 'ot respi respiratory
ratory respiratory intectionsi 4, I
Upper respiratory hifoctioni
are prevalent in, thost; anal
A.o.le ourng this season. tho
minimal authorities ,'.indicated.
Althougtv they did not Jogard
the ncleonce among the youths
at Gins and Boys-blot as dis disturbing'
turbing' disturbing' they aovisod that tho
, young peep,' he ?tont home as'
soon as possible.:
- Incubation periods for those re respirltor.,
spirltor., respirltor., aliments range trom
Inree, to 'seven ,daYs. medical ex
aminations were yequired before
the delegates arrived ,, at -Fort
Llayton 'last Itursuay.,,-Ilowever
SOtile, of tife boys atm gin,a began
i9,, SnOW symptoms anti were un-'
meotately sent homeThey appar apparhad,
had, apparhad, been etp0Sed to mitelton,before-iney
Advice vol, heatt auliorlies
,
was ,retweste by the4Boys- and
Girls States ; di:7ectors,, Medical
examinitions -sre stan4arcr:ye stan4arcr:yequirement
quirement stan4arcr:yequirement for these sessiqns..,
,Certificates of completion -are

AdV111.1,,,W4W00 wa .usLar
being awarded to the delegates'
and the one-Pay curtailment wl
not materially affect the cours'
of Instruction for Girls and Bo$s1
State, as the last day is. usually
spent in preparatior4 for graduation,
exercises. ,,
' Warren Taylor of Aruba, Nether-1
,
lands ;West Indies, was ,elected
governor ot Crossroads Boys State
last evening, with ,Pat Tate of Ft.
Clayton as vice, governor., Nevi
secretary of state is Ken De Gon
of Fort Kobbe, with Graham
Gross, of Fort Clays)a, is attor attorney
ney attorney general and Henry 'Barker,
Curundu,, is treasurer-auditor.
- May Watson of Balboa is t h e
new governor of Caribbean Girls
State, with Martha Miller; Balboa,
as Lt.lgovernor. New secretary of
state is Ann Haskell, Balboa. and
Cein Elleston of Balboa is attor attorney
ney attorney general. :

US Famili'd02.40

Proposd Postal
Hike Would Cost

, WASHINGTON (UP)--The Post
,
office Department estitnated
today that the Eisenhower ad administration's
ministration's administration's nr000sed nostal rate
increase would cost the average
family 20 cents ot nnonth
The department also said that
75 per cent of the increase would
be paid by ,,"business users.'4,
It said the average $2.40 fam family
ily family increase on postage annually
compares with $7.25 it costs them
now ,In annual taxes to make up
the postal deficit.

;A' Senate House Conerence
Committee. is trying to work otit
a compromise between Senate,.
passed measure providing for the
administration's four 0, cent local
and five cent out of town
letters, and a House measure set
ting the four .eent rate ,for a
first class letters.

April Continues, Torrid CZ' Trend;
Coming Iluthidity VIM 'Ad To Vices'

April Started oft with a bang this year-4o far as warm
weather was concerned. Maximum temperatures at Balboa
Bights bit a hies of 94.6 degrees yesterday afterntion and
' there' apparently was no relief in sigh. April Ia'' traditionally
one of the warmest months of the year.
The warm weather experienced yesterday was just the
, Continuation of a long spell of torrid weather which has pla plagued
gued plagued the Pacific side f ri; the past month. During most of that t
time, the maximum temperatures have rarely be below 90
' degrees. -
. The present warm weather has been itecompaniedhy lov;
- humidity-4er Panama, that
Yesterday afternoon the humidity was 52 percent...This
will go much highee later when the dry season winds die out
and the humid conditions of the rainy season begin to be felt,

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' 1 Army'. families have pitched in to help Mrs. Emily Bell whose
husband, SP2 Donald J. Bell, was killed in an automobile acci accident
dent accident on Monday, just one day .after' their arrivahm the Isthmus..
'", ''. Members of the NCO Wives' Club of' Fort Gulick, and their
. families have' taken care of the six Bell children, and have COOk
ed meals for the family. They have' been with the widow con-,,,
stantly since -the tragedy occurred. . ,,
v.-,, Wives of 518th Engineer Company; to which SF2 Bell had
been assigned, have also helped In many ways, as have all the
'residents of Coco So Mo. A spontaneous collection among ,the Ceco
. Solito residents resulted in, a gift of $250 for Mrs. Bell, while
donations of warm clothing took care ,of an immediate problem,
since they' lut brought no winter'. clothes with them; , :.
Mrs.' '. Bell 'and the Children Tocurnen to Joliet on "SaturdaY
will leave at 3 a.m.. tomorrow morning: '.' Services are to be
by' Commercial plane for Joliet, held 'in the' Sonntag Funeral
II'.', They came across to the Home in: the Illinois eityk
Pacific Side today, whers they An k Army spokesman com comare
are comare ,,staYing the Tivoli' Guest menting on the assistance given
House : as guests of the First Mrs: Bells, said, '"We wanted to
Battle Group 20th Infantry of take care of,,' her ; just as --we
Kobbe until they, leave for, T0- would ,- want our, ovin families
cumen.,--."; ' ,,t , ,, to P..to taken care of should such
, Accompanied by' Sgt. RarOld a :: tragedy f, happen to any, of
E.' Bart of the 518th Engineers, us." - ,,t,, 0,
the. body will be 'flown from With Sgt.'Clifford t. Twedell,
----'--- also of the 518th Engineers, the
. '''',. ''.' ? ,-' .- ', ii' '", young ,' soldier ,' was r, in a car
Plane 'Crash Nicht' which collided; with 'a' bridge
''. fence abouV a Mile ,,from', Fort
1 ', ,, ; ,' : -' :. Sherman Ort the S-2 road,, fa faRichard
Richard faRichard Gau Buned t.a1.1.vy., injUring ,Beil. ,,,i, ,,, ., .. ,,,,
1
Arosa :Sun Jae ,Upo
1 ItiltrEemetery. ,:!:' : If
. ,,,, -. .. . ..
. .
., Funeral 'services.' for, Richard Temporary i,Repairs
Gau, 2., Balboa ,youth Who died ,, ., ,t. ,
as a result of burns received in
,
Came:.To- $10,C!9:,,
all' airplane crash, were held
yesterday at :St.. Mary's Church . ,, . .. ), : ,, '1' : : ", ,: ,, ..
in Balboa. ';',- ,,,.., ', ' -, "-
,,...,1,hestan,01,4 vastlarnme cot Tempora'ri ;,repitirs to ', the
cre',.-e $biry-Art:tgalurk-ltre,e6mH
friends and tchoolinates of ,tthe r,tcf,'"-t.., ,Ti-it,tiLip ,wliii' wai'dis21-year-old
American, who tiled 1- ;
t iniurieti recelvted irt-t-:plane ;0.'t14.Th bY 'firrrt iod Wag ttrie
i.tto CrlstoCal, two'. wecks agO,
Crash at. Santa Clara March O. ;ill 'probably Aeave .i-id' Isthmus
': Two of the four'. occupants .;4,mtirow,... .1, .;.
walked away,' front,' the crash. Boyd,, Brothers, ilocal'. agents
A third,-, Douglas Schmidt, ., 21.
of Ancon, is still in Gorges, 'but, gdraythteharlihs: vLet-nsky13.whIliPitploabid...
l'his condition is termed 'Igood.!'i ably .g0 on 'a trial' run qins af afi
i afi :Young Gan was buried' at Co- ternoon- tefore -leaving tomor tomorrozal
rozal tomorrozal yesterday following- the
row for Baltimore,' where' per permass
mass permass held in the church. He is manent repairs will be com comsurvived
survived comsurvived by '1, his parents,',, Mr., pleted. '' ', ''.! '' ' '
and Mrs. Preston Gau,, and '; a .r, --- ',- -' '-'1,',. ( :. -. :, 4
sister-, The senior Gau,: is an An 'original estimate' 'of 445,-
employe 'of the Canal's :Comp :Comp.
. :Comp. trller's ()Ince' ''' .7' '.. :.';',:l '' '' ffst'Irleaxdaeiniwnhedserrattiletk'seh)1,1Plidtvuasi'-
1, '-' '',1 ',,.',.. ,, ''. ' trial' Division nier :has ,Itartiped
tO $70,000 for the temporary re reIrs
Irs reIrs completed lftere, ,i,t,1 i,
,.." ,Meanwhile; it was -- learned:
s!Puarrwl t ocit'actnriaretwImiwneontho',tedhiemedrsanawSeernegi,.,iirnnte:
that the news of Gates .death
was -- withheld ..,from,,,Schmidt
until;,,,, yesterday, ...when ,: it was
deemed advisable to -tell
him' inred, Non; of th' 0 216 Passent
Me ', Rev.. William W, Baldwin' Imm'.
gers 'who were MI the Caribbean
iof 'St; Andrew's Church In Co Cocruise
cruise Cocruise were hurt, however. 'I'he
,c011, broke 1,he news, to Schmidt,
Ares& Sun was',, towed to, tria triawho
who triawho piloted' the ill-fated plane.
. 1The other two' young ,,,men
aVlio were in the crash were ju- .t
,I
?hal by the tug Taboga.,, .:.-
lio Wright' of Panama City and '' ----'oe--.. ---1-.7''':-!""'-'74'!"1
't William T.,-- Coffey of Gambo,a. Fewer USVor ers'
1 All'' four, were ',21 years 'of .age., ,, 2 .... '.. ., ,i,,
.

7-The date of the trial was"zet
yesterday at a pre-trial confer conference'
ence' conference' held in chamber of .1Dis .1District
trict .1District Court Judge Guthle P.
Crowe,- between attorneys. Or
the plaintiff, Van Siclen, Rami Ramirez
rez Ramirez and de Castro, and fOr the
defendant, Paul Bentz and Da David
vid David Markut.
'It& suit,' LIM Aug. 2K. 1155,
8eafarer, 8.A., nwners ef the
S S. Oallowa,, charges that the
fk$r.o.tria Cau4 pilet cn EA,
sbip, Capt. .r.-,130,Ard Buehler was
irecrupetent because he7
1) Ran the Galloway aground
while he was in sole charge of
her transit:
2) Ordered the vessel to prO.
ceed at a rate of speed in ex excess.
cess. excess. of -that prescribed :by the
rules ancrregulations;
3) Was inattentive,to du,-
ties: failed- to stay at.his post
while the Galloway ,vitas under-i
, 4) railed, to give:the proper
helm orders; ; ,,
, 5) Palled to take any proper
Precautions when the danger
of the ship's going aground and
stranding was apparent; and
6) Failed to keep the Gallo Galloway
way Galloway in rniddle 9f the chan channel.
nel. channel. ,
, The Galloway 'ran aground
and stranded on the west bank
of the Canal on May 9, 1955.
after having madea turn into
Bas ,Obispoiteach.
President of thrTeararet,
S.A., is listed as H. H. van

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ILV VV., ASLAW A A cuAciuta, N,A10.), 401,.6 r. - ,
Williarn T.,- Coffey of Gambo,a r ewer US Wor ers'
An lour were 21 years ot age. . -.. ,, ,
, ----',"------1H 1. : Qua Foctory'Jolls
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'F b' ' ''
Slit For:Accident ' - ' '''
, , , tiring t e ru ry
To SS Galloway -:: ''' ' ..W'ASHINGTON,;'kin1, t.' 'i '(uP)
' 'i'. Tht L.abor Department re reFvoarts4urn
Fvoarts4urn reFvoarts4urn t
it athefierwforbstaill7ebwruc3ar'kry athefierwforbstaill7ebwruc3ar'kry,
, athefierwforbstaill7ebwruc3ar'kry, i , ,, -...., urthan in,any month since World
Set For June, Ifrial',
, The "quiD rate", dr1pPed to 0
A $74,600 admiralty suit filed nat II,, 4
Rer ,10001imini.,e1Pdebriruamarier,, ruellelectt ruellelectttrattemitieS
trattemitieS ruellelectttrattemitieS i ,
against ,.1 the Panama Canal
Company by the owners of ,' e'
ship, S.S. Galloway, which ran' ltp4p0
s. ,Partory layoffs dec ined "sub,
3., ,, . , shtiagnht,lalalyt;u! a,11,yhstievme
agroand while transiting the
Canal, will be tried in IT.
District Court in Amon on Jane ,n'tthe' 'rdcem 'rdcemPartmen
Partmen 'rdcemPartmen said. T' ey,,,, skidded
, The date of the trial warset
yesterday at a pre-trial confer- from 38 per 1000 January to
logs also dropped slightly',1ast
month, ,, -,,,, .., ,,,.,. .,,,,
27' per' 1000 -last nth. '-' Hir Hirence'
ence' Hirence' held in chamber of ,, Dis District
trict District Court Judge Guthle F.
Crowe,- between attorneys for
dropped most in' e previously
the plaintiff, Van Siclen, ltami- The departrhene said "layaffs
hard-hit heavy anufacturing
. , plants. Airiraft p nts reported
decline in layofflf 1
rez and de Castro, and for' the
a pickup, in hiri g and some
defendant, Paul Bentz and Da David
vid David Markut.
' 1.4e snit,' flied Aug. 2K. 1133,
!sy Seafarer, 8.A., owners ef the
S.11.,S7.....0Gmaallawcaal,Lfh.Pp-rite.,t8 tchnat, It: '..liAGWEE0'. NOTE f-.7;
SYRACUSE, N.1Y. --' MP.) ',--
State Conservation Department of-,
ship, Cant, 1H3wArd Buehler was
tidal Anthony S.,,' Taormina said
ircrelpetertt because he:.
birdi feed on ragweed during the
-1) Ran the Galloway aground
while he was in sole charge of
her transit: , , Winter, thus cuttiog down the
2) Ordered the vessel to pro- amount of ragweed pollen, that
ceed at a rate of speed in ex- frets bay fever sufferers in the
ees of -that prescribed tv the summer, ' ':, 1 '

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terriobn- refore-leating tomor-1
row for Baltimore,' where' per-I
manent 'repairs will be com completed,
pleted, completed, '
An original estimate 'of $45,-
000 made whet trivohip waif
first examined at' the 'Indus 'Industrial'
trial' 'Industrial' Division Dier :has 1,1uniped
t $70,000 for the temporary re repairs
pairs repairs completed Igoe,
Tho' crewmen ',died' as
suit of fire in the -main engine
room, and two dthers were 'in 'injured,
jured, 'injured, None' of the 216 tlisseni
gers'who were Oil the Caribbean
cruise were 'hurt, however, The
Arbsa Sun was',,towed to Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal by the tug, Taboga.:

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one o! six f outstanding journa journalists,"
lists," journalists," the telegram said "select "selected
ed "selected foi a free portrait (half hour
sitting) by famous Japanese artist
Shojiro Takata; whose work 'is
now on display at Japan Trade
Center,
- "Takata will 'immortalize you
in your office or at the Japan
Trade Center any time this week.
Just call us."
' Immortall4attotrirtVOrth"rtall.
"Who," I liked the man at the
trade center, "are the other five

'OF PAN4MA

National Guard authorities have
revealed that an average of five
or six foreigners are being arrest arrested
ed arrested every njght when a check re reyeals
yeals reyeals ihat their documents are
not in order.
, The majority of those picked
up are said to be Jamaicans and
Colombians who are not register registered'
ed' registered' at the Comandancia.

' Panama Province ;iuthotities
have warned dog owners that un unregistered
registered unregistered animals found running
at large will be picked up'; and
impounded. Owners wishing to
move from one district to anoth another,
er, another, and take their dogs along Will
be required to have the animals
innoculated against rabiees. I
, Next fall, a janibe )census is
planned as part of the program
of animal beikith control.

tleg Mopes

, LONDON (Ur Sad-eyed Prin Princess
cess Princess Margaret moped' around her
royal residence today, recovering
frcim what was generally oelieved
to be a bawling out irom her sis,
ter the Queen for entertaining ex.
suitor Peter Townsend.
The Princess Monday night
hurried back to the Clarence'
House home she shares with her'
mothet.
She had s,pen Queen Elizabeth
twice be ore that and wide,
spread reports said en, both oceS,
sieve ,she was deesse4, down foi
defying the Queen and. letting it
be, known that she Intends to con continue.
tinue. continue. seeing TOwnsend, whosel
hancL she renounced in 1955,in s
duty-before-lore statement.
Margaret went horseback riding
with the-, Queen, Monday morning
in the grounds of Windsor Castle
where the Quten is staying. Thet
trotted and tllked for 4.5 minuttas
berors Joinirrg Philip and Queew
Mother Etizabeth for coffee at the
Royal Lodge.
Then at 2:30 p.m. Margaret left
the lodge and drove to the castle
'for another talk with the Queen.
She returned 'to the lodge at 5:45
p.M. aid left for London a half
hour later, ,

1 VA-D.'isillusion's i::":
Dividend' Hopefuls
WA HINGTON ( P) Th VA VAerans
erans VAerans Administration, shattered, a
lot of false hopes today. ,, 4
It maid it isn't true it is holding
60 million dollars in National Ser Service
vice Service Life Insurance premiums
waiting Vol"- veterans ,to claim
their shares., 41 ,, ,,,-
- A 'deluge of postcard requests
for dividends, has swamped ,the
VA since the incor,rect report was I
published. ,,,
1
The VA said- the rumor may
have stemmed from the recent
cancellation of 63,000 undeliver undeliverable
able undeliverable National Service ,Life Insur-1
ance dividend checks, 1,most, of
which date back to the 1948 r9-
chit dividend paid in 1950 to poiIcy-holders
or es-policy holders.,
The agency ,said these check's
total less than three million dol dollars.
lars. dollars. They were returned b,ecause
the veterans ,had moved without
leaving change in add ss notices
with their post-offices. '- ,''
Iii
;Although the, checks eve been
cancelled, the money is being
he'd in a special fund and, will
be paid to eligible veterans as'
they are located. ,,

DUCOMMUN METAS ,MERGE
; SAN FRANCISCO (1.1P)' The
merger of DUCOMMUn Metals and
Supplv and ',A. J. Glesener
Co.,, Inc., became effective to'''
Glesener, f, an ,,, industrial, tool
and supply' distributor, will or3er,
ate as- an autonomous wholly
owned Ducommun subsidiary, the
company announcement said.

outstanding journalists?" t,
"Well," he said"there's Harry
Kenny, Hy Gardner,. and a cou coufrlie
frlie coufrlie of other fel'owsall outstand outstand'That's
'That's outstand'That's ,okay," he said, "they
never heard of you either,' But
you're all outstandingor will be
whem Takata gets through with
, Takata arrived at the 4)f f I e e
with painting kit In hand, bowed
twice, inhaled through his teeth,
picked up from' his 'kit a dark
cake-the- size-of- t- beiv.-et soap,-
anct said: ;
"Sinee."

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WASHINGTN, April 2 (UP) -- President Eistilhow Eistilhow,
, Eistilhow, er sounded another go-slow warning today on cuttir
The President told news conference that wl! pu,:t
stop and look very steadily at proposals to cut tax- !!)
said we tilust really make sure that we are right cr I
a tax cut would have a beneficial effect upol the ecer.c.-

in future years. ,
. He was asked a'boUt Nw York financer Perry.rd
Baruch's statement yesterday that it would beHt;:!y" ct
the present tim03 cut' taxes.
The President repliid that he had known Earuch f:r
30 years, had greia respect for hisvpinions, and 1,:!;:y:1;
that they,warranted serious consideration.

,
In other news' confetenc
highlights,: the President: ','
, his .Defense Depart DepartMent
Ment DepartMent reorgani t ion '' olan,
which he' probably will aubmit
t) Congress tomorrow,is based
Ion the necesisty of the defense
secretary having central au authority,
thority, authority, ,as he romnosi romnosi,
, romnosi, lion :and' strategic. planning of
k Armed' FOrceat- -,''
that spite
, Ibis' objections,' he signed the
amtf-reetssion ,7 housing" bill
yeaterday because he believ believ-
- believ- ed Ala,' advantages outweigh.
, ed the disadvantages.
t 4: ,,
,f Said,. he hadn't :abandoned
llope that Russia, ould ,change
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' Nearly 400 Canal employes
and their slependents 'were in.
culated against poliomyelitis
yesterday at the temporary vac vaccination
cination vaccination station in the rotunda
of the Administration Building
at Balboa Heights.
Although the majority of the
persons ,receiving the Injections
weie being given., the third in
the series Initiated last ,July,, a
number received ,first and sec second
ond second inoculations of the series.
, For the convenience of em employes
ployes employes in the Industrial Area
in Balboa, the temporary vac
cination station will be estab established
lished established ,there tomorrow in the
Mair.1 entrance of Building 48.
'A third' tetnliorary valcina,
tion station will be Astablished
later this month in the Indus.,
trial Area in Cristobal.

Driver Who Forced
CopOut Of Lone
Pciys $20 Fine
A $20. fine was imposed today
in Balboa Magistrate's Court on
a Panamanian driver forc forced
ed forced Canal ZOni 'motorcycle
policeman out of his lane. ,,,
, The defendant, Rafael Oon Oonzilez,
zilez, Oonzilez, WaS found giulty of
ing to obey traffic aids."
'According to teeti mony
brought out in. court, Gonzales
passed outside of his marked
lane while driving own car.
and forced an oncoming motor motorcycle
cycle motorcycle coo out of his lane:. t
The accident occurred on Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Road near the Balboa YM

"I know it's you," said. 4.'How
do you want me to Pose?"
smee," said Takata,. hold holding
ing holding up the cake. "I paint with it.
Spelled s u m I. Pronounced smee.
Makes black painting. It is pine
tree wood,, burned to' charcoal,
mixed with glue binder. Process
invented 2,000 years ago.", A
Re got a glass of 'water, wet
'the sumi, rubbed brush across
,
P'Please to ,sit at typewriter.
,Lookatwall.4:11o41.4aveliakubyo
face tausai suitcoat."
'
"I 'may have a hakubyo face,"

its attitude sufficiently' sl that
litere can -tbe a con.1"uctiva
East-West Summit srP;.:t,
H --Described as ri,tatut ,ts a
statement that a so-ratird
ace guard was lc' ep,u-1 ft-1,
him information t At 1-t 'sly 'I
have. This v ns ( --- 1
witn st ,ter ,.t
Ccnt, ,television- Latervie k,
Beni Styles 13ridges th,-;41.11.).
, 4--Expresstd the opinion that
industrial automation- will be- a
good thing '10r the nation but
'cautioned t that industry
.should not use it only for the
purpose of throwing people out
of work. 4-
, Said he does not believe4
large nuclear testt'device
can bor exploded secretly 1.'1
without : detectIon by other
countries.' '4,: ...
--Vetoed a suggestion that the
'Psyc,hological, Warfare Board be,
re-established in an .4- effort...to '-
,improve U.S. achievements in a
'propaganda battle with' Russia.. :
,But he coneeded that it might
,a good, idea to have one of official,
ficial, official, possibly, in the State De,
partment, for that. purpose.
'14 SAM emphatically that he
1' does not ,,- believe the ; .nation
ean be put back the road 2".',
,' to economic recovery, Just by
Federal spending. He laid be
Would ,rather see more private
spending -instead. t
he decided -sonietime
ago,, when the matter 'was' under
-consideration;: against, -putting
Vice-President Richard M. Nixon
at the' he'aci of 'an' inter-govern, ,,'
ment operating committee which
sees that White House decision
are' carried out' by the various
dePartments and agencles,'-
, said it, was-decided 'that
thig would bA Impossible because
or the Viesi Prolietnetit RtlittgoAtewv ,,
and onstitutional responabilts
- :
However, the', President said :
that Nixon had beenigiven.rnore
onnortunity than any other VINI
President, be knew, Of to tart14,,
eine in executive -, department
planning' ancl decisions. .;, .;.
;:
Of Miiiiiriciiiport.,:-
Ag Chief ::-.:-
Ku3roth.- chief of :'the
Southern District; of the' Motor
Transportation 4- ;Division, will
et.4 as stperintendent of the,
Motrm -Transportation '',,
during the absence of ,Rbger W.
Adam. it has been arnourced
by the Transportation and Ter TerDirectclf.
Directclf. TerDirectclf. ,
Adams. who is on military
leave, will be absent throug4
April- 11: -- '-' -; : '1

'Ginter

1 i said, l'but the coat Is from Bar-. .- '.
ney's 'Seventh Avenue and. .."
' It didn't take long to, be immor
talized. He set it in front of nie.
,e "Seems to me the nose is more
immortal than the rest," I said.
"Japanese artists," put in the
man from the trade center, who
had come along, "have a hard
time in the U.S. American noses
look very big to them."
' Takata bowed. I
"'Thank you," I said. "Says.
nara."- ,
.Ws slice tolinow you're an c-tA,.........
(standing journalist, even it c,,,.., ,,
1 one respect. -

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II. ce'nt increase in their -annuities if a bill whi6h paised- the
'7- House today is signed by the PreSident. '''- : ' ..,:
: rik ,' According to Fred De V. Still. president of the Nation
.
- 11 al Association of Retired Civil Employes the House today
N
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,
, passed the annuity ,increase bill HR-607. I
41, -': This wilt grint a 10 per cent increase to ail persone
A, who have retired under the generaltivil Service- Act prior
., ,to Oct. 1,1,950, and incliides both US and non-US citizens.
lq,',: It does noi include hewever.the super-annuged lOcal lOcalri,
ri, lOcalri, rater:Worker' s, who are given4 ga;sh palief 'paynients by ,the
.4,11, Panama Canal Company., 4 .,.1.,...- 2. -, ,.,
1 ''' toTrheesolivile
I coensfe'mr ezet tle AltE. Pr' esid'ent, Sill Calld 'thi.,
' '' b nac)ni icGtr.f8fetrpen'e th 'Forgotten WidowS of 1948'
if may exist between,it and the Sen- clause, since those women whc
Ir'.' ate Bill S72 which also granted became widows after 1918 arc
t : ', certain increased annuities to re- already the recipients of certair
4 t .. tired employes. ', ,,, ' annuities. ; '.,,
t , Both bills will give an extra If the bill is igned oclore thc
1 ,,- annuity up to 8600 to those ,' wi- end of this month b:, President
4,', v ,,4 dows of retired ?.flipiorn whose Eisenhower, A will gck into effete
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, 11 al Association of Retired Civil,Emplayes,' the House today curtail 'Zone s i ow cci ent Victim "P,,,-.,,,det ij,g- D
of. PANA,A14: t, , ,,
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41 '.",, This wilt grint a 10 per cent increase to all personi G., ip, -0.
.''..' who-'h'ave reti'red under the gen'eraltivil.Servfce-Act prior IS State
ir oy -, Aram' y'families have pitched In to help Mr' it. 'Emily Beil whose
husband, SP2 Donald J. Bell, was killed in an automobile Reel- revealed that an average of five I, ';...
or six foreigners are being arrest
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"' ' 1 Y4, , Members of the NCO Wives Club of Fort Gulick end their Yeal that their documents are
'1,., 7 It does not include however.the super-annuted local- , . ,.4 ',.,.' families have taken care of the six Bell children, and bave cook- not m or ..
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,nee NARCE president,Sill called this day. There have been 22 cases
1 'heen-a-s-s-lin-e-d,--h-ave-als-o helped In many ways, as have all the ed' at the Comandancia. '
'residents of Coco Solite). A spontaneous collection among the Cnco : 1 ' ) ;: n .., 5
hich the I'Forgotten Widowft of 1.9481"of minor respiratorY onmentS a- solito residents resulted in a gift of $250 for Mrs. Bell, whild ';1;., , 11 I I ', ' ,2, . 1
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ited beeeme widows 'after 1948 are b3 boys taring thelast tew days. since they had brought no winter clothes with them. , , .,
re-i alreadv the recipients of certain , -:,, -., : ' '... '4 ,',,,.; '...1-.-.... .- 4. y.01.4 -- ...!,,,:-,1,,,,, Panama ., Province ;authorities .4. -, , ,. "'"---,, 0 ,

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CREDIT UNION PRO'rEST :

ATLANTIC SIDE DISCRIMINATION

' The Mad Sea is an open tenons ter readers ot The Panama American
Le lees are received gratefully and are handled la a wholly confidential
'valises. -
' if yew contribute a letter demi be impatient' it it doesn't appear the
first day. Letters are published ia the miler received.
4 Please try to keep the letters limited to one Psis length.
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Tith amvspaper assumes no responsibility .for statements ro opinions
expressed in Setters from toaderS. a

An uncalled for hullabaloo Is being raised among-the Canal
Zone residents regarding the yanama Government protest in the
, matter of- the Credit Unions. I am not questioning the right
everyone has to his own opinion; but I think that this problem
should not be personalized,- and that the counter-attacks of the
Zonians should not be leveled specifically against Foreign
Relations Minister Aquilino Boyd. ,
e, Minister Boyd's action is based 'on the rconiinendations of
ihe National Council of Foreign Relations, and advisory body of.
Panama lawyers with knowledge of. International problems, who
!lave studied the case of the Credit Unions, in the light ot the
PanamaTU.S. 'Treaties now In force. ,
' Panama's protest in the circumstances is therefore, the reac reaction
tion reaction of the Government of Panama, and not that, of Foreign
Relations Minister Boyd individually. In all fairness this should
be borne in mind: I
, Fair Flay

,
It is riever too late to mend an error tor to 'do aWay with
1,n Injustice. It is no argument in favor of the continuance of the
Credit 'Unions in the Canal Zone, in their present status, to say
hat they have been in existence since 1937. The fact that this
violation of the 1938 Treaty between Panania, and the U.S. has
been allowed to stand for over 21 years, does not legitimate its
existence,.,,, , -
4 Panama and the U.S. are gradually trying to correct
misunderstandings and iron out difficulties in their mutual
relations, so that they might not become sources of friction
between the two countries.
Why, then, sould anyone be surprised that the question of
the Credit Unions be investigated?, Why not liquidate this
Treaty violation ln an enlightened spirit?
Which is. more important, that harmony and friendliness
prevail between Panama and the U.S., of that, like a festering
'sore, the Credit Unions continue to operate in the Canal Zone
In an unlawful way?
' Impartial Onlooker

0 "COMMUNISM" WITHDRAWN rl
accept the chiding of Native Gringo (Mail Box; March 29)
and withdraw the use of the term communism in my thoughts
(Mail Box, March 27) on the dangers of any govetnment, de democratic
mocratic democratic in ,name Or autocratic in deed, legislating to the
, manifest disadvantage of the people it governs.
Me term communism, is too (most recently by Berl. Dalitel
Flood) invoked emotionally rather than rationally.
It was bone-headed provocation of the governed which led to
: the AMeriCart colonists revolt against the British, and the Latin
, Ameriran colonists' reVolt against Spain. It was even greater
- scorn ;or the interests of the people which led to the overthrow
, of RUSSia'a Romanovs. More tecently we have had Farouk and a
few more like him heavedsout on his eV for the same reasons.
t So while withdrawing the tetn communism, I replaee it with
popular uprising", Li all the.' cases ;named, authorities' con contemptuous
temptuous contemptuous of the well-being of the people in general:1k and at attentive
tentive attentive to the demands 'of 81, pampered few, 'suffered abrupt and
painful' downfall.
' 0 again suggest that it is trying the patience of many
thousande of PanaManians to give the appearance, ,as Foreign
Minister Aquilino Bod's Credit 'Union protest did, of seeking to
toss them out of the one percent Credit Unions of the Canal Zone
en to the Anercies ,of the 10 percent per week loan sharks in
, It has- since been said tha thi Credit Unions could be re re,
, re, Incorporated under Panathanian laws, so that the loan sharks.
would continue to snap in vain f0r their prey. and good.
Why didn't Boyd say so in the first place? Is he personally
pontemptuous of the feelings and finances of the poorer people
" for whom he is supposed to be a leader? Or is he just Jumping
, to the snapping of certain commercial fingers in Panama?
- May I suggest that next time ,he hears these tinged' snap,
he remind the snapper that a policy of lair prices, reliable
quality, good selections and courteous service would bring mOre
new money from the Canal Zone into Panarna stores than any
.
number of reams of picayune protests. ,
Native Gringo does bravely but perhaps not brainily to stand
stoutly for enforcement of every aspect of .the treaty, evidently
kvi, thout regard for the effect on his countrymen.
He may correct me, but I understand the brusque closing of
:the local rate commissaries added significantly to the number of
s unemployed in Panarna. Many of those affected are still jobless.
Could not Minister Boyd and his advisers, or his Predecessors,
have had the political savvy or the common humanity to, ensure
that those so displaced had first option on the jobs the com commissary
missary commissary closing created in Panama? ;
: In the same way, if the possibility does exist' Of Panama
4incorporated credit unions being run on just as sound lines as
:those now rendering such valued service to Boyd's countrymen
in the Canal Zone, would riot he have shown a greater concern
Jor his people's well-being by making this clear at the same
;time as railed against the 'US-run oPerations? 0
' Or doesn't he care about what the common man feels? How
:the fellow feeds his kids, and schools and clothes them? Has
,Minister Boyd ever had his credit run out at the corner store?
'An understanding of the poorer people's hearts and homes makei
:for wiserAnd more-admired government.
Native Gringo takes some pride in Boyd standing pat on
Avery facet of the treaty, no matter apparently what sort of
'impact such enforcement makes on the common man.' Such
, :inflexibility can be ridiculous, and at times an intolerable burden
, -Ito the people- believe that on the law books of the United
:States there remain many hundreds of archaic or unenforceable
statutes which do not accord, at the, present moment. with the
'principle oL the greatest' good for the greatest number. So they
:;lie around unheeded, and no one makes protest(
There are Perhaps several snore problems now kciting
-Minister Boyd which, though in strict accordance with the word wording
ing wording of the treaty, are not about to ensure the greatest good for the
greatest number of Panamanians.
Boyd could perhaps consult his cenius section He Would
learn that the merchants of Central Avenie do not co' nstitute the
greatest number of Panamanians, thOugh there are grounds for
recording that they constitute far and awa the greediest
:lumber. Y
' One Pereenter

On the evening- of,'March 27, after -the ball game between
Powells and Mercury WM over, on my way out of the stadium
, I heard a prominent figure on the Atlantic-side sporting scene
commenting to one 4f the fans that he was standing at the Rate
to watch the "coons" leaving, because someone had stolen a glove
and he was sure it was one of them.-
He 'went on further to say that if, they' stopped the acoons"
getting into the games they (the "coons") would say it was
discrimination, but if it were left to him alone he would not
allow them to enter the stadium. -
dont think should have to remind the individual in
puestion that his own race is not so beloved by all other people.
.."ore than that, he should realize that hone of us appreciates
naving something stolen from us. Every race has its thieves .and
their victims. I suggest the individual refer to should catch the
guilty person before making general accusationS.
He spoke of discrimination on this occasidn. I have esti
noticed that Inert the hat ls beinrpassed help--theleaguerlt
is not passed to any Negroes among the fans. I didn't know
that Negroes' money is different. '
If the sportsman refer to' is so fed 'u'h with Pcoons";- whV
.loes he not protest the league's continuing to use their services
Ls umpires and scorers?

Lakor News

By VICTOR RIESEL
,
There's no business like shoveem-around
business. For the
strong arm boys,. there's no re recession.
cession. recession. I've just swung around a
wide circle by Vane, train, car
and snow plow. I've found the
"boys" almost untouched by in investigations,,
vestigations,, investigations,, unmoved from their
lush union operations and actual y
expecting to "make a mine' out
of the government's new heavy
spending.
YOu, can onlk hit the high spots
in an alarum like this one. And
I point first to the ;600,000,000
Niagara Power Project in Western
New York to show you how' active
minds and good hitting arms can
cut some loca union officials in
the construction field into the
millions which are intended to
make jobs ,and prosperity. About
25 per cent of all construction
project iunds will ,go.for wages,
I'm informed.
This means. that- some 25,000
men will be working on the huge
power complex before it's finished.
They'll all have to joint what
are tow tiny unions in Western
New York 4;t or at least get. work i
permits front these outfits in the
Laborers, the Operating Engineers
and other construction outfits.
, At a dollar a day per ,m a n
that's an, enormous 'take" for
a local. And by the time the
contractors pay into welfare and
pension funds, scores of mil millions
lions millions of dollars will be loading
down loc.als which now couldn't
lift a banquet ,tab at a road-
side diner.
On my way. north and west this
trip I, wilt told that the. "bosses"
are simply waiting for the big
thaw when both the snows and
the government money will start
flowing. In a few weeks the con construction
struction construction boom will be on again
recession or no recession. Al:
redy some regional labor chiefs
in Western New York have been
told by the "boys to get out of of office
fice office or -put the goons on the pay payroll,',
roll,', payroll,', or simply turn their pen pension
sion pension and welfare funds over to
the right people. The ,threat a
have been downright ug'y and
melodramatic.
The musclemen see this recs recssion,
sion, recssion, and the hurried spending,
as- their chance for the biggest
windfall since the shakedowns and
black- marketeering of the big
war., Not only are there prbjects
and plans like the Niagara Pow Power
er Power and tile 5160,000,000 St. Law Lawrence
rence Lawrence Seaviayo in virtually every
communitylhe local governments
are working with the Federal pee peep
p peep e on one simple way out of the
recessionconstruction and more
construction..
, 1
This ineana haulmg find digging
and the use of thousands of un unskilled
skilled unskilled laborers. It means that
the mutdcipalities, the states and
the federal government have to
deal with the very unions expos exposed
ed exposed by the McCiellant Committee--
and with other tiftiOttS "till to ,be
exposed this summer. 4"
Wherever you go you find that
the first milions are being spent
on digging up fields for new air airports
ports airports or new runways, ripping uP
streets for new sewer systems,
and clearing slums for loi,v cost
housing. In all areas you hear
honest Union men and honest con contractors
tractors contractors report that the tough
crowd is still where it always was..
1 point to the construction
field as typical of the areas In
which muscle-minded local u union,
nion, union, chiefs sneer at the goy"
ernment and boast that the
heat's off now. But the stort's
the same in ail the old bare bareniessuch
niessuch bareniessuch as the Teamsters in
Ohio, for example. One
Hoffa leader put it this way;

,
"This is the 'era of thi soft-sell.
You know they get, nobody angry
anymore; they talk out loud a about
bout about cleaning up; they tell us in
the opposition vto speak up. But
not one of the 5 officials w.1 t h
criminal records have been drop dropped,
ped, dropped, nor have thy lost thir real
influence

,
Then, on the road back, you
cut through Northern Pennsylvia,
to see if the rhubarlOover the A Apalachin
palachin Apalachin crime convention had any
effect on its powerful laders who
hail from the Pittston 0 Scranton
garmen tproducing areas. You find
everything is business as usual.
And this businest is pretty good.
Somebody gives you the record
of National tabor Relations
Board hearing in Philadelphia the
otber day. And you find that
Dave Dubinsky's Ladies Garment
Workers are battling Pennsylva Pennsylvania
nia Pennsylvania garment manufacturers' asso association
ciation association operating in the -northeast
corner o', the state.' And the u union
nion union reveals thaVon the associa association's
tion's association's board is a manufacturer by
the name of Dominick Alaimo --
one 'of the active delegates at
the Apalachin cookout.,
Then back 'to the Big Town --
thinking this must be a bad
dream because everybody seems
to be asleep.

om.wme...

...

BEM E N COASTto-COAST
PLANES ,

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"Tell Me When You See O Soft
Spot, Old Friend"

Best Kept Secret (Besides Youk-I you ieel good You w
nowho) Frank Sinatra's Inner how many new frier
Circle was the Italian Oovern- at Mike's farewellv
ment's ,decoration pinned on his invited to leave the
narrow 'frame... Sinatra had been other newsmen and
told he was getting The Man privileges in the tei
the 'Year Award at the Waldorf mourners. When a
for his part in helping the Boys' beckoned and to'd :
Towns of Italy The Star, who !s wanted inside, somc
one ofl the Night People,: had as you reply: 'Isn't till
a I worried 'about his staying up ment here for the 1
'01 noon andsleeping until alive behind the lines? I
"You'vi got to get to bed," he With them.' When th
was' told, after a no sleep train ride the press' corps, wha
from MiaiM to Chicago-. "Don't bout you is better ti
worry about, me, Max.," chuckled zer Prize. Where do
Our Hero.,,1 had to tie myself ,to energy kid?"-

the top of the shower to keep from'
slipping down the drain!" 1

- , ..--- I,: To All Editors: -This is the re3-
. He bas ono of the swiftest senses son Mike Todd's estranged (since
of humor ..., At the Basilio-Sugar 1938) brother Cart blew his top at
1
Ray ringside,1- a Woman reporter, the graveside against Dias Hanley
he said, got on his nerves with rid-i(of Todd's executive.- sta fl,.:We
iculous queries .. For. example: told the press at the time that we
He told friends that he was going didn't know why be did it, but Vi Vito
to Vito the fight without a date. So an parently Carl tried to get into Mrs.
army leer friend said: "We I, Todd's home fol owing news of the
why not take my ,nine-year old crash .... Dick Said "no visitors"
daughter?" ... Frank replied: "I'd :... What else could it be, we, said
love to" ,.So when the reporter to the large 'orotio oP Anwspr--,
asked for the young lady's 'name, people and they nodded ..;, But
Frank said: "Lauren Bacallt" this is why, -,e-sor,,i ;) Ali,
, --- I brother ,Frank ''... Following the
, He had only an hour's sleep be- premiere in Chicago o' "Around
fore we took a Capital Airlines Vii- the World hi Eighty Days,." Carl,
count to the BOrs' Towns event now a cab driver in Cali.ornia, de delast
last delast night ... We linally found out mended passes "for my riends,"
what The Man Hat that snakes the and Mr. Hanley said: "My orders
distaffoet swoon, We saw his ,Ba- are-- no passes"J... 'And so Carl
by Blues for the first time in the interrupted the Rabbi's prayers
daylight... Even the older gals on when he saw Hanley' and hysteric.
the Viscount kept adoring him with al'd: "Keep that hypocrite away
1
happr, Ores. ', ,, '.. , from mei," etc: z
When we say Frank is a restless , The New York and Los Angeles
one, this is what we mean: With sports scribes covering the Dodg Dodgone
one Dodgone hour's sleep and a chance to :ers are I currently engaged in a
keep sitting next, to the beautful tug-of-wordso This skirmish is a
Lynda Jones (The Runyon Fund rather MillOr battle ,when compar comparGirl),
Girl), comparGirl), he kept standing with his ed with the journalistic wars of
arm in the air ,;--holding on to an the past ....; Some of the most inter interimaginary,subway
imaginary,subway interimaginary,subway car strap-. and, esting newspaper yarns have been
sipping his fric-frad '77,:-One of the4 Inspired. brriewsbeys-who-nailed
i

ihell:7 I -thought this 'would make
you ieel good. You will never know
how many new friends you made'
at Mike's farewell--when you were
invited to leave the hundreds -of
other newsmen and rate special
privileges in the tent with t h
mourners. When a police of. icial
beckoned and to'd you you were
wanted inside, some of us heard
you reply: 'Isn't there in agree:
ment here for the press to stay
behind the lines? I waut to stay
with them.' When that spread thru
the press corps, what they said a
bout you is better than ;any Pulit
zer Prize. Where do yol get your

line that gets'a big laugh in his the hides of competitors to their
25 Torch Song act is this one: typewriters. Occasionally, the con con"When
"When con"When it comes to girl trouble filets went frorn word-slinging to
you're looking at theVice Presi- bare-knuckle stu-f, When .James
dentin Gordon Bennett sparked the free

D'ER
h

, , ,
I See 'the' 'New York ort's have! hunting.1 kn'ow one M. an who' cart. on the Side of 'right if is -a' tough
been going through a rigorous' shoot flying guinea fowl with ,- a rod to 'handle,' Perhaps the Mike
course in pistol-popping lately, and pistol, but he lives in Kenya and Hammer' of Mickey Spitlane Can
not showing up so well on moving could be called exceptional. i hit ,thifigs with ,a .45 autratic,
1,
targets, w ere both judgment and It is useful around the home fall but when' they checked me out
accuracy re tested. (Example: oguests or kida to discover and.shoot' on 'the thifig in the Navy, be quote
How straig t 'can you shoot (a) if, holes in the ceiling or into thetrtwas: ,"After it lams;' throw it at
II
an armed gunman is shoo t- feet,- Hysterical ladips occasional- the nearest stranger and run for
ing at you, and (b) Ito selective- ly become disenchanted and., dis-, your life."' -., ,. .- ,.,,...
ly can you shoot if a gentleman is cover marksmanship .they never, ,.,, Perhaps the old gunslingirs, so
trying to stab a -ladY, and You knew they owned and' the duote is- popular now 'on TV, eould fans 'a
wish to shoOt 'the gentleman with-i generally:. "I killed him because I -.44 and shoot from the hip Ix knock
out permanently ,dispOsing of thel loved him.' 2 -', the ace 01,,spades out of a tossed
lady?) -1,. ., 1,, It is quite'' handy for drunken card to- 50 yards,. but, I don't be.
. Turns out that the average Newl wives shooting drunken husbandg,1 lieve a word of it. The only way to
York cop is a, lousy shot with a or drunken, cops shootieg drunken hit anythingsofiband at a remon remonpistol,.,
pistol,., remonpistol,., especially under 'heated de- wives, qr eVen OS' in the 'newsi able distance,',with a pistol. is to
cision. At recent' tests, about -; 75 thp other day' ,-.-a cop being called pretend that your arm is a rifle,
percent of ser eants taking refresh- 'up' for drunkenness on the charle str,etch thearni 'stiffly ifi trot of
ers, with' the gat were Ofb target. of r'shooting a teen-age youth:white you, and 'squint ovdr the- zillits.
.
And -the Poll e, captain in charge the policeman was oft duty 1 This hip-shooting is Strictly for the
sai& "In at issue of a magazine I know, I hasten to say,. thatl myths. ,;( ,.. i ,, ,,..... 1
for gun flout they' called us the' some spectacular- arrests h a v el. Which brings Ind to where l'
worst marks en in the 'country, been made by, armed cops when started. itseems to- me that the,
and they wer n't far from wrong." they were off duty, but they were light-carbine, which we, m t: s tl
I
, . ..

'll ,
sai&' "In' at issue. of a magazine' I know, I hasten to say,. that: myths. ,)I' -,. i : ',...
for gun fana they' called us the some spectacular arrests h a v el, Which brings Me to where I
worst marks en in the 'country, been made by armed cops when started. itseems to me that the
and they wer n't far from wrong." they were off duty, but they were light-carbine, which we, m t: a t
The pistol i a peculiar weapon, generally not ful, of beer,, and tile have in heavy surplus, is an ideal
and it has several uses. ,,, , frequency of these heroics do nog weapon for a uniformed policenan
4 ,- 4. - generally warrant going around, 04' duty. It makes a better club
It is very, liseful for comitting rodded up when you are in clyies, I than a nightstick, and I doubt if it
quiet murder, although I noticed imless you are ii, private' detective' weighs much more than a Police
that the hoods who knocked off Al- on duty. - Special rand the nightstick put to tobert
bert tobert Anastasia shot very badly and, ; don't think any off-duty har- gether. It argues a shew of force,
I believe,, missed him several ness bull should carry a gun, any and furthermore, once you learn
times at, a range of about two to more than f- should walk around to aim it, yoU can hit something
four feet. But if you can get close:toting a typewriter when I'm out with it. It is'also very difficult to
enough to shove the gat into some- on the tiles. That thing might go conceal when the owner ia off du dubody's
body's dubody's spine,i it is apt to work.,; off and hurt somebOdy, , ty and 'a touch lushed 'Up.- ''
- It its a fun gun for plinking at IV is possible to hit a target a-I -In the 'Meantime,- I disapprdve
cantv but there is always the, part from an innocent bystander' of the hand weapon for home pro prodanger
danger prodanger that even a .22 can come with a' hand gun if you are very tection. I can do more damage to
back and bite yon. Apirt from a good, very, lucky,- or very -close,' a burglarin the dark with a base baseselect
select baseselect few, it is a useless gun for, but mostly as an offensive weapon ball bat. .-

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' I t ,, China. The wire would be within
.
Inchei in ik!et.,jyot the 6-min.' limit allowed by t h
Battle Act. ',.
Argentina -7,- An Argentind mis mission
sion mission has jtist returned from a tour
. --I - ,, of the Soviet bloc, which result result,
, result, 1
' i' ' -- o .- : ',- .,,, '- l -,,; ' ed in the purchase ( of $29,000
'," ' , , '' ' ' ' worth of Communist goods, Neln
Night roitter from a Chicago news, swinging style of journalism, the tiations are continuing for addition additionpho!ograp.her:
pho!ograp.her: additionpho!ograp.her: !'1:)sr, Mt... W i.n-lcr.a t's rough-and-tumble era reachFal purchases. The. purchases, are

ed its pealt The fabulous Ben Bennett
nett Bennett often engaged in fistieuf s with
rivei and made n Secret of the
battles. As soon as the slugging
ended be wottld rusk into print
with'' a standard headline; 'Ben 'Bennett
nett 'Bennett Thrashed Again!"

'I Our Speech tor Sinatra st the
'Boys' Towns t Italy Event in the
Waldorf ,,..The world's a stage,
,according to Shakespeare ...But it
remained for Frank Sinatra to
prove that this ,whole vast world
is only a Small TownThe scient scientists
ists scientists have known for only 60 years
that the radio waves encircle the
ebbe. The late Dr. Marconi prov proved
ed proved that the ether waves could car carry
ry carry a message., But, again it re remained
mained remained for Frank Sinatra to prove
that these same ether waves could
carry the human heart...The whole
world tunes in because Fr link Si Siinatra
inatra Siinatra iises the only channel which
) counts. That is, what comes from 1
1 the heartgoes to the heart Hit,
IReal Love Song is for the human,
race. The love that people have
for him is only a reflection' of the
even greater love he has for them
... Jt is a love of humanity which
th.e founders of The Boys' Towns,
of-Italy have given to a stricken,
world in the form ,of service to 1
our feldowmeo. It, in the end, is
the only. solution for world peace
...and it ,is as simple as The Cross.'
BULLDOZERS DELAtERED

,
, VIENTIANE, Laos (ITP)--II.S'
Iiiir Force planes have pgrachuted
I '11;4110-ton bullzoers front an Alt,.
tude of 2.000 feet into two former
Red-occupied ,provinces of Lao,
where construction projects) are
under way, it was announced.
Air Force officials said the bull-,
dozers, flown from Japan,' were 1
droppect 'yesterday by CI30 itirbo-1
I
jets for Airstrip and road eon- I
struction projects in the remote
nrovinces of Sam Neua and,
Whongsaly. '

r

mat White Fleet

.41,1

MED FRUIT COMPANY.,

ns Service , Arrives
Cristobal ;'
d 4, ; :1, dt doc eeeeeee t April 5
tont 11
April 1,9
...... ..... , ..
,.r., . ... gay 3

Also Handling Refrigerated and Chilled Cargo

' Arrives
Cr stobal
rviCe
' April
)11 14
April 21
,

Weekly sOlings 'of twelve passenger Clips to New
York, New Orleans, Los Angeles, Sal Francisco
and Seattle.

SPECIAL ROUND TRIP PASSENGER FARES ERO
CRISTOBAL ANDOR BALBOL:

To Nen, Turk and Return S240.00
To Los Angeles anti San Francisco- and

I

t,os Angeles ann rranrisco anti
Returning from Los Angeles ,..0 $270.00
To Seattle and Return $365.00

PANA1A. 2-2901

WASHINGTON Housewives unable to supply anything in via
dont snow out they are in tor turn that the wantt.
etwer nutty inspection of meat Today. however, the Russians are
or a slowdown in meat prouee- going to supply equipment for the
taon. ' state-ownee. Rio Jur bio coif
leis is because the Federal meat', mines.
inspection service is short 42 Uruguay ',-- A trade agreement
meat inspectors and can t ae w.a. signed in 1956 but has not
, administration to ask for ,more been ratified by the Uruguayaa
moley to hire Chem.- Congress. With Uruguay sore ea
What's happeneu is that the po- ver the high U.S. tartill on wool
ptilatmn of the United Sates has tops, Russ'', is reported offerinz
gowe 'by-3,000,000 a year, t h e to send economic aid and techni technicattle
cattle technicattle poputation of United cal assistance in exchange I 0 r
States is up to record levels, out wool., -
the number of U.S. meant inspee- Brazil Moscow is reported ola
tors stationed in the slaughteraous- ferin $1 billion in economic aid
es by the Deportment of Agricul- i .i'ange for the restoration of
ture remains about the same. : diplomatic relations and kgalizaa
The number of packing plants tion of the Communist Party. The
under lispection has risen by 55 Reds reportedly have 'offered to
per cent in the past- 15 years, but plus oil, equipment, and technia
in the sante period of time the clans far the Petrobras state 03
number of inspectors has been re- compirtv. The Russiana would buy
duced by 6 per cent and the num- Coffee, cocoa, cottonsugar, hides,
ber of federal veterinarians by and minerals. '
23 per cent:, "- :
,Last -year Eisenhower asked ; Beliefs ,,- -Moscow is reported
Congress for additional funds to offering to accept Bolivian miner.
hire more meat inspeetors, but als in ,exchange for smelter facia
didet get them. This year he lities ohd oil-drilling eluipment.
isn't even asking., .This' br Note Soviet progress in Lata
cause of the White House r e in America results ,from United
that ell non-defense funds are be- States neglect, increased Russian
ing held back' in favor of arma- fall in raw-materiarpricee,, and
meat. ' the unwillingness of the Eisenhow Eisenhow,
, Eisenhow, Results of the meat inspector er administration to give mince,
shortage: 'curtailed income 0 r mia. aid or technical advice to
farmers, higher prices fr tonstrm- state-owned enterprises in Latin
ers, less profits for. packers, Alla America; especintly the overt'.
sometimes faulty inspection. ment oil monopilies of Brazil and
Slowdowns packing 'houses to Argentina. : ,
r
give the inspector more time to ,
inspect,' sends up the price of HEADLINES AND FOOTNOTES
meat. ,
cent in 'the Earl C., Gibbs plant to the contrary, the 'gas and oil
Production was curtailed 20 per Despite public pronouncements
in, evelandothis month.
, Congressmen plan to hring up the
' YOUTHFUL adjotirns." House : Speaker, S n
-.ATTORNEY GENERAL natural gas bill before Congress
Rayburn hieted ,at this :the other
' ''' dav in a ,pr;vate ,talk with
lects to a goodstory nn hi
.Ditworth. The '' gas bill woulftl
- Speaker Sim Rayburn never ob- delphias energetic Mayor k
' I it d out to dinner
, was nv e the housewives bills. by millions. t
', Here is one, he tells himself.
, the other 'night and found myself
boost the companies profits and
Dilworth heads a mayors coma,
sitting alongside- a handsonie young
Ir'''(1 which ; is organ'zina
man Whose faci looked familiar.
'of, maytts ttoon 'Washing.,
asked him, 'Arent you hi th.e.Jus th.e.Jus'
' th.e.Jus' eovidn't quite Place hilt. SO t
ors Will sit in the HOIISP lail9rY1
to& to, oppose the bill. The may-,
!lice Department? ; ; .., watch pew their local ta,,,,pore,.3...
'Yes. the young man told me,
'1m the ,Attornev, General. housewives...
. men vote,- and,report back to the
Note Bill Rogers,- the new
Attorney General, lit 'not new to ,, B'G BLOW. ;
Washington. He, served is counsel ,, ,
:for the old Truman eommittee, al-, DU QUOIN., Ill tPI When
so served for : four, years in th- m..
r and Mrs. Calvin Gordon lost'
'Herbert Brownell.,
, Justice Depar'tment as dePoty, to their
' found left wer'e loth, .shoes,: end,
' However,' he has io kept h 1 's reeding, mate:. Four weeks tat tathome''in
home''in tathome''in toritado,' all they
: youthful appearance thit few Peo- er, tine of their' cancelled cheeks
Pie JeccgPi" se. dale yria mailed fo Ilitrt was founi
Imember IA t:lise',,Loli4tet 4 rl is' miles avitay..a ispe.r,1
'L 4 1 t, 10
R1 USS'IA IN LATINAMEItiCA' a

W1,.. Texas oilmen:, demanding
' new restrictions on oil irnports
from 'Latin America, and ; S e a.
Ralph' Yarborough of Texas intro
ducing legislation to. that end Rus Russia
sia Russia has been quietly. opening' new
fields of trade among. this coun countrys
trys countrys good neighbors.
Here is the score of Soviet bloc
penetration in Latin America re recently.
cently. recently.
Colombia Talks are in nro nrocress
cress nrocress :between the USSR and the
!National Coffee Federation on an
exchange of 50,000 tons of Colom ColomI
I ColomI bian coffee for 50,000 tons of SY SY!Tian,
!Tian, SY!Tian, wheat. ,
Chile --Sale is being discussed
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of the fans that he was standihg at the gate r II; .. r ., 4.001 wlahstatr
' leaving, because someone had stolen a glove -1 distar
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the stadium. - ""11 dct.,- .10'''''' hiPPY
should have to remind tli individual in '''.14-
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Writtin for NEA Eurvics

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WITH' any opening but a trumP,
, South Would have had nn,,trouble
with: his controctk.All he 'would
'', need do would be to cash both black
aces in dummy, discarding a club
from his own hand an then, make
, all nine trumps on a cress strlf
There also woul be a double dum dummy
my dummy play for ,six with a heart lead
if any of you readers want to work
West did lead a trump and South
saw that he bad no, valid play for
" the contract. 'Ile could have settle
for clown one but he derided on an
all-out play, that .would 4c, require
, both luck and an error by the de de,
, de, tense if it were to sucleed.
South Nvon with the ,queen and
led second trumix
South won, ruffed a heart darn darn,rn3r,
,rn3r, darn,rn3r, discarded a, heart on the 'ace
, of spades, trumped a spade, led a
heart and discard a spade from
- dummy. 7'! ", -;
West was in and led his last
, spade., South ruffed,. trumped s
heart with dummy's last trump
- and ruffed dummy's last spae
with his' own last trump. ,
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-He had to discard a club to keep
his high heart. Now South led a
- club, finessed dummy'e jack and
all 'dummy's clubs were good. ( A
Where did the defense slip? Ea Ea-
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, bold a heart be -Should have led
a club end broken UP the squeete

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East Senth Wed Bt Kurth
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Pass .4 41 ,- ., -. Pass ,. 4 eta),
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dose a a e ad ehooa but Use
chances ars that slabs win prove
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ARGENTINE LEADER
, ASUNCION', Paraguay (UP)
:An William Cooke, Argentine
reronista party leader. ha3 arriv arrived
ed arrived hercfrom the Dominican
Imblic, it was learned today, 1
' Cooke and his wife had been
living with ex-dictator t' Juan D.
Peron in -Ciudad Trnjillo. Peron
left the Dominican 'capital- last
week to "vacation" in the cen central
tral central resort town of Jarabacoa.
Cooke left the Caribbean Island
nation about the same time:
'Ile Peronista chieftain and his
w' e came here .by way of Miami,
Fla., and after two, days in the
citys' MPin hotel moved toa..
vale house:

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HARDIE GRAMATRY'S painting of the fiCoiombian Air For et Officer's Club", Is one of 16 Paintings 'now on' exhibit at the
Tivoli Guest House until April 4, The artists, all members of the Society of Illustrators, painted the activites of the Caribbean
Air Command in 1956 while On a trip to this area and gave the pal 'dings to the Air Farce Museum program., (Official USAF Photo)

SECRETARY OF .THE ARMY ,W1 lber M. Brucker visita the Port Kobbe Chapel.' The.secretary
is shown shaking hands with Chaplain (Captain) Thomas L. McMinn while Gol. Robert ,W.
Garrett, commanding officer of the 20th Infantry, Chaplain: (Major) John Kelleher and
Chaplain -(1st Lt.) William b. ppeschner look on. Brucker, whO was on the Isthmus over
the weekend, left for Puerto Rko yesterday. (U.S. Army Photo) ,

, NC, A I' C 71.2 (UP YIndonesian I
rs.4 par-ot thickets of razor razorsharp
sharp razorsharp bamboo spears in fields
around the revolutionary capit,0
of Bukitt,nggi today to f or e estall
stall estall feared paratroop landings by
Jakarta government forces'.
' United Press correspondort
Robert Udick reported from Bu Bukittinggt
kittinggt Bukittinggt that hundreds of point.
bamboo poles were set up on the
runway and around ,the terminal
building of the airport at that.
Central Sumatran city. Oil drums
and mines were also planted
along the runway.
The dispatch said that thou thousands
sands thousands of the deadly bamboo poies
also had been planted in open
fields around Bukittinggi by Cen CentrP1
trP1 CentrP1 Sumatran villagers against
' 4 government airborne land landings.
ings. landings.
, rebel precautions were reporte-d
in the wake of a Jakarta
army announcement that 'govern 'governI
I 'governI ment forces, had invaded West
Sumatra and captured the kev

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town of Bangkinang, only 60 air
miles from Buldttinggi. 4'"Ii
The Jakarta announcement said
the LOyalist troops occupied Bano- '-
kinang four days ago without ;
meeting any resistance.
The Indonesian army laid an-
other tolumn of the pincers-mov,-
ment -aimed at capturing the reb rebel
el rebel centers of Padang and' Bu
tinge, had seized the road June-
tion tovm of Stingailangsati
It said that capture of the June- t
tion, 65 miles from the west coast I
city of Padang: cut the road con connecting
necting connecting Padang and Bulritting
with Pakanbaru and the Djambi
region, where the ALS. Standar,-
Vacuum (StanVac) Oil, Co., has I
installations.' ,
In Jakarta, meanwhile, For Foreign
eign Foreign Idinister Subandrio issued s
statement denying that the Rus Russians
sians Russians were, giving arms and other
aid to the Central Indonesian gov-
ernment against the rebels. -- a.
SilbandriO, IVAI5 replying to a
Philiprovs government mew,
to Indones,ia that expressed "deep ,
concern", over "confirmed"- ze-1
ports of large-sdale Soviet aid.

INJURED IN RAIL FIGHT
HIROglIMA,- Japan (UP)-0-Authorities
reported today tthat 50
persons were injured when dem demonstrating
onstrating demonstrating rail union members
battled ivith railway guards here
yesterday.
The fighting broke out when
union members ,' attempted to
force their way into the railway
bureau ter discuss .their wage de demands
mands demands Avith the bureau director.

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PLANS PRINCE's BAPTISM I
MONACO (UP) Former'
Queen Victoria Eugenia of Spaind
a granddaughter of Queen Vic Victoria,
toria, Victoria, will be godmother to Mo..'
naco's Prince Albert,. new-born
son-of Princess Grace and Prineel
Rainier, it was announced here'
today.
Th announcement said that
Prince Louis de Polienac. a coua
sin of Prince Rainier, would bel
eodfather of the Want heir to the 1
Monacan throne..
Prinee Albert will be baptized
in the Monaco Cathedral on April
20. I

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SfiAWCItOSS RrSIGNS

LONDON (UP) Sir Bartley' L
Shawcrosk former Laborite 00,1
ney General and chief BritiO,
prosecutor at the Number; Vat
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twit1PR trial, has resigned from ....-
the British Parliament. it was an- ,
no'Ineed today. '
Sliaweross, 56, had said earlier
this month he planned to rest,.
for "private and family reasons."
Until his retirement from their,"
last,' year Shawerosq was o of 1,'
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TEENAGERS PRE-TEC1S
BALBOA Y.M.C.A. SAT, APRIL 5th. FROM
9:00 A.M. TO 11:30 A.M.
CLASSES FOR BEGINNERS, INTERMEDIATE
AND ADVANCED COURSES IN LATIN AMERICA

ILEARN New Yorker, Bob, Big, Jitterbug with Flies & Lilts. Waltz,
Foxtrot, Cha Cha Cha, Merengue, Tango, Calypso. New (Hokey Pokey
Swing) The Stroll, The Hop, New Party Games and Ballroom Etiquette.

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Sit .' ,:, -',..-, ,'''',s,,'' sr; .7 -,:, -.., .,-,.:, ...: ,! ,, Swint) The Stroll, The Hop, New arty GameaYPeckand Ballroom Etiquette. ,
' United Press correspondoet -.
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, Robert Udick reported from Bu-1
: - .'. i kittinggi that hundreds of pointe. in the Monaco Cathedral sin April ,.. SID, ,E.CI.A.L. '-,,' ;41 1-101,IR ,LESSONS - ''.- 7 ::.$12.00,. .,, ...1,
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to keep SECkETARY. Or.THE 'ARMY Wilber IA'. Brucker visits 'the Fort Kobbe Chapel:. The -secretary : : .,, ,; -.,,,,. ..,.. .,. 4...,. :: . ,. , .. ....
,,' ...He had to discard a club Is shown. shaking hands with, Chaplain (Captain) .Thomas 1.,;,-.MeMinn while Col-Robert V,T. ,.. . ..,.... !-7 ,. ,.,.. . . .... . ,, ,.,
- 1 .... v his: high heart. : Now 'South led:: a Garrett,' commanding officer of the 20th Infantty,:t Chaplain;-, (Major) .. John J.. Kelleher and ....,... ., ,,........' ..!,:i.::', ., ,',....... ;,: ', .. ,. -- -, . ..,' ... .', ,: ,;,,, ,., ,,... .. . ,
t, ; club, finessed dummy'll jack', and Chaplain ':- (1St 1-,t). William, b. rmsehner Adok on.,,'13rileker,,,-- who was on ...the.. Isthmus; over ..... -'::',. ..; ':-. :-..... .'' '; '' -,. .'., .:' '..1 '' .,. .. .'; , : ; ., ., ;'..... .. :',.. :, ,'. .,...:...-..,. ..' ,., .. i',. '... ',..:: ', :. .L. ., ,-, ...,, '; ,,., -,,, a -I, ... ..,
. -. all 'dummy's 'clubs were, good.-....(.,:
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- ..; a. club and brokeiiUP the !!:111..e!te7 :.ii';, ... ..,-;'..' ... I., .,....-.,..,-,-....... .,, .. .4 ,.... ,, ....... ::, .. ,. ;, ,,,..... .: :, .,. .......,........... ......,.... ,.....,,,,,..2:. .... s :,,: .......:..1 .....; , ... . .... ..
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BUSS BARBARA EGOLF AND LOUIS DEDEAUX
WED AT CANDLELIGHT SERVICE
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The Holy Family Church in Margarita was the scene of
a pretty wedding Saturday evening when Miss 'Barbara Ann
Egolf, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leon J. Egolf of Gamboa
' was married to Louis F. Dedeaux, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon
E. Dedeaux, Sr., fOrMerly of Balboa and now of Gulfport,
The double ring ceremony .was performed by the Rev.
James Murphy. ,
The bride, who was given in marriage., by' her father,
wore a gown fashioned of heavy white atin and imported
Chantilly lace. Her blush fingertip veil of illusion fell frOM
n coronet of beaded chiffon., Her Only jewelry was a pair
, of heirloom earrings which belonged to lier' grandmother.,

. Vases of Regal Li tiles and Whiei
Star Jasmin adorned the sitar,
and seven branched ; candelabra
. were used to light the church.
Tall white cornucopia baskets held
greenery and. white gladioli and
they were placed on either side of
, the entrance to, the Sanctuary.
'' sit PVivs-yitie marked Itvith ,eof
' fee ses and white Gladioli and
tie with :tatin ribbon. .- 3
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Miss Grace Argo, organist, offer offered
ed offered a program of nuptial musi.c
preceding the ceremony and play play.
. play. ed the traditional vvedding march
and recessiondi, She also, accona acconapenis
penis acconapenis the soloist: Mrr. COW) C
Clement els.rr iof :he ,Tride.t whol
, sang "0 Golden Day 'of Prom

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;.-.',;;:i.W':i:::,.:,,,::::.: :7-i-11; Mother Of the' bride chose a
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'?., ::.,::.:;i:G,,,:::;.:::?:.:::::,.; ,.: gown of (pearl gray loge; 0 v e'.,t
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,,...:.,,,,,,ii',?,w:i,a :!:;::: ,:,,: pink tatieca. oil.; i,ore a mauve mauve,
, mauve, pink feathered hat and e i 0 o w
Qii, :.,,;,t.-,,m3Ncii.,: ::,,t,
.,,:,,,,,. ,:::i,1;:a44,ii.,:-:-,'i,' lengl gloves. Her, torsagswas of
S4,i,,;icigA&,,i',:;i::1,.;:il, tavender gladioli. ' ,''. !-. ',''''
'.v.,1);-.445..::::, :w.AK.,,.
''.'ni,K,::::::i.,,W,::C,X,:,'.-V.:::.,.., 7 Mrs. Paul 4,.,,. itiJhmond,- sister
'!I.:$0p:M4 f 1:::.0:::' of. the Grootii, representea,- h e r
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. ',,ige",ei: i, ,:4-,:4 mother at the ceremony and chose
imo,e if,P.:::,::,- N, ,s,4,,::ii, a gown of Dell blue Chinon auk
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,$.,,.,:,:,...,;:v z:::.';,,,:,:iii,..,:,Nig:,, wore white accessories. 'Her cor cor,4,7fi.,,.,:i::::i,,,
,4,7fi.,,.,:i::::i,,, cor,4,7fi.,,.,:i::::i,,, zH .1-kv. corsage was" of -white gladioli.: mt. ,'
O''''',:.:W:',.".,:,i,:::5,.:.:,,,.:,,::,,,,,,,R.: Paul Rilimontt represented ,', Mr.
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Deoeaux, Sr. ,,L':,', 4 ,
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,-; The wedoutg reception wit held
::,.,,,,:-,.:::,:.,., ,. ,.:,,,. .,, ,.:::.;:: :: ".. at the Brazos tBrook C o u n t r y ''.
':::''':':''.:"''''''''': ''' ::':::'::':":':"; ':' : Club, which ',As beautifully decor decorated
ated decorated for the occasion.'The decorat.i.:,,iN-:',g:,;,::.:1,s
;i::: .:,. :,:,:-.,,,..,:, .,,: ing was tone ty Mrs.'t,;: Tracy
.5!::'.,i.,.:'.,:,i:!,:A,A:.,m:,,,,,,,-,.,,:::.-,,:ii,:..:,.. .i!,i,, Witi.e, and ', kirs.' Thomas,',' Fels.
',:k::::W!-:ii,::V:.:::!::ti::(:,-:..,.::::,.:.,0i3:,fa, The -wedding party received 7 the
V!:::!ii:!3::::ik;R,i;:iv:,,:,..,::',::::,-i:!::1::;,:,;,:o,o, bestWishes,, of their -.friends bitg:,..-i:;:::::i-:k:::1::!:::;4...1,i.:,!i:,
-0,.:1.,..42 fore' I backdrop of greertery
V,:i,,i:0!;;i';:0:0.!:;pga,!wii:.i.::i:,-.,:,:.:,,, :. welch held two large white hearts.
::::I:i:::'.,:4:11t7)Vgi::::::n.,,,1!, More Ahan. two hundred guests
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. ,, ''' :'.'' ,': '' TiteThridel table, ..which ., wa's
r.' DEDEAUX
,, s, , -, , covered with draped nylon net o o,
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; .., , ver,,blue satin. was centered. with
, ,,, ., , it' beautifully decorated four, tier tiertUIS
tUIS tiertUIS DEDEAUX ., ,- ed -wedding cake which was top top'
' top'
1,, ',,,. , ,.7,;:, ' '''' ped with a miniture bride a n t
groom under an arch of oratige
I Margarita was the scene of
blossomS., Florets of blue hydran
nine when Miss 'Barbara Ann
gea and fern encircled the cake.
tit. Leon J. Egolf of Gamboa
ex, son ,of Mr. and Mrs. Leon After the' bride and groom made
Sanwa and now of Gulfport, the traditional 'first cut, the cake
., . ,. str11 served by-.Mrs. Fred A. New,
-. was performed, by the Rev. I .i 01 and 'Mrs. Paul Richmond.'
,., : , tilts. George D. Poole, Srr, of
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hi, marriage., by', her, father, Scotia, N,Y.,.,Mrs.', Blance Horine,
ley white tatin and imported Runt of the bridt of Reading, Pi.,
1
xtip veil of illusion, fell from .,, MI'S. Gerald O'Neal and M I a s
Her only jewelry was a, palv,-. Arlene Lim 'presided at the coffee
longed to lier grandmother., .;., service,' 'A miniature 'bride a n d
,,, ,'''' ,',' I her attendants formed 'the center centerise;''''
ise;'''' centerise;'''' '''t 'Lo've. ( You :' Trtir Arid, piece for the but et,, tab e,,,, Mrs.
molding Pay, r. J-., '.7.-. ''N I Richards Cayeri- presided '' at the
, . punch -, bowl.' : Miss ,-': Katherine
,,BIrs. John Hail of Margarita, at
tended the., hridt: as tnatrott i of 4golf,',, niece :of the brde,r Wel il
charge, of the bridesbook. ',,, ', ",
honor. She-wore a waltz length
gown "of Mae 'oink 'nylon over ,,,, After the. reception ;,the ';'-' yoling
matching taffeta,' and,,' carried a couple left for' a :wedding trip to
ga,riand bouqueot of 'Coral :,,, pink the Interior, ,Of ,T,itnama.,,,Dfts.,,Del
gladioli mrs,'Bremet '1,, jormad deaux ',chose a 'suit .43,7 green linen

and fashit;ned with a large bow r
in the back. She carried a boo.
quet of delicaLe tit gladioli All
of the attendgr.Js wtze matching t
Caleb C. Clemen( Jr., nephew 1:
of the bride, carried the rings on
a white ;atin pillow. Onin C I e ement,
ment, ement, nephew of the bride, served r
as Junior Usser and essorted the z,
mother of the bride.
Leon t. Deiaeaux, Jr. of Fitch.: t:
burg, Mass., attended brother! e
as lien alai,. tie usners w r el
John Hall, Richard Swearingen,
David Kelleher, and Orrin Cle-1 .1

i.of Balboa ,, wag bridesmaid andt for travelling and wore white ac acwore
wore acwore i gown idcnticel to t h n ti cessories and the corsage '' from
worn, by the matron of honor in her wedding bougliet. They will
pastel yellow. She carried I bou-1 reside at House 8052-G, Margarita
I
quet of shell:011X g;,dioa, Miss' and will be' at home : to their
Mary Ruth Clement, young niece friends after Aprrl 15.
of the' bride, served as 3 ii nior Out-of-country guests and faml
bridesmaid and wore an't o f- 13," members who attended the
Ishoulder frock of turquoise nylon' wedding included Mr. and M r a.
over taffeta. It was floor length 1 George R. Egolf of Corte Made,

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TEE PANAMA 'AMETIICAN AN INDtrINDENT ,r,,kILT 7', Tnrrn

AiMOOkI,-

MISS GLADYS -STRVNZ, daughter of Mr. Harry Struni, Jr.,
of Panama City, takes to a bicycle for transportation,while in
Bermuda for the annual' series of College weeks. A student
at Pine Mattor Jr. College In Wellesley, Mass., Miss Strunz will
, return to her studies there on April 6.
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Foid Shqws Speedy, Whiel-less Car

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DETROIT (013)--Ford Motor Co.
chose April Fool's Day to unveil
a. car without wheels, 'but they
said it's no joke.
Andrew.11. Kucher, Ford vice
president of engineering and re research,
search, research, showed newsmen the
"Glideair," a vehicle designed to
travel on a cushion of air at
speeds' up to 500 miles an hour.
Kucher 'and his engineering
staff demonstrated a three-foot
model of a "Glideilr" car, and
had ,a "Glideair". scooter for
newsmen to ride along a labora laboratory
tory laboratory corridor.

The vehicle demonstrated' a ride
on what .Kuclier called "'eve "'evepads."
pads." "'evepads." Tiny jets of air which can
be produced either by a gas tur turbine
bine turbine or turbojet enqine hold the
vehicle just aboveithe ground. It
is guided by a monorail either
above or below.
Mucher said the "Glideair" ve vehicles
hicles vehicles offer" mail a breakthrough
of thc ground speed barrieri He
said for long distance, sustained

ra, Calif., Mrs. George D. Poole,'
Sr., and ter sister Miss Vivian
Couse of,Schenectady,, N.Y., Mrs.
Blanche 11(irine sunt 'of the bride
front Reading, Pa, Mr. Leon F4
Dedeanz, Jr., ,of Fitchburg, Mass4
Mr. and Mrs-:- Harry Ego lf, and
family, Mr.,Richard Ego if, Mr.
and, Mrs. William 4, Brooks Mr.
and Mrs. Larry Horine. and
Mrs. Paul Richmond and family,
Mrs. Alice Clement and, Mr. and
Mrs. Caleb C.'-Clement, Sr.
British Aid Concert
The concert to be held at the
US0-.1WiB Armed Forces Center
of replenish British Aid fund ,de
pleted by 'thefire relief work
whic,h was previously announced
for March 27,' will not Lase place
on May 21, Holdefs of tickets are
asked to ,alter, the date ono their
tickets.'
, :
Counsel Diners! In Marseilles
Arrives Hero for Visit
The Ansitt Ge loral of Panama
in Marseilles, J. Aldrete, arrivzd
from that city on Sunda, to spend
a short vacatiun Vial. hIS r e 11-1
tives rename.- )
College Club
To 'Moot Monday
The Canal Zone College Club
will meet Monday afternoon at,
3:301 the.aWB-USO Col.. dun duncan,
can, duncan, Br, v tag con construction
struction construction director, Will address t,he
group. ,
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high speed travel; the "barrier"
for wheeled vehicles is about 200
miles an hone., Tires burn up,
steel wheels vibrate and lose trac traction
tion traction and control, he said.
But the "glidealr.," withlthe ley leyapads
apads leyapads holding 'it lust above the
ground would zoom along over a
thin film' of air at 200 to 500 Mph.
, Reverse engine thrust, water
scoops or other brakes would stop
Kucher said the old fashioned
wheeied ears and trucks -will still
be all right for the short-range,
workaday tasks, but their limita limitations
tions limitations are like those the propeller-driven
planes which gaVe way
to the jets. '
1 Development Engineer Daid L.
Jay said the amazing thin; abeut
the "Glideair" vehicles is that
even models of tremendous r sloe
1 ean be driven at terrific speeds
on littlepower

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FT. BRAGG, N.C. (DP)--James
Gavin, a civilian for the first
time in 30 years, aettlecl down to today
day today to Test up irom, the yars of
the Pentagon.
"Slim Jim" Gavin smiled almost
bashfully yesterday, when as tht
Army's top &I ian and military
brass scattered words', of high
praise throughout his half Vey Veylone
lone Veylone retirement ceremonies.'(
Eleven-thousand paratroopers of
the 82nd Airborne Division he
commanded in World War II, a
gallery lull of Army officers,
wives and congressmen) and a
throng of newsmen listened to
Gen. Lyman L. Lemnitzer de describe
scribe describe the slender young lieuten lieutenant
ant lieutenant general ,as an example of
"what the Army can live the,
youth of America. -
Lemnitzer, vice chie of staff
for the Army and ranking officer
at the retirement ceremonies, pre presented
sented presented a scroa prepared by Ga,
in's fellow-Pentagon army, o..ficers
commending him for his "long
distinguished service and profes professional
sional professional zeal."'
Acting Army Secretary Char'es
C. Finucane presented Gavin with
his sec ond Distinguished Service
Medal during the ceremonies. He
called him "one of our greatest
soldiers...all Army hearts are sad saddened
dened saddened by ,his leaving." :
Gavin told newsmen Monday he
planned to "do some writing" in
the next few months at Southern
Pines,' N.C. He did not indicate
what theN writing would be. Pre,
sumably it would deal with the
same subjects he felt unable to
discuss fully while in unifo;m.

THE HARD WAY
'LAND, N. Y. (UP
grd floorresiden
reported he was
oom, firemen rushe4
Jek to the scene,
L Purderbaugh 'era
to the room and
,

CORTLAND, N. Y. (UP)--After
third floor'resident of the
YMCA reported he was locked out
of his room, firemen rushed a ladd laddder
der laddder -truck to the scene, fireman
Gordon Purderbaugh 'crawled up
and into the room and unlocked
1
1 the stoor,
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- 1st Christ Chtirch 13y-Th-e-Ses, thel ST. JOSEPH'S CHLItCH

LOS A,NGELES (UP) Work Workmen
men Workmen have recovered the body
of a state iligowdy superinteno superintenoent
ent superintenoent who was buried in a giatg
la,ndslide that roared down onto
a Pacific Coast highway Monday.
The victim( Vaughn O. Sheff,
58, had been directint the remov removal
al removal of an earlier slide that had
blocked U.S. Highway 101A when
some 600,000 tons of rock and dirt
toppled from the rain-weakened
sides of the Pacific Palisades.
Several other workmen narrowiy
escaped death. Two saved their
lives by diving into a drainage
The side occurred '30 minuies
be ore the highway was flue to
be reopened to traffic. Authorities
said scores of homeward bound
motorists could bave been killed
on Abe busy highway. The slide,
largest in the history of the area,
occurred two miles north of Santa
Monica.
The body- or Sheri', who was
seen to stumble and fall in the
path of the slide,, was recovered,
from beneath more than 100 feel
of soggy earth., -
Engineers said new cracks had
appeared on the cliffs. They
warned, that heavy rains could
bring more earth cascading down
on the highway. Clearing the at-)
est, slide was expected to take at
least a weekt,
The .slide engulfed a bultdozer,
tractors, a 'tank 'truck and dump
trucks. Some workers rode their
heavy equipment down to the
edge. of the ocean breakeri.
Two men in a ear were nearly
trapped by the smaller slide that
closed the highway last Thursday.'

.

.41111011001

AmericOn Society
,iMeetsApril 7 To
,
liect New Board --,
The American Society of the
Republic of Panama wilt nold its
annual meeting Monday, tpril 7,
at 7 pm. ,at tte, Pinem I, Gulf
Club. --Five- membus will be e
leeted to the, board ot -Iireeors
for two-year- terms Following is
the list of nominees:
R. J. Boyd, Sr,, oglebby,
W. C. Schmitt, Semlay S. Atom,
O. G.. Hausuitinn,' H, W; Sander,
J. J. Plata, C-T. Richardson. J.
P. Sidebothani. F. IF.' Pur ty, B.
Hattler, T., L.. Woodruff, ,T
H. narrington, W.' D. Dickerson
and B. H.' Carpenter. -,
' The meeting will bo a sty! af affair
fair affair with a buffet supper refresh refreshMonts
Monts refreshMonts and entertainment provided
gratis. All members are urged to
attend and to bring prospectve
members., e,

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and keep it on!

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Church By-The-Sea 1 Mass on Sunday morning.
The Maundy Thursday urharisti

The Maundy Thursday ueharisti

Episcopal Church in the city of Ce Ion
Colo. will be celebeated at 7 The New lloly Week Liturgv,
that evening, and will be follow- ordered by the ,Holy Father sev-
ed by an AU-Night Watch at the eral years ago, will be fully es'
Altar of Repose by memberf ofremplitied in all its beauty at St.
the Knights of St. Paul. 'Josephs Catholic Church in Co CoOn
On CoOn Good Friday the Mass of
the Pre-sanctified will be tiered On Holy Thursday the ceremo-
at 0 a.m. At the Three Houra Serv- nies will begin with the H g
ce, from 12 noon to 3 clock, Mass 6 in the evenng, followed
the preaching bf the Passion will by the Solemo frocession to the
be by 'Bishop R. Heber Goodea. hepository. This n turn is lot lot,
, lot, Ceremonies of the Lighting tif lowed by the strippinL of the al-
the New Fire will, be conducted tars, as prescribed hy tne Laur Lauren
en Lauren Holy Saturday night at 10:30, gy. The beautiful Roototory which
elosng with the First Eucharist aroused so much Iavorable com comof
of comof Easter. The Junior Choir will ment last Holy ,Thursday will be
sing the sccond Eucharist at 6 used again this year. Adoration
cm., and at 9 there wiU be a at the Repository w)11 continue
Solemn High Mass. night, and all day Friday un unThe
The unThe old English plueo,r g a n, til 3:00 p.m.
which has been under overhaul bedin at 2:30, with the Stations
since last Easter, will be re-ded- dile Cross, iollowed by the nes!,
icated during the Easter Vigil Good Friday Communion Srvice.
ceremonies, and will be heard at which will include the Veneration
a, special recital- scheduled for of the Cross.. It s expected that
3:30 on the 'afternoon of Eaiter many of the faittful will avail
Day. Many organists will partti- thmseives of the opportunity of

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Day. Many organists will partti- thmseives of the opportunity of
I
pate. , ,, receiving Holy Communion at this
, Among thern will be the ReV. time. ' -, ' '. ,
Victor Watson, of the Methodist On Holi Satnrday, the Easter ,
Church,. who will be playing the, Vgrl service will begin prompt
Instrument for lhe first. ti m e.' ly at 'J. p.m., to be followed at
Christ Church Choir Guild and midnight by the glorious Mass
outstan.ling local vocalist will also of the Resurrection. Masses on
be featured on the program. , 'Easter Sunday morning will be at ,,
Activities for the day will close' 8 and et 9:15. ' ,
with Solemn Evensong at ,7:30 Special music' for these dyas
Pm ', ". of Holy' Week, and for the special
' ' -- , services will' b rendered by the
CATHOLIC CHAPEL . St. Joseph's Choir, under the bat-
. teen Salo : ' '' 1,1 Jone Qui.len, director.

CATHOLIC CHAPEL 1St. Joseph's Choir, under the bat-
, clic solo ," Jone director.
Beginning next Siinday,' taster 'Confessions will be hhercl today,
Sunday, and continuing. for' every trinrrow and Friday evenings At
Sunday thereafter un it further n T, and on Saturday afternoon
ice, the Yicentian athers wino' from 3:30 to 5. No Confessionss
offer' Mass in the. chapel of Coco' will be heard after on II 0 I y

offer' mass m tne cnapet ot ,t,ocw vitt ye num
Solo at 11 cm, The chapel ,h a s Saturday,
been made available'sby. the Civic .. r-----
Gov., W. E. Potter, and it- is an, .,.
ticipated tht Mass will be said, '-
here until such time., as another UOt
site can be obtained which can ,,
be used as the center of Cathelc 11ALIFAY
activities in the new townsite. , Prime Mini
Father John King, C.M., he callisd on h
Suberior of the Vincetitian Fath- guard' until
I
era. has announced the appoint- can be ach
moot of Father Robert Vignola "If the E
C.M,, as 'priest in chEttfit of the, in 1939 had
development of the new parish,' ain was go
Father Vignola will assume ', hs
new duties on Easter Sunday.
hesitated."
had strengt
licies chose
'.Until such tithe as a study of

facilities available has been -corn

pieced, no eateChiOn
Lti Lititter) AV ditalliU slazt VCCII
etas," prl ,12VA,T,SHAI,NI,GITODNiT;r1theoP,. rOinreon tnotatri:

piceen, no CateeniSM CIRS''' I
ijr rat (D-Aric.), after hearing testi testiother
other testiother parochal activities v be mosy about a Federil,Communi Federil,Communibegun
begun Federil,Communibegun in Coco Solo. It: is ..oped cations Commissioner's SS or 40
that the i udy will be comploted
in the ne't. future-, and that full- trips in five years to broadcasters
tonvenfions! -. ' ;

ouler pcirtC11111 BULIVILlegl V "V mosy about a Federil,Communi Federil,Communibegun
begun Federil,Communibegun in Coco Solo. It: is ..oped cations Commissioner's SS or 40
that the i udy will be comploted trips in five years to broadcasters
in the ne 1. future-, and that full- conventions: ,,,.. ' ; .-
time paritkfunctions will be ini-i ,,,rm just
tiated. ' -, :'- .1 members cif the tommieion haven't
' wondering, if the
.rather Vinola will be eager to; fejt compelled to accept too milnY,
meet his c t' parishioners at thel invitations," ; '' r

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8 Drinit made ,,
with malt
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15 Shopping --
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: 20 French
mothers :
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! 24 Wheat beards
t 26 On the water
! 27 For .''
1 30 Rhymed
! 32 Assented
34 Wayward
35 Approached
36 Moines,
Iowa
I 37 Plants 4. s
88 Covers
40 Drill
41 Jewel
42 Satellite of
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511Gratuity
52 Feminine
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55 Underground,
56 Table scraps
57 Tomato color

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2 Preciousstone
3 Neophytes "t
4 Baseball
round-tripper s
5 Wing-shaped
11 Feelings
1 Pork source
8 Evils
8 Pitcher
10 Comfort
11 Cereal
grains
17 Roundabout
19 Mei
23 Lima
24 Imitated

:" '' .' Panama, R. of P. ,r ,.
:

OlfiC TO STOCKHOLDERS MEETE:G

By order of the Board of Directors, the stockholders
of DEBTILADORA NACIONAL., S. ar's liereby
tified' that the' annual, stockholders' meeting' will be
held at the Main offices' of the Company, located on
,,Avenida Belivar, Panama City, ROI., on the 18th day
of April, 1958, at 4:30 p.m., for the.following pur purPoses:
Poses: purPoses: ', :

:(0)',To read the minutes of the previous-meetin

(b) To elect' or 'reilect Directors; ",
(c) To examine' and approve the baktince, Profit' and
.1oss staternent and the report submitted to
- them by the Board of Directors:"
(d) To Consider and'act 1.10011:10 matters'that
- the Board of Directors or each Director-indivi,
,dually or any stockholder submits' to them,
' THE SECRETARY,

Panama, March 25, 195g

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The New Holy Week Liturgy,
ordered by the Holy Father sev-

'EALIFAX, England British
Prime Minister Harold MacMillan,
callisd on his nation to kt,cp up its
guard' until "real disarmament",
can be achieved:
"If the Kaiser in 1914 or Hitlr
in 1939 had been sure of what Brit Britain
ain Britain was going to do and that she
had strength to carry out the po policies
licies policies chosen, then they might have
hesitated."

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, whic,h was previously announced commanded in World War II, a ' ' 20 French
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gallery -full of Army officers, -, -
wives and i congressmen) and a 31 Shoe part .. for instant,
. 7, on May 2, floidets of tickets are 48 Hastened ';
19 .Rica 33 Chest rattles 47 Ascend
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(CONTINUED ON PAGE 5) clened by ,his leaving." : ,,' ,t, se .. AjmnirAil Rain
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Gulf Petroleum, S. Ao..- Paaamat R. P., Calle
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Colon, Ave. Central 16144 y Calle 16
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Oren'ge Disc' replace the"76.
sign; Cult Oil Corpera. tion has formed
Gulf Petroleum S.A. to take over all
union Oil operational.' Patiatna.,

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It means that Gulf proud,to 1)e a'
part of Panama's Tutureyou'll soonet
see the Gulf's Orange Disc everywhere.:
It mean Gulf is vitally interested
in PanaMa's growth and prosperity.
It means that you are doint, Imsiness
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with one of the largest oil companies
in the worlda company that grew
, because it always delivers fine products 1
and friendly service.
- Stop in soon at tile big Gulf Orange
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Gam Loa Un:3n Church
To Sp Hani Dinner
The Al 314 B4ettett Circle of thee
Gamboa Union Cir-reli pon
sor a na n ulmier at :Io tiomboa
Civic Ce nu April Tun din dinner,
ner, dinner, wn.e'rwill begin at,5 p.m
NWI b, folloutd square done
ing Th:s.rs ailui's are SI 5.1
and for LLI,1-1,n under twdve, 60

Husband And Wife Social
At Fort Clayton
The Fort Clayton NCO Wives'
Club held its husband and wife
social dance on Tuesday evening
in the Fort Clayton NCO- Open
Mess. An enjoyable evening of
drawn. Hostesses for the evening's
int ertanment were Mt s. Esthr

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L'ONDON (1.Jr)---The wife of a
$585,421 today and promptly
a 35-cent foot,bill, pool ticket r,
$585,421 Tuesday,- and promptly
began parceling it out to help rel-,
atives, including ,son and polio poliostricken
stricken poliostricken grandson in., Canton,
Ohio.,
' Mrs. Heather Ri lei won"
record-breaking football pool pay.
' off for' a 'correct prediction tha1
there would, be eight ties in the
54 British Soccer League, conte
last week enH., The money legal legally
ly legally is a "..windfall'! and is not sub subject
ject subject to taxes., ,The odds...were
2, roughly 1,672,631 to 1.
- The 57-year old housewife from
Borden, England, received word
of her winnings at her neat cot cottage
tage cottage and 'promntly set, out for
London by train In a caravar
that included her semi 4. invalid
husband, Tom. her, 82-year,, old
mother and other relatives.
"Now- we Can do ssomething
for the whole family," she said.
Sipping champagne in an $84-a,
day London hotelsuite. Mrs. Ri Riley
ley Riley said she had. spent ,most of
the' money alreadyon paper paper.
. paper. Each of her ) two sons, two
daughters, two sisters,a brother brother.
. brother. in-law 'and lier mother will
ceive $56,000 apiece, she, said.
' :The money being ,sent to her
11011, Henry, in Canton is "to help
, him on his way,". she said.' The
other Riley 'son it- a! miner, -in
DurhaM, England.
Mrs, Riley said she ,..and her
husband would board "the firs
available- boat" to visit Henry
,who emigrated' to the 11 nited
States when he was ,19.
The Rileys saved enough' mon money
ey money to visit him in 1949, but that
was before Henry's 8011; Tommy,
now 13, ,.w,as stricken with polio.
,"Now we can go to the States
, and bring the bairn' (Scottish for
baby) back to England for treat treatment?
ment? treatment? she said. "We tried 'a few
- Years ago but just Could snot
raise' the money!' ,
! In Canton, Ohio, Henry Riley,
telebrating his '37th birthday,at
first thought the news of his
mother's pool winningS 'L was an
April Fool's, Day joke.
He was making the,'routids on
his milk delivery route when 'he
- neard the news. Riley did not be berme
rme berme it until his cousin, iBen
tichardson, brought 'along a rec recrlacement
rlacement recrlacement to finish the days
milk deliveries:
Riley is a Royal Air Force vet-1
trans .who came to 'the United
states in 1146. Despite his 'thoth-1
ers winnings,: he said he- hi
"harpy and content'' in America
and does not want to return o
England. )3esides Tommy, Riley
and his 'wife, Florence have two
other sons, 'and Fran Fran'
' Fran' The elder 'Mrr.- Ttiley'r husband
works as a lamplightr at a coal
mine. Ire was a miner unil 1941

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Moor, Airs. Eva Moore,. AI r s
Kay Rogers and Airs. Vivien Buc Buckabee.
kabee. Buckabee. Shrimp, empanadas a n d
assorted sandwiches were served.
Recentty this group enjoyed a
trip to the points of interest in the
city of Panama. The tour was fol followed
lowed followed by a luncheon at the Tivo Tivoli
li Tivoli Guest House.'
'7' -..L. , t
Easter Egg Hunt .,,
At Lutheran ,Sunday School ,-
On Saturday at 9 a.iii., thme
will be an Easter egg hunt at the
Parish Center of the Redeemer
Luthrtan Church in Balboa to
which all the children of the par-
1
ish are invited. Parents Lre asked
to bring colored eggs on Friday
and leave them at the Palish Cen-1,
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ANUTHER CMMANDMENT BROKEN-171e lith Com-
inandment at our church has been broken again,P! reports the t
' Rev. IL )3; Withers, pastor of the parma-South Presbyterian
' Churth SubUrban Cleveland.' Rey., Mr.' Withers, right, 'posted, :
the sign several. weekS ago in The parking Area behind the ;,
church to keep churchgoers' autos from scrambling the garden
tools kept In'this shed., 4

when a i'ock 'fan 200 "gards un underground
derground underground crushed his ribs.4
Vey himself won a small pool
of $1.1.20 in 1939.
Monday, Mrs. Riley won 84
gents on a horse race.' ''
Then came the news.: of thc
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"I vonidn't believe it,1! she said,
sipping .her champagne...-.

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ed 'visit by secretary: of the ArmyYWilber M. Brucker; Talking with, their surprise' guest are,.
,left to Tight, SpZ Wiklfe Clayton, Ra field Slovachek and Pfc. Ilarold D. Clo,Yton. Bruclter,
'who was on the Isthmus over, thPef cw.eekeYndel, left for Purrto Ricci yesterday. fi.J.S. Army rhota).
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, INSPECTING A LIGHT MACHINEGEN During a tour of
Fort Kobbe, Secretary of the Army Wilbur IVI. Brucker stoP.0
ped to inspect a ,.30 caliber light machine gun manned by
Sp3 Loins Hamilton, B Company, lst Battle Qroup, 20th In.
lantry. Brucker, who was on the Isthmus over the weekend,
left for Puerto Rico yesterday. ALS. Army Photo).

APRIL :F.001.a LAUGH
:.LEDIINIBURG;., Scotland (UPy
Undertaker J, Harkness had thi: et
last 'April Fool's Day laugh yes41 w
terday on thieves who broke bob! g(
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WASHINGTON (UP)--President
Eisenhower to d Republican legis legislative
lative legislative leaders yesterday he trait
ask Congress to put the National
Advisory Committee for Aeronatp,
ties (NACA) in charge of the na nation's
tion's nation's civilian space, exploration
programs.
Senate Republican Leader Wil William
liam William F., Knowland said the Pres President
ident President informed the GOP leaders
at a White House briefing that he
probably would send the plan to
Congress today or tomorrow.
Knowland said the President'
also may send Congress by
tomorrow his long-awaited plan
tor overhauling the ,De.ense De Department.
partment. Department. He called the Presi President's
dent's President's plan a "considerable im;
provement over the present set setupu!which
upu!which setupu!which has tome under heavy
!ittack from critici loter-servtee
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, One participant in theWhite
House meeting, said the 'plan
would give increased authority to
the defense', secretary and chair.
man of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
However. he ,,, said,. the proposed
changes ,were "not too drastie.,"
,,He said the defense secretary
would ',be given more 'power to
direct spending of funds ,and the
chairman would be given a vote
on the four-man chiefs of staff.
'He said the President had not de decided
cided decided ,yet whether to, call for
elimination of the law' requiring
that the Army,,-Navy. and Air
Force be "separately:, adminis-.
tered.?

Some congressmen 'have called
for abolishing the Joint Chia s of
Staff in favor ,of 'single chief
or a general staff,. Any such pro proposal.
posal. proposal. would lace powerful oppo- 1
eition Congrese ovhere some
members wiint whittle down
the secretarys power.
Knowland said thet under 'the
President's space plan the NACA
-1101",:111 charge of much of the
government's' fundamental aero aeronautics
nautics aeronautics end .rocket research
would be expanded, and operate
as an independent agency.
' He gave no details. But appar appartently
tently appartently all military space programs
would remain under the Penta Pentagon's
gon's Pentagon's new Advancer'', Research
'Projects Agency. At present,,, the
1 agency controls all space, pro pro'
' pro' grams.

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advises its distinguished clientele that the
: be closed on Good rriday and r
'frioly Saturday': IVe. reeomend that pun.,
,'eluises be made' tOmorrow;'Thursday.

The- shareholders of Hotelec tnteramericanoS,',,
S. iL are hereby notified that the annual meeting of,'
,
shareholders will be held at 8:00 pall's,. Wednesday.,'
Aprifl6th; 1958, at' Hotet El Pan'itma Hiiton, Via ES,
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, pafla No. 111, Panama City, Republic of 'Panama,'
, for the following purposes: ,',
' ': ,1.--Annuil r'eport ofs'the President. :
2.Approval of t-Inventories ,and Balances for
, year 1966. , :
3.--Election of the Board' of Directors.
4,--6ny bther matter duly presented to the As-
sembly. ROBERTO -E1SF,NMANN
' President

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1 ' 7. ',"Now we. can 'go to the StateF ..- '. K,0:.i:.m,,:.',:,!,:,'-:.-,.-:;;.,:,,:.,::::,,,, .,-h,..,::::.,,:::::,.,..:,.:,,:., .. ..:.....:,.,:.::::::,,,:,:::,......::.:::,.,,..:,,....:-.,:,:,..;:..,.t.::,,,,,,: .:::...,, :...:, ..,... , ., ' )" .; ,-.4.) ,- ,, : '' playing it'promises yott the finest itt .
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, celebrating his '37tit'hirtlida;,,H at 7--T re.';!,:;1!-..iM;.7.,'...:i.RilV:4Ag.
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. He WAS Making the.'routids "-on --:...'..-'77:."-J.--;- 4 ,. ... v ; , m Pansnia s growth 'and prosperity. .,
, ; .'k, his Milk delivery route 'when 'he .1...-..... 5,Ntro tett lit NO tn. .;. '' .' ..
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... : ,. :. : ... : .7, .. : :' :. -...... ::".-,:. :..-.. ..,.::::',:::..s.,-,.. :'.-.-.'..:, tion's civilian space, ,esploration , f Ll dr, --",...."..- '' -AIN,...orls',...0 ,.,000,6". ., 1.-01r IL00:
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t :: : :, -,...: ,.-:: : :::::::,.: : i.:.:::::.::: ::::::::::-.;:::, :::H:::i:::::: '..:.:;.,:::.::H;::H:,:,:.:-.:,:i: Senate Republican Leader Wil- '," advises its distin,ruishe(I tlientele that the ;
,,::....: .,!.. ',., --,.,. -,,: :: ..,.. .:::. ::: :-: ,,,::::::::-:::.-:,.:.:::,:::,:,.:...,:,...,i liam F.-.,'Knowland said the Pres- ,,, ., , el ..
. '.a. :- ..- : : : -.',.: t','''.--., ':. .. '.: :;:::.: --,:.::: ::--.:.:::-:':i:. ;;:.: .:- .:-..:.- : '':, ident informed the: GOT' leaders '- 'store 'will be closed on Good Friday and :-
;.: ..: :: !. : ,,: ..,:., ,-.-:: : :::.::::. : ;.::::::::.:;.,:.::-: ::::::::::,--- at a White House briefing that he --,-. -- - .. - ',
r, 1 '' S.:1--! -": '. : :'::-.......1 :'::1: 1-:..:::-.::......;.,..:,:::::":-.::'..:: .' 1::"1'..::.'..:,:....:;ij.:::::',:..:.:-:!.!:::....:.:-.:...'.!::......:''.:.:-....:.:..:31: probably would .send the Plan to ,..:''--.''. 1101y, -Saturdays' IVe reeotnen(1 that -'pur; ',.. I
,,.: .:; ::.:: :, ,.: ,..,....:::..,.:::-::. : :::.:::: ::::..:,.:..:.:::::,::::: :.,..E.::,:.:,.,::!:,...-!:ii !::::::: Congress today .'or tomorrow. ;,-, .:
. : .. ,-. :: ..., : . : ... : ...: .:... ,.::: : -,-:,::::., ...,,:, Knowland said the 1 President '.,;..l'eb:lises be m- ade''tellt'err'ow' ;',TbarStlay. : '''-'1,.:,,, :
, .. .: ,,. -. ..:.:: : .:.: .: ,...:::, ...,:-:::,..,....:,: : ....:. :. also- may, send -- Congress by - -':- ,- : ,- :. - , ,- ,. -. i
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1- 1 : -.:...-. :. -,,,, :, 4.:..: :.:: ;.,.., .. ...:...::,: i''',:....-:-.,....:::-::: : ..-.-, :,- I : tor overhauling' the ,De'.ense De-
: i : : "::" ,- ,,,.. --.:. : ::-:::--, -- ':';--"-::',.,:::.''.'::::::-"i',-'::-."---.....,.,::.,..:,:,:,:,.'..::,: partment.-- He -- called.- the : Presi- -. ,: -
, ,,-... ." : :::..H.:,- -,.',:::,-,. ::- ,. ',i::-..:. i :'..-::,..:::::...-,,- -.:1::::...,:,.... ..,.,. dent's plan a :"considerable ---im; I ---.'ne.,wouipa WM 11112gPilnyok a Ili linionsa Al sidAii, As an r 'ma 1

. Husband And Wits b0Clat -- .-,, va :zaturuay al. e,awn., .,, were ,...,4.4,, 4 : : r ''. : .1: i ::;:::'. :: :: :!. :...'::: :: ;:.:':::.:: ..:::': ........:... :;.:::-1: I. probably would send the plan to I ''-',' Hely, at,urdar.: lye ree9, inell(t !hat -Tura ,,!
',-', At Fort,Clayteri . :' ; will be an Easter egg hunt at the .' :." ,..' 1 '' ." : ::::"::'''":::."::-. ::: :':". :::::::.:.':::: Congress today:Or tomorrow. ;,:, I
't. .. The Fort, Claiton NCO Wives' Parish Center of the Redeemer . .., .. -,..... .:... .: ,. ., K 1 d 'd th Pr ident I f.,:,'ehises be ni- ae7teptrro!v;',Thurstiay -',,,,, ;
',- Club held its husband and wife Luthntan Church in. Balboa to r :1 - : :;: 1 ::: : .-: ,:;: ::. ::,:,::: ; ,.: :;:::::::'i,:-::::: :-::':::::::' ::: :" also. ,, may, send '' Congress by : '- - - s'
i- ' social dance on Tuesday evening which all the children of the par- : : .::. :":: : : ' -,. i-,:,','," ':,,:-.":;, ::.::.:"':-.:..'. :.:: tomorrow his long-awaited .. plan ,.. ,.... ,. ..., ,, ,, i .. , .
- ' in the Fort Clayton NCO 7 0p e n ish are invited. Parents L.re. asked t,
it I " ''' : :' '''. ". : : : ":: i-...::":: -;::::;:.-. :'.': i .". tor overhauling' the ,Deonse De De.
. De. i Mess.' An' enjoyable evening of to bring colored eggs on:Friday i ..: : : :: 7,:" '::. ,.. I,:,:i "" ::::-.:".,, .. .,:;,',..,..,...::,::::., ,..,-:::::.:,,, .,...,: partment.-- He -- called.- the :Presi-. ,..-t ,-:,.,.: -., : -..,' ', -' ,.: r ,, !, ,,.,, .,,,, ., :,,,, t. ,,,n.
-, drawn. Hostesses for the evening's and leave them gt the Palish Cen- ' ?:' : :' ::"' '..: -'',:.? '" :"' ,' : :: i::"" '::.::':":: '':-;:,:::::," ''''' dent's plan a '"considerable -im- .'
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, would give increased authoritY to shareholders'4111 be held at 8:00 .pm',, Wednesday,:
' the defense!' secretary and chair.. : -
f the 'joint Chiefs of Staff
: Itowever;.,,. he said the proposed Apnf 16th, 1858,' at' Hotet El Panama'Hliton Via Es;,-
s : perm No. 111, Panama' City;':' Repubtio. r. Parnama
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.;-Annuil report of,'.the,Presidlint.:-'.
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NEW'YORIt,-April 2(UP)--Those critics of
Cleveland Indian general manager Frank Lane are
being drowned Out today by the thunder of Mhmie
lIffnoso's bat. '

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And they'll cbase'to exist at ed the betrolt Tigers, 4-1; and
all. if the newly-acquired Larry the Washington Senators shad shadDoby
Doby shadDoby pans out for the Indians cd the Los Angeles Dodgers,s7-0,
the' Way Miftoso is. Acquired Dec. in 10 s innings. s
4 in a deal that involved -,the Hank Aaron's fifth homer .of
popUlar -Early, Wynn sand Al the spring and two doubles by
Smith, Miiioso is enjoying one Ed Mathews led a 14-hit Mil Milof
of Milof tile finest springs of his nine- waukee attack that started a ayear
year ayear career. t gainst 14-game winner Bob
All4the 34-year-old native of Friend and continued against
Matanzas, Cuba, did yesterday George Perez, Roy Face and Bob
was -wallop three 'homers and Thorpe, Gene Conley and Doh
tingle to drive in eight rims and kaiser limited the Pirates to
lead the Tribe to a 14-7 victory nine hits. ,
over the Chicago, Cubs. That Al Worthington allowed seven
outbiirst topped another terrific,hits over as many innings, ab
shoWing by Ernie Banks who the Giants made their spring,
smacked bis 10th and lith hom- record 14 wins and seven losses.
, erett the. spring and knocked The Giants made only three
in five runs or the losers. hits but one wu a homer by
Lane' was criticized for mak- Willie Kirkland -and another was
inv. both the Nilioso and Doby a key double by wokie catcher
deals but In reuniting sluggers Bob Selunidt.1 The Orioles have
wheotwice previously .Aave been scored only two runs in their
"roomies" he is trying to,"wake last 29 innings.
np't a city whose attenda,nce last '
The Cardinals snapped a
, season fell to 720,000.. The In Instring
string Instring of 33 consecutive bat bat-
- bat- Mans have ordy a 40-11 record
ters retired by Dave Sisier
.L this tspring but with Herb when they scored three runs
Score throwing bullets again
inning aril went
appear greatly' improved over le the fifth
on to beat the Red Sex be bethe
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Bill Skowron and Steve
also staged sensational slug slugging
ging slugging performances in yester.
day's exhibitions.
gkowron,, who might have to
Mak& up for the 'loss of Yogi
Berra ln the early part of the'
season, knocked in eight runs
with two homers and a Atingle
as the New York Yankees out outslugged
slugged outslugged the Chicago White Sox,1
15-11. Skowron, who hit .304
last, zeason, is batting '.417 this
spring and has smashed' five
homers, three clonbles and three
triples.
Bilk, fighting to Win a job
with Cincinnati, knocked in four
runs to lead the Redlegs to a
9-g .triumph over the Philadel Philadelphia
phia Philadelphia Phillies. Bilko's first hom homer
er homer came in a three-run third
inning and, his second in a five fiverun
run fiverun seventh. Harry Anderson hit
his fifth homer of,, the spring
for, the Phillies.
Ihe world champion Milwau Milwaukee
kee Milwaukee Braves wound up their
"hcme" exhibition season at
Bradenton, Fla, with a 7-2 lArirt
ovdr the Pittsburgh Pirates; the
Sa4 Francisco Giants ,:clincheti
the "Cactus League" b
be4ting the Baltimore Orioles,
4-1r, the St.', Louis Cardinals
sn4pped : the Boston Red Sox'
eight-game winning streak, 4-3;
thel Kansas City Athletics down
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Three Honlers,
ive In ,8 Runs

Thi Cardinals snapped a
string of 33 consecutive bat batters
ters batters retired by Dave Sisier
when, they scored three runs
in the fifth inning aril went
on to beat the Red Sox be behind
hind behind another strong effort by
Lindy McDaniel., Lindy, first
, Cardinal pitcher to go seven
innings, yielded two runs and
three hits.
Jack Urban shut out the Ti Tigers
gers Tigers for the first eight innings
before Tom Gormin lost Kansas
City's shutout in the ninth. Bil Billy
ly Billy Hoeft pitched perfect ball for
four Innings but the Athletics
tallied four times in the fifth
on four singles and two Detrobit
Albie Piarson scored the win winning
ning winning run from third when Char Charlie
lie Charlie Neal fumbled a grounder by
Norm Zauchin as the Senators
rallied to beat Los Angeles.
Johnny Podres carried a 4-1
lead into the bottom of the
sixth but was tagged' for four
runs in his four innings before
being relieved by loser Ron Ne
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NEW YORK, April 2 (UP)--As
a fight trainer, former feather featherweight
weight featherweight champion SandY Saddler
is a hard man to please.
After watching ,his protege,
welterweight Rudy Sawyer of
New York punch out a unani unanimous'
mous' unanimous' 10-round 11 decision 'over
3immy Peters in their, televised
fight Monday night, Saddler
shook his head and remarked:,
"Rudy should have won easier.
He WAS WO anxious, he was
dancing around too much; and
he wasn't effective enough with
his left hand. Hut, what the
heck, pe's still learning."
llowever, Sawyer was impres impressive
sive impressive enough to earn the.sweep the.sweeping
ing the.sweeping approval ot referee Petey
Scab 6-3-1 in rounds and the
two judges, Mike Davidowitch
8-2 and Bill Recht 1-3. The U United
nited United Press also faVored Saw Sawyer,
yer, Sawyer, 9-1.
1,ri registering his 15th victory
in 17 pro ,fights, Sawyer out outpunched
punched outpunched Peters all the way but
failed to floor the Washington,
D.C., Scrapper. 4-
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auto racing champion Juan Ma Manuel
nuel Manuel Fangio of Argentina has a agreed
greed agreed to test a speedy racer own owned
ed owned by George Walther Jr presi-I
dent of the Dayton Steel Foundry.
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approval he will drive In the In Indianapolis
dianapolis Indianapolis 500-mile race on Mem Memorial
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' LOS, ANGELES, April 2 (UP)
Mogin (Kid) Betsey of Nige Nigeria.
ria. Nigeria. Africa, last night knocked
' out Mexico's Ricardo 'aril')
Moreno at 2:51 of the third
round in Los Angeles before a
crowd of 11,000 fans who paid
$120,000 fa witness the thrilling
cantest; A
Moreno forced the fighting from
the opening gong and twice buc bucFkled
Fkled bucFkled the champion's knees 'in the
'first and seem' rounds but Bas
sey weathered the storm and
starting scoring heavily near the
end of the second.
, The champion gradually ship shippad
pad shippad up the pace and surprised
the lans when he dropped the
hard-hitting Moreno with a solid
right hand smash to the law
far the full count.
In the bantamweight elimination
between Jose Lopez of Mexico
and Billy Peacock of Los 'Ange-I
lee, Lopez scored a TKO vctory
over Peacock in an exciting COn COntest
test COntest in which both fighters visit visited
ed visited the canvas.
PACIFIC LITTLE LEAGUE
All tho 12 year old players of
tho Pacific tittlo Ltia g u
should report to -.the Little
League Stadium, Saturday Morn Morn'
' Morn' frig April Solt 'at Report to
Lou Seldom
PACIFIC FARM LEAGUE
IFirsf half finals standings)
Teams W L
Seymour 9 1
Kiwis 7 3
Mutual of Omaha, 6 4
Cyrnos - 3 51
Police
Lifesavers 1 9
,
The Seymour ,'Agency' liniors
won the first half championship
while losing only one game to the
Mutual took the lead with' six,
consecutive victories but Sey Seymour,
mour, Seymour, ,the Kiwis. and Cyrnos pro protested
tested protested l)ccause two men were ,not
listed, en it4eir roster.. 'Ius Mu MuWel
Wel MuWel automatically lo t u r
games yet wound up with a i!six
and four record.,
Mutual more than made up for
their disappointment in the first
half ,by sweeping the Second half
with ten straight triumphal. They
trounced the first half 4, winners.
Seymour, 13-0 behind the brilliant
pitching of Lew Fontaine plus ,ex ,excelled
celled ,excelled fielding"and hitting support
frorn the rest of the team to vaap
upthe title.
''Sporisa Briefs
PHILADELPHIA '(UP) Phila.
delphia promoter Nick Troll& has
offered to stage the Virgil Akins AkinsVince
Vince AkinsVince Martinez welterweight title
bout4 in either Philadelphia or
Pittsburgh this summer as part
of a 'benefit show. The fight, being
promoted in conjuncton 'with the
International Boxing Club,' tenta tentatively
tively tentatively hazbeeri scheduled for June
6'with no site es yet named.
SQUASH TITLE REGAINED
LONDON (UP) Hishim Khan
regained the British Open squash
title by beating brother Mam,' 9-
7; 9-9, 9-6, 9-7, Monday in tte fi final
nal final at the Landsdowne Club. The
title victory was t Hashims sev seventh
enth seventh in the last eight years.' his
only loss being to, eousin Rosh Roshan
an Roshan Khan last year.
.
DODGER TICKETS ON SALE
-LOS ANGELES (UP) Over
the counter ticket sales for all
Los Angeles Dodgers home games
begin today at the clubs main
ticket office at the Colisewm.1
Ticketi also ean be purchased at
agencies throughout Southern Cal-1
Hernia.
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SILKY SULLIVAN WARMS UP
ALBANY, CAUL (17P)' Silky
Sullivan warmed up for his first
start at Golden Gse Fields, Mon Monday
day Monday by working seven furlongs in
the mud in L30 Bat. The threeyear-old
Is being pointed tor the
$10,000Greater Northern Califor Californa
na Californa purse on April and then
will start in either the $25,000
Oaldand Handicap on April or
ship directly to Kentucky to await
tho Derby.
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Gold. Prise $500.00,
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,WORK1NG ON -A f0 SERIESt Is Navy' Chief Petty Officer
Harvey Lehman; who is member of tha."Otters" team of
the Fifteenth Naval District,Men's Bowling League. The six.
teams of the. league meet at ',the 15th Naval. pistrict Head Headquarters
quarters Headquarters Annex bowling alleys 'each Monday night in weekly
competition' for individual and team. trophies to be awarded
at the completion of the Season.',,,The current individual high'
average of 179 and high 'series 'Of 635, are both held by Pat
KellY, of the "Wolverinesl, team. The season is scheduled to
end in mid-May.. Top team ,the 15 N.D. Men's
League at present is the "Wolverines." 'Other teams include
the "Muskrats," ,."Otelots,"t ttlophers," Iguanas," and "Ot "Ottem"
tem" "Ottem" The teams are compnsed of Armir,', Navy, Marine Corps,
Air Force and Civilian personnel of the Armed Forces in the
Canal Zone. Sanctioned by the Ameridan Bowling Congress,,
the League is also affiliated with the Balboa City Assnciation.'
League Officials are: ,Pat Kelly (Presicient),'4aul Good (vice
: President), Pit Kimbley .(Secretary) and Earl Almquist
, (Treasurer)., (Official 1.1.S'. Navy Pbotogiaph) ,

acific Minoi

4.144, 4,4, :
'MARCH 24 THROUGH 28) :Tan; .ath
pEp;')ND nALF ,STANDINGS plate. F

" (as el March 23)
, Wins Losses
Grace Line : 7 -, 1
Balboa Pilot's 5 3 4
Fidanque Traevis,,.. 4 4
Pan Am.- Clipper 3 '3
- 7
The first half champion,' was
Balboa Pilots while the Grace
Line wa3 the' champion, of the
second half.
March 24 Game
The' Pan American,-Clippers
defeated Libby's, 11-9,.:-Lo a 4-
inning game characterized by
alternate streaks of- 'wildness
arid effectiveness by the oPPos oPPosing
ing oPPosing pitchers. The issue in doubt
until the last half ot the fourth
when Robert Francis doubled to
drive in Mike Hollen and then
followed, him across the plate on
successive errors by the short shortstop
stop shortstop and catcher. Mike Hollen
was the, winning pitcher; John
Touche, who. took over from
Richard Vanloom, ,the
, Line score;
Libby's 0 4 3 2 9' 2 6
Pan. Am Clip. L 7 ,1 2-11 ,-'- 5 5
' March 25 Game
,
The Balboa Pilots massacred
Libby's,' 16-3, with, a free-swinging,
fast-moving attack., The Pi Pilots
lots Pilots hanged, out .13 hits, led by
catcher Michgiel Herring's 4 for
5,and had the game on ice aft after
er after the second inning, Edwin Fa Farenbach
renbach Farenbach was the winning pitch pitcher,
er, pitcher, James Osborn the loser.
Line score: ,",
Balboa Pilots 0 7,4 2--16 13 2
Libby's 0 0 3 0-- 3 2 10
,
,
March 26 Game
.tin- the first contest of the
week' to go the regulation six
innings, Grace' Line defeated Pi Pidanque
danque Pidanque Travels, 7-4. In the final
frame, pitcher George Orgeron
of Fidanque lost control, walked
three men in a row, and then
was greeted by a single from
the bat of Grace catcher, Rob Robert
ert Robert Morse. A walk to Steve Bis-,
sell followed by a double by,
Louis Austin ended the scoring
with a big 4 for the frame and
gave Grace too big a lead for
Fidanque to overcome although
they made a valiant attempt,
scoring 2 in the last half of the
sixth. The winning pitcheF was
W. A'. Griffith.
Line score; )
Grace Line 010 114.;-7 3 5
Fidanque Vat?. 000 202-4: 4 1
, March' 27 Game
Grace Line squeaked through
its second victory of the ;week,
stime taking the Pan Amer American
ican American Clippers, 7-6. After' leading
6-0 94 the end of the -third,
Grace Line savt their margin
dwindle to nothing as PAA Ped
the score. In the last' of the
sixth B. McLain was bit by
pitcher David Romero who bad
come in to relieve George Do Dolan..
lan.. Dolan.. Austin ran for B. McLain,
stole second, stole third, and af after.,
ter., after., two walks, stole home as Mi Michaels.
chaels. Michaels. went down on' strikes.
John, Stabler got credit tor the

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NMI: 'while bitting 3 ''for 'eat' t.'''the
plate. Romero was .the loser.
4-Line score: N
P.A.' Clipper 000 312-6 ' 0
Orace Line 132,001-.7 4 3
'
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- are ame
' In 'another thrillersettled -Jr,
'the,, final frame,. Balboa Pilots
defeated Fidanque Travels, 6-5,
despite a 10-hit barrage by the
Travelers. With the score tied in
the last half of the sixth, John
Fitzgerald led off for the Pilots
and hammered an inside-thepark
homer to bring the contest
to an abrupt, sensational end endind,
ind, endind, H. Little,' who struck out
eleven, was the hard-luck -losing
pitcher. Edwin. Farenbach,
who also struck out eleven but
wits hit rather freely, was the
,Winner.--' ,
Line scOre:
Fidanque Trait., 102 002-4 10 0
Balboa Pilots 000 231-6 4 1
After another week's play,
Ken Darlington' of Fidanque
Travels remains the only play play,er
,er play,er in the league to have hit a
homer out of the ,park.
'10 (4:30 Ant). Winner
lst hat,- vs Dinner 2nd holt
Little League Park.
' April 11 (4:30 p.m.): Winner
Ind half vs. ,wiriner lst half--
Little League Park.,
April 12 (9 a.m.): Winner lst
half vs. winner 2nd, halfJsittle
League fart- )
1Balboa Pilotsi
2--Grace Line.
April 14 (4:30 p.m.): Champion
'Minor League, vs. !All Star Team,
Minor' League --' Farm ',League
Park. 1
', April 18 (4:'30 p.m.Y'r All Star
Team, Minor League 'vs.' Cham Champion
pion Champion Minor League
Leagne Park.
April 18 (4130 p.m.): Cham Champion,,
pion,, Champion,, Minor League, vs. All Star
Team, Minor 'League Farm
League Park, '" ,'"
April 21 (4:30 p.m.) Cham Champion
pion Champion of Farm League vs. Cham Champion,
pion, Champion, of Minor -League -- Little
League Park.,
(1), Plai-off for tied :game of
- February, 20th.
(2), Play-off -for tied game 0
- February 19th. Winner is
-' 3rd place in 1st half.
(3) Final for Champion Of First
Half and Home Team to be
' decided by drawing if Pilots
' win March 7 game.,
(4)' To make tip for the tied
, game played on March 7th.
' To be cancelled if Pilots lose
'', game an Friday, March Ith.
: Home team to be decided by
drawing at game time,
SPAIN' MARKS ANNIVERSARY
MADRIA Spain marked
the 19th' anniversary of the end
of its Civil War today with t
business as usual atmosphere re replacing
placing replacing the customary fiesta holi holiday.
day. holiday.
Me anniversary was dropped
from the list of offidal holidays
under a decree of last Jan. 1 de designedtolncreasenational
signedtolncreasenational designedtolncreasenational -efficiency.
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' By MILTON RICHMAN
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TAMPA, Fla. (UP) -.- Ailing Al
Smith, who has spent most of the
spring on a rubbing table, assur assured,
ed, assured, the Chicago Whife Sox today todayhe
he todayhe will be ready to play in the sea season
son season opener and prove to them
they made a good,deal by get getting
ting getting him from the Cleveland .fil .fildiens.
diens. .fildiens. 4 4 --- - ,, ,
, Troubled by' in injured 'right
ankle all spring, Smith has seen
no action at- all in exhibitior
games- but feels he'll be ready to
take his place in the lineup with within
in within a week or so. 1-
More Annoying Tiffin s, I -.)
"The ankle injury is mor, in in,
, in, noying than serious, said the' 30-
year-old Smith, who is being
counted on as the WhiteSoxrega WhiteSoxregalar
lar WhiteSoxregalar left fielder this year. "But the
treatments I've taken this spr ,-
have made the ankle stronger and
, I think III be ready to go in
few days. I've kept my weight
down so it won't take me,ver
long to get in 'stride." ,
,
Smith came to the White SP'
along with pitcher Early Wynn
fr'om the Indians last December
in exchange for 'outfielder Minnie
Minos and infielder Fred II,"
field. No one was happier 9ver
the deal than Smith. .,--1
,"I had thy best years playing
for Al Lopez in Cleveland frorr
.1953 Ad 1956," ,he iays. "I, guess
II'd rather play for him than any
one else in basebpII. And if I'm,
in shape, I ikow.I'll be 0 Le
-
- Roasted by Fans ; '
, With the Indians ..- last s year,
Smith slumped to .247 and wp
roasted unmercifully by impatient
Cleveland fans.: Things -reached
sect a state,. that ,Smith publicly
voiced a desire to be traded. TI,
fact' that he, often was asked to
play third' base -instead Of the Out Outfield
field Outfield didn't make him 'any hap happier,
pier, happier, either., ,, ,,f i , ,,,
o'I'd like to feel haVe no ene.
mies in'', CleVeland," said the
White Sox outfielder, slipping into
a par of moccasin shoes after a
, light workout.,,,"1 fedi deserved
some of the criticism I received
from Cleveland fans. Atter all, I
',remember days When they ,cheer7
Ied me, too..:',, .., ,. ,,,
b
a "s T:;. ;"..'1:'-"If
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ame
At Tampa, Fla., lst Game
St. Louis (N) 000 000 000-4 1'. 0
Chicago (Ai 010 100 41x.7 1,
, Mizell, Wehmeter (7) and H.
Smith.: Pierce, Wilson (8 and
Battey. WinnerPierce. Loser
Mizell, MISLandis, Rivera.
At Tampa, Fla., 2nd Game
' 6 innings, .,by agreement
St.Louis (N 300 400-7 7 0
Chicaco (A) 020 030-;-5 9 -4
Jackson and G. Green. Wil Wilson,
son, Wilson, Lapalme (5) and Moss. Los7
erWilson.. ,
At Ft: Myers, Fla.
Milw., (N) 003 000 000-3 7 1
Pitts. (N) 000 020 002-4 9 4
' Burdette, Buhl (5) and Sawat Sawatski.
ski. Sawatski. Witt, Blackburn (5), Osen Osenbatigh
batigh Osenbatigh (8) and Voiles, Winner
Osenbaugh, LoserBuhl...
Hersh, ,
At West Palm Beach,- Fla.
Detroit (A) 100 000 300-4 13 1
K. City, (A) 300 002 00x-5 8 0
Lary, Presko (7) and Lau.
Maas, Herbert (7) and House.
rWinner Maas. Loser Lary,.
HRKuenn.
, At Orlando, Fla.
Boston (A) 000 015 110-8 10 2
Wash. (A), 000 200 100-3 ;' 6 0
schroll, Wall (6), Kielyt, '(9)
and H. Sullivan; Daley (1)., ty tyerly,
erly, tyerly, Wiesler (5); Clevenger 17),
Saban (9) and Courtney.. Win WinnerSchroll.
nerSchroll. WinnerSchroll. LoserWiesler. HR
Stepnens.
' At Clearwater, Fla.
Cinci. (N) - 100 000 001-2 6 2
Phila.. (N) 000 010 000-1 6 0
Kelly, Kutyna (8) and Bailey.
Semproch, Roberta (6) and Lo Lopata,
pata, Lopata, Lonnett (7). WinnerKu WinnerKutyna.
tyna. WinnerKutyna. Loser--Roberts.
Ai St. Petersburg, Fla.
LosAng. (N) 030 030-100--7 7 1
N. Yk. (A) 001 200 000-3 6 1
NewcOmbe, Sherry (4), Collum
(8) and Walker. Sturdivant
Grim (6), Duren (6), Monroe (9)
and Berra, Howard (5). Winner
A-Newcombe. LoserSturdivant.
HRJackson,-,
At Phoenix, Ariz
Cleve. (A) 303 110 000-8 1
San. P. (N) 000 020 000-2 4 6
Score, Narlesld (6) and Nara Naragon.
gon. Naragon. Giel, Constable (3), Miller
(8) and Thomas, Katt (8). Win WinnerScore,
nerScore, WinnerScore, LoserGiel. 1111S
Ward, Woodling, Spencer.'
' Ai Lake Males, Fla.
N.Y. (A) 003 03(10) 001-17 17 1
Denver 000 30 0 200 5 12 0
Ford,' James and Blanchard.
Neal, Short, Lawrence and John Johnson,
son, Johnson, Anderson, ,
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At Mesa, Ariz,
Balti. (A) 000 000 000-0 3 11
Chicago (N) 000 100 00x-1' 7 0
, O'Dell, Zuverink (8) and Gins-
berg., Hillman and NosmanLosl
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The first week of the Cerveceria15-3:Seemedlike it was an off day
tournament was completed undertfor,Jenner
2 hiletnrine hnt attn at (let wthnn I,

a ,blistering hot sun ,at Gamboa.
Most matches were played on Sat Saturday
urday Saturday and everyone was comity
in with red faces Inot embarras embarrasment)
ment) embarrasment) and dripping wet from per perspiration.
spiration. perspiration. ,Can't say. there were a any
ny any drasti, upset as the girls 41
pretty' well matched .in their re respective
spective respective flights. It is Still anyone'En
chance of winning winning-
, Here are the results. -! of 't e
'matches and you be ,the judge of
the upsets. , ,.,"
'-Championship. Flight
Irene Robinson shot ; -er same
score, of 114, which tied her the
previous week for medalist. Sne
won over' Ethel Perantie 4-2; Chi
McCue won, over Edith Mathison
by. a 4-3 marginThis was a close
match till the,last few holicwhen
the heat linally got Edith.
Cleo Burns who tied .the

a Anzowiuss nut, auu ,111, tritilitittil. ., : ,, 1 '' L , t .,,
Most matches were played on Sat- ,,, .'-.. x,Third Flight, , :
urday and everyone was comity ,- .-- -4 ,,,, .' ..,.
in with red faces Inot embarras- 'LaCrOli vton over Mallory 5-4 ,.
ment) and dripping wet from per- and found, out It was just was not .: ,.,
spiration. Can't say there were a- Mallorys,iday to gerher,, shots in,,-,...,
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ny, drastie- upset 'as the girls 0 the right places. Hennon won 0-,, k:
pretty well matched .in their re- ver Daniels -6-5, Sewell won oyes' ,. ,,,
spective flights. It is Still anyone'En yetaen 4..2., Batson was, in the ,,,r....,
chance of Winning winning- - -" lead and -then things ,started to
, Here are the results -! of 't h ei happen: there mere no. results ,
posted for the Stevenson a n d
the,upsets , '. ' : ; ,., Jackson'matchk,..! ', - ,.
'matches and you be the judge of
'.-Championship Flight -,-;7- ''. ,, ',,; FoUrth Flight ,-
' Irene Robinson shot ; 'er ,, same ""Claire and -Zon posted ,-no re-
sults: Batchellor drew., a ', b y c- 1
pScre9rveit;u
018 Mwee, kwhtiorch mtieeddauhsetr. still:,
Thompson, won over Christensen
6-4. Understand both of these gins .,
mw ocncuoev erwo' En t,, hole! eErdaintthie )11 4 -a2t II; i sCohni
have norbeen 'in. the game too ',
by a 4-3 margin-This was a close ion...,
g Keep up your spirits; Sharp-,
match till the,last few holes:when drew 1, bye. ;, ,,-.:. ,,,, ,,
the heat linally got ,Edith. ,, , Plkse all- girls 'post youi, re- -, ...'
' '. .. ''' ' ',' '' -- sults each week as it delays the ,-
Cleo Burns who tied .the mot:- next 'players; The winners of the
alis score the previous iv e e k,
shot a superb round of 78 againit two matches not posted, please
;lad many pars !ontactsiyboleur.next,opy,,,,onent a, .8,8,0011 .,,,i
The'pairings for this:week are
beat fylvia Carpenter by a 65
Panadti Wsaavreirnagi bCirlegs Pearl Trim II,' P"'
l).' ., ittr, follows: .., '; ., '.. '. , ,
margin,- Don't know if Maw w- , . 7 ; ,.- ,,, ,
just lucky as she;can. be,' Or .I,
' Championship Flight 12. -.
whether SyMa'' waS just -off her
game. r., ,., e , ;' ,; .4, ., '. '). Turns vs, Tilm. f- ; ,
Robinson ys. McCue. '
,, ,.- ,,,,-, ., ,',:.- -, ...-.. ..- 0 First, flight ,.
', ," First Flight -.. ' ''',' '. Iv 1 ''.I nes ' '
'' - '''-'" ''''' "Xtirdy ink' 'Lincoln.' -- ,
Connie Bishop Avon over Alicel
' ,- Sacond Plight '' '
French 65; 'Don't know if it-.. wa':
, .Tnrforiel-7vv Wallace .;: -, ',
nlaying 36 holes the previous 4 .'
Louis Jones beat Jane ;Huldquist.,
due to Connie's nractice or ,Ali,
; l' , i Third Flight ;.'f -- ... ,.-, ..
ce.:'" kWrightys.Sullivan. ,". 'I. ,,'''' ., ,,
,.. '... Fourth night - ,.
::., .sLeilweCurovixa':,,v2s. Hennono....1 ... .',- -:
RurudthY.,,Liwonricelonvewr 0,Bnefv.hfle'r.. , ,,,. ,. .. .... .. ..
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Mateh (wet Hi' Owens,4.374- i
., ,', Second Fight,: ,' ..,' .. ; ... , , , , ,,
-:. -' '' : vs?, Batcherllor. ,

.. ,..,,..,, ..
COnnin Bishen'.4ion over Alice
French, 65: 'Don't, know if it wa':I, I,
due to Connie's nractice or Alice ,''.
nlaying 36 holes the preVious 4' : ..!
Louis Jones beat Jane' ;Huldquist
65., It:', Purdy won ,over Bev 'D;', '',:
i
fer 24. Ruth Linceln won f ,b, e i
matp vet' R.: Owens,f174 '. ,' '. j,7 :
:7, ., ,. .' Second Fight; : ,,, ,,..,
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liuth Tortorict Won' over !Any- Thompson vs: Sharp. ". --,
,
'more. :Understand this was a tough All matches arvto be complet- N
match 'when it was won on t ed by Sunday', April 8 Ot 6' n tr,
lgth green,.,Wahaee' and 7 'Hughes Good tuck to all the players. The I
had to go to a Sudden Death t, Public ,is 'wilted to sit t;011 the .'
the 19th hole. Wall?ce won with a. porch and match these '''m'atehes. I,,, i
good putt. Wright, won over Ne i Dont orget to try lthe ',new Bel- ,,,.
1 6011 2-1 Sullivan won Over Jenner,"boa, Beer while you aro resting.,,, .,

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By HAL WOZO ,,,
1SCOTTSDAtE,. Ariz.' (UP) Tim
Baltimore (Orioles win field a
"considerably better', club than
ever before since, the city 'Came
back to major league baseball,
manager.,Pald Richards said to to',
', to', The greying boss of the' Oriole?
is optimistic about ,the chances of
this team ,--; and he Bing to
tell the world. ?
Two Fine Catchers
"to 'Goa Triandos and' Myron
Ginsberg we have two fine, catch-,
ers. ,Triandos hat the best throw.
ing arm in baseball; We expect
his hitthig to improve year after
Year. He has bit 40 home runs,
for us In the last two years in
the biggest par,k in the majors.
"We have two good first base-,
min: Bob tlioyd hit, .318 for us
last year and is ,a slick fielder.
Jim Marshall,',up from Vancouver
of the Pacific Coast League, hit
30' home runs' and drove in 102
. ,
"At second' baie we have ,the
best' defensive fielder in '''''' the
league, in Mill Gardner.' : h I t
.262 for us last year and played
every irming ,of the.' season.' On
top of that be is a clutch hitter.

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compared with the' best defensive :
men in history, but Willie Miran.,
da and Ronnie Hansen us
adecitiate protection.
"Our' third 'baseman IS',13rooia
Robinson. He is a great defensive
player. If he hits betterand 'we I
have hopeshe will mean
to us., 41!

Outfield Set
.
- "The Outfield is' set with Al Pi PiLarY
LarY PiLarY Doby and Bpb. Nie-
man. Theyll provide ;--a ;g 0 d
punch with defensive 1 ability.
Backing thee: up we have Jim'
'Busby and a couple of other good
mem:.
,
4:Gur pitching sfaff is headed t
by Come Johnson, Billy L o e
Hector Skinny ,,' Brow n, Jack' -'''
Hershman and Rill ODell.
them wet have 'George Zliverinis
and Ken Lehman as relievers-We
also have Charley Bathon, Jer-ry''!
Walker and Art ,Houtteman.;Hont
teman may 'Make ityll the, ,W117
back.. ''' ,.
, Richards ,drew it deep s
"It all adds 'up to ,afconsider ,afconsiderably
ably ,afconsiderably better club than we've ever
had 'before at Baltimore." It is Is
club improving all -the time.''he
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, They ain't going to beat the
' Yankees with singles."... On al
, tour of the night spots after the
fight we found this the prevailing
, sentiment -among Chicago base baseball
ball baseball fans. Besides pessimism there
(,), was, oddly,. a degree of suspicioi.
The White Sox finished second
i last season primarily because theYl
couldn't handle tde Yankees ,--- in
i hand-to-hand combat losing 15 fa
22. In off season deals, attempt attempt,,
,, attempt,, Ing to bridge the gap, they si-
' cruiced power for tighter, all a a.
. a. round defense. -
Manager Al Lopez explained:
"We are building the club to ot
our park, a big one where long
drives are fly outs. Wo can wia
4 without the long ball. ,'
'' So Iddanie Minoso, who drove
ea in 107 of the White Sox rims, wss
dealt to' Cleveland and Larry IX IX,
, IX, (t bY,, who swings from the hips and
accounted for 79, was shipped, I)
, Baltimore. The exchanges includ includa'
a' includa' ed Billy Goodman and M Smith,
' neither, :dynamiter..
- Lopez admitted he was turning
the dock hack to the dead ball
tra... "With our fine pitching we
s ." tan win with singles plus defense
and speed." A similar formula ha
won for the White Sox id 1903.
ip Teddy Roosevelt wail in th white
' Mouse. ,The Tin Lizzie was just
' j a gleam in Henry Ford's eye.
' f Babe Ruth was only 11, years old.
,:?Ihia is progress?
P 0outh Side Chicago fans obvious7
' 131 ,don't think so. Ah one of them
i
, r ut it: "I don't, care how good
i e pitching' is they,' still got to
b. ve muscle guys to drive in runs.
, ame me tine club in the last 2f
I ears that won without povier bit
ers?" ' t '- ,,
,, Divided Mouse

tAnd as we say, there are some
,
who VIM the horse and buggy
coneept with jaimdiced eyes.
,4'They couldn't stand pat, so they
made deals to stir up interest and
boost ticket sales. That's ) how
Frank Lane used to play tt, and
bow many pennants did he win?
gsactly Bone." k,
True,, Lane never won a pennin
all the while he was general ma,
N,iiieger, but he did rnake, a num.
r of advantegeous deals. In fait
that big league talent the White
ox own he's responsible for. An1
(moving to another subject 1;-his
business acumen saved the eltib
from critical financiaLdistress.-
, Lane has since transferred to
Cleveland, reportedly at rancorous
1 odds with Charlet ,, C i M t a k e y,
Lyoung, ambitious', illkOWIterarhis,
it develops is another sensitive
-spot with the fans, They ask:
"What doet this ,Comiskey know
about running; I big league ball
tint)." t. i f .',

!I :. LESLIE DRAYTON NOTCHES
,..f SECOND WIN WITH ONE-HIT
: TER OVER CAFE COOLSFOT
,
. By HERBERT MOISE
,' Leslie Drityton, Powell Gttrage's,
) tall righthander,., burled his club.
,.., into second place AS he racked up
. his second vrctory against no de defeats
feats defeats with a neat one-hit' job a a.
. a. gainst the fast faltering Cafe Cool Cool,
, Cool, spot Firemen. ,L ,
1 .Drayton',s one-hitter was the best
.7 tpitched contest so far this season.
!His mates started erratically and
'It two first inning errors by second
- semen Verol Gill fashioned the
e tally charged to the losers.
tr
Htsmates ,two whming runs were
a 'fit. product of a sensational and
L da, init piece of baserunning of Stan
Aribut who' scored all the waY
. from first when his attempted steal
:, .of isecond resulted tn Meldorris'
,,1 : fhOw hitting him and rang to
' ,, "bort. center. 1 .' ,,
'T Arthur sprang to his feet and
, canto whishing around third ,and
a 1 thr
a "hold it" signal and shout
il, of oath George Atherley and tel telt
t telt Le in a cloud of dust with a beau beauit,
it, beauit, hookslide.: This bit of base:.

tiftp. 11100itsuue.. xins ini In unrc unrc1
1 unrc1 rudning electrified the over 906
),' lois on hand who applauded with
1 dd ,outburst that:mulct be beard
' illy beyond Folks River.
1 ,Roth pitchers hurled good ball
Drayton being just a bit tough toughilth
ilth toughilth r, than his opponent, Herman A At
t At Xard. Both lot wonderful support
from their mates. On the Howells
; defense, Gato Dosman, thirdsack thirdsack1'
1' thirdsack1' e turned in two fielding gems
,), r,
' with rooltie Earl Escalona turrinc
in another when he was transfer transfer,
, transfer, sed to first in the late stage of the
1)1
I Tor the Coolspot defense, IFir.,1
11 sually sensational Alvin Lovell vtas
' up to his old game its he baok baokhanded
handed baokhanded a wicked smash off the
hat of the loop's leading hitter,
, Ernest Frarildin. ,
. Line score on the game:
1 ,, 4 ,
, ''. '' ' !HIE
Powelli ,'. ''' 2 5
,,Coolspot . '':. t 1 a
' Drayton (2-0) and Charles A Alord
lord Alord (1-1) and Morris., ,
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I. Bales. Fri 'ay will be an open dr
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I meet Howells in the season's fir.
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Incidentally, the front office sly
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ki4 I Vow 4
tuation out there will bear watcit , ,, ',
ing. It is not a happy one. Corms- ., ., -,
key has been openly feuding witi -,
1
his sister the otter co-owner her, NEW YORK (UP) :- Two more,
husband, John Rigney, a former. fighters ind .4 tight manager
ball player is supposed to have were under subpoena to appear
an authoritative voice in the club's before a Manhattan grand jury as
affairs. If so, the voice is absurdly District-Attomey: Frank Rogti.
limited in range. It seldom reachts pressed his investigation,. today el
the ears of the policy making bro., crime in boxing. -
ther , , ,1 I 1 Rudy Sawyer and Jimmy Pe Pe-
- Pe- '' ".1. ''' t' ' ' ters principals in' a widely-televis
. With tent gone, the one esta- ed welterweight bout at St.- Men MenWished
Wished MenWished .pro left in the orgamau- ols Arena Monday night, receiv
tion is Lopez, the manager, and suinmonses, in -their dr e s s i n g
while he seems to be in Lull rap- rooms' along 'with Marty Sampst.
port with the brother, the tact rel manager ,of Sawyer,- the winner
ruins he is still a hired tiela nal. of the bout. i
Nevertheless, Lopez' faith in the
iiwin, with singles. program 14?-1 Hymie the Mink
Peters 4s .managed -by Herman
pears to be sincere... "It's my 1 Wellman,- who
-. put in a 10-mmute appearance
dea all the way," hOnsists, lace' Monday before the grand jur)
rigidly straight.- and is scheduled to appear again
The White Sox as they 8 r o o 0 on April 14. Wellman deniedi th
were not going to improve over he is
their '57 performances, h a n I, a "front man" for under under'
' under' - - e worid figure Franlo, CartA, at
changes were imperative. It was
a mistake to let Minoan and Do-
charged by Ilogan. 1,;
No specific reason for the lat latby
by latby go. Letting Lane get away may est subpoenas was 'announced, ex exprove
prove exprove to haVe been -the greates, cept that Sawyer, Peters, ; ant
,mistake of all.
:, '.- .1 Sampson were called as witness witness,
, witness, '' Tk: 11;..k &A.m., es in the boxing investigation; Tits
, ,,, 0,.., imy,., riatiown' um.. wirnano ft. i'htlf fa:Iran

LiglUll 614 auguL. and is scheduled to appear again
The White Sox as they 8 r o o 0 on April 14. Wallman deniedi th ,,
were not going to improve over he to a "front man" for under undertheir
their undertheir '57 performances, h e n c e worid figure Franlvo Carte at
changes were imperative. It was charged bY ilogan ' 1
a mistake to let Minoso and Do- No specific reason for the tat tatby
by tatby go. Letting Lane get away may est subpoenas was 'announced, ex-
prove to haVe been -the greateu. cept that Sawyer, Peters, ; ant
mistake of all.
, '0' S son were called as ,witness ,witness,
, ,witness, es in the boxing investigation; Thc
,. The Park Myth .
, h, .,,, action was similar to that taken
One reason the park factor does- on the night of March 22 wnr
n't impress White Sox fans is that both principals in the Virgil A Athey
they Athey say the Yankees win 9 'of 11 kins-Isaac Logart and several oth othout
out othout there last season. Azd oh one er fight figures were given sum sumparticularly
particularly sumparticularly .' mournful occasior monses. ' '
they saw Moose Skowron beat' WallMan'S attorney, Michael
them with a grand-slam hoMert, a Kern, appeared before Judge John
crucial August game, tthe loss of it Mullen in Special S e s s 1 o n s
which virtually doomed their. pen- Cotut Monday with a motion call callnant
nant callnant pretensions. , : ing for the return of Wallman's

Apait from the "win with sin-I r7cords' seizid last week by Ho-1 FT. AMADOR WOMEN'S GOLF1 Helen Owens wanner eft, the
saes" fantasy two. idded mehlbers gan. Kern said that the fight man-

gles" fantasy two idded melbers gan. Kern said that llte fight man manof
of manof the-cast-must contribute sub- ager is "cooperating" with -, tho
I
stantially if the White Sox are to investigation but that re wants
be in the, race,. Early Wynn f the records back "o prove, le leSmith,
Smith, leSmith, An aging pitcher, Wynn:gal point." - ,.
is generally effective against i ',
Yankeee, or has been up to now'
' When we -visited the White,So.
Ray Robinson
camp in the South, Smith was side- ' '
lined with a sore leg. Apparentiv. 111-
tianed ,rlarch
it is still a question whether he'll ,11
be ready for opening day. In rivr4,' ' ', 's 1 P .: ,
dugouts there was talk the out-1 Boxer-of-Month
fielder suffered from a bone chin. t
,
Lopez made no,,attempt to ton-, mmwAtTwEt, April 2 WI'Il
ceal 'his concern'... If he can t
7-- - ---' Ray Robinson today was named
play we are going te lie hurt, real
bad.", March boxer-of-the-month by
' ,, ' the National Boxing Association
,Inethii situation ypg 'clearly pre- for his victory over Carmen Ba;
ceive Alio basic difference between sill in Chicago to win the mid midthe
the midthe witito Sox and.Yankees,.Casey dieweighk title for the fifth
Stengel could take the loss Ot AI time. i ," -," ,,-., i
Smith in stride. Would scarcelY The NBA called March a
miss htm.kin,fact4 The skeptieim month of upsets, and ratings di diof
of diof White,,titSox WS par be, viell reotor Fred J 3addy said sev sevtuidfl
tuidfl sevtuidfl eLthatioU $ ;i4 ii A 101 boxer! vtlito of 9r,eortnprtse
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'PROFILE PLUSRedsir bon' Hoak sticks the' needle
Yogi Berra of the Yankees over rearrangements in the classic
Berra profilecourtesy, ot Catching sccident !hich spread
' out the Berra rose last season. :

Galt winners of the annel
Women's Handicap :tournament,
and runners up are as follows:
, Ethel Perontle medalist. H.
Nelson whiner of the champion.
111''t flight with Ethel Perant lel
runnerup.

victories were considered for
boxer-of-the-month honors.,
Saddy named Holly Mims for
his win tser Spider Webb, Tony
Anthony for his, upset over
von Durelle,,'and Harold ,Gomes
for, his victory over Ike Chest Chestnut.,
nut., Chestnut., Carlos Ortiz, was in, the
running for his impressive per performance
formance performance against ,Tommy Tibbs,
its was Mickey Crawford for his
will over Gil Turner.
Mims returned 'to the MIA's
top ten ,ratings, and ltevicoMers
to' the list.;Avere Oomes, Craw--
lord, Carlos Ortiz, Uwe Janssen,
'Mike Holt, Hisao Kobayashi and
1Jose,OgaZoN 1
et t

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first flight with Jo -Aleiender
runnerup.
Eve Wright Winner, of the
second flight wIth Zel Batehellor
runnerup.
Jean Sullivan whiner of the
consolation flight,'

AlVe rant to mention again that
Ethel Perantie had, s hole tn
one No. 3 on ,March '13., Con Congratulations
gratulations Congratulations to you.
The tournament last week was
won by Ethel Perantle, low gross;
Margaret Hastings,' low. net;
Marge Sewell,' low putts' In the
first flight-A, X 41
Be J. Nelson low gross; Jean
Sullivan low' net an Eve Mont Monteath
eath Monteath low putts .in the 'second
flight ,
?' This iveek the toutnaMent will
be low net odd holes with 'one 'onehalf
half 'onehalf handicap. Remember you
will have new handicaps this
week! 04 A t' Amt,
,c(r4 y 1 t : ,,, )

Cars' 3 Scoff Attvoto
,
' Scott Atwater of F. Icaza may,
1)e the champs; but the Hillman
'Cars were not convinced because
they took the newly, crowned
champions for three orthe four
points. Bob Barker and DeLuca;
closed' out with .502 and .5321
scratch series. For the putt-puttl
boys no one was .1n- high 'gear.
Top mad was Jimmy Bowen with
450 and Ron Amato with 435 w;
the extent of the Champs effort,
in the match:,
Bolin' Boor 3 Duran' Coffee 11,
Cinco Chieos de Cerveza clob clobbered
bered clobbered Coffee Sippers de Dur
for a three to one- count, and
knocked the Duran's tut of the
possible undisputed third place
finish. Butch Lane pinchhitting for
Les Pahl of Duran, solved' t h e
Balboa Lanes after a veak fir
game with a 50j. set, but the
minary of the evening was the
spry secretary of the loop, Curly
, Bates who registered a healthy
1541 series tor the Brewers.

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I Dorsey Tyndall and Bill Cogs,
teamed uP for the pack' of Kent
cigarettes to trounce the wdtered
down Martinis. Dorsey chucked a
535, and Bill belted a 572. It ),
Martinis dit not have a single
boWler that knocked out a 500: sk,
nearest one ,was Wally :
with 486. The clean sweep no
the Kents in the tit. for third
place in thi win And Ioss column,

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-, Pepsi Colas 4 Dunlop 0
75The! Pepsi Colas extended!
winning streak to 12 successive:
points, and this put them in the'
Runnerup spot of the leagueAThe
Pepsis at the close of the season
were the hottest team. on the
boards. Marine Sid Prusinowski
topped tbe Pepsi with 530 and Lef Leftv
tv Leftv Luttenberger WaS one pin less.
For the Dunlop Tires who o s ti
their bounce in -recent weeks, Patl
Kelly bowed out with 469.
tanada Dry 4 BIU. Star Milk 11.
leo bad the season ended, be because
cause because ,the Canada Dry team foundl
the 'winning combination and took
all four points from the Blue
Star Milkmen in 'a decisive Man.
ner. The winning trick W113 that
they bad hot bowler in, every
Same. ;,5 5
5
' In the opening round it was Joel
Sullivan. in ,the next round wheal
Joe cooled off Lou Glud picked!
up the slack, and 1when be, 17.."
back -to' nornal. Hon Rudy went
to 'town in the last game. G I n rt
, finished with 531 and Rudy 517
fot the night, Thte Dairymen had
a"rough time with the bottle shap shaped
ed shaped pins and Lou Hack churned
he ''most." 421. 1.,
Honor Roll 200 or better game!
Coffey 224,, Glud 220'. Bates 212.
5. 5 ,
5. Important
, The award dinner fdr the 1141-I
boa Mens League will, be held at'

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BALBOA MEN'S lEAG,UE rut they sttled for fourth place in the Elki Lodge 1414 on La Roca Roca.
. Roca. , the pinfall rolumn. Road, Saturday, April 12, at 6:20
- Final Standings , --- - '' .- -- p.m.All members of the league
Zenith TV ll Tivoli Tkavals, 4 wearing their sponsors.shirts must
Teams .......,, w 1. ,T.P. T.A.
Atwater 6412 .. 2312 51374 1 I '
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$ .. 1 ibe present.. : , .,
The Zenith TV's just could not, ,
Pepsi "-5 37 50214 760
zenith 49 39 60001,14 tune in any winning p I c t u r ell Each ihould be accompanied bv i
when the Tivoli Travel Ageneyi his wife or girl friend, or sister,
Kent 49 39 : 49573 751
, jammed the airways with too mi..' or mother- in-law or any othrr
Duran 49 '-39 48346 '769
Tivoli ,,, 49 39 -48107 763 ny striked and spares. The four damsel, doll, princess, duchess or k.
716 loint RicktAt by t.he Tiv?Ii g.--, any other human of the weaker
Drnlop '' 49 44 '' '49217

jammed the airways with too rn;--,' or mother- in-law or any othrr
ny striked and spares. The four damsel, doll, princess, duchess or k.
point pickup by the Tivoli g- any other human of the weaker

if -it-i;1-1 3-; , --- I them the identical record w I t h' set. George Folger stated that the
Blue Star
a 49 48645 737
Balboa -' J
37 51 4877 738 three other teams. 40 wins f 11 steaks will bc as thick as the one one35
35 one35 5212 4888 729139 losses which meant a tie for three pocket. '
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Hillman 33 55 48843 73,Ithird place, but in the season pin- .-
,
IfF11 Tee'n-er Loop 7
Canada Dry 28 86 4802 728 fall the Tivoli Travels finished
11., ,1 sixth and Zenit4 third. Bill Gool
Leading averages -- Pahl
Coffey-172, Luttenberger 164 liele'f the Tivoli broke through with .. , ;
182. walker 18. , a 503; and Zniths Ray Walker fleeting Tonight
., , ,, , fell short by tbree pins. ' I
' Hillmi0 Cars' 3 Scott Atty. 1
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- The Itaterans of Foraign Wars
Teener Basoball Leagus
11 hold a meeting Jonight at the
, Margarita Clubpuse,- Cristob.1,
Canal Zona, at 7:30 p.m. for the.
, purpose of coordinating t h
loaguess program and amending
the constitution. 4 '''
I It is of vital importance that
, .the All Star aims managers be
preseM at this meeting.
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Tha following ,aro the teams
1 participating:
" Curundu All Stars.
Cristobal All Stars,
, Armed Forces All Stars,
Fastlich League Alt Stars.
l'Cotisy Sharman
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Pettit Yardley t --
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NEW YORK (UP) Bob Cow,'
and Bill Sharm,in of Boson Bob
Pettit of St. Louis, George YAri-H,
ley of Detroit and Dolph Schaes
of Syracuse were named today to r
the National Basketball Assoc's Assoc'stion
tion Assoc'stion AU-Star team.
Cousy, who won regular season -'
tdaymaidng honors was the top
vote getter in a poll of sports
writers and broadcasters in ',
league cities.
The second team was Made up ,,
of Bill Russell of Boston, Maurice
Stokes Cincinnati. Tom Gola tit
Philadelphia and Cliff Hagan and
Slater Martin, both of St. Louis.

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, '4 "They ain't g
' Yankees with
tour of the nig
fight we found
sentiment -amor
ball fans. Sestd4
9,, was, oddly,, a d
The White Se
Jost season priir
couldn't handle
hand-to-hand co
22. In off seas'
4b, ing to bridge
criliced power
round defense.
Manager Al
"We are buildi
our park, a bil
drives are fly
4 without the low
So Id
: ea tn, 107 of the IV
a, de It to' Clevela
DY,, who swings
accounted for 1
Baltimore. The
a' ed Billy Goodn
neither,a Idynal
- Lopez admitte
the clock back
tra... "With ou
tan win with r
and speed." A I
t won for the
4i1; Teddy Boollevel

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Rob Cowl, :,

10,-V i gleam in lit
f Babe Ruth VMS
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4 11 '1South Side Chi
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b. ve muscle gill
, ame me one I
I ears that won
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t, who VIM the
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, ,,They couldn't
ii made deals to a
boost ticket sa
Frank Lane um
bow many pem
' txactly none."
,.. True Lane ne
all the while in
i1 nager, but he
4 lw, hra tort logdviaenatgeug,
ISox own he's re
to moving to ano
business acume
from critical f
, Lane has sim
Cleveland, repo
, odds with Chai
I -young, ambitio
4 it develops is
-spot with the
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- Mpiastccoshid$50.00. Balboa 2-2884. :
- , , , ,INTERIVAL. DS PUSLICACIONESNe- 1 Lottery Plaza CASA ZALDOCentral Ave. 45 LOURDES PHARMACImAVAItgarre0ruNillemosFAIRoMtenCitrAtILOAldv;
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- vAN.DER,115-,..e wring No.0 SAAMAC1A ILL SATURSOPurene Wen I Street FARMACIA ,SAS"-.41a Penes Ill NOVIDADES ATMS &rat Same day Service. Crawford A. I
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FOR INFORMATION
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FOR IIINt GramIkha, Santa
Clara Cottage 2-4319 hater
week, end. '
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages
Sante Clare IL de P. hen Pa- :
mama 1-1877 Cristekal 3-1673.
, SHRAPNEL'S furnished ltemos.
' on beach. None yhismusen,
Balboa 1772. :
FOR RENT Available May
1st, completely fereisbed
gant residence by ass.' 3 boil.
looms,. Suitable for people who
like .good living. Call 2-201 f fPanama.
Panama. fPanama. office homes. '
'Olt ItENT fataislteti Chas
let, two bedrooms, eCampe Alas
, gra street No. Tel. Is
, FOR RENT Haw chalet, 3
Itedraoms.' living-dining room.
Anald'sIroons. 'parch and garage.,
Cetital Faso Cincoontonario
and 7th Avo. Cote : del Mar ,:
iSan Francisco). Tot.' 3-1005.
FOR RENT 2 bedroom house
famished, onclusivo seighbor-
hoed, 3 months ,or pormament
occupancy, Antoricans,, Penis's
34111.
1,' Rooms
FOR RENT -- Ono room fur.,
milked, elm to Aaron Post Of.
'tiro. Tel. 3-7344. 2-5174.
Vihatever
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117 DAN (TIGER) HILL ''
r: Duke's .1938 football team was
tnbeaten, untied and unscored
on during Its regular campaign
leading to the Rost Bowl. Key
roan in that iron mart line was
Dan (Tiger) Hill, center an dco dcocaptain
captain dcocaptain of the Blue Devil& The
lirst and only score against that
great teanvcame'onclutch pass
In 'the final 40 seconds of the
Rose Bowl -game, giving South South-
- South- arn ,California a 7-3 victory, For,
, his tremendous -,play that sea sea'son;
'son; sea'son; 'Hill was named 8 to, the tl tlEited
Eited tlEited Press g All-America second
eam,, nosed off the ,,first team
y the slimmest of margins by
itnother great center, ',Ky Al Aldrich
drich Aldrich of Texas Christian. 0,0 -c
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Hill? A; !orator as,sistant athlet athletic
ic athletic directorat Duke and a Navy
officer wounded in a kamikaze
, attack ins World War II, Hill on
' April I became assistant nation nationair
air nationair sales manager, for the Cbn Cbngolldated
golldated Cbngolldated Cork Corp,, of :Brook :Brooklyn,,
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, FOR IIINT GramIkho, Soots ATTENTION. & Ant belt i 1
, Clara Coffee 2-4319 hetet
filtabbad .""1.111.' 11 '''A t 13.1' III H A I 1'1' II B M II
bat. sold eater. OMO 1 es1,- ome rile es Alsce aneous oats otors FOR SALE Motorcycle, ISA,'

WV"' Phone Panama 1-4941 1
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages
, ,,LaR FOR RENT 4- leavtitut meagre., FOR SALI 1955 Studebaker

all quilt.' ha
"I" ''''''' "'. ----iiii ' fur"ish" three balite" aPa"" c"muldet hv""f eldani ea- P Y ment $300. 12 4277 Or ss D I r
i''' name 1-1177 Cristobal 1- FOR 3ALt --- iedrepm pet ohm..
moot. hot water, Rellenable , die and heater, two tone green. Real 6State
- SHRAPNEL'S furnished ltemos. price. Ave. Pent 17- , car in excellent condition, must '- Golf Heights, Gerhardt Saba- brook 14-4121.- k 2 ,
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1 troc stove, kowsp 19,4th St,, itr.. Blond, 5 weeks old. Call Al. , ,, , Pt
it tij.,- day 9:00 to 5:00. lia-Ft record la en Ext. speak- 14 MY. tit motor,
Dream Nous W ter) He
- FOR -SALE 1957 fully auto.. I a ea a Pa FOR 'SALE --Three bedrooms
FOR SALE L Uprieht piano, matic RCA whirlpool (Supreme.- is the answer to tour housing ..w thaw pawl'. priLr. lig ,,.."
' Balboa 1772. ,' : -.', onto. ", 2 bad t00 apartment ., 1 boa 2-4174 mornings only.-

all porcelain ) war rum living commit and On.. -0-00 1
wiener mt. groan, 7 'wean, tle.',. Imperial) model
, 1 with dining-living ronm, manta FOR SALE 1957 Timm Sa
0 0 . 4 I in0mant. A hnoLA6 In 6o L., I gags wit ala --.111111'-

AM, MAIM Mok.M
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is r c oa es offices in to"0 top road in to Pueblo, turn
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: R ' FOR, SALE -,- 1951 Chevrolet 4 Johnson shot only a five-over
k Beach, Calif., Rochester, ,INT. .y., 2 bill, first street wkh '''' houses.
. up
' ' l'' OOMS )' FOR RENT - Cool, modern and par 77 in the playoff but 'the '-' INVESTMENT
Now setting shams le Donrop and Trenton, isl J., int was An- ''' Turn left, 5th house on ieft.
6 st dard stati n W81011 9 pass
',' , ik ., attractive' ONO bedroom -, ajar,. an a ; lackluster performance was e erecent.
recent. erecent. engine overhaul, III ps , ,
du, nough to beat, Palmer's 78 for mollifies of. Panama Inc. Den- nounced today, '', i' Price $9,600. z
' , mint on 2nd floor of new 'Alen, no oil, no American,
of.. the title. Johnson and the for- :' me manufactures a compile.
' FOR RENT, -- One room fur.- loultdint. ,"Forfslifill" 4111 68 ty paid. Call 3-4963 during'
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t ' milked, elm to Anson Post' Of, '''. Strack,, II ,Chnpreii. Het water, i fice hours. ,, , mer Wake Forest College star ',. tine of ladies and men's uni- ,
from Latrobe, Pa., had tied with forms, slacks, sport shirts, etc 11111".""amsr"117", '''. 4'111h4,1ernaanrallranirialrlanainallalf
.-,4 hk 1,,, ,!,, ,II ,mt ,. 4 t,' ',N, se, C ,t ''
I "' 'flee. Tel. 3-7E44, 2-5174. Isundri 'twilitet, Wage' elt 'v.i'4',V, ,., 414 1 ',"".":11.'5 ss,. ''' :A' : '
it - ,.Tet; 1-6634.1,' !I' FOR SALI -. 1952 Ford Cus- 282, at the end of the regulation This company is growing, ,' wo ,..,,.. .. ; ',. ,.,..i--, 0,1 , ,.. .,'

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' 'fice.s"Tel. 3-7344, 2-5174," laundry garage, ors. LI. PALL ALIAU ItAVU W 1.41 Terms, locos, 'parr awry., erfc
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FOR SALE 1952 Illor4 ,- 282-at the end of the regulation ThIS rompsor is rowing, ws !:P : :
terrine' V-1 Tudor ledon, low 72 h, lee which WOUnd UP MOrt- nerd money for new equipment ;,
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FOR RENT, C, emplately Jut Jutoished
oished Jutoished twebealeem apartment, mileege, recently painted end day. ,, and riuantityfiur.ch.almktorost .:.' "-
uplmisteMit, Cell Ube' 1511 "The 'victorY was wortn ;2000 today. Lsolirmird tor )1uu,guir
'- ., room, ,garago, foot motif. for, Johnson while Palmer. re- ,', dollars, 630,000 etmmcm Nock,'
il,nneknoti ht n
-rob, ,camtv Moir& FOR SALE 1956 Inglisk ceived $1500.
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. ,. ', ." man in- that fro
, 1, Dark (Tiger). Hill
, ., :. ,fcaptain of the I
! ' lirst and only ric,
' 1 great Jeanvcame
i In 'the- final,A0
- . Hose Bowl lame
- , ., .- (ern ,Calitornia ,a,
!. i ,his tremendous
1 ,... .' '. Ison'; "Hillwe,s ru
, .i ,, ited ; Press 'refill 'refill',
', 'refill', !. ',- earn,;, nosed -off
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, .: -. April 1 became i
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ithan:',,11,000 ,workers 'at ,the Ana Ana,
, Ana, ',',tonda company' Chuquicamata
, !copper mine went on strike to to!day
!day to!day in demaneof a 40 per cent
:wage increase;,The 'company' has
!offered a: 2C" per, cent raise.

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of : G i 1 b e r t,' Green 'and HenrY tl b f h departed in a ,USAF:C-64 tr ansport Tor Puerto, Rico..Left to righ
WILBER'M. BRUCKER, 'Secretary of the' ArmY, is shoWn at Albr00 Air FOrce Base yesterd,..
shor y e ore e
,..
-.',,-'"':'''''''''''' '''''. time dufy as chief of the- Com-,-
rik
, , "-, : 4.: ., ',...e,'4,x...,.. ..:.,....
7.:',-,...,::,,,.,.0,.... ,.... , murdst party... .. , i Winston,' 'two top communists who
, ..-; ,.::i.4,,,A,'s,,i... J -'-' -jumped bail in 1951 ;when called bean Air Command:: Brileiret; Mrs. Brucker,. .
U S Ambassador -to Panama Julian IC Harrine ,,,.
Gerr,',' Truman 11,, Landon, commander-in-chief, Caribbean. 'Command,' and ',commander Ca j ,,,
'
. .- .. ...,:,..5.,:f4, ::;,. to start' serving their' five ,,,,,year tor Gov- William E Potter;-, and Mal. Gen; : T homas 1.,.. -, Harro ,,
ld commanding general, '. ,3
'
. ,,,14:timiwyk, , ,
''''''::-"',x:i,, -:':1,','Service Personnel,- .. There Wa 3 some :, belief here
' ,.. that Khrushchev might relinquish .:
' .41'4
, '.. : ' ',5::,'::::::',4,..,,' ...:'
cons irac sentences. Ther,. will 'Ay '' vs. caribbean. Brcker, accompanied by the Assistant secretary of the Army Hugh M..1 1 ,
(;:44f,laiQ',5,riV.,, ,' Governmenv: Employees the premiership after, an.' East- --
:ii':wii;4Wiii:I.:ii'0:.. An enema -aa donne. that NEVI PhaveY::to serve 7 three '' more
, .i -.',,M,'' .,i;,it,,.:0:;;;,,,w;,4A,A,,..t:,4:, West summit: conference...As ,pre- nvi)ewars -for conte t ''''': '': ' 11 ht of 19 airmen and tile 776th -Air Force, Band -: 17
'': ,,...,...,,,,;.-7,,,,,,,...-.,--.4,, et USED Car Or Borrow es your mP ,, :','-' -' Canal Zone 'last. Saturday- An honor' 1 g
ionm-11, Mri.,-, B. rueker,' Mrs..:Milton,- John Milton,' and : Adniinistrative personirel atrived in, ,-
: : 1::::....: ,,:,'' .,,,.,,.:,;',--,'f','"'''' -;,i'c. ,,,,,,m,. 1,-;;",.!?,;,,,.y-v::::,,o,.:$.,:;'..-.;:.: .easeeke eat through I mier,'-.Khilishchey, would sit with A
The court also ruled"5' to' ,4 that Albr k rti ipated in a
. '." ..,. .ik-,::.-,....,,. '' ., ..,....,...,,:::....,,,,'',:,,-wAao'.',,,,,:',:iim,;:ii.iaX',Amv ,-,' '. :. -. the heads of : tovernment-- of the plane-side ceremony shortly before the Secretary departed.',.'Bri ,;
...'.z.,.,..,,;,.4i.A,..,.u,,,,,:,;i4::;.,Atsi,,.:4,,,.i.,:i,:,m.,:v-::;K;i4.).&:Aft;:.,q,;,:,,-.: '!' '' '''-'':'AgencY - : United States,. rita Stefana , Brown Detroit, ',, waived
4 ' ... .7 ..1 .':''.,:A''.::.'5,:: 4,-:'.:;,..X, '' .';',:':.:1,.''.1.:':.7',.,k-'',.?,,,,a:.g,:::'1(,::;3:4:':,4,,,,Xi:...si,a..:,..::i:i:f,:',::,:?.'f;1.:.,.',,,1 ; .. in and France her ht t 'I k th '' Fifth .' ,-' ...' P .!., ,. .., i,..., .'; ; ,, .'i. P.,.. ; ., -.,:,:. :, ., :: .:, ,':' (Official, USAFT ', -: .,
- -,,,,,,,,,,d,m,.,":;0?-..i.'tzs.' ',,..2,'.'z.,.,:;,i,o'.i-4i,,:i.,:,,,A,i,,:.A.0:A,, ;:::,',:,,x::4.,:i4,::,,..,.,:,.,w...,..:,:,:::4A;x,, . tow ntut temr rig sv nvo e:, e .. ..
Chia 1)aartYc will .spend three days, in Puert0, Rico before return,ing toiWashington.- .,' '.,:,' ;,
,. ,-....,...,,,,,,,,,,-... ..,..:,,:,..,,,,, .,,,,,.....,,,,,,.,,.....,,,, ,,,,..,,,,,..3,,w5v.p.,,.,,,,,...,!,,,,,,,,..,,.,,,,..,.,.. R. if a Big Four. summit conference A
"' ...,,,,,,k.,,,,,,,.:v,:,,,,,.,,,,.,A,,,,, ,,,,,,...,..f,,,,,,,I,........4s..K..,. ,,,,,...,4,,,A,...,,,,,,..0.,,,,,,,,,,,A,n,,,.,,. , piton?' uLtil...ziluL, .,, mendment on cross '..., :.examina., ,
, , .... : i. ,,;....:;f.,?f,,4i.,-,-,',i,,,,J.,',,,...,,v-44.,.,,, A,',,;:,A,,A.,A,,t,;;,4,-,.,,,..:x:,.,,,,;.:A..i,.a.,;ii,,,;,,,..,,':if,,,,,:...,:ii,,wx.:N.:,,,,':,,;,;,,A,.,,,,'', '-'' : ,, nag -,-,. ; were held., Former Preinier Niko- .. ,..., .., ...., ..
' A ..,.,,,,,:,...i......,.m,-,,?,,,,,,:;ii,.,.,A,. i..4,i,i,.,,,,,-4,-,,i,,::..n.....,':5.,",,,,,..::,,,;..:a-,i'...,.,,,,i7,,,,....,:,4;?,,,i.,?,,,:.1,,,,.,,,.,,,:... , repteson , ,,
lai A; Bufganin, Who was named ; ,i .
don. when she ttook' the witness '', !;.'. ;.,', -'; !-''' 'A '1. .. ,,-':' ..,. '!, s',. '7A ;.,, -- SHIP PASSENGER DIES ;,,., 1
i ., .. .':...,.:.A.,AmiswiKi.,',1:i,,.,-,',:. .-:'',.;',:.:-A.,,..p.Pi.in.,3f;i0,,i,f,,Witi:.&.i:'.,.?.i'A-,M.aiww.m. GoVERNmENT., EMPLOYEES stand; ," in... herr.: own behalf ', and t . &
f ,,. .. -, Alexander .''''Le' , ,,- 4,,,,,
, ... '..,,,,A.,,,,...,.!,ygi,g..,,',3i,',$;,,..,,,,. 'f4;;;44,,,,s14'...F;:,'.41.a,,r.i:,,',' ;,.,,i.giii,;;iii.....ii:',.,;,x, ,.. ,, ,. ,,, FiNANcE co. ,,,,,...,.,1 director -of the State Bank,. ax L
, , ,,,,,. ,. ,,,,,,,:.,-,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,:,,,,,, .:,,,,,,,,,p,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,.., ,,1:,,,,,,,:,,,,,,,,,,,,,:,,,,,,. .,,,,,,. ,-, , w,-- testified ..;.'on direct' examination. r ,,,
,, ., -,,,,..,,I,:::4:,..,,,,,e04,,,,,,,x... ,i..)::,,,;-:Ai,,,,y,,,,,,,,,iikA:,,,,,se,,,, i.,..:::::,i::,.,5.1:iKi,moi,1,, .,i:,,- ,. Do. aS AUTOMOSILS SOW,. -- 1, the : official ''. head of 'the, Soviet mr Brown was found in coo .. . .. .... ;... .,.. .. -;. .... ,, , .', ;. PLYMOUTH, England -t
$',,.k,i,,,:,ii,,,..:,,:,:,',..,,,..,-;:, -;-',-,',A.;,,.7.;:';,,i,,,,,,:!,"w44-:,.'An.,- f.....4mi:.,,',;m4,:fiN gi'.. ... ,, p, city ,. delegation ,' at ,, the 1955 '' summit ea s Of Semitiship Avert, Disaster
,, .. ..:.,,,.,,,,,,,:..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,g, ,,,,Alko,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
Vino 57 ,,, c
' ',- --... :::W4:.:Mi'i:MOiVef.... ... ......,.. ..... '''"Mi..t.d".8.4" N..i ;..:: .:. Pim". 4-494-4:49" s. .! meeting in Giiievai:- f:-;-: -:', ,-f ,,,-; -- temp. t.'" for'''''iefusing te ''':" gnawer A L';',.i'"'i '''. i:'..:,' ; .:.' :' ; :,,
: .: :
A York, collapsed ; and died, ,, i-',
,
. the' French, liner Liberte -'
ij. , '' ".., '.',.. '..1. AUit,WV4.0";'Y:ii !,',:6,4:,':;,: 14:,mi':::,':,:,:L....,:,.,,,,:,,:ii-ii,:.- ''' questions' about communist affilia- Fr
, :!,.!!!:!,,,:f,..Kij!,..,:i.:::!!:V5:!?,;k.,!i!-.: ;:4,!';!1 ,;'. ,,.!ffa::?;;:t.S'iN!i!:!!: ', KOZIOV'S position. as right7hafid tins in denaturalization:proceed.'
3' il 6 g Ship BurnOf .; frica
onv Ian .
,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..t...., J.,,..... ,... man to Khrushchey was empha- .-' '- '' '' ; ;mouth harbor today as-7h
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'A' sized in the Soviet press Tuesday ', - -',. ' --,- .. .:. ,
: ; ';' ':'.:' :ZMINIi44,Z::,, The Court also refuseg to re- ... -, ....,,,..., ', '., , --.----'. s ... ...-
, ---------- :,,:,,,!-:A.molii'.i,):..; ::.:'',!,, 4:.:::.U.i'ii;:.,,!,..:iiiii2:', ,'''',',7; : ::..; L.... !"::7:: All. newspapers printed Kozlov's r '' .. r r r '' if Ev lyn for a vacatix
or .,.. .-,... 4.., ,. ,.. . : , ..7 .. w e, e
1 :. ::.:-::i,:ii,-,iii:z:,,,::$:.;,:,,:::;-:, :-:: view the appeals of tw ,.1 mer .. .. 'L.,
''. icture immediately,' after that 'of ."- ADEN, t
P t t rate The blaze .apparently. started in ,,, The- body was, taken. to ti
British ro ee o
, ,, ,., ,.:,.,.,,,,,:m,,,,o,..:2-,, mii?.i.:.: ?:,.g'es:;:.,!'ii;; -''. X
....: -:' - ---
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hrushchey.' Third place.; went to Truman, adm
- imstrationA officials .:
ated 1,200 men, thei engine room and spread to the Morgue'. pending': an inquest, I
-...'''' '' '' ' ''' ' from ; their convictions 'f,' for con, (UP )--An: estim
' ' Anastas '1 "'. Mikoyan the :-. only
' ' ''''' ''' '''' ''''. ''''''''''. ''''''''''''''-' ' ;'''-''":''','-'' :-.,' 4.''':,'' A"; ''-'''',..-i,. '''', ''! F'.',,' ,, ;-!'',-'1; ''. ''''";:;'' l'...-. April 11 to 10, ',1958 :: ., . ammo
it fa fir a t2IF onto ThAu, Wffillikr 1 ,, Aft-
A ''' children. .. rescued fuel oil
', bunkers; ,,The flames th,. .tA at tc,th ,, ,:,.

THE SI
1 lenee
1 sented
officer I
, George
4 e", eeremot
4 berthed
; the pia'
ship is
throng),
,made
: United
' Wales c

THE SERVICE FORCE, 11.8. Atlantic Fleet Award for excel..
lence in Intratype Competitive Training (Group 7) is pre presented
sented presented to (.1.0.) R. R. Robertson Jr., (right) commanding
officer of the Navy patrol craft, MS Jasper, by Rear Adm.
George Wales. commandant, 'Fifteenth. Naval District. The
ceremonies were held aboard the Jaiper, which is presently
berthed at the Rodman Naval Station piers. In presenting
the plaque to the Men of the Jasper, Wales stated that "s,
ship Is only as good. as its crew." He went on to say that
through the efforts and teamwork' of the Jasper's crew, theY
,made "a edefinite contribution to- the effectiveness of the
United States Navy". Following the presentation ceremonies,
Wales conducted personnel and material inspection aboard
the ship., (Official U.S. Navy Photograph) ,,

4 Hotel HOLLANDJ HOUSE'
,
1 : A 5 mins. Irma the heart tod
. Son Jos, Costa Rica
Completely modern eenvedeneee Sakai and Bungalows,.
4 : ail with private bath. Het and told water..
, Prices: $6 and $6 da y,'with meals.
1, cogelipothaa kitchen Norse riding. r

old: HOLLAND

5 mins. tron th't ige; of
:Son Jos, Cost; Rica:,

,
Completely modern renvedenees gultai and Bungalows,
all with private bath. Hot and told water..-
Prices: $6 and $6 deify,' with 'meals.
- Cosmopolitan kitchen Norse riding. r
For reservations P.O. Box 4459
, itanagset Bill and Elector Jaspers

Prices: $6 and $6 a y, with matt a.
1, Cosmopolitan kitchen Norse riding. r
4 ' For reservations P. O. Eon 44S1)

13 FOR SALE
TELEPHONE 2-0743'

Apartments'
-
ATTENTION. O. LI hit twit
edam limisked agathmente, I, ,,
1 loadtooms. bet mei.
F.- Phone Panama 11-4941. ,
FOR RENT -4- Seaman( modern
furnished three badmen' apart
mint. hot water, Reasonable
price. Ave. Fero 17-10.
FOR ,RENT Nish le Cot Cot.
. Cot. relit' 2 bed tom apartment
with dining-living "mom, maid'e
Nem, terse kitchen,f seediest
vise,. An sentesett, water hest hestsr
sr hestsr play ground and garage. :
1 3-7453: ,'
FOR RENT $50.00 furnish.
'apartment, two furnished at
partosents'ESS.00. Amid North
' American 'neighbors'. Ter: 3-
0471 deposit for rosorse.' 2
FOR' RENT .'Apartmostt lo
, 11 Ca NINO. furnished cosi cosi'
' cosi' plotaly. two bodrooms. living. ",
dining room. balcony. kitchen, 4.
ortaid's MOM with sorvicsa. and
c garagii, strut 41berto Navarro,
No. 411 Apse. 6.,.Tal. 2-2133.
POR RENT Modern spacious
turniqhs4 two 'reboots aparh,
moat: Good vosirlontial am.
'Ave. Pori 37-10.4
EoR RENT 4 Furnished Aots.
one and tw 11R, $65.00
$0.00. di. levet, yard. them
1-2530 Ay. dead do Fairrega
FOR RENT -1 Cool, modern and
.attractlei ono bedroom siert.
mint on 2nd floor of new
bultding. -"Portofino" i on 68
Shoot,- tangroli. Not water,
laundry latilitroo, garage, etc.
3-6634.1, li
FOR RENT, '.-. C8100014 Jot Jot-
- Jot- oisho4 tot6-16odigiom sparrowsr,
' room, garage, hot water.
Sella Visto Campo Moire.
Phone 34024.
FOR RENT, Furnished. as
',,loadroova modern, allaramana, Ea Ea.
. Ea. -aala.11611 Via Se lisaria Form.
,--
FOR RENT liaturaishid sad
7 modem apadmoat,' lith o
, roma.' ..14favre an EspaRa.:'
34655.1.,' t":
.
Today. NY-Outlaws
,...: .... ,--, ,i, -,s
Pnyate Mousing -,:
istrimtna low, :- .,
1: NEW iNORK IMP) --IA contro controversial
versial controversial ., city,, bill outlawing racial
and religious t discrimination ill
private rental,' housing. goes, into
effect today. ',', ,L i , ,-., .p
The meastire, ,, the ', first 'f of its
kind adopted by any city in the
nation,' will 'forbid ,,, discrimination
based on race, creed or national
origin in 'private 'multiple dwell dwellings
ings dwellings housing three .or more fam families.:
ilies.: families.: ,.., ''- ,, -e
-, Known as 'the Sharkey-BrownIsaacs
Bill, ',. the bill' does ,not ap apply
ply apply to two-family ;,homes unless
they art' in developments 'of, ten
or more lomes, ',, ,,, k ,'
- Passage of the bill ,was bitterly
fought .by real 'estate ,representa.
1
' tives and, property owners from
the, moment it was introduced in
the city council nearly a year
ago. .4.. ': 1 : ", ' !, ','r ,'
,t

' 40 ft, wooden' bull, with 4 coati
II view.' All -at- reseed, water heat- t spring 4 mattress, refrigerator' 7 w--psh-7p-4-;411-e-p-s-- -7 rtim-es, spin three bedrooms cha A
, sr play ground and garage. 1101tSALE 1951 Henry J, 2 West., washing machine d h ff All ti I
ries. s etc o autonta c
of, fiberglass. Completely fur- let. Street 50 Paitilla.1 Price
r Alin L.anitai wanti
- - norms.

apal r. faired Dave 8 portent divi- S.. I
I Fhenc.IT5024. Ford Zephyr Genvertiole, zE.1,,sn DoFict Iva np.lea i

t. names anuoie-oogien one nu lone rain- thuid annually -, Dividends paid i
.. FOR RENT, Furnikhed, :nue l 21.'1471;P:6, land windswept,Cape Fear Coun
"' - au,wmply, '', 3 COMMON :::::::: P!. : :;,,.:::,,,:,:, : , k

.!.11141100m .'modor"' fa' trp, Club course. But 'Johnsonl'. h,.. ,,,h 2 ,,,,v 1 k
Lni wasi rasa- 1 61 Via Salisaria Perris.. 11 had, two birdipa to one for Pal- I - I : : : 44:,4;g:u; - 1 1
L. t,. ,

, .':,,, : 66. ''' behind Palmer, tatter the- lirst
Today:.NY,.Outlaws ,,.. tie holes but '-he -4'kept ,ehirg-
, ,, lug, ,the, !.
- :
,

Ma mulct Bill and Elmo' Jas a 10-shilling' bet On horst that all-Negro and the third inte fiat on another Man'a Car. What traveling under the. auspices of about ,411' hours in the stemningt men aboard.- The skyways al
,
won,aL100..to nether that grated. caused the flat? The keyi Me- the Intergovernmental Committee coastal city before plane or ship plane was Carrying nO
ea nia it 2S In 1 The boardSalt the' M'aetical ef- torInropean Migration (ICEM). accommodations were found to sengers.'
,

LIAVII PODS AD WITS 02 OP OCR AGENTS 011 OCR OPIPICIIS AP 13-31 PITRITT, PANAMA LIIIIITIOA PRECIADO-1 Street' We. n AGENCIAS
INTERNAL DR PURLICACIONEShe 1 Lottery Piave
134.111)0Ne It "11" Street AIORRISON-4th et July Arc A J St. LEWIS SERVICEAvs. Tivoli We. 4 PARMACIA ESTADOS LIMBOS-1M) Central Ave
CASA SALDOCentrel Ave. 45 LOURDES PRARMACI-182 La Carretquille PARMACIA LOM LOMPARMACIA
PARMACIA LOMPARMACIA LIIII-114 Centre) Avenue ROUSEROLD de le Osne Ave. Ne. It FOTO DOMTJusteAreeemona Ave. end 33St PARMACIA
VAN-DER4111-4111 Street Ke. II PARMACIA ILL SATURROPureve Warne I Street FARMACLI1 'SAS"-V111 Ferrel SOVEDADES AIMS "" Slid"
tbe seats stew Illeetes COLONt Central Avenue 12.16S TeL 433 '

- Automobi es --,
FOR SALI 1951 Studebaker
commander leer-door sedan, ea eaalio
alio eaalio and beater, two tone green.
car In excellent condition, must
seen to appreciate. Call Sal--
1 boa 2-4174 mornings only..
FOR SALE-. 1957 'Damn Sa
dui; Call Fort Kobbo2104.
FOR SALE 1951 Homy J, 2
-door: tiros, battory upholo upholo'
' upholo' tory good. kavinl Isthmus.
5225.00 cash. Phone 2-3004t
, House 0530-A Anson, after
FOR' SALE -- 1956 Chevrolet
Rol Air. V-8. 4 door hardtop, 2
term. power 'Ric radio, new
white wall tires, portost tondi':
, $1800.00. ,T411, Balboa
''211114, evenings.
FOR sm.! Morrie Mi.
nor, convertible. overhead "valve
engine very geed ,tirel, excel.
lent original paint end uphels.,
tery, engine and body in excel-,
,lent condition. Fhene Balboa 2.
3546. 1
FORSALE Century. Buick 4
doers, hardtop, 2 tones, radio,
etc. Only, 10,000' miles. C.a(1
5504 at anytime.
901( SALE 1951 Chevrolet 4
6 standard station wagon 9 pass,
recent. engine overhaul, 18 per
pollen, no oil, no American, de,.,
ty paid. Call 3-4968 during' el-
dice hours.
FOR SAL! 1952 Ford Cus CusV4
V4 CusV4 Tudor Sedan, low
recently painted end 4
upholstered. Call Balboa 1510.
--
FOR SALE 1956 Ing Nth
Ford Zephyr Convertible
tomatie top). Bloc Balboa
271 S.
Cameras
w "Leto's' it..7
, (Across Banco Nacional)
rANAMA COLON (
I'I'lfImiagill11.11111!111P.Yr.:-..:IICANIIT9It";.:
-',,:::ELECIRPt.i1C:
:',.''F.L.ASHGL8.1 -';'
temperature of thi' sun
only $32.50
Irttertudional -Jewelry
- 155 Central Atte.
Mall order phone 24311
LIFE INSURANCE
' tall
, JiM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.,
for rates and information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
::',,:',',:';Service.:Persoiinely'
'
Government Employees
An eligible to finance that NEVI
or USED Car or Barrer en your
prment ear through I
Agency
, DICK, DEHLINGER
' representing
GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES
' FINANCE CO.
No. 43 AUTOMOSILS IOW,
" Panama City. ,
. Phone 3-49844-4031
Om
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77EXCURSION
April 11 to 19;1958
fidanque Travel Service
L Tel.' 2-1661
100 PERSONS DROWN
RANGOON, Burma 021Offi 021Officials
cials 021Officials said today more ttan 1.00
persons drowned when a river
launch capsized and, sank in the
Irrawaddy Delta area .yesterday.
The iloat Was carryft 144
sengers and crew when it cap capsized
sized capsized in a sudden gale. Thtrty Thtrtyfive
five Thtrtyfive persons were rescued.
Officials said today there
was little hope 'of finding any
more survivors.
FARMER WINS TOTE DOUBLIE
NOTTINGHAM; England (ITI
farmer won $5,607.30 on -a
51.40 bet in the tote double at
Nottingham race track today. kr,
The farmer, who ,htuTied away
without leaving his natte, coupled
a 10-shilling' bet on a horst that
won,al-100..totwitken0the Ott
came hs at 2.5 to

, ; Aim& Et or YoU 'can Ple096 TO PUT 115 I g : 3rIffg, i

:,:,
2, incr cuau baloy wage gait; Imlay as yogi wish..,;' Sitar,
155,.;,5-: ;I'''. :
5,, ;
nce.,
sponse
value $10.00 acch ::5555.5,:555:5::5.: ..
.5. : :- :
.?!:::'gr.'5.,f,iMiia,,:-iai, 2.'5, :
,
' The'. former ,'Insurinee sales sales,
, sales, rpm co 5.
:ir
d man t f Panama,' Inc, t:555.,5
who turned prn golferi on- ,,,, i 1 t, ilia Argentina, El
c s ve .", ,
lv twoyears agwas two strokes In.)

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today, '.' for Budapest to. ,.T,i a r. decisions ,,..' banded do.wn .: by.; he k:..?:,,.,m.i.,:.,;,,!:.:iij,N.,.m4,:: :
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,, ,, ticipate '." in celebrations comem, Supreme Court ,: Monaay. ,,- ..: ..i.:4:),.:i'iwi.,'.W:a
orating the liberation of Hungary ." The court Struck down, as uncon !:',.:-4:..a:ii::,,,i,,i;..,mm... ;;,'.......',::,,';':?-?;ig--'-',;:s"." ,A:min:il:,,.;,ii...ii:iiiii,.,..:',,,t.,ii-...z.: !::::::: ,-:::,:,:::,..c., J, 'y4 ''.
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a 'of, ten On.), pLaJO ,', "r first time he will he leader .. in .aPPe.al. in
lenguig a provision of the Ile- .:::...::.:,,:::A;R::-:::::;:i;:',M::,:
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presenta4 : triterrugloitat Jewelry ci
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duced in Mall order phone 2723111 ,' five members -6f the governmint,
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FOR SALE Bedroom set, elm elm:
: elm: trie stove, house 19,4th
Golf Heights, Gerhardt Satyr.
day E:00 to 5:00. '
k FOR MIA Upripht piano,
wkher sot. green. 7 piece. MM.-,
lywood double bed and innee,1
s spring 4 mattress. rstrigarster'
West., washing mathina
misc. household itams. Jai
Balboa 1243.
, .,
TOSJINO.:1011.0eT1:-.i
.10,1ii0o0e4Fitst.
601,,Yllihilitirtf':
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,W1LmiNcrroN, 21
(UP)--"Positive thinker" Howie'
Johnson of Glenwoodie, M., has
his first major prefessional golf
victory but it came a little soon sooner
er sooner than he expected.
, Johnson beat defending cham champion
pion champion Arnold Palmer by,, one
stroke Monday in an' 18-hole
playoff for top." money in." the
lOth annual Azalea Open golf
tournament.
Johnson shot only a five-oVerpar
77 in the' playoff bid ,,the'
lackluster.: performance was'," e-1
nough to beat, Palmers',78 for
the title.' Johnson and the for former,
mer, former, Wake Forest College star
front Latrobe, Pa., had tied with
282, at the end of the regulation
72 boles which wound up Mon MondaY.'
daY.' MondaY.' , ,''
',-, The NictOry" Was worth '82000
for Johnson while Palmer re received
ceived received WOO.' ,
,-Each bogied five holes and
1
doubleLbogied 'one on the-rainand-windswept,Cape
Pear Coun Countrp,
trp, Countrp, Club course. But 'Johnson
had, two birdies to' one for Pal Palmer
mer Palmer --and that was the sliffer sliffer-
- sliffer- The- fonner insurance sales salesman
man salesman who turned pro golfer, on on13r.
13r. on13r. two years ago, was two strokes
behind Palmer after the- first
two holes but Ate -"kept charg charging,
ing, charging, to win the,
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MOSCOW (UP)--Soviet Piemier
Nikita S. Khrushchev, will leave
today for Budapest to p a r rticipate
ticipate rticipate in celebrations comem comemorating
orating comemorating the liberation of Hungary
lby the, Red Army in 1945, it was
announced.
'It will be Khrushchev's 'first trip
abroad since le was named, pre premier
mier premier last week and marks ,the
first time he will be leader. in
name as will as in fact of an offi official
cial official Soviet delegation..
The announcement said Khrush Khrushchev
chev Khrushchev would be accompanied by
five members -of the government,
including newly-named First Dep Dep'uty
'uty Dep'uty Premier Frol R. Koziol,. ', 4
Western observers attached par particular
ticular particular significance to the inclu!
eon in the delegation of Koziol),
the 50-year-old veteran Leningrad
Communist. These observers Vere
touting Kozloy as the heir-apparent
to Khruslchev in the event
Khrushchev decided .to give up
the premiership to s'eturn full fulltime
time fulltime dufy as chief of the Com Communist
munist Communist party.
, There was some belief here
that Khrushchev might relinquish
the premiership after an ,East ,EastWest
West ,EastWest summit conference...As ,pre ,premier,,Khilishchev
mier,,Khilishchev ,premier,,Khilishchev would sit with
the heads of government- of the
United States, Britain and France
if a Big Four summit conference
were held. Former Premier Niko Nikolai
lai Nikolai A. Bufganin, who was named
director -of the State Bank, .swas
the offkial head of 'the Soviet
delegation at the 1955 summit
meeting in Geneva;
Kozlov's position as right-hand
man to Khrushchev was empha emphasized
sized emphasized in the Soviet press Tuesday.
All newspapers printed Kozlov's
picture immediately after that of
Shrushchev. Third place Avent to
Anastas 1. Mikoyan, the only
other first 'deputy premier.,
,
!lash' lie Scholi-'
Ofter 'Stage' Plan'
I 1
For Inlegrahon
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (UP)--The
city school board has' adopted a
school integration plan that would
take 11 years to complete, and
School Supt. W. H. Oliver says "it
is the, only one that will work in
,
The plan received 'final approv approval
al approval today. It calls for desegrega desegregation
tion desegregation grade-by-grade until all have
been integrated. Since first grades
were integrated last fall, the final
step would be taken in 1968.
The plan it to be submitted
April 7 to federal Judge William
Miller. Earlier he rejected the
school board's suggestion that a
three-part school system be set
upone part all-white, another
all-Negro and the third inte integrated.
grated. integrated.
The boardlaid' thy practical cf.

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Miscellaneous
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FOR SALI 51: model V--M
record plasm Ext. speak speakfr.
fr. speakfr. Blond. 5 weeks old. Al.-
brook 86-4121.-
fOR -SALE 1957 fully auto.
, matic RCA whirlpool (Supreme-.
Imperial) model all porcelain
used only 1 months.
Washes, rinses 7 times, Pin,
, dries, shuts off. All automatic'
permanent, temporary connec connections
tions connections with machine., Will install..
ideal kitchen appliance. Set at
1411111 Pint Street, Cosolf. Will:-
guarantee.
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OFFES VEHICLE PARTS FOR SALE
Sealed bids, t for opening in t
public, will be received until 2:
30 p.m., ApHI 11, ISIS, in lha
office of Superintandont. Store StoreJorman
Jorman StoreJorman Branch,- Balboa. for vehl,4
,cle parts, Diamond T. White,' 4
and Ford. Invitation No, S-S8,
401 may be obtained from of-.
fice of Superintendent, ',, Store Store,
, Store, house Branch, Balboa, tele.
phonsp 2-1086.4'
:FOR SALE Airplane Aeronca
champion,' excellent condition,
liss than 300 hours,1 new 85
Continental engine. Phone
4241 (Balboa. L
. INVESTMENT
Now selring shares in Donree
Enterprises of. Panama Inc. Don Donyr
yr Donyr manufactures a complete
line of ladies and men's uni-
forms:slacks, sport shirts, etc.
This company is growing, ,' we
" need money for new equipment
, and quantity purchasing. Invest
today. Capita lird for $100,000
dollars. $80,000 commcm stock,'
$20,000 preferred stock, Prim
ferred pays 8 percent divi;druid-
annually. ,Dividends paid
'quarterly. Selling 3 common
shares with 2 preferred shares
, or you tan pledge to buy as
, many as you wish., Share par
, value $10.00 each.. Daiwa En Entennis
tennis Entennis of Panama, Inc,
cie lateves, Via Argentina, Er
Cangreio, 'Apt.' ;4062, Panama,
It. de P. Phone 3-1371.
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D2i,isliiiitiiht(f
By Suireme (burl
WASHINGTON, (UP) New
decisions on citizenship and con contempt
tempt contempt of court highlighted the
decisions handed down by the
Supreme Court Monday. !,
, The court Struck down as uncon
stitutional an act of Congress re revokin$
vokin$ revokin$ the' U.S., citizenship of an
American serviceman, convicted
of desertion in wartime. 1
' Albert L.- Trim, 33, filed the
appeal In the desertion case, chal challenging
lenging challenging a- provision- of the Na Nationality
tionality Nationality Act of 1940. Trop was
convicted of desertien by an
Army cOurt-martial In Casablanca
in 1844. When he sought a pass passport
port passport in-1952,. he was informed
that his conviction stripped him
of his citizenship; He sued to get
it back. :
-It was' estimated the ruling
would restore the citizenship of
at least 7,000 servicemen con convicted
victed convicted of desertiok by- courts courtsmartial.
martial. courtsmartial.
e In the iintempt,' ruling, the
court upheld, 5-4 the convictions
of Gilbert Green and Henry
Winston,' two top communists who
jumped bail in 1951 when called
to start- serving their five 'year
conspiracy sentences. They will
now have to serve three more
years for contempt."' ,
The court also ruled 5 to 4 that
Stefano Brown, Detroit, waived
her right to invoke the Fifth
Amendment on cross examina.
tion when she look the witness
stand in her own behalf and
testified on direct examination.
Mrs. Brown was found in con contempt
tempt contempt for refusing to answer
questions about communist affilia affiliations
tions affiliations in denaturalization proceed proceedings.
ings. proceedings.
,The Court' also' refused to re review
view review the, appeals ,of twO former
Truman administration officials
from their convictions for C016
spiring to fix a lax case. They
were former White House aide
Matthew J. Connelly and former
Asst. Atty. Gen. T. Lamar Caudle.
feet of its new plan would' be to
allow this year's Negro first grad
ers to be the first integrated stu students
dents students in each class as.they move
on through school.'
, Integration of the 'first grades
in 1957 wait not accomplished
quietly. integrationist' crusader
John Kasper led riotings and
demonstrations that lasted almost
a week 'when school opened. atid
were climaxed by the dynamiting
of Hattie Cotton school, one ,of
those integrated. '-
Authorities cracktd down, how however,
ever, however, jailed Kasper and other op opposition
position opposition leaders and restored or order.
der. order. l'here has been ,no trouble
since.'
-'''' 'A LOST KEY
'DOVER; Tenn. (UP) -- R a y
McCracken couldnt find his car
key so hi walked to .a garage to
have one made. He had to wait;
ithe mechanic ,was busy fixing a
fiat on another man's car. What
caused the flat? The keyi McCrackes-losts-.....;''
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OVIIMMIN.MONIMIMMONIMMMEM8S.

Boats Motor's
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4 FOR SALE 14' boot, trailer,
12 M.P. Site motor, all equiP'
moot $300.. 112-4277 Ar SS
,
1
(Dream House en Water) Here
is the answer to your housing
for real living comfort and
loyment. A houseboat 20 ft. by by'
' by' 40 ft, wooden' bull, with 4 coats
' of, fiberglass. Completely fur fur,
, fur, Risked, tile bath, foam rubber
beds, falousy windowi. venetian
' biinds, drapes, etc. ,Air-candi'
tioned with reverse-, cycle for
' heat,. acouitical tile ceiling, a
beautiful sun deck with 4 patio
tyro furniture,' umbrellas, etc.
Also clothes posher, brit, 6
, cubic ft.- refrigerator, formica
2 cabinet. Price $17,500. Terms
arranged. '47Houseboat presently
'44 is 'water at Miami Coach, Fla.
$4S a monthNwill tabe care of ,'
all utilities and, dockage' fees.
For further information write
Johnson, Box 1043, Cristobal or
write EGIZI, Antilla Hotel, Co Coral
ral Coral Gables, Fla. ' ,
NEW ADVERTISING OFFICES
ST. PAUL, Minn. (UP)--Brown
Bigelow, advertising specialties
Muse, has established ,three new
district sales offices in tn.!
Beach, Xalif., Rochester, ,N. .Y.,
and Trenton, y, int was ''an ''announced
nounced ''announced today,

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.
WILBER M. BRUCKER, Secretary of the AMY. is, shown at Albrook Air Force Base yesterdl
. shortiy before he' departed- .in a USAF:C-54 tr ansport Tor Puerto, Rico...--.-Left In- right. Mf
Gem. Truman 1.1. Landon, commander-in-chief,, Caribbean. 'Command, and...commander Caril.,
bean Air Command:' BrUCker; Mrs. Brucker's. U.S. Ambassador to Panama Julian K..Harrin.y
.ton',' GOV;: William E. Potter:. and Malo-.0en. Thomas Lo. Harroldcommanding general, ,3
Army, Caribbean; Brckers accompanied by the Assistant Secretary of the Army Hugh M. r!6,1
t
- ton II, Mrio, Bruckm Mrso Milton,.John Milton,- and Adniinistrative personnel atrived in
'Canal Zone-last- Saturday,-- An- honor' 'flight of 19 airmen and the 776th Air Force, Band 4,
Albrook participated in ,a plane-side ceremony shortly before the Secretary departed.' Bri
'f and'his party, will spend, three days,. in Puert0 Rico before returning otoi,Washington- ,--,-
.,, . , .. .. .., ., .. ,, ,,., ',. -- , ,. ,, .' (Official USAF 11'. ''

Feats Of Seamanship Avert Disaster
Aslionvegian Ship Burq Off Africa

',' ADEN.' British' Protectorate,
(1.1P).---An, estimated, 1,200 men,
women and children, rescued
from a burning ocean-liner, made
a second risky transfer from one
vessel- to another yesterday ,and
steamed toward this Arabian port.
Their ship lay burned to the
waterline in the Indian Ocean.
Unconfirmed radio reports said
all but one persons aboard the
blazing immigrant passenger ship
Skaudryn were rescued ,f r o m
death by fire or drOWIling an feats
of seamanship that averted a ma-1
jor maritime disaster, , 1
The 0.786-ton Skaudryn,? a con converted
verted converted NorwegialL freighter, re remained
mained remained afloat but lihrned out at
point 300 .miles Seutheast of So Socotra
cotra Socotra Island off the Africa Coast.
Eyewitness accounts were un unavailable
available unavailable due to lack of ship-shore
communications.
Carrying immigrant families to
Australia, the Skaudryn radioed
Monday night that it was afire
and ha danger of sinking. The
vessel had sailed from Bretter Bretterhaven,
haven, Bretterhaven, Germany, with immigrants
and had stopped at Malta to p,tk
up another group of 'Europeans
bound for Australia. All w e tre
traveling under the. auspices of
the Intergovernmental Committee
Jot...European Migration (ICEM).

TI-V3 CPACE 13 Fel CALE
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hiiscetioncous I
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A." DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. CI.
Matched Samsonite luggage, 4
pieces $50.00. Ilalboa,2-2884.
310tOrCyCle3 '
FOR SALE ,, Motorcycle, ISA,
' 500 CC,Twin, ntodel A7, year
J1952. Call Panama 3-5783
Real Estate
1
FOR 'SALE Three bedrooms
new chalet, Paha la. Pace $14.-
ON). Mortgage with Caia de
Ahorros. Thres bedrooms cha chalet.
let. chalet. Street 50 Paitilla.1 Price
$15,000. .4
Lot in Street 9, Paitilla at $7.00
per meter. Small house in Pue Pueblo
blo Pueblo Nuevo, Pricu $2,500. Lot
In Paulus Lefevre $3.50 per
, meter. k14",
Chalet ;o! San Francisco,' price
4 $12,500.t House Rio Abajo
poo, Lot in Rio tAbajo 43.00 cl
per meter.
, $50,000 for'Y 1011.' Agencies
Thomas, Ave. Central, 259 Ca.'
Tel. 3-I069t apartado
, FOR SALE Farms and houses
different sizes. Call 2763 Cu.
- rundu during working hours.
FOR SALE Twe bedroom coot coot,
, coot, crete chalet. ','' outside garage
, with concrete drive.; All fens fensed
ed fensed in. has, very good 'drain.
age system. located at club Xon
,,, left side of highway. The black
, top MAI 111 tO rump. tursom
2 hill, first street wkk houses.
Turn left. 5th house on ieft.
' Price $9,60CL
,
-The blaze apparently started in
theiengine room and spread to the
fuel oil bunkers. The flames
lighted the sea lot miles around.
The British owned freighter
City' of Sidney picked up the
emergency signals and raced to
the rescue.
The City of Sydne arrived iirst
and took aboard boatloads of
frightened immigrants and- ,the
Italian and German crewmen.
They had abandoned the burning
ship hours earlier.
There Avere no accommodations
for survivOrs aboard the heavily heavilyburdened
burdened heavilyburdened freighter. The captains
of the freighter and the Boma
decided on a transfer. !',
Once again, the survivors made
a risky trip from one ship 'to an another.
other. another. Then both vessels steamed
for Aden, the British protectorate
at the heel of the boot-shaped
, Arabian peninsula. They ,were
clue tomorrow. ;)
The ICEM cabled' $50,000 to pay
for emergency quarters and
transportation for the immigrants,
including 736 Germans. ICEM of officials
ficials officials were flying to Aden to
meet them. They sald'the
grants would have to wait', only
about ,411' hours in the steashing,
coastal city before plane or ship
accommodations were found to

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SERVICES
3-minuto car wash $1, afoam
cleaning of motor $5, waxing of
care $6. Auto-Baiio, Trans-Istks
mian Highway near Seart
TELEVISION SERVICE --- Free
Transportation. April Special.
Same day Service. CrawfordA. i
gencies Corp. Tivoli Ave., No.
18-20. Tel. 2-1905.
,1)
, Protect your home and proper propert
t propert ty against insect cf a ma g e
Prompt scientific treatment on
' emergency ..er monthly budget 41
basis. Telephone Pronto Service,
, Panaina 3-7977 or Colon 1777. 4
1117-1
OIL
Capital wanted, need $5,000.
' Business 'expansion Aril! 20
per annum; share our profit for
la loan. Good security. Apartado
, 4062 just Arsemena, Panto,
Pure FrustratIon
SCPICS Safecracker
$HREVEPORT, La: (1.1P)--Pur,
frustration has turned an uniden
tified safecracker from his life
crime. Orso he says. 1
After makirig rather a mess cg.
his attempt to enter a safe at tN
First Methodis Church here, thEt 1
thief seated himself at a tYPe)1
writer and wrote:
"I swear I 'Will never steal
again.- A.ter working for abou r
four hours I finally lighter.
match to see what was doingi,
saw the combination. Aod 111
with th tumbler off I can't A
God has taught tne a lesson I
The safe combination is priqi I
in plain view of the door. I;
t:AA
SHIp PASSENGER DIES
, PLYMOUTH, England (
Alexander 'Le' Vino, 57, L
York, collapsed and die4
the French liner Liberte
mouth harbor today as h
preparing to go ashore AN
wife, Evelyn, for a vacatit
The body was taken to tl
morgue pending, an inquest
the cause of death,
take them to new bomes in
tralia,
t The '',, ship's. owners, the .'
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HAVANA, Cuba,' April 2 (I)PYForty-fiie AmeHcan
U.S. Navy to' send warships there as a protective me
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, "business as usual" outlook pre prevailed
vailed prevailed with only minor skirm skirmishes
ishes skirmishes reported between govern government
ment government and rebel troops.
- r. (The, Nati nal BrOadeaSting
Oh reported in New York that
Lrebels were killed in fight fightInt
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',yesterday. NBC correspondent
' -Ed Ecott also said the rebels
"attacked an AMeriCall-OWIled
mining company at Mora Bay
, -Anti that some soldiers were
Willed. 4
1.meanwhile in Washington the
State Department Wormed Rep.
Charles O. Porter (D-Ore.) that
IV has halted a shipment of
rifles to Cuba "to allow us the
opportunity Of consulting further
with the appropriate' Cuban of oftrials."
trials." oftrials."
, Porter has repeatedly called
fat- a halt in the shipment of
U.S. arms to Cuba while the re revolution
volution revolution there is in progress.
.4 He read to the House the colt coltMunication
Munication coltMunication from the depart depart.
. depart. ment, which he hailed as a slgn
of a "new and better Latin A American
merican American foreign polia."
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arms t to other countries undet
tbe mutual security program,"
the department said, "it' has
' been our consisten practice to
weigh carefully those consigned
lo areas where political tensions
have developed."
"We wish to be assured,, for
,example; that the arms are
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destined, for uses consistent
with the obJectives of our mu mutual
tual mutual security legislation," it
added.'
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purcha,sed by the Cuban
roveromeni. was temporarily
suspended to allow' us the op opportunity
portunity opportunity of consulting further
with the appropriate Cuban of officials
ficials officials
, Thirteen rebels were killed
and an unknown nu mber
wounded Monday in three sepa separate
rate separate clashes with army toatrOIS
in rebel --- infested Oriente
PrOVITICe, an army communique
said Monday night.
, There was no mention of any
army casualties. :
- The-communique followed an
earlier police announcement
of tbe seizure in a pre-dawn
raid of a huge shipment of
rebel arms and ammunition
,which apparently was smug smug-
- smug- g;e4 into this island from the
united. States.
Fifteen rebels transporting the
weapons, described as "the larg largest
est largest shipment of contrsband
Prins" to enter Cuba since Presi President
dent President Hatista seized power in
1952, escaped., ,,
Announcement of the tirmy
clashes and the police raid came
as Congress prepared to convene
in special session Monday night
to bolster Batistatti motion p pgainst
gainst pgainst the rebels' "total war."
The armv said six rebels were
killed and "several" wounded
when, a patrol eurprised them
burning a ,bus at ,the town Of
anpuizal near the southwest southwestern
ern southwestern Oriente port city ,of Manza Manzanillo.
nillo. Manzanillo. , '1
Other armSt patrols surprised
"various foragers in "criminal
acts" at Mabay and in the Bu Buquecito
quecito Buquecito zone of Oriente,, the
communique said.' ',Two rebels
were killed -and "some ()there
wounded. '
The ,third clash took place,
according to the communique,
when "a grout) of bandits" south
of Manzanillo were caught by
surprise by a patrol. Five rebels
were killed in this encounter.
Thow, who escaped left arms
and ammunition behind, the
,armv said.
, The government dominated
Senate and House of Represen Representatives
tatives Representatives plari to bestow "extraorA,
dinary powers" on the President
in view of the twin rebel threats
of a general strike and an all allOUt
OUt allOUt ,
There were reports that the
Congress would also take ac-,
tion on bill which emnow-'
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asure, reports from Santiago 'de Cuba said today.
government-owned Nicaro nickel plant on the north coast
aval base in event civil war makestheir flight necilssary.
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all liaves and took what authorities described as "emer "emerf
f "emerf an all-out -Wir against the go' vernMent by Fidel'Cas Fidel'Casd
d Fidel'Casd into the naval base from the nearby cities of Boqueron,
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' to activi military service sit
members of .tlie armed forces
ali electric power, telephone,'1
transport industry and public
utilities employeS and newspa-.
' The object of stich ,,rriove is
to prevent these wor ers from
taking part in a general strike,
informed sources' said. :
'rho Cuban revolutionaries
who escaped were all known
members of the exiled "An "Anthentic
thentic "Anthentic Organization" which al although
though although not formally affiliated
with Fidel Castro'6 "26th of
July rebel movement is now
working in coordination with it,
noliee said,
The seized: arms'included 23
sub' machincruns, three field
marbine guns, two 5-caiebro
anti-tank, guns, 'a : 3-calibre
Remington rifle with a tele teleaeon
aeon teleaeon siett, and la CReeS of
ammunition for .30. .38,'.45,,
and .50-calibre weapons. One
of the field machine guns was
a .50 talibre weanon, All of
'heti came equipped with
tripods.
A ease of arrnbandi with the.
letters "D117 meaning !,'Itevolu-1

Captured Cithan Rebels Still Starve;
Castro Fo owers Numbers Swelling

BROWNSVILLE, Tex., April 2 off shotgun, 'bait they, were
ruP). Thirty-five captured part of an army of 1500 to 2000
:',uban rebels carried their hun- men beng trained here. tq, join
ger strike into its second,week the Castro forces.' The; gave
xlclay,. joined in starvation pro- their Lames as Forest tit.
;est by rebel groups in NeW' comb,,J Patrick Patterson and
oric, Chicago and Miami. Harry Voelker.
, Fourteen of.' the '35 men
The, men havto vowed to held inx Brownsville since
starve "to the death if ,ne- their ship was rammed by a
cessary" to protest their int coast guard cutter last
prised ment. following. the Thursday have been trans transscuttling
scuttling transscuttling of their heaVily- 'ter.red from jail cells to Met.
armrd expedition to support cy Hospital beds and are be bethe
the bethe forces of Cuban revolu- ing led intravenously, ALS:
tionary Fidel Cutro against Marshal 'James W. McCarty
the governmnet of President said. ,
Fulgencio Batista. He, said they figured they
, were still on a hunger strike,
In Florida yeiterday, 22 Caa- hOwever, as 'long as' no food'
ro supporters were arrested at passed their lips , 1

MI Thirty-:five captured
Cuban rebels carried their hun hunger
ger hunger strike into its second week
today,. joined in starvation pro protest
test protest by rebel groups in New'
York, Chicago and Miami.
The, men hays vowed to
starve "to the death if ne necessary"
cessary" necessary" to protest their lin
prisod ment following. the
scuttling of their heaVily heaVilyarnrd
arnrd heaVilyarnrd expedition to support
the forces of Cuban revolu revolutionary
tionary revolutionary Fidel Cutro against
the governmnet of President
Fulgencio Batista.
, In Florida yeiterday, 22 Cas Castro
tro Castro supporters were arrested at
a Miami railroad station where
they were demonstrating,, a against
gainst against a delegation of Satira
emissaries en route to Wash Washington
ington Washington to seek arms to fight
the rebels.
Two Cuban' nationals were
arrested at Kty, West as they'
tried to smuggle arms to Cas Castro's
tro's Castro's forces in an outboard mo motorboat;
torboat; motorboat; -
At Winchester, Va., three
men arrested In an allegedly
stolon car with a cargo of
knives bayonets and a sawed
Robeson's Pro-Red
Feelings Bor Use
Of Memorial Hall
PITTSBURGH, April 2 (UP)
Gilbert Cloonan,, superintendent of
Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hall
said today that baritone Paul Rob Robenson's
enson's Robenson's concert schedided for April
21 was cancelled because it would
not be consistent "with the mem memorial
orial memorial character of the building."
The official' said the promoter
of 'the concert had made "nol
mention" of Robeson's appearance,
when he engaged the halL
The 60-year-old sniper is making
his first appearance in the United
States in lour years.
Lee Matthews, who booked Rob Robeson,
eson, Robeson, said, he disagrees with Rob-,
eson's politics but believes "the
singer was being accepted again.",
He, said he would try to engage
another hall. 7
A j949 concert aPpearance here
was protested because of Robe Robeson's
son's Robeson's pro-Communist sentiment.-
British Elopers ;
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Being Remarned
In New York Today.
NEW YORK, April 2 (UP)
Britain's marathon elopers, Tessa
Kennedy; 19, and Dominic Elwes,
26, planned to be married here to today
day today for the second time-,
The touple ran away from Eng England
land England five months ago after her
family obtained court orders for forbidding
bidding forbidding their marriage. They
were married Jan. t27 at 'Havana,
Cuba. Theatrical producer David
iselham;witit whom they aro stay-,
ing here, said they were being
re-marriedat the suggestion of an
attorney who said the Cuban cere.
mony might be "voidable's., under
British law.

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tionary Directorate" was in the
shipment along with a quantity
of' olive drab belts and fatigue
caps.
Police said the contraband
WaS landed from a unidentified
botO ,on the north coast of Hav Havana
ana Havana ProgInce. , ,-
lt-Nwu taken to a private
house near the beach in suburb suburban
an suburban Santa Ire ,between Havana
and the town of Maria,
The rebels, apparently warn warned
ed warned of the police said, abandon abandoned
ed abandoned ,the house only seconds be beJo;
Jo; beJo; police arrived.
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The next two week If Cas Castro
tro Castro goes ahead with his re repeated
peated repeated pledges to launch a
ototal war', will be critical for
Cuba.'
The rebel leader predicted In
an interview 'Sunday that Ba Batista
tista Batista wilt fall by April 15. 4
He called the President "a
criminal and a gangster"- ,,, and
said there' is no longer any
chance for a negotiated peace.,
Havana wax outwardly, calm
today with no indications when
a general strike may be attempt attempted
ed attempted here.
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50,000 Frenchmen :
Ask Mercy For,61 :
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Deserter 'For 'Love'
PARIS (UP)-,-The U.S.' Em Embassy
bassy Embassy assured the .French people
today that the case of an
American soldier who deserted in
wartime for the love of a French
woman would be jtidged "with all
understanding compatible with the
application of Iaw."
An Embassy statement; answer answering
ing answering a flood of clemency appeals
front French citizens, said U.S.
authorities "will take account of
all particular circumstances" 'in
the case of Wayne Powers, of
Chillicothe, Mo.
,The Embassy had received
some 50,000 letters pleading' for
clemency for the 37-year-old Pow Powers
ers Powers who went AWOL from the
U.S. 1st Army in' 1944 arter' he
fell In love with Yvette Bleuse.
,,Powers was arrested by French
polict.March 22 in Miss Bleuse's
home in the northern French vil villege
lege villege of Mont D'Origny, where he
had hidden for nearly 14 years
during which the common-laW
couple had five children.
Powers is held ik the Arm
stockade at Verdun where he
probably will be court ; martialed
for desertion. The maximum pen penalty
alty penalty for wartime desertion is
death, but in previous such cnes
it has been common pratice to
hand down penalties ranging up
to five years in prison,
, The ,American Embassy state statement,
ment, statement, released to the French
press, took note of the tens of
thousands ,of letters which it' bad
received,- addressed to President
Eisenhovier, :
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Paraguay Plifs'Dovin
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four Killed
Paiagtiki,
(1.11))4 ----, Government troops
riUt OWn an. attempted coup
yesterday in a clash -in' which
four men died. a spoktsman for
Paraguay's government said to today.
day. today. ..
- The spokesmen said 40' men
armed with machineguns at attacked
tacked attacked the town 'of Coronel Bo Bogado
gado Bogado near ithe Argenthie bor.
der, ''but .was repulsed by an
army girrison., Two soldiers
and 'two rebels were killed and
at least one person, the town's
mayor, wounded, the spokesman
Paraguay's interior Ministry
announced ,it received a report
before the attack warting that
Col. Rafael leader of
the 'opposition Febrerista Party,
and Col. Carlos Civils were Pie Pieparing
paring Pieparing to stage a revolt.
The Ministry ,, said '.the' two
Army men were recruiting rebel
groups in Argentina, principally
in Posadas and Forthosa.,
t. A government cornmuniqUe
sted "many of the 'rebels in
yesterday's clash tarl crossed
the IA rder from Argentina.- The
fleeing reb,--is left maehineguns
marked with thq, Argentine em emblem,
blem, emblem, it, added..
'rho ahhourcemoot said Army
ty,'(ph capturect.one nbel, iden identified
tified identified as 1.t.,.)::0 Prieto cf the,
F.L'erista 1
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ister Minister Henry Brooke told the House'
of Commons today ..that the
IBritish i, government ,plantied 4 to
move an estimated 12:million ci civillan
villan civillan froM London and other
danger, areas, if '11 nevir war
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WASHINGTON, April Z (UP);---President Eisenhower today denounced Moscow's unilateral fe
.halt In nuclear tests as a gimmick which should not be taken seriously,- )
The President said at his news conference t hat the Edited States itself had decided against
a unilateral test ban at this time because action ,of that kind is merely a proPaganda device.
.In the context of world problems nuclear te sting is gist a side issue, the President said and
the Soviet action is just a gimmick that should not be taken seriOusly; '- '
Speaking with emotion, the President rejec ted arguments that the United States Is being
only negative in world affairs., ajust because yo u are firm your are not being negative," he said. 4'

He then took a typewritten mit meeting with the Soviet'
sheet pf paper from his pocket Union. He-expressed hope that
and said 'it listed a Aeries of such a meeting could be
serious and unilatetil 'porposals brought about through a more
m-.cle toward, peace by the Unit- conciliatory Soviet attitude.
ed States in the lbst 12 years. The President salcU the Unit Unit'
' Unit' The list inbluded the .13aruch ed States must neVer give up
plan 01 1946 on atomic coopera hope of reaching agreements
tion,and proposals for realis- with the Soviet Union even if
tic disarmament inspect' pro- they have only small beginnings
cedjire. for open-skies' air, and 'The President said the Admin Admingro
gro Admingro und inspection, for peaceful istration had discussed the pos posuse
use posuse of outer Apace, for shifting sibHity of unilaterally halting

sheet of paper from his pocket
and said 'it listed a ,series of
serious and unilatetil 'porposals
m--.cle toward, peace by the Unit United
ed United States in the hist 12 years.
, The. list ineluded the ,Baruch
plan of 1946 on atomic coopera-,,
tion,and proposals for, it realis realistic
tic realistic disarmament inspect' pro proced,dre,
ced,dre, proced,dre, for open-skies' air, and
gro und inspection, for peaceful
use of outer Apace, for shifting
nuclear weapons stocks tel, peace.
ful uses, for Jreedom of 'travel,
and for limitation of the veto
power in the United Nations.
- Despite the Soviet propagan propaganda
da propaganda move on testing, Eisenhow Eisenhower
er Eisenhower said he has not abandoned,
hope for a constiuctive Sum-
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iPian To Compensate
Viar's Slave Labor
Farb'On Siarts
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,, FRANKFURT,' Gerinany .(UP)
:-An agreement to compensate
former slave laborers in the
Auschwitz concentration camp
with a 7-mnlion-dollar fund 'set up
by ,, the I. G., Farben Chemical
Trust went into effect -oday.,4
4 Experts will examine 10,000' ap applications
plications applications for claims '' anC, the
amount assigned ,to each Person
, would be decided .when, the final
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number 'of ,A.legilmate claimants
was determined. The b was 'ex 'expected
pected 'expected to take six in tbs.' ,'
-A one-time Anna e, Norbert
Wollheim, of New York, started
, the, claims procedure five year
1 sgo when he sued I, Farben for
damages and pay during his Cott,
finement: in the notorious camti.
Wilibeim, nOW a tax accountant,
won $2,386.,.--4, ,, .., ,-, .,,,,,' ., ,,,' ,:
His case 'led to iln agreement
between liquidators of the Fatten
empire and, officials of the Con Conference
ference Conference -4 on JewiSh Material
Claims in Germany.
Farben, now split into three ac,4
tive companies, and one .successor
,in the' liquidation process, ', set
aside $7,160,000 -for slave 'labor
claims: All but $71,6,000- wls ear earmarked.
marked. earmarked. for Jewish Thmates since
they comprised as much as' 95
per cent of the Auschwitz work
force. ,. 1 ' -:",
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,in the' liquidation process, '' set ',. countries, with ,interests there,','The United States and Russia,
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